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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Tb Evening Herald
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rajsabii ten, aeaat saaaay, by
lItaMM PabHaalat Company et
mmSiwiaa, at 111 Jwarth Strt.
WmpmU at tka aa
as. Mia, Owl, far t
Ac at Rhus-
i la Mtelutvab
tela1 UUtiNlH raftaallaatlo
at saw aiapsrsnsa arwart to it.
United Kingdom porta with part car
"Doforo tho wnr tho Unltod King'
tlom was tho carrier for hnlt tho
goods ot tho world," mid tlm ship
ping ninn. "Our shnro Im now ubout
ono-thlrd. Tho Unltod Bute hlch
before the wgr. owned i nominal
amount ot tonnngo Is now oar chief
competitor and swallows much
freight that would othorwlso be car
ried In Ilrltlsh holds. Operating costs
are tremendouail.N.sO NDx-o.l HO
are tremendously high, the coal Item
being one of the biggest factor.
G1KT TO OKItMAN HCOOIi '
I1KHLIN, Oct. 16. (Br Mall)
The mayor of Frankfurt haa announc
ed that an endowment ot 1.5C,000
marks haa been nra.de to the Frank
fart unlTersltjr. by James Spryer, a
New York banker, tn mentor of his
deceased sister, Mrs. Kduard Belt
Von 8peyer. , ,
Wilhelm Still Bays
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AM ERGON. Oct. 18. (By
Mall) Ta "Made In Oeraaay"
alga Is still a fetish to the former
German Kmperor. Though a It re
ported to feel that his country treat-
ad bis shamefully, neverthetars he
continues to buy for himself and his
little court at Doom Qermaa goods,
sent direct from Berlin when rossl
ble, notwithstanding the fact'that he
has been In Holland nearly two years,
This was most recently demonstrated
lpa are leaving London and ether when. In furnishing the little hospl-
aa alaa tka latal aawa paa-
British Freight '
, Rmtms Taki Drop
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LONDON, Oci: 17. (By Mall)
That aaa b big drop la freights
aarlag tka past few months, a ship
a4a aatfcorfiy has Informed the Hv
rpaol Past: Taking the rajirket all
waa ka said, freights have fallen
ky aboat SO .per cent since the be
tfaalag of the year. This situation
la attribated to the Increase in the
world's shipping tonnage and the
laaai-al scarcity of goods for export
MOST EVERYBODY SEEMS TO THINK THE GAME IS ALL OVER
Hotel Famrture lor Sale
Infarewshnif our .hold we bought more fur
niture than we used. We are now offering '
the surplus at just what it cost us, plus the
rretgfct. 'As it was' bought in carload, lets,
.the freight is at rcfclc bottom. We have
for sale: ? ,
10 Simmons 2-inch4ubular steel beds
10 Simmons double coil, reinforced springs
9 yards 36-inch rubber matting
I dozea Wthsn half-iallon pitchers '
Water tumbler .As-
mBbmui Ofpspsners .
all new. havinsr
mstunpiched. and may be seen in the
looby ofthe hotel. They are offered at
mat make them real bargains., ,
t CENTRAL HOTEL
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tal William aa had built here.aa a
Memorial of kls stay la Araercmgen,
he bad practically every stick' ot far
altar aad other equipment sent'
from Berlin.'' ' 1 i
la revenge. It is said here, Dutch
iradeaatea with ,wkrmlgovratje
tradesmen with whom tka call baa
to deal at Doom, aad also the work
'aaa .whom he Jus to eagsge from'
tlm to time, charge film all that the
trifle will bear.
Three hundred clubs, ara expected
to take part la' the Ohio aUte bowl-:
lag toaraaateat to be keld at Dayton'
la the late winter.
Frank! Barns, the popular Jer-
My City featherweight, .will ptoaably
a mauaaa to aseet rai Moor Inj
sVffiJfaiAn fljitiaaA tlmmAmm lea tKsa iAsJf
""waa aiea a mm mu HMI
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EUCAK OLD PETE:
Just wotwd th ob aweriait 4aw of
aajrUfal Siac rly thla moraiasr, whan I
fot aa invitation to vtait.R. J. Ktynolda
'obacco Co. factories, lv UsfllB th
' Biidat of milliona of Camel cifarettag.,
Man the happiest idea you or Xtver .
had aa to the size of this Reynold! enter
prise, or, the number of Camels manufac
tured daily, is simply piker-stuff t Wipe
off the slate and start fresh t Why Pete,
it seemed to me like a couple of those cigarette-making
machines could keep half the
nation smoking Camels steadily BUT
honest to goodness, there are hundreds of .
these machines batting out Camels at the "
rate of 27,000 an hour EACH!
Pete, you wouldn't have to consult a guide ,
book to know you were in the Camel fac
tories! The atmosphere is charged with,
that wonderful aroma you get when you
open up a deck of Camels I And, you know,
old elephant you've had a trunk full I
As the Camels dropped into the contain
ers I figured the delight each one would
supply I And, how Camels mellow, mild
body would hit the right spot and how
Camels refreshing flavor would cheer up
some smoker's jaded appetite! And, each
Camel free from any unpleasant cigaretty
aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor I
Pete I'll have to lav off and lirht an-
other Camel i Write you some more soon.
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If the Wood Dealer
errlee. Imat seaad M
Well, aMsea.s w4 aeais aaM eanie ssjNesd of
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now ye, aajr aa aaaeh Mastt, aWnmgk asur arrnrsVag to
a tk s ssi I us la aerfatwseel far wa kv i
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L.yiLwM . aO rfWrtsat aarrlc, ft to Ik
atai mt this eeasaaaa a kan k .-.-. ,
auMLukt H fyly awiavaam, r atw jltisllsflst shit it
a tf jra kav aa saafiatlnas to
aslvwa f ikesa m earsaas la eaaat
y aa tat aa tk Iwstiaansi t m
w wlU asaSbr avail
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
I'Lsrivl Irflft Yours joyously " "5:,
JaVV TfyeaaaJaL-JpK -
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YOU RECEIVE WHAT YOU ORDER
in our.restaurant. Our service is equal in every
way to the high quality of tfood we serve. At
all times you are assured of obtaining an appe
tizing meal in an environment that is extremely, '
pleasant. 4Let us serve your next meal! Every-'
f thing in season at popular prices. . -
TESTS MEAT FOR SWEETNES-T
Olfsetiry Nirvss ef the "Ham amelk
er Must Be Always at Thslr
h Keenest. 1
To.lhe long list of unusual occupa
tlons'by wlilrli men lire, tlirro must be
adilvd that of the "Itntu smeller" In a
pncklng bouse. Ills duty Is to Inspect
meat, products and Judo of tlietr
lae hata smeller's only tools ara a
long steel trier and his nose, lie
stands In a barrel to keep his clothes
from being soiled by the dripping
brlnt, and the hams ara brought to
him by workmen. A ham Is laid be
fore him, aud he plunges bis sharp
pointed trier Into It, withdraws It and
(Tames It swiftly beneath his noes. Th
trier always goes down to the knuckle
' la testing meat In that manner the
man with the trier judges by the
slightest shade of, difference between
the smell of one piece of meat ana
another. The smell ot the meat la al
most universally sweet, and that Is
what he smells; the slightest Ulnt or
deviation from the sweet smell la
therefore appceclable. It Is not th
degree of taint that he eapecta to And,
.but,,tlie slightest odor that Is not
When he detects sn odor he throws
the meat aside, and If It Is not un
wholesome. It Is sold aa "rejected"
meat, hut If It Is Islutrd It goes to th
rendering tank. Tho linm tester smells
meat from 7 o'clock In the morning
until 0 at night, nnd his seme must
never become Jsded or Inexact, or bis
usefulness would be at an end.
Ham testing Is not a pursuit dan
gerous to the health, as tea testing I
supposed to be, but the hsm smeller
with a cold In his head Is for the tlm
being like a plsno plsyrr who bss lost
bis anns lu a raltwuy wreck.
HAS MANY IMPORTED TREES
Ne Other Country In the WeriS Bald
" t Psssess Such a Variety aa
The I'ortagucve boss! of their forest
st IU is co, where there are over two
hundred kinds of Imported trees In foil
aaa glgsatle growth. Bat there ls.ao,
other country In the whole world
'wtier so msny varieties of ' Imported
trees flourish aa In the British kales,
aad Kew haa specimens of nearly all
em. .Not only original, or, rather.
varieties are to b seen at
but others which owe their being
cunning of sasn. The latter are
graft-hybrids of eitraonllaary Interest.
In the fttr 1820 a French garewaer
crafted a purple-flowered rytlsas aa a
laburnum stork. A braacn developed,
wMca produced flowers Intermediate
betwra the stock and the scion. Ton
caase a specimen ef this hybrid
among the laburnums. It bear not
only the hybrid flowers but also flow
era and leaves rfcaractarisUc of acta
Haareots; ,Tk Laburnum Aaassl la.
Its name. In another case a union be
tween th common thorn and th
taacUar haa produced a similar Strang
reJt ''Three separate types of
araarh. flower, aad fruit are , a
sv oa th same bush. tseatraal
Rift Oil 'lee.
The principle of th rifled Igaa as
aaatlea t pips for pumping ett. Th
end oil of California Is mostly sates,
vIsrMa aad dMcalt to pump tlsraaga
loag Haas. Heating cannot be ac
eesefully applied to a loag pipe, aad
sslxlag with water results la aa eeaul
sioa' from which the ell cannot b
readUy separated. Th best means f
dealing with the viscous oils Is by
sseaaa of a pipe rifled on th Inside.
so Ihst the oil, mixed with about 10
per cent of water, la caused to whirl
rspldly, The water, being heavier than
the oil, seeks the outside snd forms a
Ibln film, Khlcli .lubricates the plpo
for the paiingo of tho oil. The friction
Is thus so far reduced that IIm oil tins
been pumped rsslly through n lino
thirty-one miles long. The water nnd
the oil cninn out entirely sepnrnto at.
the end of tho line.
Why He Liked That Club.
nrct llnrlt',' thouch ho wns the his
torloOvuf the "Argonauts of 1840." had
no real luo of jnchtlng. Yet his fav
orite resort during the lint years of his
life wns the lloynt Thmnes Yacht
club, llo was once questioned about
It, and explained:
"I licicr ukc a club until I am llnut
of my work, and want relief from IL
ir I go to a literary club I am asked
all sorts of .questions as to what I am
doing, and my views on somebody
else's last book, and to these I am ex
pected to reply at length.
"Now, ay (,-ood frlonds In Alb,
marl street talk of their yachts, doat
want my adlce about them, are gd'
nongh to let me listen, awl I easa.
away refreshed by their convarsatJaa.'"
Mlstsks Mad by Manx.
We have no right to presusa aasa.
the good offices of good angels. later
est la our affairs does not follow aa a' ,
matter of uccesslty. There are raaa
sands of needy people In the world as
deserving or perhaps moro so than
we or, who will appreciate kindness
morethan we will, The natural thing'
will be for good angels to serve them.
And why not The day of divine
right has pnsued. Men ure free to nd-,
dross themselves to whomsoever they
will. And It's natural also to lvo '
service whtrro jt will be appreciated
most. So If the ifiMirt nnaxlB m-u mil
tumbling over each other tn nnswer
your appeals, ymrie noi a mHinhle