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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
C. J. MVltR A V
Published daily except Sunday by
Tk Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Fallt, at 116 Fourth street
Entered at the Dnsloftlca at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
the malls aa second-class mattor.
Subscription terms by mall to any
address In the United States:
One year f 3 00
One month .60
Member of Hip Associated Press
The Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to the use for republication
of all news dispatcher credited to It
or not otherwise credited in this pa
per, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also referred.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 0, 1010
A systematic effort Is to be made
to compile an accurate history of the
part Oregon has played In the World
war. To that end every bit of data
that can be collected is being sent to
Salem, where It Is Indexed, segrega
ted and filed, so that when all of the
information the State Historian Is
gathering is In hand. It will be pos
sible to publish a complete and com
prehensive review of all the facts of
the great conflict with which any
soldier from Oregon was Identified.
To make this work as complete and
acciirate as It is possible for any
human agency to do, it must become
a duty for everyone who has any In
formation of interest to place the
same at the disposal of the State His
torian, and to aid in facilitating this
work, county representatives have
been appointed, to whom this in
formation may be submitted. The
representative for Klamath County
Is Mrs. R. E. Wattenburg, and she
has already devoted much time and
labor to this work.
At the present time she is en
gaged In compilation of information
as to the number of service flags of
the county, and every church,
lodge, society, factory, business
house or school In the county that
has had a service flag is requested to
make a report thereof to Mrs. Wat
tenburg. The information they are
to send her is: The number of blue
stars, gold stars, name of soldier
represented by each star, his address,
when he enlisted, his company and
whether be saw service oversea.
Mrs. Wattenburg is giving her
time to this work as a labor of love,
because she has pride in the record
that Klamath County has made in
this war. No one ran realize Its mac
nitude unless he could m'o it
for himself The Herald, therefoio
urges the hearty co-operation of
ever) one Interested, to the end that
( the needed data Is made comple'e
All of the Information that Is need
ed is indicated aboe. so do
'not add to Mrs Wattenburg' vvoik'
'by further Itiqulr) Send tti what
this article rails for .mil if it i- in
complete, she will ra tl in wm in
such additional information as m.n
be needed to make t'e. io't mm
I.ITTI.K HIRKMOHTS ON LOCAL BAIPKN1NO
4 MOM) THK I'tiOPl.K OK THIS CITY AND VICINITY,
(iOIVOS AND COMINOH OK LOCAL FOLKS
Kobblns Is a Klamath Falls bml
in's u-lioi from Abtorl.t.
V.. W Hunt wax a passenger on
the traiu this morning for Sacramento
WlXXIPKC. Can J.vn 30 Var
time food conservation c unpaids In
the Canadian Xorthwet hfi"e chang
ed the appetites of the people He;
dreds of tons of fish and name, once
deemed unfit as food, are being con
sumed each month thruout the Do
minion. Whale and flnt fish seem lo lead
as sea foods, while beaer and other
fur-bearing animals, hlthert un
thought of as table dellcaries. like
wise are given prominent oltios In
the food lists.
Whale meat, which failed t,j win
recognflion In Canada until last Mitu
mer, is being sold by the ton from
Vancouver to Halifax. The Dominion
Food Hoard's success in the cam
paign to market Pacific flatfish is
Indicated by the official estimate that
3,500,000 pounds have been consum
ed In six months. Fishermen former
ly threw away tills fish.
I'ntll 191S trappers retained only
the pelts of beavers. The Minnesota
campaign In behalf of beaer fle-sh
as a food attracted attention In Man
itoba and hotels in this province add
ed beaver meat to their mentis
Later someone discovered that
chickens "went wild over beaver"
and resulting experiments indicated
that a diet of beaver meat impioved
the egg-laying quantities of hens in
cold weather. V
Wild rice that grows In nbtindanrc
in the Northern I-ake districts al.su
was ignored until American and Can
adian commission men In Eastern
cities began making steady demands
for it. Canadian people started eat
ing It after it had gained popularitv
Odd outfits resembling sail boats
have been constructed to thresh the
Mrs. S. W. Kgllne left this morn
lug with her baby daughter for an
extended visit with relatives in Mis
H. ('. Spink, who resides at Idle-
rest on Spring Creek Is In (own for
Mrs. .lohn A Hill was a vassungnr !( short time looking after business
tMs morning on the train for Weed.i Interests.
w I ere she resides. , ,
I. P. Tabor and Hoy Tabor, who
lames W. Straw, a well.known te- have been In town for a few days
sident of the Odessa district is a from Dorrls, left for that point on
count) seat visitor. . the traiu this morning.
Mis Ira Anhvvnrth Is down from Mrs- K"bert S. Fry enme In yester
Pine ISIdge on the Klamath Heserva- l,n afternoon from Algoma for a
Moil foi a sliort time short visit In Klamath Falls. She Is
registered at the Hall.
S M Calkins Is among the recent
arrival. In Klamath Falls. He Is Mrs-J A. l.each has returned from
reKlsteiod ftom Portland. Blx u v,s, ' " l""Ka. l'
Angeles and other paints In .southern i
A I-.. Crowe returned to his home California. Mrs. t.each had a scvore
at (iazelle this morning following a case of the Influenxa here last Fall
.short visit In Klamath Falls und has returned greatly Improved In
William Kllppen left for his home' henllh'
at Ciold Hill this morning after A, K. A. Davis of the United States
short visit in Klamath Falls. ' Xnvy, who has been stationed at Hon-
I oliilu for the last four months and
I U Layman, who has been herd who uas Jllst been ome on a ,ur.
for some time on matters oi business ,0llRn wh nlg reUUvM ttt Merrill,
i. ft this morning for PorMai.d. ,ofl on tno truln ,,, mornlnB for
O. I). Higgltis who has been here San Francisco,
on business for -several days left thUl President D. O. Horn of tho Hank
morning for (Irenada, California. ) of Honanza, who has been In Port-
laud as a witness in the trlul of F. W.
Hold and who then visited his son
Dewey, who is In the medical branch
of the military service, stationed at
Mr William Allen, who has boii ' Camp Lewis, came In on the train last
h"-e for the past three mon'tis from evening.
l.o, Aneeles visiting at the lioti-o of, Mra p c tn ,oft ,, mornlnK
hi r daughter. Mrs. John Moore. M:lfor wortialul for a visit of thre.
tr's morning for her home in the moIlti18 wj,n relatives and friends.
South. j gne reports her husband, who has
i been employed by the Southern Pac-
mc company at uunsmuir, nas oeen
, transferred to Klamath Falls and
will commence his duties here In a
I A. M. Badger, who has been here
from Oregon City visiting his daugh-
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Klamath Packing Co.
FOR YOUR FRIDAY TABLE
Columbia River Smelt 15c
Finnan Haddie 35c
Delicious Halibut nd Salmon
524 Main Street
BREAK IN JAIL
T. F. Syuimes came In last even
ing on matters of business from San
Franclsio. He is a guest at the Hall.
Wlntf I llAAiAl
DANCIMi SATURDAY KVi:.IN(J
, Selett Features Presents
1 NORMA TALMA IXSK
I "RV RlfiHT OF PURCHASK"
A Miiilern Society Drama.
, A Mm I. Sennet! Cmiiiily in Tvo uirts
I 'Summer Olrls."
j ' Ailiiil-slon to & 'r, cents.
I Show Starth 7::t() anil 0:15.
I Triangle Presentu
WILLIAM S. HART & IIKSSIK I.OVK
ThrilliiiK V.tiTn Driima,
INo Ifein ( I'iithp Neh latest War
Pli tun's H Ciinciit I'.vents
Ailinlssioii III X I." rents .Matinee
J.:to. Cu-iiiiigs 7:. lit X it.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
ter, Mls-s Lois Hadger, left this morn
ing for his home. Miss Hadger, who
Is teaching French and Ulology in
the Klamath County High School
has been 111 at the White Pelican
Hotel, but Is recovering. Mrs. Had
ger, who came here with her husband
will remain until the young lady Is
Itaoebalt Joke ReapiarN.
She "Would you leave your home
He "I'd leave a baseball game In
the ninth Inning with the score a tie."
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
OWN A HKWING MACHINK
I When a good one costs you only
10.00. Nice ones $"15 to $25. Any
machine guaranteed to please you In
' every way.
1 30-21 EVANS & DALIN.
i See Chilcote Smith for fire, life,
'accident and health Insurance. MS
Main street. 24
Carload or Fordson Tractors just
30-31 IIIEHX OARAOK
K10IIY. Idaho, Jan. 3' Piohlbl-
lion history recite numerous In-'
stunces of men getting Into jail tor
possessing lltjuor rinntrary to the
law, but a reversal was recotded here
recently when somo person or per
sons broke Into the county Jail and
stolo 30 cusca of liquor The bev-i
erago had bean .selied at different
times and was stored In the jail
awaiting court orders to destroy It
The thler, or thieves, stole all that
was In the Jail. The .ih(lff recover-'
ed the loot, however, tracing pint of
It to tlexbttrg and the remainder toi
DISCOVERED IN ARMY
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J., Jan. 30 -The
American "Apollo" has been dis
covered and his proportions meusur-
red. A committee appointed by by tho
National Association of Merchant I
Tailors to seek the "perfect man" sm
nounced It had found him In the na
tional army and would analyze him'
when the association convenes here
He Is worthy of being "a world mod
el" the committee assorted.
"The idea that ph steal perfection
among men should bu measured by
bulk Is all wrong," said tho Investi
gators, who, nfter scrutinizing ihu
"beat specimens" at various army .
cantonments, decided Apollo should ,
be five feet eight in height, and I
weigh 148 pounds. Ills chest men-,
sure, 38 Inches, waist 33 Va, hips
39 H. thigh 21 U and calf 1 1 M
Is the Time
Fewer people would be daily itrug-
gling for a mere existence if they had
acted upon their firt decision to save.
K The size of the first deposit is not of
great importance. The big thing is to
start not tomorrow or the next day,
1 You are cordially invited to open an
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
CORNER 6TH AND MAIN
CORNER 6TH AND MAIN
t KSTRAY NOTICK "
' Came to my place, known as the
Eldred pluce, five miles from Honun
'za, about two months ago, one buy
j'goldlng branded 711 connected. Own
. er may claim same by paying the
charges. D. O. IIUEKDLOVE.
j ICAM.K STOVKS I
' Good large 10 & 18 Inch ovens, fl
lid &. reservoirs. !fG to $6C. Your
fold one taken at fair price.
30-2t KVANH & UALIN.
THE ONE AND ONLY
Second of His Million Dollar Pictures
H. W. POOLE, Owner
Jane and Catherine Lee
"DOING THEIR BIT"
Two-Reel Sunshine Comedy
"HOUSE OF GOLD"
G. M. Anderson
"RED BLOOD AND YELLOW"
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
"LEST WE FORGET"
Featuring Rita Jolivet, a survivor of the Lusitania
Admission 10c and 20c
A i lillil uccompiinlcil by par
ent iiiliullti'il free Willi u 20c
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS:
AT LAST: Our plans have worked out and the
contractors will soon have our new room completed.
Before moving our stock we are going to give you
some real buys for your money, and make you a sav
ing ou Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing
Goods. You'll have no trouble in making a choice
from our stock, which is the largest and best in the
This Theater now properly
Heated and Ventilated.
Fumigated ever sight
Watch our Windows and Friday's Adv.
I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"