The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, June 23, 1921, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    THURSDAY, JUNE, M, I Ml.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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AGE OF ELECTRIC POWER
HERE DECLARES EXPERT
Outbursts of Everett True
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NOTE: In view of tho vast potential hydro-cloctric power develop
ment that tho Klamath watershed ta cannblo of producing, tho follow
tBf aamnlnc up of the case of electricity vi. steam, should bo read and
considered by every reader of Tho II erald.
That California wilt have a popu
lation of 10.000,000 by 1950 and
that tho known oil supply of the
United States will be exhausted with
in the next 13 years at the present
rate of consumption was tho predic
tion of Robert Sibley, editor of tho
Journal of Electricity and Western
Industry, made at the Industrial con.
ferenco which waa the feature of tho
open session held at Del Monte, Cali
fornia, Juno 10, by the Pacific Coast
Geographic dWlslon of tho National
Eleotrlo Light association. The sug
gested solution made to both those
propositions was a greater develop-
Btont of the water powers of the
state. Sibley's conclusion are based
upon the results of an exhaustive sur
rey mad through tho cooperative
effort of tb 68 power companies of
the west aesUted by nearly 4000 in
dustrial plant scattered throughout
this region.
Fleas of tho public (017100 Indus
try wore node public at this time
which lnvolre tho building of pow
er plant with a capacity of nearly
two'ainioa horsepower within the
next toa yean In this state alone,
calling for an expenditure of more
thaa $500,000,000.
The West ha Grown Faster Thaa
United State
Other facta brought out at this
Mm show that the eleven states
west of tho Rocky mountains hare
shown a much mora rapid growth
ta tho past In almost every line of
activity than the United State as a
whole. The as eased Talne of pro
perty In tho west ha multiplied
nearly fire tlmea since 1900, whllo
the United State ahows a present
total only two. and onMialf times
aa great a that of 30 years ago.
Western bank clearings have In
creased at more than double tho rate
achieved by the country as a whole.
Farm crop from these atate are
now more than four times greater
than thoy were at tho beginning of
the century, whllo figures for tho
wholo country show not more than a
trlplo Increase. Manufactured pro
ducts show a similar balanco In ra
rer of tho west which has grown
In manufacturing activities nt al
most doublo tho rata of tho reel of
the country.
Electricity Needed for Future Growth
Tho hdvantago of tho west In
abundant water power was one of tho
reasons given for this supromacy and
omphaaia wits laid on tho Importanco
of electric development to serve tho
future growth of this state. "Over
one-third of tho total acreage now
Irrigated In California is aorved with
water by pumping," said Slbloy
"and future agricultural development
Is almost entirely depondent upon
electric service" He also omphn
sited tho Importance of eloctrlctty to
manufacturing and demonstrated that
for every two porsons added to the
population, ono horsepower In gen
erating machinery must be Installed
In local power plant to meet their
needs.
Four horsepower In the power
plant will generate enough power
to serve one cloctrlfled home, at tho
same time that It serves manufactur
ing enterprise corresponding to
about $4000 In investment, and irri
gates flvo acres of land, mining $720
worth of oro and carrying 1800 pas
sengers' on electric railways. The
tremendous growth predicted for tho
next ten years In tho west will only
be possible, according to Slbler, If
the money Is forthcoming' to carry
out the "power program which tho
public service Industry has laid out.
Prominent bankers, chamber of
commerce officials, heads of indus
trial concerns and newspaper men
a well a the leaders of the pub
lic service Industry from all parts of
the coast are in attendance at the
conference to consider tho possibili
ties of forestalling any curtallmont
f industry through a possible pow.
er shortage in the future.
I
OREGON BREVITIES
APBHDLETON. June 33. Ship
oalr tho boot fat Umbo for the
present, la tho advice of the Knoltln
Commission compear, la a wire to
the Cunningham Sheep and Land
company, from Chicago. The mes
sage explain that there ha been a
aroak la the market during the
pact several days, making the top
prloe $10.50 to fll.70.
!
PR1NEVILLE. Jane 21. Oold
aying 1 1 per ton, of which about
$4 can be recovered, I present In
tho Ochoco mine, according to a
statement made by John V. Rich
ards, representative of tho state bu
reau of sains.
1 WEATHER RECORD
o
Hereafter Tho Reratd will publish
the mean and maxima m tempera
area and precipitation record aa tak
en by the U. 8. Reclamation service
tatloa. Publication will cover the
day previous to tho paper'a Issue, up
to 6 o'clock 01 tne day.
Pre
cipitation
.29
1 ROSEBURO, Juae 33. The first
forest fires of the seasoa wore re
ported last week by the air patrol.
The observer In the southbound
plaa located two fire on a dry
mountainside about 14 miles north
east of Olendale: A message waa
Immdlatly sent to the Douglas coun
ty fire patrol, and men were sent
out to guard the blaze. These aro
the tint fires to bo located by the
air patrol this year, and they -were
found within a very short time after
being started.
Max. Mln,
June 1 78 41
Juno 2 78 48
June 3' 70 CI
Juno 4 74 46
June 5 83 49
June 8 .. 88 C4
June 7 77 50
June 8 77 47
June 9 . 74 44
June 10 84 47
June 11 86 46
June 12 88 44
Jane 13 84 30
Jane 14 72 36
June 16 61 39
Juno 16 .......... 66 36
June 17 69 36
June 18 63 47
Juno 19 73 44
June 20 ........ 81 46
Juno . 31 86 47
June .. 23 90 63
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FKLICAN DAT BUS
Fare 26c each way
Leaves Rex Cafe Leaves Pelican City
7:45 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
12:45 p. m. 1:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m.
Reckard Read Service
Phono 77
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KX-RERVICE KEft, ATTENTION I
Klsmath Post No. 8,
American Legion meets
at tho City Hall on the
(Iral anil third Tueadaya
of each month.
Ex-eervlre mon nre Invited to at
tend the meetings.
For memberahlp rarda or Informa
tion ex-service mon aro requratod to
aoe or write tho following efficers:
J. II. Carnahan, Commander.
Roy N. Fouch, I'oat Adjutant
For relief of employment see or
write tbo Chairman of The Relief and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, caro Lakeside Lumber com
pany.
Klamath Dye Works
Phon4M
OUR CLEANING, PRamfUNO aUTB
REPAIRING WILL MAKB lOfJB
CLOTHM
LOOK LIKE NEW
HATH IlKULOCKKD
Oood Called for aad Delivered
4S1 Mala Street aUaaaaah FaaH
MEDFORD, Jane 23. Guy Pen
nel, who Is here from Tiller, re
port great progress on the Crater
Lake cntoff highway between Tiller
and Drew. Two crows, totaling 60
workmen, are now employed on this
four-mile segment, aad will have
tbo grading completed within a, few
weeks.
PENDLETON, Jane 23. alter
two years, Edgar L. McAllister, 720
Cosble, head car inspector at Rletb,
has received from tbo United States
government a patent on bis combi
nation sanitary garbage can and
fly trap.
officers. This Is the limit of pun
ishment that can be given .and It is
tbo second man who ha been given
the' limit by Justice Maybco recently.
FRED WESTERFELD
PhOB 484W.
X-Ray Laberaaor
Herald classified ad pay yon.
MARSHFIELD, June 23 L. L.
Thomas of the Marahfiold dun club
established new record at the
local traps when bo broke 71 clay
pigeons la succession. It was at a
practise shoot of some of the mem
bers. ' After making this phenom
enal record, Mr. Thomas missed the
72d bird Bad QH.
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MARSHFIELD, Juno 23. Albort
Roger, aged about 60 years, of
North Bead, was fined $500 and
eateoeed to six months la Jail by
Justice C. I. Maybe of North Brad.
Thi'maa pleaded guilty to baring
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Offle Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician aad Sargeoa
White Balldlag
Klamath Falls Oregoa
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KkBaatk Loilfa No. 117
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Meets Friday night of each weak at
I. O. O. F. hall, 6th and Main street
CHIROPRACTORS
DRS.
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MALLETT
OFFICE OVER UNDERWOOD'S
Phone B80-J. Seventh A
H. H. Ogle ..........N. O,
Chas. Newman ................V. a.
O. B. Mangue .........8ecy.
W. D. Cofer ..................Trsas.
ENCAMI'MKNT
J. H. Houston .....m...........C. P.
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L. J. MeCIure ...Bcribe
K. J. Mayer .....Traarer
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic PhysicUn and
Surgeon
Office and Residenct
Phones 321 '
I. O. O. F. Temple
DR. J. G. GOBLE
Tho well-known Optlelaa
now locatod In K. D. Block,
1313 Main. Phone 218-M.
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
li78 MAIN HT. PHONE 548-W
WILL-
Take oat Cellar or Fill la Lots
CON MURPHY
B17 Mortimer St. Phone B41-W
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGaWB
LO.O.F.BoJldamg
PaoaeteW
Resldeace Whit Pelleaa Hotel
Sealdeaee Phoao I.
'The Dest Insurance for Every Need'
UAIililNH-IJONKIiHON
INSURANCE AGENCY
First State Bank Building
Phono 660-W.
We can servo you Insurancewlse.
CLARA B. CALKINS,
MOLLIS S. DONELSON.
FTLZ SCHOOL OF POPULAR
MUHIO
: FACTORY SHOP::
! Mattrnups Marin and II
1 paired, upholstering Crating, !
: : packing. i
I! J. K. HKATTON, PROP. "
70JI H. OUi Nt. Phono 167.
GLOVER
MAKES
Your Watch Ketp
Tim.
511 Main St.
Klamath Falls
L. D. Gats. M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
GLASSES FURNISHED
Warren Hunt Hospltnl Phono 497
Re. Whit Pollnin Hotel, Psaae S
Let Your GLASS trouble
be Mine
C E. STUCKEY
RwGUzin and Cabim
. Masking
Phone 477W
Eleventh and Pins
,W NEW CITY LAUNDRY
FINISHED WORK
FLAT WORK
ROUGH DRY
Tut Your Duds
la Our Suds"
PHONE 184
Corfff Mala aad Coaf
I have constructed thru years of
ezpeiienco tbo only course that
teaches you to ploy tho piano by
NOTE and by EAR In 10 to 20 lea-
sons. Write for particulars, 701 11th
St., Klamath Falls. Ore. Phone 367R.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phoae. 497 Night Phoao.
832 Main Street Phone 91-W
Upp'a Auto Service
DAY AND NIOHT SERVICE
' Ezperloncod Driver
New Cars Klamath Falls, Or.
Excavating
.Teaming
Let ns make you a price on dig
ging that basement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. We 'also
do team work of ovary description,
J. O. CLEGHORN
, CIVIL ENOINBER AND
SURVEYOR
Phone 192J 133 8. Riverside
'Household Furniture
GOODS OF ALL KINDS
OUR PRICES RIOHT
We Buy, Sell and Exchange.
Gar, Sixth .and Klamath Are,
iw Wf
Concrete for Pernaneice
Take advantage
of the low cost of
construction and
build now.
Porter can do the
job.
Louis K. Porter
1140 Main St.
Phone 540-W
KUnutth Fall Cyclcry
Wo aro here to serve yon. aad
aim to serve you right. Motoroyeles
and Bicycles, fart ana Acessones.
Tires and Tabes, that wl)l stand
roar inspection, as we carry the
best in our lino. Repair shop la
connection with Harlsy-Davldsoa
Service.
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