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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THDHHDAY, JUNK 10, II
We Have Your Favorite
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I'rlces do ii nt Incliiili) riivcniirt tax
Square Deal Drug Store
SAFETY SERVICE SATISFACTION
"We began our work," be ssld, "by
advertising that we would attempt
to locato these men' famlllot and
help I hem let to Amerlra. Our
noren agenele all over the country
ware Immediately flooded with plea
I from 60,000 men who, became of the
war, bad not been able to brine their
NEW YOltK, June 10 A transport families over or even communicate
bringing 100 wlvea and children of i ' them. In lunm can-, the moil
Polish Immigrants In thli country ls"l "" ll- " hlr loved on.
on the way from Dantilg to an Amer- were,
lean port, according to Information i "0u" l,l ' M,n what
received here by the Hebrew Hholter.lffnlun we could net of the taut
tag and Immigrant society Thl l known residences of the) wive und
the flral group of a total of 60,000 children and put our commissioner
famlllea to be brouidit to America to!'" I'olund on the trait to locate lliviu.
be reunited with husbands and fath- When thin In done wo advise the
rra from whom thny have bonopar-"l,l"ll)r " ' America how much
ted by wnr for more than six years """my U "l ! to bring hi people
The Hebrew aoclcly ha under- "r an,I ''P "I"1 through the for
taken to find the ve and children iHlle of proving their right of ad
if Polish Immlgruul who have been ,'"""" When the families actually,
prewnted by the war from lending ""I0 wc '" r tor thorn until
any aid to their families, many ofbpr " established In their new
whom have been driven out of their ( borne which are cnttored over the
home In the war ioiio and have bo-, United State but generally In cltle.
rnmg Insl In their kind In Ihls.nol In farm"
Thl I not a project cf new Iraml- MAV MAKK NATIONAL
ration," said John I. Ilornxteln, the' IMItK OK UltKAT CAVKIIX
Morlety' prealdunt. "Much barm ha I
been done by the statemunt that we
were Inducing Jewish people of Po
land to come over. That I not the
fact. We hav absolutely no concern
with nny Intended Immlgranta ex
cept the wive and children of mon
already In thl rruntry, more than (0
per cent of mIioiii nre now American
Mr. lleniteln snlil that the vork
to the wonder of the world, may
oon be purchased and transformed
Into an citonslvo National I'ark.
Hrorl from Washington are to
the effect that the Rule Commltteo
of the IIouho of llcproseiitallves con
template calling up for passago
Rhortly a mcaiure which would np
which the society wa carrying on proprlato 11,000,000 for the pur
wai done with tho hearty coment andlchaiu of the great cavern and 32,000
co-operation of tho bureau of Immi
gration nnd the statu department.
Strictly dear Sugar and White
Pine, witk Genuine Rust-Proof
MADE BY THE
Weed Lumber Co.
These Screen Doors are made in Panel Bot
tom for rear doors, and both Open Bottom
and Bungalow style for front doors.
We purchase the "Weed" Screen Doors in
carload lots and can give an attractive price
At present we have over a carload in stock,
ana will not increase our price while these
last, although there has been a 70 cent ad
vance since we bought them. Another
advance is expected soon.
WAHIIINOTON, June 10. Indka
lion nro that ht the Now York
city ceiiNii I announced It will nhow
a total population larger than tho lat
available figure for London, The
race for largest city In the world,
however, wll be undecided until Lon
don' official census of 1921 I an
nounced. While no official Intimation ha
been gvleu a to the growth of New
Vork during tho laat 10 year. will
bo shown by the enumeration made
In January, estimate of the city
proper place the total population at
about 6,100,000 and for the metro
politan district of New York, con
sisting of the city propor and the
territory 10 mile from It bound
aries, at nbout 8,200,000, These es
timate are computed on the canin
bureau' method ct arithmetical pro
gression shown by experience to be
nearer In accuracy In the majority of
case than any other formula. Sta
tistic for the city proper will be the
first given out; the figure for the
metropolitan district will not be
available until soino time later.
London' population, according to
the latest available statistic which
are estimate for 1917, give the pop
ulation for Registration London, the
London for census purpose, a 4,'
026,001 nnd for Greater Iindon.
comprising the City and Metropolitan
police, district ami covering a radlu
of 1G mile from Charing C'roi, a
.Mniiy factor have entered Into the
grouth of both New York and Lon-
liloli since their lust official count
were taken. The war, officials here
believe, tins had it effect on the
growth of both cities. New York I
believed to have suffered from tho
itnppage of the stream of Immigra
tion, a large portion of which in pre
vious decades has settled there. War
Industrie are thought to have added
to New York' population and alio to
n ereater extent to that of London
I.OUIHVII.LK. Ky.. June 7 ..Mam-1 ,.,,, i.ur war i.nts were erected
moth Cave. Kentucky' contribution ,.v ,,.- iiri,Hh government. London'
losses of her men at the front were
Konslderuble and these are expected
to affect her total population to some
New York' metropolitan district
us shown by return of 22 New Jcr
y cities and towns whose popula
tion already have been announced,
wll not show so heavy a growth a It
did in tho decade ending with 1910
Theso cltle and town, Including
Newark, I'atcrson and Jersey City,
show an Increase only four-flttb as
large a was shown 10 year ago.
Fair comparison of the population
of the world's two largest'1 cities is
difficult, census bureau officials de
clare, owing to the areas covered by
the various designation.
New York city proper, composed of
the borough of the Ilronx, Brooklyn,
Manhattan, Queens aid Richmond,
covers about 287 square miles. Its
population In 1910 was 4,761,883.
The metropolitan district of New
York, comprising territory within 10
mllos of the city boundaries Including
all Incorporated places bait of whose
area ties within tho Umlt or halt ot
whose population reside within the
limit, covers about 164 square miles.
The population of this metropolitan
district was 4,474,568 In 1910.
The city of London within munic
ipal and parliamentary limits has an
area of 665 acres, a little more than
a square mile, and la 1911 had a
night population of 19,667 and a day,
or worltlng, population ot morn than
1,000,006. The Administrative Coun
ty of London, Known as Inner-Lon-dou,
Is composed of the city and
county of London, and Is described as
tho London tor consus purposes. It
has an area of about 116 square
miles and had a population in 1911 ot
4,521,685. This populatlen showsd
a decrease of almost halt a million
pooplo In tho estimate mndo In 1917.
(Iroutor London, comprising tho
administration county ot London and
tho outor ring area covered by tho
city und metropolitan police districts,
oxtonds to a radius of 15 miles from
Charing Cross, It has an area of
about 693 sqaaro miles and its popu
lation In tho official census ot 1911
was 7,251,358, lis eoUmated popula
tion In 1917 was 6,726,763.
I If HI! HUM tHIMMMJ
virgin forest laud lying
Big Basin Lumber Company
, Comer Main and Spring Street
TELEPHONE 107 KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
A Boston grocer was lined $100
for "keeping and exposing Intoxi
cating liquor for salo to-wlt, Ja
maica dinger," He 'was also fined
f 85 because the Jamaica Ginger was
not up to' legal staadard.
I " Railroad men and farmers la Linn
Oouaty, Mo,, have aalted to start co
operative iteree to roatieo too toot ot
Comfort Cleanliness Reasonable Rates
The Central Hotel
IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH PRICES THE
AVERAGE CITIZEN WILL BE GLAD TO FIND A
PLACE TO LIVE THAT IS WITHIN HIS REACH
AND WHICH FURNISHES EVERYTHING THAT
HE COULD WISH FORA GOOD BED, A CLEAN
ROOM, PERFECT VENTILATION. THESE YOU
WILL FIND AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL. SEV
ENTY ROOMS IN THIS GREAT HOSTELRY ARE
NOW READY AND THIS NUMBER IS BEING
ADDED TO AS FAST AS THEY CAN BE FIN
ISHED AND FURNISHED.
SPECIAL RATES MADE TO PERMANENT
ROOMERS. NO BETTER SPRINGS, MATTRESS
OR BEDDING ARE MADE THAN THOSE FOUND
AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
J. J. KELLER, Manager.
BOXING COMES BACK
IN OLD KENTUCKY
IMIISVILLK. Ky June 10.
Twelve round no-declslon boxing
contests under supervision ot a state
commission became legal In Ken
tucky Jnne 15. For year an antl
prite fight law has been on the stat
ute books which has operated to bar
almost any kind ot a ring contest.
This measure la still In effect but a
new law passed by the last legisla
ture becoming operative' In June con
tains an exemption clause.
This provision affords protection
for clubs and boxers operating under
a license system In about the same
manner that tho State Racing Com
mission protects race tracks to which
It Issues licenses. O loves are limited
to sis ounces.
The commission which Is to be
composed ot three persons, will
work out the rales for the conduct ot
matches. It baa the power to license
or refuse a license to any club or
persons desiring to promote a con
test. It may not Issue licenses to a
non-resident of the state, "and a non
resident Is doflned as a person who
has not resided in Kentucky for
three consecutive years.
Licenses wilt cost $500 each. Five
per cent of the gross receipts ot each
match must be set aside for the
The office of boxing commission
carries no salary. Its annual ex
penses are limited to $6,000. This
Is to Include salary to a secretary
and traveling and other expenses ot
In Japan's largest bath house, at
Yokohama, one can get a bath for
He, a hair cut for lHc, and two
shares for 5c.
The rivalry ot two trade unions at
Mayaard, Mass., resulted la a walk
out ot 10 per cent ot the operatlrea
ot a targe woolea mill.
Three Days' Gearance Sale
OF SPRING AND SUMMER HATS
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
June 10, 11 and 12
In order to make room for our new stock of Mid
Summer Hats we will hold a three-day sale of the
latest styles of Spring and Summer Hats in Milan,
Hemp, Georgette, Maliae and Braid Hats. In this
immense stock will be found Hats suited to everyone
at prices within the reach of all. Don't miss this
opportunity of obtaining late model Hats at a reason
able price in the day of high cost of living.
i The Parisian Millinery
OF 8ALF. OF
School district No. 1 will recolTO
sealed bids for the entire issue or
any part of the Issue ot the bond
which will be Issued in denomination,
of 11000 and $500 bond. Bonds
bear 6 per cent Interest. payoMo
semi-annually, redeemable as fol fel fol
eows: 13000 In 11 years..
$3000 In It years. :
$3000 In 13 years.
$4000 In 14 years. v
$4000 In 16 years.
$4000 In 16 years. ..-
$4000 In 17 years.
$4000 In 18 years.
$4000 In 19 years.
$4500 In 20 years.
To be redeemed consecutively ac
cording to serial number, the bid to
be accompanied by certified cheek
for 5 per cent or the bid. Bioa win
bo opened Tuesday. June $1. lttt.
IDA 13. HOXTER,
8-i z 8chool Clerk.
The home of a workman hi As
sterdara, N. Y was bosabarded by
strikers, because he returned to
work, to provide for the needs ot a
starring family. Ho deied tao
strikers with a shot gua.
Drink Hot Water
in the Morning
Wash away all stomssh. liver,
and bowel poisons before
To fool your best day In and day
out, 'to feel clean Inside; no Boar bllo
to coat your tongue and sicken yoar
breath or dull your head; no consti
pation, bilious attacks, sick headache,
colds, rheumatism or gassy, acid
stomach, you must bathe on the In
side like you ba.the outside. This is
vastlyy more Important, because tho
skin pores do not absorb Impurities
Into the blood, while the bowel pores
do. . . .
To keep these poisons and toxsss
well flushed from the stomach, liver,
kidneys. and bowels, drink oeiora
breakfast each day, a -glass of hot
water with a teasnoontul ot lime
stone phosphate In It. This wist
cleanse, parity, and freshen tho en
tire alimentary tract before, eatlas
more fuod. , .. .-
. Oet a Quarter Bound of llmeoessto
Moepfcato trdm yoarphrasaott it
w?iNnw ais i mm
Prtak phosphate hot water
morulas 'to. rid your system of these
tuo aoaioM asm toaiaa; sioo to to.
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