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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Lumber Industry
NEWS OF INTEREST TO KLAMATH LUMBERMEN
TO GET OUT OF RUT
AND SEEK MARKET
8KATTI.E, Feb. 20. That north
went lumber mnnufnctiircni mut get
out of tholr rut nnl bo nfter now
nnd turgor market wa ono of tho ite
duration miulc today by n. Vliv
ticttRO, retiring president. In his ml
draw at tho annual mooting hero of
tho West Const Lumbermen's associ
ation. VlRoroun work In needed to extend
nmrkelH Into which northwest lum
ber Is now golnR and much morn at
tention must he Rlf on to levcloiment
of markets, he said. Manufacturer?
must do more than they have been
ilolnR lo meet the diversified de
mands of all clashes of buyers, he ad
ded. The annual report of Hubert t. Al
lan, secretary-manager of tho nssocl
ntlon, also declared that the future
of lumbering In this region depends
largely on the manufacturer; that
business and prosperity are not like
ly to be forced on the Industry, but
must bo cultivated.
Tho statements of the two officers
not only were accepted without dispute-
by the largo gathering but were
emphaslted in the discussions thru
out the day. Klf ty-flvo - retail lum
ber dealers from eastern cities, mem
bers of the New York association's
excursion party attended tho session
and tho discussions developed n
frank and almost contlnuoin ex
chongo of opinion between retailer
If Klamath N to reculvo .Its lull
shnro of tho pro par My Incident tit
tho 192." fair It wilt ho Iwcusum n
hnvo good roads with which to con-
flvlnco rospectli Investors of Its
wonderful future." I
.M.MIKI'.T ItKIHMtT 1
CHICAH0, Feb, 20. Stee now
advances canto in whent todnr- All
ircVu top pi Ices of this mm son
wero surpassed. In somo cnso.i tho
liutrket .idanced CJ cents n bushel.
A. 1J. Kruio who about a enr ago
bought out tho l)e Armond mill at
lloqum Springs returned last night
from i business trip to Portland and
DAVIS IX CITY
Hobert 11. Davis, who ofer.ttes a
mill at Swan Lake, accompanied by
Mrs. Davis, Is here for n few days.
They aro registered at the White
E. A. Hlockllnger, president of the
Chlloquln Lumber company, Is n-gls-tered
nt the White l'ellcan hotel from
SKKHOIt.V IS VIS1TOII
W. V.. Seehorn, who has been
spending tho winter In I'klnh, Is a
business visitor here.
CIMS. OTKV KCTWIXS
Chas. Otey. well-known logger, has
returned from Southern California
where he and Mrs. Otey have been
spending tho winter. Mrs. Otey stop
ped oft at Dorrls.
24 Round .of Boxing
at Scandinavian Hall
Scandinavian hall tonight will be
tho sccno of 24 rounds of fistic ex
hibition, with Hobby Hon and Hilly
Huff, both local favorites. In the
main event. They will go 10 rounds
Tho wholo card appears to be good.
Harrington will hare opportunity to
show what ho can do with tho Mer
Merrill fighter, Dick Stevens; while
Kid Wise will take on Battling
Urnwn, the Chicago challenger. These
will bo six-round and four-round
bouts. , i
Tufty Andarson and Young Hob
Fltislmmona will appear ncurtaln
of China Won by Marines
PEKING, Jan. H. (Dy mall)
Tho football championship of China
has now been won by a team rep
resenting tho American marines
stationed In Peking as the legation
guard. Tho title was won, after
tho championship of North China
had been clinched by a defeat f
the Fifteenth infantry and by a
ganio with tho team from tho
American club of Shanghai, which
went to tho credit of Peking by the
scoro of 35 to 10. The final game
was played In Shanghai beforo a
crowd of about 2,000 spectators
on the 31st of December.
The marine team had practiced
for about two monthi under the
coachlug of Captain Tenney, a for
mer halfback at Hrown University,
and two former Princeton players
Tho brand of football which they
put up would have compared favor-
ubly with that of many college
teams In America, and throughout
tho short season of three games
the marine squad was relieved of
all other duties. Tho trip to Shang
hai wa taken by seventeen men
and the squad was accompanied by
Colonel Karmany, commander of
tho legation guard In Peking as
well ng by. Coach Tenney and tho
marine athletics officer.
D. A. R. IS ORGANIZED
Eulatotta la Nmjuo Clioaea by Men
bc."W for CJ'ApMr
On Saturday afternoon, at the
Chamber of Commerce rooms, tho or
ganisation of a Chapter of the Na
tional Society of tho Daughters of
the American Ilevolutlon was per
fected. In order to become a member of
Ibis great organisation, a woman
must b able to trace back In direct
lino, to all ancestors who rendered
service to hU country In the Hevolu
tionary war. In tho United States to
day there ure moro than 17E.000
members of this society and an In
creasing interest i being shown, as
American women realize the impor
tance of maintaining the high Ideals
of, their ancestors who fought to pro
serve America (or the Americans.
Thl aoeiety stands for love of
ttuntry, service to that country, un
wmlai loyalty to the Government
Mi (or Ike study of American bis-
1 ftwt'Md mer?aton o national and )
load history and historical places.
AViicn white settlers first visited
tho present site of Klamath Kails.
Oregon they found a populous Indian
village at the lower end of Upper
Klamath Lake where Its waters enter
Kulalona, the namo of this first
known settlement In tho locality, has
been chosen by tho newly organized
local chapter of the National Society
of D. A. R., as a fitting designation
for an organization devoted to the
preservation of the history of our na
tion and locality.
The following officers were ap ap
eointed: Chapter Itegent. Mrs. Nellie
Wattenburg; Vice Regent, Mrs. Mae
Werdcn: Recording secretary, Mrs.
Bcrnlce Ferris: Corresponding secre
tary, Mrs Mijlam Winchester Eber
leln; Treasurer, Mrs. Lora Fuller
Evans; Registrar, Mrs. Allco Vaugh
an Wright; Historian, Mrs. Rachael
The State Regent, Mrs? J. A. Keat
ing of Portland will visit the chapter
In the near futuro and complete the
It Is hoped that all ladles of the
city, who are eligible will become In
terested and Join this patriotic society.
BOOSTS GOOD ROADS
Jami'a M. Watklns Jr. In Telegram
The following telegram was receiv
ed by The Herald today from James
M. Watklns, Jr., at Ashland:
"Concerning the road bond Issue, It
seems to mo that Klamath county
will take a long step backward if the
present road program Is not carried
out without unnecessary delay.
"We cannot expect to maku even
reasonablo progreu In tho develop
ment of the wonderful natural re
sources of our county unless a con
certed effort Is made to provide de
rent roads for the thousands of tour
ists, a great many of whom will be
the property owners and tax-payers
Every day at the Hex, 25c dinner
from 11 to C. 15-22
We furnish a nice warm dressing
room, a bathing suit, towel and show
er for 35 cents. The plunge Is free
to spend what time you like. Coma
and have a good time. J26 V. 28
Every day at the Rex, 23c dinner
from 11 to 6. 15-22
All Tills Veek
Parisian Perfected Art Embroidery
"A Point for Every Purpose"
This Is the only RaUed Embrold
ery Needle tbut enubles the user to
work with all sizes of thread, and
yarn, on all kinds of woven ma
terlal and that is guaranteed
against breakage, bv replacing all
broken parts Free of Cbarge.
Needles for all sizes of thread
and yarn from sewing silk to carpet
rags, tnui worn on rauric rrom
Georgette to Burlap. One Holder
for All. Ono simple vertical wedge
stitch for all.
Dou't condemn thU needle be
cause you have bought otbent and
can't use them. We teach you to
use the needles we sell, and our
'.personal demonstration will qualify
you to make uoaumui worK ana an.
nul all previous disappointment,
. Golden Rule Store
See Window Display
l'WVJXANO, Vb. St. Ontlle,
stiudy; iMob. sttwuty to SSe higher,
prime llRhf.lS.Srt to $12.00: Slnep.
nU'iitty to 1 fonts hbjtlier; East
mountain lambs fclt to tlO.73; llggs.
2c lowvr. buylUR price 23c to 27c:
Butter, steady. .
'wyteat IMS tojt.ao.
Hold Hill Big noli! strike In Red
Now sanatorium! 1 at Boswell
Springs to open up 1ri spring.
Albany Shell cotnpvny to erect
Eugene to hnvo modOrn apart
Silver l.ako creamery to rebuild.
Oregon to get 1,S7B,664 out of
IIS.000,000 fund fitr forest ro.ul.
Umaplnc Centract: let forv erec
tion of 19.000 Ornngr hall.
Every day at
B 11 to ti. '
t tho Rex, 25c dinner
Walter (1. West rnmo In from the
Klamath Agency Saturday oumltm
and lift Sunday morning for Port
Chief of Polleo Wilson loft for
Portland tlila mornlnit, whore ho will
bo witness befotu tho Federal grand
Jury. Officer .McLaughlin, who will
nlso bo it wUuivss, left osterdny
.Ml.is M. York and Miss M. C. Kills,
school teachers from Poo Valley,
spent tho week-end In this city.
It. I. Smith returned lnl night
from a vacation trip t. various
points In California. Mrs. Smith
did nut return, but will remain In
S.tn Francisco for tho remainder of
Frank Oraybnol, it well known
farmer of tho Merrill dNtrlct, spent
Saturday hero on business.
1). M. Mcl.omore returned to Oak
laud this morning, after having
apeut several days in thbt city
transacting business with local
Mrs. II. Unix itrrhed last night
from her homo at Sattt.i Maria. Cal
ifornia. While hero she will bo
tho guest of Mrs. 0. Amlross of tho
AudroM (llovor Style shop.
"Bolt" Robertson returned here
last, night, nttor having spent sev
eral mounts in reru nun other
Charles Otey was an nrrltnl on'
lust night's train from un ottonslvo
trip through Southern California
and other points,
R. I. HiVtil pf Chlloquln Is regis-1
tered at tho Arcade hotel from Ills
home jn Chlloquln.
Jas. O. D.ffi was n Sunday arriv
al at the Arcane hotel from Algomn.
E. J. McClanahan, u representative
of the Standard OH company, urrited
here last night from Sacramento to
look after compairy Interest here.
William Duncan returned from
Oakland last nlghl whero hu visited
for a few days with his family.
Mm. Rex McMillan returned here
last night after .'javlr.g spent the past
week with her huWind In Dunsmulr
J. P. MrAulltfo and -C V Loosloy
were business visitors hero from Fort
FOR RENT Furnished
ralilu. 711 Walnut
Let us hel you titiiku our home
beautiful witli flowers.
KLAMATH Fl.OWIIIt SHOP
Phone SS9 S3t Main St 20
Pt'HSE FOr.ND Owner may have
same by ending ut this ottlc. Iden
tifying protiorty and pa) lug for ad.
WANTED Bell boy at White Pell
ran hotnl. 20
Every dity at the Hex, 25c dlnnor
from 11 to fi. 15-22
WIIKHE KVKKVIIODV CiOKH-
HOME OF THE IIODKIXSOX FKATl)llKS
"Making the Grade"
Also the Big Comedy
MABEL NORMAND in 'A Miss Leading Lady"
AL JENNINGS in another episode of his life
WILLIAM HART in "The Gun Fighter
Admission. 10c and 20c
to the Public
They are Not Tight .
The Way They Are Buying Tickets, We Will Have
, to Build on to Scandinavian Hall, or EUe s
, Repeat the Show at a Later Date
American Legion Genuine
Burnt Cork Minstrels
SHOWING AT SCANDINAVIAN HALL'
FEBRUARY 21, AT 7:30 P. M.
General Admission 50c i
No War Tax Charged
Reserved Seats 75c. Oh sale at O. Larson's Shoe
Shop, Main, near Sixlli
New Peiace Dollars
We have juat received a shipment of now
which we will trade you for your old onc-s
' ns 'long as the supply lasts.
This is Uie first change the government
has made in stamping the dollar for nearly
half a century, and it will make you a nice
souvenir. . t
The First National Bank
"The Bunk with over -1,1200 Depositors"
For Rest of Month
Claxon Hand Horns Half Price
Violet Ray Headlight Lens, $-1.00 pair, sale price $2.25
LOlectric Tail Lumps for Fords, $1.25 each, sale price 65
Tuthill Guaranteed Springs
Buick Front Tuthill Guaranteed Springs, $i;).G5, sale price $6.85
Chevrolet Rear Springs, $10.80, each, sale price t $5.40
Chevrolet Front Springs, $(5.00 each, sale price $3.00
Ford Front Springs, $5.50 each, sale price $2.75
Overland (85) Front Spring, $9.00 each, sale price $4.50
GriLs Grease Guns (High pressure) $8.00 each, sale price... $6.00
One Assortment Spark Plugs, sale nrice, each 25
Inland Piston Rings, $1.00 each, sale prfce 50
31x4 Plain Tires, oversize for any car using 30x3 clincher
$18.75, sale price .7. $10.00
Robes, $17.50 each, sale price $10.00
Robes, $10.00 each, sale price ... $9.00
Bumpers 25') Discount
Ford Corked Brake Lining, set $3.00, sale price $1.50
Foot Warmers, $2.50 each, sale price $1.25
-Washington Shock Absorbers, $0.00 set, sale price $3.00
Complete line of, Gabriel Snribbcrs, Timkcn, Hyatt and Now
Departure Bearings, Zenith Carburctprs and Ignition parts
always on hand.
Finest equipped machine and repair shop in Southern Oregon
400-416 South Sixth Street
Klamath FalU, Oregon