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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1922)
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MIm Jean rcrry left this morning
for Weed where sho will innko hot
homo with tier parents
V jCi ,W. Warren, a rancher of tho
Itir district, was n business visitor
!2Jo Pickle has returned from Port-
land whore ho spent several day on
Joo Kqnop, ono tlma resilient of
Klamath Falls, Is here from his Med
ford 'ho wo looklnf after business nf.
Mr. and Mrs. William llngclslnln.J
of tforrls, spent Tuesday In this city,'
Kennoth Klauhu, who for the past
two years has been connected with
tho otflco force of the California Ore
gon Tower company", left last night
for Klrkrord where ho nil) take u
position wlili tho Pelican liny lum
Miss Mablo need, nf San Francis
co, accompanied by Miss Alma Si
mon, of Stockton, mid by her 'nop-
hows, George and Tlmmlo Heed, left
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ncomblned business and pleasure) thl, 'mornng for tho ton bods to
,r'P Tapcnit n couple of dni visiting tho
Ico caroi nnd
The post office forco In very proud
of tbo two now mnll boxes which
iv.1 ......,. i. i j..!lhov erected yesterday In front of
has been qulto III for tho past week. ho vlm National bank and Amorl-
was ablo to bo down town for a short cn ?ftlo"l Thwo boxes nro
tlmo this morning. 1 much ,nrRcr ,han m of ,hc oW
boxes and wilt greatly linproo tho
"Mr. and Mrs. E. 1. Applegate and service for patrons of tho postofflce.
their guest, Miss timran lfonzlk, of
Oakland, California, loft this morn
ing for a short camping trip.
'Mr. and Mrs, Low Arcns lefli on
ihe morning trsln for San Francisco,
Arena to attend to business matters
and Mrs. Arena on a pleasure trip.
jiMarlo 8ommcrs, Mrs. K. O. Ford,
Br. Statla Ford WjfrtotriHl; K, A.
Sfcrriaun are all TOtftcftcf at tho
Miss Marjorlo Cutting left this
raoralng far her homo In San Fran
cisco after an attended visit hero as
the guaat of Mrs. If. W Brldgcford.
The Methodist Aid "society will
meet Thursday afternoon at !:39
with Mr. Harry rcltt. 804 Walnut
Mr. and Mrr. William Wheeler and
Vita DIsoi were hero last evening on
their way to Crater lake from San
Diego, Callfrrnja. Mis Dixon's homo
la In Burlington, Vermont.
0. A. Krausc, manager of tho
Klamath Manufacturing company's
plant hero, left this morning for San
Francisco to be gone several days
looking after business matters.
The ladles of the St. Paul'a Kplsro
pal guild will hold their regular
mnoetlng pn Thursday of this neck at
the Boat of Mrs. Thomas Martin,
I3 High strcot, at 2:30 p. m.
,' U Hoagland and O. D. Durke left
this morning en tho Ashland stage
Infendiag to take the train from
there to Portland. They will return
the last of tbo week with two new
A distinguished party of tourlsta
stopped last night at the White Peli
can hotel m their way to Crater lake.
They were Mr. and Mr, frank A.
Hlngcr and Adolph Singer of 8t.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). F.ilrcblld and
daughter nro spending two days In
Klamath Falls on their way to Cra
ter lake from Yrela. Falrchlld Is one
of tho prominent attorneys In the
California town, and is welt-known In
Mr, and Mrs. C. II, Angovlno nro
hero visiting; Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Klough from their homo in Patas
kala, Ohio, Thoy are making a tour
of the Pacific coast and rarao to
Klamath Falls' from tho Ycllowstouo
National, park. Augcvloo is Mrs.
Hlougu'a brother. ,
Modern drag stores cKrry many
aldo lines and sundry Items. "Try tho
drug store first," Currlns For Drugs.
A laxy liver can't remain Inactho
It ou uso Cnrrlns Liver Turners,'
Currlns Far Drugs. 26
$4,000,000 Concern Formed
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POKTLANI), July 2C Coiisollda-
t lion of three timber owning corpora
tions controlling approximately
1,000,000,000,000 feet In Clatsop
county wus nimounrcd hero today.
Tho Western Co-operUhf company
nnnounccd that to facilitate logging
operations It lud merged lit holdings
with Wrlght-Illodgett company, lim
ited, and tho Merrill company. Tho
consolidation Is to bo known ns tho
Tidewater Timber company. Tlio As
toria Southern railway Is Included In
Tho capital of tho new concern Is
.MODKSTO, July 26. Chelf of lo-
lieu I.eo K. Smith has discovered a
new use for mootiMhlno nnd Jackass
brandy. Around tho city prison Is
considerable bras work and each
morning a little of tho tlory liquor
placed on n rag1 prove a wonderful
polish, Tho liquor Is also used to
polish tho plated parts of tho depart
Currlns soil ' furniture polishes.
Currlns For Drug. , 20
DIAIIV OF tlAMMl.tl VICTIM
TAILS TO MICTION I'llll.MI'tt
elrcumntnntlal evidence, Photograph
ic evidence of tho murder and exhib
its of urtlclcn found on tho scene will
nlso bo UHcd,
Tho confoH-ilon of Armour I,, Phil
lips, huxbund tit the nuiwod woman,
eannot bo used or mentioned tit tho
trial. It vvuH Indicated, bec.iuno of
tho law preventing n husband from
ioAtlfjIiiK ai;nlnt his wife,
l'latiB of tho dofousu vvero morn
tibikutro nnd thoru was u repot I cur
rent tluif. Mra, Phillips hud asked for
ii confereuto with tho public defend
er, ait office which first received
piouiluotun by tho dofetiso of Mth,
I.ouIhh I'eoto lu uiiothor uedsutloual
minder trial hero.
Principals in Hammer Slaying
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STItKKT tOST aVKIl
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Birdie Oallagber, t, and her dolly
ante la Dublin afltr the trip from
Belfast. Me'a just one of the many
Belfast refugees who are Cocking
Fair, block 6, Ewauna Heights,
er company- providing for mo of
company poles for tho new fire
alarm sslem led to the flro com
mittee being-Instructed to. Investi
gate tho cot of erecting separate
poles. This was due to tho pro
visions of the contract whereby the
city would bo held liable for dam
ages cjuicd tn tho power compinys
equipment during Installation and
uso of the poles.
Stivct Crude Irfiweml
Chairman W. O. Smith of tho
street committee reported th it the
High street grade from Fifth to
Sixth Streets had been lowered
three feet on tho lower sldo and
two feet on the upper tide. The
side walk "grades wcro lowered one
foot on both sides ot the street.
Tho change resulted from n petition
of property owners affected, who
claimed that tbo formsr grade was
A. J. Ljle, to creel wooden porch,
Klamath General hospital; lloy K.
I Prairie, to build addition to res
idence on lots 5 and 6, block 37,
Nichols addition; Jcsslo S. Sal-
flcky, to build garago on lot 8,
Bed Blnff Controversy lUd
To Ilival Klamath's
Currlns soil all models of Ilruns-
nED BLUFF. Calif.. July 2. 'wick nhonogranbs on easy terms.
Bccauso It is claimed Tehama coun-i Currlns JoM)ru8s.
tv'a now 1200.000 cniirthoiim. Iimtl
completed here, was not built in SELL HIGHWAY BONDS
strict accordance with the desires ot
tho board of supervisors, a stubborn
controversy over necessary adjust
ments loom. beforo tbo structure
will be accepted and occupied by
tho county officers.
Pending settlement of the trouble
l Paid for ni.OOO.OOO
; Many lllU Opened
J'OHTI.AM). July 26. Tho high
way commission has awarded $1,
'000.000 ot h tii to road bonds at u
tbo county officers havo been In- premium to a Portland bond house.
Htructcd to temporarily Iioiiho thein-l Tho Clackamas bonds also brought
selves in quarters wherever they a premium. ' Numerous bids fur
can be found. A condition Is being, highway, projects . wcro opened,
created which bids fair to rival tho
famous conrlhoBso row in Klamath
Tho now modern rlean and up-to-date
drug slqru nearest tho post of
fice la Currlns. 26
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Most Powerful Picture
With an all star cast E. K. LINCOLN, W. Jan-
gon Butt, Walter Long, Margery Wilson, Eileen
Percy, Russell Timpson, Arthur Morrison, Edward
Coxen, Frank Tanning, Frank Brownlee, William
lainbridgc. Thia is Zane Grey's masterpiece.
'lice seen never forgotten.
Chairman Booth said little more
work woufd bo advertised this )car.
Catherine Calvert in
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Descending from tho V peak ot
the Krcuzebcrgo, n lofty mountsln
that towers above the upper Rhine
tn BwiUsrland, Is so difficult -that
climbers fatten ropes to roclis to
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scarcely could havo record.! her ac
tivities so completely from day to day
and mado no reference ttk him,
Fred Trcmnlno, father of tho slain
girl, was quite willing that tho auth
orities should read tho diary and
satisfy themselves that there was
nothing to bo gained by making any
part of It public, and that It could
throw no light on thu murder or his
Friends ot tho slain girl declare
thai Mr. Meadows' life was such nn
open book it was Impossible that she
could havo devoted any tlmo to Phil
lips, or any other man, without that
fact becoming known. Tho diary
which was left, and which is now the
treasured possession of her father
and her sister. Miss (lonorn Tromalno
boar out that iissertlou. It was reported.
Wltncwift 1'nder Cuanl
With two of tho state's chief wit
nesses under tho constant protection
of nrmntl guards, Investigators today
were working on minor points In tho
case they will prexent, charging Mrs.
Phillips with planning nnd executing
tho appalling murder.
Mrs. Peggy Coffee, eye-witness,
was nt liberty with a woman deputy
as constant companion, and tho girl
clerk of n fivo-and ton rent store who
clnllus to have sold Mrs. Phillips tho
hammer uscifln the crime, was also
guarded, following a telephone call to
her late Saturday, threatening hor
The state, from present Indications
will depend .upon Mrs). Caf fee's story
of tho killing for Its attack, and will
seek to corroborate It by tho evidence
of a scoro of minor witnesses, who
will seek to support tho story with
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Xanii (liny's Hlorli'M differ null
cully fiiim what used to bo eiilled
"wild west stories." Tho so-nilled
"wild wimt story" never attempted
lo rIvu n llfo-llko pnrtriijal nt Ilia
great wcht nnd Us IremendtMis
.MtniKRleii In Iho mlvaiiilnt; of our
rlvlllsulloti, The (heap form nf
"western"! sluty telted upon die
obvious and often upon the least
nltradlvo features of the life that
pulsated along Din frontiers At
hod this rnirl of roiiiaiirliig was
giolesiu, nfferliut carliature.i In
pluro of the truu ii'itiililauio, Keo
alio (Ire)'s Desert Hold nt Iho
Htrand tnnlKhl. , '
rreekle-fared Wosley Harry, tlin
lulmllnblii movie iclebrlt), will
grniu the s reen of tho l.lbeity
Ihe'ilio today and tomorrow In lilii
latest slurring vchlele, "H liuul
P.ijk," iiiiuln from t tin litis IM
wurds classic of tho sumo name
llrlefjy, tho story renters around
a small town boy who loves the old
swlmmln' hole uml his dog, Hippy,
better than apylhlng eLsn In Iho
world. He rrirets u wealth)- iitirlu
who sends til in east tn get nn tiln
cation. lleriHltci meets many oiiiik
sters of wealthy parents, and ho
finds himself out of tho soelul swim.
Ho Is beset my many trials and
tribulations, nnd finally ho goes
hack homo to his faltliful iloK and
hW lllllo renin try sweetheart via tho
freight train loulo.
Mrs.Oarn rbllllpa Crlght) Is chnrgcl with the murder of Mrs. Albert
Ateadows, who wss hammered to death. The testimony of Mrs. Peagy
cffM Ocfll led to her Indictment. ThU photograph was taken When
they werechums in "Follies" chorus In a Los Angeles show several
"Our Loading Cltlten," Paramount
picture, written direct for tho
screen by (leorgn Ado, w tilth was
scheduled for Inst night lit Tho Hlnr
but which failed tu arrive lu lime,
will bo shown this nvenlug
"Our Lending CllUen" Is n ihar
ni'ti'rlstlc Ado stor), full of geiiuliio
I humor nnd fi-ellng, unit nn Ideal ve-
, hlrlo for "Tim tlnod I.lick Ular "
I Tho eust Includeii Thomas .Melgh-
nn, l.nls Wilson, TlKiodorn llnberls,
City Oliver, Clias Oslo and l.'thel
This latest Paramount picture will
be shown nt Thn Hlnr tonight
Currlns' Knietlnn Tooth nisto Is
good for spongy blooding gums lu
gunrnnteed too, Currlns For Drugs
A few hints to the housewife that are timely. While in 'Frisco I picked
up some wonderful bargains, and am going to pass them on to you
Sauce Pans, Set of Three !....
Preserving Kettles, Family Size
Pudding Pans, Set of Three
Double Boilers t..
Colanders ...'. .7.
Rugs, floor covering, case goods and
numerous other articles at 'the latest "
, , prices and in the latest colors
WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Perkin's Furniture House
127 SOUTJH 6TH. ST. "FURNISHER OF HAPPY HOMES" KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
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