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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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TIIUIWDAV, PFXHIMIIKH 1(1, 1020.
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Our Next Three -Day
Special Will Be On
Oh Friday, Saturday and Monday we will tell a spe
cial lot of Ladies' Coats at
Bought in a great Special Purchase by pur New York
buyer on the new lower-price basis makerd accord
ingly! Extraordinarily smart styles, many richly fur
trimmed. Every model handsomely lined throughout.
Klamath's Finest Ladies' Ready-to-Wemr
j CALIFORNIA NEWS
ACUAMimTO, Dec 1 , Al
though It baa remained dead Issu
Uc th early !( of the lata
wv, the teaching of German la the
aublle schools of California raajr t
revived aoon by an official orde? of
Ik state board of education. Tba
commissioner of aduoatlon war Mi
nd to investigate tba feasibility of tba
Ian and report to tba board at It
ACRAMHNTO, Dm. II. About
71 Houtbarn J'aclfle abop worker
bar bean dlicbaricd for taking two
hour off election day November 2,
to Tote and falling to do ao, accord
ing to W, 8. Watklna, superintend
at of abopa.
RACKAUKNTO, Dec. IS. Wheth-
bo barred from Oregon becaueo of
tbe potato tuber moth will bo do
elded at a bearing announced for
yesterday at Salem, tbo Oregon cap
llol. ltprn(atlvM of lata atato
wera William H. Caserle, proaldent
of tba .California wholesale potato
dealer' association; L. J Walabaar of
tk alata atoadardlaatlon service) and
Lee Strong, chief deputy .uarallne
officer. Tbla delegation was) chaaea
at ,a maatlng at tba potato daalera'
association la Baa Vraadaca tbla
(illABR VAU.KT. Dec. IS. Moat
of tba pennna taking tba paatenr
treatment for rablr. aa tba result
of a rabid dog runnlag wild kern
tbree weeka ago, completed the
treatments. All contlnae In tbelr car
nal atate of bcattb.
UAIIYHVIM.K, Dec. 16. Ira M
Cor tbe loea of 1200 worth of furs
and other articles, taken from tbe
baaement of her honve at Fifth and
hold at tlio Cathedral of the WcHsod
Bncrnmont nl 1 Oo'clock Uov Father
Murphy offering up a solemn requiem
til Kit inns nnd reading the nlmplo
HAN KUANCIBCO, Dec. 16. -A
$200,000 guarantee fund to flnanco
shipment of urplu California cattlo
to outnldo market van proponed at
tlio California cattleman' annotation
convention by President Fred II.
lllxby ax a mean of proventlng log
through glutting market In tho
xtato. The fund waa to bo railed, ho
Raid, on noted of Individual mem
1,08 ANOIXKS, Dec. 16. A pecd
offlcqf wan indicted here for per
jury, tho Rpeclflc charga being that ho
ffwora In court a motorlit had ex
ceeded the pced limit, when he
I. Ilert Wayno, of Vonlco , was tho
ferondant. Tbo charge against blm
waa that be recently worn that a lo
cal man had driven at 30 mile an
hour when tho 'speed trap" record)
clearly howcd that he had traveled
at 1cm than 2C.
SACRAMENTO, Doc. 16. Twenty-
four now Irrigation districts wfcrn
formod In California during tbe pisl
two year, bringing tho total number
of dlitrlcta In tho state to 68. Tbe
bonded Indebtedness of tho district
totalf $36,004,021 and tho acreage
covered aggregates 2,S0G,783 acree.
COI.FAX. Doc. 16. A. J. Engen-
hoff of Oakland, who was In Col
fax recently on bla return from For
est Hill aaya that a company with
which he la connected will probably
establish a plant for extracting oil
from pine needles In tbe old mining
Civil Service Id
Hold Exams. Here
The United States civil eerrlM com
mission announces that an open com
petitive examination will be held In
this city on February C, 1921. to
eecure eligible from which to make
certification to fill vacancies In first
grade, or clerical position. In the
federal classified service, at salaries
ranging from, $900 to $1400 per an
num, and future vacanclea requiring
qualification, at this or
III be flll-
WIM.OW8, Dec. 1. I-and own
era of tba Glenn-Colas Irrigation dls
trlat at a meeting here petitioned i.iii..
the board of director ( defer all j,irh.r ir ulariea.
proposed coaatmcUoa work until i ,ro ,.. M.mintlon
sue, a time aa the cost of labor and BotB mtn Bnd WOmen, If qualified,
material la reduced. Tk petition' . .,.. tBl. examination, but ap-
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pom i to r general aaaettiM too
dlUoaa fraaaaUily. and reattaa that
further work aX this ! fa tmadf is-
(From Tho Oregon Voter) itrado and tho development of Indus-
The manufacturing of boxes Is cvltry generally, bettor containers oro
sontlally a secondary wood-working 'a prlmo essential, and the dovolop
Industry and will bo treated as a partlmont and growth of tho northwest
of tho secondary wood-working ln-'orn wooden box Industry Is closely
dustrles In a later article In tho'llnkcd with the development of tho
northwest, however, It Is so closely proper uso of containers,
related to the lumber Industry and Tbo box Industry has many prob
Is becoming such an Important ad- terns of Its own. In tho west It is to
juncl that it Is worthy of consider- n certain extent an infant industry.
It ,i, however, a homo tndustry nnd
ono that I worthy of nil of tho en
couragement and freedom from ban-
Ion by Itself.
Jlox manufacturing developed In
tho notrhwest primarily to supply tho
local needs or northwestern frult'dlcaps that can bo properly given to
grower and tho salmon cannors.llt by tho community. Us growth nnd
but It hn for somo tlmo outgrown (cxtonslon should follow the growth
tho local field and moro and more
the Industry Is markotlng Its pro
ducts, not only In tho eastern United
State, but abroad.
Thcro aro located In tho north
western states approximately 140
box factories. These aro In' many
Instances operated In connection with
a sawmill as a department of tho lum
ber manufacturing business, but a
largo number of tbom aro run Inde
pendently of any sawmill operation.
They havo a combined capacity of
and deevlopment of tho lumber In
dustry Itself. If will nlford a con
siderable market for tbe lumbor
manufacturer's product ns well as
give to tho' northwest a real Indus
trial development, provided always,
of courso, that tho economic condi
tions surrounding It do not become
too adverso and provldod it Is per
mitted to develop wlthoat unreason
able handicaps. It :a a logical Indus
try for the region to develop, with
tho raw nvijcrlnl ready at band and
holwoon 3.B0O.000 and 4.000.000 feflt.tho USO of products shipped In WOOd-
nf hnr tinnU Mull, nr ttin annlvn.'cn bOXC Is In Itself OQ enCOUragrf-
of box shook dally, or tho equiva
lent, It mannfaetured Into apple box
es, of about 750,000 boxes per day.
Tho Industry now employs about
2000 men, and the total value of Its
output la between 10 and IS million
dollars annually, so that It has al
ready reached proportions that en
tltto It to consideration as an Im
It supplies tbe northwest fruit
growing regions with all of their ap
ple, peach and pear boxea. aa well as I HELENA, Mont., Dec 16. Mon-
tbe container for soft and dried tana'a new boxing bin, adopted by tbe.
frnlU of all kinds. It also suppllea Totera of tbe state at tbo November
tbe salmon case for tbe salmon letloni and proclaimed a law, per-
packers of the region and In addl-fmlt boxing matches In any county
tlon ships to the eastern states and In which a commission nas been ap-
to the Orient larre Quantities of box. pointed, .appointment Iros m tho
raent of homp industry.
A. W. COOPBTt,
S10 Ycon Building,
IS Round Bouts
New Boxing Bill
shook for moat eases, cannery case.
egg crates, general merchandise crat
ed, oil cases, etc. It suppllea tbo Ha
waiian Islands to a largo extent with
pineapple boxes and may be said to
bo approaching the stage where Its
markot is world-wide.
It comes into competition In tbe
district judge or judges of tbe judi
cial district In which the county lies.
There Is no state boxing commission.
Any boxing club after securing a
license from tbe commissioners, may
hold bout not to exceed 16 rounds
and tbo law provides that partici
pant In matches mast submit to
BACHAJ4HNTO. Dec. IS. Jowjh
artlfleatlon of eligible.
For examination and application
blank, form 1371, apply to the local
secretary, board of civil service ex
it. ICrebeck. wbo claimed tba title amJnera, ot tbe postotflce. this city,
of the champlo! fat, man of tba or to tDe accretary. eleventh U. S.
world, and who was known to tnoa-cTij icrvlce district, 303 postofflce
aaoda of alreu goer as "8acrruonto't,uidlng, Seattle, Washington.
Joe," waa bom to kls last resting i
place In St. Joseph's Catholic rcrno-l Krnits and auts. Dipped la choco-
polatlng officer have the legal (0ther handicaps of -the northwest
rlfkt to specify the aex In requesting. trn lumber Industry and In addition.
eastern markets with box abooka! medical examination Derore entering
from all of the lumber producing rcg-1 tbe ring and use glove weighing
Ions of the country and face the' over six ounces. Fighter who bar
same intensive competitive eonai-iown carrot a oiutr iuu v
tlons aa does lumber from tbe north- box In Montana under lb new MIL
west. It la affected alo by tho same ,Defor a lleenee eaa be secured eaea
difficulties of transportation and Ibo.clnb must deposit a bond of $500
er or not California potatoes are to Ilradley haa reported to Sheriff Mc-tery Sunduy. Funeral services were Wt. t tkesa at The Blue Bird 6tf
A Few Suggestions
Buy Useful Christmas Gifts
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It mustmeet tbe competition of the
fibre bor, which haa everywhere
made serious Inroads Into the mar
kets ot tbe wooden 'box.
Tbe wooden box manufacturer
concedes the value and usefulness of
the fibre container for many pur
poses, but It Is considered very un
fortunate that tho fibre container has
entered into uses other than those
for which It Is- best fitted. American
manufacturers of all kinds have of
tentimes been accused ot laxness In
'their methods of packing tholr pro-
ducts, nnd It Is believed that tho uso
X or the fibre container Is In some In
pittances, nt least, an evldenco ot this.
V With tho growth of our forolgn
with th eounty treasurer to Inaare
payment to the atate of SO. per cent
of tbe et returns, to go to a atate
fund for building and a&Inteaanco
of a state home for disabled soldlers
and sailors of tbe world war.
Tbe Viscountess Rbondda, tbe ac
tive manager ot several of tbe larg
est corporations In the United King
dora, has decided to test tbe question
ot her right as a peeress to a seat
in the house ot lords. At the tlmo
of her succession to the title two
years ago the question was raised,
but sho did not press her claim.
Now sho has sent a petition to the
king, asking thnt a writ be Issuod
summoning her to tho house ot
FOH THE LADIES FOR THE FAMILY FOR THE MEN
1. A pair of our High Grade We carry a complete line 1. A serviceable pair of
Shoes. of Staple and Fancy Grocer- Shoes.
..., Ci . ; . 2. A pair of Hose that will
2. A pair of House Slippers es.
for comfort. A fresh stock of Xmas . -CI. . .
. , -.,..! j i 3. A pair of Slippers to rest
3. A pair of Phoenix Hose, Candies, Nuts and other feet arjer a day8
' that satisfy. . good eats for Xmas dinner. work.
We Carry a Complete Line of Work Shoes
Our Motto is, Quality and Low Price '
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GOOD FOR NOTHING SPACE
Can Be Made Useful and Attractive
There's a, room in your .home you have
never been in. It is the attic.' - It isn't a room
Amiwud wall board, either plain or
veneered, will transform this attic into a
neat, comfortable and convenient winter
play room for tlie kiddies.
Give the Children a Room of Their Own
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You, yourself can do the work during,
spare hours. A few dollars will coyer the :
Make the Attic Good for Something.
Big Basin Lumber Cempany:
Exclusive Representatives of the National)
Builders Bureau ,
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