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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1920)
rRTTOAY, JANUARY , M0
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, .OREGON,.'
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS I
from A. Mever & Sons, New York's foremost clothing manufacturers, a de-t
Jayed shipnrit of d., - - Y
?S Men's Suits
IN VARIOUS COLORS AND FABRICS $
the cream of the season, at prices that -will make you sit -up and wonder how
Hie Central Outfitting Co.
can sell Suits that are absolutely hand-tailored at the following prices,
reason for this 'great ,- .,...
is that a big shipment of Spring Suits is now on the way from New York and
to make, room for these gopds we are going to cut values to the core. Better
be on hand, .early and make your selection. ..Sale starts.
Saturday Morning, . 9 o'clock
Be on time and do your picking
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Now. : .":..
$35:00 suits $24 85
The House of SerSce
NINTH AND MAIN STREETS
, LONDON, Woe, U, (ny tho. Associ
ated Proton J-'-Tlio, end ot ono year of
peoco finds tho Untied Kingdom BtlU
working tinder" litany of tlio war
UmO roairlctloiui affecting ordinary
living conditions, although largo
mimbors. ot tho ordors Imvo boon res
cinded and others Imvo been modi
So far m food IS concerned, only
sugar and bultor oro now rationed.
Tho regulations regarding tbo amount
ot moat which might bo purchased
wore romovod only n tow days ago,
about ono year nttor tho closo ot thel
war. Tto consumption ot liquor, how
ever, Is being hold .down rigidly un
der the old rules. Nocessltloa still ra'
tloned. which vitally concbtn the
nomo, Includo coal, gas ami electri
city. Tho nhortngo of fuel 1ms been
causing considerable hardship both
to tho individual and to Industry. .
Tho Ministry of Fqod has found II
advisable to continue tho maximum
prices, both wholesale (and rcuf.l.
which It fixed tor ii considerable.
number of necessities.
Apart from tho matter of food and
fuel, the Hoard ot Trade Is .majntujn
lug control of tho exportation" and
Importation ot a long list of articles.
Tho ban has been removed from
some goods but this has boon mainly
In tho cast of things Importation of
which had been forbidden and which
tho country found Itself short ot.
Removal of restrictions on most of
tho food necessities has not solvod
the living problem of tho masses,
however. There Is still n great short-
Itgq ot man things, and moreover,
prices, which, worn uown iau ui:
mor, have now mounted to about
where they woro at tho signing of
Tho Incrouso Is attributed pntly(
tjo tlio world scarcity ot necessities,
partly to tho. augmented domand
from tho recently bolllgoront coun-(
tries, and partly to Inflated 'curren-
cy anu auverse loruiB" w"iiii
Tho lats named havo had n pronounc
ed Influence on prices and It Is tho
Friday and Saturday, January 9-10
Charles Ray m rf fc Bs(ier ''
A rattling baseball story of the earthy diamond
where men glory in f amo ono moment and are
engulfed by the bitter condemnation of friends,
even sweethearts, the next.
still restricted In quantity, and the
strength ot both boot' and wblskuy i
mucu iiulow tho pru-war nvorage. As
a result, It Is said, thcio has boon un
ntctenso In sobriety. Whiskey Is at
present about thirty percent under
inqot. Alcoholic drinks con only b
purchased between noon Bnud 2:30
p. m. and between 0 and 10 o'clock at
VlXj Many . Price Vct.
Tho Voo'd' Ministry still fixes
wholesale prices for a number ot
..il.or commodities nnd tho Ministry
U tho actual' purchaser and dian.iB
tor ot cheesp, bjcon, ham lard, dried
tniUs', bread, butter, cocoa-powder,
condensed inllkand canned fish, -The
f-x.ns of th iiiaxlmiyn price, It must
bt noted, docs not .prevent tho sale
ot goods for a sum below that amount
and In many casus foodstuff uio Ijo
lug vended rmuc!i below the limit
fixed by law.
Tho ministry Is believed to bo tbo
largest In tlio world. Its' annual ex
penditure Js about $1,000,000,000.
Tho object of the department Is not
to make n profit, but In transactions
of this magpltudo It Is. Impossible to
niuko both sides of tbo account bal-
Tho attuul flguroU nro not yol
available but It la oxpected that- the
profit this yoar will not exceed $2,
IGOO.OOO. iast year thoro was n profit
BE PHETTY. TURN
X&Hf i H) 4-i
nf llltnilf 1 flTi nnn linn Mia wlinln tf
belief of econointc xports that food Uliqh wd8 wp(,mj0lj ,iur)nB tho.sum-
i-- . . kAM' rnniiunr iiiiliii . . ... . . . i. .
canuoi UCV.UIUU - -..--.- mor , 8Uiinyii certain, articles or
kthese ao adjustod, oven tnouB"t6ort oiaw thojr.coit prlco. Thus the
tlifcrodsin Increase In proauctnon.. I prqrlt Ldoos not (enrich tho Treasury
IMUtijr KatioH' finmll. j'buf goes'cntlroly for the benefit ot
Tho" butter ration is piocea ai oaeftho: consumor.
That is the aim of this market, and we en
deavor to, create new business' on the strength
of it We cut your meats to give the best flavor
and to have them tender , when cooked. A trial
at this market will convince you as to. Price and
"FRISCO" IS WRONG
and one-halt ounces for each poison
per week. This refers to the Import- Bf(ll Is fixed af, five tons for tho ln-
SA FKANCI3CO. Jan. 9. Misuse
of the designation "Frisco," a word
that' San Franciscans, taboo, almost
prevented a Christmas marriage this
year. Miss Edith Tubbs, of London.
coming to California to marry L. n.
Canan.'of Lindsay, near Fresno, Cal.,
bought by mistake a ticket to
"Frisco" instead of Fresno
,Find)ng no fiance here to greet
ber when-she arrlTed', she applied to
a Travelers' Aid Society, officers of
which dried -her tears and direoted
her to Fresno. ' -
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IfLEGTING; THW 7
Vhyr whenDr..XiW New
Diaccjvery to promptly
, 'j, checks it
rftS natural you don't. wnntto bo
rcxireless nnd Jet that oltTcoId or
. T COIlCh. draff an or tlmt'-nn nti
ifVK ritvoiin nfliMfolw xn.1:..
. vivwir tjt suiAi3.a pn Aim- wiii'fi
i ' .- " ' -- - .--..
uu ran cei such a nioved Hucceaj.
ill Temedy in Jir. King's :New Dig.
ovcryrr s r. r
id' product only, there being no re
striction on the uso, of, homermoae
hettnr: As a matter ot fact, virtually
nd butter b being made in the Unit-;
ed Kingdom theso (lays, so mai me
consumer has to, depend upop 'djsn
earlne and foreign nutter.
The reason there Is so little home
produced butter on the market la
thai the retail price, appToiroaiei
6pcerits a pound, bears no relation
to the actual cost of butter to the
farmer. This month farmers can sell
milk at 64 cents a gallon, and, "it
lakes iyi gallons bt mlli to produce
a pounn, or Duiier. ii ntiwu
were selling at its true economic ral
ue It would, be about IM per
" "yntirrecentlyUhe sugar-ration-was
twelve ownces for each person per
wpekbu't owing to the shortage this
allowance has "been ,decreased to
eight owrlces", and is, expected, to W
main nt that;mark for many Jn?ph(hs.
The amount allowed to tho confec
tionary and sweets trades has. 'been'
reduced by' 25 percent and a. furtner
reduction Is expected with the- new
Meat Control Off .
Buichers mea was.atfonod until
a few: days ago, each person being
.'- . j a
Tho maximum coal rotion iry and
dividual consumer ton the year be
ginning' July 1, 1910. Gas and alec
trlclty are restricted accordingly; Bu
siness also Is under restrictions;. le
provided that the' Board of Trade
nhay Issue specialpermlts for the vrntn
i, i ' ' '.'.-".V.' V' i."l
vi Kuai, nam ur eeicinciiy Doyoua lB,e
ration, if, It la deemed ah absolute not
niv nrtANDMmiiKh'H oi.o $a-
VOItlTK ItKCII'H UK riAciK TKA.
,XI HtlM'llim ' ; ' j
Alulost everyone knows that flaga
'oii mill Sulphur, properly compound
ed, .liTings back. tbo riaturul color ana
lustre to tho hair when tailed, gray
ir streaked, Years ago the only way "
'o K4I, thin mixture was to mako It, at
loine., wliloh ls mussy and trouble.
wins, N'qtvudnys, Jby asking at niiy
.Iriig store for "Wycth'. Page nnd Suf.
uliur Compound,". you will goto Infgo?
tuittlo of this famoiiK old roctp'e, im
proved by. tbo addition of other in
ircdlents, for about fi0 coats.
Oon'i stay gruyj Try Itl No one
can possibly tell that you darkonod
our hair, as It does rt so naturally
mil evenly. You dumpon a sponge or
mti "br.ush with it, and draw this
liroueh your hnlr, taking ono small
.traml ntn time; by mornlog tho gray
ulr disappears, and after another ab
dication or two, your hair becomes .
J)oivutlfully dark, g'.ossy and attract,
USES ICE FLOE AS
CRAFT FOR RESCUE
,LYNN, jMass., Jan, 9. Running
out 2.d0 yards" over the fco in tho
Taugus river uher'et Oeorge White
reocbed a water hole In sWhich he
had" seen a boy disappear, screaming.
He dove twice beneath the surface
ahdilocated and rescued 10-year-old
peorge GIrcurVlls. '
As White rose to the surface of
the open .water 0 cake of Ico'came
drifting by., Oh this- he placed -the
Unconscious boy and propelled bi
COLLEGE ORATORS .
ra&ARE F&R DEBATE
. "i ' r .
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL-,
L.KGK, Corvallls, .Jan.. 9. College,
Jobuters are working overtime for
the first- varsity debatcof, the, year, -Friday
evening, when tosnis of
O. A.-C. will clash with Reed Col
lege and the University; of Oregon en
the' question, ot Immigration exclu
sion. Three debates will be held,
simultaneously. , ; t-
'' tbo affirmative .team which will '
meet Reed on the local, campus In
composed ot W; P. Black of Corvallls
and Harold Readen of Ontario, and
tho negative team, which will go to
Eugene, Is made up of Paul Emmett,
of Corvallls. and "Ted" Xapdes ot
v.. m ' 1 1
) I glStf,
us vvukiii tiiiituir f'riiiiii ginna 1 n
not resist 'this BtatjJnrd Reliever L,
ver.v lontr. It nimiitv Mana i.ii. ti
tUdnVinS I' UlU-nVU fine haan nn1 a
It's been growing teadll.v In ponu
larlty for-; mora than ilfty years.
an rj.L'O 11 bottle ut nlldruip
" ii a lUlu,
g TAItl)YIJOWEL'S INERT LIVER
ft Thoy Just won.'t let you put "pep"
n Into your vorlc or play, Sick head
SaicIio comes from retaining waste
5 matter and! Impurities in tho body,
ft! Feel right for anyfhlqg make
regularty, with Dr. KIok's Now Ltfo
allowed forty, cent worth per week.
It consequence, of ihe receipt recent
ly at a iargo'fsupply of mutton and
Icniit front 'Australia and New Zeal
and jt'was found ' possible to remove
all rrjyonlngjre'tVictlons, and tho
Food -Ministry tba expressed tho hppo
int peopio win renpyo no ioou si-
ntfon by eating more meat, which-
I fs w.olcome advico tot; England
Despite tbo sm,?Jl ration, vonly
laiioui ao percent or mq meat allow
ance .was being demanded by tlpket
holdors each wook. Thls 'was duo
o(ther to o chango of habits since
the beclnnlng of tho.war or to Jhe
high.costi Whenever a butcher bad a
balance of meat loft oyer at thai
week-end ho was permitted to; sell
Ii tq anyone, of his customers, Irres
pective1 of whether they had already
bod pigjr ration or .nob, In this1 way
strange, craft to the edge; ot the
firmer ice. . v
Twenty people who saw' the, Httlo
boy break through an'd disappear be
neath the Ice dared not all In, the
rescue, Every step' Whlle'topV, the
fast molting fee bent beneath bin
Arriving on share White lurned
his attention to the boy, and by giv
ing him first aid revived him until a
police ambulance' could be summon
ed'. PollcO Captain Broad of tbo
Lynn police stated 'ho would com
municate tho story of tho daring res
cue, to the Carnegie Hero Society.
' 1 Kits
Backache Is nlgn you.
been eating too much
. HONOLULU, T, H., Doc, 20. (By
Mail.) American citUons Of Japan
ese descent wore selected' here the
oth6r- day toserve on a trial Jury,
This, according ,to officials,- in be
lieved to be' the first instance ""of Ra
kind in tho hjstory of American
The following are. ihe; four men
selected: YC. Yamashiro, clerk;
aHi?'. '' . '. r...ing-s Now Life
W Pills. -.Smoothly 'yet lioaltiyolV thoy
U l produce .results that cjeanse tho sys-
K(rcspondto. thb'domands of a strong Bome v'e worenblo, to'excood the Asalchl Horjbo, bank, clerk; Nobuto
i'--r...j 1 w .'v. U 1
When you wako up with baclfaclio
and .dull misery Jn the kldney"ro
glon It generally means -you luvo
been eating tbo much meat, says a
well-known authority, ,Mcat forms
uric acid which overworks tho kid
neys In their effort to flltor it from
the blood, and they become sort "of"
paralyzed arid Idggy. When your '
kidneys get sluggish, and clog you .
must roIJeve them. Hk vnn r.iiiv
jour bowels; removing nil the body's '
",'"'"" lYuom, tiiuo you navo a back
ache, sick hoadicho, dizzy speils:
your stomach sours, tpnguo Js coat
ed, and when tho woathbr is bad '
yon havo rheumatic twlngos, Tlio
urine is cloudy, full of sodlmont,
channels often got soro,. wator scalds
and you aro obliged, to sook' rollof
two or throe times' during tho night,
fclthqr consult, a, good, rollable
physician at: once or got from your
pharmaclBt about four ounces of
.isii duhb; raito a tauiespoonful in
a gloss of wator boforo breakfast
,f0n, ?t tevf .d2ys nnd yiir Wdneys
willthonact flno, This fapious salts.
Is made from tho acid ot grapes and
lemon juico, combined with llthla,
and has, boon used for Konoratlons
to clean and stlmulito sluggish kid
neys, ulso to notitrollzo acids In tho
urine so Jt no longer Irrllates, thus
ending bladder weaknosu.
Jad Salts Is a llfn nnvni fn ,.
i . --.:..:T .- .T',r " "bu-
bunt.provided for by'thelr permits. Bhl. Hasogawa,- denial's asslstantr Hi lnr fnla- .eaie8- It Is'lnoxponslVe; " t? , .!,
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Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 ScmA Sixth St
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