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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1920)
TTHCDAY, JULY ST, 10SO
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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llshedkereln. IUMDAY, JULY "27 10SO
DREDGERS f ACE
KIWTORK, July ST. Death by
drowalng or dynamite these aro
ealef among tho dangers facing the
Bsea Who aro dredging the East
Hirer to Long Island sound that New
YoraVasay hare another deep-sea
"LetMe Tell You This"
says the Good Judge
More men every tiny nro Unci-
ln thru it costs less
to use the Ileal To
The full rich taste lasts so
long, a small chew satis
fies; it's just what you have
been looking for.
That's why It costs you
Any man who uses the
Real Tobacco Chew will
tell you that.
Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long line-out tobacco
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0. Ill USES
to the Atlantic.
How this undertaking, which will
reqalro 'is' to SO years and an ex-fMlltiue-Of
955,000,000 to 175.-
AAA.AAAia ht- rnrrlAil nn wna tnlH
her today by officials ot tho dredg-'
owners ot vessels to keep a safe dls-ltheless, often gnvo his vote lo pro-
tanco from dredging plants. For'gresslvo and socialistic measures arftl
noncompliance with this warning ho Joined tho newly formed Domo
35 captains wero arraigned recently 'crntic lenguo soon nftor tho revolu
within a period ot 10 days. Manyltlcn ot 1918. Tho prince was also
were suspended for from 10 days to (well known for his philanthropic and
"When the collision signal Is
sounded on one of the dredging ves
sels, each of tho dynamite crew,
wearing life belts, grabs a box ot the
explosive and stands by to Jump
which Is doing the river to the sound
"Most of' the work must bo done
taring' tko' alack water period at the
kange ot tides and, as there Is gen
erally from 500 to 1,000 pounds of
dynamite aboard each drill boat the
danger of being rammed by passing
rafi aad sent to the bottom is com
Blieaisd with the possibility or being
blowm lato tko air," one official said.
"la Ball Gate we are demolishing
Prytaf Pirn reef which Is 4S0 feet by
SCO feet, From eight to ten months
will be required to complete this
A drill boat is being warped
It In parallel oaths 30 feet
apart, drilling holes Into which from
100, to, 150 pounds of dynamite Is
aektd-.and, exploded. A dipper
drafg. following the drill boat.
leads the., blasted reck Into scows
tor damping Into holes 75 feet deep
r store In the river. 'This leveling
ef tko river bottom removes the
oomroo ot addles, smoothing the
"Pot rock, another reef in Hell
etev.wlll be destroyed next. Bo
mbs ot treacherous currents for
wklck It Is responsible. Pot rock Is
knows,,. as the wickedest spot in
STMlongest slack water period
registered In Hell Gate during the
last 40 years was 23 minutes. It Is
wltala that slack period that drilling
eolata must be located, charges
Bloated and fired and the position of
tko float changed. Divers on this
workare generally unable to spend
Botetkan 16 minutes under water
at a: time, so that they work but half
aa aoar la a 24 hour day.
'Aa. a precaution ( against being
rammed by passing craft tho navy
department and customs bouse off!
Stale have warned operators and
Tko Johnson mower Is the mower
for job. It Is durable and capable.
Wo Mil them. Howie Garage, City.
PARIS. July T. Illy
"The project of dredging tho East Gradual Improvement hi
COAL PRODUCTION IS
was first under-' coal orodutilou. shown in "flrur...
years ago to provide Now broucht out In tho chamber of dnn.
York harbor with an entrance which utiCs. is giving comfort to econom-
.would not require continuous dredg- lU but Is not counted upon to re-
ing nice Atnuroso cnannei, where uoro the chilliness of homes or
rivo government dredges are con- markedly effect factories for some
siantiy removing tho Infiltrating 'time. Tho mines dnmnged by tho
sands. Flood rock, in Hell Oato.! Cerman Invasion are slowly being
was then removed and some lesser J put m shnpe nnd It Is expected that
work accomplished before the appro- they will produco 260.000 tons
priatlon was exhausted." monthly by the end of the yeur. If all
When Flood rock was blasted a KOes well. This would bo half of
. oi iuu.uuu pounoa oi ayna-.pre-war production. It was admit
Hereafter the Herald will publish
ao. mean and maximum tempera-
tares and precipitation record as tak
OB ky the U. S. Reclamation service
fatlon. Publication will cover tho
aajr p'revious to the paper's Issue, up
Ml O'clock of that day.
Max. Mln. clpltatlon
was fired, the official said
Launches on tho river a mile away
were lilted three feet out of the
water, but no damage resulted.
MOURNED BY PEOPLE
BERLIN, July 6, (Dy
Tho death of Prlndo Helnrlch
Schoenalch-Carolatb, known In for
mer court circles as "the red prince"
because of his democratic proclivi
ties, has Just occurred.
Deceased earned his appellation
by the determined stand ho made
against all reactionary
ted the normal rate would not
reached for aomo years.
Difficulties in pumping out flood
ed mines end repairing dynamited
shafts have proved the chief ob
stacles. Orders for machinery are
accepted only for delivery In from
(four months to four years.
Mall). i Ilvlglan firms finally have been
xu "engaged to aid In tho reconstruction
work after negotiations with
O. A. O. EXPERIMENTAL HTA-
TION, Corvallls, July 27. That sul
phur will make at least a ton nn acre
Increase In yield on 100,000 acres of
alfalfa lands In arid and seml-arld
sections ot tho statu, Is Indicated by
fertiliser trials In most ot tho Im
portant alfalfa growing sections uf
southern and eastern Oregon,
"Tho value of this Increase nt
$20 a ton would amount to 12,000,-
000." says W. L. Powers, chlof In
soils. "As yet farmers have moil
sulphur on only about one-sixth of
tho area and Its use can bo profitably
"Sulphur Is best applied to nlfalfa
land In the fall and harrowed In n
It takes some time for It to become
effective. An application of 100
pounds an nrre Is stiff ichmt to meet
crop requirements for four or five
years. The material ran bo applied
by hand or with a land plaster
spreader. Where surphur costs $40
a ton the Initial cost of the material
for one ncre would be $1,
"Recent quolatlous havo been re
ceived on sulphur from different
sources ranging from 90 to 9 per
cent purity to cost $27 to $40 a ton
delivered In 40 ton car lota to Ore
gon points. On account of slow
freight movumeuts and prospective
Increase In rates, alfalfa growers In
sections where surphur Is known to
help aro urgod to order material
needed now and to pool their orders
In co-operation with county agents
or county farm bureaus.
TEN REASONS if YOU SHOULD
JOIN THE CHAMBER DF COMMERCE
First Its Purpose.
Thu Chamber of fonnmirro Is (irciiiiUod to forward (huso publlo Inter
ests, Mvlc mid commercial, which Imvo long I"1")) nt'itleilod bornuso
"oYorylnidy'n business Is nobody's bllslimss," Thu sole objuct of tho
nets ot th Chamber of t.'oiiiiiierro Is (ho public good.
Second- Its Membership:
lloraUHo membership In the Chamber iifX'oiiimorro Is open (o everybody
without distinction of any sort u democratic Institution In tliu best
weiiKo ot the word the town mooting restored,
Third Its Method
Kreu Hpoi'ih and open-handed dealing aro employed on the publlo
questions, largo and small, which arlsn In the community.
Membership In tho Chamber of Commerce slums your sympathy with
an organlted vtfort to better the rlty, and life within It. The things
that nro worth doing are brought to sucrvssful Ishuu only through
united demand and Interest,
Fifth Vour Duty:
If a iiiuii run afford 110 to Join the Chamber of Commune, It Is n publlo
duty to nuiko that tontrlliutlon for thu development of Klamnth County.
Sixth -Reacts on Yeu:
A man In business Is broader ami more successful when ho has a mora
active Interest III municipal affairs, civic and commercial.
Seventh A Chance to Werk:
As a member of the Clmmhor of Commerce you aro afforded jtn oppor
tunity to work for the conditions )ou have, as h good rltlien, long hoped
for you can help things happen.
Eighth You (let Out What You Put In:
If olio gives his host efforts, ho Is Justified in looking for results fitvor
nble to himself, material and ethlrnl. lie profits In dollars nod cents
through the Increased prestige of his loiiuty, but, lt of nil, In personal
sntisfnetlou nt having comn out of Ills own shell of self-interest and
bnniletied his horltou
Ninth For Future Generations-
lie Is n small man, If not mean, who cares only for his own sucreis and
for tho prosperity of bis own generation aliuio. Therefore, the broad
minded cltlreu seeks lo ally himself nllb Uhmu forces which nro build
lug the rlty of the future, fcr his children mid his children's children.
Tenth In Short'
Tho Chamber of Commerce ought to prom u big Impetus lo the growth
of tho county in every phase of Its life Don't tou want to have a part
Princess George of Greece, who is
an ardent devotee of chess, has of
fered to pay for tho education of
legislation, ISamuel Rzeschewskl, the eight-year-
HORNUROOK, July 27. A tire
which started In a disused woodshed
In the rear ot George Poward'a gro
cery stery in Hornbrook awept the
entire block, destroying that estab
lishment, togotkor with Frod Iiloom
Ingcamp's buteker skop, tao 'Wood
men ball, a barber shop, tko Minora
Home botel, Dad Clark's restaurant,
and badly damaging the D. O. Ear-
hart hardware store, In which Is lo
cated tho postnfflce. Postal Tele-
Get"- graph and Puclfle Telephone com
Tho loss Is variously estimated at
from $30,000 to $50,000, with very
especially the anti-Socialist law of old Polish marvel, who has defeated
the 'eighties, for which he was many of the greatest players In
threatened with disciplinary military Europe nnd duplicated the foil of
punishment. First a member of tho the great Lasker In playing and win
conservative party, the prince never- nlng 20 games simultaneously.
It's Going to Stay
IE WE DO THE WORK
OROVILLB, July 27. Approxi
mately 600 acres of timber land In
the vicinity of Ilerry cieek wero
said to have been swept by fire,
which started early Friday morning
Tho cause of the blaze is unknown.
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MARYSVILLK. July 27. Mrs.
Nancy Ann Craddock, relict of the
late Judge J. II. Craddock and a
former resident ot Marysvlllo. for
many years, died recently at her
home In Fresno county. She was a
native of Indiana and aged 76 years.
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were picked up about nine miles at
seu off Knsenada, Ix)wer California,
according to news brought here by
officers of the motor ship (Jrymo
PLAN TO EXTRACT
NITROGEN FROM AIR
In the death of Peter Newman, for
the last 66 years a resident of Sacra
monto, the city has lost ono of Its
pioneer botel men and well known
citizens. Sickness resulting from
the Infirmities of old age caused bis
death. He was 77 years ot age.
LOS ANGELES, July 27. C. F.
Lewis, a civil engineer, employed at
Fort MacArthur at Los Angeles har
bor, was killed In a collision between
an army motorcycle and an uutomo-
bllo driven by Lieutenant P, K. Cur
runt of the submarlno L-8.
LONDON. July !). Illy Mull). A
syndlculu has been formed lo ostnb-
llsh a nitrogen factory for (ho uuiiu
facturu of ummonlu synthetically.
from the nitrogen of thu air, says
tho Amorlcun chumbur ot commerce
In London. Tho syndicate bus pur-j
cnnseii tlio extensive situ in loamy
' They will soek not only to ostat
llsh a minimum wage but also deal
with provisions for aileoiiato rotir
h k pensions, and pensions tor
w.doua and orphans of clergyman.
Jtiiv C. II l.loyd Evans, acting
seen lory of tho new movement, aald
f w of (ho "inferior clergymen"
'earned morn than 300 a year ami
n great many earned less, Tho
, union w ,...) f VI),t tno lym.
pithy of tho public.
Accompanied only by her dog,
Miss llnzel llrlnk walked from tbr
homo In Han Francisco to Mitchell.
Durham which tho llrKlsh govern-, H. Dak., to attend the recent lloll
in en t acquired more thun (wo years,1 nous cniiipmeellug held In tho latter
ugo, for tho purpose of building nlldaco.
fdctory. Tho capital required will' A ,,,, ,.
bo 16.000.000 sterling. , '!."', ' '' ':"m W"M
The process to bo adopted. aBy.'"''." ,,mt "'T ""'"
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into nitric ucld, or other nitrates ns
may bo required either for tho man
ufacture of explosives or for usu as
We are thoroughly equipped to do repairing quickly,
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GRASS VALLEY, July 27. The
members of ttut Nevada county
board of supervlsora held a confer-
once last week In Sacramento with
A. II. Fletcher, stato highway onsl-
neer, relative to proposed bridges
over Ibe Yuba river.
FRESNO, July 27. Four automo
bile stages, en route to (be Yosemlto
valley, filled with passengers, wero
held up and the passengers In two of
them wero robbed of money by a
lone bandit at a point on tbe moun
tain highway about A mile and a half
from Miami Lodge In Mariposi
county. Aa near as could be est!
mated, tbe bandit secured about
ST. HELENA, July 27. O. Rossi,
president of tbe Rossi and Anderson
mercantile establishment of this city,
died as the result of a fractured
skull sustained when ho was struck
by an automobile drlraa by Miss
Ressie Wagner, of Rutherford.
SAN DIEQO, July 27. Stabbed to
death and his body nlaead In a roar.
boat, tko remains of an American
25 CLERGYMEN WERE
STARVED IS REPORT
LONDON, July 7, (Ily Mall).
At least 25 I'rotoHtunl ministers uro
reported to havo died ot sturvutlou
In England luut year, und tho par
sons huva now formed tho National
Cluricul union for "establishment of
a minimum living wugo for thu
clergy." While It Is uunouured tho,
union will follow tbe trend ot trade
unionism thu clergymen huv,u de
clared thoy havo. no Intention to
strike to enforce their demands.
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