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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WKUXfCHDAY, AVOVM 1M, 1MI.
I CALIFORNIA NEWS I
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Siicrniiionto Tlio lire bo lit deer son
won will tut lliu hunt tlio lain torn linvu
uxporlonceil In mivorul yourH accord
Imk to OoprKo Nnnlo, Deputy Htuto
VM mid (liinio Coiiitiilmilotinr. Tim
season now open nloriR tint count
cuuntitloH In proving profit
ublo onn for tlio hounterH, ami
when tlm ncason of tlio liitorlor opens
on tlio rirnt or mix I month, II Ik ox
poctcd to ho J tint hi) good nn (I oven
Imllur In tlio Hlorrus.
flAN KItANCIBCO To ncrnmnuntv
tha Mornxo of hnnns In Hncramonto,
Tlio Htntn llallronil Commission lini
ntitliurliod n reduction from sixty
eight cnnti) to thirty nml thlrty-flvu
contii u ton In tlio handling rhnrgo
Into ami out of earn,
AtltUMIN' Kor tlio flrnt tlmo In
the hlitory of tin fruit hutlncns In
Auburn, tlio 300 enr mark linn boon
passed. This U according to fluurnn
obtained from fruit houses here.
Fruit In still coimIiik In rapidly, al
though tho ptnk of tlio Eastern ahlp
in en U him passed, Tim Inst week ot
July and August worn tho heaviest
of tlio season, from ton to twtilvo cum
leaving this city for sltcht consecutive
I.Ob ANC1ELI.B Thirty-four men
wero arrested by tho police a they
left a Salt Lake railroad frolgbt train
on which thny had rlddon from Han
Ilarnardlno and successfully resisted
efforts of tho train crnw to put their.
off. Thn nion worn tram pi tho
pollco inlil About 20 other enenped
from tlio pollco whim tho roundup
was made hare,
Tho pollen wero notified by tho
railroad train tllspiitchnr nt Dun liar
nardlno thai GO men had boardd
tho train. Hcservns worn callec! out
and surrounded tho train wlwn It
putted Into thn yurdft herd.
l'ATTKUSON KffortM to put Into
effect n Illuo Holiday In I'atturron
wore declalvoly defeated whon tho
voters by a Inrgn majority voted down
nn ordinance passed by tho trustees
closing moving plrtiirn shows and
pool and billiard hnlls nn that day.
HTOCKTON No gnmhtlng of any
form will bo permitted at tha Snn
Joaquin County Knlr to bo luld burn
from Bmnteinhor 12th to l'Jth. Thin
In tho announcement of tho Hoard of
Directors who havo glum public no
tlco that tho tortua of tho untl-gam-bllng
ordlnnncu panned by thn rlly
mniu tlmo no will bo compiled with
In tho aplrlt a well ns In tho Icttur.
l'LACi:ilVILLB That tho consoll
datlon ot tho Lincoln Highway nnd
tho l'lko's I'onk Occnn.to-Ocean High
way from Halt l.nko City to tho Paci
fic Coast will mean tlm morn rapid
construction dun to tho poollnit of
tho flnanccn of thn two organisations
Is tho bcllnf iixprnnsed horn as tho
tlmo for tho annual mooting of thn
1'loneor Trail Association.
HAN FHANCIHCO -Hanks am
blamed for thn prevent forced solo of
cAttlo throi'Khout California which la
uxpoctud to load to a shortngo short
ly, and u consequent high scalo of
prices for went. This In according
to thn weekly market roport of tho
California Cattlemen's Assocliitlon.
OAK1 AND -Mnjor Oenoral Henry
A. tlroeno. L'. H, A., retired, dropped
dcid In tho Alameda County Court
House hero, whnro ho had boon sum
monod for special Jury duty.
HAN FIUNCIHCO Miss Florence
Holon O'llrlon, Bald to havo boon thn
last woman to leave tho Ktoamor Alas
ka uh tho cssol wan HlnkliiK off
Illunts roof recently, was married
horo to Liiwrmco Hlckmnn, ox-llou
tonnut In tho aviation service Iloth
uro from I'ortlnnd, Or.
. Illrkman had been courting MIhs
O'Hrlcn for two years, ha ald. Sho
could not qulto "mnko up" her mind,
alio said, until tlio wreck.
BACItAMUNTO Porhnps Yeo Him
doosn't lay clnlm to nthletlc tonden
Clos, but ho sot a record that local
athlotlCH probably cunnot dupllcuto
with (ih llttlo damngn an Yoo uustuln
ed whon hn jumped 30 foot from a
socond story window of n rooming
houbo In tho Chlnnso quartern on
Fourth strcot Ho wiih iiKlcep when
ho Jumped hut wnti wlclo nwako wheu
SACUAMKNTO- Jack Colander,
B0, In a fight In tho lowor ond of tho
cty, unstained u knlfo wound In thn
right shouldor, below tho collar bona,
which nocossltatod trantmont nt tho
, Calandor told Patrolman Kruruor
and Towors, who took him to tno
hospital, that a "frlond" had struck
htm down to protect him from boing
attacked and boaton by u third man.
A HAR,D PULL
SAl'HAMIINTO -Til.' opprlloi of
the Nw York and nthr eastern Im
porti'iH, forolKii utooiul Jobliurs anil
candy mnntifacturerH to tlm dniunuds
of California almond growers for n
S nud 16 lent tariff on unushellcd
nml ilK'lleil alm'inln has .dnvnlopnd
Into open Marfan1, nrcordliii.' to ad
vlcrii received hern by tho California
Almnml (Irowern Kxchuugo.
HAN I'ltANCISCO W. W. Wow
reportnl to United Htntes official, to
day that 340 rnsoH containing whig
kn) solxed nnd hold by thn govern
ment wero filled with bricks When
returned to him by court orders. Tho
whiskey wax vulued at icvoral thou
sand dollars. It had been Morod at
the sumo warnhoiisn whoro rrcvully
r,U burrnls which had contained whis
key wcro found filled wl'h xv:iior.
SAN FKANCIHCO Thn nn-vrpaper
humorists found much copy In n
speech of James A. Walton, stato
suparlutindenl of thn antl-rlguretto
leagun of California, wherein hi was
quoted as declaring truth Is not pos
slbln for cigarette smokers
Tho nowspapors ascribed tho fol
lowing to Wnlten:
" 'Any man who smokas c Ksrottr
Is Inrapablo of telling thn truth, no
matter how much hn may dcslro Jo
tell tho truth.' "
Queon Victoria, It Is said, prefer
red thin blotting paper, so Hint sho
could tear It up after using it, be
cause Blin was afraid nomo onn might
want tho Imprint of her signature
"Chicken Casey.' tho now Kny Hen
pluy. which will b sunn ut thn Strand
theatre, tonight, Ih tlio latest pin)
from the Thomas II. Incu studios
starring Dorothy Dulton.
.Ml it Dulton uppeurs us un nct
rcit, .Marvls Marberry, who reads a
best seller by a popular author and
decides that sho wants to play tho
leading r.do In n dramatization of tho
book. The part Is that of n girl of
thn slums. Tho author, having seon
Ml m Mnrberry only In very dlfferont
roles, deems her unfit to play the
character. Tho actress takes n unl
quo way to ronvlnco him that ho Is
wrong. Disguising herself as n girl
of tho typo ho portrays, sho contrives
to meet tho young man In thn alums,
nnd so befool him that his downfall
Clinrlns Ounn appear), opposite
Mlrn Dulton n the author. Thn piny
Is atd to bo replctn with comedy
as well us heart Interest.
M).i: i'i.vi: m:vs.
PORTLAND An averngn Incrento
of four pounds of butterfut per cow,
In July last, over thn avcrago ot nit
Oregon cows In tho cnw-tcstlng as
sociations In July, 1920, Is the best
possible proof that association mom
hern nro making real progress In
lowering production cost by "weod
Ing, breeding, and feeding,' de
clared K. II. Flits, In charge of tho
work for tho stnto cologo extension
It's nn Impressive moment In n
glrt'u llfo when n muscullno arm first
encircles her waist.
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Clyde llrudley was In these parts
u fow days ago, getting grain and
ulfnlfn tor tho fair.
L, F (leertson and daughter, Char
lotte returned Friday from tho Lake
'o tho Woods, with huckloberrlcs.
W R. Van Motor or Lodl, Cat.. Is
visiting nt tho Knmun ranch.
An ideal home fuel for oil
cookstoves, oil heaters and J
.oil lamps. Get it at yourl
XOTICK IXV1TIXO I'llOPOSAM TO
I.MI'ltOVi: KLKVKXTII BTRKtrr
FROM SIAI.V STRKirr TO KhML
Proposals will be received by the
Common Council ot tho City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, for making
tho Improvement of Klavonth street
from Main street to Klamath avenue
Tho Improvement to bo mado In
accordanco with tho plans and spe
cifications therefor on fllo with thn
City Knglncor. and In thn otflco ot
tho Pollen Judge, for cither ot tho
classes of hardsurfaclng montlonod
In tho plana and specifications and
In Ordlnnnco No. rC3, ordering tho
Improvement. Tho ranking of tho
Improvement will bo let In one con
tract. Proposnls must bo filed with
tho Pollco Judgo not lntor than 8
o'clock P. M. of October 3rd. 1921,
nt which tlmo and dattj. at tho city
hall In said city all proposals will bo
opened for consideration,
l.'ach proposals must bo accom
panied by n certified check on some
responsible banking Institution cqujil
to f per cent of tho amount of tho
proposal, to bo forfeited to tho city
upon falluro or tho successful bid
der to enter Into contract and bond
for tho faithful completion of tho
Improvement. Tho. right to roject
any and nil bids Is hereby rosorved
In tho Common Council. Tho nward
to tho successful bidder will bo mado
contingent upon tho salo or tho bonds
to bo authorized for financing tho
proposed Improvement. Tho Improve
ment to consist ot grading full width
nnd hardsurfaclncr 40 foot in width.
with cither bltullthlc, concrote, Will-
ho or nspnaitic concrete curbing and
ton fool comont sidewalk.
A. L. LKAV1TT.
ny order of tho Common Council.
A largo crowd gathorod at tha
school house Hundny for tho club pic
nic, Tho club mombor gavo a short
program after which n picnic din
ner won served, followod by a bade'
ball gamo between Lono Pine and
Miller Hill. Tho Lono Pine jyn
won 11 to C, i
Tho Knmnn boys aro heading for
C L. Ilurnott.
Mrs. Anna Ratllff Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Jim Stevenson,
Mm, O. W. Lowln nnd children
spoilt several days lust week with
Mrs. LowIn parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Griffith, at tholr homo In Fee
Miss Phyrno Corum gavo n party
to n number ot frlonds Saturday evening.
FIFTY MILLIONS UHKD FERRY
HAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 24. -Approximately
CO, 000, 000 fores worn
carried across San Francisco bay
during tho year Just ondod, accord
ing to a roport ot tho United Btatos
Inspection service. Tho total was
an Increase of l.r.00,000 over tho
totnl cnrrlod during tho year boforo.
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before 9 OclocK-Your
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622 Main St.
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Murlet Elalno EpooharOt was awarded first prlso In a raby health
ond beauty contest in which hundreds o( Uronx children participated.
Sho also won a silver cup as tho most beautiful child In hw Now YOrk
school. .She Is seen hero with liar mother.
For Sale- Horses !
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fifteen hundred to eighteen hundred pounds. Ages
from fivo to twelve years, mostly seven nnd eight
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