The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, May 18, 1921, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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HELP INDIGENT
l.OS ANOELHS, Cnl., May 17.
Actors, writers, producors, sportsmen
nnd civic officials nro cooperating
hero with Daniel Frohmnn, thoatrl
cnl magnate, In plans for n hugo out
door benefit festival Juno 4 at the
Los Angeles Spoodwny to raise funds
for Indigent nnd disabled actors
throughout tho country.
Tho affair Is scheduled to consist
of n rodeo, fashion show, bathing
girl review, theatrical . porformanco
and nlhlollecarnlvnl. Y
Daniel Frohmnn, who will super
visa tho porformanco. Is In California
..lttl. itfliiii h n t.s.n ja nf anmrt
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time. Ills last,
work day visit." ho
Bays, was flftocn years ago and, bo
foro then, forty years ngo.
Then, ho told mombcra of tho pro
fession hero recently, ho was "barn
storming," and making $35 a week,
ilr. Frohmnn, who Is now In his six
tics, and ono of tho best known thd
. ntrlcakmcn, In America nnd on tho
continent, Is president of tho Actors'
Fund of America in tho namo of
which organization thrboneflt is be
ing undertaken.
No Argument Wanted
r By This Bootlegger
JACOMA. Wash.. May IS. It
was a brilliant plea an attorney wast
tanking for W.A. Huston, 70, charg
' cd beforo Judgo John W. Link with
possessing Intoxicating liquor. Tho
virtues ot tho defendant wero bolng
) extolled to tho skies, when Huston
blurted eut:
1 ' 'Let's cut out tho argument and
t let mo go to Jail." Tho abnshod al
' I torney sat down and tho Judgo grant
I cd tho reuuost. Tho sentence was 60
i i days and l8o fine.
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Citizens Urged to
Go to Crater Lake
Tho following Is from tho Mcdford
Mall Trlbune:
rThoro is an acuto situation con
froritlngtho pooplo of Oregon as re
. gards their patronago of Crater Lake
' this year. Tho new Crater Lake com
I pany has taken an option of purchase
from A. L. Parkhurst of his conces
sion ."and unless this season is' a pro
fitable ono for the Investors they will
I, 'not mako tho purchase next March,
i ' Should Crater Lake show a profit
I this year, It Is the Intention of tho
I now company to expend $100,000 In
permanent Improvements., It this is
dono, then tho government will bo
called upon tq spen a similar amount
' on additional roads and trails as
well as Improving the proscnt roads,
I therefore. It is up to each Individual
of this state who has nover visited
Crater Lake National Park to do so
this year and thereby giving his aid
to mako Crater Lake National Park
ot as great lmportanco as are tho
other national parks In tho west.
This is tho time to plan a trip to
tho lake and beforo going overy one
should post himself ot 'what Crater
Lake roally. Is and what other attrac
tions are to be found in the tfark. A
government pamphlet, giving a de
tailed description- ot this wondor,
will be given to all who sign and mall
tho following plodgo to the Medford
Chamber ot Cemmerce:
ot ... ........... .. ..., Oregon,
promlso to visit Crator Lake National
Park during the summer ot 1921. I
have...- visited the park boforo.
Thoro will bo.
..membors In tho
party who will go with me
At the Theaters
AT THE LIBERT Y
Threatened with death by a band
of blackmailers using a Cblneso
character in purple Ink, Leonard
Stauuton'-nt first tries to run down
tho criminals. News ot tho death ot
ono ot his. friends and tho sight of
anothor dying boforo his eyes after
thoy had received' "purplo cipher"
throats, followed by an explosion at
tho homo; of his tiwootheart, Jcanno
Baldwin, -iWfhllo ho Is calling upon
lier, causes" hint to' alter his methods.
The story of "Tho Purplo Cipher,"
orlglnallywritten by Will F. Jenkins,
has been visualized by Vltagraph and
will bo shown at the Llbertv theatre
tonight.
Earlo Williams, as Leonard Staun
ton, Is given-excellent opportunities
to display bis talent and ability to
good effect in the many sensational
situations which arise,
La- "
The BUb' quality r uccew that
follows (advoWUIni la ta clMilfUd
column TJi Herald la'elaa t the
Intelligence ot Ita readers.
i:aom: mnciK tavuhx notks
Tho following Is n list of tho pco
plo who took advnntngo of tho won
thor, good ronds nnd dipt. Calkins'
boat sorvfeoto visit Kaglo ltldgo Tav
ern on Its opening dnyi-Sundny,
Miss Hetty llrey, E. J. Joffory.
Portland; John Krlcson, Itnlpli 11
Stoolo, Miss Lola Sailor, Mrs. B. W.
Do Lapp, Mrs. Geo. Egollno, Mrs. L.
E. Thayer. Mr. rnd Mrs. II. A. St.
Clair, W. I. Brush, Qco. L. Drltt, C.
Tinkle, all of Modoc Point; Miss
Florence Porter, .Mrs. Mahol Weo
don, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Endors, An
drew McGeo, llrlck Moody, Klamath
Falls; L. J. "Vrny, Portland; Miss
Ilollcn Allon, II. 13. Calkins, Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. A. Bellman, Dr. nnd Mrs.
F. It. Ooddnrd. Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. A.
McCarthoy. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Hell
man, Klamath Falls; Miss Carmcl
Miller, Miss Wllda Smith, Hnrvoy C
o, .If ml
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inniiiy, nauiiwr ui v.uiuu:.u, ,. ...
nenckworth nnd wifo Dayton, Ohio;
Marshall Hooper, Hanker; Miss Lydln
L. Frlcke, Klnmnth Falls, Mlsa Allco
A. Blackford, Klamath Falls.
All enjoyed a wonderful day. Good
dlnnor. Tho tavorn Is suro to mako n
wondorful roputatlon this year If tho
food nnd general mnnngemont main
tains its present standard.
Calcutta Is said to bo tho greatest
rat exchange In tho world, tho ro'
dents finding their way to and from
tho point In vessels.
:
Tho ccntor of population ns shown
by tho 1920 consus Is located in thol
by tho 1920 consus is located In tho
southeast corner of Owen county. In-1
dlana. It has advanced 9.8 miles west
ward in the last decade.
Get results by using class ads.
RESOLUTION'
A Resolution Declaring tho Intention
of the City of Klamath Falls, Ore..
gon, to Change tho Grndo nt the
InU-roection of ScTcnth Street nnd
Walnut Avenue from Elevation
l-IO to Elevation 148.
WHEREAS, It Is doomed expedient
to chango the present grado at the
intersection ot Seventh Street nnd
Walnut Avenue from olovatlon 146 to
ciovatlon 148.
DE IT RESOLVED, That tho Com
mon Council hereby declares Its In
tention to chango tho grado at tho
Intersection ot Seventh Streot
Walnut Avenuo from olovatlon
and
146
to deration 148.
STATE OF OREOON, )
County ot Klamath, )ss.
City of Klamath Falls, )
TAT. T.anvltt TVitlrn Jltrlpn nt
said city abovo mentioned, do hereby
cerury tnai mo roregoing is a uuu
enrolled copy ot tho resolution passed
by tho Common Council on tho 16th
day ot May, 1921.
A. L. LEAVITT.
17-27 Police Judge.
RESOLUTION
The City Engineer pursuant to the
Resolution of the Common Council
heretofore adopted, having undor1
date of the .2nd day of April, 1921.1
filed Dions, specifications and esti
mates of the cost of improving Jeff
erson street from Third street to
Fifth stroet. Fifth streot from Jeffer
son street to Lincoln stroot, nnd from
Fifth street to Sixth stroot on Lin
coln stroot. Including Intersections;
nnd tho Common Council having ta
ken tho samo under advlsomcnt nnd
finding said plans, specifications nnd
estimates satisfactory,
IT IS HERERY RESOLVED. That
sold plans, specifications and esti
mates for the Improvement ot the
aforesaid streets, including intorsec
tlons, bo and tho samo are heroby
approved;
AND DE IT FDRTHER RESOLV
ED, That the-Common Council hero
by declares Ita Intention to Improve
said portions of Jefferson street,
Fifth street and Lincoln street In
accordance with Bald plans, specifi
cations and estimates; said Improve
ment to consist of paving said por
tions ot Jefferson streot, Fifth streot
and Lincoln street with Concrete
Wllllto or Bltulithlc. Tho estlmatod
cost of tho Improvement of said por
tions of said streets, Including Inter
sections, by placing theroon olthor
Concrete Bltulithlc or Wllllto, or
other hard surfaco pavemont to bo
$21170.35, said cost Including grad
ing, rolling, curbing nnd cement
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, by the Common Council, that tho
following described property bo and
Is hereby declared benefitted by said
improvement, to-wlt: Lots 5, 4, 3, 2,
1, Block 48, Lots 6, 7, 8, 9. 10 Block
41, Lota 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Block 47, Lots
6, 7, 8. 9, 10 Block 42, Lots 5, 4 and
wostorly halt of Lot 3 in Block 46,
Lots 5, 6, 4, 7. and tho westerly half
or iois 3 ana in uiock ij, iois i
and 2 and tho easterly half of Lot 3
in Block 42. Lots 1 and 2 In Block
43, Lots 1, 10, 2, 9 und eastorl half
ot Lots 3 and 8 In Block 36, and Lots
6, 7. 8, 9, 10 In Block'35; all In First
Addition to tho City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon; nnd that said property
abovo listed and described be and
heroby Is declared to bo assessed for
the exponso of said improvement.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That Monday, the 6Hi day of
Juno, 1921, atitho hour of 8 o'clock
P. M., at the Council Chambers at
tho City Hall, bo fixed as tho tlmo
and place for tho hoarlng of objec
tions and remonstrances against the
said proposed improvement and the
Police Judge is hereby directed to
causo notice ot said hearing to be
published as by Chartor provided.
STATE OF OREGON, )
County of Klamath, )ss.
City of Klamath Falls, )
L A. L. Leavltt, Police Judge of
the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
do hereby. certify that the foregoing
is a duly enrolled copy of a resolu
tion adopted by the Common Council
on tho Oth day ot Mny, 1921, de
claring Its Intention to Improvo Jot
fcrson streot from Third street to
Fifth street, Fifth stroot from Joffor
son streot to Lincoln street nnd Lin
coln street from Fifth streot to Sixth
stroot, Including intersections, and
approving tho plnns, specifications
nnd estimates of costs submitted by
tho City Engineer.
A. L. LEAVITT.
12-23 Pollco Judge.
NOTICE OF HOND OFFERING
Sealed proposals 'will bo received
by tho Common Council for tho pur
chaso of an lssuo'ot $3,019.00 apo
dal lmproromont bonds, authorized
by Ordlnnnco No. 649, for tho lm
provomont ot Washington stroot from
First street to Ewnuna boulovnrd.
Proposals to purchase snld bonds
will bo rocolvod up to nnd including
tho 23d day ot Mny, A. D. 1931, at
tho hour ot 8 o'clock p. m., and
oponod at tho regular meeting of the
Council to bo held upon said date.
Said bonds to bo dated as ot April
10th, 1921, nnd Issued In tho sum of
$500.00 each, maturing In 10 yeara
from data ot Issuo optional at nny
coupon dnto on and after ono year
from dnto ot Issuo nnd bearing Inter
est nt tho rnto of six por cent per an
num, payablo semi-annually; princi
pal and intorest payablo nt tho Ore
gon Fiscal Agency In Now York City.
Proposals to purchase must bo ac
companied by certified chock for five
por cent ot proposal, nnd bo uncon
ditional. A. Ii. LKAVITT,
Pollco Judgo of tho City of
Klamath Falls. Oro. 7-18
NOTICE OF HOND OFFERINQ
Scaled proposals will bo recolved
by tho Common Council for tho pur
chaso of an Issuo ot $31,916.29 spo
clal Improvement bonds, authorized
by Ordinance No. 548, for tho Im-
lirnvnmnnt nt Tfll-h .twin frftm fllvtfi
. t , Eighth street: and Sixth
stroot from Pine to High street and
ooYunui ircci irum i iuo siruvi iu
Washington
Proposals to purchase snld bonds
will bo received up to nnd Including
tho 23d day of May, A. D. 1921, at
the hour of 8 o'clock P. M and opon
ed nt a regular meeting of tho Coun
cil to bo held upon said date. Said
bonds to bo dated as ot April 10th,
1931, and Issued in tho sum ot
$500.00 each, maturing In 10 years
from date of Issue: optional at nny
coupon dato on nnd nfter one year
from dnto ot issuo, nnd bearing Inter
est at tho rato of six por cent por an
num, payable semi-annually, princi
pal and Interest payablo at tho Ore
gon fiscal agency In Now York City.
Proposals to purchaso must bo ac
companied by certified chock for flvo
por cent ot proposal, and bo uncondi
tional. A. L. LEAVITT,
Pollco Judgo of tho City of
Klamath Falls. Oro. 7-18
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION!
Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion meots
at tho City Hall on tho
first and third Tuesdays
ot each month.
Ex-sevlce men aro invited to at-
tond tho meetings.
vnr mimhershln cards or Informs-
. -.,. t n
on " -- "-;--"
see or wme mo ioiiowiub u.i....
J. H. Carnahan, Commander,
noy v Fouch. Post Adjutant.
Vnr rollof of omDlorment seo or
wrlto tho Chairman ot Tho Relict and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, caro Lakcsldo Lumber com
pany. Klamath Lodge No. 137
L O. O. F.
Meets Friday night or each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 6th and Main streets
H. H. Oglo -N. O.
Chas. Nowman ... .....V. O.
O. B. Manguo ................8ocy.
W. D. Cofor Treas.
ENCAMPMF.NT
J. H. Houston ..
H. V. Brown ...
L. J. McClnre
B. J. Mayer
.0. P.
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..Treasurer
BEAUTY PARLOR
Shampooing, marcellng, massag
ing, manicuring. For appointments,
phone 366, White Pelican Hotel.
'Tho Best Insurance for Every Need'
CALKIN8-DONELBON
INSURANCE AGENCY
First Stato Bank Building
Phono 650-W.
Wo can sorvo you InBurancowlso.
CLARA B. CALKINS.
MOLLIE 8. DONELSON.
832 Main Stroot
Phono 91-W
Upp's Auto Service
DAY AND NIOHT SERVICE
Experienced Drlvors
New Cars Klamath Falls, Oro,
ROCKY POINT
STAGE
LEAVES DAILY
Beginning Sunday, May 8th.
6TH & MAIN ST.
Mako Reservations at
- Eagle Poolroom.
Phone 870 or 54E-M.
GEO. A. BELL
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I WILL
Take out Cellars or Fill In IjoU
CON MURPHY
B17 Mortimer Ht. Phono HU-W
G. E. WASHBURN
m
Contractor and
Builder
Construction Work ot any kind,
No Job too largo or too small.
Estimates furnished (roe ot
chargo.
PHONE 8U7-J
Excavating
Teaming
Lot us make you a price on dig
ging that basomont, or othor ex
cavating you contemplate. Wo also
do team work ot every description.
Phone 426-J
CHIROPRACTOR
Dr. LoU C. Bridge
Over First Stato and Savings Dank
8ulto 10b Phono 103-J
PELICAN DAY DUB
Faro 25o each way
Leaves Rex Cafe Leaves Pelican City
7:45 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
13:45 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
5:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m.
Rcckard Rcmt Service
Phono 77
26-tt
Let Your GLASS trouble
be Mine
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Making
Phone 477W
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wo aro hero to sorvo you, and
aim to sorvo you right. Motorcycles
and Dlcyclos. Parts and Acessorlos,
Tiros and Tubes, that- will stand
your Inspection, as wo carry the
best In our line. Repair shop In
connection with Uarley-Davldson
Service.
Phone 878
1010 Mala St. KUsnatb Fails
d. K. BIAMARK
irvinrarsrvvvvrvvrsnrsrsr-sri snrsnnr i min n num
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. FL D. Lloyd Stewart
Phyatdaa sad Bargeo)
White Building
Klamath Falls Orsgoa
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DR. & A. MASSEY
Fourth and Pine 8U.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 47 Res. Phone 8U
HAW MILL ENGINEERING
CONSTRUCTION CO.
Designers sad builders of saoo
era saw mills, planing callls sjmI
bos plants. Dredging. Pile dfistag.
Phone 466.W
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Near 8. P. Depot
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing &' Heating Co.
ssaassaa-
1178 MAIN ST. PHONE S48.W
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Surgeon
Office and Residence
Phones 321
I. O. O. F. Temple
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, BSM
LET UH DO YOUR COLLECTING
A numbor of business , houses oro
saving the tlmo ot tholr bookkeepers
and individual collectors by letting
us collect their monthly Wlls. It Is
the modern method. It cuts down
your overhead. Got your bills ready
and we will do tho rest.
MRB. T. H, JOLLY ..6th and Main
Over Bugarman'a store. Phone 320W
L. D. Gas's. M. D.
JEYE, JJARV.NQB AND THJtOAT
GLASSES FCRNIfiHED
Warren Hunt Hospital Phone4T
Res. White rellcao Hotel. Phone S
MINERAL BATHS
Dr. Maud Ingersotl Hawley
Cblropractlo Fhrslciaa
Fliat National llank Dulldlng
Entrance, Room
ASHLAND, ORHQOlt
CHIROPRACTORS
DRS.
MALLETT
AND
MALLETT
OFFICE OVKR UNDERWOOD'S
Phone U80-J. Seventh
HOUSE MOVING
Havinsr bought the
moving outfit of True &
Failing, we are now
prepared to move
nouses or other heavy
articles.
Washburn & Houston
rnONK 40O-R
DENTISTS
Dr. E. G. Wiaecanrwr
PHONBJ SM
Dr. P. M. Nol
FbWNB 4
Over Pa4iasjoo4s
sveatk aad Mala Btrssts
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NEW CITY LAUNDRY
FINISHED WORK
FLAT WORK
ROUGH DRY
"Put Your Dud
la Our Suds"
PHONE 154
Corner Main and Concar
E.D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Pnoaes 17W
17R
Rooms t amd S
White Bnlldlag
Household Furniture
GOODS OP ALL KINDS
OUR PRICKS RIOHT
We Buy, Sell and Exchanio.
Cor. Sixth and Klamath Ave.
DICK'S A CO.
I iQGAgSTAWliy 1
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p . - p
E The E
N CENTRAL N
HOTEL a
L L
L GUY GARRETT, Mrv L
Steam Heated M
I RATESi I
n Transient' $1.00, up r
Weekly $5.00, up. u
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LESSONS
lastraetloas la Maao magi
of Haay Yew
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A. St
LO.O.r.BalkUag
FkeMMO ,
RtsHanee White Pslleaa Hotel
.. Residence Phoae I.
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DR. a A. RAMBO
Dentist
i. o. o. r.
PHONK 1
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Klamath-Dye Works
Phone 408
OUR CLHANINO, PREtUUNO AND
HUFAMINQ WILL MAKK IOCH
CLOTHES
LOOK LIKE NEW
HATH HEULOCXKD
Goods Called for aad Delivered
481 Mala Street Klamath rails
J. O. OLKOHORN
CIVIL ENOINEKR AND
SURVEYOR
Phono 1IIJ IIS B. Riverside
FRED
WESTERFELD
Daurnirr
Phone 4I4W.
X-Ray Labarasoc
Loosals Blda.
i nmj
GLOVER
MAKES
Your Watch Keep
Time.
511 Main St.
Klamath Falls
PAINTING
Practical paluuuc, r.tldlnc, brons
log, enamollng, kalsomlnlng, wall
paper cloanlng and general con
trading.
II. C TUTUILL
Phono 183 C25 Oak St.
t FACTORY SHOP
Mattresses Made and Re.
paired, upholstorlng Cratlag,
packing. '
J. K. lUlA'rrON, PROP.
107 N. 4th. St. Phono 1BOW