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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I'lUDAY, Al'llll, .t ,,,
HE'S WATCHING YOU
w wis tiTin its 'io urM:rrr in
i uis i:irmi:Nri:. spent im-n.
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I I.N VAIN 'IO IINII RELIEF
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JOHN M. LEWIS. ABcnt
tlio roKlntrntloiM In l!l".
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UllSira STARTED SOON
htofith. My hontl achod (oimtinlly
mid 1 continually lost In wolfiht.l
stronth and onorKy 1 spoilt iiroiin.l '
threo hmidroil ilolhus for mo.llclnoH
hut Kot no hotter. "Whit did tho llttio onoi miv . hon
"I flnnllN boiiKlit Tnnlir on tho n. told tholil thoro U no Stiilil I
strotiKth of lilijl. fiulorscmont'' nod Claim"
my first hottlo miido u uuirko.l rluiiiKo Tho inked mo If I n Junt find.
In m foollllKs ho I tioiiKht nnotlirr iiik It out WmlilliKloil St.ir
BEND, April 2".- That Central
Oregon will within fiO da bo per
mitted, under n special dispensation
LONDON", (Correspondence of the
Associated Press) "I expected ni
sentence, but I am glad to die for
inr country. In the slcht nf etprnllv.
I know now It is not enough to love to orPanlz an KlKs loJeo. with he.l
only jour own country. You must quarters in Uend, was tho iiromli'
love all, and not hate any." J -Monday night of Deputy C.rnnd Evn"-
Those were among tl last words 1 Ruler H. U. Toncy of McMlnnlllo
of Edith Cavell, the British nurse In an address during the closing hour t
who was executed by the Germdns in cf n banquet gten by tho local mem. I
Belgium. The churchman to whom " of tho nntlered herd for the
they were spoken, the Rev. H. S. T. E'ks of Deschutes, Lake. Crook nod
Oahan, has Just returned to Eng- Jefferson counties. Ono hundred nu-i
land from Brussels, where with his Hfty lodgemen, including many dele.
wife he remained thruout the war. J Pates to the Oregon cattle nnd horre
Aided by a German protestant mll.i raUers1 convention were there. lr.
lUry chaplain, Mr. Gahan received Toney Is taking with him rhnrter
permission, he says, to see Miss Cav. list of 58 names, which will h sent
ell In prison on the night before '.he
death sentence was executed.
"With the chaplain," Mr. Gahan
Mid, "I went to the cell door and it
opened and Miss Cevell stood In the
doorway. I trad gone prepared for
a very trying scene. There stood my
friend looking s calmly sweet as
anyone could look. She was un
changed, except that she appeared
better for the enforced rest In pris
on. The warden withdrew and we
were not interrupted.
"I remember practically all she
said. She was thankful for the quiet
time, as her life had been such a
burden and rush in many respects.)
She was not sorry to go, for her life
had contained so much trial that she
"was weary beyond endurance. 'They
.have treated me very kindly here,' "
,The little communion vessels wero
placed on a chair, and after the
service Mr, Gahan recited "Abide
with me," Miss Cavell, joining under
"Then I felt," the minister con
tinued, "that I must not staj ninth
longer, for I had been there an hour
I stood up and said, "Good-bye.' and
we were face to face. She was look
ing slightly strained, but nothlnc
more Wo shook hands and smiled,
and I added. 'We shall meet again'
Good-bje ' "
The great crime of hurrying the
execution according to Mr Gahan,
belonged to the military governor of
Brussels, who would not wait to
communicate with headquarters.
at once, with a special recommenda
tion for Immediate action to the
grand exalted ruler.
While the baby lodgo of tho state
Is expected to be In running order
within two months' time, the charter
cannot finally he granted until the
meeting of the grand lodge In July.
Work to organize a lodge of Bend
and Central Oregon Elks was started
two years ago, but was halted whn
State Senator Vernon A. Forbe3 n:ul
Ralph Polndexter, the leader In the
movement, were drowned at Cros
cent lako last summer.
JAPS SAY KOREAN
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DON'T RAISE UNPROFITABLE HOGS
KILL THE UCE AND KEEP THE PREMISES SANITARY BY USU.Q
KRESO DIP No. 1
EFFECTIVE EASY TO USE ECONOMICAL
EitwrtmmMon lirnhnn rmitht JS1 Jlluttmol Knoedlp No. I -III kill Vlruknt
Ho CboJrra Virtnii UTorolnu.n bruritact. Writ tut Iraa tefclu mi tot iais
A&U Ccacme Uutf Wallow Construct km
4 Kma Dap No. 1 In ofiaUal rti Fo 3 B
STAR DRUG CO.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 24.
The Japanese Embassy In an offi
cial statement Issued today declared
that the reported cruel measures of
the Japanese authorities in suppress
ing the Korean disturbances had been
exaggerated and that tho total num.
her of casualties in the proving had
been 331 killed nnd 73j wounded
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
It is just as easy and quick to go to the right
place to get quality meats as not; and instead
of getting only some satisfaction and enjoy
ment you get it all.
534 Main St.
IS STILL IN PARIS
PARIS, April 25 Herbert Hoover!
has been groatly surprUd ami an
noyed .) ti.e dispatches announcing I
lie was in Berlin. Ho has been In this
city for weeks. He Is unable to ac
count for the report unless ho Is be
ing Impersonated at the German capi
OlinCOV LEADS DISTRICT
I VICTOHV LOAN" DRI E.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 24.- Oio.
goi! Is the leading state In the district
In the laco for the first full Liberty
Loan quota. Portland Is reported to
bo lagging. The state outside Port
land is reported to havo reached
eighty per cent of Its quota,
Get a Travelers ncclile.it iind health
policy ..nil protect our income. Cliil--
cote & Hiiiltli. agcniH. 'J-u
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDEIt
REST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT CiUAHANTEED
Pi Ices nro very reiisoiuiblo
Viiiii inspection I. uiliil
Chas. J. Cizek
BJS Main St,
Just yeceived, a large shipment of LIBBY'S Cele
brateel high grade Pineapple.
This SPECIAL PINEAPPLE is the choice of the
season's growth. It is grown in Hawaii anil is gath
ered when thoroughly ripe. It is sealed in it's pack
ages within a few hours from the time it is picked,
and in this way all of the rare flavor and delicious
ness of the Pineapple is brought to your table.
The distinctive rich and heavy rich syrup is made
from pure sugar.
This we have in No. 1 and No. 2'. tins; price 20c
and 40c. We would like to have you try a can with
your next order.
THE SUNSET GROCERY
It's Easy to Rember, and We'll Deliver the Goods.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919
Music by M. Dabry Orchestrji
Everybody is cordially invited. Good time for all
You should treat your feet well during the warm
You can insure foot comfort through the use of
NYAL'S FOOT POWDER
This is an antiseptic preparation that is cooling,
soothing and healing to sore and tired feet. It
is especially beneficial in cases of excessive pres
piration, as it prevents disagreablo odors. Just
sprinkle it in your shoes every morning and your
daily work will seem lighter. Price 25c.
KLAMATH KORN KNOCKER
Warm weather will make your corns sting and
constantly keep your feet on your mind. You
can not work well under such conditions, so get
rid of the corns now. You can wear your .shoes
and suffer no inconvenience or pain while the
corns are being loosened. Price 35c
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
J WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE J i I
I pumitv I BUY THEIR DRUGS (StSS)
LJ fp J J J Iff Afl&v ;
n 25l Wj rtn-, 'L.J
ROBERTS & HANKS
422 MAIN ST.
Full Sugar, Half Sugar, Golden Tankard
MAMMOTH LONG RED and TABLE VARIETIES
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St
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