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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
BATunnAY, February 7, 1020.
If - ,
Carrying a Ion a Mile
for less than a Cent
A clren unit ef nr
commodity wtl bur
now then It ever did
before In the hlltorr
oftht country. A too
of ateel or buihel ef
wheat will bur more
than ever before.
Walker D. HIbm
American freight rates are the lowest in the world.
Qfiis advertisement is published by the
Association ofSflailway executives
Those desiring iriformation concerning the railroad situation may obtain literature
by writing to The Association of Hailicay Executives, 61 liroadvray, Xctc York
HONOLULU, T. II , January 18.
(Ily Mall.) Coventor McCarthy,
who left recently with tho Hawaiian
commission to ushlugton, bofoio
his dcpartiiro Issued it proclamation
to tho people of tho Pulled States
and of tho world Inviting thorn to
Hawall'ii greatest pageant, April 12 to
18, 1020. The colouration will com
momornto tho hundredth unn'vov-
The Government Took Over
of certain QUASI-publlc concerns, and, with tho assistance of n
lorgo part of tho previously formed organizations, realized some
success In operation, but as a total result tho oxporlmont was a
fniluto. Every day that passes furnishes ovldcnco to Justify this
nssortlon. Tho property and businesses taken ovor havo been or
will bo returned to tho owners for tho real reason, if not admitted,
thnt tho undertakings woro too big and complicated for now nnd
unexperienced' chiefs to mnnngo. What tho results of this experi
ment 'will bo lis to tho futuro value of tho properties no ono can,
with accuracy, predict. It cannot be entirely satisfactory to the
bwners or, for some years at least, to the general public.
There wps cloarly demonstrated during tho war tho valuo and
practicaj, benefit of privnto management ns compared with public
managements If It bo said that government (or municipal) conduct
to business Jin's sometlmoa boon successful, tho nnswer Is that tho
same business In the hands of pilvnto, responsible) individuals, wlUt
capital and success nt stako, would have resulted more favorably.
California-Oregon Power Co.
Freight rates have played a very small part in the
rising cost of living.
Other causes the waste of war, under-production,
credit inflation have added dollars to the
cost of the necessities of life, while freight charges
have added only cents.
The average charge for hauling a ton of freight a
mile is less than a cent.
A suit of clothing that sold for $30 before the war
was carried 2,265 miles by rail from Chicago to
Los Angeles for 16& cents.
Now the freight charge is 22 cents and the suit
sells for $50.
The cost of the suit hs increased 30 tlnllari.
The freight on it has Increased only 6 cent:
Other transportation charges enter into the cost of the finished
articlecarrying the wool to the mills and the cloth to the tailors
but these other charges amount to but a few cents more.
The $10 pair of shoes that used to sell for $5 goes
from the New England factory to the Florida dealer
for a freight charge of 5& cents only one cent
more than the pre-war rate.
Beef pays only two-thirds of a cent a pound freight
from Chicago to New York.
Miiy of tho landing In Hawaii In 1820
of the first band of Now England
The pioneers of Christendom in the
Inlands loathed Kallita on tho lb!a:ul
of Hawaii, April 12, 1820, and came
to Honolulu six days later. j
Directors of tho Hawaiian Missions'
Centennial beliovo It will bo tho last1
Hint will correctly depict thu ancient1
modo of Ufa of tho Hawaiian island-,
crs. Tho older generation is passing
away rapidly, nntl tho joungor nronr-i
bora of tho raco are moio familiar
with mot'nrn education and custom1
than with tho loro of the islands I
Inborn to pro'arit ons bnvp been I
n n lo for tho cntonntiil, which Is bo-
Ing financed principally by tho de
scendants of the Hist missionaries,
who ar. numbered among the
wealthy and Influential of Hawaii.
The centcnnlnl was launched by
the Hawaiian board of missions, a
i ranch of tho original American
boaid of missions of Boston, which
sen: the last missionaries to Hawaii.
Tho pageant also has the backing of
tho Hawaiian territorial government,
whoso l9g stature In 1919 passed an
jet authorizing tho governor to ap-
point a commission to act with the
missionary board. I
(iovoiiior McCarthy, who will,
snont the net three months in Wash
ington with tho Hawnljan commis
sion to tho national capital, seoklug
(mproed legislation for tho Islands,
unnouncid thnt ho would ask tho
shipping board for tho allocation of
n lnrgo, speedy passenger steamer to
i ny pugdunt visitors to Hawaii not
I An entire week will bo occupied by
tho celobtation. Hundreds of native
Ilnwilinns will participate, dopicting
I incidents of tho ancient life of their
I race. Tire landing of tho mission-
' nries will bo re-enacted ami mere win
i follow scenes showing lifo during the
missionary period, tho overthrow of .This is vastly more important ue
the monarchy In 1893. annexation to I J tj' ""J pores do .not absorb
tho United States in 1893, nnd other
historical events. The establishment
of tho llrst printing press In 1820,
bald to have been the first west of
tho Missouri river, also vlll bo por
traed. Distinguished mainland educators
nnd speakers hnvo beon Invited to at
tend. These lncludo Frank Vnnder
llp, Hon. Henry Vnn Dyke, Aurolin
Kelnhnrdt, president of Mills college,
Oakland, Cnl.; Mary Woolloy, presi
dent of Mount Holyoko college;
Henry Suzznlo, president of tho Uni
versity of Washingten: H. n, Wilson,
superintendent of public schools,
Berkeloy, Cal.; David Percy Jones,
mayor of Minneapolis,
A Herald Want Ad will soU it.
AT THE CHURCHES
No change: will be mnlc In tlilt
column unlet the copy 1 at The
Ktcnltig Herald office by 5 o'clock
First Ilnptlnt Church, corner Wash
ington and Eighth. I
btinday school at 10 a, m., C. It.
Dul.np, superintendent. '
Preaching at 11 a. m.
i'ruyer servico Wednesday at 8 P. M.
Every second and fourth Wednesday
, ivonlng will be devoted to missionary
i B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening t 8
p. m. A cordial invitation la extend
ed to all to attend tbeso services.
Sacred Heart Churcn, corner 8th
land High streets. Rov. Hugh J. Mar-i
! shall, pastor. ,
1 1st Mats at 8 o'clock
I 2nd Mosh at 10.30
Evening service, Kosary and IJenc
. diction at 7 o'clock.
First Presbyterian Church, corner
Sixth and Pine streets. Itov. E. P.,
I.nwrcnce, minister, 437 Third street.
i Phone 4 29.
I Morning worship subject, "The
JUnttlo with Self"
Evening service, 7:30 p. m. The
service will bo In charge of tho Chrls-
Itlan Endeavor Society. Different
members will speak on tho history
und various phases of the Christian
Endeavor work. Frank 13. Robin
sun Is president.
1 Tho choir will furnish special
'music at both services.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. We still
have room for more pupils altho the
attendance has gone up by leaps each
Sunday since moving Into tho new
'church. Tho attendance at church
services has almost doubled since
leaving the old church. We extend an
I invitation to anyone wno lias no
church home to worship with us.
j Lutheran Since Ttev M. C. Ross
tn an is 111, services and Sunday
school will not be held Sunday.
Methodist Episcopal Church, Tenth
1 and High. Rev. S. J. Chaney,
pastor, 1117 East street. Phone 67W
. Sunday Iniol lit lC.OTiA M.
Morning Worship at 11.00 A. M.
Junior League at 5:30 p m.
' Sunday school 10 a. m.
I Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.
Evening Church Service 7:30 p. m.
j Prayer meeting Wednesday even
I Ing at 7:30 p. m.
I All are cordially invited to all the
' services at the Methodist Church.
The young people can do no better
tban spend an hour with the League
'from 0:30 to 7:30 p. m. each Sun
' First Christian Church, corner;
(Ninth and Pine streets. C. F Tfim-
1 ble, pastor.
I Sunday School. 10 A. M.
Sermon 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor G:30 p. "in.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing, 7:30 p m.
Fmmpnuel Bnntlst Church, Eleventh
and High streets.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
Woman's Home and Foreign Mis
sionary Society meets first Thurs
dnv of each month.
' Tou are Invited to these services.
The Christian Science Society of
Klamath Falls holds services at 113
Fourth street every Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and every Wednesday
evening nt 7:30. All ore welcome
Tho subject of lesson for Sunday.
The Sunday school session Is from
9:45 to 10:45 every Sunday morning
The free reading room and free
lending library is open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
T'nder the provision of the day of
rest law to become effective In Cali
fornia on February 1C, no woman
employed in n hotel or restaurant
oter six hours a day may work more
thnn six days a week.
UP DRINK GLASS
Wash poisons and toxins frore
-system before putting
food into stomach.
Wngh yourseif on the Inside before
breakfast like you do on the outside.
IlillllllHlkO IMIW ItID M4UUI tiiuuitiQ
Illness, while the bowel pores do
For every ounce of food taken into
tho stomach nearly an ounco of
wasto material must he carried out
of tho body. If this wasto Is not
ollminnted day by day it quickly
ferments and genorntes poisons,
gases and toxins which are absorbed
or sucked into the blood stream,
through the lymph ducts, which
should suck only nourishment.
A splendid health measure Is to
drlak, before breakfast each day, a
glass of hot water with a teaspoon
ful of limestone prosphate in it,
which is a harmless way to wash
these poisons from tho stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowels; thus
cleansing, sweetening and freshen
ing the alimentary canal before eat
ing more food.
A quarter pound of limestono'
phosphate costs but very little at tho
drug store, but Is sufficient to mako
anyone an enthusiast on inside bqth-lng.
Marble & Granite Works
1040 SLAIN ST.
1122 Main St.
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 46 Main St.
Homo-Made Plea and Cakes.
Cold Mcata A Loach Good.
Ice Cream and Fruits.
We handle the Harley-Davidson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
ively. Also buy, sell and exchange
all otner Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes.
C. E. BISMARK
110 8. Otb St. Klamath Fall
We open store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 a. m.,to 4:00 p. m.
Many are the good things we can
show. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thngs cheap as
vaii miv lug.n Vfiti lll ryavar Via In
,,,,. n,i ha0 .' 0vin ., vnl1 hnv vmir
i unt-v rarif rn
i.ULhY uilk . lu.
1 201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St,
' tTH" fr
Let your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazlng done In any part
of the city
E. C. STUCK.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W 1024 Main.
J. C. CLEGHOBN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 517 Main St.
Phone : Office 160, Rce. 10SJ
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
bam. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh and Main Streets
Hair Dressing, Shampooing,
Manicuring, Pace Massage
Leo Apts., nth nnd Walnut
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Carpenter and Cabinet
106 Main Street Phono 437
For Your Favorite
Phone 176J 10 Main St.
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Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
Fourth and Pine Streets
loom la Illdg., Klamath Falls
DR. C. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. F. Building
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDnnlcU,
301 High St Phone 455
Offlco Phone 177W lies 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. 0.0. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rooms 4 and 5
17K Swanson Bldg.
(Over Gun Store)
Physician and Surgeon
Office. White Bldg.
MEDICINE AND BUBGEBT
206 I. O. O. P. Bldg.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Trass
Suit 206, I. O. O. F. Bldg
Office phone 86J
Bes Pbone 86M
Phenes: 151.T Office.
Office 420 Main
Residence 1900 Main
SAW MILL ENGINEEBING &
Designers and builders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Planing Mills, "Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
any class of a building and install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 140J
Office In K. D. Building
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair- ;
Ing New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Pbone 250-V 617 Klamath Ave. :
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
sand and gravel pit, in any quantity
that may bo desired by contractors
I and builders.
AL P. GRAHAM.
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
ARTHUR R. WILSON
In the Hospital