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....j-vi.-r X& fKl 1A f Th lfc'l '' x,c if .;.. " atn . T " Th Evening Herald W. O. SMITH. Editor FaM-ked dally went Sunday bt ImM Publishing Company of FaRa. at lit Fourth street Bbtared at tho postofflce at Klamath FaRa. Oregon, tor transaction through tfe malls aa aacoDd-ctaaa Batter. ftifcecrlfUoa terma by nail to any ttraaa ta the Called States t Om year M-OO Oh meat -K FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918 BcraJd's Classified Advs. HELP WANTED 0WWWW0WW0 WANTED Good milker at Klamath Falls Dairy; good wage.. Phono 49. Ml WOMAN WANTS work ns cook or sec ond cook in camp. Inquire Nevada rooming house, 53C Main street ?-6t FOR RENT FOR RENT Pasture for several thousand head of stock in lower Klamath Marsh. See A. A. Mehaffey, 411 Main at., Klamath Falls. 16-tf FOIl SALE FOR SALE Two heaters nnd pipe; sanitary couch; 2 bedsteads; 3 springa; 2 stand tables. Mrs. O. rey tea,' 630 Market street 10-.t FOR SALE Furniture complete for S-room house, and chickens; cheap for cash. See W. T. Murphy, Milts Addition. fXSl FOR'SALE Wicker baby buggy, good aa aew. Phone 383M. 9-3t FOR 8ALE Young Jersey milch cow and heifer calf. 951 Rose st. 9-2t FOR SALE Fine Terchcron stallion, named Shamrock, 4 years, 1,700 lbs.; licensed. Apply Joe Dervan, ranch, Merrill road. 6-Gt FOR SALE A 4-room plastered house on easy terms. Call at 2136 Want land ave.. Mills Addition. 64t MISCELLANEOUS TO EXCHANGE Beautiful Klamath Falls residence for small farm near 9. T. WARD CO IS Maia Street ORPHEUS THEATER THE ETERNAL MOTHER" A trentct Metro Wonderplay SbUme Devotion, starring superb Ethel Barrymore Fifth Episode of "THE FIGHTING TRAIL" Admission 10c and 15c of UY A HOME Price, are going up, but these are rail bargains: Four ream house and big lot on Jahnaen avenue for $690 cash. Three room house and corner lot on Jtfferaen street for $750, on very easy Four room modern home on Pine etroet, for only $2,190, on tarme. Ix room house on Oak avsnua for $1,700, on terms. Ix room modern house and big lot n Ninth atreet for only $2,450. Three room house and corner lot In eeend Hot Springs for only $900. Several good lota on pavement at ynrt low prices. Chllcete, $33 Main 8L 9 The First American Life Insurance Co." Investigate the new 1918 pol Mm of Tho Mutual Life of N. Y., notb lit better. Geo. C. Ulrlcb, district auuuger, office over First State Bank. SH OO YOUR HEELS RUN OVERT This Is a symptom of threatened Arch trouble. Your feet need spe cial attention. Our Foot Ex port has atudled the anatomy of the foot, and can relieve your foot troubles with shoe with ahosa B card I jl me Jj)W that fit and with Wiiard Foot Appliances. Coma him. MM Si sB-kv 4 r W Of m 5 Kj3Ej tSW FORMER RESIDENT MAKES i GOOD AT TRAINING CAMP Archibald Y. Tlmlnll, who was for two years Identified with the Evening Herald, nnd who Inter operated the Orpheus theater In Klamath Palls, hus. Just been graduated from tho Third officers (mining camp nt Leon Spring-. Port Stanley, Texas. He I now listed as eligible for an appointment as sec ond lieutenant. WARSHIP SINKS SUBMARINE ATLANTIC TOUT, May 10. Tim sinking of n Gorman submnrliitf by a shot from n United States warship, which lifted the submarine clear out of the water and broke It In two. Is' reported .by officers of a ship on Its tu rival here today, Because of the cunncr's line work tho crew was given an additional ten da)' furlough. ' I PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOHN C. CLKGIIOHN County Surveyor Civil Engineer City & County Abstract Co. ARTIIUP- It. WILSON 517 Main St. FARM LOANS AT M PER CENT FLAT HOIGIITALING & DtU'GAN ' Architects anil Engineer S0J-S Henry Building WK FINANCE YOU Phone Main S72.1. Portland, Ore. DR. HAUL G. WISKCAKVnn DENTIST Office, Rooms 7 nnd 8, White ItulldJng DR. F. R. GODDARD Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon Suite Stl, I. O. O. F. Temple (over K. K. K. Store) Phone 3.1 . . Res. I'houe, t8R (The only Osteopathic Physi cian and Surgeon in Klamath Falls.) KATHKItlNE SCIILEKF, M. D. Physician anil Surgeon White Bldg, in Dr. Hamilton's office Office hours 9:30 to 12m., 1:36 to 5 p. m. Night calls promptly attended to W. D. MILLER Cement Contractor Walks, Floors, Foundations. Con crete Building Blocks, Flues and Tiles. 232 S. Sixth St. Phone 29.1 H OUSTON' Metropolitan Amutcratnt s HOUSTON OPERA HOUSE DARK STAR THEATER Artcraft Pictures Corp. Present Blllle Burk in "THE (LAND OF PROMISE" Also a laughable 2-Rcel Keystone Comedy TEMPLE THEATER William A. Mooney and Robert Boiling Present the most lemarkable photo play of the year, "HATE" A wonderfully humane story with n forvld appeal to mothers. Based on a themo of pre-natal Inttuonco. Also Charlie Chaplin In "BEHIND THE SCREEN" ADMISSION 10c aand 15c MERRILL OPERA HOUSE MOTION 1'ICTL'ItES TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS MerrUL Oregon HWelUR 0. S. TROOPS CXACT NUMDER NOT GIVEN, BUT PUDLIC IS ASSURED THAT PRE. DICTION OF JANUARY HAS BEEN SURPASSED t WASHINGTON. IX C May 10. The t'nltcd State now has more than half a million lighting men In Prance, ac cording to an otllclal statement of the highest authority. In lino with provl om indications by tho authorities of the war department that troops were being rushed across the Atlantic with all possible speed, Mr. llaker now de clares that his January prediction ns to the transports has been surpassed.) A to the exact number nnd variety! of men now In the field, he would give no Information, and asked that the B WATER i Press refrain from speculating as lopn"ous ami sunury regular, recall ami the numbers abroad. It l believed from his Interview that the men nrv all properlv equipped before being sent across. ! Secretary IUkcr'.s statement fol lews: "In Jnnuary I told the senate com mittee that there was strong likeli hood that early In the present year 100.000 American troops would be dis patched to Prnnce. I cannot either I now or perhaps later discuss the num I bir of American troops In Franco; but I nm glad to be able to say that jthe forecast I made In January 'has I been surpassed." Some fine motor-dilven horns at $.' each. Telford Bros. Oarage. 10 All kinds of Army Shoes at Ctf K. K. K. STORE. LKGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF POUNDMASTER'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned, poundmaster of tbo City of Klamath Palls, Oregon, did, on the 30th day of April, 191S take up and Impound In the pound of raid city, tho following described animals: One brown mare, about 9 years old, weight nbout 700 pounds, snip on noso, brand GK on left shoulder. Ono brown horse about 8 years old. weight about S00 pounds, brand G on left hip, hind feet white. One brown stud nbout 3 years old. weight about 1.100 pounds, strlpo in! race, hind feet white, no brand visible. Ono sorrel mare about C jenra old. weight nbout 700 pounds, stripe In face, brand HA on right hip. And Hint unless tho owner or own ers of said animals, or other person or persons luivlng nn Interest therein shall,, bcroro tho time of salo stated, below, claim possession of said nnl- mals and pay nil costs nnd charges forj tho-keeping nnd ndvertlslne thereof. together with all fees provided by or dlnnnco of snld city for such cases, wild anlmnls will be sold at putllc auc tion for cash at the city iound, South Thhd street, nt tho hour of 3 p. m., on the 11th dny of May, 1918. 20-3 H. s. WILSON. Poundmaster. Dated nt Klamath Tails, Oregon, May 8, 1918. g-3t Main niitl Seventh Phone MB DR. CLAYTON E WHEELER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Hplmil Treatment Specialist In chronic diseases. Examination and consultation fret Largost X-Ray laboratory In Southorn Oregon. Latest electrical appliances that are now used In the curing of disease. KEEP YOUR IN SHOE OLISHES PRESERVE THE WttllKllllftSMiSmS&imSSSSKtKtK THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH i liimOTiniOttLWSiiFF IN TEN YEARS BARED IN FILM LiiuLfinnnniu I Ull IlLrilf in 1 1 1 the tuthlesanees of German war nieth-l an iiiBfau I COUNTY CLERK DEPUTY GET SYSTEM OF PREPARING AL LOTS AND SUPPLIES FOR VOT ERS "DOWN PAT" I tVputy County Clerk Charles F. De 1-ap Is the otllclal champion election preparer, who Is now in position to meet ay comers from the bantam to the heavyweight class. Oatch-ns-calch. can, running start, or any old rules to govern the contest. Charles Is now In position to set n pace that will open the o)c of contestants or spectators. Por the last ten years ho has, Unas- sNted, prepared tho blank'' nnd looked after the endless details of sending tho supplies to the different precincts of the county. With Klamath County's xi'ocUl elections, the number has now rw,ch, olghteen. nnd while lnl nn " ,loubl rkl a hardship m-puyem oi ine couniy, u nas T I. ...... ... ... ..I ., a-. been the means of getting the prep aration down to an exact sclenco on the part of the deputy clerk. OFFICERS ELECTED BY WEED LUMBER CO. SAN FRANCISCO, May 10. At the annual meeting of the Weed Lumber , company, held Tuesday of this week. ;U. A. Ixng was elected vice president . to succeed S. O. Johnson, who Is now 1 with the army In Pinnce. J The otllcers ami directors for the en- Milng year are ns follews: K. II. Cox president; It. A. iAing, vice president: Herbert Plelshhncker. Albert Schwab- ncher, W. S. Dav Is. S. O. Johnson nnd A. P. Morrison, with the foregoing di rectors. A. K. Tillman was re-elected secretary. CHARIVARI i LA8T NIGHT J Alex McDonald, who was married In c n ico, uaiir., on April 23d, arrived last night. Getting news of this fact, a large number of his friends gathered In tho cxenlng and a charharl was giv en for their benefit. A dne lime Is re ported by those present. The new 1918 policies of the Travel ers are up-to-date In every way, and they cost less than othtre. -Sea Chll- cote. o "American Bova'" Shoea at $3.50 to $5.00, at It BRADLEY SUPPLY CO. The Third Liberty Loan drive la over, but the War and Thrift Itimo drive lasts the whole year. Ask Chll. cote about them. Ladles' Trench and Sport Hata at Ctf K. K. K. STORE. Ladles' up-to-dato- shoe shining par lors, r,31 Main. Bucks, suede, olse, etc., a specialty. Courteous treatment 2G-lra Ladles' Outing-Wear at Ctf K. K. K. STORE. SHOES NEAT LEATHER FALL8, OREGON The will hack of Germany's war and the tuthlesaneas of German war meth ods wilt be brought home to cllltons of Klamath County aa never before, when "Tho Kaiser, Beast of Derlln," ia show n at the Star theater, In this city on Tueeoay ami weunesoay, may Tt, dr.w for u, (-., which and IS. New York aaw tho film only I ..... . a few woeka ago. and New York went," Mn " ,no m "' wlldVllh excitement and patriotic en- ' Woman's Relief Corps fur tho ben thuslasm. while the American Defense "lit of the Hod Ciohs, will bo held nt J A S ' ' Society endorsed It as the most power ful piece of patriotic production that has been brought out since America entered the war. In this aeven reel super-production, with Rupert Julian playing in the role of the kaiser, audiences will see the private life and character of the auto crat, with all his mad vanities and am bitions and cruel selfishness, laid mer cilessly bare. They will sre In n torlflc review, the massacre and sack of Louvaln, and they will see German ruthlessness at work In Belgium, even as It hopes some day to be at work In America. They will see the decoration of tho knlser placed on I'nptaln von Nelgle, commander of the U-boat that sunk the Lusltanln, and will see how the cap tain went mad with remorse over the crime he was ordered to commit by Europe's "man with a withered soul." All of the scenes nnd episodes, up to the entry of America into the war, are historically accurate, and the words of V! l 2ti!i- 1 1 s Extra! IS CODING Direct to STAR THEATER-Tues., WeA, May 14-15 .o. -.v.wn. r-AT Tha Picture that made Tha P e ure that will make 100,000,000 fighting, clawing Americana. Tha P eture that will make you thankful that you live In tho U. . A. Tho Picture that will awaep Amarlca from end to and. Tha Picture that jammed New York'a Broadway th.st.r to auffoeatlon. Tha Picture that Sat Boston and Chicago wild. the kaiser In tho piny nro correct quo tntloits of hi actual utterance. In connection with the pietent blK drive In France, and the Liberty Loun work, the picture niniumcn u now In terent, and Mlvi1' one an eupeclully vivid glimpse of tho iiutunl fuices against which America Im hi rayed In thlit war for fieedom front the curse of autocratic ambition, DRAWING FOR ROOSTER TOMORROW BVENINQ imiu oinr mriimr luiiiuiiuw imkiii, n large number of tickets hnvii been sold, iin.l II I .... ml..l llml lli.ir.. will I... considerable sport nt the drawing. Klamath Lodge No. 137, 1. O. O. F.,' meets Friday night. II. F, Kall. V. O., Nate Otterbeln, Hncretary. i Kwaunajincanipmont No. 46, I, O. O. F., niee'te Tuesday night. W. A. Masten, C. P., Nate Otterbeln Scrlbef A Itegulnr communications Klamath Lodge No, 77, A. F. A A. M., second Monday of each month. A. R. Uavltt. W. M, I.KT MK MAKE YOl'H NEXT SUIT PERFECT KIT Hlghrat tirade of Workmanship GUARANTEED Spring Woolens on Display. Your Inspection Invited. Gias. J. Cizek Hnrreaaor to lirwe lima. MERCHANT TAILOR Bl Main St. t-WVJ ramcp Cm O HDjmflMt rtnimwrmx wT-va CX -Tfcb3MB,n- ViePhotopIazi lhatmade NevtYork Cheer like mad WILL MAKE YOUR BLOOD BOIL WITH New York stand un a k... iil. .- lna IDAV,MAVlo,t1 Hard Headed Business Men w among ,lr ,rr. lm tomera. 'Ilimo Ua rewo,. W Ml IIIMlllr R.HNI.. Wlm,.,,-,, I you wlllalnn). Rftrmlan, vlroaiul wivir. K. Sugarm an KssHHH4 K. AUTO LIVERY Prion 52J 412 8. SIXTH IT. '4&mmttHii WOOD ORDER A YEAR'S SUPPLY OF GREEN SLAB Now, and have thm dry an. us. de cover early In the fill. We alto h.ndle Body, Limb and Dlock Wood, Cosl and Full Oil. ' Klnmnth Fuel Company Fifth nnd Main IImim lltR He docs not worry, for h prttstts himself and family with firs, lift aM accident Insurance. Ott a atllty from Chllcete. RACE Special Prices iil 25c50c it n Early Bird Sayt X O era ca &. ??'& .alW !'(i