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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1922)
THL'HHOAr, FKBRVAflV 1. A
THE EVENING HERALD;
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The. Lumber Industry
NEWS OF INTEREST TolttAiVlATH LUMBERMEN
EYES OF TRAGEDY
;jl j .
Mile Men It lie Quizoil (n Wnlf
BUILDING PERMITS OF
U. S. HELD GUARANTEE
OF HEAVY DEMAND
PORTLAND, Fob. 16 Hulldlng
permits already Issued In title all
over the United Htntes, nccordlug
to Crow' Pacific Coast Lumber In
dex, urn sufficient to guarantee rfj
(treat demand for lumber as noon ai
weather conditions are morn favor
able. It point out that lh F.ast
la In dlro need of lumber and fun
lint afford to hold off much longer
Condition In California ax In the
Hast have held off largo order, but
condition nro now adjusting them
selves and Indications are that buy
era In both ibc northern and cen
tral parti of tbo state should start
Weather Ihiartl Production
"The figures for this month,"
states tbo report, "show a very
slight but general decrease In the
output of all classes of both saw
and shingle mills, owing to weather,
conditions, which with snow and
low temperature, ha, shut quite n
numb"er of plants In spite of the
temporary lull In buying In some
fields tbat hao been factors the
last year, the sawmills, taken as a
wholo, make no complaint ot need
ing order. This .however, cannot
bo Mid or the ihlogle mills, which.
In the faco of practically no de
mands and prices that arc absolute
ly ruinous, continue t0 produce 70
per cent of thclr normal output.
"The imall llo-mirtu still find It
difficult to get business they ran
handle, and were it not for the sea
sonal buying of bridge plank; for
the middle West, for which orders
have started to rome in, there
would be practically nothing for
them to cut. Orders for ties hare
been obtainable, but with specifi
cations that practically eliminate
the small mills of account of tbo
class ot timber they usually hare.
MUI Htorka MmJuii
"Inquiry shows that the mills of
both Oregon and Washington have
practically no stocks or either com
mon or uppers, tbo only exceptions
being the few small mills that have
limited stocks of common boards
and dimensions which they have to
ship in straight cars .without up
pers. Everyone reports a good de
mand for car material and a large
number of the better milts are en
tirely sold out on retail yard Heme
or finished uppers.
Crow's report show, that out or
3C9 mills having a possible com
bined eight-hour output or 31,425,
000 reet dally, 212 are running and
ar cubing 73 per cent of what the
entire number normally should cut.
Of 218 mills with a dally capac
ity of GthOOO feet or over, 1C8 are
running and cutting 21.900.0U0
feet, Of 78 per cent of the normal
output for the entire number.
May Hmall Mills Closed
Among the smaller mills condi
tions re not a( favorable. Only 55
out or iti are running, and they
are cutting 39 per rent ot what the
entire number would normally cut
dally. A total ot 80 mills of this
class aro closed down.
Or the cargo milt'. SO out of 99
ure running and are turning out 87
per cent of what the combined out
put should be dally under normal
Out of the 179 sblngle mills list
ed 92 are In operation, and arc
turning out 70 per cent of it possi
ble combined output.
An indication that the railroads
Intend to start buying tie raaerlal
was given a few days ag0 when he
Northern Pacific and Denver Ic Rio
Urunde companies placed orders
with the Murphy Timber company
for 0,000,000 feet, or approximately
te&.uuu pieces. Of this amount the
Denver Rio Orande takes IGO.ooo
plocei and the Northern Pacific
Railroad Option Kxervised
These orders are just "drops In
tbo bucket" compared with what
the railroads throughout the coun
try need In tier, but they are indi
cations tbat the long delays tbat
have cbaraiterlied the activities of
the railroad companies during the
past few yearg are about to under
go a change.
J. R. HHAW RKTUR.VH
(J. R. Shaw, of the Sbaw-Berlram
Lumber company, returned last night
from six wastes' trip to Los Angeles
aid San Francisco.
', McQAVIli V1HITOR HKRK
F. O, McQavIe, wutern representa
tive of the Pennsylvania Sash and
Door company is hero on business! He
la registered at the White Pelican
hotel. vvr ' ,
Balem bullaMag permits for Janu
ary 1988 show Increase of too per
. t oyer JhoVr&(lsr.
f Ry Joe t'onley
Dliyou ever roam the forest
Intone the giant pines
An ji think of Nature's woudcrs
, Ind guie nt graceful lines?
Tli'i fro the mountain's side 1 studded
,fVlth such tall nnd stately trees
;i"li the work of Ood nnd ages
fvilnk Oh man, what work arc
Whc.nl the day I Just beginning
Ami ,h' branches still h.ie dew.
And t.Ve sunbeams rome n-glancltig
And leiimiid a pathway through.
And yon 'eel a ene of freedom
In the. NuornhigV brilliant glow
And tbo rhVleHh dancing
With the Vatern from the snow.
And It's IndifcfUletw true
How! It maps aWt ctticks Its warnings
Ajtd our mngftr knons the forest
WJien the sky's "no longer blue,
And tbo mos.eVon tho tree-trunk
Tells the wooi'nnan which Is south
And directs hlmjon his Journey
Just as true ut word of mouth.
Oh great fore.t, ycu great forest
How t lore tot hear you sing
Like a bird In It migration.
From tho'winr'er to the spring.
WHITK ANTS KF.SPONSIRI.K
FOR CKDiR UK SH1PM.F.VTS
TACOMA. Vash., Feb. 1G White
ants are reonitbtc ,tor the large
shipments of 'cedar togs and lumber
from this serilon to Japan, according
to Japanese aklppers who take lum
ber cargo bre. They say the white
nnt Is one lf the pests of Japan and
It has anifpctilc for wood.
The Japanese discovered that the
ants would iiot touch cedar. It Is ex
plained, ami .o they are using the
Cedar l 'now used In Japan fot
constructing? houses, railway ties,
pencils and toys for children, the Jap
anese say. It Is much cheaper than
the bard woods or the Orient that
alio baffle tb ants.
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WAHIIINdTON. 1). V, Fob. HI. -Nino
men woro ordorod bold for tho
grand Jury by tho rorumir' Jury
which brought In u xerdlct tnnlgbt In
eounectlou with tho oiilliipso of tho
roof lit tho Knickerbocker Motion
Picture the.itor .Inntmry 2S. loiultlttK
III tho death of t'S porsons
1 Tho nltio men, all of Washington,
woro It. (1 lloato, tho urolilloct of
tho building. .1 It. Ford, tho ougln
ror who doslgued tho roof struoluro,
Morris Itnrkor, building Inspector
wbon the theater wns lonstrui'todi
i Frank l. Wagner, (ho builder: Don-
nld Watlaro, genoral suiiorlntoudt'til
of construction. It !. Fletcher, sit
WANTKh I or I loom fuiitlihod
liniiso or not . by .1 ioIiiIIh llox
I, It F Mi-Mild offlio HI-1 7
.Mi:iiniltl) Ci:NTi:tt", MrdfonlM
IIIk New Di'l'itilmoiit Hloro duo lu
opoii nboill AM II first litis sumo floor
iinro for Iruso for it fnw iniiro )
i iMiluioiilii Including Dry (limilx
lloiiso Fiiriilithlug-t mid noiuo oilim
' Hkio In ii toiil iipiniriuiiliy In got In
on tho Kinuiid Moor ullli this llw
t ..i.Miiifuiliiii for niiyoiio whii Ii i'iiii
vnn 4t IM1II TltAltlf I'ori'iiltlo. 'i'I'Io uf hIihI(Iiik mill iiuiiiiikIiik n !
MJU H.M.I, tin tll.ii'i. iiii "".., 11..1..1, ,,,l lull U nm itHMin v ii
lull ifimil till; MIIIUK Ulllloi .1
Tlliilltlison liillto I. Ill S
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a.'.! '.Si's: wg"..S;r!;;;y(l;.:!:"" ' 15
luntiior (JiiIck ml ion in iioiohsiii) iih
mo'l of tbo fl(ty-ilil iloiuirlinoiiln
nro ulioiidy tnkoii All luiiulrlos ton
FOIt MAI.i: It I lloil coiKoioU ii-l '
ting eggs. U'lillo Leghorn soIIIiik
oggM unit Imliv ililiks lliiirnl Wolili.
IViituil I'lilut, (ho HI -
Itloiiill Unit nt Coloulill llooiun
Klirllig Honors Tor tublon fioili iliillt
KLAMATH I'MlWLIt NIIOI'
Hioiii' rsn n:k MhIii hi h,
Will oxi'liungo '.'ml Iniiid unto for
lumber Atldreis llitx M I' II.t.iM Hi
Hlomii 1 1 "'ii I nt Colonial llliomn 1 1,
t'Olt HAD' Few good milk cows
1 ami Fnu lutfim mum frt'nli III
lienntetidt'itt of tho llnmmolt Flro ,n, f , n iiumoit i, mr !
prootlng toiniuiin, wlili Ii built tbo of .Miller Hill si html luiuie Hits
walls, Joint L .Mi'Dounld, llio con .
trui tor who erected the steel: Thorn
Kterv.itiiv at tho llox,
from 1 1 to ii
.Mil on mid Folk liriirtnll liimonl
will eiuiiloy 100 iiiell
a I, Coitlgitn. ougluevr nnd rone I
I iiitter for tbo DHtrlct uf ( olumhlii
lliilldlng Doiuirliuent, who pitised on
tho plans, and Julian it. Dowumnn,
tho imtiMant building Inspector when .
I tho building- wax ronttructed. J
J The tniiift wiijt begun lust Tues-
- tiny nnd storet of wlttiesse were.
heard before tbo Jury begun Iti tlo
llberiitlnns behind rlosod doors. It
wu tint seven hours before It return
,ed Its flndlngx
WOOL PRICES SOARING
I'liuaiit H(o U Foiitlniteil In Hn n
Study these eyes'
SAN FRANClSt'O. Feb If. Wool
J prices continue to rise In (his uinik
' ot Home clips sold this week brought
5 ivnti three
wiu:iti: i:vi:itviioiv joi:s
limit: or iiii: ikihkinhin ii:.iciif.s
Country Store and
Wliit ilu miii re.til In Iiii. ie nf William 1)
lor the slam mole tllreclor" What wa It In these ejo 'but itttr.tcted ! tents, ugittn.u ..i to
women s respect unit devotion Do they bespeak tho attraction that ' weeks ago. drawers are slow (n make
raued Mary .Miles Mincer, the youthful movie star shown below, t() wrltwi rniilracm. Heaxy snow nnd cold In
him. "I loxi? )ou I love ou love jou '
RKOPKV lKKJIXO CAMPS.
ASTORIA, Feb. 16. Taking the
lead among the large scale logging
concerns In resuming operations, tbo
Crown Willamette Paper company is
preparing to reopen Its cam pi along
the Necanlcum rlxer, south of Sea
side. The camps are being prepared
and the crews are assembling.
tho misfortune to break her arm, and
will remain there until she It itblo to
resume her ptxltlnn.
It. I. Sutton, who was Injured
I tbo mountains has rained toiuo Iomi
I of lamb.
V K Jay. manager of tho Wood
'Curds company, returned lust night I
from a two wcck' trip to San Fran- about n week ago when the Klamath
cIsco. , creamery truck whlih ho wan drltlng
Joe Calalun of Ilildebrand Iran-' turned oxer on tho .Merrill highway,
sacted business hero yc.Mcnhiy. , will lx romoxed to bis homo from the
George Walton, cashier ot the First lllackburn hotpltal today.
trial r .lottv 'akm:i.l
(Conlnued from Fago 1)
tB S Mil 1 1 .
High School to Meet
. Chiloqutn Team Friday
Vhen the Klamath county high
school and Chiloqutn line-up In the
K. A. A. A. gymnasium next Friday
evening. It will be the last chance
this car for people of Klamath Fait
to see the high school basket ball
team In action against an outside
The local boya got a late start this
year as tbey did not begin to prac
tice until the first of (Decomber and
were not going good until the mid
dle of January, but tbose xvho saw
th'cm in action last Friday night
against Merrill fe-l sure tbey form
as good a team .a there Ix In the
At their best the Klamath Falls
five ought to run up a big score but
a change In lineup Is very probable
again bo there will be no high score,
fioetr bas quit practice to work,
Shrlver will take his place at center,
Peyton will work his usual at for
ward and Mills will be substitute.
DOWXKV IB APPOIXTK1J
TRAINKH FOR HKXATOItH
Jack Downey, tbo San Francisco
'fighter, who met Karl Ritchie here
recently, bas been appointed the Sen
ator' trainer, according to word re
ceived here by Promoter Underwood.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Feb. 16. The
Cardinal pitchers ure scheduled to
hold their first workout at the spring
training camp at Orange, Texas,, Feb.
19'.'SUteen pitchers and five catchers
depart for the camp Feb. 17.
Branch Rickey, manager of the
team, announced that the following
pitchers would report at the camp
about a week 'earlier than other
members of the team: Sberdel, Bail
ey, Doak, Haines, Pertlca, Pfoffer,
Ooodwln, Riviere, Rclnhardt, North,
Fuller, "Walker, Barfoot, Rarnes,
Benton and Montgomery.
nlo'g' cjljrifu'rlng 1921 are tT8757C,00
National bank of Merrill Is a btxl
ne-xs xlsltor today.
Klmcr Ilolcomb and Homer Cahler.
farmers residing on the Midland
road, transacted buslnexs In this city
R. II. Anderson of the Merrill Mer
cantile company Is In town today
looking utter business Interest.
W. II. Wulcb Is tranactlng busi
ness here today from bis homo at
Leslie Itogcrs and A. M." Collier
went to Merrill last night to attend
the monthly dlrectorx inciting ot the
FiHt National bank of Merrill.
OttJ Fuetterer. construction engin
eer for tho new- Hart hultdlng being
erected at the corner of Klghlh and
Main streets, has returned from Cali
fornia xvhere he lias spent several
J. A. Hall, forest supervisor of the
Forest Sen lee with headquarter at
Slsson, urrlxed here last night to at
tend to business In connection with
the Shasta forest reserve.
Mr. and Mrs. (S. Downing are
regUtered at tho Whlto Pelican hotel
Mr. and Mrs (i. O. Stagg left tbLx
morning for a trip through Califor
nia. They took the train to UVcd
and expect to tlrhe thn re.t of the
v.-nj from there, returning hero in .t
month or so.
Mr. and Mrs. Letter Kirkpalrbk
left this morning for Dorrls where
tbey were called by tho serious Ill
ness ot Mr, Klrkpatrlck's slster-ln-law.
Jerry Stutz, who lias been the
night clerk at the Hall hotel for bov
erel months, left this morning for
Oakland, where ho expects to locate,
Mr. nnd Mrs. .P. K. Hannon left
this morning for San Francisco on
a combined business and pleasure
trip. Tbey expect to bo gone for sev
Mrs. Orb Campbell, who resides at
Pine (irovo, spent the day hero yc.x
K. J. Rogers, a forest ranger who
has spent the past thrco weeks In
Roseburg. returned last night and
left on tho stage for Odessa whoro ho
William Duncan was n passenger
on thin' morning' train for Oakland
where' lie. will visit xvlth bis wlfn unit
smull'son, who nro spending the win
ter t litre.
Mr, and Mrs. Perry Ilurko loft thin
mornlng'for San Francisco onn busi
ness anfl'plfasiire trip. They wxpect
to remain for u week or ten days.
W. F. Merman returned last night
from a trjp toCalirornlu'and loft for
his home'ln Merrill this morning.
A. F. X'ondrey, nmployed by the
Southern Pacific company at Duns
mulr, It registered at tho "Arcade
R. V. Kss, a farmer of thevPlevna
district, transacted business here yes
terday. Mrs. Helen FIshfer, xvho for some
tlne has been employed by tho Klam
ath Dye AVorku left this morning for
an Imleflnlto vi.xlt with horjiarcntH In
Richmond. Mm. Fisher recently had
Mr. .ind Mr Cheter Axery were
i Ity business visitor today from tbolr j pusCrer
ranch on trie .Merrill road.
cut In the courtroom u. well m n
sprinkling of minister
The Jury waa coniponod of L N
Haines, tinsmith: J. S Mills, Implem
ent dealer; W T Clllott and Frank
Bryant, ranchers . and C . Thomas
Mr and Mrs. K J. Murray left
this in y nil ii g to xlslt reLUIxes In
Pamalllo. California, nrid to enjoy u
lOltCIN IN (JFRMANV
will in: ri:dl'ci:d half
WASHINGTON. D V. Fob. IS
J. Warren Kerrigan
xac.ttloit In Pan Francisco
next week or two.
Get results by using class ads.
for the! Tho war department announced tho,
Immediate reduction or .1,;oo In the,
American forces In Ocrmany, leav-j
'nnd His Own Company1
The Coast ot Opportunity"
By PAGE PHILLIPS
A big out-door picture full of nction and thrills, nlo
TWO BIG COMEDIES
' ' iiss i 9 , ,
A Few Country Store Prizes jiiven awny toniyht.
Two pound. Independent Market Home Made Fork llaiujg".
Ten pounds Sugar. Sink of Flour, Two UiU-Wtn. one pound tr
t'offeo, Package of Te t llox of CriK-kent. Mount of lleef frotii
llalei Market, Two llu. Hwet .Shop Candy, and other.
Prize given away at 8:45. Show starts at 6.30
Admission. 10c and 20c
Colds and Grippe
sore throat, and feripe in fact, a mild form of KLU.
ml "first aid" remedies are ineffectual a pliytiicitii. all
Manv nconle are now afflicted with colds,
Colds should not be neglected. If the mm
be called at once. ,
We are prepared to fill your prescriptions carefully mid with ilruijs of higheyt quality. Uring then to uh
Nytotls Fold Cream .. - c
Nyals' Face Cream .... !
Pond'g Cold Cream tWnandittc
Daggett & Itams.lelN . ..OOcanil 40c
Pdlmollvo Cold Cream .- - M)c
Siiiibb'rt Cold Cream . .- . - Htr
Cocoa Ruttor Cold Cream Mc
Colgate ChurmU Cream ... "o
Red Feather Cold Cream Wc
Ingram',, Milkweed Cream. 91.00 and 50c
Pond'a Vanishing Cream .. ,05c and 3.1c
Woodbury V Facial Cream OOu
Wlvetlnn Vanishing IWe.
Pompolan Day Cream OOn
Crumn Klcayu 70e.
Mary Garden Vanishing Cream 70c
Pomptdan Illoom Oc
Illrd Rouge ..i!Oc
lloiigo Dorinn .! - "
DJerklss Rouga .....5c
Mary (iurdon Rougo 70n
Vtda Rosu Rougo .5(K;
Nylotls Faco Powder 00c
Day Dream Fco Powder ..75o
DJerklss 05c und Sl.lff
Pussywillow - 50a
Pompolan Ileauty Powdor hoc
Armand'H Faco Powder 50c nnd SJI.OO
Three Flower 75o
,, Java Rlcb Powdor 00c
Colgato'rt Talcum A5c
Chu-Mlng It Florient SOc
'MavlH Talcum - SOn
Pompelan Fragrance 'Or
, Curu Norao $1.00
Lady Mary 40c
,iMennen'H Talcum .v. BOo
(vNylotlii Talcum ...tl.i: IU!
Your Home Medicine Cheat
should contain the follewing:
Camphorated Oil 50c
Mustard Ointment 35c
Cold Tablets (laxative .. 30c
Throat Gargle . 50c
Fever Thermometer $1.50
Oil Eucalyptus 35c
Alio a Good Hot Water Bottle.
We have a two-quart bottle,
gliaranteed Made by the
Faultless Rubber Cempany:
Camluy Hand Lotion no,-
NynU' Hand Lotion tuc
Hind's Honey nnd Almond
Cainelllli! , 50,.
Oriental ('renin , ... . 75rnud 91.50
Miiurlno Ileauty Lotion . 50,.
Dormu Viva ,-j,.
Holmes Fiintllla n,-j
Rspxy'a ('team MOc
Mom ' alio
O'loiouo (Hie nnd 5u
A D, H Dendnr.1 , a.V
Hplro Powder iuie
lV"""" OOiuind Hih-
VolvelllM PoUiler ,i(L.
Demlrarle '. 7Hi' ami alo
I'helaitlnu . .ai.in
X IIiizIu'h Ponder .'......'.'....nilc
Vnlvtilliitt Deplliitnry , T..HI.OII
Malvln.i Cream , do,.
Ktlllm.in'M Fret-kin Cream no,.
Volvotliiii Freckle Creiim 5ti(
Piirolit I'reeklii (Jream .-(
Olhliio. Dniibln Ktrunclli Ml. 'JO
ll'Tiy'it I'locklo Ointment 15(,
Miniiliin Freckln Cronm no,.
Cu-lti-Co Frecklo Cioiim ;joc
Pepsntleiit Tooth Panto nu
Pidieco Tooth Pasto )e
t'olgulo'H Tooth P.IHhl ',' "J.'l,,
Periixldn Tooth Pusto 'm,,,
Nyilenta Tooth Pasto t"aUo
W v, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON ttS
f 'where particular people lly
I pilvl UY TMtlR DRUGS EgJ
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
UY THtIR DRUGS