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THE EVENING HERALD
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Published dally eteeot tutor hr U
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attM4 at tka yoateSc at Klanath
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throt tk iMlla u aawa-laN
SuVtcrltteB trrrat by aiall to any ad
drew la the UaltH Statw:
One rear .......;. 15.00
WORK IS FOR THE
INTEREST OF ALL
C30VKRNMKNT K.VfllNKKRS, IN
WITHDIUAVING AND CL.W)liV
i.(j laxns, KTitivK to im tiik
MOST GOOD "
. ; JS!iaBU
RAILROADRUMORS WALLACE SUED
FROM LAKEVe FOR DAMAGES
JIM Hll.fi IS KXIfwM "' "v""
ivm i.ioT COUNTV HOO.V
ysturn" i'Acifio iivmoiim
(EgDAY, FKB. 8, 118
WASHINOTON. Fob. C Toa
I lie Innd problem ot today,
I. . . . .. . . l Tf a frtfl.
viowcn irom mo mnnuioi - ;-
w t0 Pp
(Trr . .
MODOC WAR DEAD
IN NEW mm
(JOVKKXMKXT OPAXT8 wn.,
OP FORT MilwKtL",K,,VA
tX MIIUIUIIYH,IACK FOR
oral officer or from
ITON, D, C, Fi. 6.
kaa aMav4 tk koaaa
traaUag li cra of ta old
Bidwall MUlUry rMerratlea, In-
ctudtac ta"cmetVlM where He bur
lad tbe Tlctlme ot tbo Modoc India
war, to the Fort BMwelt People's
Church Aaeoclatlea, to be naed at a
cemetery, and to be held a trUtt for
the tows of; Fort Bid well, the Ma
sonic and Odd tFellow' Iodic and
for the Interment of loldlert and In
diana. The reservation Is now used
for an Indian school.
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in. andu In.
i7' Cf. aw4Mat)
P.. C. Carlson
OVMt HALF OF THE IUBORIXU
FMOFIJB IN, THAT COVNTRf
ARK MKMBBRM OF INDUSTRIAL
of lesislatlav ,Zf
S. . . .:iar.n ... .
In thy'nt ca",,-""uu Ul mhiu
tat" Jp not be n accessory
if tMtiuMt ot fraudulent practices,
tmfXQ tio not n't t0 bo connected
xfth nn engineering project that In-
volrcs largo economic waste Ills
t.rofosjtonal codo opposes contrlbut-
XXS pinON )ng his technical aVIlt to a mining do-
clopraent or nn Irrigation schomo or
n hydroelectric Installation whoso
only posslblo purpose ta tho taking ot
a promoter's profits beforo that day
ot reckoning when 'the balance la
struck between coet and value There
fore, we are all alike Interested In
knowing tho facta ot land classifica
tion that will prevent the construc
tion ot reservoirs and canals for a
Carey act project, for example, where
the iatcr supply la Inaufuclent or tho
soil unsulted to Irrigation. Wo will
npreo that power sites should be used
More railroad talk that Is worthy or
reading la In tho following lutervlow
which appears In tho Lassen Adrorate
saya the Lakevtow Kxsmlncri-
In Convel-Mtlnn with tKB0C
who came ud tre" t,v --
tho,-ll"'cor ltercatcat Jg ipAMr-tfiatjngcnla and hlglwf
QlBclals ot the Western racmo as w..
are completely dttaustcd with condi
tions along tho llnol that road. Mr.
Knoch had aorao talk 'lh ono who u
IWHADIIN.V MAN CHAIKIKM I.IKU.
TKXAXT, flOVKUNOH t)K
MA WITH FIUUD IN
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JvtiTi.Ka. Feb. 0. 0. W. I
United Press Berries
DRRLIN, Feb. 6. Denmark Is In
dustrially the best organised country
In the world, according to statistics
compiled by the general committee ot
tke German trade unions, Its percent
age of tbe number of organised work-
to the entire number of em
ployes being 61.7S. Next comes Ger
many with 33.91, Norway with 37.64.
Sweden with 31.68. and the United
Sttte as fifth on the list with 19.26.
Tbo aggregate number ot trade un
ion members shows Germany In the
with 3,601.1)02. England Is
with 3,010,346, and the Unit-
third, with 3,363,3(1.
. K H' wertfcjMsntVwertk m
InaW&eete, flml Mala St.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. S
Setsitor Williams todar auneated
! that if Pres(dent.Taf t wants to secure
the confirmation, of any of Jtls ap
poiatmeatS' he' should coaiuH" with
Do not pi
in every Sv
lu a position to kaow, and from him
received Intormatkw that lllll Is com-
Ins down through tws section soon
Tho logical conclusion Is that tho
Western Pacini; ,dlguited ami crip
pled by Its exrfotilro "scenic rouie
through FliiBias'connty, will wt tho
aerthern road somewhere In Harney
Lake Valloy. Ill may be dependad
on to And a way when he rets ready
to build, and fromltrtatn Indications
the chances seem-to favor entrance
late Honey Lake Valley, down the
Pluto Creek. Th Western Paclflc
cut-off will glvo hla aa direct a route
to San Francisco from tho point ot
connection aa ho could find anywhere,
nml iu.nl! lilm In rt In Run Francis-
aa such and not aa hemesteads: that BllcllttlelltfilhMI h, could by go
mneral land should be acquired by , , , lfc
mining luca for mine development, ..,. MBn.?llnn., ,ha. ,,.
-., -.- L.. .IJ . ..,,.11.,. ,- -. .. w. VH ... .. r-
onu 11 ui ujr nun-rvsiuvufc cn(iiuiiiui
for the timber value; that Irrigable
lands should be Irrigated and not dry
farmed: and that reservoir altea
should be used to promote Irriga
tion or power development and not
as cattto ranches.
The withdrawal of power altea by
the federal government to the extent
of nearly 3,600,000 acres has not
been actuated by any desire to arrest
the Industrial development ot the
West, but these executive acts have
the constructive purpose of Insuring
the highest use of these most valua
ble portloas of the public domain.
The conflict In the use of our public
land streams for muslelpal purposes.
rrlcatlpa, and power. Is fully reeeg
YUBA CITY YOUTH
ntsedr andne of the survey, eagla
eer has recently published In a tech
nical Journal a discussion ot these
temporary use of a particular stream,
but Ita highest ultimate utilisation
must bo considered. Tbo use for Irri
gation will he given the preference In
ono case, the power development In
another, while In a third tbe stream
may bo harness so as to servo effec
tively both uses.
FINDING POSTOFFICK MANDITM
ASLEEP, LAD TELEPHONES TO
SHERIFF AND HOLDS ROIHlKrW
WITH A GUV
Emay to Get Relief
.Tour stomach should digsatJaw food
yea eat, without tke aid esfkar art!
Scul digestives. If it wasft do that,
tfc yea are ceatlanallsFnbJect to
dymepsia. tadtgemt IZtbwrs, head
bum iusI ceaetiMUesisT ..
uttMl of ukmg dlaflUva medietas.
mtmtm s Mac
tulUu aaala in
mo i'j ioc yea
many, it is
.m m Bsm4a
oar and t
Insure, Mow "
rmBmsssmKe. One nerson Teale
Bsabled every jw ??;
"' eayv IWIBBIM lb
Blsat 60WJk3tBMKlaSt. awl
TMtw asjamrb susds
hut it will
will take It nsr.
dig ester of feeds.
r stomaca aa
wiu attend te
the right ktod. Call
i .street, of photm M.
Assurance of Accuracy
sie rs cenaiaerauom la
atW'W mto-fst-; re
keeper.' It makes m dhti
ttle you'.spead for
aey wasted twless'yi
Ion it to keep soaew
Irate lima. . I J, t.
In the maaufacti
of tbe chief
justing ana r
teh It ta
Ivlag stoeagthta the
womea wae ka saf-
caused kr Intuit
have keea pralatag this
eaiy rssaedf whleh
SfBISBsat ntlW. Aa tha
directly apea tae atemsak
farms ot lappystd fiafiTttlw
resatt ef tatsstlajl srasmeX
i Tease Tetrntfasje hi
saffB mBsBmmm JsjuayHsa'sse
oAeSeid by drusts w
fir. a.Tiyne SsTTFrnsa
lured through tbe dsrlag of 1-ysar-old
Walter Cress, son of a farmer
near Live Oak, Sutter county, two
men who blow tho safe In the Live
Oak postoldce aud eluded a posse,
are la the county Jail here, awaiting
tho arrival of Doputy United Elates
Marshal Frank Klernan from San
Francisco. Tho bandits woro found
with their loot In a corral with the
Cress boy standing guard over them
with a gun. Young Cress was alone
on tho farm at tho time, and he came
upon tho exhausted robbers slcopIoR
In tho corral. Ho telephoned to tho
sheriff and then returned with a gun.
when tho baudlta awoke tbo boy
forced them to keep their position on
tho ground until the posse arrived.
"The normal pulse of a bono may
vary from 38 to 10 pulsations a min
ute," says a veterinary nclenco lecturo
report being propared for tho short
course at tho Oregon Agricultural
"The best place to tako the pulse
ot the horso Is at the point whore tho
sub-raaxlllary or facial artery In com
pany with tho voln of the same name
and Stcuson's duct, turn around the
odxe of the Inforlor maxilla or lower
J Jaw bone, In other words on tbo Jaw
bono about four Inches In front In
front of tho throat latch."
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Tompkins and
grandson, Wnrdel, came In Tuesdsy
from the'TompklBS ranch' near Ilo
nanra. They will return home today.
a watch one
tke Snal ad
Vewatehas of real
r cheap watehes
a showy way ara sat
BREATHE FREELY! OPEN NOSfl
AND STUFFED HE.
learned by years of as
idtsUagulsh betweea the
y rw p"i awl we wm
ot W''a wateh at any prlee that wa
lUanmP'guaraatao to be an aeeimt
lutatepleee. '' Yours far serviee,
II FRANK M. VfP .a
' lfi?&Q'm!??l, J?""1
.ta ""'I avr,,wse
m , M ISIIIUaa
aaiJIat " "
,' s,- -iff.
' i n -
r ' .JlfafffaTJ.
asUai Relief When Nase
Head Ara Clogged From
Stops ' Nasty
charges. Dull Hi
Try -"Ely's Cn
Oat a small
Byway, Just to
Ktle ta tho nestrUs
ir clogged soso aad
of tho bead
ra will breathe freely;
aero throat wHI bosoao. .
bottle of "Rty'a C!roaaimlai"
any cntf atoro. Thla'awaot, fra-
grant balm dissolves by tho heat ot
the nestrils: penetrates and heals
tbe Inflamed, swells membraae
which lines the, bom, head and
throat; clears tho air paeseaee;
stops nasty dUeaaraes aad a fesllag
of; cleansing, soothlag relief comes
Don't lay awako tonight strug-gllsg-for
breath, with bead stufsd;
nostrils closed, ,hawklas and blow
lag, Cutarrh a eoM,' with It's
ruBnlng note, foul.mueeus drepplag
into tbe throat, aad raw dryness Is
distressing but truly needless.
' Put your faith Just a la
'ifsi Cream Balm'.', aad. your sold
or eatarrh will
''lfof Soulh Pasadena ha niel
&inilnt Bg altwt l.louteaant (lov
crnor Wallace, charging niro "
fraud, and asking 110,600 damage
Wallace bought tho site of hla home
nt U Crcsccnln from Fleming, who
cliarRost that Wallace misrepresented
lhoaluot his securlllr.
fox is killed
SILVER IAKK MAN GETS HIDE
THAT IS WORTH AIH1UT !,.
REFUSED OFFER OF SIO FOR
One night last week at the sawmill
Jack Embody was awakened by the
howling ot coyotes and the barking
of dogs, saya the 8llrer.Lake Loader.
They kept up such a race that be
Anally became so disgusted that he
got up and took a shot at the bunch,
which waa congregated about a hun
dred yards distant. All but one of tho
marauders quickly dispersed, and
Jack went back to bed and peaceful
slumbers. In the morning he went
out to see what he bad killed. He
found It was a dark gray animal, dif
ferent from anything he had ever
scon. Sevorat ot the mill hands had
gathered around and were Inspecting
the strange animal, finally one of
them offering Jack 110 for the pelt,
which was promptly refused. One ot
tho crowd pronounced It a silver gray
fox, which proved to be correct. Jack
Is n lucky fellow, aa the silver gray
fox Is worth about 11,000 at tbe pres
Shoot at alt the bowling dogs around
at night; you may get a sliver gray
fox, or you may kill a worthless cur.
J itst nol
! writes. Tunlnit and RsmZJ
AatMrir for uii... .T"M
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Kenlas MaUihif., 0lhwTl7,l
HrHr, Victor and Cdk-. ZM
wrw anil Mmlilnr.. iioela.3
lliLMX.ir mill HI-1... "l
II. MAIMKN, Piuprirts-
t-mtaate Refnls, Nle X-mlnulo It-tordt, u
WOMAN SENT TO
SYLVIA PANKHURHT, MILITANT
IS GIVEN AL-
OR GOtNG TO MIL
United Press Service
LONDON, Feb. B.8ylvln Pank
hurst waa arraigned In How street
this morning and given the alterna
tive of a fine or fourteen days In Jail.
Sho doclared that alio would accept
neither, and If Jailed would start a
hunger strike She waa sent to
Drk Slab Weed,
urMFlr HUbcJMfth. . . .M.S.
ci ttoiffjsTood' ..MM
t 1 IILaVaUtV
if r, wl,
euiiarana economy, num.
Oil, two-thirds lowar
pre making a purchase we
you to call and ice our
Res ob display,
I HAVE YOU MONEY
1010 Mala St., Opposite Tsa4ti
DON J. XUMWAI.T, Prrshtent.
K. M. IIUMII, Vlrcl'rr.
IIKIIT K, WITIIIIOW, Srrrvlarr-,,'
lamatli Gouirfy Abftract Co
SurjAor Mi Irrigation Engineers
MAflrLANS. HI.UEPHINTS. ETV. iKllMltll Vills, OffV
Is an importsjfactor in any husincn,
and often corTUibutefl toward hucccss
Let us shojw you our stock of bond wpri
itnu mov lur yuu it uuu ui uiuu' ota
tionejy which will prove a busincmv
uii rr cuitu 9sfiiuriiUar2 r".r ;i
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Wi CtJKJr in A
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Dee nol trouble innst
, Uwlll be wise fur 7M)t
.tajWlMiUjfou, bavo in tbe
TroaTaad Saving Hank,
It will bo sale. Then rat
devote all your atUatfta
)our business Instead of
Ing half your time
about tho care of your eats.,
F(it Trust and Saving! Bank
Klamath Falls, Ortfjon
Par Ceat Interest Paid oaCertifkatca Of DefMrtsf
TM j. r9 -am . .1 3
wmsith Falls, Oregon
A. rt Mnf-l
Sand ta UntWood', .rtd f
get a LroUffof NYAL'S '
rhitc Pine and Tar ,
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