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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Lumber Industry
NEWS OF INTEREST TO KLAMATH LUMBERMEN
grO5 I Personal B lention J
More, Trained Men Are
Needed in Forestry
I'OUTL-ANI), Mnrch 111. More
lerhnlrnlly tralnci! men nro needed In
gin eminent forestry work Is tho
Mnlcmcnt of District Forester Oeorgo
II, Cecil of Portland, In cnlllng nltcti
lion tn ho special exnmlnnlnn to lio
IipIJ tlio Inttpr part of Mnrch for for
cut assistant nml grating assistant
tlirouitliout tho western states.
"Tho spread of Iho forestry Idea
tlirnuKhoiit tho I'nltcd States durlnc
the past few years." said Cecil, "has
lipen most marked. Tho crentlon of
two now forest experiment stations
hy tho federal government during tho
pant year and the Introduction of
bills In congres for several more
stations, an well on the widespread
Interest being manifested In thp two
general fftrstry bills now before con
Kress, aro nn Indication that the
country ns a whole l reallilng the
technical In character. The 'nt,ranco
salary for forest assistant In! tno for
est service wilt ordinarily In ilxod nt
ilfiOO and Jor the Indlau i vrTlcc nt
11200 to $1320.
Cecil also announced ,1hat on
March 23 und 30, thcro will 'So held a
civil service anamination forf grating
assistant throughout the utcrn
states. Thpso examinations are to fill
positions In connection Ith range
tratlon on the
English Boxing Fans
. LONDON', March J 5. Willi four
homo champions expected to uphold
their titles during the coming two
months, and the prospect of seeing
Carpentlcr again In n London ring,
Kngllsh cnthulasU are following t,ho
boxing game edijfely, . '
Oeorgo Cook recently uitfe.uert by
Ms Avis Oniignorl, v, who has heen
confined at the War Miiiru hospital
with nn attack of pun timonlii, Is now
convnlesclug nml will ho ulile to as
' sume her duties at It n head of tho
homo economics lm' rtment In the
I local high school Ma mlny morning
, During Miss Daughortj i' Illness, Mm,
Holland Wright, who ds n grndualo of
n Philadelphia school of homo econ
i omlcs, took charge of tVP classes
W. II Wood, truv HltiK agent In
ehargo of the Hhnstn lllslon of Iho
ItOliAM) 1IICKH til OX
HOHHK TIIKKT Cll.tlUli:
Itolnnd lllcks, an Indlau of Iho
Klamath Indian reservation, will ho
gheii a hearing lieforo V, H. CoiiiiiiIn
sloenr llert C. Thomas this afternoon
on u ehargo of having lust Decern
her stolen n horso belonging to Mar
lu Williams who reside several
miles uhovo Clillouuln on Iho Sprague
rher, mid to lutw Hailed tho sumo to
Drew Campbell at Illy, whore the
ttulmal was later found.
FOIl HUNT or will sell on easy
tonus fine dairy farm, own Irilitu
tlun nml jturt In alfalfa. I'. ('. I'm I
uon, tlox 1.1,1, Klamath Kails, Ore
I (1-2 1
TO TIlAim-Ono or two loin or mo-
lor bout for good used light ear
llox T K, II Herald Hi
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v (ii I'viiiiri iviiiiiin ii i j ill iiii imi -- -
March 27. mcutlrir'JoQflleckiftl, the Mmtiiern rarine eomp wn is in tne
itr-ulniTl ml ml tit . I i-nillh Mmiritifft' Im n. miiirli AiliM
tintlniuil 'Arit!t. Tn i loil tht Itrltlsh RmnfrT hinYVM'il'1 "'
pass nils examination mo applicant i cnampionsnip it is ipecteu mat mis
must not only hare teclinlotl training i same hill Includes n bout between Joe
In plant physiology and trango botouy i Fox, the holder of the feather
hut also some practical Yuperlonco In, weight belt, nml the llelglan. Arthur
range problems and the handling of t Wyns, which has been postponed
livestock on the range The entrance! from this month because the former
salaries vary from 51 rC0 to J t S0O . fell n let 1m tn the Influeuze epld
per year depending on t h qualifica
tions of those that pass imd tho va
cancies that may exist nt fc time
J. O. Roldthwalte left this morn-
city looking after lompwny business,.
is slopping at i no J"ie rcnrau
Mrs. M J Heebo Is he ro from Oak
land looking nfter her buMness Jntvr
estn Iff this vlclrlUy. Whllo here sliV.
will also be the guet of lit r daughter
who resides at Malln
Mr. ami Mrs (Jlenn ' Applegate.
formerly of San Jose, Jimo arrUcd
here to make thplr lioniii. and have
house at 330 .yorth Ninth
Kxpoit on MprlugH for your cmdi
limn nt tho Oregon llaiueiiN I'oiiipauv,
Tth R Klamath Ms It!
Taken up nn or about Oclohiir IB,
t(i2l I llrliidle. steci about 2 jeara
old, weighing NOD pounds, branded
on right hip dash y (connected) mm
under cut In right-car one hh allow
Mi k In left ear, Tim owner can
ilaliu same by paying tho ensls ami
feed therefnie by railing nn 0, 13
Hunt on my riiucti t mllo Imrth
HlniNia ncIiooI bonne, ltd miles north
west of Malln,
0, I J. HUNT 1 11.23
, Members and friends of Hcuitdla
l.pdgo don't forgot Friday night, Hog
ular mooting to ti o'clock. Social
with refreshment ! to 12 o'clock
A. No 1 fir and plue limbs mixed.
Phono F II. Ilellbronner. 1!5J or
W. C Hall. IHW. ltt-is
seriousness of tho forest problems ot.lng for 1'ortland. where he expvct.s
tlio rouniry. i in remain on uunnrs.s iur sewr.ii
rly'days. Mrs. (JoUlthwalte. who spent
few day In this city with her
emlc. W.ns has already beaten one
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iiik.iii-ii ii..iiiiri " i-iiii .iiiiiiii'iuii. i taKpIl 11
.'iiKe uoneynian. ' street.
Hoy McCormlck. who lost but No-1 B Unfy ,, ,, nt ,
.irinnrr u. n-.i nm J.pwis. inv t .,.. ., o . i...nrl.rn.
Will Campbell was a hiln.s visi
tor here esterday from Ills homo nt
"Thcso problem call for nn ea
solution and hero Is on unparalleled
opportunity for trained foresters,
whether they enter government work
or whether they become associated
with lumber associations, as logging
engineers, with lumber companies, or
with pulp and paper concerns, or
whether they enter the teaching
Cecil calls especial attention to
nn examination to bo held throughout
tho United States on March 27 mid
2S for forest assistant for the forest
rervlco and Indian service. Korest of
ficers stated that, this examination
can be successfully passed only by
men who have taken a course In for
estry as tho questions nro highly
husband nfter his rccttnt arrival
from San Francisco, returned to
her homo at Tina Hldgo this mor-
nlnB- N.J. .i
McfSAVlC IV CtTV
F. O. McGavIc, manager of tho
Mardocl Lumber company, Is n
Klamath Kails business visitor to-
jdny. lie Is stopping at the Whllo
Marshflcld Dig logging camp op
ening on Cunningham creek.
middleweight holder well-known In
America, will meet Jack Hloomtleld
(Ait H'ltAl'a 1ftfrt tn ilnnM.i fiiluc .
session of the light hea-welght ' A shor ,,., of , wh(1
ut-u, now- ni'iu "v .nci ormiCK.
FOU ItKNT-lledroonf. reasonable.
furnnrn healed. Imiulre 12.' IMue
St . phono 20SJ. fi-is
LOST I'alr of torlo oyo glussrs with
ilark rim atuched tn chain and
reel. Iteturn to this office and re
echo reward 10-th
Big Comedy -Drama 3 Acts
'Diamonds and Hearts'
Friday,' March 17, 8.00 p.
Gaelic Dramatic Club
Dance Following Play
Night, Thursday, March 10
Lewis Is also recovering from nn
attack of the "flu" and Is oxpocted
to be In perfect condition for his
match with Carpentler which, accord
ing to present arrangements, will be
held here about tho middle of April.
Our new- spring styles In footwear
hau Just arrived. J. K. Knders &. Co.
Junior Class K. C. H. S.
At High School Auditorium
MARCH 17 and 18 , . '
Tickets, 35c "' ' f
Tickets on sale at Bluebird
Theater Price Stronger
But It's Not Any Higher
"Tho price of admission to Sat-
urday matinee will be stronger'
than usual," said T White, muu-
ager of the Strand theatre today.
"Forced to raise tho price eh?
Films going up?' ;
"Not a higher price," said the
manager. "Stronger. One onion!
Is tho prlco of admission to Satur-,
day' matinee for nil tho kids In'
Pelican hotel, was n jussonger on
this morning's train for San Francis-
i co niter spending srvrrni u) nere
I attending to business.
Among yesterday's arrivals n't the
Hall wore. Tim Connell. Merrill: I
11. Long. Slsson; W. M. Chalmers
Weed. Merle S. Kllgore. Langell Vj
ley: S K Maker, Macdoel and C. v.
llerrlff rd. Chlloquln.
K W Oowen, n prominent mer
ehan of Chlloquln. Is hero today
looklnc after business Interests In
this city. Ho Is registered at the
John Kelsey. who owns the Kelsey
block here, has returnmt to his home
In Oakland nfter standing the past
j month attending to hinlncss In tills
' Mr and Mrs N H Ansel, who
have been ersbllng a! l!OI Canal
street, havo moved to Kelseyvlllr,
Mr. and Mrs Tt Tiro and family
lltll'H T1. I.AH .! tA . I
.w..,.. .c- uui ,i-e reccipis go to;,pcnt ., ,,ny ,,ro on i,,,,!,,,,,,
tho strikers relief kitchen. It tnkes: .-, ,n M,Mr ,,nmft ,n oi.ii,,.
I lot. of onions to keen the kitchen ..i ..... i.
going. Hy tho way. tho matlne it P Ml,Plin,v .-.-...-. ..in...
bill is as strong as the price of ad-j vlMtor h(rP e,terday from her home
tnf4lA. I . -
Spring styles In "John Kelly"
footwear for women now ready. J. L
Enders & Co. 13.it;
on the Keno road
W T Leo Is reported lo ho seri
ously III with pneumonia nt his home
nn Walnut street. Ills condition Is
somewhat better today, however.
Mpi nil T Ifllcnrn nf llnn.n..
i.W!io.v .tf.ii.i.uir , , n KUC,t of hor llan(!hrr M, PM
sale. In thn room adjoining tho Hall r,,mn'n several days
noici on haiuriiay Murch IS. begin-1 -Mr and Mrs Kills Young, who re
nin at 10 a. m.
ITOjf F I The NEW PUMPS in Patent,
yfrK 9 Browns and Grey Suede EH
Tm jfc) 3 - with the new Spanish Eg
0lfljlfl(JflTTTu V 3j Alio New Center Strap Effects in H
HOUSTON & JESTER I
I side nn n ranch near Merrill spent
; ' the day here yesterday transacting
J J. W Atkins of the Keno district
i was n Klamath Falls visitor yestur-
day Adklns Is trapping In that vi
cinity and brought In soinn flnn hides.
0 F Sevlts who resides In the
I'levna district spent thn day here
. yesterday bu!ng supplies from local
L. C Hoagland, of tho Hulck Sales
anil Servlro company, who has been
I In Han Francisco several days on
business Is expected to arrhn home
on this evening's train.
I fieorgo Humphrey, former sher-
I Iff, who recently received a frac
tured collar bono and twisted tho
ligaments of hU arm In n full from
a scaffolding at Shlpplngton. whore
he wa, working ns n carpenter, Is
able to bo about
1'endleton Shell Oil company
planning construction of IIS, 000
Snappy styles In Hiring footwear
for ladles. Now. ready. J. K. Knders ii
Is the cheapest thins; you bur, pro
vided you make wise selection.
95.00 A LOAD
Is the hottest, therefor tba best
wood for the cook stove.
3.00 A DOUBLE LOAD
Is the cheapest for all purposes
you get more for the money.
O. PEYTON ft CO.
410 Mala Those 585
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