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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. . KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
' IN SHOE SUPPLY I
LONDON, Auk, 28. Tho Anierl- ;
kmr asix-jhooter vmSI
msjt goes with the 7:-', a
B JOB IN TMI ,;1
AS THE CDITOR Or
CLEAN U TMl TOUCHtlT
TOWN ON CANTM AMO WIN
GIRL'S LOVC IN
A CUKU ALMtt UlTIM tTtMY
A WILUAW TO POOUCTIO
j NOW SHOWING j
LONDON, Auk, 2S. Tho Ameri
can Chamber ot Commerce In Lon
don Is pressing tho itrltlsh lloairi of
Tnulo for an Increaao In tho i at Ion I
'of shoes from the United States.
! which now remnlns limited to 25
I per cent of the 1913 Imports,
i Tho Individual Importers haw lei-,
egraphed V. II. McKlwaino, presl ,
dent of the National Assoclatlcn of,
, Hoot and Shoe Manufacturers at Itos.,
ton. urging that action ho taken at'
Washington to obtain the removal of I
restrictions In Kngl.iuri. which were
operating against American shoo,
manufacturers. The American I
Chamber In London has supported l
their stand j
It has been pointed cut to the
Hoard of Trade that while boot and
shoe concessions remain limited to
25 per cent of 1913 Import, pracllc-i
ally all the other major trades are,
enjoying at least a BO per cent con
cession. Furthermore, It Is assert
ed, the Itrltlsh manufacturer Is un
able to supply the domestic trailu
with anything like the quantity of
snoes in uomanu. necauso oi tins
scarcity the consumer Is being forced
' to pay a high price, which would be
, materially decreased by allowing In
Ever Find a $5.00 Bill?
1HKS FOLLOW! (i l.VKI.UK.VA
SENDS PEACE DELEGATION-.
PRBTOTIA. Africa. Aug. 2S.
General LcuU Hot ha. 'premier and
minister of agriculture of the Union
of South Africa, died today follow
ing a case of tutluenza.
COPENHAGEN. Aug. 2S. Lenine
sent a delegation to Kishinev to ne
gotiate peace with the Roumanians,
according to a Budapest dispatch.
tonight at the
Merchants Lunch at 11a. m. to 3 p.
m. Crater Cafe. 7th St. 2C-Gt
Giant Searchlight Which Will Guide Pathfinding Air
plane Squadron to Landings
No? Neither have we. Hut we do know of an op
portunity that amounts to the same thine;, and that
is right here at the K. K. K. Store right now.
Any man who knows the condition of the clothing
market today will tell you that prices will be 15 per
tent to 25 per cent higher next Fall. That is why we
say that buying a suit now is just like finding a $5 or
even a if 10 bill.
Thrifty men and young men will readily see the ad
vantage of buying clothes RIGHT NOW for imme
diate as well as for future wear
Stylish Kuppenheimer Suits
at $35, $40, $45, $50
These high-quality suits represent the finest clothing
values in America Many new styles and patterns to
select from here smart, semi-conservative and con
servative, single and double-breasted models in a
pleasing variety of value-giving fabrics and rich
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A. C. NEWILL ACCEPTS
POSITION TO SELECT
' PORTLAND, Aug 2S -Mr A C
p Nuwell, presldont of tho Oregon Civic
League and member of tho Portland
rhool board today accepted n posi
tion as member of tho Oregon Com-
. mittce of Selection for tho UIioiIch
Scholarships. Mr. Nowlll Is hluiKulf a
1 graduate oi Oxford University and
will be of great assistance to tin
cumltteo In making tho best selection
for Oregon's two representatives who
.ire to ln chosen this fall. Other
members of the comlttco nro Presi
dent P L. Campbell of the Unlvor- as " " "'" principal factor In tho
IViIit.iI Trade f " 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 a a MmUi-s
I'lllillr Special lli-poit Siiliiiiltlril
to I'nlilrnl WIImiii ItefilmT.
nlor Ciii-h Most Impnitaiil.
WASHINOTON, August 2S. As
cribing to private car lines n position
sity of Oregon and Profe.sor J. II.
Harrison of tho University of Wash
ington, a former Rhodes xcholnr.
The war caused a break In tho ii
pointment of Rhodes Scholars. Al-
orator car oiiilppoi! for tho traimpor-' trol of the nn-ai ml lry On IVfe
' tatlon of dresHinl meat r.ircasscii, and ' b'r 31. 1!U7. iIi.viikdoI 15.111
tho ventilator refrlgnrntur ar mill brlno lank cut. 1 1 iptn) to Iht il
uble for packing house products and ' nieiit of tri'nb i . u.i .ircaiienu,
for egetnhles and fruits. Tint threii wMrh In oer " i r -nt of ISe U
prlurlpal cluimeit of owners r.rn tho al oiiulpnumt nf iin typ cl m
packerH, tho rallroadH, ami jirlvatn Their owiituhip i.nitl recently. o(
car roiupnnlcH Ic.ImIiii: their equip. ncnuuKiry diriliii . h ai Idnit ft
meiit to Hlilpporx nml rnllroaiLi, tlonn mid plitf.'n lurattd tint-
"The refrlgerntor car imulo prac- HiRWMiBly In trunk
tlcdblo n mom extensive ami ocono- mrenglheiiiil u, r
inlcal use of food iiroiluclH. Uor frultn Industry.
and M'C'laliliv It Micorageil tho do-velopiii'-nt
of production In regions
experliilly fitted therefor by hoII, cll
tuutu and neaiiou of growth. In tho
merit Inituiitry It rai:lllla,teit tho con
centration of (daughter hy innhlng
prnrllcnlilri I he lor.g-dlHtatiro uhlp-
nient of freiih niMit. In place of the f'ombl mlxnu n
xhliiiiiinit of llvti rattle to tlm lrirnll. all tlflr dUnt.i il
ties of consumption. It has also tend
ed to tho curtailment of tho local
Hlaugliter of meat animals
nlrol our tit
' i . of traffic oi
M .tiabled then D
i i inr Koristrlf It
i .iiiitlv In eipeJR-
I. r parker an, U
w tilth ItitlMi
even maio urii.t " rclaiNio"
packing Indiistrv I allowanrcs paH
to Home of the hip packer tr""1"1
"In turn. H
I ho five pit' krrs
secure from 1 1--over
the dhnpo ot dlr.
vantages are in'.'
od nervlco to t!"
Sergeant John Y Morso has Just a giant searchlight which will guide
started on au eight-months' nky-ta.1 the planes landings. The light, of a
trip. He left New York for San Fran- new "dlspan" model has approximate-
Cisco with twenty-ono other planes on ly 3,000,000 candle power and is eap-
a path-finding Journey. Tho machines able of throwing Its shafts 110 miles,
will stop at 171 cities to show young It can pick up an aviator three miles '
and old Just what Uncle Sam Is doing In tho air. No attempts to break Bpeed
and incidentally to interest the youth records will ho made and the search-
of tho country in the United States light, mounted on Its run wheels, will
Air hervlce. This photograph shows piecede tho flying squadron.
concentration of control of tho Am
erican meat industry, and showing
that tho big flvo Chicago packers own
nio,o 'han 'JO per cent of tlm equip
ment iiultnblo for shipment of fresh
ready, howover, new plans aro under '"'"f "' carcaKS meats, tho Perioral
way for reorganizing tho vast system Trailu Commission today made public of distribution by tho flvo big pack
whereby American young men nro n special "Prlvato Car Lino Report" ers thru their branch houses mid peri
glvon opportunity to attend Oxford '" t,,( 1'rosldent, It recommends ns n rilnr car routes Is built around tho
University, England, for three years r,,''l' "int nil cars used for tho prlnclplo of refrigeration and has
with an allowance of $1500 per year, transportation ot meat animals nml grown up, historically, from their
-i.wi ii.tiu mi.i.ivn nnn nf Mm finnut "" rofrlgorator cars nml equlpomnt rontrol of rofrlgirntor car lines In
educntlons In tho Kncllsh-sneal'lnir " 'Puruted on equal terms' to all conjunction with tho various pools packers
M-nrlit Twn nf thoun scholars urn to ' HlllppurH.
bo chosen from Oregon thlg year. Ono
I- . r-t...A In T......nn. IflOA
in III fil IIJ UAIUI'I 111 uuimi.i j....' . .... ' i " i.lfi
MorrlmntH Mmrh nt u Vt
L - tt
'Tho iiresent cdTuitry-wldo system " "l0 I'ii fiTiii.ui "t lmu"'
t ifi Mtimtfi til inn i rn ij '"-
ai rangements and ! .im of tockyardi
hy llio railroads io some of Ike W
packers; and by H.. alo to then
roads of hiinipliig lostsroanufacWM
i.v .. uMlMlillnri of one f the Hlg l"
; i :
That Promised Piano
If the man of the house has said "we'll get a piano
one of these days," Just bring him down to our store and i
let us show him how easy It Is to make good
Music teachers are now adding many now pupils, and
when Is there a more appropriate time to start the stuily
of music than with the beginning of school.
Wo havo pianos in stock from $l,12fi.00 to as low as
you can safely go, and twenty-fivu to choose from
Earl Shepherd Co.
': At)rccnt- Next week
; Next door Postolllce ."507 Main Hi,
nnd tho other in October 1920. No
examinations need to bo taken to qua
lify as a candidate though a canril-j
date must havo finished his second
year at a iccognfzed collego or uni
versity. Any collego man between
tho ages of 10 and 25 may becomo a
At Oxford a Rhodes Scholar la frco
to pursue any course of study that In-,
terests him. Thoro aro thorough
courses leading to all professions, i
Furthermore thoro uro opportunities
for travel and for study of social con-1
dltlons'In Kngland and all countrlos
There aro Indications already of a
lively competition In Oregon. Any
Iporson Intorcsted should wrlto for.
further Information to Mr. C. H.
Gray, Reed Collego, who Is acting as
hecrotary for tho Committee of Selection.
and combinations maintained almast
"Tho most Important typos of pri- continuously for morn (ban .in years.
! vate cars considered," says tho Com- "Extensive ownership of brlno tank
j mission's lettor of transmittal to tho refrigerator cars by tho flvo big pack-'
President, "nro tho brlno tank refrlg- ers Is a principal factor In their con-
Henr Iiramwell tonight t '
('ruler Cafe, tli St
Special for One Week Onlyj
VXH TO I.KAVK SATURDAY.
A toiylng car belonging to tho
Palace Limousino Company of Baft
Francisco, loft San Francisco this
morning und will arrlvo In Klamath
Falta Friday night. Passengers who
would Hko to loavo for flan Francisco
Saturday morning In tho car can do
so hy gettlnjfcjn touch with tho White
Hear nfamwoll tonight at the
court house, ,
ONE OF THE BEST GRADES
ONE POUND, 48c
TEN-POUND LOTS, 45c POUND
Coffee is still advancing, and hard to get
Grand Union Tea and Coffee Store j
BEN P. LEWIS (The Coffee Man)