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FRIDAY, MAY , 1021
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
bora ot tho various granges of tho
country, upon a resolution adopted n
fow days ago by tho Grand Pralrlo
grange which Is composed ot farm
ers residing oust of this city.
flii.uM. xrnv n. W. J. Slnnott
nnd W, C. Unwloy. ropresontatlveo In
cqngrcas rrom Oregon, nnvo wriucu
Governor Olcott Umt thoy r co-op-ornto
with tho California delegation
to tho end that legislation mny bo en
acted protecting tho peoplo of tho
United 8tnt08 against JapaneBO Immi
gration. HOOD RIVER. Mn'y G. llecent
cool weather has retarded tho blooms
ot strawberries, and Indications were
thnt no commercial shipments ot ber
ries would bo mado boforo about tho
first week In Juno. Cnrlot shipments
of tho berries probably will not be
gin to roll from horo boforo about
ix.- .... trunMI tn (Thins.
All WIO wujr nuii. . .- -----
to bo married. That's what Miss Olo
Hawkins of Amity, Kos., will do aft
er sho l graduated Xrom Kansas
Wcslcyan University In June. Her
(lance. "Warren S. Dudley, a mis
sionary. Is In Chcngklng, China.
I OREGON BREVITIES I
HOOD RIVER, May 6. When lo
cal folk learned that a heavy explo
sion Saturday night resulted when
a powder magazlno of tho Kern Con
struction company at Moslor blow
up. It brought rollof to some who
had received reports that Mt. Hood
was seen smoking.
ALBANY, May 0. Monslgnor Ar
thur Lane, rector of tho Albany par
ish ot tho Roman Catholic church,
who, as tho representative of Arch
bishop Chrlstlo of Portland, will car
X7 tho report of tho arch-dloceso to
Rome, will leave on that mission
soon. Uo will sail from New York for
Havre on tho steamship Rochambeau
ASTORIA. May 6. Tho spring
fishing soason on tho Columbia river
opened at G o'clock Monday, tho op
cnlng bolng dclncd six hours bo
causo the first day of tho season fell
SALEM. May G. Tho loganberry
crop of the Salem district for tho
year 1921 will averago approximate
ly two tons to the acre, according -to
estimates of tho growers In annual
.session here. This season's yield, It
was said, will be somewhat lighter
than that ot last year.
MEDFORD, May 6. Tho Gold
RIdgo Mining company In tho Knnes
creek mining district about 10 miles
from Medford Is rushing develop
ment and within tho past week an
oro sbuto In which the vein of from
2 V, to 3 ,4 feet In width has boen cut
400 feet below tho surface and Is
producing values estimated at from
10 to $8 to' tho pan.
ALBANY. May G. Flrobrcaklng
out In tho roof of tho building hero
caused tho destruction of tho Albany
Creamery association's plant. Tho
wot-Ion building was burned to tho
ground, tho loss being estimated at
120,000, with but $9000 Insurance.
ASTORIA, May G. Another re
duction In tho price of milk delivered
to residents of Astoria was announc
ed by soveral members of tho Astoria
Rotull Milk Dealers' association. Tho
now prices from tho dealers who met
this ovonlng will bo 12 cents a quart
If paid In advanco and 13 cents per
quart If paid the last ot tho month.
PORTLAND, May G. Roses nnd
othor flowero will bo displayed at tho
coming Roso Show In a riot of beau
ty that has not been equaled In tho
history of the Roso Festival, accord
ing to the plans announced by C. P.
Keysor, chairman ot the Rose Show
Tho City Englcer pursuant to tho
Resolution of itho Common Council
heretofore adopted, having under
date of 'tho 2nd day of April, 1921.
filed plans, spocmcniions nnu, ran
m.io. nf tlm pnat nf tmnrnvlnc Hltrh
St. from 3d st. to Gth St. and Fourth
street from Pine streot to Jefferson
street. Including Intersections; and
tho Common council naving iukuh
tho samo under nuvisomoni ami min
ing snld plans, specifications and es
timates satisfactory, IT IS HEREBY
RESOLVED. That said plans, spe
cifications nnd estimates for the Im
provement of High street from Third
street to Sixth street and Fourth
streot from Pine streot to Jefferson
...aa. InMiwItnc Intnmnrtlnnfi. bo
and Iho samo are hereby appreved:
AND UK IT FUKTlttsil Iir.ovuy-
ED, That tho Common Council here-
),.. .tnnlnrna (la (ntnntlnn to ImDfOVe
said portions of High streot and
Fourtn streoi in accoruanco wmi i
plans, specifications and estimates;
anlrl ImnmVAmMlt f1 mnslt Of 1 tll-
provlng said portions of High Htrcot
and Fourtn sireei wnn mm num..
concroto or wllllto. Tho ostlmntod
... f Mm Imnrnrnrnpnt nf Kfttfl nnr-
tlons of said streets by placing there
on cither liltuuuuc, conrrcio or wn
llto to bo S30.301.3r. said cost in
cludlnc cradlnc. rolling, curbing and
AND HE IT FUn-THKIl HKSUI.V
ED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL.
That tho following described property
bo and Is hereby doclarcd benefitted
by said Improvement, to-wlt: Lots' C,
G, 7, 8, Block 7. Orlglnnl Town, Lota
6. 7, 8, 9, 10 Block 49. First Addi
tion. Lots 5, G, 7, 8, 9. Block S, Ori
ginal Town. Lots C. 7, 8, 9, 10.
Block 60, First Addition, Lots B. G.
7. 8, Block 9, Original Town and
High School preperty: nlso Lots 1.
2, 7. S, Block 7, 3. 4, B, G. Block 8.
Orlglnnl Town, Lots 4, G, G. 7 nnd
westorly half of Lot 3 nnd westerly
half of Lot 8 In Block B0, First Ad
dition, Lots 4, B, 6, 7 and westerly
half of Lot 3 and westerly half of Lot
8. Block 47. and Lots 1, 2. 9, 10.
and easterly half of Lot 3 nnd east
erly half of Lot 8 In'TlIock 48. nnd
Lots C, 7, 8 In Block 42. of First Ad-
.11. Inn in thn fllv rt Tvtnmnth Fall.
Oregon; and that said property above
listed nnu aescriDOU do anu nereuy is
declared to uo assessed ior mo ex
pense of said improvement.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That Monday, tho 23 day of
May. 1921, at the hour of 8 o'clock
P. M.. at tho Council Chambers of
the City Hall, be fixed as tho time
and place for tho hearing of objec
tions and remonstrances against tho
said proposed Improvement and tho
Pollco Judgo Is hereby directed to
cause notice of said hearing as by
STATE OF OREGON, )
County of Klamath. )ss.
City ot Klamath Falls.)
I, A. L. Leavltt. Pollco Judgo of
tho City of Klamath Falls. Oregon,
do hereby certify that tho foregoing
is a duly enrolled copy ot a rosolutlon
adopted by tho Common Council on
tho 2Gth day of April, 1921, declar
ing Its Intention to Improvo High
streot from Third street to Sixth
riviMil nml Ennrll fttfAAt frnm Pine
street to Jefferson street. Including
I Intersections. and approving thn
plans, specifications nnd estimates ot
costs submitted bv tho City Engineer
A. S. LEAVITT.
2R.9 PnHe Tmlpn
&T77& In II
KR SATURDAY ONLY
100 TRIMMEIV HATS, VALUES UP TO $10.00 FOR
Tho City Engineer pursuant to tho
Resolution of tho Common Council
heretofore adopted, having undor
dnto of tho 10th day of April, 1921,
filed plans, spoclflcntlons nnd esti
mates of tho cost of Improving El
Dorado street from Esplnnndo to -Portland
street nnd Melrose treet
from ElUorndo to Pacific Torrnco,
Including Intersections; nnd tho Com
mon Council having tnkon tho samo
under mlvtscmcnt and finding said
plans, specifications and ostlmntos
IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED. That
said plans, specifications nnd esti
mates for tho Improvement ot ElUo
rndo street from Esplanade to Port
land street and Molrono street from
ElDorndo to Pacific Torraco, Includ
ing Intersections, bo nnd tho samo
are hereby npprovod;
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That tho Common Council horo
by declares Its Intention to Improvo
fcalil portions of EIDorado streot and
Melrose Htreot, In nccordnnco with
said plans, specifications nnd esti
mates; said Improvement to consist
of paving Bald portions of ElDorndo
street and Melrose street with Illtull-
thlc. Concreto, Asphnltlc Concroto or
Wllllto. Tho estlmntod cot. or ttio
Improvement of said portions of said
streets by placing thorcon either hi
tullthlc. cotfereto. asphnltlc concrete
lor wllllto to bo $1G,G13.BB, said cost
Including grading, rolling, curbing
' and cement sldowalk.
, AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
' ED. By tho Common Council thai tho
following described property bo nnd
Is horoby declared benefitted by said
Improvement, to wit Lots 1. 2. 3. 4
Block 2G. Block 39 A. Lots 8. 9. 10,
11, 12, 13. Block 38. 1. 2. 3. 4. R, G.
.Block 27. 1. 2. 3. 1. G. G. 7, Block
,28, Lots 13. II. 15. 10, T7. 18. 19
Block 37. Lots 1. 8. 9. 10, 11, 12
, Block 37, Lots fi, 17. 18, 19. 20. 21.
22 Block 3G, Lots 1, 2. 3. 4. B, G
Block 29, Lots B nnd G Block 49 nnd
l Lots 1 nnd 2 In Block 48. nil, In Hot
Springs Addition to tho City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregen: nnd Hint said
proporty nbovo listed and described
be nnd hereby Is declared to bo ns
sos,ed for tho expenso of said Im
provement. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED. That Monday tho 23 day of Mnv.
1921. at tho hour of 8 o'clock P. M
ut the Council Chambers at tho City
Hall, be fixed as tho tlmo and plnro
for the hearlnc of objections and ro-
jmonstrance3 against tho said propos
ed Improvement nnd tho Pollco Judgo
1 Is hereby directed to cnuso notice of
said hearing to bo published as by
I Chnrtor provided.
STATE OF OREOON, )
County of Klamath. )ss.
City of Klamath Falls.)
I, A. is. l.eaviu. i-niico juuki oi
tho City of Klamath Foils. Oregon,
do hereby certify thnt tho foregoing
Is n duly enrolled copy of n resolution
adopted bv tho Common Council on
tho 2Bth day of April. 1921. dcclir
Ing Its Intontlon to Improvo FIDorndo
street from Esplanndn to Portland
streot nnd Mlrno street from EIDo
rado to Pacific Torrnco. Including In
tersections, nnd approving tho plans,
specifications and estimates submitt
ed by tho City Englneor.
A. L. LEAVITT.
28-9 Pollco Judgo
' Tho City Council nursunnt to tho
i Resolution of tho Common Council
i heretofore adopted, having under
'dnto of tho Second day of April.
MliM fllfil nlnns unnrlflrnHons nnd
ostlmntos of tho cost ot liuprnlng
South Riverside street from West
Main street to tho City Limits nnd
081 iuam mreei irom mm oi pnvo
mout nt Conger iivonuo to the west
erly line ot South Klvomldo street.
Including Intersections; nnd the
Common Council having taken sumo
under mllsomon.t nnd finding snld
plans, specifications and ostlmntoH
IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED, That
snld plans, secltlcntlous nnd estl
mntca for Itho Improvomeifl of South
Riverside street from Wi't Main
ntreot to tho City Limits ond West
Main street from ond ot pavement nt
Conger nvonuo to tho wcstrjly line
nf South Rlversldo street, Including
Intersections, bo nnd tho samo nre
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, Thnt fko Common Council horo
by declares Its Intention to Improve
said portions of South Rlversldo and
West Main street. In nccordnnco with
laid plans, specifications nnd estl
mates; snld Improvement to consist
of paving said portions ot nald streets
with Concroto. Wllllto or Bltullthle
Tho estlmntod cost of the Improve
ment of said portions of snld streets
by placing thoreon olthnr Conerotu,
Wllllto or Bltullthle to Im $37.G18 10
snld cost Including grading, rolling,
rnrhlnr nnd cement sidewalk
AND BE IT FURTHFR RESOLV
;', ii) wio . omnioii uoiincu mm urn
following described property bo and
It Is hereby declared benefitted by
said Improvement, to-wlt.
Lots 1 nnd 2 Block '2G Orlglnnl
Town. Lots 3 nnd 4 In Block 27 Ori
ginal Town, Lot 2, Blk 2, Won Klnm-
inth Falls Addn. Lot i, 2. 3. 4. ft. G,
'7 S. 9. 10. 11, 12. 13. 14. IB. 1G 17
IIS. 19, 20. 21, 22, 23 In Block
I 3. West Klamath Falls Addition nnd
Lois l, .. :i. 4, r, ii. 7, k '.'. in. ii '
12. 13. II, IB, 1G, 17. 18. 19. 20. 21
22. 2.1 In Block 4 Wont Klamath
Falls, ndiltlon to tho city of Klnmntli ,
Fnlls, Oregen: nnd that certain nenv i
age proporty In Iot 2, Section 32.
Township 38 South. Itnlign 9 East.
Wllllnmotto Meridian, lying south
erly ot Lot 23 In Block 3 nnd Lot 23
In Block 4 West Klamath Falls Addl
tlon nnd thnt part of Ixit 11. Section
32 lying southorly of Ixit 23 Block
3 West Klamath Fnlls Addition tn
tho City of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
land extending to the City Limits; nnd
I thnt snld property above listed nnd
described bo and hereby Is declared
i to be assessed for tbo expenso of said
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED. That Monday tho 23 dnv of May.
1921., at tho hour of 8 o'clock p. m. nt
Council Chnmbors at the City Hall,
bo fixed as the tlmo and plnro for thn
hearing of objections nnd remon
strances ngnlmft tho said proposed
Improvement nnd tho Pollco Judgo Is
horeby directed to causo notice of
snld bearing to bo published as by
1 Charter provided.
! STATE OT OREGON. )
i County of Klamath. )ns.
I City of Klamath Falls.)
I, A. L. Leavltt, Pollco Judgo of
I tho City of Klamnth Fnlls. Oregon,
do horoby certify that tho foregoing
I Is a duly enrolled copy of n rosolu
' tlon adopted by tho Common Council
'on tho 28 dny of April. 1921, declnr.
tng Its Intention to Improvo South
Rlversldo streot from West Mnln
; streot to tho City Limits nnd West
j Mnln streut from end of pnvotnent nt
! Congor nvonuo to tho westerly lino
ot South Rlvorsldo street, including
A. L. LEAVITT.
1 28-9 Pollen Judge.
Dont speculate your shoe
dollars on short-time looks
....invest in long-time qual
ity it pays!
give you plenty of quality
and style at the right price.
Tour shoes vxust satisfy you;
we 're determined tlicy shall
W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON
Wn Klvn nil cur work personnl attention t'sn nothing but tint
class material. Let us glvu u figures on )iiur painting.
133 N. 4th St.
Res. Phone 531-R
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Adi.
SALEM, May G. A reduction of
29 per cent In tho wages and salaries
of cmployos of tho Oregon Pulp and
Paper company horo has been an
nounced by tho management.
BEND, May G. Tho congregation
of tho Bend Methodist church movod
Into its now building Just In tlmo, as
rocks hurled Into the nlr by dynaralto
blasts smashed windows in tho old
building, tore a great hole In the root
and splintered no mo of tho furniture
shortly aftor tho first sorvico was
hold in tho now one.
SALEM, May G. WJdor dissemi
nation qt tho knowledge ot liw and
tho machinery ot Its administration
wna advocated by Doan W. 0. Halo
of the University ot Oregon school of
law In nn address before tho busi
ness men of Salem.
ALBANY, Mny G. A resolution fa
Yoring tho recall of tho momlr o'
the Linn county court was adopted
by tho Linn county Pomona granga
at Its session at tho Falrnmunt
grnnre hall In North Albany. Tho
BaUer camo boforo tho Ponf"i
gnwso, wJilch is composed of mom-
FOR. rfgCSTV .i A rr
bowing at the
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
AN OjLD FASHIONED BOY"
Ho know thoy 'ore engaged, for sho let him kiss
her onco. So ho secretly built tho homo of his
But Bnvu didn't know Women when hu found him
self Willi three strange liubles nn Ills bunds- Thu rest
Is a tear nnd n hundred laughs, eveoono straight
from your heart
Hl'NDAV "BOMETHINO TP THINK ABOUT"
Tho great picture of the yeur
You v. Ill always bo sorry If ytu miss It
At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
"THE GILDED DREAM"
"If I ovor marry It will bo for monoy tho only thing that
brings roul happlnisH" said Curmul, but sho changud her mind In
"THE FACE AT YOUR WINDOW"
A special attraction, featuring Tho American Legion
Mr. Oeorgo Arllsa In his brllllunt stugo bucccsb, I
Coming The Miracle of the Theatre's Art