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- THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
iiii'Iisiiav, oi umr.u a, iaadt
Tl Evening Herald
j , Personal Mention j
ftkliaka4 daiir itcapt Suar. at
TM UinU Ihlhlllhln ronmntr nf
MMpi IfaJta, at 111 Eight stroat.
Mitral at tba poitotflca at Klaa
at nm. on.,, ror traaasaisaiojr
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ba,n thin office io; later than 3
phi. on tho day pracodlng publics
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he recalyed .up to 2 noon on tho
dar of Issue.
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TliVRADAY, OCTOBER 96, 1033
Jnmei Cousin1 una n county mut
visitor from his rnncli In t ho t.tllo
south of town esten!ay.
T. Ij. Snook, jttstloo of tho peace nt
Chllonuln, la In town today nltoiul
Iiik to matters of business.
ESTIPYiINO In a court of ro
l cord, ,undtr olllt, W. K. Town
r tad,, one time member cf the Indus-
trfaK Workers of the World and
liattjeaaot of BUI Hay ward, lu tugl
tin president, declared he was a
party to a conspiracy to cripple the
United States army during the r,
by feeding solilcrs bad meat.
Tba witness said be waa one of
tpO I, V W, members cmplocd In
Chicago packing plant. It nai
part of tbclr task to test tho canned i
meat before packing. Instead of I
condemning baj cans tho I. W. W.
Inspectors passed them.
"Let, them poison Uncle Sam's
damned gunners," Tonnscml testi
fied ho and bla comrades raid.
Nails were drlrea through tho
bosea where, they would plcrco tbo
cans, the witness aald.
Later at Haywood's request he
Joined the marines, ono of a corps
of I. AVV W assigned to spread pro
paganda among tho nation's fighting
forcr. He confesred that ho was
Clarence tlopolaml. an cx-soldler.
Is hcrq from Uosotiurg looking otcri
tho Tulo lako land,
C. II. Wlthrow left this mornlnr
for llocky Point where he will spend I
several dns getting his .camp In
shapo for tho winter months
T. N. Cunningham of 1'lno Oroe
passed through hero yesterday on
his way to Duck lake whero ho will
round up his rattlo on that range.
Goorc Sircnson .i irpanled by
II. E. Calkins left early this morn
ing for Medford and Ashland on a
business trip of soeral days.
Pat Montgomery, former Klamath
High school student, has made the
freshman football team at O A C ,
according to worJ recelxed hero
Alfred Castcll, a young buslncM ,
man of Fort Klamath, and ono time
resident of Klamath Falls, was In
town esterday and reports that he
is tho proud father of a son, born '
"As usual I won't bo able to see '
tbo deer for dust," walled Hill Hour-'
ton. this morning Jus: before he
started with llob Hunsal.er for the!
country senthwest of here on n
three-days' hunt. ' i
SCHOOL BILL SPEAKER
1. 'Illusion to
t'lilliiiiln 'I lilt
I II (1 'I Illusion, reuoiiil field w
J i n lot v iff (ho itftwiili m Aihi'ii-
tlilit, who Oinftol llio Ailwmtlst ur
Rinneni ii.m.mm tlio compulsory
school bill, will Bj'cnk toiilglit nt
ChlloQiilu, In regaul to tl.o monntim
This Is tho apenkor'a second til't.
intn Klamath county. Iln mndo suv
1 1 ml i poeebri nt various points lit llio
e.HMt iirl'or In tho month,
'Mils It .Vl.uiit n I'otil, Too
(Iwuor l'o dihoti my Ford ox
iarMv ua.lMS iiiIIch or loiisldeiiiblv
I'.- Hum I (Hi. linn iiiIU'h mid It's!
slii uiiii'. kIi;ih of wear 'I lie wind-.
shlold a ittrtx . tho brakes aii lmio
ami the I Ires nroaiy. tloes II ciiiiio
under the j.iinranleo'' ' '
Dealer ' nii win Drlo her In
ii"d .i II give iiii n new ono
P ' An' you ii Ford owner"' j
Tonight At The Liberty
Lint Sluu Inu of
"Ten Nights in a Barroom
I li-il Kltinmlli rnlN HI"- ''' "'"'" "'""
p.ituiis huh ilrmiui-diiitetl liil nlglil, Imm ""'
lltlli' (IkiiIio wimiIiI not iiccoiiiniiMlali' nil mil'
liatnuii. In iiiii opinion, IbN l"9r nioHmi
p, Hue ll unit llio iiniiKit of liiinmn I'liuiHons
mill (iiutiiliiH Men el nt llial iimket for llio
prrTit iIiiiiiiii. A uoiideifiil pliluio ill iigiilnr
to.MiNt! "i 'i tit: nami: tr iiii: law"
tt'VnD In n mawmm Q1tn CahIa rrt-M IP ?hh pSHsltnA t kasaI
tft ilka 4 i tlltU k.'J t k.iWtlll VIHV.t 4 kMUl A MltVIV lit HVItVi
in for music und :.ov sho'a called dllfornla's ntnhtlnnato not Vccauoo
of cornet pUylae tut Lcausc cf her cxiulsito cnprar.o oIcc. ,
KEMAL WITH DREAM
OF REVIVED TURKEY
NEW METHODS FOR.
DISCOVERED BY U. S.
(Continued from Page 1)
Kill j on Marshall, tho short story I
writer, aud a rarty of friends arrlv-'
cd hero last oealng from Medford
WASllINtrrON, 1) ( M i;
she struck up an aciiualnlniico wlinjln order to romparo tho areate mid
a mo'.lo operate r. w-ho was nlv an, dirt eonteuts of arlot.s wools ami
aeronaut and ono fine morulng hitn't" lmpro .wools in thes r-sports.
sailed aw.iy abote tho x.hlto sliltiiiis ( the (' H. dcparlmeut of agriculture
and left early this morning on a ! minarets of tho Turkish capita! and I ha devised a new method or do-
deer hunting' trip. Others In the ' landed s.iteh in Asia Mltur. 'greasing mid w.isIiIiik the dirt from
party wero Corning Kcnly. I)r Sal- Legend No. Three Tho nllles samples. In the ionise of this work
ade, John Tomlln, and T K. Daniels. wanted to kcni her In Constanti- it was found that samples fun the,
' ) nople. but ono moonlit night sho was. io of tho fleoie urn btt for tho
m. i M .C? '"urn ,C ,X "''l '-1""'9 '" l'M-!.orus to tho1. purpose as the c. .tents of dirt ami
Mr. and Mrs James Hilton, of the Aslanl(. gorCi uhPM fche JS ,, y 1-. , U roU
nmrriago yesterday of their sen. Nat,im!,M8 v ,, phoIci her past llio oi to tho nxerage for tho entire
Tomorrow and Saturday
At the SIGN of
Will be Trunk Days at
Sugarman's No Profit Sale
t.-.l m. ... - lt ffl..
r.,, iu aa wivrn Biri. llio joilllB L-n.i,.h .i,,,,. -,, ,,. ,r,.
couplo will leave ImmeJIatcly fori 'lu Ken.i.lN tv,l,let
iviaiuatii rant, expecting to arrlo
hero this week from OaklinJ, Call-
tiho soon pln)od a IcadliiR rote nt
K. Ill.lt h imiiIIdI. At .i Ttlrtfluli n.
irruia. t. uiingcr ot.. -nui. was ,.... ,.,. ,..,, ,,.-.,.,,, ,..
ttltA.1 .. tl- ft.t.. .1 'PI....I ,
alsd .party to an act lo conspiracy to '""". - ." "-" Ish
blow, u? the railroads. 0I ,ms ":y "'.""
,Thls la but part, of tho testimony, ;
but It is caough to condemn the
I. Y. W. organization,
'In answer to tbls arraignment tho
4 L W. V. proDagandlsln will doubt
I leas, say that Towntena testifies un-
i trutcraiiy, ror tne.wage mat is in it,
sad that If be commlttced any of the
seta Jbo, describes bo did so with-
cat authority of the organization. ,
'The leopard Is seeking to change
Its spots.. The old policy of direct i
In tho method for it. lerminlng
grease, fin now used by tho depirt
input, tho siiiiplei urn wisltiil three
fork- times with natollne. . Iiiih is drained
U'il and urged other Turkish off tliroiiKli a filter uanor that re-
women to do so. 'as tho niithir of n nlsto all foreign matter. It has been
..nine! which attnrked m my of the mind hit this ' reatnuit Icaws
ulls of the larem ostcni. as oni',onlyOlT per rent of grots')- in Ham
f who nursed wounded Turks In t.plto boulllet wool and only 0 is per cent
of Mi hanmitdaii teachings, she tap- In wtnl of tho crossbred sheen used
IN JUSTICE COURTI1"'0'1 thtJ funt'' "r tIIL, ;" end ' Ulrt Is taken nut of the samples
. ! taught thorn to read and rite. ., by washing with roap and water.
, Slu became the champion of thoJTho wool Is cleaned well if tho water
Defendant Thinks. Too Much Ado U I non' wman mnement in Islam, say- Ir ct a temperature between HI anj
Being Mode 0er. .Simply i",K '""bout emancipated women, i t.'. degrees centlgrado, which Is not
We carry the Hartmann Neverbreajc and Mult
nomah trunks in many styles and" sizes. These are,
high grade, quality articles and they are specially
LANDS MEX. WOMAN
j Turkey will nover becomo reunited. " , hot cnoughl to felt the wool
! It'jcecnizlni: her nowers. Kemal HmsuIih olitnliuvl In- i,.iin. v.iri.
Thp "imni irinnM" f,.,t-,.. i,.t.l Uro(" n" "cords by making lii r mln-, oun ramples of wool for greaae mid
. ... 1.L. - . i-i l ...- ......nlu w I. .-!.... 1.. t.f St . .-.. l .. ...is ......
n,n vm n.u. wera, rn'risa. onu C(l l.oulsa Illanrn In Ihn t.nltrn r.mri
Three steamer trunks,
canvas lined, very good
value for tlie low price
wnicn we make, J4 and
36 inch sizes,
to close . .
(Uad. Now a 'more Insidious cam-1
paJgnbaa been started, and Its pro-'
rao(cra, are seeking to keep within
uu--psM, of tn law.
The.past history of the I. ft', ft. Is
acajuit them. That their pclley ot
dftotruction by violence has been
changed to destruction by undermin
ing. Uie. foundations of American gov
rrsment. Is nothing In their favor,
crcn, It could lie established as true
Ister of olucatlon iu hla first t'.ililn-
ct. As ,t cabinet minister nlie Ins
1 gono far beyond supervising edii
j ration, .'ifco has beet thmiosi triut-it-1
.' Kerr&i'o .nil lor
chargr-1 with assault with a danger
ous wecpon on the person of Allco
Llcnn. Sho wahed hearlnc and w-aa
bound ocr to tho grand Jury and
her ball fixed at M.GOO, In lieu of I . , ,
which Khp was committed to tho cus- ,,1", Crl'n"
..Jy of Costablo Morley, who made so
dirt will bo used in planning tho
'iintlm: of iihccp In an attempt to
Inproie Hio fleeiu lu thtsc respects
Mlt WILLIAM MOKOAN of San
Francisco, piano tuner, Is innklng
bis headiiuartcrs for a few days with
i ho Karl Shepherd Co 7-tf
! r a
the nrrcfcl aad preferred tho charges.,--
I'romntc.1 by a lealous rac re- 1
milting fron- thectteutloni.palJ Low
Is Ah eric Louisa Dlancn on tho
night of Octobor 18 opened firo on
her allennd rival with a revolver, ac
cording tr the officers. Sho missed
her "mark but Jeius Cudlel. a by
stander, wan shit In tho leg All
tlircu are Mexicans.
"Why All This 1'iiv,"
yhoa,tho political Ht boils come-, Just wLy 'all this fuss" was b-
oogcts Into hot water. Ing mado oer,a "llttlo slyiotltiK af
" ... , , , , ., fa!r" was beyond the understanding
Abonaros3WllhbutuslnBloidealof , ,,efcudaat. according to He
SQts men be, I. going ho hasn't itcn , riU.. WMrJc, Atorne Ws A w,H1(t
much ,cn tbo trip. j ,n Maxco ,,, ,o Wctt hm u
,AaicU-u, sets rich pn Hut nul.,ma" Bas kl"ntl '' " merolydrag.
nnce'B looks. S0(1 "ut 'n, " "Id well where hlr
iprrxeuce would net becomo ti of fun
."T.jKvtt. Loiifs woman wltlslvo ns tho sun mountej. nulla no
Ano illvorcescould be arrested for?.utnnoa nt all was paid to ono who
Impersonating a movie star. J was merely wounded. Tho unfortu.
Our anchors llud In trees aniU!""0 ",!,ply ,u",r;,, n 1U,Iu ylacAr
Uju'Wragq man of today Is up a ,n ' vouna on'1 Ict ll al
IreJfmoJrof thq iinu j possibly awaiting an opp .-tunlty to
''" " ' 'pay eff tho score In his own way
Thr-ro ure countless tollgatcs along I That this was not Mexico was In
the road to buccmb. jfotmallou of no apparent Impoitancc
1..L ' . ... I to Louisa lilanco,
..-WJiCJa womsn throws bertult ut m
..mahpWy- minus, H.m. I spRINQ
Delpbos (Kas.) teacher has ill ,, , ,,
aelumlhut nn iiunii.. Ttit. Bl. n. Mr- Bl,u r- Win. Clieynu woro
r , , .., . ,.. . , ..,..,. .t ....
j.ij visiiura aiunui , ,
Thoro will bo ii box i.ocl.il mill eii-
jthact;Jomr but girls often play oni)',u,i""",l'u ,u ,,,u ",r,n': ,",K0
(for JM.M to yoars r I '"ol uo Tncnday night, Oct. 31.
"a.' . , i Mrs. K. A. Sthrclnor has roturnod
' sysjwMpjBBnswaaaaajaaaMsjMMsjBBMM w
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y boy, Is as It should be
j .r'lor,lm,maa lapiiml n fish nfler
i?r-t 't " - i
H ryvf "
homo artcr nn oxtcndeil visit with
her daughter, Mrs. (Jcorgo Kulloy,
of Vaniouier, Wash,
Waor KtouarL who bus be.on suf
fering with rheumatism for nunc
tloiu, Jh much lmprued,
. Alfrol Dol'uy la hauling grain for
,Mr, Cajrlsonj ,.
Follow" This Guide to Value.
Look .for .the QUEEN QUALITY trade mark as
an'auurance'of stylea forecast of fit and. a, certainty
of, 'value;. Whatever your requirement may be as
to'ityle-or purpose, triere.ua QUEEN QUALITY',
choc, that' will please you..
Ad' Black Oxford ,
of SHOE-SOAP Kid.
Ast)Ia for everydsy wear, uih
usually good looking, thor-)
ting and renurkably long wear-,
ing.. Made of finest SHOE
jSOAP kid a leather noted
trunk, open top, safe lock,
shoe tray, laundry bag,
complete in every detail,
Regular $67.50 at No
Profit dgl QC
Sale . , $Dt.Ot
ized wardrobe trunk. Five
ply with all trays and
clothes hangers. Trays
protected by Wise lock.
This is a regular $50
trunk, offered at the No
23?.. . $36.85
a square 36 inch trunk,
lined and fitted with' tray,
very well made and metal
trimmed. Special price
for this dQ QC
sale . . . M5.QD
Neverbreak, shoe pock
ets, laundry bag open' top,
extra reinforced. AiVat.
tractive'and strong trunk
at $50, No d Q C " QC
Profit Sale $30OD
it . v
Two steamer wardrobe
trunks, 5 drawers and. six
hangers. This is a high
' grade trunk, one that will
' last over many miles , of
travel. Lifted regularly
' it f ., n. ' m . , "
t ., There is.no demand for trunk, suitcase or other.
. " . -.. '. ' " h
a hand baggage that we cannot till, but tomorrow or
oaiuraay is ine ume 10 supply yourseir m tnis line, as,
what we offer will be at genuine No Profit Sale prices'
Every Trunk in the House Reduced
"1 Ain Mad at Nobody"
. II .. iTT "
Bea ?! E I i i eWr
Don't fall to read the Hurftlti CUaaif ied Ada.
C. K. BRANDENBURG
for Police Judge
Election Nov. 7, 1922
Hold i:tluscl- lly, ,
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