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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1922)
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700 Homes for Beggars to Draw 200 Delegates
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rookn, n loinl phllnnthroplM has of- Hi. in 200 doleRiitc from nil sections
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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itiiellm: Is planned for lul.i nl,-M
pud ii li.i'i wet for Mtiml.iv
ferocl tin' i;i)vir!iinoiil n tnut of lit n tl
InUCyiinhu on wlilfh lio proposes to
lililld tintnri for 700 rnrinor Iior
Knrw, whom tin has rescued from tho
street of Toklo mill other cities of
J ((pan. Mnr(io)(n has diio;ed h.s
Jlfo t) restoring hORRjtrs to rolf-tos
prctltiR unit Industrious e.tlr:ts ntul
htii deslro tc four 1 n colony where
thoy, can tpend Ihrlr ducliiilfn years.
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Advertising pnjf. Try It unri s
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K'ro to nltond tlio nntloniil comon
tlo'i of (ho Mlir.ichl Zionist orgnnl
ration, which open lrld.i. Nov IT
and continues flu dnji.
Tho Mlwrnchl. which l lln or ' ''
ttsoiUi mIiik of tho world Zionist j T!im H ',,,nl r "'""nUmi ''
ornnnltntloii. Includes ns n ionsftii-1 ,,,rin ' "T,, N"-Il,!" " " "irrooin".
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tlit..o ralibls 1'oIIowIhb in. tpm- ,,,,arl T,,m', ehM '" 'o mot Ion
Inn of the convention spo-inl rorvtcos l,l,,r fluid: It In found to lo moro
will ho hold Snttiri'M n ., . .(In.- ' "" moro 'I""1'11" t Intoroil tho
- 1 American pooplo In costly spectacles
I on tho rcreen Tho rarai nothlliR,
Intended to Meet the Most Artistic and Discriminating Desires '
of Women interested in Dresses
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Boys' hi-Tcp. T'vo Buckle Chrome Tan Stock,
Boys' Chippewa hi Shoes, Double Buckles,
Oil Tan Stock
Now is the time to outfit the Boy in strong,
durable shoes before the heavy
Houston & Jester
515 Main Street
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U i.f ono miU'on dollars What tho
people w tut aro ho.u t Interest siorloK
of which 'Ton NlKhts in a liar
n mi Is n f.ivornlilo tpo l.lko nil
15rf.it mirroiiM, tho thomo In xory
I slm,lo and oatlly iinilornteod: there
1 U SioUiliiR oliiruro or complex about
It. a wealthy jotinc man rocs uroac
I tioplocta hit wlfo r.ml child, tho
child tr k'llol In 11 quarrol, tho
v,.inR maa repents, become a do
cent member of tho roi.tniunlty ami
with his jeutir: wife roR.tlnt his lot
hapr'nes. all due to tho spiritual
Infltit nco of tt-e dead child
TliU is the story, rot in macnltl
contly spt'ctarifar stirroumllncs.
well photopraphed and directed and
superbly ac'ed by John l.ouoll, llaby
Ivy Ward and n strotiR rait.
Tho p'cturo will ho shown at tho
Liberty Theatre tcnlsht.
Apalnsl the innnototw ncenerv of
1 the Arizona wild plaeci . 1 vx;ltliiR
stiir of cowboy life Is pi urlzcil 3'i
' Tin Ar'o:in Cat Claw' stirrl'u:
ih'ljtlic .StorlliiR. wh!rh will li teen
fnt tho Htrand thoitro tonlsh This
pU'ori' U .1 classic of 1:1 tp .it d
. I1.11 .or (tn leading chartc'or 11 iri
cal wcttcri R.rl who tlirotisli boltiR
lhrii.ht up amoiR tho .'a'tioui 1 of
,t.' jlalns Is more m.iwulln.t tl-a-t
1 fcPi'ti nc
I Id rrom KupRh s it -i throiiRhlv
wc.i.'in Rlrl, accttjtoiuod to spindlnR
nit !ir time on horse'i ii a a "on
men She Is a typo of Rlrl that litis
moru man In her than wom.ri and
uho is arcustomr-J to vlcwlns things
front a man's viewpoint rather than
In woman's. AcconllnRly she t.vstu
border ruffians with rcant nioriy,
naj has but little aytnpath) for tlioc
weaker than herself
MAIIONUV At Uouania.
:.', 1923, to .Mr and Mrs. Joe Ma
What would it mean to you to bu takon to tho
shops of largo cities', as Now York, Paris, San
v Francifco or others who eater to nothing but the
latest and newest in Ueady-to-Wear apparel?
Save for the vast expensive and luxurious fixtures
vou have that same privilege right here in Klam
4 ath Falls.
We do not exaggerate in the least when we
say in the past ten day. we have received more
than 50 new dresses which have never been
shown here before. Dresses like the Marion,
Peggy Page, American Lady are advertised and
recognized nationally as those which lead in
Style, Originality, Quality, Practicability as well
as being conservative in price.
Manufacturers in tho east are amazed at the
".class of dresses we aro selling in Klamath Kails
stating our orders are comparable to those of the
'large eastern cities only. In every instance special
care is taken in the selection of these gaiments
that we may continue to give our customers styles
and creations as they appear on the market.
The reason for all these new and stylish
drooses is obvious. We believe the women of
Klamath Falls want this grade of merchandise
and as we are here to serve, it is our duty to place
'before you dry goods and Keady-to-Wcar that
meets with your approval. In doing this we ac
complish much, for one thing it demonstrates the
policy of live wire merchandising whien prevails
throwjhouMhe entire store.
We want you to see these dresses, and trv
, them on and compare them in even- way. Ask
for thej. history of them and why thev are better
then if you don't say "Moo's for better Wearing
Apparel" a greater effort cannot be made.
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Just Received at K. K.
New Overcoats from Kuppenheimer's.
New Mackinaws from Patrick's
New Shoes from Nettleton's and Barry's
New Fall Hats from Knox
New lines of Leather Vests and Coats from
the best makers
See those fine Overcoats
we are offering at . . .
New Styles in Dux-Bak Waterproof Hunting and Outing' Clothes
New Location Corner Main and 7th Streets
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