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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Let us tailor to your individual requirements your
Holiday Suit and Overcoat from the Ed V. Price
line. New snappy Woolens clever new style creations '
'- fine Tailoring and Perfecting Clothes Guaranteed
SEE THIS STORE FOR HIS XMAS GIFTS
STORE, Leading Clothiers and
FOR LONG GRIND
(Continued from pace 1)
finance Americau export trade Both
bills are now In confvreneo.
Many Dcbntat Pending
Besides tho treaty of Versailles,
several other treaties are pending,
and promise to evoke long Senato de
bate. Three treaties, one guaran
teeing assistance to France In event
of German aggression, that estab
lishing Poland and defining the
Rhine frontier and tho long-pending
$25,000,000 Colombian pact, are
pending before the Foreign Relations
The peace treaty with Austria
also is expected to be ready for
transmission by the President soon.
The committee also has before it tho
resolution of Republican Leader
Lodge proposing that Congress, by
concurrent resolution, declare the
war with Germany ended. This will
be fought rigorously by the admin
istration. Early actios' on the Preach
treaty is not planned by tho com
mittee majority, but the Polish
treaty, tho leaders say, will be
Among other important Interna-
Uional matters pending or in prcs-
I poet aro the Houso bill to repoal tho
i Canadian reciprocity treaty and com
jmerclal conventions and trade ox
j tension arrangements with tho allies,
On the legislative calendar aro
many measures already passed by
Senate or House. They Include bills
'establishing a federal budget sys
tem, providing a permanent shipping
policy, regulating cold storago of
food products, and providing for de
velopment of water power.
Fiscal legislation promises to4have
a prominent place in the work of
Congress. General tariff revision
and modification of the Internation
al revenue laws are planned before
the political campaign. Repeal of
many war taxes .will be proposed
and anti-dumping bills to protect
American manufacturers are pend
ing. Permanent nrmy reorganiza
tion policies. Incorporating tho moot
question of uuiorsal training, sooii
are to bo brought out by tho Senate
and Houso military committees,
tth.Uo tho committees must pass on
a new building program and on bills
increasing tho navy's personnel and
Will Curb Dlslojalty
Prominent among tho other meas
ures to be taken up aro those deal
ing with radical aliens and unar
chlsts and tho high cost of living.
Leadors also plan to glo attention
to means of averting industrial
strikes by fcdoral mediation or oth
er methods. Tho Lano-Mondull bill
ombodylng Secretary Lane's plan of
farms for soldiers and sailors also Is
up for passage and Congress will at
tempt revision of several standing
laws and repeal of the espionage and
other war measures.
Numerous investigations also aro
planned. Senate inquiries Into Mex
ican affairs and the coal, wheat and
sugar situations will continue while
the House will carry on Its investl-
Store Opens at 8:30 A. M. -
Closes at 6 P. M. Week Days
WE LEAD - OTHERS FOLLOW
gallons of war dopnrtmunt activi
ties, Now Investigations proponed
by tho Senate Includes thut Into tlio
print paper situation and Into the
charges by Senator Watson of In
(liana that socialists and radicals aro
In tho employ of tho Foderul Trade
commission. Tho Honnto Prl lieges
and Elections committee plans to
tuko up tho contest tiled by Henry
Ford against tho election of Senator
Newberry, Republican, of Michigan.
Senuto Democrats are to hold a
conforonce this week to elect a lend
er to succeed the late Senator Mar
tin of yirglnln, with the contest ap
parently narrowed to Senutor Hitch
cock, Democrnt. of Nebraska, admin
istration leader In tho peace treaty
light, and Senator Underwood of
Alabama, for Democratic leader In
Conferences of tho Republicans
and tho steering committees of both
parties also uro planned soon to fill
TOO LATE TO GLASSIFY
FOR RKNT Heated rooms, bath
and phone 840 Walnut, cor. Uth.
FOR HAM; Second hand lafc
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FOR 8AL1 Clump for cash. A
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block machine, good us now; ujiod
only one season. Could not boi
bought today for I4T.00. Will soil
at a bargain as owner In In other
lino of business and cannot give It
his attention Splendid opening
hero for this business as thorn In nl
big demand for blocks and concrete
bricks Machine In In tho city and
can lie neon at any time Don't
FOIl HAM: .nr f i000 mti
horson Sound owrt ...T
Chu.. 1. M. I)nlVu, n'oiSS;
WIANTCD-Kora truck '
iMirvicoabio condition. Don't tin
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Address Hox 1. Herald Offlco. l.tf",r,CH '""eniio of u cent a pound, j
wiuio pggH dropped two cent a dot.
LOST A blnck goodyenr hip boot,
between Mnlln and Klamiith KaIIh.
Reward if returned to Hornld office.
tho Cozy Restau
rant and Roberts & WliltinorM'n.
Klghth street, this morning, a 20
bill. Phono 138. Howard. 1-U
First show at tho Ubcrty tonlikl !
starts at 7 o'clock and the iscod
at 0 p. m.
Onm of cmr mmny
FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN
FLORSHEIM SHOES are always good shoes. They are eco
nomical because of their quality. For that reason as well as
their distinctiveness is the answer why the K. Sugarman Store
handles them. The last word in shoes. '
The name implies the shoe of quality,
while the name Sugarman is'that of re-
t liability. That is the object in hand-
v- ling Florsheim Shoes.
THE FLORSHEIM SHOE FOR MEN
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'IN TIIK UOhIA)W OF HUH HAND'
"TIIK HHKRIFK'H SON"
Two Reln of Good Coniody
An unusually Jaie assortment ofthe prettiest
Christmas Cards and booklets ever designed for
Christmas giving and remembrance. All on dis
play in our store now; many of them original;
others in sample form from which you can select:
cards plain; cards in colors; booklets small and
booklets large ; some for a penny or two, others up
in the dollars. Make earlv selections for best
choice, the only way to get the cards and booklets
WS? KLAMATH FALLS OREGON T7n7W
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
I puwffv I BUY THEIR DRUGS fSrr.uPACYJ
K. SUGARM AM the store for men
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
A Rain How Oomedy
"A IMXJ fJO.NK HHAMK"
In Two I'ortM
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
"OVKH THB OAHDKN WALL"
Two HIm of Good Comedy
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
"TIIK PICK OF TIIE WCTUKKS"
II .W. POOLIC, Owner. IIAHRY UOIUCL, MuUlDJr
The Great Picture
"WOLVES OF THE NIGHT"
Starring the Great Dramatic Artist
SPECIAL NOTICK: OwInK to tho longth of tP.''Jnd'
'""k I'U. I-UI JliUllUU I.U11IKIIL Will RlUll Ul I .VV V ...w..
showing at 8:00 o'clock.
. Viola' Dana appears in
"PLEASE GET MARRIED"
Sat Store Opeas at 8:30 A. M.
Closes 9:00 P. M. Sat
TUESDAYS AND .SATURDAYS
Doors open at 1.30 and 7:00 P. M.