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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER , IPfll.
LONDON, Oct., 12 A rift In the
dollcato Irish situation seoms to hovor
oror tho conforonco between tho re
presentative, of tho nrltlsh govorn
mont arid tho loaddrs In tho Sinn
Fein rTinkB, which wn. hold ycstorday
la tho cabinet room of Promlor Lloyd
aoorgM' resldonco, No. 10 Downing
troot. Tho session lasted from 11
o'clock, to 1 p. m., adjourning until
4 o'clock In the aftornoon.
Tho Irish delegates to tho confer
ence woro choorod lustily as thoy
frOYO away from tho mooring. Ap
parently tho ,socrots of the confer
ence will not be. made public as ono
of tho jiremlor's aocrotarles smiling!
remarked to n newspnpor man, "You
cannot oxpect any news for weeks
Information gleaned from officii!
circles was that ropiosontatlvos from
Belfast may bo Invited to participate
in tho conference. '
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' bo glron over to the addresses and
discussions. At noon dologates were
to bo guests at luncheon given by
Beattlo business men.
..WA8HINQTON, Oct. 12. During
ka tiitniinv MiifAn t tilii fall more
than G.000,000 pors,ons, Estimates
tho Biological survey or mo uniwa
Btatoa Department of Agriculture,
will go out with a'gun Into tho woods
and fields or Amorlcn. Their going
emphasises tho growing need of more
adequate and uniform laws to con
servo and protect tho, country's dwin
dling game supply.
"it has boon tho practice In many
States," the department says, "to.ls-
auo hunting licenses for tno open
..ft.nn tn nil nnDllcants, with too lit
tle regard for the available- game
aupply of any particular area. The
hunters' may far outnumbor the an
imals hunted within a glvon section,
and under such conditions the ex
tinction or big game especially is In
evitable "The Department or Agriculture
advocatos a llmltod license plan for
big gamo, baaed on annual estimates
of game conditions In each district.
This means that tho number or big
game licenses Issued for a given area
la one season would depend upon the
number of game animals which It
has been determined In advance can
be spared. Proper administration of
thla sort should consorvo gamo In
the greatest number consistent with
the reasonable demands for local
grating and other Interests and ob
viate the necessity for establishing
perennial closed seasons, 'except on
areas being restocked."
To Preserve Houte
Said to Have Been
Home of Edgar Poe
., RICHMOND, Va Oct., 12 Al
though tho old atono houso In Main
atreot, not far from the Conforderate
Soldiers' and Sallora' monument on
t.thbv Hill, has been acquired by tho
Association for tho Preservation ot
Virginia Antiquities ,,nnd will do
vnown as tho Edgar Allan Poo shrlno,
it In contondod by somo that tho poet
had no connection with tho building
and that tbo houso In which Poo uvea
hero ,all havo boon dostroyed.
Tho old atono house Is presumod to
bo tho oldest building in the city and
Is bellevod to havo boon constructed
in 168B. It was believed that by
manv nersons to bavo been George
.Washington's one time headquarters
ad has been referred to as such. The
structure has been completely res
tored and will be thrown open to the
public next month.
In the rear of the house a pergola
ka been built of brick, atono and
keama that came from the old office
m ihn Bnuthern Literary Messenger.
Vblch Poe edited. In the yard of
tu nremlsea will be seen a garden
flaiiad to nernetuated the Idea of
Foe'a "Enchanted Garden," the ori
ginal ot which la supposed to nave
keen at Secondhand ,FraaWln atreeta.
London'a lateet musical prodigy Is
little MIm Audrey Smith, who read
kuslo long beforesue,, could ajpell
i'd pertormedvln,publlc concerts at
mL ... nf four.
Will Develop New
Gold Mining DUt.
BBATTLB, Wash., Oct. "-Every- .--.-- ka. 0e, .,
thing that makes ror betterment or; --- -- - ,
.. .... . The W How Creek auartt goldvmln-
a port maintenance, equipment, r ., . . . ., . . ..,'. .
nnancmg, bu.lne..,organsat.on. . strict, recent ly the subject o
. . ' . . . Tfrnl nnwn dlinatches. some Of
couragement or transport oy water, rnnnrtInip ' ., ' ', ..llrlkfl,.,
nler construction are to be aiaeusseo - - -
purrauwutuuii will become a "Dorraanent deep mln-
by experts rrom every pari, mm -. . r
' . ... . inr enmn durlne tho eomlna; season.
word at tho tentn annual conven- - ",,-,'" Vi,,,nw,w.
t.on of tho Association of American th. opinion of 1 Or AltndNoks,
Port Authorities, which opened hero lor or tho "" States Geological
, Survey, who has just completed a
Th; convention will remain In .e.-Ptlal examination of Jthe locality.
..on four day.. After It. conclusion .Seven stamp ml Is on high wto
many or tho hundreds 'of doleatosl"" ' .... "l""""v"- . : " '
'. .. . .x. "it ment of tho camp will mean a heavy
nere rro movory aocuun u. mo u..-.- .
7. j,.im niinn. ft. . tonnago for the now govornmont
"Tho oHy regret I havo about
Tanlac la that ,1 did not get It
sooner, ror It certainly put me In
fine shape In a vory short time,"
said John R. Lundgulst, 938 East
Twenty-third street, North, Port
land, Ore '
"Mv trouble started with tho In
fluenza, and ever since I had it, un
til Tanlac straightened mo out, I
wa. In a run-down and miserable
condition. I ate hardly enough to
keep a bird allv.e and even the
mll amount I did eat used to
cause me hour, of .ufforlng after
'Tanlac did for mo what all tho
other medicine, failed to do and
I am strong ror It. It tonedtnp my
v.tAm. rave me now life and en-
orrv. and although ! eat' anything I
tinw v finTAv have a Stan ox
Indigestion. Teniae Is certainly In
a das. by Itself."
Tanlac and Maniac Vegetable PHI
are sold by Druggists everywyiereradv
'WKM the advent ot women bar
risters In England, the question has
arisen whether they will be required
to wear thVwlK a. well as the gown,
when they appear In Court.
REDFIELD'S CASH GROCERY ;
THURSDAY FHJDAY HATURDAY
Prnt l,nkn Flour .. ...v. 2.Q0
Crystal Whlto Soap, 7 a Bar, IB Bar. . 1.00
Swifts Whlto Soap, 18 Bar. $1.00, Box ...'. .. .0
Corn Meal, 9 lb. Sack' '
Corn Flakes, 2 for ... ' '"
.Citrus Washing Powder.
Pea -Foam - l " Vi
Leading Brand. Coffee ...................
Eggs, in trade --
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2104 South Sixth Street
well, will nttend tho convention of
Pacific Coast Port Authorities to bo
hold In Vnncouver, B. C
railroad, mining mon point out
Dr. Brooks also said there was
ample evidence ot oil In the valloy
a"' P." Hart or WMh-Jnoar Anchorage. It. value he pre-
Ington, Mayor Hugh M. Caldwwoll,
ot Seattle and Dr. W. T. Cbrlstensen,
chairman or tho Beattlo Port Com
mission, were to deliver addresses ot
welcome at today's opening session.
Addresses on today's program In
cluded tho follewing:
Habor Transit Sheds," J. B.
Strauss, Chicago; "Enlargement or n
River Port by Reclamation In the
Bay as It. Outlet," by Harry Phll-
lans, Mayor ot Mobile, Ala.; -can.
ada'a First Winter Port," R. E. Arm
strong, secretary or the St. Johns,
N. B. Board ot Tradejr "Port Man
nmont." L. A. P. Warner, secret
ary and general manager ol the Har
bor Board, Liverpool, bngianu;
"Dock, and Harbors Qoneral Struct
ural Layout. System, and Control,
Operation and Changes," D. J. Owen,
general managor and secretary of
tho Harbor Commission, Belfast, Ire
land; "Cargo Unloading Apparatus,"
M. H. Brondson, city engineer of
ProvldeneeR. I., "Appraisal or Wat
erfront Terminal, and Harbors" H.
McL. Harding, consulting engineer
for the State ot New York; "Dock
Aprons," B. C. Alln, director or the
Port ot Houston, Texa.; "The New
Naval Harbor .on Lake Michigan,
Commander Walter II.' Alien, u. S.
N.J "Port of Portland, Maine," Fred
erick II. Fay, .Boston. k
dieted, will dopend on the depth ot
the overlying structure.
natrium hi, nitonted tho advance
program of a modfeal examination for
evory child worker not later man a
month after ho has entered an Indus
trial occupation, to bo repeated once
s year until tho child reaches elgnt
vrvrtniz win rTRKDTTOttB.
In the County Court ot the Stateor
n..k tnm Vtatnnth Count.
In the Matter ot the Estate or James
Almond Rutherford, ueceasoa.
v.,,.;. i. tiAAH vivAn that I have
t .- .nMMi. aAminltfMlnr nf the
Estate or James Almond Rutherford.
Deceased, by the above entiueo conn
and all porson. having claims against
.. Mi.t. ....a rAfliilrAA in nrescnt
I them, with the proper vouchors, with
in six montn. irom tno uuw ui i
Hti.. m thla aflmlnlfttrntlnn at the
offlco'of Manning': Oanong, Loom!.
Bldg., Klamath Fan., Kiamaiu coun
Dated Beptemner n, i2i.
nrn n ntlT7.Zt,E.
Administrator or the Estate ot James
Almond Hutnerrora, veceasea.
Today at the Liberty
Rose of, old ' Italy, tramplanted to
Am,ericn orf there to bloom andflame:
hate and love, in the intense old-world
The funniest comedian on the silver sheet
BUSTER KEATON IN "THE GOAT9
and in addition to this picture we will show
From the celebrated stage success of the
same name .
A nmalnon Art will 11 It
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Not coal land
U. 8. LAND OFFICE at Lakevlew,
Oregon, Sept. 26, 1921.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Wil
liam Wdrden. ot Midland. Oregon,
who, on Nov. zw, iaio. mu
Homestead Entry. No. 08398. lor
t i aaMlnn 9.R. TnwnnniD 40 B.
Range' 9 E.. Will. Meridian, has riled
notice or intention to nu iui
three-year Proor, to establish claim
to the una aoove aescnuou, nmum
C R. DoLap, Clerk or the County
Court, at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on
the 3rd day ot November, 1921.
Claimant name. a. witnesses.
W. 0. Sherll. T. J. Lyons. C. W.
Potter, J. W. Jory. all or Midland,
iNotlce will bo published ror rive
consecutive weexs in i .,uiui
3. v. BDRGESS. Register.
TWsilditff Etfmbidinary I
Man or Beast Which?
tfco age ot four.
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Car Owners wsnt more rubber on the tread where the' wear Is
hardest; more gum between cord plies to perfect a reJt "J
powerful carcats. And they want a saentaficaUy g Noo
Skid tread with all angles and contact to resist skidding rodgivt)
sure traction. Firestone Cord Tires have met these demands of
taa car owners. , ,
Read Letters Below
Records from 29,000 to 57,000 Miles
Hbw and then they at smpfcS
bed by unusual taitancea1 rack
M quoted below. Perfonnanees
like these demonstrate the ultl
Boate posiibllities of FireatotM
Cords under careful driving.
Card Tkea buflt the Firestone
way could not fail to produce
mileage. Every day, from" all over
the country, comes the word that
10,000. 90,000 or 30,000 miles are
frequent and consistent records,
a it, mi
,Te Uaiverstly of Missouri has one
jtyyear-old co-ed and another who is
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tr titf and had bora
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Uua 11,000 nulc, and aro
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F CORD TIRES
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