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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1919)
The Evening Herald
Youngest Commander of
WORRYING A BIT ABOUT THE BOTTOM
B. J. MUKRAT,
JAMES S. SHEEHY
Published dally except Sunday by
The Herald Publishing Company of ,
Klaninth Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
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ath Falls, Ore , for transmission thru
the malls us second-class matter. ,
Unification of Wwlnn KIimIiIo Sor-,
loe Is I'nihnled In World KU-
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Tinntsn.vY, auoust 28. ioiw.
Klamath County needs no urging
to get back of the proposition to
place Diamond Lake within the Cra
ter Lake National park. It Is one of
tho many priceless scenic treasurers
of the state. It rightfully belongs
within the park with its twin won-,
der Crater Lake. And it is going
to be there If the people of Klamath
County can Induce the government
to extend the national park boun
daries to include It. There is not
one real argument against it, and
there are scores tn favor of it.
Director of National Parks Mather
has promised that he will use his in
fluence In favor of constructing a
highway that will connect the two
lakes, and that means that the high
way will bo built, for Mather has u antjc
record cf accomplishing everything
he has ever started to do. And he'
says he has been convinced that thci
inclusion of Diamond Lake within!
the Crater Lake Park is a very de-j
slrable thing. !
Every resident of Klamath County
who Is interested in this change
should write to Congressman Sin
nott and urge him to get back of tbo
proposition. He is chiirman of the
public lands committee cf the house.
Lieutenant I'luniiiiiiider William J.
At the age of 23. Lieutenant Com
mander William J Hague has be
come the captain of U114 transport
Finland .formerly n Red Star liner.
Just docked in New York. Captain
Rague succeeded Captain C. U. Hill,
who died when the ship was one day
out of Urest. Captain Hague is the
youngest skipper who ever navigated
a 12,000-ton vessel across the At-
176 William Livingston was
elected Unt State governor of New-
179S James Wilson, signer of the
Declaration of Independence, died at
! Edenton, N. C. Horn In Scotland Sept.
He will be one of the most powerful! 14, 1742. '
factors in bringing about this 18S9 The American Association
change. With his support and that! for the advancement of Science met
of Mr. Mather, It will be a very easy' at Toronto.
matter to accomplish the task pro-i 1SS4 Forest fires In Michigan dc
Tided the people of this part of Ore-troed property to tbe value of oer.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 2S. Tho
network of lines supplying power In
the states of Oregon, California, Ne
vula. Arliorna and Mexico are Inter-1
connected Into an enormous system.
man times greater than ever before
accomplished by a similar attempt at '
unllicatton of service There are In- j
tor-connections In the Kastorn states'
where the horsepower and number'
of consumers affected are larger
than that represented by this under
taking, hut for extent of service and j
area cf territory svred, thero ls;
nothing In the world that rivals this
latest Western achievement
This wonder In electrical ihtvIco',,,,,. ,ri)ll.(,1(; , sitisfyluK Us
will bo accomplished by the building l.UM0m,.r(i
of about fixe miles of line connecting Klecti Icily widening the strides
liustlno, on the sstom of the San ()f m,try t)u, Purine Const, and
Joaquin Light and Power Corpora- HUtK,,H jHt compiled at Wnshlng-
tlon. with the clt of Newman, which , ,,. m,t ttnlt ,mly ,j,T ,,or
Is sered by the sstem of the Piulllc ,,,,, r ,,, 110,,n,(i of the Pulled
(Lis and Electric Company The San s,a0l u ,,, W(1 ,.,.,Mlllm, eeirlc
Joaquin Light and Power Corpora- ,,y , ,,, (lxU,llt , t, ,,r Cent of in
nun Is at present uxclunglng power ,,.,, ,, , ,, uy ,10 0,lu,r i:t , ,
with the Southern California Edison r,.n, of population In America
Company through Inter-connectlons
with the Mt Whitney system and tho
Kern River power house In the San SALIORS REALIZE
Joaquin. The Southern California
Edison company Is in turn connected
with the San Diego Consolidated (Jas !
and Electric Company, whose lines' WITH TUB PACIFIC FLEET Aug.
run into Mexico, and the Southern 2S Charles Howes, song-lender nt-
Slerrus Power Company. which Inched to the Pnclflc fleet, holds thnt
serves tho mining territory of Neva- no man can have a wicked thought
da and Vuun and adjacent territory while, ho Is singing.
In Arizona. That Is why, ho says, liu believes
The Pnclflc Gas and Electric Com- "' or 'ho vy ' having not
pany Is tied in with tho Sierra and '' l"" l'l moral results.
San Frunclsco Power Company, the Mr- "owes, " in "vul Parlance.
Ureal Western Power Company and """"iks n suluto" or as a controls-
the Western States In the San Fran- lned officer receives It alike from
dsco buy region of California, and "''Ice ani' enlisted men, ull of
In the northern nart of the suit.. w"" havo ll ton'ln' for tho VlngV
with the Northern California Powor lxv -nucl 'l0' flblc.
I BOIy, Those Are Dandy Shoes
VALUE OF SINGING
HL i ,S VsA. .
Company and the California-Oregon
hton show any disposition to want it
It 1 will cost ycu but two cents and a
little time to have Diamond Lake
opened to the world .and to you.
Isn't it worth it? If it Is .then get
1896 LI Hung Chang, the chin-'
eso statosni'n, w-js received by Pre-1
sident Cleveland. j
1905 Tbe Japanese and Russian
entoys at Portsmouth, N. H. reached '
an agreement on all points of the
treaty of peace. ,
1914 Five German warships sunk
by the British off Heligoland.
1915 Six Herman aeroplanes
1 tnadn an unsuccessful uttemnt to raid
Lord Finlay, former chancellor of par8,
England, is sche lulec to deliver t.e 19ig Roumanla attacked Austria'
mnual address tod.y before the Can-' ln the Carpathians, aiming to Invade I
uaian uar ocnuii.r. meeting at 1 Transylvania.
Today is St. Augustine's Day.
Officers of tho flout have co-opurn-
.tl-l. -, . t. ..1 t.w ..
Power Company, whole lines run IC" """uy-in ni ur w ".
Into Oregon as far as the city of ' t,nura' hnv" ,0',n', n ploan"rC
tilendnle ,n '"Prvnt 'nclr niuslcal knowledge
While 'the Iriter-connectlcn of the nd. Mr. Howes says, a real relaxation
various power compinles make them nK'
one company for operating condi
tions, there Is nothing savoring of 1
merger or consolidation In connec-,
tlon with the plan; It Is the result of
the experience found In the Inter
change of the existing resources held
by each company, as suggested byi
the war conservation board rp a war!
tlmu measure, and the plan worked
so successfully, that, being confront-'
ed with the present problems of'
power shortage, duo to tho succes-1
slon or dry yeirs, the companies saw I
Alleged rent profiteering In Bos
ton and other cities is to receive the
attention of the Massachusetts State
Commission on the Necessaries of
Life in a series of public hearings '
to begin today.
Sydney, Nova Scotia, Is to be the
scene of a celebration today in hon-l
or of the fifth anniversary of the de
parture of the 17th Field Battery, the
first unit from the Maritime Prov
inces to be accepted for war service.
One Year Ago Today
in the War
Came and I Mc Talk to You
Those who have never visited a
the advantage of continuing with, clairvoyant before aro especially In-
the arrangement and extending It asjvlicd. Why? Because I intelligently
much uh possible Each company Is, unravel their troubles. I see all, toll
maintaining Its own Identity, but cnn'ai, Bd never ask a solitary question,
draw power from the company hav- j8 a life reader In touch with the
ing a surplus, and pay for same, spirited sldo of things.
I tell every hopo, fear and nmbl-,
In short, I tell any
Your new school clothes will bo topped oft in fine
style if you wear American Boy Shoe.-. They're as
dressy as regular men's shoes, and durable for rough
and tumble play.
AMERICAN BOY SHOES
FOR SCHOOL FOR PLAY FOR HOLIDAY
Made from choice leather bv skilled workmen,
who know the kind of shoes a boy likes. Thousands
of boys are wearing these shoes. Maybe your churn
has a pair. He'll tell you they're wonderful for looks,
wear and comfort.
We have them in black and brown ; English last
or round toe.
Bradley Shoe Store
727 Main Street
British captured Combles ln Somme
Allies repelled Bolshevik forces In '
big battle north of Vladivostok.
Americans participated ln sharp
thrust In Juvigny region, above Sols
Metropolitan AmtiMmnt "
'tlon of your life.
1 thing you wish to know.
1 Located at 526 Main.
Announces their Fall Opening of Fall Millinery.
Ladies trimmed and tailored hats, consisting of
adaptations of French designs, now ready for your
Opening September First
519 Main Street
WednrMlii) & Saturday
Popular Jazz Orchestra
Featuring Special Music
With the Picture,
Ilex Strutton. Pianist.
Solpct Picture Present
"TDK I1KTTKR HALF"
A Ke stone Comedy
"The Nick of Time Baby"
AdiulMdoii 10 & ti!i rents
Itkinu itnnn tit 7 m
ifiiuin i'bii i f
Jesse I. Lanky Presents
Anil "The Hcreea Supplement."
Admission Matinee 10 & Iff rent
Kvenings 10 & 'M rents
TUESDAYS AND SATUIIDAVH
Tho Phonograph with tho
human throat. An Instru
ment to meet tho demands
of tho most discriminated
purchaser; a talking ma
chino whose superior tono
qualities will appeal to tho
ears of tho most critical. It
plays ovury disk record, Ed
ison, Victors, Columblas or
Patho. Wo ask you to hoar
this superb phonograph
Listen to your favorite
plifces. Prove to yourself
that the Manophone Is In a
class uxcluslvoly Its own
the one Ideal Instrument
that will lend Itself most
highly to your pleasure and
Frank M. Upp
Oil Main St.
Official 8. P. Watch
V jfv-y HI '.fr'Wv'Tr jIIlmi firtyift
J The HALLMARK Store,
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TH. 1 znrzr,!zzz -
Your razor is
no better than
its blade "
Tha strnntr. ken-cuttin(? COflVCX
edges of Gem Damascene Blades
removes the toufjhest stubble and
tendcrest growth with velvet-like
The life of each blade is remark
To know the luxury of velvet-like,
imooth $c!f-havinc,you mustihavevviin
Gem Damaskccnc Uladcs. They k
your face with tliat smooth, comloru
We sell a icf of seven Gem Dam"1
Bladei for 50 cents.
Our store Is shavcm' headquarters.
Baldwin Hardware Co.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY'
! The Herald tell you today, new today not to10 j