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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1919)
MUNIIAV, Al'ltlt. 7, nun
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
If You Want to Be in the Fashion Swim
this spring choose one of the many attractive waist-seam mod
els that we are now showing. They are
known the country over for their superior style and wear, and
the spring styles are better than ever. Don't buy your spring
suit until you see ours.'
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
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Ml A If l
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You'll Be Lucky
April Is the "Diamond Month," and If jou want the Goddess of
Lack to smile, on you the jenr 'round jou'll put n diamond ring
on her finger, nnil equip jour car with
It is a roo business proposition to invest In "Diamonds"
at any time, and the sooner you do the more ou Hill appreciate
jour good luck.
Klamath Auto Tire Co.
C R. MARPLE, Prop. 120 Sixth St.
PERFECTION IN QUALITY
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
ASK GARICH HE KNOWS
Garich's Quality Grocery
LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR Klamath Falls, Oregon
220 Main St Phone 326
Liberty Theater AGAIN
fiPlgpfj'fDR nEEDOt-WmMim. PRODUCTION tE
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Matinees every day at 2:30
Prices 10 and 20c
Local Red Cross
.'. Activities .'.
'oriucr President Tnfl xuk II Is TOO LATF TO PI AmilFV
ilillr nf tlm I nlt-.l MM In lin ' UU LA ' miA5b.fr Y
roniii u iiioiiiTmm "I Mi" nimiiy in nu
tlims If Kiiropn lum the power I" 'OltSAI.I. heap, flnn wutnr pnwtr
force us Into war ullli-nlll). Hum washing iiiiirhliio, like new 9111
I'liclu Sum miiHi got 11 Utile power tn '' l II
keep Ktiropo out nf win wllly-nlll)
LONDON', (Corrcsponilonco of tlio
Associated Press.) Just as soon as
aircraft regulations have been de
finite arranged by the Peace Con- rson, C. Howman, Hazel Howman,
ferenco, an airplane passenger and I Geo. Wright. It. C. Anderson, D. Stu.
freight sorvlco, will be Inaugurated kol, F. Stukcl.
between the principal cities of Eng
land and the continent. It Is an
nounced. It will be an experiment
only lnsofjr as the whims of the
public are concerned, as the fifteen
machines to be used all saw more
trying service In night bombing work
during the latter months of the war.
There is no doubt in the minds of
the promoters that the project wil.
be popular at first among those who
enjoy adventure and are not hamper-
Tl-osu present at the Red C ns
room In Merrill last Mopdrv wero
t": Mesdames Hazel Pav. man. .. I'
liau Wright, R. li. Andirsor.. 1'red
Si.iKel, Joe Sttikel, O. K. Punorer I
II C Anderson and C. M Ucrrltt ; tk DAI.I.KS. April S. Ju bad
Thoso present on Tuesday vB'n ,,, WMhlnslun, niter 1111 :i'i'np u(
Mosclnmos Geo. Wilson. 11. II. And- ,r t.. s.,zr. foiicrrxsniati V
-" Slunott b lie. ci thnt the imii'Ii
will act :aoriMy upon the l.i.n;t
of Nations, provided that nmonil-
inputs such 11s those suggested by
I'och wept when li signed the
armistice The lluus wimp every time
ho signs 1111 extension tlroouvlllu
I'lUST CLASS cook, hit I rook nncl
waller want Jobs In lumber rump
Kmiulrn Houston hntiitu 7 tl
"MIi'Kiij" lit Dm I.lbnrl Krlilii)
anil Saturday T It
Jed by lack of funds but, In making
0. S. ENTRANCE
1 the announcement of the new service,
I P. Handley Page said that his com
jpany wanted to put the servico pure.
! ly on a business basis and that
j charges would not be out of reach of
'the average merchant who might
' want goods transported quickly ot
make quick trips in Europe.
Announcement of the plans wasl
undo slmultaneausly with the first
IpuEIIc exhibition of a passengcr-car-
nlnc airnlane in London. The plane
is one of the night bombers with i
the fuselage equipped to pccomoditn
seventeen nassenccrs. It saw sen Ice I LONDON. April 7. -London on
over Gorman cities but appeared Friday celebrated the second annl-
vcrsary 01 rresluont w nson s speccu
announcing America's entry Into the
Wednesday Mesdames Geo. Wil
son, J. W Taylor, Grace Taylor, Joo
Stukel. E. M. llubb. Fred Stukel. R.
C. Anderson, I). Stukel, R. II. Andcr
son and R. L. Ualton.
Thursday Mesdames Fred Stukel.
E. M. Uubb, R. C. Anderson, C. M
Merrltt, A. Hammond, K. M. Horn-
mond and R. II. Anderson.
Friday Mesdames R. II. Ander
son, R. C. Anderson, E. M. Ham
mond, A. Hammond, R. L. Ualton,
George Wilson, D. Stukel, Fred Stuk.
Mr. Hughes are Incorporated In the
oncnint. At the present time, dm
grejsmin Slnnott declared, the sen-
,tlmcnt In congress is opnse to the
covenant. Especial menace to Ameri
can commerce Is seen by C'otigieis
iiinn Slnnott, who believes Unit the
no-called enuallt) on the sen would
militate to the. disadvantage of this
country by removing the protection
to coustwlse shipping and threaten
ing our commerce with the Insular
Attorney Roger II. Slnnott was
here from Portland to greet his
brother. If time parmlts, the hitter
plans to visit sovoral sections In his
district which nre Interested In Iril
gullon ind homestead laws now pend
ing beforo congress. Ho had illffliultv
in getting away from Washington,
one of the pilnclpnl reasons being
the large number of appeils which he
is -niching from Oregon mothers
nsKlng that ho use his Influnnre in
xec.irc the dlsclnrge of theii sons
fr.im the army or navy
much different on exhibition. Huge
glass windows had been cut into the
j'des of the fuselage 3howing the sa
1 Ron fitted with heavily unholstero''
leather chads lined on each side of
the carriage with a narrow isle be
tween. Space Is provided for slxtea'i
passengers inside. The seventeentn
one sits outside In tho very "bow" of
the machine In the seat formerly oc
cupied by a gunner.
The machine has a lifting capacity
of six and one half tons exclusive of
Its own weight. Is fitted with four
motors, two tractors and two pushers
and travels at an average speed of
100 miles an hour.
The company which will operate
the .service already has laid Its plans
for petting business and for "feeder"
services tapping Its main lines of
t.-j-vel. E. J. Bray, formorl.' European
traffic representative of the National
Railway of Mexico, has became traf
fic manr.ger of tho If imlley Page,
Ltd., and Is at work on purely the
traffic end of tho enterprise.
Those Interested 'In tho projuct
point out tfiat as far as the machines
nro concerned this Is not an experi
ment and maintain that It is tho
most ambitious plan jet conceived
for commercial use of the airplane.
No especial effort will ho mado to
get great speed but evory effort will
be made, as tho service Increases to
construct largor machines which will
glvo passengers greater easo and
freedom and will bp capable of carry
ing several tons of freight.
A Clear, Rosy Complexion
Is But the Reflexion ot
Pure Rich Blood
Pallor indicates weakness while a rosy color signifies
strength. The ruddy glow of health is but the reflec
tion of pure, rjch blood showing through the skin.
All the face creams, lotions, etc., cannot give you a
clear, healthy complexion and soft, velvety skin if
your blood is impure or impoverished.
HOT SPRINGS BLOOD REMEDY
will build rich, red blood and restore new life and
vigor to every organ of the body, and with this new
vigor will coniQ the surface signal of health in the
form of a perfect complexion. Price $1.00.
Spring is a good time to clean-up your system and
clear-up your complexion.
The city was ablaze with red, white
and blue. From hundreds of house
tops Old Glory fluttered.
A number of London churches,
clubs and other Institutions arranged
for special services of thanksgiving.
Other cities and towns thruout tho
Hrltish Isles are holding similar cele
brations. At Westminster Abbey thcro was a
memorial service at noon. The dean
of Westminster preached and detach
ments of the American forccj, depu
tations from the American embassy
and prominent American and Anglo.
American bodies In London attended
The English-speaking union, an Anglo-American
body, arranged this serv
T1IK PARISIAN IIKAl'TV SHOP
The Harper Methoil
ot Scalp Treatment and Shampoo
ing. Facial Treatment,
nil) Main St. Phono illld
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
Where, particular people
duy their drugs
DAIRY ItANCIIKIl VISITS.
Ross Sutton, a well known farmer
of the Dairy district was In town
looking after buslncs.3 Interests at
tho County seat Saturday.
Came to tny placo laBt October, ono
Hereford cow and calf; no brand vis
ible; marked under half crop in left
ear and smooth crop and swallow
fork In right. Owner can have same
by proving property and paying ex
penses. Also, one Holsteln cow, no brand
vlslblo; marked, what looks like small
Icurnlliu. fnrt Iti ,-lfrlit nnt M tltiAV
"'""'', fame to mv placo February 1,
1918, Owned can havo same by prov
CHRISTIANIA.-Tho Hrltish 1e-, Pa7B expenses.
.gallon recently challenged tno Am- j. n. Stiles, Eell Stock Farm. 7-3t
orlcan legation to a bIx mile ski raco,
and ten members of each organiza
tion took part In tho contest. The
Americans won with 37 points
against eighteen for tho English.
"Mickey" nt tho Liberty Friday
and Saturduy 7-4t
See Harry Telford for tractor plow
ing. Address Klamath Falls, Merrill
Tho Jap says ho Is proud of his rec
ord in tho Pacific. Suro. But prldo
Isn't u valid title to real , estate.
i Order Your Suit Now
Clothes are cheaper now
And you get the benefit of it here. Just received
samples of All-Wool Worsteds to sell at
and Tailor-Made, mind you. THE LARGEST
LINE IN TOWN. FIT AND WORKMANSHIP
GUARANTEED. LATEST STYLES.
Dr6w & Merrill
Corner Sixth and Main.
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