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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH rUAOMGOM
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OOMHTIONH IK JAPAN " r i , - - j-jgfriy . .
TUB IIAHIIINO HRHO
IN TUB MOHT
"THE EVIL EYE"
" Below the Dead Line "
AT THE LIBERTY
Oregon gets 16,000,000 a year
from tourist; California 100 times
uit much. Advertising did It. Help
Advertise Oregon through tbj Ore
scribe, in Hip Oregon State Chamber
Huhscrlbe I hi rcl(.
Oregon needs l.(i(iii,(i00 men on
IIh farms, Ilrlp get them. Hul
trrlK to Out Oregon Htitte Chamber
of Commerce Thl week.
A proKruii) (or Oregon' Agricul
tural development! Industrial 'Ki
panslnn Tourist Travel. licit put
It across for Orrgon through the
Oregon Slate Chamber of Commerce.
Subscribe. Thin week.
Oregon needs Industries. Ik'lp get
them through the Oregon Ktnte
Chamber of Commerce. Hulmerlhe.
Help Oregon keep uwake to Its
nplMirtultles through the Oregon
Htatn Chamber of Commerce. Hub
ecrlbe. Thli week.
WAHIItNClTON. Jnnn 17. -The
J upline no pittance of l rail e for the
flint ten day of Juno was
.unfavorable," and thn general flnan?
rial and Industrial tl 1 1 r f I tW-aptfU-',
cd no sign or improvement, accorq
lti; to a dlsputch received hy thu Dej
pnrlment of Commerce from It rep-
rc-entanve in loaio
l-BKINH, May 4, (lly Mall)
China should lux admitted as a mem
her of the Anglo-Japanese ulllance,
' r y
i lengmy snrien -MS WeeK lor uri-goa.. Bine
i the approach- Ncrlbe to the Oregon Htate'.,Cbamfaf,
Vnglo-Japanese 0f Commerce. Thin m-'eklp ' , I
0 -g -i t 1 If'M" -M MM ' IM II
"Verii ML-imamm i jiumimi ihh i g- ii
-l xsvawarsisHnga ia L-taiawr.aavms! -ssvavavamsr gMi igss--
III ItarcHllaVJaUf..,- im.iBI Q4gnMfufl ! , II
THE ARCADE HOTEL
IOXMI4 MAIN NT.
The plm-r Mltli home romfoiii.
rlrnllnru, plenty of frrti air
hhiI bo Inilile nwnu,
Kiery llilng new from lop In
txittom niul rari (it ntrrt )ur
You did for A me
L'urope, Now lio It for Orugoa
thu milking It a triple alliance for Your Home, Huhicribn tq'the ,Or-,
the far (. a'cordlng to the conclu- (m HUte Chamber of Cmu)rcei";
alona reurbed by the Teking and Thin week. ' 'Vr
Tlen-Tiiln "Tlmea" In a lengthy -erleN ThU Week for Ortgoi; 8ubi'
of article dealing with
lug rennwal of the A
pact. The paiwr aya: I
"Thn treaty nhoulcl he modified (be allfantfn Upon the withdrawal ofj
liiniifiir an neccnmiry lo make China nil Japarieno troop on Chinese aoll
a party. It la n aerluua departure whoe pretence la not proji(lforln
from the utual practice In Interna- treatlea or agreementa In lspcrtin
. . ...I 7-'. . ii ''
tlonai relations lor two power to on July 13, iii. ;; , , V-i
enter Into an agreement rexpectlng "Although Tlniglao watt forclwrj
the lnteret of a third power with occupied hy Oermany In 1898, berj
out the latter'. anient and one which admlnlotratlon of the port and leaaed
In our view ought not, In (bin ln territory arouaed no aerloua oppoal
atance, to be perpetuated. The In Hon unll) 1I4, when Tlngtao be
clunlon of China In what wonld then mine, a liaan for warlike operations
lcom u triple ulllance for the pre- agalnut allied "hipping. The German
ervutlon of peace In the far euat and methodM of administration were Jib
the miilntenunre of her Integrity and erul compared with those of the Jup
Independence and cf the principle of nnese, who are aiming to make It a
eitial opportunities for the commerce rinsed port. The restoration to
nnd Industry of nil nations, would China of Tslngtau, under condition
constitute, the most effective guar which guarantee equality of treat
imtee that nothing affecting her wol ment to all the power should then
fare would he done by either of the fore he Insisted upon hy flrent Ilrl
other parties without .full und frank tain,
ronsultullnn with her" "The Shantung railway which Is
lleitldes the admission of China to at present being used mainly to' ex
the past, the Time propones a series plolt Japanese Interests and as a pre
of conditions In the renewal of the test for the presence of Japanese
alliance, by blch China shall be garrisons In Shantung, should he
safeguarded. One of these wonld come a Chinese government state
tiring about the restoration of Chlnn'a railway, operated by a Rlno-Japanese
sovereignty over the Mao Tung pen administration, on terms similar to
Insula, Including Port Arthur, and the state railway operated nnder
the reversion of the South Munchurla llrltlsh supervision,
railroad to Chinese control, at the ei' "The practice of treating the na
plratlon of a definite period. Other' tlonallty of member of the customs
conditions proposed are summurlred service employed In the higher
as follows; (branches of the service at Tclngtao
"The Independence of China today and Dalren as a test of fitness, which
I violated by the presence upon her In effe'et places the heads of the cus
soil of foreign garrisons other than torn In these port nnder the Juris
the troops provided for under the diction of an1nterested power, should
lui protocol and the limited nuin- be discontinued,
ber of railway guards permitted for rilrltaln nnd Japan should mutu
the guarding of the South Mnnchurlu ally agreo to withdraw their post
and Chinese Knstern railways, (treat offices from China as soon as France,
llrltaln should Insist, therefore, us Italy und the United States are pre
condition precedent to the renewal of pared to do likewise."
a1 M HM am 1 ' arn bhbj bj -tj w.
VA11 n lUly LHAV1 J1LKS
Announcing the Removal of Our
China and Crockery Department
THE expansion of our business has resulted in a pressing demand for more ,
room. In order to meet this demand we have moved our Ch'iria and Crock
ery Department to a balcony overlooking the Ready-to-wear Section. This will ,
provide a quiet, detached place where one can select the. patterni' desired from -our
ample stocks and estimate one's requirements without disturbance or inter- c ,
ruption. : .,, ' .
Special Sale of China Lamps at Half-Price
WHILE moving our stocks to the new dept. we discovered a lot of odds and
ends in Queens Wear, including china, crockery, glassware, etc., which
will be sold at y regular prices. .- -
Coal-oil Lamps with glass oil reservoirs, brass burner and thick fa OFF
absorbent wicks, regularly 75c to $2.00 Special at '&
Lamp Chimneys, made of tough glass,, regularly 25c to 50c n OFF
Special at..... ! '
Seasonable Merchandise Specially Priced
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Only
PALM BEACH SUITING- Ideally adapted for Summer Suits, sports
skirts, motor coats, children's wash suits. In plain colors, and with light
blue, grey, green, tan and brown stripes. 36 in. wide. 4j OCt YD.
Regular $1.50 L uo
SALE OF MEN'S WORK SHIRTS. Excellent blue and grey chambray
and khaki shirts. An exceptional value. 4jJ ofi
All sizes .1.00
---Very good blue chambray shirts, all sizes. Famous Big i. 1 t(
Yank Brand. Regularly $2.00 .-. 9 1 V
An extraordinarily good work shirt, made of heavy cheviot shirting in
blue and grey. Cut extra large; triple seams; doubly Q CA
reinforced in armpits and back. Regular $2.90 :. wfJJ
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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J FOR TIKNT Furnished rooms, one
V light housekeeping. 70S Main St.
t , -O 1719
I : 1
,T run SAi.lv i Airaaie puppies, .
i months oldr.reglstered.
V Main St.
YVKKTKRN UDOR nURnAU
1034 Main street, Pbone477J
The place where you save time and
Wanted 1 mlllrlght. $250 a month.
1 ratchet setter. 18 a day; 3 labor
ers IS. 50 a day, "
Drop In and see as. We will save
you lots of trouble, 17
Ci:iAH FEXCK l-OSTS
TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS:
We beg to announce the sale of our grocery busi
ness to J. E. Enders & Co., who will take charge on
Monday, June 21st.
They will operate the business on a strictly cash
basis. We take this opportunity in extending them
'our best'wishes and can cheerfully recommend them
to all our old customers.
We take pleasure in thanking our customers for
the kind patronage they have given us during the
past ten years and appreciate the cordial relations
that have existed.
We will maintain our office at its present location
for the purpose of collecting our outstanding bills.
Roberts & Whitmore
! An optimist never hurt a good
State a pessimist never built one.
lie one of the optimists for. .Oregon
of Commerce. - Subscribe- This
through the Oregon State Chamber
Split cedar fence posts ready for week. .
Imnifdlate delivery, 40 cents each nt This Is your opportunity to do for
retail; 135 per hundred. Lakeside Oregon as Oregon baa done for you.
Lumber Co. i7ti Sublcr)be t0 the Oregon State Cham
' .ber of Commerce. This weok.
I He n leader not a, leaner. Help
build Oregon through the' Oregon
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Forward Oregon through, the Ore
gon State Chamber'7 of Commerce.
OAItACJK Vim SAI.K
Half Infrrrat la White line Gaxatrr
at ChlkMUln. llaewi reuxon for sell-
!ln. Home term. Call, ptvotm ur -Jrrtte
to Karl lUrkleroad. Chlloquln. Subscribe. This week
The Tltanothere bai gone back to
The MaHWon- faded from View;" '
The Icthybaaurus no longer will bol
I'le.ilosanrus Is .through.
The crude Pterodactyl will never
come back till
Tho Hlcb 'Cost of Living cornea
The festive Oarlnkus the Oral-
Have, exeunt omnes, left town.
The sabre-tooth tiger bus passed
No longer with visions we'll quake;
And e'en paregoric Is now pre-hla-
Since old John D. Barleycorn's wake,
A Classified Ad will aell It.
WANTED Ilye or before Sept. first,
0, C or 4 room furnished house.
No children; references. A. S. Ford,
General Delivery, City. 17
WILL SACIUFlCK TKX LOTS
Dcnutlful lots on Wood river, two
blocks town of Fort Klamath; lots
3 to 9 inclusive, First addition.
Have owned these for 10 years; will
sell one or all, Mrs, Cleorge Capron,
Dakotau Hotel, Grand Forks, North
Dakota. ' 17-18
New modern houso on Michigan
avouuo, 4 rooms, hath, three closets,
built In kitchen cnbinet nnd book
cases. J'rico sauuu, terms '
Four room house on Michigan
nvonuc, close to new pavement; new-i
ly painted and repaired, iritu
S1850; terms 500 cash.
Flvo room modern bungalow on
11th streot. newly built; lot 40x120.
alley In rear. Price M200; terms
11500 cash, bal. monthly payments.
Sixth street lot 60x104 ft, for
quick aale, price S500. Tblt, la a
Have several well located, build
ing -lots priced right.
'Many ldrger1bouscs, well located,
priced, reasonable, on my listing. -
' 'A1TtJrtfw!ARDVB -
BIG JAZZ DANCE
OPEN AIR PAVILION
Largest dance floor between Portland and
SPECIAL JAZZ MUSIC
COME! Everyone Invited COME!
28 x 1 00
ON MAIN ST. BETWEEN 6TH AND 9TH
PRICE IS RIGHT AND TERMS EASY "'
J. T. Ward & Co.
Buna l bwansou uio.
834 MAIN '
A ClualA4 will mU it.