THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON WHDNKHOAY. JU'IlIIi 80, luai ITALY ASKED TO L PAQN MVM 1 N L'V U 1 DIRIGIBLE II . . IIOMK, March 28. My Mali).- Tlin United Mates 'Iiiih asked tliii 'lliillun Kuvnnitiiont to luml to America. thu services of mi engineer skilled In tho' construction of somr-rigid iltrl glbln airships mill several other mun to nlil In tlio IiuIIiIIiik I" tlin Unltoil KtatoH of craft llkn tlio Itumo, tho big illrli;lliln purchased from Italy. Tim Italian government has granted tlin request ami tlm Italian engineer, Col estlno llsuolll, designer or tlm Itomit will supply plaiiH niiil Instructions for tlm propound American craft. It In iiniloriitoinl that tlio Ainurl rami linvo Intlliiatitil Unit tlmy would tin Kind to hnvo tlio services of HIk nor Nnlilll, tlio liulldur of tlio Itomn anil also lior Italian crow to aid In alrHlilp building. It In stated Unit tlin America airship of tlio sumo kind im tlm ltoiuU arn to liu flvn motors shorter tlinn tlin llnllan vostel tmtiKlit by Ainorlcn, no that thoy can Im sheltered In tlio Atnorlcun han gars. KlKnor Ustiolll In planning larger dirigibles for Italy. "I Intend In start Immediately tlio construction of nuothor dirigible measuring 4G.000 cubic motor, tlio largest tbnt can en tnr tlio prosont Italian hangars," liu unld. "Thin now ntilp will roploco the Itomn, Imt wilt bn ablo to fly without alighting almost twice an InnK. "My next great coniitructlon will lm a super-giant, sainl-rlgld dlrlgl bin for tho construction, of which I mint await tho arrival from (!r mnny of thrno colossal hangars as signed to Italy. I Khali then build on airship 220 motors In length. 3t In height and 120,000 cubic motors In votumn. It will Im equipped with 24 in i lorn of 260 horsepower each of which only onothlrd will bn In use- At u tlmn. Tho other two-thirds will bo keipt In reserve no thnl eseh motor will work only six or bovoii hours, and will hnvn from 10 to t2 hour for runt and I'leanlng, "Thin illrlRlblo will tin nbto to lly for 10 dnyii consecutively mid thorn forn could mako tho tour of tho wurld alighting only once. It will ciyry 100 passenger besides a ejew of 2G and 10 servants mid will coat 10,000,000 llro. "My chlof doslro In." mild Kuglncer llsuolll. "to demonstrate thut a illrl Rlblo can fly In nny weathor and aland any Htorm, nllRhtlnR without nooil of a hanRiir. "I alo wlah to demonstrate that tho dlrlglblo Is n Reed business proposition." Ifit yon mtii Krtlry loilny'.' ENGLAND READY FOR RUSH OF 0 .S.J0URI5TS (lly Associated Press) London, Mar. 20 (y mall. First . ....... r.r nrlnir In Knclnnd have niftim w, n4Mii.n - --.-a,---- spurred tho transporlutlon compa nion and tho tourist aRoncles Into a fovnr of expectancy and all oyon nro turned toward Amorlca which Ku ropo regards as tho haunt of tho millionaire. Vliltora from tho United States nro promised much In tho way of no commoilatloiiB, with condltlonii ap proximate IIioho In pro-war days provalllnR. HoloU and poiiHlonh again will hnvo plonty of rooms on comparatively abort notice, and pans port coromonloH uro ihortenod. Incoming passengers nro tlll closoly luporvlsod by llrltlsh port au thorities, but tho oxamrtitttlon la much loss cxhaustlvo than last soa son. Thon It wan nocoasary for nn American citizen to go to tho troublo of gottlng a passport, oven whon om barklng for his nntlvo land. Buch a procoduro Ib no loiiRor nocoisary. I'ollco restrictions In tho llrltlsh Isles also aro rolaxed, roRlstratlon being roqulrod only If a visitor in tends to romaln moro than 00 days, nnd railway facilities nre uroatly Inv provod In echoduloa and travol ac commodations. , At this dato, no stops havo boen takon toward organized wolcorao for American tourlstts becauso It Ib be lieved thoy can bo takon care of ad equately by tho rogular Institutions for this purpose. No deUll will be overlooked, however, It Is pointed out, to Insure comfort for all who touch British shores this season. E a i IT ukaduati. ok iii;iM:vi;i; hos- I'ITAIj, SKW yOHK, KXVHKHHVA ohatitcih; to tanlac von UO.NDKItl'Uli ItKHUITM 8HJ2 otaim:i). ritw. nt I Ik. Inlnl In mill linr name to tho lonfe list' of Tanlac ondorso ments Is Mrs. Lily A. Loontzcn, 8SG Faxon Avo., Han Francisco, who, be fore her mnrrlago wan a trained nurse, a graduate from Ilollevou Hospital, Now York. Mrs. Lorontzon has a host or friends and acquaint ances and hor statement, coming as It docs from ono who has had bo much exporlcnco In rollovlng Butter ing, will ho road with wldo Interest. "Twontys1x yearn ago," Bho Bald, "whllo on a visit to tho country, I had n sevoro flun Btroko and was down In bed for a year and olRht months after that, nnd hail to bo fed artificially all that tlmo. As a result my Btomnch was loft all upset, my appotlto was almost gono and I sufr ..rn.i wiih nurftil iiiilnn nnd cramiifl. At times I jusi cnea oui, i w" Travelers to Irelaqd, It Ib Bald, will bo taken euro or as far as It Is physically possible under tlin clrcuin nlnncm. Tourist ngrnclcs nro quite frank In admitting that only tho well-to-do are financially ablo to bunr tlm ox ponso of travel at present whim n first clnss cabin ticket roilN a proximately I2B0 one way ' Thoy say tho tourist traffic last year was practically without tho largo numbers of ichool tencherB and professional people who romo to Kuropo formerly to pond the suui mor wooks In trnvel nnd study. These folks, tlmy say. ran tint pay tho prli's It Ik necessary to charge to mako tho tourist business pay. and there nro no signs now that trnvel will bn cheaper In tho near future. It Is nlso hollovrd possible that many persons will bn iluterred from visiting Kuropo this Biimmer bocanso of tho unsettled condition of busi ness mid of International economic affairs. However, Indications uro. It Is said, that moro tourists will want to soo Kuropo In 1921 than can be handlod, In splto of tlm high cost of living4. In this connection, tho ad vantage Americans havo In view of tho favorable oxcliango Is pointed out. Many ships havo been added to tlm trans-Atlantic services, slnco last summer and It Is estimated that the ship companies will bo able this summer to carry ono-thlnl moro piuiiengiirs than In 1920- Hnvo You fiwn Kelley IimIii)? Home of the copper coins used by tho indents wcro as largo as dinner plates. Tim IMilvorslty of Maine fnculty suspended tlftyslx sophonioroB for hazing which conslsld of upadillo gauntlet for froshinijn. NOTIC'i: TO IIIDDKItH Rnnled proposals will bo rocelrcil up to noon Monday, April 25, lt'21 for furnishing school district No. i.v, F. O. II. cars Klamath Falls, Ore. 40, 000 moro or less selected common brick nnd 50,000 moro or less com mon brick for dollvory as desired, lllds must bo accompanied by two (2) solocted common brick samples showing tbo rango of bricks to bn rurnlsbed and ono (I) avoragn com mon brick aamplo and by a cortlfled chnck to tho amount or C por cont or the bid for tho total of abovo madn payable to William flkenn, clerk of snld district to bn returned to blddor It unsuccessful nnd to bn forfeited If bidder Is nwardod contract anil falls to tako sanin In nccordanco with his bid. School board rosorves tho right to accept or reject any or all bids. Dated at Chlloquln thin ICth day of April. A. I). 1021. Signed William Rkoen. School clerk. 16-18 I notlco Is hereby reserved In tho Com lorn Council. A. I.. I,KAVITT. I'ollco Judgo. ,'Ily ordor or tho Common Council, Hated April 11, 1921. 1C-2G hi:vi:u roNSTitucTiox Sealod proposals will beVecclved by tho Common Council or tho City of Klsmnth Falls, Oregon, at tho office of tho I'ollco Judgo up to and IncluilltiK Monday tho 25th dny of April 192P. at tho hour of 8 o'clock P. M. of said day, at which said tlmo all proposals will ho opened and con sidered, for tho construction of tho snwor system doslgnod for Mills Ad dition In nccordnnco with tho plans and specifications on fllo with tho City ICnglnenr of said city. Tho nwnrd of tho contract to tho successful blddor Is hereby mado contingent upon tho snlo or $52,- 735.00 Mills Addition Sower bonds,! Ullll (aiBl lll'i'M .11.1 .i(. u ., if. iiu plans nnd specifications therefor by tho State Hoard of Health. All proposals must bo accompa nied by certified chock payable to tho City or Klamath Falls, ror G por cont or tho nmount of tno proposal. Tho right to reject any or nil bids and proposals recolved under this Ivflulty No. llifll NOTIC1-: OF FOHKCI)SUIti; OF CHATTI.I. MOItTOAOK IN THK CHICUIT COURT OF THE BTATH OF OIIKOON FOIt THH COUNTY OF KLAMATH. Louis Ilocsch, Plaintiff, vs. T W Phcncger and J. S. Dalloy, partners doing business as Phonegor & Ilallcr. W. T. Estop and A. W. Walker Auto Company, Dofcnilants. Notlco Is horoby given that tho un dorslgned will on Tuesday, tho 2Gth day or April, 1921, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. of said day at tho Howie Oarago, Esplanade and Pine streets, In Klamath Falls, Oregon, offer for salo at public auction, and will sell to tho highest blddor for cash In XOT1CK OK KAI.K OK ItKAl. IMIOP- i:ktv ixm nKLi.vguK.vr im pjiovkmkxt uwii.s.Mi:.vrs lly vlrtuo of n warrant Issued by tho I'ollco Judgo or tho City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, dated the 18th day of April, A. I)., 1921. and to mo directed. Notlco U horoby given that I havo lovlcd upon tho following described real proporty, to-Avii: Beginning at a point In tho south erly lino of Klamath strcot or avo nuo. In tho city or Klamath Falls, Oregon, 220 feet castorly of tho east erly lino or Payno nlley, extended, thonco nt right anglcB with Klamath streot or avenuo, kouthcastorly, 200 fnnl! Ihnnrn tinrt li,.iKtnri nflil inr. ' nllul with Klamath streot or avenue 30 feet; thonco northwesterly at right angles with Klamath street or avenue 200 foct to tho southerly lino of said street or avenuo; thenco westorly following said southerly lino 30 toot to tho placo of beginning. Abovo described property nbuttlng on Klamath nvonuo or street 30 foot. such misery, nnd I would bloat up so bad I could hardly stand It., "I grow -worso each year and fin ally was opornted on. Hut I didn't Im prove, nnd L couldn't sleep well as I woo norvous nnd restless and worried nit tho tlmo. My back ached awfully and I ofton broko down completely from weakness nnd would havo to go to bod. "That was my condition whon I began taking 'Tanlac n few months ago nnd It wnH ono of tho greatest Joys of my llfo', as It rcstorod my health perfectly. My appotlto return ed nnd tho stomach troublo and ner vousness loft mo and 1 folt splendid In ovory way, "Thon some tlmo ago our houso caught on flro and wo woro burned , out, and tho oxcltemcnt ot It nil un nerved mo nnd set mo back. Know ing how well Tanlac holpcd mo be roro, I startod right back to taking It again and It wasn't long until I was fooling "well and strong onco moro. I am In splendid health again and Just can't toll how grateful 1 feel to Tanlac for all tho good It has dono mo." i nzs PEgpog I DOINGS OF THE DUFFS BY ALMAN Tom Has An Improved Idea I NEVER TRIED IT' Ij Pur MiVfDe II win." VT 1 ' .,WM),2. -W jhpifw nin vnii cfad no.vjhat wk asz k-- - A ---.:'' 1.. .--- U ' . T iiSD Jf .. -..-. .- l.. r..,XMA1HE IT WILL' 1 I TMI3 aTATPMENT BM T. 11 T .? nn 11 Ht DANO If TVU VM Y ( 1 a doctor, how to mryrv'' HU f A Bottom im Woor -- r-iUU II CURE A HEADACHE? i J JO 0OTH IT WILL CUl?ey A WELL I HAVE A vHATIS Btl III F VOU'LU PUT A FEW " W BeTTea i dIa ( voups ? WM C OtmroMs om some of ) ' rtv THAN THAT ) V-WTJHl ' I P " 5H,RT5 ,T W,U KCeP J 4 tlTLJy CUkf ' f ME prom CATCHIMG COLO (? What makes Mack quality? -it's organization The MACK is primarily, a qual ity motor truck. It is not a truck made to sell at a price. It is built as the very best motor truck possible to build and costs and selling price do not determine the presence or absence of Quality. There is no group of motor truck builders connected with any com pany in the country who have had the broad range and years of exper ience possessed by MACK builders. MACK trucks have been pro duced for 22 years by exclusive truck builders. It is fitting and pro per that these men should know more about truck, building than oth ers. Quality is attained only by good organization and good orga nization is a matter of development taking years. Quality in MACK trucks that is put there by a Quality Organization accounts for Progress and MACK trucks constantly progress. J. H. GARRETT & SONS 522 S. Sixth Street Phone 500 Phone 531-R W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON CONTRACTING PAINTERS Wo glvo nil our work porsonnl attontlon. Uso nothing but first class material. Lot us glvo you figures on your painting. 133 N. 4th St. Res. Phone 531-R Taken nnd lovlcd upon as tho proporty of B. St. Ooorgo nishop, In .nilartlnn tt n a-Aflflln llllil PrAlllAll DUaOli-l.laUlt III iv.mi. ... K...1..1.1. a by tho city of Kiamatn Fans, urogon, ' for a proportionate share ot tho cost i ot Improving Klamath street or avo- nuo DOlwcen vuuiur duuui uuu Payno alley dockoted In Volumo (1) Bend Lion Docket ot said city at pago 43 theroof, on tho 10th day ot Octobor, 1910, In tho sum ot $107.10. Notlco Is horoby glvon that-tho un doralgnod will oft tho 20th dny ot 1921, nt tho hour of 2 o'clock P. M. of said day, at tho front door ot tho City Hall in said city, sell at publlo auction to tho highest blddor for cash In hand tbo aforementioned and described real property to sat isfy tho sum ot J107.10, togothor with Intorost thereon from. tho 10th day ot October, A. D. 1010, at tho rate of 6 per cont per annum, to gether with the costs and disburse ments of sale herduudor. H 6. WILSON. Chief of Police of the City ot Klamath Falls, Oregon. Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon, April 18th, 1921. 7-Passenger HUDSON CARS FOR HIRE The cars that go ,and get back. Phone 77 REX CAFE Petroleum geologists predict that the present known oil resources ot tho Unltod States will bo exhausted In twenty years.