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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1919)
TUKHPAV, AimrsT in, ,09
Lee tires Give Exceptional Service
Any Defective Tires can be Adjusted on a 6,000 or 8 Oft
iviuc units in rwinmain rails.
Howie Garage 12th and Main
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Kq TThtn yon 're hot and thirsty-jay cfcCB
KIP Aiaa placa wnaro aoft beverage ara sold. AtfjJ
DS THE HENRY WEINHARD PLANT rSJ
V-p Btattn nlDUtrn&on. rORTLAND, OREGON . ,OQ
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NSUNNYSQUTH UNIQUE OPERA:
Improictl Mi Imb Conditions Aivnlt Indian Opcrn Will Ho Slngm! In thel
Southern egrocs Wlut lluio (ioiii
to tin North Farmers Wmil
Tliriu lltu k.
Will sell our homestead of ICO
acres at 17 dollars per acre, also 178
acres timber on lake front at 15 dol
lars per acre. Address H. Newnham,
T. O. Box 1112. 13tf
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DO TOUR FEET GET
TIRED, FELLOWS ?
Itfi a ctnch that shoes that
hurt tout feet make bard work
a deuce of a lot harder. Rnb
a UttleBERGMANN SHOE OH
on them It makea tbcro soft
waterproof eaty to set on and
eff and xnakea Iocs iralklos a
It is & neceftary to your
ahoes aa oil to an engine. Buy
a can today; yen can't afforU
to be without It.
Theo. Bergmann Shoe
1S0S James Xasmlth, inventor f
the steam hammer, born In EdlnburK.
Died In I-ondon, May 7. 1S90.
1SS2 Kentucky celebrated tho
100th anniversary of tho battle of
1SS7 Spencer Kullerton Rnlrd.
tlrst l". S. commissioner of fish and
fisheries, died at Woods Hole, Mns.
Born at Reading, Fa., Feb. 3, 1S23.
1S91 Martinique was visited ny it
hurricane and earthquake, which
destroyed every vessel in tho harbor
and 340 lives.
1909 The South African Union
Bill was passed by the British parlia
ment. 1914 Belgians prepared for the
evacuation of Brussels.
1915 White Star liner ArnW
sunk by German submarine, with loss
of 20 lives.
iai Two British light crulsen
sunk by German submarines in North
1917 Italians opened a great of
fensive, attacking on a front forty
nii's long from Tolmlno to the Adriatic.
Vt Sale at
, Hardware and
I am now prepared to furnlb
Shasta Sand from thp Hoev. Cam
sand and gravel pit. in any ouantIM
and at Shea that mnv Tin desired bv contractor1
fndsnShK and builders.
Cd.8 sraa! AL F. GRAHAM.
CALOL LIQUID GLOSS
Use on all classes
of Furaiture and
for polishing and
Baldwin Hardware (Jo.
, "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"
MK.MI'HIS, Ti'iui., Aug. 19. Plen
ty of farm unit mill work, better
wages than over before paid and Im
proved living conditions await South
ern negroes who halo gone to tho
North and who now are said to bo
clamoring to return to the South, ac
cording to employers hero.
Southern farmer, and plantation
owners want tho southern negroes
back. If there were somo method of
getting in touch with the in It Is de
clared the oxpoiuo of their return to
Dixie Mould bo willingly borne. This
will hold especially true, for tho next
few weeks. because there, is need of
negroes who know how to tako care
of the cotton crop.
But theso employers say they do
not want northern-born and reared
negroes. They would prefer to bring
in foreign lubor, they assert.
"Wo would not hosltnto to pay the
expenses of a hundred or moro neg
roes, from Chicago or other northern
cities to our placo if wo can get
southorn negroes, particularly no
grocs who havo gono from MLshIss-
' Ippl, Arkansas and Tennessee," said
1 A. C Lange, vice president and gen
ieral manager of the Chlcugo Mill &
Lumber Company, which owns more
i than 70,000 acres of timber and agrl-
l.i tit, tr.il l.m.lu In V.irl non at npii Arlr.
ansas. "I think it Is snfo to say that
everv southorn negro in tho north
would be brought back without c-
1 penso to him If southern farmer. and
I plantation owenrs knew where and
how to get In touch with the southern
I born. We don't wint and will not
1 havo northern negroes "
The question of how to get in
' touch with negroes who have gone
north was discussed at tho M"niP,i"
meeting of the Southern Alluvial
Land Association several (lavs ago
I and tho subject will be n special or-
dor of business at the next meeting
The Association is an orgnnlyntlon '
.bankers, land owners, clumbers it
'commerce, planters and lumherme"
of tho lower Mississippi wtlley formed
to serve, in a measure, tho same pur-
1 poses for tho delta country as t'w
I chamber of commerce serves the
town or city At the last med'ng It
was said that thrre is great need 'or
more labor in the lower Mississippi
Valley and especially for negro labor
acquainted with southern agricultur
al methods and with cotton growing
Natural Kurt! I" t'lillfornlvw
World Fatuous IIciIuimmI Park In
RKDWOOI) PAKK, Calif.. Aug.
19. In tho forest primeval, beneath
somporvlrcns towering 300 feet, and
which were ancient forest monarchs,
even at the time Noah's ark is ro-j
routed to have rested on Mount
Ararat, 234S 11. C CallfornlaiiH and
visitors will gather hero September
6th to witness "Tho Soul of Se
quoia." It Is an Indian opera, audi
Its premiere hero wilt mark tho tlrst
time In thu history of open air drama
that a complutu Indian opera has
been produced In tho natural red
Pulque features In a setting of
grandeurs Mir roil ml this effect of a
California composur, Thomas Vlncuul
Cator of San Jose, and a California
author, Don W Dkhards, to pioduce
a history of tho giant redwood trues
in song and drama. Their efforts are1
supported by thu Seiupurvlreiis Club
of California, which Is tlnuuclng thel
production solely In tho interests of
thu California ltedwood Park, a
state park, with free camp sites, wa
ter, tlroplaccs, llinhwood for Callfor
nlans and visitors.
In tho heart of thu great Big Ha
sin .Santa Cruz County, a majestic
amphitheater, is an inner amplthcn
terln which thu production will bu
Wild dour will ho participants In
thu drama. A. M. Weaver, assist
ant stato warden of the park, has
trained these timid animals. Koi
moro than two years Wardun Wea
ver has each morning and evening
culled to thu wild dour, who have
answered from miles around, and
sped to his offerings of sugur ,up
pies and barley.
Mammoth pillars of living red
wood, 5,000 years and moro of ago,
form the encircling background to
tho n.ituru! stago upon which this
drama is to bo produced. This nat
ural fcrest theater arcoinmodutes
more than 5,000 people
California ltedwood Park, set
apart by tho stato in 1901 as a pub
lic park, consists of 10,000 acres of
virgin forest. It Is 33 miles from
San Jose, 70 miles from San Fran
cisco, 26 miles from Santa Cruz,
reached by good mountain roads.
OIXIXJATKS I'UN FlfiHT
.UJAIXKT MAXV .JUGO-SIiAVS.
CLEVELAND, Aug. 19. Fifteen
hundred delegates representing tin)
Jiifo-PIavonlnn Koimlillr Alllanco
will meet hero In September to plan it
fight against mouarchistlc elements
in Jugo-Slavla and to lay tho founda
tions of a republican government
Italy's ambitions in the Adriatic and
Serbia's proposed hobemony In tho
Balkans will ho attacked, nccordlng
to L. F. Truger, a member of the
central committer of alliance.
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give instant relief Cost
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Nerve-racking, Hplittiiig or dull,
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Miliums of men and wimiei li tve
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PORTLAND, Auv 1'- Portland
1s after tho 1920 meeting of tho Paci
fic Northwest Kwimmlng association.
Tho tournament was held lit Van-
"Oliver In 191 S ,ii 1 this year. Neither
Spokano nor Seattle has sought thu '
1920 championship and It probably
will go to Portland. Tlio mooting. If!
given to Portland, will tako place in
AIKPLAXKS WILL Hi; KIIPT.
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
CCIIOOL8 AND DEPARTMENTS
Tto I'niTcnltr include! tl. College of
Literature, 8ciri.ee and the ArU, and tba
nwhl School t.f Law, Medicine, (at
I'ortland) . Architecture. Journaliiio, Oon
WKtLe, Kducatlon and Music. a
Tor a rtttaloeue, i!lutraUd botklet or Frtciflo Infcnnatlon. addreui
THE REGISTRAR, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, OREGON,
A beautiful eampui, faculties of rpwia'
liti, modem facilities, low cart, with many
opportunlUes for nelf help, "athleticil- for
eitfOhodr," a really democratic atmogpheu
and thu fauoua "Orecon Spirit."
SALKM, Aug. l'i Senator Mc-
Nary was assured ly tho War Depart
ment today that iilrplnno patrols
would bo kept In Oregon to fight tho
forest fires that havo been raging.
This Information was .sent to Gover
'IT, SUIS KXTOMIIKO IX .MIVR
TRINDAD, Colo., Aug. 19. Twen-ty-flvo
coal men vero entombed to
day by an explosion near La vela,
Two bodies were recovered. '
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For lasting tobacco satis
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RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-out tobacco
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Avoid all delays arising from battery troubles Tho
best of batteries will go wrung suddenly if ahimeil Nu
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to keep It "lighting fit." When you need a new buttery
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ii Get Your Winter Wood Now
' For a limited time I will sell you your winter wood ;
at the following amazing prices:
DOUBLE LOAD BLOCKS $450
GREEN SLABS $3-50
W. E. SEEHORN CO.
i 622 Main.
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The price is right
126 South Sixth St.