The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 02, 1919, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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The Evening Herald
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opnr to nay -nil advance In frelRht
rt'3 which in no case was loss than
.. per cent anil wh'ch In some cases
w.ia as high ns 9t! per cent, also nn
(ulxnnre In passenger rates ranging
... . , . .. 9 from 1G 2-3 to r0 per per cent.
tMKK? WhSSSPlCo85J ; At .fo end or the year the railroad.
Klamnlh Palls, nt 116 Fourth street show oil n loss ot $198,000,000, anil
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ERSONAL MENTION
I.ITTI.K NIDKUOMIM ilV I.OtMl, MM I'KMMJS
AMONt ,TIIK rKOI'l.i: OK THIS CITY AMI VICINITY.
tiOINOS AM) COMlMll (K MH'AI, KOI. KM
Kntored at tho postofllco nt Klam
nlh Knlls, Ore, for transmission thru
the mails as seconil-c.lasa mnttor.
uoiigrpss was axkeil to appropriate'
jTfut HtO,000 to make good till loit
and to make delaxed improvements
The go eminent took charge ot thei
Subscription torms by mall to nii 'telegraph and telephone lines on Jul
ntldrcss In tho United States: ' U. lis and the people expected re-,
Ono year . $&onl. f frn, .., ihe- considered ex-!
Ono month
Mouther of the Associated I'ros
i osslve rates.
On March
19, 1919. an advance of.
Tho Associated Press Is exclusheh 2" Prr CPUt '" rn,tw "as rlor,-,, !
entitled to tho use for republication, take effect on April 1st. and the olll
of all nows dispatches creditcil to it i ft rs ot one cotnp.inv were ousted in'
or not otherwise crediti:.! in this pal ri(I int lhev ,uK,lt , cllarK,,
per, and also local news published , . ,
herein. lo-.er rates. I
All rights of republication of sne , For many years many people who
clal dispatches heroin are also re tl'tuigM they were reformers have
nnrrnil I
M V. llauers left on the st ige this fine time and says that Iheio n'e
morning for l.nkoilow mine people In Oio lluy Clt nuv t.ian
,,,,.,., , ,, ,. , , , eer before In Its hlstorj
I M Lindsay left on the l.al;o lew
stage this morning for Ueatty. I! J. Young went to Maedoel Dili
ttlitl'tt I mr llftlll. .1 I tntl .fill. I.t ......
K. V. Klfenilahl Is a count v seat """" ""- " 'j"11 """ '
business Msltor from Chlloquln. , '" "wtin ""' '"' "l-eratlon
heie. ,
A. Vauilennack was a passen?or ,,,..,
his tao.nlng on the stage for Illy. , yU , APl.IoKnlo has gone to
'St. Helena. Callfoi ul.i, for a lst
Mi. (1. Ad tins Is in the elty for a with lier daughter Miss Alum A. Ap
.shot t time from the Met rill district, pleg.ite.
AIR GOPS JtRE
i UTEST TIG
II EI IK
1 Ni:V YOltK. Apt II I Plum of
tlie New York police depailiuelit for
n "I'loud-iop" section iiuttni lalUcd
i ln-re when lit! Aiuiirlcan. Ililtlsh mid
I Kioucli nlators were hwoiii In In I he
olflce of Deputy I'ollco ComiiilssliMi
i' Itoilmau W.iutiuuiUoi as iiiembris
o' tho police reserves
i Col Jefferson de Mount Thompson
served.
John Drlscoll of l.orella left to'lav
to- a visit nt Kugene and Urow'ns-
AVKDXKSD.W, AI'Klli 2, ll)l
AMKHICAXS, ukwakk:
iili.ti.orod for government ownership vllip.
I of la'lroads atiir wire sjstems They
Ih.iNo got government operation.
1 which is next thing to It. Oregonlan.
V. 1.. llrlggs Is here on matters of i
business for a short time fiom itr
Ktancisro. i
IN DISTRESS AT SEA
V SI. Howard Is In the city from
the Merrill distitct for a short lime
on matters of business.
! K. Fraser is a recent arrival In
Klamath Falls from Seattle. He Is n
-The United! guest at the Hotel Hall.
llowaro of the backers of the Hrit-lSOLDIERS TRANSPORT
ish scheme for an International
leaguo bearing amendments. A fort
night ago the American sponsors of
the Smuts plan hail 'swallowed It! ..,.,.,. ...... ,
whole and were denouncing the foI-!SlatM gllnlllv ,., ..Cl,iBOn.. wUi
lowers of the Farewell Address nmlij0 reurnnK troops, all casuals. Is' Ernest Schoirock Is a recent nr
tho defenders of tho Monroe Doctrine j r0porUHi.jn distress near New York, n , rival from Weed. California. He Is
ns -little Americans" with "ptKiny, Wrejos, message states. The essel ' stopjiiitK at the Hotel Hall.
minds." A fortnight ago these snnte,vas hove to ln ., str0ng northwest
sponsors wero for "sharing the Mon-' wlm, aml n r,n,gh sea. It Is declared
roe Doctrine with the world." Today' tlmt tUp vessel was still capable of
they protest' their desire for an ' making six knots per hour If the
amendment to the pending scheme1 weather moderated. Her circulating
which will "reserve the Monroe Doc- pump Is out of commission. She
trine" from tho world and leave it j sailed from Hrest on March 3th.
the unshaken corner-stone. of Amer- m '
ia.ui luitriKii iuut;j iii.il 11 u.i ucfll
from the day It was enunciated.
Whence this somersault? The som
l
II. J. Tli'knor, a well known lesl
ident ot l.atiKell Valley Is In the tun
! ty seat fur a short time on m.itteis
of husimvis.
W, V. Copelaml of the Wood Itlver
Valley who came In from Port Klitm.
nth jestetday. left today for. Ager,
California on mutters' of business
(loo. Streeter, who has been In
Klamath County for some time from
Creswell, California on nrltteis of
business, left for that point this
morning. )
Mr and Mis. D. M. C.rlfflth, whose
name hn.s been so long associated
with the Kagle Ridge Tavern on the
Mrs. - F McCollum left Ibis XVm1 h1,i of th l'l,l'"r Klniniitli ,
morning for her home at Dorris. aft- iM- a," who rocently disposed of
er a short IMt in this city. , ,M' Property to Dr. Oa.ldls,of Al-
i hot tii. are in the city for a short
Hoy H. Ilradley, a government rr- t,m. They are guests at the Hotel
presentative Is in the city from the Hall. They tue accompanied by .1. I.
Klamath Agency for a few days. i cirlffltti.
HSiUITH
GJMMPQH
' 11.1. I'HAISi: T.M..C S I.OM,
s i 1.1 vi :, sin: s.ms wis is'
m:i) ti: i.omi .months .
, l I.TIMATr.M SKXT
I ci:chosi.ov.ks.
Fay K Diamond returned
2-St
I1ASKL, March 31. The Hungjr-
llils '
....ll l.u......l ..( 1.....1ti.wt.
morning to Medford following a brief '
busines, visit in Klamath Falls. ' illfo IIMlriu.,. .ompauliw l.e p.il.l
SI 10,(1(10,0(10 mi iK'i-oiint of lutlileiie.
Heed the wnnilng and set n Ion cost
1-tf
Airs. .'M. Hettinger came down
II. U. Crane came In from Chllo
nulii yniterdny afternoon to look
after business Interests In this city
errfaulters have heard from the Amer
ican people. The voice of America ,au Rmormnet is repotted to hav. trom Honanza yesterday for u short ,,n,.j fri(m Clilliote .V Sinltli
has been raised In righteous resent- ,.CIlt an ultimatum of the Czecho- visit. She is stopping at the llall
ment against the whole Hrltish , giovak government because of tho
scheme and Its American swallowers. ' concentration of the former's troops
The mass meeting in Tremont Temple j an,i the rumor that there Is to be a
has been followed by mass meetings .mobilization In llohemla shortly
nil over the country, and other mass
meetings are assembling. The pro-l
posal that tho United States shall en
ter into an Old World alliance and
accept in tho body ot delegates a vot
ing strength equal to ono of tho col
onies of the British empire is so re
pugnant to men and things American,
irrespective of religious, political or
geographical considerations, that the
HACK I'HOSI HAY CITY.
1 .Mrs. E. V. Rice left today for
Portland where she will Join her hus-i
, band, who has proceeded her tlnro.
i
Mrs. Ivy North and son, Emmett jir8. Heue Hickman, manager of
have returned from San Francisco, ti10 o0rris Times left for that point;
where they have been on a vacation tw? morning after a brief visit bore, i
visit. ', I
Hen Howe left this morning for.
Ask Chilcote & Smith about the California points where he expects to j
LOW COST life, accident and health remain some time on matters of bus-'
scheme and the schemers aro under politic of the Travelers. 1-tf ness. '
attack today from Maine to Callfor-
,. . . ........ i ' Remington firoa'ms and ammuni-
nit. not only on-account.of this arUcle tIons were nwari!eil Gram, Pri2e at
in the covenant, but on account ot Panama Pacific Exposition. 19-1 2t
other articles equally un-American
and obnoxious to virile Americans.
Boston" Transcript.
H
OUSTON'
Metropolitan Amtiscmcnt.s
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HOUSTON'S
OPER As HOUSE
DAXCI.Nti SATlltDAY I'VI'N'I.NTi
JAZZ .MUSIC
STAR
THEATER
-TODAY
A TELEPHONE DEFICIT ALSO
For years the American Telephone
company, ably managed, wisely
financed and Intelligently mindful of
the people's interest, performed ad
mirably a work of prime national Im
portance. It was not an infrequent
thing. It became habitual, for tele
phone rates to be lowered. Yet all
the while the service constantly Im
proved. And the company was a
steady and prolific earner for its.
stockholders.
The government took over the op
eration of the telephones as It took
over the operation of the railroads. '
Then, exactly as had happened ln tho
case of the railroads, the Old Nick
got Into the wires. More of the earn
ings were eaten up, but there wasi
nothing to show for It. Important
, tolls wero increased, but the service
grew worse. In the first five months
of government operation there was a
deficit of close to $4,000,000 for a
company hitherto accustomed to noth
ing but fat surpluses.
And now a general Increase of rates
amounting to 12 per cent will be nec
essary to wipe out the deficit and pro
vide a thin surplUH a surplus, per
haps; then ngaln, perhaps not. For,
ns government operation can wipe out
any surplus that exists ln anything,
government, operation, when there is
no surplus, is an Insurmountable bar
rier against tha creation of one. A
surplus, indeed, however high mo
charges to the public are jacked up.
seems us abhorrent to government
operation as good service.
The touch of tho government In
business Is the touch of death. New
York Sun.
Oassengers
and Baggage
AXYWHERE IX THE CITY
Ql'ICK SERVICE
ItKASOXAHLE HATES
PHONE 187
WesternTransferCo.
Carl Coleman, night clerk at the
Hotel Hall, who has been In San ,
Francisco for the past two weeks on
a vacation visit, returned to Klam-'
oth Falls last night. He report a;
KLAMATH FALLS BRANCH
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Wholesale Grocers
TOBACCO, CIGARS,
CIGARETTES
Oilier ISO S. (till St. Phone 87
E. II. JEFFERSON
' Local Manager
WiMWMAMAAMA
New City Laundry
WE OCAHAXTEH OCR WORK
Shiits anil Collars Laundered
We also wnsli silk, wool anil col
ored goods wry carefully. Try us
once and be coutiiirctl. Our prices
I are right. Plume 1.11.
127 Fourth Street
Hack of First Natlouul Rank
Jessli- L. Liisky Piesents
SESSt'E HAYAKAWA
In
"THE WHITE .MAX'S LAW"
Also
Two Reels of Rig V. Conicily.
Admission II) and SI) rents. Show
Stmts 7::t(l and t):l.1.
TEMPLETHEATER
Mine llird Presents
.MONROE SALISIU'HY
In
"THAT DEVIL, 'IIATEESE'. "
An out door tory of The Ciuiaillnn
Woods.
Also I'liiieisMl Current Kents.
cents Miilincc
7::io it .
Admission to A 1.1
!!.:!(. Eeuings
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
MOTION PICTCRES
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Merrill. Oreuon
GHTEN
UP
THE HIGH COST OF ItEFOR.M
When the government undertook
operation of the railroads at tho be
ginning of 1918 tho people expocled
to derive great benefit from the
change.
In Juno, 1918, they wero called
It iislii); Westinglioiisc Mazda
Lamps in' ALL jour Mickrls.
We make a specialty of lilting
,oii out with the proper Ijpe,
sle and voltage that will Kiwi
j on the most lllit for the least
iiione), and will make free
(lelhery on lump purchases
nuioiihtiliK to .SI, 7.1 or (iter.
Wo Kile u Rogers Silverware
ticket with each IM-cent pur
ihiisf. Link River
Electrical Co.
Till and .Main His
LIBERTY MAT
ER
THE PICK OF THE PICTI'RICS"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
WWMMW
TONIGHT
"LIFE'S GREATEST PROBLEM"
Starring Mitchell Lewis
Coming Thursday and Friday, Theda Bara
"SALOME"
SPECIAL PRICES FOR "SALOME" ONLY
Matinees, all seats, 25c. Evenings, all seats, 35c
DAILY MATINEE
At this Theater at
U.'tiO p. in.
Doors open at li o'clock
MR. HARRY BOREL
Musical Director
AJkiH
Ash Your Dealer
Remjngonm
Grand PrizeMem
3 firearms o Ammunition
Write for CAtMofaip
" ltd
Wl
IfiiW
COLDS
WITH 6USMSS
Dr. King's New Discovery
relieves them and keep
you going on tho Job
Fifty continuous ycara cf almost
UnfailinBclieckingandrclievlngcouEho,
colds and kindred Buffering h t'.c
proud achievement of Dr. King'u N.w
Discovery.
Crandparcnts, fathers, moth 3, l1.. 1
kiddies all have used and r- i..f. t,
it ai the oaf est, surest, mat plsaeaKt
to-takc remedy they know cf.
Sold by all druggists. 60c an.l $1.20.
Keep Bowela On Schcdnb
Late, retarded functioning t'.rovra
the whole day's duties out of gear.
Keep the system clcan3cd, tho appe
tite lively, the etomacli Gtauncli with
Dr. King'o New Life Pills. Mild as:
tonic in action. Sold everywhere. 2Jc.
who will iimiimuiit tlie pollen nln
tlolt xitinilion, iiuniMUU'Kil tlnil tin I
Ioiiiih ror I lie iieiltil imtioliueti hud
heeii oiileii'il 11ml tlmt ilum.t would
he ohleieil In Mn. ul n uicelllir. of j
nhiiini uimiiif leltiein In Atlnutlel
Cli The itimlioii luolmlih will'
tuKe tlii till li) .lone. Ii fiilil
Ai iiiiillliK In Colonel Tll()IUou,
lii kiiiiiiIioii vl inliipli'leil wll
1 nuipi lie I "'I' men, llli'lliillil): t IIhim.
uii'i'liniili liiii-t. nuppli offheiK. ineill
11I nrriiiMN, n cliiiplniu mill runkK 1
l.iiliillUK plilien "I" I"' "I !"i'i ,
11011. M11111I Vnn t'oitlMiiil Pink mill
Slieepvlumil hny Lnli'i. ho ll'l. ' "l'1
lim pinion pmlmlil) HI I" roii'lnut
oil on the topH of D'kIi I'uIIiIIiik ,
Roth liiinl mill koii pluiioi "III he'
After the Hoeloly of N'hIimiin U
forinoil Uoiumn) U 1:111111: i hm,,
liiinl time hrenliliiK Into n.n u 1 o..
riiiucUi'O llullntlit '
toil
KMTHAY SOI'll I
nnii' to my iniieii ii' un
hrlilKO, :i-oiir-olil IIoM.-m, ,,
Inmiileil V !; Willi hn m ,n, 1 n , '
loft ulilo; iimiKi'il iiini ( ,
HkIiI nml nplll In lott . m ( 1, ,rI,.
i: Dmw. .Miinlll 1 ,, "
Men Cliurlon !1 1 1 ' Miiniiti,
Aitmiey, for Indliin i;i 1 n. 1 ii,,.,i
ii"'hnr ! . u
ll'IOll ho Hlllll
i:rn.r him1 woitiuiRs
Villi: N.'AIVST sTRIM-.
SI'.VTI'I I' Aptll I The hlpnt.l
viikori Inn 1' witeil oiei hi IuiIiikI)
iiKiliiMt Kiilin: on .1 -.tiil.e A 1 1 II Hi!
lot liUliei vwiiti-
CONTRACTING
IN CONCRETE
(Vnii'iil WniU of all Itiml,
nml Hiiiillnj;
Let Me Make You an
Estimate
W. D. MILLER
Contractu1
1
. "I'll praUo Tmilne the Ioiikimi ilnv
I !ie for kIIhk 1110 hack my Ii-mMIi,"
snlil Mm. It. W Smith of Sll'l llui
ilett Street, Oiiuilin, Noli rii'oull.
when the special Tmilne lepresentu-i
tlo. who luiil liennl of her leiiifir't-,
al.lo loeovery, cnlleil to iinrortuiii !
farta ,
"Elltht years ami," contlir.i '.I Mn
Smllli, "I lieKim miffeiiiiK fi-nn 1111111 '
nrli troulile, loss of .ippotlto .111 I 1101 -,
MiusnesH. .My hoiul nrhoil ho it th'ns
It fell like It would Jump fi ' 1 uv,
sldnililers Then aeuto rhoiiin ill un
Kot hold of me, and piiltiod mo -. I
eoiild not sloop. Mj feet, knee Joltti
mul elbows would swell terribly 'inl
the pain w.is almost unbearable tie
foio I took Tan l'c I had not been ep
mul about, nor able 10 ko down town
for three Ioiik oars. and was In bed
for ten mouth perfectly holpleis 1
wns under troituieut evor day for
throe months, and I tiled everything
until tho hills Kot so IiIk I dremloil to
think of tlintii. but I never Kot alo
to be out of bed but very little 1
"I siiffeied until I lost thirty five
pounds, but I have Rotten buck evor
ouure of It since I boRiin takltiB Tan
lac. Pretty soon after I stirted on It
my appetite came back mid I got ho
I rotild eat itnthltiK. .My nerves Kot
stroiiKer, anil my pain commeuied to
net less. After the second bottle I(
felt much stronKor, and It w .isn't Ioiik
before I could Ki't about tho house
and do my work. I haven't 11 pain of
any kind now, nnd my sloop Is as
sound mid restful ns ft baby I am
full of llfo and energy and feel fully
nblo to go down town when I please,
ns 1 inn ulk and stay on my feet
all day. In fact I can do as much work,
as I ever could in my life. If not'
more, mid I Just fool so happy over
what Tunlac has done for me that I,
wnnt evorybody to know about It. I ! :
have told lots of people about It al-.
ready and know many who aie lulling'
It on account of what It has done for'
inc.
Tnnlac Is sold In Klamath Kalis by .
the Star Drug Co., mul In I.oiellr lij 1
tho James More, Co. Adv.
A Kno.clcpiitTroiiMe
?:;
KSTk
ir 4
jtxi6c
Starting flighting Batterj Service
w
l-"
D
,ONT put up with iiny little "Devil of
Doubt" In voiirsturtliitl I1.1t lory Mitiilon't
luno to.
An "ExIDC" lUltery Ih "the ftlunt that liven
In 11 box." It lll make 11 reality of tlmt reliable
MTtlce about which Jou'w ilrotinusl, It "III o,lw
you niatliiiiiiii power mul lll cicrl tlmt power
on liiHtnnt ilcnninil. It In emy to ttire for -imi
to repair.
Let us (Irmonstnite lust how you ran make
your starting buttery "lioubl proof."
We olUr free InnpcCllun of till hatterlm.
23 Main St.
JUDD LOW
Phone 22M
You'll, Be Lucky
Apiil I the "Dliiiiionil .Mould," nml If yon "Mill the d'oddo nf
I. ink In sinili 1111 nii llie year Yoiinil you'll put 11 illiiuiond ring
011 her linger, nml eipilp your cm ltli
Diamond Tires
It I- 11 unoil business pruposlllon to Iiim"( In "DbiiuoiiiK"
ill mi) lllne, nml llie .oonor you (In Hie more you will nppiei lule
your guild I111 k,
Klamath Auto Tire Co.
C. R. MARPLE, Prop. ' 120 Sixth St.
THRIFT
For Children
11 We are all creatures of habit, and
upon the habits we form in childhood
depends our future success.
Every boy and girl should be taught
to practice Thrift, to save part of all
money received. Hy
SAVING NICKELS AND DIMES
until they grow. into Dollars, numerous
children lay the foundation of a .suc
cessful career.
11 Set the little feet in the right path hy
opening a Savings. Account. A dollar
will do it.
First State &
Savings Bank
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
AI FALFA SEED n GAR,DE,N SEED-BuIIc and Package Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
.TULiJL J-KM-Jl kJM iM ii J Oregon Standard Punty and Germination 126 South Sixth St. Phone 87