Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1921)
A Class Ad Will
3 Cunting literal
ftrcnlU 1 w
Member of the Associated Press.
KLAMATH I'M.IK, OIHK.o.V, I'HIIiAY, .MM; 10,
Masonic Orders to
He Represented at
THICK FIVE CKNT8
n 1,1 r
-jr ,,f. .-ilial llirllrli,,i, f it,.
UlkinK ' 'Us'l'W III Klaiiialh mm,
,, ,rU II i n iinu .1 -t .no i.,f, , rr,,,rir ffriiri
Brt nairf lia.l anil r (e III now Is '"' Mmi'iir; jr.r
- l.f I
' I , ..
" "' "" .r. ti.
' " IDS' ,,
" '"'T-' lri..n .,, ,..r, , ,,
'- IM.M. "Mr. tr.-,,, .,. ,,,
'-rf. f ,b. Mtl ,, mhnu.M
miMW II RATE HEARING
i mi Klaiiiutb i
If Klamath Falls enters the hear
.nrv. i Kirk ,.,, of Iho d.,1 , ,r l0WPr frp,Kht , ;. , Ulc
"''"'' ''..'. lit the Klam ,,,. ...
,fcniK -rkr.l ti.i.l improi. Klamath Fall, will I f,PMi-j ""' ,"'l",", '"'"r" lh" lnl"""- -, 7, ,T. . 0mn"M'
n Klamath county l.. alxay r tb following' Mr.H, ,j ,j,p c,m'h "'! roiigresa at Washing- , y I3, ,JZ1, " wl" not "J
, Ihe t.Mnrf rounly ilurtnc tlm ' 'lrr Commandcry, .s K i ln" " ' (lur,nK ""' ltt"1 '-lon of th" Parties to tho action Jn t
t,ftrfitt east f thn t'aaradn 'i'V Ward. deir-gatr.. Hitnit'li "' "" lJ21 ""''"" W mako rn-'mal complaint, but under the
Heaaiiim and I nam round iiiat npir v. h a M J i: lirat ' ' '" ""' ,r"",l eoun-
li rond lion of hualnraa. taking ,lin U'leote. Klamath ldr No "" '"", m"m,"'r "f tlm tribe After
.... .... ' Irin ax.i..1. l tlll.. a as
Ilk nile into ronawerailon. u Van i.man. d)galn. ' .mime.i, oir wrx win
ikaalar ' Improvement Krrp Alahoa . ttnir, ) i: H Vo ci m "n,w"r 'l'""""'!" flallvo to the mat
lit ime faith that hat n thn Katie 'i.. ri.irnttlr mtron,,,,r' K"n ln hl" r,',,'r, w,'lc'' ''-
tll In lh pat In your own rum "J ! B Iknrr. rrjriMiiiir pa.
nulir ' .""n
Itith ""r" Ihr wonla Uad t " ' iaa la in Hoaliln l,m
"Aa on of r'iur illi'nnt'a arnl to
tho national rnpltal to ronf.'r with
Int.-riitato tminorc.) commlMlon for
tatttiaina and I hato fl)nd that ' hptT No J'. HAM J f. Ilrat ' ,"'M ' '''" "rlt to ,h" t,,",l cun-of n Intf-rcnted party, accordlnic to
U. rond lion of liu.lnr... ukUlK '" OI...C. KUn.au, li: M. '"""' wmlr of tho trlhe After tho llle of .b
hunrlnc by tho coinrnlmtlon.
Tho complainant mentioned ore
tho I'ortland Traffic and Trannporta
tlon (uaoclatlon, and tho Medford
Commercial club, both aKalnm the
Houthern Pacific railway company
and tho director general of railways
Tho hearing I not for July 13,
1921, at 10 o'clock a. m.. In the Mer
chant ttrhani;.' building, San Fran
cliico, before Commtailoner Clydo B
In a letter to the chamber of com
merce. IlUhop and Ilahler. the San
KrnncUco rato attorncya who repre
nented the Klamath Fall commercial
club In th beginning, but were re
cently replaced by Teale. Minor and
Ciul prr,l.lt of th. ri.i - """ Kunda, .r,. m,..,.,. ., b, ,nP '"""' "' '" '"""r depart-
Uoa.. bank, at Iho banning of ' ' ' r f l'.um Mr "".. coWr..f iho Tnllr-d
,oafr,.or. .lib Manager Lay of v '"' ' .! morning ,,, h.a h """ "" "'"-" ,0 -'l"lt of
. fedr.al rr.B bank, of ,. " '' 4 4 h. re "'' ' "''-' proaecu.e
T.a.fh d..i.lti in lUn Pr.n Who, ..,,.., .m ,,.,.. ,., '.im.l.eoM, the court of clalma
i. -ben Mr Hall .en, ,e,e "" -.ln r.. ;'"'"';" "'""" " a",h?.r Tl
" of In, arl nf rrinvri.Ma utinrrivi.tl Mnv
frr Ike t'u'MMi nf finding out h
k reefal ee.inomlr altuallon aa
Wr Hall relumed laat hlgtil fr.,in
ill If p and al ontn rr4irle Hie tub
UB' " bia flail with lltn fe-ln.l
tMH . ffl'era lo the lllfecluia
Ik ) .' '.allunal bank at Ihi-lr
rr(Ur monlhly meeting laat nm
Wr Hall alatrl that al the I
Ml vf 'be Han I'ranriarci fntiltirn,,
U rf xlarly lik up I lie t'r'
2: l2o and in wTUri It ponalblo
Hi' t rfini'Oa) Irglalatlon aa ulll.bea
rfil the Klamath Indiana.
I tieg her.'Hllh, to make the fol
io.. ng n.port With reference to the
iurMiti nf I tie attorneyship matter,
the riitiiinunlratloni addrrftaod to thn
'ihMiiuin'r nf Indian nffalm and
Klamath is Leader
In Prosperity Says
Visiting Auto Man
Tour cities, Klamath Falls. Hend,
f'-ndl'-ton and Marhfl"M. am the1
only place where bimlneaa 1 re-'
vlrliiR and conditions are near thn
normal stato previous to the war, i
at least that Is tho way that Harry
Morrison finds It in his business '
as an auto salesman. ' I
Mr Morrison finds that tho auto-!
mobile game In this city Is bettor
SIMS ASKED TO
DKN'VKtl, Juno 10 - Tho rocall ot
Admiral Sims from London and his
dishonorable dlschargo from tho r-
.M ( LI. l. .L - .
Ihnn nn. of ., U .!... .1 V. "" Wl mo irilMUM-
has been this spring and 8Umrnor! tlon " "" b erectly uuoted,
and 1. now seek.ng an e,t.MI,".l"p?T0?de? 1, ? PW"
mont to locate hero in the business. I of he r ," , t" a,nnU,a' 'Tl
Mr. Morrison added that no eom-1 "" 7f d" """l6"1
plaint should come from tho local' f th Amerlcan r.tlon of labor,
business men when at other place,., LONDON', Juno 10. Hear Admiral
condition arc not one-half a, good 8m' reply to Secretary Donbr's re
quest for an explanation of bis speech
hero Tuesday expresses 81ms' opinion,
that some parts of tho speech, to
which objections were taken, had
been garbled In the rebort.
Sims declared ho said nothing Tu-
i csday night that he had not said be-
-. j ... . tore, both In speeches ln tho United
Tuesday. Juno I, at 8 o'clock In statM and , booV.
tho clubrooms of tho Klk lodge, .
Flag day exercises will bo held to WASHINGTON. June 10. Secro-
properly colebrato and honor tho' tary Denby Instructed Hear Admiral
flag. Ideals and principle, of froe-'gml, ye,terday to advlso tho ftry
dom for -which tho Cnltod SUte 'department Immediately by cablo as
land out consplclouily among tho,to whether ho was correctfy quoted
nations of tho world, and tho ser- press accounts of an address bo
vices oro to bp open to tho general made to the English-speaking Union
public. I nt a lunchpnn In London Jnne 7.
A splendid musical program willj Tb secretary's action was takea
a they are hero. Tho larger cltfcc
In tho north aro In very poor clr
cumstanccs, ho states.
Elks to' Celebrate
Flag Day, June 14
1 ' r- . .
I be tl.rrl'hc
mruiiire Ui rilg' I al
kkk a-.ll with tho local nlll an., llle r, ,,.,,,, m.I(,r. brul(h,
UX .Sooa f.rtorlr, H.lhr hr ll(l ,h(.m , ,,,,,, ,,,,
Btrktl I r their product and Ibe (Q
ttUUi. .hlch fho (r.l.f rr.n.J The plan, for the Uoddr,, of Ub
l0k r-0 the queatlon of flnanrlBg, ... ,, ....hll-, , ,h ,nmm.
Ilaai .ben Itiant
Winl Itlc Ixmiii
' Among the Inatructlon authoriz
ing ua aa the duly authorized repro
entatlrea of the tribe, w.i were ro
queatrd to ak for a loan from two
ere .ciubl ... ,. ... ., ... , ., .to flte million dollan. from the gor-
V.t.t.r ur .i one re,mwndd , Ututf Hurlnlrndent Writs of thn """""n'- lrt lun,1 PProprl
tkit (be bank, .hould ronllnue to Mr ,tb,,.,0nteered.lthltob.,,,", by congrrM. ami to be relmbun,-rtr-
the ItK.I induatrlra -birl.'t.-r, ,u uU r,ro of lbp rh,idren ' "' from lho "lr' " ,""b,'1r1 a,r'",djr
k, a market for Ih-lr Product. ' do ,,, , afr,nKO ,hn ..,,, .old under contract, exuding over
.- -ffe, -.h.t-.rr eneour.cr , ,, ,npm ,.rtle. .ere ...r l"1"! J " "''" "
...I lb., Ibey could ... auch lb Mlaullou,rrn ,hree be.ng .et W' '' ' ' "ner .met n.To
tftttritt I .. . . : .. ,,n ,. gon senator and congressmen, also
. .. . . "W" '"r ' "' " .' "HI- the interior department, and
Tk. tabklng .nd .nduatriM . tMi ,,o. to, fir... ond and .bird J J" ,,,, not
in tun wvmn rrMr iun prilr MAJUr n urj anu ii -i
thn .mr..tar of lho intrMor. loKoihr Wlnfn-y. of I'ortlaml, wy:
I ..... . ... - !.-.. ... . ' m -
.. t.m at win. "i-ir r-pllea givea such arcurate o understand (tho San Frnn- ( o ronuerea upon this occasion and after Senator McCormlck, Republl
, fJu, information that I. herewith, attach ; Cisco hearing) to bo a continuance of ia pPort of tho musical committee ' can, Illinois, had called on tho secre-
dnnn during the session of congrees
U rnlrrr.) Into and Manager ! , Manning are to tale rare of the sr- ..... i ii ln that It
r.Pitrd thai tho Unka o lt.r ..on of the speakers, and to Ar havo ,, t0B,M.
JV' 'f dw ,,,c," "-!rM Wl.hard and Fylllng brother.: ' h- npM ,0Ion
Otloe ,bul not so good, wire tb the full dutlra of decorating the city I
Uakt and lh general tnd.iitrisl' The dde of Uberty contest Al)0U, ,h( ,0lh of rci)nlary 1920.
Itsatiot, in eastern Oregon. Wash . ,Boouncd and the fart that four ,,,,,,. wlh ))ftch 0,hcr. we
Hitoa and a small portion of north ,,8Ur oung ladle, .rre alread) ,.,,,,,.,, tnn, ,h incoming ad
tra fallfurnia where mon y .s enl-red .a. itrreir.1 with applau.e m(nU.faon intended calling an ex
Kr due lo no oporalluin ft lb The announremrnt was mad trx ,M,lon f congress during the
lidaitrtra nor lntllutlons sbers ,0lea and ballot b"e, ere in the fi ()f Aprl, , ,holJj rornaln
MJfolla treated a surplua or In-1 following place lte Tafe. Jewel Washington to fe If something
H'l nf money Into cimiUMnn Cafo. IHuo Ulrd Cafo. Club afe. Star )m ))olip 0WarJ, haying o bill
Wkll. ih altuatlnn was lry.nr In irug Store The Hmkp cigar store (n,r0lluc, ,) passed looking to
let, ttalra mentioned abom liere Whlto Pelican hotel. I'aatlme llllllard wr(1)( ,ni, (lu position of our large
no acuta suffering, nor fa it" paror and fndcr.uod lrug rompa- ,mlirr r,.,0iir-'i and also for the pur
lor alarm thn situation was b-tn-,nr, ' ,his,. of assisting In tho attorneyship
IC to break aa Industrtr-i M.re "How many tote have ou ( .lumtlnn which was peii'lliK before
ly starting to operao their ' for that Goddess of l.lberlr?" a ; th Interior department.
'" 'a slogan adopted to assist in pushing j ..A,1r Mr. Hall and Mr Itlddlo
Mr Hay expressed hi belief that ' thn contr.it i left. 1 set about trying lo formulnto
Klicuth rounly Induilrlea would, Another meeting will take plare , pa t0 r,Mch the reiiulromenta
tollnun lo ftourtsli and the local Monday nlKbt at " dork In the lte ( )f ho j.,,,,,,, tll)nni,
llMUon becnuin bolter, aa Ihero Cafe when report of the finance Hi.irrrnliill Hrlpful
2 mill In oneratlon. the box ' ,nn,ittiitra .ill b Kln Manager, .. ,,. (,tl() ,ad many confer-
'ftnrlr worn running and a mar- Mronald U rushing the rommttiees. wMx s,,milrM McNnry and Stan would havo bwn In stronger position
calling now for the first ' for he want, actum, not onls. ' '!,!,. congressman N. J Slnnoti , if t wen a formal party to thi com-
e fr liiml.er products ! ,nr, !who showed wllllngnesa to nsslst at j.lulnt. It I unlikely that local ropre-
M' Hall ivtiorlr.t oibrr inatleri ! ll iimes. and gladl) devoted nucli sentatlves will be denied a hearing
fflut iho banking altuall n to tlm ., , Hmo to our cuuse Hut owing to tne
"! t directors relatlro to lh COltrUy S UOTIlc) , fll,t that having Introduced UHI W
'! condition und after Hint rem ,' Cnv Doitnan Must I year, providing for tl prorating of
"Re matter b.,. i.l nine.. ' . . rnr I it... iimiier IiiiiiU aliioiig the lliaiaiia,
... ....., ..,- , f 1.. Xss M 191 III.1II J III ' . . .. i
nn.l haliig H repudiated i wime '
lo 11 membor on tho first of ...... ... ... I tho members 'f tho trine: mwreprt-
tho case In which Klamath Falls In- '" be made to Kxalted Kulcr Hay-Jtary to urge disciplinary acUon
terosui wero concerne.1 and which the ion nnu secretary H. E. Momycr Ucalnst Admiral 81ms because of rof-
commlsslon heard at I'ortland, Ore
gon, January 18, last. The name or
your organization does not appear,
however. In tho attached notice."
Following tho I'ortland hearing
and failure of Klamath Falls to be
represented, with tho result that rate
reductions woro received with gener
al dissatisfaction here, there was a
conferenco hero of Medford, Port
land, San Francisco, Sacramento and
Klamath Falls Interests, with the
I'ortland seemed satisfied w,lth
rates secured nt the January I8th
hearing, but San Francisco, Medford
and Klamath Falls were not satisfied.
San Francisco's demand for a re
opening of the case Is said to account
for the coming heating and no doubt
Influenced tho choice of San Fran
cisco as tho place of hearing
The notice of hearing Is dated
June 1 On May 24. tho secretary of
the chamber of commerce here for
warded tho local request for rehear
ing, It Is understood, tho delay being
caused by tho change In attorneys
and necessity for the new firm to fa
miliarize themsehes with the situa
tion. Naturally, the petition would
hardly have been received In tlmo to
securo formal representation for
Klamath Fall nt tho hearing. If the
commission desired to grant the re
quest. While several persons have ex
pressed opinions that Klnmnth Falls
tomorrow. Tho exercises Tuesday
will .according to tho committer at
work upon thorn, surpass any that
havo been 6lven In tho pail. Tho
Elks are asked to attend ard tho
general public Is extended an earn
est Invitation to take part In this
patriotic program. The musical pro
gram will bo made public as soon
K. of P. Will Hold
Klamath Lodge No. 99. Knights of
Pythias, will hold Memorial services
for deceased member Sunday at the
All resident and visiting Knights
are requested to be at the castle hall,
I. O O. P. building at 11 o'clock,
from whenco they go to the Presby
terian church, where services will be
gin at 11.30. Itev. Arthur Price will
preach the sermon.
The services are public and all are
invited to attend.
Mother of Draft
Dodgers Pays $23,00
PHIIAOELPHIA. June 10 Mrs.
Emma Ilcrgdoll today paid a fine of
123.000 for conspiracy to aid her
on to escape tho draft. Ily payment
of the flno she escaped a year's Jail
OHKGON Tonight and Saturday,
fair and wanner.
rear, every member w. present '''" ""'"" " """" ' " ," " ' sen.lntt consensu., of opinion to them.
10 "r lho banking report They receipt of a ' legra... r.m J" , ,( ,,,, .,, ,)Iir.M1M of th.'.blll. oho
Hmrle, ii.ii, o I), llurke. ermai. . b'-'f "-;' i"rpU' 'T", I ,..wliiK euch marked dlsruM-ect o
' A. Gordon, a P. Htono. Hlla- court In ihs u.i f l"-K B4"1" ' ,h-lr representatives that they did
Enchain. i.',e.i 0ei.ii..ei, v Kl.itiinHi county. '! "'"'" ' " . ,,.,.1 i,Ulfled III Introducing any
" 'l trviiiMifti - .. i .. i. ikd nVirrtll
Partial Storms Have
All Blown Over
Another chanter In I lie. cbecillier-
'1 rareor of Vlolu HnrrltiKlon und
'r husband, "Wilbur llurrlngton
"ozed y.wterduy when throo com-
r'",n, Kalnt Harrington wero
'lhdrwwn by his wife Tho Mar-
""Kioiis havo not had n poacoful
'reo. on May SO Mr. Harrington
"led charges alleging non-aupport
'"'nil her huibnnd, on May SI on
H'tull nnd batlnry charge, and tho
nio clmrgea again on May 38.
Yesterday tho "thorns" wore, ro
nored and tho coitpU will try to
ll poacfnlly from now on, a
'un Judge Gaghagen of that In
tlon whoa tho charges woro with-
.. .. a u- nv.trrlll-
;rl"-r. 8. H. Martin. II M. Moe. which after sotting "...-" ,,. nt lirwi.nt,
- W. Vanniro nnd Charles Moore "' of Dourtat... .I,.inurrr. ' ,111WI1B H4, ,,
!i ...imilniiiiis. ns iiiiI'lMlien ' " .. .....,.,.. . ,.
"' .. .. ... it,..i '"""" '
Associated Pn'M inpi"- " - rollll ot got a strong o"
Herald. W.'dnesdiiy. Hwi" ()f ,,, tentative draft of n
Hint tlm court also I i ""' """
. ...1.1..1 ... tr. iiiiii be
Kn wurt not enuiK-n "
ha already received, which w.. col-
Ktwl from the levle of 1913 and
"liumm fa received PP"""""'
to 172 000 for building tho M"'
s rent courthouse nnd hi manilaim."
a o. U un altompt to compel lho
iren.urer to PV IS0.000 moro for
which ho hold, a """' wh0
(,. v. mono, local attorney, who
w a..ocllM with Hrl.oj. A.n-
chief counwl for Dougaa In most
t WTtS "ani'lOM
fund from which tbo Dougan pay
mont wo drawn.
bill nt prwent. and until n strong
,tile. ACPiiriiiiiKU" '
omo buck and nee If 1
bill I pre
sented to thorn. However tney t-x-
pressed th.'insolvee noing '
to introdufo tho hill If I InaUtod.
"This hill provides In tho main for
, salo of all of tho tribal timber
(Continued to Page 7)
awWV-J' J.V1irl ' ris--rrr'
Alleging desertion. Carl T. Kab
nor ha. Instituted suit for divorce,
"rom J"o Kabner. In tho circuit
court. PPr bclnc od yesterday
afternoon by tho plaintiffs' attorney.
rOHTIiANIr AIDS PUB1UX)
POIITLAND, Juno 10. Mayor
nakor wired ,1500 from tho com
munlty chest tor tho rollof of
Pueblo flQOd suff'jwn.
READ THE HERALD FOR NEWS
OF DEMPSEY-CARPENTIER FIGHT
Tlu-l' belting a to t in New York that D.-mp-ey will win the
big ; flilrt Jit) (It). Jul) '- Ntur..ll AimTlcnn, bock the
Aim-rlciin .VmiiwiiIct. Im the .lUmtches do not tailloito any lack
.. J Vk-SL.asi(lj Ills' 11111 .
Tlut DemiM'.UirH.ntl.T MHIc for world' cl;unipionslli H
Hi.' l.lKKv.t .'v.-.it of wir. In Hw l"'t world. Inside- siHirtluK c r
rtrw MM "t Jery '"' Ls talking of It and attomptlnK to pick f.e
wiiiuer. .... .. ...
Ktiiul The HKHAI.U'S Mrt pngo for liwldo dope on the flr."
ers. A ."riw of H hM authorities on lKxlnK' ln Anwrictt am
ilniiy coniribulow to tho Ki. .... ,..
johvnv kiIiIiam:. tho ,lwra0lRVvTPlTllOUlT nrvi
uho Iiilm held tlio title for nine year; M.W HAI.TII.VSAH, lil-,
5YI Kit. H. II. WlllTXr.Y and K. M. TH1KIUIV. fomous xs a
Mtort wr tor before ho won world wl.lo too n.n u war crrt.
Snt, art. wrltlnR tho news from tho tr.UnlnR cumw cfiK-clal-ly
for Tlio Herald.
tiii'i.' linilK dealt with tlio game from a feminine viewpoint.
M) A.lTKHl'lKl,l. K. 11. 1HOOIN8. 1K1IUIAN SMITH and
HOV OHOVK, crwnlt. and BOll lMJUMAN, nitort photoKrnpb-
w ,no lUwaV" V ' but,on At ,n0 r,K ,e ,n4nuU, fUrnU"1
Irne to life, and up lo the minute drawing and photo.
IU'sUUv. this MHclal senlce. The IIKIU1.D ha arrangod for
rln.hlk,nUHrt July JSby ASSOCIATED 1'ltESS.
TJnUI July 1 Tlio HKltAIJi la nuiklng a nrnvlal rate on Hub
wrlpUi n.H four dollan. iar, In advance, by maJI within Kla
nwth county; five d.Haw n year by carrier, and five Uollaw by
trvUl outoliltt KlanuUh county.
Tlio IIKHAI.D MIU on tho street and on newiwtands for five
oontM a copy. . , .
8lt naUonal and local bows, beioo tho biff -port feature and
a contptote lino of locl .port new that you can get nowhere ex
wpt tn Tho IlBHAliD tt job ore one of tho few who are not
rtiaiM The HERALD rcsjuUrly, start today.
. - , , . ii n mnfrwY
jjwtfl. I'frriTl If f I ..--.-.--..-..-..,
orenco to tho Irish In this country
attributed to the officer In reports ot
the speech. McCormlck also called at
the White House to ask that the mat
ter bo brought to President Hard
"I havo read with amaiement,"
Secretary Denby said In his message
to Admiral Sims, "certain extracts
Trora a speech purporting to have
been made by you In addressing the
English-Speaking Union." Tho mes
sage then quoted tho press reports of
what Admiral Sims said about Irish
In tho United States, "somo of them
naturallied and some born there, but
none of them American at all." In
cluding the assertion that "they havo
tho blood of British" nnd American
boys on their bands for the obstruc
tions they placed In tho way of the
most effective operation of the allied
naval forces during tho war."
"You will Inform the department
Immediately by cable." Secretary
Denby concluded, "whether or not
you wero correctly quoted and made
such statements at tbo tlmo and place
On leaving the White House, Sen
ator McCormlck declared that tho
Admiral's address, which was dellv
red before the Engllsh-Spcaklng
Tnlon. was "disgusting and un-American."
Admiral Sims was quoted In press
dispatches as having said thero were
many persons In tho United States
who technically wero Americans,
"but none of them Americans at all."
They "are Americans when they want
money." the admiral said, "but Sinn
Felners when on tho platform."
Fred Martin, aged 60 years, was
stricken yosterday attornoon by par
tial paralysis whllo driving through
tho city In a covered wagon. Ho
had reached a point Just opposite,
tho White Pelican hotel when sud
denly bo becamo blind and fell
from the wagon scat to tho ground.
Spectators of tho accident wont
to tho ussistanco ot tho stricken
man and removed him to a nearby
rooming houio whero modlcal at
tention was given him. Martin sta
ted that ho and n partnor left Iteno
last weel: bound for Portland but
his partner stopped on tho roud.
VI K l.G COMPANY WILlj
1WN TWO OHOOtatlBS
Tho Viking Orocory company,
which has purchased the store form
erly conducted by Vllliam Allen ot
ShlDDlngton. announces It will com
bine Its two 8hlpplngton stores la
tho Alien store, which is now being
remodelled. Tho opening will take
place somo tlmo next week.
Tho grocery in the Duena VisU
addition will be continued, tho
Shlpplngton store operating m .