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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, FKIlHtUltV 17, loir,
K. K. K. STORE'S CLEARANCE SALE
Don't Fail to take advantage of the prices we
are of fering on Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes, etc.
Shoes at a Bargain
....We carry the largest stock of Men's
and Boys' Fine Shoes in this section of
the country; carry only standard, na
tionally known makes, and otter you a
lot of good styles at this sale
that are cheaper than before-the-war
prices. . Don't fail to
investigate these bargains if
you want to get in on the
best "shoe buys" of the year.
Big Bargains in Men's Pants
Heavy "Dutchess" $5.00 and $6.00 Pants for a. .$3.85
Heavy "Dutchess" $7.50 Pants, now $4.85
Patrick Mackinaw Pants, regular $1 1.00, now $7.85
Men's Whale-Bak Logger Shirts, regularly $12.50,
now :., . $8.85
20 per cent off on every Wool Shirt in the store
25 per cent off on every Mackinaw in .the store
33 13 off on every Sweater in the store
' And Hundreds of Other Bargains all over the Store
Extra Specials This Week
Levi Strauss Overalls. the P" $L7B
Can't-Bust-'Em Overalls the Pr $L76
25c Canvas Gloves two pairs for 25c
Oregon Cassimer Suits, regular $25.00, now .. .$16.85
Dozens have takefi advantage of this exceptional Suit
Bargain. These Suits are all wool, finely made, good
styles and patterns, and is the biggest buy of the year
at the low price of $16.85.
BUY NOW, AND SAVE DOLLARS
K. K. K. STORE
MOOSE HALL WILL BE HEAD
QUARTERS FOR BIG SALE
EARLY NEXT MONTH MARDI
GKAS FESTIVITIES PLANNED
FIFTEEN II. S.
At the Theaters
PORTLAND, Feb. 17. The re
ceipts of lle stock at the North Port
land Union Stock Yards today con.
slst of 100 head of cattle. 500 hogs,
no sheep. All offerings are selling
readily on a steady market as quoted.
Cattle quotations; Best steers $12.
50 and 13. SO; Good to choice steers
$11. ."iO and $12.50; Medium to good
-.An.., tin A nir t11 KA Fall, tn
oitcij ?. uu v"."". ... . -hlna tilth n rtonrl ueli-hf tnn.
eood steers $9.00 and $10.50: Com-' .. . ...
n u ro n .1 o m u r i riKr n u r ti r
by the Naal Overseas Trans-
NEW YORK, Fob. 17. Fifteen
' " t- ........... o nn nH.l fta nn.
Plans hare been Derfected-by the .... . 1918
,. , .. j ,T u v . Choice cows and heirers $9.oo ana
$10.50; Good to choice cows and heif
er-, $8.00 and $9.50; Medium to good trfct Supervlsor of the T,
cows and heifers $7.50 and $8.50; District. The rcmoal of
ladies of the. Sacred Heartichurch to
hold a big bazaar-at -the Moose hall
on March 1st, 3rd and 4th.
It is the desire of the management
to hold an affair that will provide
real pleasure and amusement for -the
people- of Klamath. becausc-such re
laxation is 'needed after the long selge
of war troubles. There" -will be
booths, gamer, dancing, and on Tues
day, March 4th, a good pre-Lent home
cooked chicken dinner,"- -
The managements! offering $5 to
the one who-suggests, a yiewnfeature
for the 'bazaar that will provide real
fun and pleasure. . t
Plans areUnder consideration for
the holding-of airegular Mardl Gras
If it is decided jto hold.this, announce
ment will be made later; and it will j
be an annual feature that .those back BAY CITY BUILDING
of It hope to extend-beyond purely LUMBER TAKES DROP.
port mad6 public today by the Dis-
the ban of
Fair to medium cows and heifers ecrecy, tai during the war as a
$5.75 and $'6.75; Cannars $3.50 and shleld t these essels and their crews
$3.00; nulls $0.00 and $9.0Q; Calves discloses that six ships, aggregating
$9.00 and $13.50; StocVrrs and ,42,627 tons, were destrojed by enemy
Feeder. $7.00 jind $11.00. activity. fie vessels with a combined
1 Hog quotations; Prime mixed $16.- ( tonnage of 44,071 tons, were sunk in
50 and $16.75; Medium mixed $16,25 collisions and four vessels, totaling
land 16:30; Rough heatles $14.50 16,994 tons were destroyed by flro
and $15.00; Pigs $"12.00 and $14.50; 'and explosion. '
Bulk of sales $16.50. The report traces the growth of
Sheep quotations; Prime lambs the Naval Overseas Transportation
i $13.75 and $14.25; Fair to medium Service "since the time of its organi-
' lambs $9.00 and $11.00; Yearlings zatlon late in 1917 and describes
$10.00 and 111. 00; Nethere $9.00 the part piajeci oy it in transporting
and $10.00; Ewes $6.50 and $8.75.
i.wu MTSTCRAItl.KH" TONIGHT cost
"Les Miserables." 'shawn on the last week. Wartime prices went Into
screen at the Liberty last evening, is the discard with a" rush when the
pronounced the greatest photo-play iUmberdealers of San Francisco an-
food, munitions and supplies for
troops and naaT vessels abroad. Sev
en t -two ships wero originally as
signed to this service and when the
armistice was signed, November 11,
1Q1B tha Mrm float nnmhnriul 4?i3
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 17. TheiM . ,, ,n(! ohln(, ra,, ,
of lumber tobogganed here " . ' nvor
When Victor Hugo finished Lcs
Miserables In 1861, ho said:
"Danto made a hell with poetry. I
have tried to make ono with reality." '
"Les Miserables" Is admittedly the
greatest and most melodramatic of
all Victor Hugo's melodrnmas, and
William Fox haspcturlzed It with
William Fa mum plajlng the part of
Jean Veljean. "Los Miserables" will
be shown at the Liberty Theatre tonight.
Mlnunr to start
Fob. -17. Enough
a flourishing saloon
has been seized by United States offi
cials in Oregon slnco tho state went
dry, January 1. 1919. The United
States marshall una turned over to
tho Internal revenue detriment
2,2639 quarts of whiskey. This liquor,
has been condemned and an order In
about to bo Mod for Its disposition.
Thjjro ls"a possibility that it will bo
sent to San Francisco, and thoro bo
Figured at tho rumored bootlo-
TRIBL'TE TO BE .PAID TO 'THE,sing rate of $8 a quart ,th!s whiskey
represents a value in Oregon, or any
MEMORY OK WASHINGTON AND other, dry 8tate ,ot about $22,000
I.IXmf.X ItV MMM!, fTIAITFll wine Ol 11 IB BUUU ...,u., .
... J-. -,.
OR WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS-
Crews of navy cargo ships are said
to hao endured the greatest hard
ships of the war. Their lives con
0 per cent lop-off In the stanty endangered, they faced the
..n n-m1iii.ail . lutlltnm Tn m ti Tn . in
o,d. j.uuuvc, ...... '" ""-'" nounced a
that wonderfurcharacter in' a man- Pce of all lumber used In ordinary . ,, of ,ne deep the monace of nn
oier that Erins your very heart strings, building constiuction. unseen foe. the daneer of collision
The audience that filled the Liberty At the headquarters of the lum- and tue nimy to Instant death by
tneaier to capacuy "" bermen. It was stated, that tne reason accldent8 from inflammable' cargoes,
awe-struck at this forceful presenta- , ,h A nn , nrirra )s tho desire . . . ... .
Hon of Victor Huco's strange and r the drop in prices is tne aesirej ,t ,8 on record that a convoy of
powerful character. For the benefit r tne dealers to encourage a revival fty snlj)lJ from New Vork wag dlg,n.
of Uose who. were unablo to obtain of the building Industry and conserve, tegrated by a vioilent storm In mid
seats at last night's performance, the the mutual Interests of owner, build-1 Atlantic and that only two of the en-
W .. . ... T.t ..r'" i.T" .." . eranuaeaier. iiuiiub,uUuUw Uro numBer reached France under
ST,, . . i u7 .; iii V; Z mentis-made that the prices fixed are
the Liberty tonight, as it will be the , 4l , . ,..
i. ...i. .1.1. - . as low as they can ever be under
IUBI Uj;jJUIVUUHJ lUlO DVODU11 .U OK
this wonderful play. 17-lt existing conditions.
The birthdays of your friends should be re-
membered, so that you may send them
tokens of regard. These little attentions
show thoughtfulness on your part, and will-
,surey be appreciated by the recipients.
We carry a complete assortment of
BIRTHDAY CARDS, FOLDERS,
BOOKELTS, NOVELTIES, ETC.
. Keep a record of your friends' birthdays
and, mark eacii return anniversary with
something new and attractive selected
trom our stock
tM iitv '
, iWmWBf JZZ
.an't i-' my t- - or .
ih,j." " m : - v n
convoj. "Every slilp for herself" the
. forty-eight others by luck, pluck and
constant vigil all finally dropped
their anchors In the protected harbors
of tlioi'r destination.
"Not only were these crews con
fronted with the normal perils of the
sea," says tho report "bdt they faced
destruction from torpedo, collision
and other unforseen accidents that
might cause fire In inflammable car
ges. It takes brave men to steam
week In and week out thru submar
ines and mlne-tnfested waters at
eight knots an hour In a ship loaded
with several thousand tons of depth
charges, T N T or poison gas, not
knowing what minute the whole
works is going to be blown to 'King
dom Come' ".
The value of a cargo ship Is realiz
ed when it Is known that under exist
ing war conditions each ship cost to
-j operate $100 every hour. Good, bad
auu inuuieruni snips, oiu or new,
fabt pr slow, were transformed by the
magic of-naval energy Into serviceable
craft. (Jnromantlc rusty tramps were
created lntumodels of efficiency by
) the halo of a dazzling camouflage.
The personnel of the Naval Over
seas Transportation Service at the
present time includes 5,000 officers
mid 45,000 enlisted men.
The echoes of the birthday com
memorations of Abraham, Lincoln,
who saved tho republic to liberty
have, hardly ceased until we should
stop in our hurried rush of life to
study and admire the illustrious char
acter of George Washington, ho whom
God found best Jltyed to lay tho foun
dation of this great republic. If wo
could bring to the. world's guze nt
-this time, something higher, than a
war ideal, something more In" accord
with "Peace on Earth, Good Will to
Men," we must be true, loyal Amer
icans. .Our minda are bo occupied
with our daily task$ thawo need to
learn more of-the valuo and worth of
those who have made our country
what It Is.
At the meeting this evening after
the election of Delegates to the de
partment convention, which will be
held at The Dalles some time In June,
the officers whp have been recently"
elected will bo installed by Mrs. Mln-
fuie D. Sargeant, Dept. I and I. officer,
atyer which refreshments will bo
served and tho following program
rendered, In commemoration of
Washington's and Lincoln's birthdays;
Is "white mule," so tne ropqn goei.
altbo the value of all of It will great
ly deteriorate on Teaching tho Cali
lw-tfllllMLHkiiV ,? Im IslMa.
MrADOO VBNIKS IHM.ITICAL AIMS.
SANTA BARBARA,' CA1.. Feb. 17.
Mention of the names of William 1
G. McAdoo as a probable presidential
candidate has b'rought forth a state
ment from J. M. Schafcr. prlvato sec
retary to the former secretary of tlio
"Mr. McAdoo has no designs poli
tical whatever, Mr. McAdoo la en
tirely out of politics for tho present
at least and is devoting his time sole
ly to bis private affairs and the pur
suit of health. He la gaining weight
and rapidly approaching big normal
lgor under the influence of rest and
motoring on tho shorert of tho Paci
I William roxprc-tt
LAST PERFORMANCE TONIGHT JAT THE LIBERTY
TO VISIT BUNNY SOUTH.
PIIOVHS TO Hi: RASCAL.
I.KTUKNH TO Run Kill KG.
Mrs, Althou Burton, who lini Ixin
nnvaftiii n..i t-i. i? n., I visiting in nianiniii runs lor mo
B. Coon, former Duniniulr paitmast-' ,mst two woe'"' "w- "" '"urn
cr, was found guilty in District Judgo ,n t0 ,,or nomo ,n "osoburg Bhe
William C. Van Fleet's court on a'wn" eronipanld.l by Mrs. Horner Col
charge of defalcation of postal Bav.( "no nl clilldron. who oxpoct to inulic
IngB during his Incumbency us Post-'" vl8lt ,n "mt ""
mastor some fle 'months ago. Ac
Star Spangled Banner
Invocation First 'Verse of Amorlca
Washington and Lincoln Mrs, Chas.
Vocal Solo Miss Verda Cozad
Benediction Last Verse of America
RETURNS TO RANCH.
S. K. McKenzle, who has been em
ployed at tho City Transfer Company
hero since last Docembor has loft
for his ranch in the Pine Grove dis
trict whore ho will remain In the future.
NKW ROY ARRIVES
H FALLS OREGON tfSw I
L'WHBfTE, PARTICULAR PEOPLE KJ ,
SUV THEIR DRUGS lACiTugACYl
m;w ir.iciinn here
Miss Alice E, Tompkins, who is to
take tho placo of Frank Sexton as
principal of the Malln School came
in Saturday night from Cascade
See Charles S. Hood, Klamath
Agency, for Indian gracing lands and
An eight pound boy arrived Satur
day nt the homo of Mr. aud Mrs. W.
E, Perkins In Hot Springs addition.
Tho young man has been named Rob
ert Perkins. Dr. G. A. Mawioy was
in attendance. Mother and cTilld are
reported doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson loft
this morning for Los Angeles, where
they expect to remain for an Indefinite-
time. Mr. Johnson has been em
ployed as a machlncst tn the Central
Garage in this city.
Again we thank thee.
A word to the wise Is sufficient.
Here It Is: We have a lot of snaps
in the way of bargains.
No, dear; not tho snap that Ginger
had, but similar.
It you need sllverwars, you should
J see ours.
There Is to be a cnnsiening Boon,
as Klamath Falls had a "little sun."
J)Id you see tho bud vases? Won
dorful, Wo have a number of cut
glass and hand painted china In bar
Don't forget the alarm clocks. We
ain't got them ln tho window; but to
morrow. Some beautiful new brace
let watches, $18,57 and $32.50, spe
We havo the diamond rings in vari
ous sized stones.
Slavery rings in 14K only; all sizes.
- Have you anything you want en
graved 7 Wo'll sell yer old gold and
silver. -Taln't worth adam If It don't
afford you pleasure. It can bo made
Into articles that you can uuo and
you get tho good Of it while you live..
Not long ago an American knocked
at tho Pearly Gates and asked admit
tance. Gave his name, and his record
waj looKoa up.. They torn him he
cording to tho findings Coon wan
short In his postal savings about $2,
000, Out of his property in Duns
mulr ho was able to refund tho mon
ey to tho eccurlty company that had
met the deficit In tho postal funds.
Coon was utistnl from tho post
tlon and left tlio town, but wns arrest- j
ed in Redding Jatcr on a federal!
grand jury Indictment and taken to
Sacramento for his hearing. Cooh
has a family.
rKDERAIi OFriCLRS RERK.
Federal officers J. E. Flanders and
Price Recob of Tucoma and I'oitland
who are well known In Klamath
Fa lb arc here foi a short tlmo on
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED To lease for yoar, 5 or 0
room houso In good location ; no
children. Notify Horald. 17-41 I
FOR 'RENT Furnished two-room
apartment, 102 Main. Phono 300
FOR SAI.F-tl.'sno t ooni Modern
house; furnnin: lawn: fruit tree".
Terms. 210 "offer, cm H', lMt
FORMER RESIDENT HERE.
Hunter Savldgo, who formerly re
sided In this city and was a partner wflH . tilfi wronlr niac.
In the Savldgo Brothers Lumber Com-1 "But." ho said, "I've been to the
pany and who Is now located In Sari'otncr pnice, ana tneros no room, and
Francisco, came 'In Inst night for a I "'-" ' lX' fl,r.
.m..j w ... iu, Hl.llHtlHll, UVW
short business visit. He left for Chll
oquln this morning, , .
Main street, between Sixth and Sev
MOOSE HALL DANCE
Tuesday night will be
Dancing Night at Moose
Hall. Peerleia Orches
tra with the best of mu
ic. Everybody invited,
Tuesday night Gents,
90c, ladies free.
Brilliant, sparkling dlir
iiioiids, in mountings
of puro gold quality
and beauty worthy of
tlio plodgb of true lovo.
An Upp diamond, ia al
ways a good ; gum to
buy. It Is a high grado
stone, and the utmost
in diamond valuo for
Tiffany Solitaire Rings,
$10,50 to $200.00
$10,00 to $C0.OO
Frank M. Upp
Alt Main Street
Fine Watrh Repairing
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