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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1919)
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For the benefit of those who do not care to
prepare an elaborate dinner at home, the Rex Cafe
will serve a special Thanksgiving dinner that will
Fresh Olympla Oyster Cocktail
Celery. Heats Salted Almond
Turkey fiTimbo Soup
Filet of Sole, Tomato Sauce
, (Pommes Parisiene)
Special Fruit Salad with Whipped Cream
Stuffed Klamath Turkey with Chestnut Dressing. Giblet Gravy
Candied Sweet Potatoes Sifted Peas
STANFOKO I'NIVKKSITY, Onl..
Nor. 25. "This Institution muni
chose before Ions whether It will
continue ItH present nystcm of ed
ucation or devote itself to higher ed
ucation only," Bald David Stnrr Jor
dan, chancellor emeritus of Stan
ford University, speaking of Stan
ford before a meeting of the Cosmo
politan Club here recently.
Dr. Jordan said it is his wish to
sec Stanford specialize in higher ed
ucation, lly this plan, the first two
years of preliminary work, may bo
taken elsewhere, preferably at a
Choice of Hot Mince Pie, Pumpkin Pie. Fruit Cake,
English Plum Pudding, hard and a (iue sauce
We will also serve our regular popular-priced
dinner menu, so those who do not care for the spe
cial dinner can find a spledid dinner to suit their
taste and pocketbook.
Very Much Convalnecnt.
Helen 1 1 ml the whooping cough, and
, ho was nut Invited to her little friend
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Miirgnrei h lummii? imiij. iiunimi "-
r INt lin'liuleil nil the other children In
I the neighborhood. On the morning of
! the ulTiilr the teleiluiiie clrl might have
Li' uterlieiird the following conversatien:
"Hello, I thlN Murcaret llllllleld's
"I tliN you Margaret?"
"Yet. Who Is thlsr
I "ThN Ih Helen Marten. Yon are
I coin:; to hate a birthday party today,
I "Well. day. Margaret. I'm all over
the whooping couch now."
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Governor Calvin CooIldiJe of Masfui
SALT LAKE CITY. Utah, Nor 25
A resolution urging the national
day of Thanksgiving bo changed
from the last Thursday in Novem
ber to November 11, Armistice Day,
wad adopted recently by the Utah
The association in its resolution
said it believed that no greater
occasion has arisen since the sign
Jing of the Declaration of Indepen
dence for the giving of thanks nor
i that there could be a greater reason
jfor the giving of thanks than the
signing af the declaration of Jttie
peace of the world."
I Other state industrial organi
sations have been asked by the as
sociation to approve their action.
PAYS TO STAY IN SCHOOL
! 'The coming year will mark the
1 'semi-centennial of the founding of
The Japanese cultivate chrysan- the foremost public art galleries In
themums In 269 varieties of colors, merica the Metropolitan Museum
Of these, 87 are white, 63 yellow, of Art in New York, the Museum of
32 purple, 31 pink, 30 red, 12 rus- Fine Arts in Boston and the Corco
set and 14 of mixed hues. - 'ran Gallery of Art in Washington.
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No matter at what speed you shave with a
Gem Damaskeene Razor it leaves your fact
oc4 and refreshed.
That' became the Gem has .a soft, comfortable, velvet
.like feel and does such smooth, clean-cut work.
We sell the complete Gem Damaskeene Razor outfit for $1.
The outfit includes the razor, seven Gem Damaskeene
.Blades, shaving and stropping handle all in a band
come leather case.
Enjoy the comfort ofsvelveMmooth self-shaving.
Ctmt in and get your Gem to-day I,
BALDWIN HARDWARE CO.
'The Houie of Quality"
Fact Shown in Dollars and Cents by
Flflure Complied by Bureau of
The value of staying at sch'l M
stated n dollars and cent In flKiires
ret-ently compiled by the hurrau of
education am! distributed to boys and
girls throughout the country by the
From a study of a large number
of actual ense-t It has been found that
at twenty-five years of age the boy
who remained In school until he wan
eighteen had received S'J.OOO more sal
ary than the boy who left school at
fourteen, and that the better-educated
youth was then receiving more than
$000 a year more In pay.
'This U equivalent to an Investment
of $18,000 at 5 per cent." the state
ment snld. "Can a boy Increase his
capital as fast in any other way?
"From this time on the salary of
the better-educated boy will rise still
more rapidly, while the earnings of the
boy who left school at fourteen will
Increase but little."
Origin of "Tendirloln."
The naive "tenderloin" was origi
nally applied In New York city to the
nineteenth poller precinct. The credit
of naming It Is attributed to Capt. Alexander-Williams,
who was placed In
command or the precinct September
.TO. 1H7H. When ho took charge he
mis asked lww he liked the change.
"Cireat." whs the response. "I've
come from a rump district (an east
side district) to the tenderloin." and
tenderloin It ban remained ever since.
The newspapers of other cities soon
followed the example of the New York
journals In so deslgimtlug similar dis
tricts of their own cities.
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and I. Learning It Fronuho Boltom Ud
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The Green Sawyer.
fJen. Marlborough Churchill was
talking In Washington nbout the work
of the intelligence department, of
which he Is the head.
"It Is delicate work." flen. Marl
borough Churchill said. "work, that re
quires experience. The Inexperienced
Intelligence officer and we had a lot
of him during the war Is apt to be
ulxut as useful as the young college
man In the lumber camp.
"This college man was set to work j
on a cross-saw with an old-stngcr. He
sawed pretty well for nn hour or so. j
and then his strength gave out. Still ,
he kept on. or tried to keep on, but
all of n siulilen the old-stager stopped. ,
"'Son.' he said, 'I don t mind yer
rldln' on the saw, but If It's Jest the
same to you. I'll ast ye to keep your
feet off the ground.' "
The following advertisement ap
peared in the Birmingham press In
April, 1S00: Thirty guineas rewnnl.
Whereas n malicious and unfounded
report having been Industrially propa
gated (tending to Injure the charades s
of .Tames, John and Thomas Colllngs),
stating thnt each have nt times ap
peared in disguised Habit (represent
ing the devil) with an Intent to extort
money from the fearful, whoever cr.n
discover the author of this report shall
receive the above named by applying
to James Colllngs, Cottage lane, near
the sand pita, Birmingham, April 14,
It Is claimed for Mr. Tlmmlns, the
Shakespearean scholar who haa Just
died, thnt at the age of twenty-one he
recited the whole of "Hamlet" from
memory. Among the professional re
citers such a feat would not be re
garded as very, remarkable.
The late Samuel Brandrara knew
T)y heart practically the whole of
Shakespeare, and Shakespeare was
only one of,'hls.many,fav6rltes.
In, his "Nights .With the Poets and
HfinorJaU". Brandram .drew from all
sources, read nothing and was never
known to forget a line. London Chrea-Icle.
An Endless Chain.
("We,re very unsettled In our flat,'
a(il the worried-looking man at the
"What's the trouble?" asked bis
"Well, our children keep the next
door neighbors awake, so they pass
the time by playing the piano; that
makes the pet dog next doer to them
bark, and thakeepa the children nxt
door, awaken and there's sq mtch noise
through the, building, th'at'iher no
chance. nt ail of our children going to
Our Profit from
The American Public does not believe all it reads.
It insists on being shown.
When Swift & Company says its profits are only
a fraction of a cent per pound, many believe we are
not telling the whole story that there are hidden
Here Are The Facts:
Our net profit on our entire business for the year
1918 amounted to only 1.76 cents per dollar of sales,
or less than one-half cent per pound, and
1. Included profits from hides and all other
2. Included profits from all sundry side-lines.
3. Included profits on all subsidiary corporations. .
4. To cum up it included the entire profit from
every source of revenue in which
Swift & Company has any interest
There are no other profits.
Furthermore our accounts have been checked and
certified annually by leading public accounting firms.
Swift & Company is sincerely trying to get the
facts before the public. If you have any questions re
garding our business write us and we will do our
best to answer them. In discussing' the packing
business be sure you have the facts and that you are
not unintentionally spreading misinformation.
If you get the facts we have no doubt as to
Use Red Cross
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
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