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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Annr.v, march 4, jkm
Production 12 Per
Cent Below Normal
One hundred nnl thirty mill re
porting to Writ Coast Lumbermen'
association for the week ending
February 26th manufactured 77,
K37.7IR feet of lumber; fold fir.,
684,842 feet, nnd shipped 70,201,
I'rnditctlon wax only IS per cent
below normal, :ew business was
COVKIt.YOKS IX CUNFKUK.NCK
TO ItKMKIIV llltt'd KV1I.
Three of Illfated. Crew
PORTLAND, March 4. Tight en-J
Ing and stricter enforcement of law
ngalnst Illicit tlrtiR traffic nnd Inflic
ting morn severe penalties upon viol
ator, were the object of ir confer
ence of governor and representatives
of executive of lx western state
here today on call of doer nor 01
cott Hart of Washington, nnd Olcott
below normal. Ship-were present The governor of Call-
Kit per ent
menu were 10 pr cent below pro
duction. Forty-two -per .cent of nil new
bujilnes, ue daring the week was
fcr, future, delivery "by water. This
mi0unVrd,'',lo 27.444.S1S feet, of
which ll'iial.DOG feet will tnove
coastwise and IntrrcomtRl, and 15.
A13, 3.1ft feet will moze export. New
business for delivery by rail
amounted to 1 274 carload.
Forty Pr cent of 'hi' week'
lumber shipment moved by water I
ThU amounted to 28.171.9S3 feet.' TltANKC1TINK.VrAI. .lll
of which the dome.tle clearance M'.HVICi: KfMW llll.Vll.i:ii
acroiintH tor 1 9 . 3 r, , 5 1 S feet and
oversea, clearances S,l'26.065 fent.
Itnll shipment amounted to 1.401 '
I'nfllled domestic cargo order
total S,:.&!i,:iS. nnd unfilled ix
port order 9S.496.C02. I'nfllled
rail orders total 4,3 tt carload". '
fornla, Idaho, Montana nnd Wyoming
14 Kll.l.m IV TRAIN
AND llfS COLLISION
CLF.VP.LANt). March 4 The col
Union of a New York central pasicti
ger train nnd bus at Plalnesvllle last,
night resulted In 14 death. Five
were seriously Injured nnd three nre
expected to die.
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Mm. M S Went was Vistes to the
A N. W. club at her home on Third
atreet Wednesday afternoon About
twelve, member of the club were
privtrnt and were delightfully enter'
tallied by their hostess During the
afternoon It was voted to take up n
silver collet Hon nt t-nch meeting to
be donated to the pla) ground fund
ACIlCAIIi:, FARM I.ANIlH.. Haiti lien
In tiiule for general iiieri'liimd
le or nny good hualntvn In Klnmnth
Pnll. Write Pour Hllo Hole Aiteney,
Medford llldg.'.Medfold, Oregon
POIl HCNT -One furnished house
keeping loom, 1143 I'lno Hume.
POIl UKNT 3 room furnished opt
IMinno 273,1 4 !
Left to right Captain W J. Reed Kcarsdale. N ? Malor J
(1 Thornell Sidney low.i. and Captain O L Mabry. Tampa Kla
Heed was Innted Thornell and Mabry were killed .Mabry m,i In
command of the flight of the Roma Thornell was former torn
mander 4 ml a veteran of dirigible flyliig
tri'ck ;.uiiu:.p.aH v.ti:i
Kiperieneeil men Know tng celery
i growing ran get opportunity to pro
duce bumper eropn on flneit celer
i laud In world No rush Imettuivut In-
. fnlw.l I Mill l...l.l. ..II ll.M l,.l
, .itiii'H -I III lllllltcil 11 !(,- ll,,,l.
required ou u vrop unare tiaoi ee
mn nl once us this offer will only be
made to n limited number of men
U. JACOUS, Klamath Falls 4
WASIUNC.TON l. C . .March 4
Fund to continue transcontinental
nlr null nervlce ha beu proxlded
under an agreement by the enate'
committee. The houe had refued
to provide fund.
POriMP.ll IIL'II.IHXfi TltAIIKS
l'IUIIKNT IS Acyi'lTTPIl
CHICAGO. III.. March 4. .Simon
O'Donnell. formerly president of the
Chicago llulldlng Trades council, nnd
three otier labor leaders charged
with graft, extortion and cotuplrary
in connection with an alleged build
ing trust here, today nere acquitted
by the Jury.
xo moiik km:k skkiw
WASH1NCTON. !), C. March 4.
The $300,000 freo eed Item, carried
for year In the house agricultural
Ml'Ht'l.iV OI'KXS STflHO
Mr. V. K. Karqunlisr has arrived
from California to Join her husband,
who ha been here for itbout three
week. Parquahar ha M-cur-d a
home and opened a studio for saxo
phone nnd piano pupils ni 4 41 X
Ninth street. He' came here from
Oakland and s.ts li finds a promis
ing fluid here for mu'lcal develop
ment. He has had lifelong experience
In teaching, and has succeeded In or
ganlzlng u considerable class. Mr.
Karquab-r was accompanied by their
I noon, the mention being her birth-d.sj.
A wry enjojable afternoon was
spent with funcy work, at the clot
of which dainty refrehment were
newly , ,.rvod to .Mesiltnc. James Hilton.
organUed group of the tounger set ,j,,P Smith, Charles House. M J. Ny.
of the town have been preparing for' hurt. Curl Schubert Jr nnd daughter
FOIt HUNT 3 room partly furnish
ed house I2S on per monlb Dun
ham Auto Co
W ille IllStiilllllg (III si t In (lain
(iliiliniiiul foi uiitiimnlillo mdlalor
ii-palrluit, mid guiiraiilen our work to
bo done. In ii thorough nnd firm class
manner N. Halues, H23 Mnlu ill
Phono 323 4
At last I hion opened my studio
and win rejdy to retelvo pupils on
aaiouhoni) and piano, Htudlo 441 N
NliilWiili V IN'FatUUhiir. !-!!
WANTKD -To bur ten good griide
kows, or gilts, bred to firov this j u , , , wofk t
sptlDg A. M Tho.iias. Miillu. Oregon ,imlr,,nn(l HntutdaM. CHI
' i.mi.iii 4.7
POU SAI.H- Will sell m 3 !i4 Ion
(i M. C motor truck. In good con
dltlon, new tires, can deliver April 1.
Aliwer b letter, V II Kilts. Ihilrv
The (iaellc Dramatic Club.
F. W. Sexton has moved hi plac
of residence from the Ilryant ranch
bill, wait lopped off today by the ap-lon the Merrill road to 1633 Cre
proprlatlon committee. (cent avenue, In this city.
-TCHF.RR KlERl-BODV GOKB-
HOMK OF THK RODKIXHOX FKATCRE8
Neal Hart in
If you llko the atmosphere of the great outdoor If you want to
see tho wonderful Northern Light shown successfully for the
first 'time on u motion pluuro screen If you want to see Neal
Hart, "America's Pat." In the most exciting film production be
bu ever made- DONT MISS "SKYFIRE"
And Good Comedies
ZANE GREY'S mA Psterfil Stsry
"The Mysterious Rider"
' And AL JENNINGS, the Reformed Bandit
Also a Good Comedy. Continuous Show starts at
STICK! STICK! STICK!
Admission, 10c and 20c
the proper celebration of St Patrick's
day. Murch 17th. They propose to
produce 'Diamonds nnd Hearts", a
comedy drama In three nets, Inter-1
sperted with lrlh song nnd steps
They hate ."elected the Lyceum bull'
ItlMead of one of the loenl theatre?
becaus of the dancing after the pUy
The I.lbrnry dub will meet In Its
club room Friday afternoon. March
M. Mrs. Charles W Kbcrleln will
entertain by a leuure on Oriental i
The local Klks lodge held their an
nual election Thursday night, follow
ed hy a 'musical program nnd ait-
drises. The evening closed with a I
lunch. There was a large attendance
The following' officers were elect
Ilurge W. Mason, exalted ruler:
Frank Ward, esteemed leading
knlgbt; Clenn Jester, esteemed loyal
knight: I,. O. Hoagland, esteemed
lecturing knight: It. K. Momyer.
Karle. f(leore (irlztle and daughlet
Helen niiit P (J Oergus.
FOIt HK.ST 2 room npl evervtlilng
i furnished, $2ii. Turner AHs SI 2
Oak St I in
i FOIt SAI.lv- (lopil paying biMluess,
I no ejiperlencii required, eitellent
location, ritrnliig 3oo to fioo ter
month deJin -ran be dewdoprd bet
ter Terms arranged Write Four Site
Sales Ageiiet. Medford llldg , Med
I ford, Oregmi 4
POIl HAt.i: -Modern 4 room bouse,
with enclosed back porch, bulllln
kUchtngpodiqtytilon. 3 bloik from
Main t-Ot UU S'lTO. I'rlced for quick
sale- I'hooe 574W or D25 Wash Hi
FOIt SAl.i:- S ft OaU flli rim
illlilng Iwbln. small bulfet kiiIi
mirror, oak library liible, wnrdrolie
1 -1H20 Dodge, $550.00
1 -t92ll Dodge. li'.OO UO
I IHI7 lllilik, 4 Under. J.'.imHIii
1 -lit 17 llulik. o Under. I "ml W
I l pit' iiiiick. rjiniiirr, i"v "" j " " --
1 - llurle) Davidson motor crle tug. 2 te rugs, range, heater nnd
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With elite iar, in goon riuiui
lltlth SAI.KS A Ml:lt H. C.
KIhiiiiiIIi Ave,, nl Till, I
WANTKD oiiiig man for nil
around work Holland hotel 2 '
lllllll'l, I'M- ,.M....y . .- -"
spring edge I ouch, sulln finish brats
lied Iron bed I II H rug. I Wilton
tug. 2 1'leV rugs, range, ornyr nun
liter nt Helen good values ' Phone
i;iWir Wush Ht 4
IIKAHKH PAIIP. 2
H voil wish to lenlll saXMtilioiie or
piano see Mr V K Faiiiihnr, Ml V
Ninth Ht l
ftC i I'll 'I -0xJKt
Is our motto. We employ only skilled mech'anies,
and guarantee satisfaction.
Get your car ready for the Summer before the
roads dry up. We cany a complete stock of Gen
uine Ford Parts and Accessories; also used parts
for many makes of cars.
You will find us at 224 Main street, Phone 246-R
KLAMATH FALLS AUTO CO.
ROY CALL, Prop.
secretary: l.lojd Porter, treasurer;
C J. Martin, trustee: Oliver Splkor,
.CA. Hayden, past exalted ruler,
was chosen delegate to the grand
lodge convention this year, nnd W.
S. Wiley was named a alternate de
4 4 4
Mm. T. C. Campbell' wan a recent
hoitess at a very charming luncheon
given at her beautiful borne on Pine
xtreet. The table was beautifully laid
with point Jace, the center decoration
being; an antique silver candelabra
with candles that carried out the
dainty color acbeme used throughout
Mr .Campbell's guest were the
Mlsse.s Avis Dougherty, F.llxabetn
Key, Florence Pflueger, Orace Far
rand and I.orctta Jennings.
During the afternoon a number of
the friend of theie popular young
women called at th tea hour.
iMr. Hlanche Warren Collier was
also the motif for a delightful lunch
eon given nt Mm Campbell's home
shortly before Mrs. Collier left for
her future home In Illy.
A combination costume dance ami
curd party wa given last Tuesday
evening at Lyceum hall by Hand
number Three. Tho hall win taste
fully decorated and the toitume
wern of all descriptions ;ind hue. A
prjze for the best costume was award
er to Miss Cecilia McMahon while
tho prize for the highest Hcore went
tn H. K. Deweese.
During tho evening h short musical
program wavt rendered. A quartet
composed of Mr. Myron Noud, Mr.
Hanlon Crump, Miss Itupy Penwlck
and Walter Hannon sang several
songs, with piano accompaniments by
Mis' Marie Davenport.
MfV K.' 0. Drelier gavo a piano
solo, and Walter Jlannon n violin
solo, accompanied by Miss Elizabeth
About tulrly couple enjoyed the
evening and pronounced it a great
Klaborate plant are being made for
a masquerade bull to be given nt tho
Etta' temple on March 22. for 'Elk
and their fumlllex.
Mm. h. Bradford and Mm. Joe Al
nut w.111 act as hostesses at the regu
Ur meeting of tho Kllu' Ladle club
next Tuesday afternoon. All member
oro requested to bo present. ,
A' regular meeting of tbo Happy
Hour club wai held at the home of
mm. H. T. Hummers on Tuesday after
noon. Fancy work occupied the af
ternoon, and dainty refreshments
were served by tho hoateui. Those
present were Mesdames, J, J. Keller,
J. A, Houston, Bctzer, II. A. Emmltt,
Harry Richardson, George Humph
rey, W. Stcinmetz, Jennie Hunt, O.
M. Hector. It. J. Sheets, W. P. John
son and Ed Propat.
Mrs. P, J. flergu was given a de
lightful surprise party by u number
of her friends at her home on Mt.
I Whitney street on Wednesday after-J
You Should Know!
For the calendar year, January 1, 1921, to
January 1, 1922, Buick built and actually fid
over 80,000 automobiles.
These tales for the calendar year 1921 ex
ceed by over 12,000 cars the sales of any
automobile manufacturer having a six-cylinder
automobile in its line.
These sales for this period likewise represent
a volume or business greater by over $9,000,000
than the sales of any other automobile man
ufacturer excluding Ford.
These figures are taken from official reports
and are absolutely reliable.
. When better automobiles are built Buick will build them I
BUICK MOTOR COMPANY, Flint, ilficfcian;
. Division of General Motors Corporation '.-1
BUICK SALES AND SERVICE CO
KLAMATH AVENUE AT SEVENTH STREET