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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OR1GON
THURSDAY, BmRIIMR , IMN
KUraath Falls Cyclery
We handle the best is oar line,
such as Motorcycles, Dloycjes,
Parts and Accessories, Goodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tires
and Tubes. The house of the
two and three wheelers, includ
ing Barley-Davidson Service.
Loomls Bid. KlamaUi FaUs
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7ie phonograph that is fea
tured in Vaudeville 9s strangest act
Perhaps you've seen itr-Siffnor million dollars to perfect. Our
Friscoe's "Magic" Xylophone instrument is also an exact
It's the hit of vaudeville's
O? T1 4 n a
aignor r nscoe s magic is an
duplicate of this famous three
million dollar original. We
guarantee it to be able to give
the same marvelous Re-
Official Laboratory Model of Creations of music, which
the New Edison. We have one sfenor Friscoe's Official Labor
exactly like it atory Model gives in vaudeville.
Signor Friscoe's instrument is Come in and test the astonish-
an exact duplicate of the origi- ing realism of this instrument
nal Official Laboratory Model, for yourself in Mr. Edison's
which cost Mr. .Edison three Realism Test.
" The Phonotraph with m Sul"
You've read how the New Kdion lias proved
Hi perfect realUin. Four thounand tests have
been (riven, in which more than 50 different
artists compared their art with its IU
Cseatiom by the New Kditon. Leading
newspapers conmlnl tliat titers was uo dif
ference between tho two.
Has nny one suggesta! to you that these
companion tests are faked" that the
artist imitates the New Kdifcon f
Signor Friscoe's perfonnance make such an
assertion positively ridiculous. Every week,
20,000 people see his hammers ripple over
the xvlophone keys. Suddenly he holds them
The rippling music continues.
Slowly, the gorgeous curtains of the hack
.drop part The audience gasps. The New
Edition stand) revealed. It luu taken up
Signor Friscoe's performance, and is now
Hk-Crkatiko it alone. The effect of Uiis
extraordinary magic ran rest upon only one
f.ict: No one can distinguish any difference
between Signor Priscoe. s performance and
its Kf.-Cukation by the New luluon. Signor
Priscoo could not poibly imitate the New
Ellison, because the xylophone can not be
made to imitate any other instrument, so as
to deceive its hearers.
Signor Friscoe's act is not an Edison enter,
prise. He has simply been clever enough
to use the. New Edison for what it b worth.
Why don't you?
The price of the New Edison has increased
less than 18 since 1914. This include
the War Tax.
Mr. Edison has staved off price advances
by personally absorbing more than half of
the increased cost of manufacture.
Because of the exceptionally high quality
of materials and workmanship demanded
by the Edison Laboratories, and the con
tinued scarcity of both, it may be necessary
to advance prices. But rest assured that
this will not occur, unless Mr. Edison is
forced to it
Our Budget Flan tho thrift way of spend
ing will help you buy now.. Let us tell
you about it
KLAMATH FALLS MUSIC HOUSE
Geo. A. Wirtz, Prop.
Sixth St, Between Main and Klamath Klamath Falls
SILTS FINE FOR
We eat too much meat which clogs
Kidneys, then the Hack
Most folks forget that tho kid
neys, llko the bowels, get sluggish
and clogged and nood a flushing oc
casionally, olso wo have backacho
and dull mlsory In the kidney ro
glon, sevore headaches, rhoumatlc
twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach,
aleoplessness and all sorts of blad
You simply must keep your kid
neys 'active and clean, and the mo-
mont you fool an actio or pain In the
kldnoy ronton, get about four ounces
of Jad Rails from any good 'drug
store hero, take a tablespoonful In
a glass of water before breakfast
for a fow days and your kidneys will
act fine, This famous salts Is made
from tlio ncld of grapes and, lemon
Julco, combined with llthla, and la
harmless to flush clogged kidneys
and stimulates them to normal activ
ity. It also neutralises the acids In,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Baits is harmless; inexpen
sive; mukos a dollghtful effervescent
llthla-wutor drink which everybody
should tnko now and then to keep
thoir kidneys clean, thus avoiding
A well- known local druggist says
he sells lots of Jad Salts to folks
who believe in overcoming kidney
trouble while It is only trouble.
I MONTKttKY, Mexico, Aug. 12.
(Hy Mull,) General Jesus Ouajer
do, wlio treachorously tricked and
slew tho wily robot leader, KmJIIano
iZaputs, hlmsolf fall a victim of do-
,'ccptlon when ho was captured by
'government troops and executed
hero July 18 last, Tho tnlo of his
latent anil lout adventure In thus told
Thirteen months ago (lunjnrdo, a
rolimul In Curronza's army, atlncknd
'a dutnehment of hs own faction's
troop's killed nnd wounded several
of them nnd convinced Znpata that
'tin had a now adherent. Then, an
Zapata, greeted him In nnitcv he
(hod ordered bin men to II ro on Za
pnta and tho noted robot chief was
blown out of his saddle, ilcnd.
1 To reward this act, Carranzu made
'thn duuhlo dealer a genoral, and a
llttlo over a year later ho turned up
on hhi henofaclor and Joined 'tho sue
cvMful ravolutlon of Ohrcgon and de
I After many misgivings they ac
cepted him as a genoral In. tho now
'army, and gavo him tho command of
a brlgada and ho started for Torreon
on a campaign against Villa. While
onrouto ho stopped his train, as
sembled his regimental commanders
and explained that ho had resolved
"not to recognize" the de la Huerta
'regime any longer but to go Into the
field for tho newest revolution and
Join Ozuna, Itlcardo (lonzalcs and
thn others fighting to tho eastward
around Monterey. But several
colonels, his chief of staff and half
his command deserted him.
Finally Gualardo abandoned the
trains and started to march for the
mountains of Keuvo Leon. Boon he
learned that Amaro, leaving the
chain of Villa for the time, was on
his track and that the risings around
Monterey had been failures. The
remnant of bis command melted
away under attacks of government
troopa until there remained only one
faithful colonel and an orderly.
Dressed In civilian clothes, Gen
ersl Guajardo hid In the home of a
relative In Monterey.
Meanwhile Colonel Antonio Cano,
one of Guajardo's colonels who bad
abandoned him, bad been captured
by federal troops, taken to Monterey
and released there. Next day Colonel
Cano called at the house whote Iu
Jardo was hiding to visit the owner
who also was his relative. To bis
surprise ho found there his late
commander, General Guajardo, who
asked him not to reveal bis where
abouts. Cano, however, revealed
Guajardo's biding place, an order
for his arrest was Issued and with
several other colonels Cano was sent
to executo It.
Cano was again admitted to see
Guajardo and pretended to untold to
him plans for tho future While
they wcro talking the federal
colonels entered and arrested Gua
jardo. He was taken a prisoner to
the state penitentiary.
Orders camo from Mexico City
'directing that be should be tried by
(Courtmkirtlal which was done that
flight, July 17. With practically no
idefenso to offer, ho was found guilty,
,the scntenco was approved by Gener
al of Division Eugenlo Martlnex at
Monterey and early In the morning
Genoral Jesus Gilajardo stepped out
of his quarters In the old barracks at
the Plaza do Armas, where he' had
hbocn tried and said farewoll to a. few
faithful friends. Then ho stepped In
front of tho firing squad and paid
iwlth his llfo tho final penalty of his
treachery to tho now government.
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DR. O. A. RAMBO
L O. O. F. Ralkttag
J. O. CLEGHORN
Civil Kagtaees and Surveyor
Office S17 Mala St
Phenes: Ofloe IN, Rea. itSJ
umce rnone 177W Kes 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Hargeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
LIVERPOOL, Aug. 10, (Dy Mall.)
About 2,000 formor sorvlco men
horo aro protesting against tho em
ployment of barmaids in the city's
hotels and public bouses.
When a deputation waited on the
committee of the Liverpool Drawers
and Spirits Merchants Association,
ono of the men stated that If tho bar
maids did not give place to service
mon action would be taken as would
forco the women out.
There are about 2,000 barmaids
employed In Liverpool,
A Ctaattlad Ad Will Mil It
O. K. FEED SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged;
Dr. E. a Wiaccarvsr
Dr. P. M. Need
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
, Office and Residence
J. O. O. F. Temple
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rooms 1 aad 1
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SOTMSOV
L O. O. V. TlBllillas
Resident White Pelitaa Hotel
Residence Phone t.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAKREN HUNT HSWlTAIt
Day Phase, 47 NlgM
SAW MUX ENGINEHRINa
KJada m sajstJsl astaatr
MVT If sTIssaasli In,
PARIS, Aug. 9. (Dy Mall.)
,"Lourn Gorman" Is tho advice for-
auor 1'rosldent 1'olncaro has given
the French through tho Association
of Lunguago Professors. He said:
"To dominate German sclenco we
must understand It. And to main
tain the Independence or the super
iority of our literature we must not
lose our eyes to foreign literatures,
not oven that of Germany."
M. I'olncare said German must be
known by those who undertake the
administration of the occupied reg
ions and also to restore French to its
.proper place in Alsace Lorraine.
Army officers recently were urged
to learn German. The government
bos reinstated that language in the
officers, training schools.
All the. cork used in the world in
a year weighs little more than one
thousand two hundred tons.
Slx'of the great glaciers of Green
land yearly deliver Into the sea four
square mtfles of Ice 1,000 feet thick,
- mmA lulll... a MS.
exm saw Basse, ssssuast ssssi aaa
t. kaa plaata. Dredges THe drivta
asBSSsdJ VPsF W
OtOee Oaes.SfsjM astd Oak
KX-8KRVICB MKN, ATTKNTION!
The ragnlar meettnge
of Klamath Post No. t,
American Legion, will ha
held at S o'clock a. as., at
the City Hall la Klamath Fall, on
the second aad fonrth Taeadaya of
each month. All Comrades are la-
Thoosi Aealrlac to tola tha Poet
may secure application blanks tram
O. K. Van Rtaar, Fred Nleholaoa, or
T. H. Caraahan. an ot Kiamata rau.
FRHD NICHOLSON. Seeretary.
I asa aaw areaaradU faralafe
Shasta Band-treat-the Haajr, Caat,
sand aad naval aR. ha 'any aaaadty
hat may ha desired hy eaatraetatr
The only place where you
can get help aad the only
place where you can get a
1034 MAIN ST.
C E. STUCKEY
ReGlazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
PHONE 154 '
Corner Main and Conger
lOaaaath Lodge Nw 131
Meets Friday night ot each week at
i. o. u. '. nan. Bin and Main streets.
H. H. Ogle. N. O.; W.'C. Wells, Sec
rotary; W.D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, I. O.
O. F., meets Tuesday' night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Harry
Loncks, C. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe;
Fred Bueslng, Treasurer.
Prasayt Service aad Reasoaahla
Ratas; also Special Rates oa Oat
of Towa Trias
GILT EDGE BUTTER 65c
Parity Brand Ice Cream (Oc qt.
Fresh Ranch Egga 60c doi.
Milk1 Cream and Full Cream Cheese
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
THE ARCADE HOTEL
leas-sd MAIN ST.
The place with home eomforta,
cleaallaeas, plenty ot-freak air
aad ao Inside rooms
Everything new from top a
bottom aad rates to aseet yew
DR. a A. MASSEY
reutk aad Ptaa Sta.
la Warm Haat HiaaHal
Off. Paean 417 9m.