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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1920)
TUMDAY, avovst , !.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
who have been ki
service and who
know comfort in
sboea can return to
Style without fore
to fit and you can
count on comfort if
you will come to us.
We know the styles
you prefer and have
them ready for you.
personal Mention f
William Connors ami son. George, I
loft this morning for a two nwk'
visit with reluttxcs at Eureka, Cull
Mrs. William McNeally nml family
lune returned homo after nit extend
oil lsll at Kooky Point- J
TUULOCK. Cnl Auk. 3. Grow
ing ot cotton In being tried out this
summer in tho Turlock Irrigation
rtistrtrt, central California. Two
hundred nnd eenty-flve acres havo
Just outside tho city a two-acre;
field that without any Irrigation! jj,,, T-)ia lte.nl. county school
whatever. Is making headway which superintendent, left etcrday for a SAN IMKUO, I'M., Aug 3 Irrl-
glves promise of a gcod crop. Itlslt at Chitoijuln far a fow days. gallon problems connected with the
The plants aro about 20 Incite1 llol) nUuj,.,ker and family left os-' utllliatlon of the waters of the Colo
high now. nnd a dark, glossy green I u,r,tty for t0 i,;,ku "o ttia Woods nido rher will he discussed nt a con
In color. At maturity they will stand wlR.ri, tll0). wll Rtfl ti,oir ciut,, . ference lo he held here, beginning
at a height ot about four feet. cntednndln roidlnes for the today, nt the call of Director Arthur
Tho bolls are beginning to set .uid' huck,(.borry ,.,. t u reported l Da Is of the l' S. reclamation ser
within n few weeks there will be .ult there l a hoavj crop at tho lake lf
..... .. kll .Ii.mi with ... 1-r.tntl. ' .. . . . ' Tl
uin--i ui uim , ...... ..... .. ijnis je.r.
middle of April and Is to he liar- vWt)n(. wh A M Wor. District, the American Legion, loac-
. ten on . .
. ... ....I
The crop was planted umiui mi ., 0ore n Wall), who
rested about the first of September. ((en for ,h(J pMt ,w0 W(,ekgi
How. are tour lee. npar) anu i-..,..i, , , lh niornlnK for Creswell. '' "' "' y " . Y . .
about IS Inches .part. whoro ,, wlll vl,u wllh . lmp.rU Irrigation 1P. J '
A bale of cotton to the acre Is ro.i.' Mon returning 16 her home."" " Ai " ! " ?Tn
sldered a good yield, the standard ,, T k K . 'Water Company, the tit) of Los An
bale weighing .bout 500 pounds, nut ,D ?-.,"' s j chane. .,," he Ctr ot nn - ,h,AU
,t ,s the belief otthos, who know. he K ,2 o h
rntion Kimr mat some 01 uu? mum
irti nUmrtml T.aIta urhtsis frit will t ... .&..
nMmiiinff tiuu In this iccalltr will '" """.."".. IT T ' . ISou.hwe.t which repiY-onm
turn a bale and a nan.
.... Art rstwrfl tha fUlrll rnslAf
from halt an acre to as high as 45
The big acro.se wm put out by an
experienced cotton man from Ari
zona who came here last fall.
The Tarlety principally used here
Is that which Is known as the Amer
ican long staple, having a fibre
length.of aboul one and one quarter
Inches, and Is used extensively In the
manufacture ot denims and second
grade fabric for automobile tires.
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There will bo represented nt this
TAHOK XOT VOIA'AXIC
stay until Saturday The- expect to I . .....,,. Colorado. Hah.
Mo n lot of fishing while on their out- . ..,,... New Moxco ,oJ
Yank r.amlrt U In town today; nirM.lnr ntvi. i ,i1H ,.11 for tho
from his home on tho reservation. .conewnfC ,eclfied the dlscuwlon
Will" Adams, a farmer In the Mer- , . lirorinCPi of the
'rill section, was In a runaway early, K. tad 4ct Tn , wnt passed
this week and was thrown out of the ' congreM nJ ,Knei, hy I'll Pret
wagon and dragged for some dli-l Iat May t jroct, tho 8ecw
tance. He fortunately stmtalned no Ufy of th), ,nttror l0 nvest'gat
serious Injuries. -m recotnmend plans to aolve the
Miss Anna Soule. Mrs. John Soule..rr)Ilon and rclaiiatlon problems
Ray 3oule. with his wife and daugh-i . ,mlwri.i valley and adjacent
ter. Josephine, and Edward Djer. 'M territory. The government baa pro
of Utile Shasta. Mr. Mary Campbell vUled 20i00i) for this Investigation
of Yreka. F. M. Hooper, with his two nm, ,no ,m,icra Valley and other
WASHINGTON. Aug. 3. Lake
Tahoe, In California, docs not occupy
t AT THE THEATERS 1
daughters. Helene nnd Dorothy, of ,)ellorirarlf will provide $40,000
llerkeley. and Will Irwin, of Salinas. m(lrt T,, nlt.,tRatlon. of courM.
California, aro here on a vacation (( c,miJuc,0j t,,- the United States
visit with Mr. and Mrs. J K. Dratton ,,..,lfl,t.ltion Service and has already
and Dr and Mrs .A. A. Soule. After b))(.un a( n0U,r Canyon, on the
"I Ain't Mad at Nobody"
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the crater of an old volcano, gov-. a lew lays speni in niiraam runs CoIora,0 rer jutt below the urana
rnmeot geologists assert In correct- j"ne party win mnice a trip to i-raicr Can,-on
If tho plan Director Davis has in
mind is accopieu uy eunRir -..
Judge Oary. head ot the U. S.
Steel Corporation, earned tabout
800 a year as a lawyer In Chicago
-when he was SI.'
Three live stores, paying business. I
Must sell or trade. Snap. See 1QQ
Vain St. 5-7r
I-- !... imn..tnn mill.. cn..rallvl'l-ke and Medford. Mr. and Mrs.
nr-vailln. The region about the 'Uratton and Mrs. Ilratton's sons. Don
lake, they say. shows evidence of and Dale Soule, wlll Join tho Party ',,, ri.port u m,de next Decomber.
volcanic activity of Various kinds,
but the lake Itself lies In a structural
depression a dropped block of the
Prehistoric Lake Tahoe was larger
and deeper than the present lake,
according to the geological survey.
Distant beaches that mark the for
inor high levels ot the lake stand
about 100 feet above the present
A Classified Ad will sell It.
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SIZE AND SERVICE SATISFY
THE capacltr for caring for cuUinM-n' need and r
wllUBPeM to ln ho or the big outstanding feature.
of tho Hrt National Daak.
ThU lafcUUrtioa tuut arhlevrd iU growth, largely l7
that arrrire, and that alx ban enabled u to keep the
nervke growrtag up too.
MeasWr Federal Reserve
BZhe First National Bank
j KLAMATH TALJH OREGON 9j
on tho Crater Lake and Medford Mi)oui,i,,r canyon at tho southern ex
trlP- 'tremlty of Nevada, north of Needles,
u. . wrooxs nas movoo. ni lam- nnd on tho northeast boundry of An
lly from Fifth to Viae street this . .cora8 the highest dam
'wek. jw,e n tne WOT,j Wth a reservoir V)
George Walton moved his house- melt l)nB Tho dm Is to ho bo
hold goods to Merrill eterday. tw).en 150 nnil 50o feet high and
'where be has accepted a position jwm gtorH jn.OOO.OOO acres of water,
with the btnk as cashier. ,, u wl!I Kl.ni.rate betweon 45.00O
G. Mather of San Francisco, has ljm, Rno.iii0 hnrie-power ot olectrl
arrived here to take a position with caj etieTXr, The power to be general
the California-Oregon Tower com- , Uy tn aam wm be available for
Pan-- San Diego and will help tremendous-
Charles li Roerts left on the stage j. ,,r furn,ng the energy to drive
this morning tot Ashland. Oregon. n,uatrfua that may develop In and
Sergeant P. S. Williamson has ar- ia,mlt San Diego,
rived from Medford to establish a 0ne ot tn8 ,a,tc reasons for the
permanent recruiting station here, investigation called for by tho Kin
Until the last of the week his office ( ka,j. hm to determine tho feasl
will he located over the poitofflce. mty 0f building tho All-American
after that he will he settled in the.Cana w,c, has been undor discus
Odd Fellows building. tinn for rHr, in Imporlal Valley,
Mis Roberta Campbell ahd Ml.ii. ,,,r.,nr Davis has emphatically en-
I lone Owendell were passengers. on ijorge,j (he plm. If the canal Is
I'the morning train, the former to iullt. between 400,000 and C00.000
I'Grldley. Calif., and the latter to .,. of and In tho Imperial Valley
Rockland, Calif. They have beennnw ar,i n ,e reclaimed nnd wlll
here on a short vacation and pleis- t,r3Ctically double tho wealth of th
" re trip. , I valley.
Mrs. Ada Grafton and baby left I m
this nwrnlng for their home in Hilt,
California. They will Mop off at
Dorrls and visit Mrs Grafton's sister
for two days,
jjuijuuuiniiriririrrra-i-i ' ihiiim
Enid Bennett in
"THE -WOMAN IN THE SUITCASE"
"I.et'i raise the DEVIL," she laughed as nhe tried bo hard to be
sporty .like her companion. Yet with aching heart she wan playing
the biggest, finest game of her lite. And' when the man she bad
honored 'most on earth' came that night, to. meet "SOME -LIVR
LITTLB GIRLIE" the scene that followed Is one you won't forgot
"LET HER GO"
stack Sesuwtt's lateat comedy, to a scream'
Casistaare Talssadf e in "AUdft N
Enid Uennelt has utoppeil being
tho disillusioned soung wife and in
"The Woman In the Hultcane" nt the
Star Theatre tonight l the ilevoted
dMghter of a fither who Isn't U'llte
th Ideal that ie thinks he Is
It's not a nom.in thut Is tucked
away In 1'api Mureland's traveling j
bag, as you mlgiit iiungiue irmii me
title, but the phiilogruph of a il
signing member of the n Tim pic
ture I docorateit t!i oin highly
Incriminating seiu'ntents that con I
vlnce Mary Mnroliiml. plied hv Ml
flnnnett. that her did In tlm
clutches of an unknown vumplro!
Site doesn't sit down nnd cry. or
oten tell her mother about It, hut
start out to "show up" the lnn
and demonstrate to .her father the
error of his course. Needing an "
:cort she secures a young adventur
er. Illlll.t Fhko, hy Insert tig un uil In
tho papers Uotween them thy
evolve a schema that lands them in n
very Jaixy cabaret that apparently
has forgotten that-July 1st was any
thing but a date.
A bit of top-speed action follows,
In which lillllo bats up a bounder
companion of Dolllo's and Mary
proves to Mr Mnrelsnd that a good
home Is more to be desired than n,
heartless t'leopatr.t like Dolllo.
Tho picture Is an entertaining
slice of life, nlth Knld llennett at
her best. William Conklln Is con
vincing as the Littler 'and Dorcus
Matthews makes an alluring "vjinp"
Roland lt Is tho young uuin Fred
Nlbto directed tho picture for Thom
as If Inco. it Is a Paramount-Ast-craft
the story js ono of tho most fascl
nntlitg In4 which Miss Hi'imtt has
been seen ftt many a day.
.NKW (M)l.l HUHII
NOME, Alaska. Aug 3 Scores of
Alaska prospector are reported
crossing the llerlng sea to work HI
herla's beaches unit hills' for gold.
Advices from Point Harrow, north of
here, said approximately 100 men
had l(l the Harrow section for Siberia
HUKS SIIKItlrT POIt S3000
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnston were
passengers on the morning train for
their homo In Portland. Mr. John
ston Is Identified with the Warren
Construction company and has been
here since Friday on business. They
visited Crated Lake Sunday.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
TUOIEK KOK MALE .
8.000,000 test pine near Klamath
Lake. Address Bos 301, Klamath
Falls, Ore. 3-tf
WANTBD Woman for general
housework. 119 Washington or
phone 352. 3-tf
FOR RENT Front bedroom for
gentleman only. 1109 Pine.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Six horses,
weight from 1400 to 1000 lbs.
Will trade for a- large truck toam.
Phone 11-F-ll, E. J. Jenkins, Klam
ath Falls. 3-9
FOR SALE Tancred strain White
Leghorn cockorels, hatched April
1st; I1.C0 each If taken at once.
Fannie Purdy, Malln, Oregon.., 3-5
George L. Humphrey, sheriff, Is
defendant In a suit (lied yesterday by
A. J. Hanan, who alleges that the
sheriff wrongfully seized and levied
upon his Dorrls. automobile, and as
a result caused plaintiff to suffer loss
and damage to an aggregate of
$2000, the sum for which he sues.
The automobile was attached un
der a writ Issued against Guy M.
Ingram, who, plaintiff asserts had no
title to the automobile levied upon.
The sheriff Is protected by an In
demnity bond filed by the plaintiff
In the Ingram suit. He was acting
under court Instructions and bis of
ficial conscience Is resting easy.
COUNTY COUItT ALLOW!) TO.
HPEND S5000 ON IIUILUINU
GOV'T PAPER HUHI'KNDH
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Aug. 3.
Publication of Tho Alaska Record, a
weekly paper Issued by tho Alaska
engineering commission, a govern
ment organisation hore, has bean
suspended under a recently unacted
law regulating government publica
tions. The Record carrlod news and
orders- regarding the railroad being
built: Between Seward' and Fairbanks.
Will, take Ford car In good condi
tion as part payment on 40 acres
good potato land. Call 812'Oak Are.
: ' t a '.? . 'v.8-7.r,
FOR SALE Saxon Six, in good con
dition, new tires; $700 cash. In
quire Pelican Bay Boarding House.
WAWTJss I experienced hotel por
ters, at once. White Pelican hotel.
WlArfTIP Two practical furalture
..I I "rt - kawa M4jslsmsk saw
jit Ose auut
irjMH. FerkiM F'
Five thousand dollars, and not
I COO, Is tho amount oxcupted from
tho supreme court Injunction against
the uso of tho special courthouse
fund on tho Hot Springs courtliouso
building to covur necuHsary expendi
tures to protect thobulldlng.
ThU Is according to tho copy of
tho Injunction on lllu in tho circuit
court here. Tho Horald printed a
special dispatch from Salem when
tho 'order was ontorod, fixing the
amount at '$500, evidently an error
in transmission ot the mossago.
COUNTY FAIR UHT AUK -
READY FOR UIHTRIUUTION
The nremlum lists for the annual
'county fair, which wlll be held this
sr t the county farm. Beptemner
'24 and 25, are nearly ready for dis
tribution, stated Frank Sexton, secre
tary ot the fair board, today. They
will be Bulled out wlthla a, few' days,
Tata PICK OT TH FIOTUKM
A NEW ONH KVERT DAT
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II. We POOIJC, Owner IlOiiRR I. TOBIIKV, Muilc! Director
The Wonderful Undersea Picture
"THE GIRL OF THE SEA"
will be played again tonight borutiso of Its actual worth
Evory one nhould hoo It
la uddJtlon wo villi nIiuiv the rlglilh chuptcr of
"THE EVIL EYE"
- starring Honny lieonard
Our old iavecltLTHKDA BARA, returns to us In Iser lastest picture
"THE LURE OF AMBITION"
' Teas Mix Is eosasmg SffMrday te his lata alctweo
"THE TERROR" '
a MATDfaOt KVMKt DAT
How Much Is a Shoa
Worth That Does
Come to our store, soled
ttni stylo of shoo that you
like, and It will bo fitted
to your foot by one ot our
men who Is specially train
ed In Shoo Fitting. If you
already have foot troubles
our foot export will prove
to you that you ran wear
st)llsh shoes In perfect
comfort hy removing tho
ruuso of your foot Ills with
a pair of