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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
B. J. MURRAY
JAMES S. SHEEHY
CAPITAL SET STUDY
EUROPEAN BEAUTY '
PablUhed daitr except Sunday by
" Herald Publishing Company ot
,mat- Fall, at IIS Fourth tnl
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1 dispatches herein are alio re-
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ly Hid. Say, 1)111. wo Kit roiuo of tlio
dnrndost beat Klk charms you ovnr
did see. Ileal troth iind Rot In solid
sold ami wo will engravo your Ini
tials ami lodRo number. Swell stock
ot Inpol button!) too.
And LI 1 11 remombor that this
brotherly lovo In what most ot thu
sisters cruvo and a noon ns you Rot
that done, dash In and got her n dia
mond and we are the llttlo KtRhs that
havo n nlco selection for yon to soo.
And Myrtlo twine around this kIkIi
while ho Is In thin framo of mind. 111k
stock of slavery rinKs. We Rot colored
Kinases so don't go squlntln around
and Ret crows teet on each side of
your map, you'll get old soon enough.
Cheer up, there ain't no gloom o
buy jewelry and have a regular time.
Mcllattans at 605 Main street .be
tween Sixth and Seventh.
'S!...$. . "
Last of the
XOTICK OK MOOTING.
FRIDAY, AVGCST 1, 110.
V. S. NEEDED TO
Washington has been forced to
sit vp and take notice of Baro
peaa beaaly brought back to
America by oar boys who wed
while overseas. Mrs. Robert Allen
Dyer III. formerly Miss Olga Par
odl If Gibraltar, is the young
bride of Lieut. Byer ot the U. H.
destroyer service, who has been
honeymooning in Washington and
"Former Washington State Senator
Plead for Kntranco of
MADE IN EXPORTS
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. A re
markable iumn In exnoru durinc
America June Drougnt tle tolul for the flscn-
Don't forget the band' practice to- X
night at 8 o'clock In the BlkJ lodge X
to perrect the organiiatiofl for the T
kl AANvani InM All uimlAlsOa . T
asked to be present.
Big Fire Sale
I ftave not made much of a fuw, but Uiom wkt ! visited
mj stole will tell you that they hare f otten the biff eat bargains
rer otered in this city. They have bought the higlWt cbuu mer
chandise at far let than wholesale cost I have a little left, and
to dean it up I will offer it on the basis of first come first served.
Here are a few prices that tell you what I am seflinf the last of
my stock at:
Into the I.eauue of Nations.
year 1019 to more than seven bill-
SrOKANE, Wash., Aug. 1. Warn
ing that failure of the United States
lo enter the league of nations means
that the le:;gue will not be establish-' ftOO, 000, which exceeds the previous
ed was voiced here esterday before , high record, established In April of
ithe members of 'the Washington ! this year bv more than $200, 00". 000
State Bar Association at their annual The eports for June of last year
meeting by former United States Sen- were valued at $4X4,000,000. Total
ator George Turner of this city. "The : exports for the fiscal yeai-stnnd at
other nations will not tie their hand. $7,223,000,000, qa compared with
-and leave this nation the strongest I $3,920,000,000 for the fiscal year
of them all unfettered to work 113,1918. This Is more than three times
-will for gcod or evil," he declared, the exports lor 1914, the last normal
"The league will bring about a yrar. Exports since the armistice was
-durable peace throughout the world ' signed In November are estimated at
and a peace of justice," he declared, Mmut $3)00.000.000. The excess oi
ion dollars, a now record, accordlnr
to a statement Issued today by the
llureau ot Foreign and Domestic
The .Iun exports are put at $91S.- J''", ,,Uv
Left my place Saturday. July 26tb,
one DiacK cow, oranded O on right J
hip. Information as to her whom. I
abouts will be rewarded.
l-3t J. FA1RCLO, Merrill lit.
A GOOD HOME. X
Women always value hlirhlv n irnod
home, tor they upend most ot their X
tlm there. We have one in Hot
.Springs Adition that will surelv T
pitwv. ii nan live Dig rooms ana n
sleeping porch In main, purt ot house,
nlso liti-Kt (icTOcniMl bark pnrrh, liuth,
large closet, fire place, cabinet work,
pantry cold stor.-tge room lawn anil
largo lot. It also lias an addition with
two portl Iteil rooms anil largo wood
house nnil parage, making a fine
place for n large fmnlly. Owner ex.
letn to leave soon to t-uro for other
Interests mill will sacrifice nt
S:i."(n.no on ternw. Hotter look at
It may be gone tomorrow.
Cliilcotc Smith, OH." Main St. Ph-no
alter having summarized the, provi
sions of the covenant. "The coven
ants have armed the league with
teeth, and without, teeth the league
"would be a futile abstraction. If the
"league is to enforce peace It must
lave force behind It. The shade of
exports over Imports for the fiscal
year 1919 was $4,129.000000 against
$3, 000,000, OOp the provious year and
less than $.'.00,000 in 1914.
Imports for June were valued at
$293,000,000, a falling off from the
total of $329,000,000 recorded for
lorce. however, in an mat win ever -iay but an increase over the $260,-
e required to secure obedience. If 000,000 for June of the previous
the covenant shall become effe-.tlve, ycar. Total imports for tho fiscal
donation on earth will ever be strong year just clo-sed are placed at $3,09C,-
enough or shameless enough o at- 000,000, as against $2,94 6,000,000
tack another nation without first sub- for 191S.
fitting its grievance to arbitration Tne removal of wartime reslnc-
or to the alternative action of the tiens caused a'declded increase In
executive council of the league, nor the exports of gold, from less than
after it has had Its cause judged by $2,000,000 each In April and May to
the league, will it ever be strong $83,000,000 in June. Gold exp-ms
enough or shameless enough to dafv for the fiscal year amounted to $117.
the league and refuse to accept the, 000,000. against $191,000,000 tor
1918. Exports of silver foil off from
WKlinoocl that armed strength ever $29,000,000 in May to $13,000,001)
would be required to enforce the in June, but Increased from $139,
zmandates of the league is so remote,! 000,000 for the fiscal year Un to
Mr. Turner declared, as to be out of $301,000,000 for 1919.
all probability, but, lie said, "We can '
afford to respond when the situation SAX FRANCISCO TO TRV FOR
ar,ses-" t SECOND U. S. NAVAIi ACADEMY
"The obligation we are as-,unilp,7
in world affairs is very lnuc'i the j SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 1. Cam
same as the individual ritlzen as- palgn for establishment of a second
sumes in the affairs of the state to United States naval academy on the
wl-.-i.l- he belongs," he said. A3 tho Pacific Coast Is bejng conducted by
,.u., wuai uuiieu oears nis ujraeTS local newspapers and officials. At
without much discomfort, so oii- ua- tention is drawn to the present over
tl.r will-bear its burdens io main- taxed capacity of the academy at An-
tainliig world peace. Most .If-.niites napolis and desirability of having an!
-under the wise provisions oi tie academy on the west coast in con-'
league will be composed without war. nection with the new Pacific fleet. j
In the very few cases where force At times past agitation for both
Jnay be required, the share to be con- military and naval academy branches1
tributed b the United States-in nion- on the Pacific Coast has been carried
ey and men will be infinitpssimal " on in the West. i
Episcopal services will be held In
this city next Sunday, llishop Pad
dock officiating. The morning .serv
ice will be nt 11 o'clock, tho subject
of tho sermon being "Our bovs over
there." This service will be held In
the Odd Fellows Hall.
Services In the evening will be In
tho opera house, tho subject of dis
course being, "The price of peace."
Confirmation will be administered
to n clnss on this visit of the Ulsliop.
O. F. Demorest. Dentist. 6th
Main, over Sugarrann's store
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
For Sale Cheap Buick truck, rebuilt
from Touring car. Now set gears,
good tires tbruout. A 1 condition. Ad
dress Box 210. Phone 3S 1-tlt
WORK WANTED by woman, eith
er cooking on ranch or work by
day. Inquire at IfcSrald Office. l-3t
Cooper Spring Needle Underwear
no better made at any price, and can't
be bought wholesale for 75 cents a gar
ment. I am selling them at, the gar
Glastenbury Underwear the black
label brand. which means the highest
crade of this famous wool underwear,
the garment $2.00
You can't buy them wholesale at
Mayo Brand Men's Heavy Cotton Un
derwear Those who have ever worn
this make know there is none better, the
You can't buy them for 1.50 a
garment anywhere else.
Broken lines of menrs underwear at less
than the wholesale cost.
Golf Shirts, each 75c
Other Dress Shirts, each ... ..so,;
Just look at these prices for Shirts.
Tiinen Collars 2 for 25c
Per dozen .v $1.25
Sells Royal Blue Shoes $3.00
T have some of the famous Sells Royal
Blue brand of Shoes, Oxford style, left.
These I will sell, while they last, at ttje
ridiculously low price of per pair $3.00
These shoes would cost jou whole
sale in Chicago today $-1.50.
' '! -ther goods in the store arc reduppd
'" the nme uronortion. I ;.m makin?
these prices for the reason I want to sell
out what is left in the shortest possible
58 West Main Street
Two blocks west of the postofhee.
WANTED Girl for
work and cooking
nree, Bly, Oregon.
-Alrs. O. G. I.ab-
FOR SALE New 8 foot
Crater Cafe. 124-7th St.
LOST Bunch of Keys, finder please X
return to this office. l-4t
FOR SALE Dining table, chairs,
rocker, sideboard, china cabinet.
bookcases, ranee, bed snrincs. flrnlen
cooker and other small articles. Any- 1
one can see them at 745 Pacific Ter-
race. Phono 363. l-3t &
LOST A smnll red cash book en- V
titled "Complaint Book." Finder
pieoxe leave at iieroiu uiflce. He- i
YOUNG JIAN Would like board and
room In private 'family. Address A.
Horald office. 31-2t
"THE PICK OF TIIK PICTUKES"
H. W. Poole, Owner
Matinee Every Day
(The Lee Kids)
Alma Rubens in
"A MAN'S COUNTRY"
.FOR SALE Chevrolet 490 Inquire V
j at Ford Garage. 31-Ct t
Wednesday & Huturduy
Popular iluxz Orchestra
Featuring Spcclnl Music
With tho Pictures,
Hex Stratton, Pianist.
Jesso L. Iiaalcy PresenM
'JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN'
An Artcrnft Picture
A Paramount Picture
AdmlMloa 19 IB emu KUm
9JW. Krai-Si 780 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
:V- -. CLOTHING i
Men! This is the best opportunity you will have for many a day
to come. The offerings in this sale are from 33 1-3 to ,50 per cent
lest than regular prices. If there is anything" you need now or, will
need later, don't wait, but buy now ,and make the. saving;
Remember, everything in Men's Wear to be closed out Noth
-POORS OPEN AT 7 P .11