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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
' Pagfl Four
HohUiciii Auto vs. Taylor
Itolurn of attachment was made
thin morning by tho sheriff's office
effecting lndg In iccllons 17, 18
anil IB In township 3, Klamath
county, In tho attachment milt ot
Southern Oregon Auto company
ngalnul Anita Taylor (formerly
Jktrir. O. fl. Laboren) In which tho
company charge that material nml
norvlrea amounting to $144.88 werd
supplied thn defendant and not paid
IVtIom I'o. t. Winter
Overruling tho ilemurrcr ot thn
defendant and allowing 30 day In
which lo fllo an nnswor was tho
ruling of Judgo Stono thh morn
ing In tho raso of reprices Pacific
romimiiv of Portland aralmt II. J.
Winters el hi, Involving the fore-
closiirn or mechanic and material
.Indrmn-filover vt. Kolney
Uotnrn on garnlihmcnt was made
by tho sheriff's office today In tho
cano ot AndrOKs-Olovcr stylo ahop
against Florcnco Kclscy for $53.60,
being wages duo tho defendant at
tho Pacific Telephone, company's of
flee. Tho attachment suit asks for
I80.SC for merchandise purchased.
BpaldiBjt t. rew H at.
Judgo Stono this morning granted
30 days additional time to defend
ants In which to file an answer In
tho case of Margaret N. Stsley
Rpaldlng against Jesse N. and Hael
8. Drew and the Ewauna Box com
pany. The suit Involveg an at
tempted restoration ot SO acres of
land ' In rectlon 33, township 37,
Klamath county, and for $5,000 In
damages alleged to have been sus
tained by the plaintiff, who resides
on the reservation.
Duke vs. Wakefield
Fred Duke filed suit against II.
S. Wakefield this morning In the
circuit court, asking a temporary
Injunction to restrain Wakefield
from taking possession ot a Dodge
car which Duko claims be bought
from Wakefield on contract, and
that the contract has In all things
been kept up, but that Wakefield
Is now attempting to take posses
sion of the oar. Tho complaint asks
for a peraanent Injunction upon a
hearing of tho cue.
' MAIL SCHEDULE
stage line began the mall service
mils stago connects with trains
r.4 and IS, train 64 from the south,
train 1C from the north. All first
class mall from train IS from south.
train 15 from north, and dally papers
from Portland will be received on
this stage. Later on, we believe.
It will wait at Medford for train 13,
and bring a pouch from that train.
The patrons ,f Klamath Falls P.
O. should appreciate the fact that this
means a gain In time of several hours
at this time and a little later on
when the Green Spring Mt. highway
is passable this stage will be reach
ing Klamath Falls aa soon as 1:30
or 2 p. m. In the afternoon. When
this early service begins the P. O.
will glvo carrier service.
All letter boxes In the city will
bo collected between 6: CO a. m. and
7:15 a. m. This will be dispatched
by Ashland stago which will leave
at 7:00 a. m.
The boxes at 4 th and Main, 7tb.
and Main, and at the White Pelican
hotel will be collected at 9 a. m.
This mall will be dispatched on the
Klamath Falls Weed train at 10.10
In order to make connections with
tho new schedule of the Chlloquln
train (now known as Klrkford train)
the boxes nt 4th, and Main and 7th,
and Main will bo collected at 6 p.
m., this mall being dispatched at
7 p. ru.
Mall will closo at the P. O. for
dispatch on Ashland stago at 7;30
a. in.; and for dispatch on Weed
train at 0:30 a. m.; and for dispatch
on Chlloquln train at 8: 15 p. m.
Kindly bear In mind that the Cbll
oqulu train now leaves In the evening,
IS minutes after the Weed train ar
rives, also that It (Chlloquln train)
arrives at Klamath Falls at 9:55
MUSEUM IS RAIDED
Removal of Bneeiasees Charged to
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., May
11, Men believed to be students of
Colorado college here last night' en
tered Palmer Hall, on the college
.property and, carried awayy hundreds
of Rpeclata'as ffora tbeffJO.OOO mu
seum to 'the campus. According to
signs palate on the sidewalks the
action was a protest against the ad
ministration ot O. A, Dunlway,
president of tat college.
MANY U.NDOItMt: PKTITION
KOIt KNI) OK NTItlKK
(Conlnucd from rago 1)
D. Peterson, J. Posplelt, O. K. Mack
smith Repair Shop, It. T. Ilaldwln.
Ore-Callf. Highway Oarage. II. M.
Manning, W. II. A. ttenner, Wm. On
none, J. 8. Milts A Son, Wm. Cross
ley, V, L. 8mlthfJne K. llowlo, W. J
Stclnmcts, C. U. (inrcclon,,A. A. Hell
man, M. P. Kvnns, O. A. McCarthy,
W. H. Steven-. K. A. llcllman. II. J.
Wllnters, W 1). Coburn, O. 1). Oris
tie, John J. Furber, L. O. Arena,
Chas. F. Stcmwcll, Dorothy F Aretn,
Ituby Johnson, Houston '& Phelps,
by I.eo Houston, Harry Tolfonl, L.
II. tollman, Fred HuosInK (!. V.
Porkln. Lottie, M. Wll-on, Harry IX
Pelt i, Oolilen llulo Store, F. M. l.u
oaq, Thn Sunset Grocery, J. K. Knd
era & Co., F. V. Soxton. Jack
Halei, Hales Market, (!o llamlltip,
C. O. Merrill. C. K. Jay. James Ulalr.
John W Fnrnell, M. Co-eboom,
Gertrudo Cox, Arthur Vllon, tl. V,
Lorcnt, Geo. II. Mcrriman, Itnx i:.
Boril, Star Drug Co., It. K. Doweee,
Whitman Drug Co., A. E Whitman,
WV n. Waggoner, Wm. W. MeXealy.
J. II. Short, n. P. I.cwl. Clyde Brad
ley, F. C. Murphy. Will W Adam.
JI. Upton. . A. GMassey, C. II. I'n
derwood, Underwood Pharmacy, J A.
Houston, F. S. Thompson, Elizabeth
E. Sullivan, Helen Nelson. Mrs. Agnes
Guest, L. G. Hoagland, R. E. Wright,
11. W; Mason. Weotern Floral Co,
Bert Thoma. J. C. Rrockenbrouch.
Minnlo Walker, F. R. Hnmblet. W. I).
Miller. C. F. Mills. W. Smith. Roy
A. Belhn, W. F. Turpln. I. I-. Truax.
E. It. Radke. J. J. ,McCann. A D.
Lambert, H. C. Borgman, Mrs. G. R.
Rarnhart, M. Dabncr. A. N. l.eavltt,
E. U Davis, T. C. Campbell. L.
Jacobs, Groy & Durbin, Andross
Glorer Stylo Shop, Ina Garrett. Rain
bow Sweet Shop, Hurry Cash Gro
cery. If. D. L. Stewart, E. I). Lamb,
H. W. Poole. Western Transfer Co.
S. M Skinner. C V. Fisher. W. R.
Hyde. W. D. Cofcr. Bulck Sale &
Service Co., R. T. Ryan. Perkins Fur-
nlturu Co., Lewfs F. Arnold, E. It.
Banner, Will W. Wood. E. E. Magee.
Drummond Print Shop. Earl Whit
lock. Oliver Ltnncy, A II. Hale, D. I..
Jolllff, Wilson Abstract Co., Gertrude
Co.. 8'v.o A. WIrtr, Dr. J. O. Goblc.
Warren Hunt. G. H. Jester. Klamath
Packing Co., C. A. Pauly, Calkins-
Donulson Ina. Agency, D. O. Wll-
Hams. Chas. I. Robcrjs. G. W. Offleld
I C. Spink, O. W. Drummond. Wll
lard Peyton. O. O. Fife, It. M. Bagby,
Carrie V. Schmltx, Fred Lundbcrg,
L. II. Belbn.
NEW HIGH WOOL PRICK
REACHED FOR THIS YEAR
(CoBtinned from Pag 1)
willing to gamble on the market as
long as a fslr price Is being offered.
Lake county wool Is already heavily
contracted at from 22 to 30 cents, and
Crook county clips have been large
ly sold at 28 to 31 cents.
Approximately 400,000 pounds re
mains unsold In Deschutes county.
Shearing Is under way, but only a
few ot the smaller bands have as yet
been deprived ot their fleeces.
The regular meeting nt the Wom
en's Library club will be held to
morrow afternoon at 2:30. The offi
cers for the ensuing yesr will bo
elected. Miss Frlcke will have charge
of the program and will speak on
first aid. Mrs. Ferguson will ex
plain the new school nnlt plan. Every
one Is cordially Invited.
-WHERB EVERYBODY GOBS-
HOME OP THE HODK1NBON FEATURES
Toni'ht Benefit rimberworkers
"The Journeys End"
with Wynnham Standing
Mabel Ballin and Gerge Bancroft
What Choice; Could She Make?
The man to whom she had been hound by Fate was
a laborer roung, rugged, .uncouth. The man she
loved her mate in every sense of the word it
seemed could never be hers. And then Fate, which
had created this strange triangle, stepped in to
straighten it out.
It's a fascinating picture one which will hold you
engrossed from start to finish. Incidentally, it's
the first serious drama ever brought to the screen
without a single sub-title.
Friday "Rip Van Winkle." "Country Store Night"
By Our Country Editors
When w0 awakened Tuesday morn
ing wo tlioiiRht wo were n second
"Rip Van Wlnklo." When w0 retired'
It was suutmertlmo while we found
about two Inches of suow on ui
ground In tho morning with a cold
Tho "Minstrel show" given at Mn-
lln Friday evening by the boys of,
thn Union high school under the dir
ection of otto of the teachers, Mi's
. n great success and
out talent unsuspected In
many insinnres, u wai trui)
"southern" and they kept the crowd-
ed hall In an uproar from slurt to
finish with their slngliiR .speaking.
Instrumental music and original
Jukes on local people. There was
quite a delegation trout Merrill and
a few from other points In attend
ance It was said the proceeds from
the entertainment and danrn which
folio ed netted something over
Mrs. J. W. L. Smith and two
daughters, Ruby and Vera, who havo
been visiting relatives and friends at
Roseburg, Salem, Portland and oth
er places for about six weeks, havo
returned to their home here. Mrs.
Smith likes Klamath but rays she
almost wish she had stayed In the
land of sunshine and flowers until
winter was over here. JW
The teachers for the Shasta View
school havo been hired for the com
ing year. They are. Miss Helen
Zumpho. principal, and Miss Ada
Hunt, primary. They am both
local girls from two ot tho best fam
ilies In our community. Miss
Zumpfh has had four years exper
ience teaching In the middle west
and Miss Hunt just completed a
two year .teacher's training and prac
tice conrso at Ashland and success
is predicted for both teachers and
The "wicked Ulno" of Chlloquln de
feated thu Klamath Agency nine Sat
urday in n long drawn out gauiu o(
6-lnnlngs. The ncure wus 19 to IT.
Tho gauiu was marked with heavy
slugging on both sides. Sc'crul times
It looked ns If the ball was being
lost when Gcorgo Carr ot Chlloquln
team connected on two homo runs.
on triple and two.doublco. The Chll
oquln Iluu up was us follews: R. Var-
num !b., E. Cartwrlght If., T. U hiker
c. Griffin p.. I. Cartwrlght lb.. J.
Goldthwalte cf.. F. Silvers 3b.. O.
Carr ss., T. Jackson rf... Tho Agency
line-up was: L. Witson c, A. Kirk
p.. M. Faithful lb.. I Baker 2b.. It.
Hicks 3b., O. Rlddlo as., B. John rf.,
J. De Moore If., and Davis cf. Fay
A preliminary field meet of this
district was held at the Klamath
Agency Saturday. The Agency pub
lic school won the most points. Chllo
quln school secend: Agency boarding
school third;' Fort Klamath feurth:
Modoo Point fifth. Algoma and Cry
stal were the two other schools hut
failed to appear.
Orslee Corbln of Chlloquln spent
Saturday night with Mary Silvers of
Mrs. William Skeen and daughter
Mona and Meda from Klamath Falls
spent the week-end in Chlloquln.
Mr. Pedlgo and family accompan
ied by Mr. II. V. Griffin were Kla
math Falls visitors ono day last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Steako were
Show starts 6:30
Aspgrovo xlsltors timidity.
J. O. Goldtlnvnlto arrived homo
last wook from San Fruucltco where
he bus becu on business.
O. Itny mid P. Curtwrlght from
Rny llrothcrs milt, Klrkford, were
Chlloquln visitors Thursday.
R. Turpln and sou motored from
Kliimnth Falls Saturday on business.
Kovoral car load", of tourists mo
tored through hero this morning on
their way to Sprlnk Creek,
Al flmv.ttiat.ttii ,if lh. Ptiltmitiln
j lMmbi,r 0ompa . ,,,,.,, lllrWinilw,
lMillii Goweti of thn Klamath Sup
ply accompanied by n few frlemtn
drove through bent Sunday
Charley Chastaln ami his friend
Harold Wortleyy of this rllyy. re
turned honin today from Klamath
Kails where he had been on a pleas,
urn ami business, trip.
Tho Chlloquln town team met de
feat by thn Chlloquln "wicked nine,"
Sunday at Aspgrovn. The scorn was 9
lo i". Thn game was fast and fur
ious, good fielding was shown by
both teams. Umpire. II. M. Anderson.
John Varnum and family. Ella Var
num and family left here last week
for Borrls whom they expect lo re
main a few dayya visiting friends and
Wllllo Jonah of Modoc Point was
a Chlloquln visitor Saturday.
Tho Chlloquln high school pupils
finished their examinations last week
and am waiting patiently for reports
from Ihp superintendent ef this coun
ty. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. Anderson mo
tored to Klamath Falls Friday.
Word was received from Ashland
today of thn death of Miss Nellie lion
son. Miss Benson was formerly of
Cltlloqnln having moved to Ashland
about u year and a half ago. She
had many friends hern and they
wern all shocked to hear of her
death which seems to have been quite
I sudden. Sho Is aiirvhcd by a father.
mother, a brother and sister ull of
WARFARE IN CHICAGO
JmiIku IlcfUM-M to Helena tabor
Iicailcru Now Under Armt
CIIICAC.O. May 11. Declaring
that ho agreed with thn pollre con
tention that "Chicago la In a state
ot warfare." Judgo Scanlon today
refused to Isauu habeas corpus writs
releasing Cornelius 8hoat and John
Lfferty, labor leaders, arrested In
connection with the murder of two
policemen yesterday during tabor
bombings. At same time Judgo Da
vid refused to release "Dig Tim"
Murphy and Fred Mader, postponing
thn caso until tomorrow at thn re
quest ot tho police. '
Announcement was made today by
tho Iter. A. II. Ilrlstow that the bas
ket social, scheduled for Friday
night, wan postponed for ono week.
Wallowa Movo on to convert
gravel pit Into swimming pool.
Silver take Jlapld progress being
mado on Summer lake dam.
FOR RENT il-iooiti hous.i partly
furnished iilttu Vurnlshi'tl rimiun
IH:i Pine, phono CON it. II
FOR EXCHANGE lO-uero much,
will exchitugu for good ear or
truck. Whnt hiixit Jim. P. t). box
404, Klamitth Falls, Oiegon. 11-1'J'
FOR SALE CHEAP- Good bicycle or
will trade for u boy's slse. Ad
dress 42! Comiuerilal SI , or leln
pohlii) B4 7-.M 11-12
STRICTLY FRESH local eggs 20c
n dot Fresh green vegetables dally.
Public Market, Oth and 'Klamitth
tV JBw H H
bHBT'Lj' H I
Developing and Printing
WE HAVE the best amateur developing sys
tem in Southern Oregon. Films are developed
correctly, printed properly, returned promptly
IF FILMS are left with us before 9 a. m. pic
tures will be ready at five o'clock in the
Bankrupt Sale of Lumber
BUY NOW and build when you
get around to it v
I am now selling the bankrupt stock o'f the Peppers Cotton Lum
ber Company. This stock is entirely too large for my yard use, .
and must be sold.
"First come, first served'
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
Comer Center St. and Klamath Ave.
CATAR RH ? USE
If jour tuittrlls urn rlomtml, our
throat illsliessiMl, or )our liend In
stuffed by misty catarrh or n cold,
apply a little pure, iiittlHepile, germ
destro)lui; drum Into your nostrils
It pi'iintiiiti'M t lirtxir.lt nry ulr pas
mute,, HliollilIlK lliriMIIH'il, HWOllell
nii'iuliranes mid ynu r.ot Instant relief
How good It teels, Your nostrils
With a Kodak it's easy to make
the kind of pictures you want
when you want them.
We'll gladly show you Kodaks
and how simple it is to make first
class pictures the Kodak way.
Jlust stop at our Kodak counter
there is plenty to interest you here
Autograph Kodaks from $6.50 up
Brownies from $2.00 up
All the Eastman Accessories
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
UUY THEIW DRUGS
Into open Ymir head Ifltlntf Nomoiu
liawldnit, Hiiuflllm:. tliynrim or id run
Itllni; or Ii lun tli, Gut it Hiitall liottlo
ot Uly'H Cieum Halm from iiny drui:
gist, Colds and catarrh yield lllm
mimic. Daii'l May stuffed up. Holler
In sum Adv.
j' I'oultly Mitlltirn Itltll
I Poultry illinium itmilyxuH high In
I nitrogen, tho must expensive of tint
plant foods In buy hh furlllUer, but
I hlii element escapes easily by fei-
nieiitiitlon To prevent this lost
add a small amount nt uuper-phnt-pluiln
to tint inuiiiiro, wlilrli will
almi leliiforin It III pliiiipliorus
Ntunr mid nslu'H to poultry uiit
iiiiik, iii, tliey hasten feriiiuiltutloii)
which insulin III thn lots of nllrn
'f.eu us iiiiummla