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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1918)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, ( EVKaON
Practical Gifts for Men
Men Like Practical Gifts, Sometliing Useful and
Substantial, Will Appeal to Father, Husband, Brother
What could be more pleasing and express better judgement 'tfonn a fine Overcoat, and
now is the time to make your selection, while we have every coat in the store on sale.
See what substantial savings you can make on Good Coats.
Any $50.00 Overcoat
Any $45.00 Overcoat
Any $37.50 Overcoat
Any $35.00 Overcoat
Any $32.50 Overcoat
Any $30.00 Overcoat
Any $27.50 Overcoat
Any $25.00 Overcoat
Any $22.50 Overcoat
Any $20.00 Overcoat
Hundreds of other articles of Wearing Apparel that will appeal and please the men
folks at Xmas, ready for your inspection and selection at the IVfeiVs Greater Xmas Store
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MEMBERSHIP DRIVE OLENE MAN WOULD
FOR RED CROSS ON HANG PRESIDENT
And all- ear ploaiiirr. If jou make
this year's Christmas Gift a celebrat
ed Lynn & Mealy Piano. The term
are ski convenient.
l'.ed riaiim 8105 up.
Shepherd Piano Depot
Xoxt Door to Postoffice.
Workers thruout Klamath '"njn
ty as well as the reM of the. country
have started oat today to enroll n
new list of Red Cros members for
the coming year. The campaign hero
has been thoroly planned by Chair
man George Walton, and It Is expect
ed that In view of what has already
been done by this wonderful organ
ization and the tremendous task
ahead In the stricken nations (if
Europe ,a most generous response-
will be made. Klamath County ha
a record to be proud of in every Ited
Cross campaign carried on here, and
this record will probably be uphel I
during the coming days. As has
been announced, there will lie mi
drive fur funds in the spring, as lias
been the case in the past, and tliu
funds which arc raised will bo raised
by the membership drive now on. It
is expected that 50,000,000 men and
women in the L'nitcd States will en
roll as members of the llejl Cross dur
ing this drive.
PORTLAND. Dec I -Mrs llnr
riot Marshall and Mm 11 C Tipton
government witnesses, testified ho
foro Federal Judge Wolvertnn Hint
they had heard Harry IinliT. ranch
er of Olenu, Klamath County, say a
rope should be put around Prusldetit
Wilson's neck, and hit should lie
hanged for allowing the I'nlted
States to go to war with Germany
Letnler is being tried on four counts
of an Indictment charging him with
i violation of the espionage art
Jesse Patterson, n 17-year-old boy,
I testified that he had heard I.emler
tell Francis Urotherton to arm him
self-and get plenty of ammunition
nnd urge other boys of draft uge to
assist him to evade the draft law
! HELD YESTERDAY
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The funeral serviieb of Mr and
Mrs. Albert E, Klder were held es
torday afternoon nt the Whltlock
chapel, on Sixth and Pine streets, the
services being of a private nature.
Tho pallbearers were representatives
of the Masonic Lodge, of which Mr.
Klder was un active munilicr. Inter
ment was made at the local cemetery
Pyralln Ivory in sets and Indlvld
:ual plecos Prices to meet every
4 16-lt STAR DRUG CO
Mot appropriate end acceptable sifts for the imall folks in
homes of culture and refinement. A ttorehoute of tales to tell,
covering the entire range of child intercit and understanding.
An ever-prcn-nt answer to the demand for "jut another story."
Some of the titles are:
TELL ME ANOTHER STORY WORTH WHILE STORIES
STORIES CHILDREN NEED FIRELIGHT STORIES
FOR THE CHILDREN'S HOUR MOTHER STORIES
ONCE UPON A TIME ANIMAL STORIES
MORE MOTHER STORIES
ALL ABOUT JOHNNIE JONES
No other preirnU can cive such continued pleatura and
profitable inttruction to children.
. KLAMATH FALLS OREGON TrS I
Xmas Store In the "Smoke Shop "
Get your sensible presents beforo It
Is too late. 14-L't
Gift Stationery and greeting cards.
Dig line at
, 16-lt STAR DRUG CO.
Mate jou noticed how (heap jou
ran buy a good oiercoat at tho big
sale at tho
6-tf K. K. K. HTOIIK.
Do your Christmas shopping even
ings at the Star Drug Co Store ojcri
until 9 p m 16-11
mi:;o.v cam'aktv i.i.st
Killed in .Ulloi'
Lieutenant Albert A I. ami) Donald
iiii:i op worxns
I'U l.e Is C Dleterlch. Tilinalo Or
Pvt. Pvt Wyvra W. JoIiiihoii. We t
Died of DUi-iff
I'vl. Henry S. Schaile, Kiigone
Pvt Albert Il.Paylor North M id
Pvt. Robert Terry, Carletmi
Pvt. Loo G Calavan, Portland
Pvt. John W. Mlddletor.. t)"go
l.'eiit Thomas II lloyd, I'or'l.in I
Pvt Jeme R. Cotton, Gra"elVrd
IM. Arthur 'P. Campbell, llnk.-r
I'M. Ilaiold E, Curtis. Itoiohitrg
Pt Lloyd Wood, Kiigenn
Pvt. Ilnrrlson N I'hllllp, Gr.iili
IM. William M. Murphy, Salem
Wounded, Degree (Vilefi'i-mliii'd
Pvt. Chan. G. Mllner, Nysvj
Pvt Thomas II, Darker, Mr nwi.-vl.le,
1 t. York W, Hammond, Oregon City
Llent. Alfred B. Kinney, Utorl.i
Corp. Craig Wilkinson, Hood Klwr
Cook Joseidi 11, Hellmer, La "rn.do
Pvt. Elmer Loonoy, llalnos.
Pvt. Rudolph A. Anderson, Portland
Pvt. Albert T. Todd, West Linn
Before Christmas Sale
Free Toys With Your Purchases
A sale of merchandise suitable for Christinas gifts; also many lines of mer
chandise that you will need now and later.
Wc arc going to reduce prices now, so you can make your dollars go further
for Christmas purchases. Usually it is the custom to wait until after Christ
mas before reducing prices, so this sale should meet with the approval of all.
who have purchases to make, us it will enable you to make a substantial sav
ing, and perhaps you can buy a few presents that you thought you would be
Wc are'also going to give free toy with nil nurrbn.n. follews: For
every dollar you spend we will allow you 10 cents to apply on any toy you
wish. For every $10, we will allow you $1 ,and the same proportion for small
er or greater amounts.
All Women's Coats and Suits Reduced
The comments made by customers visiting our Cloak Department have been
very flattering as to style and values, so you will be assured of the latest styles
at our reduced prices, the rarest of bargains.
Reg. $18.50 Coats, Sale Price $15.95
Reg. $22.50 Coats, Sale Price $19.75
Reg. $25.00 Coats, Sale Price $19.75
Reg. $30.00 Coats, Sale Price $22.75
Reg. $35.00 Coats, Sale Price $21.75
Reg. $40.00 Coots, Sale Price $29.75
Reg. $45.00 Coats, Sale Price $3 1.75
Reg. $50.00 Coats, Sale Price $38.75
Reg. $60.00 Coats, Sole Price $48.75
All Suits Greatly Reduced
Reg. $20.00 Suits, Sole Price $15.95
Reg. $25.00 Suits, Sale Price $13.75
Reg. $30.00 Suits, Sale Price $22.75
Reg. $35.00 Suits, Sole Price $2G,75
Reg. V),00 Suits, Sole Price $29.75
PACK OF SLEUTHS
Gift stationery, largo lino to select
GUARD FORMER RULER !i,bi' ncw ,""'"5"B nn" "r,c'',
t I 16-lt STAfl DKUG CO
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
LONDON, Dec. 1 6 Several scorn
of detectives, the pick of former Em
peror William's force of sleuths at
Potsdam, arc utaylng at Amoronjen.
shadowing every movement of llerr
Hohenzollern, according to the
Amerongcn correspondent of tho K-
I press, who claims to liavo talked with
Bomo of these men Horr Holioruol
lern is said to bo in constant dread of
bomb throwers and other aHsasslnii,
and always carries a umall rovolvr
Tho former omporor's suito and de
tectives have added at least 10i to
tho population of tho village of Amor
on gen, the correspondent Htatca,
Keml jour mall order to K. K. K.
Store for ChrlfttmiiM kooiIh or nn
tiling In .Clothing uml Fooliwur.
Tliry guarantee ttntiftfnrtloii mid pay
nil postiigi) mil rxprcNH lnirK'. Gtf
Mill-fold and card raxex
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Queen Quality Shoes at Reduced Prir.cs
The Queen Quality Shoe is universally known as one of the best makes of
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I V. l -. uiai is nucsasary is to inform you that we have re
duced the prices on this favorite shoe for the Christmas sale.
Our stock of Queen Quality Shoes consicta of many beautiful lines, in
grays field mouse, browns, tans and black, in kid end calf; also a beautiful
line of black patents and combinations. Sizes run from 2'2 to 8 in AA to E.
All $ 6.50 Queen Quality Shoes $5.25 All $ 8.50 Queen Quality Shoes $7.25
All $ 7.50 Queen Quality Shoes $6.25 H f!2"22 8""" Ji"!! c!10"8 MMi
All $12.50 Queen Quality Shoes $y.oo
Special chowing of Silk Hose to match the above shoes, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75.
Men's Suils, Mackinaw Coals and Overcoats All Reduced
Men's $25.00 Overcoats now $19.65
Men's $18.00 Suits now. $H25
Men's $20.00 Suits now $1'25
Men's $25.00 Suits now . $19-85
Men's $12.50 Mackinaws now $10.00
Men's $14.50 Mackinaws now $12.85
Men'n $18.50 Overcoats now $14.95
Men's $20.00 Overcoats now $16.85
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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In brick building, corner Third
and Main, lBIlt"
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Third und Muln. I'hono 31!) J -a ,1
J. F. Maguire Co., Inc.