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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
WASHINOTON, Sept. 27. Nearly
n billion dollar.) of Lllmrty bonds
lmo been retired u.vl paid oft'' by
the gow'tnment with loans returned
by tliu rilled Government and certain
tares vhlch were paid In bomb
thomsolves. Tho total of nil Issues
of bonds ran to $17,000,000,000.
Great Britain already lias repaid
$32,000,000 of the billions alio owes
tho United States and Franco has
also made a small payment. In all,
the allies owo the United States
about ten billion dollars.
NEW WINE FROM
BY GREAT STRIKE
LOS ANOKLES, Sept. 27. Dis
covery of n process by which grapes
can bo convortcd Into a non-lntoxi-eating
wlno, having tho bouquet and
tnsto of tho finest wines previously
manufactured, has been announced
here. Tho details of tho process nro
being kept secret but It was recent
ly announced that wineries nt Cuca-j
mouga and Etlwnnda, California will
havo a greater output of tho now
product this year than thoy had of
wlno previously manufactured. Wlno
grapos which have jumped In price
almost 7G por cent slnco last year
are being rapidly bought up by the
wineries and this, it Is believed
presages a confldonco' In tho success
of tho now boverage.
.ROME. Sept. 27. Thy situation
thruout Italy resulting from tho un
coilnlnty of tho Flume affair has
been complicated by a strike of met
al workers which Mis affected all
factories. A general nationwide
strike Is threatened which would not
only tie up the industries of Italy,
ARfiKNTLVA TO GIVE
CREDIT TO ALLIES.
(Continued from pago 1)
West Indies, sho withdrew to pro
paro for n greator career.
At tho ago of 1G sho appeared In
tho Acadomy of Music, Now York,
in her llrst opera role, "Lucl.x dl
Lammermoor." llor wonderful no-
j prano roused tho audionco to tho
wildest enthusiasm, ami her fame
swept tho county At this tlmu oho
was earning $100 n weok,0
Sho repeated her conuuost as
Amliiu In "I,a Somniunbulii" In Cov
out Garden, London, In 1801. Her
salary had Increased to $760 a
It was tho beginning of a dazzling
conquest of all Europe. Royalty en
tortaiued hor nnd co.urted hor fa
vors. Tho populnco besieged her ho
tels and theaters. Men in nil sta
tions of Ufa wooed nor, but sho
BUENOS AIRES, Sopt. 27. Coin
cidentally with tho rcquost mndo on
behalf of Germany for a J'100,000,
000 loan with which to purchase raw
materials from Argentina, tho finan
ce committee of tho chamber of de
puties made public a majority report
but also tho means 1 1 transportation, of the committee which would auth
includlng shipping. orlzo the government to open a $200,-
The postal and tefcgraph employed 000,000 credit for Italy. Franco and
already havo taken recourse to sabo-j Great Britain, of which amount 7fi
tage, causing delay in transmission i per cent would be spent in the pur-
of letters and telegrams chase of Argentine cereals.
AT THE LIBERTY
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
"THE RED LANTERN"
Mr. Edison is admitted to be the world's great
est inventor. He says that the New Edison,
"The Phonograph With a Soul," is his favorite
invention, which means that he considers it his
The realism of a phonograph is the test of its
The NEW EDISON
" The Phonograph With a Soul
has been compared In public before eight hundred thousand
people with tho living voices of thirty great artists, many of
thorn members of tho Metropolitan Opera Company. It has
been demonstrated conclusively that tho New Edison's Re
creation of tho human voice Is so exact that tho living voice
cannot bo detected from tho Re-Creation when both aro heard
in direct comparison. Remember that these artists wero not
impersonators, Imitators or vaudeville performors; they wero
artists of international reputation. Thoy sang in their natural
voices; they would not condescend to do otherwise. No talk
ing machine has sustained or can sustain any such tost. No
talking machine manufacturer would attempt tho kind of
tests which the Now Edison has successfully sustained In pub
lic on at least one thousand different occasions.
You aro welcome to come to our store any time and bo con
vinced that Mr, Edison's clalmB aro true.
Klamath Falls Music House
GEO. A. WIRTZ
Phone 125 e 733 Main St
brushed thorn asldo with a laugh and
trill. Sho finally capltutatod at tho
ago of 25 to Henri, Marquis do
Caux, equerry to Napoloon III. They
separated after a few years. Mine.
Pnttl llnally securing n divorce In
1SS5 to marry Slgnor Ernesto Nico-
llnl, an Italian tonor signer.
Hor first American tour begun In
1SS1 hor last In 1903. Sho was
grcotcd by a magnificent ovation
when sho mndo hor first npponrnnco
in oporn In tho Now York Acadomy
of Music, tho scono of hor girlish
triumph of 20 years before. Sho was
at tho height of hor career, and be
came the musical sensation of tho
winter. Tho following year sho
sang at tho nowly opened Metropoli
tan Opera House. Hor guaranteed
salary was $5,000 a night and It
was paid, for Mmo I'nttI Invariably
rofused to appear until tho money
was in her possession.
Mmo. Patti hold tho record as a
box-olllco star In operatic circles.
When sho appeared nt a matlneo
concort in Mechanic's Hall in Boston
in 18SS, sho faced an audionco
which had paid ? 18,900 to hear hor.
During a slnglo tour through South
Amorlca sho received In salary and
bonuses more than $300,000. It has
been estimated that sho earned more
than $5,000,000 during her singing
Sho made hor final professional
appearance nt the ago of C5 in Lon
don. Her last days wero passed in
Wales at hor beautiful castle,
"Cralg-y-Nos," with hor third hus
band, Baron of Coderstom, whom she
married In 1899, a year after tho
death of Nicollni.
Mmo. Patti is reputed to havo left
an estate valued at moro than ?S.-'
Sho was tho first operatic singer
i in tho world to bo made a Chcval r
of tho Legion of Honor. Sho wjs
decorated by the C.ar'of Russia wtli!"
tho Order of Merit, , and was up-!
pointed by him ns "First Singer of.
the Court." European potontate.i
vied with each other in showoringl
hor with Jowols and social cllatln -'
You are the author of
your own success,
and your Bank Book
is the ledger that re
cords your progress.
Small as well as large
The inn.nl t.i..-i .
801 yu can havo fa,
0ur IJilnk h backed
by men of know,,
BRING YOUR BUSINESS TO
KLAMATH STATE BANK
"THE DAYLIGHT BANK"
Located corner Sixth and Main
You can open a Sav
ings Account with us
FOR ONE DOLLAR
We pay you 4 per ct.
every six months.
Let's all pull together
and make Klamath
of Eastern Oregon.
.COLUMMA I,S SUED
HV PACIFIST PROFESSOR
NEW YOIIK. Sept. 27. J. Mc
Koon Cattail, formor professor of
psychology at Columbia University,
who was dismissed in October, 11)17,
by tho trustees on tho ground that
ho had Injured thu university by
MOON MURDER TRIAL
STARTS IN YREKA
DUI1LIN. Sopt. 27. A strike i
gravcdlggors In Dublin maintained
for soma woolcs nt (llasnovln Ceme
tery has caused much inconvenience
and some risk to tho public honlth ' IuMlc agitation ngaliiBt the conduct
It was mitigated however, by the do-lr tll wnr. 'as brought suit agaliiRt!
cision of tho Cemeteries' Committee '"resident Nicholas Murray Htittarl
to permit Interments by peoplo hav-a"(1 members of tho comiulttu who!
Ing plots in tho comotory provided, ropoited against him. j
Hint they oponod and closed thoj Tll ioiit of damaged asked Is,
graves themselves without culling on ,,ot stated In tho complaint, but It1
tho committoo for assistanco.
Tho gravedlggors havo now ap
pealed to tho hearso drivers who
havo declared a sympathetic strike
and rotusod to convoy bodies for burin).
is understood that more than $100,-,
000 has b.en claimed. i
nkw taxi ,si:nvici:.
If you want a Taxi phono 100. Tho
Pntitlmn Tool room. Operated by lie,
C'nnn, Dodson and Egollno. :2r.-Gt I
YKKKA. Cal . Sept. 27 The trial
of J oo Ihakwimld, charged with the
murder of Charles Moon of Moon
lllu. Ore., while thu Uo were pros
pecting In AnIi Creek, near Yrcka,
April 20, was Marled here.
Moon was shot through tho hcil
and an attempt was mado to oum
According to poliru records h"
IfaltwnsUI w.i.s arrested In Sealtlo
f.'vo yeurH ago In lomiurtlon with tin
iiiurdor of u hiiik ulrl but the caw
wnr. dltimihstt'd because of insufficient
I . trick .M uUrii' -.
.' I. K Stern
fur Men s'il
WOMKN'S ICDITOIt HICSIGNS.
W. A. Wood and A. Lenthorman
aro in tho city from Langell Valley
on matters of business for u short
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 27. Tho
resignation of Kdward Bok as editor
of the Ladles' Home Journal, effec
tive January 1 next, was announced
today. H. O. Davis of Los Angeles
Cal., who has been managing editor
of tho magazino for tho last six
months, will succeed him.
Mr. Bok has been editor of tho
publication for 30 years. Ho will re
tain his Interest In tho Curtis Pub
lishing company and continuo as a
member of tho board of directors.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY!
WANTED First class pastry cook
for delicatessen at WInnok Co.
Spring-time In tho land of cherry
blossoms and willow trees love
time for the slant-eyed maldons that
dream beside their lily pools as fair
aa their sacred lotus-flowers, as In
scrutable as their heathen gods! See
me mo or a strange peoplo full of
romanco and passion, Intrigue and
Oriental mysticism. Seo It In "THE
RED LANTERN" at tho LIborty
Theatro with NAZIMOVA, tho star
of supreme brilliance. At the Liberty
Sunday and Monday." it
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Music Store. 25-3t
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Curtains, towels, dresser scarfs
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MRS. L. A. BURGESS
Phone 214W 131 N. 4th St.
FOUND Auto crank near Horton
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ior mis aa. 27-lt
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want furnished houso or apart
ment Inquire Horald offlco. 27-tf
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Boys. Comploto stock of tho
latest designs. Wo speclallzo
in real shoo values.
Parents will find our Juvo
nilo department the best place
to purchase, correctly built
shoes for ' children. Personal
attention givon to fitting small
Buckingham & Hecht
Dress Shoes for Men
Bradley's Shoe Store
"Leading Shoe Store"
797 ftUla St. 727 Main St. II I
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Tho Battery Doctors
Tho llnttcry Doctors
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Is it eVGrvlflst.infrlv rrivinrr vnu frnnhlo?
Then come to us we are running a Peace Conference
tor storage lotteries
If your battery is a "Bolsheviki" tell us and we'll
make a good hardworking citizen out of it.
Regardless of tho
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49 Main Street Phone 22M
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