PAQR TWO TUHSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1031. THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON The Evening Herald . MURIUW. mn socle ... ,..Kdlnr -City Editor Published -ally except 8unday, by Ei Horald Publishing Company of amath Falli, at 119 Eighth Street. BaUred at the poitotflce at Kin math Kails, Ore., tor transmission through the malls socond-class atter. MKMIlKWoF Tin ASSOCIATED pki:bs. The Associated Pre la exclusively fentltled to the use' for republication Ot all news dispatches credited to It, r tint nthnrwlsa crodltod In this paper, and also the local nows pub lisher horcln. 3H7 MAIN ST. TUESDAY, AUflUST 2, It3l. Renewed Loyalty Pledged by K. of C. (Continued rrom rago 1) InjuiAnTiriririri' --------------- Knights' nntl-tuberculosis campaign. Besides which, a committee of n&tlonnllv known educators was present, ho said, to lay beforo tho convention plans for tho lmmcdtato launching of tho largest correspond enco school In America to bo con ducted by tho K. of C. for tho bene fit of former sorvlco men desiring technical training. "Let us organize throughout tho land an army of Catholic women to co-operata with us, to remind tho nation, that tho war Is not over ao lone as there Is a healablo Bear on the body or .In the mind ot any veteran," ho sold. "By this work we nro not only fulfilling tho terras of tho stewardship wo accepted at the hands of the American public when Catholic and non-Catholic committed $40,000,000 to our care, but we nro doing tho simple duty ot active cltlxens and paying, the debt ot practical gratitude wo owo to our defenders." ' Supreme Knight Flaherty mado public an appeal received from Pope Benedict for tho K. of C. to intro duce American welfare work into Italy, to stimulate friendship bo tweon the two countries and to pro tect the faith ot Italian youth. Ho announced that the Knights would ralso nt least $1,000,000 among themselves to Inaugurate this work In Rome. "Deluded Americans who contribute to barren malicious at tempts to rob Italian youth ot Its falth may misunderstand our mo tives. But even Italian Protestants have asked us .the Catholic, men of America,, to savo thorn from uplift era maintained by American dollars that might be better, expended In re lieving misfortune at homo or suc coring the starving abroad. "Our duty Is plain. It is the first direct assignment that any body of laymen has ever received from the bead of tho church. .Wo havo al ready directed .K. ot C. Commission-1 er Edward L. Hearn of New York to proceed to Home to advise His Holiness on tho Introduction of tho work. In Italy e shall not only carry on American welfare work for Italians, but also for the benefit ot Americans visiting Italy, and espe cially In behalf ot Italians contem plating emigration to America." Mr. Flaherty announced that Mar shal. Foch had definitely accepted the Invitation cf the Knights of Columbup to bo their guest at a great patriotic demonstration 1ft Chicago on November 6. Ho also announced that the K. ot C. had un dertake the publication ot a na tional monthly magazlno, Columbia, to bo dedicated exclusively to Amer icanization history, literature and social service. The magazine, which bad President Harding's endorse ment, has a circulation of 760,000 with its first Issue, bo added. He stated that the K. of C. had definitely declined to Introduce Its organization Into Europo .although Spain, France, England, Denmark and Austria bad appealed for K. ot C. councils. Archbishop Edward Hanna of San Francisco colebrated tho solemn mass with which the convention opened at tho old Dolores mission, after which Mayor James Jtolph Jr., heading a delegation ot 300 promi nent San Franciscans presented Supremo Knight, with the keys ot the city at a public reception In the Cfvic Center, attended by delega tions ot the American Legion, Vet erans ot Foreign Wars, Spanish American War Veterans, O. A. It. and many women's 'organizations More than 20,000 and visitors are for the convention IT'S?;?' . AT OUR REGULAR SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE EVEUY HAT AND 11LOUSB AT ONE-HALF PRICE NO RESERVE I NEW TODAY EXPERIENCED MAN dish washer wanted nt White Pelican Hotel. 2 FOUND Pnlr of glasses, owner may hnve da mo by calling nt this of fice find paying for ad. 2-3 A good bed and n good bath nt Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St., and at Colonial annex, 741 Walnut Ave. All outsldo ntry rooms. 2 FOR RENT Nlco clean furnished rooms for gentlemen in private family, uso ot pnono and bath. 421 Oak, Phone 229-M. 2-S Havo your chimneys, furnace, and ranges cleaned. Roof repairing. Wo guarantee, to make no dirt. Prices right. Call Firo Dopt. Phono 47. 2-5 TO TRADE Ono high grado 1900 four cylinder. 7 speed, friction drive Met car. Anything reasonable. Watch, or coronet prcfored. Inqulro for "Mr. Clark" at Swanscns Barber Shop, Phone 318. 2 ySKD CAWS FOR 8AM 1916 Ford. 1918 Ford. 1920 Allen. 1920 Maxwell. 1920 Dulck Roadster. "Your Credit T Good." EWAUNA MOTORS. -lPu-B9HHv mT7 vMjHvl jKar)tBa I When Dreams Come . True All tho Ice Cream you can eat and good cream too a fold, rich flavor ed confection that tickles your "tasters while It melts" In your moutht Have you tried our yum-yum flavor? It is rapidly coming to bo a favorite among the chil dren who usually "beat tho elder folks to It." 1 Every Ingredient used 1n our Ice Cream Is pas teurized before freezing. Insuring a pure and sani tary cream. Ask for Ice cream mado by Take a Quart Home Today KLAMATH FALLS CREAMERY 1242 Main St. LOST 34x4 M now tiro and rim on road from llentty via Dnlry.. Ho ward If returned to Herald Office or notify llentty Storo, Ilcatty, Oro. 2-4 FOR SALE- OR TRADE Ford bug. Will take equity In small tncomo property. Inqulro Meluy Winters Jowolry Store. 2-4 Taxi and Trnnstcr. Phono G17. 2-1G FOR RENT Cattle or sheop, Cfi acres rich hay and pasture land. C. O. Monoyhum, Ft. Klamath. 2-8 A special salo on used machines, nt tho Slngor Sowing Machine Of fice, 208 Main St. Homstltchlng dono. 2-8 FOR SALE Bargain. 3-room house completely furnished, almost now, Prlco right. Easy terms. Owner. 934 North 9th St. 2-4 Colonial ono room cabins for housekeeping, 11th near Main St. nnd 741 Walnut Ave 2 Reception for R. R. Official Planned An Informal reception has been ar ranged for Charles S. Fco, Southern Pacific general pussongor agent, who will bo hero tomorrow evening. Tho rocoptlon will tako place at tho White Pelican hotel at 8 o'clock. It Is es pecially desired that merchants and business men bo present to moot tho railway official. Mrs. Fco and two daughters will accompany Mr. Fco hero und on to Crater lake. Tho ladles will return horo from the lake, whllo Mr. Feo goes to Medtord nnd on to Pott land. STAR THEATRE Tonight i Norma Talmadge In n dual role, Mipportcd by Eugene O'Brien IN "Ghosts of Yesterday KMfinm hn them been seen on staKe or screen a drama so compel ling, with such general heart Inter est, combined with thrills and suspense. ' TUESDAY Dorothy Gish IN "Ghosts in the Garret" ft ------------- -- ------ -.-,.-. ---.-,.--- ,,, aal AWVWUUUUWUW AAAAAAArAAAVWWWWWMWVWSfrAAAMAAAArVNrAi D n Voyage! To All Summer Hats LA VOGUES' STOCK OF DISTINCTIVE CHIQ HATS MUST BE SOLD TO MAKE ROOM FOR A SHIPMENT OF NEW FALL GOODS ARRIVING SOON. , EVERY HAT IN THE HOUSE AT 1-2 THE ORIGINAL PRICE JERSEY SPORT COATS Reduced to' $4.95 $6.95 AH $15 grade Flannel Sport Coats reduced to $9.50. MWWMWVMrMAMrrrrAW ;r aw & m ST -. "VQ. WN T V XK , TWA AWk Ifflr Jffin TT-' 4 lK - AMw 2JJmmV i n mF3 1J VTr.nik mj SMOCKS All Shades Every Smock in the house reduced by ONE HALF MIDDIES Washable reduced to (HALF PRICE -NWMWiMWMvWMwywww Special Wash Dress Sale JUST THE SALE THE CAREFUL BUYER HAS BEEN WAITING FOR! NOW'S YOUR CHANCE! ORGANDIE AND VOILE AT COST AND ALL OF LA VOGUES' DRESSES REDUCED' MAMAAMAAAAAMAMMMAAArW j MAIN AT FIFTH LESS! MAIN AT FIFTH Htore In Klnmutli I-'aII, ChJco. Orotllle, MnO"vMlo, Hnl Muff iinil ('nrnlnit. mmmm00mm00ft00m COOLEST THEATRE IN TOWN The Strand THEATRE - Formerly tho Mondlo 1130 Main Ht. sjHHMBB--B--HBb-B-H-5 TONIGHT AT THE LIBERTY TOO Late g'0, pSSoI wait untB pate and acba in san Francisco !, . ju.. iu TWtKHIUXG IN TiANE COUNTV ALBANY Threshing Is Undorway in some sections of Linn county. Sov eral outfltB are at work and the grain Is beginning to come In, to Al bany. New threshing outfits aro starting every day and within a few days threshing wlll'be In progress In all parts ot the county. becocaa facorabto dJaewa. Avoid paiofDl. conMqoenoM by taUoc COLD MEDAL JT lilMIIM 1, ! world's sun-aid raessdjr for kMasy, vr, bUdJtr and uric add troubl lbs National Ramcdr of Holland sine 16N, QuarantMd. Throe aisM. all dragglifc CM tftjM. awry -., nECAUSE ot the demand Of tho people wo aro today Bringing back Zano Oroy's great story, "TUB U. P. TltAIL." And to those of you Who failed to see this WONDERFUL STOItY on tho Screen wo can only say Don't miss It this time, as It may be your last chance. And In addition to this Wonderful Picture ,Wo want to tell you about DOnOTHYt ELLIOTT, for this sweet-voiced girl ' will sing about 9 o'clock And her ,songs alone are Moro thafl worth the gato Money, So be there. II. W. P. TONIGHT A thrilling story of tho Illg Woods Constance Talmadge IN 'The Girl of the Tim berclaims" ' A story ot timber cruisers, homo- Jtoadora nnd Una Jumpors ani crooked legislators. Full of actloi and thrills. Also, THK (JUMP CARTOONS Andy and "Oh, Min!" AND "Hall Room Boys" COMKDT A wondorful show tonight. Two shows 6:4G, 9 o'clock. Saturday, special matlnoo for chil dren 12 years and under, admission, one potate: aauits, 16 cents. u Gee, but it's hot! yy I .VSf You won't May that if. you viait the Maze, where it it cool and comfortable and where you can get those delicious ice cold drinks and ices that are so refreshing on warm days, . The MAZE 7th and Main SU. Phone 3177 Pnlrwfflfe : - n nilWIIUuVSJr mm mm " vi ' II IS' lM(..i X , D&.fe ,A'.' K SMS .lW..u L I-.. Bfcff.i mv jCThe exceptionally fine flauor of tiibilla black makes it a dov Isirable tea to use in the preparation of "si Was iced drink. f flu iflH i hi i J i Tm -blJADC3BI Don't fail to read the Herald Clarified Ads. "Perhaps You Don't Know" says the Good Judge How long a little of the Real Tobacco Chew will last. Nor how much gen uine chewing satisfac tion the full, rich' real tobacco taste will give. Ask'any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew. He will tell you that this class of tobacco will give more satisfac tionand at less cost than the ordinary kind. Put up in two styles W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco. RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco r K L ,r . ' Sm - W. i r 4 l ('