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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1919)
MONDAY, I'KllltUAUV Id, loiti
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
AT THE K. K. K. STORE'S SPECIAL SALES
H nt" uftN r ,-rw"C 'V1 Sfc i
Hundreds took advantage last week of the exceptional price offering at this Store.
There will be great bargains all over the store this week, and if you want to save
on Good Clothing, Furnishings and Shoe, read the price reductions.
Celebrated Oregon Cassimere Suits, reg. $25, now.. ..$16.85
Regular $12.50 Whale-Bak Logger Shirts, now . . ..$ 8.85
Men's $5.00 heavy all wool Pants, "Dutchess," now $ 3.85
Men's $5.50 all wool heavy "Dutchess" Pants, now..$ 3.85
Men's heavy all wool $7.50 "Dutchess" Pants, now..$ 4.85
Men's Patrick Mackinaw Pants, reg. $11.00, now ....$ 7.85
SHOE BARGAINS WALKOVER, DRY-SOX
and other fine Shoes in this Sale
LOT 1 Men's $5.00 Dress Shoes, now $2.95
LOT 2 Men's $6.00 Dress Shoes, now $4.35
LOT 3 Men's $7.50 Shoes, now $4.95
LOT 4 Men's $8.00 and $8.50 Dress and Work
Shoes, now $5.45
LOT 5 Men's $8.50 and $10.00 Dress and Work
Shoes, now $6.65
You will have to see the shoes we are offering at the
above price to appreciate what exceptional bargains
20 per cent off on every Wool Shirt in the store
25 per cent off on every Mackinaw in the store
"Patricks" are in the Sale
33 13 off on every Sweater in the store
This is Overcoat weather; now is the chance to get a
good one for little money.
ANY $20.00 OVERCOAT, NOW
ANY $22.50 OVERCOAT, NOW
ANY $25.00 OVERCOAT, NOW
ANY $27.50 OVERCOAT, NOW
ANY $30.00 OVERCOAT. NOW
ANY $32.50 OVERCOAT, NOW
ANY $35.00 OVERCOAT, NOW
ANY $37.5p OVERCOAT, NOW
ANY $40.00 OVERCOAT, NOW
ANY $45.00 OVERCOAT, NOW
ANY $50.00 OVERCOAT, NOW
Men's Canvas Gloves, two pair for -. ....
And dozens of other Special Sales Bargains, at
K. K. K. STORE
LEADING CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS
JUDGE'S WIFE l-i M a- CAMPAIGN ON
IS OH TO 1 -- - FOR CRUSHING
Mrs. Iliiltlr llnmnker
NEW YORK. Feb. 10 "A wife has
a right to go thru her husband's
pockets for money." This ruling was
made by Magistrate Groehl in the
west side court and was duly chroni
cled in the newspapers. Today the
magistrate stepped into court with a
saddened expression on hia face. Be
fore opening court he called a re
porter to bis side and said:
"It was a mistake to print that
story. Last night I left my money
on the bureau and this morning
when I woke up I found my wife
helping herself. When I protested
she read my own ruling from your
paper. What could I do?" I
Those present at the local Red
Cross Sewing room last week were as
I Monday. February 3 Mesdames
D. M. Smith, H J. Winters. L. E. Sul
llvaan. Tuesday, February 4 Mesdames
Percy Evans, G. A. Bellman, L. E.
Wednesday, February 5 Mes
dames Percy Evans, D. M. Smith, E.
T. Higglnson, L. E. Sullivan.
Thursday, February 6 Mesdames
Percy Evans, D. M. Smith, L. E. Sul
livan. Friday, February 7 Mesdames D.
M. Smith, Geo. Frye. R. J. Sheets, E.
T. Higglnson, Gilbert Fleet, L. E.
Saturday, February 8 Mesdames
Geo. Humphrey, J. M. McClure, R. E.
Wattenburg, Ida Gibson, G. C. Mit
chell, L. K. Sullivan, Miss Gladys
SOCIAL EVIL BIG RESULTS
Lieutenant Ray R. Bravlnder, Cor
vallls, killed In action.
Private Aubry G. Judkins, Nevv
berg, died of disease.
Private Lester A. Wilson, La
Grange, wounded severely.
i There will be a stated communica
tion of Klamath Lodge 77. A. ,F &
A. M. at the hall on Monday evening.
February 10th at 7:30. A good at
tendance Is desired.
O. C APPLEGATE, Secretary.
For reliable piano tuning leave
orders at Klamath Falls Music House.
The Rebecahs will meet tonight at '
the hall for practlco work.
When you have an important prescription to
be filled, no consideration but that of reliable
service should be thought of. Our store is pop
ular with physicians because they know that we
keep up with every scientific advancement in
pharmacy. They realize what this means to
the welfare of their patients. Our line of pre
scription drugs is large and fresh, and all com
pounding is done by experienced graduate
pharmacists. You will find our prescription ser
vice exceptional in every respect but this extra
service costs you nothing.
Let us fill your prescriptions.
( InderwMds Pnamrv
-" vi ATVfATTM pnno moc-rsrvxi JLI I
WASHINGTON, Feb. 8. As a stop
In a nation-wide campaign against
the social evil, ministers and church
leaders are urged In a pamphlet Is
sued by the United States Public
Health Service to observe February
23 as Health Sunday, with special
sermons and meetings that day de
voted to discussion of means of im
Separate meetings for men and
women are suggested to consider eli
mination of vice districts, education
of children, the organization of a
permanent community committee to
improve civic coudi?o'ns and to pro
vide wholesome recreation, especially
for returning soldiers.
"The public health campaign Is a
community task," said the Public
Health Service's announcement. "The
church, as an important part of the
community, should not fail to help
In this Important work.
"Your whole community will bo at
the station, 'when the boys come
marching home'. Are you making
sure that the profiteers of vice aro
not planning to take advantage of
the days of festivity to dishonor thorn
before they got settled again In the
normal ways of life? Are jou sure
(hat demobilization will not mean de
moralization? Cities and towns throughout the
country now face a most Important
crisis. Under control of -the military
authorities four million soldiers and
sailors received greater protection
against diseases than they received
before the war In civil life.' The feder
al govrnment must of necessity In the
next few months give up war time
control. It lcr the social responsibil
ity of cities and towns to make their
communities fit places to receive the
The Public Health Service has pre-'
pared a program of procedure for
community organizations, with parti-'
cular reference to the churches' par'!
PORTLAND, Feb. 5. Oregon will
act as host this summer to the Na
tional Editorial Association as one of
the results of the activities of the
Pacific Northwest Tourist Associa
tion. This body of men and women
Is made up of the brightest minds In
the newspaper world and the results
that will accrue from a publicity
standpoint arc bejond all computa
know what It cost-s to travel Take which wus Immediate!) followed by
tills amount and multiply It hv lO.-'tli-i song, "Whrre Is My WnmltirliiK
000 and look at the total and this Is. Hoy Tonight?" Dialogue, "An Ar
the wn this now money that costs us knnsas Traveler." "Just a lltiby'ii February, won't you smile'
practically nothing to get flows In Pniuir nt Twilight," wiih tlin IhI Won't you leave a sunny day
a steady stream Into our lap. House , ar The high sehool. primary lh $ZfZv"Z" l!nVt
Illlt 7b lulls for another approprla- room. .Mrs Kiln llurkliurt and Mrs yoll r(l K,,my tho while
tlon to rover the coming two jenrs. i, - uurk wero visitors at tint pro-
for the same amount asked for two!Krnm . , J'ol.f) our clouds like downy plllos,
years ago and dependent upon Wash-1 Kr!unJ, K,.,irllnrv 7lh. Ih. , , J Z ImX''bm'eZ,
Ington nnd British Columbia follow. (!UuiUn, 0(ly ,( ,, and Fannie Catch the sunbunm'i woleonn! iikm-
ing wim mo same amount inoy gave i nouslon resigned her position hm hoc-' uge
previously. No appropriation Iiiih ho- .Ptnr, wh,Pn ,ncu wng ,lt, tun
cured more for Oregon or been hot- . . , Paddock. Aftar a few otli-
ter numinwioroti. mo worn is unuor rr i1HlM0HS -nun-art loin thu muctllig
Whisper "spring time" to thu ullluwi
I thu constant attention of somo of
our leading business men who give
their tlmo free of charge and pay
their own expenses when attending
the meetings of the Board of Direc
tors. Thu state revenues are used tu de
velop every other .issot, either by
maintaining departments, onforce
March In i-ultu a truthful child
Wu expect his sleet and mio
And his winds that come ami eu
Wu arc glnd ho seems tu hurry
lie's ho boisterous ami so w.lil
tlon. During the past two jears theimonl f, laws, maintaining Instltii-J
Tjiii,lel Auuni-lflllnn 1-nnrf.t.i.tltlntr OlP-I .1 ... i...i..i 1. 1'
Tourist Association reprehentlng Ore
gon, Washington and Urltisli Coliun
bla has spent 1112,000 to attract
tourists to the Pacific Northwest and
the results have been far beyond ex
pectation when war conditions arc
taken Into consideration. That Ore
gon has received the greater benefit
thur Dlckurson, iluli uilvlHur; Annu
Rueck, president; Klslu Rueck. .vlco
tlons, ami thu building of roads and
bridges and the simplest wn) to In
(reuse these revenues Is by a develop
ment iiioro potent than any Hint has
gono bufoio whlrh
coming here of th
nnd women, who will see us ns wo uio
anil who will In a Inrce measure 'The total membership WI1B 22
Miss Audrey M I.t.wls spent
vveel. end with Kliilo Ruerk.
The different rooms of the Iloti(iu-) April ha hucIi changeful im.o.U,
, , , ,, i i Shu h so sunny mid so hree),
xu school hold n joint meeting mi ltt tl ,mut and cries m, ea),
Thursday. February Ctlt, for thu pur-l All(1 UM,m lle ,,, , rl! HWn)
pose of organizing a Hovh' and Girls' , She Minds us scampering to the vvowli
Industrial Club. The following clubs
Sowing, Sheep lUnlstng ami Cooking ' Let thu blue skies keep between
The olllrerM urs as follows! Mrs Kh- ? Hlnln and wiulrrols cull from tlm
iThiirn i it find Miit tlritiiyml (n Miiuor-i
(ianlenlng, Cunning, i am ,i.n lr,,..M ... .....i,,. -,,..
l"()oodhu, April, with your shutters'
m result l. th.,' president; Lcola Ferris, secrelury. , lovely Muy, on must leave noon
wm result in llie , KnrBi.nnt nt arms . Vou'ro so Imlmy mid so ntr ,
Kmsnnds of men,''""1 -rI ! orris, sorgtnnt nt an s j Yuuglilng , sk ng. dnnclng fairy;
also llruce Houston us jell leader
'In the roHubuilH you urn kissing
Hides thu fragrant, dreamy June
over the other commonwealths Is ovI-jctilcr rmnain permanently or leuvej
dent In the attendance at Crater
Lake. There aro 11 National Parks
in the United States and nil blit two
showed a decrease In attendance ex
cept Crater Lake nnd Rainier Nil
tlonal. Crater Lake showed an In-
thelr money for Investments.
Tim rcgulur meeting of Aliilin
Chapter O. B. S will bo hold Tuns-
ilnv nvnnlnir It'nlit-itnrv t llh Au
crease of between 23 to 40 per cent , thor , important business to como
and nearly 50,000 people visited , before tho Chaptor at this mortlng.l
Rainier Nntlonnl while all parts of 'all membors nru requested to be pres-
tho Pacific Northwest wero Included lt- -Nellie Van. Rlpor, W. M.
In tho various phases of publicity.
The total expenditure of the tour-) NOTH'K
Ibts and vacation seeker per annum Is, Tll(! r,,guar meeting of tho Wo
not less than One Hllllon Dollars and man's Christian Temporunco Union
It is to secure our fair share of this
Immense revonue that this associa
It is safe to say that within a very
short time tho Pacific Northwest
and It can be demonstrated by fi
gures can derive from Fifty to One'
Hundred Million Dollars of actual,
cash from the encouragement of this
travel. Thin cash remains In tho
Pacific Northwest. It is not sent
out for any raw material, nor for
nnv nthnr rnmmnilllv. lint rnmnlnn
w w-... -w -., - . .
hero to help every Individual cltlzcni
In the development of his business
win no iioki Tuesday at a: 30 p, m
at tho homo of .Mrs. IJ. S. Grlgsby,
1028 Jefferson street. You aro In
vited. Secretary, i
N&- Wid I'iTT J
We Have Them
From lc to 15c each
" rw ' i
Klamath founty News ;
i . . .
RKTUIIXS FROM SOUTHERX TOUR (
John H. Foster of the California'
Oregon Power Company has returned
from an extended trip thru Callfor-
runner of tho settler, tho new Inves
tor and tho manufacturer.
nla and Arizona, He left accompanied
by Mrs., Foster shortly after Christ-,
mas. Mrs. Foster will remain wlt,h .
relatives In California for somo tlmo
TOO LATE TO'CLASSIFY
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE UH
vniinr biiv thfifj nonnc .. .Will
frRJT ' V I
JUY THEIR DRUGS
LOST Between Klamath Jewelry
company and Hot Springs Addition,
pair of nose glasses In cae. Finder
please return to Herald office. Re
Tho LarlfpH Alii m t iw t tt
and in the payment of his taxes and! rk.H house lust Wednesday and
tho Tourist is absolutely the fore J whlln , ..,,,, J' ,iay;,""".
' - "- ""' 6iu a jut HO-
.cial on the uvenlng of February 14th,
I urlinn llwiif till ..,.11 .i . . .
TroVll,.ll ,oHlu..rnMrf !.. """ "' "" '"" "10H "n" B'VO 11
mtvi j IUU iu-wut 4n-4,1f , .. m I .....
year and as far as going abroad Ih""'- ';ryi.oiy 'nvitoa.
concerned there will be nothing doing . "" ,'0UHt0"; Jy "'kharl.
this year. The war Is over and the-",n" "un!"kor ,an" K"" uock "'"
people have the money and a drain l,h "f' cultur"' nilnatlon Thurs
to travel. Wo havo so for expended ,1,iy' 1'el"-ry Oth. Mrs. Kttu Kill
112,000, to attract attention to tho cam loit,, B(,"o1 "" t Klvo
greatest asset we havo and wo only " """"" "o aiso camo Kri
need to keep up the work to securo ie-'(luy ""K n'I eavo tho physiology
turns based on this expenditure far j.imlnatlon to Funnlo Houston,
beyond tho desires of tho most avarl-1 A vaTy oml Program was given
clous. To Illustrate: tho Park to! llcro Monday, February 3d, prepared
Park Highway Association at a ro-"nd mi'orvlsed by the Klghth grudo
cent meeting In Spokane reported 10,.' 0l ''""unza school. Tho following
The Dance of Passion!
The Broadway Revolt!
The Banquet of Death!
A Woman's Struggle for Love!
FOR SALK Cheap. Remington Jun
' lor Typewriter. Phono 17. Practi
cally new, JO-Ct"
000 machines entering Spokane over
the Yellowstone Highway with mi
average of four in a machine1. Sup
pose- theso machines were gathered
gave I ho pregram: Joy llurkliurt,
Fnr.nlo Heuston, Elsie Ruock, Goorgn
Maxwell und William Rrlghtman,
Tho program consisted of tho follow-
WHEN A WOMAN SINS
The Regeneration of a Modern Vampire
A THEDA BARA SUPER-PRODUCTION
together in Spokano In one day, You lK Reading by William Urlghtmun,