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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Take out the Carbon. Give
the Engine More Pep
National Auto Accessory Coning
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210 MAIN STRFpt
Next to Poatofficc
Wife of Girard's Private
Secretary Asks Police to
Help Find Her Necklace
Willi 12 IiioiiIIih
OFFICERS HAVE I
HARD TIME TO !
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JULY ISSUE McCLURE'S ON "UTILITIES ENTITLED TO
The financial editor, in a forceful article in that Magazine, says:
"Public Utilities Commissions havo been formed in many states to oxerciso con
trol over privately owned public utilltios, and havo gonorally demonstrated that
their regulation is beneficial On tho other hand, municipal ownership has proved
gonorally unsuccessful, and is subject to objectionable and harmful political manipu
lation. Tho public should realize this fact, that Its Intorests aro thoso affected, and
it is a fact that privato ownership is ninety-nino times out of a hundred moro
efficient than ownership by a government, whother of a city or nation.
"In order that a public utility may expand, monoy is needed, and to got money
credit is necessary. It is to the interest of a city and Its inhabitants to see that
credit is furnished. Their interests aro inextricably lntortwlnod, and
public indifference to and ignorance of conditions affecting this class of companies
aro serious hardships to their growth and expansion. If tho utilities aro to
bo regulated they are entitled to protection."
California-Oregon Power Company
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CABLES ID BE
PUT OH PRE-WAR
TODAY'S CAIiBXDAK OF SPOUTS.
LONDON, Sept. 27. Every pos
sible effort is being made to restore
to Its pre-war basis, the cable" system
of the world, it is announced.
Racing: Close of tho Autumn raco
meeting at Aqueduct, L. I. Continua
tion of meetings at Latonia and Hav
re de Grace.
Tretting: Close of the Grand Cir
cuit meeting at Columbus, Ohio,
Baseball: Close of the National
and American league season (Sun
day). Pole: Close of the national champ
ionship tournament at Philadelphia.
Chess: Annual tournament of Wes
tern Chess Association closes at Cln-
Thp five Anglo German cablc3 ' cinnaii.
which were cut by tho British fleet) Automebile: Track races at Allon
in the early days of the war are he-j town Pa
ing repaired, and so are the four cub-J Swimming: Southern A. A. U. two-
les connecting England with Be!- m,,e cuampionsmp, ai v,ew uneans
vjablo communication. with Iceland -ov ....
which was interrupted by the war
has Just been restored. Messages now
aro being despatched to Australia In
as many hours as it required days in
Communication with the European
continent to steadily improving.
Foetball: Opening of the Eastern
Athletics: Annual outdoor track and
field games of New York A. C. at
Bexing: Jeff Smith vs. Harry Greb,
10 pounds, at Pittsburge.
Want Ads bring results.
If you want prompt service in
your watch work, try Winter's Jew
elry Store. 25-3t
vrta .t Ife he j&EiwW
No matter at what speed you shave with a
Gem Damaskeene Razor it leaves your face
cool and refreshed.
That's because the Gem has a soft, comfortable, velvet
like feel and does such smooth, clean-cut work.
We sell the complete Gem Damaskeene Razor outfit for 81.
The outfit includes the razor, seven Gem Damaskeene
'Blades, shaving and stropping handle -all in a hand
some leather case.
Enjoy the comfort of velvet-smooth self-shaving.
Come in and get your Gem to-day: t
. San Francisco The retail dealers'
advice to the victims of high prices
' Is to curtail buying. Following Is a
portion of a letter from Edward A.
MacLean, secretary of tho Oregon
I Retail Morchants' Association, to
. Governor John U. Calkins of the
San Francisco Federal Itcservo
1 August 2S, 1919.
I " So long as the free buying
. spirit of the American public exists,
, mayors and governors can fuss and
, fume and Congress can enact what
1 it pleases, but high prices will con
tinue. It is my opinion that the pur
' chase of government tecurltlcs such
I as War Savings Stamps and Treas
i ury Savings Certificates Instead of
merchandise will hasten the over
throw of the 'high cost of living.'
"Here Is the point It is high time
that , the American people were
brought to realize that the respon
sibility for tho high cost of living
Is not a responsibility of Congress
or any other agency. Unlebs the
American people, themselves, quit
supporting high prices, they can
right now make up their minds to
pay high prices for somo time to
Yours very truly,
(Signed) E. A. MacLEAN,
Oregon State Retailers' Association."
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hen I clc rlt
. ""irnnro nftu.
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year, unci I am 2fi ''dP
pr.rtn of I ho rountry rcrin ropnrtn of
the? c.ifflcully iluiuoblllxnil otforcorn
aro I .ivhig to find Jobs. TIioho former
oi'fl.'orH with wives mid faiiilltoii lo
HM l.ori aro In iiiituy rn.io.i living on
C if. of tho mini rniiiiirkalilo raM.sj
of unuiiiploynioiit Ih that of u Cam-.
bridge uulvurslty Kraduato who for
tho greater part of tho war hold mi !
Inipiirliint coniiunncl In tho army audi
tMilmuciuuntly a temporary post of
gicat responsibility In n Kovoriiiuont I'AUIS, Sopt 2(! Of the ono hun-
(Iiipnrtiiiuiit. Ho w tirtuoil with n lot-l""'" "" "iy Aimirlcan
tor from tho Wnr office tlinnkliiK lilm wl, "ot ''il" In
U HI H UK!-
The police of Uernnrdsvlllo, N. J.,
havo been asked by Mrs. II. Klvlngtou
Pyno to aid In tho search for a $6,000
pearl necklace. Sho had visited
friends in tho nearby mountain colony
and helluves that while returning by
automobile sho dropped tho necklace
while leaning over tho slclo of tho car
Mrs. Pyno's husband was privato sec
retary to James XV. Gerard while the u(1 ' Rmlth Africa, sorved with tho
latter was ambassador to Gurmnny. . Nnlnl Moutocl Police, and proapect-
I ed for gold. I want nil outdoor Job
1 connected with agriculture, with a
Wo mako a specialty of r, llfo ' ninmtlm H!,nry ot $i,2.-P0. I cvinn-it
nnil accident Insurance. I'hono 00 and , . , ., .... . , ,.
we'll do fvs rest. Cliilcoto A Smith. Kot OIK imi1 !ltlV0 "PPllod for n M,nll
5-tf holding, but urn told I may havo to
for his Horvlcox and adding: "Thoro
nro few people with gonitur nrgnnlz
lug ability, more charming niatiners,
greater tart and drive than your
self." Another letter lo him from Sir
Auckland OeddeH, presldont of tho
Board of Trade, uxpresHOH "warm
Personal thanks for your loyal and
dovoted co-operation In very difficult
work." King fleorgo bestowed on
him tho order of Commander of the
But those rrcdontlnlri have been of
no avail In 1h quest for suitable) em
ployment In this country, and In
despair, he nays that he Ih going tc
America next month.
Kx-offlcors hnvo discovered that
tho business world regards long mili
tary service) as u disadvantage rath
er than nil nsHct. An Infantry cap
tain I." year.s old, with ii wife and
three chlldron, said: "I havo farm-
thoro are only jcuvpii tt,0,,0 graTB
have not bneu located. Tho search
for the burial placos of tho iIcr(Ws
of tho air Is being conducted by an
army officer mid a representative of
tho American Hod Cross nnd thoua
ands or ItllomcitorH luio been cow
eel In Franc-o and (lormnny.
The hundred and forty three
graves havo boon decorated, accord.
lug to tho rules In force In the An
orlcnn Expeditionary Forco and pho
tographs havo boon sent to tho rcl.
lives of thu dead. The weven reraalv
Ing grnves arl being sought lth
It. A. M.
A special mooting or tho Royal
Arch Masons Ih hereby railed for
Tuesday overling September 30th,
for work In the Itoyal Arch Degree.
All members requested to intend
yisltng companions especially Invit
ed. c.i:o j wAiro.v, k. ii. i.
!:. K. MA(!i:i:, Secretary.
Artistic piano tuning nnd player
work. Call Morgan at Karl Shep
herd Co. 15-121
Let Me Do Your
BALDWIN HARDWARE CO.
"The Hotue of Quality"
Moved to corner Main
Our prices are Right
Shirts, collars, fancy dresses,
silks, wool; colorod goods very
very carefully handled.
Try us onco. Wo call for and
deliver. Quick service our spo- ,
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J. H. Driscoll
Loomu Bldg. Phone 432
When you have your work done witSi Shasta
Sand you know you have the best there is