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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TheEvening Herald HARRY HAD T0
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E. J. MURRAV
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THE FEATURE FILM
Published dally except Sunday by
Herald Publishing Company of
Ttaaath Falls, at 116 Fourth Street.
Cntered at the postofflco nt Klnm
' ith Palls, Ore., for transmission thru
;A )jha malls ns second-class matter.
Tho mutlnco crowd nt tlio Liberty,
Theater yesterday afternoon snwj
"Broken Ulossoms" ns advertised,,
but Harry Poole, manager of tho
show house spent several dollars
and several anxious waiting hours
before ho was finally able to pro
duce tho film.
A wreck on tho main lino near
,l IM THT MFNPS CWT eunii!
m iiiu ifiun v u i jHur
Henry A. Ilutt
Roberts wore mnrrl
lug at tho Methodist parsoungu
tho Nov. S, J. Chnnoy Tho ceremony
was witnessed by Mr. and Mrs. Merle
S Kllgoro Tho newly married couple
jnro local residents and will continue
to rwldo here.
ntt( i.. nnudiiw . w.tli-rtt iif fliriutit
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riiA.wi: to snow what
I OV KNOW AHOl T MIKF.
, if ou believe you have a critical)
Enbscrintlon terms by mnil to nny
Mirers In tho United States: .Redding Snturdny mailo it necessary iyt for tntf wt,,.nl 0f ot.,, nicer.
Dae year $5.00 'to transfer around tno uiocKauo um Uu,e.9 n chanco to test your Judg
cm month ...... ...... .ow, express was not transferred
among tho other packages was , .m.h.i,,,,,, .v..s mi the hook nt
Member of tho Associated liw ,nroken llosoms." When the mana- t)o ,,,,,,,.,, ,rket. A number of
The Associated Press Is exclusively Ber found hi much heralded film .,,ol, , cftst tt knowing eyo on the
BUUed to the uso for republication 'wns ,luo t0 nrrV0 24 hours lato lie1 . ., .,,,. e.,,,,,1,,.. nn.t r.-uininr.
1 nil news dispatches credited to it, ."",,, .,, flro thinklnir . thu ""KU,,y lAm bat"rd" nml ,Mlol
r not otherwise credited In this pa- d,d somo rnnld flro "K" ) ,nuu.d im opinion. As some woro morel)
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r, and also local news puonsnea resim oi which huh uj um v,i im.
fearelc. I telegraph, ono railway motor "speed-'
U1 dispatches herein are also reserT'
MONDAY, mXKMUKIl 22. til 1 1).
In requesting tho resignation of
State Biologist Flnley, tho Fish and
Came Commission half-way npolo
Blxes for the step in a stnteracnt re
cently issued. Such apology Is un
necessary. Flnley is a talented In
dividual who has gone to seed, hack
ing n good balance wheel, his head by tho theatre manager on the pro--was
turned with what he believed Kross that "Droken Blossoms" was
making In trying to keep tho dnte
the picture and ono started from this ho beaVM w,u ,)0 ,ll9lrtuuted as A
end. meeting ni i.rass uiko. noier UMln, ,0 f(jnn , CQtltra nt.
tho local car secured tho film and trncl)n for nmny n holiday monl. J
returned. m f
hasardlng a guwv tho estimates
intifi. fnr nml wide. After scrvlni: as
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All rights of republication of spe- or" started from tho otner enu wmi (hu cen,er ot tho KUl.,gnB con
SPUING UKIJ XHWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schrelner
t .. AAal. lan(ma. Inln liltf
SO III b VHI! l'UUIIU UUU1H 1111V. un ... , ...... ol.-ln. ''
., , ... i, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur fechrclner i
the crowd rather enjoyed tho wait,' '"; "'" ..,..,, . ,i.3
heinc entertained meanwhile by sov-. uauBnwr. ..., ,ltu . ., ,
oral other good reels of
with selections by tho Peerless or-
Wo have Jt iviilrl the wir
iiiimu otH'k of umiMiul Silk Slilrti
that Mill tttnko very itttnu'tlvo
ulftH for men. Many new nml Into
deklKiiK, Mime ullli I In- (Mlliin to
tiintrli, dainty mill liTetlbltltdy
IiIininIiik In tti liuiuy pattcrtiN that
will capture tho recipient's heart
In fact, )ini lll In wlio In pur
lmliiK poiiio of the Silk SIiIMn
for )(iur omi tioe.. Silk Slili( n
tlieoe arti m'IIIiik In tho i'IHi'k fur
nliuoxt double tho price.
ThN opportunity Klioulil not
capo tlio iiinn U eatct-M to cluxty
rlotlicrt mid ho run ill ulTont to
ntli ItlN rliniu-o In tlio nronent w
lectloiiN. Tho Hllk SlilrtM nw
made from the following iiinlerl
iiIm: luNy Willow Silk, t'n-po ilo
Chine, llroadclotht and Silk I'IIut.
was success founded on unmatcn
ablo ability. He became obsessed
with the Idea that everyone was try
ing to steal the things of tho earth
below and tho nlr above and he was
'tte Moses that was going to pre-
-serve them for posterity.
He has thousands of prototypes in
"the federal employ, for conservation.,
tot ot such a character as to practi
cally prevent the use of the art! !
conserved. The one and over-wean-Ing
desire is to insure a tighter g"ip(
en their Jobs, extend their intluen'oi
and develop the power of their bu
van. Such men are a curse to ir
government, city, state and natlona'.
and the sooner we drive out this
class of rats the better it will be .'or
the preservation of constitutional
The Fish and Game Commission"
did a good Job when they amputated
"Flnley from the payroll. Let us hop?
every department of the state gov
ernment will pursue a simllnr policy i
niriiirv 1n Depuy homo .Monuay. ,'f
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Miss mum iniiiw biuiu .uuiiuii -v
chestra Interspersed, and every onco "'''" """'" "" -. -y
in a while exciting announcements -"r- -
IMlllVltrt YtlllTU HV ' i
with the crowd. Tho detailed story
of the race would itself bo a fine
framework for a six-reel thriller.
this week from
has been transacting business.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley
daughters. Adah and Wllma
ed from Vancouver Tuesday night
to visit Mrs. Kelley's pnrents.
A snail, crawling without a pause,
would occupy fourteen days five
hours to travel a mile.
THIRTEEN PERSONS DIE
IN RAILROAD ACCIDENT
It is unlawful in Turkey to seize I
a man's residence for debt, and suf
ficient land to support him is also
-exempt from seizure.
A curious means of commun!ca-
tlon is the 'drum language' of a tribe)
4n the Congo. These people can by
this meins converse with each other
at considerable distances.
I A. F.Graham I
I General I
I Construction I
h onasta oana usea
H Exclusively I
ONAWA, Me.. Dec. 20 Thirteen ,
persons wxro killed or burned to
death and many were injured when j
a freight train collided with n ape-'
clnl train from St. John, New Bruns
wick, loaded with steerago nassen-1 f
gem from the steamship Empress of
.. ... .. l.T&
rrance, on me lanatuan raciuc rau-
vay, near here last night. The pas
senger train was telescoped by tho
Lot No. One ,
In this lot we have placed
together numbers of difVer
ent natterns of Silk Shirts
whicn. cannot be duplicated
for $12.50. We specially
Lot No. Three
Elegant patterns in the lat
est designs and colorings can
be had in selecting from
this lot No. 3; $17.50 in the
Lot No. Two
This lot number consists of
many patterns that will cap
tivate the heart of the gen
tleman recipient. The city
prices are $15.00. Our price
Lot No. Four
Superb indeed is the collec
tion we have put together in
Lot No. 4. Excellent mate
rials, quality a standard;
not asking city prices of
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
On account of the condition of the roads, our de
livery service will leave the market promptly on this
Going eat at 8:30 n. nt.
Going west at 0:00 a m.
Going earn nt .10:30 a. m.
Going east at 11:00 a. m.
One deliver' in the afternoon at 3 o'clock.
THE PEOPLE'S MARKET
Sir Charles Fitzpatrlck, lieutenant t
governor of Quebec, born in Quebec,
66 years ago today. '
Reginald Vanderbilt, millionaire
sportsman, born In New York City, ?
SO years ago todny.
.Maria L. Sanford, for many years
a member of the faculty of the Unl-
verslty of Minnesota, born at Old
Saybrook, Conn., 83 years ago to
Mrs. Minnie Maddern Flske, ono
of the most noted actresses of thu
American stage, born In New Or
leans, 54 years ago today,
Eleanor H. Porter, author of the
Pollyann" stories, born at Littleton,
N. H., 51 years ago today.
"Give Him One of These Silk Shirts or a Sugarman Merchandise
Store For Men"
Htorc opriiN ri'k duH at H:'.W it. nt.
Store opotm Snt unlit) at H::iO n. in.
Cloicw week di) nt (1:00 p. tit.
Clict-M Kntiirdn)N nt 0:00 p, tu.
v -w W W V V V V
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Position by experienced
stockman as foreman on stock
ranch handling stock. C. G. Whit
ney, Room 5, I.ee Apartments.
FOK SALE Large lot on sunny side
tu btit-et aionea tnrow from i-ilgh
School Small 2 room shack on lot.
L. U. Parka, 431 Washington. 22-5t
DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU THAT
YOU CANNOT BUY A BETTER DRAG SAW?
THE VAUGHAN DRAG SAW
Exclusive labor savers Jiffy Sawholder, Metal-to-Metal
Clutch, Safety Angle, Adjustable Pitman
W$F Price H .184
FOR RENT Furnlahed
, 3 rooms. Phono 258.M.
Brandenburg's dry goods store
"Where the Ladies Shop"
Dry Goods, Millinery, Ladies' Furnishings
Phone 465 423 Main St.
I (LOST Small patent lencljor coin
1 purse, containing change nnd key.
Return to 111 South Fourth St.
FOR SALE ChrlstmaH trees Pey
! ton Uoys. Phone 112U. 12-23-19;
LOST Yesterday, between the
White Pelican and Baldwin Hotels
a grey puree containing cards, let
ton etc, nnd small amount of money. I
Finder plea30 return to tho White
Pelican Hotel manager and recelvo,
reward. 22-lt ,
We will ship you a Vaughan if your dealer hasn't
one . Send for our free booklet.
VAUGHAN MOTOR WKS., Inc.
470 E. Main St. Portland, Ore.
WANTED Dairy farm with oleetricl
lights or telephone, not more than;
six tniloi out. Frank Ewlng, Record j
Office. 12-26-20 .
Tho season'H latest patterns In1 ... ., . ., ... . . Now that winter Is nere ami
Corduroys Wo have just recelv-, No bctter lrt can Jho recipient (ho ttCnther cold, wo suggest
ed Quito a lnrgo stock ot Cordu- reculvo than Home of tho Ilriin- that you look over our hugostocK
roys, but they are selling mighty donburg French Ivory which la of Sweaters for Ladles, J""e
fast, ho belect from this lino early, j t10 hlB,IOHt Htoniliiril and manu-i w"'"'8.0, m iT M sizes
Corduroys come In tho fo ow ng I ,,,, ,, ,,, ,, v,. ,,,, My Lady's Christmas. In all sixes
colors of Hrown, Taupe. Oruyl '"cturctl l.y thu most export work- m, MaervM HtyU-s Tho Hegu
Taupe ( Chestnut. Navy. White, 10' Manicuring Sota, complete' lari t)10 silp-on. and thu Pl,ul
Rose und Copenhagen. Thoyaro.und Individual pleccH, to match ijnntron Sweaters. All colors anu
specially priced at , inllady's set. AliHOIutoly all llrst prices to suit all from
clahs with no seconds. A very no-
ceptablo gift to HHR.
ATTK.Vno.V o. i:. H.
Tho rogulnr meeting of Oloah
Clmptor 0. E. S. will bo hold Tues
day evening, Dec 23, for tho pur
pose of inNtaUHtlon of officers. Ro
1fre,'.imont8 will bo served. All aro
roauested to ho present. Dy ordor of
W. M. PANSY URADFORD
Pay a visit to' our great loylan",
which holds everything that the little
one can wish for thousands of ioy
of every description. Dolls of the lin
est and best makes; Doll
Buggies any number or
them. jnop eany
ivoid the congestion.
COE'S JITNEY SERVICE
Owing to the high cost of operation and the condi
tion of the streets, we are compelled to raise our
rates from the present rate of .$2.50 per hour to $3.00
COE'S JITNEY SERVICE
Phone 168 Lawrence Cigar Store
fienuino liniiil-tliitetl plioKN of
i f'riilcr l.nUe mill Mt. Sliastu lit tile
Miller Photo Co., 1 .11 1 .Main Si.
3 9 Jt
Demorest, Dentist, over Sugar
man's Store, (ith and Mnln. 2-tf
Tho Herald would hrlnff "jond
cheer from Klamath County; not
only during tho Christmas Reason,
hut during every day in tho year
Christmaw Cards nnd Novelties
an exclusive line at Pioneer Print
ing and Stationery Company, 3 20
Main Street.. 22-2t
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