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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
. I 'I IB.
'COURT ROOM PACKED
AT GARRISON TRIAL
"SrTTI.K. Stay i!. Witnesses for
tho prosecution nro now on tho stand
at llio Huth Garrison trial for tho
"cJnlor of Mrs. 1. SI. Storrs. Tho do
SLOC.W ON HACK OF nilVKJOFjsid't " bosldo hor mother.
IS .11, SI Sturm, w ho was recently nr-
IfrMlTd In Ok
"Joy Night at Chautauqua" 'W10I
".. ' m p: & 1
l.mnrits m:n ivi i
HA Mi is
TMtrd 111 Okanogan county on n fol-
Ijjny'chnrgo nnil brought hero to test
If In number case, may take the
stmd In tho felony trial. .Miss Garrl-
"on wont w lion the coroner testified
Tho defense cross oMitulucd no wit
Another letter Inn Iveu recehed w-es- Tho Court room Is packet1
by the Klamath Stato Hank com- w't" spectators
in imi I In it f.ironihlv on tho slouan that '
Institution Ims pUced on tho hack of
Its chocks, and Is an Judication that
the advertising is attracting .-men-tion
Just where It a alined at
Follow ing ! a letter received yes
terday by Cashier Ida H Slom.xer,
from the American National Dank of
"Sly attention has been called to an oTIU.K Tllll
article appearing In "Tho Heralit
commenting on tile slogan which you
are printing on the backs of your
checks. This Is fine work, and I eotr
pllment you on your orlglnallt).
Wishing you continued and In
creased success, I am.
Very truly yours,
GEO. N O'HRIKN. President."
win. hi: sti:t.
Kl IIKSIMTK 1'lltK WHICH l
Jl'ltKI) TWO OF Till: IIKJ
FliAXKS KAItl.Y YKSTKIUUY
RUNAWAY TRAIN AT
. LAMM LUMBER CAMP
NKW YORK. Slay 6. Flro nt the
naval air station at Hockaway Poach
yesterday damaged tho naval sea-j
planes NCI and NC4 which jurn lo
Negligence of one of the employee today. The hlaxe started from an
In performing routine tasks on thejl electric park Igniting tho .tiuollito.
logging road at the Lamm Lumber Tho 'start Is to be made to Hy In
Camp In the Odessa section last Frl-. spite of the mishap,
day Is siren as the cause of the run- m
away train which started dawn the
track at a headlong "pace and Van for
a distance of a quarter of a mile be
fore being slipped by the automatic
devices which It was equipped. For
tunately no one was injured and no
serious damage resulted from the accident.
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SlnrrUouii, A In.
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I'.iikIuiiiI. Uutiy May
Chwntwrlln. Claud It
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of Fn.iH'rty of llnlrtkrn Kuto. Washington, cuudn U
Notice Is Hornby Given, That thn . Mry J
iindomlgtiod administrator of tho on- Prmttm. 8lvl K.
Into of Christ Dlodrlkmin. dnrtmiud. l....i. i...
tlons existing now In Russia under VANTi: To trade for milch cow. will on or after tho 17th day of .May. . '
this regime, thnt fhlrly mado tho ami work or driving mam Harry Tel- 119. "ell nt prlvalo unto for cih In "'" '- '
li.nrn l,lv.,r with hnrrnr nir. mini.. ' ford Ihoilo 1STF13 fi.3l tlUlul. lllO following dnitCrlllOll IWT' llurni, J II
Tho lnt night or Clmutniiqiia Is "Joy Mclit " It N going to ho tho hniplrsl. hlggeit night of the yeiir and JikK
nitr! with "minimi fireworks." Coming ii the foitlitro .iilorlnlnors fr IhN Init night l Hi Unrl lllili Concrrt
Comiuiny. Fresh from r"viit successes on the F.nlern clniills, the lllpplos aro lirllitflng llio nnple. "'iploil"
musical progniiu on tho platform. I'laiiologiies. vlnlln. Unto. x)iiphniio and Iroiiib.uio -nlos liuornutrii Willi iluela.
trlo-s and vnm-mbles will roiintltute.thU uuiisunl oiniliig of imi'le. rlimlng llio IiIb wii'k In a veritable "bliuo of glory."
CHAUTAUQUA WEEK, KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
May 25th to 30th, 1919.
start today on he first leg cf theahovk, 0cment ani itolshovlkl prln-, TOO LATE TO CI ASSIFY NoMrr of Mlu of IVrnniil I'mpefty
flli-hl nrrn.. thn illnnllr Ou. Thn . . ... IVIULftIL IV! V.LUJir I .l.i..l.;... .. i.i. ujl-
" - -- ......... - ' cipies was snot at tno audience with i w.,iiMy
wings of the former boat wero iles-.n Btralght balls double shoots nmi 191S CIIKVROI.KT. run 6000 mllos.
troyeo out tney may no ropairo.i lor ut drons and stnrtllnc .llsolosuros of I nwondorful condition. $660 Dun
n ft aI faiti mi '
the real moral and economic condi
tion Auto Co
XKW AHItlVAIJ COSIIXC FAST.
The following births are reported
by Dr. (leorge I. Wright, Sunday, Slay
Ho asserted his readiness for personal
initial properly boloiiglng to tho said
BONOS MUST BE
lt-liirf Vul f!ti
L'nn ii lvt c..... i -.... ... ...iu itttlnln. vi
combat with Lloyd Ocorgo. Clemen-, w,lhViPCirlc stovo and bath . IM On llulrk nutomeblle: onn cortlf- "". " J
ceau. President Wilson or any ne sixth. I'hono :16. 6-3t ,lruto of lu nharo of tho capllal slook Campbell, Duncan
olso who would mako any kind of a . of tho Vulran Flro Insurance Co of HiiIIIvkii, Ruby lo .. It
compromise with those "Carbuncles" NUHHB wants maternity cases to uaKiami. caiirornia. otm suit cao
,.,. ... r n ,-, - . , . .. .. . ram ior nt nor nntnit ais .'vortit " iv,,'iiti uinu iiiiii'n ur imiiniiHi
tin ui .ir. uuu Jim. v.. I-. .ivciiiiui ui ; wno snouiu an do inrown overnoaru ... (h . g t effects l.owln, II N II
I'oe alley, a daughter Alice Hum.' In the middle of tho Atlantic nnd left l ,ny and all of said mentioned wr-
...uiiuu .nu) jui to .ur. uuu aira. , , tu swim to some isiana wncro iney WANTED To borrow bQ0 for six 'opal properly may oe seen ami ox- Tlie Krrnt popularity nf the TfSttt
E. Young of Bray, at the Klamath might run things to suit themselres honth or year. Ilea tsoctiritle; nnilnod. at my place of liunlnom In er, iw cost Cncnuiteeil W tat,
General Hospital, a daughter Flor-.und not try lo stir up troublo and best Interest. Addrmi Frank Bchlat- Slerrlll. Oregon. Idr l rrflrctnl In the fuel thst fi
ence Pearl and this morning .to Sir. continually "rock the boat" In this
andjSIrs. Herbert Lester at Sit. Lakl. country.
Herbert Wray . i Mr. Sunday pictured In a most In-
i teresting way, tho perfidy of Hone-
diet Arnold In his Infamous treachery
rt l?v'ii in iv-XTL'n Lm
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CIIUUS VISITORS (to his country and told how tho tab.; ,;,,. JS r,.WIir,, f r,urn,, to
, let which had neon prepared tor his )irald office.
The ladles of the Prosbyterinn
church have arranged to nrovidn a
COUXTV HAS OVKIt lU'XDRKU lunch for the town visitors en circus
THOUSAND DOLLARS VKT TO tiny. Slay 12th. and have socuro.l the
0 IX FKW DAVS RFIAIXIXO. quarters formerly occupied by thu
SUNDAY'S TALK WILL Hi:LP- Dixie rehtuurant on Slain street be-
ui-m Seventh and Eighth streets.
the lctor- t-oan xotal tor KUm- sapdwhpj,, .loughnuts. coffee and
am county lias nor reacneu $
rpfrshmpnts will lit
ilAfi nrifl lo irrntliinlltf oit-AllIni lt.il
, . . ' ... 'pn this occasion.
.big Impetus is necessary, i 11 3.000;- m
. . uc u.u .,. - ,., J-",sy.CON(JKKSS TO
iiiainiui; ui me campaign, accoruing,
fine record would forever remain a
blank because he had neglected tho CARPKNTKRS" LOCAL NO. 190 will
oonortunltv to mako eood as some boUl r(l!ul,r meellnR on tho eve
opportunit) to mnKo goon as somt lj)K of M .t ftl y,,,,,,,,,.,, ullrnry
people todoy aro neglecting tho op- bIllB -.30 p , j volmor.
portunlty to buy victory bonds. , secretary 6-2t
He concludad with tho pathetfu pic-
turo of a crlppln newsboy of tlarv. XOTM'H,
, .. . ,, ... , . A now chapter of tho P K O Sister-
Indiana who gavo his withered leg ,,,, , j((nK rKIinUo,, , Klamath
to save tho life of n sick girl In New, KuIIk. If tlicro uro niembors of other
tor, Hernia ortlco. 6-lt """ r mo uurrnaso oi niu prii- , 0.M ,i.i. nriifrriite roaisMtk.
erty will !w received at my placil of ...", . ' rnnumim.
ONK HUNDRKD HEAD work horses business and address. Slorrlll.Oroeon, fo hu,lnP. A.k Chllcnte Mil
muics ror h re. aims Kr- "r "'"" "" "" "'" w" ineti i mk,.u, ), xkW into imiIIcIm. HI
alln. Oro 6-lmo 'iy attorney. K L. Elliott. SU-:H mW,Ul '"" ' r'" ',
wiiius uuntiing, Kiamain roim, uro.
I Tho above motitlonud prop.r'y to
be sold under and by vlrtuo of an
i order of sale matin upon application
lof tho undersigned administrator to
tho Hon R II llunnoll, JmUo
county court of Klamath County, Or
egon. J II. HOMIIS.
Administrator of the Estate of
I Chris Dlodrlkseii, deceased.
, ii-11 Slerrlll, Oregon.
iiniiviu.Y .iiiii"r .ii'Vi; tk.T
to an announcement made today.'Ttl'' ,
is the amount which has gone t -WASHINOTOX. l. C Slay 0.- In
the banks. T .. , ,
,. , ,. ,. , . jtlmatlon that a special so.islon of
ilany of the city precincts are How . , ... ,' . ,
,, . , . .. ,c-, '.ongresK will he called about tlf
well over the top and the city ha.sar-..r , , ,
., - , , . ,. ' jlrsu.of June by President Wli-ion s
comparatively short dlFtance- to gpasy- , , ,
' . , . .. . , , r-Tcontalned in confidential mcKungea
to reach it.', quota but the outside seC'-Fri:' ... .,,,.,
.. . , , . . . '.Jjtwt received from Paris. It !n i.s
tlons which are harder to reach antlF'K , ., . L . , . ,,, ,
u. ; ... ., , lule that the special session will bo
"cm ,,uui U.4 c wti, nninci lu icr 1 .
York nnd lost his Iifo na u result. chnplers rosldlug hero will
Owing to the great tleslro to have P'""" commtinlcnto with .Mrs
him hero one more day. Sir. Sunday
lias decided to remain over until
tomorrow morning and will preach at
the tabomnclu again tonight. A col
lection was taken nt tho mooting last
night to help defray the building ex
penses, which totaled 1S5.00
hack to paris now.
PARIS. Slay 0. -Premier Orlando
and Huron Sonulno retutnod to ".iris
What Is jour I ilea of n nation's
ruler n man of his word and u be
liever In lofty Ideals or ono it, vhoiii
they . his bond Is "a scrap of paper' ' The
R. ( . rhararter of two such men will
C-1,' clearly showli In "The (Ireal Victory.
j Wilson or tho Kulser? The Fall of
the lluhuiizolloriiH," with tin all-star
east (it the Liberty theatre tonight I
Dr. James' Headache Powdmrt-
lieve at onco 10 cnU I
"N beer no vork," will prohibit
subside Into near beer hiul near
You take Ur Jro' liniuU
l..w.l..F n.l In liut ffW mOOttU
'" ymir licsd rlcsts n.l ll Brl(i il
tllirrM vmiutiM, ii iot i
n,l .iirmt rnllnf far lin4b. sbUt
lull ll.rnlilJnL-. ipllttloif Of IKHt
rnrklng, Snd somrun to III iH
rUno nmi grt dim fuVup w.
Dull .nirnrlnir It'n to nwJIf". '
j woik Ronton Iteriild
nrr 'mi gH IT Milieu- ll'"
Pnii.r thru th'r will Uf oo dm?
'tl lit lllrli t-
It Is believed that the stirring ad
dress of "Hilly" Sunday last even'
Ing will have a bis effect in stlmU'
latlng the subscriptions here
called earlier If the sltuntlou .it I'rrls
C .' "
, CHINA WANTS PLACE IN SHOW,
CONVICTION OF FOUR
, PARIS, Slay C. The Chinese dele
gation has appealed to President Wll-
iso'ij'to Intercede with tho Conference
officials to have China Included
TRAITORS IS UPHELD among thp powers permitted to at
tend the presentation of the trent
tomorrow Th" name of China Is nol
SAN FRANCISCO, Slay C. The on the list with the thirteen stittei
conviction and sentence of Hulet so privileged.
Welts, Sam Sadler, Slorrls Pass audi
Joe Pass of Seattle for n conspiracy SPECIAL NOTICE.
Special Prices in the Men s Department
Everyday Needs of Dependable Merchandise at Special Prices
to overthrow the act declaring war
on Germany has been upheld by tho! Owing to a inlxup In the films at'
rederal Circuit court of Appeals. t10 Liberty Theatre, Instead of "Tho
Tho men were sentenced to two0r(.at victory." as announced, tho
tars for Isbulng a circular as mem-1 p,cturo wm ))0 ..Tho Great llo-
bcrs of "No Conscription League, No.' ... r,....llr,.,i i,v Harold Lock-
GO TO I-'OHT KLAMATH.
County Agricultural Agent E. H.
Thomas and Industrial 'Club Louder
Frank Sexton, have gone to Fort
Klamath on matters of business to
1IO.ME ON I-TKLOCfilf.
Private G. H. Aleserve, who has
been in Siberia Mx months and who
has recently been sent, home and
placed In the hospital on account ol
tho Influenza Is In Klamath FalU
from the Presidio for a short fur
lough with hlB wife,"
Owing to a inlxup in the films at
tho Liberty Theatre, Instead of "The
Great Victory," us announced, tho
picture will bo "The Great "Ito-
niance," featured by Harold Lo
(Continued from page 1)
side' of tho Ulndenburg line, says Sir.
Sunday. "You cun't bluff God," ho is
always on tho side of the winner. Ger
many struck like a rattlesnuke and
threatened tho lifo of this nation nnd
wo liavo licked the tar out hor bunch
of rough necks. Now that it is over
wo don'twant any of her money or
any of hor lip either,
Mr. Sunday stated that if bo was
lu Paris and treating with tho Gor
man delegation, a lot of this palavor
Igtglving tho eiioiny tltno to "consld
on'iitho terms of peace would bo mat
erially shortened, in fact thoy would
boxfleated at tho table, shown a cer
tain: dotted lino and given fiftoon
yinutes to affix their signatures.
A scathing denunciation of tho Dol-
ATHLETIC UNION SUITS $1.00
Made of good quality check Nainsook, sleeveless and
, BALBRIGGAN UNION SUITS $1.00
Light summer weight Union Suits, long sleeves and
ankle length. ,
COOPER'S UNION SUITS FOR MEN
LOT 1 Nainsook checks, sleeveless and knee length ;
price , : $1.50
LOT 2 Fine Lisle in short sleeve, ankle length, also in
stouts; white or ecru; price $2.00
LOT 3 Fine Silk Lisle in white only, short sleeve, an
kle length; looks like silk; price $2.50
. NOT-A-SEME HOSE FOR MEN
We have the fine Lisle Seamless Hose in white, navy,
brown, gray and champagne; price , 45c
HEAVY-MULESKIN GLOVES, 75c
handling lumber or -rough work.
MEN'S BIB'OVERALLS $1.75
Good heavy Denim, full cut and extra w-ii ni:L-
MEN'S KHAKI PANTS ,
Exceedingly good values in various weight-1
$1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50.
.MEN'S LIGHT SUMMER HATS
Just the things for warm days; colore blue, brown
and grey; special price
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, 65c
Made of Chambray in blue or gray, sizes 15' L to l7,
MEN'S TAN AND BLACK SOX, 19c
We formerly sold these sox for 25c; medium wcigM
cotton, anc) especially good for everyday wear.
J. F. MAGUIRE CO.
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