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KONCOOAV, JANUARY 10, 1917
THK EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
onoplanes in the Arctic
ITS COMINC SOON
laptain Bartlett to Start in 1918
btcd Arctic Enplorcr Will Make Scientific Expedition Into
North Pole Regions and Will Use Scout
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nil. I. l.f I l)i Hll'ttll H.lMlt'H
(i. lor i inilll I'll)
I III. III" IllltUlllI fillies niitlll III
Mlin pole, whether III" iiKint'iimllt
nun Imk l eitiit.it of tin' Arrlli' ,
aw III In it i iiuMiilliitln ci If iiIiiiiii I (in
niti' wln'ilii-r Hii'lt iiiiue'ini'iil h ill
! reeled lit it iiiiinliuil enal Mlml nil
, fiitii'iitl)' niiii'ii in (in mil i'M"'IIHi'n
or whether tiy i i mi rtiirml. Junt
what nlmtiiitiiirl(i t.itiilllliiiii. prevail
llii'!' nti' miiiiK ol llii qucnl Inn we
hope In tie able III itUktoer before tin-
(tit 1 I'llH lllll'll
A careful nlinl) nf tin- fuuim lite
mi ilii' ocean Uoiir of the Arctic, with
iiil)linllniii will) the nnlruatculae ex.
Intlirc nf othrl water, will tllll fiiflll
a pail of llic rcnearrJi work, (.'hurting
nf Hid ni'W Unit. If ntirli et Mini
MHillillllfn nf the All tic ocean In va
rluua litlltudcit arc .further nbjrcllveii
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luring tli" iliiiliui nf I'Jll. I ..... . . . , . , , .
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ris Ji) y INitiliiu.-.l'
i tilt of llin I'nliir te
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a K. 4 ur Itlrtl f limn.1
ii ' I'.ilnl . x'C.lllull, IJm til "I
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iii. ii mil iill ft urn tin' t'nlli'il
. 'nii'Mtth, rrtllier tlun ill
i u.ii In' mil flral object,
i, 1 ,11.. i but lll nun nidi llir
ll.tr I. .l with tin' Including uhlp'a
u mi. liunirUtii". anil ml.titUln
iii will . t man nf in..) calibre,
.im. r-t-1 mil there will lit. no re.
tn Url.nl In llic civ lilted world, tl
at under 3 Iii '. rr IVich man
l. en pubic nf Miptcme endurance
h'wi) nr three neoul type monoplanei.
l .limitation in (mlitr rtpi-dlllon. will
liu lllll.'l III mil tlUlpllellt In Mlpple.
ri ilir. rutiliini.tr ilnic and liitKca
Thrae will be oartl for Mbacrvnllflll
tlKnir tiuiil i In' t.ipc uf operation.
.an. Hie lnp, ami t.ilsht prme In
IiiiaIiI.. iii i.'tuniltie in hllltatlnn
i.itll.1 lti. etpeililliiit liitoil Mill) ta
FADE & SHANNON
SolJ nd Hcpalrtd
OHECT METAL WORK
Or ALL KINDS
1023 Main St.
neurl) iwn inlli'A vtlihiiui tlmllnK
Our ahlp, which we hope toon tn
hate llllilrr ronntiuctlmi, tll he built
nf tntirlirnl llti-oak, will) iirltil roll'
Mttirllti. feature In mini the terl
fir Impact wllh li e tloeii nalurally (u
he eirrti nit mtrll a trip It w ho
Klliall, In permit nf iiilck movlnK.
lllcll l often Imperallre In earapc
trt-lttK cailKht anil rrunll.-il like nil t-Kr.
rliell tielween rtipl.lly approachlnK lie
P.elilii If rniiKtll 111 mirh i rultlenac
the mil) re'iiurie la hlnatltiK mil it
"berth" with ilnaiulte, or nhamlonlnp
the veapel In her fate
The ability to enn dantccr from
tiiirtiarhlni: Ice, ami tn art awlfl. in.
tti't-Ultel), U one of the IllOftt ricien.
"nary ie(UlremetitH of arcilra I'lpliireri".
I The ahlp will rarr n timal cutnplelc
Ulpttienl of arletitlflc llitrum.'tit
many prohahl Mipplle.1 by the t; S
roant ami Keoetlc Mine)
I Tiiini'.l fiHxla of all klniU. lea, rofTcc
in ml iliiKiilatc, will he carried tn pric
lite a arletl illei fur the lonK perlml
In which we nhall be illntiiictly out nf
the pale nf the menu cuitl ami the
win m Imlli Our principal fiMMl, ho
"MT, will eimnlnt of ncnl, wulruii nml
p.ilar In nr nteukn. We rim, at Home
iintelililit place In the arctic, kill
retrritl thiiuniiml of Ihrne ami pllo
thrill lli on the lie, rotelnl with
)miw, an our fuoil reere They will
kiep, of tourne, Iriitcflnllely
The nerat!e winter teiupernture wc
will fiicouiller will he 3f. or 4U ilc
Kfern hi low zrro, thin hllxhtly ruiNler
nllni; In the hi Iff HUtutuer.
tllurtliiK out from aotue port on the
I'arlur, probably Healllr, In July, wn
will pnaa IhrotiKh llerliiK Ktrnlt and
(irorreil north arouml Alaaka. Arriv
I ik nt mime M)lut off the American
rnaat In Keplember, we will "net" tno
utilp In the rapidly fonnlnt; Ice flrliU,
ami mtIkii ournehen to a contlnuoUD
iltift with the Ire, wherever It may
We eipcct to come out at immc tKilrtt
bttween Kliaeliberi;eli and (irernlaild.
In thUK drlftitiK with the Ice, we will
he able In note Ita lend and Jut what
fiirren are oin'rutlnc In Ita direction.
Whether It U moed principally by
the water currentu beneath, or U
ilrhrn by a ronntnnt wind, l )et to
be deternined, NumberK of Important
clentinc. thorleN may he either blnatrd
or imbittantlated Ihrouith these obaor
tntlm l'reUent, hourly If ponalble, unund
III r.H will I).' taken of the urn bottom,
nm'l rti.i.liiii'iiH of the fauna from the
nen-tloor collected The theory that at
mime former ace, the earth'n equator
wn lomted nt what In now the pole
and chanced to It poaltloti by a "flip
Hop" of the earth, may he nomewtiat
cleared up h n ntudy of dead fauna
life of the Arrtlc ocean. If any can bo
The expedition will Include aome
dl'liiiKUinhrd metroloKlut, In order
that an Inti'iiihc. atudy of the ntmo
aperlc lawn nbtalnlnR at the Pole, may
be made In the Intercut of "clence,
arid iiuvIkhI It'll.
New City Laundry
Wo Ouarsntcc Our VorK.
5hlrtt and Collar Laundered.
.'c alto waph silk, wool, J nil col
ored goda very carefully. Try ui
ence ond he convinced, Our prlect
are rloht. Phone 15 1.
127 Fourth Street
P.ick of Flrt National Unk
English Government is
Like Commission Form
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
The entire stock of high grade Men's
Clothing. Shoes, Furnishings and Hats
will be put on sale at sensational cut- i
slash prices. In spite of the fact that
the wholesale prices on all classes of
merchandise has gone skyward and are
higher than they have been in 25 years.
We are in a position to give you excep
tional low prices during this great sale.
See the Big Ad Tomorrow
Don't Spend a Single Penny
Until You Attend This Sale
Kfcrs do not effect our trade
"SSSSm SSjKMifl """-"i,Bii.i
Wood and Hay
. E. Sechorn Company
622 Main Mrrrt
liiNt phone IH7 anil uak for Vcf
ton, i M ,ie MI WM) tnu W09
our ivotMl iiroblcin for you.
Klamath Fuel Co.
I.ONI'ON, Jan. 10. The cntacl)i.m
of a world nr hna forctsl KriRland to
apply American mctlunln to her kov
crnmeul. I.ln)il ReorKcV rcorKiinlrrd
cnhliit't In but it cloriflcd American
city council under u romml.inlon form
of ro crnmeul.
i:ii);liiml, iik n niitliui, wan faced with
exactly the f nine probleiilit that con
I fronted liundrcdH of Anierlran cltleit
J before the nihent of the Oalventon
unit Den Mnliirrt plnnn for admlnlatra.
Hon of municipal afTnlrn. (Ircat Ilrlt
aln had a council that wan unwelldly:
IIh dcclHloim wrin Inkrn lifter rldlcu
tounly lotiK di'hiiicN, and the mlHlukes
li mndo could nut be traced to any re
Such wiih the condition nf uffnlrn In
Di'ii Molurrt, town, mid other American
cltlfM ilurlnK thn time Ihoy In bo red un
til r the old wnrdcouncll Kovornmuntii.
KnKllhh people for two yonnt havo
watched I ho government pile one mla
adventure upon another, but the coat
to them wuh not roprcnonted In money,
but In the Uvea of the nation' boat
men. In ono abort week Lloyd aeorue,
Knjtlnnd' atronK man, wiped out an
Inefficient wurdcounrll plan or gov
eminent nml HiibHtltutcd the comml.
Hlon of five men, who nre held directly
naponBlble for the conduct of the na
tion' ufTalm. Knch cnntrola corlnln
portions of tho count ry'tt buHlncim, nnd
eucb commlHHlonor, or cabinet momber,i
ban boon proved ctipuble.
Thorn nlxo la n queer analogy be
tween the orlKln of cammlHBlon form
of Rovornment In America and Kng
land. In the year 1878, thorn wua 11
HcourKO of yellow fever In Memphis,
Tcnn,. duo to Ha poor Hiinltury Hyatom,
Tho city hail Incurred n debt equal to
Ita borrowing power nnd the IorIhIu.
turn, In 1879, intuullnliol h commUalon
tn take cliarKii or IIh iiITiiIih. TIiIh wuh
oiio of thn flrnt commlHHlnn plann. In
tho yeur 1900, Qalveaton, Tex., wua ov
erwhelmed by a tidal wave which proa-
truted the city financially, It waa
placed under a commlimlon Rovcrn
In I he year 19IC. KiiKland wait on the
verge of being overwhelmed by a
world war and n commlimion plan of
go eminent wait applied to 1U na
Jack l.lnman Iiiih returned to 8io
Itane, Want) , where ho In attending
Captain WIckMrom la working on ItU
new gaaollne launch.
Sleighing Ix fine now- ro we must
take nd milage of It and get our wood
nil In and prepare our woodhouse for
Jatuea Stansblo la on the alck list
at tbia writing. He Is threatened with
Liltlo Alice Cay is stopping with
James Stnnsble for the rest or this
term of nchool so she can attend at
O. K. Hunt or Shnstavlew and C. M.
Hunt or Klamath Kails called at tho
borne of C. O. Hunt Sunday.
Everybody la Invited to the mock
trial here Friday night, January 12. j
I were put through last week, in one of
Viwnicn .Mr. c a. miii purcnasea me
. IMcrce Combs ranch, nnd In the other
' Itnhorl fhevne nllrrhnaiwt fhA MrPlnm
place. Mr. Cheyne has worked the Mc-
Clure ranch for several years, and bis
purchase of the property considerably
lncreni.es his already extensive hold
ings in this locality.
Cupt. Van Camp of tho Steamer 1 C. O. Hunt returned Saturday night
Modoc is Hitting around enjoying life,
until tho lake opens up.
Capt. Parker will put up Ico this
Mrs. A, nrenrcllff nnd dnughtcr,
Nndlno returned from Keddlng, Cnl,
where they spent tho holidays.
Things are beginning to look more
cheerful around here slnco It quit
snowing. The roads between hero nnd
town were scraped by the Klamath
Manufacturing company und the city.
The Ico on tho Inko is unsafe now
for crossing or traveling otherwise,
nnd several hnvo broken through
Mr. liond has moved Into tho Mul
Mr. Arthur WakefleltU has been
staying with Jack Itynn for tho last
wock. He Is hero from his home In
Tho constlng around here is fine
nnd Sunday brought out tho lovers or
that sport with nil klnda of coasting
An tna disability policy works for
you whon you cannot work for your
If. too Chllcoto. 10
riom Corvallls, where be attended
Mr. Mumford went to Klamath Falls
Saturday to view tho sleighs and other
things that be forgot to come borne
IllmolwrightB have n new five
pound boy at their home in Round
II, S. Fox is keeping Hunt's sleigh
pretty busy these days. School inarms
are supposed to occupy It most of the
Lloyd Undcrhlll, who has been
general choro boy in Orlndale for a
row days, left Sunday evening for
Joe Foster la back to Round lake.
At present ho Is on tho sick list.
Old settlors report that tho present
snow Is the deepest and has lain on
tho longest of any hhow In tho locality
for yearn. However, its u heavy snow
fall la IndlcatloB of a bumper crop
next aeason, pray for more.
Two taRportaat real estate deals
Theodore Case, son or Mr. and Mrs.
T N. Cu.-.e, returned to Corvalis Satur
day to resume his studies.
Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Thompson were given a surprise card
party by the neighbors. A very enjoy
able evening was spent.
Miss Selma McReynolds spent Sun
day afternoon visiting Mrs. John
Marion Ford, teacher at Spring Lake
has been called to California by the
Illness of his sister.
J. H. Barnes was a visitor in Klam
ath Falls Monday.
Some or tho farmers In tho locality
nre talking or trying to' Induce Kerns
r.rothers to run nn electric light and
power line through this section. There '
is no doubt but that such a line would
be very profitable for both the power
Company and tho farmers, and it's a
cinch they would not have the trouble
getting a franchise that they do in
some places; so why not come into a
community where sledding Is easy.
Hot lunch Is still being served at the
school house every noon. So far the
cost has been less than the estimated,
two cents per pupil per day, and we
have a small surplus in the treasury.
O. n. King is serving on tho grand
jury this week.
Harry llooth and John Koontz of Mt.
I.akl attended to business nt the coun
ty soat Monday.
IF KIDNEYS ACT
No man or woman who eats meat
regular can make a mistake by flush
ing the kidneys occasionally, says a
well known authority. Meat forms
uric acid which excites the kidneys,
they become over worked from the
strain, get sluggish and fall to filter the
wa-to ucd poisons from the blood, then
we get sick. Nearly all rheumatism,
headaches, liver trouble, nervousness,
dizziness, sleeplessness and urinary
disorders come from sluggish kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull ache la
the kidneys or your Dock hurts or If
the urine Is cloudy, offensive, full of
sediment, Irregular of passage or at
tended by a sensation of scalding, stop
eating meat and get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take
a tablespoonful in a glass of water be
fore breakfast, and in a few days your
kidneys will act fine. This famous
salts is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithia,
and has been used for generations to
flush and stimulate the kidneys, also to
neutralize the acids In urine so It no
longer causes Irritation, thus
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and caaaot
injure; makes a delightful efferveseemt
lithia water drink which svsryo
should take now and then to keep the
kidneys clean and active and tho Mood
pure, thereby avoiding sertow kidney
Aijwfcere the Gty
Senate Votos Dry
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 10. The
Shoppurd prohibition measure to make
the District of Columbia dry Novem
ber 1, 1918, passed the senate this af
ternoon, it is expected that the mea
sure' will pass tho house.
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