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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
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Pay a Visit to the
HIGH QUALITY, QUICK SERVICE
COZY AND CLEAN
, EVERY DELICACY OF THE
JESSE BAILEY, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St
J Of unusual Interest conies the nil
J nouticement from the munagomont of
tho Star theater that they hnvi so
T cured for n limited engagement of
& two days, commencing Sunday, "Tho
Still Alarm," which Is being present
i'ed as a photoplay by tho Pioneer Film i
Corporation of Now York City. Few
T dramas of tho modern staKo have ro
I cetved tho unstlntod plaudits that
4 have been afforded this ploy, which
J has been drawing capacity uudloncos'
during tho past Kencratlon. As a re-
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Lyon & Healy
with its unique features:
i The CANDELECTRA
?- and The SILENTO
J An answer to those who de
mand the beautiful who
believe that a piano of superior
tone quality should possess an appear
' ance worthy of its musical charm.
f A Lyon 6 Healy Apartment Grand occupies
so little space that a earner fire feet square'
will contain it.
EARL SHEPHERD CO.,
Pianos, Phonographs, Records
Next Door Postoffice New Location Soon
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Matinee and Evening, Each Day
i "?sr THElSuftaRA 1
Regular Prices, 10c and 20
Incurnutlon as a film spoctuclo. It
I promises much to those who enjoy
Intensely dramatic productions staged
in a most spectacular manner. It '
MEN ARE M !
It's not tlie size of this month's pay
check, but what you have left from
last month's, that counts
We pay special attention to savings accounts,
as. we are interested in watching your balance
grow from month to month.
Your interests are our interests. Tho larger
your account grows, .just so much will the de
posits of this bank grow. No account too small
nor too large for us to handle.
FOL'Il PKll CK.NT
It l better to ro-
to my I lit it cut
SAN FRANCISCO. April ID Moro
' merchant mirlno officers aro needed
today than during the war In order
1 properly to man tho setorul hundred
new ships that will slld3 down the
nayg and bo placed tu commission
du'lng the next few iiioiiIIm. New I
DON'T LIKE THE
PLAN TO GRAFT
classes are openini; In the I'nlied
, States Sls'pp'ng Hoard's roj nnvfea-
I tlon school here and It's free school
I In marine engineering at ilerkoloyi
I Cillfornln and tho recruiting servlcoj
or the suippig uoaru nas made an ap
peal to men to enter Into tho work.
VALDKZ, Alaska, (Ily Mall)
Alaska audiences do not oncoro some
cf tho allogcd "made In A'.if.Kn'' mo
tion pictures. Sourdoughs say tlivy
i "It Is Important that wo anticipate
this need", said C. W. Saunderi, wnnt their money back when they
Chief of Section Five of tho Ship-1 sco "Alaskan Stuff" showing heroi'3
ping Hoard, with headquarters nt i bucking faro In gambling halls Hint
120 Market street, "and prepare to do not exist, while out In artificial
supply the men, as tho proper opera-1 snowstorms, vllllnns, wearing mull
tlon of our merchant fleet Is Just as ordor house snowshoes, sneak from
npiesnary now. If not moro so if tho behind California eucalyptus, grub
future of this nation's welfare, of tho maidens fair and get nwny with
which tho new merchant marine U tho wnshtiihs full of nuggets, tlmt
j a vital part, as It was during tho war, also do not exist
when evory ship meant a battle .von. Some motion plchiro people -.eein
"What tho .Shipping, Hoard really to think, Alaskans say, that tluiro Is
needs now aro men who see In fie truth In the lino. "Them's nary a
merchant servlco all It's vast possl- aw of fiod or man north of flfty-
bllltles, and who Join not only for :he three" Residents of this northluml
fine purpose of helping this country ' do not want motion picture patrons
establish her pre-itlgo ns a mnrtlmo of the outside world to get the Idi'.i
power, but because they know by that there nro nlways "stampedes
proper effort In this service they ran ovor tho frozen trail" In Alaska, lift
' gain for themselves a profltablo vo- Alaska Is snow covered all tho tirn,
cation. Kach of these hundreds of that road houses and gambling hills
ships wilt need eight licensed off-; run wide open, and that gunny sacks
i cers, four on deck and four In the j full of nuggets and fair maidens cm
Applicants with two years sea .:
rung nut, the i pie iiiummI fur Joy.
rluHplrig hands and sklipliu; around
In the fii'lglihoriiiK Milage of (lorn
oznwtdiik, iltuntiil mi a rallroiil, lbs
people were found to ho nbiolutdr
without nourishment, utul t tic roodl
tlon of the children unn pltlnblo to
Ice and phyalcnlly sound will be ad
mitted to the new navigation class
at once, after the approval of their
applications by the local Inspectors of
Steamboats. The average length of
the course, If attended during the day
Is from four to six weeks.
Men of a certain amount ot mech
anical or engineering experience, not
necessarily at sea, are qualified for
the four weeks, day course la marine
engineering, subject to the approval
of their applications by the Steam
Graduates requiring additional sea
service before being qualified for
tbeir examination for license will be
sent out by the Sea Service Bureau
as Reserve Officers for eight weeks at
$90 a month.
' Graduates of the navigation school
passing tboir examinations before the
Steamboat Inspectors will be licens
ed as Third Mates and higher, accord
ing to the amount of experience they
have had. Similarly graduates In the
marine engineering branch passing
the Steamboat Inspectors will receive
licenses as Third Assistant Engineers
NKW IlOV AIUMVKH
A baby boy named David Kolll was
born last night to Mr. and Mrs. Dnvld
McComb, nt 035 Eighth Struct, Mr.
and Mrs. MrComb aro resident!) cf
the Mt. Laid section. Or. (iuorgo
Wright was In attendance,
be had "for tho grabbing.
Recently It was reported hero a
motion picture company Intended to
send an outfit north to take vnno
real Alaska moving pictures, Tho
Valdez Miner, a local weekly paMi-,
upon hearing of the report, declircd
this town offered an ideal home (or
a company desiring to produce gen,u.
Ine "land ot the midnight sun" thrill
"Heroes here at Valdez could slide
down a mountainside in an Aral
anche without bankrupting the com.
pany buying .snow," The Miner aald.
"Horolnes could get up to their ne:k
Into the stuff tho poets rave" about.
"The local color Is here. We Imve
an abundance of timber, an old tim
er who wears the same name he used
in the states, a woman of forty yors
who tells her correct age and, Inet
but by no means least, a man who
dealt stud poker with 'Soapy" Smith,
notorious in the Ninety-Eight' days
WASHINGTON. I). t. April 18.
Exposure of u scheme to obtain dis
charge papers from former service
men and uso them In various grafting
schemes, said to have been carried
on In sooral cities, has been an
nounced by tho vlglluriru committee
of the Associated Advertising Clubs
of the World. According to the an
nouncement the soldiers and sailors
wero offered Jo!is thru mi employ
ment iigcnry, but were required to
lujvo tliolr illiclmrgu papers on flit;
When tho applicants returned to get
ttoik they found the employment
ugeut bad disappeared, Tim commit
tee Issued a warning against such
practices arid urgod the public to he.
ware of spurious soldiers who nt
tempted to palm off nrluus (ollec
tlon and subscription schemes with
bought uniforms ami stolen discharge
NEW AUTO REPAIR
SHOP WILL START
j A new auto repair mid uaitilnicri
jtiihllshmcnt by the linn uf Urd
Eads, on Kant Main street, adjacent to
tho Miller photo gallery, ! to t
started In the next few iluyn The
now proprietors are now liuiy remod
elling the room, whlrli vtim prftloei
ly nml ns a lituiulr), for tliu new en
terprise. SAY, JACK, LISTEN:
ARMY OFFICER WAS
KILLED BY BULLET
VSAN ANTONIO, April 10, Lieu
tenant Colono) Clyde J, McConkor,
camp inspector at Camp Travis, has
boon found (load hero In his quarters
with a bullet bolo thru his head, and
a plBtol'bcHldo his body. Ho was thirty-two
years of ago and was unmar
ried. Ho mid returned fiom servlco
in Franco u short time ago, Hh
homo wns In Minnesota.
OMSK, Siberia, (Correspondence ot
the Associated Press) A Russian
volunteer soldlor who took part In
the battle of Perm gives the follow
Ing narrative of what he saw in the
village of Kouvchlne, not far from
Perm, whore he was stationed dur
ing tho fighting which rnsulted In
tho complete dofeat ot Cfto Holslio-
Ho was ordered to clean out three
cesspools which wore filled with the
corpaeB of people who apparently be
longed to the intellectual or cultivat
ed class of the community. Many of
the bodies bore wounds made with
swords. He removed thirty corpses
from tho ilrst pit, tho ages of tho
victims ranging from 1C to 60 years.
There were several women among
the victims. All the bodies wore naki
ed. Thoro was reason to believe, In
tho soldier's opinion, that many of
tho people wore thrown Into (lie pits
still u live and they diod by sow suf
focation and from tho effects of tliolr
The Inhabitants of tho village wore
to tenlflod thnt thoy acted 111(0 In-
sano persona. When tho Siberians
camo is vlctois and tho town bolls
I went lon to tho Kbinmtli i Ast
and Tiro 'o. shop the ether w
re about an adjustment en M
luoml tire and to get prices on
... li . i tvNnt fin n 0i ABQ
came acroMi a stock of Hlprrss Bj
ber Boot... I asked tho fellow brWM
the bar I mean, counter what m
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WIM UUIH Willi III'... r .-
shop, and he said lie wanted a pw
for himself to fish In this "nT'
and a friend of his wanted
of pair for IrrlgaUn' work Iririgaua
the ranch, I moan and ho "
while he was ordorlnje few P" J"
mlHht Just as well order a batch. i
ho had other friends who
mi niui inner incu"" """ ; . .ka
em when they could get '"T
n.l-. l. u. .-.Mill' elll lit. I T7
him what they was worth. n he
hoy was worth about a doze" doll"?,
but ho was sellln' -em to ;lWr
for 98.110. I asked him l "'"
f riond of hls'n, and he s I w""j
lonf as I paid lwt I ocd ''ln'' "
paid him f.0 for a pair of I he w
anil as I'm friend of yours I 'J
I'll put you next, so y "", (? ,)
on -cmtoo. I Jut am- ",!
wuyi As long as ho w.w ''" "kn
for himself ho'd got Uio host he wj
..-.I ... i.. wu. i.itnillln' rubber K"""
(I dnalln with rubber "",":il"r
ought to know what ho ww ""'J"
(Jot my odjustmeiit on In; ' ,k.
und glvo him the vuinm Hh -ns
ho mild Jie woiiltl M""'1 ,""77 aad
work of that kind io l",w .""''Tl
If It didn't stick he'd iiinh" K""' ,
tl.oi.glit tlmt ns ilbout "I "'" '
limn could ilo, so I lW l,lm ,0 B
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Hlri-et, or rnll up l7 ' '" r."
ami tell lilin what u ''-"'