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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1919)
MONDAY, JANIIAUY , Itllli
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WHEN MEN SEE THE DIFFERENCE THEY PAY THE DIFFERENCE
We are Speaking of NETTLETON Shoes Don't Have "Cold Feet"
THEY ARE THE BEST, AND THE WORLD KNOWS
IT. THE INITIAL COST IS A LITTLE MORE, BUT
YOU WILL FIND THEY ARE THE CHEAPEST IN THE
END. KNOW THE COMFORT AND SATISFACTION
OF WEARING A PAIR OF AMERICA'S BEST SHOES.
WE HAVE THE LAST YOU LIKE. NETTLETON'S
ARE THE BEST WALKOVERS A CLOSE SECOND.
WE HAVE THEM BOTH. SOLE AGENTS IN TOWN.
IF YOU WISH TO AVOID SICKNESS IN THESE
TRYING TIMES KEEP YOUR FEET DRY. WE HAVE
THE RUBBERS THAT WILL DO IT. WE HANDLE
ONLY THE GUARANTEED KIND. SATISFACTION
OR A NEW PAIR. WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF RUB-
BER FOOTWEAR, AND CAN GIVE YOU WHAT YOU
NEED. DON'T PUT IT OFF ANY LONGED.
Leading Clothers K. K. K. STORE Leading Hatters
FOOD CANNERS OPEN
MEETING IN CHICAGO
0. 1. C. WILL
BEST H. G: L
At the Theaters
CHICAGO, Jan. 20. World food
needs and after-the-war business op-1
poriuniues win occupy leaaers 01 me
great Industries of producing, can
ning, preserving and distributing
food products to America and other
countries .at a joint convention which!
opened here today.
The National Canners' Association,)
Canning Machinery and Supplies, the
National Canned Foods and Dried)
Fruit Brokers, and the National
Pickle Packers Association meet co-j
Incidentally for discussions that will'
continue for four days. I
, The food men will take up from ail i
angles vital questions dealing with I
production, distribution, sources of
material, labor, cost systems and oth-
er problems of a financial nature. i
Experts from government depart
ments. Including the department of
agriculture, the food administration,'
the public health service and the
army and nary bureaus, will speak at
the sessions. The whole range of
scientific and practical phases of
handling food will be covered in the
broad program for a score of sec
There will be the tomato, the
baked bean, the pea, the molasses,
the milk, the corn, the fruit and the
kraut divisions. In addition there
will be a home economics section con
ducted on broader lines than In past
FRENCH STEAMER SINKS
FIVE HUNDRED LOST.
ROME, Jan. 20. The French
steamer Chaproi has struck a floating
mine iir-the Straits of Messina, sink
ing in a few minutes. Five hundred
passengers, mostly Greeks, Serbians
and Russians, have been drowned.
Another steamer saved 150 of those
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Our price are talking, our intru
ments are talking for us, and the
number of deliveries show that it's
not all talk, but that the people arc
How anyone Mho is thinking of
purchasing a piano in the next three
jears can fail to investigate our sale
is beyond our comprehension. We
not only offer jou a substantial re
duction, but save you the War IJax,
which goes on February 1st, and lasts
It is a pleasure to show you our
EARL SHEPHERD CO.,
Next Door to Postoffice
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallls, Jan. 20. A new or
ganization is being perfected at the
Oregon Agricultural College, the pur
pose of which Is to provido for the
fraternities, sororities and clubs a
'centralized plan of buying food, fuel
and equipment. The organization
will be known as the Co-Operative
Managers of the Oregon Agricultural
(College, and will be controlled by a
board of directors, five chosen from
the group of managers representing
jthe various organizations on the
j campus and one faculty advisor. The
directors will be elected annually.
and will have charge of purchasing
supplies for the entire group.
The organization has grown from
the feasibility of buying fuel and
foodstuffs in wholesale quantities at
much lower rates than could be ob
tained by the single club. At the pres
ent time, 25 societies have joined the
Allan Manning of Vancouver,
Wash., Is at the head of the organ
ization, and the articles of incorpora
tion are being prepared by Esther
Shea, George Schwartz (Portland),
Irene Curtis (Salem) and Ben Nich
ols (Glendale, Calif.).
"Toys of Fate!" What are any of
us, except toys of fnto That's whnt
a man says when ho is "blue." when
things will not go right whou des
tiny itself scorns to balk him In every
Iff foil. But, as Browning says.;
I "Sometimes tlio worst turns the
best to the brave
l i no quick moments ai i-nu.
Dearest Public :
Tlinuka very much tor jour tltuuly
Itlght this (lay 1 alt) roIiik tn out
three lovely meal, ami lt'n alt 't.itine
you woro no good to mi
Wo huvu still Home lovely ilia
motuls. Ono for $400, ami It's u
dream. Just like oi perfect hi (iv
Say, Mary, you llttlo puddle of
i love, you land thin "bird" whllo the
landing Is good, and you ran fclilo
; track the heart work. If )ou want to,
. but got this ring
I Cnv linvn fili out tlitit rrti nit lull
tl'11 aU I . ....... It I ...111. f '" jw ft"- ! ! JJ
, cu, .ui is mn j .1 . j,'M your birth sloiin You'd better
Azah. the fabclnatlng gypsy princess , ,,ut )t ,, or you ain't goln' to li.tvn
In "Toys of Fate," In which the great, any luck
Russian artiste, Nazlmova, stars., A "tlKKor" Is something one bus,
i When thcro seems to be no way out.; regardless of weather or ruliilhe
-when misery has taken possession -.f een T'a't'tao
of .her soul, then comfort with Its, w ROt a ,()t of Hluft w ttlllU ,,,
, healing power revives and refreshes, setl. and It Will pay to sun us.
and 16vc gladdens her. j If your watch Is taken with the.
"Toys of Fate" Is vivid, vital, dra-'"Josnyou" D"K nnl " l'ck l"Ppcth
matlc. It Is the story of a child of " w cun ur ol.I gold for you
brought Into contact ltli'wnit
the ways or civilization. Azali sur.t Vo lovo you. and you iMii't liulp
fers, rejoices and In the end finds yourself, und please do our best for
baDDlness and heart's desire. Thoi us and wo II Uo the samu by you.
AT NEW MOVIE HOUSE
Following the change in the own
ership of the Liberty Theatre, many
new improvements have been made,
and theso will tend towards the
health tnd comfort of the patrons of
this amusement house. The one great
difficulty, that of properly heating
the downstairs, has been overcome
by the laying of a new floor. Two
pound deadening felt and another
floor on top of the old one, with a
dead air space in between, will re
move one of the chief troubles. In
addition a decided change has been
made In the beating equipment and
the new management is positive that
there will be no furthr Inconvenience
from this cause. Particular attention
has been given to the question of ven
tilation, and this is declared to be
The new management Is going to
pay particular attention to the child,
ren of the city, and manifests his de
sire for their attendance by stating
that all children will be admitted free
"hen accompanied by a parent with a
twenty-cent admission ticket. A
special rate of ten cents will be In
effect at all time for the little ones.
Tlio theatre will be cleaned and
fumigated every night.
NOTICE TO CREDITO RH
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned was, on January 18, 1919,
by the County Court of Klamath
County, Oregon, appointed adminis
tratrix of the estate of William G.
Tallman, deceased, and all persons
having claims against said estate
are requeste dto present same to
said administratrix at the law of
fires of R. C. Groesbeck, Klamath
Falls, Oregon, within six months
from the date of this notice.
Dated, January 20, 1919,
Administratrix of the Estate of Wil
liam Q, Tallman, Deceased,
Btar Is at her best In "Toys of Fate" n
brilliant companion-piece to "Rcvela.
tlon." At the Liberty tonight.
Mcllnttan, at 60S .Main street.
UNDER FOUR FLAGS
IS BIG WAR FILM; 77
' Klamath County News
fU- -.. l.-v Can
it.c .....,,.:,... , ...I- Uv. j ocorgo K Furber spent Monday In
Theatre feels fortunate to secure thoj Klamath Falls.
big war film, "Under Four Flags",
which will be shown at that house
tbl evening. Like America's An
swer, a short time ago, this film Is
pin.entcd by the Committee of Pub
lic Information of which George Creel
Ij Chairman and the pictures shown
arc thnso officially pronounced genu,
itie by the Government, The Gor
mnns last drlvo and the Allies Victor
ious reaction is cleverly visualized
ic this story.
Miss Veta Totter and Miss Clara
Klrkpatrick visited the .Midland
School Tuesday afternoon. i
Mr. and Mts, !co, K. Hurler spent
Saturday afternoon at the J. I) Hoop
Mr and Mrs, James Jury returned
from California Wednesday where
they have been vfhltlnK for the (mkI
Mr Clyde Barks wus in Midland
Thursday from IiIh home at Merrill, .
SgTWade'AHL. .' XV'lWI U
gPGuoUne Wood Saw' 'rW'J I
The Wad Gasoline
Drag Saw U mak
intf money for hun
dreds ol farmers
Is a big time
1918 Model-4 H. P. Engine
'v Jim fs ( h
This Wonderful Invention Does
Ten Times the Work of Two
Men in the Woods
The WADE it mide of the beit material throughout in4
the wbol mschine ii comtructed for hsid work In the woodi
practically never feti out of order, and it alWfcyi ready (or uie.
The huiky little 4 H. P. Engine on the WADptfairly huini the
6 foot iai through your toubeat lojf. (Larger aaw bladci on
pecial order )
One man can move the WADE along the log while two
men easily move it from log to log. Weigha only 285 poundi com
plete. The WADE la cipecially low in upkeep cott and Caroline
used the tank holds two gallona (enough to cut 16 to 20 cordi).
It la the cheapest, easiest, fastest way for you to saw your logs.
Come in and see the WADE work also get our free book
let "HOW DAN ROSS SAWS 40 CORDS A DAY"
Baldwin Hardware Co.
"The Home of Quality"
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
TONIGHT AND TUESDAY
The Great Nazimova
"TOYS OF FATE"
Seven Reel Super-Production
"THE FAR-FLUNG BATTLE LINE"
Harold Lloyd Comedy
"TRAITORS WITHIN OUR GATES"
Big State-Right Production
"Riders of the Purple Sage"
Admission 10c and 20c
A (hilil n-iiiiiiiaiiled by par
ent admitted tree tilth a 'Me
Till Theater ntm irirrl)
United anil Ventilated.
Kuiiiiunleil every night
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myXl 1HE wax-wrapped
m&&l with WRICLEV'S ,
IIPW upon It lt a wap
J antee of quality.
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rWTlT?h. um factor,e ,n thc : J 111
mWtfl&wms world -the largest ' I
HMS?ggW selling gum In thc 1
& R$MJx wor,d: th,t te wh,t 1
Jr!MmWikK WRlCLEVS means. '
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