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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The xtnto mooting of .Oregon as
traitors with tho state tax com mis'
eIou licld at Saloui last weok was
reported as liolpful not only 'to
tho nsRossora' bill to tho tax com
Mission In fixlnjj he assessment
ratio of tho countlos, for tho 1921
W. T- Lee, county assessor, was
present from" Klamath' county and
stated that whin tho assessment
of Klamath county was compared
'with that of Multnomah county, in
points of accuracy, and thorough
bore, tho local county '' was found
to surpass that of the largest tax
paying county in tho state.
The meeting with the tax com
mission, consisting of Tax Cam
alsslpnor Frank K. LotoU, Sec
retary of Stato Sam Koier, and
Governor Den J. Olcott, was forj
tho purpose of securing a ratio of
alno from which tho tax roll of
1921 could bo made up, taken
from the estimates and the books
turned In to the commission re
cently by tho stato assessors.
One of the, functions of the tax
commission Is to .assess all tho pub-
lie, utilities of tho state, and pre
nent at this . miming,, woro repres
entatives of all Jtho big corpora
tions engaged Ma' 'business In the
state. Tho Tall road representatives
presented their claim ' to tho com
mission that tho farmers' lands
were assessed top low and the as
sessment on this list of property
tens urged to be raised Leo said
that this move was mado by tho
roads In an effort to get their as-
nirssment lowered as they always
clulm that thoy pay tho bulk of
tho- taxes In tho stato. This claim
has been used for years In every
ntnto of tho union, Leo said.
During tho session, a comparison
bt tho assessments of tho counties
'was mado and both Klamath and
Coos conntlos were found to bo
tho only ones which' raised their
luatcssmcnts for 1921(1 not, that tho
rate -was higher,, but the work, of
tho assessors was tnoro complete,
no assessable Items being over
looked.' Most of the counties' as-
nofsments were found, to be .either.
mationnry or slightly decreased
compared to last year,
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" "Tho Face of tho World" show-
in-; at Tho Strand tbcatro tonight,
fa a picture of utiusunl Interest. It
fa a.tHodklnson production, and Ilka
all theso pictures Is particularly
faithful In the portrayal of tho de
tail necessary for "the carrying of
a continuity of tho story.
It deals with a .young physician
of brilliant prospects and a- girl
wife, both being ,qeglected while
lto follows1 a willow-d'-the-wisp in
the shape of socialistic doctrines
with, .whlcbj-bo hastbeen, Inoculated.
Jla jiwakons only . after he has en
dangered bis prospects' and sustains
thetomporary loss ot His wife. The
picture Is replete with dramatic
situations, the cl(max ot which is
reached when the hero .completed
a trying operation) on his arch one
say during a fire raging in a hospi
tal and his rescue of his patient
from the burning building,
Mr. and Mrs. Larry WyighV will
loavo horo In tM morning for Marys
vlllo, whore Mr. Wright will continue
his ilullos fis assistant' manager' for
tho Standard Oil company, having
boon transferred to tho California
city from, tho plant horo. It lswlth
regret (hat lr. and Airs. Wright's
friends learned of ttiolr intended do
Wondol Lawronco accompanied by
his sister, Miss Alma, loft this morn
ing on tliolr return to Mcdtord attor
a visit over tho week-end with friends
hore. . c
Registered nt the Arcado hotel are:
n. M. 'Sherman and II. 12. Hosley, Ora
O. Storcr, T. Streger, II. McDcraott,
LT. M. Oasko, J. T. Uroman, ot Dly,
A. U. Duffy, Dorr Is; L. O. Stowo of
Hend; and W. L. Wnldcn .of Mod
W.D. Fry, D. L, Kail and W: H.
Halt., alt of Grants Pass, who have
been here on a hunting trip aro plan
ning on returning homo and are well
satisfied with tbotr. success while
hero. " '
J. T. MjcCollum, who has the con
tract for remodeling the moxanlno
floor and writing room ot tho Arcado
hotel, started work today.
Charles W. King, placed in chargo
ot work being done tor' the prosorva
Uqo. ot Umber in this county by tho
government,- U In the city. Mr. King
is directly assisted' by It. P. Box.
Camps are to bo established at inter
vals throughout the pine forests' ot
the county for the coming battle
against dlsoased timber, it Is report
ed. tlloccntly, Walter Turner and Art
fStlnner, veteran fishermen ot this
county, left horo for 'a trout fishing
trip bolow the Keno dam. All went
well until they loaded their linos
with wooden minnows, and then tho
fun began. (A big ottor camo to tho
surfaco of tho stream and, with wild
plunges tried for 'the bait. For fear
tho beast would spoil their tackle, tho
fishermen took their hooks from tho
water. At this tho otter swam to
tho shore and slowly scrambling out
ambled away down the opposite
Mr. and Mrs. George Dlehn left
recently for Portland by car, whero
they expect to spend the winter with
their daughtors. Pearl and Frieda,
who aro attending school them.
Archie Wlshard loft this morning
for Weed. California, and from thero
he states bo may go on to Dllllngs,
Montana, on business.
Wv'M. Adair Is n visitor In this
city .from Portland. Ho Is register
ed at the Wililte Poll;an hotel.
D. K. Young "arrived last night
from Stockton, California, sand Is' at
tending to business affairs here to
day. ' '
II. H. Schmltz Is here frani Davis,
California, and Is a registered guest
nt tho White Pollcan hotel." "
(John O. .Da or arrived last night
from Portland on w brief ' business
It. P. Mlles Is a booster for the
1325 International exposition, who Is
registered at the White Pollcan hpfel.
J. B. Mitchell Is a county seat vis
itor this week from his runch at
Bly. " .' ', '
W. V; Marshall, a local architect,
was a passenger on this morning
train bound for Yroka, where he ex
pects to spend a couple ot days at
tending to business matters.
Mrs. A. R. Campbell was In the
city this morning from 'her ranch
home at Pine Grove purchasing sup
Miss Ttuth Price, who teaches in
tho Fort Klamath ' schools, wns i
wcok-ond visitor horo,
Mrs, Charles ' Hoguo, who Is om
ployed by tho First Stato & Savings
bank, loft today for a wcok'e vaca
tion visit with frlonds In Caltfornln.
ttoorgo Stovenson toft today' in hie
car for Kugono and Portland, whoro
ho Will visit with frlonds and rola
ttvos. Mrs. Jonnto Hum and Miss
Clara Calkins will accompany him as
tar as Eugene, Mlsa Calkins , will
attond tho homo coming celebration
at tho University pt Orogon thls;com
tng w6ok-end. '
(Louis Ullty ot Ashland la register
ed nt the Wihlte, Pelican hotel today.
';iC O. TJarr of Portland arrivod
on last night's train and is a. guest at
the W-tilto Pollcan hotel.,
Mr. and Mrs. Wodo Crawton) nro
county .seat visitors today from. Fort
(Charles .Otoy loft this morning tor
Bray, California, on, b'uslnessr v '
Al Marshall and George Otflold,
as ropresen'tatlros.'.of tho Klamath
Water Users Association, left this
morning 'for Billings, Montana, to at
tond tho'conforooce of Northern' Rec
lamation, project!. An-of fort wfll' be
mado to got an adjustment .of pres
ent water charges. v
R. Wi Towor was lit town after
supplies today from h'ls ranch homo
nt Keno. '
dt. B, Wilcox, a member ot the
county fair board,, waa in tho city Sat
urady morning looking after matters
of fair business.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whttellno, who
oporato a ranch .on the lower Klum
th river, wero count)? scat busi
ness visitor Saturday; ' -'
I tarry A. Ashborn and Mian' Opal
May Rbbtnett woro married Saturt
day afternoon at ono-o'clock by tho
llov.,C. F. Trlmblo.
Miss Roblnett Is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. Wj Roblnett, of
Mr. and Ash.born- ox poet to mnkc
their homo 'In Dunsmulr, whore Mr.
Ashborn is employed as a fireman
for, tho Southern Pacific company
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DO IT TODAY BEFOREvIT
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Klamath Falls, Ore.
TONIGHT at the STRAND
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celebration, so let's all be out in force.
"The Lure of Egypt" ,
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, From the great story by '
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anrf Barbara Bedford
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A great shout arose .from the crowd be
lowj The young-surgeonhad carried his
uncdnscibus: patient from the operating
table to the .flame-wreathed window 6?
the burning hospital. Alone and unas
sisted he had completed a delicate opera
tion in spite of the fire that raged around
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It's one of the most realistic and thrilling '
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