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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1922)
WKDXFADAY, MAY SI, IMt
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
liiKrnliiitii h. t'lcwiiKer
Hull wns filed Monday by .lumen
liiKruhum nRiilnnt II, U nnd 1-llllan
ClovciiRPr for tlio collection of n 20o
promissory note, nml nlso nskliiR for j
I'OKTIiANU, Oregon Amerlcun
B0 nUnrneyu fees, together with n, Legion posts uro naked to submit
request tlin t a llun bo nllowod
(iKalnut ISO itcrrn ot land In sections
Hi'vcn nml 17 In townnhlp 10, lu this
entries for nthlotlr Ramos, field cv
cnla, RwlmmlnK nml diving contorts
to be bclil nt the national conven
tion ot I ho American Legion In
NOIITII I1KNU, Oregon. The
ball being built by the Sunset Post
No. 31 American Legion of North
lleml will bo erected on the corner
of Union and Washington streets
Outing Flannel, 22c
Another excellent flannel
opportunity! In coloring
for pajamas and night
gowns white or white
with blue and pink
Mntlrns Shirting, 45c
These (lavs women are an
interested In wnnrt shirt
materials as are men. Hx
eellent ciiiitllty shirting In
woven colors, partly silk,
in stripes; .'12 inches wide.
Indue Niijh IMviiiiilirl'il
Circuit Judgo A. 1.. I.envltt nn
niiunreil till, morning that ho was
Now Orelann next October, accord' and will bo 100 by 120 feet. Under
,Ihk to advices received by state! present plans, tho legion building
Legion hcadquartera lu Portland.
Tho Oregon Department Is con-
disqualified to bear n motion forjslderlng tho organization of a
netting nsldo tho. Injunction and re-1 strong football team to be pitted
moving of receiver K tho rase of I against tho legion football teams of
llob't. F. Ityiin ngnlnst Frank II. Kob-1 the country nt New Orleans.
Inson, Credit Service company, llert j
C. Thomns nnd Hello Fulton, on the' lleedsport, Oregon. l'ot No. C2,
ground that the defendant Kohln-' American I.eglon, lay claim to
(ton wns related to him. The case t having among its members, the
bnd Its origin In the filing of suits! oldest enlisted man who served
corporation will dedicate tho hall
on tho Saturday night, July 1st,
and will give public dances on Mon
day and Tuesday during tho celo
bratlon. Tho building will cost $21,000.
ngnlnst Hyan nnd ltoblnosn Jointly I Uncle Ham during the world war.
us owning nnd operating the Merrill His name Is Jesse F. Innian. nn
Drug store, attempting to collect cor- enthusiastic member of the Iteods-
tnln Portland nnd San Francisco ac
counts on which nttnehments pro
ceedings were Issued. Hyan then
filed the suit that wns up on motion
today nnd obtained an Injunction or
der and the appointment of ii rcelv-
er of tho Merrill store last week
port post, who wns born on the
sixth day of March In 1S49 nnd
serxed as n civilian scout lu
Sioux Wur In 1S71 nud 1SS7.
HOOD U1VKR. Oregon. An
nouncement by tho Hood Itlver
American I.eglon Port that radio
concerts will be a feature of tho
second Annual Mt. llodd Climb
scheduled for July this year, lias
created a surprising Interest. ac
cording to Kent Shoemaker, chair
man. It l. proposed to open Ore
the: camp In the future for u week or
He ; more with skiing and other snow
enlisted for service In the Navy as ! field sports entered. This fftr It
n blacksmith nt San Francisco. Cal. , has been limited to two days. It
years of nge. hale and I anticipated that national and
Attorneys for the defense request- J hearty nnd engaged lu Salvation . state legion officials, city and state
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cd Judge l.eavllt to communicate
with tho chief Justice at Salem with
a view to having some nearby cir
cuit Judge assigned to hear the mat
ter, which he said that he would do,
but Hint ho would prefer to have
the matter token care of by Jud?c
Sklpworth of Eugene who has been
assigned to hear the court house
enso, providing he would be here l a
short time. ,
HOXWOUTII At 313 Michigan
avenue, May 29. 1922. to Mr.
nnd Mrs. Harry Hoxworth, a nlno
pound boy. Named Oran Mur.
Army work lu Douglas county
I officer wilt attend the affair.
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Letters from (be People
& 0AW0 M , mAmAtA0j
clal-prlvlleged system, whore the
average voter had about as much
to say whom hi choice for candi
date would bo .is though he were
never a cltlten at alt. Although
you are sustained In your position
.' by the president of your parly, Mr,
Editor Herald Difference 0f' "anting, a, to the recall, why the
opinion does uot Infer enemies. fu, aml rPhy to tho camll-
Sl'AIlKS At llonanza, May SI. to
Mr ..and Mrs. William Sparks, a
sc en-pound daughter
- .'Therefore. I wish to take exception I da,M recalled? Are there not such
to your editorial advocating j0nB'rcuraiiancM Happening dally lu
away with the recall and primary.
Was not King Charles of England
beheaded In 1649 because ho tried
to take away from tho people their
rights to make laws to govern
themselves? And arc yon not be
heading the party your paper rep
CurrlnV for Drugs. Opposite Cen
tral School. 29-31
private operations? Men nro dU
charged for cause; the same as tho
pcoplo discharged llutchcll and
Williams. The causo In tho Judg
ment of tho pcoplo was sufficient
to remove tbem. And personally I
congratulate them on what they
svients In ndvoeatlne Ihn ri-lnrn nf;dl1, aiti on evidence a I have It
convention or delegate system ofi' nsk no one ,0 kccD' mo ln a P'-
selecting officers for election? That
JVf ."" -.'.i&lrt
tlon. Neither will efficient man
agement keep In a position an em
ploye who la not true to his em
ployer. Tho pcoplo uro tho em
ployers. Why ask to take that
power away from them. In doing
away with the recall? The chance
of "Injustice to the employe Is
mighty small. I will ask you a
question, and thtt Is, what position
Hd your paper take to enlighten
tho people on tho Justifiable merits
ot recalling llutchcll and Williams?
Nothing either way. So, because
two eraploypg are fired, you take
tho position that tho employer
ought to bo deprived of the right
to fire them by doing away with
recall KLWOOD W. ROBERTS.
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Wash Fabrics al Their Best
They're altogether irresistible gay ginghams, plaided
and checked sheer voiles that breathe of summer
fine lingerie materials and scores of other fabrics for
Home Sewing week. Buy this week the materials for
your summer frocks and lingerie ami save on every
FINE FRENCH GINGHAMS, 75c
Usually one waits Until later in the season for such a
splendid value, but you may now buy it, and have the
advantage of a full.season's wear, at the Home Sewing
Week price 1 Fine French gingham, soft, lustrous fin
ish in a 'profusion of rich colorings and patterns.
Thirty-two inches wide.
Two for 25c oV
$1.25 per dozen
why you should
do your month's
II o in e Sewing
Week! . Cap and
should be pure
For baby's health means future hap
piness. So many people take no
precautions against infected milk.
They should visit our creameiy.
They would marvel at the spic and
span system of keeping our pro
ducts sanitaiy and our perfected
process of pasteurization.
Ask your Grocer for
i SUN FLOWER BUTTER
i It's the Best in Town n,
7th Klamath Phone 501-J
Trust your family's health to us as
far as Milk and Butter are
PAVTMO.V TO OPK.V
Th0 dancing pavilion on KUmath
avenuo will bo reopened Saturday
ovcnlng under tho management of
John Houston, who says dances will
be held every Saturday night dur
ing June. Houston announces a pol
icy of charging a nominal admission
for spectators who will not bo re
quired to buy danc0 tickets, as was
tho custom under former manage
Such dainty lingerie is
made from this crepe
that it is very desirable at
this price. Plain pastels;
30 inches wide.
These spring days, when
tit is the chief worry of
mothers how to keep the
dressed, they need many
romper suits! Buy ma
terials now and save.
Domestic Zephyr Gingham 29c
Zephyr Gingham, and at so low a price you will want enough material for
several summer frocks and porch dresses. Plaid effects in the prettiest
colors. Thirty-two inches wide.
Tissue Ginghams 65c and 75c
Tissue Ginghams will be one of the season's popular fabrics. A highly
mercerized yarn dyed tissue. The artificial silk woven in corded stripe
effects gives the cloth a rich appearance.
Transparent Organdie 75c
A firmly woven, permanently crisp Swiss finish, transparent Organdie.
Offered iif delicate shades of maize, coral, old rose and blue.
Womens Summer Vests 50c
In buying knit vests be sure that the weave is the
durable kind. Here are execellent quality Swiss
rib and spring-needle knit vests the kind that
wear and wear! Regulation and bodice styles.
WOMEN'S LISLE HOSE, 50c
Fine lisle hose, semi-fashioned, reinforced in
wearing pails. In black and cordovan.
For those who are too busy to sew we have on
our shelves a beautiful line of Gingham dresses
made of the new imported Anderson Gingham.
Shown in red, orchid, blue, brown, green and
black checks, some with organdie trims, and
offered at attractive prices.
O V KTOCKHOM)KllH
WOMAN'S MJ.SSIONAItV SOCIETY
The Wownn'g Missionary society
of tho Christian church will meet
at tho homo or Mrs. It. J. Sheets, 30S
S. Itlvorslde tomorrow afternoon nt
2:30 o'clock. A full attendance Is
MO SOCIETY TO MEET
The M. E. Aid society will meet at
the home ot Mrs. S. J. Chancy, 1005
High street Thursday afternoon at
2:30. All members and friends are
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of Lungcll Valley Tclephuno
Co., will bo hold at Uonanza, on Sat
urday 'June 10th., at 1 o'clock.
31-G 0. I'. KKIXKH. Secy.
WANTED All kinds or (.owing to do
at homo. Work Kuarnntecd. M8
So. r,th St, 31-G
FOR SAI.K WIckor baby buggy and
white Ivory crib. 720 N. 9th St.
Phono 3G0-M. 31-1
FOK HENT Three room furnished
apartment with sleeping porch also
furnished bedrooms. 39 High Direct.
FOR HENT Mrs, l.oroni'a threo
room furnished apt. 31-1
LOST lady's wrist wntch, octagon
al shape, green gold case, some
where between Winter npta and
Ninth nnd Lincoln Sis. Itolurn to
Ilox W. W. Herald office Jtnwnrd.
WANTED Woman or girl past 30
for bouse and dairy work. Ilox 3S3,
LOST Mttle blue lelt military rnp
lait night on Main street. Leave
at Herald office 31-1
LOST Tiro and rim, 32x1, painted
grey. Jieasu return to I'nl'in Oil
ON AND AFTL'U Juno I tho Knlr
vlew Cash (Irorery will be rimed
nil day Sunday. 3.j
FOIl KENT Housekeeping rooms,
bath. I'rlvntu home. Phono 337-J.
FOIl SALE 3 wagons, six sets of
heavy huruess. Tel. 342-W. 31-2 1
WANTED 3 pusHengem for Port
land. Iirgo car. Tel, 342-W. 31-2
FOIl HENT Two and threo room
apU, don, lu. Tel. 342-W. 31-2
Iiundon $12,905 contract award
ed for grading and clearing two
-NOTICE TO CIIEDITOHH
All persons having claims ugalmrt
tho Estate of Katlo Leo Da I ton aro
directed to present tho same, with
proper vouchcrH attached, to mo nt
my office In tho Loomls Building,
Klamath Falls, nrmmn within iilr
months from this date.
Dated Muy "31, 1922.
I. V. KTJYKENDALL.
Administrator of said Estate.
COUNTY TKEASUHEU'H NOTICK
Notice Is hereby given that tboru
aro funds In Iho County Treasury
for the redemption or Klamath Coun
ty ItOAD Wurrants protested on or
before November 30tb 1921.
Interest on tbo same will 'cease
from this date.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 86th. day of May,, A. D. 1922,
O. K. VAN ItlPER, ,
2C-1 Inc. County Treasurer.
-Currln's for Drugs. Currln says
so, ..... i'Wl
$2.00 PER CRATE
Mail or phone your order for Saturday
Delivery . .
WIIERK EVERYBODY OOEH
HOME OF THE IIODK1NHON FKATUHUI
Now is the Time to Can
Ninth and Klamath
Tonight Timberworkcrs Benefit
Big Double Bill
"Who Am 1?"
Unflinchingly she faced tho greatest gamble in
life, with her happiness the stake. A single cut of
the cards to decide. To lose meant the loss of her
veiy soul. Just one of the tense situations in this
novel and gripping photo-play.
and Elaine Hammerstein in
"The Pleasure Seekers"
Coming tomorrow Constance Talmadge hi "Ex
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30
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