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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WITH TUB AMERICAN FORCES
IN OEKMANV, Sept. C An account
of Germany's now "navy" Is given
in Mlttschiets, a Gorman navat peri
odical, a recent Issuo of wVIch has
reached American headquarters, des
cribes the Iron torpedo boat and Haft
flotillas both of which havo been or
ganized sine tho armistice.
The "iron flotilla" constats of
twolvb torpedo' dWb, which have
been engaged- In maintaining order
on the western" coast of Germany,
Bays tho paper. Some of tho vessels
have been used, on several occasions
for policing tho ort of Hamburg,
such as guarding Allied 'food ship
ments to tho Ceecho-Slovaks and si
milar work.-dttring periods of disord
er. The flotltU has its .headquarters
at Wilhelnwhaven. A landing corps
of about 360 me Is distributed
among the twelvo boats, each of
which has' a platoon of thirty com-
manded by a naval lieutenant. The
clothing and arms of members of this
landing corps are the same as iu the
' Machine Guns On Boats.
Tho Haff flotilla is supposed to be
doing similar duty on the Baltic
coast near the Russian boundary
with headquarters In Koenipjborg
The-flotilla has been handicapped re
cently by dejay in obtaining equip
ment needed" to put the vessels in
commission. The boats are armed
with machine guns and in some cases
with 3.7 centimetre guns as well.
The flotilla was organized for opera
tion in connection with the East
Prussian Freiwiltlge corps and was,
until a few weeks ago, subject to the
commander of the northern army.
These two flotillas excepting a
few vessels which are either out of
commission or of little or no use
constitute virtually all that is left
in active service of the German navy.
PORTIAND, Sept. 4. In tho nf
ternoon testimony that was recolvod
In tho rigid Spruce investigation that
the congressional committee is car
rying on, Brigadlor-Gonoral Disquo
assumed all responsibility for con
struction of tho 14,000,000 railroad,
in Clallan County, Washington.
Ha declared ho first tried to pre
vail on the Chicago-Milwaukoe and
St. Paul Railroad, of which John D.
Ryan la tho director, to build it. He
then arranged for tho government to
build tho road over Milwaukee Lake,
for 10 per cent less than cost. Ryan,
head of tho aircraft board, did not
participate in tho negotiations, ac
cording to Disquo.
OPKN8 NEW OFFICES.
Dr. A. B. Craver, who for a number-of
years prior to his Joining the
army during the late war, practiced
medicine at Yamhill, Oregon, has de
cided to locate In this city and haB
opened offices in tho Crisler-Stllts
building over Underwood's.
SMALL BLAZE AT SHTPPINGTOIf.
An over-heated stove in the hotel
at Shipplngton caused a few dollars
damage last nlnht about 7:40 p. m.
The local department answered the
call but the flro was extinguished be
fore they reached the scene.
No doubt orie effect prohibition
will have in the state is that fewer
guides in the Adlrondacks will look
like deer. Rochester Post-Express,
Greatest producers known,
aid Want Ads.
BENDER TO JOIN REDS
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Prices are going up. Better buy
now. We shall bo pleased to show
you tho follewing:
Three room house and big lot nice
ly located in best part of Mills Addi
ction at $1200 on easy terms. Big lot,
. lawn anu gnrucn. i
Hew and modern five room bunga
low and good level lot at $2500. Will
, soon be on pavement.
Modern five room bungalow with
,blg lot, lawn, screened porch, nicely
located, near pavement. Price $2800
. on easy terms.
I Modern five room bungalow with
full basement, extra room in attic,
good plumbing and cabinet work, 2
blocks from Main St. Will bo on pave
ment. Bargain at' $3000 on easy
Five room house and big lot only
three blocks from Main St. near fac
tories at $2000 on easy terms.
Good five room home on Ninth St.
on corner lot, with shado trees, lawn,
and modern conveniences, nicely lo
cated, at $3300. Terms.
Fire, life and accident insurance
"in STANDARD companies. Chilcote &
'Smith. 633 Main St. Phono 00. 5-2t
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SCHOOL OPENING SPECIAL.
4 . Manager Pat Koran of tha
CIncv Reds ta alt riet for Mltr
pitching if oae of-his stars crack
In the stretch. Old Chief Bender
will Join the Red on September
e, , Bender pitched S3 games mad
lt , won., S( ot them while managiBg
t the Rlchmopd, Va,, team this sea-
i. ' r"B Iudfaa pitcher akow-
. , 7 ,jr ? u tt ' t " world aerias
One pair souvenir chop sticks free
with each bowl Chinese noodles. Crat
er Cafe, 7th St. ' 5-5t
Every Catholic church in New
1 York city was under a special police
guard recently because of a report
Ithat the Bolshevik intended to bomb
Exclusive agency for Boys' Duu-
belbilt Clothes has been placed with
K. K. K. Store. 4-3t
What! Another Year?
Will your children get a chanco at
Music at the beginning ot the school
i term, or will the old habit of pro
crastination cause you to "put it off, 1
Our fine large stock ot pianos are
i, fairly priced, and terms are such
that in duty to the children you
should investigate Shepherd's Pianos
EARL SHEPHERD CO. '
Standard Pianos, Records Phono- r.
gralis. Phone us Piano
Next door Postofllco. New Store soon
H. N. MOE, Proprietor
Superior Values k
New Apparel Arrivals for Fall
... . . it ., Vin lrtftb- fr no fni frio Wflnvnhlna tlinf
ou"prices & no marked incase over those of last year. Make your selection at the earliest possible
opportunity if you would have greatest variety from which to choose.
INDIVIDUALITY IN. COATS
When these Coats were selected we insisted first that they
were correct both in Style and in Quality then giving especial
consideration to variety, they were chosen in but one model of a
kind. Individuality, we know, is one of the first demands of the
discriminating woman, and the dominating characteristic of all
garments purchased here.
COATS OF WOOL
A wonderful variety of rich fabrics
are employed, including Velours, Slt
vertones, Broadcloths and fine Novelty
Material. With collars of Fur, Plush
or self material in shawl and choker
style. Linings in most cases are ot
rich fancy silk. Prices are as low at
COATS OF PLUSH
of Silk Vovot, SaltH Boring 8oal, Bea
ver Cloth and Caracul materials so
rich thoy can hardly bo distinguished
from fur. Rich furs are lavishly used
for trimmings. Loose back models;
coats with narrow bolts; now somiDol
man models and tho new and popular
Sports model. $80.00 up to $8.1.00.
STUNNING NEW FALL SUITS
Our selections offer a most satisfying variety of correct
modes for every occasion upon which a tailored suit may be worn.
Longer coats, shorter skirts, rippled effects, narrow shoulders,
tighter fitting sleeves With wide cuffs, and many new trimming
effects. Of fine Tricotine, Velours and Serges ,in the autumn fav
ored shades. Considering quality, prices are very low indeed.
EXCLUSIVENESS IN THE DRESSES
Essentially smart and up-to-the-minute in eveiy detail are
the salient characteristics found in the Fall Dresses now on dis
play here. Serges and Tricotine, the materials par excellence for
smart, practical wear, are here in a variety of interesting models,
and prices are most tempting $18.50 up to $50.00.
New Plushes tor Stoles
Women who themselves desire
the making of the popular stole
will welcome tho news of tho ar
rival of many rich fabrics espe
cially designed for this purpose.
Included are Saltex Fur, heavy
pile Plushes, Beaver Cloth and
Caracul Cloth In brown and black.
Imitation furs in gray and brown.
Priced $0.30 up to $18.00 yard.
In widths ample for length ot
stole. v ,
Fine New Serges
In navy, plum, dark green, brown
and-gray, .42 and 54 Inches widev
The materials . are remarkably
fine In texture and are exception
ally low In price at $2.50 to $4.30.
UNDERWEAR FOR COLD WEATHER
There is no mistaking tho demands for comfort
warmer underwear is now necessary. And for warmth,
llttlng qualities nnd flno mothod of making, we suggest
Fcrcst Mills Garments In
Women's, Misses' and Boys' Union Suits
and Separate Garments
O'f fine wools, silk nnd wool, sllkateen nnd wool and lino
cotton. All tho desired shapes and sizes may bo ob
tained in the abovo Union Suits meeting tho require
ments of discriminating women who demand lit nnd un
usual service. '
BROKEN LINES SPECIALLY PRICED
Small quantities of Union Suits carried ovor from
last year 8(111, remain in stock. Thoy offer special in
ducement to economically Inclined women, Inasmuch as
the price tags bear the markings of a year ugo and which
are considerably less than Identical garments aro worth
on today's retail market. Of wool; silk and wool and lino
cottons and mixtures. SIzlng3 in each group aro broken,
' but all sizes are represented In the lof.
Insure the Result of Your
"Quality will toll" and when
you use Mlnorva Yarns ou may
rest assured ot a perfect remit.
aro supremo In loftiness, fast In
color nndvory strong. Tliey aro
wound on a ball that uncoils with
tho oast of sllkcr. thread. Let us
domonstrato tholr worth nnd show
you' tho many now, charming
styles In garments and other nr
tlcl8, fully Illustrated In the
Minerva Knitting Rook 3c
Many Opportunities to Save Are Offered on ,
BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS
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With manufacturing costs on 'the steady incline, the retail
prices of yesterday represent savings, over those of today. Pur
chases made almost a year ago enable us to give these Blankets
and Comforters prices that are unusually low.
Outing Flannel Gowns at $1.00
This garment, nicely finished, of good grade
outing flannol, represents a valuo that Is J"usual
Tho uncut material alone would bo worth more
than this low price. In pink and blue striped ei
fects. All sizes.
"WEARWELL" COTTON. BLANKETS, SPECIAL $4.00 Quting Flannel Pajamas, Special $2.50
. .. fi S ,.. ...ni MuAn jtavafnllv unrAnH Tn prnv anH tun. with
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borders of blue or pink. Size 70x84. Another special value is the 64x76 size at $3.00.
Wool Finish Blankets $6.50 Wool Mixed Blankets $10.00
An unusually fine blanket entirely
free of shoddy, woo) finished. In pink,
lavender, yellow and light blue plaids.
Sizes 66x80 and 70x80 inches.
Thin hifinlmt em today's market Is
worth considerably more. Extra fine
quality wool and cotton mixed. In
pink, blue and yellow pjalds.
FINE COTTON-FILLED COMFORTERS, SPECIAL $5.00
The filling Is carefully carded and shredded cotton tho coverJngsllkolino in
dainty floral patterns of pink, blue and green. Size 72x84 inches. Another splondid
value is represented in same size, sllkollno covered comforter at $4.00.
Of good grade white outing flannel In the pop
ular one-pleco style, with gathored waist line.
Frog and button fastening. A very special value
Dr. Denton's Sleeping Garments for
Made ot lino cotton, with Just tho right amount
ot wool to insuro a full pleasure of warmth ana ine
desired woaring qualities. Attached foot cover
ings draw-string wrists and drop sent. Iu sizes v
up to 14. Priced at $1.00 up to $2.00.
LAST SURVIVOR OF
TREATY SIGNING OF
1864 GETS PENSION
Chief Lalo, who was recently grant
ed; a pension by tho government, is
the last remaining survivor who sign
ed the treaty of 1864 w'hlqh ended
the Modoc War, according to Cap
tain O. C. Applegate.- Chief Lalo is
9 S 'years of age.
Oniy 18 members ot Captain Apple-
gate's old company of 69 men, that
fought in tho Modoc War, aro living
at present. But seven ot tho 27 In
dian Scouts are living. Ten of the
original scouts were Modoc Indians,
Chief Lalo, Reuben Kqnoki, Jln
Copperfleld, and Modoc Charley will
receive a ponslon of $20 a month
from tho government. They will re
ceive this amount from March 1911,
in that they were 62 years of ago at
the time of tho passing ot the act in
Trouble was eperienced for a time
in securing the pensions in that the
Indians entitled to them were known
by different names than they former
ly had. Jim Copperfleld enlisted In
the Modoc as Little Jim. Reuben
Konokl Is known on the reservation
at present as Ruho Walker. Modoc
Charley is known by his copper-huod'
friends as Charley Faithful.
SECRETARY W. O. REDFIELD
WASHINGTON, Sept. 5. It was
officially announced here today that
William C. Redfield, Secretary of
Commerce, had tendered his resigna
tion to President Wilson, and that it
was accepted by tho President. It is
understood thnt Redfleld's resigna
tion will take effect on November
Exclusive agency for Hoys' l)ul
bclbllt Clothes lias been placed with
K. K. K. Store. 4-3t
If it's worth Iiavlng, it's worjtli In
suring. Get a Standard policy from
Chilcote & SmlUi, 083 Main St. 5-tf
Cd with modern liuiiuingi r
tlom for garage, uwmw--
room, grocery, meat ""St-.ra
in u iuui A. .i u v terms, it m
1UV. . .- rfnrt 1
New and modern ?". t i
building bringing $2&,lA
price tlwt will mako yu "J? pol
at tuo nun oi uio
Into money. nu-llth
A big lot on w -7 ., 1
$100 a foot on caafttenns.
unif iMJiww - -rr '-a Kill
at $10,700 on very ..- ot
Good corner lot on ""JLMtfcl
Main at $3000. Fine for PJ
Also u lBOXiuu n. "tLe oaf
at .. ainniM). It's near W
of the city and flno tor
iiDartmeivts. Chilcote & B"V9
lAiuln. mono uu.
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