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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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ElEhty-flvo per cent of lamo people
are affectod on the left side.
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CHICAGO, 111., Sept. 12. "Girls
will bo psychologically affected, by
moving pictures," says Lorado Tnfjt,
the sculptor. "Tbey soo beautiful!
women on tho screen; then they .go
homo end practice for hours before
the mirror. The outcome? Graceful
walking, pleasant faces, fine com
plexions and Tlvacity. Still, the noy
denish and caper-cutting movlo act
resses are a bad influence"
In the opinion of Miss Indiana Gy
berson, an. Irish painter who has stu
died in Paris and Madrid, thc,movlf
hate made American women .mr.re
"Ah, the rising generation of )lil
caco girls," she cxiWlmed, "O06 K-i
a, far, far larger numli;"ot, chnir.ii'1':
women, hero now. Let them talk of
cabaret dancing and rich pastry ruin
ing the attractiveness. It Is the mov
ies that are molding everfresh types
of native beauty now American
Yet sho conceded that tho screen
plays wield an lnfluonco that, will
work olther good or evil.
"Romember tho recont avalanche
of 'vamps' in Chicago ?'' sho went, on,
"Girls who silnicor-fllpuchetl, when
they walked, rolled, their eyps nllur
lngly and tried to look naughty?
Thoy wero oopylng-tho movie queen
of the moment. Now wo'ro getting
tho athlotlc, vlgorona, smiling girl In
tho films. It In good. Ah DoMaupas
Bant said: 'All women aro Imitative
as monkeys', Tho speedy action of, tho
films has made girls vivacious."
A prominent designer and impor
ter of women's gowns declarod tho
films have, had an Important effect
on tho demand for certain styles, par
ticularly gownB of simple, classic
linos and "intriguing fabrics,", and
a druggist repor'ta the sale of cos
metics has increased,.- percent, since
the m'ovloB bccam'epopular.
TREATY SIGNING IN, AIR,
PARIS, Sept. It. The, Serbian. der
legation advised the Peace, Confer-
ence today that due to, the fall, of. tho
government n Belgrade it, w.asjun.able.
to obtain instructions concerning, th,o
signing of tho Austrian Treaty. Tljey
further advised that they must await
Instruction until the new cabinet is
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This picture was. shown for B.solid weeks in L03 Angeles, 3
fi weeks in San Francisco and ,2 weeks in Seattle.
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SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS SHUW
FAatinees, 10 and 25c; Evenings, 15 and 35c.
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THE PEOPLE'S MARKET
& Phone Eight-Three
From Producer to Consumer
One of the chief causes for the high prices of meat today is
the demand of the public for only certain cuta, particularly steaks
. and chops. Other cuts, such as stew meats, boiling meats, corn
beef, equally nutritious, and in some cases mpre so, are almost
a drag on the market.
A VEAL stew, at 14c or lamb and beef stewed' with, vege
tables, corn beef, etc., costs you just, about half the price1 of a
T-Bone steak, and is at least as nutritious.
Let us helpyou cut down your living expenses.
We always have on hand a supply of fresh, juicy beef; veal
j Kindly phone your orders early 83.
C. J. POIjEEN had
BRITISH AIR FORCE
TO STUDY WEATHER
'I have more faith In Tanlae than
any medicine I have ever seen, and
I'll toll you why I say this," said C.
J. Foleen, a well known mechanic
who In employed by the Southern
Pacific Railway Co., and who llvc-i
at 601 EaBt 20th St., Portland, Ore.,
while talking to a Tanlae representa
tive the other day.
"I suffered from stomach trouble
for three years or more," continued
Mr. Foleen, "and when I commencod
taking Tanlae, I wus so weak and
run down that I was not able to do
any work at nil. At ono llmo I was In
tho hospital for seven weeks, and at-1
ter the very best of treatment there,
I was told that nothing but an opera
tion would do me any good and that
I would have to submit' to it If I ev
er expected to be well ngnln. I re
fused to undergo the operation, und
was told then that they could do
nothing more for me, so I pulled upi
and went home. Well, nfter I got
home I began to dipt mypelf, think
ing that might help me, but I soon
found that even milk and mush, and
a soft cooked egg would cause gas Jo
form on my stomach, and I
LONDON, Sept. 12. Meteorologi
cal work of tho Hrltlsh Empire Is to
bo taken over by the Royal Air Force.
Hitherto the study of the wonthor him
been the work of a number of differ
ent departments, but tho Increasing
Importance of aviation and tho essen
tial part which moteorologlcal know
ledge must play In Its progress, hns
brought about tho change.
Tho Air Force has It own depart
ment already, and tho others will bn
linked up with It. It evontually will
form a branch of tho International
service which will study wind nnd
weather all over the world.
THREAD (X)ST IB CENTS.
LONDON. Sept. 12. A spool of
thread now routs 15 cents In Kngland
owing to profiteering. The price is
said to bo hlghur than during the
"cotton fumluo of tho 60 V
No snake, frog, toad or lizard has
ever been seen In Newfoundland.
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SAYS INDIGESTIOX IlESUITS
FROM AN EXCESS OF HY- I
have the worst cramping spells you
have over heard of. I Just kopt on
suffering and getting weaker all tho
tlmerftntll I was Jutt about all In.
Undigested food delayed In tho
, stomach decays, or rather, ferments
, tho same as food left In the open air,
would says a noted authority. Ho also tells
Do vour shoes Bound
llko a cracked violin?
Bergmann Shoo Oil
is as essential to your
shoes ns oil to an engine.
It prevents squeaking and
makes the leather spit,
pliable and waterproof.
Will not prevent shining.
Makes shoes wear longer.
Thso. Esrgmann Shoo
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tis that Indigostlon is caused by Hy-per-acldlty,
meaning, thero la an ox
cess of hydrochloric tjcld In the stom
ach which prevents complete dlgcs-
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"Then I heard about Tanlae, and ( tlon and btarts food fermentation,
tho great things It was doing for so Thus everything eaten sours In the
many other people, and I bought a stomach much llko garbago sours-In;
bottle and commenced taking it. Woll a can, forming acrid fluids and gaBC3
sir, I figured that Tanlae would give I which Inflate the stomach llko a toy
me some relief, but I hod no idea that I balloon. Then wo feel a heavy, '
Lift off Corns!
Doesn't hurt-a bit and Freezone
costs only a few cents.
It was going to make such a clean
sweep of my troubles, and put me In
the fine condition I am now in. Why,
I have gained twenty-nine pounds,
and in a short .rime I was free from
pain and distress a any man on
earth. My stomach troubles all disap
peared, and my appetite came back
In full force, und 'up to this day, I
can hardly get enough to eat. Every
thing I eat agrees with me, too, and
when night comes on I enn go to bed
lumpy miser)" In tho chest, wo bojch
up gas, wo eructate sour food or have
heartburn, flatulence, water-brash or
He tells us to lay aside all diges
tive aids and Instead, get from any
pharmacy four ounces pf Jad Salts
and take a tablespponful In a glass
of water beforo breakfast and drink
while it is effervescing and further
more, to continue this for a weok.
While relief follows tlfo first dose, it
and sleep llko a rock right thru un-' Is important to neutralize the acidity,
til daylight. Now .that was just a remove tho gas-ranking mass, start
year ago when Tanlae pulled me out tho liver, stimulate the kldnoys and
of all t'mt trouble, and I havn't lot thus promote a free flow of pure dl
a day from my work since, and mygestlvo Juices
health has been flno over slnco." I Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and Is
Tanlae is sold in Klamath Falls bv i aiado from tho acid of grapes andi
tho Star Drug Co., and In Lorella by lemon Juice, combined with llthla
the James Merc,, Co, Adv. . 'and sodium phosphate. This harmless
traits is used by thousands of people
Greatest producers known, Her- for stomach trouble with excellent
. .i.. ,,! vni can iiu"
any hard corn, soft corn, or cow
rween tho toes, and tho hard Kin .
. I lures ft OH1
iinttom of feet.
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a tiny bottio oi '-'"" ,.Bff
lIttl-3 at any drug store; aw '
atuim upon tho corn of ca"" tly
stiuilly it stops hurtlns. W '' ,.
you lift, that bothersoino coin o
a nnfl fill. "'
in- ru:u orr. rout '
puo Mt of pain or soron-"-
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