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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1918)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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One of tlir most barbarous nut m
ikIii of warfare tlitil Mux e.r Ik--ii
wltnasiud was (liui ,iitiiiyiiil Ii) the
Turkish force In 1'i.loi.tli.i. wl.iii
thoy attempted to slop the klurlnui I
llrltltli drlvi Klinrpi'iiiul ntnti-it mt
irzil,. - K.'f-
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DEVELOPMENTS SHOW THAT THESE PRETEN
TIOUS WARRIORS HAD SUNKEN SAFETY
VAULTS FAR FROM THE DANGER OF BURST
ING SHELLS, WHICH THEY 1 IAUNTED
HI'Ai HelKluni (Correspondence
Associated Press)- Tho former head-
quarters of the knlser and his Ken
ernl staff Is disclosing miinn eilraor
dlnry ijupcr facts these days about
tho men who imnlneored the world
wnr Take for one. HlndvnburK. er
ninny's siipermnn, about whom reams
have been written, disclosing him as
a fonrless Napoleon. As it matter of
(set, he spent ureal deal of limn In
wonderfully constructed "funk
hole' 'or diiRoiK underneath the
grounds of his villa here
Spu Is so far from where halt In
lines used to be that ll wiiu almost
u day's Journey In n fast motor car to
not within sound of the M; 'tun
The kalsnr, too, had a similar huHiir,
place ut Nnubols, near a comic opera
trench system, about which he N sat. I
to have paraded for (he .beiiellt
inotloti pictures At each of their
villas then. were, delicate, eleclrlcl
i..rtr,i.eis which would s,,. in, ,,
lllllllllit UltIIIH i.in.'''. "' wit,
furious buying whenever un uirpiuiiit
.. anywhere near At tho nrsl
..und fro... this contrivance ll.u.len-
burg and the ki.lser used to run to
.holler. It Is reported. T'eopl.. who
worked ubout llludeliburg's eslnli-
llshmeiit said that he was coutliiu
ally running for cover
'GOTT MIT UNS" SCRAWLED IN WRECKED HOME
BY HUN HORDES BEFORE DRIVEN FROM CAMBRIA
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ThU Is tho llr.Ht pfiologniph rocolved In (his coiii.li) showing the oNecm or tho (ioiinui occupallon of Cam
i.r..i Af...- u,...i,,..iv ,iHirvinu thu fuinliiii.. Ill the room tho Hun wivi Lois loft u Hinnplo of their brand af
humor by scrawling on tho head of
fulr Bumple of whut occurrod ull ovor
r "VTil 'iIT M'ai1l
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link n il.e i-i'.uml .ii an unfile of
l'i derie. behind w hi' It steel hoops
itn fastened uprght llehlnd thme
illti'lii'i 'i ri dug. iin.ro stake plntit-
cil mi. I ( It '
Itur )! lr'
whole Ihii kcil
Americas represiutntUes on the
International armistice commission
ate now orupltiK llliiilotibttrR's
hendiimrlors. il thoy were mnnzed .
when the discovered this tinder-1
Kr,,unil refu: of the ureal warrior I
The entrance was thru thu dlnliiK
room Prom there u tllRhl of steps
led down to a tiled uuteroom which;
now serves as n very good pantry fori
I'rom the tiled room there was an-
other Might of stops that led down lo
the real dugout. This u blocked
l a lingo Iron door about udo Inch
In thickness, which could bu locked
from tho Inside 'only Within tt was
fastened l a double boll which
would do credit to mi Anierlcsn bank
ing ustiililUhment The dugout ttsulf
was luxuriously equipped
The emperor's dugout was similar
except that It was riiieii deeper un-
er Rroiinu. umi mere were iw en-
Iri'iictw. one Ihrd tho villa and the
"H.or from the ground-- The main
enirnnto was from the house, mid lod
-low., , long ...gl.t of step,.
Another touch to the puiuro was
...Hied today when a Uoriimn resilient
of l l..ih..pp.lle told tho corro-
npnmlent of the A Hoc'aied Press ttiul
Hie ctowu prince -pent tlrlmillV nil
M ' me in .hiiiimiu. m
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I ho l'l. "Hott Mil I'iik." Tin. .loJtniotlou vi ought
tlio city before, tho InvniUus weie dilvon out.
THE BABIES IN i
l'i).,IO Ii. i VJ Daylight hiiv.
in-' Willi.- II llll-HN'tli; t(l 111041 POpll,
ii ii i iii to . hlldrou Tlmy nwoku
ill I Ii" hiiiiim i mn hut bucaiisii tho mm
wan shilling nt Im'iI llmo, wero ullow-t-d
to nil up mi extra hour, according
"ii Dr llrlieti Young, director of tho
lluliy llyirli'iiii Association.
on- or I wo hoiirH- sleep Pr clay
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win lo .'i by children iliirltu: the day-
I Hiit Havinc Nrhi'iltilc. huIiI Dr. Youiik
in ii riTcnt report on ililld inviitnl
il wlopmpHl to Dr !'.iiKtii Kolloy,
ii iiinilniilonor of tlm Htnto board of
Hlnp is of vital Importuned In
tmlii'x rmitliiit .iiml comet Hccond
iml to fiji-itlm;," di'claru Dr. YoutiR.
'Tu new -liorn Infant Hlui-pn most of
Hip lliiw, ) out of tint 24 bourn; at
mU moutliH, Hi to 2U hours; und at
om iar. Z to 10 bourn.
' Children nbould tukit an after
noon nap until attcndaiico at school
iiiiilo-H It liiipoiHlblf A child may
inn aluuys hIim-p, but should havu
I his pi-rlod of ri'iit and quiet, orcti
tbn ii a aUf SIci-plvsHiiuHs Is usually
ilui' to too miirb physical or mmitul
WILLIAM J. BRYAN
AGAIN BOBBING UP
N A.slllNtiTUN. l C, Due. 30
William Ji'iinliiK llryin, hero ns
lsiliiK in purKliiK of tlio Duniocrntlc
I .m and thi lluilnntlon of all Wall
nini-t ami plutocratic connections,
w..iiti. th.' resolutions, adoptod at the
It.ltiuiorii lotiM'iitlon, burrinc Del
iiionl, It an and associate from the
p&rn. enforced In the lutlor, and such
men ns llnruch nnd similar loaders
iillmlnated In order to end the domin
Ion of tl e solid South and Wall s(roe(.
He ,ni( ),nd many conferences hero
with nnrfpKinen nnd senators, and
Id for the nomination of Champ Clnrk
m some other Western man for presl-
omit In 1U20 Many of Drynn'
friends were defeitcd for tho noxt
rnHnrers and they nro bcltiR lr
si 'in ted when they come homo, to
if range for an nutt-Wall street and
Mil Smith romblnntlon of tho Demo.
"Jc I'-'r'J In r.'-o
PERSHING GRATEFUL j
XA tup Y M C A '
IU mt i m. u. a. ,
PARIS. Dec 30 (leneral Pershing
lias sent the following message to K.
C Cailer, M-rrctury of tho Y. M. C. A.
on no .une, ,e.. ex,.e.m.u,i.ii, .,..
"With a deep feeling of gratitude
f the enormous contribution which
the M t A has mado to the moral
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and ploslc ..I welfare of im America
Huy nil .ank.s Join me In so 1 ng:
ou Cbilstma, g.ee.lngs and cordial
v-Hnes for the new e..t I
War Saving Stamps earn Interest
r ii miii on Sundays and holidays.
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It .- M.M.mO?IUPvtWtVftMt.vyfe
In this houso Is a
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SOUTH MIEHIGA STc'i
15 HLTInJED !g;
(.' OMi, I
H' i -i it t.n jf.n turd
Imvo liirrvaicil their n
and other Kouth AtmrPar. countries
by more then 1(10 per mt sltno tl
beginning of tlio war, according l'i
J. V. Hanger. Trailo Commissioner of
ttit! Uiillmt BlntM Government Ilur-
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mcrcc, who recently returned from a
Hitiwy of th': imtsliiosH opportuniiicn
Houth of tlio utuntot.
'IiiukIiio ten lars" stores In urn
bU city and onu of thei-c stores dojni;
in or.- busltiL'SK than nil tbi ottuir nine
couiblned," dcclarod Mr SniiKor, "and
(lint will kIvi- you soini' Idi'a of tho
pcltlon arc In lodaj It Is n (
uuiazliiK ri-cord. V nri- now hi'IIIiik.
South American countries more than
half of fivurythiiiK they Import Our
total export trade Is now Minuted lb
billions of dollars "
The Commissioner Mild thai "with
the islRtilllK of a peaie trcity a
pinctlcal lertiilnty within six months
or a yinr. It Ik not a da too soon to
begin making definite plans to meet
the keen competition In foreign trade'
tbnt must tome almost ImmedlJtely
The hundreds of millions of dollais
Invested In new factories and ships.
h. said, mean that Amerli.i mtist find
fresh outlets for her enterprUe am'
"Vu need more and better direct
loprereiitatlon of our manufacturers
In the Important trade (enters of
llrnzll and othei South American
countries" he said. "This may come
about thru taking the fullest ndv ul
lage of tho new Webb Kxport Trade
Act or In other pructlcal ways.
"We also need a fast and regular
f i eight service to every Important
port of Latin America," said Mr. San
ger. "Without It we will be as crip
pled ns a department store that de
pends upon casual messenger boys to
mako Its deliveries. Then ngaln we)
must be prepared to meet the actual
needs of these countries regarding
tho extension of credits.
"Tho biggest single incentive to
foreign trade Is foreign Investments
I'nfortuna'toly our holdings In South
America nro practically negligible.
In a short time our Immense surplus
c-pltol will seek Investment llrazll
In pattlcular. needs this capital and
will pay us handsomely for It
Ifnu- nmni- eennln In till L'llltd
Stilte3 know tbnt "r.izll ulone is
IntRor than sll the I'nlted States; vet.
ep))t fQr ts tlilnly seUlcd roaijt llia,
U prnctlcnlly untoucled? It U one
1 of tho richest countries In the world
j and Is destined to dewlap along simi
lar lines to our own country In the
j post hundred onis. It bus everv
'natural resou-ce tint we hud nnd. In
j addition others Hint nature did not
p.lvo us. Our talking machines, type-
vrllters, sewing much ties, safe-vi
J , ,ltllmlo of otVl. Am.
JM t0i,uv u , , to
,nko Just us well known the thous-j
onds of other products tbnt we innke i
nnd tbnt thev need JuM as much "
To accomplish this, Mr. Singer slid i
It was necessary for Amoilcan muuu-j
fniiurers to ndvoiiUze their goods
"down, there " In South America
he suld advertising methods aro crude
nnd much as they were In the I'nlted
States 30 or more years ago.
"Wo hnve scarcely even begun to
me this power, this piomotor of salo.
and good will, In South Amotion."
continued Mr Sanger. "I have un
mistakable, evidence, that tho people
of that country respond nniatlngly
oven to the crude foims of advert!-In-;
"lluonos Aires, the cnpitol of Ar
gentina, has splendid newspnpois
with circulations ranging around
lliO.OOO dally. Brazilian dnllle.s have
piovon excellont mediums for udvor
thing. "Tho biggest (hing that could hap
per to advertising down there would
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un tor uroau-gaugeu au.viiw.ii ""J l''i
iI..Im A trt Inl.i Minen liitai'nal 111
UtlUlK II., . "" v- ...
It Tltoso counirios nwim mo siruiu-
Iu of American advertising genius
jprcperly adjusted to moot their needs.
But lot tho American advertising men
put this In their note hooks, hpnnisu
is tno inngungo oi an nuun. iuuu.
oxcopt iirazu, wnoro rortugueso ia
Broken, Brazilians mo otfouded If
you wrlto or speak to them In Span
ish " ,
(let n standiii'il
Cl.lloolo & 8mllhn
Thirty-two thousand school chil -
dren In tho schools of 1'nrls were ro -
coivlng rogular lunches from tho Hod
Cross during tho pist year.
BUY A THRIFT STAMI" TODAY,
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Says Huns Bombarded jHUNS DREW VICTORY
Three Hundrey Churches' PICTURE TOO SOON
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The III. Itev Eugene Louis Jullen. i
bishop of Arras, now In the I'nlti-d
the IIutiH not only de
stroyed his cjlhedrul. but bombard-
i ud 300 churches In his diocese iti
Bl)ll(l ra8CS t)u! U0IU!, ,y which they
mlu up the churches were so timed
Hut crowds In the
edlfiies were in
LAST CHANCE NOW
TO BUY W. S. S.
PORTLAND, Dec. 30 W. S. S.
Pjle3 were swelled by the suggestion
tbnt War Savings Stamps should be
substituted for cash as Christmas
P'tscnts. Reports received at tho
slate W. S S. headquarters this morn
ing showed that the W. S. S. Invest
ments aggregated December 24, $74,
731. The average for previous days
ot lie month had been In the neigh
borhood of $25,000.
The total of reported salei, accord
ing to tho latest report Is S1G.00S.
90S for the statu as a whole. The
str.te's quota Is 317.233,740. The
shortage, accordingly is $1,214,772
Tl-eie remain but two diys to com
plete the quota. Thousands of pledges
nindo last June if kept, would put the
sltte over and prevent defeat In the
only patriotic cauie In which the state
hat: not mide to date, a 100 per cent
The purpose or tire National War
Savings committee Is to create an
army of savors who will by saving, re
lease labor and materials for the use
of the government in the war, and
who will lend their savings to tho
government t prosecute the war.
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" W MrP HPT
L K . L U L. I
I J U I S L. I U fiU I
n P "TRlfT P S I 1
14 ft I I I i If L 1111 I
ID THE SILTS
SAYS IIAt'UAl hi: is SICX YOL"
iiavi: iu-:n imtixu too
When you wake up with backacho
and dull miser) in the kldtte roglun
it gonerallj moans ou have been eat
ing too much meat, says a well known1
authority. Meat forms uric acid1 ,voracn uio, immediately uporf arising
which overworks tho kidneys In tholrj,,, tho morning. drink a glass ot real
effort to filter It from the blood and Lot W!,ter with a teaspoonftfl ot lime
thoy become sort of paralyzed and! .nn ni,nanhnt in it. This Is a very
loggy. When your kidneys get slUB -
gish and dog you must relievo thorn,
llko jou relievo your bowols; remov-
lug nil tho body's urinous waste, elso
you huvo luekuchc, sick lieadncho,
dizzy spells! your stfom.ich sours,
touguo Is coaled, mid wholi tho wea
ther Is bad yoli have rheymntlc twin
gos. Tho urinv Is cloudy, full of sod
often ft soro, water
cilllla .,J y0l;
tiro oillged to seek
.. . . i .,,.. ,,,..,.. ,ho
, mhor conbitliln god. reliable phy
.BjcInn at 01K,e or
from your phar-
ouuees of Jad
Salts; take u tab
opoouful In a glass.
of water beforo
ibfoakfast for a few
duys mul your kl
noya will then act
fine. This fumoii
salts Is nuulo from
the ntid ofwrapos and lomon Juice,
comhiueii with lithln, mid has boon
from tho used for generations to clean and stl-,2-1
mulnto sluggish kidneys, also to nou-
Itrulize acids In tho urino so It no
1 longer irritates .thus ondltig bladder
I Jud Sails Is a life haver for regular
, urt eators. It is ino-vponslvo. enn-
nut iujuro nnd makes n delightful,
oft'orvoscout Itthlft-wutor drink.
I LONDON, (Correspondence of the
I Associated Press) One of the treaq
i ured possesions of the Ilrltl.sh Ad
miralty Is a Oerrnan drawing show
; Ing a U-boat In the Thames before
! I.cndon with the famous Inscription
' Ks Kommt eln Tag" (There corner
J tt day) It was obtained bv a rncrn
1 ber of the Admiralty Intelligence
' from a source and by a method which
'Biltlsh nuvil officers are illll keep
The picture shows a Ixindon sky
lino alth the houses of Parliament
land the dome of St. Paul's cathedral,
i In the foreground Is the German sub
marine flying a large Imperial en
jslpn On the conning tower are three
Js'llors facing tho Bky-llne with their
j clenched fistt menacingly raised
I above their heads On the deck It
'opothcr sailor In the same pose.
! One line under the picture Is "Un-.
, tersecboot vor London" (Submarine
! before London) to which the officer
' vho got tl.e picture could not re
j fraln from adding "Ich denke nlcht".
I (I don't think). It Is announced the
', picture, Inscriptions and all but with'
'the Imperial ensign replaced by the.
I Drltlsh white ensign will be reprodu
ced and furnished to any newspaper
tint desires to publish It
i NOIJODY CAN' TELL 1VHEN TOO
I IIARKK.V GRAY. FADED HAIR
WITH SAGE TEA
Grandmother kept ber hair beautl.
I fully darkened, glossy and attractive
. with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair took onhat dull,
, faded or streaked appearance, this
! simple mixture was applid with won
j derful effect. By asking at any drug
I 'tore for "Wyeth's Sae and Sulphur
Compound,' ycu wllyget a large bot-
! tie of this old-time recipe. Improved
by the. addition o other Ingredients',
all realy to usefor about 50 cent.
re can be depended
upon ti restore natural color and
beauty lo thehair.
A well knwo downtown druggist
ays eelybiy uses Wyeths Sage and
mpound now because It1
darkens V' naturally and evenly that
nobody cUi tell tt has been applied
it't- so eas to use, too. You simply
.Inmpen a comb or soft brush and I
draw It through your holr, taking one'
strand at a time. By morning the!
t;ra Imlr disappears, utter another
M pitcatlon or two, It Is restored to lta
I n:'tural " ""! '"a ' foft I
! '"J beautlfu This preparation Is a
I (leiiguiiui lonet requisue. u is uui
nteuded for the cure, mitigation or,
reVeiillnn of disease. Adv.
Get the Habit of
Drinking Hot Water
Says we can't look or feel right
with the system full
Millions of folks bathe internally
now instead of loading their system
with dtugs. "What's an inside bath?"
you say. Well, It is a guaranteed to per
form miracles if you could believe
theso hot water enthusiasts.
There are vast numbers of men and
esceiient hlth measure, t Is intend-!
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en to uusn lae siomucii, .per, n.aucjo
mil tho thirtA feet of intestines ot the
previous day'alwaste, sotfr bile and In
Jlgostlble matWial lefy over In the
body which if nit ellmlrated every day
becomes fond for tho millions ot bac
teria which Inlcsts the bowels, the
quick lesult Isl poldons and toxins
which are then ubsotBed Into the blood
. musing headachl. bllous attacks, foul
In oath, bad taste! colds, stomach trou
ble, kidney misery sleeplessness, Im
pure blood nnd all sorts of ailments.
Peoplo who feel good one day and
b.idly the next, but who simply can
not get feeling right aro urged to ob-
tain a auarter pound of limestone pbos
plmte at tho drug store. This will coat
very little, but Is sufficient to make
anyone a real crank on the subject ot
Just as soap and hot water act on
the skin, cleansing, aweotenlng and
fieshenlng. so limestone phosphate
and hot wilier not on tho stomach,
liver, kidneys anr bowols. It Is vastly
nioio Important to bathe on the Inside,
than on the optslde, because the skin
pores do not absorb impurities Into the
blood, while the bowel pores doAdv,
It ln't ecuriorn) nnrt It
Isn't wise to buy nntlilnc
but the hiMt In drubs.
UV hale gall
lldence of our
and jou iire :iluii)s afo
ami surethat notbiiig but
thelbcs drugs nil I be sold
Wv-, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON mSl
' Tl Qlf
FRANK T. GUftiTHER
FlneWafch Bepalrlng a
228 Mala Street.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned was on November 30, 1918
duly appointed administrator of the
estate ot Alma O. Ellis, deceased, by
the County Court ot the State ot Ora-
pnn fnr V Inmntti Pnnntv ami .11 nMTm
gons naTng cultms against said es
tate are required to present same,
properly verified, to said adminis
trator at the office of the Klamath
County Abstract Co., Klamath Falls,
. n,r.n urlthtn bIt tnnnthe frim tla
dntB of this notice.
Dated December 2, 1918. .
BERT E. WITHROW. I
Administrator of the Estate ot Alma
O. Ellis, Deceased. 2-9-10-23-30'
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Says Cream Applied In
I Relieves Head-Colds at Wnee.
1,1 I nil Mil I liilll
If your nostrils are (logged and
! vnnr hp.nH fc RtnffnH nail vnil p.an't
breathe freely becauseof a cold or
catarrh, Just' get, a sfnall bottle ot
Ely's Cream Balm atany drug store.
Apply a little ot th fragrant, anti
septic cream into our nostrils and
let it penetrate thrp every air passage
ot your head, sothing and healing
the Inflamed! swollen mucous mem
brane and yojfet Instant relief.
Ah! bow good it feels. Your nos
trils are open, your head is clear, -no
more hawking, snuffling, blowing!
I no more headache, dryness or strug
gling for breath. Ely's Cream Balm
is Just what sufferers from head
colds and catarrh need. It's a do
JOHN C. CLEGHORN
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
Money to IImu on real estate at
H per ceut. f
DR. F. R.'GODd'aRD
Osteopathic I'hyslrlun Jt ,.Surge .
Suite SI), I. oo. K. Tempi
(over K k K. Store)
Phone 3U1 . . JRw. lnone, 2MR
(The only Osteopathic Phyil
clan and tWgeon tln Klamath
IllXKARD IlKOT HKRVICK
Night I'lione 315
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