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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
TUKNIIAV, AIMll I, j
"Don't Start Anything You Can't Finish"!
IS EASY GRDE
O.VK AXI) UM.V PER CENT tiRAl)E 'iJEACOXESS IX KI'ISCOPAI.IAN
IS MAXIMUM Q.V ROUTE OVER I CHURCH WHO HAH WORKED
mocxtaixs. 'ixenrvi: i-koi'I-k!. ixukfatigaihi- for sold.
IIUSV OX MOVE i ' . 1EHS AIIROAl), IMSKS O.Y.
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V ' Mr' ,
PORTLAND, April IP. Th Ku-J V.'ord was received hero. Saturday
Eene Chamber, of Commerce ,eit bydrs. Gerry Cozad, announcing the
Senator McNvy Jata vn Uio-tiro- death In France recently of Mlsa Alice
posed Natron Cutoff which shou. j. KnJsht. dpacouegs of the Episcopal
that there a awrjxwiate'.y oie church of thts.dlocese.
li'iiled tulfa of to'jsti.jctloi'.' neccs-;' jjlsa Knight's homo was In, Now
Biry. ', t York, and she came to the west In tho
The'sriilo does not exceed ons attd interest ol tho Episcopal Church. In
one half per cent and for many ninei wj,Cj, Bi,e van un earnest and dovot
of the way Is eight tonrtu ofono per- qd worker. Possessed of a moat lo-
ccn.t- ; . ' allle disposition, she endeared herself
Representative Hawley has also" tQ a ,J0Bt () Iie0I,,0 .rCli,)ectivo of
promised to -use his Influence. 1 ,n KllimBth FaI1!, ti,0 newg of
' ! her death will come as a morft sor
The.above dispatch which waj re- ovm mei.3onger. N ;
colvedvla the Associated Press late, In81)re(l by tho zeu ot tf10 militant'
this afternoon. Indicates that the ,chrUtlan ot i,i,,m1ss KnlBht, on tho,
people of Eugene1 are standing by the" decIurat,on of war, dropped he: work
offer to use every mean' in their-. ... ... . .,, .,, ranka ot
power to get into commercial and
coclal relationship with Klamnth
I'OCII HOMt.S OUT FOK
I'KACE DUE COXQUKROR.
LONDON, April 22. The "corres
pondent of the Daily Mall In" Paris
sends an Interview he had with Mar
shal Focli, In which the marshal Is
quoted as declaring that' "our peace
must be a peace of victors, and not
"We must stay on 'the Rhine,"
Marshal Foch said. "Pray Impress
that on your countrymen. It Is our
only safety and their only safety. Wo
must double lock the door
"Remember those 70',000,000 Gerv
mans will always be a menace to us.
They are an envious and warlike poo
pie. heir characteristics are not
changed. Fifty years hence they will
be what they are today. T)o not trust
the appearances of the moment."
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PILOT TO I'IjV OVER
SAdDAMUNTf). Anrll 22. Lieu-'
tenant Qlmrles "V. Schwartz of Math-' three ticket sellers In olevatfd' rail
er" field, will, start on an aerial vo- way stations forced (to surrondor.
rcrultlng drlvo Jlay 20, He wilt fly ra! Three major caiiBes woro given by
fnr north 'sr Seattle dropping re-' tho chiof for tlio rclgn of lawloss-
crultlng literature and stopping nt
many cities to personally filgn up
uieu tot tho ajr service,
OPEN IT Ufxw.iu, '
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ALICE KNIGHT .
the Y. M. C. A. hastened to Franco,
where she labored unceasingly for
the soldier boys, who learned to lovo
her as s'he was loved by those she
left behind. On the signing of the
armistice, she lectured throughout
France, and It Is believed this de
sire to further holp the soldier boys
was too great a task on her already
waning strength and brought about
the Inevitable result death.
CIIIOAOO HAS WORHT
CRIME WAVE IX HISTORY.
CHICAGO, April 22. Forty-eight
hours of extremo violence caused
Chief of Police Garrity to summon
all commanding officers. lo his of
fice and warn thorn that unless there
were unremitting efforts to check
tho crime wave some of themMvould
face the trial board.
Records now show that since Jan
uary 1, there havo been 43 murders
In tine city, 2? deaths by man
slaughter and eight homicides,' a tot
al ot 80 killings In 1Q8 days. In nd
dltlon 202 stores had beon 'robbed,
94 saloons hold up and looted and
ness dUchargo of criminals froiv
tho army, unemploymSiii, top few
SAX FRANCISCO. C il . April 2J.
A t'e.ldeutp on v i Ico frr an In
definite nuinbev of montl's, ... even
of :'firs, Is qulti -Mf ii n J fu.tsljjle.
acfi ullng to Villi jatinm Su-fameon,
tho Arctic explorer. "Sthrkor -Sturkor-sen's
recent drift about tho Airtlc on
an (co field he looks upon-is on In
cident devoid of any particular it lin
ger or difficulties. Speaking rQcntitly
ot soma of the results of StorkijivpiiiSV
drift, as Indicated by tho l'urthl re-;
ports which havo reached him, Ste- j
fnnssan said i
."His drlft'nnd his soundings show;
clearly tho absence of Kccnan Land,1
If Kcensn Land l.i taken to be nsj
shown on the latest maps published
by the American Geographical Socl-.
ety. However, Captain Keennn's re
port of the sighting of Kccnan I.nnd
was so Indefinite that there always!
has been doubt of Just where It
would bo charted.
"This last Journey of tho Canndlan
Arctic Expedition also shows afresh
what all iho Journeys havo shown
that the carrying of food In slodgo
exploration In the north polar area Is
not only unnecsesary but actually a
disadvantage, as the heavy loads of
food Interfere with the oaso and
speed of travel. Seals and bears are
available as food.
"It has also shown that tho west,
ward furrent, known to,exlst In the
vicinity of the Alaska coast, dees
not exist, or at least Is not pronounc.
qd, two hundred miles from land.
"They have confirmed the sound
ings taken In, other par.tsof the Uenu.
fort Sea on the previous Journeys of
the expedition, showing .great depths
of the ocoan, averaging probably
about two miles. I make Oils .last
statoment tentatively, for we havo
not as yet Storlicrsen's completo
soundings, hut on tho gcnorrtl to
port that he found deep water. .
"Those repeated Journeys of Hie
Canadian Arctic ExpedUlfti? ohpw
that overy part of tho polar area Isj
now oaslly accessible by sledge trav-
el, If only you have wthyoii a pnrty,
of young mon, who ard not homo-.
sick, and nro willing to spend enough
In their work, For wo have
Bhown that you cnit travel nnywlioro g
on tjio sea Ico In sumirior and llvp H
safely on It at periods when you doH.
not caro to travel, resuming yourpnj
You agree with that sentiment we're the Nation is today. We had to 8tart
sure; and you'll also agree with the . Sjhj"; ; 'I'"1 'J. w uot to
. . . . , i linisii it. l lie liKhtinir s over l ,,
added idea "Don't leave unfinished. pnylng tho bift iH,a Wt,V(i Jro W
anything you start." That's whero finish the job.
BUY THE NEW VICTORY BONDS
They'll pay you a good revenue; The war taught us economy; not
better than previous issues; but that simply saving money, but .spoiuling it
isn't the point. You ought to buy thorn for the right things. These bonds
because they help "finish the job." , are one of the right things; and
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes are another
You can buy both bonds and The Victory Bonjls arc a good in-
clothes ; both high class security. The vestment, too ; they pav good interest
clothes are all-wooi, perfectly tail- ,. . , , , '
j 11 .1 i . i .. i... "WW wo backed by our government
ored, very smartly styled; they last ' j." mihihuh.
long and pay a daily dividend in ser- , your money back ; and they help
vice and good looks; and your satis- T
faction is guaranteed. FINISH THJC JOB.
Journoys again 'When tho seaiion bi-'
i comes favorable.
Tho many frlcndx of Mr. arid Mrs.
on J. Xumwnii, will bo glad l
-arn that -tiuy r.nvo rot i.rrio.i to,
1.1s city iftor an extended .ib.iv.ii.j
and will bo again at home ;.i thctt
itilduwn on South Riverside Ptroot.
Mrs. Ziuiiwnlt who was compeund:
to to to southern potnti olM.iwn
rionllis ago, on mcuiit f her l.nlth.
hi's spent Jost ot her time al I -fit
I'lixr. Sho vas Joined n- tqw mcntlin
uso by Mr. Zumwalt, '
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The Waterloo Boy!
PULLS THREE 14-INCH BOTTOMS. ,
BURNS GASOLINE, DISTILLATE OR KEROSENE.
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
"I Ain't Mad at Nobodv."
At the Merrill Opera House.
Music by the Klnmnth Jazz Orchestra.
' FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 25.
Refreshments Will Be Served and a Good Time Is
Guaranteed to All. v
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THEY HAVE ARRIVED
THE TRACTOR YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR
THE HOME OF QUALITY. ;
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