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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Small cuts in a tire should bo repaired with
i liii moisture and gravel enter
S,an; is la forced under the tread by
". nlii ( of tho tircH, causing blister .
SSffitaUonH 'called "mud bolls."
Mud boils soon open andexpose the fab-
w liich is rapidly worn down by friction
Sd by moUre. This means the quick
K ires which would have given long
JSJicc if the small cub had been repaired.
RIVALS II MEET
AT OU) UIIEr
' trlnliini ( Idl (o-inii- Dining Ger-
ninn On iipiillnii Mny I'id n Tilnl
I mill Din i Hon of Hid Mum lie
'I id il to I'm ,un.i .
Rockefeller1 of Japan
Who May Be Mikado's
Next Envov to America
AUTO 0LUE BOOK
has for her motto "One Hundred Cents
for Every Dollar Expended."
She believes in a full return for every
She is not tight-fisted. She knows that
the cheapest materials are often the
most expensive in the end.
She has an Account Book which
shows what becomes of the money she
spends, and a Bank Book which shows
what becomes of the money she saves.
Her funds receive absolute protection
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Newspaper repert: have it
Ilaron Mitsui, thn Jnhn n nni.vri.
murnliiR of October 21.j,er of JapatJ( may b(j that .,
l"o" uuiuunsauor 10 inia country.
This 1h tho latest photograph of tho
wealthiest man In Japan. If sent as
envoy by tho mikado's government,
! Ulti'KSn.H, Am:, h If Ilaron von
ilm I.iiii ki ii Wiilketlll? l 11 .' i
nor mill m'kuiiIimI Ii many as I In- n ul
rulr of lli-lcliiiii during tin ( rtnmi
iim upiitlon, In brought to trial at the
( Old Itulley In London, llii-le will lie
present mi acii'ier whom l.ancken
I tried to Hi'tiil to tint firing huiihiI at
i Hi" Tlr National That man Is Gaston
do I.ik al, n lliilglau attorney, legal
(omiHiillor of the American l.egiitlon
ami special ulil to the Ainerlran Am-
bassiidor, llrnnil Whltlork ntul Hugh
Gibson, secretary of the Amerlran j
legation during those dark days of
the German occuputlnn In Iliilglnm.
There Is bitter hatred between Ilar
on l.anckeu n nil the llolgtiin attorney
whii risked his life In his attempt to
save Miss Kdlth Cavell, the Ilrltlsh
nurse, from execution. Had It not
been fur the Intervention of Ambassa
dor Whltlock and Mr (ilbson a firing
tiuiuad might have entertained do Loy
al on tin)
Do Leval accompanied Mr Gibson,
on October 11, the American Sccre-;
tiny went to protest to von der l.nu-'
fkell against execution of the death
sentence upon Miss Cavell While the
Spanish Minister, the Marquis of VII-
liiloluir, w-'K arguing with von der
l.iiurkeli win refused to Intervene,
, the German ctilght sight of de l.evnl
and unclaimed "There Is an eneniv
snbjeit. what Is he doing here'" Mnr-
iuIm Vllliilolmr and Mr (ilbson Im-
mediately reiognlzed that l.ancken
I was attempting to create n diversion
'and re(tiested de I.ewil to wlthdr.iw
I The latter ref tiled, saying "I shall
lle to prosecute ou at our trial "
l.ancken asked (iuliHim to dismiss de
' I.eval from the service nf the Amerl-1
I can Legation, (ilbson retuied.
I A few days Inter l.ancken came i
nglng to the Amorlcan legation, '
hearing a copy of an English paper i
with the story of the execution of.
Miss Cavell, Including Mr Whltlock's ,
report to tho State Department. Gib
sun's narrative of the events and do
Leval's legal conclusions.
"This man do l.oal will have to
he ri'inoed from the American Lega
tion," salt! l.ancken. "I'ntler military
Ijw he should be tried by n court
miirtlal, I would iccnmmeml that the
most severe penally he visited upon
On October 21, 111."., l.ancken re
turned to the Legation and demanded
that de Lev.il be glxen up Mr Whit
Im k refused Do I.eval went to Lon
don where he remained thruout the
Lane ken's parting miIIv to de l.eial
was "We shall meet again " De I.ev
al retored "I nm sine tho i.lensuru
will lm all mine." And now "i v iiiiiv
meet at the Old Italley
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AT THE CHURCHES
"No ilinngeM ulll be ntiido In tills
minimi unless the copy is l The
I, wiling Henilil officii bj ." o'clock
I ililii) etenlii(.
h would be tho world's wealthiest jng at g p m
Kind llaptlst Chunh, corner Wash
ington and Efi;hth. J. 11. Urlllith,
Hunday school at 10 a. in., C. It
I leactilng at eleven, by Itev. J. II,
Jrlff'th and nlso In thu evening at
i'r.iyer service Wednesday at H I. M
ivvory second and fourth Wednesday
evening will be devoted to missionary
Sacred Heart Churcn, corner 8th
and High streets. Ilev. Hugh J. Mur
1st Mush r, a. m.
Second Mass at 1030
No evening services
Methodist Episcopal Church, Tenth
and High. Her. Simpson Hamrlck,
pastor, 1117 Ea4 street. Phone 67W
Junior Lnaguu ut 'J.VO A. M.
Kunduy silmcl lit 10.00 A M.
Morning Worship at 11.00 A. M.
Epworth League at 7:00 P. M.
Evening Service at 8:00 P. M.
Prayer meoting Wednesday even
ing at 8 00 P. M.
Subject for morning service "Bix
Tho Union Seivice will be Meld in
the Methodist Church. Rev. Trimble
will preach the sermon.
Tho League will have a good serv
Ico In the evening of Interest to all.
that Subject, "The History of Methodism."
First Christian Church, corner
Ninth and Pine streets. C. F. Trim
Sunday School, 10 A. M.
Sormon, 11 A. M.
C. F. Trimble, Pastor
Prayer meeting Wednesday even-
TUSININAS TO BUILD
Presbyterian Church, Pine street,
near Second. Rev. E. P. Lawrence
AVIATION CENTER , ra8Tlro
TUNIS. Aug. 9. The
will be no services at the
Prosbyterlan church except Sunday
Tunisian 'school until further notice as the'
commission of aerial transports lia-j pastor is having his vacation. )
drawn up a vast program of colonial J 8unday school as usual at 10 a. m.
evlatlon and recommends that a p-eat'' &unaay noing. t
aerial transport center bo established
here to centralize aerial traffic over
tho Mediterranean Sea. Tho com
mission argues that Tunis occupies
an advantageous position at the junc
tion of French and international
Mediterranean and that a regular
aerial service should be established
between the city of Tunis and the
rest of this French protectorate. Al
ready a line of airplanes Is In opera
tion fiabes and tho frontier of Trip
oli. This may be extended later to
Can furnish good pasture for two
hundred head. Price $l..ri0 per month
per head. Phono or write Dr. W. H.
Gaddcs, Eagle Rldgo 31-tf ,
"Under regulation the general tax-1
payer will begin to pay for somebody
elso's meat the samo as ho does now
to cover railroad deficits In order to
allow cheap rates to the man who .
rides," predicts Newhort Graphic.
This is the new mileage adjustment you get with
23 "AW ST. pHONE 22-M
! I am now prepared to furnish .
I Shasta Rand from the Hooy. Cam..
sand nml grnvel pit. In nny quantity
that mny be desired by contractor '
and builders. I
AL F. GRAHAM
WHEN YOU WAKE
UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATER
Wash thn poisons and toxins from
system before putting more
food Into stomach.
iSfrSf Women Specialty.
For a limited time we
will make the follow
ing prices on
Cord, or single load
Double load $4.50
501 Main. Phone 187
Says tnslde-bathing makes any
one look and feel clean,
west and refreshed.
Emanuel Baptist Church, Eleventh
and High streets. W. L. Wilson, pas
tor. Sunday School 10:00 p. m.
Preaching services at 11 a. m.
Young peoples meeting at 7 p. tn.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday at
8 p. m.
There will not bo any preaching
bervlce until further notice.
The Christian Science Society of
Klamath Falls holds services at 113
Fourth street every Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and every Wednesday
evening nt 7:30. All are welcome.
The subject of lesson for Sunday,
The Sunday school session is from
9:45 to 10:45 every Sunday morning.
Tho free reading room and free
lending library 13 open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Lutheran services will be held at
the Baptist Church Cor. Eighth and
Washington St., at 7:30 P. M.
Sermon by the Pastor. All are most
cordially Invited to worship with us.
Rev. M. Rossman,
137 First St.
uonv will 111: held.
The body of Wong Him, Chinese
laiindrymal, who committed suicide
In his cell in tho city jail Wednesday
evening, will be held at Whltlock's
Undertaking Parlors pending the ar
rival of Wong's cousin fiom Portland,
on Saturday. Interment will no
doubt take placo In the city cemetery.
Vns! jourselt on the Inside berore
breakfast like you do on the outside,
This is vastly moic Impoitant because
the skin pores do not absorb impuri
ties nto the blood, causing illness,
whllo the bowels pores do.
Tor oery ounco of food and drink
taken into tho stomach, nearly an
ounco of wasto material must bo car
lied out of tho body. If this wast ma
teilal is not eliminated day by day it
quickly foiiuent.1 and generates pols I
011s, gases and toxins which nre nb
s.01 bed or sucked Into the blood stream
through tho ljmph ducts which .should
Mick only iiouilshmcut to sustain the
A splendid health measure Is to
drinl;, licforo bieakrast each day, a
HAVE OARK 111
XOIJODY CA.V TELL W1IEX YOU
DARKEN" GRAY. FADED HAIR
WITH SAGE TEA
Grandmother kepHier hair beauti
fully darkened, glossy and attractive,
i th a brow of Sago Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair took on that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, this
simple mixture was applied with won
derful effect. By asking at any drug
glass of real hot water with a tea-' '" for "Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur
spoonful of limestone phosphato In It,
which is n hauulcss wny to wash these
1 pnlhims, gases and toxins from the
stomach, liter, kldnoys nnd bowels:
Impoi taut to keep cloan ami puro on
thus cleansing, sweetening and fiesh
enlng tho ontlro alimentary canal bo-
'fore putting inoro food into the stom
ach. A Qiiaiter pound of limestone phos-
1 plmto costs hut very little at tho drug
store, but is sufficient to mako anyone
nn enthusiast on Inside bathing. Men
wako up with a dull, aching head or
have furred tongue, bad tasts, nasty
brcnth, sallow complexion; others who
have bilious attacks, acid stomach or
constipation are assured of pronounced
Improvement In both health and ap
pearance shortly. Adv.
Compound,' you will get a large hot
tlo of this old-tlmo recipe, Improved
by tho addition of other ingredients,
all ready to use, tor aoout 50 cents.
This simple mixture cau be depended
upon to restore natural color and
beauty to tho hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says overybody uses Wyeths Sago and
Sulphur Compound now becauso it
darkens so naturally nnd evenly that
nobody can toll It has been applied
it's so easy to uso, too. You simply
dampen a comb or soft brush and
draw it through your hair, taking one
strand at a time. Dy morning the
gray hair disappears; after another
application or two, it is restored to lt8
natural color and looks glossy, soft
y H TRADE MARK Jij "V
f$ The City of fe))
Hi Goodrich Igy
That's what you find in
the tin Goodrich hat
built especially for
Ford cars, "The
Bigger in size, burlier
fai strength 31 z 3M
inches with an inch
larger on the circum
ference, and thicker
in the cross section
than ordinary size
Ford tires, it makes a
different car out of
your Ford, different
looking and different
riding. The added
class and efficiency
quickly cancel the
slightly higher cost
are the standard in
their class by which.
other tires are meas
ured. To learn the value of
any tire.square it up to
the Goodrich Square
of Goodrich List
Prices, and the Good
miles for Safety
Treads; 8,000 for Sil
The comparison of the
and the prices, tefJs
you why experienced
tire users stick to
from a Dealer
Fabric 6,000 rnOcs
Cords 8,000 miles
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