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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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ti'i:hiav, xoviimijkh n, inao.
V. M. HU'IHKII .WIIUM'M)
commiiiiv v.ti:iih, m roiir
WAHIIINIITON, Nov ! Tin- pro
Inrled cruiser, t'lovolitiid, uttai'hfil to
llin nitwly (iri::iiiit)il nrinndioii on
duly In Latin Ainnilniii waters In
aground In t Int liurlmr nl Ciirtiir.enii,
Ooliiinlilii, nayii 'i reim leiolved by
llin navy ilopu'tineut Tim vessel
Divorced From Duhe
LONDON', Nov Tlio Diirhonn of
MiirllM)toui;li, formerly Connuelo
Vntiiliirlilll. iliiiiulitur of W. K. Van
ilnrlilll, wiim loiluy uwiirilml a divorce,
friiii tlio lliiku of Marlborough. Al
legatliinn of mlnioiiiliict worn niiiilo.
liy tlim IMichenn. Tlio Duku'it eoun
hiiI iiiiiilo denial, hut no evidence was
Viri'CIIAN HVVM I'OlllUVOlUli:,
niAiuins win: iusi;ini:n
liimm Hart, through Ills iillornii)
II M Manning, has MIimJ u null for
llvorn iiKiilnnt 1'iiiiBy Hurt unit ill
It'Ci'" rrili'l unit liiliuiiinn triatmeni
nit croiinilit for it separation. Tin
'omplnlnt mils forth that they won
married In April, 1'JSO. anil thru
hum urn no children, tlnrt statu In
iU complaint thai (in U a vuttirai
if thu world war.
Hello! Is this 39? '
Can I make an ap
pointment for a sitting
I hear you make the
best portraits in town,
and tfiat is the kind I
,r.no wim. iiavi: imdoii
,vr u. op roui'M mkhtincj
Tlio chamber .if rutniiiurrii weekly
'itrliKon will lm given over to tlio
Anii'rlrnii Ii'kIoii luuiorrow ami llin
speakers will ho rhiiinn Ullh till
piirpo4i In tn 1 ri il IniismiKli an Arnils
tiro ilay rmilfK on Thursday nf thin
week mom than onllniir Interest
will attach to tln illnruniloii mill
lurgit alteiidam - f members In an-
Jimt think H now hatli tubs nt the
Hot HprliiKN Hath IIoumi. Coiiio ami
A riioiI cigar ineann Miillia
Why tnko chance Hmnke Mclltnn 9
llelng cigar wise, meann Melb.i 9
LIBERTY , THEATRE
The Sunbeam of the Screen
MARY MILES MINTER
Jiggs" has come to'life againthe. famous
"BRINGING UP FATHER"
and made immortal by George McManus
are again with us. This one is
"Jiggs and the Social Lion"
and is based on the famous cartoons you see
in the daily papers. In addition we have
a fine big feature called
) PERSONAL MENTION f
Prank lloiuiout, prominent nrchl
tocl from lluvro, Mont , nrrlvoil yes'
torilny In company with Mm. Ilosnout
anil will miikn llmlr future homo In
thin city, Mr. Ilosnout ban lived linlf
u llfn tlmo In lluvro anil wan onn of
tlio prominent tltlzefiH of tlio statu.
Ho wim nUo onn or tho lending nrchl
titcU thorn ami ti In locution In Kla
math Ku I In Im morn than of punning
J. V. lloylo, resident ni:lnor for
tho Oillfornla-Oregon Power com
pany, loft tli In imirnlng for Han Pran
cIhco whnro ho will ho occuplod with
company business for tho next two
weeks, Ho wan nccompanlud by II.
J. Tanner, who linn been omployud
In tho local engineering offlco of the
company for tho piml month.
Mm. Kit llmley ami daughter
Mona lllunrlic left HiIh morning foi
Chilouuln attur u flvo months' visit
In Oakland, where nhy undurwunt a
Mm. Ocorgo Merryman accomp
anied liy Mrs. Ilalloy loft fur lattor'i
homo In Portland Hunday mornliiK
for an extended vlnll.
Ja Mllnc. of tho Whlto Pelican
hotel, loft thin moraine for a visit
MIm M l.i-KKltt left Hunday
morning for Han Prunclnco on it two
Hurt Thompklii" arrlwd lant nlKhl
from Huminvlllo. Cullfornla, to at
tend tho funeral of llin father, dill
Tliompklmi, who dropped dead nt
Mr. and Mm. John flhnpheril urn
county neat vlnltorit from I'lna Orove
purcliimlni; nuppllen for their ranch
Dan I. Inky In In town on linln,en
from Dairy, Orexon.
Mr. and Mm N. W. Yoiiiik arc vln
ttlnjt hum from WIUonvlllu. Oregon.
Mm W. J. Ituff and dauRhter Joe
phlnn of ('hllo(iiln nrn nvetullnK n
few dayn In town.
Minn Mnrjorle (Irlnej, who aim
been III In the honpltal for thu pairt
fow weekn wan no much Improved
that nlie wun moved home lat uvea-
W T Knlep and wife of Mcdford
nrn hem to make tlielr homo. Mr.
Ktip han cloned a deal, where by ho
will take over tho old Whlto Pollcnn
Harold Mntryman left thin morn
Inc for Dray. California on a btml
Kd Oeary left thin jnornlnK for
Kurono where bo wilt Attend tho
Homrcomlnic fcntlvltle pf lio Unl
vernlty of Oregon and tho icamo be
tween Oreitpn.nnd tho I nlvcrilty of
J. I". Ioo, jcior and MUtirlcc
Jolimon loft Mill moraine for Salani
whoro thoy will bo" occupied with bui
lnw mnttcrn for tho next fow day
Hon OrlffHh waa In town from hU
father ranch In Ito Valley thli
mornlnic purchanlnic nuppllen.
Mr. and Mrn. Chariot M. Collier
of KuRone aru expected In tonight
for on oxfendod Tlnlt vrlth tholr none
Andrew, Chattel, and Alfrod Collier
all of Klamath Falli.
W. II. Roark toft thin morning for
tho reservation where ho li In chargo
of tho government experiment farm.
Melon clgan will aatlify you. 9
MeUia-n cigar nt all itore. 9
Important recommendation! of Mr. , In tax. With this tax removed thoro
Ifounton will bo that tho commlnMnn
er of Internal rovonuo ho authorlzoil
to mnko flnnt dotonnlnntlonn In any
tnx amieninunt. Under tho present
law a tax ranu can ho opened time
nhoiild bo n onb-thlrd
rcnta by tho landlords
WAHHINOTON, I). 0, Nov. 9. -Tho
next nennlon of congrenn,
which riieotn Decombor flth, and
whldi will ho tho lanl and third ncn
nlon of tho CO tli cAngrcnR, will lanl
only until tho Innugurantlon of tho
now president, March I, next, when
the nennlon will expire by limitation
of law. Including tho Chrlntman hol
idays which nearly nlwaya lant ten
dan, tho next nennlon will havo lend
than 70 working dayn. It will readily
he neen from thin limited tlrno that
thu December nennlon will not ho ablo
to enact much legislation. It will do
well to pann tho 1 1 big annual appro
priation bill, and adjoum In tlmo
for the president Inauguration.
There In another thing, besides
luck of tlmo, which will prevent
much. If any, new legislation In tho
Dernmber nennlon. An a new con
grein and a now president will tako
tho helm after March 4 thern will tie
a general desire on tho part of ill
rongerssmen to defer Important loj
Jnlailon until tho now preident
makes his desires known, and until
tho new members of ccngM'sn, of
which thcro will bo many, can par
ticipate In national legislation.
Tho first nennlon of tho CTth con-
arm.- .tilt l.. r uiiaaIi.1 a jaalnn amIIa.I
FiI-iii niii in j nir.iHi pvoniuii vaiiiu k --- - - -- - -
by the new president noon after hln tacked on tho tenant. If these taxci
Inauguration next month. Thin ses-iwcro remitted lower rents could r
nlon will last n-long time, and may'talnly bo secured. Whoro rents now
nvetf rim Into llin rerlllnr Dernmber I nro based On 9 pof Cent Interest On
session of congress, 1921. At thin! tho Investment, three per cent of It
all tho vast rccon
idaiio ih:mi:d ciiamii:
to mountain t1mij zo.mj
WAimi.VOTO.V, Nov. 9. Idaho's
petition to bo placed In thn momi.
tain tlmo rono rnther than In tho Pa
cific tlmo zrmo has boon donlcd by
tho Interstate commorco emrnlsslon.
i NOTICE TO CltKDITOKS
IN THU COUNTY COUIIT OV Tim
KTATi: OF OHItfiON l"Oll Klj..
OltKfinV Tnnlolit nn.l W..I....
and time again until tho tay payor ,nyi far
novor known when ho in tnrougn wuiii ,
litigation with tho treasury. liut a
lowering of tho wliolo Income tax
schedule Is what Is now deslerd by
congressmen and cltliens nllko. There
nro also many Imporfnctlons In tho
present Incorno tax law, an happens
usually In all complex and now statu
tes, and these must bo ironed out. In
the revision, houso and senate lead
orn nro said to plan not only a gen
eral reduction In all schedule, but
changed so that big Incomvs will bear
a proportionally larger nhi.ro of tho
tnx. The "llttlo follow" will not
havo to pay as much ns heretofore
This" will Indeed bo popular legisla
tion with tho masses.
Tho housing situation will also bo
considered by tho December nennlon.
Tho shortago of homes In every sec
tion of tho land, except In tho rural
districts, Is almost as serious as tho
tax burden and tho high cost of liv
ing. Thin problom confronting con
gress will havo two angles to bring
about construction of more homos
and apartment houses, and to pre
vent tho rent hogs from further pro
fiteering on tho helpless tenant Tho
situation may result In a federal law
establishing rent commission In all
cities of a certain population. Taxa-
tlon, too, will bo considered as a
means of relict for tho bousing
shortago. Federal taxes on nowly
constructed dwelling and apartments
now now average about 3 per cent
of tho total cost. This Is always
In tho Matter of tho Estate
Mary K. Colson. Deceased.
Notice Is horo.br given that I havo
been appointed administrator of tho
Kstato of Mary B. Oolson, Docoasod,
sons having claims against said os-
ny tno abovo entitled Ceurt: nil nor-
tato aro notified to present thorn to
me, with proper and local vouchor!
attached, at tho law offlco of II. M.
.Manning, i.oomls Iiulldlng, Klamath
Falls, Oregon, within six months
from tho dato of this notlco.
DnteJ October 18, 1920.
AKCIIIB O. COLSON
Administrator of tho Kstato of Mary
B. Colson, Deceased.
Oct. 18-2E Nor. 1-8-1G
F'Yrtnniurr Nuki . u..-.
' jftfrSi. -"thr Tire. Itch,
. im S4VJ ? Smart or Bum. if V
Villi CVCC Jrrtatf InfUmed or
pftn. Soolhti, Rcfrsshaa. Stfe for '
Inftator Adult. AtUIDrolrt. Write for I
7 Ml -
structlon problems of tho new admin
istration will havo to bo considered
and solved, and It will tako months
to do that. Tlio last session of con
gress did not really havo tlmo to
nennlon. Reconstruction will bo ef
lems and neither will tho December
K-wlon. Iteconstruction wll Ibo ef
fected In the special session of the
new congress. Theno problems aro
an gigantic and Important as those
which confronted tho federal govern
ment at tho beginning of tho world
Though the December sesclon wilt
not havo limn to tako up tho prob
lems of government, nevertheless
there aro two matters of legislation
besides tho appropriation bills, which
that nesnlon will endeavor to put
.-through. Ono of them Is revision of
'thii tax laws, and some sort of rollof
;fro'm the h'ouslng situation whlfti hns
grown serious In nearly every u--bnn
community In tho wholo coun-l
An effort will be mado In Decem
ber to completely rcvlso tho Income
tax laws, but because of the lack of
tlmo In that session, It Is doubtful
If any new tax bill can bo enacted
Into law,Iloth democartle and repub
lican leaders aro very anxious to
hare the tax laws, particularly tho
Income tax, revised from top .to bot
tom. It cannot be dented, presses
heavily on rich and poor allko. In
tho December session Secretary Hous
ton will ask congress to mako tho
new law simpler than tho present
cumbersome statute. Ono of tho most
flowing at tde,
IHKNK CAKTI.K in 'THK AMATKUK W1KK" -
Tho romantic talc of an "Ugly pucktlng" who was
,f.l.cd la a conrent and went to bed at nine , untH shu
. t.A it ni rrav flno feathers.
husbaad fohnd be had married a wlfo who could
"THE FOlLIES GIRL"
It's a greaf'itory of the sUgo
Thursday, Friday Humoresque
STOP! LOOK! READ!-You People!
WE ARE GIVING YOU PEOPLE OF KLAMATH FALLS AND VICINITY UN
HEARD OF REDUCTIONS DURING OUR
... . i -s-v i ur i a - r cf,:wf.. MSlKnaw I JnrfriAifjr. Hosierv in fact.
Our entire stock of Silks, Wool Dress Uooas, ury vsooas, women s v-ow, ureCT n..s, ... ,,
every article in the store, has been reduced in price, regardless of cost, for a quick "close out." $
Wide range of
colors and kinds
Come one, come allYou can get real bargains here., Saje continues daily until
' every item if sold.
BRANDENBURG'S DRY GOODS STORE
CLOSING-OUT SALE-GOING OUT OF BUSINESS