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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
FRIDAY, OCTOBER M, 1
in expenses 0f
FIIKHNO, Oct. 22. I'lmi for ro
organization mill nlmvllflcatlun of thn
California nUitu Kovurnitiniil In order
to out down nxpmiN worn ninila by
Htnto Controller John H, Chambers In
a talk horo yontorilny at a mooting
of slittn liilinrllnncn tux nppralaor.
Coat of tutn Koviirnmont In Cal
ifornia Iiiin liicrijiiiCiiil Krnutly In thn
pt tun ymim, Mr. ClminJiro said.
In 1010 tlio per cupltn coit wnii
$7.89, In 1010 $15, 93 uiul In 1920
110.40. Tlio 1021 InKlnlaturo, ho
Mill, prulmlily will upproprlutu nhout
Mr. Chnmbor ruvlnwoil past of
fori to cut down Mala oiponno. Ha
quoted hrlnfly from ineumge of gov
ernor to tlio Icglalsturea, from Gov
ernor (lags to (lovornor Htophon to
how how etch had protoited against
waato and lack of vfflclc.ony. Despite
tho prnleats, he addod, tho govern,
ment had drifted along frn had to
No gnvornor, thn controller de
clared, had ever made a contlnloui
and earnest campaign to romedy thl
condition of affair. Alt contented
thenmelvn with paragruph In mna-
age to their leglilaturei, ho 4ld.
IVopIn urn beginning to think moro
deflnltuly about governmental af
fair, and particularly about taxa
tion and thn high coat of living, "If
out of thi mo Into which wo hnvn
boon plunged would enmn lietlnr gov
eminent, then wo might look bnck
upon tho aorrow and tribulation of
tho pait fnw year with mom equan
imity" Chamber atd.
Mr. Chamber nlil ho wlidieit to
Impress upon hi hearer the duty
of thn Individual to tho government
and tho duly of the wholo people
to tho government If people fail
ed to tuko an Intelligent and nctlvo
Internal In government, thny bad no
one but thmiiiclvi- to hlnmo, ho de
clared, for wimtn of effort, time anil
money, uch a characterlted atnte
government In California.
About 11,000,000 a year could bo
avei In reorganization of tho'atato
government through doing away
with uanlna unit, Mr. Chamber n
aertcd. "Thl um, compared to the
grand total of expenditures, might
look mall, hut It ihuuld bo horno
In mind that the amount referred
only to the operating expenae of tho
lain government" ha maid. "That I
tho only place, at preaent whero
economy can he brought about.
If reorganisation wero made and
If the pcoplo "would coaie atklng for
thl frill and that frill and would
quit voting bond for any old pur
poan and Jiold government down to
a nearly bualneaa like line aa gov
ernment can bo held down" a tre
mendou relief would coma to the
California tax payer, bit concluded.
W. E. Hammond, a atockman of
the Merrill 'country, ha Juat recolved
a ahlpment of flvo reglatered Ram
boulut owe from thn famou Dul
lard herd of Woodland. California.
A purchaio price of G0 n hoad waa
pulil by Mr. Hammond for thcao fine
aheep with which ho plan on Im
proving hi flock.
Franklin county, Florida, hn a
woman county commissioner.
NMW YORK, Oct. 22. American
youth entering collngo havo In
croaod In numbnr at a rerord nito
during the paat alx yoar and If the
proportionate growth I continued to
lOCO thorn will be 1,1311,000 slu
dont In 210 Institutions' whoro 294,-
000 worn did oiled Inst yoar. Theia
figure, cotnpllod by tho Institute for
puhlle orvlco, havo rained tlio quo
tlon of whero tho money needed to
odlicntn tliCNO largor group will
Jullu II. llnrnen, chairman of tho
lutltuto, found In a study of tho
figure compiled that'thl year' In
creno each your, n report of tho In
ntltutn atate. Hut, If (hey grow at
thn average percontago rate of the
last: lx year, thoy will have 069,
000 itudonU In 1930 and 1,138.000
20 yean later.
Taking the lower catlmate for
19G0, It "mean finding facllltle
for more than three time thn total
for 1920 at ijg or seven time the
alary coat," Mid the report. "It
mean adding (44,000 atudent, or
200 college the alto of Yale laat
The Institute ak, "will the
money to provide education for the
Increaaed number of atudent como
from txatlon, endownmcnl, private
gift and larger foci 7 Muat preaent
unlvoraltle grow or moro unlversl
tie be bulItT"
In number, the Urgent Incrcaao
In alx year I credited to tho college
of tho city of Now York with a
growth of C.800, followed 'by the
Unlvorslty of California with 0200
Incroaie and Iloaton unlvenlty with
4700. Yale wa onn of four Insti
tution which had fewer atudent
than alx yoar ago, It decrease bo
Ing 81, the Initltutn reported.
Concluding hi obaervatlona, Mr.
Ilnrnca ald there la "reason to be
lieve that In any futurn democrat!-
Ing of bpportunltlea for higher edu
cation, afternoon and ulgbt classes
at college and extension clashes
away from college will bo Bonded to
give the elasticity which tho demand
Everything Is Marked in Plain
707 Main St
Corner Main and 7th
Big 'Reduction in
1 1018 Ford touring, In good con
dition. Old price $500. Sale price
1 117 Ford touring, flood run
ning order. Old price $460. Sale
1 Ford Speedater with' factory body.
Old price 400. Sato prlco I27G.
11918 Ford chaiulx. Juat rebuilt.
Price $3 CO.
11918 Maxwell touring, A-l con
dition. New rear tire. Old price
1-650. Sale prlco $600.
Tires Tirei Tires
7000 mile guarnatml tirra aOxH
Sale price $19.76
110x3 Non Hkld
Halo p.rlce $14.96
6000 mllo ipinmntreil tire liOtilH
Halo Prlco : $20.CO
:io:i .on Skid
Lilt, prlco $17.80
8alo prlcn $13,60
Klamath Falls Auto Co.
We are reducing our stock of standard makes
of Tires and offer for a short time only some of the
highest grade standard makes of Tires at greatly re
This is a partial list of our bargains :
30x3 Goodrich Safety Tread $17.50
30x3 Goodrich Safety Tread $19.60
30x3 Star Cord $2750
32x3Vi Goodrich Safety Tread '. $23.25
32x4 Goodrich Safety Tread $30.25
33x4 Goodrich Safety Tread $32.00
34x4 Goodyear All-Weather Tread $37.50
WEED CHAINS '
SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS
To the Women of Klamath Falls and Vicinity: The BIGGEST EVENT of the SEASON ii" now here A
SALE THAT IS A GENUINE SALE, IS
NOW GOING ON
1 30x3 SStOO
"W, a "-
3Zx 3 $5.50
Fashion -Show Sale
THE GREATEST OPPORTNITY OF THE YEAR SO FAR
DISPLAYED IN OUR BEAUTIFUL SHOW ROOM WILL BE SOLD UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT AT
THE AMAZING REDUCTION OF
a . Hi
REMEMBER Everything? it NEW. FRESH MERCHANDISE and already conceded by the hundreds of
customers we have made since opening our doors just one month ago, to be SUPREME in VALUE, STYLE
The wonderful business we have enjoyed makes this event possible and as it is OUR policy to always
have what is new and best, we must make room for new arrivals.
In this sale you will find just what you need for your winter apparel, whether it be
CHILDREN'S-COATS BRASSIERS .
PETTICOATS HOUSE DRESSES
SWEATERS CREPEDECHINE UNDERWEAR
SKIRTS ITALIAN UNDERWEAR
ThtTimf: ALL THIS WEEK The Place: AndrOSS-GloVer Style SflOp
FUR COATS BLOUSES
i AT THE THEATERS
Harry Carey can always be de
pended upon for a strong, virile photo-drama
of too a;roat outdoor. HI
lait two production, "Marked
Men" and "Overland Red," are still
pleasantly remembered, ttnd J) I new-
et feature, "Bullet Proof." written
by John Frederick and directed by
Lynn Reynold, will bo'ahown at
tho Liberty theatre tonight.
Ethel Rarrymore, known here and
abroad aa America's forcmoat ac
tress, hnd added fresh Inurels to her
already long Hat of successes la her
latest screen play, "The Divorcee,"
a Metro production which will be the
attraction at the Liberty theatre on
Tom Mix, the "daredevil of the
screen," will exhibit his daring
theatre next Sunday when William
Fox presents blm In bis latest pic
ture, "3 Gold Coins," a thrilling
western drama by H. H. Van Loan.
A HeraM Wasat Ad vriU i
WILL BE TARGET
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 23. The
battleship Massachusetts, which
fought In the battle of Santiago in
1898, will be towed from the Phila
delphia navy yard to Penaaeola,
Fla., to serve as a target In a trial
of the nation's coast defense artillery
against an armored warship, It is
The old warship1 armor plate la
18 Inches thick. Her protection
nearly equals that of present day
warships. The. skip will be anchor
ed eft after at a rut of three miles
from the bombarding battery.
In her eightieth year. Mrs. H. J.
Lutcber of Orange, Texas, recently-'
completed more than 300,000 miles
of automobile tearing.
A Holtowe'en Pie Social will be
held at the Pine Orove School house
Friday evening, Oct. 39. Everyone la
Invited to come and the candidates
re especially Invited to come and
Square Deal Drug Store
SAFETY -- SERVICE -- SATISFACTION
No strings, no catch; straight
business; (35 worth of rncord
with every Pa tho Phonograph In
rho Kind that have "pep" plus,
and are fresh.? We can fit your
Have you tried ua for that record
you could not And elsewhere?
Remember, we supply the record
"hits" while they ARE "hits."
Tland colored photographs ot Max
Bennett's famous bathing girls,
double mounted, ready for fram
ing. fl.00 each.
We sell all 'models of Bruns
wick and Pathe Phonographs on
WHKK IN DOUBT
About Drtfgs. consult us.
KNOW the drug business).
Adds pleasure to every outing. Wo
havo all the popular models.
Wo have a complete line of
razors, brushes, soaps, strops, lo
tions, ete. Everything to make
ahavlng a pleasure.
The made-ln-Oregon, guaran
teed household remedies, are
stocked completely, here.
Alt kinds of needles, attach
ments, etc., aro found In our
The master medicine; $1.30
Of toilet water, perfume, ete., In
combination; 13.00 to f 86.00.
And Vacuum Bottles, In the stan
We aro exclusive Klamath dis
tributors for this well known line
of household remedies. Our guar
antee with them.
Toilet- preparations have ma,de n
big "hit" ail over tne country, ana
here too. Quality la the reason.
Your celd feet with one of our
guaranteed hot water bottles,
11.00 to 16.00.
Makes your car start easily on
cold mornings; $1.30 cans.
The harmless eSclent remedy far
constipation; $80 and $1.30.
And motbods are our best advertisements.
WHO IS YOUR DRUGGIST?
Many Klamath Falls people arer
our satisfied patrons.
Pure, clean and fresh; 30c and
upwards per box.
Should be treated before they be
come serious. We have alt the
remedies used in the treatment of
Alarm clocks. $3.75 'to $10.00;
msntlo clocks, . $6.00 to $12.00;
Ivory dresser clocks, $3.00 to
Have,! our 'epeelel care. jft'i
I Kara! our 'epefUl care. .kVMLI
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