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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Tt'KHIiAY, Al'llll, aa, ,,
It.g to perform tho task nllnitct! to
Seventeen stations nro mntutnlne.l
bv tlio corps out of Ynldyt, onch com-
i rlotcly nntfltteit. The Priilflc-AUiskn
, cr.blo nftcr leaving Seattle first leaen-
c the roast of Ytlile. Upm mcs-'
snpos nro transferred from the e.iUte
and sent out over tlio land '!nrs. i
To reach his stntlon, or i'ost of
duty, many of the Signal Corps mn
I h"e to walk hundreds of miles Then
when the winter blasts burl out ovfcr
the white wnstrs, begins the Slcnnj
ins today humanitarians throughout1 Corps man's vigil. Copper wires t'mlf Jv
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. i'iiiii-u otrtu-a ui'h"" llv UUIH1- i'i'" itiu e.iv.ii ivtuii'1,1 n'Mi'i' i 'uu
nneo of "Ho Kind to Animals Week" J earry the news of the wor1 1, pts
to close with "Humane Sunday," , from Ynhlez thru deep forests, tun
April 27, at which time the theme 1 " -""id morass, over loftv bills mil
will bo discussed from hundreds ot!tnru beautiful prairies to KalrtuiAs,
Lender of South African
Delegates Who Are on
Way to Peace Conference
SAX FRANCISCO. April 21 Start-
pulplts. During the week exercises
and meetings of various kinds will be
bold for the purpose of bringing be
fore the public the need for education
along humaritnrian lines. These
gatherings will bo under the auspic
es of the various lines for the l're
ventlon of Cruelty to Animals, nnV
other humane organizations.
"Humane education is one of the
most potent civilizing forces in the
history of mankind," said Dr. Francis
H. Itowley, of Boston, president of
the American Humane Education So
ciety, who Is lecturing on tho subject
The moral bankruptcy of Germany,
Dr. Rowley attributes to the fact
that, although her people were cult
ured in the arts and sciences and
down the Tanana rier to Fit' (lib
bons, down the Yuk'on to St Miilcr-I
and tbenco to Xome.
Dally trails must be broken "o
other stations, lines repaired, tree
removed from tho .vicinity o' the
wires. The Signal Corps man vi'-t
risk his life time and again 'or the
careless or unfortunate travelers.
Some of his deeds have come to Hubt
Among them was a rescuo of 110"?
when the Delta district between Vnl
dez and Fairbanks was visit '1 bv
one of tho worst blizzards In the
historv of the country. For so.vntnen
days the mercury stood at."M below.
Mil gale.s hurled contlnuouslv the
fine snow In blinding masses thru
the air. One could scarcely far the
elements. A party of prospectors and
-kill..! I ... .1.- , . . .. . ....
'" " tjims, un-.v ere unuevei- miners on Its way from Vttlduz to
oped In moral sentiment. "The edu- Fairbanks was caught In tho storm
cation of the heart," he said, "is ns
Important as tbe training of the In
tellect." "It is because multitudes think of
the humane movement only ns an
attempt to assuage here and there
the sufferings of defenseless animals
that they fall to see that beyond all
this Infinitely beyond it Is Its
reaction upon the humane character
in deepening and broadening In the
heart of man the spirit of justice, of
mercy, of kindness. What ever hasl
been done by the humane jodetle.-; of
the world for the protection of unl-
mal life, immeasurably more has been
done by them to benefit mankind, to
enlarge its vision, to quicken its sym
pathies, to enroll Its spirit."
The San 'Francisco Society for the
I'iitble to reach a rqadhoue tin
travelers sought shelter In tho lee f
icrao timber. On the morning of the
second day 'one man succeeded 'n
reaching tho cabin of a Signal Corps
man With the soldier ho rcturnel to
fie stranded party. Several men wcro
frcn to death. Seven trips tq nnd
from his station tho soldier made.
refiling an wio survivors, incmuiug
two women. Later several of the J'in
rescued died of exposure, and vvhen
the semmer sun pierced the dri.'M of
the trail, thirteen bodies wero found.
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HIT BUCK OF '
diipoiideuco which began III nearly liny Victory ImiihIh lli.i, ,
all towim Mini illlageH tlinioul Knpn '! ' home. Itcnlx im 'ihJi. lr'J
on Miiieh I. ui. nt tli Ht orderly, and "'''"K '',M;r "'"' ' ' i.rU
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Asiorinteil l'rivs ) Smernl n'Ciet ituci. Sill Klamalh avenue, mid nut
voiletles whoso minilit'is iiggregalo tie (leo .lllehli. 17-St
CENCKAL J b.M.M&HT:Oa
lllllllnlls of pel MUM
(hi Imlt'ptndimro movement In Korea
It IS UlllllTStOOll. Xnliblo IllllOllg
them are tlio Progressive Party and
the lleiveu Worshlpeis wlilrh to.
getlmr hne a membership of more
than 2,1)00,1100 pemons. Others are
the New Koienn Society and the
l.lgbt llrstorlng Society. Sixty thoiiH.
nnd students of nearly all educitloli
at lustlttitloii-s. lurluilliig Koxeriimeut
schools, partblpated In the move
ment It Is stated tint the ttisurrr-. -tlon
wits .supported also l Chrlstliin
and Hiiddlilst budlcs.
The lluddhlsts In Korea number
about one million. They have 2,oo
I tmniiles and 100,000 prlrsts, The
Jiiiauiso luvo attempted io imo llud.
till bin to strengthen their position In
1 Koiea, Heading many youniv prlctta
to Japan' to be ediicaUd. Nevertheless ;
many HuddliLits are believed to lnie
been closely connected with the In-'
' Christianity Iiib mytlo rapid iro-
gress In Korea for thirty yearn, Two
large missionary bodies urn working
there. The American Methodist Mis.
i slim has 7"0 churches and 100,000
followers, whllo the American Pres-
I hytcrhn Mission has 2.000 churches
dlffl- nml "bout 200.000 adherents. The
liliu miimi iiiuuiiim,, m iniurn wi iiiuiii- on I'l'Osceut lllrillli
festiiii Later the iiioveliiluit look n eiiv terms.
ilUtlnrlly levoliitliuiaiy character Mnilei-n four inoni pl.iM,.n
nd this reunited lnclnhen with the """ l""1' f,',",, M'"" ""I. H r-j
.l..pni.e.e authoillles aijd In camiiil. M(mWii the room m .. ,
ties on both sides, iiiulo. ullh lln nl.i .. ''M'm
r i.i.. i .. '. -'"('.I
I Muilmi six r.M,i plsi,.,, ,
Thiwo iciiouiiiK tiiuuulvH liiiiohi- (tJ ' ,; "" 7i ... i ' :L?.TT; ' ,,n, a.vi
' ' "' "MtiMiirii mki M'MI,
ii .inn miimi in millil, u ul
lili ti ! lint U...
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- . Ki.i niif'ci
iltitio to ymm.
t iiii.coti; ,v SMI I II
ii;i;i .viiiiii mi. pi
A F. I'ltztuittb k 1h down on mat
ters of hiiKlncH.s fioiu Moduc Point
cultlcs. by taking n freighter, inem- Korean Christians aro mostly men
, Including b0"; of a Sou,h African delegation of character and hnie received high-
has arrived In this country on way to
Paris to present their claims to tho
I-eace Conference. The trip from Cape
Town took twenty-elghe dnys. Th'oy
want freedom -for their colony .nd
KLAMATH. FALLS I'LKASKD I wl" niienipi io see rremier i.ioyil
IIY QL'irix ItKMl'IiTS Oeorge and President Wilson. This
Everyone is pleased with tho quick photograph shnw-g Cenoral J. U. M
results of simple wltchhnzel. cam-, HertzoR. leader of the delegation.
nil or. nyarasiis, etc., ns nuxou in i.av
optik eye wnsh
er ml it (a tin ii
Tho demonstration In favor of In-
One man's eyes were
' ar lii rl It ot 11 Inci.l hn rrttlil nnt raid
rreTention of Cruelty to animals Js1 without pain. Two applications re
conducting an organized educational jlleved hint. A lady with weak. In
movement through Its monthly maga- "Ied "f" Ws Z?,?
zine," Our Animals", competitive bottle of La'voptik to help ANY CASK! c rhn,i s ,.nrt ' u-imn,u
contests, exhibitions and other means, weak, strained or inflamed eyes. Agency, for Indian grating lands and
O. F. Dcmorest, flentlHt, Is located
In Klamath Falls; oftlce In the Ilrlstol
building, above Sugarman's store, 6th
and Main. 9-12t
BIG HARDSHIPS DUEL SPLITTING
Whitman Drug Co. Adv.
Cement Work of nil Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
VALDEZ, Alaska., (By Main Up
among deep snow and fierce gales,
in some of the most lonely spots in
the world In winter-time, whero the
mercury sometimes Is from .0 to 86
degrees below zero, tho men of Uncle
Sam's Signal Corps keep their faith,
In lonely hamlets on tho top of
solitary mountains, their cabins bur
ied in snowdrifts, these men in
khaki watch in the whito .'Hence
over the slender wires of commumca.
tlon reaching from Valdez to the In
terior, and thence to the farthest con
fines of the territory, endinq abovo
Komo in the great white wastes of
tbe nsb-Arctlr. From Maine, NVw
York, Texas, Missouri, Nebraska and
other states, recruit? tome to the
service. There has not yet been Lie
first instance recorded' of a man fall.
Dr. James' Headache Powders re
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You take a Dr. James' Ileadache
Powder and in Just a few momenta
your head clears and all neuralgia and
distress vanishes. It's the quickest
and surest relief for headache, whether
dull, throbbing, splitting or nerve
racking. Send someone to the drug
store and get a dime package now.
Quit suffering it's so needless. " Be
mire 'ou get Dr. Jame' Headache
Powders then there will be no disappointment.
ANYWHKItn IX TIIK CTY
65 Loganberries "
The New BIG-SIX
licautifttl in Design
Note the harmonious !csinn
of hotly, feiuK-i, tadtnlor,
lamps, ami jjrm-fal outline of
tins fJcw Seven-I'iiscnccj bul
See lioxv itrai'rfuliy the curves
cf each ntc hlcrulrd, lew
itulcrd are the cars wlucli
nutih it in appcuance, or
in which the tnoJcrn lirvcl
eilue hoily (onumatrd hy
Sliulelialtcr) has been w per
Its potycj-tciourci'S are rnar-
cIoiij. Its "murine rar;-c"
'is aluple for oiJuuty diiMiif,
its "i-iticrucncy raiinc" p cj
e.vpress train speed ami pnuu.
Yet this is leally an ecoiimni
cal car to run, I'Acii its tnc
ccouomy is notahte.
'I'he thumupji tniisfacnon of
this car is evidenced die
thotisandt of It-tlcts fimu cm
thusiastic (Awitrs. Im hnuli,
Kliitptiivnt and appoinliiiuits
arc of tho hluluit ijualit).
DUNHAM AUTO CO.
' 403 W. Sixth St
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
J 7 (? .
x'-ix few VX'
Meh are sure
getting wise to
tobacco Qtmliiv. "
says tbe tobacconists
"Any kind of plug
used to be good
enough for most of
nearly everybody is
beginning to learn
about the realto
of genuine Gravely
Good tntc, imollcr chew,
lender life l what miikcit cq
ulne Grin cly cut le lu chew
tliun ordinary tobacco.
for bookttt en thtwlnt tlt
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.
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plu pacccd in pouch-
Ate used to flavor one
Jiffy-Jell dessert. The juice
is condensed and sealed in
This h ono of our best
fruit flavors. Compare it
with tho cJd-Etyle quick
JO FJavort, at Your Grocr'
2 Packagf for 23 Cent m
Come and see our line of
FARM ENG NES
Now on display at
WNZ PLUMBING SHOP
123 N. Sixth St
One of the surest ways to shorten the life of a
tire is the continual driving in deep ruts.
Itutn grind Into tho nldewall of tho tiro where they do not
have tho heavy protective covorlng of tho tread, Thin driving
rcHUltH In rapid wearing down on tho tildes. In this way tho
fabric Is torn and tho carcass soon worn down.
When driving In ruts It Is always well to bear In mind and
stay In tbe center as far as possible and drive slowly. Then
get out of them altogether Immediately tho occasion presents
Theso facts borne In mind will mean many added miles to
Sate mMTftg 1
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later on ?
Heath 5s Milligan Paint on your house acts like a mackintosh. It
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