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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
IF OLD CUIUS COLUMBUS HAD DELAYED HIS DISCOVERY A FEW YEARS
The Evening Herald
K. JT. MURRAY ... ..Editor
VRSD SOULH .City Editor
Pnbllahod dally except Sunday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street
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Entered at tho postofflco, at Kla
math Falls, Ore., for transmission
through tho malls as socond-class
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to tho uso for publication ot
all nows dispatches credited to It,
or not otherwlsa credltod In this
paper, and also tho local news pub
WIONK8DAY, OCTOI1KH 12, 1021.
Plans for remodelling and odd-
modern 'features , to 'tho Ar
cade hotel are being made' by 'Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Kemp, who took
vie the management of the' ho
tel;' yestorday. Mr. and Mrs.
tt A. Komp eamo here from'. Ban
Francisco and hare had many
years ot hotel experience ,
Taojr wore .surprised, toVflnd, In
aty of this site a hotpl with, so
auy modern, features 'and they
alan improTomenta that will make
It fas attractive family hotel, where
tfce. best class ot service; will 'be
HTn at rates within reach of the
average patron.. , I . ,
(The first change contemplated Is
tho furnishing, 'ot the ladles rest
and reading room on the first
floor. The Toom will "bo carpeted
sad cozy fnrnlturo Installed. A
-stalrwny will bo built to tho ladles
mecxanlno lobor on tho first floor.
TWs will anply provide for, the
comfort of the women guests ind
Is the first step toward establtsk
llaklng a comfortable home atmos-
The house has 47 comfortably
furnished rooms, steam heated and
quipped with hot and cold wateV
and built-in wardrobes. Tho new
BLanageriTcontemplate 'the Installa
tion oTViiamber, ofprlvaHTbjilhs;
Freajfcaa servlcolta,Bd-irjbm the
depot Is .a feature sof tho Arcade
service, Tuiopnono Dooms, ana an
up-to-date news stand will be part
of tho new' service.-
"Wo plan to give this hotel the
rank to which its size, comfort and
fireproof features ontltlo It," said
"Nothing will be spared to .make
our guosts comfortable'. Wo have
a hotel here that would' bo a credit
to n town five1 times1 as largo- as
Klamath .Falls and we expect to
establish a service in koepInR with
the modernity of the houso."
Chris Blanas, owner ot the 'Ar
cade, has relinquished entire' control
to Mr. and Mrs Kemp and stated
today that ho would devote his at
tentlon .to building up bis transfor
ii THE LD3EHTYr j ' , l ' I. B. Kosteraon passed through
Although"' "Little Italy,' Alice I town yesterday by. automrfbllo. .. 'Mr.
Bradys latost' Mcture"play, la the t Kestorson fo'rmorly operated o mill
story of life In a typical Italian com
munity of thrifty, hardworking truck
farmers near a great city ma'rkot, a
community In which the women
usually lead very simple, restricted
.lives, the star is nevertheless given
excellent opportunity to display her
.In .the opening scenes she appears,
at Ivan. ,
C. B. Lough of tho Butto Valley
Land company ot Macdocl spent yes
terday in town.
Bach model of Victoria
FOR SALE Winchester 30-30 rlflo
&t halt prlco. Cll Roosevelt,
IF YOU HAVE a position for a young
lady in your office, storo or shop
call G1GR. 12-15
A OOOD BED and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th. near Main
St., and 741 Walnut Ave. 12
WANTS TO LOCATE SOME
OF THE ALLEN FAMILY
J, R. Nelson, of Sparland, 1111
nols, wants to locate the Allen fam
ily; who lived In. Klamath - Falls
about ten 'years ago. The children's
names were Allco, " draco,, Pba'rj,
Dorothy Ruth and Robert. IIo says
that if any ot them will .write he
daughter of the wealthiest farmer in University Model now on display. wiANTED To reht-Undorwood typo
tho neighborhood, a glri high-spirited, Evdry school need-a VicifbIa!ioK writer. Arcade hotel. Phone
impulsive; crude, overdressed. Next be up to data. -School .OTfaBa 'ttjtv immimmmmmmil.
as the .belle jot the little colony, the .tag tho avw Portable and,
she U shown as the bride of her we hare traded 'In on. piano W
wKnlthvcountrvinan. and an elabor- inltablo foiv the asaaller -dlstrret
ate bridal gown.ampliaslz4s..Ue.AKt'seho6la'rrom fl6 tw f15"'aid,'7fc
'that noVmoney la belag. spared to good condition. A years time will
.m"ake her, woildlng the most gorgeous, be extended on; any' purchase fdr
thnt has over secured In "that com-.countv "achodla. ' . l J
hiunlty. ' t- Teachem are invited to visit otsjr(
"Little Italy" plays. at the Liberty' display whether in need of Music
theatre lonlght. " ' or not and securo your copy 'of "'Tho
IVIctrola in tho Rural Schools" and
DORRIS PERSONALS. other literature along the line of(
-rv.nntfl r.i rv. ti rr., a,,..' music -appreciation, juakli Diitsr-
t. dn1lrJin I. tho nim rhrwen rJ'ERD CO. 607 Main St.
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oy Margaroi ivorwin una Airs m. u
FOR RENT Cosy' bedrooms; bath
and phone, board it desired. Uso ot
garage, Phone 240M or 240R. 12
that Breier & Petersen Buy
Underwear Direct From the
Manufacturer; by the Carload
' jsaasssstaw l - mimLmmm mm
Well, ioritytojres sell several auito of
' underwear duringthe year, we like to up- -
- ply -you with underwear.
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We have .Unioh Suits of cotton from 75c
Lo Air Wool for $4:50.
'Y'We do1not have any Silk Underwear,
2 We have Double Blankets of Cotton, from
$2.6 up to $.10.35 for All jVooli f,; j
v We have Men's .Suits from $16.50 'to-
$31.50, or we take, your measure for ia'Suit I
rAit ry ooi rroip a.uu io av. vu. w rt -j
r-? Towels 50c petj dozenJ U 4 !
We buy "for less, do we'seirforless 4
Breier & Petersen
X from First National Bank
WANTED A family of oxporlfocod
farmers to do farm work. Prefer
family with equipment. Apply at
ranch opposite Miller Hill school.
FOR SALE 4 room house with ,Wth,
. 225 mostly Rhode Island Rod liens,
1 cow, $800 worth of furniture All
for f 2.860. Sll Roosevelt. 1214
FOR SALE Four room furnished
house, garago, 225 hons, Joraey
cow, price $28G0. Also new four
room unfurnlshod houso, prlco 1C0
Attractlvo terms. Wisbard-Wood-Dentley,
121 N. 8tb street'. 12-18
FOR REkNT 200 ncros alfalfa pas
turo. C. J. Bradbury, 1' mile oast
of Wilson Drldgo. . 12-1C ,
Sherman for their Uttlo confectionery
and light' lunch parlor recently open
ed In tho building formerly owned by
W.m. -Dexter at tho corner" of Thjrtt
and; California streets.
I pr,,and Mrs. Oerald F., Warren,
woro 'Klamath' Falls Visitors 'Monday
evening returning home on Tuesday
Merchants of Dorrls have, entered
into an agreement wherebythy will
close their places of; buslnss kt a
uniform tlmo evenings'. ' All Sundays
and principal, holidays will ilsio he
observed. The, hour chosen for eve
ning closing lsl'7.30.
R, J. Young of Macdocl drove to
Dorrls yesterday afternoon to trails
act business. Mr. Young contracted
,to. finish tho pleco.ot road south from
n'ray In the Weed-Klamath Falls
highway and has tho link practically
has news of Interest to commun- completed and ready for travel. Tho
Icate to them. Mr. Nelson may bo. Macdoql and, Dorrls chambers of
reached in care ot the, D & D de
partment, Chicago, Rock Island and
Pacific railway.. I
Teachers Exhibit nt Earl Shepherds.
comrnerco are financing tbla piece ot
Mrs. E. C; Pratt, who conducts the
.post offlco' "nt Mount Dome, wns a
Dorrls visitor -yesterday on business.
. NEW TODAY
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FOR SALE Oennlno leather . up
holstered mahogany rocker. Phono
FOR RENT 40 acres good fall pas-
ture. Inqulro of, Henry Cratt, R.
.1, Klamath Falls, Oregon. 12-13
.WANTED 2 or ,3 good milk cows'
if or their- feed -.this winter, must
be fresh or freshen this fall. Henry
Cratt',' R, 1, Klamath Falls. 42-13
FOR SALE Ono Sprlnfleld rifle.
L good shape,. price S2G.00. 901 Roso
EOR RENT Furnlahod room for
gentleman. Hot and cold water.
506 9th St. ' 12-16
FOR RENT G room mpdern house
. on Orescent street unfurnished.
Inquire 111C Lincoln after five.
1 The regular meeting of tho St.
Paul's Episcopal Guild will bo hold
at tho homo ot Mrs. P. A. Albertson,
Pelican' City on Thursday afternoon
at 2:30. It Is hoped all members
wIlLbo present. '12
HALL; EVERY WEDNESDAY
Admission includes war .tax andnthe
dancing. "Ladies free, war tax 5c. Bestmtisic in town.
Houiton-Filz Syncopated Orchestra
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will tell you that it is one of the most dramatic master- Ii
pieces ever shown in this city. .
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I ,1r .Store nightwhen you may be preiehted with one of the , '' , '
III " AV Kttenn valuable gifts given free to Strand patrons.
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