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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Our new shoe department will be opened to the
public in about a week, and will occupy quarters
in the stores located immediately next to our
grocery store. We will handle complete lines of
men's women's and children's shoes, and they
will be the best obtainable. We solicit your
J. E. Enders & Co.
Tbli U rood wood If boncbt arly and dried. Do not
delay your orders, as 70a mast buy early It you want
cheap wood. Fuel will be higher next winter tban last,
as teed, labor and freight are big her.
We are prepared to give you quick service and the best
of wood. Our prices are cheap on block wood also.
Order bow and be prepared.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
TUT aRANDMOTHKR'S OLD FA
VORITE RECIPE OF SAGE TEA
Almost everyone knows-tost Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings bsck the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, gray
or streaked. Tears ago the only way
to get this mixture was to make It at
home, which Is mussy aad trouble
some. Nowadays, by asking at any
drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound," you will get large
bottle ot this famous old recipe, im
proved by the addition of other la
gradients, for about 60 cents.
DoVt stay gray I Try Hi No one
caa possibly tell that you darkened
year hair as It does R m naturally
sad evenly. Ton dampen a sponge or
soft brush with It, aad draw this
through your balr, taklac om email
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair disappears, and after another ap
plication or two, your hair becomes
beautifully dark, glassy aad attract,
A unique and picturesque custom
in Korea is the handing down of a
family hat from father to eldest son.
This hat, made from the hair of fam
ily ancestors, Is a priceless posses
sion, and Is so carefully handled that
it never wears out.
During Its existence of more than
a century the British and Foreign
Bible Society has distrtbupted ap
proximately 2S0.000.000 conlts of
the Scriptures In over four hundred
languages and dialects the very
names of which are unknown to
many students of languages.
There's no objection to a man's
blowing his own horn, but it's the
time he selects that makes us tired,
for the practical dairyman.
Light running and close
For Sale by
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
Phone 381 J 202 Main St
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NEW YORK, 8ept. 3. Sweeping
changes are being tnado at Ameri
ca's gateway Kills Island by Im
migration Commissioner Frederick
A. Wallls, who proposes to make the
big Immigration station mora com
fortabto for the newcomers to the
Freedom and sunshlno Is being
planned for tho now arrivals by the
conmlsslunor who has Just announc
ed plans for Improving conditions In
general on tho Island, larger build
ings are to be asked ho said, sanitary
condition) Improved, nddltlonaf cots
provided .for those unable to get
beds and many other conveniences
for tho Immigrant nro to bo Installed.
Kind and decent treatment for all
new nrrlvals has been demanded by
Commissioner Wallls who has nl
ready annouueed the discharge of
some of tho veteran attendants for
alleged harshness or inefficiency In
receiving Immigrants. Their places
havo been filled by moro courteous,
attentlvo and youngor men.
'I propose to mako this receiving
station representative ot all America
promises," he said.
Commissioner Wallls assorted
that he planned to Install baths at
the Island In order that every Indi
vidual entering tho country will bo
given a bath and havo his clothes
sterilised before he enters the sta
"They mako our soldiers do this,"
ho said, "so why not make our im
migrants. This will bo a big stop
toward preventing disease from en
tering our gates and will have a
great moral and physlcologlcal of'
One of the latest Improvements by
Commissioner Wallls has been the
supply of warm milk to mothers
with babies. This was dono as soon
as the commissioner learned that
chilled milk made tho Infanta sick.
When he learned that hundreds of
Immigrations were Jammed la the
detenslon pens the commissioner or
dered the liberation of the occupants
and gave them the freedom of the
large examination hall.
Commissioner Wallls haa appeal
ed to Washlngtonlo remove the al
leged radicals and anarchists de
tained at tho Island for deportation,
because of crowded conditions at the
"They are a defiant lot and should
bo deported," be" said. "Tho occupy
a room that could accommodate a
couple of hundred Immigrants."
Railroads have also been asked by
the commissioner to provide better
transportation facilities for tho Im
migrants and stop employs from
grafting" from the newcomers. He
also wants them1 to be properly fed
while being detained for entrain-
While funds are not Immediately
available for Improvements at the
Island, Commissioner Wallls said, he
will ask Congress to provide the
money. He said that be bad already
aikftil nArmlitlnn (n mIim fitmla hv
I public subscription if the necessary
money could not bo provided by the
UUP YOUR CASES
or parcels by our transfer
service. That will Insure
that they will be carefully
handled and that thsy will
always reach boat or train
on time. We don't believe
In any laat minute ship
ments. We always get there
In plenty of time to make
sure the goods we carry will
not be left behind.
Western Transfer Co. t
410 Mala at.
A society woman says that men
probably quit courting their wives
because oilier men do It so much
Lovemaklng of tho kind usually
found In romantic novels makes the
real thing look like 30 cents.
X of the Northwest
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Klamath Falls, the Pride of Oregon t
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Special event, Bobby Wagner of Seattle vs. Kid Hartley of
Yreka, six rounds. Also two rattling four-round preliminaries.
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General admission, $2; Reserved seats, $3; Ringside, $5; war tax
included. Tickets now on sale at Jewel Cafe and Rex Cafe.
FRANK SMITH, Matchmaker
BIG HELD FOR
YOtfB NEW OT
II stand Inspection and command
approbation if you have us tailor it
for you from our exclusive fabrics in
our accustomed superior style. We
guarantee a perfect fit always. The
wearer of a suit made by as baa
always the satisfaction of feeling
himself perfectly dressed.
CHAS. J. CIZEK
51S Main Street
NEW YOKK, Sept. 2. China,, for
centuries the unprogrcsslvo nation
whose glory was In tho past, Is forg
ing ahead In business ways that re
mind one of aggressive American
progress, William I', llancker, gen
eral purchasing agent of tho West
ern Electric company, declared hero
today in a resume of trade investi
gations he had .made during sis
months' tour ot the world.
China presents a most tortile
Held for American enterprises," ho
said. "Despite, an occasional mili
tary effort by some small minority,
that nation Is a hive of Industry.
I-abor seems plentiful and, what Is
moro Important, cheap. In fact thn
latter feature. Is so truo that capital
has a clear way for productive plans
and new fields of effort.
''Tho Chlnoso buslncsx men, es
pecially thoso who have been educat
ed abroad, are adopting American
and British methods mid nro forcing
alieall. Kxchange Is working to tho
advantage of China because of the
frlse In valuo of sllvor bullion, which
works to the benefit of the big repub
lic In Its position In other countries."
India', ancient land of mystery, al
so Is making big strides commercial
ly, with Americans there as In other
far eastern territory laying founda
tions for futuro trade, Mr. llancker
said.; The Hindoo Is beginning to
make himself an Important factor In
business and political circles, ho con
"It Is remarnablo how tho avoraga
Asiatic as a result of foreign educa
tional processes seems to bo losing
his reputation for self-effacing con-
iWvatlsm. Today you And him In
positions of Importance, competing
with all sorts of foreign conditions."
Reverting to China, Mr. llancker
"One fact that Americans havo to
their advantage In China Is tho boy
cott which exists against Japaneso
and Qerman relations. The Combin
ed Chinese Chambers of Commerce
liuve gone on record as declaring a
10-year boycott against Cormnny
and because of racial differences It
Is very Improbahlo whether Japan
will ever get, a really strong fool
bold. Australia baa been quick to
Jump Into this broach and U now
supplying quantities of foodstuffs
which tho Chinese uso, but If wo can
promise any kind of a delivery and
that Is tho really Important condi
tion which evory one abroad is In
sisting upon nowadays, wo should
have no trouble In establishing Arm
"There Is a certain sales pbychul
ogy which must be remembered
when donllng with tho Chinaman
and that Is his respect for tradition.
One foreign Importer found himself
unable for a lltno to dlsposo of a
shipment of fruits which camo In
yellow colored cans, yellow being as
sociated In .China with death, while
on the other band It has Men found
that goods cloaked In red, tho sym
bol of luck oro In eager demand."
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Shoit art ptitti
Comfortable as No. 439, expresses our ideal
of foot ease. A brawny blucher in jrunmetal
,calf. with roomy toe and 'substantial sole-
here are fit, style and service combined. Foot troubles
vanish when No. 439 is worn. Not a clumsy shoe
not a homely shoe. It's a sixty-year-old shoe if we
count the experience that has perfected it and brought
it up to date.
For Sale by
BRADLEY-EVANS SHOE CO.
727 Main St
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