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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD,: KliAMATH FALLS, OftECON
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FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 16-17
Mayflower Photoplay, Corporation Presets '
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Prices' 25c and 50c
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Centenary of tho brh of .Robert
W. Topic, governor of "Jet tertian
territory," which later became Col
orado, . ' j,
The Marquis of l.ansdowne, cele
brated Drltlsh statesman "hud one
time Governor-General of Canada, Is
76 years old today,
Denver a made elaborate plans for
entertaining Gon, Pershing, who irin.
bo a guest .of that cltr today, ' p
The trial I scheduled to begin In'
Paris . ioday of M, Calllaux, former
French premier, who la accuied of Jn-J
trlgulng to bring about a dlshbnor-
Clovernor Rltchlo and other Stato
Iofflclnls of Maryland chosen at tho
election last November will o form
ally Installed In offlco today,
J Child wclfafo, probloma of Indus-
irJnl Ilfo'nnd conservation of human
'iftfsoiirres will bo discussed at Jho an
i r.iiol "convention of tho Social Service
I Council of Canada, which meots nt
I Montreal today for a throe-day pca
B.'on, , .. - - '
A delegation of Western Status
, iov0rnprn Is to' visit Washington .to-
day for the' purpose ot presentlaj
demand lo OonrroM for on npnrop
tlutlbn of at least $250,000,000 to fce
rft voted to the development of .rrl
Kt Ion and reclamation projects In
. tho West.
II This Date in History
I in the War
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' Come to the Mondale Theatre to- q.
morrow night. The admission will be l
free, for we want to show you we J
. have the finest plcturo machine" that
money can buy and, that our pictures
are of the same high character., It, i
American armistice delegation
started for Treves.
Allies reached agreement for con
trol of Siberian railways.
Two thousand persons reported
'tilled by Ukrainians at Phremysl.
ARE PASRn UPO
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'Pierre Lotl," famous French au
thor and academician, born at Roche-
fort, France, 70 years. ago today,
George F. Pearce, promlnenf'Aua
trallan statesman and cabinet minis
ter, born In South Australia, "GO. years
STAR (Double Bill) "Lovo Burglar'.
Wallace Reld and "Tho Crimson, Ugo today.
Gardenia" Res Beach. Coe I. Crawford, former United
TEMPLE "Men, Women and;Mon- states senator from Kansas, born at
Volney, Iowa, 62 years Bgo today".
Dr, Charles Upson .Clarkr, fomer
I director of the School of- Classical
studies of the American Ae"dom'y In
ey' , Ethel Clayton. adv.
MAIN ST. CORNER
! fe Wc rfcr '?T Vl& "?! - !2l f,! ". b Sprlngflefd, Mass.,
.5 .cornerow Mala Ht. at tlic very !,, -.j V
"aik"' prloe of SSOOO.OO. It's Reed right now yesrs R toda- 4 ',
?X"tV and getting Ix-ttcr nil the time. It) Whlteford It. Cole, president
$',?' you're wise, you'll Investigate, this, the Nashville.. Chattanooga' &
, 63.1 Main St Phono 06.
' Conio to tho Mondnlo Theatro to
morrow night. Tho admission will bo
have tho finest picture machine that
r nvnfiv nun Imv nml rhnl mil nir.liirAfi
!aro of. the same high character. It
An, eel which whistles when ex
cited Is one of the' curiosities found
Come to tho Mondale Theatre to-
.morrow, night. The admission will be
frnA fni uja vrflnt in nlinw vntl wn
-S-jf, have the, finest picture machine that
v$& ' money can"buy and that our picture?
'&&'? are of the same high character.' It
Whlteford U. Cole, president, of
the Nashville.. Chattanooga' & St
Louis Railway Co,, born ntashvllle.j
Tenn., 46 years ago today.'
Help the census taker.
More records Ettfl Htiepherd. 2t
WILL MANAGE THBATEH
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Vernon Keesoe, whj. ,;haa been
operating moving picture; machines
In this city for upwards Of.' two years,
has gone to tho Mondale theater and
will occupy the position of business
mnnafjer. ,Ho Is a young man of
energy and Is a valuable addition to
the new playhouse,.
SOUTH. DAKOTA WOMEN
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Miss Helen Peabody.
Mri. John L. .PylaJr 9 J
Named byJUsubllcana asPrssl -Chosen as one of th Blg'Four-
dentlal Elector. She Js the first vto the Republican National Cou
Araerlcon woman so honored, ventlon In June next;' 9be ie a
, :. .. ,:. ," Muczarsiul lawve?, '
. - klm Its nn-
can Lglon in auopnue -tlonal
platform "the great principles
of Irrigation development, tor which
this congress stands" and, pledges
'most earnest support and cor
operation with the Legion in a com,-
prehenslvo and constructive pro
gram of state and federal reclama
tion." - - ;
A summary of other resolutions
Defeat of proposed amendment
fixing interest at 4jper VPer.
"To obtain "fedWal 'Xlfl Tor con
struction of Deschutes- project.
Indorsing action of American state
highway officials. One hundred mil
lion dollars for five years for post
roads, $10,000,000 per year for ten
years for national forest roads.
Urging mall route between Bend
Appropriation by congress for sup
port of water resources branch of
Amending article 1-B and bill for
act to pay interest on district irri
Urging completion of John Day
Appropriation of f 250,000,000 tor
national rural credits law.
. To provide a bureau to make soil
To withhold from homestead en
try all. reservoir sites now embraced
in public land withdrawals.
Indorsing of resolutions passed by
Oregon State Drainage association.
Vote of thanks to Multnomah
county for nld in legislation.
Indorsement of Powder River irri
gation district project.
Vote of thanks to Portland Cham
ber o Commerce and Oregqn State
Chamber of Commerce.
Vote of thanks to Portland Press.
club. . ..,, .
Urging development, of electric
Following are committees appoint appeint
ed: Executive committee James M.
Kyle, chairman, Stansfioid; J. E.
Aldrich, Sisters; Ivan E. Oakes. On
tario; Leslie Rogers, Klahiath Falls;
Walter B. Meaehani, Baker; George
H, RubboU, Prlnevllle; John S.
Beall,; Portland. ...'
Legislative committee Julian A.
Hurley, chairman, Vale; A. A. Smith,
Thomas A. Sweeney; Portland; Jay
H. Upton, Prjheviile; Benton Ci,
Burdlcit, Redmond; .R. B. Bradbury,
Klamath Falls James J. Donegan,
, General "federal ajd committee T,
H. oleyciairinanrBehdj.Hafry W,
Gard, Mad'ras'rT1, G. Clage.tt, On
tario; Hf Hi de'Armond, Bend; M.
A, Lynch, Redmond; O. M, Elklne,'
PrlneVll.le;'- "F. s: BrQwnell.'GraLts
Federal old' Jolin Day prpjectir-d.l
C, vClar)t, chairman, "Arlington; 'Asa
B. Thompson, E?hb; 'Francis Mc
Menlmen," Hdppherf W,- J. Mariner,
Blal6ck; Jay H. Upton,' Prinevllle.
Special fo'presentotlve ,to nWash-
ington, D. Oj J. T Hlnltlo, Hermlsi
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SAM FRANCISCO, Jan. 14. The
United Slates forest service Is highly
plcasetl with the results obtained by
the use of airplane fire patrol of 'na
tional forests in California 'last year,
tho first of its operation, according
to officials of the service here. The
airplane patrol proved bo efficient
that plans are being made to In
crease largely Its scope In -California;
and to extend It to Wyoming;. Mon
tann( Idaho, Oregon, and Washing
ton next year, It authorization can
In California alono the timber In
national forCsts is valued at $210,
000,000, and aviators proved their
worth by reporting 412 fires, In acfdl-'
tlon to those discovered by the re
gular foresters on tho ground. Tho
area flown over contained 21,500,
000 acres of timber, and to protect
It tho airmen spent 2,457 hours
aloft, traveling 202,009 miles. Not
withstanding the ruggedness of the
-country traversed, making emer
gency landing hazardous, 'there was
but one fatality, and only .six major
accidents to machines, the occupants
Five dally patrols were made, from
June A to October 31 of fifteen of
the seventeen .national f6rests in
California. Two machines were
operate'd from Red Bluff, two from
Fresno; two from Sacramento, 'two
from jllverslde, and one from San
Diego. Corresponding crews Were
held Jn .reserve with other planes,- so
that .each set Worked on alternate.
The; aviators were supplied by the
United States army air service, and
used the Curtiss type of machine, un
til September 1, with but. one man
in the plane. De Haviland machines
were substituted September 1, carry
ing a second man as observer and,
.wireless operator. The wireless
ground stations were not, completed
fUist year, however, -so that, main re-
llance''Avas,. placed t upon reports-dig-;
patched over the 'forest service tele-:''
jb,oBe;;.Jines radiating- from landing,
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