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THE EVENING HERALD, kLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ui iim:hi.w, Novi:Miu:it i, inaa
The Evening Herald
r. M. MOUt. .Eter ud PabUefccr
jl.lt. jsllji. ,..,.C1tjrKdftor
V, 0. lflOKUB AttvrtMac Maaafae .
PMUaae4 dally wcept Buaday, at
Tie Herald Publlihlni Company of
Klataath Falls,-at 119 Eighth street.
Eatared at the postofflce at Klam
ath Fill. Ore., for transmission
tbrdtuh the mails ai second-class
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to It, or not otherwise credited In
thla paper, and alio the local newa
Copy for display advertising must
do In lhl oftlco not later than 3
p.m. on the day preceding publica
tion In order to be Inserted In the,
Issue of tho paper of ho next day. t
Want, ads and reading notice will '
be received up to 12 noon on the I
day of Issue.
Herald Publishing Company. .
iranxKHn.tr, xevraim: i, 11122 -
THE Malln people are on the right
track. A tonnage survey of the
ngi. cultural production, and the ag
ricultural potentialities of Klamath,
county, supported by sworn affida
vits will certainly carry weight with
tho Interatate commerce commission.
It I evidence which cannot escape
Resolutions and petitions may be,
and often arc, signed without any
considerable amount of conldcra
tlon, but If tho Malln Idea Is carried
out. tho resnlt will bo a mass of
hard, cold and undeniable facts.
The Interstate commerce commis
sion, of course, will be the Judges
of the weight of the evidence, hut
It li hard for oao who has seen
the Malln country, its vast alfalfa
fields, Its hundreds of stacks of car
ed alfalfa, Its thouasnds of acres of
grain fields, to understand how tho
commission can pass orcr such evi
dence lightly, even if they go no
further than to consider only pre
If they go Into the realm of fu
ture productive possibilities, they
must admit that tho preponderance
of evidence In favor of transporta
tion for all the fertile country south
of Klamath Falls, Is staggering.
The people who havo the brains
and backbone to develop the rich
Malln territory, have tho Intelli
gence and grit to hang on untll'they
get that without .which all their
previous Industry Is unavailing
They aro going nbout getting
transpcrtatlon in tho logical way
and wo believe they will win recog
nition from the Interstate commerce
There Is no escaping tills con
clusion. If they can show they have
the traffic, they aro entitled, un
der tho 1320 law. to direct an ex
peditious movement of that traffic,
provided that giving tho requisite
service Is not beyond tho financial
powern of tho carrier, and crip
pling to its welfare.
' No such factor enters Into the
, consideration of the development of
the territory In question. Ilarring
the crossing of tho Henley flume
and Lost river drainage canal, the
lino to Malln presents no engineering
Onco this grauury of agricultural
wealth lias been tapped, the revenue
IriiM Ha Ififlli. u'.i.al.l rf..ti....i. t... I
.. .t...i -uu... ii....iiVv '"-.
remRliiing uxtenulon to Wcttwoud
The equity of tho -Malln ieo
plo's demand U clear, nnd there re
mains In nur mind only a doubt of
the potency of tliu 1920 act. which
has received lltllu test as yet, to
call for any reservation In our be
lief that If .Malln folk go through
mi tho path on which they have
Hliirtod thoy will get exactly what
thoyask for In tho way of transpor
tation. Russians Dry Melons
To Conserve Food
ItOSTOV, Hussla, Nov. 1. Itus
slani peasants, faced by the need of
conserving their food nupplles, have
developed a method of drying wa
termelons. They make a light string
net for each melon when It cornea
from tho field, and hang It In u
dry and durk placo where it will not
frroto. Thoy aro eaten In tho win
ter mouths, and are uald to retain
their flavor and Juice tn a rematk
i:. S. PIIII.MPS WIN
Complications arising from p.utlul
paralyuli 'of lung bthiullnr. at 2:10
this 'morning caused tho dcuth of 12.
8. PhllllPB. 21C Pine street, u iohI
ilunt of this county for many years,
lie Ms survived by .Mrs. Phillips and
two.tson, Herbert V. of this city
hnd?aaher son whn lives In Man
DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK
THAT If your city Is In need of more mercantile establishment
of any Kind ADKKTIHKl
THAT If j-on want more, farmer
THAT If you can offer any special advantages as a deslri
tlon for fnciorUvt branch plants, etc. ADVKHTIHH
THAT or section will attract creator attention today than ever
before If you advertise? .
THAT your vast resources will receive tho consideration their Im
portance has Ions entitled tltrm to. If you toll tho wot Id?
THAT the directing heniU of mauufncturtvi. Investors seeking
profitable outlets for capital as well as those on tho outlook
for nood farms and homes, are rending the papsrs every da
looking for opportunities? AUVKUT1BK! ,
THAT the best results from nny kind of advertising are obtained
by "KKBPINO. KVKltt.ASTINT.l.Y AT IT"? XUVmtTlSlP
THAT no'inattor what you have to sell, tho columns of tho ne
papors win till your needs In tho surest and most cconontle.il
THAT If you want increased buslne AOVKUTISK!
THAT most newspaper reader.- aro boosters. They pas on e en
tiling pood, whether found In editorial or advertising pages?
Secretary Shawnee Oklahoma Hoard of Commerce.
B It. WA1TK.
WAR VETERANS WITH
PlTTSHl'IUSH. Nov l - Pitts
burgh has officially dcdlraied a $'-.
200,000 memorial to it sons and
daughters who served in the world
Tho memorial I, a municipal high -
alla.l t. I)aiiIaII..I . I. II.
way called Tho Boulevard of the Al
lies. It extends from tho business
section to the Oakland district, ap
proximately two miles
Wren city nfflclaln dlsrtiMcd Ideas
for a suitable memorial, public opin
ion was accepted as favoring a gen
erous appropriation for any monu-
ment which might rerform valuable
public service, and in thle way per
petuate the effort of Pittsburgh's
service men and women.
At the time the city faced a ser
ious problem. A tremendous amount
of automobile traffic between tho
residential sections nnd the business
district wa compelled to use a sin
Insistent dcmanl for a second
artery of'travel, punctuated by hun
dreds of accidents minor and fa
tal caured tho city council to de
cide upon the boulevard-memorial.
The hlgliway; bu'It chiefly of
concrete. Is 40 feet wide. Construc
tion vhih begun In September. 1921.
Starting at Ornnt street and Second
avenue, the boulevard stretches up a '
hill to the llluff and follous the j
Uluff to Korbci street anj Craft
uienue. An extorsive system of re
taining wail conatruction was neces
sary. There are no meets crostlnc tho
boulevard proper, and officials ex
pect thct early mornln; and lato af
ternoon traffic problems la the
iflwnt'-wn sections, will be caed
Last month Hi per. ons were hill
ed In traffic at '.-untd In Pittsburgh
and the fatality rcrord dilKig the
summer avcrngul 2.i i cr ceiit.
Marine Bootleggers Busy
Divers Methods Are Used j
HAMILTON. liermudo. Oct. 2S. , parking around th obolisis, on 8op
Thls Is liow corr. cmarlne bootleg-' tembur 21, 32, 23, and UI. exact
gers are believed to operate in Iter- j ly a noon, waun tho shadow point-
......In.. ..-n... U..... n ... .r. . ....... I . . .. M-t. .. . M I
uiuuaii ivi. uum .. ,iniii lumvn
to llamlltou uud eiigasud a itteamcr
of small dimensions, or it motor
bout. Then he buj a uhUkcy ashore,
and loads lib ship to the rail with
the product of thu ileotch distillers.
He clears for u Canadian port and
puts to ecu.
Wlllita a day or so, sometimes
with 21 hours, the vested la buck
lu Hamilton but without cargo.
Wero he pienscd for an explanation
tho bootlegger doubtless would say.
with a tmile, that iu js caught liu"1"' se'ietary nnd tnasureV of tho
u storm which washed uway ltlu lKu. H't't that day li the oiiln-
deck load, and that ho had even to
throw overboard the cases below
decks to lighten tho ship.
Ships tucrlug American ports
i may nu jui milieu iu curry iniiur,
but ulth this law thu man with n '
local charter does not neiesnarlly !
citaccru himself. II ! Interest ii
limited to tlieso waters. Ho lus
been known to talk of latter du
pirates, but ho iloe.i not seem pur
tlclaily to fear tlium. A pirate
with a desiro to boll for $12 a but
tie what ho can lift at sou for noth
ing, perhaps, sails from an Ameri
can poit and heads for lleriuuda
He lays off and on until ho meetu n
Irtlm lu thu Hhapu of a t.niall mo
lor boat. Ho overhauli hor, and
with a display of force sufficient
to w una nt a recital e: tho docks
when tho motor bout i;cts back to i
Ilamlltiiii, ho transfer!) thu cirgo ho.
All thu pumpkin heads i nulling
around won't havo caudleit In them,
Tho ghost really walks for I bono
who Ret paid on the first.
homejeokora to locato In our
!. gvubrrilt"). raspberries, and
other can frulu hould be glicti a
tl'orougli fall spraying with llor
deans t-t-50 for prevention of an
thraencse. eaue-bllght, and other
trntlhln M Ultra tn i.mi Ihfl I...
' f U)0 c'anM amJ lh) bms f '
It wttt he a eood thing to antlcl-
, l.ito rloic;- teed needs and 'buy li
while the supply of Oregon seed Is
available. Snmo out of atato seed
win probably bo shipneJ tn boforc
Sow fall grain shallow. I to H4
Inches If tho toll Is tnolst. It
sprouts quicker and tnakos bettor
Sixty to so pounds an aero of
OroBU'i vetch with It) pounds of
gray Inter oate sowed In latu Sep
tember and the first half of October
ScuJ corn from fallen 'talis !
likely to bo diseased.
Clt-anlns brush nnd weed from
fence row in.tt.s fewer crop pets
f ... ,
WOULD PROVE SEPT.
97 If I OMfTQT nAv'C1' 0Ver ',oro 'Mt '',s'" ' "r,l,r "
Ai lo J-UlNtaC.3 1 JJAI I attend the onealng of the new Pine
! Tree theatre.
WASHINGTON'. Nov. 1 - On what I
dute (n the fall of the yeai aro day
and night emi.'t la length? Most
persons will repljw 'Why September
2 1st., of course." Anycno eonneeteJ
with the international fixed calendar
leag'tn rill say: "September 28, of
The calendar leasue orofessos to I
have proof and this is where It or
lelnato: The shadow o! the Wshlaeton
, iconumout was siramred on tho
uii utirill. I UO ailUUQW WHS IUIII1U
0 ft. 2 IncJu-lietaeoti Hontember
21 und 22.
. 0 ft. I tnchim- buf.rttm Kept. 32
and 21. "
! ft. 3 inckw butwe.-u Sept. 23
Showing Jr its loumi m ret oh or
Mept. 23. according to Mosos U.
Cotswcrth, originator of tho. "fixed
ralouilar" Idea for mndern times.
ottialiley v.hni day and n'ehl aro
To Enter Convent
Kitty Klernan, flanceo of Illchacl
Collins, nesasslnatrd leader cf tho
Irlkh 1'ito Ktuto, umiouiifi-' rfiio
will become a nun.
New Radio Device,
' ' & Si
A new radio phone la Just like
an ordinary il.-U tct, rhonc except
the rarplnc of llic nullo Is located
when the mouthplr. o Is on the
I none Prcttj handy when llm
ltw .r the (irnojt imihIr to know
bow the bull game's tomf
Mr funis HodrJek It spending a
emipi.. ,.f ,Hy hero from her homo
IIiibIi mid Dennis O'Connor were
In una nftor supplies' yesterday
from their ranch south of .Merrill.
1 . S. l'UCkutt Is a bUSlllOM Flat,
tor from tto Pitekett llrollien lum -
bcr camp at ChJIoquln.
.Mr. Jatr.es Post or and .Mrs. Her
man Poster, and small son. Ibft this
morning for Partlaud where they
will visit fir a work.
John Knrnoll, tlni has bron In ctill
oquln for tho past few days, return
od to Klamath Palls on the south-
bound trnln this morning. f
A J. .Vnnnlng va In the county I
scat this morning attending to mat-1
tors of business connected with Ills'
ranch south of town.
M. I. Johnson left early this
morning for Chlloquln and way
points with oleetlun suj.pllei for pro
elncts in that .dlstrlrt
libnansa reIdents wore hosts l.i .t
night nt n' political meeting to which
all candidate for stato or county
offices wero Invited.
Prank inkriiy U expected home
tonight-from a two week" deer
liurjt. It Is not vjtnown whether he
will bring any meat Into town ntili J
him or not. ,
Pat Parhrr was a county tent il.
, Itnr yesterday front. Illy. He May-'
JIrs- " " tMmonds r-turiif.l
iiomlay night from Mums. Oregon,
where sho lias been visiting for the'
(wit month with relatives and '
Tho I'nrm Loan directors of the
Klamath Palis association will iu -I
Saturday of tills week for the pur- I
peso of looking over eemrlty of-'
terel for loans.
illsa Jean Perry, who arrived here
8t3ilny nteht frci Wood oxpeetln.'l
to tnako a visit of tiireu wi..!i wlthi!
friends In Klamaih Palls, was railed
home this morning unenpet reill:'
W. S. Hart, secretary and tieas-'
urer of tho Pine Treu tlie.itre rciin
puny, wu lu town last night from
Bucrunu-nto for thu Initial iierfurm-'
a n to.
!r. Herbert Mullutt, hu until i '
cently has buou practicing hero uitii,
his urotbor, liouigu A. .Mal!-it, li.i-,
moved to llend v. hero hu oxputts
to opon offices.
P. A. McDnnlels and H. I.'. MimiIh
deputy ettilo j;,iinj w.-trdeus, ulio
lutvu been here far thu paiit ueok uu '
i.'Utiosflos f r Uio'hiutc in thu i;io-i
cr trial, luft thli morning for Port-'
v . I
H. P. Parley, who for tliu ianl
, week has Leeu here, us thu hoimo
) (.ueht of .Mr. and .Mrs. Irving II
'lllbburt at their homo In Pelican
City, left tlilj morning onils return
to (iulcHburg Illinois.
John Tombllu, I,. A. Siraado und '
, T. I'.. Dauiebi, iiiembera of tho I.'dl-
sou -Marjliull liunilng parly ulilcli
i-aine through hero' from Meilford
the liiht of thu ncuk, nro back In
. town on tin Ir return to their homos
! in .Med fi.nl. .Mursh.ill I sMIl out. I
Afler n vi.n i'm filet,, tint Mru .1 It I
Leu Ih e.peeiud to arrive lioiuo on
tinu i-eiilun'.i tialn. Mrs. l:eo wlili,
b-r i.iilghli'i', .Mix, K'niiiiu .Mills, Iiiih
in' n making a tour of Alab.inia,
Teiii ckhuu, i.ou!iiaiia and Aikaus.is,
ni-itlii wlili leJatlve.i .mil rileuds
Their lioine. was lu tho buutli bofoiu
thoy mued to Klamath Pulls. Mis. I
I.eo will spend suvurul wouks hero,
with hor duugliter. AIIhs Agnes I.eu,
(Mil her soil, W T. I,ee, then will'
i:o to San PntmlHi'O for (lie winter
I aaamaamwwm ii-iiiinnirtfwnniAft'WVln.
' Letters from the People
Wii'i your permission I wish to
iMiv-i the otem of the county
'. mi li Miur paper In regard to tiin
' i i to bo xoled on to
I puichiixo lull miiiiikU. I know put
ItlU'ly that I will get many cnetnlet
i r opposing HiIh t'ehenv and I uUo
lnt.tvv it would be moro idirowd In
mi tUrnl. looking nt It from n busl-i
point of view. Hut ladifi nnd
(entletneu voter, wo hao n mural
iieit t, our country, slato nml eoun-'
u "t may l-nve a logul right to'
t!e f.r till, but If wo are lookiiin
to the welfure of tho county nnd
t'i' t.i tayit. with an already back
I'n iklug burdoa, wo lll oto
n.aini li They nro trying to ball '
miI on b Nhowlng not dividend to
!!'' county from the last fair. Ho on
miiii- guard Tho proposed prleo l
U'."l,o It itrobubly already wist
I nearly IJO.oiio and lioforo wu t:ol
iliioiigh It may cost JTfi.OOii. Sow,
Mr. Voter, can wo afford It? Is It i
i eronom.v for os at till time to In-
'et? I 8ay no' The ruualy has not
go! money to pay Its Just obligation I
mill anyone rceommeudlu:; thin prop-1
osltliti hat not gut tho welfare of i
our county M Pearl and I am sure !
that anyone paying their Just share I
of the tae ,u o viol In favor of It. i
but some of nur good business men
of Klamath I'.ill who aro ntsiisied
f n..t-n.vli..t-.i nrnnml ".... ntt Him ilnllnt-
lof enurso they are for It anil they;
have bought It ami ought to liae
It until the rouuty ran afford to
buy It tf we elect our preseVt on- i
sossor mill voto few more band i
Issue;, some of us small propert." '
owner, tint lilrt lav paer. llt soon J
Uo fll subject" for the .Vobjon euro j
Itobertson's eiilevnn Tatnalos,
wholesale and retail, tin Main Mt
Advertising pays. Try It and sen.
'"pil.Vf n tlie order which invurei
G.itc lusa lltuirth it never jiuppoimi.
It it"ililTi.tciit in tjtc from inlicr cof.
fee -anil better.'
Piml nut for yourself how :ooil tc
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