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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Don't Be Without Good Woolen Wear-
And Warm Foot Wear this kind of weather we still have a fine assort
ment of Patrick Mackinaws and woolen wear to show you Topnotch and Gold
Seal Rubbers-Felts-Pacs- they cost no more than the ordinary kinds and are
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guaranteed to give wear and satisfaction.
Kuppenheimer clothes Knox HatsNettleton Shoes-Dutchess Trousers.
K. K. K. STORE
Community Minus Sugar
More Than Two Years
ARCHANGEL, (Correspondence of
the Associated Press). A trawler
loaded with American food has just
poked Its way thru the dangerous,
reef-dotted waters of the White Ses
along the shores of the Kola penin
sula and brought relief to the in
habitants who were, in many in
stances, actually starving. In one
village the residents had had no sug
ar for two years.
The trawler, in charge of Captain
D. O. Lively of San FrancLsca. an
officer In the American Red Cross,
returned to Archangel yesterday,
after an adventurous ten days cruise,
i 'The people living in the villages
,and we saw among them many bemtl
"Tho ice is already filling the riv
ers and tho Arctic winter will be on
quickly. We have left them enough
food to last them tliruout the winter,
i At Tetranl 'there had been no ship
.In two years. They had eaten the'
j last food of any sort except fish two
i veks before our supplies reached
1 them. Sorao of the men were too
weak to carry n small sack of barley.
"The entire coast line has been
Local Red Cross
.. Activities .'.
REPLY MADE TO
along the shores of the peninsula are 8W'ept by influenza, which has taken
Russians, of a blonde, probably an-, terrible toll because they wero ab
clent Scandanavlan type." Captain 'solutely without medicine. Atponol,'
Lively told the correspondent. "They """"e our ship had to leave quickly
live in almost perfect communal state ' to escape the ice. thirty persons died
Those present nt the uwl:g mom,
Thursday Jan. 3, were Mesdanios
1 M Smith, O. D. llurko. 1. E. Sin
I'v.tn Miss (iladys Pltcha-
Frldtty, J.ui 10, Mestlitme-- (!n.
Humphrey, S. T. Sumtnoi , 1). M.
Smith. O I), lltirke, M S. Sargent.
K. T lllgginson, (1. B. Mitchell, L.
K. Sullivan, Miss (llail)s Pitcher.
Saturday, Jan. 11 Mesditmes Aus
tin llayilen, Claude Davis, O. I)
ilurke, I.. B. Sullivan.
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but there is no Bolshevism among
them. Altogether, there are about
bIx thousand Inhabitants In the port
of the peninsula, mostly living In the
TiUage of Umba. Kuxoman, Tetranl,
Tehapan and Ponol. To the north
of them are the Laplanders, but these
people are of a pure European type
In a week out of a total population
of three hundred. They also have '
had much scurvy.
All along the coast we were hailed
as 'Saviors of Russia,' The poople
here think Just that that America
, will save Russia from all its troubles"
The members of the Woman'
Christian Temperance I'nlon will
hold their regular meeting Tuesday,
Jan. 14th at 2 :tn p. m , at the home
of Mrs. B. J Hoyil. 331 Tenth Street.
Members are urged to be present.
All nr cordially Invited
tlou for tho privileges and benefits
, they seek to acquire The liindtt at
present under Irrigation on the Klum.
jath Pioject require about 1200 se
I riuid feet of water during tlie Irriga
tion season. The 'California,' Oregon
'Power Co., expert In Use 1,100 se-
i cond feet of water derived from I lie
I Klnmnth project re.erolr. I'm
waterusors pay $1.2. for opentlon
Whcrem, the I tilled Stales pursu 'etiecliilly upon tho basis named
mi I tn tlie Haiti lie In lit now engaged ' It Ik neither necessary nr denlratiin
In tlie ret'laiiiiitluii mid Irrigation of In raise the level of the In It it In order
lillds I) lug III tlie slate til Oregon to reclaim the III II mil laud nlimuilid
mid in the State of California, In the lug It There In tin Justification
vlrinlM of Klamath Palls. Oroguii. j wIiiiImmt fur the emit nut untile l.
knunu its the Kliiiiiatli Project ami the Pulled .States with the rmiipiiii
wheicns. mi act ut the l.eglsliitme The California-Oregon Power mm
of the State of Oregon approved Jan pan) Hlmulit rninpete mi nil mm
20, l'.lO.'i (Chap. : (leneral l.uws nf footing with an other legttliiinii.
Oregon 1H05, CM authorlted ami 'company ftir'tlin furnishing nf pmwr
empowered tlie I'nlteil States In nw. to gnvirtiliieut reclamation unlu
er the water lnel nf t'pper Khimith They nr any other company should
Lake. Klamath County. Oregon, and puy for the water received troin Un
to ue any putt or all nf tie lied nf reservoir nf the Klamath prnj-t
said lake for the storage tit w iter, In upon the same basis that the Irrlgu
toiiueUInn with the operation nf lr-' Hon farmer pit)s for witter to Irrlrute
rg.itlnu and reclamation tuudiit'teil )ij crop.
1.) the Iterlamatlnn Senile nf the T1 ,,,, Brralll!lliwil ,,,
Cnlled States, and. I,,, m,r C0IMlmliy , rK, ,
Whereas the company has uttered as much nr mure witter than Is lined
and maintenance per acre per ear In '
! addition to the ) early construction to construct a diuii ut or near the to Irrigate the entire llrst, second mid
charge Installments Tl-e 1,100 . outlet nf the lake for the purpnse nf third units nf the Kliiinutli project
,1-ond foot delivered at the turbines regulating the level nf the lake In ( .,.,,,, f(((w1K , , ,,., ,,
at Copco, .opresont 11.000 electrlr-,1 , Mich miiniinr iw may lie deemed - ,ir,mtlIu ,ulr ,limK r , ,. ,
that ure ami will lie directly atlecled
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horsepower. Therefore who Is re- vlsaliln by the luted States fnr pur-
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ce.v.ng uin greatest neneni : , .- ...,... .,, ,.,,.. . ,.- ,(J. t(( ,.,,, f , ,,. , ,
, i no proposal to rnnsir.itt ;.. nine, laimn. nm.es ...... ... ..... nl,..e ... . . .n Htlmutftl lf.0 noil
lucres of itiarsh land HurruuuillulK the
When the State of Oregon granted lake ;ll.!t00 acres under the present
this lal.i) to the t'nltcd States It was gravity rituals nf the llrst, second
evidently considered that the fulled and third units: 20.00U arres future
States contemplated lowering lim rerlaiiuttlnn In Tulo Lake; 33 :,!,
level with the object of reclaiming ncrps from pumping systems receiv
lands of the project. ' II would ho lug water from present canals; r.l
dllllciilt to touslruu the act so us to (100 acres lower iniirsh lauds A
permit a public service corporation to total of 3 1 l.nfiii acres,
use tho lake as a power reservoir,' II V. UltADIII'ltV
f1 W W KilOummia, i I
Having bought out the interests of C. F. Shep-
herd of Ashland, Ore., I am reducing my stock
of pianos to secure cash.
I will place these instruments on sale begin
ning January 18th, and will continue bona fide
reductions for fourteen days only.
This is an unusual opportunity for anyone
considering the purchase of a piano in the next
three years, as our firm has always opposed hav
ing sales, believing it a fairer plan to price all
pianos as low as possible, but my urgent need of
cash makes this sale advisable.
Shepherd Piano Depot
EARL SHEPHERD CO., v
Next Door to Postoffhe.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGOX
of dike, thereby reclaiming '.10,000
acres of hind upon the shore of tho
I'ppcr I.akn is pure propaganda It
would require miuy such dikes to
protect the greut tracts of swamp
t land thut would he affected by rills
tig l!.e water Uvel f feu', above Her
nial aH proposed. In addition to this
who Is to strengthen the dikes and
protect the lands from seepage, that
have boon reclaimed by privi t-nii'
' Reference Is made that the nr
' rnrigomentH with tho government (iu'
j mlttlng the construction of the liwn
i nt tho head of Link River, has matin
I It possible to Irrigate thousands of
I acres of land above the present can
als, by virtue of a ery low rato for
power. Is It not possible Hurt the
'present Irrigation District Law which
' made the organization of these units
' feasable would havo provided means
of furnishing power? Ail Is tlu
j power furnished at a low rale' I'ntlur
tho arrangement mentioned tho Pow
ler Comnany enlovs tho tisd or resttr
t . . . . . .
volrs and power canals which tost
Hcveinl hundred thousand dollars and
for which these same lands that
would receive these rates for power,
must help to pity.
It may be well ut this time lo run.
jslder the enabling parngmpliH nf
tho contract between this ('tilted
States and the California Ojcgon
Power Co. Omitting tho preamble
In part referring to the Iteclauntlon
Act of 1902.
LB.WB roll ASIIL.WI)
Mis, I. I). Applegale. her sister,
Mrs. Chillies I'ulmaii, and Mrs, C B
Poll, who have been heie since tnu
burial of Captain Apploguto, left this
morning for their homes in A.siiliinil.
They, wero accompanied by V, O.
The regulur meeting of tho Bastom
Star will lift held tomorrow evening. '
Tho now officers for tho coming yo'iri
will be Instulldd, and refreshments'
served, Visitors aro cordially Invited ,
Mil in , JMPi3gin
VHF &,yj,y-, jj&j
Owing to the high cost of tho (I'm,
"Crashing Thru to Merlin," which is
coming to tho Liberty theater to-
morrow and Wednesday nlgut, tho,
munagomunt has boon obliged ralnn
, tho 'prices to 15c and 36c for tho
'matinee In tho afternoon, and 25c i
und BOc for tho evening. This iin-J
iiuuiiLument. is maun bo mill inn pill)
Your attention is directed to the remarkable
offerings made in our Shoe Department.
Most every woman knows the merit of Queen
Quality Shoes. They know that at regular prices
Queen Quality is the logical shoe to buy. Why
even consider any other shoe?
QUEEN QUALITY SHOES
$ 4.00 Queen Quality Shoes $3.15
$5 50 Queen Quality Shoes $4.45
$ (5.50 Queen Quality Shoes $5.15
$ 7.50 Queen Quality Shoes $5.85
.$ 0.00 Queen Quality Shoes $7.85
$10.00 Queen Quality Shoes $8.35
$12.50 Queen Quality Shoes $9.85
Special reduced prices on Men's, Boys' and
Clearance Sale Prices on Hosiery, Corsets, Un
derwear, Coats, Suits, and many other wanted
lines of merchandise.
lie will not
bo confUBod with tho
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Ily colored womun, cook-1
ing or work us maid in prlvuto1
fumlly or boarding house, Phono
500 yards Dress Ginghams, at 27c per yd.
1,000 yards White Outing Flannel 24c per yd.
500 yards Wool Serges 80c per yd.
J. F. Maguire Co.