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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1920)
mtnAY, NOVKMHKIl 2fl, 1020.
OAHTKIjIiA 18 WKT
CABTKMjA, Cnl., Nor. 2C This
district ha not suffered for the vrnnl
at rain during tho past month.
Record hero show Hint 20 Inches
of rjiln ha fallen liclwvon Novom-
WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter tho Herald will publlih
tho mean nnd minimum tomporn-
turva nnd prcctpltntton record as tnk-l
lior 10th nnd :zil
Tho precipitation between Scptcm-i br tho U B' M,ton "",
r 23d nnd Noember 22d hns been ' Nation. Publication will coror thai
day previous to tho paper a Issue, up
to 5 o'clock of that day.
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
It Isn't vanity which caues you 'Nor. 1.
to linro your photograph mndo, but Nor. 2 ....
a slncero desire to Tlsuallto your,NT-3
ronl colt for tho pleasure It wlli,S0V' V
. Nor. 6 ....
give your trlrmli nnd loved ones. .... .
Photographs mndo nt Uridine' j-ov .
Rlnillo are nrtlstlc achievements, jfov! 8
tho sort of pictures that will bo np- Nor. 9
predated by friends, nnd proro Nor. 10.....
priceless treasures In years to come. Nor. 11....
ce cnrpiti effNov. 14
' jmt mz.m.i ya N0r. ir,
This coupon and $5.00 entitles
tho boarer to a trial ordor of two
of our special Sllrertono Finish
Photograph, site 8x10, sold res
ularly at (40 per doxen, tor Flvo
Nor. 1 7 ....
F I Photographs
I of Style,
XOUTH DAKOTA IIAXKS
CIOSKD, LACK OK lOSKIlVKri
FAItaO, N. D., Nor. 26. Two
moro North Dakota banks were clos
ed today as tho result of depicted
rcserres. brining to 15 tho total num
ber of banks closed for similar rea
sons In the past two weeks.
Dick Is now In shape and will
meet all comers big or little. See 201
6th corner Klamath Ave. 24-2
Young steer beef by tho pleco or
quarter from 13 cents to IS cents
per pound delivered. Call 253-J
Having bought the
moving outfit of True &
Failing, we are now
prepared to move
houses or other heavy
Washburn & Houston
. Phone 286-R
Our stock of windshield glass is complete.
WcTfpjut them in while you wait.
For quick service in glass work, call us up.
Window glass in all sizes constantly on
Lakeside Lumber Co.
Remarkable. Values Throughout the Entire Store
Women's Coats, Suits and Dresses Reduced
25 Per Cent
- Seldom if ever have you had such a splendid opportunity
to purchase such finely finished nnd fashionable garments at
such low prices. The assortment is so varied and extensive
that you are sure to find several models from which no doubt
you'll have no difficulty to decide.
Prices range from $16.50 to $55.00.
Tempting values in
Collars, Handkerchiefs, Veils, Etc.
Prepare for Christmas needs from these
Wiimrii' Initial llanilkrrtlilrf
nil llnrn. at SOc
Mru'ft Initial HiinilLrrrlilrN,
nil llnrn, nt ."UK-.
Children' Intlal Handkrr
clilrf., line nil Ion; ! In it txit,
IjidlcV Pine All Unrn Hand
krrrhlrN, 2.V. :UV, ,W. 7.V-.
Hand Ktnbroldrrttl lUmlkrr
rlilrN at 3.V. Mtc, 7.V-, t,IM).
FOREST MII.I.S 1'NDKIt-
Ladle' ami fiillilrrn'a lilli
grade undrrwisw, one of ttie
Utit make; rotton, wixl' and
Iadir Underwear from f'J.1.1
Clillilrrn' l'nilrrir frmn
91.7.1 to IU.OO.
lairr Vraln-M and Collar at
A fine .ho Ainu f prrlty
tww with fanry trliiiinliiK.
Vnr Yrttlng nltli ndlnr to
limlclt; made from rrrmo nrt
and Irlli lnl Inrf.
Many new' trtlng, lrn by
the )anl; ttlillo nnd crram.
riiiiiiirlng nnd wide Ucr;
many new ilrlgiu Ju.t rrrrlv
nl for rrnlnt: wrnrt ller
Cold nnd allk rmlirtildrr
nl. 'K1 Hwirt HiHift for Women,
nt jsu.im) tt.tM).
The mint fa.lilonahlr and
wanliil liooe for winter wear,
Ixttli plain mid drop lllrli
uikiI lutf wild rrliifoirtil hrrl
ami tiM. All ir In Krrrn
and brown heuther Tttlilurr.
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There can be no more welcome gift
this Christmas than a pair of pretty Plaid
Wool Blankets. We have just received sev
eral cases at new reduced prices that we
have passed over to our customers at the
very smallest margin possible.
Colors Blue, Pink, Yellow Plaids,
Plain White, Tan and Greys.
Prices $6.75 to $25.00.
All wool, full size Indian robes, made
in beautiful color combinations and pat
terns. Prices $10.00 to $15.00.
for ladies and men, in many pretty patterns
Special price, $6.75.
BATH ROBE BLANKETS
With cord set to match. Made large size
Fifty pieces of plain and fancy plaid
hair bow ribbon on sale Saturday morning
H. N. MOE, Prop.
flowing at tfte.
Dublin Stirred by
Arrest of Sinn
(Ily Associated Tress)
DI'IJMN, Nov. 26. Arthur Grif
fith, founder of tho Sinn Fein, Pro
fessor John McNeill, ninn Koln mom
bor or parliament, tOKether with u
number or others, Including Mc
Neill's son. worn arrosted hero today
by tho auxiliary police.
j maiuiiu.ni irum iuuiiu tumiu
said that Griffith was In bed when
arrosted and wag taken away In a
motor lorry. Ho suld a larKo quan
tity of literature was taken from
The arrest croated a great sensa
tion among tho Dublin population.
The tale that has thrilled the world.
A Roaring Romance for Boys and t
Girls from Nine to Ninety.
Played by a perfect cast, including SHIRLEY
MASON and I.ON CHANKY, the man whose marvelous
acting was ono of tho sensations of tho "Miraclo Man."
8AI.AHY I'AID WIIII.K
AND TKI.KOKAPII CO. 2C30
Matters of special Importance will
claim the attention of our local
union on Monday night, November
29. Among them will bo the nomina
tion of a. Financial Secretary to suc
ceed W, F. Kay resigned, and other
officers for tho ensuing term. There
are other matters of equal Import
ance to bo taken up nt this time.
Therefore, you are hereby notified
to bo In attedanco at this meeting
which will bo held In the Labor
council hall, Sixth and Main streets
at 8 p. m. sharp. UMNO YOUIt
MEMBERSHIP CARD WITH YOU,
Do not let anything prevent your be
WARRY W. CALL,
20-29 General Organizer.
LOST Wednesday morning on way
from Houthorn Pacific depot lllun
dunnugu hag containing pupurs and
book. Return to Evening lUrald of
fice und receive reward. 26
FOR HALE Small house and two
lots lOOxlCO on corner, splendidly
located In Iluenu Vista add., would
build Or trade to suit Iiurchnmir.
Terms. A. It. care Herald office
WANTED Nursing, caro of invalid
or sowing. Phono 12 F 14.
ACCOUNTING AND I100KKEEP
Ing work wanted. It you Ifuvo al
lowed your accounting system to be
come tunglcd or want It brought up
10 uaie or ir you want your hooks ef
ficiently kept so that you know ox-
actly how your business stands pro-
paraiory 10 maxing your income tax
roturn, I will attend to It for you nnv
evenings you wish. It costs nothing
for you to let mo look your system
over. Addross A, I), A. caro Evonlng
Ono of the most fumous example
of official oversight occurred In
connection with Drury Ijiihi thcutre,
whore for nearly two centuries sol
dier stood on guard outsldo dur-
ing each performance Many thought
the guard was them In recoxnllloa
of Drury l,aua n a thoatrn roysl.
but the rral fact was that It
there originally by George II to pre
vent a threatened riot The order t'
Ing rontermanilnd, the guard was roO'
tlnued until 1894 .
"Alwayi the Beit for the Liberty Gueit"
' W VOOhK Owner HOGEIt II. TOIIIIKY, Musical Director
DUSTIN FARNUM IN
"DURAND OF THE BAD LANDS"
A Western Thriller that brings the West to
, The J Winsome Viola Dana in
"THE LAW OF THE YUKON"
Based on the Poem by Robert W. Service.