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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
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; One of Thomas H. Ihce's Greatest Productions featuring! " , I
;J ORRIN JOHNSON, DOROTHY DALTON, LOUISE GLAUM, RHEA MITCHELL I
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W. K. Oaililca and daughter, Betty
vtamo Into town tcom Engto Hid bo
Tiast ovonlng, and Miss Betty loft on
;iho .train this morning, for" San Frnn-
clsco where she expects to study
.music this winter.,
Ed IlKmlngcjunp left this morning
tor'Portlaml vrliero he will spend tho
.ri-mnlner of tho week attending ,to
WrtSriWUers of business.
r ' " 'Cap.triln 7. Wf-B!pmens., nctlns tin
( tUo capacity -of a director of tho
j Northwcstorn I'a'elflcf Tourists asso
ciation,. ,lef t for Portland this morn-
n'g whore ho will attend a mooting
j K tl tho directors of that body.
' Dri E. A. Fluosmelr, and wlfo, of
.xlsht jtJItri Missouri, aro here for
.a low days as the guests of Dr. Fred
1 "West erf qhit. They are making the
trip by car 'and' will return to their
nome In the past via Portland.,
, Mrs. S. M. Hosiers and. baby Svlll
truturn to their home In Algoraa! to-
r r!ny after wiTPral days spent In a
- It-iaJ aiospttal, due to an Illness ,auf-
.Icrcd hy ,the bsby
lilx-'G.-. Bradley, .of,, tho qallfornla-
'traKOnJ?of ecpjnnany, is In town; on
cdnpanx.'trtwln'cilgfrora Copco, Call-
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F. 0.'e.ijvDri.'A'i Sladc, John
i "TonUla,.iuid';WdlaoniMarahall, qll
Xmiffl novomtjfivntl; short story
urrlttor.Y.werajparr of motorists
4 rem itedtord .Vha spcut .the night
icro, loayfng ir,iy-lhls m&r,nlnK to
conttauo their. Jbuntlnc. trip In an-
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uamir pare 01 ino couuiy.
, JUr. Shay, ,lacflc coagt managor
.'iftho 13. C.-Atlilns Stiw works, left
""Hils morning fp8an Francisco after
si.neBK'spent.bdrGjQnuiattors p( buslr
,: 'ncss. ..u .
. e J. .A. Maddw, prominent ranch
'r on the Tulo kako lands In the
,, Malln counlrjC is, spending as few
jJaya In town pq buslnoss.' (
" V? X. McOlelUn, whojowratea a
,-ntoro "on the ,if3rrlf TVaiimTia the
T today.' ? ' .llS&ai
J. W. Bantu, i.fariaor of the Dairy
, 'district was htown Vthls, morning
' vnwsactlnr' tuaifiMis.) V.
TU B. Bradbury mado'ciurchases
Itom' local nurchanU thUifnornlng
Jot W ranch la) tho Talleyv'
jJii B. WIlMKt Is In town for tho
, jQamaln teachers lnstltut,e this week
n. Jromhls school' south of here,' -
-Jack HbrshbqriterBroprletor, 'of
I KliB'Club Cafe, and a party; of-friends
-woro out otk town yesterday on a duck
untlng expedition and roport flno
snecoss. ) 4 , "
SUx. McMillan and Louis Hong-
land "went out (or ducks this morn
Thus nnd returned later In-tbe day
-with tho limit.; Contrary to tho gon
oral Idea that ducks are rather
(scarce this season they .report that
they found hunting good In the
Lower Klamath latco district.
' The1 Woman's Library club wU
v -awiet on Friday afternoon'Jntheir
crab'' rooms at the corner of Third
and Main streets, Charles Wood
Eberlln ha consented .to speak to
Vhi ladies at thls time and It is
fcopcdi that there will be a full at
'Ccndence. "Mrs. Minnie" Letson, grand
worthy Matron of.' tho Eastern 8tar
'Bedge, who has been here for .the
' Spas't few da-s left this morning' for,
Xakoriewto Tlslt'tho chapter there.
9 HABKKi REPORT. (
TPOnTLAND, Oct., it Cattle; and
fcogs atoady; SheepJ steady. Lambs,
"3S cents higher, east of mountain
lambs, $6.50 and $7; Eggs un'set
lad; Bntter, firm.
Smoking inproves a woman's dls-
itfoltU, 7 noted, medical man
oT BaltjmorpV whohas been making
a sclentlfe ptudy of the effects of'tb-
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hOSEBUrui, Oct., 12 Mrs. Julia
Smith, of Dlllard, slstor of Dennis
Russell, fought off hystorla as sho
Identfflod on tho witness stnnd this
morning tho grisly scalp as that of
her brother. , ,
"It Is hisi.lt Is his!" sho cried as
sho' pressed It tightly against hor
cheek, Slio.wn8 dressed in mourning
garb for her father, who was burloi
yesterday afternoon. She testified
with qulrcrln'g lips;
She Identified tho watch and.dlnry
as thoao of. her brother. -
A. J. Vlllanl, barbor,.who cut Rus
sell's hair for six yoarsysald tho ex
hlblt was Russell's hair.
Perry Wobb, Doputy Sheriff, told
of .examining tho wrecked car and
.finding 4ho gear set In second.
When tho thrco sticks of dynamlto
Sound In 'tho car werd introduced,
'udgo Bingham cautioned the .she
riff to take them awjiyj from tho
Court was held today after a brief
argument over ,the possibility that
Columbus day' might bo a bgal holi
day, .. k ...''
. Russol two brothers also Indent!
fled the scrap of scalp.
J, U. Rose, of 'Winston, who said
he icnow'RuRsell 35 years; Isadoro
Stellg. Myrtlo Creek shoo merchant,
who, said he sold Russell shoe3 llko
thqse rartiajjj' recovered from tho
bady, nnd C. W, Pnrrpt, of Rosoburc,
who told of finding a plo;o of, shoo
and 'lynamltc pdrcusslon caps, testi
fied for' the stnto; Tho defenso quest
Jong Indlcatcd-an attempt to maintain
that tho body was that of someone
who felt from his car anil broke hlo
Teachers Talk at
v C. of C. Luncheon.
112 in, Attendance
Tho. teachers, from. all. oyer the
county who are, attending the three'
aay lnsmuio in progress nero were
guests today ,at jxtho chamber of
coramerco v forum. Registration
showed 112 present , at tho tables
with,' an' OTcrtlow, in the 'secretary's
office. A t '
Pror. Robert Ooetz proBldbifl,, and
on bohalf. of tho ity of '.Klamath
Falls and tho chambor , ot com
morco Wolcomcd tho' visitors. The
opening number on the program
was two baritone solog by Augusta
Parker, which' were woll rendered
and received.. W. M. Smith assist
ant superintendent of public in
struction ot Salem was introduced
and spoke on tho subject of educa
tion, showing by statistics that Kla
math county did' not stand as high
as other counties in tho stato. In
the ranks- of education,
tho ranks ot education, Somo Tory
Interesting facts woro' brought out
about Klamath county and its
Professor Butler of tho normal
school at Monmouth oulogliod the
warm spirit 'of hospitality extended
to him on tho two occasions ho
has boon a visitor here and dwelt
upon the great possibilities for. ex
pansion here., Klamath Falls had
changed wonderfully since bis first
visit here, he said. Earl Kllpat
rick, of the University of Oregon
at Eugene', made an address upon
the subject ot "The Chamber -of
Commerce as an Education Insti
tution" and urged the teachers of
this county to become members of
the local organization, He traced
the work of man and the work ot
chambers ofl two different beings,
one a builder for himself, the oth
er, forth city community,. This ad
dress wag -well received.
? From Me
AND WAIT FOR THE GREATEST OF
ALL YOM KIPPUR AND
NO PROFIT SALE
WE HAVE BEEN PREPARING FOR THIS
GREAT SALE FOR MONTHS AND CAN
TRUTHFULLY SAY THAT THIS WILL
ECLIPSE ANY .'SEJLLING EVENT EVER
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"tfain't mad at nobody?'
H. T. LACELLE
Merchandise sale expert in charge
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WE ARE GOING THROUGH THIS EN
TIRE STOCK CUTTING AND SLASH
ING PRICES BEYOND RECOGNITION.
People, We Promise for the
16th Annual Yom Kippur
and No Profit Sale,
Prices that Will Cause an Uproar
"1 iVT MA& rAT NOBOby"
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