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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ti'od.w, orronnt a, lima.
TheEveningHeraIdNEW academy of
- SCIENCES TO SHOW
V. It. BOtTTiK.. Kill tor nml Publisher'
H. 11. mtili City Kdltor
1'. C. NICKIiH Advertising Manager
I'tibllahccl dally except Sunday, nt
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1 HU llt'llllll I II IIIIDIIIIII. ,lllllNIIIJ Ul
Klamath Kalis, nt 119 Highlit street.
Kntered nt tlio postofflro nt Klam
ntli Kails, Oro for transmission
through tlio malls ns socoml-clnss
MEMHtm OK TIIH ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated I'rcss Is exclusive
ly entitled to tho use for publica
tion of nil nows dispatches credited
to It, or not othcnvlso credited In
this paper, nml nlso tho local news
TI'ICSUAV, OCTOItKU , 1022.
AS OTHERS SEE US
T' JIB "Klnmnth Kails. California"
scries of editorials In tho Ore-1
gon Journal Is lntcrctlng. Tho '
Journal shows nn Intimate knowledge
of tho Klamath country and Its prob-.
lehis. The following comment Is
very much to the point and shows ,
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(lUvnniuKea mill c mi? jiiuii' in
overlook, but which at lonpcr range .
At Malln. the new town built on
Iho former bed of Tule lako In Klam
nth county, there Is a still more
youthful cheese factory. Its output
takes the common route of tho pro
ducts of tho Klamath country to
San Krnnclsco. Hut this Is the course
First of all. shipments must be
hauled by truck 40 miles to the city
of Klamath Falls. From this point
they nro shipped by train to San
Kranclsto. The rate Is $1.9S a hun
dred pounds In less than carload lots.
Tillamook Is much farther from
San Francisco than Klamath Falls,
hut tho rate on cheese from Tilla
mook by rail to San Francisco Is ST
Tho latter rato l. of course, com
pelled by water competition, but tho
Klamath Falls rate, two nnd n half
tlmcB that charged Tillamook for a
less distance. Is Illustrative. It
bIiowm hat happens to a country
which lncktt competitive transporta
tion cither of rail or water.
Hut other flsures are still more
revealing. Tillamook has In farms
only 01, SOO 'acres. Klamath 'has
."..'7,000 acres In arms. Tillamook's
yield of dairy products was valued
In 1919 nt Jl.TOG.OnO; Klamath's ut
Tho product of tho Malln cheew
factory ourIU not to he taxed $1.9S n
hundred freight rnlo to San Fran
rlsro after an expensive truck haul.
Tho Klamath country ought to have
a railroad that will extend :o Its pro
ducing, centers. It ouRht to have
more than a lino that ends at Klam
uth Falls, necessitating Ions truck or
wagon hauls to reach the railroad.
It ought to have a service that would
gather up the wheat of the region and
carry It nt a rate less than 33 cents' a
hundred pounds to market. There
ought to bo at least n branch packing
houso at Klamath Falls so that more
ot tho value of tho livestock Indus
try could bo left In the district.
Above all, Natron cut-off should
he canstructed to connect tho Klam
ath country with Portland, Its natur
al market and distributing center.
When tho .Natron cut-off Is built
Klamath Falls will not only be 200
rail miles nearer Portland than at
present. It will not only be 10.1 ,
miles nearer Portland than San Fran
cisco, rnther than 93 miles nearer
San Francisco, as at present. Klam
ath Falls, with the Natron cut-off,
would bo ns near Portland by rail
road as Medford. Klamath Falls
ought to havn the samn rates as
Medford enjojs. It ought to have
tlio samu opportunity to market Its
What millions of dollars In tradu
tho construction of tho Natron cut
off would mean to Portlund; what
ii dlfferunco It would make In tho
duvulopmeut of Klamath county's
vast agricultural nrcn!
What ure Portland business men
doing to cxpcdlto tho building of
tho Natron cut-off?
It, K. Patterson und slstor Mudgo
loft this morning for Vancouver I).
u., io viau uiuir bimur. iiioy will!
iiiso vitut irienus lit Jloselnirt; ami
n Dlurlln Jt. Ilyors und Jtuth D.
Ayurs, both of Olcne, wore married,
ut tho Chrlstluu church parbonago
hero fiaturdny by tho Itov. A. ).
KHKK a tubu of tooth jmsln or n
tuba of Hhnvlng cream, regular fiOo
Values, 'With tho jiurchaso of nuv
llardun Court 'J'ollot nrtlolo, 3
(Jet n Chliieso Lucky King beforu
yo bQt on the ponies. .Davonport
Iho Jeweler has ona for you. 3-1
! WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. Have!
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i you ever seen demoiKtr.ittvl I'mi
cault's c lelirnti'd ppiuliilum rvporl.
nirtil la prove the rotation of tho,
north' llno you ever watched tlm
mil Irs of inlnute Infusorlnns swim-,
inlng in water? With Iho rumple-1
lion of tho new home of tho tin- j
tlnnnl academy of sHonces nt Wash-1
Ington. thco things will bo a reg!
i ttlar part of tho Interesting ex-1
hlhll.s open to tho pilbltr.
It Is hoped to have th0 building '
completed by tho fall of 1923. It
I will be located n-ar the recently
I dedicated Lincoln memorial and will ;
'' bo three stories high. The first '
1 floor will bo Riven over to public ,
and museum purpocs where many
s,f ,,,. fnftll wj ,, ,,emonstrat d !
The two upper floors will be de-!
voted to offices.
Tho main demonstration feature
will be under a dome In thp central
lobby, where th? sun-spot phennm
cna wilt be demonstrated
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ii-aiiii iriv-i-.n'i iiimiiiiii-ii m mf i
dome, will form a largp Inmpe of
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wii" nun mi mr i. mif iiuuai? ui it
circular table In the middle of tho
room. Here visitors will see Ul0
rniiia iiti i mi inn uir. i- linn i; ii n i
In number and form, from day to
day and movlnR across the disc as
the sun revolves on Its axis.
Koucault's experiment demonstra
tion will be embodied In a CO foot
pendulum swinging In a wide are.
me swinging penuuium win mar ,
an invariame direction in space. ;
and a the earth revolves beneath '
it, rotation will be plainly shown
by Iho steady change In direction
of the pendulum's swing a divided
arc. Here the pressure of light,
earthquake nctlon. maRnetlc sturms.
tho gravitational pull of small mass. '
es. the growth of plants, diving bae-
tcria nnd other phenomena will be .
the subjects ot other exhibit. n
In the seven exhibition rooms sur-i
rounding the central rotunda, the '
UtMt results ot scientific nnd In-.
dunrlal refMrch will be demonstra-
One week there may Im displayed I
the latest forms of radio telephony
and the next perhaps a set of psy-.
rliological tcils or a new find of
foMils or n series of svnthetle con.-
The 'mlldlnc designed to cost i
J3.000.000. wna'tho gift of tho Ca- I
-i ,nnr it r.,,., ,h
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abln site. The ground was bought
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with a fund of $200,000 collec'cd i
by donutlonH throughout the coun
try. This method vm followed In
order that every section of the na
tion mlKht feel It ousted ,i sharo.
Tho building will be of marble In
"The Storm" Is hero!
Our special school tablet at 15c Is .
tho envy and despair of our competi
tion. Currln Says So. . 3
'Tho Storm" Is hero!
Cigarettes Are Held
Grave Menace to Health
LONDON'. Oct. 3. Tho enormous
Increase of clgaretto smoking among
women, says tho medical correspond
ent of tho London Time, calls for
some protest by tho mudlcal profes
sion. Ho dcclaroH tho habit in many
instances is passing beyond a plea
sunt urn! becoming a vice.
"Tlie absorption ot nicotine, which
Is tlio danger element In tho mat
ter," the correspondent proceeds,
"produces a condition of ndrvous din
tiess which Is frequently painful to
observe, from this proceed palpita
tions and uxhaiibtlon and outbursts
or emotion. Woman's ilulkato ner
vous organism wus curtulnly not In
tended to cuduro Iurgo dosci of this
poison. Her functions as n mother
cannot but bo Interfered with when
she Indulges In It to excess."
It Is tho habit of many Kngllsh
women and girls to mako cigarettes
In public, and not u Jaw nuiy bo neon
In rcstuurunU nml hotels smoking
long, slender pipes. Women's organ
isations and social Improvement so
cieties hnto begun u crubudo ugulnst
this "Inelegant and unwomunly
Currln's gull Waterman
Currins boll alarm clucka.
rlu's For Drugs.
"Tho Storm" Is hero!
NEW HATS ARE READY
For school, college, club. .hopping and busliicis wear
Styles for tho llobh-d Hair
FINAL SCENE OF
"HENRY AND ME" TO
COME OCTOBER 3D.
KMPOItlA. Kan. Oct. 3 Fin
al scene In the latest episode of
"Henry and Me" Is scheduled to be
staged in tho district court here of
the term opening October 3. Tl.lr
roe-'"1" peri"'" 'l"'li ui'iiiiiii'i) in
'' "li'g-l adventure." rather than one of
a martial nature ns wns the original,
a hook wnucn uy u iiiitiiu .men
P"'"' ,-,,",or,a rdl'nr aml u'"r'
fooncernlnR the experiences f his life
i Inn if frloml. IJiiv. Ii J. Allien nf Kmi
1 sns. and himself. In lied Crojs ser
vice overseas during the world ar.
I In the turning "adventure", White
will be defendant on n charge of
I violation of tho Kansas Industrial
court act, sponsored by (lovernor Al
len bMuse White hung In the win-
(,ow of h,g nowpa,)er ofMcc placarj
expressing sympathy for the striking
If the ca. comes to trial, the Issue
of "free speech" involved may bo
legally determined. While contend
ed that tho order directing ho and
ethers to remove the strike ym-
nathy placards was a violation of tho
priWlcgcs of free speech. Oovcrnor
Allen has stated repeatedly that tho
mirstlou of freo speech Is not In-
volvel that the display of the signs
lonntituted Joining a conspiracy to
prevent men taking the places of the .
utriklng shopmen. Tho Kansas Itw (
uusirini roiiri inw irouiuus rnn-
spiracles designed to Interfero with
" operation of any Industry neces-'
0' to public welfare.
White refused to rnmovo tho plac
,,r'' w!"'" ",1,r,,l l0 '' Attorney
(leneral It. J. Ilopkln. hut, follow-.
InB ,'s"nI1C, "' l,p "ta,e warrant and
M f,cl'"'' arrnlgnment In the ills-
trlct cetirt. he agreed that pending
determination of tho validity of the '
act. tho placard should remain down,
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Hoth the governor and White declarn
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had not at alt violated their long per
sonal friendship which becaino so
firmly sealed by their "martial 3d
Cinrln'H hell vacuum bottle and
lunch kits. Currln's For Drugs. 3
New Hifjhway Opened,
Mnrysvillc to Orovlllc
MAHVSVILLi:. Cal. Oct. 3. A '
.nw highway has Just been opened
i between Marysvllle and Orovlllc,
rlltllntr VOVeft lllilfin llff flip rllitnlirfl
between tho two cities. i
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Consult u freely on drug mnttors.
Wo know tho drug business and may
bo able to assist you. Currln Says
So. 3 i
The Storm" Is horo!
The Liberty Tfieatre
Today and Wednesday
A lupindouj h'tci i vortlon of I.angdon McCor
miek'n gr' at htiiKo huccimi
v. lib it wonderful cas I emleil by Houkh I'uters .mil
rupportiid bv Virginia V.iHi. Mutt .Moote utul Jj.if
Sr.-lvkard. Without iiiostlou ono or iliu finest
prodmtlons it Iiiiii Libr liotn our iilrvllego to bring
to Klamath Kulli.
Special Prices foi "The Storm"
It IB (Hit deiilrii that i:fryont lintu an op
portiiulty o see thin gioat pictur mid vw will
thuicforu iiliu w at Itcgulai l'rlies at the .Mullnt'ii
( iilliliiii II) Ci'iit.i Adults ''. (Vols
The Evening Prices Will Be
Children 25 Cents Adults 50 Cents
pj? main :,t
In City of Fiumc
FIT Mi:. Oct. 3 This city counts
n population of 30,01)0; IB.OOO nf '
them reeeheil decrees of divorce In '
the enrs 1910 and 1921. Dlvoreo
seem to be tho most flourishing of '
the loeal Industries, and It Is making
the city famous.
The reason Is that the severance
of the marital bond Is easy here, nnd
people desiring freedom flock to Fl
ume ifrom neighboring states whero ;
divorces nro not granted. Anyone
can get n dlvoreo In Flume who has
lived In the city long enough to nc
quire tho rights of cltltenshlp.
Complications, however, occasion
ally arise. The case Ii still remem
bered of nn Kalian woman who ar
quired the citizenship of Kliimo nnd
, divorced her husband, who remained !
nn Italian subject. Shortly nftcr her
divorce he reniarrld nml returned
to Italy, whero she was promptly Itn
i prUoned for bigamy, the Italian law
ccnslderlng her divorce null and void,
her husband being an Italian, nnd.
as such, not entitled 'to divorce.
"The Storm' Is hero!
Don't forget to get a Chluoso
l.iieky King ut Davenports before you
fori; that cayuto. 3-1
"The Storm" Is hero!
Lucky In Australia
MKl.tlOl'HNi:. Oct. 3 Australia
as u land of opportunity for tho Im-I
migrant from lliWand Is ratchlng tin. (
Imagination of the I'.iirIIhIi people.
aecordlng to n letter recede.! here I
from the Australian high ronimls-
sloner In London, Sir Joseph Cook
Sir Jiueph declared recently In a
Kpeecli that one immigrant from Kng
laud eame to Australia with nine
peiiro In IiIa pocket and now Is In
rhargo of the Australian Immigration
rorvlce In I.r.ndon. He wus roferrlng !
to Jack Darnos, wlm is also owner j
of l.'i.omi arre of wheat lands in
the roiiimonwealth. In thi wk fol
lowing tho speech the high coiumls
lioner'n offlio received 21,000 re
quests for Information on how to
get to Australia under tho Immigra
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,,,1,1,. t'urrlifs lor Drugs. 3
fnrrln'tf I'n, npiif.a l.rnllinra nn.l U
nruggists. uno in roruaiiu, ono in
Klamath Falls. 3
No matter who writes your pre
scription o can fill It correctly. Cur
rln S.ijh Ho. 3
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We arc now operating our own delivery service, us'intf Dodge cars
Wc will furnish two dcliverich each day to all parts of the city where
motor transportation can operate. We however will he unable to furnish
service to such places as cannot be reached by motor transportation.
We arc including
twice daily service.
Time of Deliveries
Our deliveries will leave our. store at 9:30 A. M. each morning
arid 2:00 P. M. each afternoon.
CI Oo D. Deliveries
If you do not want to come down town Limply phone 34 and anything
you order will bo delivered to you and you can pay our employee at the
house when he delivers.
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I iow convenient is the elimi
nation of correspondence nnd
I-low profitable, in the econ
omy of time, is the immediate
answer and the avoidance of
Mow satisfactory is the direct
Convenience, profit and satis
faction will he found in the use of
the long distance telephone lines.
Every Bell telephone is a Long
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