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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, AUGUHT M, 1
MIPHOHV cent: IH
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loolu. Calf in the handsomest mahogany tone,
eyelets of bnus to bedeck it, fancy wing tips and solid soles
will first catch your eye. You'll approve of the ornamental
perforating and fancy stitching, too. And our trade-mark
on the sole assures you that we are constantly bettering our
sixty-odd year record for fine shoes.
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727 Main St
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and labor, after Ssptember 1, 1910,
wa will make no deliveries of milk
or craam where thero la no bottla
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All tickets rauit bo paid for In ad
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MII.K PHODUC1-3R8' A88N.
t AT THE THEATERS
HT. I.OUIH, Aug. 26. Prompt
tiiiiiUiiitmt of thu 1111 submitted to
tin) liiHt session of congress to em
power tlio United State iiuprumo
court to mnko uniform rulon for fed
unil district courts designed to sim
plify procuilurn In Mich court nnd
promolu Hid spi-ody tliitermlnntlmi of
initiation on III 11 morlls of canon, wan
recommended In tin) roport of tliu
commlttco on uniform Judicial prom
dure, submitted tonight to tho Ainnr-
Icnn llnr ntmoclutloii, In convontlon
Tho roport declared tho regula
tions to bo nindn by tho supremo
fcoiirl under tlio hill should "omhrncu
nil tho merits nnd nonn of tho vices
of both tho 'common low' and 'codu'
Knnctmnnt of thu bill, tho roport
rontlnucd, would result In promul-
Kntlon by thn supremo court of a
'simple, Hclc-ntiflc and corrolatod sys
torn of rules, which will proro an at-
trnctlvo model for tho states to adopt
for tholr courtR." According to ilia
mport, thu bill would lay tho "found
ation for fixed InturMato Judicial re
latlcnii an permanent nnd corrulatcd
an lulerstatn commorclal relatione."
1 Tlio commltti'u on admiralty and
mnrltlmu law, In Its report also sub
letted tonight, rocommondpil that
tnwH fur navigation of tho nlr bo held
in anoyance until alrplanii traffic bo-
comes mora popular.
Tho report mild tho committee
did not bellovo that any body of
moil lire un yet gifted with sufficient
foresight to onablo them to work nut
n Hot of rules of navigation for airplanes."
rroparatlon of a rovlscd draft of
admiralty rule to nor to or a bants of
consideration by tho luprotno court
has been completed, according; to tho
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CHAS. J. CIZEK
' MERCHANT TAILOR
618 Main Street
8upposoa beautiful young lady
entered your offlco, stuffed 30,000
(In your hand, held up a finger to ad
monish silence, and then disappear
ed. What would you do?
That waa tho problem that con
fronted J. Wnrrun Kerrigan and Jack
Cunningham, continuity writer, dur
ing tho filming of "$30,000," which
coinf to tho Liberty theater tonight.
"Tho man would naturally ruth to
tho nearest bank," opined Kerrigan.
"Not at all bo'd follow up tho
woman," obsenrod Director Wardo.
"Never! He'd hide tho money In
his offlco," said Cunnlnghnm.
Just then a property man passed
tho set whoro tho company was work
ing, fragging a email black burro af
ter him. Suddenly tho burro put out
both foro feet, eanod back stiffly on
the haltor and stopped. Tho prop
man shouted and tugged and pullod
and otherwlso exhorted, but the an
imal declined to more. It was a
plain caso of stall.
"Pardon me," said Kerrigan, ap
proaching the man, "what would you
do If someone handed you $30,000
and went away without a word of
A look of subllnio Inspiration
struck tho nun's tlrod faco. "What
would f doT Why, I'd buy $30,000
worth of dynamlto and, taVo it
from mo, Mr. Kerrigan, this brute
"I don't wonder that Wolff Kings
carl feels llko shaking Miss IBobba
I think alio has nwful Ideas'!'
It was Wanda Ilnwloy talking dur
Ing a lull betwoon sconos of "Miss
Ilobbs," which will bo shown at tho
Mborty thoator Saturday.
"It's lotB of fun to play this part,"
IIONOMJI.U, T. II., Aug. 26.
OhatilmoorKn oil, which scientists of
tho Unlvorslty of Hawaii bollovo can
nrrent.f not completely euro leprosy,
will lie produced on a largo scalu In
Illnwnll under arrangements bring
intulo by tho territorial hoard of ngrl
ciilttirn nnd forestry.
Professor Joseph F. Hock, botnnlst
with tho United" States department of
ugrliulturc, who In en routo to Dur
um and India to obtain soeds of the
iChuutmoorgn troo, has been commis
sioned to brine back a consignment
of tho seeds to Hawaii for propaga
Thirty patients recently woro lib
erated as cured from tho Kallhl loper
station hero uftor having received tho
treatment prescribed by Dr. A. U.
Dean of tho University of Hawaii,
who perfected tho system of refining
continued tho star, "because every
thing the woman does Is ao complete
ly ridiculous. Hut Heaven forbid
that I should over bo llko her!"
Sho paused. "In a way I think
'Miss Ilobbs' will be a wholesome
warning to girls who aro Inclined to
fads and things that detract their at
tention from tho really worth whllo
things of llfo. Miss Ilobbs Is laugh
able because sho Is abnormal, pecul
iar. You know, a super-faddist like
this woman Is really awfully selfish.
Sho has her own narrow Ideas and
tries to mnko overyono conform to
them. Tho truly broadmlnded per
son will mnko gonerous concessions
to tho feelings and opinions of others.
Tho Kansaa Agricultural college
plana to furnish dally woatber fore
casts to every farmer In Kansas by
meana of wireless telegraph.
The Provincial Government of On
tario la preparing to put Into oper
ation October 1 the mothers' pen
sion taw passed by the last legisla
IF KIDNEYS AND
Take Salts to flush Kidneys aad
This Is good wood It bought early and drlod. Do not
dolay your orders, as you must buy early It you want
cheap wood. Fuel will be higher next winter than last,
as food, labor and freight are higher.
Wo are prepared to give you quick service and the best
of wood. Our prices are cheap on bloek wood also.
Order now and be prepared,
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
NOQAMJS. Arls., Aug. 28. Rec
ords left by tho early Spanish padres
recently led to tho location by Frank
I'lnkley of tho United States national
park service of tho ruins of an old
Arizona mission which bad never
been officially recorded. Tho mln
slon is at Calabasas, nine; miles north
of hare, and, it is thought, was
founded In 1770.
Another old mission, yet unrecord
ed, Is In this district, Mr. Plnkley Ira
lloves. Tho second mission, 'Which
,boro tho nami) San Luis llacancos, is
lorated, It is believed, somowhero
near tho Mexican border. Plnkloy Is
to mnko an extonslvo search for the
VKTKHAXH TO MKKT
VANCOUVER. II. C Aug. 26.
Canadian and American veterans of
flvo wars, tho Crimean, Door, Spanish-American,
Phlllpplno and the
World war, will hold a four-day
meeting hero September 3-6 under
tho Joint auspices of the Veterans of
Porolgn Wars, an American organ
Iratlon, and the Qrcat War Veterans
of Canada, and , kindred organlia
Sports, automobile tours, dances
and other events are being planned.
Thero will be a parade of uniformed
Veterans on one day of the session.
Tho first policewoman in America
is now a deputy sheriff in Maine.
That's what we claim for this cafe. You
can always depend upon getting real
service from us and when we say "serv
ice" we include our ability to serve you
meals or light lunches prepared in the
way they should be prepared. You'll
enjoy eating in the
WARSAW. Aug. 26. -Kolno, an
important town near tho caat Prus
sian frontier, has boon taken by the
Polish forces, which aro swoeplng
rapidly northward In pursuit of the
nolshcvlkl. More than 10,000 pris
oners, cut oft from the main body of
the Soviet army,, have been captured
In this region.
LONDON, Aug. 26. An Immediate
rupture of tho Rosso-Polish peace
negotiations at Minsk will result It
the Poles persist In their demand for
a withdrawal of the main terms, says
a message from the Russian Soviet
foreign minister, dated Monday at
PARIS, Aug. 26. Negotiation
looking to a surrender to the Poles
havo been begun by the northern
Russian Bolshevik army, says a
40,000 IX FURS
SEATTLE, Wash.. Aug. 26. Mora
than 200 blue, whlto and silver grey
fox furs, said to bo worth over
i$40,000, were brought here recently
by Captain A. B. SomervIIle, former
ly a sea captain of Alaskan ships but
now one of the owners ot a large fox
farm on Attu Island, one of the Aleu
tian group, off southwestern Alaska
Captain Somerrille said the (an
represented one season's work oa tha
Island. He declared the tog which
Vcorers Attu Island most ot the tlssa
makes the bine fox tar ot high
Chicago Is to have a 20-story hots!
to be owned and operated by Chinese.
Kidney nnd Bladder woaknoss re
sult from urlo acid, says a noted
authority. Tho kidneys filter this
add from tho blood nnd pass It on
to tho bladdor, where it otton re
mains to irritate and inflamo, caus
ing a burning sensation, or setting
up an Irritation at tho neck ot the
bladdor, obliging you to sook relief
two or throe tlmos during tho night.
The sultoror Is In constant droad,
tho wator passes sometimes with a
scalding sensation and is very pro pre
fuse: again, thero Is difficulty In
Bladdor weakness, most folks call
It, because, they can't control urina
tion. While It Is extremely annoy
ing and sometimes painful, this Is
really one ot the most slmplo ail
ments to overcome. Get about tour
ounces ot Jad Salts from your pnar-;
raaclst and take a taoiespooniui w
a glass ot water before greakfut,
continue this for two or three days.
This will neutralise the acids la the
urtno so It no longer is a source 01
Irritation to the bladder and urinary
organs which then act normally
Jad Salts Is inexpensive, harm
leu, and la made from the acid ot
cranes and lemon Juice, combined
with llthla, and Is used by thousands
ot folks who are subject to urinary
disorders caused by uris acid Ir
ritation. Jad Baits Is splendid tor
kidneys and causes no bad effects
Hera you havo a pleasant, effer
vescent llthta-water drink, which
qulokly rolls, en blAMsr trouble.
Confort (kuifaess ReasowlJc Rates
The Central Hotel
m THESE DAYS OP 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 FOR A 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, Mamag c.
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