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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
for Celebration of
' Tho local post of tho American J
Legion linn bskcu uo ncrnm 10 iur
reel tho Armistice Day story nppoar
JnK In yoHterdny's Issuo, which
tinted (hat thero would ho a fine
raising near tho Whlto Pelican
hotel nt 4 p. in., followed hy a ban
quet for Legion member nt tho
Plans for Armistice Day nro
made for thv ovenlng only. At 9
o'clock thero will bo tho nnnunl
Armlstlco Day ball. Tho fins pres
entation mentioned In tho Invltn-
NDIA suns .
FEAR OF ILL
NKW YOUK. Nor. P. Sneotoa
and superstition cost many lives an
nually In India.
This was tho statement of Or.
Anna Dogenrlng of tho Woman's
American llaptlst Foreign Mission
soclctr. who has Just returned Iroro
tlon will tako place In tho ballroom ion year's furlough after fourteen
nt 10 o'clock. Presentation will bo
made by tho Women's Hellef corps,
and ncceptanco by the officers of
tho "local post of tho Legion.
Tho best music lu town has been
secured for tho dance. The fact
that Iho majority of tho orchestra
played all summer at tho open air
paylllon Is sufficient recommonda
,tlon for It.
Invitations were mailed yester
day and tho day before, but owing
to the Inability to get them out
sooner It Is likely that many will
not roach their destination in time
for tho danco. The Legion at this
tlmo wishes to Invito all service
men. whether Legion members or
not, to tho ball, and also all friends
of tho American Legion. All mem
bers of the Women's Auxiliary and
of tho Women's Itcllef corps are
especially Invited, and are tho honor
guests of tho evening.
New National League
With Twelve Clubs
CHICAGO. Nor. 9. -Right Na
tional league clubs' and three Ameri
can league clubs, 'N'ew York, Boston
and Chicago hare formed a now Na
tional league with all club circuit.
The promoters offered federal
Judgo Londls the chairmanship of
the new baseball board at a salary
of S0,000 a year. The Judge asked
tlmo to consider the offer.
Flvo American league clubs, Clove
land, Washington, Detroit, Philadel
phia, and St. Iouls, plan an oppos
ing league. Installing new clubs In
Chicago, Now York ml IJoiton.
KANSAS CITY. Not. 9. nan
Johnson; president of the American
league, today declared war to a fin
vlsh on the new IS club league.
juix;hi:nt ox notk
years as n doctor In India
"A sneeze means a great Im
pendtng calamity to tho Indian
mind," said Dr. Degenrlng. "What
over happens on the day that one
hears a sneezo Is sure to turn out
111, nnd tho Indian will enter upon
no undertaking of Importance on
such a day. Many of our patients
hare refused to havo operations on
which their lives depended on tho
day that had been arranged, for. be
cause they happened to snecto that
morning, or even to hear someouo
Indian belief In auspicious days Is
another "hobgoblin" In tho path of
tho medical missionary there, Dr.
Degenrlng said. Soon after an In
dian child Is born, the soothsayor
rvveals to tho family Its lucky star
and Its lucky days. Indians who
fall III or are hurt In an accident
persist In waiting for their auspi
cious days beforo sending for a
Tho Indians, the physician ex
plained.' attribute opldemlrs to the
wrath of various goddesses of III
health, adding "thero Is a goddess
of malaria and a goddess of small
pox a goddess. In fact, of every
Though they bello.ro In goddesses,
they aro hard to convince concern
Ing germs, and they have no Idea of
quarantine for contagious diseases,
Dr. Degenrlng said.
Flour Takes Big
MINNEAPOLIS. Nor. 9. For the
first time In almost four years flour
sold at 'under $10 a barrel at the
local mills today. Prices ranged
from $9.65 to $10.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nor. 9. Klour
prices continued tbelr downward
slide today and reached what millers
said were pre-war prices. At ono
taff-JVd - "rloa.
c7t rno.oV.Ven 'byJohn! 'U ,n 98 PUBd "Cl"
and T. A. Varner to J. O. Ilrardsley
In 1914. The note was for goods purchased.
Mr. Cigar Smoker
We maV'e many .millions of our
famous Klor tie Melba cigars every
year, and earn yuarshowa a steady
Increase of satisfied smokers.
However, we want every man
who smokes a good cigar to try
this now national seller.
Klor to &elba cigars are long
filler cigars, , made by skilled cigar
makers, and ' by the largest Inde
pendent cigar factory In the world,'
with a reputation to sustain. I
VOI.CNTKKIt KIUEMK.V WILL
Mi:irr with xkw riiiKP
Firo Chief Delaney Is having
Try one today
10c and 2 for
I. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co.
Ni;VAItK, . J.
II. E. PELTZ, Local Agent.
Our stock of windshield glass is complete.
We put them in while you wait.
For quick service in glass work, call us, up.
Window glass in all sizes constantly on
Lakeside Lumber Co.
- Phone 128
PORTLAND, Nov. 9. Tho falling
wheat market Is bringing flour prices
lown. A decline of 40 cents n bar
rel in Portland flour quotations, ef
fective Monday, was announced by
the millers. The Wholesale price of
the best family patents will be $11
a barrel. This means a drop of
$2.73 a barrel from the extreme high
price of the year, made last May, and
a decline of $1.60 from the opening
price of new crop flour.
Rakers' flour will be listed at
$10.50 a barrel. This grade of flour
has kept pare downwards with fam
ily flours. Most of the bakers, how
ever, are still using old crop bought
at the high prices.
Klor de Melba Is truly the "Cigar meeting tonight at 7:30 In tho city
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city and requests that every man who
Is on the volunteer list bo present.
Chief Delanoy called Mil smcetlng for
the purpose of getting acquainted
with and finding out who tho volun
teers are, also to. get their homo ad
dresses and telephone numbers, and
Incidentally to have a general under
standing with them about their du-
As we draw away from the turmoil of election days to the peaceful time of Thanksgiv
ing, our thoughts flow toward the necessary items of preparation.
5" REALLY MARVELOUS VALUES
Coats : Suits
We have just unpacked a large shipment of Coats,
just received from our New York buyer, and offered
at prices not to be duplicated. A shipment of dresses
will arrive today. Call and look them over.
BE PREPARED! WINTER DAYS ARE NEARING!
The chill of our November and December evenings
and the crisp air of our mornings, make thoughts of the
snug warmth of Forest Mills Underwear a welcome
Low prices still prevail in all our yardage section.
Children's heavy fleece lined
$1.50 to $2.17
Misses cotton and wool Union Suits...
$2.25 to $3.75
Boys' heavy fleece lined Union Suits....
$1.72 to $4.50
Ladies' silk and wool Union Suits $4.85
Ladies cotton and wool $1.80 to $2.00
Ladies' heavy fleece lined suits
; $2.57 to $2.85
If. X. MOK, IroprlQtor.
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plain and H
Standard Amoskeag grade in
fancy colors, while it lasts,
29c a yard
Fancy Dress Gingham, a very
sortment to select from,
35c a yard.
Tat VMM f myblmm
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Think this over carefully and remember it when
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You will find they have models with a style that is
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fL ivi iv. STORE
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.