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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TIKES III! AS
lAWnENOH, Knn., Nov, 4.
Globe trottor in ,tho summer and
professor ot history nt the Univer
sity ot Kansas in tho wlntor Ik, the
program' followed by Prof.. David
U Patterson, who returned tho
middlo"ot Soptcmbor from a three
an out lis' trip to Alaska. Summer
fcoforo ho circled South America,
visiting a score ot tho cltlos along
tho west coast and back' tho east
roast after a trip across tho Andes.
Two summers before that, In the
arly days ot tho World War, iho
visited the battle fronta ot Europe
as a "war correspondent for an Am
On all these trips Professor Pat
terson obscured closely bo con
ditions ot tha countries through
which bo traveled, and from the
South American and the European
arias brought back large snnmbers
f representative, newspapers - for
Ms library, 'His early newspaper
training Impelled htm. on hU Al
askan trip, to note the , great j for
ests -of spruce, aa yet practically
The greatest of, these Alaskan)
forests, said Professor Patterson,
are In tho southeastern part. They
are controlled through tho United
States Forest service, and but two
permits to papor pulp companies
JbaTe beon isaued. These forests are
extensive, and need never be ex
fcanstcd It properly safeguarded,
Professor Pattorson said, for they
1 form a second growth in thirty
Professor Patterson's Alaska trip
combined all aorta ot transporta-
. Hon, Including tho Alaskan Rail
xoad, now being constructed by tho
Baited States govornmont, river
wteamcr and Pacific liner, as well
aw plain ''mushing" as In the gold
nai days. His trip carried him
fikrough the Atlln Lake country
I British Columbia, and as far as
Dawson, Yukon Territory.
Will Keep Others
From Using Same
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CHICAGO, Nov. 4. Aftor Jan--iixary
1. 9SS private vehicles In
Chicago may not be painted 'with
t1e same shado of red used by tho
The city council paused an ord-
Inance to that effect under tho
, state law, giving It authority to
expedite the work of the police and
It waa explained that traffic po
licemen have given tho right of
way to .private vch'cles under tho
Mistaken belief that they were go-
t tag' to a tire.
No woman who thinks she is home
ly will cousont to hato hor picture
taken In a group,
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From Paris come a lot of hatt abowlag the atest astound sm et
Thl hat of black volnt ! aa MatMrte oatrkh plume whack.
1 v cmcmIs Uke a Turkish lady's vtrft
gf attactM.to the back whoaostaw
CLEVELAND, O., Nov. 4. Lon
don Is tho best regulatod city In
Europo from a traffic standpoint
and Paris probably Is tho worst,
Edward May, police Inspector ot
Clqveland, reported upon his re
turn from a trip through European
cities to Inspect traffic conditio.
Obedience ot tho English populace
to tho police and tho traffic rules
and lack of obodlenco or regard by
the French populace .accounts for
tho dlttorenco, ho said.
Inspoctor May recommends the
abolishment ot the present yearly
automobile license plate and substl;
tutlon therefore ot a perpetual II
cense and urges much more string
ent examinations for taxlcab driv
ers. Ho also advocates raised safe
ty tones In the middle ot the
streets, such as used In many
European cities, to protect the ped
estrians from automobiles. t
Under the system ot abolishing
the .Issuance, of ,new, license tags,
inspector Hay, saia minions oi aoii
lars would be saved yearly. License
fees would be collected annually as
at present, but the license would be
valid ag long aa the car Is used.
An excellent system ot licensing
taxlcab drivers' is used In London,
ho said. Most of the drivors are
middle aged. Tho examinations for
licenses are stringent and when a
man gets one ho is cautious to keep
It. Few of tho chauffeurs are mixed
up In crlmos. At one examination
at which the Inspector' attended, he
said ono man appeared tor the
forty-ninth time and failed again.
Men rarely pass the test the first
time, he declared.
Applicants for license in Man
chester, Kng., must be almost ath
letes with a character next to per
fect. Moonshine, It Is said, has a mark
ed effect on stammering. People so
afflicted stammer moat at the f(ull
ot tho moon.
Excellence Need Fear No Rival.
Multitudes nf employees constant);
lle In teinir of some one who. they
fear. I nflor ihclr place. Tlicy nre
minplrlom of office politic, suspicious
Ihnt Homebody working close behind
lliciii Is trj'iK to croud tliem out.
What In l lit- result? TWs four and sus
picion .Interferes with ilielr adwince
ment to the plnc aboe them. In
stead of looking bnck nnil thinking of
the men nfler their place they slioul.
Instead, look about to Die man above
tliem. nn (I be prepared for mi advnnce
when there Is a menncy. Perfect
yourself In your line of work and ou
need neer hne any fear of others'
rlwilry. Tliere Is nhvnys room at the
top for (he mnn or woman who has
stamped the trademark of Individual
Ity. superiority 'nnd distinctiveness
upon his or her wprk. Such a one
need have no fear of tho usurpation of
his rights by others. Ills position Is
nssurcd. Orison Swett Marden In
the New Success. '
Harem' Veils .
Aaortsr has shows a bu pluas
sail a a ease the waist Mae.
1 WEATHER RECORD I
Horoattor tho Horald will publish
tho mean -and maximum tomporn
turos and proclpltatlon rocord as tnk
on by tho U. S. lloclamntlon servlco
station. Publication will cot or tho
day provlous to" tho paper's Issuo, up
to o o clock or tno day.
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AX EMIHO.V FOlt OHIU8THAM
You can do It it you join our
unnstmas Edison uiuo.
Let us explain It to you Klamath
Falls Music House, 122 S. Sxth St.
Ralph Ince, lt presenting his latest
Selxnlck production, "Hod Foam,"
which will bo soon at tho Strand the
ater tonight, has brought to light an
unusual story of smalt toWn lite. Tho
basic Btrncture ot "Red Foam" is
said to be surcharged with vibrant
appeal, and tho general atmosphere
ot tho plot creates a feeling of expect
ancy for tho
which is to come,
It chronicles faithfully the work
ings ot a small town community, and
the resultant clash that develops In
the unfolding of tho. plot Is declared
to reveal Mr. Ince at 'his best as a di
rector of -really human photoplays.
" ZenaKeofo, "Wh6 plays the leading
feminine role In the picture, Is said
to have greator opportunities than
she has hitherto had for striking
characterization. Other members of
tho ,cnst Include Huntley Gordon,
Harry Tlghe, Freeman Barnes, Peggy
Worth, John Butler and Daniel Has.
The author, William H. Hamby, Is
known because of his regular and fre
quent contributions to tho leading
fiction magazines. Edward Montagno
dramatized, the story from the orig
inal of tno same namo, which was
published In the Saturday Evening
Mxs. H. A. Whltbcy was in town
early this morning from her homo
In Poo Valley attending to business
(Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas will
leave this afternoon for tno reserva
tion, where they will bo tho guests
of Rev. Mr. Cooklngham at i dinner
honoring his daughter's birthday.
Mrs. A. J. Voye and Mrs. 'Harry
Acktey drovo to tho Fort yesterday
Better Value Always Here
"THE WOMEN'S FASHION CENTER"
r , 36-inch Outing Flannel 24c,
An exceptional good grade; full 36 Inches wide. Plata white
and fancy patterns. n
27-inch Outing Flannel 15c
Medium weight in light and dark colors. A good value at
price quoted, , .
Underwear and Sleeping Garments
. For Children
Comploto stock of Underwear for Ohlldren la wool and
fleeee lined; also the popular Dr. Denton Sleeping garateat abw
All Hats bow reduced In
reasonable. Now, 70 eaa select
and vlsltod at tho ranch homo ot Mr.
and Mfl. McCftll.
Oscar Shlt'o'as oloctod -as a di
rector for school district No. 1 Inst
Monday nt tho regular mooting of
tho school hoard,
William Wtirdon was In town yes
terday from his homestead squth of
town for a filial proof ot his right
to tho land
Marlon Nino Is a business vlnltor
hero today from tho Nino Lumber
compnny's camp In Swan t.nko valley,
rV. A. Dclzell mndo a business, trip
Into tho country this morning, ro
turnlngNo town In tho afternoon.
J. B. "Jim" Duncan, who for eight
or nine years trarolod betwenn hero
nnd Weed as conductor pn tho South
ern Pacific 'passenger train, but who
has 'not beon on ttto run for. tho1 past
year, was pn hand for the trip south
this morning. Mrs. Duncan wilt ar
rive from Red Bluff within tho next
fow days to Join htm, and they will
.make their homo at the Arcade hotel
Mrs. Frank Corponlng came into
town early this morning from hor
home nt Olene, to attend to her shop
ping for tho week end,
Mrs. Grant Nelson was a passenger
on this morning's train bound for
Corvallls, whoro she will Join hor
husband, who Is nttondlng tho Ore
gon Agricultural college. At present
Mn'KoIson Is1 In Portland withVthe
stock Judging teanufrom the college
Mrs. NolsonjWas accompanied by her
brother-in-law, Roy Kelson, who will
go on to Portland to attend tho live
stock show, which Is soon to open
L. Hoagland and Lloyd Porter left
this morning on a combined business
and pleasuro trip. They plan on see
ing tho football game between tbo
University of California and tho Unl-
orally ot Southern California. Tho
return trip will bo made by car, as
Mr. Hoagland s brngng a new Buck
four buck for Mrs. Amy Clarkson.
Mrs. B. H. Kuhn, who. has been horo
for tho past fow weeks as the guest
ot Mrs. Fred Fleet nnd of Mrs. Win
nard In Langell Valley, left this
morning for Now York.
Mrs. L. Hllty arrived last ntght
from Ashland tor a visit with Mr.
Hllty, who Is a conductor on tho
. Tho Arcade hotel, under tho new
management ot Mr. and Mrs. H. A.'
Kemp, Is undergoing many changes
In the way of refurnishing and re
modeling. At present the contract
lias been let for tho remodeling of
the writing room and mezzanine
floor, and thoy wllf bo furnished and
ready for use within tbo next few
days. Attractive light wicker furni
price. Former price- wet irary
at Bargain Prices.
ture hns boon ordarod for tho mot
rnnlno balcony, which will greatly
add to tho chqortulnoss of tho ontlro
lower part of tho hotel.
11, W. Houghtnlllng nrrlvod Inst
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tone, for smartness of do'
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k features you'll prefer this,
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Prices $60 to $2500
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" Fords Given' Away
Fbr a Few Dollars
1914 Touring ..!.... $125.00
1916 Roadster $150.00 ,
917 Touring $175.00
1917 Touring $200.00
1920 Touring, starter' $300.00
1921 Touring, starter i $400.00
1918 Chevrolet- $300.00
TERMS ON ALL.
WE RENT FORDSON TRACTORS.
E. R. DANNER MOTOR CO.
nd Fancy Silk Hose.
, Colors, Black and
Plain and Fancy Silk Hose.
iiore mixed, colors, uiacK ana
Special Sale prices
Silk and Wool Hose $2.00
Used "extensively In tbo Winter for lo shoes. Come' In Blue
and Brown Mixtures, r . , f...
Splendid Values Coats-r-Suits Dresses
Tha low prices' attached to oar. garments asually'ar lower
thaa many so-called sale prices, Always 'compare oar garment
nd price before making a final decision, '
A Blanket Sale Continued
Tae special sale of Blankets will continue durlag next week
roa will need .ppra Blankets. Bay daring the sale aad save.
night from San Francisco, and- Is
reglstorod at tho White Policnn hotel.
J.T. Mcaowon Is a.cpdntsoatylH- .
itor this' wobk onct fronlSacramoato, '
attondlng to buslnoss affairs.
k.il!iliii. .lift -
Some pure silk, othi
Some pure silk, others silk and
98c $1.25, $1.29
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