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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
ftklkked dally except Sunday by
Htrald PublUnlng company oi
WT11, at 116 Fourth streot.
R.HrWit'tho 6sto'fflco at Klam-
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IM'MUM m secona-ciuas mmiur.
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At Atf Vftats ot republication of spo
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K , WWNB8DAT, JANUARY 21, 1020
;lSLiN POLICE PUT
LID DOWN TIGHT
jr " - -BSRUN. Dec 23. (By Mail.)
-XUf Bs-rlln police are continuing
their tuapalga against Immoral or
-WttlT 'exhibition Tho latest
f rkll m ade upon a big bathing
MtnlTal. Motor trucks were re-
mlAa t6'trry to the police stations
fn1lotfla principals and 400 spec-
la'Mrif'alf or whom wero arrested.
"' -Th police also hare discovered
SSStTtftr "undesirable J exhibition in
" of' the cafes where the night'
"ttfc fM 'Barlin has "been brightest.
lfctVtne dfsplays are characterized
"aworaS than (he "explanation"
films "which stilt .prevail in Berlin.
HTaTivIl will not "down, and the
-TwjSiT rSident of Berlin, when it
9lVWlied,'to his attention, shrugs his
'WeTiiders and 'remarks, "Another
H-a- ' ' i ,
. f --. - - -. . -tn m.
tfisar not normal.
physician asserts that
part In these exniDW
t Hon lii a Jungle will jump twon-
ti-liT or thirty feet, from a standing
Tlio particular duty of tho company to its cus
tomers is to render satisfactory service; to its em
ployees, to maintain loyalty by fair treatment; to
those who own its securities, to maintain integrity of
their investment, and to others of the common
wealth, under whose rules and regulations it oper
ates, to convey tho.inforniation that it is giving them
better service for less money than can bo obtained
in any other way, even Under government or muni
cipal ownership. Our business is founded on an
economic basis, and if wisely administered and not
hampered by unfair treatment can continue mutu
ally' beneficial to the customer, to labor, to capital
and the commonwealth.
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California-Oregon Power fo
YANKS MAY JOIN
NEW YOI1K, Jnn,. 21; American
volunteers who nerved jvjtli'&mhul
nncq corps, tho lorolgn. Legion '.or
thu ilninyotto Ksc,ndrlllo nro to bo
nccoptod na associate members In tho
Federation of French Votornna of
tho Great "ur, Jt was nnnonncoi)
Ihorq tQdny at tho Njw York heiul-
qunnors uy unnrics uournoz, mo
Konornl socrotary. ,
Tho organisation, formad to ''cul
tlvato a sitlr.lt of loyalty to tho
United States and attachment to
Franco,'" will oxtond Its, activity, it
Is said, to Cunmla.imd tuxco. Kltot
Norton, of tho Nnrton-ltarjos am
bulnnco, and -It. Howard Gamble, of
tho Amorlcnn Flold Sorvlco, havo
been designated by tho Federation's
oxocutlvo comntjltco to pass upon
nppllcntlona for nssoclato and hon
RECORDED IN 19194
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. Four
hun'dtcri. and sixty eight carthnuakes
wero felt sensibly In various parts ot
the world during 1919. Ot that num
ber, 97 were felt in tho United States
but there was no loss ot Hfo or seri
ous damago to property from those in
this country. Of tho earthquakes oc
curlng in other parts of tho world,
loss "of Hfo was. recorded In that of
April 28 in San Salvador and one on
Juno 29 in Florence, Italy.
Eighty ot tho 97 earth shocks re
corded in the United States -wero re
ported front California. The remain
der wero felt in various parts of tho
country from tho Atlantic to tho Pa
cific. Kentucky, Arkansas, Utah, Ari
zona, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Tenn
essee Washington, Virginia, New Jer
sey and Michigan all roportod shocks
during tho year.
Thu steamers 'Mnzonlc," "Klam
ath", and 'Vlnomn" wero put on the
ways soon after tho first storm' in
December. At a llttlo Inter dnto thu
"Wasp", was- frozen up In Howard
Bay, whero;sho Is at proscnt. Tho
"Eaglo" and "Modoc" nro In port,
and tho "Oregon" and "Spray" havo
Just been placed on tho ways, pre
paratory for ro-ftttlng for the com
ing season's work. Captain Van
Camp's houseboat ''Snlomo" has also
been plncod on the wnys whera sho
will remain until spring, and Captain
Allen's ''Crulsor" lies at anchor In
open water near tho break ot the
This Upper lake fleet did groat
work last year. It Is Impossible to
gtvo correct flgtirea nt this tlmo but
wo can safoly sajr that tho combined
fleet was compelled to travel more
than 100,000 miles to do tho work
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fllF.UK aro lots ot iiccountn on tho Imoku n( lite Klrst ,,
Nat Ion nl ropronontliiR lniHlncia ooncornn wlileh start
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