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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1922)
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"What oro tio wild waves say
ing?" "I dtinno. Wliat am tho Cbautau
nun lecturer lecturing about?"
Ijil llrr Urn
'TJoaso, ma'am, I've broken fome
nting," said Juno,
"Well, Jono. what In It?" naked
"Pm very sorry, I couldn't help
It," aald Jano crying.
"Don't bo silly. Jano; tell me what
It In." uked tho other.
"Oh, rus'am, tho cucumber wai
crooked and teeing you had company,
1 tried to bond It straight."
A motorist was, driving' i
Aciw thoralfroarttrarkt -
Thn train, upon arriving
Wan ready for attack!
Tho old accelerator , I ' 1 .
Wu winning outi alt right!
Ho got arross but later,
Ho nearly tUndof' fright!'
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Will Wood nay about tho only,
thing up to. date and modern on
some automobile In tho license
Old Tarty: "I am eighty, young
man, and I don't romomber ercr bar
ing told a Ho."
Young Man: "Weill, you can't es
pect your memory to bo very reliable
at that ngo."
MANY PAUTIKS l'JCMC
In apllo of the threatened cold
yesterday optimistic picnicker dis
regarded the frost on their front
wa and went off to the woods for
thAjuy.One of tho big outing par
tie was tho launch party on .Upper
Klamath lake. Tho following fea
lties went by motor boat to ifarrtaaa
Lodge and celebrated with a big din
ner: Mr. and Mrs. A. M. CollUr, Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Collier. Mis Evan
geline Foster, Mr. and Mr. Everett
deary, J-jdward Ocary, Tdlss1 Cos
stance Klar, Mis Frances Jooes,
both of Portland, Percy Collier,
l.loyd Porter, Gecrgo Stevenson, Mis
Florence, Porter, Mrs. a. K. Porter
und Mis Myler Calkin.
RT0EH8LER At Dairy. August U.
1022. to Mr. and Mr. Martla
Stoehsler, a son.
HUN DEBT IS PROBELM
PirmietV Conference Eack Wlthopt
Solmloi) of Reparations
LONDON. Aug. 14. The cbiftr
ence of the allied premier, .which
opened a week ago, came to u end
thl afternoon, wjthout anj, tan
nouncemcatltjQnrogres' towarl a
agreement concerning the German
reparation question being made.
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TIIAINJIRV KILLED IV
WHECK IV MONTANA
DUTTB. Mont., Aug. H. east
bound northcoast Limited and west
bound Northern -Vaclflc freight col
lided a milo east of Durantr George
Laub, oxpfosa messenger on the Lim
ited won killed' and two other of thl
Wa will deliver alab and block
wood to any ranch in. tlw valley at
a reasonable extra cvrga for tke
mileage. Bee us about your wood
for the ranch, our ekarajig are rea
0. Peytw & Co.
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Ataitant Postmaster Re
plies to Criticism,
, WASHINGTON. Aug. 14. W. Irv
ing Glover, third assistant potma
tcr general, replied today to criti
cism reported In omo quarters to
the proposed change In designs of
postage stamps which the postmaster
general now has under consideration.
Glover In n formal statement said
th, Impression seem to prevail that
the new tssto of stamp was proposed
because of a desire of stamp collec
tor for new design, when on the
contrary change were under consid
eration la thn design entirely be
cause tho best Interest of tho ser
vice warrant It.
"In responw to appeals of the
postmaster general for suggestion
for the betterment of the postal ser
vice .thousands of !ntter-uggetng
a new lasuc of postage stamps have
been'recelved from employe of the
postal service, who have pointed out
the advisability of a more distinct
variation In designs "for postage
ittatps. well a color that do not
poMM striking similarity." he aald.
"The department know that thons
aads of doiiari in' revenue are iost
yearly In tbe 'postal service, due to
striking similarity In stamp, a well
a tittle deviation In color, which
prevents postal employes from de
tecting snort poia maner. lniluu
blllty to'errorl increased1 by 'can
cellatlon which often "obliterates tho
numeral on tbe stamps to such an etc
teatthat error ca'n'riot be 'detected
promptly. In fact, the present Jssue
bear. o mny featnrv like that er
ror now made In handling mall with
these stamp attached are In the ma
jority of cases excusable. Particularly
Is thl true la many of tbo larger
post office, where artificial light I
aeceuarlly being used. Inasmuch as
the stamp from one to seven cent
'denomination "bear the portrait of
Washington and t.he eight cent to T
bear the portrait of Fraaklla, postal
clerk cannot easily distinguish tbe
denomination la the rapid kindling
of, mail because of the lack of dis
Third Assistant Postmaster Gen
eral Glover also said that tbe cost
of'preparatlon of tbe new special de
livery stamp was very economical,
the matter die only costing the gov
ernment $438.01, which was more
than twice covered by sale of these
stamp to stamp-collectors for which
no service Was rendered.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Mayhew, of Wat
sonvlllt, California, former residents
of Klamath Falls, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Chllcote. Mayhew
built th'e building In which tbo
Square Deal drug store Is located and
owned It until n few years ago.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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FgooDBV SVJP Vt7U CAN,TOM'. A COTTAGE f THIS 15 OOlt THIS 15 OORFIR3T
f rrr GCTtoO I TllH THI gQMWBCQUsV .TRtPOOr, HERE-
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1,000 Children Are
Arretted Each Year
For Law Violations
WASHINGTON. Aug. H. An
proximately l.Oitrt children under IS
year of ago are arrested In thn Unit
ed States each year for violation of
federal laws. Secretary of Labor Da
vit announced today In making pub
lic n report dealing' with thn pro
cedure of federal courts and delin
quent children, prepared by tho
The report presents the result of
a study of methods of dcallnc with
children who have violated postal
and other federal lawn. Thn post
office department and. tho depart
ment of Justlco assisted the labor de
partment In It Investigations by
making available their records. Tho
study showed 1,145 chlldron arrest
ed during a two year period for vio
lating postal law and 211 arretted
for other federal offenses.
A mcaSuro authorizing federal pro
bation, tho report said wa pasted by
congress In 1917 but was not signed
by the presldont. A similar bill Is
ponding In tho present congress, and
tho proponed legislation, thn report
suggested, wonld enable the United
States courts to deal much more ef
fectively with children' cases. It
wa probable, the report pointed out.
that the simplest, most practicable,
and least expensive plrjlj for tho
proper handling of children' case
Involving violation of federal laws
would be the development of a defin
ite system of reference to state Ju
venile courts at least In certain types
MILLION BOXES OF
V ''APPLES FOR EUROPE
SEATLK, Aug. 14. Agreements
have been made between the ap'ple
growers and the port of Seattle
whereby one million boxes of this
year's apple crop will move to Amer
ican and foreign market by steam
ers. Of tho 1921 crop 375,000 boxes
were shipped by'tioat and In 1919
only 2,000 boxes were bandied, over
Seattle dock. The Washington state
production of apples thl year will
be only a little less than last year
when approximately a third of the
commercial apples of the United
States were grown In this state. ,
A surprising development In he
apple Industry Is the rapid Increase
In the movement ef thl fruit on re
frigerated boa jh Until the last few
years all the apples, peaches, straw,
berries and other fruit sent to out
side, markets moved on train.
Chinese are gradually learning to
eat American apples' and last year
Imported 4,500 barrels. The gov
ernment's .fast 'express service In tbe
Far Kast lis resulted In several
ton of lettuce, tolery and vegetables
going forward on every boat, and the
American garden produce Is eagerly
bought up despite, transportation
Qet resuh j by win class ads.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred llamber and
Mr. nd Mrs. George Thrasher pic
nicked lit Chlloquln yesterday.
Fred Milts spent thn weoU-oml nt
tending to business nffnlts on tho
P. A, Jnusson brought var.it and
butter to his customers Saturday
from his lunch In Antelope valley,
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Cunulur.hnm
were In town shopping Saturday
from their ranch homo nt Pine Grove.
A marriage license, was Issued Sat
urday afternoon to llobett Junrex
and Mrs. I.c Vota Peterson.
James A. llnwurth xwis u business
visitor hero over tbo week etui front
his home nt tho Klamnth Agency,
John 11. Collmati, who operates it
dairy on (ho old Fort mud, was In
the city Saturday transacting busi
ness. J. 1,. Drown nnff fumlly are tour
ist visitors hero today from r.urekn,
California. They nro registered ut
tbo White Pelican hotel
A. K. Ilenslugor, of Swan Lake val
ley, was In town Saturday for thn
purposfl of displaying his farm pro
duce nt one of thn markets,
Mr. ami Mrs. A. J. Vo)e and son,
Joe, nrrlved In town last night from
SIkmoii and will spend the week here
on a combined business and pleasure
Miss Lena Myers, who has been
hern for tho past month as the guest
of Mrs. Perry Iltirkn, left for Ash
land Sunday on her return to her
homo In York, Nebraska.
Marlon Flames' and Gcnrgn WIN
Hams fished In Williamson river yes
terday, hut report very poor luck. It's
getting a bit latn In thn season for fly
fishing, according to report from
Word ha been received by W. C.
Van Kmon from William Mnrx, who
I spending thn summer with his fam
ily In Dulutli. Minnesota, that thny
will bo bark In Klamath Kails within
thn next two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Martin and
daughter Vivian and Dortha, left at
six o'clock this morning. In their car
bound for Iierkt'lcy, California,
whero the girls will enter tho Uni
versity of California as sonlor.
Another party of Klamath Falls
folk who visited tbo caves yesterday
Included Mr- and Mrs. Jackson Kim
ball. Mrs. Kimball's father. Judco
Watson, and J ml go and Mrs. A. L.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Houston and
daughter, Vera, and their guests, Mr.
and Mr. Ft. F. Townseud, MUa Lll
Hun MeUalt and Miss Auiey Metrulf,
spent Sunday at he lava beds. The
report an ideal day and think tliu!
the caves are a wonderful sight.
Mr. and Mrs. David Jordenscn
ipent the week-end hero from their
homo In Fellows, California, on their
way to Portland aud Ileud. Mrs.
Jordeusen was Miss Mary Short be
fore her marriage and I well known
here having passed her girlhood In
Tourist from Philadelphia, who
pent yesterday ut tho White Pelican
hotel were, tbe Misses Ueulab Hazel,
Anue C, (fotf, and Ktta Jones. They
arrived here from Crater Lake and
took"! ho train for tbelr eastern
home, vln San Frsnclscg, thl morn
W. L. Frafn, Major Spencer nnd
F. A. Stocksloger worn all In lawn
Saturday from Topsy grndo for tho
purposo of providing themselves with
hunting license for tbo opening of
the deer and grouso season. Tho
soason opens on August 20 nnd re
main open until October 31,
Tlev. A. II. Drlstow of tho Chris
tian cliurch left this morning for
Weed whero ho will Join with rtev.
Hay of that place In a camp meeting
lasting two week or more. Rev.
Drlstow I going at tho urgent re-
5,000 Gallons. Said to Be
Landed In Sweden
STOCKHOLM, Aug 14, Legisla
tion In Sweden nguliwt drunkenness
mul consequent heavy taxation on li
quor and beer has resulted In ery
high prices for iileohol of iory kind.
So much ho that smuggling of drink
Into SueiLm has do eloped all along
tho roust, and It Is asserted tliut
about r.,000 callous trom the llultle
are limited and sold In Sucdeti every
llcrcntly a Gorman ship was snlil
to bo anchored outside territorial
waters with n cargo of spirits for
sate. In order to establish the truth
of this alleged ruu-runtilng, the cor
respondent of The Associated Press
decided upon n personul linentlKii
t ton. With ii friend he nmbarked on
ii mIx ton cutter for this German bout,
which was expected off Sandham,
nnd niter u pleasant sail In thn moon
light entile up with tbo vessel which
wus riding nt anrhnr with the usii.il
On hailing tho vessel wo worn re
quested to go aboard and em re
ceived eordlally by tho rnptaln.
"Just waiting for somebody else,"
ho said, "but you arn very welcome'
anyhow." Asked down to the cabin,
tho visitor explained they were
neither buyers of nlcohol nor In tbo
sen Ire of- tho customs, but only
wanted to learn something first hand
about selling spirits on thn high (as.
Tho captain was a young German,
about 30 years old "Yon tako me for
n smuggler." ho said, "or bootlegger
out for business beyond tbo law, but
you are quite mistaken. My name Is
Ludwlg Wolff, formerly of thn Ger
man navy. I do no business which
cannot bear examination, nnd would
not for nnythtng In tbo world In
frlngn on thn privileges of Sweden
I am In International waters, and am
entitled to trado hern as much us I
wish with anybody who want to do
business with mo. I run offer )i)U
thn purest nnd bent whiskies, I'iik
llsh and American at about 11.!.'. a
quest of tTTe pastor there nnd will
open tho revival services at Ciimp No,
2. Rev. Hay will fill the pulpit In
Klamath Falls nt thn Christian
church next Sunday.
W. 11. Kllngcnberg, manager of
the lllg llusln lumber company,
with his family, mado u trip to
Crater lake Sunday.
J. C. lloyle and Dell Gammon,
of thn Calflornla Oregon Power
company, b.ivo returned from u two
day business trip (o Medford.
Miss Ucrnardlno llatinon return
ed . homo late Saturday afternoon
from Sail Francisco after an ex-
.tended vucatlon spent lu Sun Fran
cisco nnd Washington. She I hack
at her old position with tho Stand
ard Oil company.
Friday Miss Florence Deere, of
San Francisco and Mrs. Walter Nlo
Ion of Los Angeles, urrlved for a
two weeks visit In Klsmath Falls.
While hern they will bo tho bouse
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Leo and
will be taken by their hosts to all
point of Interest In the loftnly.
Mr. Nlolon Is Mrs. Leo's daughter.
Misses Elizabeth Moore, Haxcl
Mumu, both of Long licarh, Marin
Leech, of tlorkolcy, nnd Ldna Davis,
of Los Angeles, stopped over In
Klamath Fall Friday und Saturday
for tho purpose of visiting wlh Miss
Mary Hall beforo continuing tbelr
autoroobllo trip south. They worn
traveling In Mis Moore's car nnd
havo been visiting ull of Oregon'
sconle points fo tho past month,
Crator Lake having been tho last of
Jheso they stopped at,
Advertising pays. , Try It and Nt- J
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horses as Parnder (rlcbl) beat John Ptitil Joins by n nmnt brad at (Mm
togs race trmk. The burses went tnmllnir ut tbo into vt u mile In una
minute and 3; seconds whin tbe ininvu illcl.rd.
quurt. I barn tbo best I .i tilnli
srhnaps fur 3 Kruno u led tie, and
many iIioiihuiiiIm bottles of Corniiiti
Wolff, referrlni: to himself, ex
plained (but ho bud been p.ild off
from Urn n.ivy when tbo iirmlstiro
was doelnred, and mi hearing of thn
liquor trade with Norwny. bo derided
to Join In ' I nni not ileullur. for my
mil nri-miut.' bo mild, 'this bust '
lies n nrKillllteil III lllllllblirK b blit
The merchant who advertises js always active
in the support of progressive measures of his com
munity, but that is not all. He is able to sell at a
lovVor price because of increased volume of business
and, he is the merchant who will back his sales with
'quality and service.
Help yourself by helping those who stand for
a better town and community.
An Advertising Merchant
I ALWAV5 MAKE IT A -POINT
TO 3ET ACOUAIMTED
f you rtAvc ewne
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cli en per tliuit tin reKlsliired denier
iishnin, thn profit fur UN Is Hourly Cno
per tent ' Ho milled bn eipedeil tu
get rid of his present iiiritu within n
week mid return fur mure, lie inililo
ten trips lust i'.ir to Norwny. mid
with tho sumo number tu Sweden this
Vrnr be expeits In i lean up enough
tor a (he jeiirit' rest.
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