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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALL1 OREGON
The Evening Herald
P. J.' MURRAY
Pabllahed dally, eicept ftanday, by
Herald Publishing Company of
ata Falls, at 116 Fourth Street.
entered at the postofflce at KUm1
i Falls, Ore., for transmission tarn
i aialla as second-class Batter.
Mother's Day, Suuday, May 9
Appropntilt Cards at
PIONEER PRINTING AND
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sea In tke United States c j WA8HINQTON, May 7. Immedl-
yar ......S.OO ate amendment of the Immlcratlon
BlOBth ..i. .,.,. ....... .50 1.-- . Knnaliiarnit InHiv at inn.
clal meeting of tho senate Immlgra
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The Associated Press Is escluslvely " committee, called as a result of
ejsHltled to the um for republication a ruling yesjerdsy by Secretary Wll
C all aews dispatches credited to It wn jntt membership of the Commun
r not otbarwls credited In this ... ... . . . ,...,.,..
and also local news published "l y" " 'u'", "" ' "
cause tor deportation.
All rights ot republication of spe-
ampatcBee aereia ara also re-
FRIDAY, MAY 7, IMS
I Tarapk Tabloid.
WASHINGTON. May 7. An ad
AMIoaal 500,000.000 dollars during! of llTDCa
lae year iu nnn nwnirucuoii ui
freight cars, was ashed of congress
today by railroad executives.
WASHINGTON. May 7. Studies
of profiteering In American Industry,
made, under the auspices of the rail
way brotherhoods, went presented to
the railroad labor board today, In
support of the railway workers' de
mands for higher pay and to refute
the charge that Increased labor costs
I are responsible for the higher cost
WASHINGTON. May 7. Mark W.
Yatter, president of the Carolina,
CHachfield A Ohio railroad, was to
day nominated by the president as a
amber of the Interstate commerce
aaasmtsslon. Samael W.McCall. for-
DUTTC. May 7. Following a de-
ctston reached last night when offers
of compromise were refused, mem
bers of the Butte Worklngmen's
union struck this morning for a wage
Increase of a dollar a day.
HYDER. Alaska, May 7. Order
Inrevalled and living conditions were
mw governor of Maaaachaaetti was mMl ,n Hydef 0B tB, ,,,,, of
aaattnated a a member of the tariff ,,. .if.i ai... ,.. .,. .,.-
WASHINGTON. May 7 Iaveeti-
atiea of all presidential campaign
aaaeadllaree. Republican and Demo
cratic, is proposed la a reaolatloa la
traduced today by Senator Borah,
Reaabllcaa. of Idaho.
the Vnlted States coast guard Cutter
Algonquin today. The vessel will
continue its voyage to the Bering sea,
after a visit her.
POUT LAND, Oro., May . Hven
tho far-away Egyptian gets a taste
of Oregon's w"hcat and flour, tor the
Columbla-I'acltic Shipping company
la sending out four steamer loaded
with these' products In the neat two
months. Soma conception of Just
how far products from this state tra
vel for distribution may be galnud
from tho weok's summary of ship
pin activities prepared by (ho local
I chamber of commerce No leas than
half n doten Vessels will sail from the
Columbia river In a few wceka for the
Orient, Oreet Urltaln, Australia and
Of owth of business Is also Indicat
ed In the announcement Just made by
the Mann-Titus company, which has
recently been appointed local agent
tor the Java-Pacific line. This com
pany gives assurance that direct
steamer service between Portland
and The Netherlands Is now guaran
teed, providing sufficient tonnago Is
offered to bring the company's ships
to this port.
Th Portland managor cf Rolph
Mills A Co. has also made known
that negotiations have boon con
cluded with steamship owners who
will Inaugurate sailings from Port
land for French-Atlantic ports. Ves
sels will go o'n the run early In June.
Thirteen largo steamships are
scheduled to dock at tho Portland
municipal terminals for discharge
and loading of carga this month.
Among the products to be taken away
by them ait grain, lumber, steel,
phosphate rock and railroad litis.
On of, the vessels will bring In 600
case of peanat oil. -
LONDON, May 7. Great BfiiTa
Is on the eve of negotiations with
Soviet Russia, a Moscow wireless to
The Kalina Store
The First and Biggest Up to Date Department Store
in Klamath County.
Fancy Staple Groceries Full Line of Dry Goods
A Clasalfled Ad will sell It.
Not an Idle
STARTS MONDAY, MAY 17TH
SIX DAYS OF FUN
' FOLEY AND BURK'S SHOWS .
THE BEST IN THE WEST
AMUSEMENTS FOR YOUNG AND OLD
CAPTAIN KAItNEST HI LI., of
Portland, Me., who nav he-taas
not able to report for duty before
taking Taalar. Declarr lie frrla
like a ew man saw anil i oa
deck every day muty for work.
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Fresh Meat always. Sausages
and Daiiy Products.
Perfumes, Toilet Articles, Proprietary
i Medicines, Stationery and
Cigars, and Tobacco
Tires and Tubes of five standard
makes. All sizes at all times from
20x3 to 38x7. Oil and Grease and
most all parts for cars.
STOVES AND RANGES
Complete Line of Leather Goods
Everything for Sportsmen
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YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND' INSPECT
THIS BIG DEPARTMENT STORE. WE HANDLE ONLY
STANDARD GOODS, AND GUARANTEE SATISFACTION,
WITH PRIVILEGE OF EXCHANGING GOODS OR
Fancy Neckties, Laces, Underwear,
Heady Made Dresses, Men's and
Boys' Suits, Hats and Caps
Fancy Hats up to the minute
BOOT AND SHOE DEPT.
Best quality fancy and heavy Shoes '
for ladies, gents and children
FARM IMPLEMENTS AND TOOLS
Pumps and Pipe, Engines of all kinds
Hardware and Tinware, Shingles and
Paper, Paint and Oil nnd
CROCKERY, CUTLERY AND
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nEIlKKLET, Cal., May 7. Tho
Varsity Glee Club of the University
of California will leave San Francis
co .May 21 for an eitended tour of
the Far Etit Including points In Ja
pan aad'China, returning by way of
Plans to Include Australia In the
itinerary have been absndoned.
Twenty members and .the director
will lake the trip. Intending to re
turn to Berkeley about Aagust 20.
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THE PICK OF THE PICTURES
A NEW ONE EVERT DAT
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B. W. POOLE, Ovraer HAIUtV UOItEL, Maslcal Director
Harry Carey rides hard, shoot straight
and wins out in
"RIDERS OF VENGEANCE"
a regular "Western"
The comedy features Brownie, the Wonder Dog, in
' "GOOD LITTLE BROWNIE"
ON SUNDAY ONLY
la tolling jroa that tills U one of the few nuwter plajs that hare ever
aeon eraeawl I am aot over-rating "CO.VFEHHION.". I have last
aeea a pep-view aad it la wonderful. if, w. Ioole.
. MATDfEE EVERY DAT
' Ifeel Just like a new maa since I
began takta ,Taalac' aad I aa not
ranly willlngr but I am aasloaa to tell
other people what this medicine' has
done for aa," said Captain Earnest
H. Hill, oMartland, Me.,' recently.
Captain Hill Is In command Of the
Ben Hnr, plying between Portland
aad Caaco Bay. He has been In the
service for tea years and Is held In
high regard as an officer and citizen
by all who know him.
"I have suffered from Indigestion
and stomach ' trouble for tho .past
eight years," continued Captsln Hill,
"and at the time I started taking
Tanlac I was In such a weakened
condition I could hardly stand up.
When I walked I would actually
stagger like a drunken man and, at
times, would have to hold on to
something to keep from falling. Af
ter every meal I would simply suffer
tormont. My food would sour and 1
would swell up ho with gas I could
hardly get my breath.
'! wuuhl ulso havn awful smoIh-'Y
orlng spalls at nlnlit and Homctlmos
I would liava to Kct up to get my?
breath. 1-otH nf times I would havo
to open tlio windows and doors to let
In fresh air, or p.o out Into tho open
ulr In order to got my breath. I
cculd not II nil anything to do ma any
good and along toward the last I he
camo bo weak and nervous I could
not do my work..
"Five bottles of Tanlac havo made
a wonderful change In my condition.
It helped me from the vory 'first doso
and now I feel as good as I did when
I was twenty years old. I sleep lino
and have a fine appetite and Just feol
like a new man la every way. I am
now able 'tojbe on deck evory day
ready for duty.''
Tanlao Is' sold in Klamath Falls by
the Star Drag 'Co., la Lorella by the
James Mere. Co., and In Merrill by
the Soatbera-Oregoa Drag Co. Adr
JUNEAU, Alaska. Apr. J. (Ily
Mall.) Alaska's "native problem"
ran be solved without trouble If the
natives are glvea school books be,
fore they are gliynr ballots, accord
ing to Loals F. Paul,, Juneau, secre
tary of the Alaska , Native Urotber
hood, anorganTtatloB of northern
'Give the Indians good schools
and racial pride will put them at the
bead of their classes," be said.
HONOLULU. T. Il Apr.'l. (Ily
Mall.) Hawaii's national guard
forces are to ,be Increased Immedi
ately, according "to a radiogram re
ceived from Washington by Major
(lenerar. Charles Q. Morton com
mander of the Hawaiian department.
lastead of one regiment of Infan
try I a wall will have two. tier
will also.be two companies of coas"t
artillery and one signal corps tele-'
nova' DahhelblM rMhM .l
if ely at K. K, K. Baara. j
RANTUOO, Chile. April 11, (Dy
Mall). Chile's deficit for the fiscal
year ended Decern bar 31 aggregate
111,000,000, according to a state
ment by the flaaate minister, Gull
lermo Subercaaeaai. This Is attri
buted to the great decline last year
in asportation of nitrate owing la
the transportation difficulties aad
other ceases. Chile eiaected to ea-
port In 111 1.S00.000 loaa of altrale
bat actually shipped oaty tOO.OOO
tone. , .
Plaao Tuning, Eart Hhepberd.
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t)MMK.(TNO MAY I. IBM
A DiKKtrr auto ktak mnk
connecting with tage llnr .for Alluras, Adla, Fall Mm and
McArthur, also with H. P. railroad and auto lines at
8usanvlll for Iteno and Weatwood
fc, ' ., . LEAVING TIME
Stages will leave from City Transfer Office on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 8 a. m.
" '- Stages will arrive Tnesdsy. Thursday and Saturday
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RECEIVED AT KLAMATH FALLS ORE 624 MAIN ST TEL 100
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. ' SAN FRANCISCO CALIF 330P MAY 5 1920
(jyiGR MONDALE THEATRE KLAMATH FALLS ORG
JUST SIGNED CONTRACT FOR THIRTY FIRST RUN
FEATURE PICTURES MADE DEPOSIT ON THEM AND
ALSO HAVE SIGNED CONTRACTS FOR VAUDEVILLE
AN0IMUSICAL COMEDY MOST OF PICTURES WILL
.BESHOWN HERE FOR FIRST TIME NEXT WEEK
' " " ' TED WHITE
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(The' above telegram In lfplana4ory It trlls ou what to look forwurd to under
the new program for thn Mondalc-J. M.)
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