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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TIIKHWAV, AIMIII, .i. into
"Men nml women conso to com-1
plain. They drop In tlio streets thru
sheer starvation but you seldom henr
nnyonq coiiiilnln about his hmiKer, i
his own torturing enervating nun
Kor. They nil reteml to ho busy
with their wonted affairs us thoiiKh
they hnd come to nn unspoken agree,
nient, ns though their customary1
existence wore stilt going on and
nothing hnd nltcrod.
I "A school girl 1st running along
with her bundle of booK.s to catch an
LONDON. (Correspondence of tho oIorIc wr Hor ,,, u mnR,llK
Associated Tress.) Appnlllng In. from her body, her little face has nearly busy n. Mars with tho mom-
cldents of the tragedy of starvation' drawn together so that It Is now I'ers of tho American Expeditionary
In I'ctrc-rnd are revalpd by a writ nnol ll of flst sllu ls - K"rce "nrt t,mt rolmuuo blonnl In
rin theKuskoJe Slovo. a newpnpor ' ure"- ligry. but she runs as she Franco In spite of War's alarms
published at l.Ibiin. U8Cl1 t0 nln ' ,m' ,0"K ' to ca,c shown l,-v tno fnct thl,t moro ,lmn h1x
"Is life at ictnigrad reallv 'is tho cnr M though she must run on thousand French women have boon
terrible as people and as the news- " nml W" by A.uelrc.n .oldlors
-Ppers describe It?" he asks. "It Is! "On Bn I""1' " y Is within ono year. The majority of
difficult for mo to answer this ques-'t"1" " ""'" M "" '" Vnch 1K'r.lfl wno 1""V brcora?
tion; dlflleult to return to tho excises him n piece of bread made of Americans thru marrying men ..ml
lag and fantastic moods evoked by; "l""' "'r ub.tltutB. Mo olllcers of the.Amerlcan Kxpedlt ouary
hungry, abandoned l'etroprad. I s " very carefully nml collects all rco ro stonographors. saleglrls or
"Educated people beg for alms in ' tho " " """rs '8 "'"' ' a sprinkling of peasant
....., , ... Vnr does his mother crtutn or slch Klrls and those of the middle class
-the streets and hang around public ur uois "IS "loulL'r "''" or imi
.. k.... ..... ..i.. i but hurriedly takes from her little r bourgeoisie.
.... .-. , .. ,..., ' . ., ...... I basket a worn stocking and mends It. , The romances are In most
.. ... . . . . AsKiirmllv shn bus fnrenftm !lm ro. er Sllllfnr,
ing greeuny in case anyone snouju i --"- - , ... , ....... . ...,. ,, .,.,
lfuvi mm. mnrMl v.hlnfl imcmbrnnce of foodf yet she hurries billeted with a trench family a mem
"Children rummage In the refuse on wltn l,cr work
pits and ravenously devour heads of
ierrlngs and all the things dlsplsed
l'AKIS, (Correspondence of tho
Associated I'ress.) That Cupid was
LONDON, (Correspondence of t'n
'Associated l'ross.) The fiVt thai
only young men cupablo of iminlim
severe physical tests wore nciopled
i for alallon work during the w.v has
, onured tho belief that flylnst as u
sport will bo barred to persons past
the prime, of youth. That Is a mliil.iu'
j according to llrltlsh exports, who say
'that for ordinary peace time, Hying
there should bo no ago limit. Tito
only i;imlirinitlnt they get ur.i good
e.vesipht and a sound heart.
Flying nn airplane, It Is pointed
out. Is much simpler, ami O.r less
nerve-racking than driving .tn auto,
mobile or sailing a yacht. Anv mm
who hns lived a decent open-air life,
especially it ho has played games and
' hunted, will find (hat learning to
fly, even tit tho ago of fifty, U quite
jiui easy business, exports say. A mod
I rn airplane will vliluiilly fly Itself,
and tho controls nroso nmiugod that
a man, oven on his II ml trip, It Is nr
giied, dues tho right thing Instinct
ively. In the early das of tho war fully
fifty percent of llrltlsh airmen worn
I over 30 years old. As the art of aerial
warfaie developed tho pilot had to
prove ......sou prorirlent IOm, '
wireless telegraphy, forlm.tnn
lug, cloud navigation ui., n,- J'
ous stunts Hint b
11,1 mile en no .
Ilin nlrflghler. TIh.h , ' ,0r
of wnr.fl)i.,K that ,,,, ," r "
unrvo nml f.mr-i i .. "1
------ -- - - - H in i
ting all aspirants .,,,.
"H ,"""1'1 "'" )oua(
Keep down the gopiinr i,,.,i .i,i.
,.lli,.,r i ! .. ' '""'with
"""iiii'ii nn, i,..,.
, point cartridges.
eTen by the hungry Petrograd house--ife,
nil the things undiscovered even
by the lean, enfeebled Petrograd cats.
"I will not tell of the terrible Judi
cal proceedings where ten-year old
dehumanized boys admit with sullen
cynicism that they deliberately killed
a little brother or sister who embit
tered their 'lives and devoured all
the bread rations. ATI these things
made up the chronicle of dally hap
penings when we still hod a press.
"How do they live who have not
'become wild beasts? They are all
hungry and hunger tortures them
all. But each knows that all the oth
ers are hungry and that is why no
one speaks of his hunger. Human
-suffering has lost its individuality.
"Who will pity me It 1 nearly Hie of
hunger -when everyone Is hungry
himself? Everyone -will turn away
and say in a surly veice: 'I, too, am
bcr of which would be a girl of mar-
You can feel a strain, an Inhuman ringenuie nge. logetnor wicy won in
efrort In the present dally life of delve '"lo tho Intricacies of tho
Petrograd. You feel thnt everything 'French language, sign language being
Is only held together by the power; Promptly superseded by a comblnrt
of Imagination thnt may cease at any tlo ' Anglo-French Jlbberlsh.
moment. I TD0 c'el,n c"t. healthy physique of
"Petrograd, the doomed city, a Americans, their politeness and.
cltv sick to denth generosity would appeal to the heart
of the French girl who saw In thC
HOW MANY GIRLS CAN American the realization of her I
11AYK I'ltKTTY KYKS dreams. As a rule, the Americans;
i also made no secret of the particular
No girl or woman ls pretty it her. sympathetic feeling they hnd for tho,
eyes are red. strained or have dark Frcnch grg nnil BO as a natural se-
rings, simple wiiciiuuiei. cumpuur.i . .--.. ,,u,i
....?-.. i. T. miH in i iv quence. marriages resulted.
eye wash, will brighten tho eyes and ' " Pl nw are Plcl
a week's use will surprise you with whether the wife should accompany
its QUICK results. Regular use of her husband to America or tho hns-l
Lavoptlk keeps the eyes i healthy' b d h M mak hla homc ,
sparkling and vivacious. The quick . .. .... ,.. . I
change will please you. Dainty '"" " j
aluminum eve cud FREE Whitman ty per cent of he benedicts will
Drug Co. Adv. I adopt France for their future homo,
The professional side of
pharmacy is more im
portant than the com
mercial side but many
druggists -overlook this
fact. A professional and
writes your prescrip
tions why not have
them filled by a druggist
who is qualified to cany
out your doctor's wish
es? We practice profes
sional pharmacy, and
when you get a prescrip
tion filled here it is care
fully and properly com
pounded. Let us fill your
w'v, KLAMATH FALLS OREfiOM TnTf"'
Its- up to you,
iut w f . . y r
Vr'R. ji -aw l
"If it's thick, heavy
stick to your ordin
ary plug. But for
real tobacco satis
faction, you've got
to come to good old
Good taste, smaller
chcw.longcr life is what
makes Genuine Grave
ly cost less to chew than
Wan villi:, va.
for boottit on chtaint Pl"S-
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
New City Laundry
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We also wash Mlk, wool and col
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once and be convinced. Our prices
are right. Phone 1S4.
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Back of First National Uank
Cement Work of all Kinds
Let Me Make You an
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money you get for these things will buy more Heath & Milligan
Paint today than ever before? Then why not use paint freely' on your
buildings this season rather than wait and have expensive repair bills
later on? ,
Heath & Milligan Paint on your house acts like a mackintosh. It
shuts out any chance of decay. It is dependable cheapest in the end.
Roberts & Hanks
PHONE 173 422 MAIN ST.
ANYWHKHK IX THE CITY
Lime Jiffy -
sence in vial. It makes
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Jiffy-Jell desserts are
flavored with fruit-juice
essences, highly con
densed, sealed in glass.
Each dessert tastes like
a fresh-fruit dainty and
You will change from
old-style gelatine dainties
when you once try Jiffy
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Order from your grocer
10 Flavon, at Your Groctr'j
2 Pachagto for 25 Ctntt
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Where can you find another Seven
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The t.ir. I IT-SIX
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Thr 1110 SIX
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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.
CAMELS meet your fondest cinrette fun
di s in so many new ways'-they are so
unusual' in flavor, so refreshing, so mellow
mild, yet so full-bodied that you 'quickly
realize their superior quality, and, become a
Camel enthusiast 1
Came s are unlike any other ciRnrutte you ever
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choice Domes'ic tobaccos gives you so many delights.
It not only assures tlwt wonderful smoothness nnd
refresh ng tnste but it eliminates bite iind hnrihnes,s I
And, you smf.ke Camels without any unpleasant citf.1
retty aftertaste or nnpK-asant cifinretty odor I
No matter how fond you become of Camels ! Smake
them lilwrally! They never will tira your tuslol
Tne blend takes care of that
Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world ut
any price I
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Vviniton-Salcm, N. C.
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