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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
-CHICK" EVANS AND HIS TITLED CADDY.
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I flrer of tho hondnunrtcra of tho west,
lorn department, room 601 Sunlit Ko
building, Second and Market otreots,
Sail Francisco, who makes tho fol-
1 lowing announcement ?
j "Word hits Just boon received from
Washington that tho'llurean of War
Hlttk Insunuuv Is ready to accept ap
plications for conerslon of tho War
lllsk Insurance carried by tho sol
dier while In tho service. Many
mon who bnvo dropped tholr go em
inent Insurance have also Inquired
how thoy can continue their lunlir
nnce. I'pon discharge they did not
reallre tho benefits and privileges of
tho government Insurance, and only
upon their return home, nn
they understood the object
ly did they realize the folly of drop
pins Insurance. !
I "The government policies aro very A
llliAHnl ...t Ikn wn.ni n ! TIM-
iiuuiui, mum tilt? luirn uiu iu i if, 4ip
cause a man was In the military
vice of the. United States tho prl
lege of carrying government Insu
and when V
nnco Is given him.
o very A
'. IMP. X
DULL AFTER WAR
NKAIUiV ALL SOCIAL KIXTUltKM
MISSING THIS YKAIt CAUOKN
PARTY TAKKS PIjACK OK PRES-
KXTATIOX OF DKnUDAXTES AT
Sir Thomai Talt (at left) and "Chick" Kans.
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LONDON. July 12. Tho first sum
mer of the after-the war era Is p.isv
Inc as a mere ghost of the old Lon-
Orfdtes who advise golfers prop- E. Sawyer represented the West and don pocu ,,,, which formerlv for
rly about a new course and keep an Oswald Klrby and Gardiner White tnreo ,0ts aftl,r Kaster trnnsfo-in-agle
eye on the ball are a rarity, the East. They played at Hamilton, e(J Helgrnvla and Mayfalr Into n
Sere Is a caddy of the type and he Toronto. 6tawa. Montreal and St. 8pt.rtaclo by day and night,
lefnses to play. He Is Sir Thomas Andrews-by- the- sea. The eastern" n other years, before tho vur
Talt, who caddied for Charles (Chick) pair won three matches, the western wrought Its changes, the early wccKo
Evans when Evans and three other two and three were square. Sir 0f summer saw the great London
et America's best amateurs made a Thomas caddied for Evans at St. An- houses thrown open for entortulniiu,
ireek's tour of Canada to aid the iJrews-by.flte-SeJ: Earle II. Eaton on a scale which no other European
Cn.dtan Red Cross. Evans and D. arranged the golfers' trip. capital knew. Their blazing windows
On July. 16th this Bank will 'be one year old and our
resources at that date .will total
And it is with sincere appreciation of the liberal pat
ronage accorded us. that we make this announcement
to our many friends and customers who have made
this success possible.
Wishing you all kinds of success and prosperity dur
ing the coming year, we are
W I L BUILD
. - - at night told of reception1 and r!i;n- t
months will be needed for their erec- ces on a grand scale. Court was 'iod
tlon at IHtckinghom palace with an array
Provision for the purchase abroad ;ot uniforms and Jewels making an In-
Sof a Zeppelin type airship at a cost(srpassable show. Ily day the entlro
not to exceed $2,500,000 is made in West End was packed with cars and
the naval bill, and the construction .carriages taking the women of society
. ilwillt rt tint i nitld olul ctttfitititiirr ?
Jylamath jtate fjank
SiOO,000 AUK TO BE SPENT TO modei
-HOUSE FliYINU 3I.t.'lS Vt
in this countrv of a similar machine al)"llt for tllclr calls am shopping.
at a cost of S 1.500 000. It is prob- Thero navo been four ''lll"k 'c""
able that the machine purchased frol 1915 to 19ls a ow "0Rt
. ,..ni i, nt the nrttuh n.m i"o esiHiiiisumenis ot uie uucai anu
THE DAYLIGHT BANK"
Corner Sixth and Main
although larger. It proba-.
blv will be flown to this country by
ZEPPELIN T1TE WILL COVEP. an AmerIcan crew the only other at-,
ONE SQUARE nLE ternatlve being to attempt to tow it.
by cables -'ijdi fast 'o u snip. Ne-
WASHINGTON. July 12.-Acting gotlations looking to the purchase 03tlfylnB to the devastation of
.., . ..,. , I,, i,h.. i,oo n..r,i .n.n wiih '"rtunes thru war taxation or
the new naval appropriation bill, the foreign nations.
favy Department soon will start con- After experiments with tho foreign
itruction on two of the lars.m dir- craft the construction of an improv-
old landed families who were tho
pillars of the declining regime aro
closed, or their lives are ordered to
a quiet and subdued tone. Not a few,
bear tho sign "For Sale" or "To Let,"
retirement of families in mourning.
Nearly all of the uncial fixtures nrt.
missing this year. No courts are being
held at the palace for that presenta
tion to royalty of debutantes and
Ie hanfirars in the world. Rear ed American-built machine will bo
wJ.fA1 T1.1am J Tl1. LnnA etnctnil I
'T1'3 la'u' uuu """" ucuu;' """" , , ,,.,.... others which gave them the forivhl
of the Bureaus ot Construction and Secretary Daniels said tonight that , , om .,.. ,...
-VUI Ul UlllVUIUUIIh UIU PUI.IUII L'lCUl.
One .big garden party Is to take the
Hepatrs and Yards and Docks, re- he had no further statement to make'
tpeedvely, today had Instructions to regarding the rumored trans-Pacific
speed np tho preparation of the flight. Iaval officers believe, how-
irorfcfnff plans, as an expenditure of ever, that such a flight will be at'
about $3,500 000 for the two hang- tempted shortly after the navy comes
L ... . . , ... ,i i
inej-wm oe locaiea on me seauoara, . 8,on consequently has
jrobahly In New Jersey, and possi- MEN URGED TO KEEP 'fierce then heretofore.
aiy on tne same site. , ,.,., ,,., n . ,, To the straneer London mnv seem
thuslusm after four years of sporU
famine. Tho Thnmes from London to
Oxford and beyond Is a long wind
ing pageant of pleasuro craft wltn
whlto flannelled young boatmen ami
rainbow-tinted dresses everywhere.
The hundreds of young Amnrlcam
Oxford and Cambridge are lenru-
llng a university life new to them,
'iwhoro students come to do every
thing but study In term time, and
leave their books for acatloiis.
place .of these, Tho shepherding of
tho exclusive world into tho royil
"'enclosure at the Ascot races tins been
almost the only semi-official gather
AVIXXKK'S SPECIAL 1 1- 2
Don't forget jtho Elks will have a
to house flying machines of the Into possession of its first cruising. . of Mee nn(, pre8gure upon tho convention here August 14. is and
t!ln type has been authorized, dirigible. Lord Chamberlain's office for ndmls-1 " G?t bU3 '
Ground area necessary for the con
jtraetton of a double hangar will be
about one square mile. Each hang-
lively and even gay, but It Is a res
'taurant and theatergoing llvcllne-ji
HUNS AND AUSTRIANS
ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE
SAN FRANCISCO, July 11 Many nhe the customarv life of New York
r Trill be. about 800 feet long, 250 discharged soldiers are making the atuj Paris. The war profiteers ai
3oet -wide and from 150 to 200 feet inquiry, "How do I convert my gov-:gppn(inK recklessly In their way, but
Ucb. It Is probable that all steel eminent Insurance?" This question among old fashioned people thero I
construction will be used and officials will be answered and any other in- a general sentiment that display ty
estimate that from six to eight formation given by the Insurance of- not In harmony with the tlmei, nnrl
-..-- for manv It would be impossible If
they deslmd It.
.: Kven the restaurant life Is much
curtailed Suppers have been ellmln
: atad and there are hardly a ilmni
places in this largest metropolis of
I We Like to Sell You
but can save you a lot of money by having
your old ones repaired .in our repair de
partment. You will be pleased with the neatness of
our work and, besides, you will be helping
to cut down the high cost of shoes, which
is advancing every'day.
SYli.VKV nivalin, .Iu! II.
Sovorr.l hundred flrrnian tvI ,is
trlans muil-j un attempt to ei'Mpe by
tunnelling from the Holdsworthy con
ccntratlon camp here recently In or
der to foil tho purpose of tho Aus
tralian authorities o send them back
to Germany and Austria.
Tho military authorities had pre
viously notified tho Interned Teu
tons that they were soon to bo ro-
tho world found open later than t'-n l,,,,"J" l" me" ,",uc '..'.
ovinr-k. Tim midniL'ht. wnvf..rr ,hh Shortly beforo thoy were to bo taken
Bradley Shoe Store
727 Main St.
;'omwi In evening dress with men In)
Ounrds uniform or formal black buy-i
Mjf coffee and sandwltches nt n '
sl(Jowalk coffee stall elbow to elbow '
'with a crowd of soldiers, cabmen nnd i
j. miscollaneous night wanderers, a plo-i
furo undreamable for the old) London.
f Still, with Its lifo war-shorn of
much that was almost acres to Its
' ancient aristocracy, England could
J. never he otherwlso than plcturcsqno
aud fascinating. Tho Derby camo In-
ito ua own again as tne greatest pop
ular Biiurimif even o lie worm, us
Ascot Is the most patrician In Its at
mosphere. The Guards regiment Pr-
A.iormea me nistoric ceremony ot
J I trooping tho colors In Hyde .Park, on
the King's birthday, although In dull
f j khaki Instead of the old array ot
ocanei ana oiue. ine coacn wiiii ine
sleek four-ln-hand starts from I'ln
cadllly for Richmond with the stir
ring flourish of the horn altho there
has been none on the Brighton road
since Alfred Vanderbllt drovo that
Poa'inc, crocket, tennis and p.V.t
have bt;tst forth with renewed en-
out ot tho Internment camp, the au
thorities discovered a tunnel 150 feet
long which ed from ono of tho bar
racks underneath tho fence enclosing
tho camp and thenoo to tho surfni'o
outside. The tunnel was the work m
about 150 men and apparently wns
begun as soon as tho prisoners re
ceived warning of Intention to send
thorn home. They had planned to
break free from the camp on tho
night before tho sailing of tho steam
er for England,
Earth removed from the tunnol
had been so disturbed around the
camp that It was not noticed UMtll
the tunnola was almost completed.
When the tunnel was discovered the
Germans made a hostile demonstra
tion but the guards suppressed It,
The prisoners watched with chagrin
the filling in of the tunnel,
The time is getting shorter ovcry
day for you to ' do what should be
done before the Elks get here on
August 14, 15 and 16. What aro you
WIXXEK'S SPECIAL 11-2
One More Carload
o the .
420 Klamath Avenue.
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