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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
mnnrngDAr, . is, tmm
YIELDED TO -TATTOOER'S ART-
HOW SUFFRAGE WAS RATIFIED
(f-T Democratic L.
lV jL (l--MT,mM'
OF WATER IIS
NOUAUIH, ArU.. Bot 1C. Ito-
rnnl pnclflrntlon of tho ,wnrllko
YikiiiI Indians of tlm Mexican stnto
of Solium liun allow ml tliu statu au
thorities to turn from one of lliolr
worst problem to now tnsks of de
veloping Irrigation project nntl pro
' ' vinlnk homes iiml crop, (loviirnor
Klnvlo A. lloruucx of Honoru rrcontly
told tlm Assnelntcd I'mi,
"Pacifying I -in Vnqul Indian
solve I tin greatest problem Honora
hits hml to meet." ho said. "Theso
Indian have been n thorn In tho
hIiIci or tint Solium anil tho Mexican
government f" enr. Tho trou
bin dule buck to tho old Spanish
days when tlm Iniul which tho In
, illani) rightfully claimed a theirs
was token from them.
"Wo Iiuvh flnnlly sucrit'ded In sat
isfying Ihem by restoring tlm land
to them nnd providing them with
food, clothing nnd material for
farming. This wan arcomptlihcd
IhrniiKh lh effort of President I)o
I lliiurta, Bccrotary of War Calles
"Yaiul chief reconlly conferred
with mo hero nnd nssurod mo that
tho Indlnnii nro completely pacified
nnd ready to settle down and grow
crop on retrurvntlon land wo havo
provided for thorn. Tho government
has not nsldn botwoon 20,000 and
30,000 acre of tho finest land In tlm
famoui Yaqul vulloy for tholr uso
ai a reservation. ,
"Many of tho nnclont Irrigation
dltchcH hnvo boon rebuilt by tho gov
ernment ho tho Indians can hnvo wa
ter. Now dltchi'H havn been opened
and mnro will bo built with fedora!
and Muto funds.
"Kvontuully wo hnpo to Irrlgnto
more thnn a million ucro of laud.
Tho project will cohI not los than
110,000,000 und will roqulru throo
of four yearn to complete Tho flrat
top n tho work will bo construc
tion of a gront dam to bold tho wn
tors of tho Honoru rlvor. Long term
loan nro expected to flnnnco tho
i "Irrigation U tho hauls of Honora"
welfare. Water only la nooded to
reclaim vast aronH of Bonorn land
which la as rich us tho Nllo bottoniH
nnd us good nnd ovon bettor tl)an tbo
famous Imperial valley.
"Schools nro as vital to tbo wel
fare of Bonora as wator nnd wo nro
'making oxtonslvo plans for school
extonslon. Includod In our now bud
get Is 2,C00,000 for schools.
"The now era has dawned In Mex
ico and especially In Sonora. The
government of tho state Is on a busi
ness basis nnd wo will wolcomo the
world to tho state to help us In our
KANOARB OIL COWMNY
JAFFA GATE IN JERUSALEM
k'iMjgcwiy Through Which General
Allenby entered It the Real
Article, Writer Says.
.Tcronnlem bus seven cites mid n
riniirliitlon inlli'iii handled nt
vsenl, us nf nlit, nlong purely Knst
rn lines. 'Fieri' nre dcnl.e)". burses,
nmcl--ecii rnrrliiKi imil lh
nhlmiltou) Miner mid nil that tmlllc
eenccntntte naturally nt the gales,
'list ns, to IniTitiii' Its force, wnter
iid to be iiinilc tu How through it
'iiiiall iM'iiliiu In the olilfaliloniil tlilii
mills ut Iimiii'. An fur telephones, uho
Hint ran sboiit from nmf to roof nnd
(limn Hie eeliolm; sln-et sliuiild trouble
himself to Iiht Into n fiimiel?
Sly tliiilnvs ant well placed, for 1
ran walili the eroml Ibruiiuliii; lu mid
nut of tbo Jaffa pile, writes William
t). McCnuleu In Aln. This Is the
widest oimmiIiic the city Ims, since
William II of I'rtisxln bnd It enlarged
tu permit his sp"vtacular entry n
jmlHillrnl piiEeant that bo staged to
represvnt Ids taking ixtssesslon of the
holy elly by nKn-euient with Hie sul
tan In Constantinople. I!ilt wide Is
Hie cute wlileh Irjideth unto dcstnic
lion. The niil Jaffu gate Is n narrow
one nt the side of Hie wide ptiKxagi'
way; mid this wn tlm une used by
(len. Allenby when bo entereil Jeni'n
li-in nfter Its rapture, modestly, on
font, rnrrylng the rami that the llrlt
Ish iilllcr iilTi-cts us bis only scepter
nf pimer. Tills gntu Is now closed
with heavy Iron bars nnd will not be
reopened until tho exact political
status of Jerusalem bus been deter-
MAYOR NOT LIGHTLY CHOSEN
Chief Executive of City of London Is
Csiltd Upon to Fulfill Many
8lr William Trelonr. In his rivently
publNbed book, "A Lord Major's
Dlnry," points out Hint the chief mag
istrate of the city of I.oiitlon Is chosen
In quite n different manner from that
udopted by any other municipality In
the kingdom, remarks London An
swers. Instead of being elected by tbo mem
bers of the corporation, or council,
who may, und often do, fur political
party reasons, chooso someone wlio
lias never done suit or services to the
town,, Loudon's lord mayor can be
choeii only from those who have
served an apprenticeship of Home years
to tbo corporation.
Ho must Unit bo elected nn nlder
man by tho ratepayers of his ward,
nnd accepted mid sworn In by tho
court of aldermen ; then he must have
served tbu olllco of sheriff, to which
position he has to be elected by tho
liverymen, nnd nflcrwtird approved
by tho sovereign.
Then, mid not till then. Is ho eligible
to auk the liverymen to elect him ns
lord mayor ; tho court of aldermen aft
erward again Inning tbo power to re
fuso him, the approve! of tho sovereign
being also ugitlu necessary before lit
can tnke olllce.
New Idea for Pictures.
It Is not often that an entirely new
method of producing pVtures Is dis
covered, nnd nn Ov,ri ortlst Is at
tracting' consldorulil.' attention with
A process ns pleasing as It Is original.
Instead ot using fluid pigments of any
kind, bits of colored rlotb, painstaking
ly cut to particular shnpo and site
of ench detail of the work, are pasted
upon the cunvns hnckground, which Is
Htrulchcd over thin board. Bomo of
the almost Infinitesimal particles of
fabric nro shredded out to mere threads
to got the desired effect, while tho
bulkier objects of tho scene nro built
up In relief, snya I'opulnr Mechanics
Magnzlnn." A sharp-pointed stick
serves ns n brush for this curious art.
The finished pictures exemplify tho
remnrkabln results attained when pa
tience nnd tlm artistic sense nie coordinated.
"1 hear there are innny poisonous
snakes In yiur part of tho country."
"Not now. Wlint'n the us ot tbem
wbon i very place li dry!"
Many Royal Penonas" Have Been
"Docoratid" AmuilnQ Experience
of Swedish Monarch,
It wns no secret to his Intimates
that King Cdwnrd VII of Ciiglnnd sub
jected his linns to Hid nrt of n tat
toner when bo wns prlnco of Wnles,
nor In It n secret Hint his Hon, the
present king, wns tstlooed by n skill
ful Jnpnuesi1, when ns n midshipman
on board tho "Ilarrhanl" ho visited
Jnjuiii many )ears ago,
Tlio lain ezur of llussla woro nn
Indelible Imlla-lnk dragon on his left
fuenriu, and quite a number of'otlicr
i:nroiMin rojallles pust nnd present,
linvu receded Hiesu Imlestructlblo "dec
Hut tlm experlenrn of Charles XIV
nf .Sweden mid Norway, makes nn In
teresting lllllo story by Itself. It was
iiIwiijm a pu?.lu to tbomt most Inti
mately associated w.llli lilm, that bo
would iicwt hlioV blmsulf niiywheru
with lulled ii rini. It was not until bis
death In 1HII that the injNlery was ex
lilalned. On his right arm were tattooed
neither a ilrngoti, nn englo nor nn In
Mgnla of high authority, but Instead
the nil cup ot Liberty, nnd tlm motto,
"Death to Kings." As Jenn Ilnpttsto
Jules Iternnilotte, In his young repub
lican days In Franco, be had been thus
tattooed, never dreaming that Inter he
woiilil bo culltil to the throne.
Friendly With the Whole Family
SHEEP 'KILLED THEIR ENEMY
Ordinarily Timid Animals Worked In
Concert to Stamp Life Out of
One summer morning a fanner In
Virginia Marled out to salt n wiuill
lliK'k of sheep that bo bnd recently
put Into a billy, overgrown field some
illsluiici) from bis home. At thu pasture
ho called fur hoiiio time, but seeing
or hearing nothing of thu sheep he
walked down toward tbo inlddlu of the
eiiclosuro mid mounted n tull stump
nt thu edgii of thu brliT patch. From
this point of vniitno he could see tho
llock on n piece of It-vel ground scarce
ly .V) )nrds below hl:n.
The sheep were crowdpd Into a sway
ing excited circle some 'JO feet In di
ameter. I'reienlly, while the sheep were
standing still, a big wether mndo n
uprlug, landed w Itli Ids fei't In tho very
ceiitiT of thu ring and bounced nwny
llku n rubber hall. In n flash another
followed bis lead, nnd another, until
nil bnd leaped on the same spot. Then
nwny they swept down thu hill.
Hlcpplng down from his perch, the
fanner mndo his way to tho scene, of
this strange iH-rformnucc. Ily tho side
nf the trampled brier clump lay the
tmiiiglcd remains of n big rattlesnake.
Barbless Hooks for Anglers.
A ery commendable movement Is
under way among members of the
Megantle club, nnd pnilmbly other
sivurtlng clubs, fur the use of the barb
less book. Thu Ideu Is that true
sportsmanship coiisIhIm In gUIng the
iiM-mlN-m of lb- "filmy Irllm" n flr
chance for life and escape, and Hint
to catch n fish with n bnrbles book
Is more creditable thnn to use the
oldfnshloned burl). When trout or
salmon nro caught with n barbed
hook, they nre npt to bo seriously In
jured, mid een If thrown bnck Into
thu wulcr do not recover, In ninny
cases; whereas. If tho barbies hook
Is used, ns now advocated, they nre.
If returned tu the wnter, In nlmoit nil
Instance revived nnd tuny be caught
over nnd over ngjiln. ,Thls Is true
sportsmanship, nnd It Is to bo hoped
Hint tho bnrbless hook movement will
succeed. Huston Tost.
Get A Had Start
each day eat
Hearts for breakfast
Flour It unturpautd.
Gffl&Mg Hour for its bak
ing qualities and uniformity.
The rest of the family judge
its superiority by taste. And
the satisfadtiort is complete.
No wonder your grocer recom
mends GJSfiSERS. You cam
get it in 10, 241 nd 49 1
for Breakfast I
2 cup 4BBK Flour.
I ublcipoon mew.
I tablespoon mdud butter.
Mix end tih the dry Intr
dicnu; mis beaten tu end
mOk; add to flour. Add
nvtlied butter and beat to
imooth batter. Bake In
buttered (cm pant In mod
ADOPT NEW WAYS
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. IB. Pro-
Kresslvo Indians of southeastern
Alaska want to learn tho white man's
methods of fishery, according- to Ma
rlus T. Hanoome, of the United States
bureau ot education at Hydaburg,
Alaska. Mr. Hansomo Is completing
arrangements to enroll a number of
Hydah Indians In tho college of fish-
lories at tho University of Washington
and nt private schools. A number
also will be placed In Industrial
plants near hero as ameans ot gain
ing practical knowledgo.
Mr. Hansomo says cltlxens of tho
vlllago ot Hydah have 25 gas boats
worth about $6,000 each, and to p-
Irerate and repair these boats tho me
chanically Inclined native boys are
coming here to learn modern meth
ods ot repair, welding and construc
Tho Hydaburg Indians are among
tho most progressive Indians In
Alaska. Tho student body ot the
government schooljjublleh tholr own
newspaper as well as arrange lee-
turos In English and science ui
business practice. The natives boast
ot a co-operative store and sawsslU.
iHydabarg soon will have a co-OfSMw
atlvo cannery and SB electric light
A classified -Ad will sell It.
Res. Phone 531-R 133 N. 4th Si.
Army Has New "Eyes."
Army engineers are said to have de
veloped n new OP1' "f searchlight,
mounted on a rubber-tired trailer that
can bo pulled grout dlsfiinces by n mo
tortruck which promises to bo u greet
aid In nntl-iilrcraft operations. It Is
a 00-Inch light of tho "dlshpnu"
type, yet weighs but 700 pounds as
against tho old light of this site, which
weighed 0.0P0 pounds.
Tho cost of the new light nlso hni
been reduced, being about n quarter
of thu cost of, the tlrst light, which
had n glass mirror that wns not only
very heavy hut nlso difficult to innnu
facturc. The new light has n mirror
of thln'molal with n bucking of re
enforced concrete. This construction
Is snld to promise excellent results.
A llttlo girl who wns lu tbo Imblt of
bringing ten cents to Sunday school,
heard the superintendent tny that each
child In her department had been ap
portloiud six cents a Sunday for the
centenary. Upon reaching home she
ran to her mother and said : "Mother,
Mr. M. says we needn't bring but
six cents to Sunday school now. You
know, that's llvu cents for Sunday
school and the war tax." -Zlon's
Motor Dussts to Holy Land.
"Tho Kaimillah company of Jeru
salem nnd Now York." says Shipping,
"recently, shipped several motor
truck fitted with special omnibus
bodies to accommodate 23 passengers,
tho first of their kind ever sent to Pal
estine." So the holy city will soon
begin to look llko Fifth avenue I The
day of the cunlel Is passing, remarks
the Outlook. ' ,
- His Guide Book.
"1 must look In the book to set
whero I'll go on my vacation."
"You mean a resort directory!"
'No, my bank trook." -Iluffalo Ex-
. U If.
Contort fleanliness Reasmabk Rates
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The Central Hotel
IN 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-r-A GOOD BED, A CLEAN
ROOM, PERFECT VENTILATION. THESB 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 HADE TO PERMANENT
ROOMERS. NO BETTER SPRINGS, MATTRBSS
' OR BEDDING ARE MADE THAN THOSE FOUND
AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
J. J. KELLER, Manager. '
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