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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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IN THE NEWS OF THE DflV-
Vlicn tlie army sells food at cost)
Millions back soldier pay pica.
Nation wulches Iowa truck express.
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ALLIES IN III
ALASKAN TOURIST TRAVEL
HEAVIEST IN MANY YEAR8.
JUNEAU, Alaska, Sopt. 4. Never
before In tho history or Alaska tins
thu Biiinmor tourlHt rush (n tho north
land boen nn grunt ns it is thin year,
llumlrods of people from thu utaios
uvlclontly tiro obeying tho Injunction
.Denth onlyn mnttor or short time.
Don't wnlt until pains nnd acheS
KB,p.ans Sorvod Under Their Own to "See Amorloa First" d ro start-, COnquenTy- ffiS
KIk Ihirinjc Worjd War Hp1m1 iR on AlilHku. ( n "King
fit world's standard remedy for ItMiu.
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,, ad accept p SaUtetita
tlio British Artillery In February,
1015, Against Turku.
Jtoattllag Mr'tHga" Cob tbf Ur
ns ha developed toes Interest
Is and effective 'actios all over
Um' lead. taa' lata, bo wpl.
lam saow resatts.
(TaetUa ot walUng Ymarket
Baskets shows bow people ot Ak
res UaeeV.ap to buy at the sale of
Ktmr food which the (everaaeat
has teen dlstrtboUag at east la
cities all over the utloa.
Tbs big ptl ot bandies on the
step ot UM capital at Washington
la of the .lO0.4Ouptrtions for
six aoatba pay tor soldier, sail
era and aerifies. Home flhert
dao la'preseatlag lbs to Geo. A.
Sjiaern.v secretary at Ue sen
ate. "" -""
Tbe track toad of poultry show
bow the aatloa ta atteapUac U
prott by tbo example of lowa'a
motor express lines. Official
recceameBdatloa bas bee aada la
New York that all amy atari
tracks be turned to the PostoSsw
department and put to work car
rying perishable foods direct freW
tbe country to the city coassasr '
etlmlnatlna the profiteer's ..grab
AUSTRALIANS LEAVE SOON'.
LONDON, Sept." 4. The Austral
Ian high command is preparing to get
the last Australian .troops out ot Eng
land not later than the first week in
September. Many of tho soldiers
have married English girls.
Railways use almost halt ot the
world's output of steel every year.
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"Cuba now leads thu world in sug
ar production. Before the war the
British, Indian and Gorman sugar
crops ranked first and second respect
ively, the Cuban crop being only
third. In 1917 and 1918 Cnba pro
duced more sugar than the eatitnatcd
crops of these two countries comLln
ed and more than twice as largo a
her own average pre-war crop. It
will amount this year to nearly one
fourth of the world's productioa in
contrast to less than one-eJj;hth be
fore the war: British India and Ger
many, each of which before tho war
raised about one-seventh of the
world's crop, will raise this year one
seventh and one-twelfth respectively.
The Javan crop so far Increased In
importance sinco the outbreak of tho
war that the 1919 crop is estimated
at over one-tenth of the world's crop.
spect both to different localities and Too total world's crop ot 1919 is es-
to different periods of the year. Next tlniated at 18,312,000 tons, approxl
jear no excess of consumption is like- "lately a million tons loss than the
ly. Present prospects indicate that l918 cop, but over a half million
ths supply will be normal. tns more than tho average pre-war
"The United States consumes more . cro"
sugar than any other country, but
ranks only fifth in the world's pro-
NEW" YORK, Sept. 4. Thero Is no
national sugar shortage imminent in
the United States, and in no year
since the beginning of the war has
there -been a ocuntry-wide shortage,
it is declared by Commerce Monthly,
issued by the National Bank of Coin
merce in New York. 1 ho hank, con-1
"A study of tho facts of supply and
consumption shows that what region-,
al shortages did occur were due to
malajustment In distribution in re-
ductlon. Consequently we aro forced
to import three-fourths of our sugar
supply, which makes us an important
factor .In the international market.
"The United States consumed an
annual average of 3,797,000 tons of
sugar before the war, equal to over
one-fifth of the world's total produc
tion. Of this amount we produced on
ly 822,000 tons or 23 per cent.
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DRUGGIST SAYS LADIES ARE
USING RECIPE OF SAGE TEA
Hair that loses Us color and lustre,
or when It fades, turns gray, dull and
feloss, Is caused by a lack of sul-
inir In tho hair. Our grandmothers
niado up a mixture of Sago Tea and
Sulphur to keep her locks dark and
beautiful, nnd thousands ot women
and men who value that oven color,
that beautiful dark shade of hair
which Is so attractlvo, use only this
Nowadays wo get this famous mix
turo, Improved by tho addition of oth
er Ingredients by asking'' at any drug
store for n 50-cont bottle of "Wyeth's
Sago and Sulphur Compound," which
darkens the hair so naturally, so
ovenly, that nobody can possibly toll
It haB boon applied. You Just damp
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draw this through your hair, taking
ono sumll strand at a time. By morn
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what dollghts the ladles with Wyeth's
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WASHINGTON, Sopt. 4. Ronald
Lindsay, churgo d' attains of the
British Embassy, today mado public a
letter to' O rover C. Hall, Associate
Editor of The Montgomery Advertis
er, Montgomery, Ala., la reply to an
Inquiry by Mr. Hall aa to "how many
Egyptian soldiers fought undor thoi
British flag during tbe war and what
was tho number ot casualties' suffer
ed by themt"
The Inquiry, It ta Bald, was prompt
ed by the brief recently-presented by
Joseph W. Folk, former Governor of
Mssouri to the Foreign Relations
Committee ot tho Unltod States Sen
ate, in which Mr. Folic called atten
tion "to tho fact that 1,000,000 Egyp
tion troops fought on the sldo ot the
"The British GovHrnmont" wroto
Mr. Lindsay, who was in Egypt all
through the war, "has carefully
avoided destroying Egyptian sover
eignty. Egyptian soldiers always
servo under the Egyptian and not un-,
dor the British flag. The Union Pack
does not fly In Egypt except over the
British military establishments In tho
country, elsewhere the distinctive'
Egyptian flag is displayod. To answor
your question literally, no Egyptian
soldier Joinod tho British colors.
"Of course this la only a partial'
statement In February 191G, when
the Turkish army attacked Egypt. A
battery of Egyptian Artillery Joined
the British force dofendlng tho line
ot the Suez Canal. The enemy's at
tack developed Just. opposite this bat
tery, the members of which managed
their guns In an able mannor and as
sisted in tho repulse ot the enemy. I
believe thoy lost two killed and halt
a dozen wounded.
"No other Egyptian armod forcoa
were in action during tho rocont war,
but later on, three or four Egyptian
' battalions guarded linos ot communi
cation in Sinai while General Allcnby
was conducting his campaign In Sy
ria; and an Egyptian detachment was
at ono timo in tho Hadjaz. Nolther
of these forces was ever under fire.
All Alaska seaports roport thoro
aro scores ot pooplo hero, who, on no
count of tho rush of oxcursionlsttt,
aro unable to get accomodations on
atoamoni back to tho iitntes. Steam
ship companies find themselves un
nblo to handle both tho tourist traf
fic and tho regular-summor business.
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