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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HATimiMY, Aflllt. Ill, mm
,. FIRST SESSION OF INTERNATIONAL FOOD COUNCIL IN PARIS
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tlon nml wlmro hooIiiI ioiiIimh nro fnvv
mihI fur between. Colonel Wlllliiin n ,. iillor-i. tltMillnt. In lonitiul Jut iiilvnntiigo.
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whole till) llll'll will tin nble to oil '' Ml,ln
tuln i'll iooKimI foml nml iiit H In
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comfoit liisli.iul of In n liiphnrnul TLJjlj II fl I U II A LI I
fashion on tlio .loin step or muni) I I If ly 11 II 1 11 1 1 4 if
hnir-iitiiioiiiii(ii dwelling iionv, Hi I UN 3a I If II 1 1 Uilll
Is now tlio lulo intlu'i limn tin' '
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Jump from Bed
in Morning and
Drink Hot Water
Toll why everyone should drink
hot water each morning
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nml Kiiipiiur (or iinrhi'iiiiiK Kriiy, uiim'h inui him iiihi i i i
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Delegates to the International right at the table are Norman K. the tn thaw or reconstruction oik
Food Council are seen here at their i v'ni"- Herbert C. looer unil Mr ost of the Jtlit'no, M. VllKrnln anil
rst official meeting In the Ministry UV 'r "1 "L,". ..T' ,' c,"npV, .,1, '"'""'' ! Pml.ateU by lllnts
, . i --.. -.."mu ui iuiij, ruiiiio iiiiu i.orn ici'iiiiiik and Sir
t)I Commerce In Pari,. From left to General lajot. French represent.!- John lle.ilo of (lre.it Mrltnln.
Vh Is man ami uommi, half the !
tltni'i fei'lliiR nervous, iltispuiiili'ul, I
uuirlod. some ilus heailaihy, ilutl
and unstriiiiK, xonio ilaH rtrnll) luui-j
First Woman Appointed '
to Faculty at Harvard
OFFICERS KEEP THEM FROM
RUXXING WITH MACIIIXK
UXS.MERICAX OEXERAL Alt
RIVES IX ARCHAXGEIi
For the first time in the history of
Harvard University, a woman has
oeen appointed to the faculty. She is
Dr. Alice Hamilton who goes from
Chicago to be assistant professor of
Industrial medicine. She is -a skilled
Bacteriologist And a specialist in In
dustrial and occupational diseases.
Dr. Hamilton was born in New York.
OPENS J 'IT"
ARCHANGEL, April IS. The Jlnl.
sheWki hae now ovacuated the ton m Army has Just opened Its first "hut
1'AniS. (Correspondence of the As
sociated Press.) To glo tho Amerl.
can soldiers n center where they can
both lodge and spend tholr timo prof-'tho Inside organs of the previous dn
nnuiy tnruout me day, the Salvation
og Bolshle-Oserki, being driven out
by the constant Allied shelling. l'he
Bolsheviki morale has been greatly
Impaired by the bombardment' ni.d
their is a shortage of supplies, due to
the thawing roads. Officers are now
in Paris proper. It Is situated on the
Rue Cllgnnncourt, and was formerly
tho barracks of tho 7th French In
fantry regiment. The "hut" accomo
dates 3,000 men.
SnWil-fll tmlfnra npnnUnllnnn
holding them In place by means of whcn operate amonR tne Amcrlciln
uiui.uiuc tuiis ui me ivur.
Brigadier-General Richardson has
arrived with a staff aboard the first
big ice breaker which has made Its
way into the docks since the begin
ning of the winter.
He made public to the troops, a
telegram from General Pershing call-1
lng on them to maintain their mor
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 18.
President Wilson has directed the In
dustrial board of the Department of
Commerce and the railroad adminis
tration to reopen the discussion of
price stabilization, and find a com
mon ground for agreement. The
hoard will wait the return of Director
General HInes next weeK. '
I soldiers, including tho Young Men's
Christian Association, Salvation Ar
my, Jewish Welfare League, Knights
of Columbus and the American Lib
rary Association have combined to
I offer the boys hero both Instruction
I and entertainment. Doughnuts, pics,
flapjacks and cookies "as mother
makes them", are provided for nil
comers. Athletic meetings alternate
with nlnplnE? unit Inctltrpu nml thorn
ATTENTION mll.n ntnrp n rnttmn nt fonp.
Do you want a new. modern, five- . hnll,q uh . ., ,,,, fnr. .
room bungalow on pavement, close . .. '. . " " --.
in? Best residential district in the similar institutions nro uemg open-
city; on easy terms. See me, James ed at the big seaports such as Brest,
SI. Watklns Jr., 121 Main street. Hordeaux and St. Naznlrc, whoro tho
Phono 320R. 17-3t American authorities have placed 25
I hangars at tho disposal of the Sal
I If vvo would nil puutlM' inslilo-liiitli-ling,
what a gratifying change would
ituki' plum Instead of tlioiixmnls of
'luilf-slik, aiiiiciiilc-lookliiK Minis with
I pasty, muddy rompltixlumi vto hIioiiIiI
see rrovvds of happy, healthv, ros.v
.chiukcd peuplo ovorjvvlii'ro Tho ren.
jhOii Ih that the hiimnn stuui does not
.rid Itbidf cacti dny of all the waste
Julikli it arcumulntos iiiiiIit our pre,
lent mo do of living. For ever) ounce
. of food and drink taken into the )h
'torn ncarl) an ountu of waste material
i must bo carried out, else It ferments
and forms ptomulne-IIku poisons
which aro absorbed into the blood
Just us necessary lis It Is to clean
the ashes from the furnace each day
beforo tho fire will hum bright mid
hot, so wo must each morning clear
accumulation of 'indlgestlblo waste
and body toxins. Men mid women,
whether sick or well, are advised to
drink each morning, beforo breakfast,
a glass of real hot water with n tea
spoonful of limestone phoHphato In It,
ns a harmless means of washing out
of the stomach, liver, kldnojs and
bowels tho Itidlgestlblu material,
wnste, sour bllo and toxins; thus
cleaning, sweetening mid purlfjlng
tho ontlro alimentary canal buforo
putting more food Into tho stomach.
Millions of people who had their
turn at constipation, bilious attacks,
acid Btomach, nervous davs and sleep
less nights havo become real cranks
about tho morning Inside bath. AJ
quarter pound of limestone phosphate
will not cost much nt the drug store.'
but is sufficient to demonstrate to nny
one Its cleansing, sweetening and.
freshening affect upon the svstcm.-Adj
11 If you are making Thrift a habit; if
you are regularly laying aside a icason
able portion of your earnings as a picp
and also for use in case of
you are on the right road.
fl A Savings Account is just as neces
sary to bring success as it is to ward off
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Boys' Dutchess Guaranteed pants,
10c a button, 50c a rip, at
17-3t K. K. K. STORE.
to tlio comforts of
The Burns Bros. Memphis Min
strels are genuine darkeys, with the
darkey's Inimitable happy faculty to
please exceedingly in this particular
form of entertainment. Their fun
inaklng is genuinely funny; their
singing has real merit .and the at
mosphere of "negro" life" is as per
fect as could be desired. Combined
with tho old timo flavor of plantation
days there is injected into the per
formance sufficient comedy and
humor of a modern brand to make it1
appeal to every class of thtater-goers
that enjoy wholesome entertainment.
10c a button, 50c a rip; boys' guar
anteed pants, at
17-3t K. K. K. STORE.,
See or phone us If you have chick
ens to sell. Quality Meat Market,
1122 Main. Phone 239. 17-3t
Cement Work of all Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
Paint is Cheap Today
Y'OU producers and growers who sell such things as beef, hog,
grain, beans, wool, eggs, butter, potatoes, do vou know that the'
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
Heath & Milligan Paint on your house acts like a mackintosh. It
shuts out any chance of decay. It is dependable cheapestin the end.
Roberts & Hanks
PHONE 173 422 MAIN "ST.
HOUSTON OPERA HOUSE
Sunday and Monday, April 20-21
BURNS BROS. PRESENT THEIR
Famous Memphis Minstrels
Carrying their own Band and Jazz Orchestra A Whilrwind of
Fun, Music, Singing, Dancing, and the most laughable Colored
Watch for the Big Street Parade
GENERAL ADMISSION, 75 cent
CHILDREN, 50 cents
RESERVED SEATS, $1.00.
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