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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TheEvening Herald1 HER0 RIVALS YORK
B . J. HDItBAI,
JAMES S. SHEBHY
Published dally xiept Sunday by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
AT THE LIBERTY TflWIfiHT AT THE LiBER'. y
Entered at tho posloffleo lit Klam
ath FalW, Ore . for Transmission thru
tho m.ills as secvid cl.iss in ,tti:'.
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1 glrmrt m
Soigcant Horculcs Korgls. bora
In Grooco, earnol American citi
zenship by army sorvlco. Ho cap
tured 857 Germans slnglo banded
while- la France. Greok countr
inon royally welcomed Korg"U t
Washington whoa ho. returned to
A PICTURE THAT SENDS
YOU HOME HAPPY
Tuesday, sf:ptkmkk l:?, lll.
AV1IY CAN'T KL.ULVTH DO
YANKEE GIRLS TO
YOU LIKED "THE TURN IN
THEN SEE ITS COMPANION
FW YO't'C. Sinit 1M FJ ,
thousand well-to-do Hnti.-!i worn n
determined to 'obtain Amoruan bus-
There is one community in Ore
gon that is showing enough Auuric-
utitM . juoiu, uiu uuo uiai t , I
the plans for an indopendent telo-! TcV'. . " I
Phono company will bo carried ,0 C(1 bttes-ncfril'K warning 1s-
tho point of either forcing Justice !T0a tW01 ,otli,y by Mrs- s-1
from the telephone company or dim-' C-Se'mour- ol -'m4?i!, New Jersey,
inntimr it n o .- .. ..... ,..., ' who bas Just returned fiom Eurono. '
.. 0 ,uu, iu mo uusi-i ,. - I
ness of that section of Oregon. That! Sc'm"r was employed by tho J
community i3 the Roguo River v-ii -U,,U'"J auuioriues to supervise tile
r.r Vi. J V- IIN1 11
I ft MW M
ciwcara ct-, n.
M a S3fl
ley. Klamath Falls should do like-
,,D uuo u iraucuuo tiore a
straight-out contract, with the tele-
1"""UI company, let wo are forced
to pay exorbitant telephone charges.
..; ouiiu continue to have to do so
Until U'ft nnmrvl . ,.. - .
" ""fi jvwus.iuion or tnut
transportation of the war brides of
American soldiers In difefrent parts
of Errope. fil:c announced the nu'-
rimonial army of Invasion had ,il
ready applied for p.issporta and
would arrive as soon as the ireci!'J
restrictions ale lifted, ujilch is e- E
franchise, pocted to be on October 1 '
The following from the- Pacificl UurinS ' er eight months abroad'
Jtecord Herald of Bedford tells a! Seymour arranged for the
story tliaf ie People should heed I 'I'ail!o''fi,'0n ol 35,)0 wqr' brfdi
and follow " I anJ 25 ehildrit. i o ji re.se nti tig 22
"Believing ;, . . , , . nationalities. She said 490 nddl"on-
is being done Th. S Z 2 ' ' 'J
temnt ntr rnlln.-t r-,t. r ,..i. "" "" l"c "iii.ij i-rn,.'ieiH
phono strvke based on a valuation
of $465,000 and p.fing t.ixes on
only JCO.OOO valuation, and by ask
ing for rates based on good wages
and at the same time payin
lowest wages, a movement is on foot
looking toward the installation at
an early date of a new, modern
telephone system for the Rogue
Oliver Valley and Medford in par
ticular. "The movement was started byl
some of the ranchers in the valley i
A real life picture. You are
sure to like it. Don't miss it.
The Chicago Cubs and Los An
fjclcs Angela in an actual gome.
A PICTURE THAT LEADS TO
A BETTER LIFE
Since the e "-p.it ion of ho t.iit'es
In K'uione the I': tpnt OI'm e at
tlle Washington has received from
o.000 to S.,.000 requests weekly f r
copies of patent issues, princl-jiy
AT. THE LIBERTY
f !?V IV if" "rT TJ
who have been practically cut offlj sti, tHlft birth of Charles
from Medford by a toll rate, that is J .' ... , 'fiHWh provost of the Uni-J
Jo'eay the least, unjust. Believing O'b'f Jfvtrtisylvanla. 1
that pood telephone service is 'a ne- F'ifti' years ago today tho Univer
cessity of modern business, corr ' "aity of 'California at Berkeley was
cial and home life, these pe -1 first opened to students.
laying the foundation for 'krfc Salt Lake City has prepared an '
fltlve telephone serv ; t" to"Per"J enthusiastic welcome for President
give gcod, moder- " 'wnic'1 willj Wilson, who 's to 3peak there today
ice and at the "" I"'to-flate serv-'in behalf of the League of Nations.1
the re'eh ,-' ,6ft4' 4tme be wIthln ; A meeting to be held at Chicago,
telep' S. ' PerSOn desIrinK today will mark the first effort to
'mfr"6' organize the building contractors of
. r.e-imnuue oi me present serv-uhe United States into a national oi-,
g . -'
E I iliSTIbS ID Today's Anniversaries i
iii , ''
BE FEII1IRE IF
SAI.KM. Or.. Sept. 23. Tho state
e fs suicidal to say. the least, as rantzat!on. will take over tho nhvslcal tralninc
a telephone is in some rejpeqts likej important prcblems of finance and ot its children as a doflnito part of
a newspapar, the number of sub-l business wI1 be diSCU3Eed by the Its school work, according to an
iscribers making the value of the(raj;n, Mortgage Bankers' Association nouncement mado by K. A. Churchill,
""'" """ l" ,acK ol lu same e- of America, meeting in Chicago to-
privlng the plant of any value it,(lay for ,tB slxth jnnuai convention.
may have had. j Rural maU carricr3 from au ovor
"A lone man on an Island v.-ould th iTnitod States arc tn meet tndav
have no use for a telephone, neither (at Dayton 0hl0( to dIa.Ulia logisTa-, enactment of a lav,- requiring a y
does a business man have any usetIve (e3,ros ,ncrea80( pay nniI pes-j stomatic course in physical training
for a phono unless some of his pa-sl,)e afflIatlon wlth tho American ln all the public schools of the atntr
trons can have phones. .Federation of Labor. thruout the grades. Under this law
me nun i.oiiii)uiiy, u IS unuer- e,ni i.-i' . n .. ,., ,..,, ,.... .. ,,.-
- I )Ji, VIIU1 V.UU1 CljlUIUlU IflllllllbllwV
or experts to iormuiaio courses to
state superintendent of public in
struction. During the last session of the leg
islature Mr. Churchill secured the
stood, will do away with tho toll
rates to nearby towns and will make
the whole system a co-operative ono
with tho exception of the fact that
the equipment will be modern in
every way, and the service will be
in line with modern business devel
opment. "A reporter for the Record Her
ald, in interviewing some of the lo
cal merchants In Medford, learned
that at least all tho merchants In
terviewed look with favor on the
new project, seeming to feel that
the pYesent service and the toll rate
had nlmcst destroyed the value of
Several interesting contests
to bo decided in tho general pri
maries to be held ln New Jersey
today, when nominations are to be
made for the state, county and other
offices to be filed at the fall elec
tions. In tho primary election in Massa
chusetts today Interest centers
chiefly In the four-corneied contest
for the Democratic gubernatorial
nomination. Governor Calvin Cool
Idge is unoppesed for renomination
ion the Republican ticket.
. Tooth Brush Drill in France
Conventions Opening Today
thophone as a business asset. Des Moines Mississippi
"Co-operation will make tho tele- Conference on Tuberculosa,
phone an asset in place of a liability, ' Chicago Carriage Builders' No
bs by co-oporatlon th,e rates can be tional Association.
ba8ed on actual value of tho system j, Chicago-Farm Mortgage Bank
plus operating costs, thereby secur-' . ASn,.!,.ir ,,f Amar.
... . .w..fc.w.. . .....U....U,
ins many suoscriuers, anil as their
promote correct physical posture,
mental and physical alertness, self
control, disciplined Initiative and
tho spirit of co-operation under
Members of this committee are Br.
A. T). Browno, head of tho physical
educational department of Oregon
Agricultural college; Miss Mnbol
Cummlngs of tho University of Ore
gon and Miss Laura Taylor of the
Oregon Normal school.
Tho course piopared by this com
mittee has been issued by Superin
tendent Churchill and a cony w-'il be
placed In tho hands of each teacher
number Increases tho telephone in
stallatlon increases in value.
"An announcement, giving
fats regarding the policy pf
Chicago International Associa
tion of Municipal Electricians.
t,)C(i Pueblo, Colo. Colorado state con
t)0 ventlon of American League.
new' company, will be printed ln this Buffalo Supromo Couucll of tho
paper In the near future." Order of Alhnmbra,
Whito Sulphur Springs
HKXI) LOGGKH KILLKI)
BBND, Or., Sept. 23. David
Hodge, foreman at Shovlln-Dlxon
logging camp No. 10, was Insta-n '
lcllleil Saturday .11 miles from Bend
when his head was crushed by r.
swinging log which was being drawn
into the road by a cablo. '
Point, Oil & Varnish Association.
Danvlllo, Va. Leaguo of Virgin
ia Municipalities. '
Today's (Vilendar of Kpoils
Itacing: Continuation of maoU
Ing3 at Aqueduct and Havre d'6
AUK NOW AUTIIOKIKK11
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 23.
Special cancellation for mall mattor
which will show tho words "Rochu
volt Memorial association, October
20-27," has been authorized by con
gress to aid the association's cam
paign for ?G,0Q0,000 to construct a
1 809 Tho price of gold In Now
York reached 144, and tho ctfnspir.i
tors declared their purpose to crow d
It up to 200.
1S!U Albert P. Mororoute. fo--mor
governor of Missouri, comnili'
od suieldo at Marysvllle, Mo. Born in
Delaware County, O., July 11, ls-
1902 Troops ordoied out to h ip
pre-ii rioting among Iron am'
workers In tho anthraclto coal re
gion. 1909 President Taft op-ned Hi '
great Gunnison tunnel ln Coloiado
1912 The Nineteenth UnlvorMi'
Peaco Congress met at Geneva, Swlf
1914 French captured 1'oronno
on tho Gorman right wing. '
1915 Germnny roported that n'v
Allied army had arrived to attack
191C Thirty-eight persons killed
and 125 injured in raid by twelve
Zeppelin over London and English
1917 Secretary of War Baker re
viewed tho "Rainbow Division tit
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SALKM, Sept. 23 Tho nnn ml
conference of the Methodist Kplmop
al church will ho hold In tho Flnit
Methodist church 'hero October 1
to Octohor 0. Bishop Mtitthow
S mpiou Hughes will piesldc. The
district superintendents who will nt
tend tho conforenco aro Dr. Jnmea
Mooro, Fiigono district; C. A. F'
wards, Klamath Falls District
Dr. William V. Youngson, Portlnnd
district, and Dr. T, B. Ford, Sah'ir
jh:knstohff not iickiid
BERLIN, Sopt. 23. It is officially
denied that Count von Bernslorff.
former ambassador to tho United
States, Is to bo made state socro
tury of tho foreign clllco.
j A Berlin dispatch of September 18
nOME,, Sept, 23. Tomnsson Tlt-i'quotcd tho Holtung Am Mlttag as
torn, Italian forolgrt minister, has declaring von Bornstorff would bo-
Trettlng: Continuation of Grand, resigned, duo to tho Flume Incident, come permanent state secretary of
Circuit meeting at Columbus, Ohio. It is announced. j tho foreign office.
Toothbrush drill euperaedea fatUtuo duty in tho dovaatated db
trlcta ot Prance. American women dontlsta have their unit locawu
,1n a picturesque office Wr Vlc-aur-Alane. They have performed im
cperatlons and treated Zo8 patienta in ono monm.
Dr. S!''nov E. Mopes, who sfirvni'
as director of specialist' lo tho Am
oiienn I'oaco ilelegiitlon, born ni U-il i
oinort, C'Ulf 5fi ycis iicro tmln ' I
Emmit O'Neal, former governor !
of Alabama, horn it Flo-once, Aln.
OC veais n','o todav.
Thomas 'Mott Oshomn, notd nrls-l
on roformer and former wardon of
Sing Sing, born nt Auburn, N. Y,, 00
years ago today.
Rov. James L. Barton, socrotary of
tho American Board ot Commission- '
ors for Foreign Missions, born nt
Chnrlotto, Vt. fil yeara ago today.
Joseph D. Sayors, former govornor
of Toxas, born at Granada, Miss., 78
years ago today.
One Year Ago Today
in the War
Allied pal lot".
railroad between 1'Hkub ami Salon
,Cnnrlttoh army In I'ntestlno raptur
ed 25,000 Turkish troops anil
tho Free MothonLst
ut (I m'--
nlnu C Con'pos
orvatfon In Texas,
imrt '' mombor
Tho original Investment in tho
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to be govern
along tho linos of i"u
P.r I...kn WhHo. ronnDHv "'"'J4
0f I'ar'P1' '",..,
bought by the Ford (family for workhouse
1100,000,000. w ' " ''England.