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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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'FablUtacd dally except Sunday, by
Yba'JSerald Publishing Company at
Klaaath Falls, atui Eigotn strati
Hutered nt the postofflce at Kla
MrtH1 Falls, Ore., for tranamltilon
Urevih tbo mails as second-class
MEltetttt OP THE A8SOCIATJW
TMl Associated Prcn ts exclusively
atlttaa to the use, (or publication of
H maws dispatches credited to, ,
r Mt otherwise credited In this
bmIk'ui also the local mwa pun-'
NH0OAY, NOV. J, 1W1,
DOOMS, Cal., Nor. 16. While
bupttec. with a party of local youths
SaoJay afternoon In the Oklahoma
cqasirr, Prank Tail, age 15, accldcn
taiiyVdlscharKed a twelve gnage au
toaialle shotgun, blowing his right
uiaSb off at the first joint. We was?
naked to the Dorrls hospital by lies
tqaf Wright where Doctor A.-fA. At
kteMa removed the mangled flesh
arid' dressed the, wound.
lAsaong tboo who attended the Ar
aslstee) day celebration in Klamath
Faltwere Howard Dayton. (Vus Clera-
a. a. Dally, 3. 8. McColluss.. Dr.A.
A. Afklaion and wife, Mr, and, Mrs.
tQuy Qnackenbush, UJ,,(foftj $n$
Fraafc Uarr. AUrpronQuaced vth af
fair' grand success.
lb.' Nellie Tox? who TftKtBe pWri
several months has reslded'ln'Yreka,
Is la Dorrls for, a few days vlsltrwlth
rriaads and relatives.'
Oscar Oorgerson, mechanic for the
Bberbard Oarage, Is using crutches
to 'make his way around town as the
result of an Injury to his knee sus
tained whllo duck hunting last Sun
jday. The sprain was not serious,, al
though painful; , ,,
ijbe dance given Saturday evening
by.'ex-soldlers was well attended by
loc'ahd outside loverrof iha'art'ofJ
Terpsichore. Fifty-five men purch
ased tickets. A bounteous luncheon
vrss served at midnight by Mrs. Lund
KrR, assisted by Miss Margaret Laird
aad Mrs. F. K. Miller.
Mrs. W. O. Hagelsteln Is spending
a few days in Klamath Falls.
' Jho first snowfalUof .theseaionl
-visited Dorrls and vicinity ertrly es-
. OnGennan Dyestuffs
Whllo the Home Sorlvce Campaign
ioff the Salvation Army has closed, thp
following letter Indicates that those
wno'ihnve been overlooked In the
.campaign still, hav an opportunity
of being enrolled ns contributors:.
: Despite , the fact that.' the Home
Servico Campaign Is regarded "ns
closed; , for the, Salvatfon Army, J find
that quite a number of people have
been, overlooked who are calling on
us to go and get what t,ney naa isia
preserve the home Industry In
0t la,thUrespct. If there should! w of competition which l now
claimed, will atop at no axpanae
or sacrifice of Immediate .profit, la
order to . reestablish the practical
monopoly that existed 'by her be
fore the, war, and that the only
salvation oTthe American dyq'mak-
ta'rr"toll"bpj"a complete ombargo.on
the -foreign- product. Paterson (N.
, ,i ' . ;
Ambition Is a good thins If it
ive In tha.jcawDalgB' and have been
overlooked, they can mall their
checks 6 the Salvation Army. '
I remain, Yours truly,
K. II. SHANNON, Lieutenant.
Tielow Is given a list of those who
hare made contributiens:
, Pelican BaylTrfmbor Co. employees
$J30; PelIcan;iJl.umb3rCo:, firm,
$50: Pelican" Day Lumber Co., Mr.
H,.D. Mortenson, personal, 925; Kn
niath Lumber & Box Co., employee's;
$45; Klamath Lumber Box Co.,
firm. $25; Klamath Lumber tt Box
Co., Mr. Krause, personal, $?;' Big
Basin Lnmber Co., firm, $25; Big
'.Basin- LdMVr&Co,f. employees, $13:
nlceT $2AtiM'.Colirelf, $15 H. N:
Moe, $lft;i'.CbllnaryAtlIance; Local
No. 424, $10; Everirag Herald$1C.
Those contributing tAinis ' of ten
dollars and not less. than fve dollars
were; a . ,
Andross-Olover Style Shop, B. B.
Half, Dr. T. C. Campbell. B. CThom
as, A. A. Bellman, Mr. Walton, .First
Nat'l. bank, Merrill, T. L. Stanley, O.
D. llurke, A. It. Wilson, J. A. Gordon,
K. T. Shepherd. L (i. VanBelJen. O.
C. Lorenr, J. A. McDonald, It.E. Do
weeso, Underwood Pharmacy, Char
loy'r Place, Kenuor-Mannlng-Ganong,
Arcndo Hotel. Enders. Grocery Co,
in. It. R Garakc- piLake nox Co.,
l,mn fnfnr rn Xra M. Wnrri. Mm.
T. J. f?(fordVund Maud Miller. Juno
Dicks, Paul Lambert, Carmel Miller,
Helen Fisher, Ida B. Momyer. Wv s
Slough, Chas. Loom Is. R. E. Smith,
Blue Bird B. L. H K. Sugarman, L.
M Martin, Q. Drummond, L. C.
Moore. Mrs. E. Virall. City Transfer
.Co., Army Goods Store, E. II. Law
reiice, CJillcole & Smith, C Holmes,
Dr. E. Jt Boyd, Kulph Ross, Johnston
No single proposition connected
with the tariff bill now ponding
In Congress has rccolvodso much
ottontlon and bcon so bitterly con-J
tested In that body as the one nf-H1
fectlng the Amorlcan dyeing Industry-There
seems to bo somthlng llko
a consensus of opinion, at least out
side of congress, that there- should
bo some form of defense of the
American dyeing Industry from the
revival of German competition. It (J
Is urged that a high duty must be
Imposed on the German product,
and, by many American publicists,
liclqdlng 'President Harding, It Is
held, that no dutyr however hlgb.JH
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doesn't make the ambitious one think
he Is too good to fritter away his
time on the lowly and Smaller things
that are the steuntna: stones to higher
ChrUimas is rapidly drawing near.
Don'Vbe'a t'a'rdf sbbpereomeln
early and,, ge't Ihe-. benefit oC "i. wide
selection. Glovers Jewelry Store,
511 Mala" St. ""''.
.DR. LOIS O. ItniDOHB
First State tc Saving Bank
nnift tiir.riilnfr nvArlntr-.tlm crrrilinilJ
wlth'a thin layer of downy white, but Furniture Store, Evans Shoe Co.. At
vanishing again with tU,aPPearance "' & Mwdjr. Square Deal DrugCo.
A. r. uiovcr, n, a. wmuiiru, i. .
of the sun
. M. L. Johnson, assistant assessor' s- !?'. Anderson Bros.,
for Klamath County, accompanied by ,'A- FrlcniV. O. Smith. Robert
ner Ford Agency, spot uasn uro-
cerj'(Mnk Itlver Battery Station,
Ilulck Sales & Sorvlce Station, New
City Laundry. Judge Bunnell, II. J
Winters, H. d. ,Merryman. A. C. Va
den, Drs. Mallett & Mallett.
The total a'mount-recelvcd 'up to
date Is $873.00.
,.. . ..... T,... i,... i Hanks. Whitman Drug Co., Jewel
TVJU. Din ui Lua ujiku tjuy j.uiii-. .
t., ,m..v ,.n,i K-rn.i pi,mn f Cafe, O. M. Hector, C. H..Wlthrow,
. i..n-...i.mii' 1 1 -..I ,... . i Danner For
tMU UUWIJ'WUII ..H(...MIU VW.UI'.I.,
spent tm afternoon in Dorrls recently
TlsltliiK with friends.
Olrls 6f the Dorrls High Schooli
hare' advertlsng circulars out. an
nouncing their annuul autumn dance
which wilt be held on November 23.
This Is the prlnclpul sociul affair or
the year for the high school and ev
ery effort will be directed toward
making It an overwhelming success.
AT THE HTRAND v'
"Forest Rivals", the presentation
at the Strand tonight, Is a thrilling
tale of the Canadian woods and
the "whiskey runners" In which'
bootleggers, Indians, ghosts and a
tale of love are deftly luterwovun,
la 'a beautiful story. Jl,
The two bravest men in the
-woods were ready to light a duel
with knives for her,! Each was
ready to risk death 'for the chance
of winning .Julie! '-t
nut when It came to facing a
ghost for her, sake the two. brav- Guard, stationed ut Washington
est' men in the woods were, et
Opening in Coast Guard
For Military Training
WASHINGTON, .D. C,, Nov. 16..
Senator' Stnnfleld has been 'besieged
with applications from young men
from all rm'rts of Oregon heeklug his
recommendations for appointment to
the Naval Academy or to West Point.
As tlt'ese appointments, by 'agreomeut
of Oregon representative'! has been
thrown open for competitive exam
ination, so mo of the disappointed
ones may find balm In the following
teller, which Senutor Stanflold has
received from W. E. Reynolds, Com
mandant of the United States Coast
Are often caused by strain
lug to see perfectly.
,JulIe didn't want to
cr of them. But Jean and Pierre,
the, liquor smugglers, decided that
hejwould be tbo one that she would
rvThlle a duel with knives for her
was on, Julie slipped away and
nought refuge In the Haunted .Ilpck.
The finale comes In a hrllllng"rs
cue by a civil engineer, tbedeath
iciie by a clvl lei'giaoer, the death
of the brothers aad happy culm
laatloa of the love 'affair. ,
"NBKD CHRIST IN VACANT
,i CHAIR" AT ARMS PARLKV
DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 15. Un
less the vacant chair at the world
conference on limitation of arma
ments is occupied by Christ, the
CQaforonce will adjourn without
any'Jiope jot permanent peace Bish
op Theodore S. lindorson of De
troit,4 bead of the Methodist Epis
copal church In Michigan, said to-
''day In an address at a m&etlng -pf
all religious organizations of ' tbo
.city. ' .
4fnv T Invtta vAiir nHAlillntt in IhA
excellent oppor(un,ity that now exjtts
for young 'men to enter the Coast
Guard Academy, ut New London,
Conn., as cadets, or as cadoUeugln-
eers. and. upon graduation, to be-!
come commissioned officers of tho t
uoasi uuara wun ine sume pay ana
allowances as are received by. officers
ofc6rresp6ndlng rank In the Navy.
The age limits for appointment as
cadets are 18 to '24 years and for ap
pointment as cadet engineer 20 to
25 ynars, so young men who perhaps
have passed the uge limits for admis
sion to the Military Acaddmy or to
the Naval Academy may still be elig
ible" for admlsstou to tho Coast Guard
"A competitive examination to fill
tho vacancies In the grades of cadet
ahd cadet engineer In the Coast
Guard will be held In various places
In the United States beginning Jan
uary 3, 1922. The opportunity for
appointment is particularly favorable
uh thoro are an unusually lurge num
ber of vacancies.
"I beg to transmit herewith some
literature relative to the examination,
and shall be pleased to send similnr
lltcraturo, and any other Informa
tion desired, to any young man whose
name and address you may wish to
refer to the United States Const
Guard Office, Treasury Department,
Washington, D. O,"
L A H 8 K H
' properly fitted remove
strain and produce
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H. J. WINTERS
Paome,14-W 712-714 Mala
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WET, stormy rather, exposure,
sniffles, and the heavy cold is on,
Dr. King's New Diwovcrv lrcakt it up
quickly and pleasantly. Head clt-anctl
up, cough rclincd and you feci Utter.
At our druggists, 60c
Fop Colds and Coughs
Bowels Befifilnij for Help? Dr,
King's Pills will Lrlug ou the
happincsi of regular, ncrn.a'l hancli
and liver functioning. Ali'd but ai-
ways reliable. At all drucsists, 25c.
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.' K;i' 'ifildlft ttMio a ')u
AVE yoB'eVfef ttioughf
of youf wife or mother
leaning over a hot stove
cooking twenty-one meals a week f or fifty-two
week eveiy year? Why. not relieve them of
the burden of at least two meals a week, say
Wednesday and Sunday evenings,, by taking
'yjiiu; dinner at the
Tonight at the Strand
A history of Love in the Primitive Northland alive' with
tense .action !
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He wen his lady because he didn't believe in ghosts!
Two Reels, of Comedy;
jHiursday, "Country Store Night"
W Vf Prizes to be Given Away are as Follows
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$!?. i A T'KW OF T1IR 1KIZE8:
'3V,;4-lb. rxix of apple.
,-- ifiiuk of Flour.
" S-lb. Joi Hnect Bhop Oiiocolalcs,
ii-iu uox c'riit-kci'N.
15 PHIZKS OIVKN AWAVIv
round Silver' 'XhUtle
Tvo Ilrooms. .
I'ouml of poffec. .
!I lb).. Sliced .llacoii. ,
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