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TUHflDAT, JULY 111, 1M1.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
SUED SOULH -...
Published .ally except Sunday, by
Tfct, Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
Bntered at tho poatotdce at Kla
kMth Falls, Ore.', (or transmission
through the malls at aocond-closs
EMBER OF Tnn ASSOCIATED
The AMOcUtcd Pro a is exclusively
itltled to the use (or republication
f all news dispatches 'credited to It,
or not otherwise credited In this
per, and also the local nows pub
TUESDAY, JUIiY Jtt, IDS I.
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COMPfiTYrOR WfcS MOM e
NUMIS OP SSRVt
I IN HOLDING
, For maturnlt)' nurso phono S92W,
104 9th 8t. 12-13
FOR SALE 1919 Ford Touring,
(our spood transmission sent cov
ers now top, urge slonriiiK wheel,
Demmintahio rims, good tiros, now
paint. A bargain. Klamath Falls Ait
to Co. 224 Main Bt. t
FOR SAUK 1920 Dort! fun. Ins
than 4000 miles in A-l condition
Will take Ford car In trade. Klamath
Falls Auto Co., 224 Main St. 12-1
KcrnUl Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, July 12. Enough
votes are in sight now to ottabto tho
senate loaders to recommit to tho
Nnanca commltteo-of tho sonato tho
soldiers' bonus bill, as requested by
President Harding in his visit to
tho capltol Thursday. A enroful poll
has been taken by tho friends ot
tho administration plan and tho
count ot noses Is that tho admlnts?
tratlon can depend upon 12 demo
cratic votes and two-thirds ot tho
entire republican membership to fol
low tho lead ot President Harding.
The test voto on this question will
not como boforo Monday and will
follow tho receipt of tho special
messago ot tho president on this
subject, which, It Is now planned,
will bo boforo tho senate not lator
than Monday. Tho president Is giv
ing this messago a groat deal o( at
tention and is as yet undecided as to
whether ho will deliver the messago
In person or send it in writing. He
told his friends today that It there
was any doubt as to the significance
o( his expression ho would deliver it HABY CHIX: T ANCHEDS, 300
to tho senate himself and give tha ""? toJ$?
, , , . , , ., " , , and Ilrown Loghorns, Anconas. mack
Instrument hl own individual lnMlnorfa,t u f. npdlt Dut( Orplng-
terprotatlon, so thero could be no tons, Barred and White Rocks. Spec-
Colonial ono room cabins (ot
housekeeping. 11th near Main St
and 741 Walnut Ave.
FOR 8ALEV 4 room mortorn furn
ished huuso. Tonus. tnqulro W.
C. North, Mecca Peel Hall. 12-1 8
FOR SALE McCormlck
practically now. Will
hay. Tol. 342W.
FOR BALK Davis sowing machine,
vortlclo toed Call at roar ot 10.17
Mala after 5:00 u, m. Mt-H
Copying and onlnrglngWlono nt
Stlnson Photo Shop. ' 'J1J '
FOR HEN r , '
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday inul
Friday nights. Terms reasonable, ap
ply to llert McDonald. l-'tf
fl7 MAIN ST.
WANTED House denning of 'nil
descriptions. Wlndilw , cleaning,
floor polishing and vacuum cleaning.
Phone G58J. II, Morrow Jr. " 12-10
ROOMS FOR RENT B0o up. All
rooms aro clean outside rooms In
cluding bath. Home Rooming llouso,
920 Klamath Avo. I,ast houso i.n
right hand sldo ot Klamath uve
Miss narbara doellor wishes to an-
nounco that sho has opened a Marcoll
waving and manicuring parlor on mo
mezzanlno floor ot Moe's store, 12-13
Saddlo horses and pack horses for
hire, to Four Mllo lake and Hague
river points. Phono M. H. Wampler.
Odessa, Ore. 12-30
Tin: VICIOUS CIRCLE
O. S. Ward of the Western Elec
tric company In a steady sort of a
fellow, doesn't bellove in stirring up
thing!), and he sends The Scout his
favorite story illustrating the trend
of the times to start a pessimistic
Movement. Hero it is:
A young French artist sat sipping
his wine. The glaring headlines ot a
dally paper arrested his attention. In
stead ot ordering his second bottle be
called (or his check. Tho headlines
vcf the caper said "Hard Times Are
The Innkeeper, noticing the early
departure ot bis guest inquired if the
wine was not gopd. The artist re
piled: "No, but I must economize, for
hard times are coming."
Tbo innkeeper sought hli wife
whom he Instructed to cancel the ot-
ders (or new gowns, explaining that
"hard times were coming", fc t, this
artist, whose patrons are many, said
The modiste, on receiving tho sad
news from the wife ot the Innkeeper,
immediately decided to delay makirg
the Improvements and extensions to
The contractor, on being notified
ot this postponement, called on the
artist and said: "My friend, hard
times are coming. I cannot sit fur
my picture Just yet, but must wait."
The artist, disgusted, returned to
the inn (or anotner bottle ot Alao to
drawn his sorrows. The paper n?aln
attracted his attentions. Picking It up
he was surprised to find It wan three
Haying Season on;
$2.50 and Board Is
Average Wage Scale
Haying Is on in tull blast, both
In the alfalfa fields ot the Irrigated
district and in tbo dry land grata
hay area, it Is reported, and a
banner crop is being cut
Scarcity, ot labor is reported by
men who aro hiring haying hands,
and It is said that it needs tbo im
portation of at least 100 roon to
handle the crop.
Wages of $2.60 a day and board
are being otfored. Last year hay
ing wages averaged at least $5 a
day and In Eomo instances, whero
farmers wcro bard pressed, $6 and
board was paid.
The haying season merg03 into
the grain harvesting season in
September and from now until Oc
tober the harvest (lelds will' af
ford employment to many work
mistake as to his Intention or de
sires. Oppose Adjournment
While tho administration leaders
In tho senate are confident that they
can recommit tho bonus bill to tho"Jnt M toionui Annex, 7j
finance committee to U held theroAvc' outglde ' roon"-
until thn far Innra hnvn hun ,a.'pati o t t t- r. -AM Mn.l-..
lal rates on advanco orders. ENOCH
chews, scabrignt, uaurornia.
A good bed and a good bath at
Colonial rooms. 11th ncTkr Main st
and at Colonial Annex, 741 Walnut
FOUND Suit caso on Crater Lnko
National Park road, Owner may
havo same by calling at CltTransfor
office, describing contents and pay
ing tor this ad. 12-15
LOST A man's coat and a lady's
Jersey swoator Return loHerald
FOR RENT Two-mum furnished
apartment and onn sWrlUK room.
527 Klamath Aw. Phono 401.
WANTED Woman deslrnn ork by
tho day or hour Pall Oil Wrlnut
St. between 1:00 and 5:0n p. in.
W. O. W., ATTENTION!
An important meeting of tho local
camp of Woodmon of tho World will
bo held Tuesday evening, July 12, at
8 o'clock, in the. I. O. O, F. hall, to
confer with District Manager Pitts,
who Is conducting an organization
campaign hero. All neighbors, resi
dent and visiting, aro requested to bo
prosent. By order of
H. O. SHIDLER,
9-11 Consul Commander.
A classified Ad will Mil It.
AT OIK REGULAR
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
i;'EllY HAT AND RLOUHM AT
ONE-HALF PRICE NO RESERVE
Tho soviet government Is "tha
strongest In Europe," says Washing
ton Vnmtorllp ,thus confirming tho
suspicion that It needs a disinfect
John D.'s talk to bis grandchild
ren recently on his first dollar' prob
ably become most" Impressive when
he held It up so all could see it.
A great reduction in Nefrlgor.itoM
In all sizes. Johnston-.) Furniture Co.
WANTED Clean raw
FOR SALE Furniture, whole or in
part: cheap for quick .il, leav
ing. 142S Crescent Ave. Upstair.
until tho tax laws have been re-' FOR SALE S room modern home
vised and tbo treasury can make its
lomptete estimates based upon tho
now ro venue laws, there aro not en
ough votes In sight to permit tho
recess or adjournments of the son
ato (or any period ot time.
Senator Borah is determined that
thero shall be no recess or adjoun
ment ot tho senato until ho has se
cured tho passage of tbo bill for
frco tolls In the Panama canal for
coastwise shipping which he has re
ported favorably to" the senate and
which be is determined 'shall bo
come a law before, the special sua
sion ends. ,
it seems evident that c thero is a
strong movement on foot in ' tho
senate to give the tax revision leg'
(station the right cf way.
Senator Watson, of Indiana, ono
ot the leading members ot the sen
ate finance committee, is active In
securing this result. His jllan Is to
have a desultory discussion of the
tariff in the senato after it comes
out of J ho finance committee and
as scon as the tax bill comes .from
the house to side track tho tirlff
and make the tax rovlslon the", un
finished business of the. senate. This
plan is Justified in his opinion by
the national demand for now tax
laws and readustment of present
federal tax burdens as well as the
many differences of opinion already
generated by the tariff bill and the
Roomer Leaves With
AU Room's Contents
SaVe Bed, Mattress
Tho Holms apartments at 11th and
In fine sharo. Ono block from Main street wcro visited Saturday
pavement. Oood garage. Furnished or, night uy a vory enterprising guest.
Hnerald.UhCd" CMh r ,Crm'" 1IA Xn ,oct M unknown party liked- the
piaco so won, no annexed iieuuir.K,
Everthlng for the campor Gold pillow and had ho been able It Is
Medal folding cots. Hammocks. I thouRht that ho would have ta"ien
canirn, iiooiv bioti's, anu gwinxn lur
the kiddles. Johnstono Furnlturo Co,
" ' " 13-16
FOR SALE: Four room noiitn fur
nished or unfurnished, hot water, I
lawn and garden fenced, corner lot;
Will consider car In good condition
ae part payment. Seo owner. 3 IH Lin.
coin St. 12
tho bed and mattress, when he 'oft
Tho Helms apartmonts aro opcrit
ed by Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Turnir and
Saturday evening a( man applied fsr
a night's lodging. He waa glton n
room on the street level. Sunday pf
tornoon lato.JKw. Turner, a makli.g
tho rounds ot her room, opouvd the
guest's room and her eyo. met with a
ro?m empty ot all say e the bed and
mattress. Even the water pitcher. wu
missing. So was the guest. No tram.
has .been found ot tha bedding, vul
ued at $30j or of tho thief.
AT THE Liberty
POPULAR SPACIOUS LOBBY
At the Center of
BROADWAY at STARK ST.
Wo suggest yov write, phono
or wire (or reservations
Arthur H. Meyers, Manager
possibility of a deadlock en tho tar
iff -which may carry this struggle aije: Joyce '
Into tho regular session of congress I
which convenes next Decomber. tHE "Ladyot tbo Screen"
0)HU U( IUO IVfUUIIVUU ivuuvun. j w
doubt tho early passage of any TO( ner "Scarab Ring"
tariff bill and desire to get the tax( -.
bill out In front so that it may be- hs an nWful time
como a law boforo the special scs-
slon ends and all business men may tHEHE'8 a murder
plan for the new tax requirements.
AND a mystery '
WHICH you can't solve '
BIT the nice dlroctor "'
HOLVKH it (or you
IN tho lost reel
AND besides that
"The Charm School"
A Oenutae Illuea Chaser
Ho thought ho know nil about
women until auntie willed him a
(Irl'n school. Fifty dainty, dimpled
darlings who thought he was Jutt
The famous New York star) sue
:ess In a whirl ot laughter.
! 'II I lilll iV
Ho who runs may rotid If he suc
ceeds In catching his train.
If people wont compollisl to follow
tho advlco they give, thero would
mooii bo nn ndvlrn famlno,
COOLKHT THEATRE IN TOWN
Formerly Uie Mondals
Play lull! Right on tha nose ul
sver tho fence.
Tho lUbo Ituth o( Pktarw
"The Pinch Hitter!'
Th greatest baseball story aver
filmed, a plcluro every red blood
e(t American will enjoy said John
K.Toner, president of tho National
league baseball clubs. Tbos H. Ineo
production, and a good comedy.
2 Shows 7 and sfe
We Transfer and
"Furniture - n' everything
- baked hjusfifhe
WHO won k
i . . .
THE riding championship
OF the Pacific Coast
RIGHT hero in K. F.
i'UI.LH Bomo regular thrill
IN "Tho White ,'Horsoman."
. . ',.
IS "Tho Spoonors" .""
(YOU know tbo rest) . '
AND last ot all
THERE'S a wonderful seooU
"WATER TralU" -
THATfl -worth tbo prloa
OF tho wholo show.
AND wo popo you'll como
FOR we know you'll like it.
Central Transfer & Storage Co.
Are You Prepared?
FLY-TIME IS HERE
We have a large tock pf SCREEN
DOORS in three design, to fit all
regular door openings.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with hardwood wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
"THEfiEST IS THE CHEAPEST'
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
"Everything to Build With"
Phone 107 Main & Spring Sts
If ItV Loose
We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. ,24 &