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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1920)
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tnrtRSDAY, Art&L aa, ipso
mfe EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. J. MURRAY
Published dally, except Sunday, by
TTae Hernia Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 116 Fourth Street.
Entered at the postofflco at Klam
tk Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
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Brown Learns of His
J5 Yy iv)
THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1020
abuncenient that he had complied
with the request of Governor Stew
art of Montana, that troops be sent
to Butte as a result of the mine
strike disturbances there was made'
by Lieutenant General Liggett today.
"llon, It Is triio that you hinc n M.itc-wldo
reputation ns a Huecestrnl Imtm man
you were tht flrt to Install nn efficiency
)trin In jour factoo-! but trll mo, Mhnt
do you nie.ui by efficiency?"
"Kffhlcncy," replied her brothrr,
"Tuvjtas petting tlio limit nut of
thing with tho lenst expenditure,
of tinle, energy and effort,"
"Well," laughed his sKtor tens
Ingly, ''nroordlnji to jour own
definition, t maintain that you are the
most Inefficient person I know."
"For half an huor jou linio loen uniting
murli of jour time adjusting jour gln.tr,
taking them off and replacing them. It
appears that jou know about all kinds of
efficiency except ejegluss efficiency."
"Why don't you apply some of jour effi
ciency medicine to jour onn person and
wear Krjptok like mine the InvUililo
bifocals Unit jou can wear all the time for
both near and far sight '!"
"That sound good, Louise, and I'll think
over jour suggestion. Hut tell me, where
run 1 have these Krjptoks fitted and fitted
"That's easy," replied his sister. "Just
lslt II. J. WINTERS, Jewelcv anil Optl
clan, 700 MAIN ST., whoso u-putatlon for
ncruratc ami thorough optical .service I
bclleto to be second to none in this territory."
BOY'S NOSE BITTEN
BADLY BY DOG
George Will, son of Mr and Mrs.
1.. A. Will, met with u peculiar and
pnnf ill accident last night when his
unite wnn tindlv lilttim liv n iloir with
vrilch he was playing. Tho dog ro-
rused to pick up a stick for Its young ,
master and when the lad stooped to
to pick It up tho dog suited him by
tho nose, ripping n deep gnsh acrosnj
tho bridge and nearly severing the
entire lower portion, I
He was taken to tho Warren Hunr
liospltnl and report this morning In-;
dlcnteil a fuornblo conilltlon. Sur
geons replaced the nose and ho Is '
expected to liavo n normal olfactory I
organ when the wound hcnls. Tho
I lad's father is n carrier at the local (
povi:u co. i:.mpi.oyi:i: has
FOOT t'Rl'Slli:il IIY I'OLK
J, T. Robertson, an employe of
tho California-Oregon Power com
pany, mot with n nasty accident yes-
tenia-. Whllo engaged In moving
An electric light pole, the pole full
on his foot breaking It. Ho vn.i I
treated by surgeons at tho Warren
Hunt hospital and Is now In the In
stitution. Robertson had been work
ing for the company onl u few days
CLUII TO MKKT FltlOAV
Tl'ero will be n meeting of tho Mt.
LnkI Improvement club Friday even
ing nt tho Mt. Lakl church. H. C.
Groosbeck, local attorney will deliv
er an address on the proposed mlll
nge tax for education. ColTee and
snndwltchcs will bo served by tho
ladles. Evoryono Is Invited.
SPOKANE, .Apr. 22. A detach
ment of Ae 21st infantry left Fort
Wxlght here early today for Butte,
following receipt ot orders from
"western department headquarters.
HOUSE AUTHORIZES ! passed by the house. The In- I AT THE THEATERS
SUIT BY INDIANS
contend that the boundary. '-
WASHINGTON, April 22. Repre
sentative Sinnott's bill authorizing
the Klamath tribe of Indians in Ore-
BUTTE, Apr. U2. Hugh B. Haran. eon to sue the federal government
, commission which fixed tho bound-
farlcs of the reservation In 1896 do-'
prived them ot 4000 acres which be
longed to them. , i
They also alleged that they hnvo
1i, was shot and instantly killed at
the office ot the Butte Bulletin early
today by Joe Papst, who was later
arrested. Haran and Papst were
guards, who with other men crowded
tho newspaper office in. expectation
t an attack, following a mass meet
ing of miners, and L W. W. last night
-la the building in which the paper is
ilystery surrounds the shooUng
but the police theory is that Haran
was shot by mistake.
No picketing was attempted by the
strikers this morning, and the police
are patrolling all avenues leading to
the mines. Troops from thd coast
afjp expected before noon. Of IS men
founded In a battle last night be
tween deputy sheriffs and I. W. W.
pickets all except two will recover J
it was said today. Ten of the
wounded are foreigners.-
in the court of claims for alleged, J" th?m, PPniii1teljr 100,000
I uuuer uicir iruuiy wnicn nas never
I been paid.
losses in lands and tribal funds has
;, Prospects were good this morning,
stated counsel In the case, that the
trial ot the courthouse litigation
., would bo concluded today.- The
plaintiff rested his case, at noon yes-j
terday and the defense started put-i
ilng.on Its witnesses. By holding a
late session this evening it Is hoped
'.hoped to finish the trial today.
Although the morning session yes
terday attracted few spectators, in
terest awakened as the trial Dro-
Bressed and the seats In the court
room were well filled during
1 jfififiSSfllllf! 'YyP
Modest in price but powerful in style appeal, Queen
Quality Shoes are suitable "for all street and dress
Wear them for Beauty, Comfort and
CHAS. P. MAGUIRE
713 Main St .
, A photoplay bason authentically on
' the situation that would ensuo wero
the Russians permitted to curry out
their project of nationalising women
bo that they would become the com
mon property of every man who de
sired them Is being shown at the
Liberty Theatre. Rbbert Anderson,
one of Unlversal's best known play-.
pre is seen In the role of Paval Puv-i
lpvitch, a Russian, who canto to
America, (married a Virginia girl,
and returned to Russia, only to como
under the salacious mandate which
Would sacrifice his loved ones on the'
altar of lust. ;
The play was built on facts obtain-'
ed from the records of the state de-i
partment and without doubt It will ,
kindle a feeling of revolt agalnBt any!
steps to legalize such traffic; in wo-'
men . Paul Powef, n well known dl-
rector, produced' ''omnionf Proper
ty" writh nn all-star fcaK.iftmorig tho
supporting players being Colleen1
Moore, Johnnie Cooke, Nell Craig, '
Frank Leigh, Arthur Jasmlno, Rich- i
ard Cummlngs, Arthur Maude and
The localo of the story Is laid in
America during the earlier scenes
'and changes to Russia. One of the
'sensational Incidents of the play Is
a fight between Russian brawlers,
I who are prowling about the village
jot Saratov, and a troop ot Yankee
cavalry. Conditions and events In
Russia, leading up to the edict re
garding women, were carefully stud
ied in order to glvo an absolulo ac
curate portrayal on the screen.
STOCKS AND BONDS
A thoroughly equipped Institution
affording unexcelled facilities for the
scientific treatment by hospital meth
ods of medical, surgical' and obstet-,
Tho now and modern fireproof build
ing contains private rooms for bed
and ambulatory cases, completely
equipped examination and treatment
rooms, Roentgen itay, clinical and
research laboratories. '
WARREN HUNT, M. D.
L. L. TRUXX. M. D.
- CEO. A. MASSBY. M, D.
FOURTH AND PINE ST3.,
KLAMATH FALLS, ORB.
If Your Clothing
is Cleaned by
the French Dry Method it will prolong the life of the '
garment. The fine dirt and grit you do not see is j
removed from your clothes by this method. jj
WE USE THE FRENCH DRY METHOD
and press by steam which sterilizes the goods. i
HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED
D. & M. Cleaning i
Office Corner Sixth and Main t
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Following are today's quotations
on the Now York exchange:
First. 36 193.30
First, converted 4s 89.80
'First, 4V 86.00
j Second, 4 U 85.90
Second. 4 84.90
j Third, 4 V 90.70
. I Fourth, 4V4 80.86
? trtntnvir (tnnil. 4 1 OT OA
Victory bonds, 4tf 96.12
Pounds sterling $3,91
Francs , a... ,0613
Marks v. 0169
Kronor (Sweden) 2195
Flnmurk 05 CO
A building concern .will handle
any kind of construction work, al
teration, brick, cement, grading And
Jobbing,, Plans and drawings fur
nished. ' Mnchlnery sot up ,Vo will
consider good car in payment for
CITY IlUILDIMtS CO.,
1432 Wolford Avo
Klamath Falls, Ore, 20-24
OAlU'l'TNItf' ANNUAL HALL
Carpenters Local No, 190 will glvo
their annual ball Friday, April Z'i,
at Monsg Hall, Good music; good
tlmo for overybody: Everybody -In-
vlled, , 20-23
When you buy your new Spring Hat,
be.sure it's a "Mallory."
You can't find newer styles, better
shapes, or more attractive shades than
Every line, curve and dimension is
The materials are of the highest grade
and they are made by the most skillful
How could better Hats be produced?
K . Sugarman
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
Sure Til Pledge
APR'L 25 to May 2 Presbyterians will
I pledge what they expect to give to local
expenses and talhe vast mission work of ihe
church. How much shall your pledge be?
One-lenlK,'of one',)ncome is recommended
as a beginning for all benevolences. The New
Testament urges "as God hath prospered you.'
You decide what the proportion shall be..
Be systematic, and give regularly.
You want to do the." just thing by your local
vwu.i..,. , your pastor s salary large enough?
Has he a manse? You wanl to have a large share
in the oulrcachingwork of the mission boards..
At church on Sunday atk for a, leaflet mowing just
Where Ihe money will be spcnl by the Boardi and'
Agencies. When you know the need, there will be
no question about an adequate response on your pail.
Com to church Sunday for detail.
r if in.tliaU.SA
Cooperating with Interehurch Vorld Movement
Give Consecrated Dollars
JJIa"KT STANDAItl) I'ltODUCTIONH
...vojiiiuKii : I'ATIIItJK, 1'ItOPS,
Alice Brady in
ff . - "HIS BRIDAL NIGHT"
' ' an unusual comedy-drama
"HOT DOpS," a two-re'el comedy
TOMORROW AND SATURDAY
The Giant Among Big Pictures
Geraldine Farrar in
"THE FLAME OF THE DESERT" . !'
Hpeelal added attraction, Noal Hurt In ''TIIIO MAN airrWw
A ihrllUnff Western Aram" 0l"Ml