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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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THK PICK OP THK ICTUKK8
A NEW ONE EVERT DAT
R. W. POOLE, Owaer HAKltV UORKU Mtuleal Director
The funniest thow you ever aw
" DOWN ON THE FARM "
And one of the Martin Johnson Cannibal pictures
THROUGH THE ISLES OF THE NEW
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
TOM MIX in "DESERT LOVE"
A thrilling Western Drama
Continuous show starting at 1:30 P. M.
Afternoon prices 10 and 25 cents
Evening prices 15 and 35 cents
MATIXKK KVKKY DAT
AT THE CHURCHES
No change will be mnile la Ihlt
column unle llin ropy U at The
Ktenlng llrrnlil office by ,1 o'clock
Sacred Heart Cburcn, corner Sth
nd High street. Ilov, Hugh J, Mur
Children' iiiupm 8 o'clock.
Adults MniR 10.30
Eveulng service. 7 o'clock. I
The Christian helonce Society of
Palace at the Hague In February
According to the plan the court
MERCHANTS ARE NOT
BUYING HEAVILY OR
QAtJTIOX l n romlltlen uhlrh N ortt.'lng elrtun over
tlie cwtninr. Sinie of the bubble rxp.tnsln N
parted to hrink.
Thr contrrvatlvr one, IndhiduaW and iotltutlunx
too, are watching thrlr step.
Umlld'nie a Flrxt National H.XK ACCOUNT i alwaj
a wrfe route to travel.
tub iiAnri:, May if. tity Main
A draft tor tin' permanent Court
of lnlernatlousl Justice of the
League of Nation1, n It linn been of
fered to the Secretariate of the
league In the name of Norway, Swed
en, Denmark, Swltierlnnd mid Hol
land, ha been mnde public by thei Klamath Falls hold services at US
Dutch bovernment. It I th result Fourth lret every Sunday morning
of tho conference held In the Pesce t H o'clock and every Wednesday
i evening ai s aii are welcome.
' Th aiiMArf nt tnilnn fnr RunilaV.
Httn,l ,ku llrainrvur nf fiiti '
would .l.tof U. jndge and ah Th; s Mhoo Qh u ,fum
substitutes, who mut all be recog. 9.46 to 10;4t. every Sunday morning
nlied authorities on International rne fr,.e reading room and fre
Justice. It member would be chos- lending library It open from 2'SO to
en by the assembly of the league: l n Tuesdays. Thursdays and
the Judge to be appointed for nlnel9tur,,',
year, tlio substitute for Ms. I nrM tuptl.t Church, corner Wash-
The member would bo elected logton and KtCfctk.
'without regnrd of their nstlonallty Sunday chool at 10 n, m.
hut no more than two Judge of the Preaching at 11 t. m.
same country could hold office In the, 'ayer service Wednesday at P. M.
,.... Tt,... ,,.i.i i. ..ii-iKi- Every econd and fourth Wednesday
court. The) would 'be re-ellglble ,, w, be devotl,d ,0 mlonary
hut they would baw to resign when'ork,
CC years old. They would then havej 11. Y. 1". U. Sunday evening at
la right to n pension, which, like 30 ' m
their salary would be fixed and mild A cordial Invitation Is extended to
y tho League. ja ,0 ntu,mt ,kc "!.
: , The duties of tho court would tim , ,. , . , , .
.ii.. it. . ii. . ' Flrt rreabyterlan Church, corner
jto adjudicate difference between na.,suh Bm, .,e .treel. Itev K. I'.
tlons and It would be competent to 'Lawrence, minister, 7 Third street
.net on all cases In "which It declKton ,1'hone 4 29.
Is asked. i Mprnlng wonthlp. 11 a. m. "Ily-
Jpocnicy A Sin." MU AiKtiHta Par-
I The permanent Court of Interna-;ktr wl" ,lnK n "ol- Tn" '"" ,"'
tlonal Justice Is provided for In Art- htr la,t 8n' "h
Ida XIV of the covenunt of the! K-ulne service S p m Hov
League of Nntlon The Council ofiJt"o K- (Jrlfflth. I'renbyterlan tnln
.the Leugue of Nation at n seslon In l'rr al Lakevlew will be with us und
London In February nnnounced tht Prt-acU that uvcnlng- Mr Hen 0
a committee of 12 distinguished In, Thomas will sing at this ervl e.
ternatlonal Jurist Including KllhuJ Sunday school at 10 a. m.
(Root of the United State had been Let us pUn on thee fine S.ibbath
Invited to prepare plan for the con- day to be present for at least one
'structlon of the Court. Mr. Koot ac- jhour of worihlp.
cepted the Invitation a did Lord I
' Phllllniore of England lloron IH-v ' Methodist Epfcopm Cnurch. Tenth
ami iiikii, uev n j. wnsnej.
pastor, 727 Pine street. Phone 7V.
Sunday l.cl tit ! Of A M
1 WsKSJsfiLr i
THE First State and Savings
Hank takes pleasure in an
nouncing that it will be glad
to furnish letters of introduc
tion to its correspondent, the
First National Bank of Port
land, to all Shriners and their
friends who intend visiting
Portland during the Conven
tion. All who may desire a
letter kindly call at the bank,
and let us serve you.
Klamath Fxlls, Oregon
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yto&iiArx-w vy.i.urwyw.M JAVsvygSaaad .
camps of Illglum, Dr l-oiler of llo.
Hnd nnd M. Vixnotch of Jugo-SUvIa
No plans ns fortaulatetl by the com
m'ttec for the organlxation of th
Court have yet been announced.
tea Rrst National Bank
Morning Worship it 11 ti A. t.
Lpworili I.-Kue ill 30 p. in.
Prayer meotlng Wednesday even
ing at 7 30 p. in
All are cordially Invited to all the
services at the Methodist Church.
The young people can do bo better
UKAWdKIUUL lo in i from :30 to 7:30 p. m. tacit bun-
First Christian church, corner Sth
jtbe students, a large number of
whom are traditionally staunch sup
porters of monarchical, pan-German
and anti-Semitic principles. They
acclaimed the advent of Dr. Wolf
gang Kapp and the militaristic coun-ter-revolutlon
, To nullify their Influence In these
BERLIN, May lo. (By Mall.) A ( matters. Herr Haenlsch worked out
conflict Is developing between varl-a scheme under which equality of
ous students' fraternities and the So-Utatus was established between for
eiallst Prussian Minister of Educa- elgn students and German student.
tlon, Herr Hsenlsch. His plan to Fraternities were forbidden to en
democratize universities Is meeting gage In political and religious aglta
with strong opposition from mony of ( tlon, and a government representa-
Bsggsg ' tlve was to tit on fraternity commit-
lo ycur wardrobe is most easily at
tained by sending your clothes to us
4o be (leaned and dyed. We re
move all soiled spots and restore tho
garment to Its former state. You'll i
never know how much good wean
tees with authority to supervise
their activities and report upon
These measures aro wrnthfully de
nounced as oppressively reactionary
by the student world of Germany
which Is preparing to resist their Im
position to tho uttermost. Especial
ly do they object to the proposal that
foreign students at German univer
sities should be placed on an equali
ty with themselves. 'At the present
said to bo overrun with Polish and
youths do not relish the idea of hav
ing to frcternlze with thern on equal
terms. Still more strongly do they
resent having government represen
tatives sent among them to act, thoy
say, as "informers."
, CHICAGO, June 12. Ten thou
sand tons of steel, Chicago's new nmj ne MlrPOtt c. F. Trimble, pas
boulevard link bridge, settled Into tor. 917 Pine St , phone 476, 374.
place recently with a whirring of it I v ry Important that thoe who
.geara. and for th? ninth lime in 117 ,tend Sunday school at the Christian
years north and southern Chicago church nxt Sunday morning be on
were connected by a direct lake front time. The Sunday school will begin
route. I promptly at 10 a. m and conclude at
The new bridge, a double deck n. Promptly at 10-30 the Chll
bascule, or "Jack knife" type. Is a ,rens clay program will begin. At
triumph of engineering skill. When the conclusion of th program there
the draw is open for passing ship wm short sermon Come at 10
I the two Immenitu "leaves" tower 150 for Sunday school or at 10-30 for
'feet Into the air. A bread boulevard children's day program and church
(viaduct leads to the upper level, re- services,
.served for pleasure vehicles only.j O.rl.ilnn Emtciwir
, while trucks nnd dray rumbs over J The Christian Endeavor M growing
.tho lower passageway. The bridge 'in Interest and attendance. The En
cost 116,000.000 and more than 20 dt-nver will meet at 7 p m.
years was spent In lu planning and! The ovenlng sermon ut S will ho
cuu.iiutiiun. , evangelistic.
Tragedies und sensational pieces' Emmanuel llnptlst, Eleventh nnd
are most In favor with playgoers In High street. Ilible school, 10 a. m.
All Ex -Service Men!
"BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN SORRY"
IT WILL BE TOO LATE AFTER JULY 1ST TO
REINSTATE YOUR GOVERNMENT INSURANCE
UNDER THE PRESENT LIBERAL TERMS
. Do not be too sure that Government Insurance t
is no good.
Study it carefully before you turn it down.
Ask any reliable insurance man. He will tell you
that Government Insurance is cheaper and better
than any he can sell you.
No matter how long you have been discharged or
how long your insurance has been lapsed you may
reinstate your War Risk Term Insurance at any time
before July 1st, 1920, by paying two months prem-
uims for the month of grace in which you were cov-
I ered and for the current month.
I If yours has lapsed, reinstate at once !
: There is No Armistice With Death
t Call qv write Red Cross Headquarters, 110 S. 5th, for f
I information, reinstatement and conversion blanks. 2
JPraer meeting Thursday, 8 p. m.
Women's Home nnd Foreign Mission
ary society meets first Thursdny of
In Turkey grows n wild tlower
which is the exact floral Image of a
humming bird. The breast is green,
the throat yellow, the head and beak
lllLi: SAWMILL AUAI.V
llltOl'UIIT IXTO ACTIVITV
POUTI.AND. Juno 12 A notori
ous white elephant hero In thn hnpe
of the Monnrch Lumber Mill ha
been harnessed and put to work
This huge mill, which Is capable of
producing 31,2(0 feet of lumber nn
hour, operated only n short time af
ter It was finished, was cntnngled In
litigation and has lain Idle ever
I since. It hits now been taken over
I by Lester W D.il. nn enterprising
lumberman. Is furnishing employ
I in i nt for 17S men, and I producing
a lot of good lumber nt n good profit.
Tlui II mt national convention for
thn nomination of president and vim
'president was that held by the nntl
Masonic party In Philadelphia, In
NOTICE OF I'lI.IXO PETITION TO
VACATE A HTItKKT
For a long time after nugar was
first Introduced Into England tho
riAAIllai co'lllftil tr nit I snulnit 1
remains In that suit unless you lelT, , , r" ' 7
, ,, , ' 'It was bad for tho !ungi.
In come of tho public libraries In
I London tho racing news Id blacked
out of thrf ncwspupurH boforo they
Inro put upon tho files for reading.
us renavnje It for you.
KLAMATH DYE WOIIKK
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WK'LL HE GLAD
TO TKMj YOU
JiiEt what It will cost to move
ycur household effects to
your ne.w home If you will
phone us to call and size up
how bis a van will be re
quired. You'll find our
charges very reasonable, our
service prompt and efficient.
Western Transfer Co. I
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HESBBBBsV' ' f MJh
Eat le meat, alo take glJ of
Halt before rating
Tt5 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
if-i. !. i ..,. A-.it... u,. 1,1.1 I VnilrM lu hrliv vlvnn ftitil flu
IUTJC ttlld HI JJIUUl CtilC 1111 AlU-j .-"' "" ---" ov.. - "'vj
neys. thoy bromo overworlcc'l; set unucraiKnca wni. at a roKiilar motit
tsluKKlBh, ache, nnd feel Illco lumiw "K ot the Common Council of tho
h . - ... fit. nf ltfi.m.ll. lnllu fl...-..n n I...
ioi jeau. ine urino uueomes ciuuui - ,. . , uimuu, u
tho bladder la Irritated, nnd you held on tho second Monduy In July,
"may bo obliged to seek relief two or l'J20. to-wlt: on the 12th day of July,
I three times during the night. Whon 120. present their petition to said
the kidneys clog yon must help Common Council praying for tho va
them flush off tho body's urinous cation of that portion cf Lakevlow
waste 'or you'll be a real sick person Street lying and being between Oro-
Ishorlly. At first you feel a dull Kn Avenue mill F. Street, und mom.
misery In tho kidney region, you particularly described ns that portion1
suffor from backacbo, sick headache, of Lultuvlow Street lying und being
'dizziness, stomach gets sour, tonguo between Lot 1 of Illock OB and Lot
runted and vrm fuel rheumatic 17 of Illock 72 In Uoilllu Vlttil Addl-
twinges when tho weather Is bad. linn to tho City of Klamath Falls,
Kat less meat, drink lots of Klamath County, Oregon, us said por
wator: also got from any plinr- tlon of said Lakevlow Street Is shown
mnclut four ounces of Jad Salts; 'by tho offklul plut of huIiI uddltlon
tuko a tablespoon In a glass of water' to Klamath Falls now on file lu tho
before breakfast for a few days ana public records of Klamuth County, (
your Kiunujs win uiuu m.i iinu. un'.
This famous salt.i Is mado from tho. Dated, Klamath Falls, Oregon,
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com- Juno 11, 1920.
blned with llthlu, nnd has been usedl KLAMATH DEVELOPMENT CO.
for generations to clean clogged kid-, Petitioner.
neys and stimulate them to normal, Juno 11-18-2S-2-0
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acilvll, ninu lu iiuuiraiia viiu uviua
In urine, so It no longer Is a sourre
of Irritation, tkrus ending bladder
Jad Baits Is Inexpensive, cannot
Injure; makes a delightful efferves
cent llthla-water drink which every
one should take now and then to
keep the kidneys clean and active.
Druggists here say tbey sell lots of
Jd Salts to folks xwho believe in
overcoming kidney trouble while It
Ii only trouble.
STItlKK COKTH $2.1,000,6.)0'
SYDNEY, Australia, May 19, (Dy
Mall), The president of the Aus
tralian Miners' association estimates
that over 6,000,000 worth of sliver
has been los as a result of the 12
months' strike at the Broken Hills
If the Wood Dealer
That tiiiiiniN odd
Wo do not ell ciirienl; vto m-JI hervlce.
Well, kiippoMi tiie vwmd il"aler until M'rvlro insleiiil of uood, lie
would tend to jour fuiiuiie mid jour ninue, take nvny tho iiIii'h
mid clean llin fliie. You vtoulil buy mi iiiiicIi lieut.
Now )ou buy m iiiiicIi llglil, altlioiiftli ou pay neroidliiK to the
(invent )ou roiihuiini. Hut tlio nervUi In performeil fur )u by tills
coiiipiiny at the MibMatlcinit nnd miit plantM,
That H uhat ui uiint to lo nu efficient seiUio. It Is llin
aim of till ciinipaiij' m liavit iionit but mil Nf led euKtoiiierN, No
matter what it In, If you Imvo u grlevaiiK', or aro dUNittlNfled about
)our lilll or do not uiidcrMitnd our rules, pleano comu In and seo
us or urlto un about It.
If )ou have any nuugeMlonN o make, ho will Kindly avail our
sehes of them ns our aim U roiistmitly to improve our sorvlro to
ou ns fast as tho development of science and liumau ability penult.