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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1920)
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MARK.. ' 5
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
LONG DEVOTED TO POTTERY
Chinese Town Una Been the Center of
tlio In'Juttry for Oeventeen
I tfeteiileen hundred yenrs ngo ttio
Chinese i'iiii-iM begun work In Klugin
cheng, fur tin- (mm, now mm of Dm
I largest lounn In t In country, diilen
' fnilil tlm Mini dummy, when, iirconl-
lug Ip llio ii'cuiiIh, porrcluln wits llrnt
llllldll III nilllll, lllllliiUUll VfMMI-tH Of
eiirllirnuurc irn!.nliy were produced
i Muni! ceiiliirlf curlier. A liiru nml
lilrturesijtio limn ..f pollers It mill In,
In Judge Iiv I'riuik II. Lens's ilencrip
(Inn In .Mlllur.rn tt.-tlew. nml moil-
I ITtlly Illll'M-Ntlllk' lll'I'IHINI' Us iiroiliirt,
hitherto lnrKi'l t'ui.lliiM in ciiimi, will
no tlotilit finer more nml morn Into
wirlil initio with tin- prevent evel
opmi'iit of Iniermiilonnl eoiiiuierci'.
i They nill It n "town" In Chlnn Im
I cnllne, iillhougli s"mii V.Wfm people.
Ihu In II. It linn no wnll; practically
It In n cri'nt niiiniifiHiiirliiK city. wIiito
wn rehouses, shops, furnace" nml tho
homes of tln iM-iiplit nn nil Jumbled
1 together, ii H they luivi' come Into being
I during Hi" cenlurh-n, nml where, cen
tury ny century, tho Brent minimis of
cnlppul nml ilrfertUo pottery linvo
Kpiwn Ktetullly IiIkIkt nloim llio lianki
of tliu rher.
Nnnndny tliern urn it lenut 200
flnnn engiiKei) in tlio ocrupntlon, I'M
(Hittery kllnn. flm nrt nliop, nml
morn tlinn l'.f00 fonn fnclorlenj nml
of tho fKM),0i Intinhltnnti, nliout 'JW.
CHO Ihe ly Hit? iimniifncturo uml wile
of porcvlfllu nml pottery.
Calling Dick Dlrda.
In tlio io(ntntcl nreni of llolKlum
nml Northern franco (tin lilnU n
well n tlio liumnn IntinliltnntR lott
itielr lioineo. Tlielr next nml neat
Ine plnce were dentrnycd.
Now tliey linvo been lnlti-d liaclt;
for the nintler la not merely one of en
tlmeiir. Innoiniicli nn tin bird nre need
n In rnt the bug tbnt devour tho
With thla object In view, nren of
woodlnml nm IicIiik act nnldo nnd
inndu an nttrnctlvo ns ponnlhte to
fentbored cri-nturcn. It In expected
Hint by uch mrnn colonlea of blrdi
will soon be cttnbllfttied, nnd tbnt. with
proper protection, they will multiply
nnd become ni umncroui n ever be
Norway vrna thn flrat country to
WHALE BIT OFF TOO MUCH
Attonpt to Make a Meal of Paclflo
Cable Proved End of Spor
Tho direct dcxceidntit of tho wlinlo
Hint NWiilloued .loniili Miippcl bin Inme
Hill IhrotiKh tbu trnmiull wnKrx or the
I'ikIIIc. off Muxlco. Il wiih limiKry
hwiiKry for n nnw nenantlon. All tho
thrllln In tbnt neck of tho oi-enn were
on Intnl. wbero tins .Mexlcnim wer con
iierln Mexico, Idly lin nhot n cnlumti
of n ndr throiiKh bin nono Into tho nlr.
Wlm t with Ihu milmmrlncn out of the
ien. life hml Init nil rent for n whnle.
Tim ftiihiiinrliio Iden flnnli-i1 IhrotiKh
III brnln mid llrliled IiIn iiiiibcrKrlK.
Wlint n Jolly Inrk. to bo aurel Me
would dive below nnd aenro the unit
ccr nnd octopu Into a fit. Down be
Now, tliii All-Atnercnn Cnble com
puny, which took over tho Mexlcnn
Telcurnph coippnny, has nomo vnlu-
Inlilc nibher-woiind copper wires ly
Ine nn tho bottom of tho ocenn off
Mexlcnn hrndlnndi. They met the
Knzii of our hero.
lie nclr.i'd thn Ionic thins In hi
mouth. It Muck. History linn noer
recorded ntiy whnlo who over attempt
ed to ent n Pacific cnblo nnd cot nwny
with It. Our hero wnn no exception,
lie MriiKcled, nnd flnnlly wound blm
elf up In fcternl tlioinnnd dollars
worth of Interrupted ineMSRen. When
tho cnble repnlr nhlpi bovo to nnd
crnpplcd for the cnble to find out what
hnd Interrupted cotnmunlcntlon be
tween Vera Cnu nnd Vnlpnrnlso,
Chile, they drncKcd to the aurfneo n
very dend whnle, wound up In fey
rnl hundred fict of hopcleasty com
Chief Kniflneer Jnmea Mownt, wfio
went nhnre, nnij Uvea In New York.
Miy. thli la the tlmt whnlo ho ever
benrd of Hint tried to ent n cnble. And
uther member of the crew of hi ahlp
vouch for tlio atory.
LONG A BRITISH POSSESSION
Island of Dermuda Colonized Eight
Years Defore the Mayflower.
Galled From England.
The lalnnd of IJennudn wna dlacov
ercil In 151.1 by a Spnnlnrd, Juan de
Itormudez. Nenrly 100 year Inter nn
IlriKllab vemcl with Vlrctnla colonlsta
wna shipwrecked on the lalnnd.'whlch
bnd been known na tbe Isle of Devlin
liernuae of the terrific atormi on Its
const, nnd had been shunned. Ad-
jnlrnl Sir George Romcrn. IcadlnK tbe
Vlrslnlnnn, dlel. Ills body wna tnken
bark to Knclnnd, where tlio colonists
told tbe wonders of tho Island. The
Vlrctnla company determined to colo
nize tho hlanda. and had Its chnrter
nmended to Include Island! within 300
lencues of Virginia. As a result. fX)
colonists wero sent out In 1013. eight
years before the Mayflower sailed.
Ijvtcr the Virginians sold their rights
to n Bermuda company, which so sub
Tcrted tho Inhsbltnnts that they formed
a pnrllnment nnd fought fo their
rights. Three branches of govern
ment were devised, llegulntlons wero
most severe, ond penalties wero of tho
most extreme nature.
Won His Honors Worthily.
Tlrst Sergeant Dan Daly, undoubt
edly tho best-known man In all the
services, with tho exception of Ser
geant Vork of Argonno fame, has been
placed on thev.nnctlo list of tho Ma
rine corps reserve. Daly won two
medals of honor for valor In the Boxer
rebellion nnd In tho capture of Fort
lllvlcrc. In Haiti, nnd Is said to be tho
only mnn In nil tho services who holds
two medals of honor. In tho world
war his feats of exceptional bmcry
won for him the mcdnlllc mllltnlronnd
tho croIx do guerre from France nnd
tho distinguished service cross from
General Pershing. Ills passing from
tho nctlo list to ncccpt a ponltlon
with n prominent bunking house In
New York removes from tho ninrlnes .
t . Mt.SoMi.mi.1. .il attn mfil '
of tho eld
Artificial Wool Not Much Good.
Widespread Interest having been ,
tnken In n new nrtlflclnL wool, nn ex-
bnustlvo Investigation Into the prop- '
crtles nnd merits of tbe fiber has been '
mndo by Prof. F.ber Mldgley, bend of
tho department of textile Industries of (
tho Bradford Technical college, nmi
United States Consul A. S. Ingram or
Bradford, stimtnnrlt.es his conclusions
nbnut as follews:
Tho now fiber Is unsnltnblo for use
In spinning ynrn on tbe worsted prin
ciple. It being lucking In uniformity of
llnmnter utronolll nnd elasticity.
When blended with puro wool the re-1
suit Is an uneven ynrn.
Subduing the Hookworm.
Efforts of tho campaign ngnlnst the
bookworm In Jamaica conducted by
tbe government nnd nn expert, for the
Rockefeller foundation already nre
felt. In Vcro, ono of the largest
sugar contcrs of tho colony, tho la
borers now work six dnys n week,
whereas formerly they woro ablo to
work only three. On account of
their Improved physical condition
largo numbers of tho workers are
leaving Jamnlca to work In tho cnue
fields In Cuba.
"Dead Men's Club."
Tho formation of n Dend Men's club
out of tho 2,000 ex-servlco men who,
while living, nro ofllclnlly listed ns
killed lu action Is n probability, It was
learned nt nntlonnl heudqunrters of
tho American legion. Wllllum Wnrt
of Akron, O., ono of tbu "casualties,"
who wns gassed nnd left on the field
In Plcnrdy, has suggested the forma
tion of such an organization.
I'ORT AU PKINCE Nov 20
(Uy Mnll) Klndlnc wltnossen nc
timlly Involved In reported Indls
cnminnto Killings of natives', nnd
othorn with first-hand knowlcdgo of
mlscondifct on tho pnrt of tho Amor-
Icnn army of occupation wns a task
which considerably delayed tho na
tal hoard, invcstlgatlnc; charges
nRalnsl American marines In Haiti
during tho first wcuk of Its stay at
i-ori au I'rinca.
Major Josso F. Dyor, Judgo advo
coto, admitted that It was a dlffl
cult Job. Many persons, who profes
sod to bavo Information camo for
ward to bo questioned, hut It scon
doroloped, it was said, that most
of their testimony was hearsay,
which, of courso, was oxcluded. In
tho taopo of speeding up tho pro
ceedings, Mayor Dyer mndo a trln
liy nlrplnno to Interior points'' to In-
torvlow natives and marines, many
or wnoni wero summoned hero,
i ravm nrrntf ihn mnuninii..
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slow and tedious, howover. and sen
sions or tho court woro held up un
til tnoy could arrlvo.
Moanwhllo, Roar Admiral Henry
T. Mayo Indlctated that tho court
would bo extremely patlont, as
membors rcnlUod that tho Judgo
nuTocaio camo nero without op
portunity b'oforo hand of working
up nis case, only two wltnosses
wero oxamlned during tho first
wcok, Major Thomas C. Turner.
cbtof of staff, and President Dart
Iguenavo, of Haiti. It was by tho
testimony of Major Turner that tho
court dovclopcd tho fact that slnco
tho Intensive campaign agalnH han-
atts was begun In October, 1919,
a total of 1,132 natives had been
killed In actual combat. This num
ber met death, according to Major
Turner, In 198 engagements.
How many wero killed from tho
tlmo tho marines camo In until Oc
tober last year could only bo deter
mined by a careftil Inspection of
records, largely Incomploto, and now
In Washington, tho witnesses ex
plained, although be added that
Urigadlcr General Harnett's esti
mate of 2250 was "undoubtedly ex
aggerated." About tho most that tho court
may bo ablo to recommend Is trial
by courtmartlal of possibly half a
dozen marines".' Its "observations"
woro requested and may prove of
value, but primarily It was sent
hero to ascortaln what truth thoro
Is In charges that men guilty of vlo -
Order Your Suit Now
Prices of Woolens have been reduced Per- X
feet fit guaranteed. Prompt delivery.
Your inspection invited.
CHAS. J. CIZEKy
T,NY ' .p a - .puttering
J flame then a raging furnace
o heat and destruction; another
own or pernaps a whole city deso-
i.eds wined completely off the
earth; victims of the red scourge!
When will It stop?
By some weird schedule, yet with
remarkable accuracy, fate and fire
ntrk thtlr nath and it's usually
across the inflammable roofs of a community. And what is to
halt the progress of roof-to-roof fires unless buildings are cov
ered with roofings which resist fire and stop its spread?
Such roofings are of Johns-Manville Asbestos, a mineral which
satisfies every roofing requirement as to durability, economy
and fire protection.'
ASBESTOS ROOFING WILL PROTECT
Asbestos, the base of Johns-Manville Asbestos Roofings, is
a fireproof mineral which will not ignite though heaped with
blazing brands. It is not harmed by water, oil or ordinary
acids and alkalies; and it never needs paint
Johni-Manvllle Aibtitoi rocfias are mide la many forms so thsl now everj
bulldlof can ha-e the erottttlon t naads. . Johni-MaavtUe Staodjrd and
Coloiblende Asbestos SMnitta tor homes i Arteitos Readr-o-Uy ,-on
lor sloping root decks t Asbestos Built-up RooBaa for flat root surfaces and
Corrugated Asbestos KooHnc lor skeleton Irene bulldlnit. ,.,i..
Ask us about the Johns-MaavlUe policy ol rool registration which contlause
their responsibility unUl you get the service promised.
TO UtAlEMi W ere tke satheriied dUtrtkaUre ! this . tenttsnr fee
J'kBfKin-llle -Mtnse ud kalUtDg mstsrUU. ,Ak as ekes tke sdrsaUees
te yen ta fculUas tkls splendidly ad-srUisd Uss.
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
Mo.mvv, ji:oi:.Miir,u o, wao.
lonco and brutnllty tawnrd nntlves
nro nevor brought to trial.
LITTLE DISCOURSE OF WORTH!
Short Sermon Not Delivered From
Pulpit, but Desnrvlng of Youth's
On Vnnlty l!oy, It Rives mo connld
ernblo pain when I (Uncover Hint you
nre putting on aim nnd endeavoring
by the wny you walk nnd tittle to lin
jirensj people, with your own Importance-.
For nn I sen life It In no par
ttculnr credit to tho duck Hint swims,
or to the Mingblrd Hint sings; where
foro should tho young man who has
been endowed with brnln rnnko boast
Hint ho uses them? Tlmt which Is
natural to mnn should In no wny bo
uindn to nppenr unnatural.
Don't stmt nnd po.e, ns one tlmt Is
better Uinn nnother. For In whnt la
natural to you, you mny excel, but
what Is natural to another would
rnnko yvm nppenr ridiculous. Tho nc
tor boasting because ho acts would
bo like a llsli mnklng much of tho
fact that bo can live under water.
Tnko this tip from me tnko pride
In your work, but bo not proud Hint
It Is you who accomplishes It. It Is
one thing to deservo praise, but an
other to Insist on getting It. And keep
this truth forever In mind, slnco one
mnn Is given tho gift to piny tho vio
lin, and another to wrlto nnd another
to pnlnt nnd still others nro endowed
with strength for heavy tasks, nnd'
others to Iny brick for houses, ho who
docs his best In tho work ho Is fitted
to do linn no right to lord It o-cr his
neighbor who la serving tho world In
his way. To brag tlmt you lime brains
and uso them Is like bragging tbnt
you linvo lungs which inhale nod ex
bnlo and ejes tbnt seo nnd a heart
that beats. Detroit Frco Press. .
Production of gasoline showed a big
Increase during the first quarter of
this yenr. l.OSa-fi.'.OOO gallons being
produced as compsred with S03-W5,-Vl
gallons during the snmo period n
jenr ago. Consumption Increased
about Wl per cent during the quarter,
nnd exports about 12 per cent. Good
rich Travel and Transport Bureau.
Mary A. Llrermore, tho centom-
nlal of whoso birth Is soon to bo eel
obratcd, attained a greter success In
tho lecture field than any other
American woman. As a lecturer sbo
traveled over 25,000 miles annual
ly, visiting every state In the union.
and also England and Scotland. Her
lecture topics Include historical, bio
graphical, political, religious, and re
I Six hundred women were execu-
ted In. Franco for witchcraft In