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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
A MORE COMPREHENSIVE
SYSTEM OF CREDITS
J"MAT I otic of the buuit Reed Innurnee which the
FVOrral Itenwrr System exerts with It Member bMakn.
A more sound ad stable bo'tarea relationship In builded
between bttslariw anil flnaaeei.
We deem the Klmt National liana's Mrrubendilp In the
Federal Itcwrvc Njstcm beneficial to the mmunltT,
customers and ourselves alike.
the First National Bank
0 O In the cast nro Prank Urownlee,
J AT THE THEATERS I "Jck Connolly Harry Splnslcr. Ed-
O "J ward I'lel and Edward llootli Tlllon
Bpced's the middle name of Jimmy Tho production was directed by Em
Clunder, the leading character In mctt J. Flynn, who also directed
'The Lincoln Highwayman," the Kussell n tho adaptation of William
uw William Fox feature by Paul McLcod Maine's "Eastwurd Ho!"
'Dickey, In which William Russell i
trill be starred on Saturday at the
RICH GIFT OF
PHILADELPHIA. May H. dolil
ornnmonts, Idols, crowns, utmor and
other rellra of Rront historic taluo
which dte from the civilisations of
tho Incas, Aitrcs and other Mexican
and Central and South American peo
ples are contained' In a collection of
300 specimens recently plated on
view for the first time In tho museum
of the University of Pennsylvania.
Tho Mhlblt was only recently
brought to Its present completeness
LAST TO LEAVE
SAN FRANCISCO. May 14
Obeying to the letter their orders,
'Stay with the boys till the Inst
American sotdler lenves Siberia,"
two Knights of Columbus secretaries
and n K, C. chaplain arrived In this
city last week with the final contin
gent of A. ft. F. men from Vladivos
tok, aboard tho transport (Ireat
Northern. They came with the last
American troops to quit Russian
soil. They served till the last possl-
by the purchase of objects which hadjblllty of service was gone ind then
been In possession or a nooie r rencn . round new possibilities py entertain
family for generatlcns, but which
wero sold at Paris because the family
Oold was used bythe Aztecs and
Incns only for ornaments, religious
emblems and attire. These objects,
shipped to Spain by I'liitiro. Cortex
and others in the 16th niul 17th con
turles were melted mid coined. This
explains the rntlty of tto original
A grave recently opened In Colons
blu proied u rich trove of them. It
was apparently tho burying place of
a princess, Enough golden omn-
ing the troop and supplying them
with, K. C. comforts on their long
trip across the Pacific The Knights
of Columbus slajed till the Job wns
Tho llrs of the K. C. men are seal
ed as to conditions In tho mystery
land Siberia; but they recounted
briefly their stories of service to the
Amerlrsn troop under tho most dis
agreeable conditions, liceiuso the
troopH weio scattered far unit wide
along the line of tho trans-Siberian
railroad, long "Jumps" were neces
sary to bring cheer and crenturc
We Have Just Received
a New Shipment
of White Hats in the most popular straws of the ; ;
Reason, in the Basket Weave, Milan and Chip Struwa , ,
with broad brims. JuBt what you want for the warm, ;;;
sunny days that are coming. ; ;;
Every week we are receiving new assortments of ; i:
flowers. Flowers for the street hat and flowers for j
the sheer and dainty hat.
Here you will find that your dollar will reach the ; :
L. M. MARTIN'S
5-10-15-25 Cent Store
"The Store of Popular Price."
419 MAIN STREET
Paring the whole action of tho pic
tin Russell Is moving at top speed.
H It usually In a fast automobllo
'which he always drives at the limit,
p hill and down dale. Obstacles
which would stop an ordinary driver
Menu nothing in his young life.
Even when ho Is making love Rus
Mll Is In action. The girl la finally
won by him because she cannot re
mtat bis speed.
- The heroine Is played by pretty
Lois Lee, a newcomer to Fox feat-
although' an experienced film
Other well-known players
J The astonishing statement made
I recently to tho effect that In some
districts of Wales miner bavo been
known to sell their wives, Is a re
minder that the practice Is tho sur
vival of an old custom. Less than a
century ago wives were offered by
auction to the highest bidder In pub
lic places In different parts of Eng
land although the practice was never
sanctioned by law. Prices ranged
upwards from one shilling. From
twenty to twenty-five shillings ap
pears to have been considered a
A Classified Ad wilt sell It.
Wllf She Come Back? ?
'Well She Always Does
The woman who buys her first pair of
Queen 'Quality Shoes always comes
back for another pair that's -the test
of quality to satisfy expectations, to
deliver the goods.
Shoes that have been advertised and f
sold so widely as Queen Quality worn
by women in every city of the United J
States are already favorably known 1
to-most women by reputation.
CHAS. P. MAGUIRE
713 Main St
NOTASEME . MONITO
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ments ere discovered completely to' comforts to the Isolated units. All
clothe a modern woman for her ap- their traveling" wss done In box curs
penrnnre In a ballroom. There were.! usually unhealed nnd Secretary
besides n crown, a breast, plate, glr-, -Murray returned with fnxt' bitten
die, armlets and vnrlous other ap-! hands and feet Murray operated n
pendages. aside from n great (juan-'hox car K. C "hut" as fnr as Lake
tlty of Jewels. Rings and necklaces' Ralknl. Koy worked out from Spas-
of amatlng beauty are among tho koje tils headquarters
An American Is the Inventor of a"'
motion picture, camera with which
he claims he can tako 100,000 photo
graphs a second.
Owing to tho dry cold atmosphere,
Infectious diseases arc unknown In
IT DOES THE
irk; he sirs
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WanhlajrloB lUarhnuui lla Gained
Tweaty-Klve founds Ami Feet
Fine Mnrr Taking Taalac
"I know what I am talking about
when 1 say tbero Is ono medicine
that will do everything they say It
will, and that's Tanlac," was the en
thusiastic statement made recently
by Frank Waring, a well-known
Washington, a town tweliw jnllus
t MM Tiinl.it tfttr trlr.1 " .nn. I
tlnued Mr. Warrlnr. "anil I want ml.
tell the world that It did the work.
Several years ago my health broke '
down and since that time I suffered
Hut the mort appealing story or
devotion In a land where the pas
sions of men have driven them mad
was that of Father Spannbauer, as
told by his companions, This devot
ed priest was a Ilohcmlan chaplain
who accompanied the Austrian army
of which his compatriots were
forced to become a part Immedi
ately upon th declaration of war In
19H. In tho first buttle, ho and his
charges were captured by the Rus
sians. And five years of his life wero
spent In Siberia.
Upon his arrival at the prison
camp. Father Spannbauer ruuiid
himself the only chtplaln In a camp
of 76,000 men, their sole source of
spiritual comfort. Thero came a
time when he was offered his release
but be declined to quit his poia.
"!' could not leave these Catholics,
as a priest," he explained simply.
"They needed me, and I stayed."
owner Is making a bonis fide change
of residence. Prices of guvernincnt
dispensed liquor huvo Increased nbiiut
20 per cent since the first of the
The "man In the moods" has an
advantage ever his city brother, lie-
Extracts mny in the future bo se
cured lu four ounce ifuuiillllcn only,
and one must l n householder ti
secure essences, extracts or similar
Under the Rent Restrictions Act
In t'nrllml n lnnilliint Is liriihibltod
Ing far removed from the source otjfrm inWMlnn ,, ,, , thsr,
supply, be may sucuto through the
prescription route as much as two
quarts, Anyone living mure thnn five
miles from a government dispensary
or drug store may secure up to 16
ten per cent.
Peasants In the Swiss mountains
use horns, often as much as eight
long, to converse with one another
from a distance.
ELECTION, MAY 21
Vote 302 X Yes
For 4 State Road Bend Limit
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
B. C SHUTS DOWN
UN BUUb TA I IfcN 1 a ' i
VICTORIA. II. C. May H. I
"Patients" In the habit of securing
"sufficient" quantlt'e of liquor upon
(the Iirlttsb Columbia "prescription"
will find their source of sup
ply largely curtailed under the
amended prohibition act. passed by
tho legislature March 15, and tol
n-lilrh rnvnl fiBMAnl MiiVlnp ll nttnfm
so much that I hardly knew what It w Rven a ,h nnmM
was to bo free from pain. I had In- . .
digestion so bid that I did not cnrei ..,. .,, ,., ... ..i.i.. '
to eat. for I knew If I did It would I on,y ,. . fc .
government dispensed liquor Instead
of two quurts as heretofore. Ifmoro
Is deemed necessary, the physician
must execute an affidavit that tho
liquor is for mudlcinnl purposes only!
and that n thorough examination of
tho patient has been mado. Liquor
may bo Imported from without tho
province In accordance with federal ,
statutes, but must to delivered to tho
homo of tho purchaser and may not'
SEliALLOT TITLE IS AS FOLLOWS;:
CONOTmmtmt. AMKNUUCVT-IUMrrl lu lU f-.pt. l lU-
LIMITATION ; OS ' OU J til CCMT TTt INOtBTIONClf
rfSIS,llJir HOAOI. l'ulf! To m.uj fu,o J vt
Artlrl ,lli tl.r tiiwlliuuni 1 1 1'lt .-ul. tf Olrrm i m n prt mil It.
"''ii"l Jl u i d lUliii nWaliis pry,u. J.tn ti,, liuuia
I", i ili,uriinuiilliuilliif JhJm.lr.UiMH rmait r.l. lu II -itr.uM
i 1 ur iwr r3l o( ih ww.l riliuum ul all !( i,nnr
Ito lt. Ciu I Oi.juli, li..(.l i,l w i i,i,i .. r., ,n,iliNl I r Uw,
icnuso mo misery nftorwards,
I little I forced down soured on my
stomach nnd bloated me up with gas
so bad that I felt nauseated and mis- r
erable. I had rheumatism In my
shoulders and right arm so that I
bad no use of my right arm and Iti
was Impossible for mo to pick up -anything
to work with. My kidneys j
wero all out of order, and my back
wan weak and pained mo so bad that i
If I stooped over It was ngony for mo '
to try to stralghton back up again.
I was badly constipated and subject
to sevens hcadacho wpolls. My
nerves worn all on edge, and when I
went to bed I would roll and lots
nearly all night Ipng and could hard
ly get any sleep at all. I wss terri
bly run-down, too weak to do a day's
work and never thought I would see
a well day again.
''Several or my neighbors wero
taking Tanlac with such fine results
that I started taking It myself, und
i In no time I began to feel better. My
, uppcttto camo back, nnd as every
, thing I ato agreed with mo I started
i gaining in weight and strength. My
dlgostlon was novor better nnd tho
gas Ii.-ih btopiieil forming on my
ntomicli, I am no luni.-cr constipat
ed and don't know whut It Is to over
havo a headache Tho rhoumutlsm
In my arms 'itnd shoulder lion loft
rno completely and I cun uso my
nvmu nu ffif id rta f mAH Ami I l If
"mo hui'u hh uivi vuuiiii ) m
l:ldnuya aro In fine condition and tho(
paliiH In my buck huvo ull disappear
ed, and I can now do as big a duy's
work as uny man. My nervou aro as
steady us u clock and at night I
sleep like a log, and whon morning
comes J get up foaling Just fine. I
have gained twonty-llvo pounds In
weight, am In better health than I
havo boon In yearn and I can never
say too much for Tanlac."
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co.. la Lorella by the
James Mere, Co., and In Merrill by)
NO PROPERTY TAX-NO DIRECT TAX
NO INCREASE IN AUTO LICENSE FEES
NO INCREASE Of GASOLINE TAX
Keep tliwo three fnct.i in mind. The pn-.otit nuto license fees nnd
Kn-iolitie tax will py Iwth the principl iiml Interest on nil tho ImiihI
under thie mnendtiient, nnd will yield un unniml Mirplu besides for other
ttate highwuy work. No additional taxation of any kind.
FEDERAL FUNDS MUST BE MATCHED
Onsn must liotn ul!irni.t Highway i'uiuls to innlrli I'nlrral niipnrtlnn
rnents er Ori-gnii cai.not pit tlm U-mfit of lidetal money for Oregon Itoads.
liicieasiiiR tins roiistitutlui.nl limit U nenssily. LV.Ii-sh limit ii inrrensril.
eillij r state rondi intinot Ir- ronipli-lnl for many, ninny ji-.in.nr mut be finiilii-il
by direct (iroiierty taxation. 'Hint ineariirn ovi-Mi ilin-i-i propi-rly lax fur state
highways iftid tiinLrs tarly nniiplii.ii potsible. Let's gut tho mails built now.
fnc9nr. ffom Ficjcnl Sejrcit Suultltnt lo Fay Piintlpjl ind Interest.
iTB.iUfc.'". 'i! ' V HJ"" ' '.' f ,,U l"' ''"""" ll l"-il. U l- nr.y -! I ill. I.y Vffi, . ri,,?.
Ih Ik hut. -sm.b H. 's.M , , , ,,.,,.1 V1 ur , , , , , .a,v, ' v,ricVt7-n7
r... 'ii!r? "T "UT f "'""' ,'1 If'" lUl i irimiiyui u rr.in .J .i..l ll,. I i.i.wiit i.i.. r!r
tot., U.i. (x . d, ,. i, IMijm etiiml .l,fli,l r..tvl yi iljuriilgt l.ii,.
be removed therefrom unless tho
Iir IilrrlTNwNl'anil.:'U(rl t!.u li.fr mjllon, rilla
ltuIfnllMi.jiiaiiar,ll IVoirnfitr IIuiMiij. rUiui.J, Oiff,ti
VOTE 102 X YES-ror 4 Stato Road Band Limit
BUY A 1
" MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS "
Frames ' Cabinets
and Lathe Work
Lakeside Lumber Company
Dealers in Lumber, Shingles, Cement, Roofing, Glass, Cedar Posts,
Wall Board and Builders' Supplies p
MILL AND YARDS KLAMATH AVE. AND CENTER ST.
PHONE 128 i -
the Southern Oregon Drag Co. Adr,