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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1920)
MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Mr.und Mrs. W, Tomplor tiro tho
happy parcntB ot a baby daughter,
who was born jostordny.
J. S. Elliott, loent contractor, lott
this morning for Chlloquln to Install
the boilers tor tho now sawmill now
under construction thero by J. J.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Glnsbach nro
happy over tho arrival of n bnby boy
ot their homo on 11th street.
Tho many frlondijot Mary Silvern,
who-wos opornted oh for nppondicltls
Tuesday evening wfll bo pleased to
know that sho Is recovering nicely.
Gcorgo II. Bell has purchased from
Krcd Rucslng n homo on 1337 Sar
gent Avonuo. Tho property consists Article Ten of
NKW YORK, Jan. 2G The world's
debt Is estimated by tho National
City bank at $200.000,000,000
against $40,000,000,000 In 1U1 I.
Paper currency throughout tho world
lias Increased COO per cent since
PITTSIIUUH. Kas.. Jan. 20 - Four
hundred Kansas minors struck today;
because of tho passage ot the Indus-!
trial court bill. Tlio mines affected
aro tho Wdtern Coal & Mining com-
pr.ny's plont at Franklin mid u mine,
at Dunklrkldo. '
WASHINGTON. Jan. 20. No.
change In tho reservations affecting
tho league of nations,
ot a largo lot and a tlvo room bunga- covenant or tho Monroe doctrine pro-'
low which U modern in every respect. vision ottho treaty will be acceptable
Leslie Yordy, who formerly nttond- to Ilepublicans, Senator Lodge today
td vschool in this city luu Joined tho Informed Senator Hitchcock and oth
Merchant Marines, and is wishing for Pr members of the Informal Demo
n long voyage in tho near future, cratlc committee which has been con
HlK address at present is San Pedro, forrlng with tho Lodge committee In
Cal'., U. S. S. Iris. Lcslio resided horoiun effort to reach n compromise i
for 'a fow months' last summer.
Mrs. Minnie Yordy returns to Lake-1 RKRI.IN, Jan. 2G. Mathtns Kr?.
vlew tomorrow to teach school at Dry j i,orgor, minister ot 'finance, was
Creek. She closed a summer term at Grounded by a shot fired nt htm today
Prows Valley and has had no vaca-jns h0 was leaving court after a hoar
tion since September. 1916, until last jnB 0r the Holfferlch libel suit.
two months. Miss Iva Yordy attends'
high school at Lakeview. j Fl.OllENCK, Italy, Jan. 20. - Dur-
Bert Childers and Bill Woods uronR a meeting today at which the un
til tho city today from their homes In.nrchlst. lCnVlco Maltatesta. recently
Bonanza. I elected to tho chamber of deputies.
urged revolutionary measures, a mob
1 WEATHER RECORD 'tried to overcome a party of enra-j
jbteners. Thg latter, defending them-'
Hereafter the Herald will publish .selves, fired at tho demonstrators
the mean and maximum tempera-, wounding a score. J
turcs and precipitation record as tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover tho
day previous to tho paper's issue, up
to & o'clock of that day.
Max. Min. Precipitation
Jan. 21. 40 24 trace
Jan. 22. 41 32 .17
Jan. 23. 41 2S
Jan. 24. 47 31 trace
Jan. 25. 47 37 trace
SEATTLE, Jan. 26. "John P.'
! Blalno was arraigned today and giv-,
en two weeks to plead to tho Indict- j
Intent charging that ho accepted a sc-j
I cret commission in connection with ,
shipbuilding contracts. The grand
jury will riot consider any more ship
yard, cases for two weeks,. !
Manager Gibson of tho Pittsburgh
Pirates says that lung power, or in
other words, good wind. Is what ev
ery pitcher must have to mako good.
VALUE - GIVING
The nnmc Kuppcnhciincr in your ovcrcont is the best
assurance you can have for hitfh quality antl
This business of ours is growing bigger dny nflcr day,
because the superior valves we give our customers is the
real way to get more business for ourselves.
You men who need overcoats have an opportunity to test
this value-giving policy of ours. You can come to this sCore
vith the assurance of receiving a high quality return for tho
price you pay. This store is The Mouse of Kuppcnhciincr
Clothes. '. . '
The nature of our stocks, tho varie
ties in stales, fabrics and patterns,
make these offerings emphatically
the most interesting in town. We
point with special pride to the fine
tji Q tl ku;h!iJiar
Others at $35, $40, $45, $55, $60
K K K STORE --- Leading Clothiers and Hatters
Russians who nro rollgions do not
cat pigeons because of tho sanctity
conforrcd on tho dove in tho Scrip-
Recent developments in tho Dotnp-
Avoragcs for tho height of women sey-Carpentlor fight negotiations lu
show Hint those born In summer and dicato that Promoter Cochran of .I.011-
jf that's the caso, there must ho sorao autumn nro taller than thoso born in don wasn't four-flushing when ho de
promising twirling talent among the spring and winter. Tho tallest girls clared ho had Curpeiitier sowed up
Jbig'Icague magnates. v - - . "nro born In August., , in a contract
NEW GROCERY IS
TO OPEN FEB.
Hart SchatTner .
V &Marx J
This Sale Reduces the Cost
Clothes to You
ALL THRO' THE SEASON WE HAVE BEEN SELLING
CLOTHES ON NARROW MARGINS. WE'VE GIVEN YOU
THE MOST THAT COULD BE BOUGHT FOR THE MONEY.
WE STILL HAVE A NICE LOT OF CLOTHES ON HAND,
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX; SOME LATE ARRIVALS
THAT WERE BOUGHT AT OLD PRICES EARLY IN THE
,' SPRING FOR FALL AND WINTER. WE OFFER OUR FIRST
, OFFICIAL EVENT TO REDUCE THE H. C. OF L.
15 Patent Discount
1 on suits, overcoats, shoes and furnishing goods
greatest values you ever saw
This week closes the sale watch our ads and
the six large display windows
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"-
Tho West ICnd grocery will oprn
lor business on Monday Knru.iry 1st,
In tliu premises adjoining the post
offlce.'at 220 Main street This addi
tion to tlio mercantile establishments
of Klamath Falls Ls to bo conducted
by Alcssrs Crawford and Krancls,
both of whom nro well luicwn In
Klainat,h Falls, whoro they have le
Hlded for a long time. It Is the Inton-
tiou of the proprletoro to carry 'ir u
I ' to tho minute lino of staple and f.iu-
! cv Krocorlcs, mid also fruits and veg-
etable.s. A new, clean and bright
t btock Is being Installed, and Mexsr
I , trawioni ami i rncia anticipate a
brisk .business In their lino.
Mr. Crawford is tho treasurer of
tbu "MIllmcifH union, and Mr. Francis
Is, at present an officer In tho Retail
Clerks union, which office ho will ho
obliged to vacate upon opening busi
ness for hlniolf, In accordance with
the rules of his union.
. A pleasant mirprlbo Is promised for
tlio kiddles, on opening day; hut tho
mouthers of tho now 'firm aro reticent
ns to tho exact nature of this surprlso.
Tho hint Is given, however, that
youngsters should drop In on Mon
day, Fobruhry 1st, at 220 Main
r TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
'WANTED 2 slnglo young men for
jl advertising work oif road. Call
room 3U0 Hull Hotel after C o'clock.
t J , f , , , t ij f y 4
A A A A A i ! S A ' A t A
' V V V V V 'rW V V V V S ' V V V V V V V
For Sale or Trade
Threepts, with six-room house, in Shippingtou,
near tlio millB and factoid Young trees. Pump
with windmill. Outbuildings. All fenced, etc.
Write. .Box 107G or see
- at D. M. Cleaning Co. 'I
"V "" VVt"
FOR ItKNT (larago 3 blocks from
Main near 0th. I'hono 400. 20-28
I'OIl SALU Attractivo houso in
Lakeside Addition, Klamath Falls;
2 good slzo lots; ownor lives In Oak
land, California, and' will sacrifice;
property now rented for $lfi per
month up to April 1st; cannot give
possession till then. For renl bargain
in good houso ndilrcsn, Ownor, box G,
Herald offlco; (owner horo for 1 i
week only.) 20-27
There will bo a special incotlng
called for Tuesday night, .Ian. 27th,
it tho hall of the Labor Unions, over
Sugarman's store, for tho purpose of
selecting a new hall for meetings.
lly order of tho Lieutenant Commander.
20 KDITII JOHNSON, Record Keopori
Rest yet. Herald Wan; Ads.
The earliest known almanac Is dat
ed 1200 II. C. and wa.s written on
papyrus In tlio time of RumosoH tho
Croat, ot ICgypt.
IOliony Is always soaked from six
to eighteen months ns booh as cut. It
comes Inrgoly from Ceylon and tho
STAR -Double 11111 tonight, "Tho
World to Uvo In" AIlcu Ilrady.
"You're Flroil" Wallace Roid and
TIOMIMilJ "The Spark Divine" Alfco
AT THE MONDALE
Henry II. Waltlml in one or It I IHtf
Matinee livery Kiiliinlay-KiiiKlny
Coining K i,' "Trull of I lie OclopiiH"
DltflsSMAKINO--I'laln and fancy
sowing. All work guaranteed. Over
nnindenburg'n store. 20-27 j
FOR SAMS 3 room houso, 2 blocks
front' White I'olleiin JIolol 50 ft.
lot, chicken houso, gnrago, .oloctrlei
lights, city walor. l'rlco ?1G00 $fi00j
cash, halanco to suit.
.1. T. WARD & CO. .
lli.1 N. 7lh St. 20
Y FOR SAM'Must lot go nt-onco 4
I room nlodorn cottngo, sloo'plng
porch, frujt trees and horry hushes.
Fxrnllcnt garden spot.
or Tol. 230R.
WANTI3D lly tho I'aront-Toacliprs
Association, "to buy or rent a piano
or VIctroln. Tulophono Mrs. K, I'.
Inwreuco (42!)) or tho High School,
"TIIK PICK OF THIS PlCTUltKH"
II .W.' POOIilO, Owner. IIAHItV IIORIII,, Muslnil Director
When you see the '13th Chair you will learn who
killed Stpphen Lee. ,
"THE 13TH CHAIR"
will be shown tonight for the last time.
A Harold Lloyd comedy of course, and
thti wonderful now. color photography. ,.
WILLIAM FARNUM in, "THE BONDMAN'