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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1920)
TUESDAY, MA11CH JW, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
M TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
j CLINGING ONVISIBLeI
? if $& A fl I1
55 VVLA &
I FACE POWDErwMWI f
WANTED AT ONCE KunilnluMl
house, furnished apartment or
furnished nwms. Cult Herald Office.
Storage llntterle II. Shldler
Mnll.Ml - - U.,i,ii,l.),tiii,l Mitivlii
1 1 machine. Spot Cash lluskel tiro-
" Wrought Jo jnakc -f hit"'
SIOl X FAU.S. S I) Mm 2.1
Smith Dakota wtlers will m their
piluuiry loiliiy instruct their dele i
gallium to tho iiiitiutiiit i,nentiou
whom to ulo for n u proiild"nliul
prefeienro on the tlrot three ballots'
In tho democratic uml repuhlkr.il n
lloiuil contentions. They will libit
senatorial anil t'dti i?ic
WANTED Hoom In Private fnmllv.
by single oung num. IMn-iio 3 1 :t . ' nomlnaie
S3 slonnl candidates mill complete iio
Qienlcrficld, bring V(HJ
die I.cm i.( TurkUh and
DmncMir Icur, ,clldcj
bring out new dc,
IWiu of lluv,lr. J
l'tiero nro thiee sets of cunilldities
Tim regular meeting of tho Worn- Ir presidential iioiuiiinlloi. to e''l
n' lleueflt Association of tho .Mac-j pnrtt. lliiurnl I.ohii.imI Wm.tl. en
cubees will be held In tin Library ' ,i,,.i i P ii.iu . iii..-iiii! Il
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December iiiul Prideii' ilson
Itnll, March 3.1. 1U20. lit S uYlnek.
MRS. WIl.l.ARl) JOHNSON
- Perfumed with the Costly New Odor of 26 Flowen
S TXOESNT blow or brush off the face, but
I J sticks closely, giving a dainty "bloom", far
different from that chalky "make-up" look of
inferior powders. Doubly delightful with its rich
Jontecl fragrance. Try a box today.
STAR DRUG CO.
TO I.KT Utgglng contract flvo mil
lion foot. 10,000 imr ily begin
ning nhout April Int. Thin In u big
wlicol or tenm trurk irotOMltlon. id
inllo haul llox Zf. Klmmith KiiIIm.
KOIt SALB- $2,000 i-oiitruct. tlr.iu-
Iiik S ht nt. rayiimntn, $-10 a
month. Tel 27SW. 23-27
' Miiillurly 1'iulorfii'il hy u ilfiiiovniiii
jinintliiK. nr ii'Ikiki''"I '", - J "
propotml t'iuiillilntH Th- npuhll
rnn imijorlty hIokiiii iiiuioiiiu-il
jolcht wonlH. tho h'Kul limit. I I'M
rlntUin, proKroiui. pritptril. Im
U'ltty. inomimy. Inw uml onlT " '' lu
ilmitocrittlc hIoriui lit "Kor l.islln.t
HMC lllllIlT till' l.l'lli:iln Of Nlllltllli
CoMirnor Kriink () l.owtlmi. of II
llnoli. ropuhllfiin. uml Jmih'k W.
(iTiiril, ilomocrnt. worn noh'rtml fr
--- WANTKI)- Mnn to rimtmrt iIIhoIiik.
.1 cultlvntlnR otr , 215 ncrn Tnlo
1 Ijiko land on
, If you nro lookltiK for u cood
Aonrtitiitnt ltnimn nrtittoKltliin vvt inn
a.n 1 inn nrrniiKltik- to ko Into othiT . prinililiMiiliil nomliitttlon ly .loh'KiUr
biulnciiN. A. J. l.ylo. SUth & IIIkIi. ! to llu l(iftmlmr confi'mnm who
oro not h.iIIhIIciI with thti iniipurlly
llnvo n practically now comphUml r"",,v """ ,,,r ""' "" "
& x 10 mid 6x7 vlnw ramtirn outfit ) proponni rrtmlliliut'ii l no nipuo-
for nnlo rhpup. A J. l.ylo, 6U?,!llKh. : llciin minority kIokiii U 'ronomy.
23 iclllrii'iii'y. protiTilon. pi'ci. nnrlrul-
turo irimettil: nni IIib " Tint ilimi-
MACHINISTS AND AUTO MECHANICS
t Charter Closes March 24th. Initiation fee still
X $5.00. Join now. Regular meeting
J TUESDAY, MARCH 23
X at the Labor Council, 8:00 p. m.
Machinists' Union No. 1473 ,S
dhnrit ,lin.ii or other-
promptly. V. & II.,
Strictly modern 7 room furnlnliml
house. Klru place, hot ulr furmict.
cement basement, hard wood Mourn,
built In features, stationery laundry
tubs, InrKO garage, large lot, cement
walks, beautiful lawn, everything In
AHUM) OK SUPPLY.
r.ItEKNSHORO, X. C.. Mar. 23.
Demand for furniture throughout
tho country Is of Immense propor
tions and ft Is Impossible to make
the supply kpep up with the demand.
according to manufacturers who at-
cIubs-A condition. Only
oxtru largo room modern pluo-
ored liouoo In good location. Has
, built In features, cement walks, gar
age, wood shed and nice lawn. For
Immcdlatu sale, will soil for $3700.
j i room newly papered and painted
It was agrel that the lumber short- ,0U8 cl.0!, j,1", batt!':l,1,?"';1' Invn
.. . , ,,.., .. tory and sink. Price J 1700. Torino,
age was the most serious difficulty i . -p, v.ltl .V C)
confronting furniture makers and no Phone :I73 ' V2r, orth 7lh St.
material relief Is In sight at present. -3
ocratlc minority ramlldato Is run
nlng miller "Make and keep tho
I world isifti for democrac) "
Stiuators Miles I'olnilutlor, of
i Washington, ami lllram Johnson, of
'California, ant known as republican
Independent candidates, having been
named by tiling a petition of at least
I one percent of the total vote of their
party at tho last election. James O
Monroe, of Illinois. Is the potltlim
.candidate so nominated for tho item
locrallc ticket. I'oludeYter's slogan
It: "American government free
from rlum or foreign control
DISGRACEFUL SCENES (LOSE LAUNDRY IN
AT DANCE CHARGED NIGHT; VALUE $100
t'liaiKt'i tll't at the PUIHIi' ilailie " - th,
at the Moose Hall ! Halur.lay j rw ,ll"l ll0. yMr
night fully Mi persons, men nuilim""u' lB,,t "lE,,, ,,y " unknown
women tnilli. wero InliiUrnteil. that '"" "r ",,,,v,," fr," '" flolb.
vulgarity marked the dancing, that'll"" ' iUn ' ' ''UU lllrha it
he saw at least one eUilhlllou of III-:"4 Vlnn lf",- '-" First Tl
deretiry. that men III the ante rooms i "''" !' l')inK m Ih. IU,
wer loudly profane and that h(",,,r",K", ,,,,', "" mrnln ,
numerous times during lh course of ,"loeimi wer scattrrrd cuer ih,
the evening spoke to various men . Br,,,,,", "", ,lh '" r-rt-pllon of
and reiueted them lo remotubet '"w mlnred garments. ih mVi
tint presence of wwiumi and rea u. ' wastilng of a famllv of lriv u
lug v Ho Inugilngn, were mnile. wllhK,,n,,
aildeil detail by t'ouucllmaii V. M. ' Uml linen, crocheted rf.na.m-
lPP at last nlghfs meeting of the hmlilerml Infants' r..iliitK wr UV.
council. rM' n" "l","l1 artlrlM that It
wanted to see hat was going ' nW " K'"al .lest In rtplit.
on, said Jir I'PP. '.Members of my """n" H,r' "" " m" m dii
own family wanted to attend the
public dances hern and I had heard
much about the way In which they
were conducted "
He said that he saw several worn
en pass In and out of the lavatorlr!
renerveil for men and that tie pre-
rlues are small.
In reporting the msiipr to U
Herald, Mrs tllehn said hr vu
prompted by a desire to rt othfM
lirortt hy her mUfortunn uml rrfrila
from the common custom of l.ultj
Uuudered clothes out ovemllhl.
OVKUTUHF WIL1. NOT
(LOST An Agato ear-ring between
tint.. I llnll I l.'l.. .1. Il.....
IFITV t.lll UL'V twill I "; .lull lull. .xiiiuiiibii iiti? i
nu. Hill Kh.NATOH. atore on Monday. Finder please
I1KNI), Mar. 23. H. J. Ovorturf, leave at Herald offlco. Howard. 23
of Hend, will be a candidate at tho
Johnson's Is 'Americanism, freedom "umr" ,,ml ,"ll,ur w" concealed in
of speech, press. Justlin. with law (""'" l'lars. He said that parlies of
mil .ir.1,.1- " Mnnr,U', I, . lr..V..iil I "'" "ll WOllieU WUPl llrlllklng Oil
rni n .....i i.,.i,..,i. ", streets around the dance lmll i mU ones
-wfaif s(fT--S "Itt'll IISISISr'
oly by taxation ' '""'I ,'1!" "'"'r '"'liavlor was bolster-
mis anil disorderly.
i on roiiuru iook rii action on
l"p:is statement, nor Indicated t,
1 1 ffilt fast ! I.I I...
;ii i isvstfnv n iim tt4 l(T
ll'.'llLaU .Mlltur Mtrilblil said Itml I In. imbii.
It Is understood that there htti
tweu other losses of clothing frea
linen in the city, though compmtltt-
tended tho meetings of tho National ' comInK ',rlmarlcs. 'or tha Republican!
i nomination lor stato representative.!
Th White Pelican Haiti" lll up
en Wednesday evening. March II,
for the nubile The will bo 0D
every de fnn two in the ami wr
en In te1 "'tiMe whlng to MOH
the iiluugn for private p.irtl mir
TRACTORS AND TRUCK UShRS.
Council of Furniture AiMoci.illnn,"u,,,,nul,on ,or 8,nl0 represcniOUVO. ,,,., Mn,r Service Cnmimnv I.
held here. There la evcrv reason to KarIior ln the J'cnr.Ir. Ovorturf de- offering for tuilo direct to tho users,
believe, these manufacturers sav cIare'! 'lig Intention of going out for 'tho United Motor TruckH In 1 '.4. 2 'A.
that tho demand will bo incrcaslncl'vi tho Icgtalaturc. but was uncertain at 3 ' "'' r'ton ""' ' "'" ,r,,,;f-
iu iuu uiuwnu win oo increasingly! ,,,,.. i, ,., , ,. ors. II g discount, save tho agent's
great in the future At the same time ll at ' mo' tthcthe'- W"11 ok commission. For prices and ills-
Place In the upper or lower house. ; counts, write Thomas RandleK. cam
'United Motors Service Company. 2U-
North liith St , Portland, Oregon, tf
1 PTITr 'K-'Ofnt of the ilaure nl the Moos.t llw l'l'r" ' l'v" J'""'?
U I . - -- hi ,., , , ago , ....j,,,;; tSrrntL' iw!
J U I II I L " ''1M,cl"1 lM,"','iunn lo maintain
"I told them." said Hie muyor.
Republican of !ov I'niiik O Hint if tl ey rould not see lo It them-
l.owileu'a home state, III.iiiiIm. are settes that the dances were ciiuiturl-
solldly behind his candidal y tor il In ilen-nl fashion thai the ihnrea
president. would be prohibited "
The Illinois Republican State Con-
All ll'die kunwlng (lli'inivltrl In
debted to III" Isnlnllmi hniplul.
please selllo with (' t l.nw. HI
Oak Ave 2I-3J
" CHAINS OF EVIDENCE "
The most unusual mystery drama of tho screen. Supberb cast,
headed by Edmund Breese, Marie Shotwell and Anna Lehr. Truly
a magnificent production. It's a Hallmark Picture.
THERE'S A MVSTKItY, A MURDER, A ROMANCE
Connected with this affair.
Fatty Arbucklo in" FATTY'S PREDICAMENT" 1
Regular prices Show starts at 7:30
FOR SALE- -Second hand United
Motor truck of t tons fully equip
ped for hauling, excellent condition
for only r27B0.O0 F. O. II. Portland,
Oregon. For particulars, wrlto Thom
as Handles. 2G-N'orth 15th St., Port
land, Oregon. tf
. tr.il Commltteea at a special i.ieet.ui:
held In Chicago, March 0, and pre
sided over by Chairman Frank I.
1 Smith, adopted the following rcs.i
iliitlon by u unanimous vote
"Whereas, the llfo and achieve
inputs of (iovurnor Frank O. Low
dun, culminating In his great work
iih envnrtwir fif lllltinlrt linvn until..
FOUND ledgers purso In bod ron- ,,,, ...
talnlng money. Owner can hnvo; " ' '
same by Identifying and paying forjtho nomination by tho Republican
this ad. Mrs. F. C. DeClmlno. 7fiT. party as president of tho United
Main St.. City. 23-21 states:
Am In.l NnUhln.. n HlrlrllV mn,l..rn ' ''A'"1 MIoVllIK that pniSlltlt ires-
flvn room house on paved street. At- '"B nnil rrltlcal conditions In our
tractive price. Some terms to right ' nntlou's iilfalrn demand u man of
party, (leo. II. Chamberlln. 121 1 !oiind buiilnesn Judgment ami nf
"And believing that tho remark-
DEMOCRATIC CJOVERNOR able, ever InrreiiMlni? iiniirnvnl i.lv.m
his candidacy forecasts tho great
strength ho would have as the candi
date of tho Republican party '
327 W. oven-!
j, - Dorothy Dalton in 4t
A stoiy of the Paris slums.
"BACK TO.THE KITCHEN"
A Paramount-Sennett Comedy Two Reels
REIIEI.H AT TRAPPINGS.
HARRIHmmn, Pa Mar. 23.
(Jovornor William C. Sproul haa de
cided not to avail himself of tho
time-honored prlvllego of appointing
a personal staff. Ho rebelled nt tho
thought of being followed about by
a retinue decked out In gold braid,
flwords and military trappings. Ho
will struggle through his term as
governor without It.
(Joint resident e lot III nil urti
nf Hie city nt prlren Hint make
bargain of llieni nt IhU Iliac.
Iloiilt-M of till ii'r-lt;cm st
prlre from 9,100 lo 9I0..100,
on lertiis to xlill.
Ilniirli irte;tlcn fnim 10 arrcs
lo fllMI Hires al prices thsl will
Meter Ixt iluplli'itlrtl.
Mrs. Nate Otterbein
Vt'Xl KI'A.MATII AVENl'i:
Matinee every day starting at 2:00 o'clock
Feature starting at 2 :30.
Two shows each night, complete.
Sealed proposals will ho received
at tho offlco of tho Enterprise Irri
gation District, Klamath Falls, Ore
gon, until & ociock p. m,, niurcn
30 1020, for tho construction of
two pump houses with concrete
foundations anil pump sumps.
Tho work will Includo tho exca
vation of approximately 350 cubic
yards of Class No. 1 material: tho
placing of approximately 12fi cubic
yards of concrete; and tho construc
tion of two timber and sheet metal
buildings requiring approximately
3,000 Ft. I). M. of fir lumhor and
36 squares of corrugated sheet
For particulars address Sccrotary
of the Enterprise Irrigation District,
Klarasth Falls, Oregon, or C. T.
Darley, Engr., Klamath Falls, Ore
DR. L. L. TRUAX
Warren Hunt Hospital
6orner Fourth and Pine
"Wo, therefore, tho Ropubllran
State Central Committee of Illinois,
In session this filh day of March,
1U20, give our enthusiastic approval
and Indorsement to bin candldlcy '
not only with the Justlllahlo prldo
as citizens of Illinois but In tho
larger hoiibo of our enlarged Inter-,
est and dovotlon lo our party mid
nutlon. We urge Reimbllcans of,
i every slato to Join with us In glv-1
I Ing to tho nation this sterling Amer
ican who has firmly and consistently
stood with tho forces that mako for
good cltleznshlp, for good govern
mont, and for undying loynlty to tho
PEST IN SHIPMENT
WA8HINOTON, Mar. 23. A largo
number of nnomy nllons recently
reached Now York from Europe but
tho vlgllanco of tho department of
pgrjculttiro provonted tholr ndmls
slon Into tho country. Theso onemy
pllons wero not of tho humun variety
but wore tho European corn borer
secreted In 07 hales of broom corn
from Venlco, Italy. Interception of
the corn, experts said, provonted, fur
ther spread of tho pest which now Is
known to oxlst ln Massachusetts,
Now Hampshire, Now York and
THE PICK OF THE PICTURES
A NEW ONE EVERY DAV
II. W. POOliE, Owner HARRY IIOKEI.. Musical Director
Dainty Viola Dana stars in
v "THE WILLOW TREE"
' A quaint story of Old Japan.
"THE ARIZONA CAT CLAW"
": A Southwest Story with a punch.
THREE SHOWS EVERY DAY
Comedy starting at 2 :00 p. m., 7 :00 p. m., 9 :00 p. m.
Feature picture starts at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m.