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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THUIWDAY, MAY 10, IBM
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HAL'llAMKNTO, May 10. Klftv
nla building innltn worn Ihhui'iI In
Harramnnlo last week, according to
IIiiIIiIIiik Inspector linn Oovoll, Tliu
permits rnpriNiont mi oxpondlturo of
II 70,1 no, ('oviill said. Klovcn wiirn
for nuw homes. Work on tun now
linini'H began IiihI wimk.
HAN FIIANOIBCO, May 10. An
nutinronuml that thu Pacific (Inn anil
ICIectrlc company hiul otitalnuil ox
luirtn' reports upon which It has de
rided to drill extensively In tin) l)wi
vitIom dlHtrlct of KoIiiiio county In
search for riih and oil In commercial
iiantltlcfi lodny wiih made, liy Paul
M. Downing, vlcn president In chunto
(it electrical operations and construe)
1 1 on, UdwiiIiik wild tlm Pnclflo Uiih
and Klectrlc rompany 'huh preparlni;
to niak IIh prospecting opnratlotiH
morn tlioroiiKli tlian any lit! torn con
ducted In tint dlitlrlct. 'I'lio wull will
tut started In several dayii.
HANTA ItOHA, May 10. A Ron
oral and nlnmliirdlzed slashing of
farm and dairy wiiro ncnli-n In Bono
inn (oiinty cannot lie effected. TIiIh
In nrcordliiR to an announcement liy
tho Directors of tlio Homuiiu County
Tarm llureau. which linn completed a
threo weeks' survey of crop and la
bor rnndltlnnn In thin country.
WEED, May 1,- llurr W. Wont,
nsslstant cashier of thn Klntt Nation
nl Hank of WhmI for over a year, hns
rrslRtied and Ronn to ItoiMirllli), whero
li linn accepted a position ax cashier
In onn of thn banks. West's successor
In tlio Weed hank has not yet been
Outbursts of Everett True By Condin
niwv.v.. nr-Ji ir-ucy jl. jou. wnin.v; pu i
VPrC?N AR.B SOON TO 0 ACK irvfTO TH
STRctvst atAKsopMct lao&iNesc THe skirts
Ttt. fa vurv MMN N- OU31 rTGI
ScstTfNCvTHsrt ivocc up orr THe sitae-
iARv-rs. iuu ,, i i iw ir?uv.H
UNIVKItBITY Or' BANtfA CI.AHA.
Moy 10. Practically every dignitary
of thn Catlmllc church went of Clil
cnKO will ho at thn altar nt Haiita
Clara on May 30th, when a solemn
hlRh mass will Im celebrated In hon
or of thn golden Jubilee of Father
Jeremn H. Hlrard, "Tho Pndro of tho
HACIIAMIINTO, May 10. Tho
Northern California Oil Development
Association, composed of twelve emit-
panics, which hnvn lio'di fornii'd f r
tho dovulnpun'iit of that Indux'.rv,
principally In tho Hncrninentu Valley,
Saturday nlRht, wan orcuiled a a
ini-otlnK hold at tho hand llotul.
CN KIIANCI8CC). Muv 19.-- An
order of tho lluroau of timiilitriillon
for tho deportation of fifty-two Chi
nrnc, who wrro ndmltti'd to this coun
try utiiler hond whlln atiffcrlnR from
a form of hook-norm, wa.i upheld liy
tho United Btnte Circuit Court of
Appeals. Tho Chinese nro Kald to ho
scattered throuRhnut tho country.
Counsel Will Testify
In Bergdoll Hearing
WASHINGTON, Mny 19 Cniler
thu threat of contempt for proceed'
In Kb before tho bar of tho house,
Hurry Weinberger, formor counsel of
Orovor C. Ilorgdoll, ngrccd to nnawor
questions tieforo thu house commit
tee and product) tho documents do-mnmlud.
With thn production of "Held by
thu Ennniy," thu now Paramount plc
turlzutlon or "William (llllctto'a not
ed play, which will ho hIiowii at tho
Star thoatrn Friday, tho namo of
Donald Crisp, who directed tlm pro
ducll(ii), will bo added to tho roster of
.tho IndiiHtry'H hlggeHt dlrectorH,
whoso iiaineH on clnnmii productlniiR
nro RuarnntecH that thu picture In of
moro than ordinary merit.
"Hold by tho Knomy" In n plcturo
that will touch tho heart of tho most
linrdoned xpectator; n atory that will
linprem upon Hpoctntora tho beauty
of Nncrlflco mid of love,
Tho director, tho author nnd tho
piny Itxoir nro not tho only HtrlkiiiK
foaturoH of tlil now film, A raid,
reprcxuntlnK xomn of tho bout talent
In tho Hereon profoBHlon Has choKon
to Intorprut tho Important roles,
Thoso Includn Akiich AyreH, Wnnda
ILnwloy, l,owls fitijno, Jack Holt,
Itobort Cain, Wnltor HlorR, Josophlno
Crowell, C, H, Oeldart, Mlllan I-oIkIi-ton,
Itobort Ilrowor and othore,
When Nance Oldon ,purHUod by thn
pollco, hid hornolf In tho queer old
carrlaKu which oho found drawn up
ooforo tho station she, did not droamJ
that It was to boar nor away to a now
fo of friends, romance and an hon
est livelihood, Bho ontored It a thief
qnd left It at the end of the Jounioy
B chanBod girl with hapnlness and R
Jlfo of usefulness before her.
"She Couldn't Help It" Is tho bit
fly yt done by that Tristful llttlo
sjUr, Db Danll, and plays at r
liberty UsAtra tonlht,
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wis i-1. -- oT ii o ioj iifivi iwiy
SIGHT -T c7ory'l-vJl', . .-! isooT
OUR CSQSi1.'. 2ST -CHAT TTATO
4tO DRINO. T t3CK HefAS
. " a ,s-
Vc-i HlllliAi.l :ntkllllnlllllhl rJ I
If tired nnd weary, take a mineral
hath In thu new Hoi Spring Hath
Carpels and ruRS cleaned to your
latlnfactlun. Win. I-Uitli. Phono l'JOW
WASTKI Orocory and shoo clerks.
Apply J. H, K"Tidern & Co., 19
IIAUN FOll 8AM 116 Bo. Illver
Krerybody Is welcomu at tho now
Hot Springs Hath House. 19
WANTKI) Orocory nnd shoo clerks.
Apply J. K, Kndora & Co. 19
tANTKO Position, by experienced,
competent lady lookkectKr-stenop-
raphor, llox T K., Herald 9-20
WANTi:i--(Jood, lire autoniobllo
snlrsmnn. Apply 133 Bouth Fourth
WANTKI) (Irocery and shoo clorks.
Apply J. K. Kndcrs & Co. 10
Ileal opportunity for lumber men'
Will trade) now trucks of 3-1, 114.
24 nnd 3 Vj ton capacities for lum
ber or tics. Trucks will bo delivered
hurt, lumber f. o, b. Portland. Wrlto,
H. U, Crumblltt, Gen. Dellv., Klamath
IIAIUUINH IX l'Sin OAILS
1 1918 Ti-passenRcr DoiIrc, Reed
11920 Ti-passcnRer Dort, ncaVly
11918 n-pnssenRor Ford tourlnR
Just overhnuled, repainted and now
1 fi-pnssonRor Hnynes tourlnR, Reed
condition. Prlco $300.
1 1920 Ford, ono-ton truck, four
spocd trnnsmlsslon, body and cab.
At condition, nnd n snnp.
KLAMATH FAI.I.8 AUTO CO.
10-21 Phono 17CW. 22t Main St.
AM, t'Alll.i: l,AXIIIN(W Wll.l,
III! CONTItOI.I.KI) IIV PltlXIDHXT
WABIIINOTON, May 19. -r- Tho
Iioiibo passed tho senato bill author
IxIiir presidential control over nil tho
LET US SIMON
IZE YOUR CAR!
Makes It look llko now.
Also first clnsa washing nnd
PoIIhIiIiir. Cars called for and
J. H. Garrett & Son
I WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter Tho Herald will publish
tho mean and nufrlmum tempera
tures and precipitation record as tak
en by tho U. B, Itoclamatlon service
tntlon. Publication will cover tho
day provlous to tho paper's Issuo, up
to ti o'clock of tho day.
May 10 07
Mny 11 76
Mjiy 12 81
Moy 13 .'82
May 14 76
May IB 74
Mny 16 62
May 17 S3
May 18 60
XAVAI, llll.l, CUT A MILLION
WASHINGTON, Mny 19. A mill
ion dollars cut from thu naval appro
priations bill In tho senato on thn
first roll call testing tho strength of
tho bill when tho advocates and tho
opponents of Increases In navy appropriations.
Our First Great
Starts Saturday, May 21st
9:00 A. M.
Shoe Department Closed Friday
Rearranging Stock and Marking Down Prices. .
OHIO Hi:XATK PAKSKH HILL TO
KILL CHICACO HOAIII) OI'TIUDK
BPIIINOFIKLD, III.. May 19 Tho
senate passed a bill placing the oper
ation of grain exchanges under tho
regulation of tho state department of
agriculture It goes to the bouse for
finish to fight tho Chicago board of
1 fc4 XrmzJ If jttilP&l-CJh
Wo must look tlio situation of
tho lumtx-r hiLslnesH Mjujuvly In
tho ftuv. Then) vil'l N) n short m'ii,
on, lion- short wo ilo not know.
Ono thing Im certain, whrn tho
iuIIIn hliut ilomi tlicro Mill bo no
moro rhoap wxxl.
. lo)n 1 Co. nro ilrllvwinc
iriM'n slab, slt(u Inch length,
iov ut $ll.no per ronl.
Tho nIm) liiijcr will lay In his
iWnter'H suply now unil takn no
liaiiri'M on tho iiiIIIh cldsln down.
Htvry ruittomer uho ImuKht
(rwn slab early last year nnd had
t dry "lien Inter M-t In, Is plenn.
si. Many havo plnriNl their ortlcrs
nlrrady. Iluy early nuil place jour
oi-ilerw now run! foo sur).
O. Peyton & Co.
O. PEYTON W. PEYTON
It Can't Be Done!
It Was Done
They used to say there was no other bread like
mother used to make. That was true before BAKE
niTE was put on the market. BAKERITE OVENS
AND BAKERITE METHODS did the business and today
you can get a loat ot bread possessing that delicious,
lasting, appotlting flavor heretofore found only in broad
made at home. This bread It sold exclusively at the
Rex Cafe and The Matte. It U also served exclusively in
The Rex Cafo.
Hunk 1st Oroii.'crt
If j oil want froth vegetables
and frut, emtio to tlio
PALACE FRUIT CO.
Where you can savo monoy
10 to 6
W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON
Wo rIvo all our work personal attention. Use nothing but first
class material. Let us Rive you figures on your painting.
133 N. 4th St. ' Res. Phone 531-R
CLOTHES OF REAL DISTINCTION
must Ih nuuIoVor the wearer Individually. Let mo uvfeo your new
spring nuU and enjoy wearing really distinctly clothing tailored
to fit you perfect! and to retain tta Mtray-smartneaa during long
constant wear. i
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
SIS Kaaa St.
The Girl Graduate
Would bo tickled to death to ro
celvo any of tho following ar
ticles for her graduation gift:
Wrist Watch i
Ilroaches ' I
Mako her happy on graduation
day. Stio has earned a boautlful
Would bo dellgbtod with a
Gold Gift Knives
Collar Bar Pins '
We carry tho finest assort
ment In the city of fins
Jewelry of every descrip
H. J. WINTERS
7M MAIN ST.
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