The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, July 14, 1919, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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THEEVENNG HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
PAOE FIVK
Uncle Sum ,'s Forced to
ERSONAL MENTION
Turn Dressmaker Because
World War Has Ended
P
Your Attention, Men!
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iim extendi il vIhII In Portland In ilin
hope of Ix'iii'flllliii: llirlr heiilth
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tlnn nt Mop ntul cimipiiny'N ntore dur
Injc I tin nlmonrn of MIhh Helen IJiich'
llic cimliliT
Donald MeKoy, wliomi fiilhm i the
President nf tin California On-Rim
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I.iuiKi-ll Valley liiru uliii will mi
her jiiircniH for u few week
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from Winona
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ibeir little ion, an luru from Sun
Fnnclico
ftv diji litre.
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Rich Sauce
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offlcir point lo tin. tirw offlrorn re
or rorpn no oiik of the lil uokcIh
nbtiiltif it from tin' wnr Tim corjm
mow iiumlii.rH mnro tluin tn.non nipm-
1mm. unfflrlfiit on tlif imnU of l ()ff.
ccr to 20 men to furnish the coiiimlv
nloiicil pcrnonnil of mi nrmv of '.inn..
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Jncluilo fiK coIoiidU. 1'ifi ltu(iniint
coloncU nml 2,29s miijoM
Tlnrs ore on fllo 24.M7 iiopllcii
tlon for nppolntment n officers In
tliu roKiilnr nrniyr'
l"n 1 Sum b ' -'!i forcvil lo ro
Into th' ilri unmnine liiis'iicus II
happened (IiIh Au Tho Oriltmncn
Iluri-nn of tin- Wr Ipnrtiiiriit liuil
Iff to nil hiiinN IS 000.00 nrlH of
n HpciMnll) ipndc silk Intondi'd for
nit n Hwrapp'iiKK for rnrtrlilK' cjisph
To pron tliiii ih cloth Ih riiUiiIiIp
for drp koocIh Col B K finrrlson
hnd n dnnH innilt? and fltttd to his
Hpcrctiirv Hph' Ik tho drpss Tho
rolonp !kii)h Dip i-ooiIm nhould retail
for to or thrto dollars a yard
Illds will he oppnv don July 10.
AIRPLANE WILL BE j
USED FOR FLIGHT
TO THE SOUTH POLE
MpfflfmfJh
Cl CMnptjy
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HOUSTON'C
JIlMetropollUn Amunemrnu 3
I'lioiio 400
Icr Crpnm
72? Main St.
('iindlcH
PASTIME
Jack Mnnniu, I'rup.
ClKart, Tolmrro, Sif Iriok,s
I'ool nml HllllanN
Ilnrhpr Shop In aCnnvctlon
(HJIl MOTTO
"CourtPy mul Si-rtlro"
LONDON. Julv H Tho ulrplino
mnnufneturprs hnvo offprpd to kIvp
nn nlrpliuip to .' 1 Coup. Ipndpr of
tho Ilrltlnh Inprlnl Antarctic Ex
p. Million, for n fliKht to Hip .South
I'oIp It Is declared to he Mr Copj't
Intention to carry pn nlrplanu on
hoard the PMiilorlns stunner Term
Nova on nhlch the expedition Is to
procped until the vessel hecomes fast,
from tho Ice
Mr. Copo i plr.nnliiK to In nbscnt
nhout six pnr t
A num it tho officer h has selectel
to nrcomimn) hln nro upvernl nho
purtlc'imteil In jirc'vfous expedition.
Professor It. C Mo'iman, nho hnd
In en rppolntod Chief of tho Scienti
fic Fluff. sn Meteorologist to il.p
S''Otilt.i Antnruotic I'M'Cdltlon A M
l.iirkiiinii (' lilf rnplneor wl'i the
Shncklpton rpedliion. will kn -v Itli
Mr. Cope, in the suune cnpnelty, and
Here Are Three "Good Reis"
in Regular Summer . Suits
For everyday wear about town for the
xman who motors or indulges in other outdoor
pastimes and who at the same time desires to
present a well-dressed appearance, we offer
these three
All-wool Worsted Khaki and
Fine Gabardine Suit Specials
With the idea of adding new friends to the
list of those who look to us for values unusual.
Here They Are Each a Winner
fa
.$25.00 All-Worsted Khaki Not
folk Suit at
$21.50
$30.00 All-Wool 0. D. Worsted, 2 frcyn CA
and 3-piece Suits at ... P-&O.DU
$35.00 Rainproof Wool Garbar
dine Suits at
And Here's a Good One:
Khaki Work Shirts
$28.75
75c
Remember the old days when
six bits would buy a pretty good
Work Shirt? Here are Shirts the
equal of the old-timers and worth
just $1.25 today. Cut full and well
made. Limit of 3 to a customer.
Special
at
75c
Ccpyricbt 1029 lUit SduJfacr & Marx
Now when you really need a Straw Hat, we offer
All Straws and Panamas at 25 cent Off
This-includes every desirable Straw and Panama Hats in the
house Sailors, Fedoras and and telescope styles. Good pickin's for
those fellows who get here early tomorrow morning.
$.00 Hats now $3.00
$4.50 Hats now $3.35
$5.00 Hats now $3.75
$5.50 Hats nowf. $4.15
K. SUGARMAN
"I Ain't Mad at Nobody."
Lieutenant H. It. Hooke, of tin lti
a. Air Forv), who also was ltli tho
Shnekleton Fxpedltlon, lna litu ap
pointed chief of the wireless staff.
Captain llurloy, official pooto
Kropher to the Australian Forces In
tho war .mi! v ho accomoanie.1 the
Mnwson Exncil'iinn as photographer,
will go 03 photographer.
NOTICE OF ESTRAY.
Lieutenant K Holy, lat-j cf the
' Dublin Fusiliers, has been appointed
a member of the shore partv vhich 9 head hordes branded horse shoe bar
i will le.ie the Terra Nova when tluon both jaws, 1 mule about 1 year old
vessel become-; fast in the Ice, and same brand. 1 black 'mare about 3
'will explore the district to the iouthyears old branded bar LS on left
of the Oreat Ice Harrier. shoulder Blaze Face. 1 Iron gray
mare about 4 years old no brand vis-
- ible, blaze face. 1 Bay Colt no brand.
RL'nsCKIIir. FOR nil: m:it.I.H. H. S. WlUon, Chief of Police 14-3t
R-34 LANDING IN AMERICA AFTER FLIGHT FROM SCOTLAND
HOUSTON'S
OPERA HOUSE
HANCI.NO
Wednesday K 8lrturd-y
MkIiIm.
JAZZ MUKSC.
STAR THEATER
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GoMwjn l'nvspiitH.
MD0IJ KKXNr.DV
' "jnn Ki.fi,,oM op youth-
XheoryolA.V.ri:niUll(,
I """pjinoon.
JAlIlK V. Special Conipdy.
TEMPLETHEATER
WMI.W AM) MONDAY.
TrliiiiK0 pr,.s,.ll(s
I'l'nnv 1'iuiion
"1: fiii?7rM:TOi:M
P.II... .. Aho
2.80 r f 1B f0,, Mttaea
h ' Winw 7)110 & o.
WERRILL OPERA HOUSE
'SDAVH AND HATURDAYS
rlU, Oregon
HlKliCht cash prices paid for fine
ORKOO.V INDIAN PIPF.S AND
OTIIKR RKI.K'S
I'ostofflco Box 2Cfi
. KLAMATH FALLS. OIU3.
DR. XV, M. HLKYTIIING,
SPECIALIST
in
niHRASKfl of Iho.HKART
anil
NRRVOU8 SYSTEM.
CoiiBiiltntlon In your own homo
without 'chnrgo.
Rcsldonco Office
lilt nml Main SIh. Phono 71
GLASS
i
Phono mo and I como and Rlvo
you a prlco that will suo you
money.
Carpenter mill Cabinet Work.
E. C. STUCKY.
1U0 Main.
l'houo 840-W.
Coe's Jitney Service
Day l'houo 108
LAWRENCE'S CIOAIt STORK
Klamath Falls, Ore.
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About four and a half days after leaving East Fortune, Scotland, the huge British dirigible, R-14, descended
without mishap at Roosevelt Field, Mineola, Long Island. This photgraph shows the actual arrival of. the first
lighter-than-air machine to fly across the Atlantic after its history-making trip. In the foreground anil tho back
ground are seen some of the thousands who cheered when this aerial triumph was accomplished.