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THKHHAY. AI'IHI in, B,
. THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. J. M t It It A V
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served TUESDAY, .Willi 15, HMD
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
tty pure good luck, and the neigh
borly interest of Mr. J. Jt. White of
Weed, Klamath Falls Is to have an
opportunity to hear one of the coun
try's greatest men Dr. Ora S. Gray.
"We say great, for he Is great. Inas
much as he is doing a great work a
-work inspired by his redemption or
reclamation from what started out ic
be just an ordinary, hum-drum etlsr-
the Mlssourinn. Allied also against
him are the forces of Tammany, and
the anti-Clark leaders say that they
hnvo the promise of tho whole block
of eighteen Tammany votes In the
On tho other hand, Mr. Clark
counts Kttchln, tho former chairman
of the ways and means committee,
umoug his friends. Tho better and
more conservative democrats aro also
Kiting their support to the former
speaker. They ml ml re the Independ
ent stand ho has taken on several oc
casions In the past, when lie has not
hesitated to disregard tho wishes of
the President, and give his vote and
the weight of his great influence to
measures that ho conceived to bo for
tho best Interests of tho country, even
though they did not bear the stamp
of the administration.
Altogether the light Is developing
very nicely from n republican stand
point. A united and obstreperous
democratic minority could. If they
chose, make It very uncomfortable
for tho party In control In putting
through Its program. Just In pro
portion as the mlnority'ls split among
themselves will tho republicans be
aided In carrying out their legislative
that during tho months of January
and February, 1919, advertisements
for "help wanted" filled 626,162 linen I
while advertisements for "situations
wanted" filled only 90,24ft lines, thus
Indicating that the demand for help
exceeds the demand for positions In
the proportion of more than 5 to 1.
It Is pretty generally believed that
.tills presentation of figures from tho
.advertising columns of papers In vari
ous cities refutes the claim of the
U. S. employment bureau that tho
i country Is confronted with a serious
unemployment problem. The desire
of tho employment Service for a re
ncwul of. Its enormous appropriation
Is accepted as tho chief reason for Its
constant campaign of publicity con
ALLEGED TIIIICI' ACyllTTKII.
IHINI), April lf.-- After iltdlbnnr
log for 17 hours, the Jury lt Hio
ot the .state vs. Julie Winner, I'h.M'etl
villi cattle stealing. Unlay tetUMioil "
verdict of not guilty. The ni.i linil
been nppealed to tho supiem.i i iur'
and remanded In the lower Tor u lu
Warner alleged that tl'e ran-nm of
n steer found on his nil h wiih hit
own property and prodmod a rot HI I
f id copy of hl.s brand to prove Hit
ill f '.
Wi! The Cltu of
y'L Akrnn flhln
COLLECTION SUIT 1;ILEI).
Suit for tho collection of $1 32.93
alleged due on it note .signed July
24th, 1910 has been started by A. C.
, (clugor against Hoss Ileal In tho
office of the County Clerk. Fifty dol.
lars attorney fees aro asked, itutenlc
and Yaden ure plaintiffs attorneys.
NEW MAN AT IIALDWI.VS
AFTER THE COIN
Statistics gathered from leading
newspapers In ten, largo cities show
I Samuel Leonard has arrived from
Medford and has taken a position
'with the llaldwln Hardware company
of this city, Tho young man has re
cently returned from overseas service.
Notice to Slilpplngtoii mill Huron
j Notice Is hereby given to whom It
may concern that the Common Conn-
I ell has been requested to repeal Hi"
ordinance excluding dairies from
Klamath "Falls and preventing tho
running at largo of cat Ho in said city,
no as to penult dairies to operate and
cattle to graie In Shlpptugton and
llucna Vista Additions
The proposed ordinance amending
tho ordinance excluding dairies and
piohlbltlng cattle from running tit
largo lu Klamath Falls, Oregon, so as
to permit dairies to operate and cattlo
to run at largo In tho above additions
to Klamath Falls comes up for final
hearing at the council chambers, at
the city hall, Monday. April 21. 1919,
ut S o'clock p. m. All of those Inter
ested aro Invited to be present and
make their positions on this subject
15-17 W. T LEE, Acting Mayor
Gratitude Is Extended for Armenian Aid
Following is a reproduction of the Certified Check for $100,000 sent by Mr. Selling
COW VHEH FKOPERLY
isgyi.ma.. ' " -' '..I-
r- .71. .IVTtKfc-Jt-.
He was employed in the woods as ai
toy, and by chance haprened to hear
a lecture that ctuiaged 'ho whol
course of his career. It gave to him
the Inspiration and t'esire for an ed
ucation, and from th s beginuing h"
has grown to be one of .the big men
of the nation.
As be grew into manhood ncl
realized what a great transformation
a chance remark of a lecturer mado
in him, he decided to devote the lest
of his life to lecturing, hoping that1
perhaps even one boy would profit
from his talks and travel the same,
path that led to such great things tor
Like all things worth whil , Dr.
Gray discovered that not alone must'
he appeal to the boy, but he must ap-j
peal to the men and women of the ie(Blng receipt
communities he would visit. He early , .
. .t . . .t l. . , $100,000 for the
aiscovereu mat one oi lue cniei iuc-
tors for success of his mission is fund sent from Oreon ' Ilen Se
community spirit; that a town, or a ing,
city, or a "county, that did not possess , ,
the dynamic force of co-operation
among its citizens was close to the 2$JmJJJJ
IW.i t .5 ... -3t.,,r-iWT . -'.
. - InU Puml.
.5 vAfr-rTtZ - k "' '
l&mu HJt IHtUtHttJ
April 15. Acknow
of the check for
headquarters, C V Vlkrey of tho na- ously received from Oregon, will miivo
tlonal headquarters of the Armenian and sustain hundreds and thousands
relief fund, telegraphed Mr Selling who would otherwise emloro lude
a message of appreciation. The mes- scrlbublo suffering and death. In bu
sago says in part "This contrllin- half of thesu destltuto iieople, wo
representing the local campaign Hon, added to tho large gifts provl- thank you."
bottom of all kinds of development
and progress, and he decided to make
this one of his chief aims. He be
lieved that where the people worked
together for civic betterment, they
also worked together for moral bet
terment and uplift, and the remark
able revival of community interest
and development and co-operation
that have always followed a visit of
Dr. Gray ha3 proven the truth of his,
His coming to Klamath Falls must
interest everyone, especially those
who have boys and girls. Young
minds are Impressionable, and when
they come In contact with such men
as Dr. Gray they are impressed as he
was impressed as a boy, with the re
sult that the entire trend of thought
may be changed, and greater careers
opened up to them; their aspirations
will be stirred, ambitions created, and
as years pass by, and the seed thus
planted develops, they will look back
with loving memory and gratitude to
you and Dr. Gray for the great op
portunity. What Is true of the boy and girl is
equally true of the older people. 4
They, too, in a way, are boys and
girls. They need their thoughts
changed, their aspirations stirred,
their ambitions re-awakened. They,
also, should hear this lecturer to-,
morrow nlglrt. It will cost you noth-'
ing but your time, and you will find '
it has been the most profitable invest-!
ment you ever made. Dr. Gray makeH
It one of the conditions of his coming
that the lecture shall be free. He is a
missionary in a new field, and where
in this broad land can be found a
more fitting place for his labors than
in Klamath Falls.
426 Main Street
DEMOCKATH GO IJOLSIIEVIK
We have, after several months' effort,
secured the exclusive sale in Klamath
Falls, of the nationally advertised
This celebrated brand of Coffee is
known from Coast to Coast, and is
noted as the best and most uniform
coffee popular priced, at 50c the tb.
SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY
Ivory Soap, 4 bars for 25c
Bob White Soap, 4 bars for 25c
Perline, medium size package 10c
Macaroni, the package 10c
King's Dehydrated fruits and veget-
ables, the package 25c
Fruited Oats and Fruite'd Wheat,,
the package 25c
Offers you for
Baked Macaroni and Cheese,
Boston Baked Beans
Shrimp or Lobster Salad
(Have you tried our Salads?
Everybody praises them)
Fruit Cookies, Doughnuts
(both white and dark)
While the republicans ot the house
are rapidly amalgamating themselves
Into a harmoniously working unit foi '
tbe expeditions passage of the legisla
tion of the next congress, the differ-1
ent factions in the ranks of the demo
crats appear to be drifting further i
from conciliation. Tbe fight has re
solved itself Into a contest as to
whether Former Speaker Clark is to
be the minority leader of the next
house. It Is no secret that Mr, Clark
is not held in favor by tho President,
and in proof of that statement it Is
said that Mr. Burleson, tho practical
ll.l.l..u .. l.n nnl.lnnl (u .. 11,11 tt
directing hand in Um fight against Jm '
The Winnek Co., Inc.
is a Wise Man
Bccnuso every rr.r.n
has . something to
teach; tho thing life
Nnture but repro repre
duces: man's ex
perience taking the
world where Nnture
stops builds it better;
whether he makes
an iron plow, to im
prove the crooked
Or turns mere rub
ber and cotton into
Experience is that
unseen thing in tires,
the quality of which
turns them out good
It vouches for Good
rich experience that
Goodrich made the
first American pneu
matic tire, and ever
since has fathered
the improvement of
It shows in burly,
anJ thicker HI.ACK
SAFETY THE ADS,
extra wi:b, fortify
ing the sidcwnll
against rut scraping.
It returns value for
your money in serv
ice value on your
car on the road.
Herald's Classified Advs,
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to cinrit in khi ,i
stur.i iouo fiiiiilin.r !!, mm,!
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KlMllll I.UIIlbtir Co Ah
.M.n rtiNK Will; .,,l ..
cook, mini oiiinhlit ,rk ,., ,. '. "
IU)il minimi conk ,,i i ar,i . '!
.Main, phimii .H!
WANTKD- Job nu f ,
by m ni uiii, ....,,
Atlilri'sn X.viiziiiiin miiUb i. ,,
COMPfcTUNT wiinmn unnt mt.
work or wimhlng In Hi,. Mmr i. '
itilrn li'i, llounloii In.'.! 12-;t
KIM8T CLASH cook -.'-ml rook Zi
wullnr wimi Ji.l.h in iuilfr um
Cmiulro lliiiislnii limiHf t:;t
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MAN AND WIKI2 Ktin rmiirci ao.
Job on ranch Hi i,0 oW
FOR SALE ""
TIltKH KOIt SAL!' In,. SlUrrtoa
mrd tiros, atxt. uiii ntre,(j
and a good an iiiw . for mile chfap,
at K In in it t li lliiriluiirn ( . IMt '
LOT KOIt KALI-: l.-ou.'o rhnlc
c'Ionm III locution, will mirrlflce ft
tm I lil to null riMiiiinllili, pcrxin with
somo money. Cull mii Jinf4)ft
strt'ot. j ((.
KOIt SALK. Nriit uinl iitoilnrn firr-
ruom buiiKulow, dual- in, un(r
li'iivliiK city and u ill narrinre it
ll.fil'O, half cimh Clnl...!,. Smith,
C.13 .Main ntrctt. 2-3t
l'HONK I'HYTON for W.m.,1 lt;t
KOIt SALK Oil LWCII Will: A 1.
no ro tract 2 iiillci) miutli nf Kucn,
on 2 kooiI roiiilH. well ft'iirnl, GO nrrc
III culHiaHeii: a ln'iiiit-fiil l-acre
lioino Irnrt, partly ilrnnil It, mllo
Miultiwi'nt of CiiKt'iu1 on koimI raid;
two koixI loin JilHt liorih of KuirSF
hlKli hcIiooI. Will I'xrliuiiKo nny or
all of thi'Nu ttiri'c priMH'rlit' for Itnd.
ilii'i'P or cattlo lu Jarknoii nr Kl.im
tit It rountliM. Wrltn for I'.irllrnlari
hi.. I u Inn H what you lunr II 0
Cnlcy, Anliliinil, OriTou 1G-K
KOH SALK Thrcn fin- Iio-iim ult
nblc for lurK famllh ' rliolt
rcnlilfllfo lotu, i'Iiiho In ulii- nf th
biKl lliroiiin propi'rtli- n Klnmnth
KoIIn; lulu laud In tr.o m lurce or
imiill. V. 8. RIoiikIi !'
kou kali: s k', of n ' ks of
SW'i. mid NW of s ', of See
7t Tup. :in. Ilanj;.- !i mi.i im- NK',
Ni:i of St. 3fl. Twp Hi'iK- I".
Jin pir acre. Addr "mr. Kilt
Sluwart Hunt. Hom-biirK " 9 t2t
426 Main St.
Phone 34 Klamath Falls
Y . Buy Goodrich l
Y A Tires from a li
Y ft Dealer 11
t f T 3 H m S
Y "BEST IN THE
11 LONG RUN" I
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KOIl SALK -A llrnt it,
Int; , u'orkliiKiniMi I
anh ri'iiilrt'(l. Aililt t -ptrcct,
, i i.;i)
I . I" Main
KOK SALK I'Ivh room ioMiiko. moil
crn Imiirovfini'iitH. for -..ill- by on
or; rloito In; fiirnliuri' if d'invl. In
rludlliK plnno Kniiilrn Krank M
I'l'P. 611 -Main Ht. 31-tf
l'ASTl'HK KOU 1. i:rfi' n.ooo
iicrrn tillo llilld of Klaiimlh Drain
iiko dlKtrlrt, nnnr Mlillimd "! Wor
ilon: Hiiltablo for i;nuliir rM lf
run bu dlvldi'd Into two itfiirly oitial
iiiiIIh M. MotHchmilmclii'r I. JacoM,
W. H. HloiiL'h. rriiinillttoi' i'tf
KIMINISHKO Apartiui'iitx Mr
I'oyton, C20 Murki'l IMimio l--ir,-nt
KOIl HUNT Nlco hiiiiiu fiirnUlicd
liKilrdiiolH for unlit llMIH'll, I" '"""
orn homo. 840 Walnut Ht
KUIINIBIIKI) or lllifiirnlHlinl V'
intuit roenm: liy il"V. w(',oK,(?
monfl. Oray Apnrtiu h, -' 'nm
WANTKD Hoard mid
iidultH; cIoho In, X.
y. .. Ilornld
I HAVE 40 ncrcH of lunil I ' tr"(J;
for city nronorty. Wliut nnyo -
MIIU Addition preferred
..,.,m,nn ei .. t.mrnd. G t0
IT ! . U,fOHI ' '
yonrs old; wolgnt ao ' '
W. HuoHlng, 100 Jliun hi.
WANTED Uucka to pasturo on Hear
Island; good urims, plenty oi j v
tor; caroful uttontlon by oxjiorloncea ,
ent.n.inbnr -I. II. MWlll. '.""
LOST AND FOjJND
n..&r .. ...,- .,. r,ir on
r uunn i,uiiy nuun fl
Klnmnth KullH-Morrin niim,
or can hnvo biuiio by provliiK I'f" '"'V
mid pnyliiK for this ad. Tliono lit'"
LOST Monday, on l'liio tr!"'t,',,1!10e
tweon 7th and 2d. canvni liu '
coat cnntiilniiiK 12-khubo l'l ,'
llaturn to Owner, 212 IllRh h phj""
208W. Howard. 1D'-1