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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald WILSON ASKS THAT
K. J. MURIIAV
james s. sunnily
MEDAL BE AWARDED
LONDON, July SI The president
of tho llonnl or Triulo ha recom-
mended to King Oi'orgo tlint n slher j
incilnl bo uunrdcd to Lieut ltos, P.
Vlilicniarh of tlio Vnltr-d Stalls
iiy for gallantry In llfo saving,
when tlio British steamer Dwinsk wns
uuik" by an otiomy submarine In tlio
Atlniitic Oconn nliout a our ago.
l.loutonnnt Wliltomnrsli was In
chnrge of n llfo boat In which nlnu
toon Hrltlsh subjects took rtifirtc Tlio I
bout encountered n cyclone but tho
lieutenant brought tier thru it safely
and tlio record states that hl bravery
n,.t ilni'iit If.tt onvml tlin llvuii i4 nil
"Jl"1,"0?. Understood that tho President v. .11 SUCCESSFUL BIDDER A
RECOMMENDS SILVER lK'HMH,HWHWHH
WASH1W.TOX. Julv 21 Presi
dent Wll-on today asked the Senate
.Foreign Helntlons Committee to np-
Publlshed dally except Sunday by , appo,ntmPn, of ,N. Smn.
The Herald Publishing Coiupuuy o( ' .,.,,, .,
KUmnlh Falls, at 116 Fourth street can members of tlio ltojmr.itlotis tom-
. mission n provided for under tlio
Entered at the postofflce at Klam- Voaco Treatv Thov are to act no.
rtk Falls, Ore., for transmission tbru vlslonallv until tho Senate acts on the
tte mails at second-class matter. document.
Sal scrlptlon terms by mall to any i
atdress in the United States
Tho President was of tho opinion
that It was important to tho business
16.00 Interests thrt tho 1'nltod States be
60 represented o:i tho Commission Tho
, committee debated tho proposition
Member of the Associated Press ,0()av but fnlle, to nct ,ho Hs,mbl. r
The Associated Press Is exclusively cans opposing the requests. It Is
taf alt tipw rffanitthAA rrAftltMl In It
Dot otherwise credited in this pa-'taPP,nt Neman. M. Haruch, of New
Vr, and also local news published i York, as American representative on
reln. , tho Commission, The committee will
--. u "!"""uw,uu "' -.consider the proposition tomorrow
wmmi uupmcuos uqiviu mio hidu ro
MOXI1AY. .ll'LY 21. lOW.
LONDON, July 21. American bu-
MADE BY BIG TRUCK slnf" men anl women now In Lon-
don aro being offered n view of fa-
1 mous, battlefields
NOT DECIDED AS YET &
Consideration of the bids offered i
by six firms for possession of tho y
Klamath County Koad Ponds In the "
sum of $307,704 will continue today
ut tho County Court House, follow- A
Ing the session of Saturday after- JJL
noon when the court was unable to J
arrive at a conclusion In tho matter. $
Indications aro that It will be Tuea-,
day boforo the successful bidder Is
In llplgium and il,.t..riiiliio,l in timt iiir i.i.u nf..
The story of the rcmnrkablo re- France for $00. which Includes trans- tMed and coniprohonslve.
coru raaae oy ine mg . i loa wane iiu.uiuuu aaa ineais lor uireo nays. t0 (rmB liidding on tho bonds
Track, driven from Portland to this i The tours are under the direction nre the Anglo-London A Paris N'a-
city by Fred Murphy of the O K of the Iiolgium govomrfnt nnd are donal Hank. I.utiiboruu-n's Trust Co..
Transfer company, did not contain mado by automobile. Visitors nre tak- Keller Brothers, Clark-Kendnl! Co,
nil of tho great things accomplished en to Helglum via Dover nnd Ostend. Morris Company, nnd Tho Hank
by it. Notwithstanding the fact that '-eenrugge is usited and a whole day of Merrill.
it carried three and one-half tons of Is spent In that vicinity where there
merchandise for the Mason-Ehrmann aro &tlll many interesting if gruesome V. t
company, it made the trip on a run- evidences of the war. The Itinerary
ning schedule that aeraged fifteen includes pres. the Yser. tho "big
miles an hour. After reaching here. ' Bertha" at I.eugenboom. DKmtide. Mrs. Murray A. Sleeth. State Trcsl
it was loaded with a similar load and 'Poelcapelle. Zlllebeke, St Jullen dent of tho Women".. Christian Tmn.
sent to Merrill and back again. Thgn Houthhulst forest, nnd Furnes, nil perance Union, will arrive In Klamath ?
the cap was removed from the radla- names familiar to America news- Falls tonight and wilt deliver two or
tor and the water was right in sight. Paper readers who followed the war three lectures on subjects of general ' JL
-not a drop having been added from , from day to day. interest to women. Whllo hero sbo I 1
"the time it was fillml In Pnrtl.iml m ...m i .. . . ,. . , .
Whllo hero sho
will bo the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
This feat is recognized by all automo-( SCOTCH SAVE OX TIIKIK Kllrs. C.rigsby. of 1028 Jefferson Street.
Wle men as being one of the most re- i Mrs. Sleeth expects to remain for a
inarKable performances ever made bv , LONDON, July 21 Curtailment In few days.
any make of machine. Aside from the amount of cloth used in the kilt i "
iujo, urn one minute was speni on re- orn oy scottisn troops fcns saved KMPLOYES DEMAND INCREASE
jpalrs or adjustment. tl 15,000 to the government. Tho!
This truck is handled in this ter- Scottish troops did not resent t!n- In-1 CHICAGO, 111., July 19. Em-'1
ritory by D. A. Denyon of the O. K. novation, and to r-ll nppearancoj the.r ployes of Chicago's transportation V
Blaiksmith Shop, thru whom Mr. kilts tie as full and as plctu.-einue lines decided today by an over-' V
XInrphy purchased the one he got. as cvei (whelming vote to go on strike if
their demands for Increase in wages &
W:l.. n....t.. : xt ia- r
..v.b wyiioiu, iii ,x j, , viiarirwra were not met. Women conductors ?
Keeping in Touch With Two Continents of the elated lines also joined the A
men in voting. Mayor Thompson
has appointed a mediation commls-'J t
, slon. ! Y
TEXAS ASUS KOIt
MltEKTV TO ACT.
The butter that is made with the greatest care
from the purest pasteurized cream.
Insist on getting Klamath Creamery Butter, be
cause in doing so you are protecting your health, and
it is cheaper to protect your health than it is to pay
A Summer Suggestion
These hot days there is nothing so cooling
and refreshing as Klamath Creamery Ice
Cream. Try it and see what a wonderfully
perfect, nourishing cream it is.
The Klamath Falls
W. P. JOHNSON, Manager.
j AUSTIN. Texas.. July 21. Tho j
I Texas Legislature has again called i
the attention of the President and
Congress to the guerilla warfare that
Vas been prevailing nlong tlio Texas-'
J Mexican border since 1S75. In bo do-
Ing the legislature asked for the per- ,
mission of "the liberty of nctlon In
protecting Its citizens that tho re
public of Texas enjoyed before bf-'
coming In good faith a statu of the
, rnlon." , '
At the Theatres
Today will be shown for tho Inot
tlmos at the Liberty Theatre. Mio
powerful play, "Why I Would Not
Marry," which has, been the cause of
so much discussion
It is one of tho htrongest dramas
on marriage which h:is been shown
Just Homembcr this The dates for hero and tells how n girl, enabled lo
the Elks' Convention nre August 14, look Into the future, forstalls greedy,
I, and 1C. Get ready. U(sh w0 iroreM'crt lovo l0
' Tho sorond sot of tno Cnnnlbtil pic
i tures will bo shown at tho Liberty to
, morrow afternoon and evening nnd It
O. T. Demorest, Dentist, fith
Main. oer Sugarninn's store
This photograph shows a section of tho chartroom of the K-34. It
was taken while British dirigible was in mid-ocean on its flight to America.
The man in the foreground is one of the wireless operators who kept tho
huge flier In touch with two continents.
"THE PICK OK THE PICTURES"
H, W. Poole, Owner
Matinee Every Day
"WHY I WOULD NOT MARRY"
"PEARLS AND A PEACH"
Bobby Verno nand Clare Seymour
Big Double Bill
"CAPTURED BY CANNIBALS"
Clara Kimball Young
'THE SAVAGE INSTINCT"
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P .M.
Buying In Safety
The other day a stran
ger walked into our store
and laid one hundred dol
lars on the counter, saying:
"I don't know a thing about
diamonds, but I do know I
am Bafo here, so pick mo out
the best engagement ring
you have at that price."
Needless to say ho got the
ring, but that's not tho point
Tho point is that this stran
ger knew tho Upp storo by
reputation and knew that,
although ho was ignorant
of tho valuo of tho goods
that ho was buying, he was
certain to get his full mon
ey's worth. The moral of
this actual happening is
that you, too, can buy at
the Upp store with the cer
tainty of getting the best
for your money of Jewelry,
diamonds, watches, etc.
Yours for safety In buying.
Frank M. Upp
511 Mala St,
Official S. P. Watch
I Is paid In bt even more romnrkaMo
thnn tho first pictures of tho South
Sea Cannibals. In addition to tho "nn-
nibnlc. Manager Poole ntinoinifos tlial
an additional feature will bo sIiomii
Uo that the Liberty patrons will r-ur-
1 talnly find plenty of entertainments
at tomorrow's show "Tho Savngo In-
htlnct," Starring Clara Kimball
I Young, will bo tho feature In nddP'on
I to "Captured by CannibalB."
I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
VAKTPnA rrsit rwlrl rr u'niunn r
help with housework. Phono 1SY.
wf HilliiE I J
The Greatest Name
K, Store t
WANTED Four good carrior boys
at the Herald Office Apply immediately.
FOR SALE 2 broke, gentlo work
mares In fine shape. Price $100
dollars. PIcaso write Hay Frouor,
Donanza Ore., or call Seven flnring
Ranch, Poe Valley, 21-28t
WANTED Room and board with
private family by gentleman. Leave
address at Herald Office. 21-6t
FOR SALE By owner, 2 modern
up-to-date bungalows, 5 rooms
each at a bargain, easy terms, Woul
trade for Second hand automobile in
first class condition. No Ford'. Call
evenings after 6 o'clock. 1186 Lin
coln St. 21-6t
FOR SALE 2 h-p- gasoline engines,
good condition. J. A. Thompson,
Rt. 1. Klamath Falls, Oregon. 21-St
Tho tlmo Is getting shorter every
day for you to do what should bo
dono boforo tho Elks got hero on
August 14, 1C and 10, What aro you
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