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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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itho form air an Asiatic bcotlo plant.
, Tho plant Is carnivorous. Tho loaves
laro massive ami aro covorod with a
sweetly niucIlaRinous sulistanco which
appeals to Insects, and which tho
plant uses to ensnare Its prey.
Tho vitality of tho victim upon
being captured is assimilated Into
tho plant through a system of rudi
mentary absorptidn pores.
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Miss Hannon Is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hannon of this
city, a former teacher of Klamath
county. Sho Is now omployed by tho
Standard Oil company at South Bend.
Tho "bottlo post" is an old instl-
tutlon on tho south coast of Iceland.
Letters aro put Into corked hot-1
ties, which are wafted by tho wind
to tho opposito coast. They also
contain a cigar or other trifle to In
duco tho finder to dollvor tho letter.
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nilUGGIST SAYS LADIKS AKE
I'SIXO IlKCIl'K OF SAGI3 TKA
ATTENTION: FARMERS, CON
TRACTORS AND TRUCK USERS.
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the United Motor Trucks In 1, 2,
3 and 5 ton sizes and C ton tract
ors. Dig discount, save the agent's
commission. For prices and dis
counts, write Thomas Randies, care
United Motors Service Company, 26
North 15th St., Portland. Oregon, tf
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CHAS. J. CIZEK
, MERCHANT TAILOR
518 Main Street
BRUSSELS, Apr. 1, (By Mall).
Belgium has made rapid progress to
ward Industrial recovery since the
armistice largely owing to tho fact
that the country has had no serious
strikes, says M. Jaspar, minister of
economic affairs. He estimates that
the nation's industrial output has
now attained perhaps 70 per cent of
it3 pre-war record and that its mines
are producing as much coal as In the
year before the war.
"About 70 per cent of our material
which was taken out by the Germans
has been returned to us," added M.
Jaspar. "Tho money taken by the
Germans from the Belgium treasury
has been returned but Belgium has
thus far received no Indemnity from
Germany. At the beginning of the
armistice 800,000 of our people were
without work. Our recovery has
been made in splto of the fact that
more than one-half of the Belgians
who had to flee before the Germans
are still In France unable to return
because they havo no homes here."
Belgian villages destroyed in the
war are being rebuilt, said M. Jaspar.
In the district of Ypres 18 villages
havo been restored to such an extent
that local administration has beon
resumed. "If the United States
would do for Belgium what she has
just done for Poland, establish a
credit for her, most of our problems
would be solved," declared the min
ister of economics.
Cremation establishments, under
tho control of tho government, are
to be found In nil tho chief cities of
Hair that loses its color and lustre,
3T when It fades, turns gray, dull and
lifeless, Is caused by a lack of sul
phur In the hair. Our grandmothers
made up a mixture of Sago Tea and
Sulphur to keep her locks dark and
beautiful, and thousands of women
and men who value that oven color,
tl'at beautiful dark shade of hair
which Is so attractive, use. only this
Kovrndays we get this famous mix
ture, Improved.by the addition of oth
er IngrodlpnU by asking at any drug
jtor for a 50-cent bottlo of "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound," which
darkens tho hair so .naturally, so
evenly, that nobody can possibly tell
It ha3 been applied. You Just damp
en a sponge or soft brush with It ana
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time. By morn
ing the gray hair disappears; but
what delights the ladles with Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound Is that,
besides beautifully darkening the
hair after a few applications It also
brings back the gloss and lustre and
gives it an appearance of abundance.
THE BENT HOGS
CHICAGO. April 22 This city
Is attumptlng to prevent rent profi
teering by regulating Increases In
rates and by organizing a $100,000,
000 corporation to build homes nud
sell them on easy payments. Mean
while Chicago's tint dwellers havo
been forming unions to wage war on
alleged protltuorlng landlords and
committees In tho city council havo
been Investigating Increases In runts
ranging up to 100 and even 200 per
Several hundred families havo
solved their Individual housing prob
lems by mnkltlg their homes in
hotise-bonts moored In tho branches
of tho Chicago river, tho Calumet
and lnkcs In south Chicago. Onco In
possession of a house-boat, tho own
er has only to pay $1 a mouth for
tho prlvllego of mooring his craft.
If ho docs not like his location ho
can move his homo boat olsowhoro.
Many of these boats cost $1000 each
and havo flvo rooms, parlor, dining
room, kltchtn and two bedrooms.
In somo cases, groups of tonnnts
havo solved tho rent prohlom by
forming co-oporatlvo companlos and
buying tho apartment houses In
which they Uvo.
Tho housing corporation, which
has been financed by banks and bus
iness men, has under consideration n
plan to build a row of model homes
In Grant Park, on tho lako front.
Examples of may typos of standard
ized homes would ho erected, fur
nished and surrounded by settings of
trees and shrubbery so that a pros
pective purchaser of a now homo
could look over tho stylos ' boforo
placing his order.
Attempts havo been madp to chock
rent profiteering by co-operation of
tho city council and tho Cook County
Real Estato Board which Investigat
ed complaints and, when Increasos
were found to ho oxceaslve, advised
the landlord to withdraw his de
mands. In genoral tho Investigators
have allowed an Incroaso of about
30 percent over last year's rentals.
A proposal was mado to oroct
scores of portable houses but tho
carpenters' Union declared Its oppos
ition to that plan oven If tho houses
en mo from union factories.
Tho recent tornadoes which des
troyed 100 houses and damaged 400
more In Chicago and its suburbs
havo augmented a housing shortage
which had alroady become acuta
through suspension of building op
trations In the war and long-drawn
BUY YOUR SUPPLIES FROM
Bly Mercantile Co.
The Largest Distributors of Ranch and
- Camp Supplies in Eastern Klamath
It's a Darn Good Car for the
Shape It's in Is Yours ?
Ono old car, with piston ring
Two roar wheels, ono front spring.
Has no funders, neat or tank,
Burns lots of gas, hard to crank.
Carburetor bunted, half way through
Knglno missing, hits on two,
Throo years old, four in the spring.
Has shock absorbers, and everything,
Radiator busted, sure does leak,
Differential's dry, you can hear It squeak,
Ton b pokes mlnslng, front all bent,
Tiros blew out, ain't worth n rent.
Got lots of speed, will run like tho duco,
Burns either gns or tobacco Julre,
Tiros all off, been run on tho rim,
But sho Is a darn good car
For tho shape It's In
BUT WHAT IT TAKES TO FIX EM, WE HAVE
PHONE 22M .
23 MAIN ST.
for -us to handle. Our big
trucks will tnko nu amazing
lond. And you'll find wo
handlo every caso or pack
ago as carefully as If It wero
our own. Why not havo its
call In relation to a contract
for all your transfer work.
We'll mako tho figures
Western Transfer Co.
Phono 1H7; How. HOOK
Thoro aro In thovorld about 3,
000,000 lopors, two-thirds' of them
A papor chimney, GO feet high, anil
fireproof, Is a curiosity to bo seen In
lei feasaM SSa$
1HERE mav be other things on which your
peace of mind depends, but it's a safe bet that
one of the most important is your choice of
shoes. You actually five in the shoes you wear.
When shoes are built right you live in them
in comfort. " Extra service every step, com
fort every minute" in Buckhecht Shoes.
Buckhecht Shoes for you for active men in all walks
of life are sold in a variety of styles and leathers from
$8 to 12 by principal shoe dealers in the West
BRADLEY-EVANS SHOE C0.
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