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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
moxhav, imriiMiu.n n .,,
JUST ONE MORE DAY
To do your Christmas Shopping. But you will have no
trouble in finding just what you'll want for the MEN at
the K. K. K Store. Open tonight and tomorrow night.
THE MEN'S CHRISTMAS STORE
Starving Austrian Babes CRATER LAKE Influenza Listed for
Carried in Newspapers
BRING ON WAR
rlilim for destroying rhllli.tlon to4
, for trampling utulrr dmt th tlihu
i( uther nations and peoples
On III question nf Japan-, occupi
llllll l)f Ihn Herman Houtli 5rA llltnjl
Mr Oiakl dnrlainl llidl I tic VuUti
States should dismantle tier (urti In
(tin Philippine anil Hawaii and Itlll
UiU would be iiniff Important (or
Japan limn the taking otr vt lt
South Ma UUmti
LONDON, Dec. 23. Serious condi
tions In Vienna because th. lack ot
food and textiles there are reported
to the British mission by prisoners of
war in Austria, now in the Austrian
capital, according to a Vienna dis
Starring mothers in the Austrian
capital are unable to obtain milk for
their children, and the babies are dy
ing by hundreds, the message states.
The mothers also are without swad
dling clothes for their Infanta and are
obliged to wrap them in rags or even
HERE, SAYS HKniKSKXTATlVK
sixxott, mii.tox won.n
I HAVE KOfXl) TIIK IMPACT KOIt
Have you noticed how cheap ytita
ran buy a good overcoat at the big
ale at the
6-tf K. K. K. STORE.
Dlanketa numbering 1,200,000
were sent to Prance by the Red Cross
Fifteen thousand automobiles since
August 1st have been shipped to
France for the Red Cross.
Everr Amerlcab prisoner in Ger
many receive da big food parcel every
week from the Red Cross. Return
postals prove it.
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Santa Ctaas can still ftad a
few nice Phonographs at
Next door Postofllce
Hcprentatlv0 Slnnolt. nf Ort'Kon,
recently described Crater Lake on the
1 floor of the House In these words
1 "Southward. Crater l.ahe. cauld-
ronllke and circular. 7.000 feel high.
is perched amid the peaks Perpendi
cular sides of stlggy lava, rliio oer a
thousand feet from waters ot Indigo
blue 6 miles across and 3,000 feet
"To the scientist, a mighty volcano
'elapsed within Itself Mount Muznnia
j 13,000 feet high telescoped
j "To the poet, "the sea of slleme.'
I 'a lake of mystery '
1 "To We, a-shall hole of a wnr of
I Worlds who knows?"
"Could the groat blind poet have
seen this marvel ere tils pen had Lucl
I fer and hU host of rebel angels
I Hurled heaillonc flaming from the
With hideous ruin and combustion,
In Mlltonic Imagery here he'd have
found the impact."
i At Iti annual meeting Saturday.
December 14th the statu board of
health placed lutluunin under tin
modified quarantine list under sec
tion 7 of Its rules n ml regulation i
This requires the confinement of
the rat lent to one apartment or suite
nf rooms, utti'iiilaul to use guuri
masks unilor strict sunllary precau
tious All utensils used by put lent
to bo thoroly disinfected after ur.e
All discharges from nose unit thrn.-it
to bo burned. Officers nnd attend
ants only may have acres to t ho sick
rcotu. Placards must be placed con
sp'ruously at the front and rear en
trance, showing the name of the dls
ease In type of approved slie Tin
patient Is released front quarantine
only upon permission (rum the health
otllrur In ctuirr.e
Since the length of time u patient
tuny remain a carrier of Inlluetun Is
not yet determined, and since our
present epidemic Is being apparently
extended by such carriers, it Is sug
gested that )OU require the patient
to remain in quarantine fur a period
of ten days dating from tho last ele
vation of tumpiiraturu or entire tub
sldunce of nose and throat symptoms i
In lieu of such extended iiuurnittliie
you may permit the patient the alter
native of going rlui't pioper'v
masked for the same period of time
The use of the vaccine Untied by
the state laboratory Is urged by tin
board since reports show It to bo nl
liable, not only In cutting down tin
Incidence of InftUvnin, but prevent
ing In most cases the grave eumpllra
tlons. As tho period of Immunity l
not know ii, a revarelnallnn Is ad
vised In from two to four weeks The
laboratory Is prepared to supply this
thru your oltlce. Hindi) make re
quests us early as possible and sup
ply the physicians In your district
upon ilmiiund It Is suggested that
tin- vucclue be kept lu a cunt plnre
and that It not bu used after tell days
Kindly notify the pliyslrluns of
)our district of the nbove measure,
and please Impress upon thoiu the
necessity of returning the vaccine
bottles at ouco, ns wn are In great -need
of Ilium. Hlnce we supply the
vucclue without charge, the physician
should tin surltclenlly appreciative to
return the bottles promptly
A C HKKI.Y.
.State Health Olllrer
. j .
For the benefit of those who do not care about
cooking an elaborate dinner at home on Christmas,
we are going to serve a special turkey dinner
Frch Crab CockUll
Celery en Uranche
Cream of Celery Hotip
Boiled Fresh HaUnon, Kgg Baace
- Rip Olives
i "" i
Roasted Stuffed Klamath Turkey, Oiblet OWrt 'If;'
Cranberry' Hatlce ,t .'?
Candled Sweet PotJitoes
'fBL Kn8,ll" ''I""1 J'uddlng.!
Wm&ilWi ... n i.i' wi ,.
fjjmZZi u" uiiifiiM wr auw ntr
. -sv.r.jt .
Creamed Peaa ;Caf
Hard and Fiae Iteoc
Tea, Coffee or Milk
The Rex Cafe
PLACE-FOR GOOD FATS"
WHERE'S YOUR nUTTOXV
n...A.I l.mil.l.. n w.. Lnllll ..1 tl t
as to whether or not we shall be pnr
Imltted to attend church on Christmas
' Day. Our local health officers say
we shall not. Wn arc pleased to
acquiesce to their judgment, tho wu
do not quito agree with them, and
cannot see the logic nf tho argument
i'in permitting churches, etc, to open
precisely at the hour when tho birth
day of the Prince of Peace shall huvo
passed too late to observe boflttlng
1 1 jr this-day of days for all Christians.
' However, neither law nor health
officers forbid us the worshipping of
God privately in our churches on
Christmas morning, and I urgu all
Catholics to attend to their duties on
that day. Tho sacraments may b
approachod on Christmas Kvu from
7 till 9 and Christmas morning from
6 till 9 oo'clock. This opportunity
may also be taken to visit tho crib -a
most realistic work of art. Messrs
Kenncally nnd Sullivan aru to bo
complimented on tho result of their
attempt to produce n truo represen
tation of Hethlehem.
The usunl Christmas church sol
emnity will be postponed till New
Year's Day Mr. C W. Kborluln,
with a grand selecti-d chorus, Is now
preparing tho singing, and present in
dications are that lovers of good mu
sic will appreciate the results.
PATH Kit HUGH MAKHHA1.L.
: RAILROADS BE :
! TURNED BACK;
AFFAIR UP TO
lOKIO (CorrcMxiiidetire f the As
noclated Pros) llellrf that the fext
war will be the outcome of rare life
Jritli'm Is expressed by Vllklo Ofpld.
formerl) Minister of Juulre. ap! i
lending member of the Constitution!
Party Mr Otakl said that In hi
optilon. the adored inftu wIiIHj
sti-Mllly were developing their rhilt
ntloii would ilemsud finally the same
lleutmeitt ns the white laies, mid
that (be msuIi would be an armed
Mr Oiakl reeomiiiruiled that ft
the IV hi Conference. Japan aril it:
on behalf of all the Asiatic rn e
mIioiiIiI hit rmliirn the racial tnnl pomi
latloti questions for ruiisldera lull,
and If possible, necure a ilutln:i
In a niiintry like Japan where tl.e
tiopulutloii Is Inrtrtislnc with itlnrni
lug raiildlty. be sold It was but nut
ii ml that tho surplus population
should try to obtain an outlet even by
resorting to arms Prom Japan's
standpoint said Mr Oxikl. the ra 'Ml
or population questions were ail'o
luiportuitl than Prrnldnnt WILion's
"Fourteen Points" as laid down for
a basis of (leriiiany's surrender
These racial questions, be said, con
rented the future lit millions of souls
Mr. Otakl warned llm Japanese not
to develop the (Jnrnian lyMeni of
statu organisation which In the prcs.
ctil war had proved to bn a 'mere m
If In itirtiM what to gltrv lr hba
a mervliandUc cerllflrni si
1-M K. K. K. HTUrtK
ltK(tVKIlS I'ltOM "IIA-
Frrd McMauus It able In be about
again after a tnvrre sir of lh Is.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
POIt HA1.K Out. besrskla rolx. twt
uew- Suo, 2 rare orlentsl ran
worth t00, run be had at a lrcln;
owner quits hollsekrepIlK It lrill
Ing Apply Herald nrarr J3-31'
roll HAI.K- llargaln r.ne nuho.
any piano, right new, worth MM;
rash price HM Phone K0M 51 -It
hrsird la coinprlon
all Record. BmtH
Kni door i'eiloBKe
HE.VLKV RKI 'IM)SS 'IO MEET
The Henley Red Cross will meet
Thursday, Dec, 20 also Thunulay
January, 2rom 10 to J jt tho Henley
MRS R. K. miADHimy, Chairman.
All barbor shops closed all day
Christmas, Open until 10 tho night
I Merchandise certificates Issued for
any amount, or any article, at
K. K. K. STORE
NEW YORK, Dec 23 A deflnltu
program calling for prompt return of
the railroad ufter tho passage of rem
edial legislation, was worked out (it
a meeting horn, of the standing com
mittee of the Association of Ilallro.nl
ExecutlvertKrriio program will bo
submitted next month to the senate
Interstate roinmorco tommlttcM, If It
I approved nt a full meeting of Ihn
association, railed here for December
Whatever the iort, it Is said, the
executive are apposed to extending
tliti period of federal toiitrnl beyond
21 months after tint signing of pence,
as piescribed by law. It Is under
stood, that, rather tli'in have tho time
extended to five yeirK ns suggested
by Director (Jonoml MfAdoo, they
would prefer return of tho roads with
out tbn proponed legislation,
A hint iiH to what form tho oxncti
tlvir think this legislation should
tul(i) Is found In tho lensoiiH they ns
erlbo for Improved conditions uffert
eil by government operation, addi
tional equipment, abolition of the
shipper's power to route IiIh own traf
fic. Iiicmnso In demiirnigo rates, de
crease In (lino allowed for loading
and unloading tars, and Mrltt super
vision of shipments",
lll'KNOH AIIIKS, Dec 23. Latest
press, dispatches from Chile report
that political circlet there see sin ill
hope In settling tho controversy with
Peru and llnllvla bv compromise. It
Is reported In Chile that Peru Intend
ed to carry the question of the pro
vinces of Ta en a and Arlcn to the
Reports fromLlma, Peru say that
18,000 nitrate workers In the dis
trict of Tirapacn bad been ordered by
Chile to return to Peru. Chilean ills
pntcbos say that tho nitrate workers
are returning volunlnrlly, after hav
ing been discharged from their posi
tions because of the present nitrate
crisis. Tho Peruvian government Is
reported to have appointed a com
mission to care for the workers.
Pi ess dispatches from Limn assurt
that aiill-Peruvllin manifestation,!,
are general thrunut northern Chile.
Krnd jour wiatl order to K. K. K.
Store for ChrUlmas goods or any
thing In Clothing ami Footwear.
Tliey guarantee satisfaction mid pay
nil postage nnd express cliurges, Otf
WHEHK'K VOUIl HUTTO.V?
Jam ul the rate of BOO tons a
month goes to France for the Hod
Cross. Our Hnldlers east most of It,
WHEUKjK VOUK IIUTTON?
WHOSE 18 IT?
Cum n to the Oregon House Hut
urday, nnq bench-legged yellow dug,
evidently raised In a flat and kept
under tho bureau; about ono yard
long from tip to tip, with part or one
tip gone; bus no vlslhlu brand;
has one log on each corner about
three Inchon long, which Just rearhim
tho ground; one wing on each side of
Its head (not usud for working pur
poies) ; answers In any name you
wish to call It; has strong liking for
red meat, which .makes It utterly Im
possible to keep It nt tho present
place. Owner can havo same by call
Gertrude & Co.,
Wc take pleasure in informing vou that
we have .secured a lease on the building
at f27 Main street, formerly occupied
by the Sugar Howl, and will move into
the nunc immediately after ChristmaH.
Our constantly increasing business has
make it imperative to have more room.
We take the opportunity to thank you
for your liberal patronage in the past,
and to assure you that nothing will be
left undone by us to merit a continuance
of the same.
Gertrude & Co.
Magnin Merchandise Orders
Are Good Any Time.
They help solve tho problem for many
busy people .especially men with but
little time to shop. They may be had in
any amount desired, and may be ap
plied on the purchase of any article
carried in the store.
Jng nt Oregon House. Will he heart
ily thanked for claiming property
and will not have to pay for this ad.
WIIEKK'W VOUIl IIUTTON?