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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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PERSONAL MENTION I 'J
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This shoe is especially made for men who must be
well-dressed every day. Snappy Model, Rubber
Heels, Welted Sole, Blind Eyelets, Felt Lined
Tongue. A dress shoe, yet easy on the feet. CROS
SETT Shoes are all leather, which means longer
wear. They give you most for your money.
Bradley - Evans
727 MAIN ST.
"THE ONLY UNION SHOE STORE IN CITY"
Mm Neil Cook of Agor, Cal , nr-
lived list nl Klit. lo visit hor slutor,,-
Mrs Ouldlo Houston, who litis liocn ;
seilousl) 111 but Is now Improving,
nvA matin r. .Mrs. Wllllum Ilium's 'S
Mrs J it hips Foster unit Miss Imt
Ctottlil hu expecting visit from .
their father who resides In Kciuiolt, $
Miss Iilti Momor. cashier of thu
. Khi unit h St.ito bunk, left this morn- 5
'ins for Sim Pianclsco on a business, J
visit. ! $
Mrs Onrd Van ltlper returned Inst
night from throe weeks' lslt In
San Francisco. I
Dr. Go ilil u nl has purchasoil ii now
Mitchell car from Mayer & Wood
Don Kerns Is In the city today,
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from his homo in Keno.
BERKELEY. Cal.. Apr. 15.
Amorlcan scholars, literary men and
artists should add their efforts to
those of merchants, missionaries and
diplomats In Interpreting Chinese
civilization to tho people of the
United States, Dr. Paul S. lteinsch,
former minister to China, said here
In an address that was a fea
ture of the UnUerslty of California
"Charter Week" celebration.
"To realizo what this civilization
means ana now momentous u
that it should not be wantonly Inter
fered with or warped from Its true
peaceable and humane traditions,"
said Dr. lteinsch, "to realiro how-
humanism In tho west may bo
strengthened and clarified by Inti
mate contact with nnd knowledge of
this great humanism of tho cast
that Is the task of American Inter
pretative scholarship and art. In
which tho unlvorsltles of tho land are
called to lead."
China has an important lesson to
teach, ho continued. The essential
element of "tho permanent China
which has evolved a system
while in town attending the Elks' Big Western Nights we invite
you to step in and look over our big showing of Spring Clothing
wonderful values to show you in Kuppenhcimcr's fine Suits and
Coats as low as $25 as high as $100
STEP IN AND SAY "HELLO" WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT
BOYS' DOUBELBILT CLOTHES
TOO LATE TO CIJSIFY
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FOR SALE-- Ford car Tel
FOR SAUK One of tho best Alfalfa
Ranches In Klamath county, good
barn, milk house, dwelling nud bunk
houses, good roads to town tho year
round. I'. O. llox 188, Klamath
FOR SALE Chicken coop, noarly
new 438 Washington St.
SO-acres. free from Incumbrance, 7
miles out. Will trade for good
under .car. 1'hone 501 W. 15-17
!9 5th St
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FOR SALE Ono set ''Oeagun Xylo
phones," one set trap drums; a
b.ugaln. Inquire 93(5 Walnut or
Coe's Jltnej Service 15-17
To those of our cus
tomers who have been
waiting for the prom
ised shipment of Elec
tric Ranges, we wish to'
which hundreds of millions of nwn
could live together In iwace and
equity for thousands of years, Is Its
humanism, the fact that personal
human relations rather than abstract
principles of legality and economics
from its foundation."
"The family, tho clan, the business I 1 now have my new spring samplos
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uuriiierstiiw. iiiu huuhi m uwiwa,. .... .,
group, the Intellectual family of
I teacher and pupils, these have been
! ' the essential things In Chinese llfo.
V Thrn has been evolved a BVstem of
? infinitely delicate personal adjust-1 W() 'offor of QU,ck hjIt, a 2h-acro
: .inents, accompanied by great mutual jrri'gAttl tract, mostly in ulfnlfa and
a Consideration, a high sense of per- only
sonal dignity, and chleiest or all a
to cull anil show them to ou
J, 11. Vollmer, Phono
DANDY 25 ACRi:S
miles from the Falls, at tho
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system of personal equity, allvo rilll.COTH V SMITH.
' among the people, by which all rela-j G33 Main St. Phono CC.
S tions between man and man are ad-, 15-16,
IH'V A IIO.MU FIRST
FIVE MODELS OF
5- The traditional conception of thej
t missionary as "a lugubrious Individ-, u wa(t unt tomorrow yo will
' ual In black clothes doling out dogma j never own n home. No doubt you
'to indifferent natives is pure eurica- are tiieil of moving and are ready to
: ! ture." said Dr. Relnsch la notinc the
'necessity of continuing nnd extend-K!?"5:r?""l,
j ing our activities iu tho far east.
' "Their work has been of tho utmost
importance In giving tho far eastern
Ranges have arrived, and are now on display in our
Link River Electric Co.
Seventh and Klamath
IIIGIiKST STANDARD PRODUCTIONS
TEKWHjUOEK & PATRICK, PROPS.
OWEti MOORE IX "PICADILLY aiM"
VINB, WOMEJf AND SOXG AND THEN THE GIRL
A FAMOUS STORV AND A FAMOUS STAR
FATTY ARBUCKLE, FORD 8TERIANQ AND MACK SWAIN IN
"THE UFE OF REILLY"
A TWO-REEIi SURE-NUFF COMEDY
A GOOD VODA-Vtt MOVIE OF SIX FINE ACTS
lOATHERINE OOLVERT, EUGENE O'BRIEX
1 AND THEODORE ROBERTS IN
"FIRES OF FAITH,"
AN ARTCRAFT SPECIAL
peoples a conception of western
thought, life and beliefs. While
thoro are among them keen observ
ers and scientific observers who bavo
$. added to our knowledge of Oriental
countries, yet they are abroad rather
as apostles tnan as scnoiars. '
"We were instrumental not only in
urging the Japanese to tako tho first
step out of their Isolation of cen
turies, but In holding over them a
shielding hand during tho first de
cades of their new national exist
ence," he said.
"The great Chinese nation has al
ways had the sympathetic good will
of the American government and
people whose equitable policy has
brought us tho confidence of tho
Chinese and which often been ablo
to glvo moral support of tho highest
Importance. Tho fact that tho Chin
ese people aro now attempting to
olaborato and firmly to establish a
system of representative government
similar to our own will tend to make
our political contact still more Intimate.
sfettlo down forover. Wo hno a good
fnifr-rnnm nlastnred houso with
stonq foundation, on paved street, at
tho vory low price of $2200 00. on
terms of $825.00 cash nnd $25.40 a
month thereafter. It will bo a pleas
ure to show you this and other prop-
or y' riHLCOTi: & SMITH
C33 Main St. Phone GO.
I have 20 acres of first-class pota
to land. Will plow and plant If any
one will furnish Beod. Will go fifty
fifty, or will rent same for $10.00
per aero. Ono mllo from Worden,
Ore., In a free from frost holt. H.
F. Chapman. 51-71
CARD OF THANKS
Wo desire to extend our most sln
coro thanks to tho good people of
Dray and Dorrls, Calif., for tholr un
tiring efforts in rendering nsslstanco
during tho sickness nnd death of our
daughter, Bessie Coffonborry.
H. F. Chapman and family.
FOR SAIi: Ford
Eaglo Peel Hall,
We are taking over the General Insurance and
Bend business heretofore conducted in this city by
Chilcote & Smith.
We wish to thank those who have favored this
Agency with their business in the past.
It will be our endeavor to conduct the business in
the future along the same efficient methods. Our
aim is SERVICE to you, and Protection for Your
Business and Your Property.
We solicit your business and promise to give to it : ;
the faithful attention that you give to your own
business. If you think you are over-insured or ;;
x uiiuur-insureu, we win ue giaa at any time to check :;
5 ( up witn you ana see mat your interests are protected.
Our offices are at 033 Main street, with Chilcote
t & Smith, Phone GG. We handle all kinds of Insur-
ance. Let us Protect You.
! DUNBAR & DUNBAR
t THE AGENCY OF SERVICE J
VIENNA, March 22. (Hy Mall.)
Pooplo of this city aro beginning to
find out what they hnvo boon ontlug
tutes are mado largely of flour, that
"liver sausages," boloved by tho
Vlonnoso, are based on wlioit dis
solved nnd buiihoiioiI nnd that fomo
cheeso is a preparation of potatoos
mlidowed to got tho proper tasto.
in various Imitation foods. Expel ts j Tinned horsomont Is tho latest 'doll
who luio Investigated tbp composl- ency" to appear In tho shops,
tlou of certain food stuffs now on m
salo have reported that egg substl-l a Classified -Ad will soil It.
STOCKS AND BONDS
Following aro today's quotations
on the Now York exchange: ,
First, 3H $94.80
First, converted 4s 90.40
First, 4 90.50
Tho Dublin College of Science was
tho first of tho higher educational
Institutions In tho United Kingdom
to admit women to Its le'turcs.
Second, 4V4 87.30
Second, 4 87.44
Third, 44 91-58
Fourth, 4A 87.60
Victory bonds, 3Vi 90.48
Victory bonds, 4U 90'6
Pounds storllng $3.99
Francs , 0015
Kroner (Sweden) 2225
THE PICK OP THE PICTURES
, A NEW ONE EVERY DAY
II. W. POOLE, Owner HARRY BOREL, Muslcnl Director
The Great Americanization Program
"THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY"
A page from the life of Lincoln a picture every
100 per cent American should see
Another big feature is
"EXPLOITS OF THE U-35"
Actual pictures made by the Germans on board their
own submarine this film was captured by the Allies
and is a mute condemnation of the dastardly work
of the undersea boats
. , FRIDAY ONLY
Richard Harding Davis great story
Starring Olive Tell
MATINEE EVERY DAY