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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1918)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Movnn, 1 1: I. miu it m
The Evening Herald! R
Published dally except Sunday by'
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klntnnth Fall'' at 116 Fourth street
I.ITTI.R HinELUHITM t) 1.1KWI. MMVKN'INOS
AMONG THK PKOPl.K OK THIS CITV AH VIUXITV.
OOINGS AX1 OOMIM1S OK LOCAL FOLKS
LILLE HUGS AND KISSES FIRST POILU TO
ENTER CITY AFTER GERMANS RETREAT
Filtered at llio postolllce nt Klauw
nth Falls, Oie . tor transmission thru;
1. Scott U In town today from
the mnili as second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mall to any J" Inibll ha returned
addreoo in Iho United States: ; from a brief business to Thrall t
One venr . .$5.00 i
One month SO , Mr and Mrs. (Ironic Anderson are
don for a few days from Chllonuin
K Hall left this morninc for
Member of the Avochitol l'rr
The ssoclnted Pros-" l exclusively
entitled tn the use for republication . oi.iloquln after a sho.-t vl-i' !n th!
of nil nri dispatches credited to K!c,r i
or net otherwise credited In this pa-I
per and also local news published' frank llradv of Port Columbia.
''""'"right of republlclton of so-! WnhlnBton rame In on tho train la-t
clal dispatches herein are also re-, evening.
ycnet C A Williamson nnd H MacKinna
are guests at the White Pelican Hotel
MOMtw, ut:( oinr.ii ., iiiin
Herald's Classified Advs.
Principal Fred Petef-son of the
FOIt KENT Threeroom modern I """' """ -"'"" " "
house partl furnished. including, me county seat i-aturuay miernoon
bath and toilet Enquire at S13He reinirts that the Influenxa hai
Mrs Orace Tlbbetts nnd children
came in yesterday afternoon from
Chlloquln for a short lslt
W T Duffv n Count) seat vlsl
tor from Heattv
Mi and Mi L S Denton arilied
last evening from Camp Tailor. Ken
tuck). W M .uk vxai among the train '
arrival last night from, Mcdford. Ho '
U a guest at the Hotel Hall !
j W J. Orr I In the ell) for a few '
da.is on matters of buslnexs from
CIoerdale. C.illfnrnla He I Mop- i
ping at the Hotol Hull
i Mrs. Horace Mitchell has left fori
A .-bin ml She will bo met there bv I
Mr Mitchell it ml they will remain I
there for a hulldav vllt .
Ml lloatrlce -Vo from Port
Klamath who has been the guest of
MIs Waive Jacobs hag gone to I.os-
Angeles to tuil voice uud piano
wr -ivw -w. v ,
'"a , "i .i. JkJ"" P
FOR KKNT Nicely furnished apart
ment 133 10th St. 1S-51
almost entirely been cleared from
that district, the only remaining pati
ent In Merrill was able to be up and
around on Saturday
Mrs J V Tipton of Odessa left I
this morning for London, Kentuokv ,
where she has been c tiled by the i
serious Illness of her father Mr
Tipton who accompanied her to Klam
ath Palls Saturday returned this
-Christmas trees. Pey
Phone 112R 21-St
POIl S LK- Alfalfa hay. JH.50 per
ton U K. Walker, Klamath Pack-1
IngCo. Il-2t J
POIl SALK, 1917 Maxwell, 90 peri
r ..vnfXTk njicJm
St S3kS 3ESt j vS - -!SifflfJ
uu '.rju h. rr..rjarTXHrtrvr .dm- -
Dunham Auto Co.
yoil SALE Ford touring car,
bought new September. 1917 En
quire F. C. Iluchholz. 20-6t
Klamalh lounty News
BELGIANS IS :J--:
nriiinif ini r i
nr uunrvuni r, jir m- vust "
.A... - iSyA
$mmaWSi&0' rJS' tip
iikms? ms; n
Lille went wild with Joy when
Fri-iuh troops entered that ilt after
the Hermans had been forced to eva
cuate It In the face of the llrllhb
drlie This photograph shows part
of a rroivd nf seirr.ll itimi mil 1 1
which surrounded (be Hint luilu l.i
reach lln tu'iirt of tint city He w
the most kissed soldier In Llll that
FOK SALE Complete household;
furniture. C37 Tenth st., comer!
FOK SALE OK TRADE Five-passenger
car in good running order.
1404 Main st. 19-5t
BRUGES, (Correspondence of the
Associated Press ) The Belgians are,
the most polite people In the world
Yesterday seven correspondents truv-j jj, j j)
eled to Audenarde. We were in1 tia ami Onal.
Several government surveiors have
been busy surveying the tule land
around Midland for the past week I
formed that e might cross the Es
cam and proceed in the direction of
As our two automobiles came
Hooper and daughter
were In Klamath Falls
Tuesday .doing Christmas shopping
Heavy Sea Saves Big
Ship From Submarine
'The Store Brimfull
of the Christmas Spirit
For whom do you wMi a jrift for mother, wn,
Mvootlu'iu't, father, brother, sou or friend? s
lection h a happy undertakine; here, t ,.
chooses from innumerable appropriate artit , ,
The quality is established it is known by e
one to bo ;otjI, tho best of its kind. This rcpu
tation for line quality is why everyone feels c
cially complimented with a present from i;p.
We are prepared with help and with merch im
disc to serve you most satisfactorily this Chi i -mas.
Many diU'erent designs in bracelt;t watch
Swiss and American movements, tilled and hhIkI
irold ens-OS. 'JH.UU to $50.00.
A large stock of carefully selected stones. This
display of rings is especially attractive, Slf.on
GIFTS FOK WO.MKN "
French Ivory ai tides
Silver Flatware pieces
Cut (Mass . .
GIFTS FOK MHN
WaUlemnr Chains S H.OO to SlU.uii
l.f)0 to $:()i hi
511.50 to Sl.'Hiu
$1.50 to $ ll im
$1.00 to 5 Hi.!!."!
$1.50 to $2().iii)
$11.00 to iii.;,u
FOR SALE 1,700 acres of irrigable
land in small tracts, interest lessir.hent
than federal farm loans; pay out inj0ver tne ridge before entering towY
z3 years at a per cent 01 tne pnn-i
clpal each year Inquire of Francis
J llirane, Bonanza, Ore. 21-6C
they were spotted by an eigle-eed
observer in the German lines, and as
jne reached the entrance of the town
land left from our cars preparing to
enter on foot, a shell whined over
T. D Yang and Mr Castle were In
Klamath Fall-. Tuesdav.
na.if,u-nara 10 winter. ;- our heads and exploded dully in a iTacoma. Wash
per month Jay Manning 21 3t. , , ; ' , ,
'rain soaked field fifty yards beyond carload of hogs
WANTED High school girl wants! the road Another followed about the
place to work for board and go to same distance short. Then they came
school. Write box 57, Worden, Ore...n fas. ,nat I lost count. Gas shells
they were and we donned our masks,
and made for the cars. '
The lieutenant in charge of our
party bowed to the oldest correspond
ent and bade him enter the ctr The
In turn bowed
LONDON, (Ily M.ii Now thnt
censorship rules hale been much re
laxed. extraordlunr stories of ilose
'shines and unexpected happenings
are being published Hard to beat
'Is one related by the Liverpool Even
frnm.nR Kxpress It tell how a toniodo
where he shipped a , ( rom a i-.,J(u ,,,,,, ,,,.,. a ,.
tended victim whlili at the psi-hol-oglcal
moment was lifted beyond Its
.teach by a big wave- ami admlnls!-
'' IlllII I I.Nf.N , , r,l ,1,,, nill,.rila t,. n(int)in, .it.nniv
- - .- .p.j -,. ......a.. ... ...,u..w -,iv, .
Mrs. J. I) Hooper is spending a
few davs with her daughter. Mrs W
E Kemp, at Keno.
Wr Tlngley has returned
STKAYED Three milch cows, one
light brlndle, one black, both de
horned; branded Heath T and F with
Jit connected on left hip; crop off
t1lt 4 Vidlf llnda nmrt nni all In
left om-'whllP with hlarlr snnl, rt,J ,at,er be,lB Belgian
horned branded F with JH connectpd . to his neighbor motioned
on left hip; crop off richt ear. silt in' the car. He demurred and then fol
left Also one red Durham range lowed some Alphonse and Gaston ' ,r Sthrelner. Mr Stewart and Mr
cow and one red 2-year-old steer with moving pictures until some one mo- M-ewls helped Mr. Heero butcher hogs
one da) thLs week. '
ear ana bput in leu Also I nave at
my ranch and have fed for two win-
spitefully spluttered along the muddy
subrnnrlno on the other side of th
Here Is the paper's urco.int
and the ship was plti iting about
Tin llrit to '' the rlrsl submarine
wus the gunner who nUo spotted tbc
traclv of a mrpi-dii nhtih. If jnuu-'
thing like 3 miracle itu not hnp;ieii'
ed. would haie struck ilium nmld-,
slilpii Nothing rnuld bo donn In
limn to turn the ship clear of ilunpnr. I
but a lisiiy sea 11(1. M tllKtt nil IU j
crejt the Hleutiier which wn only
drawing a few feet of water ni'd
then those who had Just been oipmt.
lug to be torpedoed themselves, t.w
a ternnd I'-boat which wn working
In unijunction with iln one on llm
Knives for Waldemars
Hmblem Kings . ..
$ .1.00 to $ ii.ui)
$ 'AM to $ .". on
$25.00 to $:sr.uo
$ .100 to $20.00
$ h'.OO to $10.00
$ 15.00 to $ 7.50
$ 1.00 to $'J5.oo
. GIFTS FOK CHILDKKN
Haby Kings .
Gold Kracolets .
Lockets and Chaains
5LfiO to $
.$2.50 to $
$2.50 to $10.00
Lucille nnd Walter Stewart left for l,l',a,""r
Kansas Wednesday to visit relatives "
Tht Ilrltlsh steamer Algorles. com-1 mlnr side of tin. steamer, struck by
Mr and Mrs Mark are expecting ( matu'ed by Captain Frederick Taylor. ' the torpedo
tneir son tan nome for tne t'lirnt-( wa off Ilardsej Maud and bad i
mas Holidays i cargo of timber from Itosshre
There w.n n heavy sea en up into ih(! nlr
The) heard a deafening explosion
In nnd saw a mountain of sprii) llinvul
Frank M. Upp
511 .Main Street
OHicial S. l Watch Inspector
lh(fc fart' lit-ifh tirumfoil t ulfh in1
connected on left hip. crop off right 1 ,,oned ,0 me t0 enter tne car ' dlU-
1i neii mey an pnea in Ana as we
raced down the road to Thlelt shells
ters one young red cow- branded U on
left ribs. Francis J Ilowne, Bo
Ethel and Charllo Mick Wsltcd
I with the SUirelner children Frlda) i
Send Your Mail Orders to
K. K. K. Store
If it is Impossible for )ou to come
to i..i. to Io ,our Xnuis topping, j men , ,, accorB to tno TaK.
IN BERLIN STREETS
UEHLIN, Dec. 23. (by the As
sociated I'ress) There are between
(60,000 and 70,000 unemployed work-j a balance on hand of iii73,.'i32,
lll'Oi: MM SI'E.NT
(IV STATU ItOAIW.
SALEM. Ore , Dec 23 Dur
ing the last two years the Mute
highway (omml.sslon has ex
pended J2,8S,2r7 and now has
I llsche Runchau. Of the number 7000
-uti ii-t juur iiuiii finitrm. nc iiui uu
"f 'i " i-je in m-ii-cuuuy, iare metaj uorker.s
u.i.l nil! ..-nil gooils hubjeet t yourj Tll(. ,0,a, ,e p"B'per savg ,,0 mn
iipproval. Jf not Mitlsfartory, return Inc,uJe blrlkerSi tll(J number of whom
them at our .-vpei.se. We pay all. varies. The walkouts generally are
postage, exp.es.. or freight charge, of nort duration.
according to the biennial report
of the commission prepared for
submission to the governor.
AMSTEUDA.M. (Ily Mn.Il) The
we all o be killed:" tlmy uski-d '
"The officers harangued, cajoled.!
In vain Three times tho order wai
given It wan a difficult position for,
men with no backing but ilmlr f.. j
lug of solidarity A thousand were.
Imprisoned at WllliuliiiHlinven Tim '
choice between freedom nnd
prlsomueni was not dirrioii
was levoliitlon l( was the Iron
fate that the I'nn (ir-riimri. with what
wis to bo their last deiperaln blow.;
should theimulves bale started Ihe!
tonflagratlou It was this Inst, dev-i
&W SALTS TO
(tet n Kliiiiitanl luiirniiie pulli)
frmii Hid ( hilinin.V Sinllli ngi-iii) 12
attempt of officers of the.,Oertnnn lllali crime agaliut the (iorinnii peopln '
Illlfli i.nu rltf.nl In tii.ln fi nillnlfl'il that Keall'll tllllfr illlfiMi " '
sortie against the Ilrltlsh (Irmiil Fleet ,
ii.ul guarantee h.itlsfacllon. Good
hlilipeil the same day order received.'
K. K, K. Store, Ix-adlng C'lotlilersi and
The Vosslsche Zeltung refers to the
Increasing number of soldiers engag
ed In begging while there Is much
I work to be done
American be,) are d)ing for their Thr, lw0 lhoUf(anu gcno0, cnll
eountr, huroly you can save for It. , ,. . of ParU werf) .
jsuy ar saving Miuinps.
celvine regular lunches from the Ited
HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A COLD
( Cross during the past year.
Sajs Cream Applied In Nostrils
X Opens Air Passages Itlght Up.
luslunt lellef no waiting. Your
dogged nostrilH open right up, the
uir passages of )our head clear and
j on can bieuthe freely. No more
hawking, snuffling, blowing, head-ur-hu,
drjiiess. No struggling for.
breath at night; your cold or catarrh '
Out a siiiall bottlo of Kly'b Cream
Huliu from your druggist now. Ap j
PI) a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing eieuiu In your nostrils. Hi
punetiutea thru every air passage of
the head toothc-s tho inflamed or
swollen mucous niembrune und relief
It V Jiist flue. Don't stay stuffed
up with a cold or nasty catarrh. Adv
before tho arinlstbti was signed Is BETTER LICHT AT
L-iiiirai lei izeu uy tne iieriiu vor
I waerts as "tho last devllLsh crime
i against the d'erman people thnt sell-'
ed the doom of tho I'nu-Cermans.",
Hi-fusal of the sailors to go out and
fight Is regarded as the II rU step to
ward llm (lerman revolution. This
mutiny Is described by the Vor-
, wuerts as "an ait of solf-dcfenso by
1X0,000 men against the villainous
I i'an American plan i
1 EAT LI .SS Ml IT II
I H.cii in on ni:
toi I i;i;i.
rOltn.AND, Die 23, How to
obtain bettor light with the use of
less electricity I contained In the
second edition of "Fuel Kiwis." Just
published by the ('tilted Htulcs find
ailmlnlHtiatlon, a (opy of which Iklm
(I!) Ahsoc IhIi-iI l'i -.) I
t'HICAdO, Dee 23 An effort to
i been ret nlved b) Fuel Adiiiliilstnilor
"To underHand tho position," on- Fred J. Holmes Among llie hints
tlnues the nowHpaper, "it Is nerotsary for light efficiency ni tlm following
to r hack to the foverlsh piopn- 'I'ungstou Instead of (arboii fllu-
ganda by (lie l'an-(ieriuniiK lit tho end riient electric hulbs tire half the fuel
of October for
u ho called national
To save their norks
ulinii ttint tit 'inrl.uiip f tn . ln !
..... ,.,,.., ..' .... ' flKht of despair
...--....... n.. ,-m.. ., , , -loy,oncelvedthi. Idea of baiting tin.
tmtlmiiil fiwivo.nftnl l.i tiltiillcih iL-ri,1
ieiiiio nun a .oriorn nopo
Wise bujers will visit
Klamath Truck Co.
DOJM Hi:,VV IIAULINO
GltAIN, Il.tV, 1,TC.
Has Fiiu Ton I'aiknrd Truck
' I'lioue UDM
J. G. GOBLE
movement to ubollsh war
and militarism In the Interest of hu
I inanity and to imium posslblii iktii.;i
i lien t world peace was mailu by Adolph
(leriiKr, general secretary for tho na-
itlonal Koclallst party, In testifying In
Im own lefcis' in tli.i Icle'il . o n'l
whnrn five socialist leaders are on
.trial for violation of the esplonugo
Oenncr said that tlio Koclalists
, hoped to compel the ('lilted States to
jtuku the lead In the iiioveuieiil and to
I end the war und enforce tho dlsarma-
Intent of the world (Jermer did not
deny that tho socialist party publish
ed und circulated the aull-wur litera
ture which tho government character-izod.
Into a forlorn hopo which
(in lil only end In (omplelo extermina
tion The death of tho doomed eighty
thousand did not (onccin these man
lar.s, In whoso reckonings human
blood never counted. Their notion)
and glvo twlc.i the light tit half the
All lights used for merely decora
tlvo pin poses hIioiiIi! be ollmliiated
Itiimovii nil bulbs having broken
fllamuntH. 'llm biol.eu flliimnni n-en
twldi n m much cm rent, luspuci nil
bulbs nt Irasl oiidi u mouth
Keep llm bulbs clean Flngur-
of military honor was that the whole marked or dusty liullm absorb light
people should suffer thoiosolvott to j Lights should Im turned out upon
be butchered rather thuil undergo the leaving un unoccupied room
shame of defeat ' I Lump similes and nil globus hIioiiIiI
"With their minds steeped In
woisblp of might I hey had no Inkling
of tho revolutionary currents among
tlm men. They still Imugincd thut
iron discipline wxs paramount. Their
fiendish plan was to send out tho
hIiIpk to he sacrificed to tho lust ship,
Tho news spread llko wllclflru.
the, bo of translucent material.
Light wall pmer.s should ho sub
stltuieil whiiniiviu piMidhlt) for dark
ones, hi n co light (olors ubnoih lesi
light than tho diuk ones.
Tim prudent limn ciirrlns fire, life,
Uf-l-lffMIlt Mllll lin.lllll llltal.fil.i, Uj.j.
" 'At the last stugo of tho wnr ar ciiUcoto A Huiltli. ' 12
Mint forms ui r acid which uxcllni
and overworks tho kldun)s In their
efforts to flllcir It from the H)stiuii
lli'gular ealers of meat must flush
the kldiio) occasliiually. Vou musl
relloio tliiim like )ou rnlluvii your
bowels; lumovliig all the acids, wastn
nnd poison, elm, you fi.() .Inn ,B. ;
ery In tho kidney region, shurpl
pains in llm hack or sli k hiiad ichii.l
ilUlness, your stomach soum, louguoi
Is (oatcd ami when tho weuther Is'
nan )ou iin(i iluMimalli' twinges
Tho urine In cloudy, full of sediment,
the chanuelii often got lirliitod, oh
llglng )ou to got up two or ihiee
times during ihe night.
To neuiiulUe tin-He Irritating acids i
and rlush off Un, body'rt inliious!
w-islo get about four oilmen of Jn, i
Cltiliu r.... .1 . .
....im , hi uiijr pmii limey; 111 f I) II
liiblosponful lu n khs of water bo
foni bieukfaKt for a few il, n,.,i
)our IIiIiio)h will then in t f I no ,,ni '
bliiililei' dlHorduiH disappear. '1'liftt
faiiioiiH anils Is iiindii fiiim tho acid'
of grapea ami leiunii Jnlcu, couiblneil '
wllh lit Itld. nnd Iiiih been iihiuI for'
gonnratloiiH to cluiui and stlmulatu'
Hlugglsh l(ldiiii)H and stop bladder,
Irrllntloii. Jail Hnlla Is iiiexponslvo;
harmlesH uud makim a diiKhtf 0f.
fuiHOHiuiit lllllm-water drink -which
inlllloiiH of men and woinun take now
and then, Hum avoiding serious kid
ney uud bluddur diseases. Adv, I
am uuciti: i.v 'i 111; m
vucic si:itn 1;
iilase.saiii.i: it Ml s
Roofing of All Kinds
W. D. MILLER
New City Laundry
W Quirante Our Work.
GhlrU and ColUis Laundered.
We also wash silk, wool, and col
ored gods wtry carefully. Try ui
once and be convinced. Our prlcet
are right. Phone 1S4.
127 Fourth Street
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