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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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WITH TUB AMERICAN FORCES
IN GERMANY, Sopt. 12. The
Wuerttemburg govornnrent rocontly
reorganized nil' tho so-called reaorvo
stchcrhelts companies as liomo
guards and thV) war ministry has
turned them over to the minister of
tho interior. According to informa-'aont from shop to shop in Gormnny
deceived and rosorvo tho right to
take such furthor stops ns may bo
UUUUll'U U1IUI1. I
Hitter reeling ty tno population
against tho now Gorman army con
tinues in various parts of Germany,
troublo having been roported from
tlnio to time In towns and villages
whero troops woro to bo garrisoned.
In most Instances tho civilians ob
ject to tho prcsonco of soldiers on
the ground that they cat too much
An armored locomotive, which Is
part of tho equipment of somo
Relchwohr or new army units, was
tion in tho hands of tho American
nrmy ofllcors, this Is in accordance
with Nosko's plan to demilitarize all
ho lii o guard units so that the allies
will not dissolve these units under
the terms of tho'peaco treaty.
Early this year many slcherhelts
companies wero organized in Wuert
temburg from remnants of old army
units and have 'since' been trans
ferred Into the relchwohr or now
army. Later many reserve compa
nies wero organized elsewhere In
Germany -but on the same .principle
as the home guards or elnwohner-
German soldiers who recently pro
tested from Mltau on the eastern
front against failure of the Lettish
government to provide them land
for settlement, - In accordance with
vague promises of such land to all
German soldiers who would help to
to repel the Bolshevik!, has is
sued another statement declaring
that they hare- been "shamefully
because tho workmen refused to re
pair it ,as they claimed it was a tool
of "Nosko's bloodhounds." Men In
the railroad shops nt Goettlngon and
Cassel refused to work on tho loco
motive as woll as employees In prl-'
vate machine shops in several parts
of the country. Tho last tho Ameri
cans heard of tho armored engine
it was on a sidewalk in CasseJ whilo
officers continued their search for
workmen to make tho necessary re
BOLSHEVIKI CAPTURE MANY
LONDON, Sept. 12. Tho remain
der of the Kolchack army near Ak
tlublnsk, Orik, has surrendered to
the Bolshevik!, according to a Bol
shevik idispatch received here. This
makes a total of 45,000 prisoners
that have been taken. Many pris
oners were also captured in tho
Northern Dvlna region, including
some British troops. .
Gertrude & Company
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You will like the soft-feathered hats.
The Tam-o-Shanter lines of many of the
small hats may become you. Try on the
small Toques and the large picture hats.
See which hat and which colors will
go best with your new suit or coat, Now is
the time to pick out the hat.
Very effective are the new bordered
veils in all the new colors.
Gertrude & Company
NO. 527 MAIN ST.
it is due to the martial
spirit of the day, but
nearly all the better
grades of women's
street shoes have a de
cided tendency toward
They're built for walk
ing and comfort lower
straight heels heavier
soles and plainer leath
ers are the rule. And the best of it is never was
women's footwear more attractive.
Here is a handsome model designed on this Service
plan Dark shade tan, top of same, tip with small
perforations, military heel broad enough for com
fort and a good substantial sole. Every bit of femi
nine daintiness that women's shoe should have is
here, together with the added features for comfort
$5.00 to $10.00
Smart Spats with Tailored Costumes
$3.00 to $3.00
O D a a D rupHuuu u
H. N. MOE, Proprietor
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That is the uppermost in the minds of most worne
these days, is What is going to be fashionable fo"
COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES
it is answered in the usual authoritative wa L..
the wonderful models we are now showinir.
You Can Still Get a Good
Waist for $1.50, Providing
Yes, providing you come bore and buy a "WIrthraor."
And these waists are GOOD In every senso of tho word. Tho
styles are GOOD, tho fabric GOOD, tho workmanship is GOOD;
they are GOOD throughout.
Tho prices of waists generally are higher, much higher
than they were a few months ago. This is necessarily ho
for everything that enters into their making costs more.
But the price of WlRTHMOR still remains tho snmo. and
will remain tho same until the matorlals, which were bought
on a lower market, have been enttroly exhausted.
Every offering of "Wirthmor" Waists presents u real thrift
opportunity, an opportunity for genuine substantial saving.
These far-famed and deservedly popular blouses can bo sold
at Just ono store in a city and in Klamath Falls It Is Tho
Prv awt-inn of mir tvl f1fnnrmin( nn... re
array of new styles as bountiful in quantity as they are
diverse and charming in mode, materials and color-ings.
Smart Individuality -In
Simply tailored and elaborate
treatments of tho now trimmings
on Trlcotlno, 8orgP8 and Sntlna.
Now and gracefully designed of
focts that achieve youthful ex
pression. And tho much sought
characteristic Individuality, Is
to bo found In ovory ono of them.
Moderately prlcod at 918.(10 to
In the New Coats
Of rich, Boft-dnlsheil material
tho now autumn coatB warm ind
yet pleasantly light In ttht
Velours, Sllvortono, Ilroadclolh
nnd Novelty Cloths aro the mi.
torlnls, and there Is a liberal
combination of contrnitlnn fur
and plush trimming. A splendid
atock to select from. Priced br
easy singes from
f 20.00 up to SM.00
Lovely New Blouses
Almost unlimited choice is yours In tho matter of Blouse
selection. Of beautiful Georgetto and Crepo do Chine and
the styles so different, so now, nnd so utterly becoming.
You'll find most every shade In tho assortment.
$6.50 to $16.50
SOME SMART NEW SUITS JUST RECEIVED
And thoso now arrivals suggost some now and individualized styles
that wo aro pleased to offer tho woman who seeks the vory latest in
npparel. In addition to protty styles In trlcotlno, sorgo, broadcloth and
Sllverton, aro sovornl decidedly different stilta in chocked novelty ma
terial. Fashion says thoy aro vory new. But one Bult In a model io
you may bo assurod of Individual stylo. Considering tho quality' of
i mu mniunuis unu mu uuu iuuuiius ui mu kuhhuiuh, uiuy are moder
J atoly prlcod nt 1140.00 to 975.00.
Our Prices on -Furs Are Those pf Last Year
Like most everything else, furs nro decidedly higher In price this year.
But our good fortune In having mnny pieces which wore bought at last
year's prices, is your good fortune In tho dectdod advantage offered in
point of selection and tho savings made possible. The lot Includes rich
Mink, Martin, Nutria, O'possum, Black Fox nnd other furs. The prices
aro very Interesting.
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.Fashion looks with favor on dainty
neckpieces. Amongst the hew ar
rivals are pretty embroidered col
lars, collars with edgings of laces
that are different, simple collars of
georgette and organdy, and elabo
rate lacy collars. Round, square
and straight styles.
50c to $2.50
Now Is the Best Time to Buy
Blankets and Comforts
This is very good advice, for tho latest market quotations
Indicate much higher prices. Bnsed on today's standards of
valuo our offering In Blanket and Comfort presonts nn un
usual opportunity to savo. Wo mention
"Wearwell Cotton Blankets, Special $3.50
Made of selected staplo cotton In nil white, tan with bluo
bordor and gray with pink border. Tho slzo 64x89 Inches.
Tho 70x84 slzo of sumo blunkct la$4.00.
Blankets at $6.50
The famous "Wearwell"
mako. Of fine aolected cot
ton. Slzo 70x8. All grey
with blue borders. An ex
tra special value.
Comforters at $5.00
Filled with extra fine
doublo-carded cotton. Sllk
ollno covered, In dainty Mo
Blankets at $10.00
This blankot Is of cotton
nnd wool. In white with
pink or bluo border nnd
grey, pink and bluo plaids.
Comforters at $6.50
White carded felt filling.
Sllkollno covering In floral
patterns. Slzo 72x84.
As Long as Any of the Broken Assortments Remain
Women's Union Suits at Special Prices
As a result of the first announcement telling of these special values, our remaining stock shows
considerable reduction In size. The savings nro very apparent when today's retail prices aro used
as a comparison.
The Savings Are from One-Fourth to One-Third
The lot consists of all-wool, silk and wool and fine cotton Union Suits and a few soparato gar
ments. All bear tho pricings of last year. All Blzes in the group but not all sizes ut each special
sale price. On sale on center aisle table.
Gowns at $1.00
This is truly an extra value ot
good grado outing, nicely finished.
In pink and bluo striped design.
Special ut 91-00
Women's Pajamas, $2.50
One-pleco stylo In plain white and
plnk-stripod outing flannel., with
gnthcrod walBt lino or draw-string
stylo. A special valuo at this price.
CALM I TO
BOSTON, Sept. 12. The tense si
tuation that has existed over the city
for the past few years due to the pol
Icemen's strike Is calmer today.
Superintendent of Police Crowley
said that several striking -patrol
men have applied for reinstatement.
Governor Coolldge said that ho
could think ot no conditions under
which the striking law guardians
should be allowed to return to duty.
He characterized the action of the
policemen as being a destruction of
duty rather than a strike.
Came to my place last March, a
2 year old dark bay stallion, white
star on forehead owner may have
same by paying costs. J. D. Hooper,
DU. EDWARDS WILL SPEAK.
Dr. C. A. Edwards of Ashlund, will
speak at the Methodist Church Sun
day Evening on tho Centenary Cele
bration of the 100th anniversary of
Tho coldest period of the day Is
usually a few minutes' after sunrise.
This is owing to the fact that whon
the sun strikes the earth It causes
the evaporation of a chilling
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Woman to care for baoy
at her home, by day or week.
Quick Lunch, Main St. 12-2t
FOR SALE Five passenger automo
bile, 1916 model, in good condi
tion, cheap for cash, Chtlcote & Smith
The interest at the Orpheus Thea
tre is on the increase. The evange
list announces the following subjects
for the coming woek.
Friday, "Baptism." 8-Bt
All parties having burnod cars at
the Ford Garage will kindly remove
them at their earliest opportunity.
Ford Garage, George Blohn, owner.
Four big lots near the end of 11th
St.; pavement; at 9200 each. Just
the place for moderate priced home.
Two good ones on 11th St., nt
9500 each, and another good one at
Two lots In Second Hot Springs
at ipzuu oacii una two more nt $300
A dandy corner in Hot Springs
Auaiuon with sidewalk una sewer In
Big lot on 10th St.,' In excellent
location, at $000. Will soon bo pave
CHILCOTE & SMITH
038 Main St.
During warm weather is a good time to cul
tivate the phone habit. You will be asking
no special favor when you request that
even the smallest item be delivered. We
have a Prompt Free Delivery Service and
we are glad when customers take advan
tage of it.
Remember the Number Main 37
W V KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS