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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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AXYW1IKUK IX TUN CITY
. Ql'ICK SKHVICK
Western Transfer Co.
nKI.nKADK, Aug. P. Ton thous
, and orphans iind school cMldron as
sembled tho other day nt Knlemeg
don, tho beautiful park on tho height
above tho Save lllver, to oat their fill
', of ice cream, cake, and cherries audi
rhocolato as gU"sts of tho American
Itnl Cross ami tho American liollof
The American rolony bought overt
ounce of Ice cream In town, enough to
glvo a heaping plWoful to oneli oh" '
' A huge wngonhvul of cherries was lo-
! side one of tho booths. The p.irk was
bright with American and Jiiro-SI.iv
Ni:V VOIIK. Am; S -Sewrnl
scolo of lending Jews from nil parts
of tho country will meet hero not
Sutidiy, August 10th. nt tho linltn
(Ion of Follv M. Warburg, tho Wall
st root hanher and chairman of tho
Joint distribution committee of tho
Jewish rollof funds, to consider tho
"W "W W W W m W $m
- i turned
extreme crisis of Jewry
as outlined by recently ro
investlgators, and to deter-
Cement Work of .all Klada
Let Me:Make You an
W. D. MILLER
Several of tho people from this dis
trict attended tho Farmers' Picnic
Margaret Schubert Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Win Cheyne this week.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Ward Dolan are home
from an extended nuto trip to Colorado.
New Gty Lawdry
WE GUARANTEE OCR WORK
Shirts and Ootlnra Laundered
We also wash silk, wool! and .col
ored goods very carefully. Try us
once and be conTinced. Our prices
are right. Phone 154.
127 Fourth Street
Back of First National Bank
i .. .
It's a Long way to walk
If yon are .out la the country
and find that the repair work you
had done does not stand op try
us and you'll ride and not walk.
Hoagland & McColium
We boy and sell New and Second
hand Cars. Speak to as before
yon bay. We can. sare yoa mon
ey. Watch for our specials.
One of the biggest shows of tho
year comes to the Liberty Sunday
and Monday. The two popular Zane
Orey pictures, "The Riders of tho
Purple Sage" and "The Rainbow
Trail" will both be shown as one
m &.! bIhha at a IaIIaii la tho
sequei to the former the entire play Among thoso who have been asked
will be verv Interesting. William by Mr. wamurg to auena are i.ouis
Farnum is the star in both oictnrei. Marshall. Jacob Schiff. Felix M. 'War-
mine upon a definite, untiled pro- j
gram In which all sections of Amor-,!
lean Jewry shall Join to savo tho !
race in Europe from destruction. !
Tho conference will extend over n,i
period of two or three days, with
sessions in tho morning, afternoon
Invitations havo gono to all mem
burs of tho Joint distribution com
mittee and to many other prominent
men who are interested in the work
of this organization and of thd
American Jewish relief committee,
the funds of which are turned over
to the Joint distribution committee.
and as this will be the last time these
pictures will be seen here anyone who
failed to see either of these pictures
when thev were shown here before
should not miss this opportunity. It
277 CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES HAVE DEFUNCT
MUNICIPAL LIGHTING PLANTS
Read the 1919 report of the Merchant's Association of New Yerk:
"The 277 cities, towns and villages uamod bolow comprlso hut a part of
thoso which after a trial of municipal ownership and operation of electric
lighting plants, havo ceased, In wholo or In part, to operate tho plants.
In practically all those cases municipal operation was undertaken In tho
belief that the community would obtain electric servico at materially lass
cost than if obtained from private companies. Kxporlonce demonstrates
that this belief was mistaken. Most of tho municipalities sold or scrappod
their plants at a heavy sacrlflco ,nd thereafter obtained from private
companies service at materially less cost."
NOTICE INVITINC; PROPOSALS.
burg, Nathan Strauss and Henry
Morganthau, all of New York city.
AVIATORS WILL AID
California-Oregon Power Company
J. H. Driscoll
Loomis BIdg. Phone 432
Pursuant to ordinance and order
of the Common Council of the City
r L'l.itinth fullo Drncnn nntlf., t?
I hereby given that proposals will bo
received by said common council for
making the improvement designed
for the improvement of Seventh
street from Washington street north
etly to Prospect street; Prospect
street from Seventh street north
westerly to Eighth street and Jeffer
son street from Seventh street easter
ly to eighth Btrcet. Including inter
sections. Said proposed Improvement to bo
made in accordance with the plans
and specifications of the City Engin
eer, and approved by the said Com
mon Council, and in accordance with
Ordinance No. 468 adopted on the
4th day of August 1919, and by the
mayor approved on the 5 th day of
Said plans and estimates and speci
fications being on 'file with the City
The Drooosed improvement will be
let in one contract, and the time In i planes while in
CAMP LEWIS, Wash.. Aug. S.
Aviators sent to Camp Lewis from'
Washington. D. C, havo sturted on
a series of trips throughout tho
Northwest to stimula'to and encour-, . - -
age recruiting. Four cf them, using WILL SKXI COMMISSIONER
two Curtiss J-N-4-D planes, with 90-( TO ALL MARKKTS OK WORLD.
h. p. engines, can average 70 miles,
an hour through the blue, at nit!-, LONDON. Auc. 9. Tho Fedora-
tlon of Hrltl.su industries which Is ;
tudes anywhere up to 12,000 feet.
The flyers are all exceptionally en
thusiastic over the planes for "tho
new army,' 'and are anticipating ex
cellent results on their recruiting, muiated nlans for un overseas organl
expeditions. They will glvo anylzat0n which contemplates tho ap
man who enlists a ride In ono of tho pointment In every market of tho
Doctor Joho Morav del It In, Arch
bishop of Mexico, who rend im own
commissioner for some of them. Tho j letter to his parluhloners dccUlmlc
divided tho world Into twonty-ono
nreas and ulmitiy nas appointed a
purpose of the federation is to ex
plore tho poHslhllltluH of nil markets
itnl ,i furflinr ItplMuli tpntlii In urn.
composed of more than 900 of llrlt- L,dnK lnfl)rmatlon tor .-.,-. munu.
uui mrKuni 11'uuui.Atiuiuin uuu ttn-
Boclatlons of manufacturers hus for
planes if he so desires, thus giving
him a "fast take-off and lofty alms"
at the outset of his army life.
A two-unit hangar, 30x100 feet,
has been 'constructed to house the
camp. Just south of
.vorld of a commissioner to be assist
ed where advlsablo by expert advis
ors. For its purposo tho federation has
MODKRX DRKSH STVLKS ARK
ATTACKED IIV ARCHIIIHIIOP.
MEXICO CITY. Aug. 9. Modern
styles of dress and coiffure worn the
mbject of much criticism recently by
against extremes In toilet and a-tking
mothers to refrain from ainnrlii la
oxaggorated costumes and from al
lowing their children to do mi, Th
Archbishop termed modern style "id
advanco toward paganism" ami re
commended tliut.ln church at leut
the women return to tho int of tne
veil and mantilla.
A scientific authority states that
buttermilk Is a formentol bovcrajf,
and contains alcohol.
i - i ssj
which the same is to be completed Is 'the camp recruiting office, 13th and.
1919 "nance tor .ov. isi. Montana streets. Almost
niAs must h fiinrf with h Poll of the big parade ground
Judge for submission to the Council, (good landing place, so soldiers In
at his office In the city hall not later tno cantonment are afforded dally ex
than S o'clock p. m. of the 18th day ... ... , .. ,,,,, , ,. n,i
of August 1919, at which time and hlbitlons of all kinds of plain ami
place proposals will be opened and, fancy flying. Tho ships cavort like
considered. Each proposal must be playful swallows before leaving and
accompanied by a certified check on f returning home and they add
some responsible bank to tho amount . , ., ,,.,. -
of 5 per cent of the aggregate amount numerous stunts the swallows never
of the proposal, to be forfeited by the thought of.
successful bidder upon failure to ,
enter Into contract and bond for in ... .. tt-i m jc
aithful completion of the Improve-' AbVSSinian UUKe, neaa or
"ROW DE DOW"
Upper Klamath Lake
I mr,nt ttn nnnniilinfiA iilfli t ti f- nlinil
Jilt I'll! lit (l..UIuailk,C ttltll ll.C HUH1 .
and specifications. The City of Klam
j ath Falls reserving the right to reject
i any and all proposals for making '
The launches "Spray" and "Oak- J
land" will run excursions every J
Sunday, leaving the mail boat j
landing at 8 a. m., allowing five j
hours at Rocky Point. Fare $1.50
from landing for round trip. Bus !
leaves Western Transfer office at
7:30 a. m. j
Calkins &. Hamilton
The award to tho successful bidder
for making the proposed improve,
nient is hereby made contingent up-1
on tne sale of the bonds authorized ,
to provide funds for making said i
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon, '
this 8tti day of August, 1919.
A. L. LEAVITX. I
Police Judge of the City of i
P-lOt Klamath Fells, Oregon. 1
Mission to Thank U.S. for !
ni: Rn tka Mi in la
neipuiij io ucoi wit ...i
The only way It can be done
Is through tho liver. That
drowsy, tired feeling, so
often experienced at this
season, Is due to impurities
In your blood. Such impur
ities are the result of an in
Nyal's Liver Salt
will mako the liver perform
Us work properly and expel
nil Impurities from the
THE CRATER CAFE
Dinner and Short Orders
Chill Con Carnl
Open all night
Just off Slain on 7th
A little off of the Main street,
)ut It pays to walk
W'HZ KLAMATH TALIS 0REC0Hm5?l
'of the HOT POINT Range
j used at the Golden Rod Pro
ducts Demonstration at the
various groceries this week.
Cooking is turned from
drudgery into pleasure when
you cook the "HOT POINT
V KLATWl II rALLS UKLUUn
All styles for sale by
Link River Electric Co.
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Abysinla sent a mission to tho
United States to thank tho nation for
its part In defeating tho central pow
ers. This photograph shows His Ex
cellency Dodjazmatch Nado, duke of
tho royal family and head of the
mission, In his striking- Abysslnnlan
Klamath Falls, Oregon
August 14-15-16, 1919
Wild Horses and Wild Men
Bucking Bulls, Biting Mules