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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MTl HDAV,.IANCAHV U.1, Kill)
The Evening Herald
K. J. M U It It A V
Published dally except Sunday by
The Herald Publishing Company of1
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth street
Entered at tliu postolllco at Klnm-,
in nll8, uro., tor transmission luru
tho malls as second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mail to any
address In tho United States:
HUN TONGUE IS r
i mi mil mm 11 rr ij
111 V LVVHUfLL ,
LITTLE SlDKI.IOIir.S ON LOCAL MAI 1'ENINflS
AMOM! THE PEOPLE OF THIS CITY AND VICINITY.
liOINC.S AND COMIVUS OK I.OCAIi FOLKS
Urcnnun left fm
W. E. Ualloy was a passenror this
MILWAUKEE. Wis. Jan. 2 n-ornlifi; for IHirris.
One year $5.00 j The teaching of the German langmge
l;i Milwaukee grade schools may du-
nipcsr entirely when tho new sow-J
Ono month BO i
.Mis Kred .Mills has returned from
visit iu Portlnnd.
Member of the Associated Pros i
The Associated Press Is exclusively
i os'.er bgins in February. In onl one'
' C 0. llurk Is a county sent vislu r
entitled to tho use for republication
of all news dispatches credited to it
nr t.nt nthnru-tft.? rr.illtii1 In this n.1
per, and also local ncwi published I t!on of the school board abolishing
srbool In the city now Is Oerii'iin be
ing taught and under tho rosol't
rom llonntiza today.
T. (lodsll Is iu tho e:y on mi.t-
tor-, of buslnc? from laik?u'w
AH rights of republication of spc-i
clal dispatches herein uro also re-j
SATURDAY, JANUARY 2.1, 11U0
A WISH SCCOESTION
The Herald Is in receipt of the fol
lowing letter, and its contents are so
full of good ideas that we wish to
commend It specially to the attention
of tho water users of the county and
to all other interests generally. The
farming lands, of this county com
prise the real backbone of Klamath,
and the more we do to promote the
welfare and Interests of the farmer
the more we do for ourselves. Spe
cial attention should be paid to the
things the farmers have to sell and
the home markets should be open to
them at all times in preference to any
other, for evers dollar paid to the
farmer, directly or indirectly, stays
right here and helps every citizen of
The matter of organization of the
various irrigation districts Into a fed
eration is a splendid suggestion. The
old rule of "in union there is
strength" applies with equal force to
such an organization as this. Few of
us realize the great possibilities that
lie in the full development of the irri
gated lands of the county. The esti
mate of 500,000 acres is no exaggera
tion. Every interest in the county
should join hands with the water
users in bringing every acre of this
land under cultivation at the earliest
The letter follews:
The most important question of the
hour Is conservation and develop
ment of the natural resources of the
county. It is Imperative that the
country provide homes and work for
the returning soldiers and. those who
have been engaged in war Industries.
The United States government and
every state and community in the
Union is striving to provide a solu
tion to this problem. The state and
community that flrst provides a prac
tical plan win reap me uenents tnere
of and do a great public service.
There are probably few, If any,
places in the United States that
possess the natural resources and
facilities for their immediate devel
opment that Is enjoyed by the Klam
ath country. We know of no similar
conditions in Oregon or the states of
the Pacific Coast.
I Thanks to the irrigation law en
acted two years ago, which has made
It practical for local irrigation and
drainage districts organized in ac
cordance with this law, to co-operate
with the United States for a water
supply and construction, or both, it
1b feasible to enter at once upon the
reclamation of arid and swamp lands
of the Klamath project without fur
ther legislative enactment.
There are already constructed res
ervoirs and control systems sufficient
to provide for upwards of 500,000
acres of arid and swamp lands.
The benefits to be derived from an
early solution of the drainage prob
lem of tho swamp lands around the
Upper Lake cannot be over-estimated,
when considered in connection
with tho livestock Industry of Klam
There are great possibilities in the
development of power in connection
with the development of irrigation
and drainage, and the furnishing of
power for manufacturing.
Tho early extension of the Stra
horn municipal railroud to Bonanza
und north is virtually necessary to
the proper development of the Irri
gation and lumbering resources of
the northern und eastern part of the
Believing as we do that an curly
consideration of the above projects
will meet with the approval of all
who desire to advance the welfare
of Klamath, we suggest that each of
tho irrigation projects that derive a
water supply from the United States
reclamation service and the Klamath
drainage district, ut their first reg
ular mooting, appoint u member of
their organization to meet with mem
bers of tho other organizations, the
object being to form an association
for the purpose of conserving und de
veloping tho resources of Klamath
I would further suggest that irri
gation or drainage districts in the
process of formation bo represented,
the tlmo and place of mooting to.be
unnounced later through the press.
P. T Snyder was among the train
ri'vais InM night from Corvallls.
Mr. and Mrs. David Smith are
Klamath Falls visitors from Allium
Pan l.lsky Is reentered at tho
Hotel Hull today from the Mallln district.
Mrs, c. V. Stone has returned from
'a throe week's vl.slt with friends in
S E. Iconblco bought supplies h?io
yesterday for his ranch In th Pine
Krod Stukel. a well known rancher
.'amrs Campbell, who emtio la fiom
Clilloiiulu yesterday afternoon was m
pusiio'ngqr on the train this u.oi'itlr.i;
for Weed, where ho experts to i-Mtinlii
lor tho present.
Mrs Sam Hall, who has aomi visit
Iuk at the homo of Mrs. Cora A.
Sanderson for the lust two week.
Wft for her home at Itlddb, Califor
nia this morning.
Mies Inez Kilgiii' who ha.i boon
ou" of tho wltnesrw In tho lrl.il ol
V W. Hold ct'ai'i'" 1 with a Mn'oticu
if tl.e espionage art 'it Port. and, re
t i od last oveni'tit.
A J Hickman ami William Irwin,
who hu,vo been In Portland us '.tit
nowroa lit connection with tho F. W
Hold ttlnl In the federal Court, re
turned last evening.
In the Merrill district Is lool.ing aftr
toreigu language instruction, it j
would be discontinued at She end of
tne term in June. K j wildo Us a recent arrival n business lutero.iu hoi
in uio. .oo ieai.iL-15 .-... em- Klamath Falls from Iiunsmutr
plo; mi to give instruction In tho tier-1
mau language to 30,000 pupib and I
! Mrs. F. K. Manning, who operates
a millinery establishment In IhM el'v,
at the end of 191S, only one teacher
v.a.s employed to instruct loa pupils
In the German language.
One of the final Instances In con
nection with the elimination of Her
man Instruction came with tii" reier.
announcement that I.eo Stein, assist.
ar.t .superintendent of s'hooU in
charge of the foreign language Ce- (
partment had resigned. t
The school board last All-)
r Jit voted to abolish tho foreign .
I?r.guage department, at the end of
the ptwsent year. Mr. Stern's term i
expires June 30. Mr. Stem In his
letter to the school board said that
after a service of 35 years iu the Mil
waukee schools, he felt that he was
entitled to a rest."
Mr. Stern was president of the Wis
consin branch of the German-Amor',
can alliance from the tlm- cf it:, or
ganisation of 1906 until it wis dis
banded in 1917. He was also a one
time a vice-president of -be national
K .1 Fiirlonc lnfi frir Hill illfnr.
nia today after a short lsit In tills
left today for Portland. Hoiittlo and
Spokane. Sue expects to 'ie gii'ie
II. (5. Slieldeman left this niornliu! fcevoial weeks.
f.-r "an Francisco after a short husl.j
jn-. s visit In Klamath Falls. '
AT THE CHURCHES
tipuiiillvo eiilerprlHo, and Hi. (,r,.n
wo will Iiiimi to pay lo haw ..ii,i, ,,
lloaiiiie 'I'liu choir will furnish ,0.
! t-lit 1 mimic at bolli kiuvIios. iiuih,.ii.
NOTICIC- In order Id ItiMiiro pub-1 music will be sling In the ikiiIhk.
.. i. .,..i. .in in, ii. I MiMiuunm and now I'tuners In ..i...
iicauoii, viiij mi iniiivii - - - ,. , , ,, '"7
.ini'tits must be at The lleiald ofllce MirarotilhiUyJnvUed UHlioso mnufi.
not later than Friday earning I ' ' r
!! !! ! !
John Siemens Jr. returned lust
night from Portland, whore ha at-
T W. Graham of the Anderso:i tended the stock holders meeting of
Lumber Company left for a vl.-tlt at the Hankers Mortgage Corporation.
I'.c. Idlng nu the train today.
l'u nk I'pp. Ih jeweler led
iti'inliig for Weed where he
'i"k after basiiiivs.s interests.
as well as attending to other matters
will) Mrs. It. C. Dalton and Mrs. A. It
Tonbiook who have been vlsltlar at
tho homo of Mr, and Mrs. S. K. Marl.
In for the past week from Portlan.l.
JAPS WANT IMMIGRATION
HONOLULU. T. H Jan. 5. (By
Mail) According to advices received
here by the Nlppu JIJi, a Japcmrc
dally, newspaper, immigration socie
ties of Japan are advocating several
modifications of the regulations now
governing Japanese immigration to
the United States and other countries.
One change asked is the extention
from a year and a half to three yean'
of the period allowed, for the retur-i
to the United States of Japanese
who have gone to the homeland for a
visit. It is said that there is now in
Japan several thousand Japa-iczc,
Abo cannot return to Hawaii because
tl.cy have overstayed the time llmi..
Another change proposed is to
permit Japanese picture brides to 'ob
tain passports for the United States
immediately after their marriage ha?
Jeen reported to the American aut't
o'ities. At present, a picture bride
must wait in Janan six months be-
fore she can leave to join the man
3he married by mail.
"THE SONt; OF SONGS"
lt?ls of .'oineiIy.
A German economist says "Ger
many strove for a new order." Well,
she got it and it was "move on!"
IF BUCK HURTS
N ON V
FI.USH YOUR KIDNEYS OCCAS
IONALLY IF YOU EAT .MEAT
SUNDAY Ai MONDAY
Tl'f Newest Triumph of the Gill nho
MAIIEL NORM IN!)
"JOAN OF PLATTSHURG"
The M'lwns First Palrioth Con.ody-
Drama. "Not n War Picture".
Admission 10 & U." cnts.
Show Start 7::!0 and I):l..
A fii-fat Western Dninm In r, Parts.
A Dandy Comedy (
SUNDAY AND MONDAY .
"A GOOD LOSER"
A Conusly l)i-.inm of D'HiicmIc
ANo Hemst Patlie News Latest
War Pictiiies anil Current Eienls
Ailmissloii III Ji 1.-, tents Matinee
U.;tO. EtcnliiKs 7::t & l.
A L. Marshall, who op,vr.ts
r.-ncii In the Olene district paid a
.sit to Klamath Falls yei'c-dny.
Jo. A. Stoltz was among the traiu
rm:'l- last evening from Portland.
He U a guest at the Hotel Hall.
I Walter Lamm of the l.timm Lum
ber Company at ModOc Point Is In
town today on matters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Wiley arrived last
r.leht from Spokane. Washington.
They are guests nt the. Hotel Hall.
I William Fordney who operates the
i James Mercantile Company at Lorella, t.ri ,, ,rllK for Situ Jo. wnere
,ls In Klamath Falls on matters f ' he expects to remain durlng'ho jlact
.business. jsiMiion hero. He Intends lo i-liui In
.1. A. Maddox left this morning for ""' S'rl,,K'
, hi.i ranch iu the Merrill distill-, fol-; , stevens. who'ls In the meal
lowing u short business visit in till- j , aehlng business at Fall Hlv- Mills
i1'1'- j reti.rr.ed homo thl.s niornlriK after a
, I! F. Hubbs was a passenao.- Ir!'"lt,f v1n" ln Klttinath. Mr. Slnvenn
' Slsfon an.l MiCloud this niornl.u. Hi. Ih "" oI, ,1"" rrl""' "' "'" Walt.
hi- nn Kreaiiy pieaseu Willi IVUllll-
l left this monilng for Merrill, where
,11111V will spend another week visit
Mr and Mrs. J. T Tulley entne I't
osterday afternoon from Aliftnit for
a sin rt vl.slt on business an. I iilchnore
in Klamath Falls. They are stoii.iliu
at the Hotel Hull. They loport Unit
there Is no Influenza at Alzonm at
Jumes Hooey, who ha.s lieen em
ployed for sevural months at Hie Poll.
( can flay Lumber Company offlio here
II Isn't ecoiiinii) mid u
Isn't li to buy uti)llilh;
but the best In drugs.
We have galiicil Hie cun.
flitciiro of our iiiiliiiniri Ii)
si-llliiK drugs of the lilgbi-si
qualll) only. You runnni
buy aii oilier kind Inn.,
und j on are iihtii) n ti
mid sure ttuit iiotlilng Inn
the best drugs nlll bo nti
In tills store.
has been In the city for a abort time
I famuel Smith was among tiio ralu
animals last night from San Frnds
co. Ho Is registered t l'ie Willi').
Pelican Hotel today.
atb as a stock raising section.
WAR AIR FIGHTING
AVEARS SMILES AWAY
Emanuel llaptlst Church. Eleventh
and High stnVts.
Tho regular Sunday school service
will bo held at 10 a m
First llaptlst Church, corner Wash
Ington and Klgtitli J M (Irlllllli.
Sunday school at in a in . c R
ProachliiK at 1 1 a m
All are cordially Invlled to worship
The Christian Science lloclety of
Klamath Falls holds sunken at IIS
Ami-tli sirei't everv Sunday morning
at 1 1 o'clock and every Wednesday
evening at 7 -30 All are welcome
rim sublocl of lesson for Sunday.
'January iti. is 'Truth "
The Sunday school session Is irom
9 45 to 10. t& every Suitday moruliiK
Tho free reading room and fro"
lending library Is open from 2 30 lo
1:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Sacred Heart Church, comer 8th
and High streets. Itev Hugh J Mar
First Mass at S a m.
Parish Mass at to:iil a m ;
llciicillctloti. t p m.
Third Sunday, Mass at S a. m
Third Sunday at Merrill. 1 1 a m.
Confessions before services, tl rut
Friday at S a. tu anil 7 3u p in
Lutheran services at the llapllst
comer Eighth and Washing
7 30 p m llev. M ItoHsmati
pnstor, residence 1:17 First street
Sermon subject, "The Love of
All Lutherans are most urgently lu-
jvlted Iu attend the services of their
church. Alt others will bo cordially
welcomed. Anyone knuwlng of
Lutherans In or around Kliimath
i Fulls, please notify the pastor
Methodist Eplscopul Church. Tuiith
und High. Rev. Simpson lluiurlck,
pastor, 1117 East street Phiilin H7W
Sunday school at to a m vr
Itoy King, silperliitiiudeul
Morning services at 1 1 a. m Sor
moil subject. "Sobralter Christians "'
Kpwortll League III C'30 p. Ill Mr
Lawrence Phelps, president j
Evening service at 7.30 p. in. Sab-.
Ject. "Dluuionds Iu the Hough "
Everybody Is welcome to the ser- Grandmother kept her hair hvitutl.
vice. Strangers and people who have fy darkened, glossy mid attrnrtUe
no curium puue 10 worsuii' win re
ceive a hearty welcome,
' hlAMAUl fALLS tlKll.On n
hlAMAUl fALLS tIKt'liOn
545I.I l !
IE DARK Hi
NOIIODV CN TELL
DARREN GRAY. I
WITH SAGE TEA
.1. M. Iledford, who has rh.it ge "f i
tlm timber on the Klamath Hencrvii
tlon is in town from the
seucy for a short time.
DBS MOINES. It.. Jan. 24 Court-
, Inc death In clashes with lloclin
Klamath ,intl0B n ,tl0 (.- or toying with
I fate Iu fantastic aerial acrobatics has
driven the once constant smile from
' tho lips of Captain "Eddie" Itlcken-
bachcr, aco of American airmen In
This U disclosed III n photograph
'of the airman, with his machine,
' Just received by a friend of Illckon
j bachor's unto racing days, when ho
i resided In Des Moines, His fnco now
SHOES GALORE J scorns grim and set.
Men's Shoes high top :the work-. The smllo of dnyH gone by has
Mr. and Mrs. Edgnr Huff wrc pas
jer.gers this morning on tho outgoing
train for Susanvllle, Callforn'a, wliera
H'i-j expect to remain in the future.
See Cliilcote X Smith for fire, life,
accident and health insurance. fl:t3
Main street. 24
First Christian Church,
Pine und Ninth streets,
lllblu school at 10 a. iu.
Preaching service at 1 I a. in. and
7:30 p. in.. Itev. Trimble of P
olllclatlug at both services
Presbyterian Church, Pine street,
near Second. Itev. K. P. Lawrence
Tho rhurcli will ho open for serv
ices as usual this Sunday. Sunday
school at iu a. m. Wu hope to see all
pupils und teachers In their places
At 11 a. m. the pastor will speak on
some of tho outstanding phases of the
Now Era Movement as presented at
th recent conference In Portland.
wilh a blew of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair took on that dull,
faded or stieaked appearance, tlili
dmple mixture was applied with won
derful effect. Ily ankilig at any ilrue
in. nnd!,lnr fur "Wyeth's Sagu and Sulphur
'ortliiiul c,,,,,,,,,,,,,,!,- j,, w Kt,t u largo but-
I tie of this old-tlmo rerlpo. Improve!
by tho addition of other lngri'dl"iit,
all ready to use, for ulioui In conn.
l This simple mixture rnn bo depunitnl
' upon to restore natural color nnJ
beauty to thu hulr.
A well known downtown dniKitUt
Hiiys everybody usos Wyoths Sage and
Siiiphur Compound now becaiua It
ilarkem so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell It has boon applied
; ingman's friend. We save you mon
; ey on all goods, See us, for we have
' many good things to show you.
See the new shoemaker at
DICKS & CO.. 100S Main St.
1 THREE ROOM llOl.'SE
' On good garden lot, ftOxLVi feet,
near paved street; on easy terms,
i FIVE ROOM HOUSE
i On large garden lot; house alone
could not be built for the money.
SIX ROOM HOUSE
On Washington street; close In;
faded considerable, ns you will no
tice," hn confesses In nn accompany
ing note. "This is my 220 horsepow
Tr Spnd,' which I have hod eighteen
victories with. Am feeling bully and
hopo to bo buck In God's Country
again soon. Expect to arrive on tho
Rhine In unnther week. The messnge
was dated December 12th.
Get a standard policy from the
Cliilcote it Smith agency. 24
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
full sUi-d lot, modern conveniences. !,Uulty ot mlk wm, prom,)t unj e,n.
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS Terms 8200.00 down, balance like cellt service, phonu.49.
We sell milk from tuburculur-test
(id cows. Anyone wishing the best
Price SI, 800.0(1.
CHILCOTK H SMITH.
Wonder if the senators who oh
jected to the President going to
Kuropo will object to his coming
back. Florida Times-Union.
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by j
flushing the kidneys occasionally,;
says a well known authority. Meat
forms uric acid which clogs the kidney
pores so they sluggishly filter or
strain only part of the waste arid
poisons irom the blood, then you gut
sick. Nearly all rheumatism, head-
coastlpatlon, dizziness, sleeplessness,
bladder disorders come from slugg
The moment you feel a dull ache
In the kidneys or your back hurts, or;
If tho urine Is cloudy, offensive, full
of sediment, Irregular of passage or
attended by a sensation of scalding,
get about four ounces of Jad salts
from any reliable pharmacy and tako
a tablespoonful In a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine, This
famous salts is made from the acid
of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with Iltlila and has been used for
generations to flush clogged kidneys
nnd stimulate them to activity, also
to neutralize the adds In urine so
It no longor causes irritation, thus
ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and can
not Injure; makes a delightful effer
vescent llthla-waler drink which all
regular meat eaters should take now
and then to keep the kidneys clean
and the blood pure, thereby avoiding
serious kidney complications. Adv.
H. W. POOLE, Owner
Louise Glaum ,
"AN ALIEN ENEMY"
A Drama of the Great World War
Current Events Caught by the Camera
SUNDAY MATINEE AND EVENING
"RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE"
Starring William Farnum in Zane Grey's Famous
Story of the Mormons
A Good Comedy Shown at Every Performance
OUCH! RUB OUT
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied by par
ent admitted free ivllli a HUv.
This Theater now properly
Healed ami Ventilated.
Fumlgutcd every night
rnrnnt ronfnntnrit In
i . V. ., ."""' - ', " uoiMM.y can iu u una i
nrT.:::;:;s:7's - - v,u r
m. will hn n imti-lntli- mii-i-li-., Tim (lumpen a roiiiii or son iirimn i'
pastor will speak on tho subject of draw It Ihroiigh your hair, taking one
tho League of Nations, as reiiuesteil strand at a tlmo. !' morning "'
uu iiiuiiu iii me iniin 01 me luaglio, , , , , ,, ., .,.,
Uh framework, Its Immediate duties; natural color and looks gloss), soft
urn league anil uriuumtmiH, as a en- neiiiiiiuii.
tho League of Nations, as reiiuesteil strand at a tlmo. h' morning Hi
by tho Nutlonal Commltteo on (ho ,-ray hair disappears; after another
RUR PAIN, SORENESS, STIFFNESS,
SCIATICA RIGHT OUT WIT1I
"ST. JACORS LINIMENT"
Count fifty! Pain gone.
Rheumatism is "pain only.'j Not
one case In fifty requires liitornul
treatment, Stopp drugging! Rub
tho mlHeVy right away! Apply sooth
ing, penetrating "St. Jacobs I.inl
mont" directly upon the "tondor
spot," and relief comes Instantly, "St.
j Jacobs Liniment" Is a harmless rhou-
mutism liniment which never disap
points and cannot burn or discolor
Limber up! Stop complaining!
Oct a small trial boUlo or "Ht. Jacobs
Llnlmont" at any drug store, and in
Just a moment you'll be free from
puln, soreness, stiffness und swelling,
Don't suffer! Relief awults you. "St,
Jacobs Llnlmont" has relieved mil
lions of rheumatism suffororH In the
last hulf century, and Ih just as good
for sciutlcu, nouralgla, lumbugo, back
ache, spraliiB and swullngs. Adv. I
Is the Time
Fewer people would be daily strug
gling for a mere existence if they had
acted upon their first decision to save.
The size of the first deposit is not of
great importance. The big thing is to
start not tomorrow or the next day,
11 You are cordially invited to open an
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON