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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
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT,
wall give her favorite program,
"Songs That America Loves." The
great operatic soprano will appear
herself in what will be the most
table musicale of die season.
OCTOBER 25TH, AT 8:15 P. M.
Appearing with Mme. Verlet will
'.be Victor Young, pianist; Robert
.Yelton, violinist, and Mr. Thomas
A. Edison's Three Million Dollar
Call, write or telephone us for complimen
tary tickets of admittance. They will be is
sued in order of application.
KLAMATH FALLS MUSIC HOUSE
George A. Wirtz, Proprietor
122 South Sixth St Telephone 125
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(From Oregonlan, Oct. 8, 1910)
8TOIIY OK A CAN OV IIKKF
Row a Democratic Tariff Affects One
Oregon I ado try. """""
' Harper. Or.. Oct. 4. (To tho Edi
tor.) The writer ti merchant, do
ing butlneia nt Harper. Or. Harper
Is a town located In the center of the
headquarters ranch of Mlllert I.ux,
the largest cattlo outfit on the const,
IP not In the United States...
Last week I ordered from Swift
& Co., Dolse, among other goods. !?
case of one-pound cans of corned
beef. Today they came, and this
was what we read:
SWIFT DK LA PLATA
Aracntlno beef In tho heart of thn
biggest cow camp In Oregon!, And I
was going to voto for Chamberlain.
Out no more. I have never met' Mr.
Stantleld, and I havo Mr. Chamber
lain. I like him for his pleasant per
sonality and his hundred-oer-cent
American stand for our bos. Ho Is
welcome to my cakea and alo, but
not my bread and butter.
Hero nro nlf my customers loaded
up with cattle they cannot 'sell, Wo
put n million pounds of ns good wool
as was uvor grown In Oregon through
our warehouses last spring, and can
not got u dollar on It, and, our pa
ternal ndiuliilstartlon Is offering rape
mid Australian wool for salo avory
day. Our warehouse Is full of pelts
and hides which tho dealers will nut
even allow us to ship to them, be
cause tho pelts and hides nro not
worth tho trolght. Every ship Is
bringing In moroArgontlno stuff to
make conditions worso tor us.
Wu talk of thn league of n ,ttons
n id wet and drjr. Wo an chrslnt,' tir
shadow and Ignoring tho real Imuo
which Is, for us, Shall wo havo five-
'rent wool and two-cent hoot again,
as wo had In tho good old Cleve
land da) sT
Five thousand such republicans as
I was could stay at homo on Novem
ber 3 and not hurt thn chance of
Harding and Slnnott In tho stato or
district. Hut In tho senate wo havo
a majority of two, and one of those,
(flod save tho mark!) Is Im Foletlo.
That Is where an Oregon republican
Is going to havo the only chanco to
mako his voto count In this election.
That can of beet showed me whoreln
my duty lay.
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is one of any hospital's biggest asiott
and tho location ot this hospital
makes It especially desirable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
cnpablo graduated nurses nro em
ployed, and this fact, added to our
unoqualled ataft ot physicians and
excellent hospital equipment Insures
our patients unsurpassed 'service.
DR. R. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. II. MRRRYMAN
DR. T. 0. CAMPDRLL
DR. OROnOR l' WiUUHT
DR. R. D. LAMtl
DR. H. D. LLOYD STEWART
, ARE PROSPEROUS
PrrrSDURQH. Oct. 22 -The
average dally wage of every person
as ployed In Allegheny ceaaty. one of
tho country's greatest Industrial cen
,tera, Increased 70.2 per rent Itvlhreo
Tears, according to Jaaies Wood
ward, state sssssasuy at Intern! af
fairs. The per capita (tally wugn
(er 1919 'was 16.08. whllj that ot
1916 was f 2.8G. Mr. Woodward said.
He used tho latter year for com
parison because he said It was "fair
ly normal." whereas 1917 and 1918
were abnormal, owing to the war.
Although production vsluatlcn
ring the war years was greater
than in 1919, Mr. Woodward's fig
res showed wages had increased
steadily front 1916 to $3.53 dally In
1917, and $4.71 in 1918 to $5.08 In
Production value In 1919 amounte'd
to 11.900,226,400 as compared with
- ' -
$1,619,322,200 in 1916. as increase
faf 17.2 per cent. la 1917 and 191 S
larodactloa valae reached well over
the 12,000,000,000 mark.
The per capita wealth of the coun
try was $2.580.' or 2 times the aver
age per capita wealth ot the United
IRISH RIOT CLAIM
Rt'X l.VTO MILLION
ON BAN OF LIQUOR
TORONTO, Ont.. Oct. 22. A re
ferendum Is to bo held In tho pro
vinces of Nova 8cotia, Alberta, On
tario. Saskatchewan and Manitoba on
October 25 to docldo whether the Im
portation of Intoxicating liquor Into
theso provinces shall bo forbidden
by law. All of theso provinces now
have local prohibition In force. They
aro pormltted gndor tho Hrltlnh
North America act to prohibit tho
sale ot liquor within each province
but at present cannot prevent It's
Importation Into tho provinces ns In
terprovlnclal trade Is under thu con
trol of tho dominion government.
Tho dominion parliament however.
has decided that control ot liquor
shipments Into a provlnco shall be
abrogated wherever the provlnco has
so voted. The purpose of this l to
confer upon each province the right
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLJtANINU, PKUM1NQ AND
KKPAITU.NU WILL MAKM YOCK
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called far and Delivered
Ml Mala Street aTla-aO ralst
Dr. Lois C. Bridget
10 to 12 n. m., 2 to 5 p. m.
Ill 5th St., Suito 105
Over First 8tate ft Savings Hank
Dr. Hand lagvreoll HawUy
First National Bank Building
Rntrance, Room t
KUmath-JSend Ante Stajja
A dally anto stage eertlea to aow
operating botween Klamatfc FaU
and Band. Oltlcos Rei cafe add Mat-
ropolltan Oarage. C. I. fteckard.
Phone 276-W. 27-tf
50 Cents per Meal
301 High St Phone 455
el Ua aad aaart traa
Mm Ne. 24
L, N. HAINES
For Paper Hanging and
F. R. LAUGHTON
204 South Riverside
A Classified Ad will sell It.
to completely carry out tho will of
tho people regarding control of the
sale of liquor. This Is a concession
made by parliament ns an ultnru.itlvo
to national prohibition.
If tho voto In either of these pro
vinces on October 25 Is In favor of
taking full control of .the liquor
business within the province, the
Importation of liquor will m prohibited.
A classlflad Ad will s1l It.
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BELFAST, Ireland, Oct. 1. (Ry
Mall) Claims for damage caused
In the Belfast riots in July and Aug
ust amount to $7,000,000 while Lis
burn's orgy of destruction resulted in
claims for $4,075,000. Llsburn S. a
town ot 12,500 population and owes
its name curiously to Its destruction
by fire In 1907. Its townspeople are
taking the situation philosophically
and remark that "when the Sinn
Felners pay the government for des
troyed courthouses and bjrrscks we
will pay and not tll then."
RRV I WCnVaVaBSh Siar
F'liiilr - -u
A Steak You
And one that will be wholesome for you
order that kind from us and you will receive
it We are careful to select only the finest
cuts for our trade, and price is a secondary
consideration. If you cannot have the best
meats, have' none.
NOW IS THE OPPORTUNITY
dankr a r
to buy your new
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