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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1919)
If ' PAowsiK THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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I I Govornor Harrison upon the arrival. j J 1 1 LJ j HLLULU
I in roply to the nncrloa o( his inter- nay U ccncirnwi. i i'u. ".,
'om -That W matter wh.eh to think, ami I do net bo Uvo Ihrt
,1. cntireiy in tho hind, of Con.re, , :U. our pa.Uotism ,as . U
.ConBreSS has aiready t-romid tho' ,h. r an. o o 1c it ov tor puh
rblllpplne. their Independence, anu '--"'.,-. rrvi,..,r ,
nivV VICTORY BLUE-
TAILLEUR SPORTS FUR
AT THE CHURCHES
Torrall, supervisor ot tlio
it will havo a iin.ti vkv iu viv,.- . , . ii. rf
i.n8 when that independence l.'r.r tor t ho u, s
MANILA. Sept. -t..(ny Tho As
eoclatcd Presi.) Condrmition. by
Govornor Harrison upon the arrival
here a few days aso ot his recom
mendations that, in the event that
independence is grantod to tho
Phiilnninpa. restrictions such
were provided in tho case of Cuba
by tho Piatt amendment be embodi
ed In the liberating act and result
ing treaty, has, contrary to expec
tations, arousetl practically no hos
tile comment among the Filipinos.
.Tlio native press is remarkably,
silent on the attitude of the chief
executive. The opposition paper,
representing the "Partido Demo
crata." contents itself with pointing
out that tho attitude ot tho gover
nor Is undoubtedly approved by the
Kaclonalista pirty leaders, and,
after all, was only to be expected.
Tho Nacionalista papers refrain from
nny comment whatsoever, favorable
Governor Harrison's statement
upon his arrival here, as carried by
thi local presH is as follews:
"The recommendation that early
independence be given the Phili
ppines under an arrangement simi
lar to the Piatt amendment for Cuba
was made by me officially as governor-general
ot the islands and i3 al
so my personal recommendation.
The recommendation, and this point
I took pains to make clear to Con-'j
gress, was not presented by me as
representing tho opinion of the
Filipino people nor as representing
that of my superiors.
"Naturally I am not In a position
to come back with any promises as
to a dqte for the granting of inde
pendence," continued tho governor
rk-n..n which Includes tho coiimiun
J of the second congressional district,
states that ho will need about 11
.enumerators for Klamath county.
Applications or requests for appli
cation forms should ho sent to him
Immediately. His nddross is Wasco,
Oregon. As a test of tholr fitness
!for tho work applicants will bo ro-
j quired to 1111 out n sample schedule
I i ni i... .till notified ot tho time
Tho director of tho census, Hon. ajjd placo or tho lcst So far ,l8
Sam L. Rogers, announces that SO,-' practicable tho placo selected will
000 enumerators will oo neeueu hi ue one which i v; ..v .-
Va ihu nnrt census. Tho worK
begins on January 2 and will last
.i.n., turn nrniks in cities, and a
Two foot Is tho usual strldo of
.. f.-IM. lint whnn tho bird Is
Ull . -"
nnd begins to run it
.,. - .nA tn i-iirnl lllfltricts.l nlnrmml
r...- o wtti varv. donendingi chances its mincing strldo for n
unon the locality nnd character of foot stops, which carry It over tho
tho district to be canvassed, 'i no ground at a raio oi -v
.vnrn n-tv nnr enumerator at the hour.
census of 1910 was about $70. At
this coming consus It will probably
be not less than $100
Football Is almost as popular In
Ourina as it is In England and in
........... in..in.,n. nn.i rnliable. America. Tho natives play tho game
2i;viu. imwi.,v. .- .
men and women, not less than
years of age, aro
n:r .i!i! Director Itogors. "anrt.i
In a sense, this Is a call for volun
teers. The importance of a com-jr
plete and reliable census, especially
in these critical times whon moro
than ever beforo perhaps we need
complete data regarding population,
conditions tendencies, and resources,
can hardly be over emphasized. Tlioi
reorganization of the social and oco-,
nomlc structure and the readjust-'
ment of International relations ne
cessitated by the war must be based
on.accurato knowledge If we aro to
act wisely and deal Justly with all(
classej and all interests. It is hoped, i
therefore, that public-spirited, ener
getic peoplo throughout the country
will volunteer to act as census enum
erators even tnougn mey ma) ""-.
care for the positions so far as thot
Driscoe car $475 at Howie's. Just
giving it away. 24-2t
lg with bare reel.
! iHODIiH VEIL AND HAT
Jar . V' " ' . ; VBL
IKS .- 'i mM.
I X8R8&JK(I &
I i XW.-
'jpi rr h 1 ! nii
Tho tolllour Is what Amerlcn
women havo always looked for. It
means "that one host suit' ult
ablo for most any occasion. Thlo
ono In tho now victory hluo duvo
tyn Is trimmed with bands or
fur. The skirt contrives pockets
In a yoke effect to bo different,
whllo a smart turban with crown
of mr.tty colored flowers adds a
touch of eitvflty. says Fashion Art.
HiUf-prlro snlo on lMcr lMn.no
iimslc I. It. 8. oxri'ptwl, at Karl
Fifty-two dlfforont varletlos of
oak grow In Asia Minor and half of
thoso aro to bo found In no other
partB of tho world.
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toliliuu iiiiIcm (In) nip) Irt at 'llio!
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I.WMtfllK lll'I'UHl OIIK'O "i tllUH'K
Flrnt lliiiitlnt Church, cornur Wash-
Ington nnd i:ighth.
l Hunduy Hcimol at 10 n. in.. C. It.
Pruachlng nt 11 a. in.
I'm) or Hurvivu WudnoHduy nt S P. M.
Kvory socond mill fourth Wudnosdny
ovonliiK will bu duvotud to inlnaluiiary
U. Y. P. U. Sunday ovoning at 8
n in A mnllftl Invltntlnn ia nitond-
od to nil to nttond thoao Horvlcci.
Sacred Heart Churcn, cornor 8th
and High HtrooU. Hov. Hugh J. Mar
Chlldrun'A Mass at 8.00
Adult's Mann ul 10.30.
..veiling Hcrvlcu ut 7.00 p. m.
VI rat Prnahvtnrian Church. Corner
3rd and I'lno. Uov. B. P. Lawrcnc.
MlnUtor 437 Third Street, Phono
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Mornlnr Worshlt) 11 U. 111.. MUD-
Juct "Not Vours, but You."
Mr. wells, director iil 1110 rirai
Prosbytorlau Church of l'ortland,
...in iitnv 11 vlnlln aiiln at this Hurvlco.
and will accompany tho uonKroK"-
tlonnl singing wun 111s vioun m uio'
evening. , , i
KvuhliiK Service 8 p. 111. Subject
"Call to Sorvlco." "Iluwtlu A World
Problem," will bo shown In inolng
pictures. ThlH Is n lied Cross prcH-j
ontallon of tho turmoil In Interior of,
Russia. It will bo worth whllo to
seu It nnd hear the musuago.
A ftinllnl liivltnllnn Is uxtuudod to
any w ho havo no other cllMrch homo
to worship with us.
1 iitiwirim u.irvl.'PH wilt bo held at
Library hall, corner Third and Main,
conducted by Uov. M. C. Ilossmun,
pastor, nt 11 a. in.
Sunday school nt 10:15 a. in.
Sermon by tho Uov. Jul. Huclit
bauson of Tncomn, Washington.
All nro cordially Invited to wor
ship with us.
M' K Worsliinnti, A f1. . F0I
"' Worship nt u oi
I "ill"" i-jiRiienntfi an, ,n'M
miiu.hii. 1 " ...""" yv m
' "" III U 30 11 m
i:tfiniiK f imrcb 8nrico 1 so.
ITaji-r iniinlliie U'l.',!'!1..
lug nt 7 .10 11 , f eren-
A I lllc (..lilhilly Imltcd tOBltll,
1,1 " ' 'M'lho.lUiChwhtt
. Tho joung .,ooP.0 can aITv..
tliun spend tin hour with tho i.
ri...i 1. Jo 10 7 30 J1, ffe
1' i. each Sun.
l-'lrst ClirUtlnii Church MB,
Ninth and Pl.u, stroot. a V tS?
liln. Ilnulur ' f ' "IB'
Sunday Srhool, 10 A. M.
Sormon 11 a. m.
Christian Knilniinii .
Prayer uiroiliiR Wcdnoida eta.
lug at 8 p. m.
C. F. Trirablo. I'utor
Kmnnuol llnptlut Church, EImmH
and High streoU.
Sunday School 10,00 a. m.
Young peoples nicotinic at 7 p ,
Prayer mootliif. ovnrv Wmtnix.. .
7:30 p.m. 'w
Womans Home and Forelm 1C.
lonary Society moot flrat Thwuto
of each month.
You aro Invited to tkota itrrlttt
Til 11 Hhrliitlnn Hctni Qu.1.1. .1
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Klamath KnIU lioltls services it HI
Fourth stroot nvory BmAij morsuti
at 11 o'clock and orory WednmHr
ovenlng at 7 30. All aro welcome.
Tho Mtihjcct ot leiiann for Bondi;,
"Probation after Doath"
Tlin Rtimlnv arhnnl iiAititiiin ft fmm
9:45 to 10:45 ovory Sunday mornlnc
Tho free rending room and fro
londlng library Is open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays ud
See Shepherd's used pbonotrapli
cash bargains. Ull
In Mexico the school children ut
given dully Icsmoiir in politeness mi
nro taught to utter all manner ol
ir y" Z jSSi
-i 2i:s&gmMm ' ir
I &3IPiL' I JJ Wi'''"ri7J!5llS?MK I
A pleasing effect for driving or
street wear this fall. Tho veil Is
dotted with a fine mesh.
Briscoe car $475 at Howie's. Just
giving It away. 24-2t
Let Me Do Your
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
WHEN YOU. WAKE
' UP DRINK GLASS.
OF HOT WATER
Wash the pslsons and toxins from
system before putting moro
food Into stomach.
Says Inside bathing make3 any-
one look and feel clean,
ewcet and refreshed.
NOTICE TO SHEEP MEN
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE
FOR SCABIES, TICKS OR LICE ON SHEEP
The Dip recommended, and recognized by the
United States Bureau of Aniinal Industry in Offi
cial Dipping of both Sheep and Cattle for scabies.
IN STOCK AND READY FOR IMMEDIATE
Secure Your Requirements of Us
errif! Mercantile Co.'
Wa8i yourself on tho Inside before
breakfast like you do on tho outsldo.
This Is vastly more Important because
the skin pore3 do not absorb Impuri
ties nto ihe blood, causing illness,
while the bowels pores do.
For every ounce of food and drink
taken Into the stomach, nearly an
ounce of waste material must bo car-
I rled out of the body. If this wasto ma
terial Is not eliminated day by day it
! quickly ferments artd generates pbls-
ions, gases and toxins which aro ab-
...... c.oifwi Inln tlir. hlnrwl nirmirn
I itKll UUU Ul DUUI1I.U Hiw ...w W.V.U.. ....-.-.
through tho lymph ducts which should
suck only nourishment to sustain tho
A splendid health measuro la to
! drink, beforo breakfast each day, a
jglahf. of real hot water with a tea
iipoonful of limestone phosphnto In It,
1 which Js a harmless way to wash these
I poisons, gases and toxins from tho
3tomach, liver, kidneys and bowels;
Important to keep cloan nnd puro on
thus cleansing, uweetenlng and fresh-'
enlng tho ontlro airmontaiy canal he
roic putting moro food Into tho stom
ach. A quartor pound of limestone phoa
phato costs but very llttlo at tho drug
store, but is sufficient to mako anyone
an enthusiast on inside bathing. Men
. in. .. .1..I1 Mnl.lnr. Iinnil s.r
wane up wuu uuii, uvi.n.ib .ivuu
have furred tongue, bad tusto, nasty
breath, sallow complexion; others who
havo bilious attacks, acid etomach or
constipation aro nssured of pronounced
Improvement In both health ana up
pearanco shortly. Adv.
When you have vour work done withjnasta
Sand you know you have the best jherejs