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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Ib located on The Esplanade,
away from the noise, sur
rounded by one of the most
beautiful views in the world.
This Hospital is fully equip
ped to handle the most diffi
cult cases and has a staff xf
Shysicians that insure the
ich character and, effi
ciency of the
COLI'MIM'S, 0., June 3. Lot ol
humanity, and Interest tn one's fel
low, the wish to extern! the right
ham) of fellowship nail remember
that he In the greater who most
hunihles himself, has always been n
characteristic of those, who reach
the real pinnacle of power and ac-
, ... .. compllsh the1 truly successful thins.
lnStltUUOn. I.. ,m. hli-li rnnnt nml (!
J out as guide posts.
Man whose acta come within thla
category do them unconsciously a
the promptings of a generous, kind-
My heart unmoved except by the
' working of an Inherent Impulse.
I Senator Warren (5. Harding, who
I Is now being urged by thoe who1 see
jln him the proper mingling of ele-
i - - j ments as tho Republican candidate
OO-KDeS IMNGKKOIS j for president. I distinctly n man of
BERKELEY, Cal., June 3. Any. , this type, and there arc Instances,
-Ms who attempts an attack upon without number, which Illustrates
University of California co-eds will hi innate kindness and show a strlk-
be compelled to employ defensive, ing analogy between him nnd Pros-
DTI. E. D. JOHNSON
I)R. Q. 11. MKKUYMAN
DR, T. C, CAMPHKLL
I)n. GEOHGE 1. WRIGHT
UK. E. D. LAM I)
DR. H. D. LLOYD STEWART
rather than offensive tactics, accord.
Ing to Professor Frank Kleeburger
who Is conducting a class of women
students in weaponless defense.
Jump from Bed
in Morning and
. Drink Hot Water
Tall why everyone should drink
hat water each morning
To see the healthy bloom In your
taee, to see your skin get clearer
aaa clearer, to wake up without a
haaaacae, backache, coated tongue
or a nasty breath. In fact to (eel your
beat, day In and day out, Just try In
side bathing every moraine (or a
Ilefore breakfast each day, drink
Ident McKlnley. who In u great many
respects he resembles.
During the early months of 1900,
when serving In the legislature as
senator from the Marlon district,
his eyes fell on a newcomer at a
I press desk, n young- man on his first
legislative assignment. It was clecr
to the senator, himself a newspaper
I man, that the chap was In a quan
dary. In fraternal empathy he
went to him. at the close of the ses
sion, and placing his hand on his
shoulder, said to him In a kindly
veice: "What Is the trouble, my boy.
ca,n 1 help you?"
The bewildered young man looked
up and replied: "Yes, senator, I
need help. This Is the first session
of the legislature I ever reported
and my notes are all mixed up. 1
can't make anything out of them
and am afraid of falling down on
Kitting my report to the paper."
Hating grown up In newspaper
with all branches
a class of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate taW0TK n ,oucn
iron the stomach, lifer, kidneys and ronv reporting to hiring of report
bowels the previous day's indlgest-.ers. the senator realized fully the
Ible waste, sour bile and toxins, thus I cub's predicament. "Come with
claaaalnc sweetening and purifying ... .... ..., ... ... f ..,
tka entire alimentary canal before I ""V " '"";, "u " " " """'
Himself weary with the cares and
excitement of the day, Mr. Harding
sat down with the young mau and
together went over his notes and
helped him write his '-'story." At
the end auch 'a clear and Intelligent
report went out that over the wire
came back a message of congratula
tion and the reporter's position with
bis paper was made secure for the
balance of the session.
This McKlnley like act of kindness
made an Indelible Impression on the
patttag more food Into the stomach.
Tka action of hot water and lime
atsae phosphate on an empty stom
ach Is wonderfully Invigorating. It
cleaaa oat all the sour fennenta. i
tteas. cases and acidity and gives
aae a fine appetite for breakfast.
A tuarter pound of 'limestone
pfceepbate will cost very little at the
tfrac store, but is sufficient to dem-
wtrate that those who are subject!
U eaastipatlon, blUoas attacks, acid
ataasaeb, rheumatic twinges or whose
skla Is sallow or1 pallid, that one
weak of Inside bathing will have
tkaas lochia and feeling better ev
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nor 2 a
mind of the young man, who shortly
afterward mentioned the Incident to
Senator Foraker. "It was nothing
surprising," said Foraker. "Hard
ing Is always doing something
vqu know that the king, of England Mary, of Kngland, then Duchess of J has Invited Kllhu Root
was also here?" ' 'York. aTbey were sh'y. and at'a Inss'pr'eiientallon of-tne'stat
"Indeed!" replied lopold with what to do next, so Paoll said
feigned astonishment "1 should have; "Go and kiss that gentleman over, Thn statue Is a replica of lha
has Invited Kllhu Root to makn tho
ue during hi
forthcoming vlult to Kurope.
like. liked to have shaken hands with him .there," pointing to Colonel Caring- bronbi monument of Abraham Lin-
nuu i Known. iion. ine princess laugnea nil me coin in Lincoln park, inirago, and
Hut the director told Paoll soon; tears ran down her cheeks as they ' rVpreent President Lfnitiln In a
afterwards that King Leopold was flung themselves upon the equerry. 'standing position.
uware of King Edward's presence,
for, as he said, "I told blm myself."
When Nasr-ed-Dln. Shah of Persia.
was In Paris he wanted very much ' ENGLAND TO HAVE
to see an execution. This was duly I
M. Paoll, who was a Corslran, was,
born In 11135.
Africa contains u smsller iiuantlty
of coal than any other of the continents.
i ikirni ki xiAMiinruTi
"arranged" by the never-falling Pa- s-i"wwijTiuiiume.n I ir
oil. Hut the Shah at the last rao- , nvnnv i.. t. n- i u. ' '
w .,......., ,Ml .1, 1 J ,IHII . -fit,
wont fell a imlilfq pity for th mur.GauiJtn. milBUmM. Ilf Ahrnham Un.'
"erv . coin, which hn bein irimntii h L
LONDON. Moy H, Ily Mall).
M. Paoll, tho gencrnl secretary or the "" " " "'"" "" the American peopln to the Ilrltlsh
French prefecture of police, who has ' mA selected (the public prse- pplu ,ir0,)al)ly w, ,, unv(.,u.u ,
Just died of sleeping sickness, was cu,r'- June, on tho situ given by the gov-
known the world over na "the guar-, K,nK (',"5e ' of (Ireeco mado a oru.t ,i, CnnnlnB Knclosurr,
dlan of kings." Ho was attached to Journey ono day to Culoz with only Wctmlnster. facing the houses of
all royal visitors to Frnnro as guide thc iHhful Pnoll In attendance. ' purllumont.
and protector and held 45 decora- "iw n w.i woman mis-, Tuo Anglo-American s o c I o t y.
tlons and gifts from royal person-. "" ainis lor a porier, ami mu.io thr0UKh w,lch lu Kl ,, ,K.n
h If ii WtittiY (ins lri u t. ,.t p,.nll.1..
....... ...... ...--..-. ,.v- mmIo ,, whcl , rt.tV0tiUU) for
Queen Victoria regarded him as ' l "ur '" "" cauiu not .,, arrangement of the unveiling.
nn Intlmato frlund. Ho was her con- '"" y leiune,, ,,cr up.
slant companion when alio went! smo "la,,l of t,ln "'"f'"1'"'
abroad, nnd, as "my old and dear ul ,le- ru,lut" ,ao" ln ""' ' '"."
friend." she specially Invited him to'booIs' Presented a bouquet to Queen
her Diamond Jubilee festivities. ,
Hereafter tho Herald wljl publish
he mean and maximum temper a-
urvs and precipitation record as tak
n by tho V. S. Reclamation service
nation. Publication will covor tho
luy pruvlous to (lie paper's Issuo, up
o f. o'clock of that day,
Max, Mln, clpltatlon
Juno 1 74 3S
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BIG EATERS GET
"Her majesty had a heart of gold,"
he said once. Many and many a time
I warned her that such and such an
appeal for charity was thoroughly un
deserving, but usually sho would re
ply with a smile:
"Paoll, It Is hotter to muke mis
takes at times than to refute to aid
those who say tboy are in misery."! Tho American men and women
At Nice, in I89B, tho queen caned , mUit guorj constantly against Kid
Paoll to her and said, "I have always noy trouble becaumi we eat too much)
regretted not being ablo to repay thoi nf "'I ou.v.foo1, '" ,rJch: , P0' bI.,.d
...,. .. ,,. J,.i '" flc'l wh uric acid wh Ich tho kid-l
on mo by giving you a decoration. As' from overwork, become sluggish;
English decoratlrfnH muy not bu given H'o cllmlnatlvo tltsues clog and tho
to forolcnors I have created a now rebult ,H " trouhlo. bladder
order, and you aro tho first foreigner health. '
to receive It." With that tho queen When your kidnnys feel Ilko
handed her guardian the cross of tho '"'"P" ,of ' 1' I'" ""rts or
' "-'W.'l'' i
royal Victorian order.
tho urlno is cloudy, full of eodlment
or you nro obliged to seek relief two
Tho lato King Edward had also a or thrco times u night; If you gufferl
T. J. MORTELL, SPECIAL AGENT
KluMtk Falls, Oragoa
deep affection for M. Paoll, When
Pnoll wroto his ''Memoirs" the king
corrected tho proofs with hln own
hand, as ho had dono previously
when Paoll wrote a book as a tribute
to Queen Victoria. Onco ut a theater
with alck headache or dizzy, nervous I
spells, nciu stomach, or you havo
rheumntlsm when tho weather In
bad, got from your pharmacist about
four ounce of Jad Salts; tako a
tablcspoonful In a glass of water bo-
fore breakfast for a fow days and
your kidneys will then act fino. This
in Paris Paoll pointed out to King I famous salts is made from tho acid
Edward, who was In a box, that King of grapes and lemon Julco, combln-
Leopold of Belgium was In the stalls.
"I am charmed to hear It," replied
the king, and from that moment
looked the other way, and left be
fore the play was over.
In the vestibule afterwards Paoll
paid bis. respects to King Leopold.
"We have bad a parterre of Jclogs
ibis evealDf, lire' be said. "Did
ed with llthla, and has been used
for generations to flush and stimu
late clogged kidney; to neutralize
the acids In the urine so It no longer
Is a source of Irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is Inexpensive; cannot
Injure, makes a delightful efferves
cent lltbla-water beverage, and be-i
longs In every borne, because no-f
body can make a mistake by bavlaal
a food kidney flushing any tlate. J
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