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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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Four Dozen Spring
and Summer Hats
To Be Sacrificed
Hats ranging in prices from
" $8.00 to $12.00 for $2.95 and $3.95
$20.00 Models will be sold for $9.95
$1G.00 Models for $8.95
These are all late .models and beautiful shapes
but we must sacrifice them as our quarters are
small and we must make room for our new stock.
Every hat worth twice what we are asking for
The Parisian Millinery
309 Main Street
610 Main Street
LONDON'. June 3 (lly Mull.)
Tlio hucknoyed nrt;iiiiiont iigutnst
hull-lights, thnt the bull luuj nut n
sporting elur.co, Is refuted by tho
death In Mailrlil of tin) Idollred Jtno
llto who , gored to tlcatli In tho
eighth yoar of ht career, according
to it correspondent Vrillng to tho
London "Timet" on "Tho I'sj etiology
of tho Hull-King " Ho says:
"Truo thnt of the 1.4 30 IiuIIh thnt
iJosellto dlspocil of In hi brief ca
reer at n inntiiilor onb seven sue-
'coedod In wounding hi bod uml ono!
takltiR1 hi life. big Polish majority at tho election '
"Yet, oven If we accept these tic- Tho thickly populated Industrial ills
ures nt an average, thoURh they restrict of which llotithnn Ik Iho renter
suit from tin' experience of the mint, will voto overwhelmingly Polish, he
Itlirnl lillll.ilu.li-.ir thnt Din MtlnnUll lllllllohl. till t till llllllllltril tllut thn
jrlng ever knuw. they aro ample- uf- (district on tho left hank of the. Oiler,
flclent to prove that tho hull hnn n exendlng from Oppoln Mouth win il to
Hutlhor, and tho northern part of the
plebiscite tone were uncurtain."
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LUNCHEON FOR LADIES
is one of our specialties. Those who ore wearied
with shoppinc or visiting enn stop in this restau
rant and partake of the daintiest repast, Perfectly
cooked and served. Wc have special tables tor
ladies as well a? special dishes. We invito their
patronage, which, once bestowed, is always con
tinued. Our service is the reacon.
The Jewel Cafe
T lowest wage on which a wo
mb can lire,' accerding: to statistic
Ktfeefed by tho United Status gov
ernment, has Increased from $9.50
In 131C to 1C. 13 la 1919.
Waitresses In the teashope of Ixn
don are threatening a general strike
unless they receive an Increase In
wages and recognition of their union.
A Classified Ad will sell It.
If the Wood Dealer
We do aot aril current; wo sll service.
That sounds mid
Well, oppoc the wood dealer sold service Instead of wood, he
woatd tead to your furnace and jour range, take away the ashea
awl dealt Use flat. You would buy ao much beat.
Now you buy ao much light, although you amy according to the
currewt you consame. But the service is performed (or you by this
eouiaaay at the aubtaUoas aad power plaBts.
That la what we want to glTe you -efficient service. It Is the
asset of this company to have noae but satisfied customers. No
Matter what It Is, If you have a grievance, or are dissatisfied about
- year, kill or. do aot understand our rates, please come la aad see
a or write a about It.
If you have any staggestloas to make, we will gladly avail our.
selves of theaa as our aim Is eoastaatly to Improve our service to
you aa fast aa the development of science aad ksunaa ability penult.
2 FIVE PASSENGER
2 SEVEN PASSENGER
IF ORDERED WITHIN ONE WEEK
CAN PLEASE YOU IN A FEW USED CARS
White Pelican Garage
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WK'LL UK OI,AI
TO TKWj YOU
Just what It will cohI to movo
your household efforts to
your now home If you will
phono us to call and size up
how big a van will be re
quired. You'll find our
charges very reasonable, our
service prompt and efficient.
Western Transfer Co.
Phoao 187 Km. SMR
sporting chutico considerably hlghtar
Ithan thnt of tho fox or deer.
"Tim opinion seems to ho general
In England thnt bull-fights satisfy n
craving for cruelty and sanguinary
scenes. Nothing Is farther from the
truth. It Is not because hull-tight
arc sanguinary, but In splto of their
being so, that Spaniards like them.
"It Is seldom that tho foreigner
can appreciate a bull-fight cs some
thing mora complex and dramutlc
1 than a picture. Onco he has taken
1 In the graceful curvo of tho ring, tho
movement, tho color, and tho merry
, hubbub of thousands of voices, and
.the bluo sky overhead; onco he has
seen tho despejb, tho glistening cos
.tunics of the torero, tho quaint cere
mony of tho throning of tho key;
jonce ho has felt tho first bull rush
out from his dark cell, and suddenly
stop, dazxled hy the sun, cutting out
on the yellow sand Its beautiful pro
JfSIo nothing remains In store for
.him save monotony, broken now and
'then by outbursts of disgust. Hut It
Is then that tho truo 'aficionado' be
gins to enjoy himself
"He Is going to behold a spectacle
wbero men are playing light-footed
on the edge of tbo ubyss. There Isi
no forgetting that. A bull Is a most
dangerous animal, one whose hand-
(ling requires a cool head and a stout
heart. And this Is the fundamental
fact about bull-fights. They are
abovo all dramas of courage."
SWEDEN'S ROADS TO
STOCKHOLM, June 2. (lly Mull)
The ever Increasing prices for coal
and the huge freight chunges now
quoted greatly Influenced tho Swed
ish parliament to start electrifying
tho Swedish state rnllwavs Thn
amount granted for this purputo was
23,000,000 krone ns a first Install
ment and tho lino which Is first to ho
electrified is that hctwecu (lothvn
It Is expected that next year tho
parliament will grant means for sim
ilar work on thn hlg trunk lines cf
Mulmo-Htockholm und Stockholm-lloden.
KOILM PUIIMCITV IIL'ltKAl'
HKUTHEN, Upper Silosla. Juno 1.
(lly Mall.) Upper Silesia's big In
dustries, far from suffering If tho
plebiscite adds this region tu Poland,
will gain enormously as Poland,
'stripped by tho war of everything It
noeds for Industrial development,
jwill bo an eager purchaser of Upper
iRlleslu's coal, Iron, zinc arid other
raw materials and finished products.
I Tl'ut Is ono of tho principal argu
ments tho i'oles aro making to tho
Uppar HllcHlan eloctoratc Their
chief spokesman Is Josef Kymer, sec
retary of tho Federal Polish Unions,
which In Upper Silesia claim n mem
bership of 150,000, Including work-
'ers of all political partlos with tho
exception of I'ollsh Hoclul-DomocratH.
He attended the International Labor
Conference at Washington last fall
and ho lukos u keen Interest In
American labor and Industrial con
"Owing to oar Isolation In this far
off corner of Oermuny," ho said,
"Uppor Sllosla's Industrie always
havo had difficulty In niceilng tho
competition of tho Wmtpliulluii nnd
Ituhr dfKtrivtH. I'olnnd Ih on tho
!ovo of a hugo Industrial development
and It will ho able to (oristiuio every
product Ul")r Silesia supplies. It'll
nonsouHO for tho (,'ormatiH to say that
tho mines and fantnrlcs would ho
rulnod under -(illuli control, for tho
slmplo reman that tho Germans will
contluun to operate them.
"To he Hiiro, I'olnnd up to now
hasn't tho social and labor laws (!er
many has. Hut It will Imvo them
and they will he an Improvement on
Germany's, which are faulty and
difficult to roform becauso their mti
chlnory Is so ponderous and compli
cated. Poland Is now planning a
workmen') compensation uct anal
other labor legislation which will be
entirely satisfactory and easy to ex
Kymer 'expressed confidence (n a
Don't fall to read Bnders' ad, If
you are looking for values. Adr.
HKAl.nSIIUlK!, Calif.. Juno 33.
Tho school teachers of Sonoma coun
ty havu perfected un organization
and have started a campaign of pub
licity. In charge of an exiwrt adver
tising mnn, t show the people the
advantages of paying udeqnato sal
aries and bettering school conditions
More than half the diamonds of
the world aro now owned or held In
thn United States.
Within twenty miles of New York
city hall thero reside more Jews than
In all America bcHlde.
nead Endors' ad. for this week's
UK BUJIK TO CO to tho Swan l.ako
danco Saturday night! Hlg time,
good music. 22-25
SIINT PAUL ii
Cnrl-mn Also Crt. Kid of Thlrty-I'lvo
' Yrnnt' Troublo Willi Itheuniiilltm
! .Never Kelt lletter In Ills Ufo
"Hy taking Tunluc I have gained
20 pounds and gotten rid of rheu
matism that had troubled mo for 3C
yeurs," suld J. W. Carlson, of 90
I'hclun Creek street, St. Paul, Mlnu.
"I urn now 60 yours old," ho con
tinued, "and hud suffered over since
I was a young nun of 25. During
that time I had tho very beet o'f treat
mont und tried muny different klndn
I of medicine, hut got no permanent
'relict until I found Tanlnc, I wuh In
such bad shapo lust year that I wuh
Inltl fii. tir,t, vnfi.itltj, 1 iiltm hflll
'stomach troublo m bad thnt every
thing I ut caused mu to hloat with
'gus und suffer for hours uflorwnrds,
often I hud raging honducliOH und wan
'so nervous I could never get much
'sleop. finally I guve up entirely and
nuvor expected to lo any bettor, hut 1
begun Hiking Tunluc und tho wuy it
, knocked that rheumutlsm out was
'simply wonderful, und I haven't 11
sign of It left.
",My -stomach trouble, loo, bus left
1110 untlrojy, I eat thre"hlK inuuls
ovory duy, for I um hungry all the
time and naver have the loiiHt bit, of
Indigestion. My strength has come
hack and It boutB the world tho way
I am gaining In weight. I never felt
hotter In .every way lu iny Ufo and it
rlvoi, m nlaasura to recommend
JTanlac, for it will do just what they
say 11 win-"
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Falls by
tho Star Drug Co., la Lorella by tbe
James Merc. Co., and In Merrill by
the Southern Oregon Drug Co. Adv.
AT THE ELKS' TEMPLE
ALL ELKS AND THEIR LADIES
MUSIC BY THE
A. Constructive Congress
Two of tos greatest constructive measures ever placed apoa the
ttatate books the coal and oil land Uaslnc bill end the railroad re
UfSBlutloa bill have been enacted by tbe Hepubllcan Congress.
At prevloue cessions the Democrats, In-full control of tbe House
md Senate, proved ebeoliitely Impotent to deal wlltt th.li Imperative
Susceptible to all eorta of Influence, afraid of their shadows and
lubordlnatlnr all other considerations to politics, the administration
party disregarded public Interests and permitted things to drift.
Demand for tbe opening of govtrnawnt coal and oil lands, to
meet the country's growing nreds, had gone unheeded for yeers.
There was universal acrrcment that something should be dene, but
tbe Democrats of Concrets demonstrated an utter Inability to pase
upon and adjust the problems Involved. Legislation bung Are, de
ferred from one session to another, until the Hepubllcana came Into
control of Congrr, when, with business atlllty, thoy succeeded In
framing a leasing law that Is iii"ounci-d both constructive and pro
gressive In thn highest dogma and will surely operate to promote the
welfare of the whulv pe,plo.
So, llkrwlsn, the rallrcad legislation. The President bad no
rcccromrndttlnn to offer when he nmioumed that the roads. Impaired
and dcjirrll:rd under goturnment operation, would bo turned back
to their owners on Marrh I. I'jIO. A cnllossal loss resulting from
ruinous n.anvt. int f eur,t rlmo In tho atoenco of upbuilding legis
lation, snd II wim re in veil fur Iteputltcan law-makers to avert the
llrrwarc.l bj tbo j-reem of selfish Interests, unawed by tho
threats cf In'jcr cud tt. prnpanenti ot thn I'lumb plan, which was
tacked tr a powerful Icbliv. a law was evolved and enacted which
oven a Iiciot'.tic Attortiry Rciicral Is cnmpclleil to approve as sound
and coastltuilcnal nnd which Is hailed by economists as tho greatest
step forward In many ycaru.
M)uthlli, thU RiuL1Ii.iiii Culigroa In unfurclng economy cut
ting tho ultimate of Democratic ilr.psrtrauiit hoads by tho millions to
the ultimuto, If not Imuiudlate, relief of tho,ovcr-hurduued taxpayers.
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over a generation of spii.ilieil exprience, It mriint )ou are
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the world ciiii produce. It nu-.un you arc getting tho start 1
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Know the farts- -romc in anil examine the "jEXtoC" for
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