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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Published dally except Bunder, by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klarhatlt Fall, at 119 Eighth atreet.
Entered at tho poitofflce at Klam
ath Kails, Ore., (or tranimtuloi
through the matte ai econd-clata
MEMtlER OF TUB ABSOCIATfcD.
The Associated Press Js exelBllre
tr entitled to tho uee for,iWka
tlon of all nowi dlipatche,, ertdlted
to It, or not otherwise credited la
thin paper, and also tho local news
HATUHMY, Jl'SK 10, h
THE divorce nf tiio 8outhern Pa
cific from tho Central Pacific,
according to the host niltlce we ran
Kloan, destroys tho possibility of
tho completion of the- Natron cut
off. Neither llns. It tho supremo
court enters n decree according
with Its opinion, will have Incent
Ivo to bridge tho pap across the
Klamath county Is. vitally Inter
t'stcil In thin matter, and the cham
ber of commerce and Influential In
dividuals and organizations should
ascertain If the effect of the tin
merging of the two roads will be
stated. It so, the situation calls
HEED THE SIGN
"Tltn deplorable automobile tiag-
cdy at llrny jesterday again
rails attention to thenecdlcesness cf
tlio majority of railway crossing ac
cldcnts and the need for preventive
ruonrurcs of somu sort. '
I'ntll It becomes practical to nbol-
Inh all railway grade crossings, the
burden of safeguarding the lives of
motorists iiiubI rest upon the driver of
The loeomotlvo has the right of
way and tho nutolst who approaches
a railway track shoild realise that
Injun nrd death arc lying In lurk.
It takes but a few seconds to stop,
look and llitcn. Obey the earning
of tho white croarms. The few
Ki'conds pause may save n nudden
burtllnR plunge Into all eternity for
tho occupants of the automobile; n
lifetime of regrets over a needle
lriiKc11y for their loved ones.
The, Dray accident, because it Is a
loral iiarlpenlng, brings home IU les-'
eona forcefully to this particular
nut it in merely an Incident In tho
dally history of American transport
ta'tlon. Kvery day the counterpart
of tho Hrny tragedy la being enacted,
not once but mnnyy times, at ether
grade crossings In the United States.
Until we regulate the operation of
motor chicles, by state t national
legislation, with a view to preserving
lUo aud maintaining th; public safe
ty, along lines similar to those un
der which passenger carriers that
operate upon rails are conducted, the
responsibility for preventing the.
wholesale loss of life must" rest upon
the individual who drives a motor
Seventy-flvo per cent. Ht luast. of
nutomoblle accidents, couiu oe pro
vented by tho cxercl'e of merely ordi
nary caution. Therefore, be cautious;.
for his groceries' while the grocer
orders his drygoods. from a malt
orMcr eala)og, and so on, through
the whole list of vocations.
Tho Herald Is not in ttie Job
printing business, so It Is trio more
a direct loss to us when a man
sends away for his printing than
when he sends away for his hard
ware. Hut Klamath Kails buslnou
houses In combatting tho mail or
der trade have a- good opportunity
here to .pluck a mote or 'two from
their own eyes. Many dollars go
out of this city tor printing that
could be , provided by the local
snops equipped tor 'job printing, at
prices that will compare freight,
delay, ctr., considered equally as
'favorably with outside prices a tho
prices of other commodities com
pare with outside prices.
The remedy Is a general turning
over of a new leaf The communi
ty welfare cannot but be Impaired
whin half of the money that Is
made In Klamath county U spent
elsewhere for articles than can be
as cheaply and more satisfactorily
and easily secured from tho local
merrlnnt or craftsman.
Why build another home In Pas
ndena for one of the eastern mer
chant princes' Why pave another
street in Portland. or San Francisco
that perhaps ou may never set
The Herald Is for KUuuth coun
ty, first, last and all the time. Give
the local merchant first chance. If
he hasn't what you want Ut him
order It. He can get it tor you
without longer wait perhaps more
quickly and at no greater eot
than it you ordered It yourself.
It be cannot meet outside com
petition, freight and cartage added,
then will be time enough to con
sider buying ouUldo Klamath coun
ty. .And even then, think twice.
The dollar that Is spent elsewhere,
is a rolling adventurer. It wilt
never build an Inch of Klamath
road .or furnish Its quota of bricks,
for a new building on Main street.,
The trade-jt-aeme dollar is flat,
and slacks easily. It we all do
our part fo euro this insidious dis
ease which Is so nulcttr but surely
'sapbfug the com'munlty vitality, we,
l-will soon accumulate, a .pile of stay-,
'al-Tunno dollars that will play a
'worth-while nart In Klamath coun-
. " ' "T
WILfc CXVKIX PICTVItK
The A. N W club met at tho
home of Mrs Jennie Hum on IMue
street Wednesday afternoon. An
nual election of offliers took place
and Mrs. It. K, Wallenberg was
clecteil president ami Mrs. J F. (Inci
ter secretary. This marks the clme
of the loth year of the club's exist
ence, tt was the oldest social club
In the city A committee was ap
pointed to select the new books to
be read by the club dining the com
ing year, consisting of Mrs. Jennie
Hum, Mrs. It. II. Dunbar, and Mrs
J. F. (loeller A picnic was planned
to be given Inter this month. After
the business meeting n delightful re
past was served by the hostess. Thov
present were Mesdames, J. K (loel
ler, fieo. Wlrtx, It If. Dunbar, i:. 8.
Phillips. A Sloan. Ellen Plel. S. K.
Martin. It K. Wallenberg. M S
The Psychology class will meet
Monday evening In the library rlub
room at S o'clock. Archdeacon Win
Wteter will lecture on "Krcud" and
his theory. All Interested are cor
dially Invited to this meeting which
will be the l.ut one this year
The annual plcnle of the P K O
society was held Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
It. C. Oroesbock because of the In
clemency of the weather. The damp
ness outside, however, did not damp
en the spirits of the large crowd
that attended. Those present were:
Messrs and Mesdames A. it Collier.
Karl Cummlngs. 11. D. l.lod Stewart.
J. J. Heard. Alfred Collier. C. V.
Fisher. I.. 1.. Truax. Hert C Thomas.
Harry Ooctler. Mesdames. J. V
Drewhaker. A- R. Wilson. C. P.
Mason. Mary Drew, Syd. Kvans, and
Miss Vera Houston and Miss Mary
Stewart of Honolulu. T. H. and Miss
lug, 11 It Harrison, Moiuver, Chns
W Kberleln, Karl Cummlngs, C, P.
Mason, Chas. Martin, Dert I.
Thomas, tt. H. Wright. Kd Pike
mid Miss Mary Stewart of Honolu
lu, T II.
The Happy Hour ilub will meet
Tuosdiy afternoon with Mrs O. M.
The St Paul's Guild met Thurs
day afternoon at the homo of Mrs.
O. D. Ilurku on Third street. The
nttemoon was spent In needlework
for the guild, anil ten was served
by the hostess.
The Ladles' Missionary society of
the Methodist church met Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. U-vvv-renco
Phelps, on Auburn street
Mrs. I.. N. Haines wa, teader for
the program which followed tho
general outline the club Is following
for tho year, and at the cloo de
licious refreshments were served..
Next Thursday afternoon the Tea
cup club will give n luTn party at
the home of Mrs. Lelghton, on Con
I ger avenue.
I A Jolly picnic party motored to
I Spencer creek Sunday afternoon.
i Tho time was spent In fishing and
I partaking of a delightful picnic sup
I per Those attending were tlm
families of Karl Cummlngs, J. F
Cocller, Harry (Joellcr and Chas.
The Auction llrldge club wM.q-...
moot Wotlnnsdav afternoon with ' JtLL
Mis. Oscar Hblve, 119 North Ninth
Mrs O. M. Hector gave a birth
day party Saturday afternoon for
Our prints are made on Volnx
it Is now mm iiIimisIom, an
uthei sufegu'iid fur Veiny
Materials that are Kaslinnn-nmde and methods that
are Hastinan-approved, plus the experience of our
experts, are guaranties of finest quality finishing.
Films received before 9 a. in.
ready the same day at 5 p. m.
0 O I, I) l: N on each side of tho
table. Mrs. Lincoln was presented
with a beautiful eleetile coffee inn,
Mis Newell was assisted by Mrs
T. 0. Campbell and Mil's Lorettn
Jennings, Guests were Mesdames
W I! Lamm, Lessle doners, Jurk
Slater, Chas Moore, t. tl V.in Hel
ton, J. J , Parker, Chas Martin, T
C. Campbell, J P Wells. II P
Hardenbrook, J II Carter, K D
Lamb, Twyln I'cigusou. CIiim Col
lier, It i: deary, Misses Clara Cal
kins, Marjurld Dolxell and Lorettn
Jennings and Mrs. (lieu Jester.
Lady Elks enlertiliiod v Itti so
oi ill tables of bridge lust Tuesdit)
afternoon. Itefieshnuuts were sen
ed by Mrs. O M lloitor, W. P
Johnson, ('. 1) Mathews and Mrs
The tea given b tde ladlis of
Sacred Heart ehiirth Tliuisday after '
noon was very niiccissftil and they
have decided to hold one oven two
Ul'llk.. Ill flit, fill III.. IC
" ss .
Tho boys mid i;li 1h of the third .
fourth and fifth grades of Sacred' -
Heart iicademy Have Ikcii conduct OREGON BREVITIES , ''";""'
lug a contest during Hi., entire scluxd ,M,,M ,l,,1",t '"T"
jeur with point, being Klven' fur best I ' .............. ... llrnutH Pass- Caves lilghwiiy
Mall our I'llius or llrliu: Them In
STAR DRUG CO
nth mid Main Street
It K N Co to
Port'aud PI ins completed
III VV llllxtllt.lt
Corwillli Work under
new GO mm ideal r
r l.llgeiie wiliili'll nuns mm wuin
lug lo lapaill) '
Piirllaiid lo Ihsiih $31 , 'IB I i-
Tllliinuliik lliirllmlill miIioiiI ilU
attendance, deporlment and highest ,,, , ,ulV(.,imN l(MM)l) (IK completed Jmin I.
grades in eiamiiiauons. ruin in
recent examlnatleiis tde ho)s wtro
ahead of tho girls li) several points
but the grades made li) the girls tat
week id.iCid the gills In tint lead and
' they were made ttie gueits nf the
bo)s at u delightful tittle party glvui
ut the academy last Wednesday He
ports of the parly weie to the effect
tdat tde bo's Judged tde girls' iii
petltes for Ice ere.im ud cak(i li
tdelr own and tdat the stippl? grcatl)
exceeded tde demand
.Shipping llimnl Will Audlfii Pi op
en Valued at SUOll.tMMI
. A picture of th? Rev. Dr. 'A. I
Snellen, Christian church mission
ary to.TJbet. who wag assassinated
several t month's ago. will be unveil-
.'ed tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at
'the Children.'! Pay exercises at the
Christian church. Tfa It 5 v. A. n
Orlslow will deliver a lecture on the,
life arid accomplishments of Dr. Shel-
cXfko'uc ritriicji buWnb
SALEM, June 10. Plre of nn
knor.n origin destroyed the 8acml
Heart Catholic church at nervals,
IS miles north of Salem, thlvmorn
Ins. The loss was flO.OOO.
Florence Porter nnd Lloyd Porter and ( her daughter. Alysw, y )ear old,
the P. K. O. children. Marie. Cam-' and son Walter. II years old, whose
line and Kteanor Collier. Hennlo Wll-1 birthdays occur only n few days
son, Chas. and Margaret Cummlngs. I apart. They played games on the
Hobby and Helen Mason. Slary Char-1 inwn, then had tho usual birthday
lene Thomas. Jean Karnest, (truce 1 cai0 ami ice cream Thoso present
Jean nnd Stowart GroosbcCK. Harry. 1 were Florence Henry, draco Groes-
beck, Gertrude Mngulre. Lorraine
Lavenlk, Kteanor Magulre, Nance
Hrbecca Denton, Harbara Jenkins,
Hope Gordon. Iluth Chllcote. MattloJ
Grlzxle. Helen Cofer, Claire Hector.
Jean and Nannette Gooller. Porcy
and Joy Kvans. Kathcrlne and ,ttod-
ert Hrcwbakcr. nnd Itutd Campbell.
Mrs. Irving Hlbbert will enter
tain the Leisure Hour tluh Tuesday Hnberl Currln. Stowart Groosbeck.
afternoon at her borne at Pelican j Herbert Magulre, Klchurd Currln,
Cl,y. j Hubert Totten.JMck Magulro. Keith
4V I Iluconlcn, Elbert I-avenlk, Hasll
Tfc. i n.r.rv rini. mM Pridav af- Hrown and Gl;n Hockarcl
ternoon at the Library club rooms.
It was tho last meeting ot tno year,
and the business meeting was tak-l spent Sunday at Hock creek, drlv
en up with reports of out-golng of- ! out In their cars. Those going
fleers and appointing of commllteesl Te me racmoers o. uio lamuies
Mrs. Iicrt C ' "' "r. warren num. ur. i 1,
Truax. Dr. K. II. Iloyd, C. I. Hob-
for the coming year
Tbomas sanB several solos, accom
panied by Mrs. Chas. Wood Kber
leln. Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Chas Martin Thoso present
were Mesdames D M Smith, W. J.
Stclnmetz. Horace Hrldgeford, H C
Groesbeck, A L. Rice, J F. fioel
ler. Ooldack, Lee Ilean. S. K. Mar
tin. R. K. Wattenburg, Motile Held-
I KEEP IT HERE
TUB merctents of Klamulh
Falls 1V0 as csiger us the mer
chantB of Chliago. Portland or San
Francisco to urry complete llnes of
merchandise. Thelr revenue Is de
rived from their ability to fill sat
isfactorily the manifold wants of
tdelr customors and If they had no
lilyhcr motive, more rocrcenartsm
would dictate that they tarry every
umcutvuble article of stock that Is
HKely tp bo required by patrons.
Klamath FulUi mercbunts, as are
tlio murchunts of other small popu
latlon centers, uru handicapped by
thn number of .thouEhlIea persons
who still hoed the alrcn song of
the mill order house, or the ad
vortisliiK of tlio big metropolitan
Wo say "thotiglilleas" because
wit htdo majority of Ijjng-dlstance
shoppom tlfe.ro i no desire to hurt
ibo tommuntty hi which thoy live
ilud earn tiiu' money they spend
Many of them would Indignantly
repel tho suggestion that they were
adght but loyal cltlxens, earnestly
devoted to the upbuilding of tho
community. And right here let It
be said that we do not bollovo that
the worklngmun, whether a perma
nent or transient resident of the
community, Is the only offender or
tlm worst offender.
The virus or mall order , buying la
vampant In our "best families'."
And the man who sella drygooils
is not above seudlug "but of town
- -a..---..- r f r-r . r f r - . n ., . . n t rn iiifin.n
jsVsWisV rti "fw fclhfttttjM m .b
I AW1MKI1 A11K
-r - -. J
1 l-T 1 -II I I II - I
PORTLAND. Ore . Juno l With t
an auction sale of engines. In flers
life boats, w Indies, windlasses and
aucdor cdaliis hero Jul) II. nt wd ch
properly worth between $100 one
und (H. (inn will be dlsrosed of. (lie J
material anil sates division of the
t'nlted Slates shipping board here
expects to clear Its decks of all the
accumulation left on hand "lien on
nt ruction slopped at tills pi rt
During the past few moulds tde
division lie re das sold, imilnl) 10 nier 1
chants In large tots, a great wirletj
of supplies, and has reallted about
I'OD.OOn. Handsaws, homlii). hard .
ware, rope, cutlery mid culinary nr
tides o( all descriptions. In fact t
everything going to the fitting up of
a vessel has been Included 111 the mis
cellaneous amy of stuff "going over
Screen stars change every day the
public is always looking for "new
oner, and tiny like 'em young and
snappy. Tonight we have two clev
er young co-stars, Johnnie Walker,
who is a regular fellow, and one of
the prettiest flappers you ever saw,
Edim Murphy, and tiny do .some
clever work in showing you "WHAT
LOVE Wll.I- HO' and you'll be
Mtrpris"d. And totiiopvw after
noon, after ,our good Sunday din
net, come it; and see it program that
we arc proud of. First h the News
Keel, featuring iU'tual conditions in
.lapan. together with up-to-the-minute
shots in the great ctnteis of
America: then the timely TOPICS
--and if they don't hand vou a
iiiiigh the special comedy, "FALL
lNf; FOU F:INY." will--and then
the meat Tom .Mix in "THK NIC I IT
IIOHSRMAN," We admit you will
get oitr money's worth.
erts. O. D. Ilurkoi Percy Hurkc, A.
M. Worden. It. K. Wright. Miss
Florcnco Pflueger nnd Mr. Perrln
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs j
Herbert D. Newell entertained with
five tables of bridge, In honor ofl
Mrs Golden Lincoln, who will bo
murrled soon to Dr. Hrown of
Sheridan. Wo A gold and brown 1
color scheme was cloverly carried
out. A delightful supper watrj
served at one large tabic In thei
I'lllNKVII.l.K TO RKIU'ILD
PRINF.VILl.K. June 10 Con
tracts were to lie cloned lodiy for
several new buildings to replace the
structures destroyed In the Accent
big fire here '
ROOM AND BOARD TJy day. weekjl".
or month. 616 Pine St. 9-12 i-lb
1 'dining room. Tho centorplecu was und
a candelabra with golil canities, anil
I FOR SALK Prize winner (iolden pans,M anu urlaa' wrea,n ua"K'"
! fa . . . a. - .. ili I. . . n Lx.... 1. a .nilnlnl..,.
eanrigni iianiam eggs for hutih- ul "'" "- "' uuiiii
Call at 213 Cedar St. ur phone ' gold and drown ribbons radiated
8-H I 0 ,.ac, pjaco doldlng tho place
cards. At each ptaco was a bunch
of pansles forming the letters.
When Out Riding Sundays
Riverside Hotel '
Eat a Good Chicken
Cream served every i
WANTED Man to milk Jhd del-1 MADE TRANSFi:it Will n.oye you
Ivcr. Good wages. TJong Job for .eS",Hlme' nn'nh,!rc- Reasonable
good man. 11 01 55. Heral.l Offlr... it9-J. 7tf
day. Ej:tra with Dinner
llox 55, Herald Office.)
LOST Pink cameo, from ring. He
turn to Herald Office. 0-lt
FOR RJSNT Furnished room, with
or without board. Phone 413-W or
SIS Jefferson St. 9-10
FOR RHNT 2000 acres of good
meadow grass and swamp land
pasture, with plenty good water, all
under fence. Wrlti or phono Mrs.
(iladyg Horn Kllgore, Jlonanza. Ore
I FOR SALK A few slightly used
bill on Main atreet be-1 ',ul", . AU 'CH- Bargain prices.
..tween Square Deal Drug Store and
Lorcnz's shop. Phone 4SS-J, 9-10
FOR SALK My herd .of dairy cows
containing some of the best In too
eqUnty. Six week old baby chicks,
Oregon Strain. Some choice year
old hens selected from over 500 for
the best layers. .Farm machinery
and euulpeut of all kinds. Klectric
SVualidiie rt ulilnA ilnn n.l nttina
ii'uoiuiui, uiHvuiMVi iiiauui auu uiuci 1 . . .
I household furniture. Boventeen-lnch '1 SALKtp ocps. well Improv
silo filler and bay chopper. One at- (u- "WW r.uwin vvuson. uniio.
Gooding's Hargalu Storo 1008 Main
ai. opposite rosluriKu. 7-iv
WANTKD 100 Cows and calvo.
Apply Kdwln Wlhon. Chlloauin.l
LOre. -l6 ,
WIIKN IN MALLS Stop at, Klam
ath Cafe and got a good meal fori
50c, Mrs. Hay Pickett, prop. C-12'j
fafa ruiul machine.
DB8T OK PASTURE for rent. JIarry
Apply C. D.
FOUND Hull lion. Imjulre 1131
Pine und pay tor ad. 8-10
WANTED tfjdy for Janitor wbrk.
Klamath Oen. Hospital. Hit
F611 RKJv'Tt-J ro,om. fa'bin. furnish
ed. SeeDick,.240 Hroad St. 8-10
FOB.HALK-r-Ivory wicker baby car
riage, V.UII Ml UJU r. I1IU HI,
WE CAN HANDLE a few more lawns
, t,o.i4k'A care aU Can. X urulsh our
om. rawer,. Leave , word at, Caat.rul
Hotelfpr.jir. Vim Krallngen. Neat
work assured, tr
HAVE RANCH To lease for cash dr
on shares. Will dairy 25 tov
and raise flno vegetables, inquire
box R. T. Herald Office. 6-12"
FOR RENT Adout 20,000 ucrcs of
good grazlug land, no foxtail, well !
wutortd. Dwlnnell Lumber Com-!
pany, Macdocl, Cullf. 5-10 1
REAL CAR HAROAIN One 1920
Chevrolet Sedan, guaranteed A-l
condition, new tires, 1922 license,
mn less than 0,000 miles. Inquire
ilulck Sales & Scrvlco Co. Phone
FOR SALE 18 head of beet cattle.
Cheap If tukeu ut once. Paul Hiu-
nor, Luke, Ore. 8-10
FOR SALE Old papers, suitable for
underlying linoleum, carpet,, etc.,
wrapping and packing. Ton rents n 1
largo Imndlo, Herald office, tf
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
Citrus Kt ult Cocktull
Splied Heels Kneet (ihurMus
Special Combination Salad
ChUlien with like Soup
Rolled Clllekeu Halibut Egg Sauco
Unit Fried Spring Chicken wltd Corn Frlttms, Maryland
Veal Sweetbreads, a la Poulettl
Minted Cdltkeu In Cru.iui, 11 la King
Steamed Rlcu Cream Whipped Potatoes
. Assorted I'les Vulilllu lie Criiuin
Ch'oiolute, Stiuwberry, I'lueuppte, Murshiuullniv or
I'rult Nut HunHiiu
Jliislc 1 1) Hurry lloivl Oiilielni
in "Across the Continent"
Reid's Latest Picture First Time Shown Here
A niile-a-iniiutte romance tingling with dare
devil stunts and packed with fun. Theodore
Roberts and Mary MacLaren in the support
"THE CAVE GIRL"
A drama of the great forests. Made in the
Yo.scniitc in the dead of winter. Teddie Gerard
starring; a great supporting east. Great thrills
and wonderful .scenery. A picture for all.
DOES SHE SMILE ENOUGH?
When ahc learns of the-conven-icnecs,
she will be satisfied with
nothing but electricity in her
Why do HioiisuiiiN use cleilrlellj
When eleilile tlemien ,u tyno.UO mill
Dili trie Irons ol )(I.(M anil fuel denied
I list OUv't
Ailloniobili-s KMl.dO -In $1,11110.00, vtlien
II Imrse mill IiiikK)' sls 9:100,00'.'
It's the SERVICE she gets; the
ease in accomplishing the every
day tasks of life.
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER