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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1919)
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I.MISIIX MAIllMKS I
Elbowing With Near-Great at National Capital
KLAMATH 1'AI.I.M (Jllll
7 HE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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SHORTAGE OF 'SMOKES'
ACUTE IN BERLIN
UIIUI.IN Tho Illicit trail. In rig
nn-l'iM lins gnwn to ill. !i piiipuriioti
In Herlln that tlic imthnrl.'l' - i
cutis .Serins ii nimpaUli .iiMlttit pinfi
lof wlin soil Ihi'iii fm iloiilili iniil
tulili their vnliu I'lg.irntti's now
li'iif Iiih'iiiiii' 'ii ic;irci lluil unf of
urit'u r qii.illtv rend I h phiiiiii milt
IB rruts mill, uhllt' tlu prlri l pl.ilu.
ly iiinrKoil mi rni'li rljsau,tt. the are
ilally sold In llu streets b peddli'in
for much higher pi Ice
vi:i:ir i niuiti:
sr.M.Mi:it in ui:xi:v.
CHWEVA. .Inly f.. Tlili city Iiiik
become ii Hf.vl null Hit to the rhllilirll
li i I ninrli Iiiih a! lu"l ili'.iorti'il llio
rnlil i "'IiikIo lili'KHi'ilni'iH." fur Unit
of munled lillys " Though Ole
fiii'inN mo ii'iuly to Ih'IImi' im.wliltig
of lidii thu illil not I'M'i'it liliii to K"
Hilltn mi fur
'li. uning luil v iiiliiitlni: lir fit
turn to Mr. Lumen In Ml Carnl l.wni
ii Kliti-r of Mrs, Mont Hamuli r lm
l writ known lii'ii' Tin' groom ti'is
roiitlnrli-il ii silioi' lepulr itltnp In
Kliiniiith Pulls for ii Komi nniu veiir
mill If ln ii'IhiIm tlio illffnri'iici'.i thai
obstruct tin- life of ii inurrli'il mini ni
iltftl iii lit' Iiiih the hIioi'h of tir
liiilf llio population of this oily. hi,
will Im ii Ioiik niul tuippy life
Tin. yoniiK pi'iiplo wore married
- POT V MAmitlcVUtV
Visitors t the national capital who dote on c!oe-up of leaders In affairs or tho day have busy ho urn
once they turn Into Psnnsylvania-av because It is here that one rubs elbows with the men who are
making history. Witness this group of new snapshots just rcteived Left to right. Senator Boise Pen
rose of Pa.. Republican leader and chairman of the Senate finance committee. Senator N U. Dial. Inns;
term senator to succeed the late Senator Tlllmin of S C . Prank Vanderlip. retired president or the
National City Bank. New York. Dr Charles E. Monroe. exploste expert. U S. Bureau of Mines, now nt
work on Bolshevik bomb outrages. -Senator Htrtsler' Ball of Delaware, succeeding Senator Saulsbury.
Vice President Tom Marshall and Democratic leader. Senator Martin nt Vlrrluln-
r.f Wnlim. uul Invited tluni .ill to HU'ti mm if" " " ..r.--pas.isom"
w; k' o( tl.o N'miMcr iit;r mon was ovir. mir kIvIiik n hlnl
Tlu llrst group of 2 fit) ctillilri'ii li;ivej"f tllr ilillniitlon.
arrlrnl. Among th llttlp Kiic'ts iirci
th children of officer anil Milliters , An. vou iruttlnK ready? Why. tlon't
killed In defending tlio celelinited ,you know thnt the KikH nr coming
fori r.xnuvu will nnv nil .. .....w.. Otl AllgllSt 14. IS unil 16. NOW gut.
(Ircoii mIiiIih urn "rlpv or.
iliT 1 1 1 1 r wlntci' hiiii'
I'm' lllork wuoil foi vn,lr
roiikur, It In iilwnyn kooJ.
I'loiiipl m'i'Vli'i' unil i inn d.
on tri'iitnii'iil, nt onr nlni
"WimmI to Hum"
connocled with the sohemo.
LOS A.NOKI.KS ("KIKK OK I'OLH'K
nELIEVKS XATIOXAL POLICK
FORCE SOLl'TlOX OF R.DICAI..
LSM I'.NRER IDEAL CONTROL
pie in this city and iiuiIIpiI In the
Klamath Kails postofflce required on
ly one cent. This Is wrong. All drop
letters, or those mulled to people In
Klamath Kails, require two cents po
tage, just the same as If they were
mailed to someone outside of t!."
city. The reason for this Is that two
cents postage Is required In all dtle
javliie canler service. It Is r.o new
regulation. It has always been so.
N sr IN
Are you getting reailv? Why. don't
you know that the Elks are I'umltut
on August 14, 15 and 16? Now get
GOOD FARM LANDS
lllfi (iKOWTH IX HALF CEXTl'RV. ALL FOR ITALY AT PEACE
LOS ANOELES. July ."..A nnt'on-
al police force, operated a a spir-1
ate and distinctive branch of the Fed-;
erat government pos-sesed with ,
funds sufficient to prosecute the .
most relentless invetigatlins ar.d re-1
moved from the rer.!m of polit'r. is'
the ideal agency by which t'.io United .
States can combat radicalism. In the
opinion of John L. Cutler. Chief of
Police of Los Angeles who hn l";t
returned from a conference of Paclfi1
Coast chiefs of police at San Fran
cisco, where the looming tn-nace of
inarchy was diseased.
PARIS. Ji'l- ." . statistician
"'io had made a study of the growth
of the population of ParN c',in'"
that the city, within Its present limits
.;!! have 6.000.000 inhabitants in
.rotlicr h-Uf c '111110 and that tin
"" ''n of tho re'iartmwrt of the
heme. i litrii ii? thinks n'n n n -
a part of the capital, will have in
creased to 14.300.U00.
He bases his figures on the actual
development of the city since 1S00
and on the progressive density of
,the population which went from S".
"This national police department
nhould be strong enough numerica" 3cr-' in lfll
to cope with any situation. i'ji r
with a sufficient appropriation to
undertake a determined campaign
against destructlonists ar.d should lie
vmpowered by national legislation to
call upon, and if necessary to dire"!,'
the activities of any local outhorltv, '
Jeclare"s Chief Butler.
"The national police force, vhlch
the best-informed police officials now ,
favor, should Iip directed bv esp"r'-l
en-'ei. detectives not pollticiars. " ,
should never be used for political,
purpr.v nor for or against labor or i
to the acre in 1S61 to 14C to the
In 1961 ho anticipates
HflK SITE T!)
BE READY SODN
Iron Is Important for the blood
If .lour system lacks Iron, luxe Nitx
M'one, the powerful tonic and
strength-builder. $1.00 the large
To prevent disease and to pre-
servo health and strength, the
blood must lie kept rich and pure
TECTOXS TRYIXC; TO GAIX HACK and the digestion in proper work-
PRE-WAR TRADE AXI CLAIM ing order. Nux-l-Totui. the iwwer-
THEY COI'LI) HAVE SECCRED ful ,onlc. contnlnliiK Iron mid Nux
omica, in romliluiitloii with llevf
and Wine, is a viiltiiibli. uhl In kiin.
TA1H.I2 lug the general health In good con-
dltlon. $i.iii) the large bottle. C-lt
x...,. .. . . (iOOD FARM la.NDS.
nOML. -Already German infill- Dandy 40a tract, mostly la alfnl-
ence has been exercising Itself In It- fa, suven miles from Kails, fair
nly in an endenvur to win hack its bouse, excellent drainage. Price $3.-
pre-war trade, which annually had 0U" , T,'n"s
, , , One of the best Irrigated 30-urre
amounted to nearly two hundred trac, , tho K:im!1,h allty It s
million doll irs --t'io't i:-.il puports on good road, near school, and only
Interviews have recently been pub- "'V";'08 'lom K'1""' A larK.ilu at
.. . , , .... , , $6,000 Terms
lished In Italian papers which en- LarK. .,.,,.,,, tracts I0 uU ,..
deavor to establish the idea In the chaser; also stock ranches in all
Italian mind thai, i:d ( .; iniij lnei parts of the county
consulted in the matter of Italian n IIOl'SES AND LOTS.
Calms at the Peace Conference. ,,. J"" ,;v:!:;:i::-r!; ""J
aly would hr.e secured nil that had sower In. Only jiiiHi.
been asked. Tills has been Inter- A good lot on llth St. pavement,
preted by many prominent Itallanr, at r,u- And a better one at $530,
as purely a subtle bid for Italian pat- $6?.0, ""'' $G5I)- . ... , '
1 (.nnd in r.rnnii limtui mini 1Hi1i
somc ronage anticipating the resuscitation Sc100i j.rIc IJnl.. t1u0o. with
tween Italy and Germany. Men four-room house and small
., , , .. i . , barn, one block from Main St at $1,-
Chlef among the Interviews ap- 150 Kasy torlllH i.08st..ssOI, SOOI1.
pearlng In Italy were those of Prlnco Good live-room furnished house In
Von Iluelow nnd Count Von Hern- Kod location, lnrgo lot, garuge. Prlcw
storff The former was married to 2.l,). -'ay lerniK
an Italian and maintains In Italy one Z &!i&
of the most elaborate villas. Italians St., at $2,000, on easy terms.
contend that it u.m hi- iliject t.- m. Rl'SIXESS PROPERTY.
licit Italian favor when he said: Largo lot on Klamath Ave., pave
ment nt leuu Minn t.r.lt i.e. timt .,
& miiii; 1.-. uu iiauu.i tii. u mm iriisi. easy terms.
SOME ONE HAS SAID THIS WAS THE "GAR.
DEN OF EDEN,"
and it is yet, if one is to judge by kindness. The
people of Klamath Falls have done all in their pow
er to make this place a success, and we thank you.
If your affairs need adjusting please come to 1027
Main or call 3S2.
Agnes H. Eskelson
rano win cover iy,.iiio acres, prac
tically the entire territory of the De
partment of the Seine and
communes of the Department of of friendly commercial relations be- $250 cash
Seine et Oije.
r nni. .i.i
capit.T and should never become in- FREE OROl'XDS OX THE SHORE go to Italy. All Its Inhabitants are lllg lot " on Klamath, pavement.
OF LAKE TAHOE OPEX TO THE Italian except a small minority. Kv- near the heart of the city, at ?l2f.
PL'RLIC OX JULY lit EVERY ervthlnir In Plume l itniinn tn ti Pr ftont foot, on easy terms
CONVENIENCE TO HE ARRANG- most Hungarians living in Flume
ED CAMPING PERIOD GOV
vciveu in tneir aittprences. tip or-1
ganization should be one to which, i
eould be reported for proper Inqiil-v ,
any suspicious acts of nersons, com-'
ing to the rotice o' city, county o
state authorities, civic organisations .
or individuals; in other words, it,
should be a centralized
ERXED BY DEMAND
SACRAMENTO. Calif. A free
clearing camping ground on the shore of Lake
nouse .or uaia lor me proiecuon ox Tahoe ,n ,he Serra Neva(Ia Inoun.
our people and Industries against tafn8j belng prepared by tho Btate
anarchy or radlcaHsm." w,n be readjr for u'e by the puI),c
,..- .. -. I before July 13 It was announced to-
UKdll .IIAIU XllilJ
RFQUIRKS TWO CENTS "a' b' Georfe,NeaIe' " "sh an1 Germany is ready to forget the past Price..
KhQUTRhS TWO CENTS. coran,l8f,oner for the Northern Pll(,,
We have a 120x130 ft. apartment
hoiiho situ that would bo hard tn
are more favorable to Italian than heat Price Is $10,000, on terms.
to Jugo-Slav rule." We aro sure thu location will please.
r, . ,. ti , , . , Non-resident owner offers for sale
Count Von H,rnstorff seeks In his a ono.8lory ,lrck hMMnK , cxcpI.
Interview Intended for the Italian lent location; 3fi ft. front, at $1G,.
people to forgive Italy for allying her COO, on easy tonus. It Is about tho
self with Germany's enemies. He beht "ulc ''"ll'Hng In tho city,
admits that had the ancient German crZl TS
despotic rule won, Italy would hint excellent Income. U'h among the
never been forgiven but that the new cream of Main St. Ask us about the
Clillcote & Smith, 0!!3 Main.
Wonderful progress is being made in medic
al science and new remedies are constantly
being discovered. This creates new prob
lems for the pharmacist and makes it imper
ative that your
be Hilled by those who are wholly competent
and who have these newer remedies on hand
Your physician will be pleased if we fill the
prescriptions which he writes, because he
knows that we have everything prescribed
and that our compounding is done with skill
Let Us Fill Your Next Prescription
WV KLAMATH FALLS OREGON THn? 1
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY TMCIR DRUGS
A large number of the businessmen
and residents of this city are laboring i ,
under the impression that when the
government reduced letter postage
from three cents to two cents. It also
meant that letters addr9ssed to peo-,
TO THE PUBLIC.
It gives us pleasure to announce
District of California. Camping sites
that will accomodate eightv ilii0"
parties at one time, have been laid
' i out on the site of the old stat'i fl-li '
hatchery, a short distance from Ta
hoe City. '
Drinking fountains have been In-
j stalled and water will lie accessible
to each lot for cooking purposes. He-
tl.of ... !,,. ,,.,,,,! M, oo.-lcu nf lu,c ""-" OUHIIIICJ II1U CIIIIIIIIISBIUU
limb maiq awui:, i rav , ,.t.o ... ,
Mr. Frank Robinson to take charge hope? to have shower baths Install
of our Photo Department. eu io; Ja cciivonlenco of the camp-
Next to our immense Drug and e a complete sewage system and
Prescription business, we consider),, ' ... ,..., .. , . , ,
the Kodak Department tl . ma-. p..n - 3 -"'"'rator have been In
of our business, the grow '1 in 'his i ---1 s,-""e ' I
partment having been so phr-iomei al' TIu- tr ct of thirteen acres owned
that we have been compelled to pro-,i,y the state has a frontage on the!
X cTir Mr. ZZVl'l ? T T "" Paral,e,8'
Druggist with a wide experience in,tne ,,ack llno of tho Property. The
photographic work, especially X-Ray number of camping sites will bo mov-l
and Micro-photography and ho will ed to a new site purchased by the
IKfBvuuny uevmoii uuu iinni yourB,nfo Tll,Q ,. ,,, . ,, , ,,
films, and will give the same skill!
and care to them that he does to his
X-Ray and Microscopical work. If
you are not getting the results with
your films that you ought to get,
come In and see Mr. Robinson; he
will be glad to meet you and to give
you the benefit of his experience.
YOU OUGHT TO GET GOOD
There Is no reason' why you should
not, so if you are 'not, come In and
see us. We want you to mako your-
aell at homo in this store, and to
feel that wo will do anything that
lies In our power to help you to ob
tain better pictures, and what Is
more, we will give you the best work
that can be done in this city, at no
more cost to;you than you would pay
STAR DRUG CO.
Southern--Oregon's Most Complete
free camping ground on tho lake
shore. Whllo automobile owners are
expected to patronize the camp in
large numbers, the commission has
emphasized that the camp will be
open to all who desire to use It. A
superintendent will be In charge to
make assignments to camp sites.
Among the rules and regula
tions is a provision that the time
of the camping period will be gov
erned by the demand. It will be
limited to fourteen days or at the
discretion of the superintendent
the regulations say.
given to the Glornale d' Italia re
cently has been treated In the saint :::
light as that of Prince Von Duolow,
wrlle Italians aro saying of It, "we
prefer to trust in victory than alter
natives." Count Ilernstorff fnlled
to arouse any great enthusiasm
among the Italians for the proffered
But tho Germans have not been
asleep In Italy. Already Gorman
goods are finding their way Into tho thick and thin .
Italian markets. A Milan newspa
per recently announced that a large HE S YOUR MAN.
shipment of Gorman Jewelry hart For fifteen years Diamond Tires
been received at tho frontier, destln- i,aVo seen other tires como and go,
ed for all parts of Italy. German m through thick and thin
printing products, tourists guide
books and stationery have been on
display in shop windows for weeks.
Some of them were pre-war stock,
but by far the greater part is new.
Tlio man who has the grit and
tenacity to stick to his Job, no mat
ter what the difficulties, through
PHvHlHHi ll ttUfBBIl
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Experienced woman or
girl for general housework. Phono
Just Remember this. The dates tor
the Elks' Convention are August 14,
day for you' to do what should be
llntld lial.A ilia H11r.s a tin.... mm
August 14, IS and 16, What are you 'FOR KENT Furnished rooms for
uoingj gentlemen, 7ti wainut sc. t-n
BUSINESS FOR SALE--Less thart
$1000.00 will buy good paying bu
siness In Klamath Falls, Place to live
cheap rent for premises wife cvn
run business while man works out
Inquire Moral 1 office. 5-""
COOK WAITED Wtman, or man
and wife', Man for outside wortc.
William h. Tlngley, R. F D, No. 1.
WANTED- Girl .'or light housowork.
Phone 317 W. 6-tf.
the tires with tho red sido walls
havo demonstrated their grit and te
nacity, tho qualities of service and
economy wanted by every motorist,
that have given them the reputation
of holding their customers year after
M you want a tiro that will make
you .come back for more, buy one I
DIAMOND TIRE & VUL
120 S. 6th St
Wf) ''' -& Your razor is
v9Wi-S$M$ no better than
r i 3
I f M
Tho strong, keen-cutting convex
edges of Gem Damaskccnc Blades
removes the toughest stubble and
tendcrest growth with velvet-like
The life of each blade is remark
To know the luxury of velvet-like,
mooth self-shaving, you must shave with
Gem Damaskccnc Blades. They leave
your face with that smooth, comforublc
Wc sell a sefof seven Gem Damaskeenc
Blades for 50 cents.
Our store is shavers' headquarter.
Baldwin Hardware Company
'The House of Quality"
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