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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, JANUARY HI. 1020
- We cuter to
jniunu. m .luuiiu litis uu'jii -
'established for the benefit' - '
of those who care for food'- :
properly 'prepared in the J, J"
.best way. We
and" prepare it
0 K:Qm'iSlve yu
lity and service
THE REX CAFE
fll.VMIMA U'noli .Tm, 1lVPnll
fnrnl.1 wl.n, men apparently have lost A,1, tlm tlmo nt ornoys fdr tlio nssocl
thelr fight to have Washington's lcg-'n"" f"o.l nffldavltB to Invoke refer
iHlntlvo rntlflrntlon of tlio national m "V'0"- 8c"e,"r1y f S " '
prohibition amendment submitted to ) 1Io1 roif""ci'1 t0, ",0 tho nffWav
the voters for final approval or rojec ll unt" dlrcctc'1 tho 8tato "P
Ah n result. It Ir thoueht. tho rati-
flcntlon will stand anil Washington ovor " ni0 for lRnnturcs. A fow
will ha countnl among thn stutes minutes before closing time, on tho
whoso approval of tho nmomlmont la IuBt '' l'ermlttod for filing tho poll
necMsary to mako ft offectlvo. t'en w"e lt on fllo In tho offlco
Tho fRht of tho California men,f Socrctnry of state,
wan ended, It la thought, whon a rcvl Questions were then rnlsedaH to
cent count showed thnt tho Cnllfor- v.yhethor or not nit tho signers were
nln Onpo Orowors' Protective As8- voters. The grapo Krowers sought
elation failed by 1.0G8 to got enough Judicial nsslManco by asking tho sup;
(signature on referendum potltlona rcmo court to Isruo n writ of man
It is the best paying class of a'dvertising in the world if youJ
have something to sell that belongs among little ads thatyou find
in The Herald. , ' '' v
JUST TRY IT ONCE
I? yu have something in your attic, (your basement: your,'
isparejroom, your barn, around you anywhere itht youvantto
isell? tryThe Herald -classified ads and you will find a"buyerf il
"one has something for sale' that you want., Let The Herald find'
it for you. It costs you but' a few.cents a day.
Classified ads cost you 5 eents a line a day five words to the
line. They must be paid for in advance and cannot be received
over the telephone that is why they rerso cheap. ,?
'If y w
buy the best m
to suit you, S
the mottb of
inking that tlio niousuro ho passed
on to tlio pcoplu, Tliu petitions car
j i led 20,989 uniiii'H. To Rocuro refer-
cniltiin action 22,057 names were no-
I Tlio flnnl count ended n flglu
i which began Immediately after tlio
cloo of tlio last Washington Icglsla
turo which ratified the amendment.
The wlno mon then sont potltloiiH
WHAT IS IT?
YOU WANT SOETHJG
it, trying The Herald's classified ads.. Some-tS
i mmA k m
'R .1 Lowell of Fredonla, N Y.,
Ib the. new nitiHtcr of Hie National
Orange. Ills cllmli to tlin position
wits through continued activity
mid eltlclem work In minor uriil
local olllrcM of thn grange 11
In til years old. a fruit grower and
vtlll operating three farms near
Fredonla Ho bus 40 acres In
grapes. Apples, peaches, pears
and small fruit art) his other spe
cialties. damus to compel certification ds leg
al signers tho nninon of voters drop
ped f i om registration lists by reason
of falling to vote nt provlotis elec
tions. The court denied the petition
3tul later refused to roncnr tho case
"LAST" FIRE HORSE
GUEST AT BANQUET
nitCAT FALLS, Mont., Jan., 10
"Dewy" last survhor of Great Fnllsr
hoi so-drawn flro fighting equipment,' Mii'sacro of the Innocents," which was
Is to bo tho "guest of honor" at a' recently dlcoerod In the cottage of
banquet to bo given him by members i l,,,nr, "Jlow, n ,c"n!0;.t.0rlB'n?",1
of tho flro department to mark his ,,v rt,?l LHPE!it;L r
somehow come Into the pofei-esslon of
passing. ( n jirc,sti 10 ,n, pn,j t,e equivalent
"Dewey" will bo stationed nt the) of m.reipi for It. and who gave it
head of the stable, whero ho will eatj to the Duke Alfonso dTte more than
his shnrc of the repast from a specl-j three centuries ago After the duke's
ally constructed manger. Ho Is to death the cnnas vnnlshed utterly un
hnvo lump sugar for desert. Tho menu ' " cnme so drntnntlcnlly to light
of tho other dinner will o somewhat
different from that of tho guest oft
-t the "le of tho dinner, each ofi
th6 guests will bo expected to n-i
spond to a toast with a tribute to
the retiring veteran of tho depart-,
moni. "Dewey" ma'y or may net re-'
snond. A flnshllcht nlcturn'of th nf-'
, . ,
fair will bo kept In tho archives of
The city council has ordered that
the horso bo placed on n pension. '
i.; i i i v
.SOME LUCKY HMDS
j Priceless Art Treasures Djg Up
in Odd P.accs.
Recovery of Lend Lost 0"d Master
Have fiot Infreq'uently Made the
Tortunes of Their Fortunate
The recent ilixcmory of a Ions-lost
Itnplini'l In mi old "ciirlotlfy shop In n I
Purls Muni rci.nllw jiirjjiyi njory, no ,
leH ilriiin'iiile, of tri-nsuro 'troj In
art, nan n London Tlt-lJ(tn urltci
It Ik not lout; Killed ll stolen ennuis
by Itnpliiicl of the "Holy rnmlly" ni
found in the cottage "f nu Italian
pcuxiint u In in It was nerving the sor
did ptnnoce of Mtnpplng a bioken win-
duivj n Coircglo which bad vanished
from the nlls of the Drewl6n gallery
and been lost to slsht for genemtlmm
uiik rccoirt'l from the recesses of
n Kiixnn luiv loft, and prltflciv tapes
trlen, (IcmIkui'iI by Itaphncl for Pope
I.eo X woie rescued from the hands
of n Paris Jew ufter he had burnt two
(if the pieces In order to extract the
gold and Mlur tontalned In their
Itnphnel's picture". Indeed, seem to
be pfi'iillail) ill fated. Only-a' fev
J ears ago Ills "La Hello Jardiniere"
wn! picked up at a t-econd hand hhop
In Purls fur 44 francs. Ills Vatican
"Adam and i:e" was found flung
n's'ile In the torner of, n picture deal
er's -liftp 'n tho Hue St. Lnrnrc, by an
nrtlht who paid a hundred francs for
Jt, Mini Aolil It n few das Inter for t
.SO.OOO. and for n modest f,0 centimes a
PnrlHlnn art amateur purchased Itn-
nliiiel's mlglnnl design for his groat
pletuie. "'L.i Dlspntn .S.icrninento.
for which he would willingly
paid 'J0.000 tlmys as much,
M,,rt. romantic Mill Is tho story of
the great master's famous1 picture. "TIip
uc"" '" ."'B v-"",u -kc;
KUiienH inmous iiiiisieriMctir,
viuiiniinn" uns n fiw vonrs aco. ex-
c,lnnpwi liy a pnris curiosity dealer
for ,n i.nttlf XV. arm chairs and a
sixteenth century roffer. and a for-
tunnte collector discovered nmong a ,
number of canvases exhibited for
""'' ,,v n ,!t'con,1 n,,,,(,t '!enler nt Mont" I
'""W "ne of T'nlerS n', i
i,ii. . ..no nliia tr miivMnco rrr -4ll
A portrnlt of Nell Gwynn by Sir
Peter f.ely was discovered In singular
circumstances at Birmingham by a
medical man. While attending a pa
tient In n small tenement he noticed
on (he wnll of the living room n tat
tered picture of the. head and bust of
a woman. The frame wns worm-eaten
with age: but. despite Its torn condi
tion, the picture seemed a good one
and It wns purchased by the doctor
for a trifled He took It nway and ulti
mately sent It to be cleaned.
There wns nothing on the canvas to
Indicate the artist's name, but the
ejes of the subject bore that peculiar
expression of tender langulsbment.
blinded sweetness and drowslnes-s at
tempted by no other painter than
Girls Play Fix and Hounds. ..
French village streets are admir
ably adapted to the American game
of fo and hound!?, according to Miss
Vera 11. Haines of Lake Bluff, III.
Miss Haines Is In charge of a sum
mer camp which the Y. W. C. A. has
opened for Industrial girls at Qui
The en nip is similar to those which
the association has established In thl
country for girls who want an out-of-dpor
vacation with plenty of sports
and good times, but who cannot afford
to pay much for It. It Is only one nf
Hurts established n France by the
American V. V, Q. A.
Swimming Is taught every afternoon
for those who wUli to learn it at Qultv
eron. but the weather Is amost too
cool to mnke this sport popular. Mis?
Ilalnes writes,- Tho girls are anxious
to lenrn American games, so they have
lieen pia.ving ,io unu nuiinus iiuumj.ii
the streets of the villngo In the after- i
noons and becoming acquainted with
"bacon and bats." on the bench and
long, hikes. Bonfires nre next to Ini
possible In arrnnglng becnuso ot the
scarcity of nil the essentials wood,
wlenervvursts nn,d mnrshmollows.
Didn't Stay to 8ay.
One rainy morning In the early fall
I was" awakened' by a noise, writes-s
correspondent, of tlje, Chicago Trjbune,
I llstenedoheard Borne, more .noises, and
.decided .ther.e must besomi? one a
theihguse. Jjjnmped. ftpm my Mi
inrnmi nn ihp llcht In the dlnlnc room.
.and 'there, to ray horror, stood Mr. JBurV
glnr nt .theWtchen floor, w He nna
Jumped through; the rpantry .window
.and got,.onlS.las, frJlBJt.he- lE,tci1.eJ?
when I caught him. I screamed at the
top of my veice: "Get out of here I
What do you want here, anyway V and
quietly he unlocked the door and went,
never saying a -word.
The Critical Cuisine.
"This,c,onl shortage " began the ap
"It doesn't Interest me." Interrupt
ed Mr. Stormlngton Barnes. "My
Hamlet getsroasted regardless of the
Marble & Granite Works
1010 MAI.V HT.
11U2 Main St.
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 5 Main St.
Ifomc-Mndo Pics and Cakes.
Cold Meats & Lunch Good.
Ico Cream and l'riilts.
Wo handle tho Harley-Davldson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
Ively. Also buy, sell and exchange
all otner Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes.
C. E. BISSiARK
IIS S. Otb St. Klamath Fall
Wo open store every Tuesdny'and
Friday from 10:00 a. m, to 4t00 p. m.
Many are tho good things wo can
show. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thngs cheap as
you ntay learn, you will neter be In
debt and have to skip if jou buy your
LUCKY DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Avo, Corner of Cth St.
Let your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazlng done in any part
of the city
E. C. STUCK?.
Carpenter St Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W 1024 Main.
J. C. CLEGHORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 517 Main -St.
Phenes: Office 100, Res. 102.1
6. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
bam. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P., M. Noel
Seventh and Main Streets
jtjUUi-unOisf"i'f''i r i" " j
Hair Dressing, .Shampooing,
Municui ing. Face Massage
Lee Apts., 5th and Walnut
Carpenter and Cabinet
106 Main Street Phone 457
For Your Favorite
Phone 176J 10 Main St
v i , f, '.
C i UMI.I1 11 E
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
Fourth and Pine Streets
Phono 43 W.
Loomls lililg., ItluiiiHtli Falls
DR. C. A. RAMItO
I. O. O. F. Iliilldlng
No iv Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDanJcls,
301 H.igh'St Phone 455
Offlco Phono 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
I'lijskinn and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. 0. 0. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rooms 4 and C
17R Swanson Illilg.
(Over Gun Store)
L Physician and Surgeon
? Office, White Bldg.
MEDICINE AND SURGES
206 I. 0. O. F. Bids.
Successor to Dr. Traax
Suit 206, I. O. O. F. Bide
Office phone 86J
Res Phone 86M
Phenes: 151.T Office.
Office 420 Main
Residence 1Q09 jjaln
SAW MIIiL ENGINEERING
Designers and builders of bioo
ern Saw Mills, Planing Mills, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
any class of n building and Install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting ot any kind done. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 14 W
Office in K. D. Building
,r, ...L-T-,, .,
We Do All Kinds ot, Spring Repair- ;
ing New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
Blacks mi thing
Alili WORK GUARANTEED .
fDOue 3SOW-X oxi nimniwii aict
aA -m jjv wri - ... aa.A I
1 am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cain.,
sand ,and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may be 'desired by contracters:
Land builders. '
AX. F. GRAHAM.
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
,. 1 617 Mola
ARTHUR R. WIU90H
In the Hospital