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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HATUIWaV, JANUAUV .11, iftfcu
What Time Is It ?
It's at 6:30 p. m., in the basement of the New Presbyterian Church
WHAT IS IT ?
It's a rousing old-fashioned Christian Endeavor meeting to which
' YOU are'invitcd
Good Singing A Handshake and a Hearty Welcome
Hear Frank B . Robinson
Speak on a topic of VITAL INTEREST
DON'T FORGET We want YOU, to come
BIG EATERS GET U. S.DESTBOYEBS
KIDNEYTROUBLElGO TO SCRAP PILE
Tho American men and women!
noj-trouWoI.ecnuHowoc.JfoomMch "n torpedo-boat destroyers of the
and itll our food Is rich. Our Wood1 Wnltcil Stntos nnvy hero hnvo been
la fllloA with uric nclil which tho kid- sold to ho scrapped,
noya strlvo to tutor out, they woakon . . , .,
from overwork, hocomo sluggish;! The vessels nro tho Stowart, Hull,
tho ollmlnatlvo IIbsuoh clog Mind tho' Lawrence, 1'iuil Jones, Borry, Probla,
roHtilt Is kidney trouhlo. blnddor.Truxtum, Bulnbrldgo, Harry. Dnlo,
hoalUiT "" " KUnra '". Decatur, "Wordm nnd Whipple,, and
When your kidneys fool llko'nn In Uo basin ot tho Philadelphia
lumps-of lend; jour Imck hurts or., navy yard.
-tho urlno Is cloudy, full of Bodlmont All tho .lofltroyo'rs. l.eforo tho war.
or you uro obllgod to Book relief two .. , .. , , ., ,. ,
or thrco times u night; If you suffer wor,s un,t8 of ,ho Aslntlc, I'acinc and
with Blck heudacho or dizzy, nortous Atlantic Hoots. During tho war thoy
flpells, arid Btomoch, or you lmo.0ro In nctlvo Horvlco. Tho Decatur,
. rliniininf fum wit on Mn unnMur tn' . V
pad. -got frdm your .lmWlBlrnl.giit,M" ru"ort"1' won two-BCrvlco chav
four ounces of Jnd Salts; tako a ' .
tablcspoonful In n glass of water he This Ih tho ldrgcst fleet ever Pur
foro breakfast fur n few days and chased from tho navy by a private
your kldnoys will then net lino. This ,. ..
fntnmlH Hiiltx Ih mniln from tho add concorn . Tho ships wore construct-
ot grapes and lomon Julco, comhln-jcd
ld with llthln, nnd hns boon used
for gonorntlonH to flush and sthnu
Into clogged kidney; to noutrnllzo
tho acids In tho urlno bo It no longer
Is a source of Irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders. ;
, Jnd Suits Is Inoxponslvo; cannot
Injure, makes a delightful Offorvos
ccnt llthla-wntor hovorage, and bo-
longs In oery homo, hecnuso no
body can make a mlstako by having
a good kldnoy Hushing any tlmo.
Try 'em. Ho raid Want Ads.
Who are the men and women that '
become masters over great things,?
They are those who first of all become
masters over little things.
Dollar bills and silver dimes are only
little things, so little that they often
tricklfe away in every direction and
yet they "have formed the solid foun
dation for many a comfortable income
through the following slogan :
"DON'T WASTE! " SAVE!"
Start a Savings Account today.,
First, State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
PHILADELPHIA, Jnn. 31. Tlijr-
hctwoen 1901 and 190G nnd cost
tho goornment approximately $250,-
000 each. Tho purchase prlco In tho
present snlo has not been announced,
but It Is understood It runs into
sovornl hundred thousand dollars.
Tiro purchasers will havo tho Vos
sols transported to tholr property at
Brldesburg, Pa., near horo, cm tho
DolnwHro rlcr, whoro they will bo
Dost yet. Herald Want Ads.
Today Is tho twentieth anniversary
T)f the assassination of Governor Wil
liam Ooebel of Kentucky.
. 'Gen. J. Warren Kolfor of Ohio,
former Speaker of tho national house
of representatives, today enters up
on his eighty-fifth year.
Seattle- will bo tho mooting place
today of tho annual oi'npcntlon of
tho West Coast Lumbermen's Asso
Important financial and reconstruc
tion measures aro to bo taken up. by
tho Belgian parliament when It re-.
Many eminent representatives of
the bench tind bar are expected In
Topokn today for tho jinnual meeting
of tho Kansas State Bar Association.
U .Important problems affectlng"flio
Plumber trado will lie discussed bjtKe
Yellow Pine Wholesalers' Associa
tion, meeting In annual session today
iu Cincinnati. , ,
' Senator Walter n. Edge of Now
Jersey & to bo tho chfef "speaker at
tho annual banquet of. tho Indiana
Kcpubllcan Editorial Association at
I Today's Anniversaries
o : o
17CC Susanna Maria Cibber, one of
tho mast eminent tragedies
nes of her day, died. Born In
London In 1716.
1811 For tho first tlmo In many
:ears tho Thames Rhor at
London was frozen over,
1S31 Honrl Rochofort, for many
jcars one of tho most promli
nent flguros In French public
life, born In Paris. DleiLat Atx
L03 Bains, July 1, 1313.
1S88 Asa Cray, distinguished hot
nnlst, died at Cambrldgo,
Mnss. Born nt Paris, N. Y.,
Nov. IS, 1810.
1S01 don. Booth of tho Sanation
Army Inaugurated his "Dark
est England" schemo with a
great meeting In St. Jnmo's
1S0G Ex-Queen LIUoukalani fornv
ally renounced hor right to
tho" tin one of Hawaii
1901 noproscntatlves df tho royal
houses of Europo anled In
England to attend tho funeral
ot Queen Victoria.
1915 South Dakota senate passed a
-bill abolishing tho death pon-J
One Year Ago Today
o 1- o
With tho support of the British
nndFrench delegates? President fall
son's system of mandatories was put
on tho official record by' tho Buretyi
of tho Peace Conferonce.
Today's Birthdays j
o : : o
Most Hov. William J. Wtilsh, Cath
olic archbishop of Dublin and Prl
n.ato of Iroland, born In Dublin, 79
years ago today, ,
Frank D. Itoosovelt, Assistant So
erotniy of tho United States Navy,
born nt Hydo Parle, N. V 38 joars
ago today. v ' .
Jacob M. Dickinson, formor Secre
tary of War of tho United States,
born at Columbus,, Miss,, 09 5 oars
ogo today, (
Choilos Martin Looffloi;, noted Am
erican, musician and composer, horn
In Alsaco, C9 years go today.
II. 5. FORCES
(Correspondence of the A
LONDON, Jan. 14 Tho
States inado tho MA iargest con
tribution In fighting forces during
the war, nearly, approximately, 2,-
000,000 men, according to figures
compiled by British statisticians.
Franco headed tho list, whllo Great
Britain came second with a grand
Utal of 8,054,407.
Tho ration strength ot the Amerl
can nrmy In Franco on Armistice
day, that Is, tho total number gf
men who wore being fed from army
stockfl, Is' placed at 1,924,900, trhllo
Croat Britain's ration strength - In
this theater on the same dato was
l,7ul,C78. This. does not tako into
account prisoners of war or tho
negro labor employed by England.
America's combatant strength In
France on Armistice day Is set down
at 1,160,000, and Great Britain's at
1,164,790. Tho combatant strength
includes all troops whose functions
arc, In tr!e first place, fighting. '
Tho captures of prisoners' and
guns. i France during the .victorious
offensives against tho German army
between July 18 and .November 11,
1918, are given as follews:
British armies, 200,000 and .2, M0,
respectively; French armies, 135,720
and 1,880; American armies, 43,300
and 1,421; Belgian armies, 14,500
and 474. IC is pointed out that in
addition to tho above there were
80,000 British combatant .troops, in
Italy who co-operdted in tho flnalde
Xeat of tho Austrian nrmy at Vlltario
Veneto, capturing 30,000 prisoners,
nnd that In the eastern theaters of
war, Palestine nnd Mesopotamia,
wherclhjout 400,000 British' troops
on an average throughout 1918 werej
fighting, the complcto defeat and
destruction" of tho Turkish army yt&i
effected by the British" atlcne, and a
t'otal of 85,000 prisoners taken. ,
TJio following figures ,show the
number of troops contributed byithe
various parts of tho British Empire
during tho war:
, British' Isles, 5,704,416,, Canida,
U40,88e; Australia, 4iG,5U9r wevr
Zealand, 220,099; South Africa,
136,070; India, 1,401350; other
colonies, 1347837. The grand total
Tho casualties of tho troops "ot the
British Empire aare stated as fol
lews: British Isles, killed, 662,083;
missing or prisoners, 140,312;
Losses Of troops from India. Can-
adas Australia and other parts of the
empire brought the total to, killed,'
oui, ui; missing ana prisoners,
142,057; wounded 2,067.442.
Prisoners repatriated are .not in
eluded In the foregoing.
Maor General Peyton C. March,
American chief of staff, announced
on January 26, 1919, that America
had the. second largest Allied army
on tho western front. In ration
strength, when the armistice was
signed. Tho French had, he said,
2,559,000 men, the United States
1,'950,000, and the British, includ
ing the Portuguese, who were serv
ing" with them, 1,71S,000. General
March did not give tho comparative
figures of the national armies show
ing tholr combatant strength on
SHANGHAI, Dec.30. (By Mail.)
Hugo quantities of opium and mor-
jihla nro smuggled Into China thiough
thlspojt, say authorities of -the In
ternational Settlement who urgo that
ooiiie form of customs barrier bo pro-
lded atho waterfiont. It Is charged!
i'uu, uirgo quantities or naicotic
CH'Snre being 01 ought to Shang
hai in European and Japanese steam
ers. In one raid $40,000 woith ot
morphia ,w as "solzod from Uip Japan-
MANY MK.VIOAN PASSPOKTS.
JUAREZ, Mex. Jan. 29. During
919, 29..00O passports, both Ameri
can and Mexican, woro vised at the ot-
flco of E. A. Dow, American consul
hero. This figure represents an in
crease of 60 por cent ovor that of
1918. The past year was ono of tho
busiest in tho history ot tho consul
ate according to Mr. Dow. ,
Among tho"Burmeso tho possession
of a whlto olophant stands os a sign
and symbol of universal sovorelgntr,
livery Burmoso king longs for tho
capture of such a treasure during his
lolgn, ns a token that his legitimate
royalty is recognized by tho uiibeen
COMING TO CANADA
VANCOUVER, B. C Jan. 29.
Hundreds of English families of the
ii' ddlo class will emigrate to Canada
rid especially British Columbia with
in I ho n"xt few years, and a largo In
I fli 1 may bo expected before tho end
i of this year, In tho opinion of Jam1
I'lndloy, formor mayor of Vancouver,
who recently returned after four
ears war work abroad.
Englishmen who formerly main
tained a high standard of Jiving on
pre-war Incomes, now find those In
comes Insufficient for their needs,
and aro turning thrir eyes towinl
Canada as a land of broadnr oppor
tunitles,, Mr. FIndIn asered lhe2
conditions apply especially to the
i.ilddlo class, made uu munly of bus-
irir-fa and profesnIon.il men, ho said
VALPARAISO, Dec. 20, fly Mall)
Production of nitrate In the Tav
paca district of Chile is to bo resum
ed on the scale which prevailed dur
ing the war wheh there was a heavy
demand for It In the manufacture of
explosives. Twenty-thousand nitrate
workers were dismissed when the
war ended. A similar number will
now be employed. About 750,006
tons ot nitrate have been sold'for ex
port, and It Is expected that 250,000
tons more soon will be sold. Most of
It will go to Europe.
When he boxedw" Bob Moha at
Milwaukee tho other night Ted Jame
son wore the same shoes that Jack
Dempspy wore when he knocked out
AT THE THEATERS
Tom Mix, tho daredevil of the
screen, woh will bo seen as .Jere
Lynch, oily son of a family of feud
ists, with the courage to fall in love
with the daughter of the enemy, when
William Fox presents,"The Feud" at
the Liberty Theatre on Sunday ha3
lhad more stories of adventure than
ho has jet had time to present on the
Tom Mix was born In the South
west when that section was rife with
tho spirit of lawnessless and wa's rals
ed as a cowboy there. Ho ha3 been de
puty sheriff, state and national en
"forcpmenC'olflcor, and a membeyjAt
the Texas Rangers. Ho was a member
of the Rough Riders during the Spanish-American
war and Jater was Chief
of Scouts In the Philippines. He also
fought In the suppression of the Box
er uprising Jn China?
The adventure which Mix prizes
most highly was the hunting trip
on 'which he acted as guide to The
odore Roosevelt! Tho friendship es
tablished on this trip continued -tllll
the end ot Roosevelt's life. .
Mix first appeared on the screen
'solely as a daredevil, but quickly
showed acting ability which won him
serious roles. Ho has appeared as
star in about twenty Fox productions,
among tho more important of which
are "Tho Speed Maniac," ''Rough
Riding Romance," "The WUderness
Trail," "Fighting For Gold," ''Hell
Roarin' Reform," "The Coming of
tho Law," "Mr, Logan, U. S. A." and
''Durand of the Bad Lands."
In ''The Feud" Mix-has tlie best
'ole In which ho has been seen. He
really has two roles, which he uis
tlngulshes by marked histrionic abil
ity, in addition to several bits of dar
For the first time In (he annals of
photoplay, moving picture audiences
aro offered, a film telling a fascinat
lug and interesting story, every foot
of which Is made on Alaskan soil.
The life of adventure which tho
two pals lead takes them through
wild forests abounding in beautiful
mountain streams, up tho steep snow
clad slopes of giant summits, oer
tljs" tops of colossal glaciers, and into
a real fight in a tjpical northwest
"The Girl Alaska" Is Indeed a uni
que picture. Each scene ns it unfolds
itself discloses a new' thrill, In scenic
beauty. The difficulties encountered
in -tho photographing of this unusual
picWro wore stupendous, but all tlie
caro exerclsejl, and the pains taken In
its preparation aro well compensated
by tho marvelous beauty of tho fin
Thp plot 1 tho desire for gold In
tho hoarts ot the hero and the hero
ine, and tho Ilfo of ndvonturo thoy
lend In the wild north couritry. This
forms a logical basts from beginning
to end for tho display of the natural
beauty of this enthralling country,
which is now shown, on tho screon
for tho first tlmo, In all its. Incompar
"Tho Girl Alaska," will be tho at
traction nt tho Liberty Theatre on
Tuesday nnd everyone who sees it
Kvlll havo something to talk about for
weeks and inonths to como.
Don't think of missing It.
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The highest spot inhabited by
human beings is the Buddhist clois
ter of Hanje, in Tibet, where 'a scor
of monks live at an altitude of nearly
sixteen thousand feet.
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