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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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iTi:Hn.v, Afdi'sr 2i, ifnia,
Scored for America
itr.roitTs tsooo uksci.ts
MIm tcCcimlicr I ha homo demon
titration agent, has been liotdtni;)
mi-ctlnr; ilrttly throiiRtiout ilu
rutin!) . mill rciiorls n cry rouiI
nonRO attendance. Tito women tire I
making tt bis effort to not out 5o i
the mooting. I
Mli McCoiuu announce) life f.i-1
jlowliiK Hchoilulrt fr yo!loiitn'r: I
i lllldcbrnnd nuil Dairy. Scjit. 2,
5. IS; Tt. Klamath, !t; lVo Vnlto) ;
Jit. t..ikl. C; Ottlte 1. tn. '
.Mlfs JlcCotub has n few day
whlclt may bo Kten to nomo com
nmitliy not already planned for if
,tlio omeit at that community na
for thorn. Womon w ho aro IntereMot
should c.tll to two or tvrlto to Mln
. McCotuli at tho County Agents of
fice as soon ni pi'tsltito.
.uni.vrs win; in Titerin.i:
(Conllnuitt on Paso 6)
Here'. Nancy Vorhrts. hUh Jumper on the tcan of clrls which rr pre-!
cntcd America In tho Olympic cames nt rartj. practwns Wttrnj reioro,
th" conteit. Jn the Olympic the tied tor first Ult MU Carrlo Halt ctf
Iceland. lta a mark of MS meters.
'SEEKS FINANCIAL AID
H-iltallmi Arniy lit Stuge Drlte In
founty to ltuUp 92,.1.M
MKrnesl Ii. fi rates, field repr'OAcntu
live for tho Salvation Army, Is hero
to cpndttct a campaign tor tho pur-
lllte: Hint Mr. WuUiflold ntnto.1
that diu wa-vlu Ioo Itli tho plain
tiff's lnt'li.tnil mul Hint Mio had
mused him to como to her anil that
ho had prevailed upon him to rIo
up tils poslUon In Oakland ?o Hint
ho might bo with her In Marin
reunly: that Mr. Wakefield offered
the plaintiff J 1 00 n month for the
rent of her natural Ufa to gie tip
and divorce her huband."
Mrs. Kendrlck stated that she re-
. fured the proposition nnd returned
; Alimony Claim Against
War Veteran's Estate
SANTA IIOSA, Cul.. Aug. 2?. A
claim has been filed In the superior
I court of Xapa county ngalntt the $",-
ihuu csiaic oi juim iwii'.nif. hiumii.m uaKiaiid. ana tnni ies tiinn a
war veteran, who died at the Yount-jmonth afterward Jlrn. Wakefield I
plllo snldlcra' home JIurch 2t. fr . Kontlrlclc. nnd the divorce action1
ir.,....b. rcprcacniing uapaut , trip to the Sierra Nevada mounlalin .
mony and Interest claimed by Uulna ,,, ,. ..... ,, .. n , I
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pnso of imttlns tho lo;aI branch ot
Ijio-Snhatlon Army on a sound fin
ancial uasis tor tr.c canutiK year. i ,, . w . .. ... , i,. i
i M. Crasln of i-ii)ette, Iowa, his Tilfe,
d Ho has been granted permission by , Ivorcotl since ISSt.
the chimjier of commcrco to solicit, jiM- Cragln. the claim reads, oh-
funds and tomorrow, accompanied by taInC(1 an nllmony Judgment of S.-
sjvoral business men. will start afooo against Illioades. Ho paid $3.-
campalsn here. j 015.73 and left n unpaid balance
4f Aittordltig to statements of the I of nearly 54000. The difference bc-
Salratlon Army representatives, twen the claim and tho original al-
heretofore the Salvation Army has i anco represents Interest.
bcn supported by tho pronilsriious! A second claim tiled by NolHc A.
aollcltatlon of funds by Its workers Valker for $1,130 reprcscnti tho
and collections from pool rooms mid J principal and Interest on S443 wM-h
cafes by means of tho tambourine I she says sho loaned him In 1STT.
This method consumed n great deall
of time and energy on the part of thcjuooTI.KGGintS GIVK.V SIX VKAIIS
Jff leers. Many ot thcto officers Iiacj
received nn Intensive course of train
lag at tho dlfforcnt training school!
of tho Salvation army and arc there
by qualified for n greater worfc.
?For tho part four years. In conn
Ife.i whern the Salvation Army Is
"working. It hns been customary to
conduct ono financial campaign n
year, and In this campaign, provided
for Ihu needs of tho local work for
tho ensuing car,
In submitting tho
(Continued from rage 1)
upon then If they won't."
Anderson says New York stato al
ready has 230,000 members of tho
Allied CIcitlzrns of America, nnd the
enrollment campaign Is Just begin
When the light U turned on all
decent peoplo will como In," ho said.
"There ro prominent, .hanker, law-
hudKot for tho work of tho Salvation i j-era. manufacturers. nmLjsvcn a fc'
Army for Hlamatli county for thn! prenchcrs. who by opposing prohlbl-
couilng year, Graves has set tho sunr' ttoa have placed thumsches In tho
of $2300 us being rcqulsito and nocJ catagory with frowsy whiskered an
essary for tho work that tho officers! archUts. When they sco that through
will bo called upon to do from time. Ignorance or prejudice they havo Un
to time. Thoro is at tho present time cd up with tho 'criminals they will
tho Whlto Shield Home In tho city of) como In nut of tho wet."
rortlnnd, whore during the last year1
thoy hau rqceivcil l'.' girls, nevral m
Ihexo glrln liming gono thero from
from August 7 to August 20.
The suits were filed by Frank
Carr. attorney, representing .Mrs.
Kcndrctk, nnd tho divorce action '
was assigned to Judge Klnsell, to .
be called for bearing the coming '
"Mrs Kendrlck asks I00 a month i
alimony front Kendrlck. who, she'
said, l a capable newspaper nrtlst
and was making J30 a week on nn '
Oakland newspaper nt tho tlmo 'ie 1
quit .and Joined Jlrs. Wakefield In
Sausallto. Ily a rolncidcnc, the
amount' of alimony lie asked Is
Identical with thoTaniount she .sild
Jlrs. Wakefield offered her for Ken
s.yrfm.v, ki:it. a, itaa
Un Joint i:.iturrr iir, .-. jnir!
Fjv,i nt .Merrill I
10 Head MltJi Cows; 1 Calf
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SOL, DEWEY, JR.
ONLY ONE WEEK MORE BEFORE
SCHOOL DAYS BEGIN
Only one week more and the children will be skipping down tho street,
on their way to school. How glad and how much hnppicr they would bo to
meet their chums all dressed up because ono of flic first thinfjs they will do in
compare dresses, looc, shoes, ribbons, and talk about the past summer vacation.
DRESS SUITS FOR THE LITTLE FELLOW
Just unpacked a shipment of niiLs and coats
for tho little follow of from 2 to 7. Among those'
are. Serges, Tweeds, Cashmeres, Corduroy etc.
How nice are, those little sailor suitti with the
pants buttoning on the waist and emblem .sewed
on the right sleeves. These suits are priced very
reasonable and will sell fast. See them in the
$3.95 l0 $6.95
CIIILDS AND MISSES DRESSES
Dozens of gingham dresses for the Child or
Miss to choose from. Checks and plaids, also a
few in plain colors. Some have pockets and bolt
ed all-round trimmed with ginghams of eontnti'l
iiVg combinations of colors.
All thesis drosses are of good quality and
very suitable for school wear. Sizes to M, priced
$1.25 '" $2.50
One of the fin
est quality garters
made. Various siz
6s. . .25c and 30c
F a n c y bo n e
mounted with var
ious stones or met
al barrcttes for tho
girl with bobbed
hair ... 10c
Of course tho
school girl needs so
m a n y handker
chiefs because they
get lost so easily.
Dainty little hand
kerchiefs with hem
stitched edges at
10c and up.
For full value
and a good service
buy Gordon Econ
omy hose. Boys and
girls medium rib
bed hose of good
quality. Very ser
viceable for school
use. JHack and
brown in all size.
and white hose for
the school children
that you need not
worry about. Splic
ed heel and toe
which insures bet
ter service. All six
es, above- 9 are Jl5.
ticket hose. One of
our very best sell
ers in all sizes.
Spliced heel and
toe that will give
the most wear pos
sible. Fine ribbed
in black and brown.
Sizes above 9 arc
All girls do not
need hair ribbons
became some of
thorn have bobbed
hair. For those that
do though wo havo
selected two groups
of various widths
and patterns. Some
of these have been
reduced from one
fourth to one-third
just to make up a
25c Im" 35c
New Fall Goods Arriving Daily
j The It. C. U. store with the purchasing power of
- a 1000 stores which means better merchandise
for less to you. .
NEW FALL GOODS
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uis for'B uw. '.it Jiimmm
, , , , , . r ill " '
ment in this
section of the
State. Every thine
5 you need for the
Hoojcic.lt hjghwny from AMoria '
In Newport lo ho coiniilolr-i within '
nexf jeur. '
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lloardman l.oiinii Oil Develop-'
iiicnl uimptiny Inriiied uth r.ilta!I-
iitlim of 7r.0()U.
"TJin UalltK Culistnicllon nnj
$100,000 He treating plant to start.
Corvnllls Work of paving Fourth !
Htrcot resumed. I
Cut Flowers Plants
Iuon0 GS0 831 .Main St.
TONIGHT AT THE
ONE PRICE TO ALL .
They say jt cannot bedone for 10c I say it can.
Let's show them tonight.
10c ADMISSION 10c
The picture sensation of . the year
Lois Wilson and Beatriz Michelena in
"What Becomes of
A drama of rural life and adventures of school days.
The picture every mother and father should see also
A GOOD COMEDY "
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Wednesday Zane Grey's beautiful picture
ON THE WAY TO SCHOOL
TUESDAY MORNING, September 5th, school
opens, and boys from all parts of town, and1 "
country will be on their way to join their-com-panions
in the school room.
WHAT WILL YOUR BOY wear to school? Now is the time
to decide. Let us show you and the boy some of the
school clothes we have to meet his needs.
EVERY THING needed if here. From cap down to shoet; from warm winter
underclothes outward to heavy Oregon City all-wool Mackinaws, we have all
that the boy wants. See our two-knicker suits and our Bradley sweaters.
High-cut shoes that stand the rough schoolboy life are to be had
here. Caps, just what the boys are wearing, are here, too. Re
member, the boys like to be in style, too.
Mninrnn nr Tiir muni n
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Two Show 6:30 and 8:30
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"