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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TUKHDAY, ATOIIKT II), i0t
ERIN'S FLAG FLIES
AT SHIP LAUNCHING
LOCAL SECRETARY J
GETS STATE OFFICE
Klamath Falls Lodge of Klks was
honored hist Saturday In tho election
of Austin llnden ns treasurer of the'
state association for the coming
. to hun soldiers
(IKIIMANH WII.Ii KMIflltATK.
Mr. Hayden Is one of the charter
members of the local lodge, and his
ntwns boon an active and enthusi
astic worker. Ho has been secretary
SKATTU:. An. 13 Tho flag of
tho Irish Republic, green, white and
orange, had n place of honors on tho
new steel ship O'ltnnla Viunched laU
Thursday at the .Seattle North I'aciflo
shipyard. Thousands of ship workers
cheered when thoy sw KrinVs emblem
of freedom proudly waved among tho
Tho Se.Utlo North Pacific yards
nro owned by Twohy Brothers, of
which Judge John Twohy. a life-long
friend of Ireland'-? cau-ie, Is chairman
James F. Twohy, secretary-treasurer
of the company, is Interested In tho
coming visit of President Do Valora
A .nn nnnsonlml t i hfl A mPtnhor
of tho citizens' committee on Do Vnl-jto consider Important problems relat- ,n8plralloni mklnR his best appeal.
ern's reception. Western Freeman. ' Ing to public mimics. perhaps, and greatest impression on
I tho young men, lrltllous of whom
have looked upon him ns their lead
er. 1 To keep tho memory of Itoosovelt
before tho pooplo, that thoro may al
ways bo tho Inspiration of his life.
WITH Till: AMERICAN FOUI'IIS
IN (1KKMANY, Aug. Ill Public ro-
mutton. and meolliigs planned by cl-
People of Auieilcrt Will Krecl Mon. umiH honor of returning Herman
mnentnl Memorial to ThrMlrt prisoners of war mo not to bo nllow
HoomhoU CampalKii for Ten Mil-L,j (, Aiuerle.tn occupied area, no
tion Dollar. Hen to this effect recently having
been sent to the authorities of the lo
ot tho Klamath Falls lodge for live SAN- pnANflSCO, Aug. IS. Tho cni government. Tho (lerman Hod
years. Additional merit goes to Mr. ' jiieni8 0f Theodore lloosevolt nro n i Crosn has been collecting funds for)
Hayden In that he received the state n0 immortalized his memory per-1 several months In piepuratlon for lhe
office without soliciting It. i potuated by the people of America, i i,ome-comlng of thousands of tter-.
MIJXR'O (MTV, Aug. IlllI
poldo Ortiz, for the past threo years for Wholosah
representative of Mnxlto In (lormntiy Amerleii
nml AiiHlrln, has returned ,a .?
rminti-v nml In i. i. ...... , 'ill
' "" "oervinw tin, .
! Universal declared ,hut
o- pnriitlotiN nro tind-ir way n n.
' """"lm lo uZ
- the country of which this great Am-
Mayors of Texas cities have been orlcnn wns so Justly proud.
Theodora Itoosovelt was
called to a conference at Austin lonay ,.,..
near iu wiu in:wi'"J " ..... ..j.. ....
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Experienced, professional pharmacists only
are employed in our prescription depart
ment. A rare stock of prescription drugs
and an unusual equipment enables these
men to render a service that cannot be ex
celled. Prices are always reasonable.
When you have a prescription to be filled
we'll gladly call for it. Phine 37.
innns from Franco mil Kngland
A recent order hv Maor-(lonornl
Henry T Allen, commander of the,
American forces In (lermanv. quotes
a letter to the Ober-lVesldont of thej
Ithlne prolnro ns follows-
"While svmpatlilzlug fully with the
nnturnl desire of the Herman peonle
to ncconl a welco.no to the returning
prisoners of wr. nevertheless. In
view of the fact that the military od
cunatlon must corllnuo until the
Americans from coast to coast and jtnnty nf ponce Is ratified by the Al
from tho Great Lakes to tho Oulf of ! h0(j government, and particularly In
Mexico, have taken upon themsolvos I vjow 0( (M0 necessity of preventing
any somblance of disorder which
might compel a resort to disciplinary
nctlon, the commanding genornl di
rects that you havo the reglerungs
tho task of erecting a monumental
memorial as a symbol tor future gon-
1 orations and a visible token of adher
ence to his Ideals.
'V 1YLAT1A1 n rUJd UKLUUH T7f7
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE i
BUY THEIR DRUGS
A campaign for .000,000 will) praesldents of Cohlenz and Trier not- j
Ify the population of their respective j
bezlrks that tho rocoptlon of return
Ing prisoners of wnr must bo llmltod i
to porsonnl nnd family receptions.'
bo launched October 20th to 27th by
tho Itoosovelt Memorial Association,
of which William Hoyco Thompson
of Now York Is tho president. The
fund will bo expended in erecting a nnd must not bo made the occasion
monument in Washington, D. C, and
for tho purchase of a memorial park
at Oyster Bay and the ultimata pur
chaso of Sagamoro Hill, tho home of
The State Commltteo members who I rntlrond Btntlons."
will hnve charge of tho campaign in j
Oregon Include: Hruco Dennis, 1.1 1.1
Grande: Mrs. Frederick Kggort,
Portland; A. F. Flegol, Portland;
Mrs. Lawrence T. Harris, Salem: Ar-I
Dr. Andrew C. Smith, Portland; nnd
John H. Smith. Astoria.
of official recoptlons. processions or'
any other public ntsomhlles.
"This will not, of course, be con
strued to prevent tlir Hod Oros.s auth
orities from serving refreshments at.
Have You Got a Robe
If you haven't, you need one, for right now in
tho glorious Indian Summer of tho Klamath
Country, is the one time of the year when every.
body rich and poor, big and little, old and
young yearns for tho great outdoors longs to
to get out in the wildwood, along the streams
next to tho big and little lakes, and spend a few
hours, at least, each week communing with our
great Mother Nature, and recuperate from the
year-old strain of gaining a livelihood.
No matter whether your car is a $500 jitney or
a $5,000 palace on wheels, you will need a robe
and a good one, and you will need it mighty
soon, for even now the evenings are warning
you that before long it will be a little bit crimpy
Marple & Smith, of the Diamond T. & V. Co.,
have just received a shipment of robes that wiii
please you, no matter how fastidious, and they
are the very latest things manufactured in that
line. Drop in and size them up.
Tire & Vulcanizing Co.
MARPLE & SMITH, Proprietors
120 S. Main St Phone 167
YOU IIAVK TWO DAYS.
To clean up your alley. This Is a
final warning and Is given for your
protection and that of other proporty
owners, whose buildings are menaced
by rubbish In the alleys.
F. C. MILLER, Fire Chief.
The Itinerary of H. R. H. tho
Prince of Wales for a visit today
to Charlottctown, P. E. I.
This spirit has been demonstrated to its
full extent in our recent celebration.
Elks of our city have adopted this
friendly spirit to our visitors. It is a
lasting impression, and it took the
v , .-
Best People On Earth
to prove that our fair city was worthy
of their efforts.
We cannot help but extend our con
gratulations to this worthy order, and
hope our little community will profit
by their action.
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Wirthmor Silk Blouses
make their debut tomorrow, and fortunate
will be those who come in time to buy
In the Blouse making world as well as with hosts of women
throughout America the word WIRTHMOR has come to have a
wholly unique, definite and distinctive meaning. It is a symbol
always of quality; an unfailing sign of merit; a certain indication
of Style attractiveness and inbuilt goodness; a positive assurance
of complete and lasting satisfaction. To that great Wirthmor fol
lowing, as well as to the women everywhere who spend judicious
ly, who insist on the greatest return for the expenditure, the fact
that Wirthmor Blouses are hereafter to be obtainable in beautiful
Georgettes and Crepe de Chine and wash satins of exceptional
quality will come as a bit of most welcome news.
In this new group of models (four of which nro above Illus
trated) there's a pleasing diversity of Style. Somo of the
inodols are hnndsomoly ombroidered, others are Filet lace
trimmed, while othors depend on an nttractlvo arrangement
of tucks, pleats and buttons for their appeal
The Same Price the Nation Over
If bought and sold In tho ordinary way theso mouses would
havo to sell for fnr iniiro. nought nnd sold, however, In the
WIItTIIMOIl wuy, tho wuy that mukes for Innumorulilo econ
omies In both tho in'anufncturo and Halo, this very modest
: price Is possible. They nro not dvo dollar Waists, but Waists
which wo, and wo nlono in this city berauso of tho very fortu
nute arrangement with tho Wirthmor manufacturers can
sell at this prlco
" AND, Likewise for the First Time Tomorrow are
New Wirthover, Wirthmor and Welworth Wash Blouses
These famous Blouses need no introduction, we believe simply
telling you that many new and very attractive models will be
shown for the first time tomorrow is inducement sufficient that
you should be amongst the early shoppers. These Blouses repre
sent the utmost in value, and are to be found at this store only
in Klamath Falls
The Wirthover, $1 The Wirthmor, $1.50. The Welworth, $2.50
H. N. MOE, Proprietor