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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
First Fashions From -Atlantic City Boardwalk
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It. T. McMillan of tho Medford
Orocory company arrived here last
Mrs. Florcnco Kelscy returned
Sunday from Bedding uhcro she had
been visiting her son who wns 111.
Al D. Short, manager of the White
Pelican hotel, l hero (rum San Fran
clsCO. Dr. II. D. Lloyd Blew art returned
Sunday from a business trip to Port
land. J. J. Stclfier was an Incoming pas
senger on tho train SunJay.
J. S. Kent of San Francisco, repre
senting tho Ocrmaln Lumber com
pany of Pittsburg Is transacting busi
ness hero today.
Luke. Walker of tho Klamath Pack
ing company has returned from a
business trip to Portland.
Mrs. James Duncan returned Sun
day from Southern California where
she (pent tho winter with friends.
"Jim" Duncan Is tho popular conduc
tor on tho Weed local.
Mrs. Arthur Ekwald and MIm Lil
lian Abortson arrived here Sunday
night from Dray.
Tod Nelson, a newspaper man for
merly of Butte, Montana. Is Investi
gating tho local field with Iow to
making this his homo.
0. T. Casper, government sheep In-MK-ctor
from Saint Joseph, Missouri,
wan recently appointed to take charge
of tho counties of "Klamath and Lake.
O. K. Cross and C. J. Lambert,
pioneer Klamath stage driver, have
arrived hecr to tako chargo of the
Knkovlcw stage line. Cross and Lam
bert drove stages Into Klamath Falls
when tho old stage coaches wero still
C. It. Jordan, Chlloquln lumber
man, was a business visitor here to
day. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McDonald uro
city visitor today from their ranch
In Lungell Valley.
. I'l'itri.i: kemanci:
OP AAOTIint !1.Y
Tho story of "Tho Pull of Ilubylon"
I a story of a brilliant pooplo who
woro dust when tho Ocntlu Curpcntcr
wuu burn; who hungered for food and
lovo and happlnesu Kvcn ub you and
They built a marvelous city, Baby-
Ion the Mighty, with massive walls
that only teachery could reduce.
A loer, the good Uelshazzar, wore
the legal robe, torn from him In
death by the politicians, tho schem
ers, who betrayed the city and en
slated a people that they might hum
iliate their ruler Kvan as today.
And a wild, lovable Httlo sweet
heart from the mountains, who ndor
d the king and loved a singer, might
have saved them all. Hut there was
laughter and wine and feasting, and
It Is the story of today, as well as
The story of you and me.
125,000 men and women In the
mighty productien: 7,500 horses In
tho marvelous chariot races along
the Euphrates. $650,000 to produce.
"The Pall of Ilabylon" will bo seen
at tho Strand last tlmo tonight.
Coming tomorrow, Henry Wal
thall In "The Boomerang." Also
C. T. V. MF.ETIXG
The regulaV meeting of th Local
W. C. T. U. will bo held Tuesday,
April IS, at 2 p. ro. at the Kmman-
uel Baptist church on Kloventh stroct.
An Important business meeting will
be held after which memorial services
will take placo In honor of our de
parted sister, Mrs. Kmma Orlgsby. All
friends of tho deceased, and members
of the union are urgontly requestd to
bo present and on time. Also to hear
more about the Children's Farm
Home thaa the W. C. T. I'nlons are
sponsoring and hopo to take control
by July, In order to admit a long line
of already waiting children. A plato
will 9 placed near the door for a free
will offering for tho Farm Home.
Mrs. France noyd, president of
tho local union, will preside on this
MAXY .Vrri:XI SKHYlCISi
All tho Kastcr services at tho Me
thodist church were well nttended
yesterday. Two hundred and forty
thr.V wero present at tho Sunday
school zcsiilon. At the morning
preaching sorvlco tho church was not
large enough to accommodato nil who
desired to attend tho bcrvlco. Klght
babies woro christened and two older
ones wero baptised at tills Kastcr
tlmo by tho Methodist pastor. Many
expressed their appreciation of the
sermon of tho morning and tbo ex
cellent program at both tho morning
and evening services.
Miirtln i. Ilolnu-N
Default Judgment wan taken by
Martin Brothers, millers, this morn
ing against C. V. and Lucille Holmes
for fllOO with Interest at 10 per
cent from September It!, 1921, attor
neys fees for $150 and costs of
$15.S0. Tho action was originally
brought on u promissory note for
J 1600. 200 of which had previously
been paid. t
IMc'z vv Diet
Order of default was signed by
Judge Stono this morning In the div
orce case of Kdna May against Llo)d
Dletz. Testimony will be taken late
this afternoon or tomorrow.
Plnlcy in Hmmn, rt al.
Kxccutlon covering tho salo of
lands In section 1C, township 39, was
cntorcd this morning for 13350.22,
In tbo case of Boss Flnloy against A.
J. and Anna Hanan, John Dcneby and
K. S. Terwllllgcr.
Calling of tho docket In tho circuit
court this morning on equity cases re
sulted In tho dismissal of somo 35
cas, and setting down for trial of
seven cases, which Included five de
fault dlrorce cases. A number of cases
woro continued over to dcflnlto dates
for further actions by tho attorneys,
and several cases could not bo heard
by Judge Stono for tho reason that ho
had appeared us attorney In tho rases
In one way or another prior to bo
comlng circuit judge.
Letters from the People j
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JMItOr Herald Tho lines below
wero suggentcd- to mo on reading u
popular novel entitled "Helen of
tho Old House," a book which Is
widely, quoted in Klamath Falls
list now by certain tactions because
it deals with tho Htriko question,
condemning all strikers as a lot of
poor, misguided fools, who don't
want to work any way, and aro
misled by foreign leaders who aro
Ignorant, greedy for, power, and
havo no clear Idea of what they uro
trying to accomplish. On tho first
page, Is tho quotatien: "It you
break faith with iia who dlo wo can
not Bleep, though popples grow In
Plunder's Fields"; Implying thut
thu strikers bavo broken faith; and
tho following Ig my answer:
J)II VB HHKAK FAITH'.'
In Klamath Town tho daisies grow
And gleam In spring llko drifts of
Above the lake tbn sage brush gray
Clings wlioro thu broad slopes melt
In IiIIIh whoso pines today look
On strange now bcenes In Klamath
Strange, for tbo factory wheels are
And wait -upon tho workmen's will.
And men who once at faction' calls
Havo rallied round their court house
Havo turned at last to Issues real
Where hearts can throb and souls
Invoko the soldiers dead and turn
To distant fields where popples
And bid thorn speak; we'll ask each
"Did wo break faith? Did we
"O'er you the silken leavos are red,
Your wife and child may toll for
And ho whoso gold has bought
M.iv stretch their d lys to dreary
And every fight by labor won
.May help their lles iour wife
And hero, nfnr, and ewry where
What workmen win shnlt workmen
It you can know, let this thought
A sweeter rest In Plunders Field "
Kdltor Tho Herald. I wish to dls.
claim any responsibility for n letter
relative to tho eight-hour day ques
tion, which appeared In Tho Herald
of April 10. signed by 'Theo. Mol
ler " The letter was not written by
tho undersigned and I wish to state
that I am not cxpreislng my views on
OSCAIl 11. MOKI.LKIl, Klamath
GRIFFITH At Wilson bridge, up
per Merrill road. April 16. 1922,
to Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Griffith, a
girl; weight S',1 pounds.
BOSK At Klnmalh Palls. April 10.
1922, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Boe, a boy; weigh), 9 pounds.
Named Donald Joseph.
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than thera with a radio aat. but
ettar ratflo fans can "cut !."
Strayed to my place about u year
ago, u Boan steer 2 yours old. Brand
ed swallow crop on both oars, uppor
bit on right ear and small brund on
right side, V. K, Muston, Olene, Oro.
L'ggs 20 rents.
Potatoes 12.50 and $2.00 per hun
dred. AVholo milk ,07 cents per quart
Green vegetables dally.
1'ubllo Murkot, 9th & Klamath,
BOABD AND BOOM I'uono 300B.
70S N. 9th, St. 17-22
LKWLS & STROUD Mattress mok
lag and upholHterlng, Call WW.
009 H. Cth St. 17-29
FOB SALK OB TBADB iVIctrolu,
buffet and floor lamp, also Chev
rolet truck. Call MrH. Garrett ut
Sweet Shop, 17-19
We Have Just Received
a large shipment of (he famous
The kind with the inoiicy'KUiirantcv. $1.00 a rip, 10c
a button; and if unsatisfactory wo givo you a now
pair. No questions asked. Could anyone expect
more than this?
We have all grades, from
$2.50 "' $10.00
Hundreds of pairs to choose from. Come and jet
yours while the assortment is complete.
K. K. K. STORE
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DEALER WANTED FOR
We offer a splendid opportunity to
an individual or concern qualified to
represent the popular Hupmobiic in
this county. Very liberal discount.
Excellent future for right party. Write or
'phone this company for an appointment.
Manley Auto Company
11th and Oak ntBurntido Portland, Oregon
(lliiKham and orxandlo drcson,
$3.r,0 to ir,.00. Material furnished.
Mrs. Coon, 208 Main St. 17-18
POB HKNT 4 room furnished apt.
Phono 273J. 17-19
POB BKNT Purnlshod opt. Phono
.ii rs, u. royion, iuu, i-ia
WANTKD 5 or 0 room furitlshod
Jioiliin. Call Boom 303 W?ilte Pali
can hotel, after 7 o'clock. 17-19
FOB BKNT. SALK OB, Tit AUK 100
ucros at Olcno. J, C. Clcihorn, 133
So. Blverslde. 17-31
We are proparod to take all orders,
Two first-class dressmakers at your
service. Mrs, Coon, 208 Main,-1718
FOB BKNT 10 acres al) In alfalfa
In town of Merrill. 123 N. 10th St.
Friday, 'April 21
"One Big Time"
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The Most Stupendous Picture
"The Fall of
A Purple Romance of Another Day
125,000 men and women in the mighty produc
tion; 7,500 horses in the marvelous chariot races
along the Euphrates.
Tomorrow nightHenry Walthall in "Tho Boom
erang." Amateur night Tuesday night
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30