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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Store Opens at 8:JH) A. M.
Closes at G P. M. Week Days
When you select a Rubber,
which is a necessity in wet
and stormy weather, you
. want one you can depend
.upon. Our Rubber Goods
are of superior quality and
guaranteed for wear.
In buying and handling nibbers and rubber goods
we endeavored to get the best in quality, also get
ting them at the best price. In this wet weather a
person should wear rubbers to keep the feet dry so
as to prevent sickness. We cany a full and com
plete line of men's and boys' rubbers.
We also handle a splendid quality of oil and rain
Things essential for the wet weather we have them.
K. Sugar man
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
Sat Store Opens at 8:30 A. M.
Closes 9:00 P. M. Sat.
PAINS HIT HARD
Rfttft RlfVln'a f tnlmn rmiflif tn9
j tboM sudden rheumatic
' twinge i
DONT let that rheumatic pain
or ache find you without Sloan's
Liniment again. Keep It handy
a the medicine cabinet for immediate
Wn when needed. If you ore out of
now, pet another bottle today, o
j you on t suffer any longer tlinn'ncc
I twry when a pain or ache attacks you.
I Apply it without rubbing"- for It
taetraUt,-civlng prompt relief of
i "Mia, lumbago, neuralgia, lamcnuo,
I wentu, sprains, strains, bruise. Be
,All druggists 33c, 70c., $1.40.
IlIO DE JANEIRO, Nov. 8. (By
Mall). Letters received in Porto
tAIeero from Gorman firms In Ham-
Bet yet. Herald Want Ads.
We can do your
work and do it
We have opened a
522-538 S. Sixth St.
jnd we are going to
Jfve a repair depart
ment that, will be sec
ond to none. We will
J all kinds of auto,
"uck and tractor repair-
and the charge will
Jf such as to make you
Rd you came, and
JJjng you back. We just
"ski for one trial. -
J-.H. Garrett & Son
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PHOENIX, Aril., Dec. 2. A ' "ure ' iuiu.cui.nui uyuu
great many Uups! who fought '"'o conclusion oi peace, ireigm anu
In tho armlcB of tho former Czar pnssongor steamship service will be
Nicholas prefer life in a Gorman resumed botweon Hamburg and tho
military prison camp to an uncor- " urunao.
I tain oxlstenco In tholr ownn land, I Porto Alcgre Is tho capital of tho
1 nccordlng to Capt.G. V. Gill, Who rn- Stato of Rio Grando do Sul, one or
'cently roturnod to tho Unltod tho most prosperous states in the
' States from Berlin whoro ho was on- union. A largo proportion of tho
I gaged In spoclal work for tho Intor-. population la, Gorman.
! Allied Comhilsslon. For six months, Boforo tho war largo quantities
Cnptaln Gill worked among Uus- of fruit, grain and moat products
slnn prisoners of war In GeTnanv,1 wore exported to Germany from tho
I examining thorn for symptoms of state by direct lines of steamers. The
I tuberculosis and .o'ng that tlifiso letters just received from Hamburg
affected wore glvun propor care. statod that It was proposed to re
I ''Six hundrod thousand Russians sumo this trado, especially as Ger
woro hold as prisoners of war In mnny was sorely in need of the food
Gormnny when I wont there last stuffs which Rio Grundo do Sul pro
March," Cnptnln Gill said. "When duced in abundanco.
I loft, about 2000 had bebn ropatrl-i
atod by tho Intr-AIIIocl Commission.
In tho Intorvnl conditions In Ger-THIS WILL. ASTONISH
inun prison camps had been lmprov-, nufi.tijiiu iuu.ua ir-urn
ed greatly. Good food was pohiBi
.., .,. ...,. wi.n,. T left in1 Tho quick action of slmplo wltch-
nu.yui. i"" " ... hazol, hydrustis, camphor, otc, as
Soptombor nnd tho gonoral nilcs or mlx0li Jn Lavoptlk oyo wash, will sur-
taniiltntlon wore being obsorvod." . prise Klamath Falls people Ono girl
rv.mtniti Gill said many Russians with weak, strained eyes wns holpod
who won ropatarlatod by tho Inter- ly HjnBlo application. Her mother
who wuiu iu..ii. ' . could hardly sow or read bocanso of
Allied Commission returned to tlio oyQ im,ns In QnQ weok Bxe t00 was
strict discipline of tho Gorman UOn0ted. Wo guarnnteo a small bot
prlson camps In proforonco to u0 of Lavoptlk to holp ANY CASE
... ji -.! nffilml m(n11ntirtil nvna Alii.
niiiiiiitinL' thoniBOIvcs witu -i i eo vwv' ow """-""'"'""'""" .V..-": """
""'.'.. .., , ,t In "lU' Oyo CUP JJ-U1SJS..
HUKIUIJ- HIIHUI BUV.UI, bw.v w T)rug CO. AdV,
tholr own country.
On his roturn to this country
Capt. Gill was assigned to Whlpplo
Barracks, Prescott, Arizona.
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AT THE THEATERS
Dorothy Dnlton, who always' has
boon associated with tho vlrllo part
shu played In "Tho Fliuno of tho
Yukon," will honcotortu uo roiorrou
to, by womon no leaBt, as tho Ilolon
Douglas of "Extravaganco," which
will bo shown at tho Star Thoatro
tonight, for this glvos hor tho groat
ost opportunity of hor screen cureor
to woar lino clothes.
To ono who has followed hor
many successes this la saying much
for In most picture lovor's minds nro
flxod hor characterizations In "Tho
Got a 10 cent package of Dr.
JanicB' Headache "Powders
and don't suffer.
When your head aches you simply
must havo relief or you will go wild.
It's needless to suffer when you can
take a remedy like Dr. James' Head
acho Powders and rcllove tho pain aud
neuralgia at onco. Send someono to
tli'" rug storo now for a dim" package
o Jr. James Ilcadachi " 'owders,
Don t suffer! In a few momenta you
wilLfcel fine headache gone no mor
LONDON, Nov. 11. (Hv tho Aiv
B('(!n!cd lrniiB)- Tli Mate VnfU'!i
given by King George und Queer
Mary at Buckingham I'alaro In hon
or of tho young Shah of I'crsli or.
tho night of tho arrival of tho east
ern monarch in England was an oc
casion of regal splendor. '
Tho dinner was sorved In the
groat ballroom, tho "U" shaped
table being not for about 120 guests
Tho walls wero decorated with old
tapestries, and yocmen of the
guurds stood at Intervals about the
Tho Shah, wearing a diamond
ndorned fez, Rat between tho King
nnd Queen. Prlncesn Mnry, Prince
Arthur of Connnught, and man)
other notables wero In tbo company.
Queen Mary's gown was a mag
ulllclcnt affair, of rose-pink mirror
velvet trimmed with sable She
wore a diadem of brilliants which
Included "Tho 'Lesser Stars of
Africa," cut from the original Cul
lunan diamond. She also woio a
Persian Order across her breast.
King George oxpii ssed pleasure;
at welcoming the Shah to England
and said 1 e fully appreciated the
fact that Persia occupied a position
of vital Importance in the Middle
Kast, A bright future should lie
"You follow in tho footsteps of
your Illustrious great-grandfather
and grandfather, who visited th'n
country on more t'nn one occasion,"
said tho King. "We welcome your
majesty's present iSsit here cji a
renewed proof of the closo ties of
friendship which have unl)d tho
two countries for more than n cen
tury. Wo welcome it more especial
ly nt the present moment when the
rolatldhs between Persia and Great
Britain hate become even closer
than they hae ever been, and when
wo are about to ombark uron a
collaboration in the Held of material
ind admln'stratlvo progre-'i whiei
should ensure to your country a
future not unworthy of Ir hmona
The Shah ropl'ed in French, ex
pressing his appreciation of the wel
come extended to him. In the
course of his address he referred lo
the League of Nations and snld it
would afford to his country the op
portunity of cultivating more as
siduously than ever the traditional
friendship which united It to the
Hjs task, hp declared, was a dif
ficult one, but he hoped that with
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THE returned Soldier, having been
stirred into fighting ccticn by mar
Ju tial miisic, has discovered its gen
uine value. Music with true tone holds
for him indescribable charm.
Opera vith its liistoric background
eweet ballads of by-gone days stirring
marches that thrill his soul! These, to
gether with the popular jazz dances, are all
perfectly reproduced on The Brunswick.
When The Brunswick made its advent
into the world of music a sensation was
recorded. New day phonograph music
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by the Brunswick Method of Reproduc
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the Ultona and the Tone Amplifier.
The ULTONA plays all records truer, finer,
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The TONE AMPLIFIER is an oval shaped
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fine piano or violin it is made entirely of wood
and free from metal. Thus it gives the requisite
tonal volume ,i.nd eliminates all harsh, thin, metal
lic sounds. It meets all advanced acoustical and
H. J. WINTERS
Jeweler and Optician
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TnynonvmsS' .t au:iijan.-cra:
the aid of the democracies of the Mail). "It is no honor to a man
West, aad especially that, of Great .who has worked hard all his life to
'Britain, "the friendly relations of spend money lavishly') on his fun
eral," said judge Mulligan here
When a widow asked for $350 to pay
the expenses 'Of hor husband's fun-
whlch with' my country date back so
long, it will be fulfilled in a manner
honorable to- Peisia." -
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