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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUMDAY, OCtOBHI IS, lMf
I'AWB, Bept.( 10. (Ily Mall)
"War lo a finish tins Imcn ilrclarml
naulnst tlio rat by tbo hrxlona com
mlMlan of I'nrl. Tho commission
wn imlinst Id lonfn from n report
roud In It by I'rofonnor llordjm, that
thuro worn 8,000,000, rata lo the
The itxtnrinlniitlmi of tho rata I
to liu iiccompllslieil hy nll'tha wcnp
unit known In rat wurfaro, and tlir
nimimlnn will ho hoth offcnslvn nntl
iliifi'iislvii. Tho offonnlyn weapon nro
lino of luictitrlnl product or tlwiil-'
ly mlrrotw likely to cniiso nplilamlc
anionic tho cutn. polaonr, asphyxiat
ing Kiio In I ho sewer for unvnrnl
h(Mirn nt n tlmn repealed wt Inlcrvnl
III t llllt rrilinnrllnn I.'nfn.iifr llnv.
Ja warn rat trapper not to mnkej
hoforn nuttlnn their trap a tho rat
hold tohieco In abhorrence. A prom
I ti in of two tou I to lie paid for
each rat killed by hunter,
Tho ilofcn.ilve campaign will be
conducted by rat proofing houe and
by sottlns; tho garbage can on tho
nldowalk .only m few minute pre
vlou to tho arrival of the inrbann
automobile,' o that rat cannot feed
on their content over night.
Many pessimistic voice i wcro heard
In tho hygiene commliilon a to the
chance of aucco In ridding Pari
of tho rat nulsnnro, especially after
Professor Ilordnn had explained that
the Pari rat could hoint of n family
treo dating back to the early en nt ur
ic of tho Christian era, having mill-
grnted lo Krance frnm thn near oun!
with' tho early (Inlanders.
"HhcIi arlntocratn nro bound to put
up n stiff fight for their prlvlluKo,"
mild a humorous member of tho com
(lurmnn nro paying leu tnn-n per
capita than cltltena of (I rent Ilrl-Inln.
(IRANI) HAINT IIKItNAIlD, Swit
zerland, Hept. 14. (Ily Mall)
Haven hundred visitor arrived at the
Balnt llernard Monnstory In one da
recently, most of them In costly mo
tor can or hired taxlcaba, and ked
the charitable monk for refreth-
mnnt, There woro many American
and KnglUhmon among thorn.
It ha beon tho cuitom of the
monk for many centurlb novor to
demand any payment for hospitality,
tho depnrtlng guest dopoaltlng in a
collection box at tho entrance of tho
monaatory, whatever amount they
wlnli n a voluntary! offering-
Tho monk received tho 700 vial
tor, to whom thuy upplled n warm
auppcr Including wine, whllo omo
of them olvctlng to ronuln there for
the night wero provided with bod.
id gucam having departed next
morning, tho trenaurcr-monk opened
the collection box nt tho gnte. He
found lfi franc In It.
mo m: jankiko, Bopt. n. (iiy
Mall.) Tho proposal to Institute ah
annual Thanksgiving day In Ilrazll,
a provided for In a measure now
before tbe national senate, ha re
sulted In many lively discussion In
that body and continue to bo the
subject of lengthy editorials In the
local pre, Tho measure name De
cornier 25 a Thanksgiving day, but
an amendment ha been presented
making the dato the first Sunday In
Janunry, The U wns originally sug
gested by a Catholic nrchlblshop. On
first rending, It was nominally ap
proved by tho'senatc.
Arguing Hint the constitution ox
proudly prohibited recognition of or
special favor to any one creed, the
objector nllcged that tho mcasuro
had come from tho Catholic church,
that It passing nto law would In
aoino degree give recognition to tflat
church, and that the dnte proposed
as a national festival was essentially
of n religious significance.
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