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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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ZURICH, (Correspondeaca of tho
Associated Press.) According to re-'nlen
lartE reaching here from llerlln. the
r'err of new Germany nam reviv
ed to surpass all the efforts of their
predecessors In the exercise of offi
cial influence over the press.
Immediately opposite 'ho German
Foreign Office stands one of the pal
aces of the Royal Hcuse (f Prinsla
Berlin dispatch says, will be devoted
to the offices of officials whose work
will be that of Insulrlnit tho nrcss.
and the remainder win be transform.'
er Into luxurious clubrooms.
1 "There will be a library, writing.
I rooms, treading-rooms. smoking-
rooms, billiard-rooms, a restaurant,
an American bar, lounge rooms and
a gymnasium, with a telegraph office
Every conceivable device. It Is stat
ed, will be employed to capture and
retain the sympathies of newspaper
DAhH FOR POLE
OX SKIS lI.A.VRI.
CHRISTIANIA, AprM 2;. The
Norwegian government has arranged
to put food depots at different Din cs
on Grant L3nd from Cape Columbia
ihl-h of date years has been ocfu- to Kobeson canal for the use of
pl.l by Prince Frederick Leopold, a . Iisaid Amundsen who. In the summer
coLS-n of the former Jiraneror This: ' 1U20, expects to make a final ilasf
American Aviators 'to Exhibit
in at Least Nine Coast
Cities During Campaign
A flying circus made up of tweaty
Vmetlcan aviators, a captured Car
man submarine and 3000 feet of mo
tion picture film showing actual fight
ing on the Western front will be three
of the features used to attract atten
tion to the Victory Loan wblcb opens
The aviation feature will exhibit
LONUO.V, April 26.
Inejw men andjlrlllsh manufacturers
whose plants nro located outside of
London aro alarmed test the Germans
the American hlrrimnn flvln- Amri. ! arnuld again obtain proflltbln foot-
can. English and German Dlanea and
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Minn Ina Cold w oil. bo fur th
i pntt two months lua bron vliltloi
with her slilnr, Mr K j II Iruull
litnl of Pelican City. will U to
morrow for her borne In AihtinJ.
ral2C- Is to become the headcuaiters! -or the Pole on Skis and nith sleighs' man Fokkcrs. two Hrltiah singlo
of the new press bureau -vlilch he
government will create ;orn It will
be wore than a mere govorument de
piUment, for R-also will contain a
by way of Grant land or Winter Har
bouuoT Melville Island.
The Danish explorer Kn-id Has-
imibben soon will leao for Green-1
exhibitions will be made In at least
nine ot the larger cities or tho district.
This will be the most sensational fea
ture of the campaign and in the fleet
of eleven plnnos which wilt come to
this district Kill be two captured Or
Iwld In tbo country, ami vide pub
licit) Is being ghen all Information
v.hlch tends to show that Gurmuny
nriln expects to do buVnesx here, j l:nv been removed Tho llrltlih ir
The latest la the publication ot lab- Jealously guarding their home trad
ols which Germans have prepared fori front tho German
in expected trade and which have
bin sent to l.tiAdon by toldlerx with
the Army of Occupation at Cobtenx.
"Superior pclMttr made of the
best double refined cnstsleel made
In Germany" reads one label, and I
"finest hollow-ground raxors, set
ready for use, warranted; made In
Germany" U another. Still other
carry the guarantee of tho Germii
manufacturing firm, and'all of them
bear the place of origin.
According to an announcement by cream Waffles and Dellcloui Cof-
thn Hoard of Trado. the regulations fee at the Chill Parlor. Jutt around
ugalnst the Importation of German the corner on Beventh street, lll
goods In Great Jlrltaln nro stilt In ... , . . . ,
? , ., . . , 7 rr nlvi) on the Job rrndr l
forro, and there Is no danger of n uh,, rr f )mlr ,ire lii.urm.re. OUI
German trade Invasion until tln'K'.riur Smith, :W Multi t. 9-tf
Hmi Charles 8 itood. KUmltk
Agency, for Indian grating Unas u1
club for Journalists. p ( land with provisions for the food tle- wt
One part of the palatial building, a rots at Cape Columbia.
One of the U-Boats' Most Deadly Enemies.
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seater blinds, two Ilrltlah combnt 8
K. f.'s and five American Curtlss
The official itinerary has not been
completed, but amuni; the cities which
be vlxited are San Ult'no. Los
Angeles, San Francisco. Sacramento.
Portland, Seattle, Sokane, Uolso City
and Salt Lake City. Landing fields In
all thene cities are now being chosen, j
Hew aid ot small 'expenses; a small
leak will sink ? great ship.
aierir one penny lth tbar thy cleat
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Louis Honglund returned from
Portland Inst evening driving n big
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for tho Southern Oregon Auto Com-
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Ono of the most valuable aids In
destroying U-boats waa the detector
tubo with which our chasers were
equipped. This device, which regis
tered tbo slightest movement be
aeatu tho surface of tho wator, was
connected with a largo arrow. This
arrow would point out the position
of the submarine to the members of
tho chaser squadron which would
surround the spot Indicated and drop
depth bombs. The U-boat would bo
In great danger even It running far
bolow tbo surface, Tho Navy De
partment carefully guarded tho secret
of the detector tube's construction
during tbo war and this Is tho first
photogiaph showing the operation of
the arrow Indicated.
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