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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1919)
MUNMV. JANMKV a). "
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Use of Jewelry
Is An Art
Tim rfriirt, not tlm val
ue l wlml coiintH, A
Well CllOHKll brooch
iuIiIn Mimirtn'H In u
continue A MrlliK of
ponm glnrlfltm fair
hivu of hUIii. Iluciim-
Iiik ''ar buttim "r
ilropN cnhuuee III"
charm 't l""""y '""
lurt'M, A liiimUiPiiii'
rlMK ciniitmiiUcn lint
lummy f " wo" '""i"
,., linn'il. I'PP'n Jwwnl
r) iIoIIkIiIn wtimtm
win) uiulnrriliiiul tint
art of unlriK Jmvidry.
II In himutlful In itit
kIkii umt color, worthy
In quality, nnil tint ton
rout ly In prlcn.
lor tilrtliilny iirimcnlH
II In wltlioot an iiinl.
llrooclii'K. fl lo fit),
Itlnim I3.no to $26.
Kur hutloiiN $1 to I"
Pendant 1 1.60 to 160.
Frank M. Upp
nil Main Mtrwl
Finn Watch Repairing
Big Spruce Equipment
To Be Auctioned Off
TEN MILLION DOLLAR EQUIPMENT, SOME OF
WHICH HAS NEVER BEEN USED, IS TO BE DIS
POSED OF SOON SUDDEN TERMINATION OF
WAR RENDERS IT USELESS TO GOVERNMENT
letiiriiliii: to tint puoplu of tlilx conn
try tlio large sum which had been
In vontucJ thru this Government agen
cy for riocc-wary wur equipment arid
which Ih now no longer inquired for
thut put pom;.
And no, iih It lutiii' Into being me.
thodlailly. systematically, thu United
BtuliM HpriK.ii Corporation will, us
hooii iih poiHllilc In- dhmolved. Thus
Will III! flOHI'd Oil!.' Of till! inoBt pic-
UirHiiio i;liu ptiTH in tlit entire world
At the Theaters
COME Oil 111
"Pa" Philip, Who Helped
Transport 110,000 Troops
Ti.. HALLMARK s.oc
JKWH ANK PALESTINE
AH A IIO.MKI.AM.
MEXICO CITY. Jan. 20.- JowLh
rmldrntt of l lie cupltnl riccntly rnb.
led n reUit In I'rcnldiint Wlliton
that liv prtiicnt at thn I'ciiro Confer
rncc (livlr dcntniiilN for n free and
Independent I'almtlnn uk homeland
(or tln Jew. Ttuy nlmi Iticlndi'd ti
tpquot that hit tier hi Influence to
prevent pogrom tlmt have occurred
In the old province or Aii(rlii-lliin-Krr
PORTLAND. J.in. 211 I'ioIiii! '
I !" onlv org mlriiilnu In Hi- t'tii: .
K'.nii., pilvuie or public, .ihlch him
Cier iliiveloped fioiu nothln., to Iia
liriH.ti.l xtiitliH Ih I lie I'nll.il Sliit'C
Hprucn I'loduclloii Coipoiutlou.
which, wHIiln Hutu more lliiui ii year
watt Imlll up lo ii concern with ci'ilp-
iii.-ni tiiiui'M in , I ,MjirliMiir.
With I'orllunil iih lilx limlitiiirtei
llrlgliillitr-tlclieinl lit Ice I1 Dlinitie.
It comiuiiiidliiK. orrii'er, Mini i!k xtnff
developed (lie coiporiillou lino one of j
the iiiiml ri'ltitirluihlc in tun of defmmel
III the whuln wur machine. In uildl-j
(loll lo lln llllllcrllil eilllii'llt. I lie
orKanUutlon nuiiiolled more Hum I
1 .1(1.111)1) men
And now lliul the wur U over, HiIh
IiIk oiKitnltiitlou'N work Li fliilMhcd.i
no far iih Mprtlce proiliu tlon In cou-i
reriied, mid the corporation will xoon '
illimolve h roitliiutlcally an II enme
'Into eilHleuci! when II una ciniiteil
for n upeclflc inirpo.11, ami began Itm
rum in kali le career ;
All Of the equipment, folirtlntlUK of
eVerythlui; decennary to the opeiatlon
of a liiKglng camp, railroad, or uw
mill, U to bo Mild Hid are being!
received nl headiiuurterx In the Yeon i
bulldliiK, I'oitlund, and will he re-j
reived up to and Including rcbruaryi
Material and equipment, iiiuch of
It never having been lined becaiiKe of
inn Kiiiiiicii termtnatititi en t tic war.
I In DtoriiKD at the corporation' IiIk
cut-up mill lu Vancouver. Wash., and
Itiny he (impeded by thone iutcicMcil
upon proper ceitiricatlou from the
ImllcallotiN point to lively bldilltlK
on the equipment, ax ulrcad iiiiiu
licrx of luopoxatx have been received
at heailqtiailiiM II ix ri'iturded h)
l)ioi In author'lty iih a very oppor
tune time to dlxpoxe of the couipon
cnl p.'iitu of ihu IiIk war machine, ow.
ItiK to tin fact thin larKu HiIiikh ariti
expeitcil in he uiidei taken hooii lu a
iciotixrtictlon way tlnoiiKhoiil the'
Willi i hit whole world In line for
lililillnc, ll Ih anticipated that the
openlni? of propox:ilx will reveal etior
iiioiih liitcifit n t It Ih, the larKext mile
evei put on by I'ncli! Sam. ,
lu Hie conduct of the .Spruce Pro
duction Corporation nothing wiih
ni'Klecteil that would add efficiency
to I he iindertakliiK. All of the cqiilp-i
uieiil for the operatlomi thrtiout the
elillie Northwcxl wax of the boxt
fpe and all conxtriictlon work wax
done In the moxt thoro manner to
aiiompllHli the end In view and In
all i'1'pllcahlcio commercial uxex.
licatiKc of t It Ih and the further,
fari thai al all tlmcH the commanding'
i. fliicr ItiHlmcil upon the hext of cnte
heliiK taken of all the material and
e;i.'.. merit, n U now In xpleudld con
Ah may eaxlly be aurmlxed, the
wiik ol prcparluK for n .sale of till
kind etitiillx ituillexH, detailed and
lialuvtakliiK labor. VurloiiH bourdx,
t. at iml for the purpoxu by (leneral
tiUoue, have benn eiiRaited for Home
titii" In arranging It Into catalogued
foi in and checking up on every angle
nf l he corporation uxtetiHlvc pro
lirtlex preparatory to the final dis
posal It wax little realized by the gen
eral public during the war that hiicIi
ii rfiguutlc machine, had been Imlll up.
Modern iiiIIIh were couHtTitctcd, tlio
liitct pattern machinery Inxtallcil;)
uill.'oadrt were liullt Into the forextH
the I.Ugext kind of llilng.i were done i
and all within, a very few montlix.
The rale by Healed bldx decided
upon b) (ieuenl MlHque and IiIh xtnff j
vita adopted iih the bext meniiH of
UcKlnnlng with tho great Allied
conference at VcrsallloH, which end
ed with tho ntductlon of General Fo-.-h
no the getiL-rallxHlnio of the Allied
nriulex, Imtnedlutely after tho great
Oeruiun drive In March. "Under Four
Flngn," the third United States of
ficial wur feature plume. iHHiied by
the Ulvldlon of Flltnx of the Commit
tee on Public Information, currleo the
Htory thru tho dnrk daya of the Hun
advance to the turning of the tide
of wur on tho Manic at Chateau
Thierry, and then Into the glorious
ilayn leading up to the German ud
mlHRlon of a need for peace. It In
tho moxt comprehensive motion pic
ture of the war that ban been Ik.uiciI,
for the reason that It Ih not confined
to the activities of the American army
but also visualizes tho splendid hero
ism of our allies In the war
"Under Four Flags," which Is
being distributed by the World Film
Corporation will be seen at the Star
Theatre tonight and It will give those'
who see it a now view of the raagnl-l
tude and tremendous scope of the
IPlliisiri h Wzlipi''f$'$tk
Herald's Classified Advs.
ORGANS $8.00, $10.00. $16.00, etc.
Shepherd's Piano Sale. 20t-f
Explained at Lat
From the way be ran out of Ger
many w e know now why the kafserln
never called William up at night to
look for burglars. Grand Ilaplds
PAKM FOR SALE OR RENT Call
on Schubert, next poatofflce. IRt
WANTED To rent furnished ranch:
can give good references. Inquire
.at H2S Oregon avenue. 18-3t
EWES FOR' SALE 700 head, 2 to 6
years old; will lamb In April; bred
to coarse bucks. Hugh Falvey, Mer
rill. Ore. 17-6t
FOR SALE Juniper posts, at the
Edmonds Lumber Co. mill; good,
large 7-foot posts. H, H. Edmonds,
813 Lincoln. Phone 251R. 17-3t
FOR RENT Single outside offlca .
room; light, heat, hot and cold
water. Inquire W. H. North, room
219, Odd Fellows building. 17-tf
FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
corner Third and Main 20-2t
1 It looks as If repalredncss were
' going to cost Germany more than
I preparedness did. Columbus Ohio
1 State Journal.
TRUCK FOR SALE New. Phone
FOR SALE Crown organ, worth!
$125; will trado tor a $50 Liberty
Bend. 904 Main street. 18-4t I
-"- -i-i"iiiii-ii-ij-u-ui. ,
ARTHUR. E. PHILIP
After having dodged a dozen U
boots'. torpedoes, Chief Engineer Ar
thur K. Phillip of the Empress or
llrllaln hns the record of having help
ed to transport 110,000 troop while
traveling 174,000 miles, This took
him to every part of the world dur
ing ti Ih more then four years of war
service. Philip, who was personally
decorated by King George, is senldr
chief engineer of tho Southern Pacific
fleet, lie Is known by his fellow offi
cers ut "Pa." The Empress of Drltaln
Iiiih been bringing wounded soldiers
back to the United States.
Mammoth Navy Yard
Now at Philadelphia
Get ii Mnniliirri policy from tlio
Clillcotc &. .Smith ngency. 24
WAR . 11: PARTM EN T
SPRUGE PRODUCTION GOKPORATION
Sealed Bide Will Be Received on the Following Equipment
from January 15, 1919, up to 1 1 A. M. February 15, 1919
Logging, Hoisting and leading
Smith & Wutson,
Sliea ranging from
Ott-ln. x 10-ln.
I to j
18-ln. x 14-ln. ' '
A. C Electric Motors
440-volt, a-phuae, 00-cycle,
3 to 75 H. P., with or
20-lb. Now ..,
' " .:.'l",rAy
45-lb. Reluyer 499 Tona
C4-lb. Reluyer GO Tona
C0-lb. New 2581 Tons
C7H-lb. Now "030 Tens:
BO-lb. Now -91 'i'oni
Geared nnd Hod, HO to 70-Ton.
Shays, New Yorks, Huldwlus, '
llelslcia, Climax, etc.
Connected niitl (lisconnectcd,
00,000 to 80,000 capacity.
Packards, IVi to 5-Ton
Standards, Hi to 5-Ton
Darts, Hi -Ton Donbys, 2-Ton
Seldens, 2-Ton Vellea, Hi -Ton
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 20. The
Philadelphia navy yard has been
greatly expanded during the war.
Nearly $20,000,000 has been ap
propriated for the task of making the
yard an Ideal establishment for war
ship purposes. The building of the
enormous drydock, 1,064 feet long
and 210 feet wide, will absorb $5,
000,000 of this sum. It will accom
modate the largest ship afloat, and
will be so constructed as to accom
modate two ships at one time.
Two new ways, 900 feet long, for
building battleships, a large struc
tural machine shop and pattern and
machine shops will cost another $3,
000,000. It Is expected that within
a few months tho first two buttle
cruisers of the now navy will be un
der construction on tho new ways.
Since the war began the naval air
craft building has been completed at
;a cost of $5,000,000, and when the
armistice was declared airplanes from
this factory said to equal the largest
and most powerful In the world, were
being turned out.
There are at present 10,000 civil
ian workers employed, with a dally
payroll of $51,000. Before the war
2,500 workmen were there.
DR. a A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Trunx
Suit 200, I. O. O. F. Bldg
Office phone 80J
Res Phone 80M
LoomU Bldg., Klamath Falls
See Chlleote A Smith for fire, life,
accident and health Insurance. 633
Main street. ,24
FIXAL ACCOUNT FILED
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Klamath County
In the Matter of the Estate of Fred
erick Melhase, Deceased.
Notice 1b hereby given that the ad
ministrator of the above estate has
filed his final account herein, and
that February 8th, 1919, at the hour
of 10 o'clock a ,m. of said day, at the
county court room In the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, has been
fixed by said court as the time and
place for hearing objections to such
account and the settlement tkereof.
Dated the 6th day of January, 1919.
NOTICE OF SALEfUNDEB CHAT
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of the terms of a chattel
i mortgage, made and executed by B. P.
Short, mortgagor, to the First Na
tional Bank of Klamath. Falls, Ore
gon, mortgagee, a sale will be had
and held of the following described
personal property, to-wlt:
Twenty-nine head of mares,
geldings and colts, and one stal
lion. Said sale to take place upon the 25th
day of January, A. D. 1919, at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at the H.,F.
Phillips ranch, about ten miles south
of Klamath Falls, Oregon. All sales
to be for cash in hand, and delivery
of property purchased to bo made Im
mediately after said sale.
First National Bank of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, Mortgagee.
Crlsler & Stilts bldg, 7th & Main.
CITY AXD COUNTY ABSTRACT
Money to loan on real estate at
8 per cent.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician It Sargtoa
Suite 811, I. 0. O. F. Tempi
(over K. K. K. Store)
Phone 321 . .
(The only Osteopathic Physi
cian and Surgeon In Klamatk
m ULU Htblflt
TO DARKEN IR
Chicago Judge Elected to
Head Jewish Congress
SAYS EXCESS OF HYDROCHLORIC
ACID IS CAUSE OF INDIGESTION
.SAGE TEA AND SULPHUR. TURNS
GRAY, FADED HAIR DARK i
AND GLOSSY. !
AUo OTHER MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
For Terim, Full Informutlon unil Descriptive Ctttulojfue of
Equipment, AtlUresa All Inquiries to the
Spruce Production Corporation
Yeou Bullillnur, Portland, Oregon
nffit (FPs?wS-fiLfe J
Almost overyono knows that Sage
(Tea nnd Sulphur, properly com-
Ipo'.ir.ded, brings back tho natural
color nnd lustre to the hair whon
fudod, streaked or gray, Years ago
i the only way to get this mixture wna
to make It ut home, wulcn Ii mussy
Nowadays we simply ask at any !
drug store for "Wyoth'a Sage and
Sulphur Compaund." Yo-i -wilt get
n large bottlo of this old-tlmo reclprt
Unproved by the addition of othnr In
gredients, at very little cost. ICvory.
body uses this preparation now, bo-
'uubo no one can possibly toll lutti
you darkened your hair, as It does
It m naturally and evenly. You
dampen a sponge or soft brush with
It and draw this thru your hair, Ink-
Ing one small strand at n time by
morning tho gray hair disappears,
mid after another application or two
your hair becomes beautifully dark,
thick and glossy ;u d you look years
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JUPCC JULIAN MACK.
Judge Julian V. Mack of Chicago
was elected president of tUe first Jew
ish congress, which has been in ses
sion In Philadelphia. He was the
choice of 400 delegates from all parts
of the United States. All the leading
Jewish organizations wero represent
ed nt tho congress, the aim of which
Is to collate all the alms of the Jews,
organized and unorganized.
A well-known authority states that
stomach troubln and indigestion are
nearly always due to acidity add
stomach and r.U. as most folks be
lieve, from a la-'k of digestive Juices.
Ho state? tlmt -m excess of hydroch
loric acid In toe Momnch retards dl-
..... ,.,..,. r,il fi mentation.
Ithon our iuvIj sour like garbage In
' n can. formlnt acrid flulde and gases
1 which infla'.o the stomach like a toy
i balloon. V then set that heavy,
lumpy feeling In the chest, we eruc-
tato sour food, belch gas. or have
heartburn, flatulence, waterbrash or
He tells us to lay aside all diges
tive aids and Instead, get from any
... .. in, nitnrnj of Jad Salts
and tako a tablespoonful In a glass
of water before breakfast while It la
effervescing, and furthermore, to
continue this for one week. While
relief follows the first dose. It Is im
portant to neutralize tho acidity, re
move the gas-making mass, start tne
liver, stimulate tho kidneys the kld
neys nnd thus promote a free flow oi
pure digestive Juices.
Jud Salts is Inexpensive and w
made from the acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with 1 thla and
sodium phosphate This harmless
baits Is used by thousands of people
for stomach trouble with excellent re