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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1920)
"Friday, APiuii 30, ieso
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Miss Mnudo Miller recently receiv
ed the Interesting lottcr published
below from Mrs. V. E, Hnmbo, wife
of the Hov, W. K. Hnmbo, former
pnfctor of the Christian church here,!
Mho with her husband Is doing re
lief work of the Near Knst ltellof
commltteo In Armenia.
Since Mrs. Ilnmbo wrote the let
ter lust January the orphanage,
which she describes has been shelled
and burned by the Turks. Xlr. and
Mrs. Hnmbo escaped and by travel- J
lng "0 miles on foot their small'
charges reached ft place of
safety, according to press dispatches
The letter to Miss Miller follews:
Haroumle, Near Hnghshc,
Jan. 22, 1920.
Well here we arc In Asia Minor,
tho last country In the world, I be
lleve, I over expected to bo In. Tho
was not necessary as 1 should do that
anyway you being an American."
' Ha was delightfully pleasant and
1 wo enjoyed him very much. Tho
I French govern? Clllcla so we are un
I dor their government; tho Italians
are In Korvlit and Kngllsh In Con
stantinople. Turkey seemed to be
quiet for awhile but now the unrest
1 has begun again ih you sco by tho
things I have written. We sleep nt
night with loaded gun liosldu the
bed and my suit case Is pnekod with
eatables for a sudden exit should It
Knjo) the Work
I was Interrupted In this letter so
am finishing It today, the. Sftth of
Jnnuary Just four months since we
1 loft Now York. Mr. Ilnmbo Is well
I and as far as the work goes wo enjoy
I It Immensely for It Is such a worth
while task. One day we wont to Ta--
... ...I...... D....I ....... t.nMn l la Bl.Mll
HUB WIII'IU I I1UI Mltp LfUlli. lb in nili-ii
nn Interesting place, the gates of tho
ancient city still remains and It Is
called St. Taul's (late. We also vis
ited Iconlum as you may rend In tho
14th Chapter of Acts. Wo saw thoro
many Interesting places, one an old
Greek church away down under the
ground where they used to worshl?
I would like to ask ou about so
many peoplo thore. 1 nm always
glad to hear tho nows. I'lense ro-
mnMliAi. ita tn nnv nml nil Alir nlll
call" came for us to go because of ' , . ,.,,.. .
, ,.,.,. friends. Mr. llandsaker wrote us of
I tho liberal giving for tho A. C.ll. N.
I E. In Klamath We wore delighted J
our experience In the Orient, so wo
answered It by going. I would llko
to have run up to Klamath when wo
reached Weed on our way to San
Francisco but it was qulto Impossible
We certainly would have enjoyed
seeing you all. Tho letters tho peoplo
sent mo from Klamath wore greatly
appreciated on tho ship. It was In
teresting to hear hpw the city wns
lu a Different World
We are up hero lu tho Amonus
Mountains ufetwecn Adana and Alep-
hoping wo had n little share In
prompting the gifts. So far wo have
done very llttlo writing nn our time
hns been more than occupied by the
multitude of things that come up to
look after. Wo are studying Turkish
but do our work through Interpre
ters. We are plckinf it up fast.
ITiw Xb CnUntlcf
If you have a little cnlhndcr of
1920 will you please send It to me
This space donated by
The Star Drug Co.
.. lnvA'l mi n ..nt ...... . nn
. . . lOT WU littfVli b Will, UVI V1VII ll
po in Charge of an Armenian orphan-1
.age of two hundred children, Tho. " ' , , . ,
. , ... .... , : . ... We spent our Chr stmns hero near
I standards, tho attitude toward llfo, ' . ' , . . ,,, . ,
.. ... , . . I where Christ wns born. o hnd n
leven tho material comforts nro of n . , .. , . . -,,
., . , , .. i. i tree for tho children, mado each ono
' uiuureiu wuriu. cvtir auer u suumeu
possible that we might come to this
Sold Oh An Unlimited Mileage
H. S. WAKEFIELD
Fourth St. and Klamath Ave.
COAST RADIO STATION
SAN FRANCISCO, April 29. Estab
lishment of naval radio compass sta
tions on the Pacific coast to prevent
marine disasters in fog and permit
all vessels equipped with radio, to
maintain a 'true course, will soon be
effected, It 'was announced here by
Lieutenant Commander Scott D. Mc-
Cangbey, district communication of
ficer of the twelfth naval district.
country on this expedition I had
been eager for this great privilege'
and yet this vivid expentancy was I
mingled with nervous dread. I had
wondered so much what tha peoplo
in this country were like, who lived j
in this land of blood-fiends and nev
or ending killings.
a handkerchief out of checked apron
glnghnm, and put In it somo candy,
nuts, raisins and nn orango and flvo
littlo cookies; they recited and hnd j
a littlo drama about Queen Esther. I
received a cako of soap for my gift
and was delighted as I forgot to
bring out a bit of toilet soap.
"Ood Illow Americans
Wo think tho children very good
what they have been
This spot much of the time Is re- ...
' . . ., ,.. .. ,, . .considering
reUQ UUU CUCUUOllUR WllU 1.11(3 UMIUIU, . . ... it . ii . i t I
... , , ' through. Wo distributed n bale of
mountains above us and the plains ... . ...,,,, n i
.... ...,, clothes sent out by tho lied Crow In
below stretching away In tho dls ' , ., .... u
. ., f .. ., Amorlca. You cant Imagine how
tanco to Alexandretta and the ocean . , . , ,.. ,,
. . , . .. . . , . 'much fun we had fitting up somo of
The mountains at the back of iw and .. . ., ,7. . .
. .. ,, , ... the boys and girls an dlt made thorn
at the sides are covered with snow .,,... , .
..... , . ., . i so hnppy, I wish the peoplo who gave
now, for it Is the winter time. yet'. ,. . ,,..,
. . x. i them could have soen. Ono little
oranges and roses are growing here.' ,, ..
. , .. , ... ' B'rl got a basquo made at least thirty
What makes the air so wonderful . , , . ,
, . ,, , . .. . . I years ago, she looked so cunning in
1 believe Is because the air constant- ,. , ' , ... , , " ,
, . , , .. . .. , it we laughed until our sides ached,
ly travels from tho sea to the monn-1., ... . . . ., .
uui muru wero iiivu luum iuv luiu
tains and back, acquiring the salti
ness of the sea and the freshness of
the hills. Some times we are sreerh
less because of the wondrous beauty
of the land, and yet at nlght-tlmo wts
talk In subdued tones of the horrors
of the present, of the glories of tho
At bed time when I go around
mado the children look nice nnd
warm and say "God bless tha Amur
leans." Now I must "really nnd tiuly"
close, but such a lot of things I
could soy it we were sitting together
beside your cozy fire. This letter is
for all the dear friends. It is very
UKKOIIM SCHOOIj CUIUS
UIXIKVE HKJtVANT PKOIII.K.M
MAHYSVIM.E, Ohio, April 29.
Mrs. LouIho Mltteudorf, matron In
charge of tho Ohio Reformatory for
Women hero, Is doing her part In re
lieving tho domestic holp situation In
tho state. She hnd from ISO to 200
girls nnd women under hor enrc. As
thoro Is not enough work nt the Innff
tutlon to keep thorn nil busy, she
sends to housewives some of the
nioro trusted girls.
Ninety percent of tho girls work
ing out hnve inn do good, according
to Mrs. Mltteudorf. Many at thum
within n short time liavo been rec
ommended for pnrolo or pardon.
HoiiBcwives receiving tho girls send
tho wages to tho mutron who turn
tho money ovor to tho girls when
they nro discharged.
AT MALIN, OREGON..
MAY 1, 1920
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SUSANVILLE, Cal April 30.
When George Tremain, a soldier
from Lassen county, was caught in
the flre of a German machine gun
nest at the battle of the Argonne, ho
received 38 separate wounds, 20 be
ing of a serious nature,
Tremain fell and lay on tho gtoui.-I
in an exposed position for 12 hours
before being rescued. When finally
carried to a field hospital his injuries
were pronounced fatal and for weeks
he hovered near to death in hns-'
pltals In Franco.
The amputation of both leg8 was
anticipated for nearly a year, but
healing was- finally accomplished, and
now ho can walk with the uid of
Tremain was permitted to come
from Letterman general hospital
few days ago to visit his parents.
AfH no T VlAVa "tin tYtfL nn . a
che last thing before going to hed to, : ., , " -' " i"-
v i- a .., .ready writer" but I Iovo you nil and
, feel that yon aro behind ub In this
i groat work. Tray for us and Ho will
I answer. Write directing to Adana,
Clllcla, Turkey, care Dr. Nesbitt
The Mlko O'Dowd-Johnny Wilson
linitt nn A T o i ft In w..AAn,i .i
...ontH vou I ", , w "' " " "i-i-- i uw
jn, ,,;r, the largest crowd that ever attended
a tight In Boston.
Western Floral Shop
OltUKIt JOIt ri.OWI!H
in poraon if nt nil possible.
A visit hero will show haw
thoroughly wo nre prepared
to meet any floral need from
flowers for tho tablo to tho
decoration of tho largo!
church for feast, festival or
wedding. Our cut flowon
are received fresh every day.
You will find your favorlto
hero at ull times in tho per
fection of Its beauty: Mod
erate prices are tho Invari
SIRS. Ii. O. MOORB
--x fM rtlW
tuck" In my one hnndred and six
teen girls and look Into their Bleep
ling faces knowing there Is not ono
who has not lost a father, mother,
brother or sister by the knife of the
deadly Turk, my heart rebels, and as
I hasten along tho long verandahs
from one dormatory to another
I hastily draw my coat aroud the lit
tle lantern lest the light should at
tract a watching Turk nnd I too
One Main Survivor
We are twelve miles from a rail
road station in a little village noted
for tho massacres of 1909 and 1915,
there Is only one Armenian man hero
over thirty-five, all tho others have
been killed or died in exile. Four
teen Armenians wero killed two
weeks ago twelvo miles from hero In
a village and their families taken to
the Turk's homes. The French camo
to look into tho matter. As wo wero
tho only peoplo hero besides natives
they camo to us.. Ono night Just at
dark a French cnptaln camo with
part of a regiment of Armenian and
French eoldlera. Our rooms wero
i filled with them. Tlioy were on their
Uvny to Investigate tho Turk village
I whoro tho Armenians had been klll-
ed. AVo served tea .and coffee and
Amorlcnn graham crackors to them
i They went away 'nnd wo found
tlioy dlil not got to tho vlllngo oh tho
rivor this Hldo was vory wldo and
deep and the Turks hnd taken tho'
ferry so tlioy could not got across,
Tho noxt day a French lieutenant
camo with thlrt-two Fronch soldiers
and gunrded us night and day. Soon
after tho French Governor Andre
camo with his attendants. Wo onter
talned lilm and his lieutenant; ho
could speak a littlo Rngllsh so wo
got on fine and ho praised our Amer
ican cooking. Ho said tho American
Consul had telegraphed to him to
take care of us, but ko said "tkat
KATE C. It AM BO.
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