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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1920)
THE EVENING' HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, NOWMTlKIt 18, 1020.
Trnilo It to Tlw Kiirnlnhur of Hup
ti homos, Htf
lluro your TliniikuslrliiB drowi
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OLD IMEEIJ OF ALL-PURPOSE FARM
HORSES PRESERVED BY GOVERNMENT
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HARD TO fJirr ()()! I'AIIIIICH
lint Hi ii cloths wn dhow nru tho iro
diictii of Ui" bust mllla and uro ex
clusive with us, Como In nnd
thtiiu. You'll bo Improsand with
their iiulot Reed tnslo and tho char
actor of our tailoring fully uquali
that of (ho fabric on ovary good
It's Oriiiiilimillirr' ItciliK' In!
llrliiK llurk Color mill
Liulro to Hull'
You run turn Km)', fndud linlr
hnntitlfiilly diirlc and lustrous utmost
ovor iiIkIU If ou'll nut a bottln of
"Wjrctlli'n Hiiko mill Sulphur Com
pound" lit tiny drug Morn MlUlmm
Of holllfH or thin old riiinoilM Hugo
Tim Iticlio. Improved by tlm mldl-
tlfin of fitluir IiU'ritillnntn. nri milil
iimuinlly, says u woll-kiiown drim '
Kbit hum, Internum It darken the linlr
no naturally mid ovunly tb.it no onn
can toll It ban boon applied.
Those whom) hair In turning Krny
or hocomlng fadod Imvo n turprlio
uwnltliiK thoiiii bacnimo .iftur on it or
two nppllcntlou tho gray linlr van
ishes and your lock bncoiun lux
uriantly dnrk mid hrniillful
Thin In tho nici or youth (Irny
linlrml, tilinltractlvo folks nrmi'l
wanted around, no tut busy with
Wrath's 8ngo and Hulpbur Compound
tonliibt and you'll bo delighted with
your dark, hnniUomu hair mid your
youthful nppornnco within a few
A claMlflnd Ad will toll It.
lit) Main HI.
MONTREAL. QUE. French-. ttflLLUsKisaBaW
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MONTREAL. QUE. Frcneh-
Canndlan hones aro coming back.
thanks to effort of tho Canadian
"government to presenro tho breed.
Thoio littlo giants are among tho
beat all-purpow (arm horaca la ex-latenea.
Descendants of horaa ant over
by Loois XIV, French-Canadian
horses wero originally lance, pow-
! erfnl animals. Poorly fed and
I cared for montf the colonists, they
degenerated in aire bnt trained In
roggadness and endurance. Tber
are a beautiful little draft animal,
I coal black being the predominating
1 dolor with flowing mane and talL
,Tber weigh around 1,200 pounds
and hare a reputation of being able
to outpnll any horaca of their alxe
and grow sUek on a atcady grind of
work that would kill ordinary
Interbreeding had left only a few
of the purebred race In existence.
Tho Gwadlnn government his
rounded OD tho beat sneebatna and
i at Con Rouge farm and St Joachim
1 1 ffagajiaj founded hard which will
HUH YOUK CAHIM
or parcel by our tramfor
sxrvlco. That wilt Inaiire
that limy will bo carefully
handled and that tbvy will
always roach boat or train
on time. Wo don't bollovo
In any lait mtnuto ship
tnnnta. Wo alwaya Kot t Intro
In plenty of tlmo to inako
aurn tho Rooda wn carry will
not bo loft boblnd.
Western Transfer Co. ?' Tl10 "r,t 'ltr,,,, of tho whim I'mlcr tlm Old l'rorlnco Clmrtor
T.nouao vta .Mr AiiiRnu AiioniN, who women property owners in aasacnu
of tliu (cond prcnldi'iit, who wn notti enjoyed tho votlne prlvlloRo for
,!. . .n ILMIIili ! .n.lllllril nnfirlt. n lllfl .... tmt lAftf ,rt
gj HUT illW It' WVl'7 IIV VAUt.Ml,j aiuHiiy wv VII, AltIt, U tf A iU
TVP& OP MAb
(naore the preaerratlon of the
Deanlte automobDes, trocka and
farm tractors, the horse population
of Canada Is greater than erer be
fore, Cneonraged by the goremi
ment pnreblooded horses are being
bred on a wide scale. What tho
fanner needs la on oll-pnrposo
horse and this Is whstthe Dominion
gorernment proposes to grra kual
m the Freneh-Canadlam, ...
SAVE DOCTOR BILLS
See Our Complete Line of
$4.95 to $12.50
Men's Solid Leather
$7.00 to $16.50
Quality to Quality and Price to Price
You Will Find Our Prices Lovfr
your membership in
the Red Cross during the Fourth Roll Call, t
, This space donated by
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8A.V FHANCISCO, Nor. 18
Qoorce Appoll, prominent San Fran
cUco attorney, surrendered to the
federal yiutborltlcs here following the
return of a secret Indictment against
him, charging aiding and abetting
an alleged conspiracy to brlbo a fed
eral prohibition enforcement officer.
Ills bonds wero sot at 110,000 and
his hearing sot for November 20th
beforo tho United States commissioners.
COIIN1NO, Nor. 18. No action
was taken toward tho organization
of an Irrigation district under the
Iron Canyon project at the meeting
In this city boyond a complete dis
cussion of tho nlati to which mnnr
large owners were Interested auSl-
into It. Tbo aporturo was too small
for tho bear's body and tho animal
was quickly hog tied.
LOS ANGELES, Nor. 18. Four
wltnesscs-wcro heard by the Los An
geles county grand Jury In Its Inves
tigation ot alleged corruption In Pa
cific coast leagtio baseball gafn.es In
1910, and then adjournment was tak
en until November 23.
LIVH OAK. Nor. 18. Hauck
Urothcrs' general merchandise storo
was entered by burglars and several
watches wero taken. About a month
ago tho storo was robbed and much
clothing was stolen mado up tho loot
of tho burglars. Two weeks ago tbe
Safford storo In Ltvo Oak was rob'
r F F. .ssaav
fm 'Lsr kW aw m
THE HOUSE OF MERIT
SACRAMENTO. Nor. 18. Det
ter prices for California celery loom
as a result of a sovero freeze last
week, which badly damaged tbo New
York crop. The crop In that state
was unusually heavy this year and
was ono ot tho principal factors
which kept tho prlco ot California
grown celory considerably under tho
prices ot last year.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18. Tho
trial ot Mrs. It. C. 1'ecte, charged
with tbo murder of Jacob C. Denton,
bac boon continued from Not ember
29th to January 19th on motion ot
tho public defender, who has charge
ot her defense. Tho order was mado
by Judge C. F. Crall, sitting tor
Judgo Willis In tho criminal division
ot tbo superior court hero.
WEED, Nov. 18. noports of
gambling, bootlegging and moon
shining In Shastlna, a suburb ot
Weed, bavo been mado to the Sis
kiyou county grand Jury. Numerous
citizens ot that place have been sub
poenaed to como to Yroka to testify
as to conditions. No Indictments have
as yet been returned.
SACnAJIENTO, Nov. 18. Robert
Cbcnowoth Monday bena a legal bat
tle In Suporlor Judge Malcom C.
0 Icon's court tor his life. Ho Is
charged with tho murder ot Jack
Woods, who died following a duel
In front ot tho Woods home at 1311
O. stroet last Juno, in which both
men wero shot.
FRESNO, Nov. IS. Tho safe In
tho postotflco at Mlnturn, ono of tho
old mining camps In Madera coun
ty, was blown open Sunday morning
and stamps, monoy orders and can
colled checks to tho amount of $1500
socured. This was roported to the
police hero. Sheriff Darnott ot Ma
dera county organized a posse and
scoured tbo hills traces ot tbo rob
SACRAMENTO, Nor. 18. All
records pertaining to charge ac
counts insurance papers and other
store documents which wero bel(oved
to have perished In tho fire that ro-
duccd tho Charles P. Nathan com
pany building to a mined shell bavo
been found Intact, according to a
statement made by Mitchell Nathan.
CHICO, Nor. 18. Because he was
not permitted to pay for billiard
games with pennies, Manuel Costa
Jabbed Albert Santos In tho oye with
a cue Saturday night.
( Costa persisted In paying for bis
games In coppers, and when told by
Santos that only sliver would be ac
cepted, be lost his temper. This is
according to tbe police.
CHICO. Nor. 18. Dan Cupid is
Just as good on long distance shots
as he Is on close-ups.
He aimed true in tbo romance ot
Miss Louella Moorman, 62, and a
resident ot Toledo, Ohio, and Noah
Archer, G7, and a rancher of Chlco
SACRAMENTO, Nor. IS. Saving
the lives ot babies In, Sacramento Is
ono of the Impelling motives behind
tho fourth annual Red Cross Roll Call
In this city, November 18 to 22, ac
cording to Mrs. Robert T. Devlin',
chairman ot tho department ot pub
lic health ot tho local r Red Cross
WOODLAND. N6V. 18, state Sd'
perlntendent Will C. Wood will bo
one of tho principal sp6'akers at tho
Yolo county teachers' Institute which
will convene in this city next Monday
nnd bo in session throo days,
WILLOWS, Nor. 18. A cub bear
crtNtfht.by tho omployes of tho Rapor
ranch has boon added to tho collec
tion of purobrod .stock at that place.
Tho bou'r was discovered waddling
along the Qlonn road nonr tho Oroon
oamp nnd making Its way toward Wil
lows. It cllmhed a polo when pursued
by a dog, and' upon being stonod by
rice Hold workers It made a break
for a culvert and attempted to crawl
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Cor. ot 6th, next to Perkins Fur
niture store, ono block from Main
St. Hamel Apts, Apt. 1, Upstair.
The price given by hnlr dreujers
for women's hair has Increased enoN
mously during the last 12 months.
While some women In America and
Britain tell their hair, the real tradd
In this commodity Is done In Con
tinental countries. Pasant Rlrls lit
France, Belgium nnd Italy sell their
hair at regular porlods to dealers.
This hair Is mostly of tho fair and
black variety, while most goldon hair
Is obtained from Scandinavia.
A California woman has n hnmn
that Is a veritable "House ot Hearts."
Tho tables, chairs, etc., In fact, nil
tho furniture of the necullar linimn. In
heart-shaped. The beds have heart
shaped headboards supported on both
ald,ea by bedposts carved to represent
wupiu a arrows.