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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1919)
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FOR SALE Touring Car,
In Good Condition.
A Real Bargain.
PRINCE OF WALES, WHO IS NOW IN CANADA
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I OurWorth While I
I Cjuaraniee j
I Your grocer will refund I
I tne full price you paid I
1 for-'B'(fifit I
I does not please your I
I taste.no matter how I
I much you have used I
I i oui of the can. g I ,
IllllltloiO UlMWll'lt ,lr. Will 1
ilivxs l'lr.t On'K'in Stale (Viinrii
(lull (if lliril('im Legion Held III
9,000,000 HORSEPOWER Prance requires twenty million
TflTAI PAPAriTV nv tona of coal yearIy ln eccss of her
HJAL. LATAL1 1 I Ur own production, at its maximum. At
FRENCH WATERFALL tho Present cost, the purchase of such
a quantity means the payment abroad
PARIS, Aug. 28. Nine million of a billion two hundred million
horse-power is the total capacity of francs annually, materially aggravat-
the natural waterfalls of France, ac- Ing the situation of French exchange.
FREE TIMBER GIVEN
TO RAILROAD FIRM
PORTLAND. Auk. 2S. Former
sotillors. Nullum ami murine.-! from
crry section 'f ll Muto of Oregon
will gather In Portland on iep:on:l or
1? anil IS fur tin. llrst it f.i conven
1 on i f Tln Amk'Iimu I.or'oM, (he im
.mi orgnnlzuiko of til' i. who
foiiKt'l I" tlu K'-ni wnr tliMiiii i will
1 lened nt tli-t .'iilillc iimllt mill.-, tit
2 .10 on tltc afternoon of the 17th
with mi iiililri'ni by Theodore IUict.o
vnlt, 1ii .with lloorgo A. Whlto of
Portland, Ik credited with tho con
ception In 1'nrW of tln organization
of former erlco r-en Itooitovolt ro
fiisi'il at thi tiiitlntiul caucus lit St
Louis to accept tho officii of national
chairman lint In :i member of tlm
Joint executive committee of which
17 members worn selected it St
I.ouU nml 17 lit Paris.
Election of stnto officers nnil tho
naming of delegates to tho niitloniil
convention of tho American Legion
at Minneapolis, November 10-11 nml
12 will lie tho chief objects of tlm
convention In Portland. Thorn will
bo accredited delegates from every
post of thu American Legion In tho
state -there nro now 31 -hut tlm
meeting will Im opened to nil mem
hern of tho organization.
Through its legislative committee
In Washington, Tho American legion,
representing 3,000 local organiza
tions of American veterans of the
(ireut War. will glvo Us active sup
port to tbo Johnson bill In Congress
which cullo for the deportation of un
desirable aliens and denies rendmls
sion to deported enemy aliens. This
hill hns already been passed In the
House and Is now before tho Senate
o'Timltteo on Naturalization and Im-
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The Prince of Wales, lMunnl Albert Chrlstluu li-ori. ndrew Ptrik
Dnvld, Is now In Camilla After visiting setenil i-l(ie in that country, h
in III go to Washington and Ne York before return, iir i.i Knzlaml Tti
piliicu resembles In iiiiiuy ways his very popular giinliiit tlm lit, Kitf.
IMward. He has uiiiilu in ny friends uiiioiiK Aim rica'i. ( pi-riillr inott
our at my uud n.ny men he has cIuiicmI tu uieei ni , iiic r Ittv
Admiral Kir Lluiel llalsey, third sva lord, who is sIuimi itir ir-ir iboit.
Is entrusted with the safety of tlm prliu'o on In trip an I (n-nvral Ctitrlt.
rniiiuiander of the Cnnadlau forci s, shown below. II l w c,arif ct H
mll'liuy deinonslrntlotis mid fum-tlons for the prlnre d lu l in Ctsuli
The Herald tells you today's news today not tomorrow.
FOR ALASKAN ROAD,mKru,l"n- ,,n,,or lts prov'lon ""
emy aliens who liavo been internou
at Fort Mcl'herson, (n., and other
rOHTLAND, Aug. 28 Acting Ms- concentration camps may bo sent out
trict Forester Munger, tho Forest Ser-of tho country.
curding to a complete census made The programs of utilization of the vice announces, today approved a per-j Failure of Congress to requlro
hy Monsieur Jules Cels, under 8ecre- unimproved water power comprises m,t Kranting free to tho Alaskan Kn- nllen sluckers to serve In the recont
tary of Public Works. Of that total the manufacture of nitrate fertilizers Klneerlng Commission about four mll-jwnr will constitute one of the black-
7iiO,G00 horsepower was utilized be- go much needed to Increase agricul- "on feet ot Umber on the ChugachjuHt pages In the history of America's
tore the war and about a half million tural production in France
-has been put Into operation since
j National Forest, along the right of war preparations, according to nn
way of the Alaskan Northern Itall
I road, which tho Commission Is build-
The Chamhpr nt Denutles Is
now discussing a bill regulating the,FRBXCH ARMY HEADQUAItTEIW )jnB. TnH timber will be used for pll
cession of water power privileges
which, it Is hoped, will facilitate the
utilization of the remaining seven
and three quarters million.
WILJj HE DISCONTINUED. Ing, telephone polea, railroad ties and
" tas general construction lumber. Ever
finprnl since the railroad, was started the
. PARIS. Aug. 28. The
'Headquarters of the French army. Forest Service has under a Bpeclal
The advantage may draw from full established August 2, 1914, at Vltry Provision of law granted timber freo
exploitation of this rich resource In le Francois, soon will be discontinued for this government railroad, and this
power appears clearly when it is re- after five years of varying fortunes. ! permit has the .'ffect of extending
called that Germany has only 1,300,- vicissitudes, reverses nnd victories.
000 horse-power in hydraulic resour- u will now be superseded by the old
:es, that coal costs three times as French Supreme War Council, with
much as it did before the war, and headquarters at the Military School
that the French water power corre- In Paris.
eponds to a total annual coal con- Marshal Petaln, it Is understood,
numptlon of seventy-eight million will drop the title of Commander-ln-
Chief to take that ot Chief ot Staff,
which Joffre held at the beginning
of the war.
Ht'cln on 'The Sacred Allen Blacker'
by Itepresuntatlves Itoscoo C. McCul
lough of Ohio In the current Issue of
"Thu American U-glon Weekly."
.10,H1S7 MEN MUSTKKKD
OUT IN EIGHT MONTHS.
tons eighteen million tons more
than France consumed annually be
fore the war.
CAMP LEWIS, Wash., Aug. 28.
this privilege to cover more timber ' Records of tho Demobilization Oroup
and additional time. !ut Camp Lewis disclose that during
m I the period from January 1 to August
Th. coast of the lHltlHh Is es lh mi '20 ofthls year 50,827 men woro
.veil protertitl with llghl'ouscu tint j mustered out of the Hervlco. Tho pap
H a ihlp sailed right round nnglae... erwork Involved In demobilization Li
S-otland and Ireland by night only stupendous, and the huge American
on si occasions would It be whero il ""nx could never havo been returned
could urn see. th llcht of a iil-ih- to civilian llfo In ro Bliort n tlmo had
FROM PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
You can depend absolutely on this market for
the best of meats, delivered at your door
promptly, sweet and fresh from the cleanest
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Famous Australian 'lenms Jtars Arrive for Championships
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not tho process been revolutionized.
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3 r onneny lite wurn wn iiuihj u um-
, ters nnd men of every soparate org
anlzntion, under tl-o supervision ot
I tho mustering office. Now thoro is a
idlschnrgu renter through which tho
soldiers pans us through a mill, enter
ing one door as partH of Undo Sam's
fighting forces, and leaving by an
other as private citizens on tholr
way homo. Tho pcrsonnol occupied
In tbo work at Camp lewls Ik made
up of 2r. officers, 40 field clerks and
fi7 enlisted men. Not only doos this
! force accomplish ull tho dlschargo
reciird.1, but It receives all detach-'
ments, "feeds and sleops" them out
j fits them with now clothing, gives
them final pay and Instructions, nnd (
senile thorn on thulr way rojolclng, In
an average time of less than 24 Hours.
! POLYNESIANS DKCOHATKD.
You Save. MoneWIiile Enjoyfeg
the Finet Flavored lea
in the land when youbujr
C 16 oz.
Left to r'ght- Patterson, Norman. DrookB, Lycett and Thomas, the four leading Australians who huvo cmo
over to nlay In tho American tennis chamn onsh n matches to take place this month. 1'iioto snows tnem arm
I PAPEETE, Tahiti, Aug. 28.
Many Polynesian boys, returning as
IvelornnK of tho world wnr wear tho
I Croix do Ouerro and Home of tho
I French Military Medal. Thoy have
many frjund.i among tho American
Expeditionary troops. In tho Inst
greut battles thoy woro In tho Hols
eons sector beside tho United States
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