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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1919)
The Evening Herald
.t. .M U It It A V
Published dnlly except Similar by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Kails, nt 115 Fourth street.
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MONDAY, JANUARY 1.1, WW
THK CO. I". CRITICISM
The criticism of The Herald, made
by Mr. George J- Walton, manager of
tho California-Oregon Power coni
Itvny, and which we published Satur
day evening, is notable for vhut it
does not say. Generalities under
certain circumstances are all right,
but In this instance the people of
.Klamath County want to know the
facts, and since the manager of the
power company has not seen fit to
present litem. The Herald is going to
do It for him.
What we want, at this time, par
ticularly to call attention to is the
last paragraph of Mr. Walton's 'elter.
It is as follews:
The attitude towards outside cap
ital displayed in the article referred
to, is just what has lost Klamath
county several Important enterprises
in the past, and is what is keeping
them away now ,and were it not for
th.i unusual natural advantages of
th'.f country, we would simply die of
Tho evident purpose of this last
fling is to convey to the readers of
The Herald the Impression .that this
paper is taking a position antagonis
tic to the proper development of this
county. It comes with very poor
grace from the California-Oregon
Power company. The readers of The
Herald know differently, and bona
fide enterprises will have" reason to
learn that this Is not true. There Is
not, and will not be, a more import
ant factor in tho development of this
county, than the Herald .and if the
California-Oregon Power company
will co-operate with this paper, in
stead of trying to break down Its pur
pose, It will find itself In much better
company than it has-been in for a
So far as the dam across Link Riv
er is concerned, that Is a matter that
vitally affects the entire population
of Klamath County, and The Herald
is going to take an active part in pre
senting the conditions under which
the dam is proposed and the results
that will follow its completion.. Irre
spective of the Indlvldualor corpor
ate interests that may be affected.
Jf it can be demonstrated that It is
for the best interests of the county,
wo shall do all we can to make the
people see it; if It is shown that the
dam will be an obstruction to the
development of the resources of
Klamath .then no criticism or Influ
ence, no matter how great or small,
will induce us to support it, and we
think that the representative of the
power company Is aware of that fact.
Wo feel that we are here to repre
sent tho best interests of the county.
Irrespective of any consideration,
and we are 4iot going to betray that
Tho city council is taking a sensi
ble position in the matter of future
control of any Influenza cases that
may occur iln the city. It is follow
ing tho latest and most approved
method of handling the disease
quurantlne. There has been much
sal dabout tho present stute of the
opldomtc in Klamuth Falls, and con
siderable apprehension has been
aroused by unfounded und unneces
sary gossip. Tho proposed plan of
districting tho cllty and placing each
district In the hands of a competent
oillclul will put tho situation In the
hands of tho city in a manner that
will provide an Immediate check on
all reports ,and enable tho proper
and prompt care and quarantine of
oyory case as it arises. Now let us
enforce tho quarantine regulations
Xvithoutfear or favor and In a man
ner that will compel their respect.
Ono mutter which can bo taken up
by tho new city administration, with
tho full approbation of the public, Is
tho enforcement of tho automobile
speeding ordinance. To see the ma
chines sweeping down' the pavements
lioro at nearly any hour In the day 1b
enough to bring a smile of contempt
to anyone who recollects the provi
sions of this ordinance.
Yesterday afternoon two boys, ap
parently about 16 years of oro, were
seen racing up and down Main street i
In a big machine at u rale which '
was thirty-five or forty miles an hour.'
The pavement was as slippery as u
pavement can possibly get, und there
was no sign, of a chain on any one of
the four wheels. The cr skidded
and slid around, and it was only rare
good fortune that saved the riders
from n nasty wreck. There Is u
stretch from the Central school house
to the S. P. depot that seems to be
generally regarded by drivers ns u
racing speedway, and the Oldtleld
gait which many maintain over this
half mllo would be fur more appro
priate to a race track than to city
lZllher the ordinance should be en
forced or it should be revoked.
OHKGOX llOY RELEASER
FROM MUX PRISON CAMP.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 11.
Ivor Savaloja, of Kerry. Oregon has
been released from a German prison
camp and returned to France.
PLANNING EASTERN TltlP
Mrs. A. M
Sutton exnects to leave
In the near future for
where she will visit relatives.
Blinded Fighters To
Get Special Training
BALTIMORE, Jan. 13. Seventy-
five of the 200 men of the American
fighting forces who were blinded in
the war now are being sheltered.'
treated or educated In the Red Cross
Institute for the Blind at Baltimore.
The institution has been designated
as a United States general hospital
and" is called "Evergreen". Colonel .
James Bordley. director of the l''-
stltute said that all the Americans I
blinded in the war would be brought
here for a course of training as this I
was the only training school for the ,
blind maintained by the government.)
x, ss ,h mni. r .ho i.iiH.I
He described the morale of the blind
ed men as wonderful.
The men are first treated in the,tem for jIulustrhl ,fe are trained.'
hospital, says Colonel Bordley In ajnQt merely ln si10 pra,.ticc, i,llt for'
Biuicmcui ..nc. ,..v.. kj "",
taught to use a typewriter and read ,
and write Braille raised type for!
the blind. Then they receive special '
training to develdp the sense of
"After this fundamental .hand
training, the men are given special
education to fit them for the calling)
In which they are Interested and are
IT OF JOINTS
TEI.LS RHEUMATISM KUFFKHRHR
TO KAT UKSS MEAT A.ND
Rheumatism is easier to avoid than
to euro states a well-known authority.
We are advised to dress warmly;
keep the feet dry; avoid exposure;
eat less meat, but drink plenty of
Rheumatism Is a direct result of
eating too much meat and other rich J
foods that produce uric acid which V
is absorbed into the blood. It Is the
function of the kidneys to filter this
acid from the blood and cast It out
In the urine; the pores of the skin r
are also a means of freeing the blood
of this Impurity. In damp and chilly
cold weather the skin pores are clos- j
ed thus forcing the kidneys to do
double work, they become weak and'?
sluggish and fall to eliminate the
uric acid which keeps accumulating
and circulating thru the system,'?
eventually settling In the Joints and?
muscles causing stiffness, soreness
and pun called rheumatism.
At the first twinge of rheumatism js
get from any pharmacy about f""""'?
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon- t
ful in a glass of water, and drink be-,y
fore breakfast each morning for a
week, This Is said to eliminate uric'?
acid by stimulating the kidneys to
normal action, thus riuuing mo moon
of these Impurities.
Jad Salts U Inexpensive, harmless
and Is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon Juice, combined with llth
ia and Is used with excellent results
by thousands of folks who arc sub
ject to rheumatism. Adv.
I.IITI.K SIDELIGHTS ON LOCAL IIAIVENINGs'
A.MONO THE PEOPLE OK TIIIS CITY AND VICINITY,
GOINGS AM) COMINGS OK I.OCAIi KOI.KS
V. V. Copclaml returned lust even
lug from Camp Lewis at Amoiii-.in
President I). G. Horn of the Hani;,
ot ltonnutn 1.4 In Kluumth Falls from
N". H. Greer Is hero Horn Mi-dford
for a few das. He Is a guest at the
Claude C. Thompson Is among tho
recent arrivals from lUltnrcfleld,
Glenn llurke of Itotinutn la heru.
'or a few du.s on mntte.fs of business
W. F. Ilouriougbs is In tlis eltv ,
on business from Snn Francisco, for
n short ttme. .
11 MeKenzle of Portland ami J. II.;
Ktudull of Grants Pass are registered
n the White Pelican. I
rranl' Grohs was a week end -U-
!t3r In Klamath Falls from tho Him
in Ku$teru ICInmutu
1 Co inty.
qualified successfully to follow." says
-Thus, those with Inclination an."
tne inherent ability are trained for ,
gucn occupations as stenographers. !
saIe,,mon correspondents, letail store
managers. (In connection with this''
,att , hav bpen j
areailj. made to 0,lell a clm of re.
ta, store3 earh of which will have a
um, s0dler as manager.) '
"Those with a" love of out-of-doors
nnrl itnf itril i ii 1 1 1 iiiW. " ttr nitif '
, ,,, ,,,,.,,, , , !
ilnnr tiro u 111 lio Irninml fnr pltlf-k-i.n
, , , , . . , ,
raIsit1- e-keeplng. truck gardening;
nml cm nil llbo uppimi'I t Iiitiq Tlwiso et
rv"' "" " "'
' such calibre and a mentnlitv that fits
some particular job that they can fill
aml ,n wllIcll U)eJ. w, fpe, liappy
.. .,.,. ,.,,. nu... , ,,.
ca,on an(, abmt. , T,t3 them forj
irofe.slona Mfe wm bc KllPII sllrt,
special education as will enable them'
to follow their chosen career such !
as law, massage, literature. '
-Men who know say that the blind
,an is handicapped over the sighted,
30 per cent. The men are being giv-
, en 30 per cent and more educational
; training than their sighted fellow
j workers, thereby minimizing this
"While a man Ls being prepared
for this future career, the position
for which he Is being fitted Ij being
secured. In a word, "he is helped to
help himself he Is encouraged to
equip himself to be a good citizen."
The hospital Is located upon the
large, adjoining estate- of Mr.s T.
Harrison Garrett and Richard II,
Pleasant? on tl e northern outskirts
of the city, which were loaned to the I
government by their owners. The
buildings are hidden in the midst of
trees and gardens.
THEDA BARA, in "UNDER THE YOKE"
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
"CRASHING THRU TO BERLIN"
ADMISSION: Mntl , l.'.e mid ;re. EveiiliiK, iMc nml ."iOe.
We always show two reels of comedy or other in
teresting picture with all features.
M'4 - -
HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
F. 1. Andtews Is In Klnm.it'i Falls
tor a short time fiom '.ho Modoc
l.i mber Company at Chllo'iulit.
William Woods, a well known resi
dent of tloitttnta Is looking ifdv In ti
neas Interests at the County out
It. Stevenson was nmoug the train
arilvnls hist night ft out Surrnmviito.
Ho Is n guest, at the White Pelican
S. i:. Icenblce was nnuinir tb fniin -
er ttsltors In the city Saturday nftr
noon. Ho operates a ranch In tho
Pine Grove section.
Reverend K. P. l.awrenco returned
Saturday evening from Yaies City.
Illinois, wheie he was called by thv
.sickness anil death of his moM'or.
Nate Shuudllug came In ... oo;i
iim from Mare Island, whore l. hiu
beep Identified with the l. S. Mar
It.er. He has received his discharge
an 1 may feimtit heie.
A. It. M irshnll, one of the Direc
tors of the Klamath Irrigation Dis
trlct paid a Mt to tho County seat
, Saturday afternoon from his rauc'i
In the Oletie district.
j V.. H. Hall Is expected to rRiirn to.
1 night from an extended ,-ueitlcu tilp
: In California. Mrs. Hall and Mrs.
! I. A. Mai tin who have been with him
came home last week '.Mr. Hall will
drive his car as fur as Reddliu find
j si'lp it from there.
Mr. and Mrs. Lnwionce Klnnerr tie
'(impnnled by Mr. Klnnear't motile
I left yesterday-morning for Van t'r;iz.
California, whero Mr. Kluncar will
the management of a
oitablitdimcut lie has
!,p,n employed at the Whitman Hrur,the front lines when they stopped 1
Company here for siver.t! Month. was glad for ducking bullets Is no"
"THK FAIR PRKTKXDKir
A Travesty on The Hoot 'f Berlin
"The GoUer of Berlin"
Admission 10 and -" rents
Slum Stalls 7::I0 and I): in.
"HIS KXK.MY THK LAW"
Also HnirM Putlio Xeus latest Wr
I'll lines and Current Kvcntn
Matinee 2::I0 Ktciilngs 7:.tO X. .
Admission 10 ami l cent
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Evenings, 10c and 25c.
private iioopi:u ok tiik i:.
('INKERS SAYS Hi: MAS HKKNi
CI.OSK.lt TO THK TRENCHES
THAN IIP. HOPES TO UK AGAIN
That there weie other uses for en
gineers In France, beside englneeilng
Is Indicated In a letter Just iceeled
by J. 1). Hoopffor the Midland ills j
tilct from his son. Private W. P.
Hooper of the Ametlcau engineer
Private Hooper Is now In lUdviluir.'
i nboi.i thirty miles fiom llrusstl'1
I'nfl iif ttlu l.ittiir la .iiif.l.,.1 li.ilr.v.' !
. ... . ... ..... ..i.,.-. ... .(, ..,.-.. ..,-,.... .
"We have been In llelglum over :i '
month. The Hist town no sioptied
In was Yprixs. Once upon n time It'
was a town but It Is not mi'iii now
Eteiy houso was shot down, whim
the Huns were heie the llrst time
You wanted to know how close I
hue been to the tteniiies. 1 h,i
been (loser than I want to bo again.
We started to tho front Septem
ber Atli. We went to St. Mlhlel and
M.en wrnt to the Argonti'5 wood'
Tim was a hell hole. I don't want.
to -er see that pluco aaln. ' had!
to help the Infantry. Wo are Kit-;
glneers, tint they use us as Infantry I
when they get In a close plain. The!
Germans made a counter attack tho I
fifth day on the drlto mid wo went'
over the top to stop them. Wo ran
them about one mile. The bullets j
were awfully thick for a while but I i
ot l,,r" "llrlRht l"'t """ "f "!
didn't miss mo very far. It rained
all the time we were up there and It I
was awfully muddy. - !
The H. K. and Whlsbangs Mire got '
my goat the II. B. would hit In the'
mud and throw mud all over me. .We
have had It pretty easy up here, wo
i have been In two drives In llelglum, (
I but they weren't ho hid. We were on i
1 thought there wnsnt any use tell
ing you for It would only make you
woYry and wouldn't do any good Hut
It Is all over now and 1 hope 1 will
bo homo by Spring."
rKor net Irrigation season should be
ordered now ,ln order ti get the prop
er equipment nml Insure ilrllirry In
time, at lowest os. l,et us Install
jour pumping plant.
YOCH MOTOR RIGHT
YOl'R Pt'MP RIGHT
YOUR INSTALLATION RIGHT
THAT WILL STAY RIGHT
Place jour orders with Us, nml joii
know )ou urn right. '
Good engineering nml installations
saves annual expense ,aml gives bet
ter efllcleiiry. Estimates furnished.
Till nml Main St.
Strayed to my place at Pine Grove,!
black yeurling heifer, under half crop!
In right ear, swallow fork In loft ear,
branded with overturned wluo glass
and C on left rib, It. C. Ilrolten
steln. ' i:i-3t
FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF
v ?V . - "" ' & tiff
It" ; dm ' W- -
ieaiaaii'?ayR-r.Jtot. ft rv.
Is jour watch us good
as your clothes your
automobile -your fur
niture In your homo or
ollli'M? II ought to ho
You will Und ut I'pp'x
a watch thul Is a credit
tn you - nit accurate
time keeper. liiilidNOtue
In appearance ait as
set to you In it business
and social vwi
Come In anil look at
modern watches at
I'pp's. We have a
splendid stock Prices
are tine values.
fS 00 to $75 00
Frank M. Upp
nil Main Street
Klnr Wntch Repairing
J ThHIMStorTT ,
RECKARD RENT SERYICE
Night Phone .IIS
Ladies' & Men's
MARE TO ORDER
REST OK WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are very rriikoiiablo
Your lnsHictloii liivltrit
Chas. J. Cizek
BIS Main St,
You're welcome to n calendar for
the New Year. We have a good sup-
I ply or Homely ones ami some pretty
' s, i iiucote it Mmltli.
U-BOATS ESCORTED INTO HARWICH HARBOR
IM ' .BYjnBHBBBBK 11 Vt'Aj'tlM.AJfM -i,Oi,jL"l".,iiitt (
r mmimnmm I u1 1 itun'i 7.1 'M Hi t'ri -i n -1.' - ' ' '
MONDAY. JANUARY 111, tlitti
Linn I'ornis This Side
"Wlttit imrlli'iilur form nf ItiMuiuiy
has this until developed''" iihKi., h,
visitor to tho asylum for Insnio H,
he slopped In front of a patldeil u
"Why. ho thlnliH ho ouitht to
nliiittti the kaiser." itMdhiil llie i:u,,i
"(IohIi!" oxi'talmoil Tllto vlslloi
know where you can got iihoui i n
million more like him If )ou u mi
tllUIII " ClMclUUIltl Kllllllll
It Isn't eeononi) anil It
Isn't se to lilt) till) thlli);
but the best In iliugs.
Wo lone gained the eon.
Ilileuee of our rlisloiui-i's li)
selling drugs of the highest
quallt) out). You wiiiiiut
buy any oilier klutl here,
and joii me nlwii)s safe
nml sine that nothing Iml
the best drugs III lie snld
In this store.
j. $ 2j j i i i
FRANK T. GUNTHER
I'lue Wnti h Repairing n
111! I Main Street
At I . S. It. S. ( amp near Court pluie,
six miles southeast of Ut.iiiiatli I alU.
Tilt IISDAY, JAN. Ill ,IIUI
AT I P. M,
I'tilir ears Mllli extras Tho lliilik
(uoillil make CMelleut I rinks), I
Wiiireu-Delroli Roadster , I Caller
Car, I set etlro gears fur llulik, I
set extra genr for Won en-Detroit. :t
Jacks, tl pumps, ;; sel.s tire chains, :l
lieu tires, :l, i n.eil Tires, it It I,
tl Inner lubes, new, ;ll I,
Kite horses, Inigg), wagon, drill,
mower, r.iho, eoniplelo liiiiisehnld
fiiriilshlngs, sliotgun, lent, guitar and
lernis of Sale All iiniler ?-,
'rash; nil oier H'J.l, haiildiblo note,
.slv luontlis, t I ( 1 1 o per tent liileiTsl,
I'lm per rent (llseoiint for cash.
GARTRELL .V. (U'PTILL, Ou tiers.
MERRILL Ai MOORE Aiiclloiieeis