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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
1 ORGAN S
pomtment ot J W. Ferguson, Demo
oral, nnd Will T Kirk. Keputillcuu
ami tlie retirement of H.uve Heck
Willi nuil Wiltiml Allen, will in no
manner Interfere 1 1 ti th Inveiilgii
t..m of tln comuiiitloti pi-"" nml
ordered at the request of the Tort
Mini 1 nbor Council Omernor Ol
(OVI:i:M)K OMXUT XOtcr.S cott h.. asked Heckwith for his re
in n in; wn.i. iiPi-itvriTitriT stgu.itl.m Commissioner Allen's
GOD BLESS IE
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EWAUNA BOX CO. SUES ; ;1',t!?,;.,';,,,,,.Z T"Z
SOUTHERN PACIFIC AaAN111 ,m '"""' '""
iiiiltnti iiii'iu of the t niuiuin ml t ili-
( i riled ill the ii Hi t '-' lln Hi-nnhiMH strike lllliitlllliollslj Voted
i.ii iKi-.iik (oilny by American rmlorutlnn I.uliur.
SAl.l'M. tunc 21 -ilovornor Ol
cott said today that the Impending
re-org.-uiU.-it'on of the lmluMri.il ac
cident Commission, which he an
nounced Sunday, including the up-
term h.is already expired The !ov-
ernor s.ii.l lie was dtsMtNfled with
the work of the commission as nt pie
Tho time is Renins shorter every
dav for miu to ilo whnt should be
idone before the Klks got here on
VKiit H. 15 and 16 'What are you
AVe have given careful thought to securing the
articles necessary for
YOUR VACATION COMFORT
"We not only save you money, but offer a more
complete selection than you can find at the
Star Drug Co.
The jCCL Store
Klamath Falls Oregon
"Lest Ye Forget"
Remember, the "Furnisher of Happy Homes" Is still
on the Job, and is after your business, and Is In a posi
tion to furnish your home from the cellar 'o the Barret,
In nearly any class of merchandh-e that you might re
iinire. We still have a few pieces of furniture that have
not been sold, so come in and get our prices before you
I'KKKI.VS Fir.VITL'Ili: HOL'SK
& "The Furnisher of Happy Hornet,"
Photic 41 l-JO-llifl sixth Strict
i TIIT lTlir IMt.W I'll OIOMC or
I KLAMATH lOlNTV- ltO.s
who .s t.vintrn in tiii
' aikievm: J tutor
j "Ood llles the Salvation Awn? to,"
what the. did for me and for nil III.
bov ! vint to sin- the same tiling
for the Knights of Columbus nnd I he
l!d I'r w The were alwa.vs on tl i
fl'lng lihe and they were there to
help t'-e bovs. I hoH the drive for
the SaKnr'on Army will meet with
) 'he succor."! that the Inborn of the Ar
my Lassies met with away out thn'
in front "
This is the pravor anil message -f
Sargoant 15111 Illch. one of the Klai".
nth Corntv hov who went thru the
hell o the Argonne Mr lllch was!
wounded In both hands and the fine,
with shrapnel, and he speaks wllli
warmest words of praise of the or
ganizations he mentions for I tin
splendid care they gave htm He was
a niemtmr of the 91st Division. 3fMt
In fan try
if the flien
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'i iillr t'oi'tpftuv T ol-- 1 1 Hi"
let over several ' mi Mf I'm j
! i n 'lit' nll'S'il to hii '.'ti I" 'ii
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di Mil j
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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OKKtlON Tonlglil and Weill!
dm ,uh with gentle Noiltiwestorly
TO llllt tWTHONs:
JUSTICE BRANDEIS TO
THE HOLY LAND
Justice tiul D nrandcls of tho
I' S Supreme Court did nol get
to go as a mmber of Amorlra
pwace commission, bul has no
been assigned to the Palestine.
Poland. Oallcla and Kumanla to
report regarding a separate Jew
ish slate In Palestine and other
equal rights, also methods to end
massacres of thousands of Jeus
IDR. MITCHELL SHOT BY
MRS. T. F. NICHOLAS.
1 11 H"M"tUvjJ"i"l I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 IMIII-HHH! 1 I I H 1 1 1 1 1 HUH
I ppv oho
( ('iintitiuiil frnin l'iiyo I)
cared for the dug. each day becoming
more morose und melancholy, cul
minating In the shooting
Mr Nicholas, who had gone to
work, was notified and he hastened
to the side of his wife, who was plac
ed under arrest by Sheriff Humph
rey. Pending the outcome of the
shooting she was admitted to ball
and Is now under the constant care
and supervision of neighbors and her
I)r Mitchell late this afternoon
was resting easily at the Hospital.
Dr. Masses stated thut It would be
Impossible o reach any conclusion ns
to the result of the wound for two or
three davs, but that It was of an un
usually aggravated charncter. '
Mr and Mrs. Nicholas have been
residents of the county for over sev-1
fiiteen yean. Mr. Nicholas served
! " nearly two terms as mayor anil one
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IB lerill its llllliiu jijiikii III lllin til I'-'-
' ' fore coming here he was n well
Vnnwn banker of Missouri.
I lu-nner and Chnstaln have been
retained as the attorneys for Mrs.
Sturdy Shoes for Boys let them hike or play all
day and the shoes will never show it. Scouting
Shoes,in brown, tan and gray elkskin, never scuff.
Boys' Army, Munson Last, Shoes, built with good
stout soles and soft toe boxes, in all widths.
THe American Boy Shoes need no introduction.
We have them in brown and black : rminH top and
4 ' ; English lasts.
' ; ; Barefoot Sandals in all sizes- gray and brown.
; ; The most summery footwear.
:; Boys' Tennis Shoes, white canvass with rubber
:; soles, are light and easy on the feet. We carry a
:; complete line of Children's Hosiery.
Bradley Shoe Store
The Low-Rent Store
727 MAIN STREET j
Kven though the war Is at an end j
the Woman's Hellof Corps Is still
working away to muk6 life for men
who are still In tho service or hnve
been discharged, as pleasant as pos
sible. With this end In view tho loyal
women ot Klamath Falls have plan
ned a dancing party for Thursday
night, at which all army, 'navy nnd
marine men, with their wives and
sweethearts are to be their guests.
Tho dance will begin at nine
o'clock In the Houston Opera House,
and the women of the Corps are urg.
ed to see that their own husbands
are there as well as the men who
have been In the service.
Ilocfler's Centennial Chocolates In
boxes, 65c to $2,00, Harry Richard
' '"it Hug W'oilnofiit.ty morning. Juno
JJ.Mii. we will uiuke all milk do'.
!,. ti. mir iMiHtmiiH. mi ill. 1 1 1 If .m
School hill, Third Si ami t'lillfornlii !
nnd Con kit AwMuii'nln the morning
Patrons kindly put out bullies nnd
tlrk.it nriorillngly t'lTY MILK DK
( eiilenulul Chncolule rer Week
by express Harry Itlchardsou's 21-tt
saya the Good JuuW
"A nil remember it, ton."
The better the quality of your
chew, the more you'll enjoy it.
You'll et more out of your to.
ham) money, ton- you'll save
purl of it for something else.
A Niunll chew of thi quality
tobacco tastes good and it
lustt und lusts.
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put ufi in two ttyles
RIGHT CUT is n short-cut tobacco
W-H CUT is u long Itnc-cut tobacco
V Mi I
The Woman's Store
The One Store That h Best Prepared to Fill Your
Vacation Apparel Needs
- Women planning their Summer Out
stay-at-home warm weather, will find
parel that is best suited to vour nartfeu
few days off, should find you looking
Pretty Silk and Washable
Frocks For Women
In point of iii'lit) -")li" mill mmleritti"
nrlre our sbowlig of l)n-m leates noth
ing to lie iletired Silk Orenses of i'repe de
Chine Ororgt'ltt; anil Taffeta In the seiiNiiu's
best I'olorlngs Summery Dresses of Organ
die inn! Voile in cuptlvutlng tiuw styles
Priced by ,eay degrees from ST..1U, jUt-Vi,
SKi.iMl mill ni in sail. ui.
intr or in nrenaration for ovmiLo.
this ytore .splendidly ready with the ,ip-
lar requirements. .July the Ith, m-t a
your prettiest in Summer weai.ili'.
Delightful New Styles in
-lleailtlllllh bi-niled. euilirolib ' !
med, lieuislllclied and pleat, , i
lllgll llllil low lierk k1)Iih. fUl
The rolills are While. Pit ll
lllnllte. SlIUiH't Ullll tllu lllllln-r cliu.l
Of (ietirgvtle ami ('tepe de Chttn ji-i-u
lugly priced, 9.1 up to (i.1.
In Wonderful Coloring
- So beautiful are I tie) Unit
we heinlr to describe them
knowing we cannot do them
Justice Of lustrous Klher
Silk in every wunted shade or
i-ombluutloti of colors, plain
and 11D1 ell) weaves Slmpl)
Ideal for Hummer Dress wear
anil prlied al Sin ii in tuio.
For Women and Misses
Of fine While Duck nnd
(iiilatea, with largu sailor col
lar nnd laced fronts Plain and
belled styles One model has
collar unit pockets of Navy
Mine All sizes Hi!. 9'J..1), ("I
Cool and Attractive
This Is decidedly a season of
separate Skirts and wo want
you to know that our showing
Is splendid. We have many
pretty models In Piile, (lubar
(linn, Wash Satin and Wnfflo
Cloth with simple und button
trimmed pockets Scores of
styles 9U..VI to VM..10.
In Many New Styles
--Ho varied a showing of these
popular Hummer Dresses, us
we offer, makes selecting easy.
Simple and lieruffliid styles In
plaids and plain colored Ging
hams u scores of attractive,
appealing styles ami moderate
ly priced at it.,10 up to lii..H
An Unusual Display of
- Our aisle of Wash floods offers
so many Ideas for the making of
the new Summer Dress
The New Organdies
--In the daintiest of Itosebud and
larger Moral patterns, Polku
Dots and conventional designs
See our window display. They are
priced ,1i" up in gl.OO.
Striped effects and plain While
and an almost endless variety of
rolored patterns ut prices ll.lc up
lo SI. 00.
- Ileaullfiil Plaids and dainty
Checked and Striped (llnghiims In
variety for easy choosing. Scores
of patterns at enrb price. U,1c,
;i.1i", 1.1c mill I'illi-,
-Of llaroilette Satin Trlrulrlle
Kmi-la si Silk mid t ri-jn. i(.
Chine In White. Old Horn
llllles, (lold, Slher and rliange
able rolnrs Plain ami ha ml
some novelty wniim V upb-n
did showing at Ml'J..io up m s-j.'.,
In Splendid Variety
- whether milady wishes an
elabboralely designed 1'ar.imd or
the prurllrnl rolored I mbrelU.
we feel sure I lie desired ntltisllflil"
Is here Priced from l 1.1 up l
$6, $6.50 and $7
- I'nr the warm days Unit are
mining you'll want a llathlng
Suit III order lo obtain a full
meusure of Hummer comfort
These are one-piece style In
shades ot lllue and contrasting
For Outdoor Trips
- So practical for motoring or
general outdoor wear Of Poplin
und Poplin and Straw combined,
In lllues.Tan, Itose. llrown drays
and Chucked Several models at
KI.IIM to 9II.IM,
- Pliiue and Novelty Weaves
Plaids and Stripes In special
showing, .lor. 7.V. Kl.oo up t
91. .10. .
HI! Inch Khakii Clolh .T'' )''"'
For Mountain, Stream or Motoring We Suggest
Khaki Outdoor Apparel for Women
No other garment has' -the practical utility features possessed by those
made of Khaki. Good full cut, well made Middies, Skirts and Breeches that
will give wonderful service.
$2.50 and $3.50
AND SKIRTS $4.50
Of good substantial grades ofi Full rut stylos, lloth llreoolii-H
material, full button front nnd
laced yoke styles, plain und braid
trimmed coIIuih. Women's und
CHIIiimKN'S MIDDIKH, $2.00
nnd Hklrls Mutton ut sides. The
Hreeches are of double thickness
where wear Is greatest. All sizes
OlltliH' ltlllINO linKMCHKH fil
For Misses 8 to 14
One-piece Khakii affairs, bell
ed. llloomor stylo. A proctlcii
Runuunt for outing wear. Bjieciai
wom'kn'k' KHAKI JACKKTS,
IIKI.TKO MODKIi AT..- "UM'
' Play Suits and Overalls for Children
Serviceable, full cut, One-Ploco Oarmonts that fill every requirement for wear and saving of labor.
Of lllue 'und Oray plain Chambray and heavy Blue Denim. The Play Hulls come fn several attruc
tlvely trimmed stylos. Tho Overalls are sturdy nnd strong, wear resisting, All sizes.
Play Suits $1.25, $1.35 and $1.50 Overalls $1.50
Matting Lunch Boxes, Leather Trimmed, Special at 50c, 65c and 95c
H. N. MOE
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