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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1920)
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THfR.SIAV. JINK 10, imo
LYCEUM LEADER IS
CALLED BY DEATH
B. U. Oraucbamp, Instructor In
nallltary training at the county high
school was called to Million!, Iowa.
m' few days ago by a message an
trancing the Illness of his father.
Ixn J. Deanchamp. Ilefore he ar
rited' tbere,bowerer, his father was
dead and relative had started with
the body for the family home at
Hamilton, Iowa, according to word
-received by friends here.
"The elder McBcauchsmp was the
honorary, life president of the Inter-
"National Lyceum association and was
M atllford Ailing one of the engage-
eats when called by death.
He was one of the two oldest men
M tbe Chautauqua platform In
America. About two months sgo
the Rotary and Commercial clubs o'
Hamilton joined In a banquet, hon
oring Mr. Ueauchamp on tbe oc
casion of his having delivered bis
100,000th lecture, and presented
him with a valuable watch among
ether tokens of esteem.
Ford, Maxwells and
Not a Tire Sole, but a
Klamath Robber &
1126 Main St
Klamath Fall, Ore.
The average person has little Idea
vf the large number of kodak plc-j
tures that are taken exery day by
tbe army of camera owners. A visit
to the kodak department of Under
wood's pharmacy Is most Interesting,
The high elm work turned out there
has attracted a large; number of pat
Irons, not only locally, but from ev-
Jety section of ttmthcu Oregnu and
j In order to keep up with the con
stantly growing business n number
of Improvements hate been Installed,
f that will greatly facilitate the hand
I ling of the work. Tbe Eastman Ko
dak company was nsked to furnish
plans and suggest methods, and the
result Is a plant with the best de
vices their vnt experience could fur-'
AKMV STMY COURSE
Fishermen declare that a sea lion
will eat fifty pounds of fish In a day. nlsb.
j Two dark room have been equip
ped. In tbe first, or development
room, the films are run through n
SAN FRANCISCO. June 10. Uusl-I series of tanks filled with carefuln
ess, music and agriculture are the prepared solutions that bring out the
main subjects which will be taught details of the picture and develop to
in me army training scnooi, recently proper density Tnere are seven
established at Camp Grant near tanks, making It possible to develop
Kockford. 111., according to Jnforma- five hundred rolls of film dally,
tlon received from the Western Should the capacity be taxed,
Army Department headquarters by In the other dark room the print
the Army Recruiting News Service, Ing' Is done. Nothing but the best
660 Market street, San Francisco, jgrade of Vclox paper Is used, and by
Amonar the other sublerts-taurht nleini of in anlnmaili, .lafirl. n.i.
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at this school are electricity, bulld-lcrthe finest work Is always assured,
lac snd construction, textile, msnu-"After the print Is fixed It Is washed
facture, metal and Its allied lines, fin a device operated by water power
highway construction and topog-'that completely- removes all cheml-
raphy and machine shop supervision, fcals from the paper, thus Insuring
' 'that the prints will never fade or
The shallowest parts of the ocean ''turn yellow. From the afber the
are the Rattle and Adriatic seas, (pictures are transferred to a Msjcs
each of which has an average depth, tic drier, which Is heated by a gas
of 22 to 23 fathoms. flame and operated by an electric
The biggest edible ovsters 4s the motor. Six hundred prints can be
world are found In AuMrills They dried and glen the projer finish In I
measure' sometimes more than a font this machine fnr hour I
across the shell.
WAR DECLARED ON ,t
? -SEAJUON HERDS
PHINCsTALBERT, B. C. June 10.
Thousands "f of sea lions on the
"rltlsh Columbia coast which ds
trey annually vast quantities of cod,
aalmon, halibut and other food' fish.
nay be slaughtered and their bides
placed on the market. This proposal
Bade by Premier John Oliver.
Is being considered by fishermen
and others. The supply Is almost
wsaausuDie, it is said, andtannlng
.esf.the hides would assist materially
' reducing the reported world leath-
;e shortage. j
T One Prince Rupert pioneer. dedsr-
recently that with three Jcim.
psmies be had killed TOO sea lions on
the Queen Charlotte Islands, In two
days. The hunter must be a crack
allot, for It Is said there Is but one
vulnerable spot Just behind the ears,
and a wounded Hon will flop Into the
water and sink Instantly.
The sea lions. It i said, weigh
' Drom 2,000 to 2,500 pounds' The
Wes are nearly an Inch In thickness
aad make a tough and durable rough
leather such as Is used In workmen's
Cloves, and saddles.
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An experienced operator Is In
charge, and with her assistants, ls
fame to turn out hundreds of prints
The management of Underwood's
(Pharmacy are firm believers Inglv
ilng the best service, and the highest
quality of everything. This policy
applles to the kodak department, as
(well as to everything else, snd '-the
large business done by the institu
tion is evidence that the public, ap-,
preciaies ineir enorts.
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jihotograjihic helps and conveniences that make pic-1 J &
ture-making aiPthe easier, film and paper every- I
KODAKS FROM $9.49 UP
BROWNIE CAMERAS $2.M UP
Bring ut your filpt for developing and printing
BEST WORK 24-HOUR SERVICE
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
OREGON T7n? I
NOTIO: INVITING l'ltot)HAIJ4 TO of Improvement mentioned in ssld
MAKKSTIIEKTI.MI'HOVKMKNT I plans and specifications and the or-
jdluanrv ordering said Improvement,
which the same Is to be completed
Is fixed by ssld ordinance on or be
fore Ocnhxr 1Mb, 1920 illds must
Royal Anne Cherries
' ' Delivered FRESH Direct from our orchard to ;:
your home by express or narcels nnsf All ohurooa
Prepaid. DENVER, Colondo, June 10.
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willTrinS00 JERRIES now-?ev : KTSSST. S Z.
will be ripe and ready for delivery from June 20th V. Lgement-of a return or .eu-conn.
? to July 1st.
We ship the cherries in boxes which contain
about 23 pounds of cherries.
PRICE $3.50 PER BOX
All express or parcels post charges prepaid by us.
Our chjiTies are known as the finest in the Rogue
Kiver Va.Iey. Once you have tasted them you will
have no other.
Do not delay in sending in your order
. DO IT TODAY
Fill out the blank below and send us same with
1 ' . Date
topwMlSftaFStt?- : or wblch'aieiend me"i;y
express tor rarceis I out) .,.... boxeg of rovaL
ANNE CERniES, delivered' frVwitbo'ut cost to me
(Remit by money order, or check)
WANT MORE PAY
' , Pursuant to ail ordinance and which said ordinance Is numbered b filed with the Police Judge for
........ . order of the Common Council SOT, and was adopted on the 7th day I submission to tint council not later
.tiA.iL,A, '. i xay 15. (tty Mall.) of the City of Klumath Kails, of June, 1920, end approved by thn than S o'clock p m or the :isl day
rXearly one hundred nitive tei.ch Oregon, notice Is hereby clvrn mayor on the Klh day of June, lt:o. of June, 1920, snd the bids will bo
les in the Manila nuhllr rk,,r,iy h..that proposals , will be received by Knld plans, tie"lfratlons and est), consfdereil by the rouncll Initneillste.
rki'n-i ii..i- .!. . I '"Id Common Council for muklnsTthc mates of the City Engineer being on ly thereafter at the Council Chamber
res gned during one month and offl- improvement designed for Klamath flln In Ihu office of the Police Judge In said city.
dais of the board of education say Avenue from 9th street easterly to and In the, office of the said engineer, i Each proposal must be ucrom
'that others will present their resig- Hlh street. Bald Improvement 16 bo The prcposud contract will l let panld by a vrtlfled chfck en somn
nations soon on nrrnnni nt iu i'nui(,e in accordance ulth the plans In one contract, and the time In responsible b.inklng Institution u an
salirlr. ' uccounl ol lne ,0WUnd specifications ot tbe City Eng- which the same Is to bo completed Is amount ejual to & per cent of Ihu
salaries. Ineer anil fnr ens nl lh plnsxis nf fixed bv said nrdlnnnri, fin nr l,..fnri ngcreratn amount of Ihn nninnul.
The ranjorlty of the teachers In i Improvement mentioned In said plans October 15th, ll"2'J lllds must bo "'e suriin to b forfulted to thu city
the city 'schools receive only 125 to aml specifications and the ordinance filed with the Pollco Judgit for sub- ''y the successful bidder upon fulluni
no a month unit thv .; hn -.. ordering said Improvement, which mission to tho council not Inter than t enter Into contract ami bond for
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.unaoie to live cm that meager pay. WUs adopted on the 7th day of June. June. 1520, aud tho bids will bo c-n- Improvement In accordance with tho
1920, and approvvd by the inuyor on sldered by tho rounsll Immodiately Plans and specifications therefor,
the 8th day of June, 1920. thereafter nt tho Council Chamber The City of Klumath Palls reserv'-
Bald plans, specifications und est!- in said city. ,t ,lng the right at all Una's to reject uny
mates of tbe City Engineer being on' Each prop9s.1l must be' avcom- nnd all proposals. The award to the
file In the office of the Pslice Judgo"Pnled by m cortlfk'd check on somo,uo('''M'ul bidder Is hrnby madit con
and In tbe office of the salt engineer, responsible banking Institution In nn tlngeritn upon the sale of thu bond
The proposed contract will be let amount equal to S per cent"6f 'Iho " wilt-foe authorlied for providing
In one contract, and the time In '"KKregiito umount nf tho proposal, funds for making su.h Improvement.
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wmen mo snmo is 10 ue compiciea wmiw m 00 inrieiicii laonu- city "u i"ni, "iit-riiiraiigns ami csu
Is fixed by said ordinance on or be- hy tbe successful bidder upon failure i""t'-, ubovo referred to embrnce and
foro October 16th, 1920. Illds must 1 1 enter Into' contract, nnd bond forl,ov,(,, ""t "he proposed Improve-
hn fllpi! with tlm Pntlra Jmlvi, fni-'tllu faithful fnmnlctllnn tit thn nl.l ment may be, inadn. uslnv l.linll,),!.
submission to the council not later improvement In ucrordnn-o with tlio'0" Marudum or cinder and bids ani
than 8 o'clock, p, in. of tho 21st daytPlons und specifications therefor. ' (Invited for each class. In addition to
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u. .hub, JP.V, ami nits uiua win uu;
consiaereu vy tne council immodlatu-j
1 Ihamnft.. ot It... f.t.nMll rt.aM..u'
In said cltv. I to thu successful bidder Is hnrniivl Pollen Judce Of Ihu Cllv
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bach proposal must be accom-l""do contingent upon the sulu of,n., hiamatij r'alls, Oregon,
panied by a certified check on some the bonds that will be authorized for 10'ZI
rasnonslble hnnklnr InslllnHnn In nn' Providing funds fnr m.hln mirh in.. - . T t
amount eiiual to & per cent of tbeiProvement.
aggregate amount of the proposal,! The plans, specifications and crtl
the same to be forfeited to tho city mates above referred to ombruco and
by the successful bidder upon failure 'provldo that the proposed tin Drove-
to enter into contract and bond for "?cnt mny be made, using bltulithle
tne rattntui completion of the said or uu Atacadam und bids nro Invited
Improvement In accordance with the, for each class, In udltlon to grading,
j Commercial .houses have employed
laehe leacners at more man double
the salaries they received In the
The board of education, with the
approval of the Governor General,
has offered to Increase tbe salaries
of the teachers by Ave dollars a
month at tbe beginning of tbe next
school term In June, but it is said
this proi-oned Increase has not de
terred any of them from leaving,
MINERS SEEK PLAN
. FOR READJUSTMENT
tt plans und specifications therefor. invited tor each class. In addition to
j Tho City of Klumath Kalis reserv- H"""1"' curbing, drainage and co- . .
.Hng tho right nt air times to reject m,nl sldewulks. j
r any and all proposals. Tho award ' I- I.EAVITT, V
SEND N YOUR ORDER EARLY. ADDRESS
dfnee among mining mtn, discussion
of the labor situation in all indus
tries, consideration of national nnd
Unto mining and cmplojers' liability
lawH, aro a few of tho objects of fl
great national convention called by
i the American Mining Congress in
2 this city November 15-19 next.
f Consideration of a taxation pro
gram affecting the wustlng Indus-
I tries of the Nation will bo the sub-
Jed under discussion In a National
Wasting Industries Tax Conference,
All national mid state industrial
bodies will be Invited to participate
'in a threo day conference on Indus
trial Relations and producers, finan
ciers and manufacturers will bo call
ed together to discuss the problems
of tbe gold and silver miners.
Stabilization of,, Industry and low
ering of living costs through the na
tional adoption of a truce between
labor and capital to allow speeding
up ol production will be discussed by
employers, labor'lsaders and 'govern-
xaent officials. ,.. v ,
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A piece of raw Wf elgkfng 100'
pouads, after being roatteor, weighs
, Hereafter the Herald will pubiu'k
the mean and' maximum tempera
tures and iirecinliHilun r.n.r.i .. i-C:
plans and specifications thenffor. (curbing, drulnugo nnd ctment side- en by 'tho U. 8. RocUmnitnn r.i
Tho City of Klamath Palls rewrv-'walUs, ,,,M' 1 , , r'l! '' "'
. ii mm 111 Liiiar si 1
Ing the right at all times to reloct any I
und all proposals. Tho nward to the
successful bidder Is hereby mude con-J
tlngent upon tho sola of tho bonds 10-21
tlmt will bo authorlzod for providing
A. I.. I.EAVITT.
Pollco Judge of tho City of
Klumuth Fulls, Oregon.
funds for making such Improvement. vitTirr ivvi-ivn imniuiutiii
Tho plans, specifications and e.t.-NiYift Iiff
mates above reforred to embrace and I M'lhl' "fUhhT IMI'ItOX 1.MI..ST
provido that thu proposed Improva-
ment may no made, us n 1 Itu lit 1 c
or uu .'Macadam und bids aro Invited
for ench. class, In additlcn to grading,
curbing .drainage and cement side
walks. A. L. LEAVITT, '
Police Judge of the City ot
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
.NOTICE INVITING! PnOPOHALH TO
MAKE STREET IMPROVEMENT
Pursuant to ordinance and order
or the common Council of the City ot
Klamath Falls. Oregon, notice is
nereby given that proposals will bo
received by said Common Council for
making tbe Improvement destined
for Pine street from 8th atreet east
erly to 11th street Including Intersec
tions not DavSd. Bald lmnrnvemn
to be made 4n'' accordance with the!
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Pursuant to ordinance and order
of tho Common Council or tho City of
Klumath Fulls, Oregon, notice Is
Iroreby given that proposals will bo
received by said Common Council for
maKing tno improvement designed
for improvement of Washington
street from First streot to Third
street Including Intersections. Said
Improvement to be made in accord
ance with the plans and specifica
tions of the City Engineer and for
one of tbe classes of Improvement
mentioned in said plans and specifica
tions and tbe ordinance ordering said
Improvement! which said1 ordinance Is
numbered 005 and was adopted on
tne vin. oay ot June, ivzu, and ap
proved by the mayor on the 8th day
of June, 1920,
Said plans, specifications and.estl-
mates or tne city engineer being on
file inthe offlwof tha Pallet -JudM
liner in the office of tbe said engineer.
day previous to the oaner'a is.,.- ...
to 5 o'clock of that day,
MKCIIANICAli HOIISK8 '
8AN DIEfiO, Cal Juno 10.
horseback riding maohlno is one it
,a nuveiues on board the palatial
yacht of sir Arthur du Cros, head of
the Dunlop Rubber company of Lon".
don, which put In boro recently.
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JWctrlcJdynbnioi. Is insi.- .S
fter deck of tb. tmI which (
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Knglneer an si Ut one of tbe cUtata
toe proposed contract will be let
one contract, ana the tisae Id