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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1919)
ITK.NDAV, JAM'AHV Ul, Hun
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
n Republic grateful to Its gallant de
fenders. To nxnll ourself of this
protection, you must keopip your
present Insurance. Carry back with
j on to civil life, as nn aid nndW as
tet, the rontlnued Insurance protec
URGED TO KEEP
tion of the United Stnhvs Ooern
IN LAST LOAN
Hold on to Uncle Sam's Insurance.
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TRIAL OF ALBERS
Soldiers and Sailors of
Approximately four million offi
cers and men of the Army and Nny
arc now Insured with the United
States Government for a grand total
of almost thirty-seven billion dollars.
You owe It to yourself and to your
family to hold on to Uncle Sam's In
surance. It Is the strongest, safest,
and cheapest life Insuranco ever writ
ten. For your protection Uncle Sam has
PORTLAND, JAN 21 The trl-il
of Henry Albers, wealthy Portland
m'lVr, who Is charged with 'ol-:lon
of the espionage act, proba'. ly will
eoue before the federal court, lonor
io Albers has Introduced many
technicalities In an attempt to avoid
trial, only to have them all overruled
demurrer, a request fo oi.tlnu-
establlshed the greatest life lnsur-) Afcc , afUM. ,he war nm, a roIjn
anco company In the world a com- ,At a materJa, wltnM, wa8 mtssIls.
jmu ns UHK111.V, s Bi-neruus, ami as, f ,,, j,f. ,.., rill l,.n nnfori.l
Klamath County contributed $511,
000 to the grand total of $.tS,:ibi,
SS'i of the Fourth Liberty Loan In
Oregon. The number of Aiibscrtbori
In the county was 3,521. The over
subscription was 26.13 per cent.
Tl'cso figures have Just been receiv
ed from State Hcadqu.tr:nr3. Tho.
official compilations do not show the J
quoia oi non-uanKing centers.
lit the nowspners outsido of Port
land ST,S4 column inenei of spate
was used In paid and free publicity
in aid of the Loan,
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democratic as the United States Gov.
crnment Itself. Just as Uncle Sam- ,Albcrs ,mlst s,an,, lrln, .. savs
protected you and jour loved ones UllUet, 8u,M Di8trlct Attorney linn
during the war, so he stands ready eJ. e wm come berllT a ,lry ol
to continue this protection thru the" MlnotICt honest mcn und ,10 ,v; bc
days of readjustment and peace. J;,jKed on his proved arti6ns alone.
The privilege of continuing your
Government Insurance Is a valuable
right given to you as' part of the com
pensation for your heroic and tri
umphant services. If you permit the
Insurance to lapse, you lose that right
and you will never bc able to regain
It. But if you keep up your present
pn more, no less."
Six or seven counts appour in the
iudictment against Albers A max!
n'um penalty of 20 years" Imprison
ent and $20,000 fine may le assessed
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insurance by the regular payment j
of premiums you will be able to 'UNDER FOUR FLAGS
change it Into a standard Govern-' .. TPMPI F TrnAV
ment policy without medical examln-' A EJVUr L.E. IKJUAl
ation. Meantime you "can keep up,
your present Insurance at substant
ially the same low rate. The Govern-! Tho bl& war Dict,,rc "l-'nUcr Four
ment will write ordinary life insur- vla&" whlch wns shown at the Slar
ance. twenty-payment life, endow- last n'eht was scheduled for Merrill
lor exmoiiion ioaay. oui owing 10 me
ment maturing at age 62, and other
usual forms of Insurance. This will
fact that the town hag closed the
be Government insurances-at Gov- Tntre, this picture will be shown
at the Temple for the benefit of the
COUNCIL SHOWS CAL'TIOV IV
CHANTING PKIUIITS TO OPKK.
ATI: PLACKS OF THIS MM).
(JOOD CIIAIIACTKIl Nl'( I.SSAHY
Granting of license' for roo uliitC
bouses, occupied a considerable part
of the time of the City Council at its
regular meeting at the Council
Chamber last evening.
Members of the Council evidenced
a greater dslrc than has been appar-
nt heretofore In the granting of these
prmits and a large part of the appli
cants were requested by City Attor
ney, Groesbeck in behalf of the Coun
cil to furnisr reference as to their,
moral character before the pemit
was granted. Those who had been In I
Reductions at this time, when many of the most staple lines are no longer to be found in the market at
any price; raw cotton is advancing in price; no signs of lower wages to mill operatives; stocks held by job
bers practically exhausted under these conditions , there is no hope for lower prices at the mill for a month
to come. All things considered, it would seem advisable to anticipate, one's household needs for at least
six months ahead. '
36-inch Heavy bleached Muslin. Special . ..17l4c
36-inch Fine weave Muslin. Special 23c
36-inch Bleached Hope Muslin. Special .. . 27c
36-inch Fine bleached Cambric. Special .. . 23c
'W-inch Fine Bleached Nainsook. Special .. 23r.
36-inch Fine bleached Berkly 60. Special 29c
36-inch Fine bleached Wamsutta. Special . 40c
36x42 Pijlow Cases, each. Special 23c
36x42 Pillow Cases, Weaiwell. Special 39c
72x90 Bleached Seamed Sheets. Special .... $1.09
81x90 Fine bleached Sheets, no seam . . $1.85
The United Stales Govprnmpnt scho1 children and otners who UId .;:. .
thro the Bureau of War Risk Insur- ot an Pprtun'ty t0 s,ee, 'l bc'lwere generally known to be unque-
rice of the Treasury Department-
will safeguard you and your loved
ories with the spirit and purpose of
fore. It will be Bhown at the re
gular Temple prices.
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tlonable, were not asked for refer
ence. The following were among the li
censes Issued: E. B. Hall for White
Pelican Hotel and Hotel Hall. M. L.
Poland, 'It. P. Curtis for American
House, Mrs. J. M. Ricord for Metro
politan Hotel, J. C Beardsley, Ge'brge
Reed for Reed Rooming House and
Welton Rooming House, Fred Noel
for Ewauna House, American Hotel
Annex, A. A. Davis for the Country
Club, Edd Smith for house at 1019
1021 Main, John Slade for House
between 10th and 11th on Main, Dick
Vandergeer for Holland House, Miss
Maude Baldwin for Baldwin Hotel,
Fred Grennon for Oneida Rooming
House, William Barnes for the Hous
ton Hotel, H. Thlede for the Under
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FOR BETTER ROADS
I OUR STORE HAS
I BEEN THOROUGH-
LY CLEANED AND
BBBBI i I
25 dozen Turkish Towels, 15x33 19c
15 dozen Turkish Towels, 19x38 45c
25 dozen Huck Towels .assorted sizes 23c
10 dozen full size Bed Spreads. Special $2.35
5 dozen full size Bed Spreads, extra heavy,
Special . $3.45
12 dozen line white Cotton Batts. Special . 25c
72x90 Wool Batts (not all wool). Special $2.50
36-inch Victoria Comfort Challies. Special 25c
J. & P. Coats Spool Cotton. Special 5c
4S-inch Best grade Table Oilcloth 40c
6 dozen Large size Cotton Blankets, assorted
The Woman's Store
H. N. MOE, Prop.
WE COMPLY WITH
THE BOARD OF
No Food, Wooden Shoes,
As He Quit Hun Prison
WE ARE SELLING PIANOS
Not Just Offering Pianos for Sale
One look at the clean, ney, classy instruments
and prices shows why they sell.
Earl Shepherd Co.,
Next Door to Postoffice
"Oregon For Every Community;
Every Community For Oregon."
That's what the recently organized Chamber of Com
merce stands for. It will co-operate in tho Interest of
each locality to the betterment ol that community par
ticularly und the entire state generally.
Tho First National Bunk will lend ITS full co-opera-i.
K. H. IteamcM, 1 'resident.
L. F, WUleU, Vice-President.
Leslie Rogers, Ca!iler.
A. M. Collier, Asst. Cashier.
Join, M. Moore, At. Cashier.
PENDLETON, Or., Jan. 21 IV
atllla County has taken a lorn; step
forward toward the goal of ;;ood '
roads whqn a meeting of repr.r.enl'i
tlve citizens from every community i
J in the county and from farmers and ,
commercial organizations Indorsed.!
without a single dissenting voice, a i
program of road-building for the ncxti
two years calling for the expenditure
of over XI, 500,000. ' j
The meeting wag called by the
County Court, which had mapped out
a progrom specifying the road.s to bci
improved and the amounts to be '
spent on each. j
No such harmonious meeting was
ever held In the history of the coun
ty. It was voted to circulate at once
j petitions calling for an election on
I road bonds for Sl.500,000, which Is1
I the limit for this county, and tho
I court was authorized to name an exe
' entire committee to conduct an edit
, catlonal campaign. Highway Com
, missioned Thopson was present and
'assured the meeting of an equitable
amount of state aid. The meeting j
gave him a vote of confidence and
will request his reappointment.
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. I.KAVKS OX HUBIXKSS
4 4Gi i&,. U '.fit - r
- WAR PROFITEERING
Intermediate grades of Don-
1.000 potindB Tho proflir wo
rVTDCMCiMTimvrv "ecurcd It bought say. sugar from
CAIKtrvit. IIN iUKNbl Austria or (lurmuny at a shilling or
j so a pound, and sold It nt two or
' threo hundred limes Its vnlue, mak.
LONDON Jan 'JO Piofltocrlug inK nu.000 pound or more on a
uas carried to surli an extreme In single consignment of modest dluicn-
Turkcy iliiruiK the war Hint, In the
j no inienucuiaie graues or lion- opinion of a special representative
nnza school met Thursdny morning of thu Hrltlsh pruss at Constantinople
and organized a Student Body ulth
Miss Audrey M. Lewis aitlng as utmlr
' man and the following of fliers were
, elected: Preildont, Klslo Hueck, Vice
President, Joy Ilurkhart, Treasurer,
Mllliurn Murke, Yell Leader, llnue
Houston, Assistant Veil Leader, (en
Maxwell. The name "llomiuza I'lnn
Intermediate Student I tody" was
i Thu motion was made, seconded
and carried out that wu havu our col
ors green and brown to represent
the plno tree and also that wo meet
I once a week on Friday. After a few'
I more business transactions the meet.
' Ing was adjourned. The nuw off hers
I will bc Installed Friday. !
I Arthur Hamaker, who sas quite
III with the Spanish Influenza for
. the past weok Is Improving quite
' Itopoits hau tyecn received from
.thorto Hiibpocned on the P. V Hold
trial being held In "ortlimd and that
they think the trial will last for some
j In tho Student Daily It wns decided
that tho Klghth grade should send In
news Horns for tl c Kvcniug Herald,
, from Honanza.
It passuj comprehension how people),
managed to llw Writing from Con
stantlliople, lie . I
"Thom Is no doubt that Turkey
during the war was largely the pluy.
thing of Liner I'ahhn, Tnliiut Pasha,'
and their baud of i-atellltes. They ro-'
durocl the country to a stici of whole-,
sale corruption rumarkablo for Turk-1
oy, and In iiiiuuhIiik ilclies tlienmelve.r
allowed economic conditions to tin
come a nightmare,
"Nowhuro else In tho whole, urea
of the war Imvii tho prlrus of coin-)
modlties appioaclied anything like
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ItlOHT ItlllXK HANK.
(Ily Aiorlntecl lrii).
AMKTKIIMAM, Jun, 21.- Tim com
mander or tho neutral zone earl of
thu Ithlne in the region of DuUlieru .
Klirnlsh Pnusla, announces that nl
lied troops will occupy thu harbors
und landing places on the right buttle
'! the Ithlne. Dulsberg will l"j cm
cupled by two comiaulos of troop-.
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the heights known hero. Tho right ' ,'"?. "" J. ""'
" wimiui ii niiuiT oiin iii i i
to uce a railway wag on waH sold fnr'.Mnln street
This picture Is proof of Germany's
brutality In her treatment of prison
ers of war. Holoased by tho Huns,
this Drltish Tommy from North Htuf-
forcjshlro was started out without
Mr, H. K. Hanger, representing I food to find his way to tho frontier
Wellman Peck wholesale grocer? of as host ho could. Although the
ue First National Bank I
Han Francisco left on this morning's
train for Red Hluff for a ton dovi
trip in the Interests of his company.
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Through an error on the part of
Tho Herald, the admission prices for
ithn Tflmntn Tllaatnr Ivan laat nVAtllnrv
jiUoted as being 10 and 25 cents.
I This was a mistake. No chango has
(been made In tho prices of admission
to this popular picture show. They
still are, and will continue to be, 10
.and 15 cents.
j We sell tho famous line of Klrken;
dull Mission Shoes for boy.c. Modern
Shoe Store, 727 Main street, exclusive
weather was cold, ho hud no under
clothing and was forced to wear
wooden shoes on his socklcss feet.
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CAM) OK THANKS
Tho spirits of linnanni school aro
very high at prosont, for today, Mr
Daniels and Horace Danlul.s came ami
helped tlio school boys raise the flag
polo after which, flag-raising took
place and tho school took part In giv
ing tho Flag Salute and singing "Tlio
Star Spangled llanncr."
Tho Nth giado comes to school on
Saturday morning to study under tint
Instruction of MIhh Audrey M. l.nu'lv
i Slnco his denarturo for Portland.
I wish to oxpross my heartfelt we all miss Mr. W. WooiIb very much
thanks to the good people, who so mit ,ls tQV,'wmtM i mBB hm lho
kindly and gonerously aided mo dur- , . .. , nwnkonlnc nt nv
ing tho illness and after tho death of ",osl "'""' , ,,n "WH0" ny
by clear husband. Bach and every tlmo of tho ",Bllt onn ra" ,lcar hlm
one has my deepest gratitude, lon'osomoly howling for his mastor.
MI18. MINNI CALLKN. i Try Wpllmans Fruit Salud at John
What Is It Worth
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY,
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FOIt HUNT Furnished upartmont; i See Clillcote a Hmltli for Arc, life,
steam heat, olectrle rango. Phono accident and health Insuruiicc, Otia
216R, Call 110 N. Oth stroot. 22-5t Maiu street. 24 I
Have the rips sewed and the buttons kept on
your children's shpes as long as they last. We
do it free of charge on all the children's shoes
Buy your children's shoes from us. We have
a large line to select from and carry only the
Your dollars will go farthest at this store.
THE MODERN SHOE STORE
GEO. T. BRADLEY, Mgr. 727 Main St