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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1920)
TBtJnSnAV, MARCH 18, 1020.
THE .EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
(HM Tho following Instances of a wlrt-nrui7 PUII AfiPI PUT A CTnl?Ar.P HATTCDV TUP RATTCDV AXITLI A TUr
.lowed mother, who mis saved fro.iii ,... . . ." . ' ihw
.9iife mnrlo In vnnr pxnr.t individual reniiirements.
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Step in and select your Spring and Summer Suit now.
We guarantee perfect-fitting, finely-tailored, stylish
$ Clothes, made by
"?i suffering through Informal Ion oh-
? tn!ned through thin channel, In onlv
$!ono of mnny demonstrating tho lack
1 1 of knowledge which obtains concoru
v f Ing tho personal rights of tho men
, nnri -their tolntlves.
5 ! While In rnmn this woman's son.
who hnil been tho main support of)
tiio Home, wns struck uy iiKiuniitK
'niid killed. Ignorant of her rights or i FLASHLIGHTS WILL
. limv to obtain them, tho mother filed I DCOI ATC I AMTC1DMC Jl
no claim and wns In artunl wnnt
'when tho Red Cross questionnaire! LONDON'. Feb. 33. (lly Mull).
wns hrouRht to her nttentlon by ! One of tho most pictiiroi.iuo fenture
nciKuour. iimuirj v"""" i"" """" ior lio varied outfit of tho London a
ntlon tint durlnK her son's period of , ,,0,eomn,lt ,i,(, ,l.fnshlonod oil dark- 1
. service men wore automatically In-; jntprni iH , KV0 ,,!,,, , tju, ,,or- 1
5. Bured by tho government nnd tl.jc fas,nKi,t, S
Tho London "bobby" has boon no- f
customed when (l.trluiocs foil to light w
his lamp and attach It to his belt at l
f-o back slightly on tho right sldo.
It generated too much bent, wan
cumberioino and when a pollremnn ' a
engaged In a scuttle with u criminal M
6th, Between Main and Klamath Phone
merely applying and furnishing 110-
ccssary proofs tho mother receives
' In monthly Installments the benefits
1. 1 from n JoOOO Insurance policy.
, A reply from n dlschirgod sol-
dior suffering with heart legion din
s'. , closed tie fact that ho lnd not np-
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pliod for compensation thinking that,,,,, ci,,n(. waa Kl,0rouly jprlnk-
iliness nut not entitle mm io a ciann. : ,C(, vith kerosene. 1
Tho Home Service Section Interested: w
obtained for him not only tho com-1 j;iit'IIKll TI'KVS
T.XIU.CS ON DAX("i:i5S
: , neiisntlon due. but medical treat
mont as well; also adjusting matters
, which related to tho weffaro of the
family and the home.
, Miss Oleson, tho Klamath County
j Uoiuo Service Worker Is very nnxl
'? ous to secure n list of service mon
I who left from this county or who
1 are now residing hero In order that
Kit ASCII., lnd.. Mar. IS -The
, i'-'town wag" 'mailed nn Invltat'on to
the. Her. Fdwflrd Hosier to attend 11
''select dnncp" at Clay City recently.
Tho nttnlster caused 'a scnsitlon bv
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
'accepting rind Including In the pro-
I i tit tit it c1t tiitiiiMimi m a nVttnrttnil
S such questionnaires may bo sent to;""" " ", "'" ," ' ,
V ', , ,,, , . , . . , Accompanied by is wife, the Itev
v , them nnd will bo very glad to get In ' ' , ' . ...
. , ..,..,.,. . Mr. Koslcr paid lis dollar entrance
..touch with Individuals or orgnnlzn- , . ' , ... , ,,
. 1.. . , ... . , . ,, . fee nnd pnssed nto the dance hull
a1 tlons bnvlng partial or completo lists, ,, ., ' . , , , , , ,.
51 , ., , 1 .1 1 He then ntticked dancing nnd after
of tho service men In this county. ,
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1 prayer tor ino "sinnerH" 11 moyt
would kneel. Several did kneel and
MEN APPLY TO
The American Red Cross does not
consider its war-developed responsi
bility to soldiers and sailors and
their families finished until every
ex-service man has received what the
government intended he should. In
fulfilling this obligation' and achiev
ing the desired results, a fundamen
tal point is to discover throughout
countrysides and. in cities those who
for various .reasons have not receiv
ed what is due .them for the service
In many cases, although in most
camps an efort was mnde to Inform
the man of the advantages offered by
the government, it has been found
that he is unaware of them or does
not know how to obtain them. A great
"mass of legislation effecting service
men has been passed since the sign
ing of the armistice or is now pend
ing before congress and the varipus I
state legislatures, and Red Cross
workers have found that many well
informed service men are not famil
iar' with these more recent provis
ions. This is especially true in the
TVest where a large p3rt of our pop
ulation Is transient. There are, no
doubt, many cx-servlce men living In
tho minister prayed.
RIVERSIDE .Cal.. Mar. IS. Two Pnllntt.lnr. ,,, nrnvr , nv
. , , , ,,.., ! families, comprising IS persons un-Mr ,os)or Rnvo 10 Aaavm nnotor
and about Klamath Vails who enter- able to read or write In any langunge; 8ort sormn nm, ,,,,, ,.
i-c serviw irura su:uu inner sinie, were recently discovered in Temescal
vho.do not kno.v about tho bcuefi.s , canyon, near here, by Fred M.
i-.ir home ta' has made for lis.Balrd. a census -enumerator. Dalrd ; lnnM wcnt ono, but WM lImltted
s" s who joined '.he colors 8nd there were eleven children of nn, .,, ,hn ,,. ,rri,,
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Although v-iry little advertising. s;nooi age in tne two lamiiics. Ttie
hi yet been dine by the Klamath I matter was reported to school
suit to send a minister an Invitation
to n dilnre. After the sorvlco tho
County Chapter of tho Red Cross eh , authorities
to Jts facilities for supplying infor-'
matlon and assistance to ox sfrrke
A Herald Wnnt Ad will Roll It.
Anntoln Dolln. the Swedtah middle
dlstanco champion runner. Is dis
gusted with his showing In Amerlcn '
I and Is going back to Swedon. I
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men and their families, enough men)
have called a the Home Fervico 08-; '
fee, located op'iotito tho courthouse 1
in the offices of Deliip & Hayden, to'
Indicate that there are many who are ,
In need of information or assistance.
Answers and requests for service
vary, some being for rnd!cnl or den- j
tal care while a number ure inter ,
ested In government Insurance, lo-l
eating baggage lost while In service, ,
securing duplicate dlschargo certlfl-,
ca'tos, or in obtaining allotments
from service pay which were never ;
received by tho allottee. I
In many countries a successful
means of checking up on thosn who
need assistance In such matters has !
been in the use of a carefully pre
pared questionnaire. It asks informa
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and includes matters of Liberty
Bonds, compensation, insurance,
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ation and co-operation of the soldier
There is great advantage in this per-,
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dler that tho Red Cross is as In'er-,
ested In him at home as when he was '
abroad and brings to light many bad-j
ly neglected 'cases. (
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