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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, MA 14, 1WM
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f Domestic and Imported
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51S Maui Street
There seems to be no such. thing
as beating a truth. Oaaadla'n hockey
team when world' ehanploashlp
Is at stake. The Canadian boys cer
tainly are wlxarda on the lea.
Oavry" Cravat h, the Phillies'
manager, mar have poor eyesight
and be throng a n regular, pas
time, bat when the old boy come
up to plncb-hlt the anxiety of the op
posing team Is plain to bo seen.
YONDON, April 27. (Dy Mall.)
Signposts bearing the Inscriptions
"Hell-Fire Corner," "Piccadilly"
and "Halg ATenue," erected by Brit
ish troops Jnst behind the front lines
In Franceare among the more than
10,000 eihlblta being assembled at
Crystal Palace, London, to form the
Imperial War Museum. It will be
opened by the King In June and will
continue for four years.
HxBlblt innumerable hare been
fathered from every Und where the
war cast its trail to show the corn-
ton effort ot the Empire during the
great conflict. Shortly after the
signing ot the armistice, the memor
able signposts mentioned were found
discarded as lumber. In addition to
those bearing "street" names, tslch,
to many of the men who knew them
best, had meant so many direction
posts to avenues ot agony, there
was found the rallying trench sign
of Verdun and Its "no thorough
fare." Tbey were all rescued and are
now to be preserved as relics ot pos
terity. There will be on display the gun
that fired thn first British shot la tho
war from the decks ot destroyer
Lance at the minelayer Koenlg
Louise; the E battery gun that open
ed the mlllltary hostilities; the anti
aircraft pom-pom which, mounted at
Oresham College, tired the first shot
ever directed at a foreign foe from
London since the days of tho Rom
ans the occasion being the Zeppe
lin raid in September, 1915 anil
scores of other onirics which
equally vivid associations.
Tho larger pieces of ordnance,
some ot which weigh 14 tons, ara Do
ing arranged on the floor of the
spacious hall. Dut the galleries
wilt hold dlipUys ot equal, If not
greater Interest. These Includo war
paintings and treneli Implements,
realistic scenic models and protec
tlve devices and curios that throw an
Illuminating light on conditions which
existed In tho Herman army. Some
of these are amusing, some tragic.
There is a cycle with a dynamo
attachment for lighting an officer's
dug-out upon which two ot the worst
offenders bad to sit in shifts and
pedal In order that those within
might have Illumination white they
devised new plana ot aggression.
Far teas amusing Is a specimen of
the enemy's 'bear trap." A soldier
exploring No-Man's-Land might step
Into Its only spikes, concealod In the
grass, and escape from their grip
was virtually hopeless.
Looking at the lifebuoys of the
Lusltanta, the shattered funnel ot
the Vindictive, the portion ot the
Zeebnigge Mole and the formidable
mines that bestrewed the Darda
nelles, the exhibit will recall to
"those who were there" many chap
ters ot a great epic.
At tho Woman's City Club, In
Washington, D. C, a luncheon was
siren the other day by Kathryn Sel
lers. Juvenile court judge ot the Dis
trict ot Columbia, In honor ot Jean
Norrls, New York City's woman
magistrate. Tho occasion was uniq
ue in that It was the first tlma In the
history of the world that a woman
ludge entertained another woman
Judge at luncheon, and at which all
the other guests wnro women promi
nent In the legal profession.
FROM PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
We have a special on
all meats for
No. 5 No. 10
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BEEF Roasts, Boils, Stews and Steaks the best. Come in and
ask for a Klamath Steak the butcher will do the balance and you
will be satisfied. Tender, juicy and aged just right.
PORK Roasts, Steaks and Chops, young and tender, at the low
est price possible.
LAMB Nothing nicer for Sunday.
CHICKENS Are plentiful now.
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"Wasn't it luck-
that I happened to see it advertised. It was something
I had been wanting for a long time and only by tho
merest chance I noticed where it was being sold!"
She only happened to see it advertised.
And she considered herself lucky.
But think how often she must have been unlucky
how many good things she must have missed by not
being a regular reader of advertisements.
It will pay you to read the advertisements in this
to make a practice of reading them.
They carry the news of reliable stores in your town.
They tell you where and how you can buy to best
advantage. . j. ,
They tell you of new and better things.
They save your time and money and make your
Read the advertisements REGULARLY
UN1VKI18ITV OF OltlMOK, Kit
pono, May 14. Tlioro Is a year
round campaign for InoxpensUu
dross At tho University, In thu opin
ion of roprescntatlvo students Inter
viewed on tho subject of tho fad In
somi) places for denim and old
clothes? Tho apparel most worn by
freshman nnd sophomoro mon ,who
are required to drill every day, Is
heavy shoos, spiral logglns, khaki
trousers, and tho perfectly good coat
from last year's "other suit," tho
trousers to which havo worn out. It
In of course a widely known fact thut
tho cost ot frcshrnnn headgear has
been roducod to almost nil.
Junior men aro fnlthful to tho tra
dition of their class for corduroys,
long renowned for their lasting final
ity. Athletic heroes wear Hwoators
adorned with an "O," shirts with
soft collars, while any presentable
coat Is considered proper by tho oth
ers. Caps aro in spoclal favor with
both Juniors and HophomorcH. Tho
sombrero forms tho koynoto of tho
senior man's garb, and to match that
nonchalant bit of apparol, ho wears
clothing that Is old enough to bo
comfortable Neatness Is Insisted
upon In all clossos, however, and
those careless In this respect And
themselves In disfavor in their living
organisations and with tbolr class
mates. And then thero aro tho girls.
With tho warm weather, gingham
dresses, wblto skirts and middles,
and any kind ot light colorod cotton
frocks aro tho order ot tho day, At
the Woman's Loaguo ilnnco, May 7, J
n big nil unhurslty affair, dnlntylof Hanaskng, Sweden, who Is pass
summer dressus were worn by thn R 0veral days hero while Invnstl
girls in placo of silk or other more gating timber conditions nnd moth
protontlous clothlnK Thn ho. re-.ods of handling
pairing shops In Kugono are swamp-' "At homo wo ore using our soc
od with last eur's white shoes h-ond growth." ho tui.lnlnn.l. "nn,i ,-
Ing repaired for further wear, and
tho local stores have aliuott exhaust
ed their supply ot 'colorlto" so
many of tho girls aro furbishing up
hats worn last season. On Saturdays
and Sundays the roads are thick
with Klrls In heavy shoes anil regu
lation hiking costumo.
During the winter the voguo of
wearing u plaid or dark skirt, and n
short cloth Jacket with a narow
leather bolt became so popular It al
most amounted to n uniform. And
woolen stockings. They looked Just
like tho kind our grandmothers us
ed to wear.
"I never hnvo seen tho girls dress
moro becomingly than tbey do now,"
Huld thu wlfo of a faculty member,
"and thoy nro woll drHsod because
thoy nro nuituhly dressed."
largest trees nre only up to 20 Incbos
on tho small end. 1'lno, spruce and
soft woods mnko up tho forests. To
prevent devastation of tho forests
tho Swedish government has madn
laws which prevent prlvnioly-ownod
land from being carelessly stripped
of trees, Tlmbermon nro renulrod
I to reforostato their loggod-off Und
j unless tho wood Is cut so that tho
forests can reproduce naturally."
Mr. C'nrhonnlor has been sent to
tho United States nnd Canada by th
government forestry department.
Ho will visit tho Wind nivor nursory
boforo leaving Portland for tho
south, Next month ho expects to re
turn to Swcdon.
I'OHTIjANI), May C. Oregon
trees don't look much Ilko those of
his natlvo land to Ilenrlk Cnrbonnlor
llostnn fans nro of tho opinion
that I'llchor Wnlto Uoyi, (ho lied
Sox boy womlor. will como through
this season nnd tnko his placo, among
tho grunt hurlers In tho big show.
A Clusslilod Ad will soil It.
Western Floral Shop
YKH, VOU IX)VK THEM
Wo know that, and wo know
that you will lovo our flow
ers too, Thoy aro so ox
qulsltoly boautlful In form
and color, they havo such
wondorfut fragranco and
daintiness, that thoy would
win ovor tho hardest hoart.
Our flower shop Is a thing ot
beauty Just now como and
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