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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, MAHClt, (), 1021
Uinilirill IQr HflT I DOINGS OF THE DUFFS BYALMAN c
IIIUIVIlIiI HflL 111) I I Both Wilbur and HiLs Testimony Were Thorwn out I TJnf Wfpr TPnrh MnVTIin I
VrTOni ITIPHI KCAU TUB MMT )T1 II 1 ,Tu,,m..w 'M I I
YL I rllLITILAL Sr . feE Puts Roses in Your Cheeks
l UIA llll EKYtlM fi' IA1.VJ -. . ..
jl aji ""- unuwcM&u J XC , 1 y - -x I
CHICAGO, Muroli 30.- Grunting
of woman nuffruKo Iiiin nut ynt given
women full rights with iimn In a
InrKo imrl of tlio Unltod Htnton, It In
Indicated by a niirvoy of tlio middle
nml south wont Hindu by Tlio Ante
dated Press. In only a iiiirtur of this
territory, ll iippcmrH, do wmiinii
Htaml uimiJHtiikiilily on mi ovuti foot
ing with innn.
The discrimination!) wliuro tliuy
exist am, linwuviir, for tlio most purl
small. Tim filler illnitblllty lies In
tho right to Hit on Juries.
Tim stumbling hlnrk In thin case
In gnnnrnlly n constitutional provi
sion Hint Jurymen niimt liu iiiiiIuh. Ito
moviil of tlio disqualification Iiiik boon
urged In n n il m lio r of legislatures
Other exceptions woniiin nro nnilur
In vnrlom sintcs Incluiln these:
In lown, tlmy cannot nit In tlio leg
islature. In Wisconsin, tlmy cannot servo an
n legislative employee.
In North Dakota, llioy do not pay
In Toxnn, Oklahoma, Missouri, nml
Bon Hi Dukotit women nro regarded a
bnrrcd from Jury duty hy countllu
tlonnl provision or statute.
In Nohraskn, nlthouKh an Omaha
woman recently Hot on u Jury. exist
Ing Inw make thin Irregular. In Ken
tucky, n portion at leant of the elr
cult Judges hellnvr Hint tho iim, of
thn mniicullno In tho statute does not
bar womciti from Jury duty, im wom
en havo nerved on n circuit court
Jury In Jnnnnmlno county mid on hotli
pstlt and grand Jurlni In l.nurol
county. Tlmro hns been no opinion
hy tho Kentucky nttorney general or
' . I Weed will linvo n Fourth of JnW
In Minnesota thn attorney genornl ......... .... ... . ., .. i
... cninurimun hub year ununr 1110 aim-
pice of tho Weed pout of the Amur
lean Legion, and according to Ad-
lulntit J. A. Murphy It I going to'
I . tho biggest affair over ntuged In
Klnmntli Falls Im lnvlleil tn rn.
for themselves whether women shall prrn, iu 10 Wccd cui0hrntloii
ED TO KEEP
FOR SICK KIDDIES
han held that women cannot ncrvn an
Juries, hut sevcrnl district court
Judge hnvii held otherwise and nil
milted them In Juries. In llllnoli un
til tho supremo court rule definitely
Judges nro permitted to deter-ilno
rorvo an Juror.
Thn N'ortli Dakota legislature re
cently passed a law pernilttlni; worn
en to servo on Juries hut nut requir
ing such service.
In Indiana thn legislature han Just
received a discrimination hy enacting
that thn fa tlio r and mother Jointly.
If living shall Im tho natural guard-
Weed han heretofore heen n wall
flower among hor alitor towns In
tho mutter of public ohservunccii,
biijm the adjutant in announcement,
to tlio prcsn, hut proposes to Colo
hrato tlio national liollduy this year
In n manner that will show tho
neighbors that It was a courteous
consideration for tholr cnlohrntlon
Inns of their children, Instead of the plans that caused her to side-track,,
Iowa women contemplate effort to
have tholr Inability to nit In tho leg
islature romoved through nn ap
proaching constitutional convention.
Otherwise thoy enjoy full rights with
and no feeling that Weed didn't
know how to put on tho latest thing
A safo and sano Fourth Is tho
control Idea of tho project nml one
of tho big features will ho n hall
game between two of tho best teams
north of 8acrnmonto on tho most
What Chance Did Dad HaveT
"Pad, I Inst my commutation ticket
today. It slipped out the cr window.
Will you plenso give me money enough
to get a ten-ride ticket? There nro '
nty nro more working days In the 1
month, so I'll need only the ten rides.
Now, dni, you can't nsl; mo to lake It
out of my nllnwiinrrs. It simply enn't
be done. Anyhow, one of your old cor
porations declared n dividend recent
ly, mid I didn't hiivn lo nsk ou for .
any money for two weeks, Thnl saved i
you f.VI, nml thn ticket In only 110. ,
ty.hy, dnd. you are S2S nhend at Hint I '
yourp, ijinkliiK money off your own
son I You on n't do Hint I It Isn't he- I
Ing done thin year. ... I knew you
would feel n I do nhout tt. Thnnk
you, dnd." Indianapolis News.
diamond In northern Call
JAPAN Wlhl. ASK VHNIZIXOS
IX) PLAN AIUHTIUTION.
ATHKNS. March 30. Kormor
Pronilor Vcnlzoloi tn going to Jupan
as tho guest of tho mlkudo, who. has
naked him to arbitrate tho difficul
ties hctwojn Japan and tho Mnltod
Htntcs, gays r London dispatch.
Advertising brings offlcloncy.
To Move Coal Supply
PHIhADIJM'IIIA, March 30. To
eipodlto tho movement of coal to
ports on tho Great Lakes when lakO
shipping reopens this spring, tho
Pennsylvania railroad Is loading lake
coal boats Hod up for tho winter at.
Glevaland, Krlo, Ashtabula and Han;-!
dusky. Tho plan Is bolng carried out
for tho first tlmo this year. It will
enablo tho lako boats to movo coal ,
cargoes, aggregating about 200,000
tons an soon no lako ports nro again
Normally about 20,000,000 tons of
coat aro dollyored by tho .railroads
at tti6 lake ports during tho shipping
oason. Most of tho coal Is dcatlnod
for Duluth for Industrial ubos and
railroad fuol In Intorlor points In tho
northwest, about 200 coal boats be
ing engaged In tho traffic. Tho Pen
nsylvania Railroad carries approxl
rnWoly 20 por cent of tho'coal, prln
eip'fjly from tho central region, of
Undor tho o.nrly loading plan It Is
expected that a groat deal of tho
congestion and delay attending the
movement of coal when the lake
ahlpplng, Reaspn opens will be archied,
Ri 4 .W.&
Got results by using class ads.
Dlnco Grant was president
"Undo Joo" Wordlo. now 87. has
called at tho White Houso for dis
carded flowers Ho presses and
ells them und gives tho money to
sick children In Washington H
Is shown leaving tho Whlto Houso
nflcr his first call slnco Harding
A (iltOl'M) HOG CASH
You'vo got tho monoy; I'vo got tho
furniture. Let's swap.
PKKKIXtf Kl'ltNITUIti: HOUSH
"Tho I-'urnlalicr of Happy IloimV
and flavor far
i ' -i - - ?" I Wl
tS&m - -
i i j x n
when and. .
SrANUUU OIL COMPANY
James A. Stlllman, president of
tho National City IJank, Now
York, Is suing for divorce. His
wife (abovo) has tiled a counter
ult. Great bderccy Burrouuds tho
proceedings. Tho Stlllman family
k one of the most promlnont so
cially In America and counts Ito
wealth In millions I
If the Wood Dealer
no do not sell current; we sell service. That sounds odd
'Well, supposo tbo wood dealer sold scrvlco Instead of wood, lio
would tend to your furnace and your range, tnko away tho ashes
and clean tho flues. You would buy so much luuit.
Now you buy so much light, although you pay according to the
current you consume. Hut tbo service is performed wou you by this
company at tho substations and power plants.
That la what wo want to giro you efficiency service It is the
aim of this company to have nono but satisfied customers. No
matter what it Is, if yon tmvo a grievance, or aro dissatisfied about
your bill or tlo not understand oar rates, pleaMs conio nml sco
us or write us about it.
If yon liavo any suggestions to make, we will glady avail our
selves of them as our aim is constantly to Improve our service to
you as fast as tlio development of sclonco and human ability permit.
To look one's best and feel one's best!
is to enjoy an Iniido bath each morning
to flush from tbo system the previous
day's waato, sour fermentations nml poi
sonous toxins before it la absorbed into
the blood. Jutt aa coal, when It burns,
leaves behind a certain amount of In
combustible material In tho form of
allies, so the food and drink taken each
dar leave in the alimentary organ a
certain amount of Indigestible material,
which if not eliminated, form toxin and
sons which are then sucked into the
Lie-legates from tho United States,
France, (iormany, Switzerland and
other countries aro to assemble In,
Dilution Aires iib.xt November tor an .
Inlornu'ion-il Feminist Congress
blood through the very duett which are
Intended to suck In only nourtihmcnt to
sustain the body.
If you want to see the glow of healthy
bloom In your checks, to sco your skin
get clearer and clearer, you are told to
drink every morning upon arising, a
class of hot water with a teaspoonful
of limestone phosphate in It, which is a
harmleM meant of washing the vtutUi
material and toxin from the stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowels, thua cleans
ing, sweetening and purifying tho entire
alimentary tract, before putting mora
Iooi into me siomacn.
Girls and women with tallow skins,
liver not. phnplea or pallid complex
ion, nlso thone who wake up with a
coated tongue, bad taste, natty breath,
othrra w!k arc bothered with headaches.
bilious spells, acid stomach or constipa
tion should begin this photphated not
water drinking and are assured of very
Dronounceil results In one or two weeks.
A quarter pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little at the drug store
but It sufficient to demonstrate that lust
at soap and hot water cleanses, purines
ana iresnena tno exin on me ouisiae, so
hot water and limestone phosphate act
on the Inside organs. We must always
consider that Internal sanitation Is vast
ly more Important than outside cleanli
ness, becauno the akin pore do not ab
sorb Impurities Into tho blood, while the
bowel pores do.
Women who desire to enhance the
beauty of their complexion should just
try this for a week and notlco result.
blesomo. At little cost, you can buy
at nny drug store the ready-to-use
GREAT PALLS, Mont., March 30. preparation. Improved by tho nddl
I v..-.- t n,..i ,,i t v i Hon of other Ingredients, called
,-rranlc M. Dravel and J. W.,..., gag0 and Sulphur c.
Kreiider. two railroad men, worolpound. You Juit jampon a sponge
found guilty In federal court hero,or gott brusn with It and draw this
rocently of tho theft of a consign- through your hair, taking ono small
ment of 180,000 cigarettes from a, strand at n time. By morning all
railroad freight car and were son-'Cray hair disappears, and after an
tenced. tho formor to n term of 16 ?" application or two your hair
months and the latter to 14 months - t,,.,,,..-.
j no dlsgraco, fs a sign of old ago, and
as wo all dcslro a youthful and at
tractive appearance get busy at once
with Wycth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound, and look years younger.
! (itirl 'iirfnnt
In Jho federal penitentiary at Loav-j ornVf fcded
enworiu, nansas, ni naru muor.
Among the Urahmlns tho ruby Is'
a very favorite Jewel, as they itnag-
'no that It acts as a charm against
OPEN NOSTRILS! END
A COLD OR CATARRH
VI If l I I I
Zi H IIIHfllll V LV III
i h run rmin.
IIow To Get Relief When ITcad
J and Nose arc Stuffed Up.
-tJJ(--bJ. Jt A- -.Vfc.
i Count flftyl Your cold In head or j
catarrh disappears. Your clogged Apply Sulphur ns Told When Your
nostrils will open, the air passagos of j Skin llrciks Out
your head will clear and you can
brcatho freely. No more snuffling, I Any breaking out of the skin on
hawking, mucous discharge, drynois face, neck, arms or body Is overcome
or headache, no struggling for breath
i at night.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Dalm from your druggist and apply
a littlo of this fragrant antltoptic
cream In your nostrils. It ponctrutes
through overy air passago of the
bead, soothing and healing tho swol
len or Inflamed mucous membrane,
giving you instant rellof. Hoad
colds and catarrh yield Uko magic.
Don't stay atntted-up and miserable,
nollot Is sure. adv.
Plenty of Them in Klamath Fulla,
and Good Reason for It.
Wouldn't any woman bo happy.
After years of backache sutforlng,
Days of misery ,nlgbt of unrest,
Tho distress of urinary troubles,
When she finds freedom.
Many readers will profit by tho fol fel fol
eowing: Mrs. H. W. Qrlmes, 441 9th St.,
Klamath Falls, says: "I can recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills ns a roll
ablo remedy Jor I havo used them
with benefit. My kidneys wore weak
and I had severe backaches and a
soreness over my kidneys. Morn
ings I felt dall and languid and my
kidneys didn't act right. Doan's
Kidney Pills wore Just the remedy to
correct tho trouble. They relieved
the backache and all signs of kidney
Prlco 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy got
Doan's Kidney Pills tho same that
Mrs. Grimes had. Fostor-Mllburn
Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo. N. Y.
EASY TO DID
quickest by applying Mentho-Sul-phur.
Tbo pimples soem to dry
right up and go away, declares a no
ted skin specialist.
Nothing has even been found to
take tho placo of sulphur as a pimple
remover. It Is harmless and Inez-,
penslvo. Just ask any druggist for a
small Jar of Mentho-Sulphur and uso
It lll?o cold cream. Adv.
Take Salts to Flush Kidneys
Hack Hurts or Bladder
You Can Bring Bark Color and
Lustro With Sago Tea
When you darken your hair with
Sago Tea ant) Sulphur, no one can
toll because It's done so naturally,
so evenly. Preparing this mixture
though, at home Is mussy and trou-
It you must havo your meat every
day, eat It, but flush your kldnoys
with salts occasslonally, says a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forms urlo which almost paralyzes
the kldnoys In their efforts to expel
It from the blood. They become slug
gish and weaken, then you suffer
with a dull misery In the kldnoy
region, sharp pains In the back or
sick headache, dizziness, your stom
ach sours, tongue Is coatod and when
the weather Is bad you have rheuma
tic twinges. The urine gets cloudy,
full of sediment, tho channels often
get soro and Irritated, obliging you
to seek rellof two or three times dur
ing the night.
To neutralize these Irritating acids,
to cleanso tho kidneys and flush oft
the body's urinous waste get four
ounces of Jad Salts from any phar
macy freo; tako a tablespoontul In
a glass of wator before breakfast for
a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine. This famous salts Is
made from tho acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with llthia,
and has been usod tor generations to
flush and stimulate sluggish kidneys,
also to noutrallzo the acids In- urine,
so it no longer irritates, mus ena-
Ing bladder weaknoss.
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; eannot In
jure, and makes a delightful efferves
cent Utula-wator drlpn. Adv,