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YM9AY, APRIL 80, 19S0
THE EVENING HERALD,
The Evening Herald
E. J. MURRAY
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Published dally, except Sunday, by
Tfce Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 30,-1020
MAY HEAD STUDENT
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Donald Newbury ot Klamath Falls,
son of Mrs. Wilbur-Jones, is a, can
didate for, president ot the student
' aody'.o'f the University of Oregen:
fie returned to- the campus last fall
after an absence of '26 months during
walch lime' be was In the field ar
tillery service" .Mr. Ne"wbury "held
the rank of,-tlrst. lieutenant. .
He is a law major and a member of
Delta Theta Phi, a national law'fra
teralty. He isalsoua member ot the
Trim and To-KoLo and likewise a
aaember ot. the student council.
Af th, present tWe he 'la handling
the "students' campaign for the pass-
ace of the miliars hill which will In
sure higher, edycation' for the state of j
Oregon. Mr.. Newbury In student
chairman tor the state. '
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iiO.E pyuria news
Solf Qeertson, who5 ha lieen very
aiek with, swollen ; glands lnr his-tclc,
la Vow able to be around again. '
?mhk. Slgford.has had-ja yery
severe attack ot rheumatism.-
BoesIij Talltnhn was out of school
lajrt.Friday op, 'account of sickness.
IGrand'pa -Xallman of'SIsson'is vis
iting at the Tallman ranch.
Tjbe warm' Weather of' the last few
lays is very pleasing' to'the farmers.
Mrs. J. R. Elliott and Mrs. Entnan
visited Klamath Falls Monday.
'Mr. Hosley's mother from Ashland
is' making him a visit.
Stnkel bridge .which has been
closed for repairs is open to traffic
A Classified Ad will sell it.
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It will pay
to make a
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" TOKlO, Apr. 11, (By Moff).A
Archbishop Petro Fumasonl, who' has
Just arrived in Tokio, has conveyed
the pope's blessing .upon all Calho
lies here and expressed his high con
slderatlon for the Japanese nation.
He Mr the third envoy sent .to 4bl
country from the Vatican.
The first iwas Cardinal O'Csnnell,
of Boston, and the second Archbishop
retreur wno presented to the- em-
peror.tbejpope.'s congratulations upon
his accession to the throne.,',' ''
Archbishop' Fumasonl will ..stay
about three years In Japan and may
remain permanently as apostolic
delegate if the Japanese government
extends to him the recognition ex
tended by 'crri r government a, the'
Vatican being willing, it is said, to
reciprocate by inviting a permanent
Japanese representative to the holy
see. A few months ago Captain Ya
mamoto was sent to the pope on an
official mission from the Japanese
The archbishop comes from India
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"Wasn't it luek-
that I happened to see it advertised. It was something
I had been wanting for a long time and only by the
TMMAn al n 1 Ww aJ- J -.1. Si. 1 . 11ltt
nicicsb wimjii;c..A,j;iuuueu vvnere it was
happened to see it advertised.
considered herself, lucky.
But think how, often", she must have been unlucky -how
many good tilings she must'have missed by not
being a regular reader-of, advertisements. '." ''"
you to read 'the advertisements in tins'
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practice of xeadirig them.
BECAUSE:.' . .
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They cany the news of reliabe,stores,in
They tell you where and how'yu can
advantage. tu " )
Thev tell voiidf new anrl hotter tfTiinrrs.
They save yo'ur,jtime and,inoney and.hiake youiv -ipping
easier. ,'; .j ' ''' 'J'fc '.
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the advertisements REGULARLY '
vherc',he held the post ol apostolic
1 delegate" for the'past few years. Re
ferring to the Catholic lphaltants of
the Carolines and' the Mariannes Is
lands wco-haVe'been without clergy
'since the German missionaries were
repatriated, Archbishop Fumasonl
sa(d that these Islands are now under
the jurlsu;lctlon'orthe''ardhb1ihop of
figures it's ahead
" CASTLE ROCK, Colo.,' Apr. 30.
If It is true that the high Cost ot
government is the most important
contribution to the high cost of liv
ing, then Castle Rockshould be the
cheapest place In which to live.
Municipal elections -were to be.heljl
this spring. Mayor Hugh Sbellabar
ger and 'all the other; .town officers
were candidates forre-electIon. Ap
parently everyone thought the town
got along al Iright last year undur
Sbellabarger and by unanimous con
sent'the administration has been al
lowed to bold over another year
without the expense of an election.
Thp enjoyment ot beautiful flowers
Is common to all the Inhabitants ot
Japan. Even the bumble laborer is
a customer at the gardens where
flowers are kept for sale.
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buy to best,
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If yoy are 'wearing them you need no further argument, you
'know; if not, you owe it to yourself to see our large display of
Spring Models on display at our store.
Central Outfitting Co.
? THE STORE OF SERVICE"
NINTH AND MAIN ST.
nAbCIjlHt N. C. Apr. 30. Ac
tion ofitho Democratic state conven
tion recently In adopting n platform
plank for the ratification ot the wo-
man suffrage amendment will be fol-
lowed by a special session of the leg-
jslature about July 1.
Louisiana is the only state to have
asession before Xorth Carolina but
suffrag-o leaders say no matter what
action Is taken -In Louisiana" It will
hove no effect on. the light for ratlfi-
cation In North Carolina.
'it Louisiana were to act favorably
Ht wduld make tho 36th state but on
account of some uncertainty over tho
ratification in the Ohio legislature
because of a referendum Involved,
snffrage advocates are anxious to
have 37 states ratify tho amendment.
Opinion is divided here as to what
action the North Carolina legislature
will take. In view of tho fact that
both political organizations in the
state have adopted platforms lnclud-
ing planks favoring suffrage, -many
party leaders bellevo the amendment
will be ratified. Besides Governor
TO DOTE UPON
nickett, many Democratic party of Internal revenue,
leaders In tho stato have come out Tho number ot clgujs during 1919
for amendment, Including 'Secrotnry fell off approximately 8,000,000.
Daniels, Senator Simmons and Con-j There wore manufactured In the
sressman Hooy. Tho legislature Is islands during 1919, 499,000,000
Opponents of suffrage hollovo tho clgais as compared with 480,000,000
amendment will either bo dofeated in 1918. The production of cigur
In tho loBlslnturo or by the voters of ettes reached u total of D,049,000,000
the stato. They think tho legislature mst yuar, ua against 4",720, 000,000
will follow Senator Overman's idea tno provioua year,
and propose a stato constitutional', 0f tho 309.000.000 cliHirs oxnortod
amendment' giving women tho voto,rrom tll0 Philippines last year, 201,-
thus putting tho suffrage quostlon
up to tho voters, who, thoy bollovo.
will reject it.
THINK UK'S CHAZV
HONOLULU, T. H., 'Apr. 10, (Ily
Mall). Aftor spending 10 years In
prison beforo ho was sentenced for
having cut a man to pieces and
stowed his remains In a kettlo, and
another 10 years on tho murdor
charge after seAcnce,', J, K. Kuhoo
lawe, a cowboy, was, released re
cently only to be reconflned as men
Alienists now state that tho cow
boy must havo boea Insane from the
Clothes nuiy be ever so stylish and
beautiful, yet if the cost is higher than
you care to pay, they are prohibitive.
You will find in our clothes the Max
imum Service at the Minimum Cost and
this feature alone has popularized
them. Almost any man can buy our
clothes because they are the lowest
pi-iced High Grade Clothes made.
LATEST IN S. F.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 30.
PosHlbiltty of producing all thu symp
toms of alcoholic intoxlcatlon'on elec
tric "Juice" attracted a good dual of
Interest here recently when Dr. Al
bert Abrains ot fcan Francisco dem
onstrated to medical men the uho of
an uloctrical device he has Invented.
The "electronic Jag" discovery was
puroly incidental, Dr. Abraias said.
"The discovery," lie said, "Is baxad
on the theory that the unit of energy
is the electron and that every ma-
terlB, tnlng , smply a manifestation
0; (,irfen)nt ra-tes" ot vibration. I
havo uged tno vibrations of chloro-
form t0 pr01,UC0 tho effecU of chIor.
T)je) ,oet of ,h(J gubect nre place(,
ona Q snC un electrodo ls
id.upon tho head, and, when the
l--m. i',;n,.,i .. ,u.a-
v'"f ,w '-. wu, wivt iivnoiv
with you again. Tho 'kick' comes
slowly and without uny appreciation
of tho fact on the part of the subject
until he finds himself unduly loqua
cious, happy or sleepy."
, MANILA, P. A., March 30, (l)y
Mail). Cigaretto smoking In tho
Philippine islands Is dn tho Increase,
wbilo tho consumption of cigars
showed a decline last year, according
to the annual report of 'the c Hector
000,000 wont to the United Stutes, a
decrease of approximately 3,000, OOd
from tho rotord of 1918,
and you'll never want whon
you got old. Tho habit of
saving ls easy to uogln nnd
good to continue Dollars
put by today mean comfort
and Independence In days to
come. Hut suvo in thu right
way. Malfo your "savings
oarn their keoos by ilunosli:-
ing them here whpiro thby..iV
will eurn 4 per cent unnually'
FIRST STATR & SAVINGS
Klamath Falls, Ore.
, Arfr. 30.'
California Wild Flower Conservation
League has started a movement to
bring back to the hills ot this state
tho scarlet flame of tbo'Toyon borry
On the udvlco of Luther Hurbank,
tho naturalist, thousands of thq To
yon are to bo planted in cans from
vihlch they will bo transplanted by
school children nnd others as sotn as
they are well started.
X WEATHER RECORD
Hereafter tho Herald will publish
iha mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation rocord as tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation aarrle
Station. Publication will cover tho
day previous to the paper's issue, up
to & o'clock of that day,
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