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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TUKMIMV, NOVKMHKR at, INI,
Mr. Cooper,' nrlnclpnl ot tho
ARonry IloardlnR hcIiooI, has ar
ranged a special tnblo for nil of
tho predisposed chjldren who wero
found In tho school and Dr.
riorco'a BigRC3tloiH as to (Hot wljl
bo closely followed.
"Everybody has boon lovely to
me." mild Miss Holmes, "and this
Miroly has been on ot tho most In;
' foresting pieces of work thnt I
A scvera outbrvak ot rabies from, have over dorio. Hut It neomn to
attacks of nffneted coyotes, 'lame n pity that, with this beautiful
threatened In Oregon, according to 'country and this wonderful cllm
Stnnley II. Jowott. chief of the lo yoji pooplo over hero hIioiiM
predatory nnlm.il division of tho have to go miles and miles nwny
buronu of biology. Tho result of from home to1 get sanatorium caro
Buch nn outbreak nt this time can-' when you 'need It you cortnln
not be estimated, ho declared, for,')' ought to have a sanatorium over
cattle and sheep arc now congre-j on this hJo of 'ho mountains. I
gated In winter pastures. coming back nnxt summer to
The chief cause of alarm Is found nwko n tuberculosis survoy of Kla
In reports from Washington and math Falls and tho rest of tho
Nevada -of a spread of rabies. j county."
"One rabid coyote In a hord ot
cattlo now could worK nnvoe," do- DIPHARD HOVFY
iiurcu jcu, una coyoio Niieci
cd with the disease could pass
through one of these pastures and
leave a wnko ot fatnlly-blttcn' cat
tle behind him." I Hlchard Hovey. who was nt one
Sufficient funds are available at time ttuperlntendent of tho Algomd
mo present unio to employ out leu,'""' "" u" onru nur.i an v-
or so men to combat such an epl- toi'slvo body of timber In the vlcln-
ity of that plant. Is In the rlty on
business. He states that ho Is
merely looking after some business
affair!) here, but rumor 'lis It llu?
he Ik here for the purpose of d
,nc something with the tlmbi- In
the vicinity of Macdocl, ow.iol by
hlniFclf and associates.
Vmbroced with tho nrei con
tro'led 'by them 1 about 100 019.
100 feet of as fliio timber as will
be foil ml In this territory. It will
rot be surprising' If a mill Is tn
stalled to cut up this timber, un
less It Is sold in tho moantlmo,
wiiich contingency Is not nt n! tin
STORE CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY.
OPEN WED. NIGHT UNTIL
domic, Jowctt ssld.
, Miss Grace Holmes, of the Ore
gon Tuberculosis association, left
yesterday on tho Medford' stage en
route for Eureka, California.
In discussing tho recent tuber
culosis clinics hold on the reser
vation, Miss, Holmes said that Dr.
Pierce advised Immediate sanator
ium care for eight ot the children
who showed unmistakable signs ot
Supt. V. O. West stated that ho
can, and will be glad to arrange for
The peasant ot India will not trust
tho savings banks and buries his
caro for any or all ot these, child
ren. If they will go. olthcr nt Lap-j money In tho ground,
wnl, Idaho, or In the government
sanatorium In Arizona. NVarly 9000.000 gallons of wino
Three of tho girls have already, havn bee;t made from a single grnpo
asked no be sent. J crop In Australia.
Buy for your present needs, for
Winter, and for Xmas
Everything for Men and Boys to Wear
$40 Values Now $27.65
$50 Values Now $32.35
$60 Values Now $39 .0d
Djess up for
6.00 Hats Now $4.80
9.00 Hats Now $6.5
$10.00 Hats now $6.75
Caps at 20 discount
Values to $10 .. .tfiqe
Values to $15 tQflC
Values to $20 ...til QB
Special .. $6.25
Hart Schaffner '
K. SUGARM AN
Big Mask Ball at Dairy
Sat. Nov. 26 Good Music Good Eats
1 For the- " B
"1 AINT MAD AT NOBODY"
BRIEF FILED ,
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
Mnko that Idle lMr w ht 4
It In the bank.
No more delightful way to entertain
can be found than with the music of the
Victrola. There is a kind to suit the taste
of every member of the family, every
guest, every mood, -whim, or. fancy
from the masterpieces of opera inter
preted by ue world's greatest artists to
stirring bands by famous leaders, antjl
the latest hits of vaudeville. '
Make jyour home resdund- with
music thiSi holiday season.
Come in nd select your Victrola on conveni
ent 'payments, if desired.
SALKM, Ore. Nov. 22. -Tho re
spondent's brief, atoned by Attor-.
noy General Van Winkle, and hi
assistant. Willis S. Moore, In behalf
of tho state bonus and loan com
mission, was filed today In tho case
I insiliuieu ii i nomas iiuiiry iiuu
of Portland to test tho validity of
inOBiaio uuiius anu man an.
A contention of tho plaintiff nnd'
appellant was that the constitution-
al amendment which is tho subject I
ot attack was not properly entered I
on the Journal. Tho respondents
claim It was entered In such a way
that It cduld he Identified and that
Is all that is required for validity.
Whllo respondents admit that
liouse bill 203 or tho bonu and
loan act, was not valid at tho tlmo
It was passed by tho legislature It
became valid when tho people sub
sequently adopted the now article
XI-C of tho constitution. Should
the plaintiff bo upheld In this
point, tho suprome court opinion,
It is said, -would Invalidate the
capital punishment law and othor
Tho following resolution has been
adoptod by tho Worn oil of Moose-
'Whereas tho Almighty has seen fit
to call our beloved brother Chun.
DeCumnn, He It
Itcsolved that wo, tho Women of
Mooaolieart Legion oxtqnd our heart
folt sympathy to our Sister Clara Do
Cuman "ln;hcr hour of bereavement
and ho it further
Resolved that a copy bo placed in
tho minutes of tho order, n copy bo
sent to tho bereaved family and one
published indally paper.
At the STRAND Tonight
SEE THE BIG FIGHT SCENE
It's a Real Battle No Three Round Cinch!
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By FOREST HALSEY
The story of an easl side fighter's victory
over the social barriers of lowly birth and his
winning the' love of a society leader. A tense
and romantic picture crammed with' action!
The one picture you mustn't miss I
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