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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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HUGE SUM IS
I DISEASES ' OF INFLUENCE
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UttE COLLEGE LIST
lonsun to In? proud Tim latest to gain
publU notice N Mrs Don .1 '.umwnlt,
WllOUli llcllgllltllll) Pleasing 'l'i' I"11
HO often I'lilinill'lt till! people of till'
ill) Mis Kitmwnlt bus been sojourn
Iiik In Cillfoinln for tin' I'KKt )or
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pnsior iiiiv it ii tiiiKUM, "ii" mm iiiiiiik ii pi in imtlli ft mi
iciontly iihImmI from I'm timid 'lilniiinun'K ill in,,,., , B "Mb,
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A lot iiiljiu-iint In tlio church Ml ho MilmiMiuentl.
lllli HI. belonging to II S (IiIknIi)' , innn nvnr i)u , ,
linn been imii'li.iKi'il for $ I MM), ', mid k hmi u ,.,,
niulliiL- in mi iiiiiinnin-onieiit iniulo
toil'U Tin1 old Inn II there I being
for tlio benefit of lii'i- health, nml lul- limlovml m n, mt, lie mi
Tho Rockefeller Foundation of lU'IlKIN, Aull 12. (Correspond.
Xow York intends to spend Its :v. enco of the Associated Press.) Tho
come, approximately JG.7S0.non for Sinn Folneis aie preparing ory thor
oue year. In fighting il'easo In r! , ""P"'-' r the capture, nt the next
oik countries. Of thU amount VJ.S'iT- 0,lH't"s. of complete lontiol of the
ISO will be for mibllo health on ,risU ,oosl lHcs. The work of
3.T2t5.504 for medical education ,-vs '"! Piopignnda nlronily ha.l
The ether Items of the budget in-' l,ccun- As "" 0,1,or organization Is
"Hide $103,000 for' miscellaneous ' ,mllaH-r I'reparoil. It Is considered
raiments and JUC.0G2 for nilminls. "MJ'J """ u" m" rem l,l! will
COl XT llltill M'HUOI, Willi
nicim:i:. otiilus i statu
is ii..n:i ov ati!i:iiti.1
oi.i,i:;i: list !
tU.HM, Apill 12. Klglut'Cl Oio.
K.i' high school t, lucl'idlp? foil I in,
I'oitl ml, weie meredlte:! b tlieioin-'
inUslon on accrediting nt the In-
laigod ami lemodtdt'il for the nun of
the new piiHlor
MEDFORD OFFICER IS
FIRED FOR BOOZING
MKDI'OUD. Apill 12 UentiiNii ho
was illHi'iiMnml ililnttlliK Mime of tlio
ullileliro III the I. II .lew liiinlloKKltlK
(mo, Night Officer William (Iiurett
ha heen dim barged floin the pollen
fiiico by MiiMir (', I! (lutes n
Sneclal Officer W K McKiirnon.
I'llllHi) of I bin II
hllll to limlgti
lint I lie I n I, . i, ,
wiim no piiionl ii ,i
officio's flKhlliii i,
chill red with II
mine nbune ,,,,,
fllle, tout ih patli in.
oiiicni h Hiiliir? iim, , ,,
The pnhllc heilth scthltles will
consist chleflv of efforts against yel
low feter, tuberculosis In Franco,
malaria and hookworm. Tl'e yellow
fcer commission, headed bv Conor
al William C. Corg-s. will sntl .-hoil.
ly for Central and South America
n:i;l Ii la hoped that It will Hurceel
In entirely eliminating the disease.
The Commission on tube-c.ilosis
iVhioh dnrlnp: the war ws operittuir
fin franca wiui me American lieu
Cross, will continue It work on an
cnlni'red scale at tlje request of the
F.-onch authorities. Demonstration-?
showing bow to control malaria will
be carried on In two of the southern
states, and n compaicn against book
v.onn will be wasred not only l.i
tTvcl-p states of Americi but In twin.
ty one foreign countries us well. .
In addition to this public health
work to be carried out by thei Foun
dation's International Health Board.
aor.roprlatlons ln"e been ma' firj
simile.' In Mental Hygiene .in-1 P'th-I
,'c Hccltb at John l!opkin3 I'mer-
3i! v, and for the development of pub
He health nursing.
The chief work of the Foundation
In medical education, according to
tbe announcement, will be In connec
tion with the development of train
ing in modern scientific medicine in
China. The Foundation's Chinr.
Medical Board is organizing i medi
cal centre at Peking, which will be
opened In the fa'l, and It Is propos
ed to open another medical 's-chool
jsnd hospital at Shanghai. It is the)
plan of the Foundation to co-operate
-rltli otier organizations already es
tablished in China ami to fiirnlh
fellowships for medical study In Am.
erica by Chinese physicians and nurs
es and by medic ii mlsslonaile-i on
est lepoiN llldliule tint the IllipiOM'
incut him been gie.it enough m win
mill the I'vpocliitlnii of her retnin to
her homo nml mini) friends hem III
the nenr fuluie.
The folloHlug Items from iiiples of
the San Jose Merciuy lll bo of In
teiest to Mm 'umiilt'it miiti)
rilendrt mid fol nier pupil.
The pi og Mil concluded by an In
teipietiitlon of ItusHlau music by Airs
ii in wait uhn linx uiilisliiil nblllO
belli in a plnnlht nml a noloUl. Her
comiiicuts on the different eoinponoiH
t i .1. ..I......... i.t .k.lmintlitli
hind l.mplre Teachers' association i";,,,n ,',f' ', t,rmm. , elude ho iilie.tcd l.u Jt Siindny. ro
conxeiilion In Spokane lam week, ar- , ,.ll...1....i..()ff !,,,,! n,,, (,ior- trne.t to the police utallnit last
entiling to u ropoit brought bark b.v,f ,mitrnls In their iiiunlc. fiotu tlm n( )( m), t itittl lie found (iaiiett Kriink Hoxtoii
K P. t'nileton. iisslstnnt state school ! nml majestic to the Jlislitur vein.
superintendent for Oiegon, ho N ..K'WihT 1" piee'e ' ' M
member of the commission. Tito p-,u'mHt then dlllhteil her iiudlenre
ciei'ltliig of schools makei their grail- x nil "Mother Peiireit." and other
nates ellgihlo for entiniice Into any folk mugs In bippler iiinod. by ro-
"""'. thr. 1
i'"lil ih. ,.,. I
OUh I...,. .
nml mini l.li. .. ' "1
be successful, and that In the major
Itv of cases the local goeriiiueiits
v-111 pass Into Sinn Fein hands.
At least four thousand (iuaiilliuis
and a slmllir number of District
Cotllirlllois nml innni- hitmltiil nf
,i ,.. " ,.... .... . . .. ....i. .. i.. i.. ... n in. .ii kIh. nine n rendition of
veumv ihi i roan councillors win staiitiarn uuiege or uuneisuj in uif - ; -:- i,V iim.r . k4 -'i-,iko
"I- .11. -VII i- IlllVllllill V-. I lllll'll Ol 'If- llltlilllll V ll 111111.11. 'II.
(rid tinned nm i
htiit eenliiv t."
Mile rheli In I .
Thulium and huin
I.AM Ml, III-
u Ml 'Mniinn,
1 "I Uklfc
' "I'tlnn w,
1,1 '1'iit K il
NVt'oti'llty, the principal organ of The four Portland high schools nc
Sinn Fein says concerning the elec-
Jefferson nml Washington, and tlio
tlen: "It will glvo us nn opportunity
of prrnlng to tbe world what Ire
land i an do In the domain of self
government and vlll prepare the
country for the greiter task of na
tional government later on "
The Sinn Fein leaders have not
explained how they propose to oper- requirements, but leports had to be
ato local government bodies npnrt i returned for nddltlon.il information
from tbe control of the British gov- and will bo passed upon lining the
eminent. The local bodies litivo the next 30 dn). Applications were pass
power to levy and spend very large e.l upon from Oregon, Washington,
' The featuie of Iho afternoon wns
credited are Franklin. Jnmes John. I the music b .Mrs. I). J. .iiniuiii '"
bus olce ot r'ro cnaiiu, mie hi-iikiii-
...i i.. 11..1... ...., .tltli tlm rtiillllon Of
other U re Albany. Ashland. As- (u) ,, flm jm.,.Mlt bv Coil
torlu. Baker, Head, Coiwillls. I.a-J ,.,r,, (h) "There, Little Clrl. Dent
Crnnde. Klamath Falls. .Marshflcld.! Cr)." by Sotienkl She wis sympathe
McMlnnMlle. Medford. Oregwi city, tlcally ( acconipnnled by Miss Alice
Salem and The Dalles. Four other (,'t'rs. Zumalfs home Is In Klam
I'tgU schools ot Oregon "111 meet the'..i' v,(iu tv Sl.e Is pasmlllg the
winter lth her mother. Mis. A I.
Klnsey, of San Jose inenue. Later In
luu iiiiernoon .Mrs zuniwait kiiiiiiv
gle several pano selections nil'I
songs acting as her own accoiiiti.iulst
-.,. . .-u.-y. .........
have been suthcrlzed are for tho
Kockefelier tnttttute of Medical Re
search and toward a contribution of
$1,000,000 made two years ago for
the development ot the' medical
school or tte University of Chicago.
The Foundation will continue Its
war-work, program this year, and at
the request of the War Department
will maintain the War Demonstra
tion Hospital. It will assist in tbe
care and treatment of soldiers men
tally and nenously disabled.
sums In local matters. But the whole
svstem Is subject to tho code of
British law, and every local body Is
under the jurisdiction of the Irish
Local (nvernment Board which Is
a body appointed by Dublin Castle,
wbosp assent and authority Is re
quired to everything.
Their opponents say that If the
Sinn Feiners work under the Local
Oovernment Board, as Is unlikely,
they will be miking themseUes a
branch of tho existing Irish admin
istration. If they do not. It is clnltn
ed. they cannot legally work nt alt.
The Sinn Feiners have decided to
use the loral bodies In which they oh.
1 tain control as a means for thr'
I spread of the Irish language In tho
ecent Parliamentary elections an at-
1 tempt' was mule to select as candi
dates only men capable f conduct
ing public business In tho Irish lang-
! uage. So far as possible the principle
.will bo anpllcii to the coming local
elections although there will hi? sev
eral thousands of nominees
Idaho and .Montana.
H II Oil
cw.ii-'oit.MA r.wr.it has iim
SAY AltOlT MBS
who is visitivc
IIOMI.s SO MWItt'i:, Mi:.MIli:i!S OF
t iit'itcii rixn it xi:cr..NN.i:v
Id Ill'V (iltOt'XI) AMI I'lteVIDi:
Tho fame of Klamath Falls Is be
ing carried Into California not alone
by tho tourist and the booster and
publicity man, but also by uiustc.it
talent of which this clt has every
t 'Hollies nro now bo senrre in ICInin.
nth County, that the people of Urn
Emmanuel Baptist Church h:to been
ol llged to purchase a now lot and re
model nu old building in order to
provide ti pnr-oiiiiso for tholr now
MAKE YOUR HOME MORE ATTRACTIVE
f You can easily trntmfor i shnhby furniture ir v iuurk or
which tho finish Is wirii, marred or iiimiKlnlv M lOicht
expense you can iipikn It like hum, or give n .in .,k Rl.
bogauy or walnut IlnU to haiiiioiilne null ih. luiuu u o(
Stains nml varnishes n' one operation prodti n c inula.
tlons of eKpeiinlve luir.lu ooiln nml iiopiiliir -i.un . r..i. n
Is Just the thing for slmbb) lialrs .tnbli-H. and all i in.- of
furniture nn,l wooilwo-l(
Tho Acme Quality Painting (liilde Bool, ti-ll- li. v
can be done, how lllliclt Is roqulreil. and lieu p. n- , , ,
els. Mains and tliilshiii ot till kinds should In- appli a Thu
book Is free for the iiit'dug lit our store
Johnstone Furniture Co.
nn .main STiii'.irr.
M.VM lll I Ii oi:i:
nuns jh'st j-eiivk si:xti:x'i:
'."PAXCK AT HOUSTON'S
CLEVELAND. April 12. A su
prerao' court order that Eugene V
Dobs bo taken to tbe federal prison
in Wtst Virginia to begin his
sentence for n. violation of tbe
age act. bus been received here to'
liKASON FOB PHOVi:
icaisi: aih: oivKV.
i iiinwnnnTwii m minr i i i
ton vc:t S?
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WASHINOTON". I). C, April 12.
The Wire Board Control glvlns; fig
ures on which the Increase In the
I leit'Kraini ruiey are na-ieu, ruiuiuuts
Owing to the big affair at the Elks1 the public. that while the Increaso In
, Temple .tonight when the last of the! other prices has been nt least one
three Western nights is to be staged' hundred per cent, tho telegraph aerv.
the customary dance at the Houston ice has been rendered at pre-war
Opera House will be postponed until ' prices. An increase of twenty -eight
next week. per cent Is asked. .
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CuJbratuen TriJo Mari
Pay a Visit to the
When the wants of the inner man
clamor for recognition. Every delicacy
of the season is at your call, and a good,
substantial meal such as we serve will
fortify you for the daily grind.
JESSE BAILEY, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St
W-fc-l I'lfcl Ii III!.
X TJKM f'l
STANDARD MAKE. GOODS
For fifty years our family has built a solid busi
ness foundation by selling Standard Value Mu
sical Instruments, and it shall continue to be our
policy to handle only the Old Standard Adver
tised Goods, although it is a well known fact that
the profit is smaller than upon the newer makes
being pushed upon the market.
The change to our new location and store will
be made in order to give you better service, and
enable us to better display our stock.
Our Motte: "TIME TELLS THE TRUTH.",'
THE EARL SHEPHERD CO.,
Pianos, Phonographs, Records, Etc.
Klamath'ij Only Exclusive Music Store ,'
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