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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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WASHINGTON.- D. C, April 12
President Wilson will rotnrn to Am
crlcn the most "musRoit" man In hN.
tory. Information has reached the
senate that no less than 270 enlUt
eil men In the photographic section
of the American army are being hehl
under orders In Paris. They want to
come home and pet their discharges,
it was stated The work In their regu
lar line of duty could be performed
better at home. It Is said. Hut the
are kept In Paris, so the story runs,
because man of them are necessary
to do the iihotncrapliliic of thepresi
dent and the peace delegation.
This information came to Sena
tor Polndexter, of Washington, in
a letter from one of the enlisted
photographers. Senator Polndexter's
informant stated that all of the men
were anxious to get home, but were
held In the service to devote much of
their time to taking pictures of the
CHICAGO. April 12 '--The state of
Illinois won n victory oxer the feder.
nl government here when Snnorlm-
Judge Koell made permanent an In
junction granted Inst February rc
stritulng tho American Telephone
and Telegraph company and Post
master General Tlurleson from In
creasing telephone rates In the state
The derision is the tlrst glen In a
number of suits In virions state
wherein Increased rat oh were tested
In the courts In making the Injunc
tion permanent Judge Koell affirmed
the exclusive right of tho state In le
gulatlng telephone rates.
The temporary injunction was
griuted on request of Attorney Gen
eral Hrandage of Illinois the dny be
fore the. new rates were to go Into
effect all over the country.
According to Examiner Kied Itnsch
of the state public service commls
sum tne Illinois case will nave no
lUKKK.Vs IIKArTUTl.lil .WD UU
sTm:s its n.utu.u. count
AND I.C.NTItl-: AT O.NCE
Common garden sage brewed into
a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol
added, will tin n gray, streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and lux-i
urlnn-. Mixing the Sage Te.i and Sul
phur recipe at home, though, Is tron-i
blesome. An easier way N to get the spiead of I. so feet and will lie driven
ready toitse preparation Improved by In four sOO horsepower motois It is
J AMtTYVIU.i:. N Y . Apill 12
I Work Is under way here on a huge
airplane of new design with which
an attempt Is to be made within tin
dac to criiHM the Atlantic and win
the $l2fl,inii in ptUe money offeieil
I for the llrst fl.ver who accomplishes
Mil great feat.
I'he new plane Is to have a w Ing
le) the pioneer In iieiouailtle lliventl
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ration mm i'mmm iiiii'ni in "in w iiitr
Two (hi ee hliuteil lopellIH, 21
feel In diameter, ciipublii of making
i'.ihi revolution!) a minute, will fuiii-,
lid. the driving foice and the big
iii'ii'liliiK will be continued through-'
out by elect ilclty, even the coot ml
cable being wound and unwound hy
elect tie milium. '
Two pilot's, .Tilted In Mipiiratit coin-1
pniliueulH. will work iilteruately it'll '
lug tho dip and the motiiiH will he I
so ariingeil that one citu he cut -nit I
for lepalls without affecting the olh-
TIN' cien will he lomfortahly lit) mm -
e-l In the body of the machine iul
mi Hit li. .. .
cine of kiim. n '" In
cole A' Niuilli, tlilil ,in
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W. D. MILLER
the nddittou of other liigiedlenti,
:ostlng about f0 cents a large bottle,
at drug store, known as "Wjoth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound," thui
nvotdliig a lot of muss
While gray, faded hair Is not sin
fill, we all desire to retain our jouth
ful nppcarauie and attractiveness Hi
darkening jour hair with Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one
can tell, because It Is done so natur
ally, so evenly. You Just dampen a
sponge or soft brush with It and draw
fhljt fhriinih vnnr hutr tnLltii- iimm
president and making prints of neg- he.irlllK nt rpsent In Oregon, as the small strand at a time, by morning
Oregon situation Is not analogous, all gray hairs have disappeared. Af-
The Oregon case is before the coin
mission on a question of whether or
not the proposed raise Is Justified. A
declsjton Is expected In the near fu
ture. No case has been 'brought In
court In Oregon, as the postmaster
general did not order the raise In ef
fect due to protects, leaving It be
fore the state commission for a de-ci3lon.
When Major Griffin, the official
photographer with the Wilson party,
reached Paris on the 1st trip of the
president he turned over to the army
photographic section no less than
300 negatives taken on the trip
across the Atlantic A number of
photographers were put to work turn
ing out prlntB. with the result that
nproxlmately ."000 wero produced,
the letter stated.
One en'Isted man was detailed to
accompany the president to England
and Italy. He returned with no less
than 460 negatives, showing the pre
sident In a multiplicity of poses re
ceiving the plaudits of the admiring
populace. Approximately 1700 -prints
were made, 900 enlargements were
prepared and 700 picture postcards
were produced, according to the letter.
ter another application or two your,
hair becomes dark, glossy, (.oft, and
luxuriant, and ou appear eani
expected to develop a speid of I If
miles an hour and to nrike the rroim
Ing from New York to Queen-down,
l.i'iidon or III fit lu 30 hours
New City Laundry
Wi: (U'AltANTI'.i: Ot'lt WOltK i
Shirt mill Collar laundered !
We nl-o wa-di Ilk. wool and col
oroit giMiiN vrr) carefully. Try u
once anil lie romlnced. Our prlcr
lire right. Phono 1.11. j
127 Fourth Street
Hack of I-'lrt National Hank
IIT'S HERE AT LAST
IS .NOT UIXl'.MKl)
M N T
PORTLAND, April 12 Oregon's
c:son campaign against forest fire-?
by the portioned meeting of the
standardisation committee of tV
Western Forestry and Conaervntir-1
association will be launched Anril
24 and 25 at the Multnomah hotel.
George II. Cecil. I. S. district forev
er is chairman of the committee and
has planned many subjects for ln
russlon which are of Interest both
to tho timber owner and to men in
charge of forest fire work.
"Larger Use of Automobile Pi
trol," Is one topic for consideration.
Other subjects are: "Securing War
dens and -Patrolmen," "Railroad
Fires and Co-operation," "Elimina
tion of Fire Hazard On Cut-over
Areas of the Spruce Production Cor
poration," "Disposal of Had Firo,
Traps," "Fire Plans (Patrol Methods,
Fire Fighting Plins, Etc )" "Map
making." "Control of Camping Places
and Other Contact with Public "
"Spring Publicity Work," "Fire Pro.
tection In Logging Operations," "Pro
secution of Forest Fire Law Viola
tions," "Equipment Purchase."
E. T. Allen, forester for the West
ern Forestry & Conservation associa
tion, who has been In Washington, D.
C, and New York, and who was ap
pointed by Colonel W. IT. Brown to
assist In "The Lumbermen Soldier
Welfare Fundi and the Ite-employ-ment
Question," will return to Port
land about April 21, according to re
cent communications from him.
LONDON. April 11. With the
s'gnlng of the armistice It was ev
nected that building operations In
London, suspended by the war. would
be quickly resumed. Hut so far there
are so signs of a renowal of work
on a dozen or more huge unfinished
structures in various parts of the
Labor unrest Is the cause apsicnvl
'i one big contractor for this state
of affairs. "If it were not for, the
lubor unrest," he said, "I believe w-e
should be so busy that wo could "m
ploy the services of every man avail
able. The unrest is not confined to
the building world. Manufacturers,
bai ks, insurance companies and oth
er large corporations which have been
thinking of rebuilding are for tho
present holding their hands."
Buy your gasoline
where you can SEE it
measured. We have
the only visible GAS
OLINE Dispenser in
It's your own fault
if you don't get full
It's something new;
come and see it.
Wo lmi frri- nlr for your
t In- ; iilvvun plenty of It.
"Hey, Kellem. come on over here a
minute, t want to tell nu something.
"What tin .vim know about this
Pail sajs he's going to 11 up the old
car ia lie's going to put on
all nroiiuil, and us kids can run 'er
to death if vvc want lo.
"Had says tires are like the half
Miles on a Ihij'n shoes If ou don't
use the best ou're losing out. and
that's the iraxiu lie Is putting on
Diamond Tire- He sas ou can't
hardly near 'em out."
KLAMATH AUTO TIRE CO.
('. It. M.UU'Li:, Prop. 1UO Slvtli St.
See Harry Telford for tractor plow
ing. Address Klamath Falls, Merrill
Keep down tho goplier pest with a
.22 caliber Remington and hollow
point cartridges. 3-12t
Pumping and Irrigating
Plants of All Kinds
G. C. LORENZ
123 North 6th St.
Our business is growing in
size because of the quality of
our merchandise and quality
of service. Purchases are
made on quality fiirst then
Wo believe that our busi
ness will grow, as your confi
dence in us grows.
AUTO BLUE BOOK
ITT TflT(r nil-rr.
In terminating my business with the
residents of this community, I wish at
this time to express my gratification at
the patronage tendered me in mv seven
years .of business in Klamath Falls. I
have endeavored to treat my huge list
of customers in a manner which would
bring about continued patronage and
friendship, and the business which I
now turn over to my successors is an evi
dence of the degree I have succeeded in
this policy, i bespeak for the new man
agement of the Ford Garage the saint'
patronage that I have enjoyed.
There will he a lecture nt Moose
hall on Sunday, April 13th at 3 p. m.,
hy Rev. W. L. Wilson oftho Emanuei
Uaptlst church, on "Patriotic W'ork
nianshlp." AH are Invited. Tho
meotlng will ho under the auspices
of the Millmen and DoxmakorM Union,
Local No. 1,764. ll-2t
Sea Charles S. Hood, Klamath
Agency, for Indian gra:Ing lands and
r and Baggage
AWWUKKK IX TIIIJ CITV
Chili Con Carna
I'luine orders taken for Salads
and Fl&liei-iui'ii'N Jauitlies
Delicatessen Lunches served ns
ou like tlifiu.
Just around tho corner on 7th.
We cater to I,adles
O, i:. Itao Atnold V. Hake
of battery troubles.
car with ail .
"Exfoe" Battery i
backed by .
23 Main St. Phone 22M
I ,iaa fl"Y' . sw&7C?fisi
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THIS New Sttidcbnkcr LIGHT
SIX is distiiuruislied .is a
liiRli-qnality lijilit six-cylinder
air at a remarkably low puce. Its
light weight, low gasoline consump
tion, splendid durability make it one
or tne most economical cars to own
Its hmple five-passenger body
gives plenty of room for the whole
family real comfort and exception
ally easy-riding features for a car
of such moderate wheelbase and
Beautiful in Design ''S'11 weight.
Thoroughly Modern Its power resources are marvel
Mechanically Right ous. It will travel 55 to (0 miles an
hour over country roads without
unpleasant vibration or apparent
effort. It is responsive gets away
at a touch of the throttle.
Come in and let us give you a
DUNHAM AUTO CO.
403 W. Sixth St.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Our repair department is exclusively con
trolled by Morrison and Peterson. These
men are expert machinists and electricians,
will give you guaranteed service, and their
charges will be reasonable.
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