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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1920)
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IHE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
. . MC It It AT
Pabllihed dally, except Sunday, by
Tfct Herald Publishing Company ol
Klamath Falls, at IIS Fourth Street.
To Our Patrons
. Entered at thr roM office at Klani
ata Falls, Ore., (or transmission thru1
the- malls ai second-class matter.
MKMIIKU OF TI1K ASSOCUTKl) ,
The Associated Press Is exclusively ,
entitled to the use for republication
ot all news dispatches credited to It, ,
or not otherwise credited In this
TBaper, and also the locnl news pub-i'J
haturday, jcly 211, no
Editor Evening Herald:
"I heard that Klamath Falls
has had a terrible Ore. Please
send we a copy of jour paper with
tho explanation ot tho fire. Don't
This Is a 'ample of Inquiries that
htivt1 been coming In from various
"points during the last few days, not':
all of them to the Herald. The WVst-J,
oulrlp from Wroil anil nHier nnlnta
In the last day or two, In knestlga-lj.
tlon of a rumor that tho town has
.fccen. ntore or less wiped out by
flames. t " , -J-,
. All of this", of fours Is traceable'?
to the current falk of the last few
days In regard to an Invasion ot I.jJ
W. W. tlrebugs It's bad adertls-(
Ing for the community, tending to,
i keep nervous persons away from $
here and ctery effort should be made,'
to counteract It by plain dealing with ,
tho situation and full publication of J
facta. m ,
As a matter of fact never has the' !
community had less Ores than during.ljyi'-.,
the present summer. It might; bu,
prudent to "knock on wood," us the J
children say, In making this slate ,., l.j
went. That there have been I. W.
,V, threats of Incendiarism Is un
auestlonable. but there has been no
. -. .U 1 tl nWI
utviv uci uuu me .. . uviu.ij
here Is apparently no more active
now than it has' been for months.
There are member ot the organlza-i
tlon here and they are adding &ewj
members as fast as poslble, without, J
Beginning August lat our deliveries
will be handled by the City Delivery
and will be made as follews: First de
livery at 8:00 a. m.; second delivery at
9:00 a. m.; third delivery at 1:45 p. m.
Shippington and Pelican City deliv
eries will leave at 1 :00 p. m.
We will appreciate your co-operation
COLE AERO 8
"Ataterk dora -aot arafoae
to hoM aloof ehooata bo hola
Uoa aad shaaa ira datjr, bat w
arroRso to oaraetvea th ktv
tag of tho Aaserlcaai continent
aad every concept of rr moral
obligation. It Is very tracUel
to make sure our own house la
la perfect order before we at
tempt tho miracle of old world
"Americanism really began
when, robed In nationality, the
American Republic biased the
trail of rrpreaentatlvf popular
democracy waa proclaimed the
safe ngvnry of tilghrat human
freedom. The- Fitleaal Consti
tut Ion la Uio very baa of
Americanism, the ark of the
covenant of American liberty,
the very temple ot equal right.
The Constitution tfoea ajblde
and evrr will ao loag aa tho
He public survives.
"Let ua healut before we
urrrader tho aatioavallty (which
la the very aonl of highest
Americanism. This Republic
ha f Ailed humanity oor
HARDING'S PRINTING PLANT
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Senator llardlng'a main hobby' Is hit newspaper, tka Martoa
(Ohio) 8Ur. The photograph tbowa im uienor 01 oa nmwium
ma ot tat SjtM. -"
i it i mil mi tiii iii
i - alfll IIUUW f j
t H4t as s pnnsi lilnnnu
. Li HU WU HI
VNCLE SAM'S DEBT
AccortliiiR to lite report of the Treasury Depart
ment, the public debt is:
Total Horn! , 5'5SSSSS22S
Treasury Certmcato...,. ....... ;;;
MM-UiUmt' Ueirlng Debt 1,100.000.000
doubt. Their organization workjT
must necessarily be secret but there
, ., ..... .u. .. . -.i .I-:
IB criuvjivc iuai (UC7 en Abllici;i
Weed and other California towns
are having flrei. The evidence 1
seems to point to incendiary origin ;
too strongly to leave much question
ot fact. That Klamath Falls might 'Z
suffer from the same source Is con-j
cetvable and too evidently convelv
able to die comfortable, but It allf
citizens know the facts and are on i
pit.! ta nnullitllf V rt trmililA tvlll '
he reduced to a minimum.
It is a time when cool-beadedness
and care In avoiding giving currency
to Idle talk or rumors that deter
tourists and workingmen from com
ing here are the part of good citizen-
ablp. Swashbuckling' street .talk of
' harsh treatment that will be given
-the "wobblles" if they "start any-
thing" does no good and It alarms
,. the timid. It a situation-arises that
must be dealt with, doubtless the
' community can deal wih It. It has
done so before. To be forewarned
? la forearmed and the oClcers, wjth
the knowledge that they possess, will
, doubtless be on the alert and if any
, trobble menaces, It wJU be nipped in
.Let's quit spreading -these
The Balanced to Zero Car
One to 80 miles in high gear. Power, Speed
and-Durability equipment includes Power
'driven tire pump, trouble lie;ht, Motometer,
shock absorbers and wire wheels with Cord
TiresalJ around. We have two new ones in
st'ockt Call and look them over.
The Minute-Man Six
Continental Red Seal Motor, Borg and Beck
clutch, Tire pump driven from transmission, .
trouble light, Cord tires and only one grease
cup on the whole car. The hills just flatten
out when the Lexington shows up. We have
new ones in stock for your inspection.
C. L McWilliams
nooitS'. Holland. J ily 10. (lb
Mull) Tl, fiirmur Orinon vin
prf. AiiKintf Vlctor'.i, bus uml'T
gonu so iniii'h dlstres during tfcr
pnt two )i'ur thut slin has suffered
'for n.'crul mantliK from aggravated
attacks of licart lK.ifu Itt'Ci'iitly
xhv hn (h'iti li'iulliiK the II fs of un
THE HEALTH OFFICER
AT THE THEATERS
On i. r,f th" MKi't di.irr foutx dVfr
rM.tin',iii.i in i'tm n w irk tiiKe
place In "The Shu k ' r Km uroilltr-
t'on sta'rtni: linrer WaUh whtcli
i time bn-n pvrnilttud to walk up or i,..n rirocnlied ni one "f tb dutlei a
on tne stuirs. a speeiui nimor'of the govcrni:ient. Today tin' puiiiir Aj,,.r ln hIhkhc,, f mnrly n )rar
was built for her ue iietlth service, tlm tnte and local f-0a the rren. 1'rliclll.i Uran l
Tho farnlllnr with Ihn Inner life boards of health Ijhvh vur.oi po- rnaklnK n Irlumi'lmnl nttirii In "The
cf the former emperor'H household ,, for the purixMe of (.n:itrlnK virrln of Mtanbnul." a llnlvnrinl.
since the flight from Potsdam to pUVmlca, preventing iIIihi's and ji.,. tnhnlfr-fx.it urn uhlrh bus r.
1 1 Holland declaro that while Wllllum, promoting tho streJigth und lgor of (..vnl the lilglieL prulsn from nil
f(onsollng hlniM-lf v.ith religion, has people.
36 Main St.
Ther- arv o ninny mutters tn our
I'ttle city il nt iiied attentlcn In tne
ny if trni.. ti n of I'tn and health,
that I have thiougli tl. publl splr-
Sh has hud milder .UtackH IttdnesH of lhi nvenli.K llrald spa"? j,, ffcown 91 t' f l.lbytty The.
for u paragraph or t" every n. 0(re (omg,!,
of things that need correcting, und r ,n , -ff f0 .,..B t9 v'ottTcr
wars and uieuus thoreof. -f--t in Uumn fnrm." tin
To b.gin with: lirp-ino i!i;i.s to the r'sglnr. of n
To Jut U tb x-lo of the past: ,,, - wV;h "he ' l"' " '"
V i,.. .!..... hr ..r " '" P ' f'"r fully
the d ty."
of this muliidy for ninny yearn
' ... IIn..MA ,. tl.w.n .. I..i.. ..m
y.. ....' iiiibv u. .w..ti. nt.Li.i, .ui
'rounded by a staff of her on llirlin
'servants, and attended almost con
stantly by Countess Kellar for
miiny yeurs her lady In watting
4.she has rx'vntly l"'"n so completely
J lndlrpo-d that she has at times been
n.iftl.l., ff. u.i.ll iiti.l linu nnl fur n ln.li
lrT.'nty-flve fp-'t below This Is only
one of msny treat stent- inn thrll-
The prevention 31 disease Ua lorn; ling photodrntnn.
tbeen more or lest of a Mo c, the
Kla-nath Kails, hereafter must
and wlilch will
shown nt the
X 'If Van I o.iti vtrote (h story
and It wns dlreried by Toil llniKn
Ing. uh lirtil nt hla comiiinnd all lint
vnsl ri-snurces of the I'nlversal stud
ios mid th ro-operntlmi of n com
former empress has suffered great hnVf. ,, u,e ln . i,,,,!,.,., Ilt t.a,t
mental distress und has felt severely jjil1()0 ,r . Hl,,tratlon of the
the epcratlon from her children. ,n(!B,(l ,rar,. t,s money not to be
Krom the time she nrnvid ut Am- ,.,, fnr iari... ,iii nuretv mlinlnl..
Zierongen, In November, 1918, shV has tratn0 work.
T I suffered contlnuully. Now and then,
f:sbe wus the victim of heart attucks
so severe that she was confined to
her bed for severe) das at a tlmo.
In the spring of IS20, when the
Kapp revolution In Ikrlln wus fol
lowed by an urgent demand thut the 'furious as a Hahnru slmonn. With
former emperor be clos-aly guarded. m . h,,h ., , .ff-l'" ecurei through hor street
the life of the exile, tccume more )(h (m n wch g co,h lnelnit and 'cajolery sh supported
ed .wlth'nlmndsnt power
deal then depends on the
condition U directly or Itidl
I wilt nni tii.vt lii time to tie
..ealtb officer aflvr this year, but I I'J ""' thousand people,
would like to leave the office In such ' r"f ", ' ,'"n hn" ,h" ol,, of 8"r,
shape that my succe.sor ...ay be able " """'I kt girl of fliamboul.
to accomplish much more than has ",l1" ?' '"' l'lon like.
been done In the past. ,,(,I ,',,,n"1K "" an' t "P"
' flltlfllla fla m Unlin.M -I..... ltI.U
Th.. V.....1 1 1. ..Ml.. hn nn twwp ' "" " '"" "iiiiumii
"' "' "" - s " "Jnl
ovr roiiuiiiuns wnicn no nui niieci.
citizen any communication with ref
erence toTilm from the Arnerlcsn
government should be made through
the Irish Republican government
and bo thought that the matter
constrained and Auguste'n ailment
Uti. wus rinsl nnltu iisi.Ia
. ".I " ;. ;;...-: .. .V ' ha'th "" whether
IIRKlUiVIU UI AJr. NttVUUOi. u i.eiuu T
li, . . .. 'aln
pihvalf.iin Hrnn la n inj.mli., t9 flhn.
. ...... rectly h menuci; to life or health,
former emperor's staff and. also, a . V.llh
noted Dutch specialist In heart dis
eases, from Utrecht, was culled 'into
He decreed that she. must lead .1 """"" """" """ "r"Km ." . ?.
should be placed In the hands of the , .,i, . .i i. . rien l,,fU tn,lt '"lint net on tlieso
"DUBLIN, July 12. fay Mall.)
There Is a renewed agitation In Ire
land for the release from prison oftHnU,er ,or 'oreKn affairs of the tcret ot Do0rn that In May and June
j...... .,.MU.,.-U RUJVMH.UU.. W..UC. .(,, ,Bg ye4vr tfce t0Tmkf ttDfTetU ,Uf.
jiibu -.uuutiiH ure uciiub simiiuriy.
A health office receives u good
many complaints which do not affect
the health of human beings, such aa
barking dogs, ash heaps, etc.- lie
james wiraini now- serving a sen
tence-in -America. Home of the new
town council have taken up the mat-'
ter, and are busy passing resolutions
about It. , .
At Mulllnger tbe Town Council de-
" J,h. ,2""'"V"" " minded LarkYnV release, and M
cil, said that, aa lrkln was an Irish
fpred such, violent attacks that her
life was despaired of, On these pera-
Parla has the only exclusive wb-.aiona, the, formtir crown prince ami;
, -. . .i.i"-Lrr. . i.... ... ., ... ..t .. i
nen a uiuaier m lue worm. imiuii umiir 141 ine,rionenzonerns,
were within easy reach, were
!n China the bridged sends her W. . M.
future husband his wedding dress. , -At I)oornI'l everything bus been
rJ,on to avoid disturbing the former
- ... - - - ., .!., 1
.A. mMMamm- -.-- ' I ll
arwwayall - -m. m m j - . - ..........
News, or information thut
HURRY NQ TIME TO LOSE
For Instance: '
Two-piece Underwear at J5r pvr Kurinent
SOc .Muslin Undt-rweur at...;. . ..2.Sc per garment
1 Lot I)r,'s fihlrts'nt, v ....flc each
1 Lot Dress Shlrls, ut 91.00 each
1 Lot Dress Shirts at ...kiJUl eali
1 Lot Fancy SuramertVeHts ut 7Bc curb
Straw Huts at lOe, arte aad BOc
Felt Hata at fl.OO, 2.00, 2.o und :.0J
might tend to excite her, has, been
Kept from nor, Htie has never been
left entirely ulono. Jf sho has bin
ublo to wulk In tho garden, atleud-
j unts were In easy call.
Prices Assassinated, Cut to Pieces Unbelievable Values for Your Money
F t S"'f 'v -
WORK AS WAITERS
NKW YOUK. July 31. Muny cul
tured .HiihhIuii women now nro uttlng
ua wultresses In ConHtuiitiuoplu res
tuuruntM, according to word received
hero from un ugent or the American
contra! committee for Itussluu relief.
Theso women still wear afternoon
und evening clothed which they took
with them when they fled fm liol-
"There I the spirit of tho cantcori
ibouj it all," read the ugent'H report,
"and their compatriots and friends
salute 'them In tbe usual charming
manner of kissing their hands, and
yeryona talks with tbem and helps
tjbem 'n tbelr .serving."
complaints, us he- Is the only public
1'offlcer whose scope of work s at all
related to tbe subject of tbo com
plaint. His powers, however, are no
morrf than any other public-spirited,
honvst-to-Qod citizen of Klamath
Falli. What this town needs Is a
health club to back up health move
ments, und ,Be(i. thut the taxpayer
gives the money .And sro 'that 'It-'la
used to keep Klamuth Falls clean,
healthy and beautiful,
In these urtlcles, I urn going to
point out somu of the things thut
need to bn remedied. Oh, If I only
had n body of fellow citizens tn or
ganize and help mo, I could do sorriV
thing before leaving this office. I ntu
'ready to 111I1I tho prustrgo of tho
officii nml tho rJgliteouatiufiH of the
cuiibo. ' ,
DIl. A. A. SOULK.
nar nvm. ..rv.n.. ...... .. u...- ... ..
a vreatt- "'"', ihiiivi. nun mi h
' jUd,mtnt' !""" nnrn v','e'' wbo.kept a
""' '"" l"" .'"inur 01 r.gypi, anir
lane dny,when she carrie thereto so
licit ulnui she met handsninn Amer-
lcanwhd' wus In command of 11 fam
ous faglonj'compnsed of the dregs of
Asia, JnoWn us the lllnck Horse-
Trjop. t8he heard Vusef worn th
American tn bewaro of her, as her
"soul was us tho filth In the streets
of Htumboul." Killed with despa'r.
Barf Tso)ved to purify her soul to bo-'
worthyof the man she loves.
Knterlng tho mysterious mosque
she beheld a crime being enacted"
within the sacred walls. Hut having
committed the grave offense of en
tering the mosque, to which no wo
men nro admitted, her lips were seal
ed and she dared .not, divulge, her au-cref1.
(iPiinral Hcott, Whig stnn.lard
hearer In lKf.2, wiih tho first to ills
regard tho tradition that a cnmildatu
for t)io presidency should not deliver
spent hew In his own behalf
This Is Ihn beginning of tho story,
tho telling of which engages nn nn'nv
of players, thousands of horses, cam-
eix nnn nogs, gigantic settings and
womlorful locutions and which was
six mt'iiihs in tho making. MHH
Dean's' spinmllil support Includes
Wheeler Oiikimin, Wnlluco lleory, K.
A. Wiirren, Kilwnrd Hums. Kugenlo
Fordo, Ktliol Itltrhlu and other well
known players. "
Ono of the raroHt gonw In Queen
Mury'H colleftlon Is 11 green diamond
of marvelous beauty, It bun nevor
V r -uaa-L--rL. -- .r. ,j
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Carrier Boys Wanted
, , At Herald Office .
KUfeaTH VAtlM 1
Twice a yiar the
V ' ' ' I 1 ' ' i t y
ilfood to tbalr 4td.
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