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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
' N,)v"Mnr.n )r ,
1 II 1
The Evening Herald
' Published dally except San day by
fae Herald Publishing Company of
Kumam Fans, at HE Fourth street.
Entered at the, postotflce at Klam-
Ma Falls, ore., for transmission thru
the ttalls as second-class matter.
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ftddreta la the United States:
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Member of the Associated Preas
The Associated Press Is exclusively
Btltled to the use for republication
of all news dispatches credited to It
or not otherwise- credited In this pa
per,, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatohes herein aro also reserT
MONDAY, NOVEMBER IT, 1B1B
BY THE H. C. L
LONDON, Oct. 11. (Correspond
ence Associated Press). Several
members of the royal family have
been setting an example In tho mat
ter of economy. With the exception
of King George, all of them are
subject to taxation in precisely the
same manner as any other subject.
It is said that many of them aro
lng it impossible to maintain thejr
finding it Impossible to maintain
their former state.
Some time ago Queen Alexandra
decided to dispense with two of the
three police chauffeurs formerly em
ployed at Marlborough House, and
she has in contemplation other re
ductions. The Princess Christian
also has decided to dispense in fu
ture with all of the male Indoor
servants she employed in the past,
and these are now being replaced by
The latest royal economy Involved
the King's Privy Council, the last
session of which was held at Balm-
' moral Castle, Scotland. It has al
ways been the custom for some of
the councillors and the cleric to go
from London to the councils at Bal
moral, but, owing to the high cost
of travel it was arranged that the
Duke of Connaught, the lord cham
berlain, and Lord) Stamfordham. the
king's secretary, should act and so
obviate the cost of the Journeys to
Manchester Lt " MwB&MMJ MA
n mm ? rmstwi
B ! 1,,,'WUI UiUUIUl)
lK Hc realizing that no detail
tiBBA JL of one s Curb better ex- '
vHlfe3 presses brccdinc than correct- j
HP 1 chosen shoes, invariably ,
V l ask for Nettleton'e.
jM And in so doing they assure i
IJH themselves a distinction in ap-
jV- pearance and reliability in
' Ijr service well worth any diffcr-
m ence in price.
IV Let us fit you with Nettleton
m Shocr the model shown
V above is typical of many ex-
' JM elusive styles.
I SOLD BY THE I
K K K STORE
I III 11111 HI I 1 1 1 1 II
8ELIGER ONLY WEIGHED
M POUNDS GAINS . TWENTY
FIVE FOUNDS TAKING TAN
everybody about It so they may
benefit by my experience."
Teniae Is sold In Klamath Falls
by the Star Drug Co., and In Lorella
by the James Merc, Co. Adv.
At 507 Main Earl Shepherd says,
'Buy music this Christmas." tf
give you, pain
it is because they have do
veloped some defect. The
cause or the
quickly be lo
cated by our
' who wil give
you a deaaoa
' advice free.'
He know ,
in the famous
Method ef Feet Correctioi.
No matter where or how your
feet ache, hurt or bum, or if they
feel tender and ore, there U a
eientifiq corrective to give you
i J f I
"I have gained twenty five pounds
In weight since taking Tanlac, and I
feel as fine-as I ever did in my whole
life," said Mrs Edith Sellger. Route
A, Box-306, Portland, Ore., recently,
"Something like two years ago
my stomach began giving me
trouble," she continued, "and from
mat time on my neaitn graauauy
got worse in spite of all' I could do.
I had little or no appetite and what
little I did manage to eat didn't
agree with me but would ferment
and cause gas to form and gave me
such a heavy, uncomfortable feel
ing that I suffered no end of misery.
I had pains Xa. both sides and under
the -shoulder blades, and at times I
was troubled with .headajches and
blinding dizzy spells. I was so ner-
voua that even children playing
around me would completely upset
ive and com
thia on your own
foot and show
you that abao.
is pouible with
out wearing odd.
Iy shaped or
J See him.
We are in position at all
times to fit you properly
with any of Dr. Scholl's
Bradley Shoe Store
727 Main Street
me, and at night I was ioo restless
to ever get a good night's sleep. I
fell off In weight from one hundred
and twenty-five pounds down to
ninety-eight an actual loss of
twenty- seven pounds, and I was in
such a miserable, run down condi
tion i that half the time I was too
weak to move about, and sometime
I would actually break down and
cry over my awful condition
"It looked like I would never be
able to find anything that would do
me any good for I tried medicine
after medicine, but got no relief. ,1
was just about to give up all hope
and resign myself to fate when my
husband and I began to notice in the
papers what Tanlac -was doing for
other people, and at his suggestion
I started taking it. 'i didn't belfeye
it was possible that any medicine
could help anybody as much as Tan
lac helped me. Why, I am not
bothered one bit with any of my old
troubles now. My digestion is per
fect and I can eat Just anything
without having a sign of Indigestion
or gas afterwards. I have almost
forgotten about ever having pains
In my sides and under my shoulder
blades, and I am jnever troubled
with headaches or dizzy spells. My
nerves are In fine condition and cbll-i
BERLIN, Oct. 9. (Correspond
ence the Associated Press). Colo
nel Reinhard, commander of the
Berlin brigade of the National De
fense army, is quoted in the "World's
Stage" as declaring himself a mon
archist. The army officer had de
nied the authenticity of tho Inter
view, but Erich Dombrowskl, of the
"Tagoblatt" avers that ho obtained
tho Interview and that the colonel
"I make no bones of tho fact that
I am a monarchist. Whon one has
served the king and kaiser for 30
years, one suddenly cannot say from
tomorrow I am a republican. That
Is simply Impossible. But do not bo
afraid. I consider It impossible to
resurrect the monarchy for tho time
being. The entente forbids It. But
what can happen In ten years, how.
the conditions may have altered, no
one can tell. Naturally, a royal or
Imperial government, as wo had be
fore the war 'will not do. But a
democratic monarchy is conceivable."
According to tho newspaper's ac
count, Colonel Reinhard then asked
the correspondent his opinion of the
future and agreed with tho news
paper man that military dictatorship
or something similar must come. The
colonel' declared thai a strong gov
ernment must bo established and
that order should bo brought about
by sheer forco If necessary.
"I entered like a thunderstorm,"
said the colonel, "and ordored a few1
leaders shot. It must go that way."
Colonel Reinhard had been accus
ed by a soldier of calling the Gor
man government a rabble and the
new red-gold-black flag, the Jowlsh
colors. When askod by tho Inter
viewer aooui mis, ne is Quoted asl
"Tho Jewish flag is right. -It
turned the hearts of us old soldiers
to see tho white-black-red flag abol
ished in an instant. Under that Hag
which they have simply thrown on
LONDON, Oct. U, (lly Mull. 1 -England
find Wales lmo furnished
n record number (it eases for tho
new term of tho Dlvorvo Court In
October. It Is expected that there
will bo about 2,000 cases, or morn
tluui doublo tho total tor any prev
ious list. About halt these will bo
brought by iooplo of small moans,
who hmu tnkcu advantage of tho
facilities offered by tho ofllclal bur
eau which has boon established
since tho war began to assist the
poor'peoplo in obtaining relief In
tho Divorce Court without going to
tho heavy expense which tho ordl-i
nary proceeduro Involves. j
There has boon n steady Increase j
In tho number of divorce cases nil
tl.ls country slnco tho beginning '
tho war and the problem has boon
recolvtng much public attention, i
Two parties have gr'own up, one fav-
orlug uioro liberal divorce laws,
and tho other decrying tho crowing
number of separations of this kind.
As to tho causo of tho Increase
thcro Is n dlvergonco of opinion.
Ofllclal records show that n larr;o
number of soldtors on returning
from tho war hnto instituted suits
against their wives on tho ground
of infidelity. Tho claim froquontl)
has been made that tho war hns re
sulted In i decided lowering of
moral standards. This Is denied
emphatically by D.FIgur, of a Jlrm
of solicitors, who have more than n
hundred divorce cases upmlng up
In tho noxt torm, and who arc hand
ling about one thousand In various
"Tho Increase In tho number of
divorces is. certainly duu to tho
war," said Mr. Flgur to a repre
sentative of tho. Associated Press,
'but It is absolutely wrong to Bay!
that thcro has been a great slump In
English morals. Undoubtedly thero.
have been many cases of Infidelity i
due to separations incident to tho
war, but this Is not thu main -factor'
In the increase. I
"Tho reason wo nre getting more
divorces Is simply becauso tho war'
has taught both men and women
independence, and has taught thorn
to think. Women have learned thnt
they havo an individuality nnd thnt
thoy can look nftor thomselvcs. Tho
men, too, have como to tako a
broader view of life.
Tho fact that thoro would lmvr
been Just as many divorces beforo
the. war If people .had not been
shackled by lack of lnltlattvo and
fear of channelling conventions of
society.. Tho deslro for dlvorco was
thoro, but instead of taking action
peoplo went on In tho old, unhappy
state. Now, after over four years
of separation, many couples havo
como to a rcllzatlon that they can
bo happier apart. That Is tho
uation In a nutshell."
n-Jcll desserts carry
;ult flavors in ca
cenco form, in vials.
A wealth of fruit juice
is condensed for each des
sert. So you get n fresh
fruit dainty, healthful and
This h Hie new-typo
qulcli cclat' dessert-
live times ns good no tho
Loganberry nnd Pine
apple are two of the best
flavors. Try them.
They're found only in
10'Flavorf, at Your Groctr'a
' 3 Package for 23 Cent 4n
Comminsion &, Auction
,Yh,wm buy hoiianliold fur
nlturu And mor,oltundnK High
ent cash prlcu paid. Hoo
1008 Main tit.
KLAMATH FALLS ,
Marble & Granite Worko
DM) MAIN HT.
t ,VNVVVW' v
J. R DiiscoII
Loomis Bldg. Phone 432
II UU JMntu Ht.
O. K. Lunch
Kormorly ntIIi Main Ht.
Hotiio-Mmto Hen mul Cnlccrt,
Cold MentN & hum It Goods.
Iro Cream ni"l 1'rullH.
1,K- A. iMMDo v
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Wo handle tho llnrlyUvldnoii
MotorcyrloH and lllcyclen KxcIiih
ivcly AUo buy. null und (.xelianr.o
till other Makes, I'oiiiiHyivnniii
nnd Dlnmond Tiros nnd Tubes.
C. i:. 1I1HMAUK
tin 8. Dtli Ht. Klnuinth Knll
)o Open for
M. Item McuJnlch,
301 High SL Phon.4
nm, .. in. .
... rm.uo 177W fa, tm
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
rii)hlrm, mi f,llr8eon
... ,"o IIu lldlne
Livery, Feed and
Day or Night
fmn Trlji-j Our Sni-clnlty
H'2'2 Klnuinth Asa
K. F., Bend Stage
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DK. F. R. GODDARD
OMpopnthlc I'byilclii BtrW)
fliiito 111, I. g. o. r. Twtlt
(otr K. X, k. Itort) '
Phone S3 I ..
(Th only 0topthU Pir
cUu aud Buricton It tiimt
Lot your OlatM Troublort bo My
ItcKlazInK ilonu In any lmrt
ot tho city
n. O. HTUCKY.
Cnrpontor & Cabtuultunyiir
, Phono 77V . 1024 Main.
DR. R. B. CRAVER
Medlclnu ond Surgtr;
Odlco oiur Undcrwooili
, 7th and Mila
Plijhlrlnn nnd Siursen
Olflto, White Uld.
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Moots Friday night of each woolc at
I. 0). O. F. hall, Cth and Main streets.
P. J.Gorcoa , N. O.; Frod Dromor
Secretary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer
ISwaunn Encarapuient No, -IC, I. O
O. F., meota Tuouday night ot each
vronk nt I. O. O. F. hall. Arllo Wor
toI,, C. P.; Nato Ottorholn, Scrlboj
r. L. Fountain Troasuror.
J. c. ci.i:oiiohn
Civil i:nj;lii('cr nud Surx'jor
Oiflco 017 Main 8t. ,
Phono, orrii-c, 1(10. Itt-t. lO'JSI.
MICMCINi: AND SURtDBX
20 G I. O. 0. F. Dldj.
CITY AM) COUNTY AIMTHACT
AIlTHUIt It. WILSON
DR. G. A. MASSEY
HiirrcsHiir to Dr. Trail
Hull i:00. I, O. O. P. Illdf
Ollli-c tihone A0J
IH-s Phono HUM
A strango custom prevail In
Armenia with rog&rd to girls who
hnvn nffftfnnrl tlwill onvntllnnntli
FOR ENGLISH USE year without bolng married or on-
irngod. They aro forced to fajt
threo days; tlion for twenty-four
and thoy aro not permitted to
nuench their thirst.
LONDON, Nov. 17. A committeo
has been appointed by the govern
ment to report on tho advisability of
adopting tho 24-hour method ot ex
pressing tlmo which was put Into ef
fect about twelve years ago in West
orn Canada nnd v which is said to1
havo many advocates In tho United
States. Italy for a long tlmo hag
used tho system find It Is extensively
employed on tho Continent for rail
way, postal and telegraph purposes.
Astronomers always uso It.
O Is tho starting "point oftho 21
hour method, lopreaenting nlld
night. Tho hours aro then counted
as on tho ordinary clock facu op to
12, After tlmt 13 takes tho place
of 1, 14 ot 2, and so on up to 23 and
tho reappearance of zero.
You Had Better Order
Your Winter Wood now
Doublo Load Hloclcs ..$7.00
TAKEN 1JY MISTAKE In Ashland
storo a pair of small boy's ovor-
sbocs. Iloturn to Ashland storo.
Try 'em. Herald Want Ads.
Orci'n Slab, PIup ....' 9.').r0
Oiccii Slab, Fir $.B0
W. E. SEEHORN CO.
8 022 Main St. ' Phono 73
COUA'TV TIlEASUItnU'S NOTIOI-.
dren play as much as thev Dlensn
around mo without disturbing mo I tno dust neaD hundreds of thousands
in tho least. I am sleeping as or soldiers Ho burled in enomy tor
sound aa a child every night., havo "tory,
gained back Just about all my lost
weight and am stronger than I have
been in years. Tanlao was certainly
a blessing to me, and I am so thank
ful for tho way it has restored my
health that I tfaiak Z ought t tell
Notice Is hOroby given that there
aro funds in tho county treasury for
tno redemption or Klamath County
genoral fund warrants protested
(presented for payment hut not
paid for tho want of funds) on or
before Sopt. 2, 1913. No. 30701
protested Sopt. 3, 1913.
Interest on samo will coaso from
, Dated at 'Klamath FaPt, Oregon
this 12 day of Novembor, A I). 1919
O. K. VAN niPEU,
12-5t County Trea3uror
I 'Grade !
I ! Ladies' & Men's '
: H ii'vrlhBjfli?
Phono 4 CO
729 Main St.
Try 'em. Horaio Wat Ada.
Tho Dowager Queen Christina,
mother of tho King of Spain, banks
hor savings with tho flank of Eng
land, and for many years was in tho
habit of sending u special meason
gor from Madrid to London for tho
purposo of making hor doposlts.
Best yet. Herald Want Ads.
MADE TO OltDEIt
7 FINEST MATERIALS
) REST OF WORKMANHniP
) .LATEST STYLES
) PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
J Prices aro cry rensohablo
'Your Inspection invited
Cms. J. Gzek
,511 Malt St.
Jack Monroiv, Prop.
Clguro, Tobacco, Soft Drlnlf.i
Peel unil Illlllnnls
Harbor Shop In oCnnoctlon ,
"Courtesy nnd Service"
Dr. E. G. . Wisecarver
Phono 1G1J Houso
DR. A. A. SOULE
Olllco, 420 Mln
Rojldenco, 1003 Mila
SAW MILL ENOLVEEIUNQ
Designers and, builder! of mod
ern Saw Mills, Plnnlag MilU, B
PIuntH. Complete planU contrw
ed. AppralmiN and rcportt bM
Dredging. Wo contract to WW
any class of n bulldlnj and W
machinery of nny kind.
Drafting of any kind doM. Wae
Prlnti made. PBIH UH
Olllco In K. I- ull"n
Wo Do All Kinds otBprtngm
iiiK New Ones Mads to 0W
Axle Straightening MO
ALL WORK GPABA??,.
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh nnd Main Streets
I am now proparod to furnish
Shasta Baud from tho Hooy. cam.
sand and gravol pit, In any quautltj
that may bo doslrod by contractor
land builders. i
AL F. GRAHAM.
Klamath 1'alU.. OrcBoa
Surety bonds wnlle you 1
poto & SilUW"
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