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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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LONDON, Oct. 29. (Correspond
ence tho Associated Prone). Tno
11-38, Oruut Hrltaln'n largest airship,
recontly Hold to tho United States, In
capable) of traveling 34 hours longer
without rofuollng than the largest
"Gorman airship constructed beforo
tho armistice Hhn nlno embodies
another achievement In tho aerial
constructors' art. With bor onor-
'mnim til h rnnnrltv nt 2.720. 000 pii-
blc feet, u third larger than that of
ithii l-34 of trans-Atiantlo fame, tho
R-38 haH a "lifting" power of CO
tonH of cargo. Thin la 60 per cont
of her total "lifting" power. 82 tons.
Tho ulrshlp'n weight, 32 tons, is
'reckoned an "dead llftago."
Tho aalo Ib attributed to domands
for economy that have been made
on tho British air ministry. Con
struction of the 11-38 'was begun laBt
year ;ut Inchlnnnn, on tho Clydo,
whom tho It-34 wan built. Her
crulHlng criduranco will lio 45 miles
por hour for nearly nine days. In
Jungth she Ib GOG feet, 2fi feet longo'.
than tho K-34, and her girth Ib 87
feet G Inches. Tho airship Is equip
ped with four 300-horsopowor Sun
beam Cossack engines and two 275
horsopowor Sunbeam Maori ongincs.
Altogether sho will develop a horse
power of nearly 2000. Her speed
will bo 75 mllc3 nn hour.
It Is rumored In. English aeronau
tical clrclun that she will bo com
manded upon her (light to tho Unit
ed States, after being completed In
a few months, by Major Scott, who
Hew the H-.1t to America and back.
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
Meats Meals Meat;
The Best of Klamath County Meats
SPECIAL LOW PRICES
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'Ttffi&nftR&i&ISf few ffi WFJf
Jiffy-Jell desserts carry
real fruit flavors in es
sence form, in vials.
. A wealth of fruit juice
U condensed for 'each des
sert. So you get ar fresh
fruit dainty, healthful and
This is thd new-typo
Juick gelatine dessert
ve times as good 'as the
Loganberry and Pine
apple are two of the best
flavors. Try them.
They're found only in
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iLadies1 & Men's
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BEST OP WOItKMANSniP
PKItPECT FIT GUARANTEED
I'Hces are very reasonable
your inspection Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
81 H Main St.
OF UPPER M.
Heport from tho Upper Lake,
ronchlng here yesterday, shows tho
nnrrow .marnln by which Paul and
ihiiiH Wiinmlor. 'Odessa ranchers
and lumbormen, escaped deathifrom
oxposuro when tholr motor boat was
caught in tho ico several miles off
shore during lost week's cold snap.
Incidentally tho story throws a
doubt upon tho report that John
tvinkunn nnii two otbor trappers
woro tho men in the boat observed !
Mirouch Klasses by men at Rocky
i Point and other places on tho west
shoro or tho lauo. u muy u i"'
Erlckson and party woro frozen In
with tholr houseboat, which Is raoor
nii nnar Thomas creek, it is said, and
It was tho Wamplor brothers in tho
boat undor observation.
Anyway, tho Wamplor brothers'
nmnrlonca in tho ico makes a thrlll-
i nn..niivn Thnlr oncino failed
'after tho fall of darknosa, leaving
I them holploss, and as tho surface or
Uho lako froze they woro quickly Im
prisoned. Thoy Bald that tho cold
wavo descended so rapidly that it
t aoemod as if tho water froze In
Ingenuity and presence of mind
saved tho ranchers. Thoy tore up
tho long soats andtashionod skis,
and as, tho Ico thickened thoy found
it would bear tholr weight and thus
thoy escaped safoly to shoro.
Persons along tho shoro of tho
lako hoard tho ongino missing and
thon it stopped nltogothor, and
noxt morning were nble to seo a'
boat In tho lako, bollovod now to
havo boon tho Wamplors' craft,
though so fur away that somo
I thought it wus a log or mass of Boat
ing tulo. Tho men, however, had
.Tho boat Is still In tho ico, says
tho roport, and will probably remain
until tho spring broakup.
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"The Hoodlum," tho second ctr'E3
Mury I'ickford's prodnctlona pro-1
du coil at bor own stmlioH will bo , -
shown at tho Star Theatre ntnrting r3
Sunday afternoon. "The Hoodlum" pj
is an uduptation from "Jlurkscs pa
Amy" bj Julio M. Llppuiann. 'g
If you were to have tho opportun-tgg
Ity of seeing ouo of tho world a
foremost motion plcturo stars In
ono of tho crentost stories ever
written for tho stage, wouldn't you
iumi) nt the chance? Well. It Is
coming your way and soon, too.
Tho star? Mnrguorito Clark-
Tho story? ''Come Ouo of tho
Kitchen!" This Is tho play In
which Huth Chntlorton was carried
to famo almost 'overnight and which
has delighted millions in story form
and ,upgn the stabo. You really
cannot afford to miss it when It is
shown nt tho.Star Theatre today. '
George Walsh has set a lively
paco In a now departure In film, in
his latest Fox feature. "The Win
ning Stroke." This production is the
first of its kind and tho kind is
very desirable. Presenting scenes
on and around the Yale campus, of
typical college life, and progressing
to a most intense scenic and dru
mntic climax in tho world-famous
Yale-Harvard, boat raco on the
Thames at Now London. "Tho
WJnnfne Stroke" Is the first motion
picture to wind itself so completely
around actual scenes in tho life and
sports of a great American Unlvor-
Also, George Walsh is tho first
actor to attempt such a part as that
pf Duck Simmons, tho plucky, lucky,
lovable horo athlete of tho Yale
racing crow. Walsh Is a college
fellow himself and has tho bearing
and the experience to "got away"
with this sort of character and mako
it truo to life
By speciul concession to Pox Film
Corporation tho Yalo authorities al
lowed tho filming of scones on the
campus and at tho training quarters
and of tho crew. Tho filming of tho
rnntnat botwoon tho Harvard and
Yalo varsity eights tho great row
ing classic of America presents
sconos bulging with enthusiasm and
oxcltomont. At least 100,000 per
sons witnessed this groat event,
crowding tho river banks, and boats.
Such scenes never had been in
cluded In a motion picture until
"Tho Winning Stroko" made its ap
poarnnco. Tho play, now at tho
Liberty Thontro, Is ono calculated to
appeal to tho very best class of
thoatrogoors. It presonts Walsh as
tho stroke oar of Yolo; it offprs a
numbor of typical Walsh stunts; It
maintains tho spectator's intorest at
tho hlKhost Pitch throughout by us
clover plot; it is a triumph of art
In dramatic construction and In
photography; and It shows George
"Walsh at his host which is hard to
Nice juicy cuts of the best
Klamath County beef at the
following low prices.
1 Rump Roasts 25c
Fancy Shoulder Roasts..!..
20c to 25c
. Shoulder' Steak 22c
Fore Round Steak 24c
Boiling Beef ...A2Y2c to 15c
Reduce the High Cost of
Living by eating more mut
ton. The most wholesome
of all meats. ,
Prices cut to pieces.'
Any cut 20c
All cuts 20c
MUTTON STEW 10c
Klamath Packing Co.
524 MAIN ST.
This will run today at tho Liberty
OREGON wools are
among the best produced
COregon tanks fourth
among the lumder pro
C.The Columbia River is
the greatest tismng stream
in the world.
tfl Orion's 1919 fruit croD
is estimated at $40,000,000.
THIS proximity of raw
material meant that
OREGON It rapidly becoming
a great manufacturing itate.
f You can help her grow by
buying HOME, PRODUCTS.
DOCTORS WANT MORE
LONDON. Nov. 17. (By Mall)
British physicians have long been
complaining that, as nearly every
thing has advanced In price owing
to the war, there should be a pro
portionate advance ia their fees. Tho
justice of this contention has been
officially recognized by the Minister
of Health. Being of opinion, he
state, that the present minimum feos
of 60 cents and 84 for primary vac
cinations at private houses are in
adequate he has Issued an order,
which comes into force in December,
to Increase the minimum fee to
LONDON. Nov. 17. Bermondseyi
is tho first community in England
10 employ a uruuieor uuuiun .
woman. She receives a salary of $20
weekly and her work consists of
making purchases and Inquiries and
Instituting proceedings against deal
ers who charge unreasonable prices.,
Lsa yayattwTMEftff.j& T
Is the Best Thing lYou
Eat More of It
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Klamath Lodge No. 137
!. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O; O. V. hall, 5th and Main streets.
P. J.Qcrges , N. Q.; Fred Bremer
Secretary; P. L-. Fountain Treasurer
inurniinn nnnnmmnont JNO. 40. i. J
O. F., meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. '. nau. aths wor
Strayed tto my ranch about 10
days ago. ono yoarltne Herford stoor
crop oft each oar -no .other brnnd
notlceablo owner ean havq same by
wcok ai i. v. u. . ". "" "- navlnc tor' this nil nna ieeu um,
rol, O. P.; Nate Otterbeln, Scribe, ffinfng F( Npl." Klamath
P. L. Fountain Treasurer, pa,,ai 3-3t
Docoinbor 11, 12,
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