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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I ItlltAV, AI'llll. II
HE RUSSIA LOST PREVIOUS
.Uli: WILLING TO STAY I'XTM,
.11' XK MUST lU'T Alii: ItKLlCT.
A XT Alton' KISKIXC I.1VKS OX
AHCHANT.KL. April 10. In view,,
A.MEIIO.NT.KX. Netherlands. (Cor.
rcfpoudeneo of the Assort Uiil I'resO
All wl-o come Into close connection
with tJu former (Ionium t:iiinoror
'these davs n r i iiiii.'iiimI t ih ili in
of the Ittiatlon which has developed wHch hn3 come over hi behavior ..
anions the American t roans, the of- relation rfi people with whom he Is
flehl circles aie Impressed with tV brought Into contact. His haughty
necessity of nromotlv reliever manner lr." disappeared. He no lone
American soldiers now In North Uusj er takes It for granted that he Is the
s,a- supremo lord to whom all must how
The soldiers have Interpreted the Any service glu-n to him. even by the
Washington statement that they , humblest of gardeners In the employ
would be relieved at the earliest pos-, or Count Hemlock, Is lewnrded with
sihle moment, a meaning not liter apparently sincere thniiks and some
than June 1st. when navigation will , ums 0on vv 1 1 li a genuine handshake
probably be opened, and while they ' n tMne not looked for bv the high
express a willingness to stick It out i-st of his court lets when he was .mil
until then, from loyalty to their of-', at the height of his power,
ficcrs and to American traditions.) V'rtu.l'.ly without exception. Jie
they aie exceedingly reluctant to gojp-sses three hours every morning be
to the front and risk their lives. ,tween breakfast and lunch at his
and not a word ran be drawn i mi
He has ever) thing ho cm hwIII
require. In the way of cieatuio com
foils, hul without actually being im
prisoned he Is confined' to ery
small niea, for he has not dated slum
befoie ChtWtmis to put a fool out
side of the castle grounds, as he
feat's eonucl with the outside world.
There will be a lecture at Moose
hall on Sunday. April i:ith at .1 p. in.,
by Uev W' L, Wilson of the Cmaniicl
DatUlst. church, on "Patriotic Wofk
manshlp." All are Invited. Tho
meeting will be under the auspices
of the Mlllmen and HoMuakers I'lilon.
Local No. 1,764 1 1 -2t
K V., Ilattuis, Assistant I'nssenger
TinfflP Manager or the Southern li
ilflc and Western Pacific rallioads
auuouiiccd today that the fulled
States Itilltoad Adiuliilslratlou had
aiithoilzcd the iulillcatlon of low
louml dip summer tourist fares to
western resoit.s lu the Sierras, and
Sanl.i Crux mountains, to Lake Ta
I'iio, Yosemlle VilloA. t'taler Lake.
Vellowslone Talk. Ulirler I'nrli,
i; i ii ml t iiiiuui. Simula mid I'ealher,
ltei lentous and puicllrtlly all oth-l
er Mtinmer iomiiIh to which It Un'
been custoinar) to sell titltilinor tick
ets III Hie past
The siles dales will he Mli 30 to
Septeinber 30, liicluslM', except fif
teen day tickets will le Hold on Trl
ilii) and Situidii). Thele will he two
geneial classes or fuien for tickets,
limited to thlee moiith.s ftoiu illilu of
sale. rarrleiH under I'edeial ioiiIioIi
will make a ledm-thm of twenty per-.
lent fioui double the one way fare,
and for the fifteen day tickets sold on
KHdaj and Satiud.iy, the ledmllon
Wilt llll llllll.lllllil Mir.
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HUH ttiau (out It it n,l ,,, 0,ll'
The Quality Marin i
iiouuce Hint It Is ih.u
' 'r lm
ni'HM ut 1 1 '.'I! Main Ntn i
all older promptu , i,,.,.,,. '" "H
each day. In Hi i,?."1
"'"i mil mi
Men Charles S i' i
ARimcy, for Indian gri
I Will ut
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In Klitnialh Kails, mil. , hi tu, lr. ,J
bultilltiK. nhoe SiiKatiiuiii r '.
voluntary task of sawing logs In the
I m omuls of the castle. The List ten
' ltltmitpa nf .ilnh linltr li ilvi, mi In
BACK FOR A VISIT a spell of rest during wfiich the lum-
berman, once so imperious, smokes a
Judge .1. S. Orr. a pioneer resident ' light ctrarette. In the course of this
of Klamsth County who was County,
Judge of Klamath In the early nine-j
ties and who set out the big trees In j
the Court yard In J891. has returned
from Reno Nevada, where he was
cl'cult judge for several terms and
where he Is now practicing law. He
Interval heartily welcomed by his
attendant who assists at the other
end of tho double-handled saw now
used William Hnhenzollern starts
smoking, for tho attendants still re
tain enough of their subjectivity not
to dare to take the leul. Then one of
Is visiting his many frle'nds here and I the attendants dlscretly Crtivvg n clg
disruysing the early days. ! nrette case trom his pocket, on see
Judge Orr is greatly Impressed i Ing which the former Emperor often
over the changes that have been says, offering his burning cigarette
brought about since the occasion of "Here jou are. Take a light."
his Inst visit and believe.? that there1 Soon all about him are smoking
i- a great future In store tor the city rnd continue doing so until the ten
and county. The visitor Is n brother' minute interval is over and work
of Marshall Orr or the Olene district ' begins again. Oft timed In these ino-t
and has property interests here.
LKCTCUK H)l! M1LLMKX SUNDAY
rests the former Kmpress who, dur
ing the work walks about In the Cas.
tie grounds when the weather Is fiv
orable, comes up-to the place where
'Patriotic Workmanship" is to be the wood sawing Is done anil a lime
the subject of a lecture at the Moo.se i general chat ensues, both Herr Ho
Hall on Sunday afternoon especially ' henzollerq and his wife putting qu&s
for the benefit of the mill men; of tlons on all sorts of subjects to those
this city by the Rev. W. L. Wilson ! In attendance.
of the Emmanuel Baptist Church. As a rule, the former Emperor Is
The local Mlllmen and Boxmakers extremely talkative. He dwells great
Union has arranged for this address ' lv on happening- In C.erniany. both
Everyone U cordially Invited. !"' and present. Often lie Is In a
m -I complaining mood, when he blames
AXXOUXCKMKXT all and sundry for what has occur-
red. It does not beem to enter his
A private dancing class will be held' mind that any of the fault lies with
at Moose Hall. Friday evening at 8,nu At thee times he expresses sor.
o'clock, teaching the "rioradora" ron. for the asperty 0f his titter-
F0I'n' t-nvn u-iii.mn.m. antes. On other occasions these are
INSTRUCTOR, i more rare lie closes up like a clam
How to Prevent Future .
The Children Can
Romp and Play in
Buster Brown Shoes
The feet are the only part of the growing body that
is encased in a rigid covering. Shoes, instead of
Nature, shape the feet. The shoes must be correctly
shaped and fitted, or the feet will suffer.
We are sole agents for Buster Brown shoes, which
are scientifically designed to give the correct shape
jto shoes" for every age from 2 tb 16 to support and
develop the soft, pliable bones and tender muscles of
the feet; to prevent broken arches, and other foot ail
"ments that come from incorrectly shaped and ill-fitting
Buster Brown Shoes at $3.00, $3.50, .$4.00 and up,
According to style and size and in various leathers.
The place where they are particular about fitting
The Woman's Store
ONLY EIGHT DAYS
So next week will be very important days in the Woman'i Store, especially in
the Suit and Tailored Sections, where they insist on fitting things perfectly be
fore she can wear them. May we suggest early shopping this Easter week. The
demand will be so great that those who buy too close to Easter Sunday cannot
expect the selection that we have on hand at present.
Her Easter Suit or Wrap
May be- bought here for $25.00 or for $00.00 or many of the prices in be
tween; but she'll find it the one of all she likes the best, and she will have it
fitted in time, ready and lovely for Easter morning, if she makes her shopping
day when assortments are best and service is unhurried and unruffled.
Some beautiful models with vests and with elegant buttons. Semi-fitted
Box Coat Suit, beautifully braided it hi's the vest.
Dolmans, Capes and Coats
For street wear, afternoon and evening are marshalled in wonderful color
ings, materials and models. We are able to show some very excellent things
at moderate prices, $20.00 to $60.00.
There are dozens of pretty frocks in Taffeta Silks, in Crepe de Chine, as well as
Serges and Poplin. Peg-top Skirts falling narrow at the feet; pannier effects,
some embroidered; beaded Georgette dresses. The woman wearing sizes any
where from 16 to 44. At very attractive prices, $12.50 and up to $35.00.
w i J
Nemo Corsets the style foundation for Easter
liecause corsetry means the foundation on
which to build for a cliarmltiK tout ensemble.
Hero are different numbers for different figure
types: 40.1 for stout lljures of medium IioIkIU
is to be had In sizes 23 to .16 for ltd; .103 for'
the heavy hip and thigh figure which reiiulres
no alidolnlnnl support. sizes 21 to :i(! for Kit;
752, the smnllor type, for tho slight hip and
thigh figure. Is to be had In lovely brocade,
sizes 22 to 34, for 910.
of pink brocade poplin are medium bust,
clastic top, front clasp.lU.,'Mt.
NEW INFANTS' WEAR ' (
The Infants' Wear Department now occupies one
third space of our new Keady-to-Wear Department,
where it is in richly fitted sunlight quarters. New and
greatly augmented stocks are displayed, in connec
tion with our Infants' Department. You will find a
complete stock of art goods, with competent assist
ants, who will be pleased to give lessons on all kinds
of fancy work. Same can be arranged by special ap
pointment. Ladies' Rest Room can be found in rear of our In
NOVELTY DRESS VOILES
In quaintly beautiful designs, bordering on foulard
effects ,and entirely different effects than have before
been seen. A choice assortment just arrived in all
colored grounds and designs. Medium and dark
shades 40-inch widths at 40c, 50c, 60c the yard.
That are dainty, pretty affairs- for wear under the
Easter Suit. We have a splendid array of those
charming frilly-neck models, that are so girlish and
new. Some are plain, some 'are in Van Dyke points,
and the shades make you think of a flower garden.
These blouses are unusual for $5.00 to $10.00.
New shades and subtle color combinations, joyous
and appealing. Clever and effective striped and all
over designs, checks, geometrical designs, and dainty
Batik patterns of exquisite beauty in the Pussy Wil
low Foulards. Our showing is without doubt the
most beautiful in quality, colorings and diverse as
sortments. 3G-inch widths, $2.50 the yard.
The light, medium and dark colors have equal
share in the Spring's fashionable demand, and most
'strikingly effective in its combination with Georgette
Crepes plain shades.
SILK GEORGETTE CREPES
In the plain shades. 40-inch widths for dresses,
blouses, combination uses, the better negligees and
undergarments, priced $2.50 the yard.
Nationally Known Nationally Favored
" Nationally Advertised
Wirthmore & Welworth Waist
The Ladies' Home Journal for March carries the
first of a series of advertisements which will tell
simply and interestingly the Wirthmore Story, of
how it is possible to get out such really excellent
waists at prices so very moderate,' of the whole
some and healthful conditions under which waists
are made ,and what the Wirthmor and Welworth
labels always stand for.
$1.50 and $2.50.
America's only known price waists, and
sold at the same low price the nation over
kxci.uhivk imv coons
Most complete In eicry de
partment. Write for Fico
Monthly Fashion Khecl.
H. N. MOE
May llli lo lOlh. IHk """'
for Motlii'ih mill lluhfci.