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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1921)
THUltSDAY, APIUI SlWl
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Chaplin to Marry Again?,
THAT FIT CORRECTLY
WLIIE OF COW
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OEEEQN
Numerous examples of Uio vnlun
bio -work being ilono by contesting
associations nro contained In reports
of testers of thoso organisations sent
to tho western office of the Dairy
Division of tho 1'nltcd States Bopart
nmnl of Acrleiiltiiro.
According to tho reports, marked i
progress lias been maiio in ropiucuiK
Inferior bulls with wgii-ciass pure
bred animals. Six of tho testing asso
ciations of which threo uro In Idn
ho, two In Colorado, nnd ono In
"Washington liavo reached tho 100
por cent purebreiVbull mark, having
eliminated all scrub sires from their
honls. Another 100 per cent associa
tion was added to tho list In January,
nnd soveral others are getting near
Tho l'etaluma (Calif.) association
has only two scrub bulls loft. Tho
dairy department of tho local bureau
of the county In which this associa
tion Is located has a plan for an an
nual purebred bull sale, tho first of
which was held several months ago,
Young bulls out of 400-pound dams.
nnd older proved bulls are consigncu
to this salo by breeders and by dai
rymen wishing to dispose of bulls
which they havo used as long as they
can In tholr own herds. The salo was
tho means of Introducing 25 pure
bred bulls Into tho county, nnd tho
association hopes by this means to
ollmlnato all scrub bulls from tho
county and to keep tho dairymen sup
plied with good bulls In Uio future.
Through theso sales It also hopes to
open a market for proved bulls, and
so keep theso bulls In service In tho
county for many years.
Tho tester of tho Skagit Valley.
Wash., association reports that tho
last scrub bull has been "discharged
from service." Ho says also that ono
farmor Increased his production by
12 pounds of fat por cow on 25 cows
from November to December by bet
ter care nnd feeding, nnd ndds that
this Is an easy way of getting 300
pounds of fat more a month without
milking any more cows.
Tho head tester for tho Los Ango
les. Calif., association reports an In
creased production by the 3,000 cows
In tho association for December, 1020
as compared with December 1910. i
which, ho says, means nn Increaso of i
moro than $30,000 n month. j
One herd of 30 cows In the Orongp i
County Calif., association Increased
Its production from 19 pounds of fat
per cow In September to 3G pounds In (
December, largely as a result of nd-l
vlco on feeding given by tho tester of
tho association. This Increase of 610 ,
pounds of fat a month Is mom thun I
sbmo 30-cow herds aro (riving at this '
season, ho reports. Another herd In '
this association Increased from nn
nvorago of 27 pounds per cow to 41
pounds In six months. One dalrvman
In tho association culled 13 animals
from a 45-cow herd, and by so doing
decreased bis production only 12
gallons a day but saved over $60 a
Tho tester of the Ada association
In Idaho reports that every cow In
the organization has been tested for
tuberculosis. Every herd in this as
sociation Is headed by a purebred
bull apd 25 per cent of all tho cows
ENGLISH AS KIIK IS SPOKEN
A well known San Pranclsco essay
ist, recently addressing a body of
high school students, advised them
that If they wished to writu well they
should wrl'.o as they speak. Hut It
is supposed in tho first placo that we
nil speak "good English"; which wo
do not! Nowspnper English Is gener
ally discredited, but tho average cub'
reporter wrlte3 much simpler Eng
lish thnn tho avorago man and wom
If tho high school students were
nsked for an ossay on "Amorlcan and I
European Entanglements," It would
probably read something Ilko this, If j
they set It down In everyday lang-'
"As for me, I'm aglnst any of tho30
mixings up with thoso old guys in
Yurrup. Whylnell should wo enrry
thoso guys along. Wo'vo got enough
troublos of our own, right horo at
home, nlnt we? I'll say we have, bo.
You said a mouthful that tlmo. Me
for tho good old U, H, laying off these
here 'tangling alliances. Wilson may
havo been right, and then again,
maybo, Woody was wronk. You can':
toll, now can you? I'll say you can't.
"Wo should worry about -Yurrup. Wo
went over and licked tho Hermans
tor 'em, and now what do wo get out
or it? Wo got tho beo put on us to let
tholr loans go In .tho discard, don't
wo? I'll soy so, I'aullno. Let 'cm hop
to it and collect offen Germany them
selves. Them guys make mo sick. Now
don't they you? You said a good ono
that tlmo, kid. Why should wo
bother our beans about tholr scalps?
Would wo ask 'em to como over horo
and help us? No slrtio! Wotlnell
would wo want 'em horo for anyway.
The only tlmb hoy como over to your
Undo Sam Is whon thoy -want to
marry off eomo eaphoad (o 0110 of our
millionaire daughftert! No sir, not for
ino. I'm off o' those entangling alU
onces, Yurrup'la in a good placo, on
tho other sldo of the wator, let 'cm
toy ihoro. Thom'a my 'Bontlmonts
What do you any, bd? Youbctcher,
n' I'm with you!"
This Is May Collins, movie nctrcrs, who Is reported to be oicncnfl
to wed Charlie Chaplin (Inset) May refers Inquirers to Charlie
and Charlie tells 'm he dcean'l care to discuss the subject.
At the Theaters
A cast of clever artists, playing Mie
various supporting roles. Is ono of
tho reasons for tho brilliant reports
of "A City Sparrow," tho new Ethel
Clayton starring vehlclo for Pam-lthlc
mount which will bo shown at tho cost Including grading, rolling, curb
Star Theatro tonight. , lng and cement sidewalk.
EJhol Clavton tho star stands In ANI) E IT Fl'llTHBIt KKSOLV
Li.noi uajton, tno star, sianus in KU Uy (hp Common Councj m thl,
tho front rank of film stars and has folluwliiR described property be nnd
a most enthusiastic following. ! Is hereby declared benefitted by said
Tho principal mnlo lend Is portray- J Improvement, to-wlt: Lot 5. Hlock
..! hv riv,!n Vtllmnn. who nnnKini S' O C nnJ 7" l"Ck 7 hwauna
cd by Cldo Hllmore, who appears! nq4ght1 All,UtIont 1ota 7 8 9 10,
as a noble-hearted- country man whoilock 48 untl ijg t nnil , Iock
falls In lovo with Mllly West, a danc- j n First Addition to the City of
lng girl and persuades her to go to t Klamath Kails, Oregon, Lota 1, 2r 3,
tho rountrv -whoro their lovo ro-1 ' 6 "lock 60, and Lots 6, 7, S, 9,
tno country -uncro tneir ioo r-,,0 ,llock 47 ln Fm Addition to
manco develops. Walter Hiers, ihe lho Clty of Kamiith Falls, Oregon.
fat comedian, is funnier than ever, i mil the High School property, and
In tho rolo of Tim Ennls, a dlsappoln-1 that said property above listed and
ted lover. j described bo and hereby Is declared
U'llllnm IW.I. n now KCIVim ,11..
cover', docs attractlvo work as
Hughle Ray, tho star's dancing part
ner. Bartlno Ilurkctt has a delight
ful ingenuu role. Ilobcrt Ilrowcr, Lil
lian Lolghton and Sylvia Ashton play
nntuiatiinlflAfl fsi tila liABt WMl TltlV
Jonps. tho .nnsaUonal Fox star, will
bo seen on tho screen ot tho Liberty
Theatro tonight In "Just rals.'
This story is from tho pen of
McDermott, and Judging from,
ran co reports tho star has a real
prisQ In storo for his many followers,
r lerco action unu huitiuk rou
lead up to a climax Chat should
"corker" On tho screen.
No crime has ovor been committed
no mattor how cleverly planned and
Ingeniously executed, that It did not
leave a cluo of somo sort to bo picked
up nnd followed by tho gifted slouth.
Tho dlsnppearanco ot tho vast treas
ure In 'Wnri'-od at Headquarters"
pailWU ail ill! a ww irop o. ,m.i
wa3 uiscoverco on n runrouu iiu. 1 ihh
quarters." starring Eva Novak.
which Is announced for tomorrow at '
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tho Liberty Theatro.
Unto jou M'cn Kelley luil.iy'.'
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-t nrJfcrirfl nnir
wniiiWTnv v,.ril "R FrPPh
WASHINGTON. April -8 Frelglu
rates frcm points of origin ear.t or 1
lho nocky mountains to Intcrmaun-'
tain territory, wcro found today by
,hJ ,;.,-V.' rmV. ,mmiin
to bo not unreasonable and com
plaints by shippers and othoia worn
Complaint was mado against tho
malntennnco of approximately tho
samo rutca between eaatcrn poln.3
and Intormountaln territory, as bo
tween tho cast and tho Pacific Coast,
tho complainants becking to havo tho
rates to mountain points graded ac
cording to distance, tho rates to tho
coast as a working basis.
Tho City Engineer pursuant to tho
Resolution of tho Commnn Council
horotoforo adorAeil, having under
date of tho 9th day of April, 1921,
filed plana, specifications and esti
mates or tho cost of improving Wash
ington street from tho eastorly lino,
of Third street to tho easterly lino of
Fifth street. Including tho Fourth
street and Fifth street Intersections;
and tho Common (Council having
taken tho samo under advisement L
and finding said planB, specifications' J
and estimates satisfactory, 1 7
IT IS HJJIIEBY UESOLVED, That 1
said plans, specifications and CRtii
miifccs for tho improvement of Wush- J
Ington Btroct from Thlnl street to
Fifth street! including Intersections, j
bo and tho warn aro horoby appro' t
AND HE IT FUItTHWR IlKOXiV-
D, That tlio Common Council boixi-
tho charactor roles and Hoso Cado remonstrances against tho Bald Pro-' nna ,0,0 samo nro hereby approved; I AND Hli IT Kl'llTIIKIt ItKSOIA" Ms a duly onrolled copy of n nwotutlon
nlso appears In an unlnuo paifc. 'posed Improvement and tho l'ollco .. . ., . .M,nTm.Mi iiksolV. '" 'ai Monday, Uio 23 day of adopted by'tlui Common CoimrJI on
, Judgo Is hereby directed to cause no- p-V ,h , rommon Council hero- '? ,921' ftl lho ,,our of 8 'clock Ith" 2M" ot A,rl1- ,92' ,'ocInr-
THE UHKHTY of nald hearing to bo published . t'"'.!?." ". Mention to Improvo '" l '" (iuncl' fhamborn of! lng Its Intention to linpritv.i High
In a atorv of the western country " by tho Charter provldad. : .'1 , rtZ nf ill it and '" ltM- '"' tlxtli ,ul t,t0 l'm" , Ktrv,)t fr"" T"1"1 r,'t ' HUtti
thl? Is saltS'fu'rnlsh him .pleSuld STATE OP OUEQON. ) I "" J?"'! .nf ac'con lancoU. M ?."" P"? ' ? '? uf "Jv ? nd. urth str.vt from I'lno
- g. i
by declarus Jts intention to improve
said portions of Washington street
In accordance with sold plans, speci
fications and estimates; said lmt
provemont to consist of paving said
portions of Washington street with
concrete, bltullthlc or wllllte. Tho
estimated cost of tho Improvement of
said portions of suld rtroeta by plac-I
lng thereon cither concrete, bltull
or wllllto to bo $10,990.75. said
I lo oo Bssessea lor HIU U1CB Ul III1
AND HE IT Kl'HTHEIt ItESOLV
KD, That Monday tho 23 day of May.
1921, at tho hour of 8 o'clock P. M .
at tho Ccuncll Chambers at the City
Hall, bo fixed as tho tlmo and place
for tho hearing of objeauons nnu
City of Klamath Falls.)
Fourth street and Fifth street Inter -
scttions. and approving tho plans,
specifications nnd estimates of costs
submitted by tho City Engineer.
A. L. I.KAVITT.
"8-9 l'ollco Judge.
II.. A tlr,t. pt.v.nt InMliifllnf lli.t
1 ... .
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Resolution 01 1 no common council
horotoforo adopted, having under
!dat; of tho 2nd day of April. 1921
I filed plans, specifications nnd estl-
mates of tho cost of Improving High
I St. from 3d st: to Cth St. and Frurth
jhtreet from Pine il reet to Jefferson
tho Common Couneir having Uikon
ino na in o unuur auviiwnini nt nnu-
i... t,i ,ina Dnn.f o..t nnj nn. ...
Ulmntw snUsrnctcry. IX 18 HBKEI1Y
UESOLVED, That said plans, spo-
. . .. , estimates for the lm-
proVpn)ont of High frcot from Third
street to Sixth street nnd Fourth
street rom l'Ino stret to Jefferson
eot, Including intorsectlona. bo
1 county or i-uamatn, jbs. .:...""" .if". 1 .i ...i.i.... lions and remonsiranci-s againsi wio'sima 10 jiuierson sini't. inciud tig
I, A. L. IoavUt, rollco Judgo ot 0ynl gn portions of High Btri I'ollcu Judgo Is Hornby dlnciwi to . plans, Mclficatlons nnd iittlmntes ot
mo iiy i niuuwiu rio, uicbuui - . t-ourth street with bltullthlc,, '"" iiuwtu tit iwiu ui-uiiiih w u 1 iuni Ruummuu uj 111111-41 ciiKiiiuvr
john ?o ncrooy ccrmyinai cno loregoing ----- ..... ThQ cntlmuted , w;or proviuw . 1 a. . i.kavitt.
ad- auiy onroiieo copy 0.1 rioiu- :0.tof , improvement of said por-"'AV' u.r .V.,l.r'l,.Vit' ,' -"J roue, juuge.
,ur. iionauopiea Df mo wmrau uuuu, .. - . , nlacinic tllors. h"unl? " nJtt",","'.. "" m
ll?", 2 " VT'VY; , either b.tu.lOi.e. concrete or w..-,- X -1 - -M. . . f Itan. You He,,, Kc.tcy today?
bo a Washington street from tho eastcrly' ' admr roiling curbing ami '" ftty ot Klminith Knlls. Ort-gon.!
"llnp, of Third street to tho easterly '2f ."J, g curuln' nn" do hereby certify that the foregolifg I Advertising pays. Try It and seo.
linO OI rilUU MTOl, iUVIUUlllK l" . ....,.. .. ' '
I "Let George Do If
- PUT THE TICKS IN
Watch Repairing Specialist
GEO. L. METZ
622 Main St.
CAUSES, AN ILL FITTING LOW SHOE HAS A CARELESS,
JJNTIDY APPEARANCE THAT WELL DRESSED WOMEN
The JOHN KELLY low shoes which we carry are
famed for their fitting qualities, as are all of the pro
ducts of this reputable house.
Why not drop in and try on a pair, that you may be
. ifiuns. HiHM:iiii.uiiuiia iiiiu .-, ,i..-, .. . , , ...i. , ., . - .
: plans, specifications and estimates; """". "".'." A. " "V" " . WZ Y, ':'"""". """.?' .'.'"u,.u"
. . '-ni,i mtirYivnm,t tn cnnsUt of liir- 'M i""i'V0" " ""i"'""-- " ....'"-""' "'' kii"v"" ""
1 AND HE IT FI'UTIIBIl IIKSOI.V-1
ED HY THE COMMON COUNCIL,
That tho following described property
bo nnd Is hereby declared benefitted
.by said Improvement, to-wlt: Lots T.,
C, 7, 8, Illock 7, Orlglnnl Town. I.0L1 '
P.. 7. 8. 9. 10 HlOCK V.l. FiHl AUHi-
to. Lots B. fl. 7. 8. 9. Illock 8. Orl
rra 1 e. t k 'i in
..,-. r rt i.lu. 4.1.1
ninrU r.n. l.-lrt AddT.lon. Lots 5. .
7. 8, Illock 9, Original Town nnd
High School property; also Lots 1,
2, 7. 8, Illock 7. 3. 4. 5, C. Illock 8.
Orlglnnl Town. !.ots -I, ft, P., 7 and
westerly half of Lot 3 and westerly
half of Ixit 8 In Illork CO, First Ad-1
dltlon. Lots i, r.. C. 7 nnd westerly
Imlf of !ot a ami weHtorly half of l-ot
" "ir m mu V. A i
' nnd nnRinriv nnu 01 iol twin vum-,
erly half of Lot 8 In "lock 48. ami
Lots 0. 7. 8 in Hlock 42. of I M-.Ad
dltlon to tho City of Klamath Falls.
Oregon; nnd that nld property miovo
listed and described bo and hereby Is
declared to bo asjesFcd for tho ex-,
penso of said Improvement.
'HEN YOU BUY PUMPS AND QXFORDS IT'S PAR
TICULARLY IMPORTANT TO HAVE THEM FIT
PROPERLY. BESIDES THE DISCOMFORT IT
Pumps and Oxfords, mil
itary or French heel. In
all the popular colors
$5.50 to $13.50
At 17 1
3 Pounds of Pelican Coffee $1.00
We guarantee it,
10 Pounds of Blue Karo Syrup 1.00
6 Cans of Tomatoes 1.00
18 Pounds of White
100 Pounds of Onions 1.00
Buy where they
J. E. Enders & Co.
, .K"-f"9"("M"!"" $
Beans 1.00 i:
Sets I'.QO ::
sell for cash and save 1
i r-rnfuift.nrft!rtYi Htfliojac.