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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1919)
BRITON RUfES DAMS
Kill TO BE SHOWN
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
LONpON, Oct 1 -(By the Asso
ciated Press). Sir "ilornco Hyatt,
Administrator of 1 1 u t wns formerly
Gcrmnn Knst Africa, soon lll loivo
England for Dar-ca-Snlnam, which
will bo the now headquarters of the
government under the mandate of
tho League of Nations. Various gov
ernment olllcinls have been appoint
ed for administering the now terri
tory but It will be some tlmo before
the staff will be complete and the
'ncw broom" start sweeping.
Meanwhile it is reported all Is go
ing smoothly The old German na-
GAME WITH A "KICK" IN IT
"Tho National Dairy Show of tho
West." Tills Is what I'rof. Gordon 11
True, on leave of absence from the
Pnlorstt of California to tnnnngc
tho show, sa,s of tho dairy depart
meut of the California International
LUestot-Vc Show lo bo hold at San
Krnncloo during tho tlrst week In
Tlllle Alcarlrn, the world's record
milch cow, will be the stir attraction
of tho Holstolu breed, Vive I.si
France, the world's record Jersey, and
California GrotW, tho world's record
nilleh goat, will ho guest's of the show.
1 Laiuson Scribner, expert on ex-
(Ive army has melted nwny and tho h,,b,?s of t,,c U.S Department of Ag-
pnunlrr I ,,. ,..!..., I... .1 ""'" "l niuiiiuhiuu, u. w., Ill-
- -hattHltHi! Of Kins'? African iUUes
-''"irom U10 neighboring colonies Tho
' only Germans left are n few of tho
original settlers, tho majority hiv-
formed Truo that the federal exhibit!
of the Bureau of Animal Industry at
the National Dairy Show at Chicago
will be shipped to the California
Building at the I'atiama-I'aclllc i:po-
"Ing lieen jrvpatrlated. Since tlicyjsn grounds ror tiie Uaiirornla In-
ilnnnrlnil MlflrA dnrn fcnmi nn .Ho. i tOmatlonal.
..-.... .i. .. .. t 1 Mann fact tvrcrs and distributors , of
lUIUilllVCil UillUtl 111U illllltU ILlUilUI
tants, who arc said to have taken
kindly to the chnugo of rulers.
The' rail ways, which "were much
milk and milk products will compete
for honors In the showing of tho'Tllf-
fercnt make and grades of butter
cheese, milk and cruain. and the latest
damaged by the Germans, have bconf In'dairj and barn equipment will or-
repaired right up to Lake Tanknn-' cujiy tho greater paxt of tho big ball
ylka. The most urgent need of holroom w,,lch was tUo SCG" of moM
,,,1,. ! .. -,. ... u. i festivities during tho l'anama-l'ttc'flc
rnlnnv i Mm rpcumTiltnn nf chin.
' , exposition.
ping, coastwise anu with Europe. The (Ur, herds of the West have
jor on mis uio prosperity or tuofi
country chietly depends
At tjie Theatres
been proclaimed by Eastern judges to
bo the llnest In the country and this
show will bring together tho best of
them in competition that will bo the
James Oliver Curwood Is tho au
thor of the Sjtory of Canadian
Northwest and the Klondike region
during the gold rush of 1S97, which
inspired Allen J. Holubar to put the
tense situation and scenes in terms
of the photoplay. "Paid in Ad
vance," a new Jewel production!
featuring Dorothy Philips, is the
xesult of tho inspiration. It will bo
seen at tho Star Theatro Sunday!
China has moro suicides than any
other country in the world. In a
single jear as tunny ns half a million
cases of self destruction hnvo boon
Briscoe car $4 75 at Howie's. Just
gling it away. 24-2t
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.720 Main Bt.
Jiulc MouroWt Prop.
Cigar, Tiilwrro, Soft Drlnlt.X
Peel mill HIHIttrilH
Harbor Shop In oCuuoctlon
Of It .MO'lTO
"Courtesy mill "Seriko"
t'HOP Hrnv ANI, ;
Commission & Au
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At ono tlmo snail racing was n
gront fad In Austria. Vienna had
a fashionable snail racing, club,
where Tortutlca wore wagored on tho
ridiculous contests. Careful records
of tho tlmo taken by tho Winning
snails to crnwl around tho mlnln
mre race courses wero Kept in or
dekthat contestants might ho prop
erly handicapped in subsequent
Tin: KIAMATll ItntllKtl .i
Chrome, Snblo, Oak and Rubber
Belting, Hoho PuLklng und all lilies
of Moclinnlcal Huhbor GooiIh.
Aro, doing hoiiio very High Class
Uo-treadlng on their lilt MoliN
"i Wo Invito ou to inspect some oil
our Hotreads. should you nerd ,
auytlilng In that lino We stnnd
back of our guarantee on all work
done at our shop, 1 1 liO - -Multi St,
Klnmnth Kilts. Oregon 21-lt
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1l "PAIP SAT APYANCS"
What is undoubtedly the most
tremendous of the vital problems'
raised by the war forms the basis,
or Cecil B. DeMille's new Artcraft
special feature "For Better, For.
Worse." Now that the soldiers are I
returning, the status of the man who!
stayed at home Instead of going to
France is being discussed. Is he to
lie shunned as a slacker, or ie he to
be considered, as having done his
duty? r Edgar Selwyn, a noted
dramatist, wrote the play from
which Mr. DeMille's picture is ad
apted and Jennie Macpherson wrote
the scenario. Both from the stand
point of dramatic values and time
liness, "For Better, For Worse" is
one of the most important produc
tions which has been shown In this
city this season. It will be shown
at the Star Theatre tonlghl.
What's the use of pretending?
Time will find you out
make no pretense, but
they've taught thousands
of men what quality means
in a cigarette. They are
what they are, always the
longer you smoke them
the better you'lllike them.
10 for 13c .
The John Bollman Co. Branch
I Briscoe car $475 at Howie's Just
giving It awny. 24-2t
Surety bonds wlillo J on wait. Clill
coto Smith. B-ti
l.oomlH Illilg., Kliiniiith I'ilU
I)U. C. A. IIAMIIO
I. O. O. 1 Building
Yen, wv hit Iwmeholil t.
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haw mii.1 r(iiNi:i:mNfl T
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vrn Haw Mills .,,K hn
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O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 4K Mnln St.
IloiiiivMmlo Pin nml Ctkei.
Cll Mi-ntu A I.unrh Goodi.
Ico Crcjim mid l'rulti.
"'.Metropolitan AniuneaieiiU "
Wediit'Mlny it Saturday
Popular Jaz Orchetitra
The Battery Doctors
The Itnltory DocIoih
IS YOUR BATTERY A BOLSHEVIKI?
Is it everylastingly giving you trouble?
Then come to us we are running a Peace Conference
for Storage Batteries
If your battery is a "Bolsheviki" tell us and we'll
make a good hardworking citizen out of it.
Regardless of the
kind of batter jou
have, wo can
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AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
49 Main Street Phone 22M
The Bttery Doctors The Buttery Doctor
S'oi Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDnnloU,
301 High SL Phone 455
W hnndln the Hurley Darldios
Mntnrrycli'n and Itrcrclcs Eicln
"voly AUo tmv Bell nnd exthwjf
ill oilier JinkoR rcnnsjlMnu
nnd Dlamnnil Tires nnd Tubes
c i:. niHM.tnK
I IBS. OlhSt. Klnmnth Fli
DR. R. B. CRAVER
ModlrliiD nnd Surgery
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7th and Mnln
OIIlco Phono 3SG Ites 430
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
I'll) nIi Ian ami .Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
Wo Do All Kinds of Spring Itcpilf
log Now Onrti Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
AMi WOKK (1UAKANTEKD
Phono 25I-Y 017 KImthAe.
Cecil 11. DeMille's
tor nTTi:n for worse"
A Two-P.irt Bllllo West Comedy
"IIK'8 IN AGAIN"
It's as essential to your shoes
ss on to your sun.
You believe In keeping; your
Eun wen oiieu, because you
know it needs It. Your shoes
need BERGMAN SHOE OIL just
It's no joke climbing a moun
tain after game In stiff shoes,
or setting; wet feet at the edge
of a slouch. Put a little
BERGMANN SHOE OIL on
them. It softens them and
makes hlklns much easier,
waterproofs them, and makes
them wear lonrer,
Get a can today good for all
kinds of shoes.
Theo. Bersmann Shoe
MlE-SCo., Portland, Ore.
For Sale at
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SUNDAY AND MONDAY
"PAID IN ADVANCK"
('oiiip.iniim Picture to "The
A Hpctlal Big V Comedy
"HARKMH & HOKUMS"
Admission Iftc and i)Sc
"THE WARRENS OF VIRGINIA"
House Peters and Blanch Sweet
A RalnboM Comedy lu Tito Parts
SUNDAY AN!) MONDAY
"TOO MANY CROOKS"
Two Reels of Good Comedy
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
I'UkHlMsh AND fATlltIIAY
you have vished you knew
just the right place to enter
tain your friends at dinner!
We invite you to take them
THE JEWEL CAFE
Jesse Bailey, Prop.
610 Main St.
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. KATHERINE SCHLEEF i
k PliNlcIaii mid Surgeon 7.
Off ho, White lildg. X
MEDICINE AND SUROERT
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Surrcssor lo Dr. Truax
Suit S0(l, I. O. O. l Bldg
Ofllrc phono H(l.l
Res Phono 8M.M
-ini.I IIoiiho ,
DR. A. A. SOULE
OIIlco, 420 Main
UeHlduuco, 1909 Main
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician A Surgeon
riulte 211, I. O. O. K. Tempi
(over K. K. K. Store)
Phone 821 . .
(The only Osteopathic PliyBl-
clan und Burs;eon In KUmfttk
Dr. E. G. Wisecarvor
Dr. P. M. Noel
Be yen th "unci Main 'Streets
Let your (Haas Troubles be Mr
HcBlazInR dono In anr part
of tho city
K. C. 8TUCKY.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone H77W 1024 Mill
J. c. cixoiioiw
Clll IIiiRlnw' "n(1 Snrreior
Offlco G17 Moln St.
Phone. Office, 10. lies. 1W-
K. F., Bend Stage
HIT WIMOl'Ml ;awiW
fi 1 7 Mnln
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Your Winter Wood now
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