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FRIDAY. FKIIHUARV 7, llitli
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TheEventng Herald I A jy
,1. M v II II A V
n..nrv n Walthall, who will bo
" ppon at ttio Liberty Theatre Saturday
Published dally orepl Sunday by ,lfll .. ,i ,vnnlnc In the .-crlmilna
I no iicrnni i-ii utisiimir . omiiaiiy ih
Klainnlh Falls, nt tlfi Fourth street
Entered nt tho postofllco at Klnm
nth Fulls, Ore . for transmission thru
tho (nails nH second-class mnttor.
Subscription terms by mnfl to any
address In tho Unltcil States:
One year ?5 00
Ono month 50
Member nf the Assoeinlcil Press
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled to tho use for republication
ot nil nows dispatches credited to It ' flm
storj. 'Hoops of Steel" is perhaps
bast remembered as the stnr In 'The
nirlh of a Nation" which was shown
here last enr. As usual. Mr. Walt
hall takes the strongest character in
i lie piece and how well lie carries It
may bo best seen nt the Liberty.
A finer story of patriotic trend
than "The Hun Within." the new
special ranunount-Artcraft picture ! a few days.
which will be shown nt the Mar
Theatre tonlfiht would be hard to
H. .J Master was among tho fain J MrAAAHAtHHHHHH
nt 1 1 ins in ai ii i Kin 1 1 win isiiiiniiiuii
f larencg Uudorwood and K. 11. Hull
loll on tho train this morning for
Krnnk W. Stall Is u business visi
tor In Klamath Kails from Eugene.
Tim Sullivan and l O'Connor tiro
hero on matters ot business from
I Oliver Martin Is ninon the Coun- '
. oAn t'laifnfa fr. fnltn t. .!,. II..
.,. ovmi i iviiuin t.u.., ihuiiii ivuh;i v
Is stopping at tho Hotel Hall. C
llr. O. Demorcst and family spent t
part or the day yesterday In Klamath J
Pnllj frntit tlintf hiiitm n( Mitfrlll AT
" " i
Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Hudson were' T. J. Monflohl was umoiiK tho In- Y
train arrivals last nlcht from San'romimr nfflTON n ti m,iti in
evening. Ho Is stopping at the Hall.!
Mrs. C. W. Ilodson and son, L. T. , V
Hodson, who hnvn been hero for a,y
few days from Portland, left for. that
r- r- r-n t .- .i. , I I'olnt this mornliiK. A
C. C. Fllnn of tho Oh loouln Luin-. - V
. . . It.. ...! XI.... if a tt....l !.. ' -.
The Winnek Co., Inc.
426 Main Street
tlerbor has roho to Portland
after business Interests for
ur ii in iniiurwisi- m-u. ... i .k- i...-( sbject Is of np-to-the ininut
per, nnd also local nous published nml , J . .,
... n.. ........... I- l.. Mr ntiil Mra M llnmnL'ni. Irtfl A
1. has a delightful love story " ' ?.. """ " "u """"-'8 "l .Z: "'Z,Z.r ! 'Z.T
UUS.IICSS IUUU. nil- i-ivri limb iui ainuiiit nilUtl' KtlVJ (ft)
i I were called by the Illness of Mrs. I.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Martin left this ii.,...i- ....i.. r i t m iV
-- -. . . iihiiiirvi D muuii-i . .ma, ..I, u . .-IUV't- A
win riKjus ui mi'ii.niiuinui ii. r-jic , eu ujiviitjui ..iiiiv-.., ...... ..... -- ' inn. iiiiik lor i niiiornin points lor a- ,vtf
clnl dispatches heroin are also ro-' u n Sim-ta1lv selected mid strong one. ivnmtlnn vUit - Attorney Thomas Urukn wns nn ..
served. j nnr-i. v.-iurett. Hnroihv ish. Done-!
timeliness: The picture was dlroct-
las MacLoan and Charles Oerard play I J- H- Hnl,bs w'o opemtes a general
Kill DAY, l-'KltlU-AIIV 7, llti 1 ,ho loading roles and a splendid per-i store at Merrill wns In the city on
THK I.IXK IllYKK DAM
romance is the result. ousiness yesieruay.
The story deals with Americans j R j.,.lrlRS ,s ,ere fop ft g,lort ,1))0
nnd Oerman-Americans. Herman from ,ortIaml atu, u stopping at the
Wagner, a loyal German-American , Wn0 ,.eIcan otel.
eniLS MS son, iuri, lo a viernian u.u-
X. P. Wilson who has been here for
a 'visit with his sister. Mrs. J. M.
Qulntol, left on the train this morn
ing for Kansas, where ho will spend
The Herald calUd the attention of
its readers last night to the fight that ( verslty for a finishing course. A; A. O. Addison Is having n siege' somo time with relative.
Is being made by Jl. K. lirailtmry to i pretty American girl, Hcth. who is a j whii tne inflammatory rheumatism at'
prevent tho construction of the dam ' war,i n the Wagner home Is In love
across Link River, and the segreg.vln0HSias. is smitten with the young
Hon from the Klamutli project of any ia,ly's charms.
of the power "sites that came into be-j m
Ing as n result of the creating of this I PI.KASK XOTICK
undertaking. Hrabury is right, and First
our herd is 50 per cent
., ... .,.. .., i.,, ,. ic Jersey; secona. mcy are moereuur
right .and wnnt to see him win. There! ursel;.es am, we are (1et-irmlno.t to
Is not a man that .is today paying Rtve cean mtik to our customers,
tho coustructron charges of the Klnm-j The price of hay is on the decline;
nth project that wants to see one j therefore, beginning February 10th,
11, we win cuurgL- us iuiiuwa.
single part ot it turned over to any
Individual, corporation or government
department. And it is'to prevent this
very thing that Itrndhury has thrown
down the gauntlet and taken, up a
fight that Is going to array ngainst
htm every Influence and agency that
has lieen employed during tho past
several years In stealing from the
project one of its chief assets.
So far the California-Oregon Pow
er company has been successful In I
overcoming every obstacle that has
been placed In Its way to prevent its
monopolization )f the power of the
Klamath River. Hut it has reached
the end of its rope, and The Herald
would now warn it to drop tho mat
ter, and 'not try and steal from the
people of theKlamath project that on
which dependence has been placed to
meet the cost of putting water on
their lands. If it does not heed the
warning, it will find itself driven
frm this community, its present
plant as so much junk, nnd a future
that holds promise of immense busi
ness destroyed. This is a broad state
ment, and we will be surpriso if it Is
heeded, but! we will guarantee that
before the year Is out It will know
that it was no idle boast. The peo
plo of Klamath County have had all
of this sort 'of trickery they are go
ing to stand, and it Is a wise man who
knows when he has gone far
As to Mr.' Bradbury, The Herald
wants to see him In as president of
the Klamath Irrigation district, and
It further wants to see him name his
assistants. The present directors
have declared that u mistake has
"been made In the granting of the con
tract, nnd since they failed in their
efforts to stop It, then It is up to
them to step asido and let a man take
the lead who has the courage to
openly defy the opposition that has
been raised against him, nnd who the
Herald knows will win for the people I
of tho project in a struggle that de
mands no wavering and calls for the
leadership of a man who has the
courage of his convictions and tho!
backbone to stand up and fight for!
them. The day has passed when '
seniority, custom, friendship, or any-i
thing else hhull stand in tho way of
Jlr. nradbury. He Is entitled to the
office of president, and must have it '
Ho Is entitled to the support of the
other direqtors, and they must give
it, whether it is palatable or not . j
Uradbury today stands as the repre-,
.Heutatlvo of the people of tho Klam-
nth project in this matter. He must ,
not be interfered with nor handicap-
ped. With Uradbury as president '
nnd such assistants as he may choose
to namo us his coadjutors, there will I
bo no reason, then, for his offering
any oxcuses why the rights of the
il qt. milk, per mo., 30 days.
in ...tit. ..... wt "AMut-a
m. Il. ...Iin, I'd llt'Jil "V tiuj.,-
3 qt. milk, per mo., 30 days...
4 qt. milk, per mo., 30 days....
1 pt. milk, per mo., 30 days....
K-Pt. tab. crm, dally, 30 days .
V-i pt. whp. crm., sinbledellv.
1 pt. whp. crm.. single deliv. ..
it pt. tab. crm. single dellv. ..
1 pt. tab. crm., single dellv ....
1 qt. and 1 pt. milk, dally, mo.
1 qt. milk i pt. tab. crm, mo... 9.00
l pt. milK, u- pi. lau. crm., mo... i.uui
U pt. tab. crm, 10c, or per mo... 3.00
1 pt. milk hi pt. tab. crm., mo... 5.25
llottlcs mu-t Ik- put out daily to
insure delivery of milk.
CITY MILK UEPOT
K. L. FIIKXCH, Prop.
I'lionr 2ai. 237 Esplanade
his home on Eleventh Street.
Miss Florence Mellgan came In on
tho train last evening. Se Is a gueM
at the White Pelican Hotel.
from the Klamath
today for his
ranch In the Spring
outgoing passenger on tho train this J
morning for California points whero'V
hi, nvmwtR in fitwtift llin iiavI Iu'ii ur .
" " " ...... ..... ... . .
wllh his brother Roy ileffonbneher A
left on the trnln this morning. He is J.
, .. .... . ... i m
in uie military sorvicc anu una se
cure;! leave to stop on his return from
California, where ho had accompan
ied some sick soldiera to the hospital.
K. I.. Dcffenbacher of Vancouver.
i who has been here for a short visit
I Memories of happy days are best
, . , . ,, ,, , , told when one of our Kodaks tell
1. L. Trunx and H. T. Murphy were' tne st0ry.
Incoming passengers on the train last 7-lt STAR DRUO CO.
evening. They are- guests at the!
Attorney Walter Van Kmon was a
passenger on the train this morning
for Portland, where he will spend '
the next few days on matters of busi
See Clillcoto A Smith for lire, life,
accident and health Insurance. OSS
Main street. 24
Pace-makers ot fair prices.
7-lt STAR DltUO CO.
lvl Ntrnu-M Overalls, $1.7.1, at
K. K. K. Store. One to customer
This store appeals to and pleases Saturday,
7-lt SJAU DRUO CO.
Regular meeting Klamath Lodge
Xo. 137, I. O. O. F., this evening.
There will be work In the Initiatory
degree .and all members are urged
to be present.
It's not too early to take a spring
tonic Star Drug Co. "They have It."
7-lt STAR DRUO CO. '
Ladies' & Men's
.MADE TO ORDER
REST OF WORKMAXSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are very reasonable
Your Inspection invited
Chas. J. Cizek
SIS Main St.
We make prints you will bo proud
to show. Star Drug Co., the Rexall
DANCING SATURDAY EVENING
Famous Players Presents
"THE II UX WITH IX"
DOROTHY GISH & GEO. FAWCETT.
AX ALL STAR CAST
Not A War Picture, An '
Admission 10 & ii." cent. .Show
Sums 7:: nnd :1.1.
Trliingle Presents ,
Wm. S. HART ,
See Hill Hart In Society.
Hearst Pathe News Latest War Pic
tures and Current Events. !
Admission 10 & 15 rents Mntlncc '
l:tO. Evenings 7:0 & . !
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Merrill. Oregon j
The Standard OH Company has
discontinued supplying eoiiloll
In ruses, so we have arranged
to furnish the same high grade
Pearl Oil in bulk, with Ever
Ready Pressure Cans.
"THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
FOR SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8th
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER
The pound 48c
Two pound square 95c
ROYAL BAKING' POWDER
Twelve ounce can 40c
Eight ounce can 25c
CHOICE LOCAL HAMS
The pound 40c
CHOICE LOCAL SHOULDERS
The pound ...-. 38c
The can ... ....i &c
H ' 4rm '
Four boxes for
We have the follow
ing implements to
Tno Olher walking pliiwo.xtiiblile
Ono Oliver mil key plow, mid hot.
Thrrr Mollne milkey pliiun, mid
One Thomn Drill, without grim
On onvhonte power gno engine.
Theae Implement were boUtfhtbe
fore the advance in price, mid will
bi noli! ui le than muiiiifiuiuri'm
We will m'll Ihrni mi uin) terms In
The Winnek Co.. Inc.
426 Main St. Phone 34 Klamath Falls
I.ENINE IS GOING 1) HAVE A
GENUINE IIOLSIIEVIKI LOYE
FEAST WHICH WILL PUT PARIS
CONFERENCE OFF THE .MAP
provlnccti nnd Finland to convoke u
Cominiinlxt pence conference h:i
been innde. The proponed meeting Is'
Intended to eclipse the peace confer-j
enco at Paris and the HorlallHt con
ference at Heme.
The Invitation which Ih pnlilliilii-d
In PetroKrad newHpnperH derreeH that
tho Ilobtlievlkl alone will have the
rlKlit to take the Initiative at tbu '
MRS. KOOSIA i:i,T TO VISIT
GRAVE OF SON IN FIIANCC.
Ni:W YORK. Feb. fi Mm Thru
dure RoiMuvell, widow of tho former
I'reitlili-iit Ihih nailed for Fianci- In
In! t the Krave ot ber huh, Oiientln
STOCKHOLM, Feb. fi.- An ex
hortation from Premier I.onlne to all
the IlolHliovllii Committed) In tier-
many, Austria, nnd Poland, tho llaltlc and family.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo wIhIi to Hlnceroly thank our
dour frlendn for their klndncHH and
aHHlHtanco In our recent bereavement,
nnd to itBHiira the niof our hcurtfelt
Krutltudo, Mm. Agnen II, Kukoliion
few ili-opn then lift ,
loiiihy I'orim off w It 1 1
For next irrigation sea--nn should lie
omIctciI now ,ln order to get tho prop-
people shall not ho vigorously jro-1 "" eiiiiineiit and Insure delivery In
tectcd,,mid The Herald will stand
ready nt nil times to render him th.
help ho will need, iih well as the crit
icism ho will deserve If ho for an In
stance hesitates to prosecute to u fin
ish tlio buttlo he undertakes to recov
er to tho Klamutli project that which
Iuib been dissipated olther through
laxity. or wilfulness
Let us Install
time, nt lowest cost
your pumping plant.
VOCR MOTOR RIGHT
VOIR PUMP RIGHT
VOL'R INSTALLATION RIGHT
THAT WILL STAV RIGHT
Place your orders with us, and you
I; now yini me iIkIiI.
Good eiiKlneeriii and Installations
ANNOUNCEMENTS I wives annual i-vpeiise ,nml jlvei bet-
M. Paul's Enlscoiml Guild will hold t-r elllcleiicv. . EsIIiiiiiU-k fiirnlsliiil.
n cooked food und kitchen npron sale '
nt tho olllco of tho Western Transforj I 1 iv11.
Co., Saturday ntterpooii. C-3t , lmn. AXIVCr
Jitivl StraiiKM Ovcnills $1.75, at
ir ir if. Hlnru. Ono lo customer
H. W. POOLE, Owner
"RIDERS OF THE NIGHt"
Funny Charlie Chaplin at His Beit
IN ' . . '
"A HENPECKED SPOUSE"
Henry B. Walthall
"HOOPS OF STEEL"
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied by par
ent admitted free with n 20c
Thin Theater now properly
Routed nnd Veutlluted.
Fumigated every night
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
The only Meat Market in the city equipped with
cold storage rooms for the proper handling of Meats.
Fresh Cuts of Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal can be
be had from our Chill Rooms as all times.
Special prices on nice, juicy cuts of Klamath
County Meats, fattened, at our own feed yards, can
be had at our Bargain Counter Saturday.
Plutes ., .., IHc
Rib Cuts ' 20c
Neck Piece 20e
SinAll Individual Steaks .
Sirloin Steaks .. .
KLAMATH PACKING CO.
Phone 68 524 Main St.
Doesn't hurt u bit! Drop a llttltt
'Prcugoiin on an aching corn, Instantly
' that corn stops InirtliiK, then you lilt
It rlKht out. Ves, niiiKle!
A tiny bottlu of Freozono costs hut
, a few cents at any drug storo, but Is
sufficient to romovo every liurd com,
!soft corn, or corn, between tho Iocs,
jund the calluses, without sorencaa or
i Froezono IkJIic Hiuuutlonnl discov
ery of u Cincinnati kciiIuh, It Is won-
YOU'LL LIKE IT, TOO
The Sunset Grocery
7th und .Main 8U.