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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1921)
TOE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
jTKe Office Cat (
On the Fence-
Empoycr "Dd you notlco that ad
in -this morning's paper, 'Loarn to
earn $25 por week at stenography?"
Stenographer "Sure, .but I wasn't
Interested becnuso I am gottlng that
.Employr "Yes, but tho ad: Bald
On account of tho In wages at
Gary, Ind., tho lawyorg thero havo
reduced tho too for gottlng 'divorces
from .$100. to $50. When pooplo
start after 'a divorce tho prlco nover
cuts any figure.
(From) the .Hillsdale, Mich., Dally
NWS. ' I i I
Hlllsdalo St, I can glvo good bat.'
taction unless you aro on old crank
that Ood or Devil can't, pleaso. ,
'A physician says tho modern girl
lias learned not to wear, tight clothes.
WJurd'rag In that word "Tight."
LIFE AS I SEE IT
"Madamo Curio, whllo studying
-aclenco, washed dishes for a living.
IThis is no Joke, flappers, : a
littlelesson offorcd gratis with tho
. Tho man who looks ou lifo as a
Joke has a queer ,8onsp of humor.
; ." " I
j Society note Mrs. Wnltor Laugh
man, while slopping pigs last Sat
urday, loft tho swill barrel lid fall
oil hor broken toe and broVo tho toe,
((Boys, tako care of your oyos the
fall styles will soon bo hero.
, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Oct. 10.
Advocating recognition of tho ynluo
and Importance of humano work by
tho individual states as wo I ns by
the government. Dr. A. E. Fredericks
of, Madison, Wis., Wisconsin Stnto
-Humano Agont, In addressing tho
American' Humane Association horn
today told tho delegates It was a fit
ting rownrd for tho pfllmcs thankless
m'on and women tho world over.
"It Is n mark of advancing civili
zation," continued Dr. Fredericks."
"It Is Indicative of gcnulno educa
tion and finally It Is tho' Imprint of
Christianity extending In its Influ
ence oven unto tho portals of our
government whoso thought and llfo It
must Influence-, and sway to;tho bot
torment of tho world.
"Tho appointment "of a humane of
ficer by tho state means moro than
financial support. It means that hu
mano work has become a duty of
tho state. It constitutes a genuine
recognition of tho real, worth of the
entire humantarlan movomont, not
only as It applies to the protection of
human beings but also as It applies
to the protection of animals.
"In Wisconsin tho duties of tho
humane agont, as outllnod by law,
are threo feld: to enforce the hu
mane laws, to promote humane edu
cation and to superintend and assist
In tho organization of humane sod
ties. All of theso duties wtilch tho
stato can and should .assume.
"It Is tho distinct duty of tho
stato to protect from cruelty its
human and animal life. This duty
cannot bo donled nor rightfully shirk
ed. This is a fundamental prlnclplo
of government. Tho causo of human
ity must livo forover. In Its final
jconsummntlon lies tho hope of pcaco
and happiness for ho world."
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WEDNESDAY, OOTODEIl 10, 1081.
TIOltD ANNUAL CONFERENCE
- ,Tho Third -Annual Conference for
Oldor Boys of Southern Oregon will
bo hold In Ashland, October SI, US,
and 23. Tho purposo of the son-
foronco is to bring togothor the
oldor boys from tho ditforent com
munities and cities to discuss some
of tho . vital questions pertaining
to Do'y Llfo today. Tho theme of
the' conforenco Is "Tho .Prlco 'of
Leadership." Thore will be some
fine addresses by strong speakers
and leadors bcsldoBv plenty' of tlmo
given for' discussion; and papers by
older boy on othor subjocts.
X-8ERVICH MEN, ATTHNTION1
Politicians ere prono to sit "on
the fenoe." Of courso that itn'i
why Secretary of tho Interior Fall
is doing It hero. He's watching the"
buffalo . roundup la Yellowstone
Klamath Post No. ,
American Legion meets
at the City Hall on the
first and third Tuesdays
of oach month.
, Ex-service mon are iiivltod to at
tend tho meetings.
For membership carcW or lnforma
tlon. ox-iervlco men at requested to
see or write the, following pfflcers:
J. H. Carnahan, Commandor.
Roy N. Fouch, Post Adjutant.
For rellof of employment see or
wrlto tho Chairman of Tho Relief and
Employment Committee, Francis
Oldi, care Lakeside Lumber company.
that you can work yourself
with paint, varnish or enamel
ULSTER MEN DRILLING)
(LONDON, Oct. 19. Lloyd doorge
voluntoor forco Is being organized
and numerous Ulster eJc-scrvIca men
nro enrolling. "Why shouldn't thoy
be ython, tho Sinn Foln aro drilling
o'vori In Belfast,", was tho comment
In offlclnl Quarters.
Klunatk Lodf N. W
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main streets
W. 0. Wells
O. D. .Mangue
W. D. Cofor ...
H. V. Drown
Montana Fir Seed
To Reforest Britain
j Something not to worry abeut:
"Why peeping Toms do not havo to
bang around windows Any moro.
ANNUAL WEATHER FORECAST
It ls'golng to be a long, cold, chil
ly, icy, snowy, blustory,- stormy, bllz
sardy, sleety winter; .This predic
tion is made only after all of ilio
authorities havo been careful1' con-
suited, and wo mako It with full
Jcnowlodge of tho corsequenceB
should our prognostication bo wrong.-
It is truo that tho corn hunks nro
not m thick or as tight as usual, bilt
this la tho only slim' that' mlcht In-
..'... nH MKAH mUI.. V...U !...-'
iwau u uoit niuiur. r.vcr uuivr
old standby takes tho opposite por
Item 1. Tho caterpillars aro at
jleast throe shades darker than usual,
Dark . caterpillars always moan cold
Itom. 2, Squirrels aro beginning
jtnelr hoarding' unusually early a
I Item 3. A roport from Lpng. Lake
'says that tho ground hogs aro al
ready starting their hibernation.
; Itom 4. Squirrels and all other
iwlld. creatures havo exceptionally
,''Item C. Tho first frost, as pre
dicted by this colyum, cam'o Monday,'
October 17, two weeks aboad of the
NEW WESTMINISTER, B.,C.,.Oct,
10. Seed fro ratho cones will be ex
tracted In -a largo factory now being
oroctcd for that purposo. Tho
seeds will boused In 'a groat reforest
ation schomo in tho' British Isles.
Tho Dominion department of public
works.has erected athroe-story build
ing to houso tho plant and machlne'ry
Is now-being Installed. Fir and horn
lock conos will bo gathered In nil
parts of British Columbia and thresh
ed out at tho plant hero. Tho In
dustry will bo operated by' tho forest
LLOVD GEORGE WILL ATTEND
BELFAST, Oct. 10. An Ulstor
today announced to tho Houso of J- V. Browbakor .......
Commons that ho expects to go to
tho Washington nrmamont and Far
.bastorn conrorenco as soon as Par
liament nnd tho genoral situation
renders it possible.
Even tho worm will turn porhaps
Into n butterfly.
Tho truest test of friendship is not
In. words,, hut In actloiiB.
df you can't havo what you liko try
to liko what you havo.
L. J. McClure
Nato Otterboln .
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Specialist in Extractions, Oral,
Surgery and dlseaaea ot tho
Room 10 over Golden Rule
At the Horse Show
Home for Old Age
SPOKANE,, Wash.,, Oct. 10. Spo
kano branch ot tho National Associa
tion 'of Lottor Carriers may eventu
ally have a home of Its own undor tho
terms ot tho will of Thomas R. Jones,
a former carrier. (
rrho will, which was admitted to
probate this' week, provides that at
tho death of the deceased's brother,
W. E. Jones, of Cramel, N. Y., the os
tato shall revert to the letter car
riers. Tho will provides that thoy!
may ubo a residence for a clubhouse
Tho estato Includes about $8,00.0 In
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- Many women prominent in east
ern society attended tho 2Sth An
nual Ilorso Show at Bryn Mawr,
Pa. This photograph of Mrs. John
R. Cummlnes was taken there. She
formerly was MUs Isabella Waoa
Dr. LOIS C. BRIDOES
First State Saviacs Sank
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the flnctt type. Not
Injured by boltlnr wa
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Also makers of
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Auto Enamel, Darn and Roof Paint,
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. Phone 75
Don't fail to read the Herald Cltuiified Ads.
. One million dollars reward nas
been offered for tho man who finds,
r 'Also why doesn't Mr. Edison or.
somebody elBO Invent a nolso that
can' be heard by thoso who appro-
. I It hain't no uso to grumblo and
t; complain. It's Just ss cheap and
,4easy. to rojolco- James Whitcomb,
"Riley. - '
i It is said thero Is a law In England
requiring the drivers ot on auto to
?,keep both hands on tho wheel. We
Sfsuppose the girls will do tho drlv
Hing under this condition. ,
., - , SUIT ON NOTE
ter,But for the collection of ,an 'al-
lefed'unpald note amounting to
"$i;85.71 with Interest at" 8per
cent and attorney fees amounting
to $860, has been filed In'the. clr-
,,culi court by ,.Wlllam "tlngley
aaWiitii,W.BSeehorn. The note
" AuVod January ;8, 9S1.
.WASIHNQTON, Oct. 10. In fur
thoranco of his humanizing efforts
In tho postoffice. departmont and In
tho postal service ot tho counter.
Postmaster Genoral Hays has un
dertaken an ambitious program of
personal letter writing. His latest
effort in this direction is to wrlto
a message ot appreciation to each
and ovory employe going on tho re
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