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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1920)
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flit EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The livening Herald
. 9. MURRAY
Pabllsbed dally, except Sunday, by
Tk Herald Publishing Company ol
Klaaath Fall, at IIS Fourth Stroet.
Batered at the pottofflce at Klam
ak Falla, Ore., for tranamlMlon thru
tfca Balls aa second-class matter.
1 OREGON BREVITIES M LABOR UNION NOTES"
nnrnos clTY. Julr IS. Walter twmuiimM'a)
Smith, who la well known In Canby. Carpenter' Union. No. 190, elect
where ho resided for some time, and od ,no '"lnic olllccrs nt lu, jecont
also In Harlow, where hi. woiher. "wl-annuiil HMlMif,V. ojf Hoar,
Mrs. Annie Oorflcr. resides, djed and-;ij;f" ' - oir,-, secretary;
denly at Pendleton. Ore., hfi death
beliiK due to poisoning.
TUESDAY, JULY 18, ItMtO
.SPIRIT OF CITY
K. C. Eldrldge, Jr., aecretary of the
Progressive Business Men's club of
Portland, with a membership of 500
leading buslneaa men, left last even
(kg for Portland after a week end
Tlalt In Klamath Falls.
"This Is certainly a progressive
elty," said, Mr. Eldrldge yesterday
daring a call at the Herald office.
"It Is my first Ttslt but I'm going to
COTTAGE QIIOVK. July 13.- Tho
Western Lumber and Export com
pany's mill and the J. H. Chambers
mill, vhlch shut down for over the
Fourth, have not yet resumed opera
tions, dne to Inability to get cara with
which to ship their product.
ASTORIA. July IS. The Astoria
city council at Its last meeting voted
an appropriation of $1,700 to con
struct a hydroplane landing at 42d
Arllo Worrel. treasurer. Conditions
were reported satisfactory. Alf .mem
ber are employed, with plenty of
work In sight. Membership has In
creased SO per cent In tho last six
MEDFORD. July 13. John Neff.
the 16-year-old son of Mr.xand Mrs.
Porter J. Neff, was killed when be
fell from a tree In th- Miller orchard.
near Jacksonville, upon the pruning
shears be had been using, tho blade
eosae oftener.aereafter. 1 like the of the latter passing through his
slrit of courtesy I find among the 'chest and penetrating the lungs. Tho
merchants here, and one can aftso
lately feel tho place growing.
"I've heard several Klamath boost
ers speak in Portland during tho last
six months, but I discounted their
speeches as the usual community
boost talk.' After seeing the mm
xaulty for myself, however. Jiti ate
Dared to say they didn't say hi If
the favorable things they mien: h.ite
Mr. Eldrldge's own business Is dis
tribution of dairy products. Hi is
the salesmanager for 'ho Eldrldge
Dairy Products company, and during
his stay hero he sought to rstahllsh
connections with local More, with
young man was hurried to the Sacred
Heart hospital, where he died in
about an hour.
The Retail Clerks union elected
the following officers recently: K, I.
Hood, president; Jack Almeter, vice-
president; George F. Chapman, sec
ond vice president; J. Ilyrno Notid,
recorder,' II. Wechster, treasurer;
R. (loss, guide, and U Weschler,
guardian. All relationships of this
union were reported to bo progress
ing smoothly. The new officers were
Installed amid general wishes for
continuance of tho prevailing good,
i' '. -
BY GRAIN BUYERS
MARYSV1LLE, July 13. The
fanners of California will be many
dollars in pocket If they insist upon
the enforcement of a ruling which
County Sealer of Weights and Meas
res B. P. Jennings says has bees
Made, by bis department at Sacra'
Aeording to Jennings, the grain
layers of California make a deduc
Mass of 3-4 of a paund on each bag
f grain bought by them because ol
tk weight of the ck. under a
fate law for selling all seed by net
weight, but never think of returning
the sack to the grower, the rightful
waer of the sack.
Jennings holds there is not a
Court In the State which would sus
tala'the farmer If he Insisted upon
the return of his grain bag, of the
equivalent. According to Jennings.
the farmer sells the grain only andJ
..i r. !. t. '!
iwti!u bu triiuiij in lutr EltcJt
REND. July 13. Teachers In the
Rend school who are not normal
school graduates will not bo allowed
to participate In advances In salaries
whlck go into effect next year, but
was decided recently, when the
was decided last night, when the
board of directors held Its regular
ASTORIA. July 13. The body of
John Thomas, Jr., 13-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas of Sun
nymead. near Warrenton, was found
Friday afternoon In a slough not far
from the family home. The lad. went
fishing and fell overboard as the re
sult of the breaking of a plank on
which he was sitting.
at the big new dance hall at the
camp of the Swan Lake Lumber com
pany, Swan Lake, Saturday evening.
Fine music, grand refresbmcrts.
Just the chance you have been look
ing for to have a good time. flop
Into your machine and bring jwtr
family or your girl and take an out
ing that will be filled with pleasure
PORTLAND,' July 13. Mrs. Ellr-
ibetli Arrtgonl, li and a resident of
Oregon for nearly 63 years, died
at her apartments in tho Armsdon
hotel. Third snd Jefferson streets.
She had been ill for two years.
NORTH BEND. July 13. George'
Sailor, bead of the Uuebner Lumber
company logging operations (An
nounced the Eel lake and Ulack.creek
camps, operating fcr the Uuenner
company, will not open July 12 as
Intended when they were closed two
weeVs ago, but will remain shut down
ROSEBURG. July 13. i-While
cleaning a gun which be thought
empty, Douglas J. Morris, a farm'
hand 'employed a few miles north ol
tills cfty.ilost tho two upper Joints of
his IndoVand middle fingers when
the gun vita discharged.
The Culinary Alliance's, new ofll
clal roster is as followa': James
Stephens, president; Homer Knight,
vice-president; George Howard, sec
retary; Pat Dyer, dnancUl secretary
and business agent: M. E. Nelson, In
specter: C. K. Stnwe. guard: C. Mc
Millan, Fred McManus and Mrs.
Myrtle Knight, executive committee.
This union has recently enlarged its
scope to take In soft drink dispens
ers. In the old "wet" days all bar
tenders were under the Jurisdiction
of the Culinary Alliance and allied
unions, and now that bartondlng hns
become a "lost art" thoso engaged In
mixing and dispensing soft drinks
aro affiliating. Conditions wore ro-.
ported as being good. All rostnu-j
rants In town aro operating under'
mutual agreement with the union, I
and tho recently negotiated wage;
scale has proved satisfactory to all
promised, if re-elected, to use bis In
fluence in obtaining these aids.
MARSHFIELD. July 13. Clyde'
Little was mistaken for a deer and,
accidentally killed bybls brother. Al-
bert, white the two wero deer hunt-
Ing two miles from Arago.
BEND, July 13. Approval by the
grand lodge of Elks In Its 1931 ses
sion at Los Angeles of plans for Bend
lodge No. 1371 for financing tho
Elks' summer home at thehead of.
Mctollus river will result in ft 30,000 I
being available for the building, ac-'
cording to action taken by tho 1920
grand lodge In session at Chicago, It
was learned here by prominent mem-''
bers of the order.
THE DALLES, July 13. Eight
hundred men are fighting a fire
which broke out In the Willamette
Vuley Lumber Company's sawmill
hero Saturday morning. Nearly
million feet of logs are endangered
by the fire. Every effort is being
mode to save the loading docks and
planing mill, which arc in danger.
PENDLETON. July 13. Work on
the foundation for' the $9,000 now
boys dormitory at St. Joseph's acad
emy was started this week. The
structure will bo 30 by 62 feet, two
stories high and of masonry
EUGENE. July 13.--Mario Scett,
IS, daughter of Walter Jcott of Mar-
cota, was killed when n motorcycle!
on which she was riding failed to.
take a sharp turn In tho road near
Haydcn's bridge, eight miles ubovu'
FKAXK GABRIEL, Manager.
MARSHFIELD, July 13. Repre
sentative McArthur, on leaving Coos
bay, declared this port could never
expect a permanent depth of water
on the bar sufficient for her shipping
'until two Jetties are constructed. He
THE TICK OF THK PICTURES
A NEW ONE KVEnY DAT
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?'-..' lOOIJ"' Ow"" HARRY BORKL, Musical Director
m,,'mm mmm m -iy, Virrvivvvvvvtfuivirt -ru-j-u-u-u-ij.nj
Lieutenant Ormer'L. Locklear in
" THE GREAT AIR ROBBERY "
.The mofct lutoundlRK picture nf tlio year
Eye Locklear change from plane to piano In mid air. The fight be
tween planes 0,000 feet in the air. Tlio army blrdmcn
from Rockwell Field
In order that nil may fieri thin; thrilling picture three full ohowii will
bo run, Tho flrM nliow will start at 7 p. m, sharp.
Don't iuIoj "Tho Great Air Robbery"
In addition lo the regular program the
Fifth Chapter of "THE EVIL EYE"
it III botUwn aIto;;thc nn excellent evenin;; cntcrt.il:uncnt
"Eugene, July 13. r. h. Mosby
of Cottage Grove would perhaps have,
lost his life on tho railroad tracks at
Judkins Point, between Eugene and
Springfield, bad not somoono soon
him lying asleep between the rails.
A Classified Ad win sell It.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Quiet front room for
gentleman. 01 1 Klamath Ave.
TWO BED ROOMS for rent. OG
ninuiaiu Afu. 13-11
FOR SALE Bureau and stove; be
tween Main and Pine on 11th St.
Dainty Frocks for Mid-Summer
Of cool, sheer voile; fresh, crisp
organdie, and shimmering silks.
THE WARMTH of Summer days makes one wish for a supply of just such
frocks. These dainty dresses arc so pretty and so excellently made as to
serve not only on one's own veranda or on the lawn, but for Summer cottage
and resort wear, and for little afternoon social events.
' or dainty white voile It one delight
ful llllln frock, with a short em
broidered t ti tile, the panelled bodice
embellished with lace, the skirt
draped at (Idea with embroidered
flouncing ,., SI4JIA
Then therw's a pretty dress nf printed
rcsu voile, with a ehsrmlng collar
trimmed with lace, (bat was fash
ioned especially for Mid-Hummer
ear .... . SIH.AU
And another of crisp lavemtar or
gandie, with ruffles on the collar,
. ruffles at the waist and rows of ruf
fles 011 the bottom of tlm skill, f lfl.00
I'on.i'Motl of distinctive charm Is a
frock of Copenhagen bine Georgette,
trimmed on brdlrn and skirt with roil
mid bluu beuds .. . ... SI.YOO
Virginia Dnrc presents an exiulsltn
little frock nf royal lilim trfita, with
a belt nf novelty ribbon, shirred at
the waist giving an altogether fetch
ing "peg-top" uffecl ...S6A.OO
And there's a charming dress nf blue
silk poplin, with n bit of lace In front,
a belt of narrow grogrnln ribbon ami
n skirt gracefully draped In three
flounces .., ... .tavoil
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Spring and Summer Coats 1-2 OS
The balance of our extensive and attractive stock of Spring and Summer
coats-including many of the smart, short sports coats an I a large assortment
If 5efln?AS,rfCefU,8t?r,Cvni besold' unti a complete clearance ifeffected
at VL the regular, marked prices
Japanese Crepe (Tr
Snecial 39r vtl xtiUsv -Mt
r J" ""'h
An excentionnl rrrndp nf f ho fnlii-ir
so ideally suited to the making of
Summer wash dresses for misses and
children. In a variety of pretty
THE REGULAR PRICE is G9c a
yard, and there are but 100 yards left
to be sold at the special price of 39c
$3.50 Silk-top Lisle
Women, Special at
These unionsuits are ideal for Sum
mer wear, being made of fine, flesh
colored lisle, with, tops of lustrous
There are no sleeves just narrow
silken bandswhich fit snugly over the '
shoulders. These unionsuits come in
the knee-length only in the popular
"tight knee" styles. Regularly $3.50,
3gLW h A
"'"J,g' r fl )
and High Shoes
Of White Canvas
White. .Mnry Jane pump ror
children, Reg. 13.35
Atlrartlvo White, canvas boots,
low heels. Reg. 3.U0
A very ctiurmlng Oxford, with
llTw heels, Reg, fS.Cu
High white shot's, with military
beulH, Reg. Jt.Si
Graceful whlto pumps, with
military heels, Kcg.-SCOO
Oxfords of whlto canvas, with
military heels, Reg. IDlou,
Dainty, hlgh-tie'ell one-eyelet
ties, mg, ie.H&.
FOR SALU One 7-pasenger Studo
baker, just ovorhuuled. 1 Scrips
Booth roadster, ncwlv nnlntnii in,.
porlal gurngc. 13-15
WANTBD Contractor to plow C00
to 1000 acres, starting at once.
Inquire L. Jacobs, G20 Muln St.
MAKH OFFKJt on lots CGO-GCl,
block 113, Mills Addn. Firm
building site, good garden soil. Non
resident must suit for cash. John H.
Wltham, 772(i Wliltsott Ave.. Los
Angeles, Cat. 13
FOR SALK Wo have nn A No. 1
but? for Rflln! nhnrlr nh,nitin,a
fender. Klaxon hnrn. nvnr.ulvn .Ma..
Ing whoel, foot accello.-ator and wind-
ujjiuiu. mine anu duo 11 111 uauncr-
i'utty Motor Co. 13-15,
rRlltS 1ALK I
AND HERE ARE SOME THAT ARE HOLDING A REGULAR HEART TO X
HEART CONVERSATION WITH YOU. OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS
FOR SUCH BARGAINS. X
We aro still maintaining our ofllro
at Endors & Co. atoro for tho pjr
post of colloctlnj our acounts. Will
you ploase call and tottlo your ac
Chic Food1 $. rwt,
fluid Dust Special Ulic pk.
1,'ulm pilvu HiKflnI tin Imr
Wild Roso Soup .ic liar
Rose Datli Ror.p He bur
I'op.C'urti Special 17c lb.
T'olKor's Ten, black or groen,
ItoKUlar 00c lb f 0c
riiiso ft Banlmrn'M Coffco, 1 lb
ItPiStilar One 5Uo
Cliumvi flanborn'u Coffee, 2 lbs..
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SWIfl'n Whlto 0oa:, LSibars
SUCCESSORS TO ROBERTS & WHITMORE
count so wo en n closo our books.
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