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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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II Personal Menfion
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' ' WINTER has nearly
knocking at our doors.
vanished and Spring will spon be
WILL YOU BE READY ?
WE have anticipated your needs for the season,, in all our
NEW SPRING SUITS are arriving daily, in wonderful crea
tions of the many popular materials so much in demand.
- JERSEY CLOTH, made into suits, is demanded, because of
its wearing quality and not creasing so badly.
THERE are a number of bewitching dresses on display in our
windows and in our dress cabinets. THEY are worth your atten
tion, as they are entirely new.
, , ,: THESE corduroys are in suiting widths and come in t;he most
delicate shades of Blues, Greens, Tans, Browns, Yellows. They
are especially desirable for this Spring's wear.
WE ' are offering the finest values in "Nashua Wool-Nap"
Blankets. They are of extra size, very heavy, and of the finest
. colorings. WE are exceedingly fortunate to be able to offer you
these values at this time. Specially priced at
H. N. MOE, Proprietor
!Hit ! ! 4M4m1im ''
Neatly Is hero from Cottugo
business niul Jo vllt hit
daughter Mlxs Franco Hentty.
Mrs Ilonry Uolvln has returned
from a two mouth' vlU lu Sun Joko,
whore her son, Harry, Is atlvmllnff
W. K. Uoliloln. who has lioeu very
III wth pneumonia, Is reported to ho
Mrs. Marlon J Uiirmu, who Imh
been here lulling hor mothor and
other relatives, accompanied hy her
two children, left this morning for
Agcr, Cal . to Join hor husband on
his ranch near that place,
yi'lTS POLICE POUCH
FOR imiUKTlAYIN(l .IOU
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Horses harness, lum
' ber wagons. Ulg UaIn Lumber Co.
FOR SALE 3 good milcb cows ana
one Duroc Jersey bear with papers.
One mile north of Shasta View School
house. Call oc address O. E. .Hunt,
Merrill. Ore. 20-S1
"On the other hand, the workers'
wages hare reached a stupendous
figure. The man 'who before the war
would have earned the equivalent of
five shillings, at present refuses to
do the same work for less than four
or fire pounds per day. Cabmen
reach the supreme height of extor
tion at Constantinople.
Shipping is fairly actlre in the
port. Sereral Allied warships He In
FOR SALE: Dandy little, p room!tile Bosphorus. The historic Goeben
OUQKaiuw, on cumcr .ui, nuaut:
is in the Gulf of Ismit.
"The British are engaged In re
building the road to Therapia. It is
singularly new npd interesting to
witness the spectacle of British,
French and Italian troops in the
'streets; Highlanders in kilts. Royal
FOR SALE 5 passenger' Maxwell 'Ita,ian Carabinlers; and sturdy
seirc CaUt A2?CrS!Ji IV!!, '" by with their
Phone 121M. 20-2G J band.
"The Sultan, of whose impending
fate we hear so much now-a-days,
still goes In State to the Selamllk
erery Friday. The psychology of the
Turks in Constantinople appeared to
me to denote Indifference, in the
sense that they did not seem to care
much what political future awaited
them. Although the Asia Minor Na
tionalists were said to be more or
less actlre, there was no evidence of
their activities In Constantinople.
There the young Turk is at least in
visible. "Of the Germans not one is left,
save a few Inrallds. The former Gfer-
trees, lawn, chicken house and yard;
basement, hot .and cold water, bath,
toilet, lavatory, glassed-ln-porcli, pn
ry $2,250. $750 cash, balance to
" J. T. WARD & VI.
20 123 S. 7th St.
FOR SALE Good, clean restaurant
and small grocery business, stock
and fixtures also tease. Sickness
cause of sell'ng. 1122 Main St.
A ISIG RARGAIN.
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Sot of six Emersout2,4 inch Disc
Plows, all steel frame, weight two
tons. In fine condition, used last
season. Lot of extra parts. Vill sell
for $"300 cash if taken quick. This
is, one third cost price! 'On the Snyder
ranch. Swan Lake.APhone 11F11.
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BIDS WAXTKD FOR LOGGING.
'wANTBD-to let-contract to log man ",s''"a' aB been converted In-
eighteen million feet timber at rate
of six millions yearly beginning this
season. For particulars inquire of
Nine Lumber Co. Boxll2ITK. F.
: HAS CHANGED
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LONDON, Jan. 29. (By Mall).
Constantinople Is much less picture
sque than it was before the war; yet
the extreme charm of the East .lin
gers as persistently about th,e,cjty as
It 'did In the past, writes anonymous
ly an Allied official of high rank in
the Pall Mall Gazette.
"When I stood on the 'famous
bridge over the Golden Horn," he
went on, 'tho incredible diversity of
orientals one was always wont to
see passing was there, but at least
76 percent of them were'dressed as
Europeans. Some no longer even
wore the fez. f
"A business-like aid pervades the
principal thoroughfares, not because
the Turk himself has suddenly devel
oped high commercial instincts, but
owing to the great Influx: of business
men from the Allied and neutral
"All commodities command the
most exaggerated prices. Great-quan
tities of goods have, however, begun
(o arrive, so that prices will soon be
gin to decline.
to a British hospital,
''The Robert College, one of the
foremost seats of learlng in the East,
continues to function. The ordinary
native system of education alsb"gofls
"It was rather striking to find the
big mosques free from the tourists;
The cost of travel coupled with the
difficulties associated with passports
form a barrier to tasual, sight-seeing
NO WHITE CANNIBALS
ON T1BURON ISLAND
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Feb. 20.
Member, of the mining expedition
Captain Harry de Wlndt, an English
explorer., said ho iilans to lead to
Tiburon Taland in the Gulf of Calif
ornia need not fear "white cannibals"
reported there, according to Los Ang
eles residents who have visited the
Persons returning from Tiburon,
however, have given it an unpleasant
reputation. They have reported that
it is overrun with reptiles and that
the few Indians living there, while
not actively hostile, are sullen and
Stories of a strange white tribe,
using poisoned darts and an ancient
blunderbuss to bag occassional visi
tors to provido native feast, are
scouts here, Some Los Angeles resid
ents have reported having seen nat
Ives carrying modern firearms.
WILL CONTRAST OWN
VOICE WITH RECORDS
In order that the people of Klam
ath Falls may have opportunity to
judge the extent to which the Edison,
phonograph reproduces the quality ofi
the human voice", George A. WIrtz,
the local Edison dealer, has arranged
for a tone test at Houston's opera
house, Monday evening, March 1, at
which Miss Marie Morrlssey, the not
ed contralto who has produced many
popular records for the Edison com
pany, will sing In person and by
proxy. That is, Miss Morrlssey will
contrast her real voice' against that
voice as reproduced by the Edison
phonograph, and the audience may
detect the difference if they can. The
machine used wit) be one of the stock
Edlsons carried by the WIrtz store.
The Edison company maintain that
Its machine reproduces the exact tone
of the human voice, In every sbado
and Inflection, and Is sending one of.
its most popular artists to Klamath'
Falls to prove Its assertion. The pub-,
lie Is to be the Judge.
Admission to the concert will be
by Invitation. Tickets may be had
for the asking at the Klamath Falls!
Music House, 725 Main street.
Miss Morrlssey has been appearing
In a, series of concerts in conjunction
with, the Edison phonograph throuch-
out California and press reports say
that she has taken California towns'
by storm. In Bakersfleld recently
the audience that packed the big aud
itorium refused to leave when the
curtain fell, and raised such pande
monium that the singer In order to
quiet' them was forced' to extend the
regular program for-an hour and even
the,u ''the crowd hesitated In depart-'
PASADBNA, Cal., Fob. 10 Carl
Lang.itaff has resigned from tlio Pas.
nilena police, at n salary of $120 per
month, to go to work at a brlckmason
In Texas for $11.00 a day. Coramls
slon'or M. H. Salisbury remarked that
as a Texas brlckmason receives, more
than a Pasadena police commissioner
he was tempted to giro up hl posi
tion to become a helper to the former
rROTKUT TRAFFIC ROIjKS.
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MUqUCTSJ'TOIJ MAJOIIAniR, H.Y.
1)0 haa tunt anmn in nmonn in
ntks hit hoi yi 'Only In fe ana-
uoni could bunlneati b dnvo3opil to tho pru-
nt iUko nd still he a 10 iraity of tho poi.
lbllltlas unlouchoil. vty lmproislon of Or,
(ton la rirat, that you hv a aandarful country)
cond, that you have lona voiidirful thinpa
with lt and third, that you can do atlll -nip
Oregon has cedo raptil itrldaa In th paal ra
yar and tha potaloUUtaa for Ilia futur ar
alnoit Unltlaia. tvn H bahoovaa ovary toy
al tltllMi to Ril hahtnJ Oregon lcduitrtaa and
i but orucoox moDucTS
Aaaoalatad tnduatrlaa of Orc Tja
RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan. 38. (By
Mall). The Chauffeurs' Union,
members of which operate tnoro
than 1,200 taxlcabs, recently went on
strike for one week In protest against
traffic regulations and low taxlcab
tariffs. Many driven of privately.
owned cars joined them and while
tho striko wns In force the streets
seemed strangely deserted.
Tho strikers returned to work af
ter tho street car employes failed to
Join them. Tho city and fodoral au
thorities refused to Investigate tho
strikers' claims while they remained
SAYS UK'S QUALIFIED.
SAN FRANCISCO, Fob. 20. Horo
Is an advertisement that nppoared In
a daily paper here recently:
'WANTED Position In kltchon or
.general housework hy man that has
riecn keeping bar for twenty-olght
' Tho applicant, John Kornahrons,
according to a newspaper interview,
suggested that as household help Is
tacking the "members of a noble old
Jifofesslon might come to the rescue."
DKNVEfl CRAFTS MKN
DKMAND MORE I'AV.
WII.1. MKKT AI'ltlTj WU
DENVER, Colo., Fob . 20. De
mands by throe additional building
cratta for wago Increases ha been
made upon Denver contractor, nnmo
ly, tha hod carriers, plnsterurs nnd
brlcklayeri, and their domands will
In all probability be Bottled by tho re
cently formed arbitration board, con
slstinf of roproaentatlves of the un
ions and tho contractors.
Both tho plastorers and bricklay
ers ask for a flat dally scale, of $10
as compared with tho present wago of i
$9. The hod carrlora ask an Increase,
to $6.50 por day. Formal reply Is
askod by tho brlcklayors by March 1,
whtlo tho two other unions huvo glv
en tho contractors until April 1 to
LONDON, Fob. 4. (By Mall).
Agitation against profiteering In
Jamaica, British West Indlos, has bo
como so wide-spread that the local
government has been asked to pass
legislation similar to tho English
8A1.T LAKE C1TV. Feb. 20.
April 3 has boon set as the date for
the meeting of tho Utnh Democratic
state central committee here for tho
purpose of choosing tho dato and se
lecting tho city for holding of the
Democratic stato convention nt which
dologntos to tho nntlonnl convention
nt San Francisco Juno 28 will bo
Utuh'x congressional representa
tion allows this statu eight full votes
nt tho nntlonnl convention. W. R.
Wnlluco, stuto chairman, bollovoa
that tho meeting of tho stnto body
will bo held about May 10.
Tho Republican state central com
mittee will moot Feb, 23 to fix thn
(Into for tho selection of delegates to
tho ropubllcan natlnnnl convention
OREGON aonorally fair, modor
ato northwest winds
In Japan tho total of a bill Is pnt
at tho top antl tho Horns benoath.
I WEATHER RECORD
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H.ereafter the Herald will publish
tho mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation record as tak
en by the U, S. Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to 5 o'clock of that day,
A Herald Want Ad will sell it.
Feb. 1 45 29
Feb, 2. 51 26
Fob. . 3...... 47 26
Fob. 4. 54 26
Feb, 5...... 55 25
Feb. ...'..: 52 30
Feb. 7.... 50 25
Feb. 8 40 19
Feb. 9. 45 19
Feb. 10 45 20
Feb. 11..,.. 63 23
Feb, 12 54 26
Feb. 13 54 27
Fob. 14 59 24
Feb. 15...... 66 27
Feb. 16 65 26
Feb. 17...... 54 28
Feb. 18 62 25
Feb. 1 ,... 58 30
We've Got Lots of 'Em, and
Good Ones, Too
WITH THIS CHANGE OF WEATHER ON HAND, IT IS
BETTER TO TAKE NO CHANCES, AND FOR THESE REA
SONS AS WELL AS OTHERS YOU SHOULD HAVE PLENTY
OF BEDDING FpRTHE PRESENT USE.
WE HAYS A FULL LINE OF ASSORTED BLANKETS,
COMFORTERslfsHEETS, AND PILLOvf CASES.PRICES TO
SUIT YOUR PURSEA'ND BEDDING TO SUIT YOUR BED.
" I Ain't Mad at Nobody "