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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Assisted by Desire McCloskey Pianist,
and the Peerless Orchestra.
Performance, 8:30. Admission, $1.00
Seats now on Sale at the Opera House
Vera Crisler has the rare distinction of being onp
'of the very few singers of the world who have
achieved phenomenal concert success in the remark
ably short time of one year's study.
CRIMINALS EMPLOY POISOXEI) clothing and left naked by the road
SMOKES' IN DRUGGING VICTIMS. slde near a suburban village.
LONDON', Auk. 21. Criminals
who rob their victims after giving
them drugged cigarettes are attract
ing the attention of Scotland Yard.
In one instance a man in a railway
carriage was robbed after he had
smoked a cigarette given him by a
fellow passenger. A discharged sol
dier was robbed of his money and
There is a possibility that Eng
land may also become dry. This
may account for the desire that has
sprung up for Scotch independence.
On account of car shortage we will
iell blocks at $2. SO per cord at our
factory until further notice. Now Is
the time to get In your winter blocks.
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CALOL LIQJJID GLOSS
Use on all classes
of Furniture and
for polishing and
Baldwin Hardware Co.
"THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"
CLEVELAND. Chlo.. Auk. 31
Myron T. Horrlok of this city, mom
lior of Tho Kxccutlvo Commlttco of
thu Nntlonal Association of Owners
of Ilnilroad Securities, declared in a
statement Unlay that "tho turniiiK
over of tho vast system of railroad
lines to the control of tho guvcrnmont
and through tho government to thu
control of organized labor, would bo
n long step tow.ird tho establishment
In this country of an autocratic pow
er that would Imperil tho liberties of
tho American people."
Mr Herrlck, who was formor'y
governor of Ohio und American am
bassador to Franco, is a banker, di
rector of the KrI'j It a II road nttd of
tho New York Life Insurunco Company.
Mr. Herrlck assorted In his state
ment that "the experience of the Inst
two years with tin; railroads, as with
tho telegraph and telephone lines is
ample proof that there Is neither ef-'
ficlency nor economy in government
control. Ho said that such control and
operation would defeat the purpose ,
for which tho railroad brotherhoods '
were established and that it would In
volve a hugo addition to tho public
debt as the value of the railroads was
estimated at $17,000,000,000
Referring to tho agitation by rail
road employees through the officers
of their organizations In favor of gov
ernment ownership of the roads. Mr.
"This propaganda will not be fiv
orably received by tho people of this
country who, as always, must pay
the bill. Tho deficit incurred In less
than two years of federal operation
is already more than $.".00,000,000
'and is mounting at tho rate of $2,
000,000 a day In .spite of sharp in
creases In freight and passenger
rates. Directly or indirectly, in taxes, P"
freight charges and Increase In tho Uncertainty in business will not
!cost of goods the burden of that de- cene u,,, the railroad problem Is
flcit falls on the people and contrib- solved." asserted Mr. Herrlck. "Kverv
utes in tremendous measure to the ,lolnv "" tremendous loss to tho
! oppressively high cost of living, tn country. All tho billions of wealth
the face of that showing who could , owned by the peoplu of the 1'nltn.l
; conscientiously wish to perpetuate) r' K forward or backward, de
governmentul control of the rail- pendent upon the legislation which Is
roadg? just ahead. A mistake will threaten
I "I cannot believe the brotherhoods tne whole financial structure,
have thoroughly considered the con-, Mr- Herrlck said that ho believed
sequences that would follow govern- the 1,ct Plnn 'et Presented for solv
ment ownership or that they are pre- lnB tho railroad question was that
pared to exercise this great power. ( Presented to Coii(;rvw by the Natlnn
Thelr present propaganda Is wholly' aI Association of Owners of railroad
at variance with the character of Securities. This plan, he said, pro
their organizations and with their dea for a fixed percentage mum
long and honorable history." i t0 the roads and that whore u road
To add the cost of the rallros' I makes a profit In excels of 0 ter cent
the governments debt, Mr. Herrlck the excess shall be .llvlded between
said, "would weaken the government th government, the employes and
borrowing power, depreclato further , ne railroad. In iilv opinion this plan
government securities the rate at , protected ' all Int.ire.itH- tho puhile,
which the government can borrow., the shippers, employe", und own
He pointed out that the war had add- cri
ed $'20,000,000,000 to the public debt I "Tno tlm for experiments had
In two years and that tho annual in-Pne" "aid Mr. Herrlck "Tito nov.
terest charge alono Is now almost ernment has followed fads nud fan
equal to the whole annual expense of cleB Iar enough. Now let ua forget
the national government before tho .Partisan and politics and devlso a
have n streak of smokcluck that'll
put pep-in-yotr-smokemotor, all riiht. if you'll
ring-in with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and
nail some fnnce Albert lor packing I
Just between ourselves, you
never will wise-up to high-spot-smoke-joy
until you can cull a pipe
by its first name, then, to hit tho
peak-of-pleasure you land square
on that two-fistcd-man-tobacco,
Prince Albert I
Well, sir, you'll be so nil-fired
happy you'll want to Ret a photo
graph of yourself breezing up tho
pike with your smokethrottle wide
open! Talk about smakc-spart I
Quality makes Prince Albert so
appealing all along the smoke line.
Men who never beforo could
smoke n pipe and men who've
smoked pipes for years all testify
to the delight it hands outl P. A.
can 7 bite or parch! Both ere
cut out by our exclusive patented
Right now whilo the going's
good you get out your old jimmy
pipe or the papers and land on
some P. A. for whnt ails your
particular smokcuppctito I
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ftar cfattv, praenruf puunil eryttmi mlmii Aumufar with tpon
lfnr tp that A fA lteco tn mcA prfrf ronJufon.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C
would simply multiply tho principal
and Interest which thu people must
war, "To buy the railroads and doub
le the national debt would be exceed
ingly unwise," said Mr. Herrlck. "it
The bottle in
tains all the
from half a ripe
dessert has a
wealth of this exquisite
flavor, and a package serves
six people for 12 cents.
You owe to yourself a
trial of this new-type gel
practical plan for tlio business-like
management of ojr great vehicles o'
commerce giving r. en of exporlonro
and vision a chance to exercise their
abilities. Hp dkal experimentation Is
AMEIiroA.VTHADK WITH ITAIjV
Wllili UKACH If I, (100,000,000.
United States Tire News
Pew in Helen of commerce offer so miiiiy opportunil cj
fir coveting up puor iiiullty and fiuniy on irjii.in ui
do itliiomohlle llri'B A good-looking ouu.de cowr iir
may lut cnly a shall within whMi are niildui nihuIu) iuu
tenuis ami bungling workmanship
Tho United Hl'tes Tiro company cites ihsfsin ai rea
Ron why motorists who want good survluj from their
tires are buying In enormously Increasing iUiint t ci thu
"good tires" madu by thu company whoiie steady ilnvo
tlon to ouallty has mado It thu largest lubber compuny
in tho world.
United States tires aro mado from the best materials
and by tho beat tiro makers. Such a c-mblniitlnn ousht
to prodllcu tires or tho finest quillty, und umsl manufac
turers would lie content to go no further Hut In th,s
compur.y.'a fictorles eveiy stop In thu process of uiunufitc
turo tfl wnlched by trained Inspectors whoso duty It In to
find I'liwn, nnd whose pay Increases as thu number of
flaws discovered Increases.
Olio out of every twelve einplryes Is an Inspe for, nnd
nn tho moro Important operations, one out of each e'Khl
employes spends all his tlmo looking for Imporfectlons.
Tho company bolloves that It owes this cimfulneM nj
u duty to tho great urmy of motorists who have placed
their faith In United States tires.
AUTO BLUE BOOK
10 Ftavon, at Your Grocer'a
2 Package for 2S Cent a
ROME, Aug. 21 From presont In
dications, American trade with Italy
thin year may reach tho billion dollar
mark, says tho I'opolo Romano. Dur
ing tho first threo months of 1919,
Ameilcah imports Into Italy amount
ed to approximately $220,000,000
while Ituly's exports to America
reached 13,000,000. Tho stntemont
shows that If tho present rato of trade
! bo maintained u record of commerce
ooiweon lie iwo cuumnuH win hu in- ,, , T-i.ii.' t jh ii .. -.,i..
tulned. America la by far the greatest : ?PY a limited time I Will Sell yOU yOUl'
seller to Italy. A roeir Hefond is Oreat '.'. at the following amaZlllg prices:
Uritaln with u total of $70,000,000 ,;
for tho first three months.
i Get Your Winter Wood Now
DOUBLE LOAD BLOCKS $4S0
GREEN SLABS' $3,50
W. E. SEEHORN CO.
Will sell our homestead of 100 .
acres at 17 dollars por aero, nlso 178 622 Main
acres timber on lako front at is doi- .; f n.tH
lars por aero. Address II. Nownliam, ..........j......:..)..).'.''':":"5":"!",'w
l'. u. uox ma, uii
Let us make up your ,pool car Murphey's Feed & Seed Stof
The price is right
126 South Sixth St