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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Lee Tires Give Exceptional
Any Defective Tirca can be Adjusted on a G.OOO or 8,00o
- M51 rmsis in Klnmnth Falls.
&& Howie Garage 12lh and Mair
fc. naw tt'T.i
I DESSA I
SAV KltAM'lSCO. All) 1 - When
The Atlmtle Pleet on It (unions
cruise n'oiinil tho world In U'OS was
til eliiv 7 hours eiiroutci from
Hi.nptPii Komi Vu . to Sun Prime-H-cii
Tlio nr Pacini" fleet now enroitto
ironi Hampton KoniN ! scheduled to
nrrlo nt San Krmciseo In 27 thus
from the ilnte of Milling Thl I one
Interesting comparison of the two
fleeti which hnvo been miiilo here.
The Minnie fleet went nrounil
f:in Horn Th- Pacific feet roiit!
tl i I'Rli the Pimimi canal not com
pli "tl when tile Atlnntle ''. mure
The actual silling time for tlie
Vtlnntlr fleet wrw fil dnyc 11 hours.
The I'.i Iflc fleet Is olectot! to make
the trip t i S.in Francisco In about
o'cliteoM oi nineteen day uctual
i l!np time
In 190"! tlio American navy hail no
ntrplanei or sciplane It hail fow
(iestroerf nncl lea submsirinen
Tto At!, ntlo fleet comprised 1G
bittleshlps with a flotilla of torpedo
boats Thp new Pacific fleet approx
imates 110 vessels of all classes.
When Admiral Evnns led his fleet
it parado here In May 190S his flng
h i led hu 42 essels of all ilpcrlp
t'on President Wll-on Is scheduled
to rev low a Pacific fleet of more than
lriO vessels hero in August of this
The old Atlantic fleet carried 1 I.
000 men. The Pacific will bring 2T. -000.
Tlio Atlantic fleet was valued
nt approximately $100,00,000. The
Pacific fleet represents expenditures
of several times that amount
At the fneatres
In lohnny (!t oi. (lit i, U i
new Artuui't putim in wnlih I'm'
Stone Is tin led at tho Slur theatre
to.ilKht nun touiorinw tii.il f.mon
comedltin diiM Ills danse poellnue, a
(eleliiilied itcioli.lllc dance th.it won
him the pr.iii.e- of the gieiito.-el ciltliw,
and then H Hows It 'with an otue.ni
Unar roping itunt.
With his usual agility Tied fin
ishes tho dance, which takes pl.u'o
on a Imlltoum llooi. Jump.t w u Iml
icny, seizes, a lope, and swinging It
tl rough an open window, hisxiies the
Co if.t of PuUlon-nla. as the 1 liter Is
iibout to bine on an eloppi imt p
t). It Is tho most ilurlnr pine o'
uciobntle fun Been heie l.s i n e tli i'
HIrhard Unidinij ' w m
lJlittttur" which mentis th it iiu '
blooded story ami full of Ji "
tho kind ot st"iy th i "'I it"' '
llurdiht; Dnvls could wilt
John P.urrmotP s ts nit tn r '
South nirlr.it n publ1 ' '
foimcr Uicurabsnt nm
tho force of humor unci i
won out where b.'s prede
oil b tisa.of force re mil
today and tomorrow
. Klnir Jov rings at tV
Tlieatre. v here Jiii n" i .'"
l.eo are appearing en tin rri' u
William Vox play enll 'il s nil
The ih'hlron have n v v o'l'lmi
story and put It on lh ihmouii I i
tl elr own Inimitable w iv
The humor of the picture n 'i
1 -iticGcl by a er Intellu ft 'e" "
.Inno found on the nfeet lr Kolli
wood 'This doc took such n fancy to
Ihe chilbbv llttlo star th.i' t woull
do iiintlilni; Director (ll'lst mn to'cl
lu-r to miko It do
"Smiles" will be sln.vn it li"
Liberty Theatre tonlRht onl
irnlnst ni'tluniillnllon The n Inc ludo
tlie coil and electric lompinles "I III'
emmlnlHti i (iiiretlci thinks the com
bination will Iiiimi no teal wiiIkIU
unle- lemb with a detlnlle alternii
tlie pollcv Mauv olmeneisi bcdlevu
the lutoioHts' will subside isrnt'ii
fnllv before n flood of iiulilli' opinion.
COST OF LIVING IN
CANADA SOAKb HIGH
OTTAW (INT. Aur t lienpll
I'oiuinulent efforts to reduce ptlciw,
tlie cost of HxliiK In Cnniula contin
ues to soar 'Ihe IiIkIi pilcen wn
rliecl us tle muse of uitiet In eeiv
district, accerdliu: to hiM'stlKiitor
hi die recent strikes throughout the
(lOvernmeut o i
Ihe hlith cost of le
sponsible f( r tin d
I liui.i(i!i(l of coiimiv
men. They ulsn n
J"i t j:i radicals ecu
! II t ")- llllllll
The iiverai!" ( n
In sixty iMIIch in in
us cntiii'iired with $1
rielnl strttlntlcs Hlun
the u en iu;o was $?
' ' f'lon ,
1 ' otklni;.
1 ' Ittb.
.STOCK l"-l I III II
("en riirnisii re il 'or til
I 1 1 I A... I tl-l .. l "T
IMiiiuiril i ceiii i ii'i' ti ' itpr IllQnlk I
jii'l iiuiiii i iii'i"' i tiiii iir y it
(IniMll'H, NUI'IU IIIIICI' 3jl
Hon t foiRot
i c i "i ii he
i . i .. .
'" ' "MO II
1 15 Udl
KTi When you 're hot and thirsty say Crl
1 Hires 1
W5 ROOT E3E3E3F2 OJ
KJ Y At mnj plwo wlicro soft bevcrngi nro old. aAm
DjS the henry weiniiard plant Wk
p Uuitlm and OUtributon. I'OKTLANU, OIICGON Ajiu
HY M.WOltlTV or pities.
The time of your life,
ments. Tickets only
Ford Garage at 7:15,
Fine music; Refresh
$1.00. Big bus leaves
Fare 10 cents.
imrssn s. auk i - a uroup or
senator of tho three leadlnir parties
have introduced In Parliament a bill
to placo i'ioInB picture films under
a supervision of a Ministry for
Science an' Arts.'Thn scheme moe's
with tho favor of tho majority of
UOI.SIinviK ATTW'IC .MI'S.
Notice of mijkti.ng.
To all members of the G. A It.,
V.'uman s Relief Corps, Ladles of the
G A. K., Daughters of Veterans;
Sons of Veterans; Sons of Veterans
Auxiliary, National Association of
Army Nurses of the Civil War, and
members of the families of mem
bers of each of tho above organiza
tions, accompanying them to the en
campment. The 53rd National encampment of
the Grand Army of the Republic will
ho held at Columbus, Ohio, during
the week beginning September 7,
Tickets will go on sale August 15,
and will be good for sixty days from
date of sale. Tickets will be sold via
diverse routes to Columbus on the
basis of one cent per mile In each di
rection via routes traveled, on going
and return trip, plus war tax of 8
per cent. Stop-overs will be allowed
going and returning.
Those from the West desiring to
Ko further East, after the encamp
ment at Columbus, may purchase
Bummer tourist tickets at Columbus
for the nearest summer resort to
their destination. These tickets may
ho bought as late as September 30,
with final return limit October 31,
1919, pr the summer tourist ticket
may he bought at original starting
Coe's Jitney Service
Day Phone 108
LAWRENCE'S CIGAR STORE
Klamath Falls, Ore.
Upper Klamath Lake
The launches "Spray" and "Oaki
land" will run excursions every
Sunday, leavlnt? tho mull h.
(landing at 8 a. m allowing five
noura at Jiocicv Point. Fare $1.50
from landing for round trip. Bus
leaves Western Transfer office at
7:30 a. m. r y
Calkins & Hamilton
point, with stop over at Columbus
Tickets may be secured only on
presentation of identification certi
ficates which may be secured of the
Assistant Adjutant General or of the
different Post Commanders or ad
jutants. I All those desiring to avail thCm
belvps of this opportunity within tho
jurisdiction of F. II. Sprague Post
No 40 is ill please notify tho ad
jutant' of this post at an early date
to enrblo him to secure identification
c?rds from the Department of Ore
gon. By Order of the Post
1 O. A. STBAnNS, Adjt.
To avoid many inquiries as o
who all will be entitled to certiff
cates on which to request transporta
tion to the National Encampment, the
Director-General of Railroads stlpu
lite o the Commander-in-Chief that
the rates here given, shall only ap-
, ply to members of the Grand Army
of the Republic and their families;
members of tho Woman's Relief
Co-r" Ladles of the G. A. R.: Daugh
ters of Vetprans; Sons of Veterans;
Sons of Veterans' Auxiliary; Na
tional Association of Army Nurses
of 'be Civil War; and members of
family of members of each of the
above organizations, accompanying
them to tho Encampment. Tho inter
pretation given to "family" Is, tho
i Immediate members of on's family,
who live with one.
Therefore, It will ho seen that tho
rate will not apply to tho follewing:
5 Veterans of the Civil Way who
i ani not members of tho Grand Armv
of the Republic.
I 2. Widows of former members of
,the Grand Army of tho Republic un-
less they aro mnmbors of the Armv
jsurses Association woman's Relief
Corps, Ladles of the Grand Army of
the Republic. Daughters of Veterans
or Sons of Veteran's Auxiliary.
3. Daughters of deceased mem
bers of the Grand Army of the Re
public, unless they belong to one of
the organisations mentioned In the
' 4. Sons of deceased members ot
the Grand Army of tho Republic, un
less they belong to tho organization
known as the Sons ot Veterans.
17. Sons and daughters ot mem
bers of tho Grand Army of the Re
public, unless they are living Inth'olr
father's .household, or belong to one
of the organizations mentioned in
paragraphs 2 or C.
TOKIO. August 1. An official
communication issued bv the W.ir 1"
partment says that a Bolshevik at
tack on n Japanese troop train near
Nlchollsk Siberia, recently, paused a
loss to the Japanese of nlnety-ono
killed and five seriously wounlcd.
The Rolshovik!, who numbered five
thnuFnnd, were repulsed after heavy
HAY & RRAI.V IX8URANCK.
We have sctled a numhet; of losses
In hav nnd grain, and all of them
have been paid promptly and in full.
Wo shall appreciate a share of your
business. CHILCOTE & SMITH. 031
Main St. Phone CC. 23-5t
Just Remember this. The dates for
the Elks' Convention aro August 14,
15 and 16, Got ready.
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l CTn &iZ LJ.
OUR SCOPE OF SERVICE
Plrst National Hank servlco extends nil oor Klnnia'h
County. If ii poison or linn is too far romowd to con
duct tho banking personally, why It can bo dono ll
MAIL. Wo enable one to tnuko Ills deposits and with
drawals In th.it mn u n dr from any dlstnuco.
Get this big bank behind you and your business
!:. it, iti'iiincN, t'M"Meiii.
I.. I". ttlllets. lce-PruMiltiit.
I .! lo Iteigeiti, Cushler.
A. M. C'olllci, Awit. OuNhlcr.
Jifliu M, Mooie, AsNt. ("iihliier.
il the First National Bank
--- SLOVJ .-
Lift off Corns!
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone
costs only a few cents.
With your fingers! Voj can 11(1 olt
sny bard copsoftcorn, or corn be
tween the toes, apd the bard sV.ln cal
luis ftcu bottom of feet.
A tiny bottle ot "Kroozony iosIb
llttlo at any drug store; apply a fuw
drups upon the corn or callus In
ttantly it stops hurting, tren iJiortly
you Jlfe that botbersomo corn or tal
tui rlr'M off, root and all, without
one bit of pain or sorou. S9. Xru'.yl
COAL MINES CAUSE 4 mff'
STRIFE IN ENGLAND
LONDON, Aug. 1. Relief Is held
by some political observers that tho
parliamentary battle over tho propos
ed nationalization of mines nnd rail
ways may Bpllt the coalition govern
ment of Great Ilritaln.
Tho coal magnates are trying to
rally the mine owners to defend
their rights and tho wholo prlnclplo
of private ownership of under earth
deposits is at stako.
Tho government has an arrange
ment by which Lord Cow dray's ex
perts aro exploring for oil nncl tho
Labor Party and many Liberals pn
pose that the government shall deny
any right of private ownership In
A hundred members of tho coali
tion In the House of Commons have
protested t" the Prime Minister
acalnst the Transport bill. This bill
gives the New Minister ot transport,
Sir rlc Oeddes, control over high
ways, road transport, railways, tram
ways 'docks', canals an'd coastwise
shipping. It Is now proposed to add
Sir Eric claims that the ministry
will have 110 greater authority than
the Doard of Trade formerly held.
Opponents charge that the bill makes
him a dictator with far more power
.than Secretary McAdoo had In tho
United States as director-general of
railroads and that his 'office might
make and wrock industries and com
munitioB. A powerful phadanx ot interests Is
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
Any man with resources can
engage in the meat business,
but a patronage such as this
establishment enjoys cpmes
only from years of good
534 Main St
Remember, a whole carton!
It pays to buy curront-ssrlnl
National Mud Lamps. Tbtf
give tbrea times the Hfbt
eld style bulbs for the '
Buylnr live In a blue, COD1J!5i
lenee carton eaves br,7ffl
and glvos yea extra UP
keep on hand.
Roberts' & Hanks
QEgg Mash, Growing Mash, Fattening Mash
To Your Chickens',
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store