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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1920)
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FOR NEAR EAST
n rnu Youns was In from his
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
fll SE - 533 vO 0 0
. . u, r -M- InliMTin tcturaed? MSt
s$VjarenlsknMpther rejaXivas and
R. Jamith. .general .freight ano
lWHIH ngent tor the Southern Pa
cltle comvWfrtcbmpanred by Mrs
VKrte SacTftWtpVa brief vlMtf
HaBterSvliaime -to. last night
4T a, bustaossMftoh San Francis-
Sil ..,. xt u' v
'.-iWord hasbeousjocelved hero, by
wao hatfbecmspending'tho winter In
.Washington whero-her husband has
been In the lnterl8)f Wo Rcscrva-
tlek 'opening, la sorlfcusly. Ill with
jSwmoRiljat cl.ly ,
MeCrcHrtk,"wao resides In- Mills Ad
dition wllt, VsrleS Iciin tfi,t
hatTUs" been seriously 111 tor about. a
w'eejk and his recovery Is not .expect-!
H. E.- Momyer left this morning tq
Resume hts.-dutles u.-i.aaslstHnttBUper-'
iritendent of the Crato? l.ake Nation1
al.park. preparatory-" the.sjKla op
aisVoKtfee part season. Mr 8nar
rewiapCTlBtendent of 'the , lark,
r" nt k'yesterd ,,. '
COURT PUTS O.K.
XK. O&JAZZ! STRAINS
5bOS ANGELES, Cal.. Jan.-29.
Jaw music Is not a nuisance", accord
Jjii,todec.lslo,nby Judge Lewis ,Rj
Wwrk's.lta. the Los Angeles-county.
Tacltyjof Pasadena had brought
suit agalas asocjaUclub, whose. neU
abhors, ."coaaplalaed lts "Jan music
Jarred" on- their, fearves.! : " ' v ,
ndie Wc'ratf Wat: ? ' ' 1
.v.. 'Oce Jaw Biuslc might have, been
.VoaattH.ed.as-a'aulsaBce.'' It IS-H6 Ion--ger'so
,(rheilhe residents of the neigh
borhood, I am sorry, bat this court!
cnot sljre tnera relief. - --- " i
tin In M.'i
;ir riH prniriffffi.i n
m in i hi iituuuu i u
f T - 'UBaMB-t- r r
L'Eafci!CforTalH8.1 Jan 39 j Oregon
clubbbVa and glrls-S593- ot thomi
prodoced 'durinivi9 i 9' lljoatdck,' corn ,
imisitttcs-. irardeit track-: cstmiod' goods,
lind oher p'rodutita'taltted aU63
..- .... . .J.
j- rUHiUAfiu,! afi no. tiio. ru-
ault of Insistent tcjegrams and lottors
to various monjbor of tho United
,8tat.es , grain corporation directorate
to Herbert C. Hoover and to others of
official, and qomt-otticlgl Influence
Samued C. Lnncnstor, cnnlrmnn of
the Near East Koltot commlttoo tor
prqgon hna bocn n,otltlod that n $!,
000,000 cargo of rortlnnd flour, sold
:2;,'"t,R ,1"1 y.t'he United Btates government on
t ot Hi C. Bbymour, stato leader t)tf '. ,. ,hn .,. ,,, rnnuhi,0
bov artd girls1 clubs. Not'oarnlngs
ot '33,095.40 are shown after deduct
lag for labor, rent; purchnse;.ot antin
alsiAnd all other-materials.
these figures are based on Reports
at, the. plub .boys and girls who adtu
allyvcompleted helr work, out ot he
3.000, eflrclied .at the beginning ,of
the yean JEvery, county In the, state
-vns.' reprftentod with Multnomahi
Claekamaa, Coos. Douglas, ahd Mar
lon la the lead.
The. pork production, project shows
the.-greatest prpflU'Wlth ,16,625.75
cleared from 447 market hogs and
53 uhrpod sows. VA large uaaberpt
lhese.,ara. pur breda:alraaibf
hoga which wilhba juedi.ln. rfSfS'.
hi,-mor purred atocitegMJ-jjj,
i hie gardening project ranaea seconn
ln-TalU9,4.70,membars showing a pro
fit ot.i6.36-7.10. The 393 pluJtry club
inembers.showlsg a profit pt IP.SSJ,.
.10. .The. 393 poultry club members
raised. 4.702, chlckent, ,46 turkeys;
andi 15.0.,ducks, and sold 2349. eggs
making a total profit-at $4,4,39.81:
Capnlag ,club. .glrla .tanned 9479,
quafts,ot trait, ,3461 quarts pf veget
aWasn and - 548 quarts: t, raeat and
rf.lahj.besldea drlng., pound of
frojt a(J vajetaoiea wjn a;nei,earn
Ing.ofl 301.34 EortlaAdiboya and
girls enrolled la the milk goat pro-.
Ject renori caring for-64. goats Taluad
at $2(B6t;25, and waking .n earning
of IS.OS'a.BO. 'Rabbits 'numbering
3415 and valued 'at $5,122.50 were
Valrfed fbyr rabbit club members.
rcrodit to tho. struggling little ropubllo
of .Armrnia.r juai entering upon its
great task ot reconstruction, will bo
loaded on tho Columbia river built
,bont lionrport about Kobrunry 20 for
shlpmont to tho mouth ot tho Euph
rates. Tho Dcarport,. 9600 tonnage, on tho
ways at the Btandlfor ahtpynrda In
Vancouver, will bo launched within
two or three weeks.
', .'The order of tho Unltod Stntos
grain corporation to load this Tort of
Portland boat with Columbia rlvor
basin flour consigned to tho Nonr
East on credit Is significant In'ninny
wmsald MnilMMttsrX'It-lii not
l4ll 'aoaJrWatloi from tho
H!goirHtwt'''iOf ouruporf, of
the great whoat growing Industry
ot tho Columbia river basin, but It
means thai our government Is offi
cially reaching out a helping- hand to
AateBg" many actors . to whistle Jn
vlha?dre!SIig;rpom la looke.apoB-aa
a.Hprteat f UMHek; c '- ''
'BajHSfX wrvtV" k'
v' Although Oregon Is' not 'considered
ctfrnlfcrwlRg stat'eVcorn club boys
TOU SALRr-Roemtag houae, beat lo-
..patiea intpwa, iBqulre- 04:-MalB
vK.:L. Elliott' office or phone 120.
- -. - J-. , . iM.ti TT" ;
WANTED-r-PosItlos by man and
wifc'arattch; man Ho do ranch
workridatrying, woaaaa to cook. 'In-
qHlr,gp Mala. St. j,. ,., 39,30
RXnMUBNCBO bookkeeper (male)
,.,Mffan tjnie to haad4j' small -set
f hooka or stake, up facoaae tax,. Tel,
,?.t-''.. ... ' , .;' , , j '.
$500 pBta yea Ib possession of your
owb home sad relieves you of the
renters continuous .dread, .ot being
compelled to Wove' on Accouht-of sale;
4 .rnflaftM. nilni Mnmrwiiwrm
acreeaed sleeping "porch, fruit trees,
berry hashes. large, lot One block off
pavement, fire minutes from Post Post
FOR SALe-191 Model, five, passea
t ger..anto In good condition. Will
trade for light truck or delivery car.
Chllcot fc.Bafth. " ' ' 29-31
"L Ji:.J -. I
RENT One ffonri rnnm tnr
bachelors', light 'Houaekeeninr; Al.
sd sleeping rooms. 515 Klamath, be
tween 5th, and 6th.. 29-31
FoR'SAtEt 1Q acres, with house
aad barn. 5 A, "under irrigation.'
, JolaiakTirroa'rrg6t'6f way. Oppo-
t slta aide isjt, Chelsea. Lumber Boi Co.
inq)Ci iJn King. BhlPPlngton.
. iji, , . v
' '' "- feeo
t . -s, t
ycJauAjpngrts.. In , eir?
ffactf.ithnt I havn
V crime and served'
Al'pei'son wo can
WFWfiri yWifprjCrime, oj that
"JWrjf,rBMMrlP9w e.Ter brought
against me?'ahyHere' or at'any time.
MUS ''MARVmSWlLLfAMH. Br
'cfcaWd f,329-.W trOirf-thelr fclota.
Thebest Corn In the-state was raised
by -AVeritt' WICtox ot Malheur county,
i'-' 8heeiJ and woel rilsed by tlub boys
alTd girlsvald, sit' ,n.567:21, coat
t'MeBi.i$766gmaklag1a profit of
$70:r5jcajf elBhWeaAera "irho
$4y477.,S0;-.althougK'thlas 8 tmV'tirht
year ror'thatrwoi In vtosUte. Ohrla
la Hhe-sewiir IbS made1 4344 idlf-
ferenfartjclea it m prottt'of $1 1 686.
Gookteg- Clu'pem'bers.boys as "well
aVgirli, IearBed to prepare 'and serve
meals'-auft -bake bread "as good as"
mother-makes.- The'l?' ' prdfft was
91269.67: r - '
t. fJ-s i i r-i'
if. .Ofcb. PROFESSblt "1 ,
. .WILL MAKE CHANGE
..UNVEJtlBiTY , Or .OREGON- Eu
gene, aaaary ?s.r-rAnptner lUeaamg
Baf essor.Vt the Unlversjty ot.Orfgon
CARD OF THANKH
.Merrill, Ore., Jan. 28. 19.20
; "We .wlshj.tp publicly thank all.our
frlonds of Merrill, Malln, and Bhasta
'lew and others who so kindly offered-
their assistance, or words ot sym
pathy, also fof'the floral tributes, In
the sickness and death ot our. darl
Ing boy, Wesley.
; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Garrison
( .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Chandler,
, .' Grandparents.
, Pickled grapes are considered
great delicacy by the Syrians,.
BHASTA VIEW NOTES
6PECIAL BAtE ton rubber aoods.
k4p hoots amd shoes Clothing. Get
wwe. si.(;oT.,eui ana Klamath Ave.
Sale at 10:00 a. ra. and 4 d. m. Prl.
day the' 3eth. , ', . , ,29. J:haaaacc.Hinbed.to.tbJgre,pMihlgher
elsewhere;.- Doctors J oseRh .Sehafer,
.head of iha'.s department pf AUtory
'siaee 1.9,00, aad one of the mqat ppp;
uUrDroiessors.wUl leave either at
Easter cor la' June for the. University
omisconsia.rWirere 'jiB,ifiij eppv
supar.in, vnJent of t Je t w (ippns)n
State iHistorlcaf , Society v
' . la hiSinew, position Dr. Schafex will
havB. tlmo tOiWork on his "History of
American-Agriculture," in which he
ireau.owoai ne .consiaera me econ
omic basis of American clvlllratlpn
., Dr,i.8chater.ls author.ot VTIe.Hls-
to.xyi xujtha Pacific Northwest,". Jarge
lydusedvJA', universities,, and, hlgh
Bchopls,V of ''.The. Pacific 8,Iope,and
Alaska,'; )0f;,';The Historyy of Land
'Grants. Ja, Aid of Education," and of
TheiAcaulsltlon of Oregon ,TerrJ-
t9ry.'.Mfe was.Dean of the Extension
Division -from 19 12 to1917, and was
the fouader oMhe Portland center of
the University, of .Oregon.
i,.-... i ir-i-T-B
. V" RULELESS REG'T
NOGALESI Ariz., 'Jan. 29-Mnla
tjli j.i.u, ,
ia9H;?l vL'cur in
, Again owe. are-showing the most
eatiae and Greeting Cards ever'
breughf to' Klamath FalU. Pioneer
rriatiag .aa. gtattoneryi Company,
rvaJfatevJasii .(Koustoa Opera
Mouse' Block): ... 29.
'"J'iitkr "oHrvvii ".
r. T 9mmm
7' J.- T." waw fqo. '
1SS N 7th Street
sklnne'r'of -the' First Cavalry here
after will "have 'to swear at' refectory
ckfbur'et'ors and punctured tires, "for
the isTm'BfuIe Is being banished. .
t Farewli,'to the iiue, Inap'far as
tbr,,Ffrst4 (Javf Iry Is 'concern d, 'was
said-recency11 by a board of eaeifal
ctf leers' aBpoJated-' bV the Ifar De
partment b investigate the subject
of aiotrli'cats,lr, , , '
: 'A'fte?; htgs.t1 marctC if, wbch'-bbth
ti'.uljs lsjptorrjirere :?4, " th'e
board.,."! headed by BrlgadieV'Oeiltral
MarshMJtfn Brownsville; reported'i'la
IwsfcAfdiwi'i t6 do awar Trith .the
tllesf A.rjf,, ,, .
Wh ,-'A. ' .ft, -" T
t -Tka ThlbeMasJMtt.ott th-tpngua
ai1 an 'of respectful salutation.
Many hearts aro saddened in this
cPmmntiity' by thd death ot Wesley
Garrison; eldest son of" Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Garrison of Merrill, which oc
curred Saturday morning after an Ill
ness ot abouUthroe weeks. Wesloy
was-eleven years-of age and had lived
here with his parents during bis few
years of life until last fall when thoy
moved to Morrilr He .was a. very, sln:
cere, conscientious child and for ono
ot his age' deeply Interested Jn school
and Sunday schoohand will bo great
ly' missed by alL The .grlof stricken
family have the sympathy of u large
circle of friends in this community.
.C. AV, Bailer reports that tho peo
pie In this vicinity .are contributing
liberally to the. fund for tho pest con;
troj, wJilch we all, feel Is ono ot tho
best .moves for the county.
O. E, Hunt and daughters Mary,
Ada, Hazel and Beulah were Klamath
Falls visitors Saturday. Miss Mary
stayed with C. C, Garrison's family
In Merrill Saturday and Sunday.
Joe Cbotard started Friday for Eu
reka, Cal. where he expects to work
this spring and summer.,
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Click aro visit
ing relatives and friends in Ashland
for a few days.
Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs.
Dalley were In Merrill Friday. ,
LEFT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR FIRST EVENT TO LOWER THE
H. C. OF LIVING.
OUR STOCK OF FINE SUITS AND OVERCOATS, SHOES, ETC.
WE NEED ROOM FOR SPRING STOCKS. IF YOU NEED THE CLOT
IT'S A REAL OPPORTUNITY THE BIGGEST THING
OF THE YEAR. V ' .
L .w- 3
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suits and Overcoats
Spring Snowing included in
j."- t--jwi iiiV !-
"For the Man Who
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
AT THE THEATERS
A. Switzer bad a good well drilled
a few days ago and school district 20
had a ,well drilled at the Orlndalo
school hotse and struck a fino flow
Joe Foster of Round Lake was a
b' plness caller In Klamath Falls Mon
day. Switzer had a truck load of fuol
brought out Tuesday ot this week for
his tractor. Ho Is running his tractor
and flows at full speed, at prosent.
Mike Bonier and family spent tho
day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. G,
Hunt and, family.
If. A. Talbot of Plevna was trading
wjth Klamath, Ifalls merchants Mon
day. p. S.'Mumford was in Klamath
Falj Tuesday of this week.
Bad colds are still prevalent in this
The SIometngJeId at tbn Talbot
irn-a"fewiJaysago was very well
attended 4rm across the river but
but never the less'there will be more
alios on 'this side of. the' river 'soon.
iaVde.i about this Improvement that
l&-.tits7ear future will be the. back
bqtte of the, county. Now-let us give
piir attention to 'the returns of Mr.
During tho filming of "Anno of
reen Gables." Aruthur S. Kiino. nro-
ildent of tho. Realnrt Pictures Corpor
ation, was presented with u pnlntlni;
of tho star, Mary Miles Mlntor, niado
in Chlcnco some ten year a ago when
sho was being featured In tho Far
bum stngo piny, "Tho Littlest Hobul."
Tho painting Itself has an interesting
story. Charles C. Pylo, prominent In
film oxchnngo affairs of Chicago,
back in 1909 or 1910, saw a llttlo girl
Qn tho streets who was obviously titl
ing drcssod for tho purposo of mak
I'ne her appear at least ton yonrs old
or than eho was. Inquiry proved that
sho was Mary Miles Mlntor and that
,iho had to appear 16 years of ago to
get by tho local labor law. Ono day
Mr. Pylo visited tho studio of an ar
tist frond and saw n fino painting of
Miss MInter, a study of her in Die
rolo of ''Tho Llttlost Robol." Tho pic
turo was presented to Mr. Pylo, who
has treasured It for years, and when
ho heard Miss Mlntor wns Blgnod for
productions for Realart, brought tho
plcturo to Mr. Kunn, Tho painting, 3G
inches high by 20 Inches wldo, Is lie-
ik olaborately framed and will bo
hung at Realart hoadquartors on
Fifth Avonuo, "Anno of Green Ortb
los" will bo shown ut tho Lllmrty
Theatre Friday and Saturday. A fino
reproduction ot tho plcturo mention
cd above will bo given to each of tho
ftrst ono hundred 'ladles attending tho
performance at tho Llborty tonight,
. Tho roal man without a country Is
tbo gypsy. For conturics ho was wun-
dbrcd homeless over tho earth, sing
ing his weird songs and tolling for
tunes. Ho is tho most plcturesquo of
Tho llfo ot tho gypsies la portrayed
fc "Tho Sneak,'' tho William Fox
photoplay which will' bo shown to
nicht at iho Liberty Theatro. Their
prof ound Soyes and blttor hatred!
aro said to form the themo of a most
thrilling Plot. Gladys Brockwell starf
In the rolo of Rhona, tho gypsy prln
cess. Mary Miles Mlntor, who is bolng
tr- i' 'npc"n ' i (ip''i .
herself "for years an admirer ot the
L, M, 'Montgomery 'Anno" stories,
portrays.Anno Shlrloy Jiiat as tho au
thor' described, her,
' Anne Shirley, an. orphan, is sent to
'Green Gables," tho homo of Murllla
mid Matthew Cuthbort, a Now Eng
land spinster and her farmer brother,
In rusponso to n request, from thum
that a hoy bo sont. Thoy accopt Anno,
who proVos a mischievous girl whoso
prnnku stir tho villagers. Sho grows
up and Is graduated from tho Acad
uniy with honors. Matthew's plan to
sond her to college Is thwarted when
he lint) financial rovorsoa, resulting
In Ills death. Anno obtains a position
to teach, and with hor monger earn
ings engages a specialist to oporato
en MarlUa's eyes. Throughout tho pic
ture Anno has difficulties with n fam
ily named Plo. Her flnnl triumph
oror them and tho prospect of hor
marriage with a boyhood sweetheart
closo tho plcturo. This plcturo Is at
tha Liberty Theatro Friday.
SURPLUS ARMY SHOES
ARE OFFERED PUBLIC
Halo ot surplus army shoos Is now
ou ut tho army retail storo, Fifth and
l'lno streets, Portland, according to
annmiiicommit received by Postinns-
j ler W. A. Uolr.oll. Orders may be
sent by mail, specifying size and
width of tho shoo doslrod.
Throe styles uro offered, n choco
late colored marching shoo for $'8.25,
a heavy metallic fastened shoo for
7.fiu and a welt shoo for the same
Tho government In disposing of n
million pairs of shooH nt sales hold
by tho 2C army retail Btorca ot tho
truntry, allotlng 0,000 pairs of
shoes to each storo.
COLOGNE, Jan. 28. Coal Is so
scarco In Uormany that Its uro for
tho cromntlon of bodies nt Frolburg
has boon forbidden by tho city coun-l TEMPLE "
cli of that municipality. manco" El
Houston Amusements Today
OPERA HOUBK Ruth St. DetiM
STAR 'Lord and Lndy Algy"
Hor Greatest Porfot-
llon Torry, adv.
"TUB PICK OF TIIH riCTUIUCS"
II .W. 1'OOIiK, Owner, HAUUV BOIUIF., MuhIcjU Director
' ',w, aaaa.v SrVVVlruvvv-unJ-UXfXfUXr
Magnetic Gladys Brockwoll as a gypsy maitJ .
in . ;
A romance of rags and riches .
NOTE, Tho first ono hundred ladles attending' tonight's por
formanco will bo presontod with a handsome picture of MARY
MILES MINTER, the dainty star of ''ANNE OF GREEN GABLES,"
which is the big featuro picture
lr$ay T urdy
pmm m I I