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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
1 IlCJUVeninK neraiU s was j,u Krent In private nmtlntlons.
J. M U II II , V
Hofonnc(l strong likes unit dislikes.
und loyalty to his friends and grntl-
tude for the slightest favor were
marked characteristics of this great
man's life It vas this loyalty, this
Published dally except Sunday by
TtlB IllimM PttlilUhtnc. f'nmnnnv nf
Klamath FaIIb. m hr Pnnrth tri honedtv. this determination to do"!
what a right for the- state, that
Entered at the poatolllco at Klntn Won for him the confidence, of tho
rie TaTur.l,,n,i " "f ,,,e ,,eri,kvunl ma,,
lit possible for him to be the first re-
" Subscription terms by mall to any PuMlcun governor of this state to
address In the United States: succeed himself.
One year $5.00 , the life of Governor Withy-
mm,v.w:ki:k max s.vvs .motiiick
srn'Kiti:i i:i;htki;. visits
TAXiaC ItKSTOKKS HKII '
One month ......
Member of the Associated Press
The Associated Press Is oxelUsUely
entitled to the use for republication
ot nil news dispatches credited to it
or not otherwise credited In this pa
i per, and also local news published
AH rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also reserved.
combe the oun nion of today wilt
find much of profit. Ho will learn
the value of truth, of honesty, of
steadfastness to right and Justice, of
of the Associated Press). -Twenty-flo
freight cars carrying $'410,000
worth of clothing to meet the most
pressing needs of the Hussl.tn civilian
population In Western Siberia Iiim
ueen sent trom viainvosioK miner .,.,., P .,,
Unalty to friends. He will learn that, the joint tlllectlon of the American
by traveling the straight and narrow, Hci Cross aml tne u,lssnn Hallway
path he will merit, as did this groat, senre Corps.
man, the esteem and confidence of his I These supplies are Intended for re
follow citizen and receive the insplra-' fugees In districts where the Red
tlon that will lead him to strive for Cross Is operating distributing ngen.
If everybody in Milwaukee- know
how much good Tunliir litis done lily
mother there Isn't a one who would
not think Just .ih I do that It's worth
Its weight In gold," was the Interest
ing statement made by Prank J, Pas
sage, binkemnn on tlio Chicago, Mil.
Paul railroad, living at
WKIJNKSDAV, MARCH 5, 1011)
4AM KS WITHYCOMItK
the higher and nobler things of ltfo.
IS FIRED UPON
26 3.th St. Milwaukee, iccentty. Mr.
i Passage's mother, Mrs. Minute Pas.
sage, at the time she camo to Mil
i wnukee, four years ago, had been a
resident of Shannon- .Illinois, far
fifty years and Is beloved by all who
Although born in England, James;
Wlthycombe was one of the mosu
"Invjll AmAptnne nn,l It wfla wnef- fnrj
..,. injA ... ., ,.. ..! oto.l allied mission to Poland has been
lunate, indeed, that he was our state ,
., , , .. , . , fired upon bv the Ikralnlans, accord,
executive during the world war, fori ) " l . . ... ., -,
bis unswervlnc- natriotism and itn-l. ... . . . ...., , -,.i
compromising loyalty contributed
greatly to Oregon's splendid record
In all war activities.
WARSAW, March 5. For the sec
end time th train bearing th Inter-
ler Paderewskl. The firing Is said
to have occurred between' Loiubarg
elesr nut tnoro is included special . know lmr
lot of clotting and clothing maWlalsl -yor eighteen or twenty
for miss an eninio.xes ot ttic iran.s- riiimi,i m- i..o ...,i
, ...........v.. ...,, i iicih "J imuinji ,
aiuenau itauw.iy. iiicse men unv
stuck to their posts under most dls-
The Winnek Co., I
426 Main Street
As 'a cltlten, no man in tho state kkkkUKXIH'M SLBMITTEI
did a nobler part In the development
of agricultural possibilities or set a
bettor example as an Industrious, law
abiding und progressive citizen, and
no man can say aught to tarnish the
good name he earned by his earnest
endeavor and achievements for the
good of tho state. There is no doubt
that the strenuous work imposed by
bis duties during the legislative ses
sion, in the examination and con
scientious study of a deluge ot bills,
contributed to his death, and it was
practically while' ho was engaged in
this arduous task that the messenger
ot cjeath summoned htm to his final
Test, for it was not James Wlthy
combe's way to shirk from any duty
which his position seemed to require.,
TO SHIPYARD STRIKERS.
TACOMA, March 5. The referen
dum on the shipyard strike In tne
Puget Sound district will be submitted
to the rank and file of the strikers not
later than Thursday as a result of a
joint mectirj; here.
heartening circumstances and their
devotion has elicited special recom
mendation for assistance from John
T. Stevens, head of the Railway Serv
The train carried seven cars of
underwear, four of blankets, five of
clothing material, one car of sweaters
gloves and socks, one car of chlldrens'
clothing, a car of flannelette, one of
, . 7.. ... will write your contracts and
See Charles S. riood, Klamath I, , papers. 1
Agency, Tor Indian grasnif lanas una
miscellaneous articles and several of and 1 actually thought she was going
drug and hospital supplies and prov-t to die. She complained of awful pains
Isions. thru her stomach and left side and
v J would belch up sour gas for hours, I
Ask Chllcote Ji Smith about the "' fle d to got up In the mid-
LOW COST life, accident and health die of the night and doctor her on
policies of the Tnuelers. 1-tf nccount of this gas. arid I don't be-
; llcvo she ever got a good night's rest
See Charles S. Hood. Kl.l'nith on mrnnni nt tin. nnln uWi, ui.fforn.t
Aglncy. the real estate agent. He During the past year she lost twentv-
'.if 'five pounds In weight, or more, and
The Hot Springs Bath House wilt
be agiin opened to the public Wed
nesday evening, .March "5th. The
building has been completely repair
ed and renovated. N. A. Mann 3-lt
Life insurance companies have paid
8110.000.000 on account of influence.
Cool, collected and delibera'te un- Heed tho wanting und get it low cost
der all circumstances, he was a sateP"llc fro"' fhllcote Smith
man-to hare bad at the bead of the
state's government at the most try
ing time of Its modern history. While
the waves of radicalism were surg
ing against and threatening the gov
ernment and peace of our neighbor
ing states, under the conservative and
careful guidance of Governor Withy
combe, Oregon sailed along on peace
ful seas, Its citizens feeling safe be
cause of the confidence Inspired by
the masterful ability of its chief ex
- Possessed of strong convictions and
MODOC FEED AND SALES
Horses and Harness bought, Sold
Horses to hay, noon feed 2."ic
Horses to hay by the day ...iiOc
Horses to hay and grain, day .$1
Horses to bay and grain, noon, 50c
Comer 0th and Walnut
M. J. XYHART, HORACE V.
has had-trouble with her stomach and.
I can truthfully say that Tanlac Is
the only medicine I havo been able to i
find In all that time to do her any J
good. Nothing she would eat agreed'
with her and she was subject to fre
quent attacks of acuto Indigestion, i
In a little while after eating, her food
uum auui iiuu uiuui tier up wuu v
gas and cause, her to suffer for hours, J
At times this gas would press on lior (
heart, almost cutting off her breath.
DAXCIXO SATURDAY EVEXIXO
decided opinions, he was yet capable
of grasping, analyzing and dealing
with big problems, und once he reach- .
ed a conclusion he bad the courage J
to carry it to fruition. It was this
lndomnitable trait in his character
that won for him the enduring friend- .;
ship of the strongest men in the state, ',-.
for they knew his judgment was un-,
erring, and that he always had the
welfare of the state at heart.
Thomas H. Ince Presents
, CHARLES RAV
"HIS OWX HOME TOWX"
Two Reels of Fun.
Admission 10 und SO rents. Show
SturtH 7:;) and .-!.'.
10 Main Street
General Furniture Repairing
at Reasonable Prices
jail her strength seemed to leave Int.
i During tho past six months she has i 1
', failed very much faster. All she w-as
able to eat was a little soup or milk i J
and soft boiled eggs, and even this t
'would hurt her. Her condition bo-1 J
cirae so serous that on December the (
i seventh I quit work In order to stay,V
; homo and take care of her. '
j "One day 1 noticed a Tanlac testl-J
..monial in the paper which was so
straightforward and convincing that
1 1 told mother I wanted her to try tun
j medicine. She agreed and nt the tlmo
! she started taking It she had been
down In bed fpr five weeks -and
j couldn't stand otr her feet but a few
' minutes, if she tried. Well, she has
taken two bottles now and you may
J believe itbr not, she is.up doing all
I her cooking and housework and Is
j just feeling fine. She Is now sixty-
nine yeirs ot age, uut. i ucciare sue
gets around like ono many years
younger. She sleeps like a child,
eats.' anything she wants .and that
1 gas and indigestion has stopped
I bothering her almost entirely. I have'
For Thrifty People
250 Laundered Shirts for Men
Regular $1.25 to $1.50, now
Men's Heavy Wool Undershirts Half
Price. Some fleece lined at 50c
Boys' Heavy Shoes, Broken Sizes
Regular $3.00, now $1.75
Women'? Shoes, now, per pair . .$3.00
Children's 50c to $2.25
Women's and Children's Rubbers
Per pair 50c
Thread 4c per spool
White Tape 5c per bunch
Embroidery Floss 2 for 5c
A few words of explana
tion in regard to the
It teems some have the
wrong idea of start jng young
ladies' names. You can place
in line anyone you wish to
The Winnek Co. has abso
lutely nothing to do with
starting a name. Wc hand
you the ticket, you vote for
whom you please.
The Winnek Co., Inc.
426 Main St.
TEMPLE THEATER' nover 8een 8UCn a cnnnR0 In anyone
i ns tanlac tins made in .Mother. I nm
very grateful for It and slio is reeling
mighty liapi herself. Wc can't nay
tod much In behalf of Tanlac, and
have been telling everyone In the
neighborhood about It."
Tanlac is sold In Klamath Falls by
the Star DriiB Co., and'ln I.orellr bj
the James Mer$. Co. Adv.
mm Vtntml UrtUmNe. Jl
Do Bad Teeth
y TTES. sav leadincr
answer is based on
years of study and on
specific cases. So-called
rbeunutUm la very often tlie
nault of Infection reaching
the blood from Infected Riimi
and decayed teetb, or by an
Infected tonsil, "llut I Iiae
none ot those trouble!," you
ay. Chances are a few min
ute elimination will show
Infection aomewtiero which In
caualng your "rheumatism."
Deep-aeated tooth Infections
are quickly located with the
X-Itay. This wonderful In
vention I now successfully
adapted to tbe use of the
Many disease of childhood
may be caused by Infection,
per cent or caae of ulceration
of tbe dlcestive tract are
found to be due to dental
dUeaaes. 1'us. oozing from
teeth, gums, tonsils, or any
other point In the body, may
cause Infection in any oran
'of the body. " To-day tho
nhvflrlan and luraeon often
recommend tbe. curing , or
tooth trouble before thoy
attempt to treat other all-meats.
It Isn't economy nutl It
Isn't wise hi buy anything
but the best In drugs.
We have gained the con
fidence of our customers by ,
htllliiK lriiK of the highest
quality only. You cannot
buy any other kind here,
mid you are always safe
and sure that nothing but
the best drug will be sold
in this More.
Illup llinl Feature I'rcciit,
"TIIK VKI,VKT liAXD."
A Lyons and lonin Comedy.
Admission 10 & 15 cents Matinee
2..I0. Kvenings 7:0 & O,
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUF.SDAY9 AND 8ATUHUAY3
HKCKAHP RENT SKRVIOE
Night Phone 845
FOR SAFETY BY
1 0(10.00(1, OftO crowns would hnvo rov.1 NKHOTIATIONH WITH
ercil nil iiuniinl i-uslons, but Innteicl
of ndopting such a plan, the Ministry
has spent "0,000,000 croMiis In n few
weeks In temporary lellef, with tho
result that the terlplenti njo now
rlniiiorliiK for further help.
See Charles S.
Agency for health
and uceldnitt It-K'-tf
WA8IIINUTON. I) (' Mitch 6
In n 'cablegram lo President Wllnuo,
Senator l.odgn and Seiulor Illlch
fork, two Ittisslnii repri'Bciiliithfi t
Purls hnvo prolesled ngaltut the ne
gotlalons by tho Allies find tlia L'nltf'l
'fitntcs with tho llolslievlkl Rovern
Ws!, KLAMATH TALLS 0UEC0NffV?l
"TIIK IIKST IN PICTUUE8"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
"WHATEVER THE COST"
Smiling Bill Parsons
"THE .RETURN OF MARY"
Starring May Allison
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied by par
ent admitted free with a SSOc
ticket, oveept Hnturday night
mid Hunduy night.
This Theater now properly
Heated and Ventilated.
Fumigated every night
VIENNA, (Coiiesponcence of the
Associated Press). Living tomil-j
tlons In Hungary havo reached the
stngo where the only hopo of the nils.
tocracy Is that tho KntQiito powers
will send tioops to Hudnpest and to
other parts of tho country to save
them from tho di ended menace of
Iiolshovlktsin, Many of tho former
aristocrats have gone to their louu-,
try homes and many others would
llko to gn lo Switzerland lint are un
able to obtain permission to leave'
the country. Tho streets of Budapest
ato considered unsafe after dark und ,
wealthy persons employ soldiers to ,
guard their home-s,
Thousands of unemployed in Iludi-1
I pest and other towns am receiving
fiom tho stnto 40 to 50 crowns n'
day, thro fourths of which Is con
tributed by manufacturers, who are
fast losing all tho money they made
during the war. Ono of tho largest
munition flrm.i, which recently em.
ployod 30,000 peisons Is paying thorn
5,000,000 crowns a week, It is ns
sertcd that this Is tpmllng toward the
demoralization of tho workmen who
piofor to llvo upon snto pay rather
than to return tt work,
Many factories 'havo been brought
to n standstill owing to tho lark of
coal und It M feared that flour mills
may ulso bo forced to shut down, Tho
train scrvlc6 has boon reduced to onn
train a day between Iludapest and
Vleniia,tho Journey occupying six.
teen hours Instead of four.
Tho Cablnot Ministers, who bnfoto
tho revolution recolvod salaries of
2fi,000 crowns, nro now taking 100,
000 crowns. Tho numbor of Undor-,
Secretaries of State has boon Incrcas-'
od from 12 to 77, each being paid'
40,000 crowns a year, Immonso'
sums hnvo been expended in payment
to Invalided soldiers. A plan wus'
suggested by which the sum of 25,.
Has for her motto, "One Hundred Centi-
for Every Dollar Expended."
She believes in a full return for every
She is not tight-fisted. She know
that the cheapest materials are often
the most expensive in the end.
She has an Account Book which
shows what' becomes of the money he
spends, and a Bank Book which show
what becomes of. the money she save.
Her funds receive absolute protection.
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package MurpheyVFeed & Seed Store
Oregon Standard Purity and Germination 126 South Sixth St. Pione 87