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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Amondcd complaint ai rcrmlttcil
lit bo filed In the en jo of Much ami
Julia Fntvoy ngnlnitt A. Y. W'ultor
Krone, In nn ncllon liwolvlnc n suit
for ilnmnccs In tho sum of $'11.
000.00. It Is not yet known when Hits
I'ftso will roino lo trlnl.
MOTION TO Tlt.WNKKIt
Motion to transfer from law to
Mully slclo ot tho court was filed by
tho plaintiff's attorney In tho cue- of
Ilerthn K. l'lttman vs. 1). F. and (lor
trutlo I. Lawton, and tho Western
llond and Mortgago company, which
Involves tho foreclosure ot a chattel
'Anthony Romcx and O. Arias, two
Mexicans hold last week on charge of
Hclllnc liquor to Indians on the res
ervation. eer released by II. S. Com
missioner ricrt C. Thomas duo to the
fact that tho cvldcnco was not suffi
cient to hold them for trial.
LAKE MEN AROUSED
Ih'rMo Itrport ' of rianic Warden
Hint Stockmen Kill Antelope
PORTLAND. April C Sheepmen
ot Lake county have torn apart tho
report of F. M. Brown, chief deputy
gamo warden, on tho antelope reserve
in southern I-akc county, according
to n reply Just received as signed by
Con J. O'Keefe. J. D. Kellehcr. lien
Daly. John J. O'Keefe, John Single
ton. F. M. Miller. P. P. Barry aad
James Harry Jr.
This report claims that nrown's
report to tho effect that only between
7.000 and 6000 Antclopo renin In In
that county Is In error nnd that there
nro nt least 10.000 antelope. They
say tho stockmen would not kill an
antelope to cat as Brown claimed
they had been doing becauso the
meat Is not tit for consumption.
Tho reply Intimated that tho re
port might havo been encouraged by
ranchers within tho proposed reservo
boundaries who hopo to gain a mon
opoly on tho reservo fcedng ground.
They also intimate that tho bleached
bones of antclopo found by Brown
mght bo somo ot thoso "killed for
scientific purposes" by state and fed
eral wardens during Jhclr visits in
that section ot the country. In con-i
elusion, tho reply derides tho Idea
that Brown could complete an ade
quate report In two weeks ot Investigation.
ItAI'IK-FIRK ACTION' IV
KTOAND FEATCIIE FILM
Motion picture patrons who de
light in the highest type ot photo
drama, a story of breathless sus
pense, mystery and rapid fire ac
tion, will find at the Strand theatre
tonight Herbert Urcnon's brilliant
screen Interpretation of Louis Jos
eph Vance's famous novel, "The
I.ono Wolf," a Selznlck special ot
Two stars are presented In this
production, and the entire cast ot
players I practically of stellar qual
ity. The lovely and popular Hue!
Dawn Is starred together with Bert
I.ytell. In other roles will be seen
a, galaxy ot popular pbotoplayeri
and stage artists, that include such
n am ci as Alfred Hickman, Edward
Abcles, William E. Shay, Stephen
Grattan, William Riley Hatch, Flor
ence Ashbrooks, Juliet Brenon, Jos
eph Challles, Ben Graham, Robert
Fischer and Master Cornish Beck.
Tho story centers about a re
markable criminal, who, because ot
his habit of playing the game sin
Klo handed and his cleverness In
covering bis tracks, Is known to
tho police a8 "Tho Lone Wolf." In
Paris, this man becomes Involved in
tho machinations ot a band of
crooks who term themselves "The
Pack." Among them Is a girl who
nrouscg "The Wolf's" interest and
In his bollot that sbo Is one ot his
craft, he aldg her in escaping from
Thlif escape. Is fraught with many
purlls and thrilling episodes.
Two good comedies in addition
ami tho country store Thursday
ILLINOIS DAY, FORUM
"Telegrams" Arts ltociHrl From
L'nclo Joe Cannon ami llrjiin
"Telegrams" from "Uncle" Joe
Cannon and William Jennings Bryan
were features of tho chamber ot,com
merce forum today, designated as
Illinois day and In chargo of former
residents ot that state, E. B. Hall pre
sided and R. T. McMullen ot Med-
ford, representative of tho Medford
I Grocery company was tho principal
Tho purported telegrams stated
for Undo Joe that all pood citizens
hailed from Illinois whllo Bryan was
quoted as announcing himself a can
didate for the presidency.
McMullen told the members that
the business condition here were not
unlike that ot other localities. He
said the local merchants were to be
complimented tor the brave tight they
bad made under adverse conditions.
Horn Utilize Wato
Enough wuste 'products exist In the
tttuto each year In the form ot grain
Btubblo, skim milk, and cull fruits
ami vegetables to produce economi
cally, It balanced with grain, 375,000
hogs. For tho state as a whole one
hog can bo kept in this manner for
cvory dairy cow, ono for every ten
acres of grain land, and ono hog per
furni to clean up the minor wastes.
This Is a safe production program as
tho people of Oregon consume annu
ally about 391,000 hogs or about a
hog for every two persons. O. A. C.
Experiment station. '
115,000 apportioned from murkot
road fund for I.ampn-Myrtle point
Wi i !. Mi
Valuation ot estates in Oregon sub
ject to Inheritance tax Increased from
$3,814,952.75 to $4,705,835.03 In
First-class dressmaking. All work
guaranteed. Mrs. H. D. Cozad. form
erly of the Andross-Glover Stylo shop,
522 Klamath ave. 3-8
FOR BALE OR TRADE Fordson
.with plow and tractor disk. Box
F. D. Herald office. 5
FOR RENT An apartment. Liberty
Rooms. Cor. 3rd & Main Sts. G-7
WANTED Practical nursing; ma
ternity cases especially; good refer
ences. HI Michigan avo., or Hales
meat market. Phono 29CW. 5-7
FOR SALE Ford touring car. Cheap
If taken. at once, 730 Jefferson 8t.
Phone 138 J. 5-7
FOR SALE 8 dairy cows or will
trade tor sheep or cattle. Box F. D,
Herald office. 5
FOR RENT 2 room apt. Every
thing furnished. $20 per month.
812 Oak St., Phono 283. G-7
Sweet fresh cider, fruits and farm
produce, handled reasonably. Retail
and wholesale. 127 N. 4th. Phone
On April 9, at 8 o'clock the Henley
high school will present "The Time of
His Life," a three-act comedy full of
fun and action. Music will be a feat
ure ot tho entertainment, and re
freshments will be served. Admission
26 and GO cerjts. C-7
FOR 8ALE Liberty Rooming bouse
comiuetely furnished. Inqulro Cor.
3rd & Main. Liberty Rooms, 5
W. J. Black loft for Huntington.
Oregon today. lip has been In tho em
ploy ot Charles Holllday for tho past
Robert Cheyno ot Mt. I.hKI was In
tho city yesterday attending to busi
Esther Vale left thU morning for
a lslt at San Jose.
Nets Ulrlc was on tho train this
morning bound for Dorrls wlicro ho
will remain for a few days.
It. K. Jotters loft today for Med
ford for nn Indefinite, stay.
John Dixon left this morning for
Porttand where ho will attend to
business or a few days.
Registered nt the White Pelican
hotel nre: W. H. Coche. Pertland:
J. C. Williams. San Francisco; II. L.
Welder. Portland; Wi'V. Webster,
Medford; Robert I Davis, Swan
Registered at tho Hall are; Jack
Hardener. Modoc Peint: L. Glenger,
Chltoquln; J. E. Kltgore, Langril
Valley: William B. Chase, Benanza:
II. O. Brown. Fort Klamath: J A.
Mahoney, Bonanza, and Tom O'Con
nor, Fort Klamath.
Maurice Qulnlan was a business
visitor heo yesterday from his home
Chauncey Raymond left for Weed
this morning for a short slay.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smith
were passengers on this morning's
train for Medford. They will return
Jlra Davis, millwright at tho At
g ma mill, nnd who has been at that
place for tho past 12 years has sev
ered his connections with the com
pany and will go to Portland
W. J. Roberts, formerly of the
firm of Roberts nnd Whltmoro of
this city. Is very lit at Medford. J. A.
and J. B. Houston have been notified
to come to his bedside.
Miss Cora Miller, who has been
visiting friends here, left for Chllo-
quln today for an extended stay.
Verne Gordon, prominent rancher
from tho Miller Hill district, was a
business visitor hero today.
Dr. E. D. Johnson, who has been
away for several days on a tbuslncss
trip to San Francisco and Reno, Ncv
nda, will return homo tonight.
Miss Madge Dixon, for several
months employed In tho First Stato
and Savings bank, has taken a post
lion with tho American National
GOO L MILK
The ninth death from septic sore
throat in Portland has been reported
with the death Friday of Mr. Helen
l.ambersou. 7l sears old. No. 3SR
Tehth street Ono or two other deaths
may no expected, said Dr. it. I.. Ben
son, city bacteriologist, from tho 100
case lioWbollovcd to exist.
State health nuthorltles asserted
today that tho disease Is milk borne
and urge emergency legislation by
the city council which would renulre
pasteurization ot milk from all dair
ies before It Is put on sale.
Two persons died Sunday (leorge
Wolfe, who had been III 10 days, nnd
Armani! . Strohecker Jr., 10.
mouths-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs A. (!
StrohecKer, No. 726 4 Patton boule
vard. In a letter to Dr. John C. Abete.
acting city health officer. Dr F. 11
Strlrkor. state health officer, said-
"Streptococcus sore throat Is now
a recognized disease entity with n
distinct clinical history The cause of
this disease Is known to be tho strep
tococcus homoh Metis. Most nuthort-
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in: iimi'i- iiini (tie iiimmm i- in 1 1 1. t
borne. Tho public should be Informed - Mnrtin Ramsby Otl
present lime milk Is tho until n of In
feetlim Pasteurization will destroy
Asks Sxinl Ortllimurn
"After rnrofully considering thesd
facts the state board of health rec
ommends that nn ordtiiaiiio bo draft
ed requiring all dealers to pasteurize
milk botoro offering the same lor
sale. As an eineri:enev itieaHiire. Din
public should I'll advised to boll all '
milk that Is not pasteurized before I
using the same
"Compulsory pasteurization Is the
solution of this pioblem ami many!
vt tho largest cities ot this country
nie demanding that milk before It Is i
offered for vale must bo brought to
a toinpuruturo ot 145 degrees K. and
held there for 30 minutes"
The only dairy handling pasteuriz
ed milk In Klamath Falls Is tho Holll
day Dairy, which not only pasteurizes
Its entire product, with the exception
of that which Is ordered otherwise,
but uses tho most sanitary methods
In handling as well, Including tho
tm of modem mllkliiir machines. No
contamination ot tho product Is po i
slble under their method ot handling I
the milk, from tho source of supply '
to tho ultimate consumer," -Adv j
n reenrd to this fact In order that
rtiey may take steps to protect them
selves by bolflng tho milk, especially
during the prevalence of nn epidemic
Tlirlvv In let' lYrnm
"Epidemic sore throat Is caused by
the Ingestion of milk or milk prod
ucts that contain tho streptococcus
hemolytlcus. It Is a known fact that
this germ will maintain Its vlrutency
tor several weeks In Ice cream, but
the germ Is destrorcd In sour or acid
"The sourco of contamination Is
duo to the contact of milk with In-
O.A.C Rook Track Team
OREGON AGRIUULTI'RAI. COL
LKtfK, April 5 Martin llnmsby nns
been picked to represent tho Oregon
Agricultural college rook truck team
in tho sprints. Ramsby Is n freshmen
In commerce. He wns graduated from
Klamath Falls high school last enr
where ho was prominent In athletics
Ho is a member ot tho Sigma Nu
fected milkers and milk handlers
Tho udder of the cow Is Infected by tlll OF THANKS
tho milker and nn Inflammation off Mr and Mrs. Walter R. Campbell
tho udder or mastitis takes place j desire to express their appreciation
"In an epidemic of. streptococcus of tho many acts of kindness and ex
soro throat very little good Is nccom- presslons of sHupathy tendered to
pllshed by Isolation nnd quarantlnu thorn during their hour of hen-ate-of
patients. Tho one effective meas- ment by their many friends, and ton
tiro Is to eradicate tho sourco of In- der their heart-felt thauks to ono and
fcctlon. As far as Is known nt the alt.
where KvrnvnoDr goes-
HOME OF THE HODKl.VHOX FEATURES
Hazel Dawn and
Also GOOD COMEDIES
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30
Semi -Annual Notion Fair
Sale Begins Saturday
UERE is a Sale Event every thrifty person will thor
" oughly enjoy. It is a sale featuring our NOTION
DEPARTMENT, in which great varieties and splen
did assortments of dependable lines can be bought at
less than regular prices.
Tho main object of this important sale is to holler acquaint you with
our notion section. It is here that you can supply all your needs in draw
accessories in lingerie accessories in sowing materials in toilet articles
ami in hundreds of other items of daily use.
Come to the store and got thoroughly acquainted with our Notion De
partment. To make your visit doubly interesting, all notion lines will .be
offered to you this week and next at an extremely low price. The prices be
low speak for themselves. Take advantage of them.
BIG ASSORTMENT OF DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE
AT LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES
Snap Fasteners, card .. .. 'I'ne
Hooks and Eyes, card . A e
Harper's Steel Needles, pkg 25 10c
Thimbles, each -. le
Pocket Combs, each 17c
Brushes, each Me
Nail Files, each 23c
Nail Buffers, each . . 0c
Hose Supporters, pair 15c
Klastic Web, yard . 7c
Elastic Cord, yard .. 17c
Shelf Paper, fi-yd. lengths ... 8c
Paper Napkins, per 100 20c
Cleaning Mits, each 10c
Jumbo Toilet Paper, roll 0c
Sewing Machine Oil, bottle 21c
Talcum Powder, box . .2fe
Blue Rose Talcum Powder, box IDc
ehmW OUR ANNUAL
WITH ? - I II
In Hosiery and Shoes
Can be Found
at This Store
You will like our new Two Strap Pumps in Grey
Suede, Patent and Satins
See the new Sport Oxfords
Nifty new Pumps for the Little Ones
The Wonder Hose
for all the family
Superior Shoe Service
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