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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1920)
EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TOMMY. JfOVMNRKR , IMS.
To Go Republican
tho conunlialon said the expenditure
to carry out a program tor tho con
servation ot water for Irritation and
domestic purpose undobtedly would
13 aa great.
Cnlltornla'a paramount need la
iheap power, an) a tho commission,
because, tho atato haa no coat sup
plr and and Ita oil ta needed (or oth
er purposes. . ,
Utilities today, the report, con
tinue, aa a result ot regulation are
aettlnic their product nt Mprlco near
er to tho prices of prowar daya than
any other commodity gas and elec
tricity rates having advanced on an
average not tnoro than 40 per cent,
agalnat 100 to 500 per cent advance
on other commodities.
NOTKfl FROM 111011 SCHOOL
nOMK KCOXOMIO DKPAHT
Republican women ot Weal Vlr
jrlnla plan to do for their stats
-what Hie women did for Main
Insure a sweeping Republican vic
tory threat the women's voti.
'Cosapltte sreparatlona are under
way tor a whirlwind Smith to the
camsalsT. A bfar share ot the re
poaeMIJty for the coaalnt G. O. P.
triumph reata ope Kn. George
ruffssharger. of Charleston, West
Vaw, BMsaiwr of the Republican na
tleaaJ advisory committee.
OH IF. ASSET
SAN FRANCISCO. Nor. J. Water
i California's most valuable crop, ac
cording to the annual report ot the
Tallroad commission of Califorala to
Ooreraor'W. D. Stephens, which says
that the 'twofold development ot wa
ter storage for irrigation and power
purpose will bring about a parlor ot
enormous development la the state.,
"Califorsla'a streams and rivers,
Ita rainfall and Ma snowfall muit'be
made to serve aad serve well," the
-governor wa' advised by the com
mtperU have estimated thai It will
reeulre hetwaeav. three tuartets at a
tilUoa wallaas to aamatract the asata
sary hjese shutrte sower Blasts "to
On Thursday tho glrta or the
home economic department had open
houao to all tho girls In tho high
school. Tho mothers of the girls
in the home economic department
were Invited for tea at 4 o'clock.
The occaalon was an exhibit of the
work done by the department tor
the first six weeka of achool. Tea
was served by the domestic sclonco
classes to ono hundred and twenty
five persons. The girls feel very
much encouraged over the decided
success ot their venture. Contributed.
NOTICH OPHKAIUNOOP FINAL
ACCOUNT. AND FOR D-
CHARGK OF ADMINISTRATOR.
ta the matter ot the estate of AR
THUR. B. LONG. Deceased.
In the County Court ot Klamath
Notice is hereby given that W. A.
Wleat, the admlalatrator with the
wilt annexed ot the estate of Arthur
I. Long, Deceased, baa rendered Ms
final account and filed herein his pe
tition for final settlement and die-
charge: aad that Wednesday, the
loth day ot November, iJio. at 10
o'clock a. m.. at the County Court
Chambers In the courthouse in Kla
math Falls. Orecoa.t haevhees duly
appointed by said court for bearing
ot said final account and objections.
It any, thereto, and for hearing said
petition for settlement ot said estate
aad discharge ot aald administrator
with the will annexed, at which time
and Place any person, interested la
said estate may appear aad file his
exceptions la writing aad show cause
It aay why aald final account should
sot be approved and allowed aad the
state settled and the admlalatrator
w. A. wihbt. I
T VM l (Via smW
AdmlnUtrator with the ..Wilt
To start our November, Sale off right we
giving a straightwenty-five per cent discount on ALL
Suite, Coate and Dresses, Our entire stock included
in this discount. Nothing reserved. Many brand new
garments received last Saturday, many more will be
in by Wednesday at wonderfully low prices. Now is
a good time to get your Fall garments and get the full
benefit of extraordinary low prices and early Winter
Coats from $16.00 up to $55.00.
Suits from $20.00 up to $65.00.
Dresses from $11.50 up to $69.00.
On Skirts, Waists and Sweaters we will give a
discount of 10 p4r cent.
. H. N. MOE, Proprietor
Our stock of windshield glass is complete.
Weptt'them in while you wait.
For quick service in glass work, call us up.
WTindow 'glass in all sixes constantly on
.' ' hand. r-
Lakeside Lumber Co.
TO OPK.Y FIA.VO HTb'DIO - -nlture turned out by the 800 -fae-
MrS. E. L. Norton arrived this tori... havln mmtuirhln In thn
iZmop.npT.o.riC-''0"' organUatlon of turn.tuf.
street in Mrs. Estella'e Mang a store. nufacturera represents 10 per
Mrs. Norton comes highly recom- cent ot labor determined the eon
mended is the mualcal line. iference at drand Rapids to make
I no effort at lowering of prices. i. ',
Keuiucgye noting Toaro ot con-, To do woua ,0,d,.rupt tBe
trol is not Inclined to favor the, . .. .,
pulling off of so-called champion- WM ot mon tnM '.OOO.OOO men
ship fights in the Blue Grass atate. employed In the furnlture-maklng
but on the contrary has adopted a craft and thua lead to a aerlous In-
policy of encouraging frequent bouts Uustrlal disturbance.
ly gradual and can only come wlth'fLOHT 33x3 9 cord lire, btlwaea
Diirallel reduction In tho manufac- Klamath Kal and Tuln Ukr. Its
I have had a atreak of yellow up
my back aa wide ui the Panama
rnnal. Consequently I hare not
left one avenuo open that would
turn to Chan. K. De
at popular price.
It waa after considering the
age element and following an ex
haustive investigation that n Joint
conference of the national manufac
Tells of Trees That
Will Thrive Here
.. i turera and the national retailors
i M2i L . n: r . mailc '? passed the following reaolutlen:
b'rC,b',:'"!,e Rr," ftft Where... there ha. recently been
Klamath climate, aaya Arthur Ku'p-ieub,UI,d new 'nd ,ower ,eveU '
pel, aaieanvan lor tne Haleni Nursery if""' ou numovr m comiuoumua;
company of Salem, Ore., who haa' and whereas, It haa generally been
been. Investigating local conldtlona 'reported that the costs of manufac-
for tea daya.
Rawing at the.
mm me m m -sypmmM m
A Big Double Bill
w '. , ' "SUPERMAN" ,
H a special, and
,,;- ' f LOVE OF JUSTICE"
; Louise Glaum
ALSO A GOOD COMEDY
tlirln- flirnlttlPM h.vii tuin mtttlal.
blue spruce, and Norway spruce will,1' re.auc?a' n? "". too retail
do well. As a windbreak along the mercnanis. aesirous or ascorisining
county road In tho Irrigated section ,fact' have requested the executive
i.ombardy poplars are advised. committee or the Itetall Furniture
, - . - '"' "" ""' .w..w, nHVM.HUII 114 IHD UHHVU Dl-a'l IU
a??.,e-S',YeV,0Wi.Fraut.Krl DrUi: k wetu and thorough an
cbkl, Dorothy I'erklns. Bmpress of .B of . ,oniiiinn lnn,minr
China are among tho roses recom- ? "" " ;"" con'on fovernlng
mended by Mr. Ruppel, tho co,t of manufacturlng'furnlture
Tulips, shasta daisies and gladlo-i today and to 'Insist upon a lower
laa are other hardy flowers. , level of price. If condition, were
Wistaria, Virginia creeper and hon-, found to warrant them: and where-
eysuckle are suitable vines. , ManyMt this Investigation haa been
;;:. u w,u """ "'".laude in a moat exlonalvo and
KOIl HAI.K WOOD Dry limbs and
body wood 13 per C. four miles
n.. ,nuM nM .1.1 V, 1.i....m,I. pn.il
give me Information and have more AUo nmb wood nt i'lno drove 7H
miles 3 per C. See Dr. Uoblo, 1313
than ono letter from some of, the
biggest men In tho game, telling me
why there could not be a reduction
at this lime.
(Advt. 3-4) IIOUHK
KOIl RKNT 1 big store room. See
Mrs. M. C. Holms, 1177 Main.
I'hone 376. 2
WANTED Woman for light liousw
work. Call Whitman Drug Co.
ROOMS WITH flATil 7l5 cents per
' day", $4 per woek. Home Room
ing bouse. 920 Klamath Ave. 2-8.
CLOHK IN ONK 4-ROOM HOUSK
I1CH0 and one 3-room house
$1060. Ilullt In sink and nun try:
closets, porches, good lot. You are
only paying for actual cost of ma
terial, labor and lots. Terms. Call at
Starr Uros. Plumbing 110 4th Bt..
or phone 48G or 2SC-J. 20
Owing to the shortnesr of his stay.
Mr. Ruppel regrets that ho did not
see everyone, but persona Inlondlng j
to plant trees or vines noxt soring
may secaro advice y addressing tho
Halum nuresry company, referring to
Mr. Ruppell In tho letter. 2
N I H
Tomorrow A Paramount Picture
j i '
thorough maqner; and whereas, it
has been determined that thoro can
bo no changes affecting tho cost of
furniture generally that would Indi
cate that any material reduction
could take place in tho Immedlnto
future without affecting seriously
the wage and steady employment
of tho men employed In tho furnl
turo factories; theroforo lio It.
Resolved by tho furniture manu
facturer. In national council' as
sembled, that tho details of tho find
ings of this investigation bo con
veyed to all branches of the In
dustry and to the public generally;
and be it further
Resolved, that tho secretary be
instructed to keep the, member, of
this' council Informed of any
change. In market condition, that
affect the coat ot manufacture, and
furthermore, that we deem It de
slrable and to the best interest of
the furnlturo Industry, as well aa
the American home, that concerted
effort be exercised by tho manufac
turer to reduce manufacturing cost,
other than that of labor, and to re
flect these roduct(pns in the finished
product nx soon u possible; and bo
Rosolved, that to our best know
ledge and belief no general reduc
tions in the nrlco of furniture can
(possibly take placo at this time, and
To our Many Friends and Patrens:
Who have been figuring that fur
niture price, will tumble with other
commedities: Here Is an extract
from the "Pacific Furniture Trade;"
A recent announcement, to the
trade by J. L. Young, president of
the Retail Furniture Astocla'lron of
the United States, states: '.'Furni
ture will not Join other commodi
ties in the tumbling of price, for
some time to come, and the 'descent
to a lower level of prices' will be
.This followed the conference be
tween the representatives of the
National Association, of Manufac
turer, and Retailor hold at, Qrand
Rapids Ion1 September '21th and
Tho fact that every piece of fur-'that the decline would be extreme-
LOST On Sherwood roaster wagon
(boy 'a) with Iron whoels. Taken
from First and Pine streets Hal
lowe'en night. Telephono 302. K. T.
Ludden. a '3
Main, phone 232-J,
I1UY TIEIH HOMB and save your
rent money. f?&00. (lood 6-room
bouse and 2 lota In a good location
1300 cash, balance monthly.
lir.00. 4-room cottage, largo lot and
garage on very easy terms.
FOR RKNT A largo 10-room un
furnished house on pavement closo
A.' A. RKLI.MAN & CO.
406 Main St.
FOR BALK 1 C-horse. a.phuxo'O.
K.' motor, new, wtlb starter. II. A.
Talbot, phone 12F-3. 2-6
LOST Iletween llonantu and Kla
math Falls, 3r.xr, II. H. curd tiro '
on rlni. fi rowurd. Finder leave nt
Charleys I'laco, cor otn unci Kla
1 . .
At a meeting ot tho Timber Work-
ors Union last night they passed a
resolution that we go on record as
not taking any part In thn courthouse
J, r IIA1NK WUA,
"Alwsyt the Beet for the Liberty Guest"
If. W. POOLK, Owner llOGKn D. TORRKY, Musical Director
ELECTION RETURNS TONIGHT
During the. performance national and
local returns will be announced. A special
Western Union wire is installed for this pur
Frank Keenan appears in "Smoulder
ing Embers," and Harold Lloyd Is a scream
in "Hi. Royal jyness."
During the evening sandwiches will be
served to our guests by the Liberty Market
and Klamath Department Store, and we
wish to thank Mr. Werner and Mr. Jenkins ;
for their enterprise and generosity. V