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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
1 BAD EFFECT OF
I ILK SHORTAGE
Why Not A
Trunk, Suit Case of Bag for Xmas?
Something that you need every day of
the year. See the new styles we have
Exclusive on Belber Luggage
LONDON. Nov. If..- (Hy Mult).
Miss Uuth Fly. secretary ot tlm
Friends' War Victim Ilollof tnlanlon,
drnws nu iinptulliiK llcturo of llu
'effects ot tho ittiurtaKO of milk on tho
thcnlth of tho children In Vienna.
j "I lmvo recently nulit n visit to'
Vienna." alio 8Uh. "nnd therefere:
hnd special opportunities for obtain-'
Ini; Information. , i
j "Uvea tho trtiRlc stnto of Lille,
i after tho withdrawal of tho Hermann
when CO per cent of the childron
were found to be underslted and 40
per cent tuberculosa, was not to Ur-
jrlhlo as that of Vienna, now a city
01 .,tUU,UUU lUUUUliaiilB, n iii-ru uuu
never sees a normal child in the,
'litveeta; v.here practically all tho
children of tho wage earners are
understood, practically all under 3
years sulterlnit from 'rickets, and n
laru proportion of older children
tuberculosis, which has reached the
ciifruitnf frmti tmth rldfuta nml
proportions of a dangerous epidemic.
"This Rlmstly state of affairs Is j
tho direct result of malnutrition and,!
nbovo all, ot tho absence ot milk.
In Vienna, milk is reserved for ln-
fauts under 1 year, nnd tho most!
serious cases ot illness. But in many
cases even tho pint of milk allowed
has to bo cut down one-half."
After describing some ot the of-i
fects of tho shortage of mill; In tier
many, whero the conditions are much
better than in Austria, Miss Fry asks: ,
a "Could not measures be Introcluc-,
cd in theso countries "which have not
yet ndopted them, whereby healthy
adults should bo called on to make a
sacrifice in tho interests of tho chil
dren, not only ot tholr own coun-,
tries, but of allied and enemy coun
tries as woll? Tho surplus milk
j could then bo dried or condensed
lfor oxport. I
j "So long as serious shortago ov
ists anywhoro, milk should be r'-'
sorved ovorywhoro for thoso whoso
future health and strength depend
' on it. Thn health of thn nnxt irnn-
! oration," she says In conclusion, "is'
an international question." '
Dry Goods Store
WHERE THE LADIES SHOP
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Phone 465. 123 Main St.
LONDON, Oct. 16. (Correspon
iaece the Associated Press.) Can
am Peter Green, rector of St. Phil
ips, Salford, baa refused the bishop
Tid of Lincoln because he Is opposed
to bishops living in big houses (pal
aces they are styled) and receiving
"I have a very strong ideal of
what a bishop's life should be," be
aT8, and there la a big battle to be
Sought in the future on the question
t bishop's palaces and incomes. ,
"No one recognizes more fully
than I do, that many of the bishops
are poorer as such than they were
before they accepted the office, but
that does not alter the fact that tho
bishops' palaces, motor cars, and
bishop's incomes are a real stumb
ling block to the working man in ac
As Bishop of Lincoln he would
have received 4,200 pounds a year
and would have been expected to live
i; to It.
RYDE, Isle of Wight, Nor. 10,
(By Mail.) Hundreds of cattle
have been slaughtered in the Isle of
Wight in an effort to stamp out an
epidemic of the foot, and mouth
Make It a
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GLASS OF SALTS
Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Wash Satin Waists
LATEST WAISTS AND IN THE NEWEST OF STYLUS cam
HEHE. Georgette. Crepe de Chine and Wash Satin Waists, in find,
, apricot, maze and yellow. All sizes from 3(5 to 40. $7.50 tb $21.50
TaiTeta in black and navy blub.
$6.95 Special $6.95
Georgette, Crepe de Chine Waists in all
colors. No phone or mail orders. No
waists exchanged at this sale.
Wo hnvo nn exclusive lino of Skirts In many pnttorns
and tho Inist word In ntylti. Many plnldB, stripes ami
olid rolorH In blun, black, nuvy blue and plum. A
si,li:nuii link ov plaids.
Huro you will I) mi Just tho thine you have bven look
ing for. SI :i.."0 mid up.
your Back hurtu or Hliuldcr
bothers you, drink lots
When your kidneys hurt and your
back feels sore, don t get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with
a lot .of drugs that excite tho kid
neys and irritato tho entire urinary
tract. Kcopyour kldnoys clean like
you keep your bowels clean, by flush
ing tnem with a mild, harmless salts
which removes tho body's urinous
waste and stimulates them to their
normal activity. The function of the
kidneys is to filter the blood. In 24
hours they strain from It COO grams
of acid and waste, so we can readily
understand tho vital importance of
keeping the kidneys active.
Drink lots of water you can't
drink too much; also get from any
pharmacist about four ounces of Jad
Salts; take a tablcspoonful in a glass
of water before breakfast each morn
ing for a few days and your khlnovH
will act fine. This famous salts 1st
in a do from the acid ol grapes nnd !
lemon Juice, coblned with lithla, Unci
has been used for generations to I
clean and stimulate clogged kidneys;
also to neutralize the acids In urine
so it no longer Is a source of irrita
tion, thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is Inexpensive; cannot
injuries; makes a dellebtful otferves-
cent llthla-water drink which every
one should take now and then to
keep their kldnoys clean and active.
Try this, also keop up tho water
drinking, and no doubt you will won
der what bocamo of your kidney
trouble nnd backache.
A camera is the gift that lasts the year around
a'nd is remembered as often as it is used. Give
the youngsters a camera, a' little box camera
does not cost much and provides them with the ,
joy that nothing else can equal. A bigger cam
era for the larger and older children or just a
camera "between friends." We sell the best in
the country and in all sizes and market prices.
If you are troubled with . sine ot
achea; feel tired; have ticadache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
age of urine, you will fin J relief in
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