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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1919)
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MONDAY, JUI.V 1 1, HMD,
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
of Mens Fine Clothes at K. K. K. Store, Leading Clothiers
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Entire Stock of men's fine summer Suits are on sale. Celebrated Kuppenheimer and other good brands, at prices
that will save you a lot of dollars. Read the Clearance sale prices.
S Oregon Cashimere All-Wool Suits, Good Patterns and Styles regular $25, during sale $14.85
i Any $25 Suit for . . $18.85 Any $40 Suit for . . $28.85
3 Any $30 Suit for .. $21.85 Any $45 Suit for . . $35.85
s Any $35 Suit for . . $25.85 Any $50 Suit for . . $38.85
S BLUE SERGE SUITS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS SALE
STRAW AND PANAMA HATS ON SALE AT ONE-HALF PRICE FINEST STOCK OF STRAW AND PANAMA HATS IN TOWN NEW STYLE !
CREATIONS JUST THE HATS YOU NEED FOR THE HOT DAYS GOING AT THIS SALE AT ONE-HALF THE REGULAR PRICE. g
Extra Suit Special Any Oregon Cashimere Twenty-five Dollar Suit at this Clearance for $14.85 g
Alt straw and ranama Hats on bale for one-hair the regular price.
K. K. K. STORE, LEADING CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS i
World's Champion Who is
Ready to Meet all Comers
ESIA IS REACHING OUT
Tribes of That Country, It Is Said, Are
Accepting the Teachings of the
rienyono Gbe Wolo, a Llhcr.'nn of
the Kru tribe, who graduated from Co
lumbia uulverslty. "says:
There never has been a scientific
census of Liberia, but tlio population
Is estimated at from 2,000.000 to 3,000.
000. and not more than 15.000 are
Amerlco-Liberlaus, the descendants of
liberated slaves. The remainder be
long to tribes which speak four differ
ent language- and offer only nominal
submission to the government. The
Krus elect their kings by the selection
of the most available man of the royal
house. In the Jarrouay tribe the king
Is un ubsolute monarch for the reign
of six j oars, and Is then put, to death.
Other tribes ajso follow different cus
toms. The tribes' do not acknowledge the
government of Monrovia, because they
feel that It does not protect them. Hy
treaty the United States government
Is required to help the Aiuerlco-LIbe-rlans
agalust the tribes, and In 1012
this country helped put down a rebel
lion of the Krus.
TIih constitution of Liberia has .a
literacy test, which has heretofore ex
cluded most of the natives from vot
ing, as the central government Is un
able to undertake their education. The
Uirbas are being taught by Episcopal
missionaries, and tho Fullngos, who
are Mohammedans, are' ulso gaining
the franchise. The Krus are very am
bitious dnd are also Latching up. There
are more, than 50 Liberiaiu of the na
tive tribes stutljlng in the United
Now that the (bins Is all over. It Is
no harm to make tho observation that
neither the United States nor any
other country that must spend mojiey
at the ra'te of $00,000,000 a day Is cut
out for any Jong war.
, Some conception of the cost of the
war so far about $200.f).00').0OO
may bo ganled by Imagining a band of
dollar bills 240 feet wide going entire
ly around the earth.
It In to be hoped that the m t
American tourists who rush to I: n i,i
as soon as they can will hive the 'i.v
to limp or look feeble as an excti Tor
not being there sooner.
The cootie killed a million pnU
during the war. It Is claimed. II
have reason to believe that fata I'!-
among the cooties were even larg 'r.
The French deputies seem to he -ir-oughly
convinced that there tuu 'ie
something the matter with an U I ;
trial system that works children.
"I a mready to meet any worthy
opponent, at any timo," .Is the way
Jack Dempsey, new world's hevy-i
weight champion, put It who nasked
r.i,rMi-Mii nlnna This T.hotocranh
was taken,tuo day 'he defeated Wil-
lard so decisively.
M'7, K. G, Davis and little bun Bob
bie returned from San Francisco Iaft
week. Mrs. Davis has been vtsItlnB
her sister for Borne time.
Mr. 'andMrs. TA: E. Williams re
turned "from .Wllleta, Ca., recently
where they spent a week with Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. pooper, parents dl Mrs.
Williams,' Mr. Williams' father recent
ly died in WlUets. ; -j, t
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kemp of Keno
left for Kansas last Tuesday after
spending a few days with Mr, and Mrs
J. D, Hooper. ' .
Haying' Is occupying the '.greater
portion of the time of the1 Midland
farmers. ' '
Aro you getting ready? Why, don't
you know that the Elks are coming
on August 14, ID and 10? Now get
WHEN RAILROADS WERE NEW
Engineers In Chaffe of Construction
Work Had Ideas That Now Seem
a Little iPeeuliar.
Light on btrange Ideas of pioneer
railroad bunders was thrown by Kd-wu.-d
h. Joiiett, general solicitor of
the L.& N in n tails before the Ho
tarj club ut Louisville. ..
"The Lexington-Frankfort line," said
he, "was built with longitudinal stone
sills capped with a strip of Iron, and
the numerous curves, which you have
all noted, 'are said to have been pur
posely introduced upon the theory that
Uiey were an advantage In enabling
the conductor the more 'easily to see
the rear of his train. The coaches
were two-st,ory affairs women and
children below and men above and
the motive power was mules to the
top of 'the biij above Frankfort. Tbe
train was let down Uiehlll into the
city upon an Incline operated by a
"Von may be Interested, In passing,
to learn that with the exception of a
few, miles near New Orleans, which
antedated it about a week, this line
from Lexington to Frankfort Is the
oldest railroad in the Uiiited1 States
south of the Ohio and west of the
Alleghenles. It was chartered In 1&0
very early In railroad history, when
we remember that the first railroad
In the United States was built In 1820,
and the first locomotive engine was
operated in 1829." ,
Keeping clean Inside and outsl ' '
about as good a rule as has been i v -n
out for preventing an attack of iua
Like Infant Individuals, the Infant re
publics of Europe are notably endowed
with appetite and bowling power.
It Is now perfectly safe for an old
party on the golf links to admit that
he Is less than forty-six years of age.
One of the Italian newspapers calls
the Americans "Tankees," which may
or may not cenvej tho Vlght meaning.
There may be 2,100 $1,000 bills In
the country, but that Is not the only
reason it Is so hard to get hold of
A qew victory loan will not sraro
the Amuilcan people. There Is plen
ty more wltcte the lust loan came
As our youtu tn.inliiiod iiiuios speed
ing hack acrinty the Atlantic ntnl thi
work of disorganizing war l.iilustrlcs
anil reorganizing th-ui as fur lis pos
sible for peace purposes proceeds so
will tli" problems of readjustment and
rev:istructlon Increase and tiiultlplv
ajs New York Herald. As yet Ih-y
have not assumed proportion whMi
tend to alrrm or disconcert : bil' It
cannot !? doubted that unless the na
tion bends Its energies with as much
concentration and determination to
meeting peace problems as It did to
those arising from the war the labor
narket will be disturbed, capital will
become restricted In supply and si
rlous domestic trouble. If not distress,
will arise. It surely Is the duty of the
nation's leaders to give as much atten
tion to these contingencies as Uiey
did to the emergencies of plnclng an
trmy of millions In the II. Id ft.000
nlles away and building hmi! manning
navy second ,to none In elllelenry.
The program of commercial shlpbulld
'IB should he proceeded with on lines
iiodlileci to meet peaee requirements,
'most. If not finite, as energetically as
l.e original plans for meeting the war
needs of the country. A national pro
gram for the creation and maintenance
of an American commercial fleet Is one
of the first essentials of the future, If
we are to hold our position as a mari
time power, trading with the uttermost
parts of (he earth and carrying Amer
ican goods In American bottoms In
stead of paying oilier countries .to bo
PUT HYPNOTISM TO GOOD USE .Z ,B,
Australian Phyilclan Announces Tht
He Hai Cured War Stammering I
by Iti Employment.
Writing In the Medical Journal of
Auxtralla, Dr. Clarence (5. Godfrey
states that during tbe past two ,vear
n number of cases have been referred
to him for treatment by lijpnollc sug- j
gestlou. In which stammering or "tut- '
terlug had developed, or hail heel)
rivlved. after years of disappearance,
as tbe result of shell shock or
of various war Mrrsses. Sometimes
a hpjiintlzcd patient has been told to
l.eep on repealing sumo well-known
nursery rhjun' ntnl not to cease nt the
signal to awake, although In the mid
dle of the. Home, but to keep on talk
I.ig. lie will usually manifest his
astonishment at llmllng himself talk
ing without difficulty. .Sometimes a
patient will converse on waking with
out realising that bis shimmering has
disappeared until his attention Is
drawn to It with nmuslng effect. In
one case the patient spoke perfectly
In sleep nt the first attempt to hyp
notize him, although he had had a
very bud stutter for eight mouths past,
being almost Inarticulate. Ho woke
In a few minutes apparently cured
nnd hns been free from stutter ever
It has been noticed Hint every caso
treated, even tho worst, hns been able
to speak far better in the hjpnotlc
statu than nut of It.
Philosophy Is a men'nl enitcll W
make walking with soleless shonUt
It Is luigjt'st.it tlt.it Iii-'m rs wed
flu masks and the barbers .n.lit ttli
sUt on It.
As the bo.vs (win. back 'h" ullUat
tbe k'lrls they Irft behind n HWjxt
When the wtmnlMloiiisl man tt
tu us to his old Job will I lie lil
The former sMler. .oust mlit Mjj
stnred at when he gets tuck into kit
There would tint lie half the funH
life were there no struggle tt at
noth ends meet.
Hut for Miumur resorts nnd collrf
more voung women would uuirrjr lit
! A man broke Ills leg kicking milt
I Another reason for treating tU ul
. mats with kindness.
Thn fiitl.ittf U'ttn ttrtla Mlnrrlpd fO OW
j tain home cooking takes bis wife doit
I town for Sunday dinner.
: Don't forgot; tho Klka will hirej
i convention hffro August II 15
,10. Got busy!
Just Hemonihor this, Tho dates for
Vin!MGC0,Getnlvadv"r AMRUBl "' ' . ,)""orMt' nnl"'t' fl'vh
' "' utt TOIllI- i Main, over Sugarnmn's stoVe 1"!
Switzerland may be anxious to re
sume Its hotel business but draws the
line at llapsburg and Ilohenzotlein
The man who gives a soldier a Job
Is more eftlclent In sentiment tliaa the
man who stops with giving him tiiree
Intimations that airplanes may be
used for bootlegging nurposes sound
like a libel on one ofthe greatest of
Multiplex telephone devices promise
to keep the line, busier than ever, at
tbe same' time Increasing its usefulness
to 'subscribers. '
'The war has come and gone and no
body has yet explained what use Ger
man efficiency ever, had for those spikes
'on the helmets.
Maybe It Is Just a coincidence, but
there do not seem to be so malty ex
plosions and mysterious Ores since tbe
war was won.
"AUGUSTUS THOMAS" I
"AS A MAN
Famous 'American Success
Since the world began woman '
has been entrusted with the. pur
ity of the race and has been
denied the liberty accorded' to
"As a Mdn Thinks", answers
the perplexing question of the
"Double Standard" of Morality.
A great play embodying a
great moral message.
The Picture Girl Beautiful
Directed by GEO. IRVING
Last Time Tonight