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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
E. J. BIUnRAI,
JAMES S. SHEEHY
Tiiitiiciinii Hniiv ernnt Sumlny by
ho Hernlil PuhiishlnR Company of t
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Strcot.
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ed. MONDAY SKPTKMP.KK :!!. tI! ,
'Xi-kl THA0C MASK &--
i &: ?r ri
i - i The City of r I
I rdi GOODRICH m '
Pledging Lwbor'a Support
to the Striking Actors
NOTH'l.' ivm. "-S"
The City of
V." Urnn H ll I n
tvV.vu, " . ,-rrvi
One Year Ago Today
in the War
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), Goodrich Tires ft
Vi The Army of Goodrich J
Dealers, reuuy to :ur- t
i nish the User with M
Ten thousand Turks surrendered
to British in Palestine. ' I
United States trops participated in
lively lighting near JJellieourt.
British broke Hindenburg lino on .
six-mile front between Cambrni and
Prlnco Edward of Wales, endures an endless round tit "coremonlbV
and smiles; naturally and good naturodly. Ho is pictured hero pin
ning a medal on an old vo'.eran at Quebec. Elaborate, preparations
are made for bis tour through Canada to tho Pacific on a palatial
special train. It Is announced that his residence will bo aboard tho
British battle cruiser Renown In Now York harbor whon ho visits tho
U. S. Newport and "society" aro to catch only long distance ellrapnes
of tho Prlnco.
Hon. Michael Patrick Cashing
premier of New Foundland, born at j
Cape Broyle, Nfld., 55 years ago,
Maj. Gen. William Lassiter, U. S.
A., recently assigned to command of
Camp Bragg, born at Petersburg, Va.
52 years ago today. i
Gabe E. Parker, former Register,
ot the U. S. Treasury, born at Fort I
Towson, Indian Territory, 41 years,
ago today. ,
IN SEVEN MONTHS
WHEN AVIATION WAS NEW
Thrifty Westerners' Invest
ments Will Earn Nearly Mil
lion and One-half Interest
San Francisco-. Thrifty folks in
the Bven states of the Twelfth Fed
eral Reserve District saved $G,4'J7,
308 by Diirchasine Thrift and War
Dr. Chas. S. Howe, president of the Savings Stamps from January 1 to
Case Schol of Applied Sconce born July 26, 1919, acco.dlng to a repoit
at Nashua, N. H., 61 years ago today, j made by the San Francisco Federal
Dr. Maldon B. Adams, president tf Reserve Bank. Five ear3 from now
Georgetown (Ky.) College, born at at their latP of maturity, those
Clarksburg, W. Va., 51 years ago,8' w, b 0. jUSt "''"l'.' "
. I million and a half dollars more than
ay' they cost the purchasers. In ot! er
w-ords, the t'nited Sta.es Government
will pay bark to the Stamp purchas
ers approximately $8,000,000 for
Every man, woman and child who
bus Thrift and War Saving? Stamps
1819 John Henry Luers, first or Treasury Savings Certificates this
Catholic bishop of Fort Wayne. Ind.jear wlu s,lare ,n t,le Government's
born in Westphalia. Germany. Died "v,1dnd: Get ln, a f ar Savlnsi?
" SAnltt1 iti e.r rnnnriin(ti' uni'n .n.l
in Cleveland. O., June 29. 1S71. ,,', q," ' ""h :.
1842 Order of the Sons of Tern-, nnrat.R unit pet vnur hr nt ,,
melon. You can buy a Thrift Stump
for twenty-five cents.
I w s s"3
ANOTHER OF WAR'S RESULTS
perance organized In New York City.
1863 General Louis Botha, South
Africa's famous soldier and states
man, Dorn at Greytown, Natal. Died
at Pretoria, Aug. 27, 1919.
1879 Nathan C. Meeker, founder
cl the city of Greeley, Colo., killed
oy Indians In Colorado. Born in
Cleveland, O., July 12, 1817.
ICO 4 XT 1-. -ll a.. f
m . . nn.pmi.Ji TI8 ,8 frora AIesunrln, our nelg!l
u....a in iub iimeu oiaies cioseo , boring city down the 1'citoiinir.
down on account of wage contro-l Jjouseketpi-rs tnere are huvini; quite
versles. a time getting "help." uhpculully Koine
1911 Italy made a declaration 'of ) '",H to do the family wash. The ne-
Benjamin Franklin Evidently Had
Expectations of Its Value, Though
Vcntunno No Predictions.
Somebody lias- been imlte naturally
reminded i events 111 the air, 'if
uIki". lieujumin Friiukllii miiiI to Con
doreet ulmut ueiuiiautli-s l.:ii .tear
i.gu, in I'urib. I'lio Kietii'li eupltul
a Ju&t then much Interested In the
Imlloou iiM.viiioii! of the .Monluolllet
l.iotlirr.s, perhaps even more excited,
on the similler M:me of lite lluic-,
thiin modi in cities over the actual
cioslii' of the Atluntlc, mid uliei
eer men came together tile lilture
l-ixlhilitli-'N of ballooning made uu
liiilMiMluite topic of conversation. Con
doreet. meeting Franklin, tked him
If lie tlioulit mi iieroiiaia would owr
l ulile to steer his lialloon. "The
tliii. Is iu its lnliine.," siud FrauK
l.h. "It N ueeessury lii wait." "I!ut
what Is tin- good -il' Ifr" ilt'iimmletl a
duiiiiili.g 'i iiouias. "What usiuil pur-po-e
will It serve V" "lientloiiit n." r
plled rriiiikliii. "It is a child Jusi
born; let us wait to Jud0-e it until lis
education is completed." And .'i'iii
now the education is fur 1. om Uu-Ithed.
vjiJ.iuili.il 1 ii us WIO.-IV;- j
ever lie ts, or wncre- y
ever he goes, means y
things to him above )
other things, a wide- j(
spread approval of y
HISTORY NOT MERE RECORD
Direct Connection Traced Between
Great Conflict and the Annoylnj
Scarcity of Laundresses.
war against Turkey.
1914 Germans on Western front
bailed In attempt to pierce the Allies
1915 American financiers and
Anglo-rrench commission agreed on
terms of $500,000,000 loan.
1916 Germans under von Ralk-
kenhayn surrounded the Rouman
ians near Red Tower Pass and de
stroyed their army.
1917 Bolo Pasha seized in Par!.1?
n a charge of treason.
IN Till: DAY'S NKWS
George Jf. Reynolds, who is to uu
one of the prominent speakers at the
American Bankors' Association con
tention opening at St, I,oul3 today
is a former plow!;oy who through in
defatigable work has risen to the
presidency of the largest banking
institution in the Fnited States out
cesblty for clean clothes Is one which
devolves upon civilized beings. Wars
may come and wnrs may go, hut the
wuslitub and washboard go on lorever.
But It has been haul to get a laun
dress In Alexandria. War-time eondi
tions have enabled many who earned
their living nf the tub to turn to less
arduous pursuits, with the result that
there Is u scarcity of "wash ladles."
Tne condition Is one paralleled In
mnny other cities.
"Aunt Lucy." said one Alexandrian
woman, addressing a colored woman
whom Mm hail known for many jears,
"don't you know some one who eun
do my washing?"
".No, ma'am I don't know no one,"
The woman made a last attempt.
'Won't you do It for me. Aunt
Lucy.'' she itsUcd, with a winning
''Deed, chile,'' said Aunt l.tiey, "I
don't have to do no washing no more."
"Why?" nsked llie woman.
'Well, honey, hit Is Jes like this;
.side of New York City. Mr Reynolds 'I,'"I"'I A""t I.uey with a nli-e ills
spent his boyhod on an Iowa farm ''' "I'' Civil w-ar made us rr.-e.
-mi ,.oi0.i ,j. .!.... .- .. .. ""', (Ils lu?ro worl' war has made, us
and received lihs education In the ills'
trlct schol. When lie became clerk
in a bank in his native town he
found what seems to have been his
independent." Washington Kuir.
Tho mild surp.-ls"
vi h which huh
right calllne. Fivn vra into,- i, "rusliimilly noes n,,. (,-iuie of a lor.
moved to Des Moines, where lie bo-' l'lK"1''1,',u!' l"'"" , '" of '"niches
Y-iin.n ...i,i. ,. i i . , , , . puicliai.ed In the Ln ted Suues may
yamo cashier and later president of a ,)l!fol(! , ., (0J5W ()f ,.,.;
local hank. In 1897 tin was Invited m,aHll(, le fllM,wll. . r r-alren,
to Chicago to become cashier of ono Manchuria. The world's appetite for
or the leading hanks of that city, i mutches Is apparently Insatiable. An
and this becau.se of his record. By American company lias been studying
' 1910 ho had risen to the presidency Munclinrln and Siberia from the match
of tho institution. Mr. Reynolds ! n,anuf'a'turl"B m,tl,t of v,l'w' l,ul m
was offered tho treasury portfolio ln",ms " "'"-f Jl'anese concern, and ihU
h Tnft l.i,i. i, , , " concern. It now seems, wll hi; I rut In
he Taft cabinet, but declined.. In!,,,,. flc, , na; L.ief Man-,
1.08 he accompanied tho Tumour cliurlnn port. But then If Japan were
Aldrich currency commission to I pot llrst In the field In Manchuria,
Kuropo as expert financial adviser. .where would she be Brat In the Held?
Writer, to Set It Down Successfully,
Mutt Use His Constructive
There Ir no commoner cnusc of hl-
i Kirical nils-Judgment than the ten-
ueoc.v in reim uie events or me pas?
teo exclusively In the light of the
present, and so twist the cold and un-f-"Mclous
record Into the triilnlni!
servhe of controversial politics. And
yet history Is Inevitably to n great ex
tent a work of the Imagination. No
rood historian Is content merely to re
pent the record of the past. He has
'o undi rstand It. to see behind It, to
find more In It than It actually sii.k.
lie cannot undersland without the use
of Ins constructive Imagination, and
he cannot Imagine effectively with
out ll.e use of his experience. I be
lieve It is one of tlie marks of u
great hNtorlan to see both present and
past, as It were, with tho same un
collided e.v, to realize the past story
as if It wete now proceeding before
him. and envisage the present much
In the same pi!rsp"ctlv as It will bear
wii' n It Is ns one chapter, or n many
pages. In the great volume of the past.
We know In filhhoti'H ease how
much the hlstni-lnn of the Roman em
pire learnt from the captain of tho
Iluripclilre (''I'Millers. And It wotilu
surely be follv to tell n man who had
I veil through the French or Uus.ian
n volution to f'i-:ot his own fpei1
enco vlion lie came ip treat of similar
events In history Gilbert Murray.
But first it menns that
50,000 dealers, more than
half in the country, have
confidence in Goodrich
and Goodrich Tires: that
50,000 men whose busi
ness it Is to know tires,
believe in the skill and sin
cerity of Goodrich tire
making, and the certainty
of Goodrich tires making
good in road performance.
Furthermore, the Dealorlike
the User, is safeguarded
by the frank open-handed
certification of GonHrirh'n
uH.. mn a -i:.. ft
I'lUIC-milCBItC IUJU51- Tj
ment 6,000 Miles for
Fabric Tires 8,000 miles V
for Silvertown Cords.
The Goodrich Certification c
measures out as every-
thing else you buy Is
maitrjk4 I tha minimum k'
.W.JU i.y, tlie f IStillttlUlll
you, with proper usage,
get from Goodrich Tirea.
Finally, 50,000 Dealers en-
listed to furnish America fj,
with Goodrich Tires be- JJ
cause they were first to K
know what the whole
mr.n-.n ...H-t.l l
.v.willlg vvuiiu IIUW Tj'.
knows and says Jl
"Goodrich has THE
TTT3T7 " fl
'i r. . . . i
nay ucxxfncj Jiret l
from a Dealer
j Fabric . 6,000 miles
2 Cords . 8,000 mils
"BEST IN THE
Plfce of Ancient Mctcer.
Meteorites of laillealed ere 't a"enro
cnnjileiioils by their nhseiice from mil
' mi e."!li'oiloiis, niiil It Is sii -: eil
tint such Mieeiuietis I my d's'litef'r ite
mid il'snppear ttnm the rocks within
n rc'iitlvrly "hoi't time after rall'ug.
Tie PrltlKh museum, however, Iris bile
Iv iiciiulrcd a slice of somewhat les
III. Ml II piltlllll fi'lllll II IIK'teorle li'illl
thai Is believed to r 'present mi ancient
tall. The slice Is from one of two sim
ilar musics lint wvk found In Janii
tin. Iff', wlililn it few miles of Ihw
sot. Klondike, and that from their
P-!tl'"i deep In the oldest gravels of'
U'f dlsirict aro th'niglit to have rested
there since the Pliocene age or before.
J'V"ii Ills spjdv of llio orlglniil sped
mens In tho Museiiin of the Geologi
cal Hurvey nt Ottawa, II. A. A. John
Ron eoticlinleil that they are port of
a single meteoric shower of "Tertiary
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This plictoKruph wan taken while
MukIi Frayni) of tho Auierlcnu Ped
oration of Labor wis nildrcHHliif; a
meotliiK of Htrllclui; nctorH In Now
York. pledKiuK tho support of organ
I A. F.Graham I
I General B
I Concrete M
Shasta Sand Used H
If you wish to have a skin that
Ik pink ntul beautiful, try
It Ih a wonderfully refreshlnj
beauty riiilHlte. Uelfcatelj
Try a small Jar- for we are
satisfied Hint after you have
tested 11 yrti will n.mt a moro
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