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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Made for Ii.-mikIi1iii: purpoea Only
Wednesday & Saturday
,ropn(nr Jiim Orchcwtra
MAKCl'KltlTK CLAKK k .
I Huaaaax CUas.' I
I C.Iiii ii I
HAS WON PUCE OF HONOR
She wanted to dope, "but her
Vunny, Its Clival'; I)oa't Mis' It
A Gail Henry Comedy In Two Tarts
-, CIjAKA KIMItAlili YOUNG
i .- Her Own Company
.THE HOAI) THKOUGII THE 1IAKK
A Hig V. Special Comedy
, SUNDAY AX1 MONDAY
- KAKI.E WIlil.IAMS
' ft Also
'; '" Two Keels of Good Comedy
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"Quality" is the Hansen motto;
the quality that combines effi
ciency with style and comfort.
This is why wc sell and endorsa
Come in and let us show you
this Hansenbilt Washable for
semi-dress or general wear. It
is both handsome and durable
and can successfully be washed
in soap and water.
For motoring, driving and work,
there's the right Hansen. Women
and children too, ore provided for
in this "Quality" line. Come in
I ain't mad at nobody
Salvation Army'a Work for Flfly.Four
Yean Recognlicd at Worthy of
the Highest Praise.
Except for tlio wnr the. Snlvntlon
Army would have colebruted Its fiftieth
birthday four years ago, hut there
could hardly have been a belter re
minder of what the nrmy hud dpne
and become In a half century than the
recent award of the Victoria Cross to
three Salvation Army soldiers for their
service In France, Fifty-four years
iibo things were very different ; the
first appearances of the Salvationists
aroused opposition, rowdies tried to
break up the meetings, nml on at least
one occasion members of the future
arpiy were arrested In England as
"disturber of the peace." Originally
simply nn attempt to make converts
by outdoor preaching, the movement
which William Hooth started In July
1SI13, was put on a military basis slid
became the Salvation Army In 1S78,
since which time It has crown from
7o corps In England to about 0,(X0
corps and outposts In more than fiO
countries. The nrmy was otllclally
recognized by King Edward VII when
he received thu founder at ititckliig
hani palace In 1P01; n different yet re
markable "ollleiul recognition" oc
curred quite recently when a tableau
honoring the Salvation Army was made
the climax of- the. current "Zlegfeld
Follies" on II road way.
WOMAN CAN'T RESIST
A Rainbow Comedy in Two Parts
THE ORIENTAIi ROMEO
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYH AND SATURDAYS
DOGS STAND WATCH
OVER MASTER'S IJODV
CANYQNVILLE, Ore., Nov. 1.
Charles Cantillea, who was lost in
the mountains recently while hunt-,
ing, was found dead yesterday. His
three faithful dogs guarded tholr
master's body and searchers H ap
proached with great difficulty1 as tho
dogs tried to keep them off.
The Basis of Our Bet
ter Service Is
After all. no last or com
bination of lasts will tnakO
an ill-fitted shoo comfort
able. And most people can
wear any stylo thoy deslro
If their shoe man knows
how to fit them
That's where our service
wins friends. Wo know
how, and do really flt every
person who buys here.
Speaking of lasts, wo
have some new ones. Be
suro to see them before you
"Leading Shoo Store"
727 Main St., Klumath Fulls
Lives In Old "Pillbox."
A Belgian fnrmer, who has returned
to his shell-shattered fields near I'oel
capelle. has solved his own particular
housing problem by converting nn un
damaged "pillbox" Into a temporary
home for himself and family. "Pillbox"
was always an unfortunate nnd mis
leading name for concrete forts. Near
ly all of them were rectnngulur and
contained four or more lurgo rooms.
Very little work would be required to
turn them Into comfortable and even
lasting homes. Some near Boeslnghe
are already being fitted up ns cafes,
In anticipation of tourist parties which
will throng the hnttlefittlds us soon
ns passports and travel restrictions
will ho relaxed.
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A Christmas Piano Now
t It it K
Get your piano before the ground is covered with
Ice, snow and sleet.
If you prefer a used piano, wo have several at less
money and 'on, smaller payments.
Anyway, don't piit'off buying until you have Investi
gated at Earl Shepherd's.
EARL SHEPHERD CO. "
f ' ' . "MUSIC" .
That's Our Business Exclusively
SUFFERED FOR OTHER'S SIN
Pathetic Story Told as an Example of
the Peril That Llei in
A. R. Hnwley, president of the Aero
club, told In New York tho other day
nn Inefficiency story.
"Beware tho Inefficient man," Jm
said, "for If you have dealings with
him It Is you, not he, that will sirftar
from his luetllcleucy.
"A foreigner In outlandish RTrfb
claiming to be an Armenian enme here
to solicit funds Inst year for his com
patriots. It happened that ntienhcr
Armenlnn was nrrested at the time.
nnd the first chap was asked ti f,'o to
court and act as his Interpreter.
"Well, ho reluctantly consented to
net, though the truth was that e knew
no Armenlnn whatever. Anyhow he
stalked Into the courtroom, llitened In
grave silence to the prlsorer's pas
sionate protestations of Inncc.mcc; nnd
then turned to the Judge awl xald with
n low bow.
"'Your honor, my compitrlnt has
confessed nil. lie begs yon. however,
to be lenient for suffering Armenia's
"The Judge thanked tbo Interpreter
warmly for bis services, and then sen
tenced the Innocent prisoner to fire
years' hard lnbor."
London Now Leu Noisy.
Middle-aged Londoners who went to
and fro in tho capital In the sixties
and seventies merely smile when we
ask If London could possibly bo nois
ier tlir.n It Is at thi present day.
For they say It Was a far noisier
place then, when nearly alt the main
streets were granite paved nnd all the
wheels of the vehicles Iron bound.
There was a cont'nuous roar then to
which the present day bound Is
One such Lonroner says ho often
heard In the old days the ro.ir of Lon
don's traffic from ns far away a spot
as the Crystal I'ulace pnrode. The
sound was like that of contluunl very
distant thund-T. lie has many time
In recent ycuri listened for the sound
from the same spot, but hns never
heard It. London Chronicle.
Conr.n Doyle's "Familiar." v
Sir Arthur Coiinn boyle's "fninlllnr"
proved of very prnct-nl nsslstnnce'to
him the other ilny.
The pentor of "Sherlock HolmesP
walked Into his study, nnd after somo
Indecision drifted over to the waste
paper basket, plunged his arm Into the
litter, nnd cxtrnrted n valuable wnr
office document relating to the history
of the war! It hnd blown from the
table Into the basket.
"I've never done such a thing be
foie," said Sir Arthur, In narrating the
circumstances, nnd the unusual course
W nctlon which he followed with such
good results he attributes wholly to
the promptings of his "familiar."
i Star Tuberculosis Patient.
. James, age seven, Is a. patient III
Sunnyside and enme Into the city for
tonsillotomy. While In one of the
hospitals overnight James could not
sleep because he missed his sleeping
porch, so ho called the nurse and)
pleaded his case (for air).
Tho weather was zero and the nurse
explained as much to .Tames and
thinking she hnd satisfied his mind
she left him, but no sooner hnd she
gone than James became restless for
his old haunts and called her. Again
she refused to open the window and
James, who Is n "star care taker,"
proved his mettle; he threw his shoe
through tho window pane. Iudlanup-
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oninaiown macs jo. ,jg
The transforming of Chinatown thfft
has been In progress for n decade has
Anally thrust Its Americanizing Influ
ences Into the Chinese temple In Mott
street with the result that the Josf
and lesser idols have been relegated
to a dusty closet. For years the Joss
was one of the attractions of China
town nnd every well-conducted party
was led before the Idol that occupied
a prominent position tn the council ball
' A .
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Women can't resist thumi n.rs
-but they tho furs aro fash
oned and built to ruvlst winter
ueoxes therefore oppOMlUs como
ocother At tho top n capo of
mole combines both fashion nnd
varm'h within Its pelts; second
from tho top Is u neckpiece of
'.'.inndlnn martin aullable for nit
ccnslonH. Third from tho top Is
the popular dark uuturnl blue fox
mnde Into a scarf thnt mot alt
women admit to bo the munt prac
tical piece of fur sets. At tho bot
tom a bit of dross up fineness,
un ertulno neckpiece that lm'v
lakes oi.oji breath away uud ? i
tBOl joy. '
Conquered Desert Sand.
The British adopted n giant "snow
shoe" to conquer ,tho sunds of the
Egyptian desert, nccordlng to MnJ.
John Haiti of tho British army, who
served In the near East. The scheme,
which wns bused on the samo theory
that caused tho Indian to adopt tha
snowshoe, wns discovered while the
army was marching to Palestine. The
fine sands impeded both tho Infantry
and horses, so that a day's march
never resulted In much more than a
two or three mllo advance.
"Finally some Inventive genius tried
laying rather close-meshed chicken
wire on tho sands." sold Major Rain.
"Tho Tommies were thus given some
thing that didn't yield so readily as the
soft sands, and the horses got u better
footing. Immediately wo fount! thnt
much greater progress was made, nnd
our advances soon amounted to nine
nd ten miles a day."
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SOMETHING NEW I
A $10,000 Life Insurance Which Conln
A clause which requlrim no further prainhm,
L,.,:5".,.,.,"-p"",.mJi,A"ii,y ""i. uf di';!,, ",cA'i,cr..,
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reaching iiku 00.)
A clause which provides that In the ovnni i .
Ity, should It occur hofoi,. you "Xl, ' SSrin,w dbili
Incomii of 1.000 per year every "" 7",B " Wu rec H
thon $10,000 to your widow a, art ,',,?," St 17,7
A cliiUMo which provldim that your family nlmii .. ,
Instead or SIO.OQO In case you Ion" yo,,r LC 5lro 2.H
ilont nnd death occura within
u iuhii your IIku ihrn...Vv,v"
Ilou of $30,000 lii ii lump niiui. Jlo.ooo X.7: Or. h
and an additional $12,000 will , 'paid I i ?,F,1ld
twenty yearn to your liunoflclitrlim $22,000 In Ii J"0'
limit) " (No in
The above contract can be written for
more or le
lU.ntmnnn Ri, c u: i- ., .. v
... h,. w,v. v u. u..s poncy is me Mutual Life
Insurance Company of New York, the oldest life
insurance company in America, with assets of SfiU
Geo. C. Ulrich, District 1,
The Mutual Life Insurance Company
nf New York
Olllco over tho First Slate and Havings Hunk, Klamath r'alli, Orfjoi
A. F. Graham
Shasta Sand Used
, We must linvo nioro rooin. Cro
and see tho many good thlnp n
i am offering at bargain prices. Tn
con then see how wo are trytox ti
squash thu high cot of llrlnj. So
us at 201 Sixth atrcet. corner i
I Klamath avenue, at 10 a. ra. Xof
eiuiiur isi. jj.i
Beat yot. Herald Want Ads.
Skid Chains made to or
der wth patent safety
features. The best to
be had. At
0. K. SHOP
D. A KENY0N
Sixth and Plum
JAl'H IlKADY TO QUIT
TAKING I'lCTUKK UIMDKM
SAN FHANCI8CO, Cal., Nov. I,
Tho Japanese Association of Amer
ica, representltiK 10.000 Jupuuuso In
Callfornln, has sunt resolutions to
the tho Jupuneso iioverumont, ro
qucstliiK that the practice of Import
ing' picture brides' ,1ft) stopped. A
cony of tho resolution wanton' I
to tho United States state depirt-
Host yot. Horald Want Ads.
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Rtrlkos, flood and wasto nro
hlh spots of nowa ovents for tho t"
wooic. Tho nood plnturo In an ot
fluslvn photo nf tho tnrrlblo liavoo
wrounht at Corpus Chrtutl, Toxa-ii
w7ion tho hurrenno lushed j;nlr
waters virtually nulimorjjod t.lo
town, moulting In heavy lorn of
Wo. Onlvoston, Drownavllln nnd
many othor towns also suiTorod
Iminonbo losses. Tho strlko pic
ture Is from Gary, Ind whore
uteol, mill workers by tho thou
a&Uo are out on strike, noth
iel worker leadfiri tad st! mill
w im iV,
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to tho nis". -"-dl '0f w
turn show. tboM"wr,.
rottlnc and roBtinB ,rd v
storaRQ t ePbo8aev
whoro thoy have o m .
truck and pausengor 5 ri.49,i.
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braska U tnrn ti, jr
of tuo temple. New xoru Times.
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