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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1921)
THE EVENWaHERD. IvALfcS, ORECW
The Evening Herald
TBKD BOULH ..,
PubtUhod iJally oicopt Bandar, by
Tk Uorald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Stroot.
Entered at tho postotdco at Kla
math Falls, Oro., (or transmission
through tho malls as socond-clasa
mkmi1kk ok tiih associate!)
Tho Associated Press is exclusively
ntltlod to the uso (or republication
at all nowa dispatches, credited to It,
or not otherwlso credited In this
paper, and also tho local nows pub
THURSDAY, MAY 1(, 1021
TIIK ClIASIIir.il OF COMMERCE
Elsowhero Is printed a synopsis o(
tho report o( tho socrotary ot tho
Chamber of Commerce. If anything
woro needed to substantiate the
chargo of Tho Herald that nothing
cotietriiftlvo has como out of the or
ionization under tho present man
agement, then this report supplies It.
' Mffo liopo tho full report will bo jrat
In printed form nnd distributed, that
tho members and the publlo generally
"may s66 tho absolute (alluro o( ad
compllshmcnt that has followed the,
Immense outlay f tlmo and money
as a result of tho thoorctlcnl follies
ot tho present secretary. (
i No whero In tho voluminous roport
can It bo found whero tho efforts o(
tho Chamber resulted In adding a
dollar to tho payroll of tho ceunty:
whoro It has placed a single (armor
on a (arm; whero anything has been
done to Improve transportation (acu
ities: whero help has been extended
towards hastening tho completion o(
tho Strahorn road; where any prac;
tlcal assistance has been rendered
tho (armor; where actual, construc
tive development has been (ostcred.
Throughout Is to be (ound n trail
ot halr-bralned schemes, relating to
pot theories fostered by cranks,
whose chief Idea is a Utopian condi
tion that will result in such complete
community contentment as to pro
duce such a spirit of tompermcntal
Inertia as to destroy all Initiative or
ambition. Of course, such a condition
cannot bo brought about or could it
If anything is to bo accomplished
by tho Chamber of Commerce such
'rot must be eliminated, the present
ecretary kicked out and his place
tilled with a man possessed of com
ion sense, sound Judgement, practi
cal Ideas, constructive plans and at
least a modicum ot business ability.
Tho Chamber is thero to bring in fac
tories, to get bettor transportation
facilities, to settle up tho farms, to
lwlp tho farmer and build up ino
enmmunltv from a purely business.
mercenary standpoint. If it can not
do thoso things, then It is a lauure.
If It can accomplish some or all o(
FINE PROGRAM AT
The Pelican Bay school will glo
tho following entertainment nt tho
Pelican Hall tomorrow evening, be
ginning at S IS p. m.:
America 5th. 6th, 7th and Sth
Tho Vow 3th, 6th, 7th and Sth
Noll On, SII'-or Moon 5th, 6th 7th
and Sth grades.
Recitation Leotn ricall.
Hlrd Eacrciso and Woodpecker
Hccltatlon Harryetto Dcall.
Song "Tho Mill."
Hecltntlon Sonok.a Yahlra.
Song "A Scout of Undo Sam."
Song "Tho nig Drum."
Itocitation Far Awry.
Folk Dances 1. Shoo Makers Danco;
2. High Stepping Horses; 3. Rein
Address J. P. Wells. Supt.
Song "Iloturn of Birds" Room
Song "Root. O' Lincoln" Room
Song "The Valentino Song"
Recitation Margaret McAllstor.
Recitation Ruth Hotchkin.
Song "Carry Mo Mack to Ole Vir
ginny." Song Boating Song.
Dialogue John Lambert, Loulso
Song "Tho Blacksmith's Song."
Song "O'er Hill and Valley Ring
Boy Scout Drill and Song.
Recitation Emogono White.
Recitation Beryl Crossfleld.
Song Twilight Song Room III
Song "Questions" Room III
Recitation Gradle Sanders.
Recltatlon-rC. E. Lambert.
Trio Earl Yancoy, Donald Har
lan and William Batoman.
Flag Drill By Girls Room HI
Flag Salute Americans' Creed
Song "Old Black Joo" Room III
Bong "Star Spangled Banner."
Discount on all Kayser
The Style Shop
707 Main St. Phone 341-W
SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS
On 50 tricotinc suits
All snappy models.
JUST IN TIME FOR
THE WESTERN NIGHTS
f Personal Mention
The F. Hill Hunter dredge has (In
Ished the work on tho Ocorgo Watt
ranch and Peter Jones tho engineer
Is In town enjoying a (ew days vaca
tion. Mrs. Agnca Lclnstelner left for.
Rosovlle, California, this morning to
spond a week or two visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cottle and daugh-
. nr - .., '- n
II 11 can Btwuii'ii," -.- - i lert vera, uii mis muniiiig iui u
them, then tho tbeorleamay be )n-8nort Tlalt at tnelr fonner noB0 n
dulged In, but first must be,' built the San Joae( California,
(oundatlon on tho ground betore the K j 0rant( of tno Algoma Lumber
castles are erected In tho air. I compeny, who has been here several
With tho exception of one or l daya on business, returned to Los An-
things, everything In the report , gejes tna morning .He was accompa-
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Jersey Sport Coats
$9.50 AND $11.95
Wonderful quality and werkmanship: Col
ors of Green, Red, Copen, Navy, Tan,
Brown or Black.
$9.95 AND $12.95'
All new shades and one of a kind.
To Enjoy the ELKS WESTERN NIGHTS you must be sure to have a
SPORT SUIT, WHETHER IT BE A TWEED, JERSEY OR COMBINATION. A
WONDERFUL VARIETY IS HERE FOR YOUR SELECTION.
ANDROSS-GLOVER STYLE SHOP
.l.imaH n hn work of the Chamber
ot Commerce Is the accomplishment
of other agencies. Never havo wo
peon such bare-faced appropriation of
others' efforts by a public organlza-
nlcd as far as San Francisco by Rol
lln P. Rodolph who has been here a
few days on business.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Orlfflth, of
Portland, who havo been here the
Olucrs euui ; ....- --., I'unitiuu, wuu ,i,u uci-u iio ,,.,
tlon. It must (111 with disgust and, last few dan i00king Into conditions
contempt mo men wv" .-. tom a view 10 iocaun, icu iur wecu
a la.. At1nn nnl IIIAll Wit n ! .1 . H-llittL
i.. -. imtriiv stolen and used with'
out tho slightest credit being accord
Tho report proves that so far tho
work of tho Chamber of Commarco
has failed utterly and that It will
contlnuo to (oil l( n chango In man
agement is not made.
Kangaroo Court Rules
Enacted By Prisoners
Tho (ourtecn Inmates of the Jail
havo established a Kangaroo Court,
HA,Afl (hA fnllnu'lne rules!
Any man entering this Tank with-'
out consent ot Inmates is guilty of a
rolsdemonnor nnd Is subject to a (Ino
of not moro than three dollars.
1. Every Inmate must bo present
when court Is called.
2. This place must bo kept sani
tary at all times.
3. No spitting or throwing of
matches or clgarotto butts on (loors.
4. No unnecessary nolso after
10:00 P. M.
C. Inmates must tako a bath onco
6. No inmntes allowed to ap
proach gate -wbllo other inmates aro
having visitors, unless called.
7. All (Incs nro used (or tho good
o( all, such as tobacco and literature
Our motto is "Sanitation."
Otflcors o( Kangaroo Ceurt: Shor
1((, F. S. Redriguez: Prosecuting At
torney, Harry Ilrown; Judge, F. Swa
Mrs. A. K. Vowcll and family loft
this morning forljobert Leo', Texas,"
whore alio expects to make her homo.
and Mrs. Griffith
may return to Klamath Falls later, i
Frank P. Russell, president of the '
Portland Machinery company, whoi
has been here on official business fori
tho last few days, returned to Port
land this" morning.
J. O. Goldthwalte returned from
San Frnncjsco last night, where hei
has been for tho last week attending
to business matters. 1
Mrs. J. S. Ball Is down from Cbllo-j
quln shopping -and visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Coffin arrived
by automobflo from Eugene yester
day. They intended to motor on to
Lakeview today but owing to road
conditions have decided to wait a
W. M. Adams, a bank examiner of
Portland, Is hero on official business
for a few days.
C. A. 'Dunn, chle( engineer (or Os
car Huber Construction company, Is
hero from Fortland (or a (ew days.
C. L. Falk, of the Ghiloquln Lum
ber company, Is registered at tho
White Pelican hotel.
E. L. Sliver, timber cruiser o(
Klamath Agency, Is hero for a fewj
Among thoso In from Lorella aroi
Lou Tuttle. E. T. Schlblo and W. W.
P. O. Crawford, chtof engineer for
mis morning, .mt
tho California-Oregon Power compa
ny. Ik ii l from San Francisco (or a
(ew days on matters ot huslne (or,
u 14 company.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II, Mitchell aro In
Trom their ranch' at Illy.
Theodore Young Is up (rom Mid
land for tho day.
A. M. Clauson nnd Will Hunter up
turned (rom Lakovlow yesterday
whero they havo been (or the last
(ew days on business. They roport
the roads In very had condition and
it took them H hours to make the re
Tho caso or Mary C. Holms
against A. E. Whitman was dismissed
yesterday by Judge I). V. Kuyken
dall. Ren. Faus, the town marshal nnd
fire chief of Merrill, was In town yes-1
terday attending to bualncus mnttoni. ;
Dick Miller Is an out ot town vis
Itor from Illy.
K, II. Jones Is up (rom Wordeti (or
a couplo of days attending to busi
Miss Isabel! Ilarron arrived (rom
Mcdtord this afternoon to titti-nd tint
Elks Western Nights and visit with
Frank Courtado has purchased tho
S. C. Ilrlggs ranch near Midland.
W. M. Lush of tho Crater Lnku
Box company, nt Ilrny, Is up for 11
to days on IniiUnoeii
t' V Phimnegcr, a saw mill mini
ot Fort Klamath, was In town -terday
MIhs Mnry Walker loft (or Ashland
this morning to Imi present at tho
graduation o(,nr4 jjlster Jtrom JhJW
Mr. and Mrs. Rex McMillan will
orrlvo from Weed this evening to at
tend tho Western Nights and visit a
few days with Mr. McMillan's par
ents, Mr. and Mnt. C. C. Lowoa
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stnvons, Mrs.
A. W. Slovens nnd daughter led yns-
terday (or it two weeks' nutomobllo
trip to Portland and thu northern
part of tho statu
Kvori'tt Harpham, n-pnuwitatNe
nt thu Pacific Const Mint comjiuny, t(
KuKitnu. nrrlved hum IiihI nti'lit .iml
(JjpijrUto ho located In thin city pw
Mrs, lluy (liirrett und duuKhlon
Anna Kathryn, wern called to Eugene
yesterday by tho Illness o( Mrs. Oar
rettV daughter, MrH. Jones.
John McFull Is up (rom llntiunta
today buying supplier and uttiindliin
to other business mattom.
Carries a Double Punch
TRUE economy as well as energy 4
for a good day's work begins
with Olympic Wheat Hearts
Scientifically milled and tanltartlu packtd.
wrapped and tealed-the OLYMPIC Lint
Indwlei your favorUt artaL
t mo (iocmi. tloog
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Good news for the
ladies of Klamath
We have just re
ceived a new ship
Beautifully decorated and beaded,
these blouses will instantly win the
approval of every woman. The
prices are very reasonable
Come in soon, while the assortment
is still complete, and supply your
needs. You'll save money.
5th and Main Sts.