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THE EVENING HERALD; KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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armament, naval and military.-Lloyd
Ooorgo recently admitted that Kng
land it vigorously experimenting
with chemical warfaro wciinons.
no saiu in ono of tho countries not
members of tho league poison gnn
experiments aru bolng prosecuted.
Ho failed to nnmu the country.
Poison gas nvtrthods nro Inhibited
In an nrticlo of tho treaty of Vor.
alltrw. Nevertheless. Ureal llrlmin
It overlooking no advantage In thatl
I The power arts adding to their
natlee, ocean and nlr. Kach power
carries tno olive branch In ono hand,
the sword In tho other.
And tho aword It In tho right hand.
A a league lo promote pence tho
organisation meeting at (lenova
t)m nnt nmnlnntnnt i,t lhiiintaHi
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it really J a huge nlllnnco to nro- street
verve world condition as ther nre.
following tho territorial and geo
graphical changcf wrought by the
Out ot It alt stand pre-eminent
tho lesson for the United States of
preparedness, safety flnt and Americanism.
' c. ore. DRIVE
In order that everyone In Klniimth
Kails mny bo given a cordlnl welcome
Into the Klamalh county chamber of
commerce, tun organisation commit
lc Is being formed. The Klnmalh
Kails organisation to bo headed by
two captains och to havo chnrcn or
n nusines district.
Arthur U. WJIson of tho Wilson
Abstract company has been ninmliitn.l
captain of tho north aldo of Main
He will appoint and nnmo his
T. l.ce, and K. It.
chamber of commerco, preparo now
to accept tho Invitation which will
como to you within n very fow days.
'"A city known by the cham
ber of commorco It keeps' Is tho slo
gan that should bo supplied to Kin
math Kails," say tho organisation
committee, "Lot us make It n thousand."
t'Alt WOULDN'T HTOP,
HO UK HTOI'I'KI) IT
TOi.rcno. Nov. 30. A street car
wouldn't stop for him so 0. H
Comto stoppod It himself by pulling
uio trolley off the wlro. lln wim
Bare 30 on men's suit and
overcoats this week at K. K. K.
TOR OLIVK IlANCtl IN ONE
HAND, SWOltD IX TIOJ OTHKH
The conclave ot ths present league
ot nations assembly and council at
Geneva boa hinted that nothing
'would suit It better than to have tbe
United States help -compose the
bloody strife In Armenia.
At the same Umo the European
diplomats are trying to lure this
country Into1 the Anglo-French Al
liance, which is the alliance within
the broader alliance of the league.
but doilgned solely tor the three
powers, England .France and tbe
Donar Law recently sold In the
houso ot commons that England
would not enter the pact If this na
tion refuted to do so.
The proposed alliance then Is off.
for tbe American people have over
whelmingly voted for the Washing
In the Newspapers
The Siskiyou News has revived
hopes that the Modoc Northern rail
way Is again In the near offing. Tho
Reports aro current to the ef
fect that the Ferntey (Nevada)
and Lassen branch of the South
ern Pacific Is to be extended
from Its present terminal near
Westwood to Klamath Falls.
Work thereon to start In 1921.
The proposed route Is through
western Modoc and Laiten coun
ties, and the distance Is about
Construction of this lino was
financed prior to the war, but
tho project was dropped with tbe
opening ot tbe conflict.
The Herald has always predicted
that when the railway building pro
gram, checked by tbe war and gov
ernment control of the roads, gets
underway again that the Modoc
Northern will be one ot tbe tint ex
tensions built. It Is wellknown con
struction material Is on tbe ground
These men nro planning on doing
some real work and to so.) that every
one Is given an opportunity to Join
tho chamber ot commorco this year The llopl Indians of tho south-
It you are not n member of the! west nro sun worshiper
Short Circuit Is
Cause of Blaze-
A short circuit on ton of ( utwnr
lino stnrted a flro this morning on
south Hlxth street and n Mr- alarm
wiui turned In. Tho flro il is .incut
responded promptly nnd extinguished
tho blnso buforo It reached any far
ther than tho polo It wn huriiliiir
from. Tho lililo blnsn could tin amm
several block around.
nixjiaiiH waii o.v
Plain sewing and
H04 Worden Ave.
DK8 MOINKtl, Nov. 30. Kvmi
election Interest had to tako n Lack
sent at tho stato houso when Hid
cockroaches that hnvo Infested tho
building for tome limn became so
numerous that they threatened ti
walk off with the archives. War b,is
You'll find last what you want far
bit Xnuui at CK. K. Htore, 39-5
ton policy of keeping out of en-for . ..art from tho Lassen county
tangling European alliances. eni 0( tQe ne.
Whllo the league Is In session j Qno of theso day the common
tbe powers are exerting themselves -, wl) awa,0 t0 find reality taking
more severely than ever to pile up pjaee 0f tne constantly recurring ru
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u !VI r-Jld ,13.' . f . t
f Jsjonr, aed full of dry-wood?
Indjcojiipos aVeMthat there will be a scarcity of fnel before
springy ,j ,
At pcsept vrejiave a fair stock of dry slab and block wood
at reasonable prices'.'
Orders are being delivered promptly.
Phone' In your order.
O. Peyton & Co.
WOOD TO BURN"
419 Main St.
Howard Held for
Grand Jury Action
James Howard vras bound over to
the federal grand Jury late yenter'day
at the close of, si hearing before Ilert
C. Thomas. United States commls
stoner, on a charge of having liquor
la hit possession. Bend was fixed at
According to the testimony Howard
had a Thanksgiving party In his
room at the Washington rooming
bouse, which was a glorious celebra
tion until tbe entrance of Patrolmen
Wynn and Harnett Interrupted the
festivities. Tho officers gathered In
Howard and a five gallon keg ot
One ot tho hotel staff testified that
the attendance at the part was large.
I Men flowed In and out of tho room
I nil morning, she said, and created
such confusion that she was glad
, when tho officers came and removed
the center of nttractlon.
In tbe Circuit Court of the fitn nf nromn . v ... ... which has a branch
J. B. Ilolduc. Plaintiff ""'" ,"u"1"
SUMMONS IN FOIIKCLOMUIIK OF DELINQUENT TAX critTIKICATF1 n 8BATT'-B' Wah' ?v- 3 -The
......ivun.ii A.I.Y u.itui'it.Ali'. Prosbyterinn board of homo miss lorn I
. -, . .
, here, has been advised that tho ho-
v. ipital equipment it sent to Alaska
William O'Shea, City of Klamath Falls, nromn n ..ni,in.i ... i has been delivered at I'olnt Harrow
and any other person or persons who may have any rleht tin' Tho equipment Included lumber for
-..., . --.. w.i . . ,lvli ur ciuiui upon 1.01 7 in UIOClC 39, Hot ,no nospnai uiiiiuings, modern op-
vm, )S5x Cl,y of Klama,l '". defendants. I eratlng npparatus nnd ono of tho
in n, ni,i ?.? S.elLBn!l JU otner of thv abovo named defendants largest furnaces over tnkon to Alaska.
In tho name .of Jh, , Bloto of Oregon ,.,. , Tho .equipment was taken north
. . T, e horeby no'lfled that J 8. Bolduc. tho ho der of Certificate on tho little nower schooner Olca
ot delinquency numbered 1183, Issued on tho 25th dav of Juiv ia"n iX . V. . , , . fc"ooner yIRa
tho Tax Collector of tbe County of Klamath, State of Oregon tn'thlUVOlnXn"lA
umount of twenty-elgbt and OC-100 Dollar, the same beln the amount !"" ?' uM f0" hwar. ,ho fo'
then due and delinquent for taxes for the year 1913. together with .J?w'nK da- Sovcnty-slx natives wore
penalty, interest nnd costs thorcon upon tho real property assetseil to . UC1 t0 unloa(1 tho hospital ship-
wU, u. nu..i u,j uiu iuo uwnur as appears or record, situated In eald "111 " iuminti in
County and State, nnd particularly bounded and described as follows (seven hours.
t0-w": l Captain Alexander Allan, who was
..''". B0Te".1." ,n "locKr.Thlrty-nlno (39) In Hot Springs Addition. accompanied on tho trip by his wife.
10 mo v-uy or iunmnin rails, Oregon. reported ho speeded up tho unloading
n,n,r!f ?!? iUJi " not fled ,nat Bafa J- 8- UoI(luc has paid taxes on said of tho boat because ho did not want
amount? as folio w-' Hliha'i(iueal year"' wUh the rate ot lntere" " "'J, to bo caught in tho arctic sea. Tho
Ynnr'n Tnr n'i. Pni, irK., n-.n w- - . ( Ice this year, ho said formed along
ia58..TaX j'V" Tlx ",C? ',N0- A.Bn' nnt0,.n'' the Siberian coast instead of tho
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,i'0,'"""""""",, i The OJga Is now enrouto to Seat-
l!9o!!""""."!"l2 ll'e ,or 'he winter. Captain Allan left
iuu vessui ui iiuniH uuu arrivuu ncro
on a passenger steamer.
1914 . July 21.' 1920
1915 ..... July 21.-1920...T.
1910 . July 21, 1920..
1917 July 21, 1929 7468 18.72 12
1918 July 21, 1920 7523 16.00 12
1919 j.,.. July 21, 1920 ,4483 .-... 15.85 12
oam wiiiiam u oneaj as me.ownqr or tho legal title of the above 20 less this week on men's suits
described property ub tbe same appears of record, and each of tho other and overcoats, dress shirts and shoo
'" "' "" "" 'u uunucu iuui w. a. uuiuuc win apply lO"n V if if ulnra 9Q r.
cloeing the Hen against tho property above described and mentioned In I
aid certificate. And you are horeby summoned to appear within sixty i ANTI-FLY DIUVK
days aftor tho first publication of this summons, exclusive of the day ot
told first publication, and defend this action or pay tho amount due as
above shown .together with cost3 and accrued Interest, and In case of your
failure to do. so a decree will be rendered foreclosing tbe lien ot sal4
taxes and costs against tho land and premises above named.
This Summons Is published onco a'woek for six (6) week by oroVaT
ot tbe Honorable D. V. Kuykondall, Judge ot tho CI remit Court of Ux
State ot Oregon for the County ot Klamath and the said order was ma&
and dated the 21st day of October, 1920, and tbe date of the first pun
Ucatlon of this Summons Is tho 26th day ot October, 1920,
All process and papers in this proceeding may be served upon tho
undersigned resldlne within the Stato of Oregon, at the address hereafter
W, C. VAN EMON nnd AUQUSTIN DONOVAN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Address: 209-10 WUllts Bldg., Klamath Falls, Ore. 26-2-9-16-23-30
MAKKH II EK ILL
EVANSVILLK. Jnd., Nov, 30.-
Mrs, Charles Reddlng's attompt to
"swat" tho fly, brought her to tho
aospltaal here, Mrs. Redding Is a
domestic science teacher. She scat
tered poison to kill flics In her class
room. Physicians think her Miners
came wncn sno innaica tno powuore i
20 less this woek on men's suits
and overcoats, dross shirts and shoos
at K. K. K. store. 29-5
Many lines litted here should appeal to everyone, for they
are always used more or less, and the savings are immense.
Many other special reduced prices not listed here may be
THE WOMEN'S FASHION CENTER
FANCY 36-IN. SILK ALINE
Many choice patterns to select
from; used extensively for
comfort coverings and drape
ries; formerly sold for 50c. t
PLEACHED MUSLIN, 36-IN.
A fine, soft muslin that former
ly sold for 45c yard.
FANCY BATH TOWELS
A good size, in pretty patterns
for holiday gifts.
An excellent quality bleached
Damask, 70 inches wide. This
grade formerly sold for $1.75
HEMMED HUCK TOWELS
A soft, absorbent towel, 18 x
36, with red border, formerly
sold for 35c
A fine, heavy, soft Ap blanket,
in very pretty color combina
tion. These blankets formerly
sold for $12.50.
WHITE AND GREY OUT
Used for young children's
wear, comfort coverings, etc.
This grade formerly sold for
COATS AND SUITS
All of our Coats and Suits now
greatly reduced. Our regular
price on coats ranges from
$29.75 TO $75.00
Suits range from
$35.00 TO $79.50
l3 OFF NOW
ALL SATIN DRESSES
A choice selection of Satin
Charmeuse Costumes that will
appeal to you. Regular prices
$32.50 TO $59.50
ALL NOW l3 OFF
REDUCED PRICES IN
Women's 75c Lisle Hose, 50 C
Women's $1 Lisle Hose, 75 C
Women's $1.25 Rib Top
Lisle Hose $1.00
Women's $2.00 Pure
SHk Hose $1.50
Women's $2.75 Pure
Silk Hose .,.. , $2.00