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Wednesday, February' o, 1021.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, QHEGON
The Evening Herald
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FIIEI) BOULH -.j
, Published dally oxcopt8unday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Stroot.
Entered at tho postottlco nt Kin
math Falls, Oro., for transmission
through tho" malls as socond-closs
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY , 1IM1.
Drive to Portland
'Although ono can drtvo a car from
K,tanuith Falls to Portland In tho
dead ot winter, It Is not a trip that
possesses an appeal that makes you
want to do It twlco, writes T. A.
HInuto, a guest at tho Central hotel
' for sovoral weeks, wllo drove from
hero to Portland about ton days ago.
In a letter to Guy Oarrett, manager
of tho Central, ho describes tho trip.
Tno first day out ho made Klam
ath Hoi Springs, tho next day Grants
'I'ass, tho third day Cottago Grove
and tho fourth, Portland. Barring a
couplo of times when tho car was
stuck in tho snow on Topsy grade
and had to bo shoveled out, tho trip
was without hindrance Smith's hill,
on tho highway, was worso than Top
sy, said Illnote, but ho did not get
stuck. 'Just out of Grants Pass thero
la a stretch of bad road, but othor
wlso tho highway was clear sailing.
yALC re3HTi'. AlA- RlSHTJU
I'l- TAUCi 1'c-t- TALK'S.'
VvHAT Vo You WANT MB'to Vf
'CASING FOR KLAMATH OIL
COMPANY'S WELL IS'lIfeRB.
Flttcen hundred feet of casing for
tho Klamath Oil company well on tho
Manning ranch' has arrived here,
and It will bo Installed in tho well
as soon as possible. Drilling opera
tions at this well haro been suspend
ed pending tho arrival of tho casing,
a depth ot 1C92 feet having been
reached. Noll Campbell, manager of
tho Klamath Oil company believes
that tho strong gas pressure at the
well Is ovjdcnce that the arrival ot a
gustier is imminent, ana interest in
developments at tho well has been
revlvod with the arrival ot the cas
QLO REGIME IS
II RULE IS
SOUGHT By THE
Recent real estate transfers In
cludo tho eale ot a small houso at
Sixth and Grant streets by Harvey
Gflbralth to James McCrank. The
consideration was ?400. C. R. DoLap
and Oscar Shlvo havo sold lots 1 and
2 In Falrvicw addition to R. H. Yaw
man. Gcorgo DIchn has sold lots 7
and 3. block 23, North Klamath Falls
addition, to J. L. Duller, for 17G.
Frank Dickey has purchasod lot 4 In
block 8 ot Falrvlow addition from O.
A. Hilliard tor 350.
Tho Episcopal Guild will meet in
the parlors of tho Presbyterian
church tomorrow attornoon at 2:30,
and as urgent business will bo dis
cussed, all members aro asked to bo
LONDON, Jan. 10. (ny Mall).
WcBtvAfrica Is tho latest country to
soek homo rule. A mission, represen
tative ot educated opinion in Urltlsh
West Africa, has arrived horo to urgo
upon tho Colonial Office a number
of reforms In tho Internal adminis
tration ot tho four West African col
onies and protectorates, Siurr.i Lcono,
tho Gojd Coast, Nigeria and the Gam
bia, says tho London Times.
Tho Mission has been tent to this
country by tho National Congrcj nt
Dritlsh West Africa, and seeks In tho
first placo the creation if a legisla
tive council which will bo composed
one-halt of members chosen by the
crown and on-half ot msmbors elect
ed by tho people, and for a house of
assembly which would havo complete
control ot tho rovonuo and Mpondl
turo. As to local government, tho mis
sion urges that municipal corpora
tions should bo established In each
ot tho principal towns 'of tho colon
ics. Tho Judicial system ot British West
Africa, In particular Nigeria, Is criti
cized by tho mission which states
that at present "It is tho practice to
appoint to judicial offices Europeans
(-who havo not received any legal
training and who aro not competent
to exorcise judicial function!."
Among other suggested reforms
they seek: Tho establishment ot a
West African University; tho remov
al of tho color bar In tho West Afri
can medical servlco and tho Intro
duction of Immigration laws to pro
vent tho influx of undeslrablo aliens
to British West Africa.
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Blame Women For J?
LONDON, Jan. 13. (By Mall)
Tho wives of prominent Bulgarian
politicians and generals aro bolng
called to account by tho -Bulgarian
government whonovor it is proved
that their influenco" over tholr hus
bands has caused a political or mili
tary disaster to tba nation.
Tho wives of several public mon
and goncrala havd already bcon rando
rosponslblo by tho Bulgarian gov
ernment for the disastrous results of
tbo war owing to tho Influenco thoy
exorted over tholr husbands, says tho
newspaper Atro, published In Sofia.
It Is bollovod In Sofia, that tho
senttmonts of a numbor of Bulgarian
women caused a movement for a
greater Bulgaria, which Influenced
Bulgaria to enter tho war on tbo sldo
of tho Central Powers,
RRINDELL GETS SENTENCE
FROM FIVE TO TEN YEARS;
NEW YORK, Feb, 0. Robert P,
Brlndell, president ot tbo building
trades council, convicted of extortion
from buildors, was sentencod today to
servo from five to ten years In prison.
PUN TO KILL
BERLIN, Jan. 13. (By Mall)
German radical disciples ot what Is
called "Red Russian terrorism," who
say thoy aro planning to ovorturn
tho present Gorman government and
establish a proletariat dlstatorshlp,
openly announce that they have
drawn up lists ot "capitalists and
undesirables" who shall bo killed
when tho revolution begins.
Ono ot theso men, a hotel waiter,
who calls himself a "precinct load
er," complained tho other day that
hU list Included "nearly evorybody
around hero" who has Influenco,
property or money. Ho said, a "su
perior" canio to him ono day and
road a Hat of names, and announced
theso woro to bo tho "proclnct lead
er's" quota when tho killing began
Tho waiter declared ho acknowl
edged "orders" hut thought tho pro
gram was being carried too tar.
A leador In this proclnct I am
oxpoctcd to kill a lot of folks when
tho revolution gets underway," he
said. "My list Is certainly big on
ough. What do you think about
Apparently his opinion ot his or-
dors was vbry low, but whon askod
if ho would carrjr thorn out if op
portunity offered he moroly laughod.
Radicals of tbo most pronouncod
tendencies toward revolution and
destruction may bo encountered
ovorywhero. Thoy appear nulto
proud of tho fact that Germany to
day Is "a land of tho frcestvpcoch
on earth," and sometimes .nsk what
would happon to mon who preached
their doctrino In tho Unltod States.
Frequently thoy aro students, car
rying along with tholr toxtbooks all
sorts of radical lltoraturo. Thoy dis
cuss tholr "pluns" with great lib
erty. Ono of thorn, a small, mild
mannered porson, of distinctly Sla
vic typo, said It would bo necessary
to kill many pooplo during tho noxt
revolution In order to impress upon
tho bourgeolslo that thoy "meant
"Thoro will bo piles ot' doad in
tho streots," hodoclared. "Wo'll just
havo to do it. Wo can't troat theso
bourgeolslo kindly, for thoy wouldn't
appreclato It. Wo'll'havo to Impress
thorn with our earnestness. Wo will
Una thorn up by tho scoro against
buildings on tho main streots and
shoot thorn. Wo will want all to neo
what wo'ro doing. That will throw
a wholosomo torror Into tho hearts
of tho reactionaries. Of courso, I
will do my sharo and If noccssary
will glvo my Ufa to tho causo."
Pollco authorities apparently aro
not much concorned about tho "rod
terrorism," for tholr policy Is to
permit tho radicals to have ' tholr
say, and go their way in peace. Ar
rests are vqry Infrequent.
PHILADELPHIA, Fob. 3 Cathor
lno M. Cox, who has just returned
from a yoar's rollot work tor the
American Friends Borvlco Commlttoe
(Quakorn), says that whllo sho was'
In Borlln a Gorman school tti.v.hor
took from tho walls ot tho school
portraits of tho former Emperor Wil
liam, Crown l'rlnco Frederick and
Flold Marshal Von Hlndonburg and
burned them In tho etoo.
Tho action was tho result ot n sug
gestion by Harold Evans, ot this city,
also a rollot worker who, In deliver
ing an addross In tho school, remind
ed tho instructor that tho Invporlnl
portraits woro remlnlscont of ttib old
Prussian ordor and antagonistic in
tho democratic spirit of modern Gor-
many. A tow days later ono of the
women councillors Informod tho ro
llot workers that tho portraits had
Miss Cox said thnt more than COO,
000 under-nourished German child
ren woro receiving ono hot meal a
day from tho American Friends Com
mltteo and tho Quakers plan to In
crease this numbor to 1,000,000 n
day during tho wlntor. Tho Prussian
children aro most gratotul, sho add
ed. "Whonovor wo glvo thorn chocolatu
puddlngwhlch Is tholr favorlto dish,
they glvo throo cheers for America,"
As an examplo ot their apprecia
tion, sho told of an Incident of a
German school teacher who wns try
ing to Instill In her scholars lovo and
rovorenco for tholr parents.
"Who Is It foods and clothes you?"
tho toacher askod, oxpqctlng tho par
ents to rocelvo tho credit.
"Tho Quakers,'.' camo tho shout
from SO childish throats.
EAT LESS MEAT
Poet Laureate Not
Speedy Enough to
'Suit British M. P.
LONDON, Jan. 20. (By Mall),
Robert Bridges, poet laurcato ot tho
British empire, Is to remain In that
offlco, dasplto a suggestion that ho
bo removed. His. fitness to do so was
questioned tho othor day In tbo houso
ot commons by Horatio Bottomloy,
who askod tho Promtor If Britain's
national bard had written any poetry
on tho war, on tho declaration ot
peaco or on tho unvolllng ot tho cono
tapb, and If not, "would tug prlmo
minister consider appointing a na
tional poot whose niuso was moro at
tuned to tho soul ot tho British na
Promlor Lloyd Gcorgo repllod that
"so far as ho was awaro, tho poot
laurcato had wrltton nothing about
tho events mentioned, but Mr. Brid
ges had written many poems during
'tho war, and It was not considered
necessary to m'ako any chango,
A wag In tho houso raised loud
laughtor by solomnly suggesting that
Mr. Bottomloy himself should tako
ovor tho Job.
When another m'ombor suggested
that Rudyard Kipling should bo of
forod tho post, thoro was a chorus of
Mr. Bridges was appointed Laure
ate by former Premier Asqultb, his
friend and admlror, In 1913.
Truck Breaks Speed
Record Down Grade
Ditches Jno. McCall
MEDFORD, Hugh Rankin, super
visor of tho Crater Lake national for
est, has just purchasod tho H. J, Dou
bleday homo on Qqnesee street, and
will movo In with his family at once.
John McCall, assistant postmnstor,
Is "all stovo up" m tho result of a
runaway with, an auto truck Sunday,
Nono of his Injuries aro sorlous how
oyor and ho is on tlio.Job as usual.
John wantod a load of sawdust to
lino bis garogo walls and Sunday
tho bettor tho day, etc. ho got a
truck and hauled up a load. Threo
others wero on tho truck with
Frank Wrist driving. At tho top ot
Third stroot, on tho roturn trip,
something went wrong with tho ma
cblno and tho party starlod on un In
voluntary coasting trip. It was a fast
rldo whllo It lasted. Thoy mado a ro
cord for tho flvo or six blocks. At tho
bottom, coming Into Klamath nvon
uo, the drlvor mado tho turn alright
but John was a victim' ot contrifugal
motren or maybe ho cannlly loapod
fearing tho truck would capslso, but
anyway bo landed In tho street re
ceiving a numbor ot brulsos that; still
loavo him stiff and soro, although es
caping serious hurt. Tho truck with
tho other 'occupants mado tho 'turn
SALEM, Extension of Jury eor
vice to women in Oregon as proposed
In a bill Introduced by Representa
tive Mrs, W!. S. Klnnoy," tho only
woman nvombor of tho Orogon legis
lature, was defoatod in tho houso by
a vote ot 34 to 23,
Tiiko m Gin of Halt to Flush
KldnojH If lUnddcr Bother
Eating meat regularly ovontually
produces kidney troublo In soma
form or othor. sayn a woll-known au
thorlty, bocauso tho urlo ncld In
moat oxolten thu kidneys, thoy bo
como ovorworkod; got sluggish;
clog up and cnuso all sorts ot dls-
trots, particularly hachncho and mis
cry In tho kidney roglon; rhoumn
tlo twlngos, novoro hondaohos, ncld
stomach, couatlpntlon, torpid llvor,
slooplossnoas, bladder and urinary
Tho moment your back hurls or
kldnoys aren't netlug right, or If
bladder bothora you, got about four
ounces ot Jnd Snlta from any good
pharmacy; tako a tnhloapoonful In
a glass of water bbforo'brcukfast for
a few days and your kidneys will
thon act flno. This fnmous snltB Is
mado from tbo odd ot grapes and
lemon Juice, comhlnod with llthln,
and tins boon used for generations to
flush cloggod kjdnoys and sllmulato
them to normal activity; nlso to
noutrallzo tho acids In tho urlno so
It no tongor Irritates, thus ending
Jad Salts cannot Injuro anyone;
makes n dsllghtful offorvoscont llth-la-water
drink which millions of men
and woman tako now and thon to
keep tho kldnoys and urinary or
gans cloan, thus avoiding sorlous
kidney disease Adv.
Refugee Priest to
Return to Russia
Colds Are Catching
Why suffer dlstrusti from,' a cnldT
A cold Impairs offlclonoy, makixi ono
feel gonornlly nil In, exposes otharn
mnl often loaves dangerous compli
cations, You can rid yoursolf nt a cold nan
lly and quickly by spending a tan
cents and taking prompt action. Rax
alt Laxative Aspirin (V, I). Co.) Cold
TubloU will do tho work, Thoy aro
composed ot Aspirin (U. I), Co.),
Acotanllldo, Aloln and Capsicum,
Theso liiRrodlents aro most vnlu
ablo In relieving pain, reducing fornr,
drying ujt coryxn, lessening inflam
mation, ollmlnntlng poisonous socio
tlons, warming up tho stomach and
shortening duration ot tho dlioaso.
(lot ot us a box ot thoso Cold Tab
lets today. Tako thorn according to
directions tho moment tho first
symptoms appoar and yon will ob
tain roal relief.
Wn, guarantee thorn.
Star Drug Co.
Tho Retail Moro
Klamath Full Oirjron
LONDON, Jan. I. (By Mall).
Pastor William Potior, formerly head
of tho Baptist Church at Petrograd
who fled to America In I DIG, after!
having boon exiled to Siberia by ord-'
or of tho Russian emperor, Is going'
back to try to ornngollto Russln. Ho
Is taking a hand of about JS Rus
sians who aro to travel with him as
Tho band Is woll-oqulppod and Is
taking a largo quantity ot clothing,
a nuriio, an American musical direc
tor and an export translator.
The ovangollsts havo had thrcu
years training In thoology and all aro
oxport musicians. "U'o shall teach
tho Bolshevists to sing "Tha Glory
Song" said the musical director.
ALGIERS, Jan. 1. (By Mall).
"Tho drinkers ot sunshlno," as tho
Arab shepherds call themsetvM In
tholr own languago am on tha vorgo
of starvation throughout Algorla aad
iiulsan whuMl la Imported from A in or
lea may havo nothing but sunshlno
iih a steady diet during thi winter.
The threatening famine In Algeria
Is tha result ot n long drought. No
rnln has fallon for a year.
This has provod a calamity for
tho Arab shopherds, hninnds living
practically by tholr flocks. Hovcnty
flvo percent of tho shoop In Algeria
have dlod as n result ot tho drought
and tho Arab 'Drinkers of Sunshine,'
dreamers and philosophers, Incap
ahlo of any work but that of guard
ing tholr flocks aro In dlro straits.
(lovornor (lenoral Abel of Algeria,
has loft for Paris to ask tbo govern
ment to nrrnngo for tho Importation
of wheat from Amorlca or Argentina
to tide tho pooplo over tho crisis.
A classified Ad will sell It.
towing at the.
AWAY GOES PRUDENCE"
charm girl of tho screen" Is In n mad-cap
manco, of Lovo, Luughtor nnd Excltomont
A MACK BENNETT COMEDY
JACK PICKFORD IN
"JUST OUT OF COLLEGE
ONE OF aEORQH ADE'S GREAT COMEDIES
A WONDERFUL SHOW
THE BEST FOR THE BEST
TWO BEAUTIFUL ACTS
M'CORMACK AND SIS
THE IRIHII GLOOM UIIAHKHH .
If you Ilka good singing and good comody, boo and hear them
Tho world's greatest mimic nnd Imitator, this act is a Bcrcam '
"THE LOAN HAND" ,
In this picture you will too a real round-up and some .wondorfuA
riding. ' ,
"THE AISLES OF WILD"
This is positively tho Best Show seen horo