The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 21, 1919, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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ECONOMIC
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LONDON Correspondence of tho
Associated Press An economic bat
tle Is being waged over tho 1,500,000
unemployed women of tho country
who earned good wages chiefly as mu
nitions workers during tho war. Some
English newspapers and commenta
tors are asking if n sex war is one of
tho sinister possibilities of the future-.
They point out that the situ
ation is more dangerous than when
tho suffragettes were wont to smash
windows and terrorize tho London
police, because tho women did not
then know the full measure of their
power.
Since the armistice was signed it
has become more and more apparent
that these 1,500,000 women workers
NOW ICED
ENGLISH UN
No More Leather
At the close of the war, European manufacturers instructed
their agents in this country to buy them a supply of leather,
and they did. American manufacturers, whose stocks were at
bedrock, had to go into the market and bid against them, with
the result that the price of leather Is higher now than ever be
fore In our history. And, what Is worse, there Is no more
leather on the market. That Is why shoes are going to be
higher this 3 ear than ecr before.
I have just received a shipment of shoes I bought last
August that tells n story in Itself. 1 am not going to in
crease the price of these shoes with the market. Therefore,
jou save from IS to SO per cent. I am going to, do the same
tiling with all the shoes in my store. Hut when I replace my
stock prices will be higher.
Whether jou need shoes now or later, this is the time to
buy, for they are going to be higher. You know, I guarantee
ever) pair of shoes I sell. You can get no better, and this will
be your last chance to buy at present prices.
BRADLEY'S SHOE STORE
727 MAIN STREET
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GARICH'S GROCERY NEWS
VOLUME I.
EDITORIAL
In th lb issue of Garich's Grocery
News we have something that will
interest every housewife In Klam
ath County.
Both in Price and Quality we
are giving you an opportunity to
purchase your supply of canned
fruits and vegetables at lower
prices than has been offered for
the past two years.
These goods will be open and
on display for your inspection and
Judgment as to quality. The
Whlttier Tomatoes are grown and
packed at Whlttier, Calif., one of
the best tomato raising sections in
California, and noted for their fine
flavor. The Peas are grown and
packed by Van Allen Cannery com
pany of Utah, who have a wide
reputation as packers of Quality
Products.
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MORE BUSINESS
'would hne to return to prlvafo llfo
so as to kIo. opportunity of employ
ment for returning soldiers. Hut they
have not accepted the situation with
good grace, and hao answered tho
challenge of tho economic condition
by strong organiratlons whoso avow
ed intention is to safeguard tho posi
tion of women in Industry.
The most important of these Is
Lady Hhondtla's miwl Inaugurated
Women's Industrial League, which
has opened ofllces In London and sent
organltcrs Into all parts of tho coun
try Lady Khoilila s plans are moxycii
with suspicion and some measure of
distrust by professional women labor
leaders ,
Dr Marion Phillips, chlof woman
officer of the labor party, asserts that
tho agitation conducted by Lady
Rhondda's league Is calculated to
lead to bitterness and sex strife be
tween men and women workers
I Our Furmaldcjnc is full strength
nnii full mmsurp. You net what jmi
pa for In ccry Instance when on
ninke jour purchases at the Star.
KcryboUy should learn to swim.
lint Snrlnfrs swlmmlnc tank Is tho
pince to learn. 21-2t
Parisian Millinery Shop
Does not stand for "High
Price," but it does stand
for as good, honest worth -
as you can find in any hat
made. X.
Distinctive style in hats f
that appeals to every wo-
man's personality. j:
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Beauty Shop
in .connection
Manicuring
Massaging
Scalp Treatment
Shampooing
Miriiiii-,,rM-W,W-sa WW"WWXi
519 Main St.
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH
SAVE YOUR $ 9 $ 8 ' BY
TRADING AT GARICH'S
ON SALE SATURDAY, .MONDAY
AND TUESDAY
Whlttier Brand Tomatoes
Per tan i8c
Per case, 2 dozen $1.23
Van Allen's Early June Pen
(Quality)
Per can .. . 2Uc
Per case, 2 dozen $5.30
Vaitylllcn's Sugar Peat.
Al Standard.
Per can .. . ,. 20c
Per case. 2 dozen K-i.rr.i
Standard Corn
Por can igc-
Per case, 2 dozen S4.IM)
Fancj S)rup Packed Apricot
Per can 37c
Standard Apricots
Per can 30e
Kentucky Cut String Beans
Per can jjoc
Per case, 2 dozen $1,75
Con Milk Libb'H or Carnation
Por caso , $o.7,'S
FIRST CLASS GOODS
MANV MKA1CAN HAXIUTK KII.I.KI)
JAIUIES. March 21 Government
troops under General Sunzua routed
tho Villa forces under Martin Lopez,
Wednesday, seventy miles south of
hero. Suuzuu has reported that Lo
pez, Felipe Unrtnez, another famous
Villa general, Itamon Vega and forty
other officers wore slain
Nettlctun Shoes
-0-2t K. K. K. STORE.
An extensive array of imported ami
domestic creations In llowers, wings,
fancies, ornaments, ribbons, crepes,
veils and veilings.
GERTRl'HE A tXh,
.VJT Main Street.
21-2t
NKW LOCAL MANAGER 1IKHK
i K. M. Decker, it s n'poite'l w It
be tlie now loc.il u.asi tcor f the ai
K Lumber Oompau). has nrrhed
from San Francisco to assume his
new duties. K. J. Grant who prevl-
ousi) held this positio'i, is still with
the company but will miidj in Los
Angeles. v
LANGKLL VALLEY MAN HERE
U F Tuttle. a well known rancher
in Langull Valley, Is In Klamath Palls
for a few das on matters of busi
ness. Mr. Tuttle was recently injur
ed by a kick from a horse, but is now
well again.
Remington firea'ms and ammuni
tions wore awarded Grand Prize at
Panama Pacific Exposition. 19-12t
Knov Hats
20-2t
K. K. K. STORE.
Ask Cliilcotc & Smith about the
VOW COST life, accident anil health
policies of the Traiclers. 1-tf
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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FOR SALE. CHEAP Motor boat, 241
, feet, 12 h.-p. Address Box 3S5. I
21-61
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FOR SALE S. C. Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching, $1 25 for 15. E.'
French, phone 296J 2 1-tf
WANTED Help for housework. Dr.
A. A. Soule. 21-31 I
TEAMS WANTED To skid logs by,
centract: work to start about
April 1st. Lamm Lumber Co. 21-6t
LOST Watch charm, black arrow 1
head, set in gold band. Return to '
Herald office; reward. 21-3t
OWNER is offering an attractive,
modern 6-room bungalow at a bar-
.vgaln if sold at once, and can be had
on easy terms. For further particu
lars address "Owner," Herald office
21-2t
DANCING
Private lesson's in Select Ball
room Dances ut the
OPERA HOUSE
Ever) afternoon, S:30 to 5:30.
By Appointment. Phone ,1.11
MR. FRED KILLENDAHL
INSTRUCTOR
liiliitiS
FOR CHINESE NOODLES
TAMALES & CHILI CON CARNE
Arnold's Chili Parlors
Corner Sixth mid Klamath
WssWNVAKsSAsrsi
SI. 1010
NUMBER 0
COMPARE THESE PRICES
WITH AVHAT YOU HAVE
BEEN PAYING
JUST RECEIVED ,OUR WEEK
LY SHIPMENT OK TKIMIM7
COOKIES FRESH FROM THE
FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT. . .
FLORIDA GRAI'i; F1HUT,
FANCY ORANGES
NEWTON APPLES
NICE BANANAS
Watch our newspapor for our
announcement and display of
TUBROSE Can Goods, A com
plete line of High Grade, Quality
merchandise. Exclusive Distrib
utors for Klamath Palls,
BETTER SERVICE
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PROMPTLY FILLED
HOSIERY SALE
100 pairs fine grade
cotton hose, all sizes,
in black, a good 85c
value, on sale Satur
day at 25c
New Arrivals in Spring Suits, Coats, Dresses
NEW DOLMAN
From $25.00
NEW CAPES IN NAVY AND TAN
From $25.00 to $50.00 Each
NEW TAFFETA SILK DRESSES
From $15.00 to $45.00 Each
NEW CREPE DE CHINE DRESSES
From $25.00 to $50.00 Each
NEW FANCY GEORGETTE WAISTS
From $6.48 to $13.50 Each
SEE OUR NEW HOUSE DRESSES
SEE OUR NEW RAIN COATS
WHITE VOILE WAISTS, $1.50 values
SATURDAY, $1.00 EACH
25c Sale
French Nainsook
nn Inches wide, line quality.
Reg. 40c value, Tills sale, )nrd,
25c
. Huck Towels
Idirge Hire, good heavy grade.
Sold regularly ut ;l5c. On sulc
Saturday, each,
25c
Saturday Sale of Corsets
Wc have Just received a big
Mhipment of' the celebrated Mil
ler Brothers Corsets, which we
will place on Mile Saturday.
CorsclN that lire worth $1.50.
Special Snturday, pair,
98c
Women's New Model Corsets,
In flesh and white; regular Sil
value. Sale price, pair,
$1.98
Women's Corsets with rubber
top; cheap at $3.00. Hnl'j price,
pair,
$1.98
Fancy Bralssercs, lace trim
med, nil sizes; very special Sat
urday, 59c
AGENTS FOR
NEMO CORSETS
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SATURDAY SALE
Women's White Kid Gloves,
all sizes; very special, pair,
$2.00
DO IT NOW
Order a can of that
Wellman Fruit Salad
We're sure you will be more than pleased with it
WE HAVE JUS.T RECEIVED
More than a docn kinds of tho 117 varieties In the HEINZ line
of pickles, relishes, cutsup, beefsteak sauce, etc., etc., v, liidi
ecry housewife knows Is far superior to unjthlng In this line.
Ask us about them. Give us your order over the phone, and
hco our window display. We are anxious to serif, and jour
Interest is our Interest.
YOU WILL GET THE BEST, for the least
money, when you order WELLMAN, or MORN
ING GLORY COFFEE.
Satisfaction, or Money Back
THE SUNSET GROCERY
PHONE 200
The Woman's Store
H. N. MOE, Prop.
COATS
Up
of White
Bleached Muslin
Fine soft finish iiiiiiIII) ; sold
regularly at IWc; this Mile, )nl
' 25c
Bath Towels
Itiirgo xle hlearheil, liciixj
.weight, real :S.i- grade. On
nlc Saturday, each, '
25c
OF GOOD GLOVES
Women' Chumolsctle Glotes,
white with black stitching, nil
size; special, pair,
$1.00
912 MAIN
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Goods Saturday 25c
Cameo Cambric
I'lue cimllt for iindeinrnr:
miR llnMi. il.V imllt. Salur
il.ij, iud,
25c
Berkeley Cambric
I'uil ::i Iniiiei lli; Mild
icgufiiil) nl :Mr. On hide Siit
uriliij, jiinl,
25c
Saturday Sale of
Underwear
Itniiillllll nru lliigi'ile gomis
Mini entrlope ilirtiiiie In match,
ill el trltniMiil, Sprilnleiu li,
$2.48
Women' t'liluti Suits In tlglit
mid lne Knee. Spcdnl, suit,
69c
Women's Union Suits, bodice
top, lllil Uiicc, In while and
llrsli, Spe iiil, Mill,
$1.39
omen's hii)rr Silk Top
Union Soils, In llrsli mill while,
ill sizes, KSI.OO :illir. null,
$2.75
Women's I nlnn Suits, tight
mid loosi (.nee, in white. Spe
ilnl, soil,
89c
Women's Itodiie Vests, with
band lop, Speilal, each,
75c
SOU' AGENTS FOR FOREST
MILLS CNDI'llWEAR
SATURDAY SALE OF GOOD GLOVES
knjser's Patent Tip Silk
(loies, In Inn and gra), good
iiialll,; special, pair,
59c
MOTOR CAR SALE -
Now being conducted at Vancouver Barracks,
Vancouver, Washington, by the
United States Spruce
Motor Trucks, 1 2 to 5 ton, $1,000 to $4,200
Trailers, 2'2 to 5 ton, $400 to $1,000
Fords, $300 to $450
Also a few passenger cars of other makes. All
cars carry prices plainly marked. Come and
see and buy
Fur fuither Information address Automobile
llepl., Sales Hoard, Culled States Spruce l'ro
ihiillou Corporation, Yeon llldg., Portland, Ore.
POSTAGE AND
EXPRESS PREPAID
100 cans of Colg.iVs
lieat quality rTal nn
Powder, sold reguhr.
ly at 80c, on sale Sat
urday at i9c
NAVY BLUE SUITS
$25.00 to $75.00 Each
NEW WOOL JERSEY SUITS
At $27.50 to $40.00 Each
PALMER'S SUITS AND COATS
From $25.00 to $75.00 Each
NEW WOOL JERSEY DRESSES
From $19.98 to $35.00 Each
NEW FANCY WALKING SKIRTS
From $8.48 to $22.50
SEE OUR NEW UMBRELLAS
WHITE VOILE WAISTS, $2.50 values
SATURDAY, $1.89 EACH
Long Cloth
iin Inches) wide, fine gsdr,
regular 40c ittatlt. This sale,
)arl,
' 25c
Embroideries
Wide Embroidery FloiiiiriiiK
mid Corset Cm its; wiliies up
In AOr. On sale Saturdn). )nrd,
25c
Daisy Crepe
."III Inches. In white and llesh:
n line clutli for llii-rlr. 10c
nines. This sale, aiil,
30c
Pillow Tubing
l.f-llirli Wenrwill Tulilng.
Koi Ml iUiillty; sold reguhirl) nt
Or. On sale Saturday, jiinl,
35c .
Foo Chow Pongee
Smooth finish, per )iird,
$1.39, $1.48, $1.75
New Printed Pongee
In lM-alitlf.ill pallrrns for trim
mliig, run I,
$1.85
Pongee Silk
.1IMI jardi line grade Import
ed I'migiii Silk, lUi Inches wide;
a splendid I.OO (iialit). Hnle
price, ard,
79c
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hlnek, tan, gra and while. "
l.es, i.3 grade; spinliil, plr.
$1.29
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