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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1919)
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THE FVCN1NG HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Jewel Cafe
The waiters and cooks are not on strike now
but the housewives are, as they refuse to prepare
Thanksgiving dinner when they can get turkey
and all the good things that go with it at the
JEWEL for $1.00, from 11 :00 A. M. to 8:30 P. M.
Hourt of Celery Itfpu Olives
Turkey (Jlblot Houp
Tom Cod Tnrtnr Hauco Hpeclnl Grab flnlnd
, HtiirTud Kliimath Turkuy, Cranberry Hauco
Candied Hwoot I'otutoon K.icillopod Corn
Hot Mlnco IMo Fruit Cnko
KiikHhIi I'liiiii Pudding, hard and dollclouu Hauco
Our regular dinner also at the regular price.
THE JEWEL CAFE
The Old Reliable Place
610 Main Street
The Lutheran congregation will
hold TlninkHglvIng kitvIcisk fit thi
Library hull, corner of Third i nd
Mnln, Thursday, November 27, nt
8 ji. tii. Tho sermon nitbjrct Ih "OoiI'h
(loodnr-HH unil MaIi'h rnthnnkful-
iii-HH." A fordliil Invltiitlon to tho'
;;jpi.bllc Ih extended hy tbe Hev AI ('.
r,,... ............ ....... . ...
ii i ) i imiuiir wnirm hoi vice 1'ir
''tho diiy will ronilHl of thu Mnii iif'l
'ThnnkHglvIng nt 8 o'clock u. m (it
Christian HclontlHtM will hold
Hcnlrci nt II o'clock a. in. ut lliolr
i hull, 113 Fourth etrift. Tho hu!-
2, Jcrt Ih "ThnnkHglvIng." A wolcoino
Tils iiRHUrcd nil who attend,
Other ihtircl.m will unite In n
J I union Thiinkhi;lvlriK service at tho
Ti Christian church In tho evening i
4 The Hev K I' l.iture.iro will dllv-
, . er Hie sermon
Christmas Gift -Ideal
THIS FIRM KNOWS
besides doir.tcr:grV ylX,' w .--3A
all flwl nny dYier363"194. X-V"" ytoSfe
paste enn do - ii sVl
whitens Me peroxido"
Sold only where A'D 'Snoods nre diyplnyed O 8
i SAN JOSH, Nov 20. Thlrty-fvo
full piiBPH of advertising, believed to
ho tho hlggcHt advertisement ever
iihimI hy ono ntoro In a slnt;lo day,
were published In the S.in Joi-n Mer-riirj-Horald
for tho I. Hart fz Son
(iiiiipany, niinoti.Klng tbo oponli.p of
the runiodehiI Hnrt doiui tmont
more, ono of tho oldest cfUiiblMh
luelilH In tho city Tho Hart com
pany I.:.h rocontly nd,ded 20,000 foot
of floor Hpaco to Its already extonslv.j
(unrterH and tho building occupies
nearly an entire block In tho center
of tho city.
"Ill CON-TunlKht and Thursday
fair anil colder In the east, contin
ued cold In west, fresh northeily
SAN r-ltANCISl'O. Nov l!fi The
jilorni fllgn.il Is displayed along the
1 roiHt from here to tho Canadian line
Small craft are warned that thoy
venture along tho coast at their
hit in rgi'iTV roil ni:citi:i
or mveitci: si'.mmoxh
Kqulty No, 111.1
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon for Klnmuth County.
FranccH (Jortrudo Wlncboll, Plain
HIT, Y8. Juuicu Howurd Wlncboll,
To James Howard Wlncboll, tho
aborts named defendant:
In tho name of tho Stato of Ore
gon you are bcroby required to ap-
ippear and answer tho coraplal-it
lied against you in tho above en
titled iult, on or before Monday, tho
(th day of January, 1920, that be
lit the day of tbo laM publication of
isomona and tho last day within
which you are required to annwer,
u fixed by the order of publication
el tali summons. If you fall o Ap
pear and answer, the plalutiff will
apply to the court for the relief de
manded In said complaint. Bald suit
u brought to secure dissolution of
bonds of matrimony existing be
tween yourself and plaintiff.
This summons is published in The
Erenlng Horald, a dally newspaper
printed and published at Klamath
Falls, Oregon, by order of Honor
wle D. V. Kuykcndall, Judajo of said
ifil1' Lnnd dat0l Novomber 21st,
"is, tho first publication to bo niado
on tho 2th day of November, 1919,
and tho last publication thereof on
me 5th day of January, 1320.
H. M. MANNING
and WM. OANONO,
Attornoys for I'lulntlff.
1. 1." H',,ond Huslness Address, Loom-'
pn ,u,IIlll"B. Klamath Falls, Klamath
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H Combs fiOc to ."51.00
H liniNlicfl 52.00 to .7.00
H TrH JWc to 93.R0
Toilet Setn frcm gil.RO to 9.10.00
H Hair Itcceitcrs HT,c to 92.50
M Puff lJos , 7Hc to ?2J50
m Christmas Cards
9 Tags and Seals
I NOW ON SALE
IS I SHOP EARLY
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S I I PUBITV I
More than ever before the selection of
gifts tends toward things of practical
utility and enduring worth.
Rack your brain for hours, and you can
not think of a present that will be receiv
ed with greater immediate and lasting
We have dozens of beautiful toilet arti
cles made up in this exquisite material
prices to fit every purse.
I'.utton Hooks 2Hc to HOc
Null Flies 35c to 7.1c
Pin CuMilons JJOc to 93.50
Talcum Uoxctt 51.00 to 91.50
Hut Pin Holder 8.1c to 91.50
Hhoo Horns 35c to 75c
Manicure Sets from. -.51.50 to 57.50
As usual, jou will find our cards, tags and seal in tho
lead of all competition.
Designed by urtlstx eclrbratrd for their eacjuislte taste,
(iu;rucd mid embossed in colors, each with individual
Priced from 1c to 25c each.
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laAPIATIi FALLS OREGON Tft
lACCUl- ACv I
VHCRE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THIR DRUGS
A rll.it.. no fur liitit, llm li.ifriA fif Itlf.
llliihtrlous smithern soldier. Itohert K. ' SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 26.
l.i-e. Is a historic home Hint crente FIy-our University of Washington
ii Si use of lntl.ii.u-y with history, but , students aro planning a Christmas, Bm Brennan. thu ChIcaKa beavy
In less dcKrt-e due. no doubt, to the trip to Dcs Moines, Iowa, to attend 'velBht. Is after i Mturn mutch with
fuel Hint only the shell of Hint benutl-'n Student Volunteer movement con- Champion Jack DempBey. A broken
fill example of Greek architecture re- vcntlon December 31 to January 4 'ankle forced Bill to quit In the 8ev-
entb round of bis proUous meeting
Walter Coffey, who was a popular Kid Norfolk, the dusky demon, is
boxer around New York a f-w years known in some part of the country
ago, tried to make a tomttaacK in
Australia recent:..-, but he did licit
nr.o-t with any gre.it meas.iro
ccess in bis ut. -ii'p.
as the "light heavyweight champion.
Someone must have wished that
title on the Kid.
mnlns todnv. the residence hnvlnc lost
.......I. rt llu "hnmA" ntmnunhnr
through being denuded of furniture and
partially c.oneii. uui wno cun iraverne Vlr,-,nwt. n n ,. , i -
Its halls or Htnnd In Its high vaulted " -..., . ., .,.. . ,
memory the ry of the great men',B" wueen victoria was received
nd women who once lived benentb Its! here recently to ne Bet up in front
rooM It In linked up with Mount Ver of the British Columbia parliament1
son by family ownership, having been .buildings. The sUtuo weighs three
the home of John Parke Custls. the tons. It wsa ready for shipment last
son of Mrtb. Washington .nd the r BrUJsh c offlcaIa dld
father-in-law of the noble Ie. not have ,t shipped at that time be-
All War the mhrer.
A man going about from doer to
door with wood on hU back to aell
would be a dlttluct novelty In our
country, but not' so In Mexico. Hell
ers of wood with the wood on their
backs nre not uncommon In Mexico,
and the dress of these men could not
be more nondescript than It Is. It Is
mude up of odds and ends of wear
In nppurel und, like the Indtun, the
Mexlenn Is upt to be seen wearing a
bliin'Ki'l . "" 't Is a.m enough to go
wjthimt shoes, nnd no mutter whin
his occi.piitlou, he would he seen wear
ing the x iclf sombrero which fs Hie
uiichtmclng nnd distinctive feature of
feared German subma-
CapUIn Rodgera, on the Univer
sity of West Virginia football team,
is tho leading scorer of the East,
having 93 points to his credit this
Boxing is making a bit among tbe
-natives in the Philippines. Two of
tho Filipino scrappers performed In
Australia recently and made a
"TIIK PICK OF THE PICTURES"
-- w w WVWW
H .W. POOIjE, Owner.
IIARRV HOREIj, Musical Director
"THE WOMAN UNDER OATH"
Coming Soon "Broken Blossoms."
Doors open at 1.30 and 7:00 P. M.
Chicago. J. Or.den Armour of Ar
mour & Co., Krnes.1 A. Ilnmill, pres
ident of the Corn Exchange National
Hunk; Julius rtosenwnld, president
of Sears, Itoebuck & Co.. ud sev
eral other Chicago mllllonalivs, aro
going about today clad In shoes re
They refuse to pay $14, $IC and
$18, the price "good shoes" aro sell
ing for hero.
Armour says he bought his first
pair of now shoes In three years last
Ttoscnwald, whose company owns
a shoo factory or two, hasn't taken a
pair of new shoos out of stock for
All of which hasn't anything to do
with limousine's. You can bet your
bottom dollar that Armour and tbe
rest of them "half-sole" their limou
Men with money alwas refuse to
pay tho other fellow's prlco. The
othor day a wealthy man In San Fran
cisco spent a half day haggling over
tho prlco of an exponslvo automo
bile. He finally forced the prlco
down fifty dollars.
"Well, 1 saved that much, any
how," ho said, exhibiting the JGO.
"I hate to pay the other fellow's
Rich men are rich because they
buy carefully and save. Got tho sav
ing habit. Work over your list of
"necessities." Cut out tho expensive
things, Put your money In War Sav
ings Stamps. They will bring you
4 per cent compounded quarterly.
Thanksgiving Day Special
Harris Bros. Jolly Entertainers
ATfc t-..' I. I
X :r"l ''-
TWO FULL MATINEES
Doors Open at 1:30 and 3:30 P. M. '
Evening 7:00 and 9.00 o'clock
-Adults 50c, war tax, 5c; Children, 27c, war tax, 3c
In addition to the big picture, "THE WOMAN UNDER
OATH," the Harris Jolly Entertainers will give a refined vaude
ville entertainment at each performance Thanksgiving Day at
the Liberty. Harris & Bell, the Ragtime Fun Makers, will surely
make you laugh. Ivory Baker and Goldie Duncan will entertain
with a singing and talking comedy. The mixed quartette will
close the program with Southern songs we all know. Don't miss .
this special at the Liberty.
Liberty- Thanksgiving Day