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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMAH TFALLs, OREGON
K. J. MURltAV
(street pnwablo nud useable and
would Klw n bottor foundation for
tho paving that could thun bo laid
early next spring.
dtvo tbo property owners ovory
service nnd conslderntlon for re
member they nro paying tho bill.
Published dnlly oxcopt Sunday by
The Hernld Publishing Company of
Casaath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street. J
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th Falls, Ore, for transmission thru
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At the Theatres
One of tho chief arguments used
by opponents of the movement foi
the Inclusion of women upon Juries
l.i based upon tho objection to woui-
j en being compelled. In the oent of
the Jurors being locked up for tin
night, to remain secluded with the
The Associated I'rcs Is exclusively t u, j,lror!l. Advocates of women
lln.l tr tn tiQn fnr rnmi nllrntlnn I
. ..I .11...1.1,.. ,.,.i, r, it jury service, ihimoiit, rami' mm tun
or not otherwise credited in this pa- with plans and suggestions that
per. nnd nlso local news published would olniato this difficulty.
reln. Already In six States of the l'n-
AH rights of republication of spo- 1U ,,olm,n aro actually eligible for
cial dispatches herein nro nlso reserv- v!co o:, ,,, Jurv. K()r Now York I
'State, where at present no such eli
gibility exists, a bill hni lein drawn.
TUKSIMY. XOVlOmRR 25, 1010, for , ,et.ls,ut,ve body at Al I
bsny, and 'bo activity of the 11 ook-
KlfiUTII ST15KET ' '"" Woman's Har Association it-j
support of this legislation bids fair!
The muddle on Eighth street
seems as far from solution as ever,
"with the usual result the property
owners holding tho sack. Thero
-should never have been an exten
sion of the contract, even by impli
cation. Xow. however, that a prac
tical extension has been Riven, thero
1s no apparent outlet for tho prop
erty owners but to bow to the un
fortunate condition that has arisen
by hasty and ill-considered legisla
tion. The fact that part of tho con
tract has been undertaken, oven
after the council first forbid it and
later extended tho time of com-!
mencing operations to April first,
Taises a legal question as to lia
bility for damages that makes it a
io secure shortly
New York among
Dealing as It does In Its stor with '
n lone woman Juror, impaneled with'
eleven male Jurots In a criminal
tourt trial, tho latest super-picture
The Woman I'nder Oath, in which t
riorencu Reed plays the star role'
dramatically embodies tho case in I
point This Flitted Picture Theatres.
Inc., offering, howeur, deals with
the woman Juror subject wholly
from tho angle of dramatic enter
tainment and strength of story. It
favors neither tho advocates nor the
opponents of woman's legislation
and aims only to present a vivid and
You men who want "scr
vicc" when you buy
shoes will appreciate our
way of fittini; feet. We
know the importance of
Riving you what you
want nnd having it right.
The season's new styles
are ready the kind you
prefer; we can fit almost
any foot wide; narrow,
long or short.
Buying shoes licre Is
pleasure try us.
We lend, others follow
:: .. M. to 11:00 l. M.
::$ . M. to 0:00 P. M.
Intense drama that shall stand out
too hazardous undertaking for tho as, one of the strongest examples : gtore closed 111! (lay Thlll'S-
propcrty owners to enjoin further screen an. mi i
prosecution of the work. , Tll Woman Tudor Oath comes to day, ThailKSglVing Day,
But they should not be mado to tho I-Iberty theiter on Wednesday
suffer for the neglect. Tho paving
company should now be compelled A curious custom among tho no-
to prosecute the work to a point bility of the ancient Athens was to
where relief from the mud of past wear a small bell in the ear, of
winters may be assured. j which a pearl former the clapper.
The city should insist upon the It is estimated that one of the
grading and rolling of the street and Peruvian rain trees will on the av--a
strip cf crushed rock spread in erage yield from nino to ten gallons
the center. This would make the of water each day.
SEVEN AGES OF MAN
O-l 1 D
MORE and more is the
becoming recognized as a
capable assistant in teaching
school children. Studies, other
wise dry and uninteresting, are
given zest and color by the aid of good music.
History becomes present day realism. Biog
raphy is revitalized. Calisthenics is given a real
stimulus. And for giving the native tongue of
a foreign language there is no better teacher.
Method of Reproduction
For all of these uses and for its exquisite tone is
The Brunswick favored everywhere. The es
sential reason; for its success are embodied in the
Brunswick Method of Reproduction, comprising
the Ultona and the Tone Amplifier.
The Ultera a scientific creation is instantly
adapted to any rr.ake rc ord. It presents the cor
rect weight, orccise diaphrag-n and proper needle.
Tho Tcne Amplifier
The Tone Amplifier is an acoustical accomplish
ment. Free from mete! and built entheiy of
moulded Hollywood, it iv;s a resiliency, beauty
and richness to tor.i tn;ic is unualed.
Coire in todav. Ask to
hear your favorite record
demoi.3tratcd. One recital
vill convince you of the
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H. J. WINTERS
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ill I mm
if W V K?VM m-TLV-VM VV K ,f I-Vil 'JA 1 i
We will remain open Wed
nesday evening until S:00
RED TAPE FINALLY UNWOUND
For Time It Had Sergt Hnyet Tied
Up, Dut He Came Out a
Once upim n time then wax a man
lu "llrcd" his liiplii.Vi'CH Hull he iiiluhl
hiivo the plcamire of hlrhiK llirui over
iiKalu. 'l'hul would hhmii to be nonio
what the ny with the nmrlni' enrp
It "Hick" lit men Hint tho khmmiiiiuiiI
iiiny do ilii'in xpi'clal hoiiur.
Sergt. Kdctir llu.wn, a red bliioded
pntrlut of the marine corpx. OMTliennl
Mil HH't-Hllltl UMIII Hie iiulfnriii of lll
tcrWee. Scrceaui IIiii'h promptl lilt
the iiieiiUer In the none. The murine
corp xnt upon lili ciino In koIimiiii
(ourtimirtlal. nnd nfter inucli ilellber
at Inn dNinlxHed Sercenul lln,' from
the Mrlro. Hiiih ci-iMiHtii: civil iIiniiIiII
Hies. The chm Inler wiih reviewed h
Hie piesident. who patdoiied lln.ie and
-colored him to eUUeiihlp llue
Iiiih now been retlored to Hie vrU
nud created trt lleiileiinii! nu net
of eoncreiM liitvlng etuiowereil Hie pren
Ideal to innKe the iiioliiiiiienl
It I ii roiiiiilulxuil wnv of iln'mi n
mini honor And II tliow MninHiliui
wiong with the n.Mt,out. We wmid'T
wluit Hie dlcnllled ueiilleinen of I he
court martini uoiild hne done If It hml
lieen proved 1 1 in t Serseiliil I line now
l.liMllellitll! lln.MW. ImvlllU ovellieiinl
:iu impel -pill upon hN liolmrtible "iTV
Ice. had condoned It by Imu'lluii. -t'lu-eliimitl
Lumber Cut of 1010. i
The lUlllbel i-llt of till' I'lilti'd S'ilf"
III l!IS wilt J,..:i'rMI,OIHHl feel ill te
poiiiMl to Hie fore I erlee up to
.lime 15 bj I l."."t inlllx, The com
plele tnlnl fill Is "11 SJMl.r.llKM feet, ,
tinted mi the assumed operations of
'.".'Ml! mills. The computed cut In
UHS t I) per cent Manlier than Hie ;
eompuied production lii 11)17.
, eoinpnrlson of the compu'eil nil of
evernl of the Inrcer general pn iluis
Inu' regions In UHS with the IlKtiren
for the preettlllii; ,enr shows ti titmll i
er outptll by iipproxluiutcli '.11 per cent
In the jellnw.plne unuip of stntet. n
ileerense of IP per eetit In the North
Curollnn pine Kronp iiml if It per eetit
In the I .ii fee Mute. An IncreuKiil eut '
of '' per rent It noted for (Jrecon iiml
VAN RIPER'S TEAM
MAKES HIGH SCORE
Van Itlper's team took two out of
three games from Swanson's bowling
fiquad In tho ElkB' tournament sc
ries last night, scoring a total of
921 pins in tho second game, which
is seven pins above the previous
high mark. Tonight tho contest is
between Houston's and Noel's teams.
Last night's sceres:
Swanson's 1st 2nd 3rd Tot.
Ackley 151 127 209 487
Noel 158 146 124 428
W. S. Smith.. 137 143 142 422
Jlelssner 147 139 160 446
Swanson 145 141 130 415
738 696 765
Van Itlper's 1st 2nd 3rd
Jester 153 171 220
Walters 131 174 157
Barry 167 193 120
iVan Illper .... 122 165 136
Van Bellen .. 156 218 153
729 921 786
There lire numerous well-tiutlieutl
ruled iiise' of hailstones wet:linu half
n pound i' lid ihore. but Hallux wblih
S fur be.liuid this liieucer weight me
uiiide. Stone of t m eight pounds
lire sulci to lme fnllin In Nuiniir In
171H. nnd Hie missionary. I'litlier Hue
u tin ought to be n rredlhle w'tnest,
reeordt He full In Tnrtur.x In ISI.'I of
a block of Ire iin hlg im u millstone
whlrh look three days to melt. In
May. lMrj, a MiitiKiirliili llhiKe report
ed nn l.lOOpoiind blocK. r-Ulrlnu
eight men ti Jiiove It. nnd In Tlppoo'w
time one at big at nn elephant wiih
Mild to have fallen tienr Sergupiiliiin.
11 esc are "m.uih" hiillKtotieN.
No more dcliyhlful way to i ntcrtain
can be fount 1 titan willi th imisJr nf U
.-w V 111IT
1 If 1 1
victrota. i ii n- is a Kmcl lo suit lliotsti
of every mcr.ibrr of thu family, every
Cucat, every mood, whim, or f.m.-"
rom the mut-ioi pieces of (.nrr.i Inin,.
world s rrcat.l aitUs to
stirun bands by iatnous lcutlt.-r
the latest hits cf vaudeville.
Make your lio:ue resound with
music -thiu holiday season.
Cotne i.i ftiiJ aclect your Victrola on conveni
ent pimc!iti, if Jcii.-td.
-i- - j'ti .
Earl Shepherd Co.
Strictly One Business Music
New Store, 507 Main St.
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BOX MAKERS' DANCE
Tim Mlllmun and llnxmuker'H.
local No, 17G4, announced another of j
Ito popular dance.i ThankHKivinK '
ulKht, Novumhor 27, at tho Moohoi
Tho arrnnccmontA conimlttee
hlntH that thuro uro mivural mir-!
prlrteH In storo. It Ih broadly Intlni
ntod that lomu vlnllor will bo com
pelled to tug homo a twenty-pound '
turkey. TIiuho with a "hwcoI tooth" i
will lung hnvo occasion to rcmutnbur,
tho ovent, It Ih predicted
Advance naliM of tlckuta aro "go
ing big", and ninny nro "rupoutn",
that Ih many purnons who attundud
I tho InHt danco of tho UoxmakorH
i woro bo fuvorably lmprcHud thuy
nro willing to try It again.
I iliutu w gular union
, A chimney 115 feet high will 8way mooting HiIh weok on nrcount of tho
ten inches In u high wind without holiday. Dancing and other ontor
danger. i tl,'n,"ont will ho tho uvonlng'H order.
m I of hUHlneHH. A good tltno Ih Kuiirnn-
' terd to nil who attend. Tho houln
, I have a hIoriui to live up to, which Ih,
Tho Ilox-MakorB Know How."
Helpfulness of Criticism.
It It natural lo resent criilcltun. We i
dIMIke anything that nlmket our nelf- ,
complucency or conipeli us to think.
Here and there a miin bus learned Hie
real service of crltlclBm nud UNually '
he Is a man who haw attained to more i
than average miccess In life. We are '
II more or less like the proverbial on-,
trlch. We like to convince ourselves ,
that our faults are really our virtue, i
In Hint we are doing good work In the
world when In truth we ore lagging '
fni behlnnd our actual capacity und I
drifting along rather than really llv
Ing. William E. Towne.
Jl's a Poor Rule That Don't Work Both Ways
T-ve GOT A LOT fe; XV JJeP--
m for this p&tejk :K- - :
iMost spldors havo poIhodoiih fangH
(hut few uro dangerous to human hu-IngB.
Serve on Juries?
In the role of the first
woman juror in
The most gripping story
of circumstantial evi
dence ever portrayed on
texm jf pis j Si ra5J
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