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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
F. 1'cncoo, accompanied by Mm.
I'rnrnc, nrrlvocl horo Inst night And
will lio employed as chief engineer nt
Lamm's mill nt Modoc l'olnt.
Mrs. II. It. Peterson arrived hero
last nlRht from Portland to visit with
.Mrs. Ilcrt Mltcliell.
Mr, nnd Mrs. W. II. Wood nro visi
tor hero from Weed.
T. W. I'hcncgrr of Fort Klnmnth
wnn In Yrokn yesterday on business.
i:. I,. Klllott returned last night
from n business trip to Mncdocl.
Miss P. Parsons arrived hero Inst
night from Paso ltohles nnd will
mnko her borne nenr Merrill.
Dr. I-itirn E. Wise, child welfare
worker, who will spenk nt a public
iniTtliiK hero, arrived hero last night.
Charlrrt llufford and Jess Ward of
M.irdna worn visitors In this city
li. V. flordon of Worden, visited
Klamath Falls Friday.
W .C. Petit of tho J. It. lithurby
company, plpo organ manufacturers,
was n guest at the Whlta Pelican
It. II. Fraxor, a southern pacific
plitmbor. spent two days In Klamath
Falls on business.
M. It. White of Algoma left this
morning for Chicago.
William Hart or Hart Brother.
Ni-ho has been Inspecting the work on
tho new theatre, left this morning for
Sacramento. Ho think that the tlica
tro will bo ready to open In six
Ralph Hodscn and William Parker
of Hlldcbrand wero visitor hero Frl
Pat Westmoreland of Olympla,
Washington, I hero visiting at the
homo of his father, R. L. Westmore
land, who Is confined to his bed on
account of sickness.
C. Campbell, rancher of Lorclla,
was a visitor In thl city Friday. He
reports tho snow nil gona at I.orclla,
nnd that tho ranchers are getting
short of feed.
S. W. Dwlnnelt, manager of the
Macdoel Lumber company, was a
gueit at tho White Pelican yester
day. He left for Macdoel today.
W. E. Umm of tho Lamm Lumber
company, who Is a guest at the White
Fellcan, will leave for Portland to
morrow. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. N'ewton of Ma
lta were guests at the Arcade yester
day. Rancher Konelg, from the Miller
Hill district, was a city visitor yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. Carrct.of Beatty visit
ed Klamath Falls Thursday.
Oliver Martin was In town Friday
from hi homo at Merrill.
Mrs. Klva Andrews left for Castle
Rock, Washington on this morning's
Den Wolford. Yalnaz merchant,
came to Klamath Falls to attend
the civic league meeting held last
Mrs. Lee Drockman of thl, city
Is III with pnoumonla.
Leo Dotcn, rancher near Keno, was
in fho city transacting business to
day. Mr. and Mrs. Sutton from tho
Miller Hill district, weru In tho
city today, and report that tho
roadR tare very muddy.
J. L. Wolff, tho recently appointed
assistant manager for the local office
of tho Standard Oil company, has as
uumed his duties here.
MIICTIXfi OK CIVIC LEAGUE
ATTHACTS LARGE CIlOWl)
(Continuod from Page 1)
had been working quietly here. The
detective posed as an Insurance
falcsman, stopped at a local hotel,
und let It be known that be bad a
quantity of bonded whiskey to dls
osu of for a consideration.
"At a result," he tald, "be had
plenty of caller, and all of the
bootleggers and (moonshiners In
tho community were eating out of
Several recent arrests for liquor
violations are attributed to this op
Fivo resolutions of tho nine
adopted by tho central committee,
1. That every legitimate Inter
est of Klamath county social, civic
und business 1b Buffering on ac
count of Immoral and lawless con
ditions. 2. That we hereby instruct our
officers and executive committee to
extend our organization throughout
tho county, to carry on an extensive
campaign of education for law en
forcement, to investigate criminal
conditions within the county, and
to co-operate with' our officials
wherever they show a disposition
to enforco the laws. We pledge our
Influence and financial support to
ward these ends.
3. That we recognise the neces
sity of more attention to the home
life of our community. In the
homes, above all other places, must
ttound instruction be given' as to
moral and civic difty.l
Tho First Christian church of
this city has been preparing for n
great pre-Kastcr campaign, which
will culmlnato In a one-work revi
val beginning one week from Sun
day, April 9, and ending tho fol
lowing Sunday. April 16. During
tho weok service,, will bo held ev
ery night except Saturday.
This campaign Is In 'hnrmnny
with tho nation-wide movement of
nvangellsm among tho Christian
churches. This ha been planned
by the secretary of evangelism.
Jesse M. Bader. St. Louis, Mo. He
ha requested every Christian
church of tho United States, as
woll ns In foreign fields, to havo
at least ono weok of revival at
For tho past month there has
been n large class attending the
conference on "Soul Winning,"
taught by tho pastor every Tues
day evening. Each member of the
church is urged to win one person
to Christ during tho campaign.
Great emphasis will bo placed
upon New Testament evangelism.
Tho ono great plea will bo, to re
turn to New Testament teaching,
with tho result that evangelism will
bo taught as Is recorded In the
book. "Acts of Apostles." As
Thoma Campbell ha said, "that
we must come fairly and firmly to
original grounds upon clear and
certain premises, and take up
things Just as tho Apostles left
One especially strong feature of
the one week revival will bo sing
ing by the junior children, known
as the "Sunshine Chorus." Tho
audience of last Sunday night en
Joyed tho singing of the 40 voices
very much. The children will sing
next Sjinday evening, also they will
present several numbers on the
Sunday evening following.
Evangelism will bo stressed very
strong during this one week of re
vival. The minister of the Chris-
lion church will bo the cvnngcllst
both singing and preaching. A cor
dial Invitation is extended to every
ono to attend the week of services.
pool and billiard 'halls should bo
held to account for conditions with
in and in the vicinity of their places
of business. They should bo obliged
to report promptly any violation,
or attempt at violation, of law,
within or in tho vicinity of their
places of business. We arc not ad
vocating tho closing of pool halls,
dance halls, or other places of
amusements, but we aro insisting
that gambling, bootlegging, prosti
tution and other forms of vlco bo
absolutely eliminated from all
places of amusement as well as
from all other places In our county.
5. Wo bellove It to be tho duty
of all members of the league, and
all good citizens, to report to our
official, In writing all known vio
lations of law. Reports should also
bo sent to the cxecutlvo committee
of tho leaguo by all leaguo mem
bers. No member of tho leaguo
and no citizen of tho county, has
any right to complain of neglect of
duty on thu pari of any official,
units ho has mado such reports
and satisfactory rejulta havo not
Other resolutions condemned tho
existence, of places that menace tho
youth and tho nation's posterity
with tho cvllJ that result from Im
pure llclng; demand loyalty from
public officials and commend courts
for tho infliction of heavy tscn
fences ag a crimo deterrent; rcnow
allegiance to the civic league and
arrango for publicity for tho resolutions.
Sunday, April 2
is moving day for the
ENANS SHOE CO., Shoe Repairing
Their new location will be opposite the postoffice, in the building formerly
occupied by Hale's News Stand
EVANS SHOE CO.
Shoes and Repairing
Circuit Judge C, F. Stono dismiss
cd tho Jury until JO o'clock Tuesday
morning, nt which tlmo will bo heard
tho rnso of Joe Tony Campo. charged
with having stolen from tho resld
enco nt Willie Dcnnlson, nt Second
nnd Kl.unnth avenue, n colt rovolvor
and n new overcoat. Following thlsi
case three civil cases will bo tried i
before the Jury.
VEUDHT FOR WIMKIl BBOS.
A verdict for $177.01, In favor of,
the nlalntlff. Wlmer Druthers. wiW
the derision of the Jury In the circuit
court, at nine o'clock yesterday even
ing. The Jury had boon deliberating
fnr nlimit fiiur ltmiri im thai r:li.
Ptthleh was a suit brought by Wlmer
Brothers against (iorrton Brother,
both of the Fort Klamath region, for
services In hauling hay for the (lor
dons. evans tiirrs iso days
Rex Evan, who entered a plea A
guilty to a charge of lewd co-hablla-tlon.
today wn sentenced by Justice
Rnghagen to 120 days In Jail. "It I
to make you nnd other of your kind
respect law nnd decency that thl sen-
tenco Is Imposed on you." Justice
Gnghageu told Evan. Tho woman i
was ghen until tomorrow to return
to her mother.
Order of default wns entered In
th,o dlvorco case of Wm. R. yde
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bond of matrimony. It I expected
that the case will be tried some time
.win.. III. II,.. 1.. .tl.n1,'n ,t... I
IIOLI.1DAY YS MttanrrTK.
An answer was filed In the circuit1
court In the case of t L. Holllday
against Emll Mochettex. In which the!
defendant Is asking for Judgment for,
$137.65. Tho complaint of Holllday
asks Judgment for 42fi.ul, which In-.
voire, delivery of milk by Holllday
to Mochettex. i
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES-
HOME OF THE IIODKINSO.V FEATURES
TONIGHT A good show
V11IJI11 ami"! a r.nrr ttmc
tameron of the
by RALPH CONNOR
Greatest Stoiy of the Northwest Mounted Police
And Vaudeville Movies and Good Comedy
Continuous Show Sunday, 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30
1 WALt'H VS KKM.TH MVKSTtM'Jt
I Klamath Livestock Company filed
1 Its answer In tho circuit court to the
complaint of J, L. Wnlch, In which
Watch Is seeking to recover tho sum
of lir..V3;t, Involving ryo seed, pa'
luro rental, nnd labor.
DVXIiEA YS .Ml'llPIIV
Timothy D. Murphy filed hi an
swer to tho omplalnt of Jack Diinlen,
In tho circuit court today, wherein
Duule.i Is seeking to foroiioso n
sheojiherdora lien for 120(1.00.
LAND IIOAim SITUS
The Stale Land Hoard' of Oregon
filed n complaint In the circuit court
today seeking Id recover on a $."00.00
note. Joining F. (1. Nathony. E.
l'"ll. Heorgo E. Snyder, the First
Stnto Dank anil F. ('. Draniwell.
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State deputy hank examiner, ns Joint
Motion to strike certain poll lent of
tho complaint 1n tho dltorce case of
Mabel against Justin Lagesou, was
filed thl morning.
wori.tt HKotMK a rmzi'.x
Declnratlou of Intention to bo.
come n cltlicn of tho Fulled Stale
wn tiled tittlay by John (loot.
FOR SALE Wheat, marquis and
blue. stem. J. II. Barnes, It F D
No. I. Klamath Falls. 1-4
WANTED Practical nursing, mater
nity cases especially, good refer
ence. Ht Michigan uve or Halo
- M''at market. Phone 296W 1 I
KOI 8AU:8omp Gliding lots at
yr own prcc, pct. )Ck, 20
Broad St. 1-3
FOR SALE Some auto car at your
own price. Must get away See
Dick, 210 Droad St. 1
FOJt SALE OR RENT 3 room cot
'aKC' M""'"'" "' '''"
KOR RENT Furnished ono room
cabin, 741 Walnut 1
rttl .,.. ; '
" ' ftT-, ,f.L!L furnn L
House. 527 Klamath Ave.
AND A GOOD TIME
NOTED SPEAKER HERE
Dr. Sunt E. Who Will Address Ma
Meeting of I'UUiim
Among tho recent arrival In tho
city I Dr. Sara E. Wise of Han
Francisco, who come to KluiuiHIi
Fulls In Interest of social and moral
hglono. Dr. Wise ha boon for
many year n practicing physician
In San Frnurslco, and for tho past
six onr hn been national lecturer
for tho W. ('. T. U. Her work lu
thin city will bo In connection with
tho work of tho civic lo.igtiu.
Dr. Who come highly recom
mended to local worker as "a wo
man with a message," which alio l
able to deliver lu a most convinc
ing 'uinl Inspirational manner.
Sunday afternoon Dr Wise will
address it ma mooting of tho ell-
Ituna of Klnmnth Fall nnd vlclnlly
on tho tiuhjeet, "America' (Ireiilesl
Tank " Monday at o'clock sho
will speak In tho high school on
tho subnet, "Practical Ideals." and
Monday evening lit 0:1111 will mi
llion the mothorii mid daughter,, or
the commiiiilly nt a hamiuot to bu
bold at the chamber of commerce,
Ticket for Ihl haimiiol in ly bo
soc'ured through Mm, ltoyd, afesl
dent nt the W ( T. V, Such gen
em! Inlert'Hl ha boon mnnlfVatPd
In tho Community Mother nnd
Daughter biimiuot lo he Honed
Monday mVuliur at the liiambor nt
commerce that It may ho necessary
to change the plain of horvlng lu
order lo accomodate n I'irgnr num.
ber, so watch for tho final an
nouncement In the Monday evening
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Ml. Jiiiiipn Mctiuro. :!)! ItlMU
Hide, bait received u cllpplnit from
Dillon, Idaho, tolling of tho iiiilvlllit
of Mm. I.. H. Ilitt li. formerly of Klaiu
nth Falls, whii at a iuli minting In
Dillon talked on Indian basketiy.
Mm. Until, who wn widely iieiiiuliit
ed heie, wiih a student of Indian n)lii.
holism as expiesscd lu their ileiorn
lite nrl She wan itliil said In bate
boon tho only pel sou who ever tamed
a pelican. The ungainly birds often
used to alight on tho dork near Mm
Bath' homo where slut would food
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