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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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WANTED Men to work on ranch. s..KM. Mnv 21 Mrs ...,.!e Jrr
good wages Inquire Herald office. ,-.,,.
.. v's of Portland lias been -..riint pre-
sldent of the Kebecuh .tote .Vein- clover Leaf Town
i'iih mm i' Irrl," iim.ii iiii'i
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of tilt' lUillnotl'l. ll'l ll't l.riMI
workitiK hard to brltiK uhnul I ho tin
The unit oonslsti of about olRlit
hundred ueres uud Is known as l alt
Numlier 1'our The liiud litclinb d
lies Im'Iou llnhanza and the main
dltrh rarrvltiK the waled Is two and
a halt miles In length This dltrh has
now been eoiiipleled up to the point
whore the pump are installed In
Lost IMer It will hrltiK the total of
the watered area around llotiniiia
up very materially, several other
units havltiK been ulroiidv rompleted
The trrlK.itlon by pumpliiR from l..i
' Itlver has been made available nt a
very reasonable fiKUre, and Is fast
' ilevolopInK the lands around the
LOST License 5S444 between here bly. succeodltiK Mrs Jeanic Hutm- of
and oiene. Return to Herald of- firants p-i
"WANTED To rent, invalid's wheel I'KKSIIIMJ'S PIMltSKI
chair. S19 Walnut ave.
Francis K How no. J II I'michl.
and Albert HurKdorff are associated
with Mr Sutton In t nit Number
WANTED Girl for general house-
work Good wages Write LisKy
ranch. Dairy. Ore. 22-t
General Pershing s proposed visit
to England has been Indefinitely
postponed, due to the belief of iiu-
eolt. welsht.abSutWlir5k0 Ibyounf "-" "at it would be Inadv Is, Ho n),.nt , pu,h,nen' for .....
to leave me itnine until tne i ioniums falser recommeniled here liv 'ir Men
I.IKi: TKKM Hill
rHICAGO. Mnv 22 The death
sentence, comniuted to life imprlMin-
ana gentle, or will trade for any of
the-following: Cow, four house Fres
no Scraper .or wagon Phone 1SFI.J
or see Harry Telford, nine miles out
Jlerrll! Road 22-lt
had signed the peace treaty.
i.i:avi nut poktuwi.
Having taken over the interest of
Van's Auto Service In the Ashland-Medford-Klamath
Falls Auto Stage
line, same will now be operated en
tirely by myself We connect at Ash
land or Medford with all northbound
trains. Our local office will be with
the City Transfer Co., 621 Main st
22-1 CHAS. B .HOWARD
JIIm- Antoinette Matt left thin
morning for Portland and Seattle,
where she will visit with friends and
ry Van !ke. former minister M Hol
land "A sentence of death nnlv wnuld
satisfy the demands of Justice." lid
Van Dyke "Hut life li'iprlsotiinout
would afford opportunity for io ef
fect of the sentence to liupiei.t lt.tolf
ion what conscience Is left In th" cul
prits of his murder rllnue "
Free Dance Saturday night. May
2th. over Fort Klamath Garage at
Fort Klamath Everybory invited.
The Ashland-Klamath Falls Auto
Stnge office is now with the Citv
Transfer Co . 621 Main t 22-6t
Six days filled with inspiring music. Chautauqua week brings
splendid music of every kind in abundance from the stirring
airs of Castellucci's Concert Band to the rare orchestral music of
the Zedeler Symphonic Quintet
CASTELLUCCI'S CONCERT BAND
Omero Castellucci, famous band director, brings to Chautauqua
on the fourth day his great organization of Italian
musicians. First Western tour.
THE INETRNATIONAL TRIO
On the opening day comes the International Trio in two of the best
musical programs of the week. Don't miss them.
THE OVERSEAS QUARTET
Four singing Sammies straight from France will be with us on the
second day "Victory Day." Featuring songs of
camp and trenches.
ZEDELER SYMPHONIC QUINTET
Five real artists headed by Nicolai Zedeler, great Swedish 'cellist.
Two concerts on the third day of the best orchestral
. music the platform affords.
"The biggest little company on the Chautauqua platform." Two
pragroms of infinite variety on the fifth day by these
talented musical entertainers.
EARL HIPPLE CONCERT COMPANY
Four splendid musicians coming in two concerts on the last day.
They are the "Joy Night" company, one of the biggest
successes on the Chautauqua platform.
Season Ticket Prices: Adults $2.50, Students $1.50, Children $1.00
(War Tax Not Included)
For those holding Season Tickets, 100 reserved seats for en
tire program can be secured for 50c. These are on sale at Golden
Rule Store. They must be taken before nrocrram onens.
If we say thnt our Clothes ftrcdUlW;
tivc, we say the same thing that thous
ands of other Clothiers have snid. It is
a word that is much over-wrought and
in most cases means nothing.
But we mean a lot when we say that
KUPPENHE1MER CLOTHES are "dis
tinctive." We mean that they have ele
ments of style, definite refinements of
tailoring and precise fabric qualities
that distinguish them from other clothes
characteristics that set the prece
dence for Clothing Value.
KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES have
those distinctive qualities of fine wear
that impart their distinction to you.
They do not assert themselves blatantly,
but draw attention to the individual
rather than to his attire.
'The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes"
Where Money Went
Iwlii . Franklin, director of
the War Un OrKanlzallon, tIU
Iho why of the Victory Liberty
Ian In thosn werds:
"Tim money miburribed In Urn
Fourth Uinn, which wan $1,000.
OOO.OOO in excoaH of what we nknd,
1 an ted tllo Treasury 'Department
only until the tenth day of IK' com
ber, when wh found ourselves nKln
"The expenditure of the Troaii
ury Department, the actual cash
outgo, lat December was $2,060,
000,000, The annual rate of eu
pendlturn bflfore the war was about
$1,000,000,000 a year."
Thli money and more, Franklin
said, went to pay the coat of KUnn,
hlpi, ammunition, food and equip
ment that nerer actually got Into
the war but which caused Germany
to surrender. Germany's inrrendnr
saved the Uvea of 00,000 of our
A lot of the money to be realized
from the Victory Liberty Loan hai
beeu spent already. It helped to
avo those 00,000 soldier bo)'
Prepare to buy Victory Liberty
HI'ltINO I.AKI) DltllM'INOS
Mr. Wm. Choyno attended lodi?n
meetlnK In Klamath Falls Vodnen
Mr. and Mm. A. R, Hchrelner vault
ed with Mr. mid Mm, John Donuy
'Frank Htownrt nnd family nud
MIhb Ella Green wore, county Bout
Chas. Mack and family attonded
Hervlces at the Mt. Lakl Church Sun
day to hear the new minister,
A aJ-.m, LJJt ms0rp W;j Y L,!,
The Gasoline Engine
Which does notrequire an
Expert to operate
Baldwin Hardware Co.
'The House of Quality"