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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1922)
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WKDXERD.iV, MAY irt, lOfifl
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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New Spring Styles in Mens and Womens
DUXBAK and KAMPIT
-Outing Wear has arrived at
Ladies' Outing Breeches Knickers Norfolk ami Sport Jackets Middys Pongee m Silk
- and Khaki Outing Shirts Outing Styles in Khaki Gaberdine Corduroy and Wool
v All styles Men's Outing Togs celebrated Duxbak and Kampit make Golf Sox for men,
women and children. ty ,.. .. . . .
K. K. K. STORE
LEADING CLOTHIERS ANDJJHATTERS
Lajrrsosi rs. Furrli
An order overruling the defcd
annts motion to strike certain por
tions of the complaint, and to make
It moro definite and certain, waa
signed by Judge 8ton0 yesterday In
tho $25,000 damage action of J. 8.
IKcson against Harry Furch of this
city and P. II. Putty of Oregon
-J Affidavit FIKd
r? Affidavit to command the atten
'H dancri of the witness Bllts Dedmond.
who" resides near Silver Lake, Ore
Uon, was filed by attorneyys for D.
M. McLemore, citing that the witness
will give material testimony as to
tbo alleged damages sought to be
collected by J. II. Mitchell from
-McLemore. tho First State 4 Savings
Jlnnk, and Marshall Hooper.
, Imposition Iicrelietl
Deposition of C. II. Wilson of
floKstaff, Arizona, to !o used In the
riOO.000 domnKO caso of J. I). Mit
chell' ngafnst Marshall Hooper. tb
I'lrat Statu & Saving Dank and 1
KOMACK IIETWEEN JACK
DKMPSV AND PEGGY JOYCE
(Continued from Page 1)
anything but business. It was love
that she wanted.
Alone came James Stanley Joyce,
Chcago lumberman. The morning
after h met Peggy ha sent her a
truckload of roses and a $130,000
As soon as tho Hopkins dlvorco
was settled. Joyce married Peggy.
They went abroad on their honey
moon. Ilut the husband returned
Peggy was too much In demand.
So he started divorce proceedings,
naming a long list of co-respondents,
Including a prlnec, a dancer, a duke.
a New York restaurant keeper, and
The divorce was granted last No
vember. Peggy received a million
and a quarter dollars for her settle
ment. Since then sho has been living In
PETITION IRGKS RKCUMITIOV
OX XI.VK HOL'ltS IIASIS
(Continued from rage 1)
Wherefore, Hollering that the
best Interest of the whole com
munity demand it, wc declare that J
quoted from Section 3176 of the
Oregon Statutes as follews:
"It Is a criminal offense for any
person by threats or Intimidation, to
endeavor to prevent any person em
ployed by another from continuing
tn perform his work, cr from en
gaging In any now work or employ
ment. It Is a criminal offense for
any person to circulate any false
written or printed matter In order to
Induce others not to deal with any
employer with tho Intent to compel
such employer to employ or not to
empfoy particular persons."
"That's the plain law" said the
chief. "If It Is violated, I Intend to
do my duty. The situation here Is
bad enough now and any trouble will
be promptly suppressed, no matter
who may be the guilty persons."
Sheriff Low concurred with Chief
Wilson. "I believe that the labor con
troversy will be settled without trou
ble," he said. "The big question Is to
get the mills going, and the men at
work. Confidence will then be re
stored and business will return to
normalcy. Dut. It the mills resume
operations and trouble results, all
tho arms of the sheriff's office will
be called to enforce peace."
Roth Low and Wilson said they
wanted It understood that their at
titude In the strike situation was
By Our Country Editors
M. McLcmore. was received thUW0 Wl" uo ""' ,n nur "ower BKOWER GIVEN TIME
morning by the clerk of the circuit,'" ""'i' i .....--.... ........ (
court. 1'ndcr the law bucIi "deposi
tions aro not opened until tho time
noniUS, Calif., May 9. -William
O. Hagelsteln, cashier of the Ilutte
Valley State bank, returned to his
business hero yesterday morning af
ter, a brief, week-end at the Hagel
steln ranch at Algoma, where Mrs.
Hagelsteln Is visiting. Hageliteln
U farming his large tract of marh
land near Algoma this spring.
Luke Walker, a stock man of
Klamath Falls, was a business vis
itor In Dorrlg yesterday afternoon.
' Members of the Tlmberworkers'
union gave a very successful dance
Saturday evening at the K. of P.
halt. Several were In attendance
from Dray a well as Macdoel and
other closr places.
Mrs. Frank Ball, who has been
visiting with relatives In licit llluff
for several week, t expected tuuno
W. K. IllpcH and It. J Young,
buslnws men of Macdoel commun
ity. wer In town yeitorday.
J. It. Adams, local representative.
for the Cullfornla Oregon Power
company, hai been choieii to tic- i
company a party of engineer on'
a surveying trip to the foot of
Mount Shasta for thn purpose of
ascertaining certain facts relative
to tho water run-off avalUle for
Irrigation purposes. The nurvey
wilt be conducted under thn super
vlnlon of authorities of tho Unite
Valley Irrigation district.
than. Cooper of Macdoel was In
town on buslncs yesterday.
MT. LAKI, FAIRVIEW
'An rnjoynhln time wm spent ut
the homo of I.. 11, Dawion I'rlilay
evening In honor of llernlro Daw
son's fourteenth birthday Game
wero pls)ed nmt afterwards refresh
ments were served, Thntn prexent
were. Atls llarnes, Olive Hill, Nel-I
Mo Cheyne, llvrnlcn Dawinn, l.uellol
Daw.mi, Charlie Matnity, Onmr,
llarnei, Itnlpli Hilt, Charles llarnei.
Alexander Cheyno, Clarence Hill
unit Cecil Cheyne.
I.eier Schrluer Is doing his
spring pinning on I ho Kooult
Mm M.irv Clievtin t nt tho home
of her son. It. T. Clieyne, for an es-
Dick Dennett bought n mare and
colt from 0. D. Gristle recently.
U. D. (Irlnln and family vltlled
at thn Morrlnon home last week.
J. S. McClellan hauled supplies
from Klamath Falls Haturday.
Watch the Hwcel Ulnip ulml
FOIl It CNT Cabin furnMied A I
Ken Dick, Sto llroad HI. HM2
lawyer and l(e leaving alum
May ICttt In Kurd louring, will tufce
cuiigenlal couple to l,o Anselc or
San Fraiirlsro, Itux f.77, i:iilltiiiln.
Watch tile Sweet
HTItlCTI.V FltKHII local eggs I0r
a dot Freah green vegetable! dsll).
Publle Market, Ulh and Klamath.
CHAPMAN At Klamath Falls,
May 9, 1923, to .Mr. and Mr.
Frits Chapman, a boy.
of tho trial, unless by special stipu
lation of both parties to a litigation.
Thli esse Is now set down for trial
May 23 and will be a' Jury trial.
Humphrey vs. Kpnsuge ItVer Co.
Amended snpplemvntal answer was
filed by the Sprague Hlver Xumbcr
company this morning to the suit
brought against them by Ivan Lee
Humphrey, a minor, who U asking
damages from the Lumber company
for alleged Injuries while employed
In their plant.
I Tho resumption of work In
the lumber Industry on a nine-hour
2 Tho protection of all persons
desiring to work.
3 The. establishment In Klam
ath county of the American plan In
all business and industry,
That the action of tho citizens'
committee may bo productive of re
sults was the opinion expressed by
Sheriff L. L. Low and Chief' or I'o
lko H. S. Wilson. Kach doubted
the probability of trouble, hut de
clared that any Infraction of tho law
would be met promptly. Wilson
Will Promt Flintier Kviilcncr on
With In Hewer CW
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Toniikt Benefit fimberworkers
"Keeping Up with
Lizzie" 'ST Enid Bennett
Lizzie Had Social 'Aspirations
Ami every man, woman and child In her home town did tholr
durndost" to follow the pace she set. They sure did step some.
Automobiles were as common as colds In tbo head everybody had
cno! and diamond-studded lorgnettes waved In the bnczo,
Then came, the blow that brought the fair Elizabeth and with
her, the wholo town down out of the clouds and back: to earth
uguln. And Lliile and her Dan settled down on a tiny farm to
raise a lot of cows and geese and ducks and everything, -while tho
Count sailed back to Italy, a sadder and a wiser man. It'a a
whale of a picture, with a laugh or a thrill In every foot of film,
and 'way down underneath a great big wonderful mora It will
help us all to heed.
Extra Adden Attraction
Tho threo chums, W. E. Lake, A. McLane and M. Martin In
old-time music, songs and dances. Featuring A. McLane.rthe 79-year-old
clog dancer, also Daby Martin In sougs. A real old
, Coming Tomorrow "The Journey's End"
.Friday Nigh,t"Country Store."
Proceedings tn tho case of C C
llrower, under arrest charged with
failure to comply with the city or
illnanco providing for sewer connec
tions with reildence property, were
continued by Police Judge Leavltt
this afternoon untrf'May '20, when
llrower will present further-authorities
to substantiate his arguments
on the demurrer. llrower today
started work on the sower connec
tion at his residence He Is still
subject to u fine, however, under the
cbargo ugalnst him.
MAIL GOES BY STAGE
Service to Ashland Itamned This
Morning, Postmaster Anaomcesi
Mall service by stage between
here and Ashland was resumed this
morning, Postmaster McCall an
nounced today. The outgoing
stage leaves about 8 o'clock and
mall closes at the postofflce at 7:30.
Incoming mall wm arrtro hero at
4 o'clock, too lato for city delivery,
but In time for distribution to
boxe on the dav of arrival. Later
when the Qrcen Springs Mountain
road Is open the running time will
bo cut an hour and tho stage will
arrlvo at 3 o'clock.
MEETINGS WELL ATTENDED
Good attendance at all meeting
held throughout the county during
dairy week was reported by Frank
Sexton, county club agent. 13. O.
Fltts, dairy specialist of O. A. C,
spoke nt Burrimers, Merrill, Malln,
Bonanza and Mt. LakI, where great
Interest was shown. Fltts w& Pr
tlcularly interested in the work of
the boys and girls clubs', Sexton
said! doclaring their work repre
sented' the' foundation for future
dairying In KJama'th county. Fltts
returned yesterday to O. A. C.
GUILD TO MEET
St. Paul's Episcopal (iulld will
meefat the home of Mrs, Frank Wife
dey, 343 North Sixth street, Thursday
afternoon at 2:30. All Episcopalian
BANKRUPT STOCK OF LUMBER
I have purchased the bankrupt stock of
lumber from the receivers of the Peppers
Cotton Lumber Co., of Macdoel, Cal.
This lumber it now being unloaded at the Strahorn
spur, comer Klamath avenue and Center street. This
quantity of lumber is entirely too large for my present
use therefore I am offering this stock to the people of
Klamath County at prices never before heard of in
First come, first served
ladles uro especially Invited.