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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Mm, liny Is visiting
llunncll this week.-
Mr, anil Mrs. Fred Stukel vvcro
vlsltnr In this district Sunday,
lltukol I looking nftor I). M. Mcl-o
Mrs. A. C. llunncll nnd Mrs. J. K. I
Kntnnn called on Miss Nora (.cert!
son Sunday attcrnonn. I
W. F. Wfomnn took dinner wlthi
Mr. nnd Mrs, Bam Kninnn Sunday. I
Mlis Florence DlllnrJ Is planning'
a box social nnd program Tor Nov. j
2Jal tlio sohoolhousc, to which!
everyone Is cordially invited, i
It. W hitman hauled lumber
from Mulln nil, week. '
AmonR the Klamath Falls lsltors
from Ioriu Pine Saturday ww Mm. i
A. C, llunnell, lolso nnd Je)co SIr
ford, Mr. nnd Mr. Klgcr nnd child
ren, A piles nnd Chester Knnian and
Miss Klorenco Dlllard.
Carl KlRcr hns recolvcd hts Pol-
Mr. Knmnn took n load of-turkeys I HtRh School Needs
lo mwn HAttirtiny.
A. C. llunncll went to Applegalo I
valley n few days ago.
1M Kotsdevor nnd (Jus Melluvse
went to Fort Klnmnth last Sunday
lo hunt ducks nnd geese.
W.m. Uhrman went lo Chlloquln
Inst Sunday on Imslncis,
AURUtist KruRcr went o Klamath
Palls Saturday to huy supplies.
John Hngclsteln went to Klamath
Fall Friday on tiuslnrM.
ttenrge KrutiM nnd llcniy Masters
camo down from Chllnquln to visit
their brothers, Blevo Master. nnd
Are Set Forth In
Record Made When ,
From Court Docket i
FARM NEED IS SEEN
.VthoitMlig nf I'iimIiiiIn Ih
INvnlliil to Snerrns
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(Continued from 1'iiro 1)
J 2 The
prod lie to1
llawkltn, et nl
small; It was hadty ventilated.; vorstts It. 1., Hirllng;
lnd ono small dreMlng room, and Thomas versus 1 Kvnns
ff ih,nr,i.f i..T.lri.. 8no t-o; UcorRo
If feThey nro planning on uUg tnchOMus Charles l)uBan; S I.lnderroth
samo hall ngaln this year, and the versus Oust Sodorlund; Hex Iten-
J plr'Y,!tlwl tujiutout two basket mir WMI Southern Pacific Cos
A bull teams, ns well ns tho boy, f ' ... . ,. . , . ,. ,, ,,.,
' the time con bo divided so than ',,' A- ." tM . ll",,"
both ran gel enough practice Iniluson, et nl; Credit Service Co
spite of the grout handicap, they
nre determined to turn out teams
that will mlonuately. represent
Mr. A Von KrnllnRon has tnken
up his otd occupation aRnln nnd Is
row able to fill nil orders for clean
inR of any kind. '
.l fii,t. v,i ... i,lr, i. . . n, in'niiicntu milium iit.iiiniN vtui
acd China Mr which ho won at Hie,,,,,, bo ,,ono bl,roro It Mllrts frool.
fair. ing. 22
HnTitmi in iiTTrnTrii'T'.MMniii
3 More Days
To Take Advantage of Those
In This Great Dress Sale.
The right kind of dresses at the right price are
the dresses that will sell. Exactly what these are
doing. Women are buying these dresses because
everything that is expected, and in most cases
more, is embodied in them.
Style, lines, original creations, materials, trim
mings, colors, affects, modes, to fit the occasion
and extreme economy. Even though you have one
or two dresses how nice it is to have another change
and especially so when style speaks louder than the
At Surprisingly Low Prices.
$1 35 $1 050
Every Higher Priced Dress In
Stock At Reduced Prices..
Many Women Are
Interested lin Coats
In order to maintain our complcto stock of Coats and Dresses
moro urn ordered ecry day. Only today nioro thun two dozen now
Rarmcptg wwo placed lu utocl:, shipped direct to us from our Now
Ono group of beautiful Duvct-do-lalno In brown, bluo, cinna
mon, fur dimmed, cmbrolduiou back effects also sluavctf, blouso,
waUts, bolted full lined. Ileal snappy models and a wonderful
valuu at 4 ipai.Tft
Aw.t.ir uttlpmcnt of tho-io Mumilali Sport Coats In various
Khades tin, I lun'erlals. Fur collais, bolted, doublo breasted, lined
extra lei j:J .s, i:f(d rervlccublo coals at ijillMiU mid up.
In tliu In ttr coats v;o havo practlrully nny kind of n coat you t
doslrc. Cbolio of materials nud stylos, Popular shades, beaded
nnd oiitbioliMy trinmied. wrappy or stralebt lino models. You
haveu't sewi tliu cliolcn of ,'itocl; until you havo seen those ut
Mom. I'rlced from .,... 982.50 iii
The edltorliil columtH Indicate
that the students nre ROtnR to be
heard from frequently on the mios
tlon of Improvements for the school,
as Is Indicated In mi editorial deal
ing with the purposes of the news
paper. Only a few of the members
of the merchants' bureau, who re
cently visited the IiIrIi school, know
of the existing conditions, such ns
i the lack of equipment In the assent
bly, class rooms, nnd the "two-by-
, four" physical training quarter for
i the Rlrls, tho lick of propor entlU
. tlon throughout the bulldlnR nud the
' flnnncl.il roidltlou of tho stuJent
( body fi'oclal!on. It It pointed out.
"All agiced that help should be
phen. but ns to tho way. they wero
uncertain. Some urRcd direct action
'by iIip county court; others direct
nrtlon by the business men. Hut be
forp anything could be doae, publl
c ty was needed. A school psper
was fevered, nnd n committee np
j o nt to Wide how tho paper
should be supported."
Count; Aftked tn Add ?:t,000 to
lludgct for Iiiipn)emeiit
, A petition hn' bora prepared for
circul.vm union- tie patroas of the
lilph school and the taxpayers of
the county f r their slRnatures. The
"ntllloti rcqrrita tho county court
and the budsrl committee of ttie
.county crurt to ndd $3000 to the
high school budKct for the nest year
.nnd that work on the Ryninaslum
be started as soon m tlo levy Is
mnJe. A p.-titlo'i (f the same form
U nHo prepared for tho signatures
'of tho hir.h school students only.
j A meeting of tho senior clan will
be held at 'J a. m. Thursday to see If
tho members ut tho class deslro to
i canvas the town Frld.iy for slRna
tures to tho petition.
Following Is tho text of tho peti
tion To the Honorable County Couit
unit the Itiutgrt Committee
of Kliimiitli County, Ore.
Whereas Klamath County High
School lacks one of tho most es
sential features of an up-to-date
hlKh school, a gymnasium, and
whereas the IiIrIi school can not
do the physical tralnlnR work as
required by law nnd thereby tho
stuJcnts rf IiIrIi school suffer
physically, mentally, and morally
becausu of said lack of a Rym
naslum: w'o tho undersigned pat
rous of tho high school or tux
pavers of Klamath county petition
you that the sum of $3000.00 be
added to tho high school budget
versus C. V. Helmes: Nolle I'tley
Utility Co. versus W. Hesse, el nl;
Nolle t'lley Hculty Co. vertus Thco
Schtminrker. el al: Nolle IMley
Really Co. versus 1'. T. Penning.
Ion. et nl; Nolt,. Ulley lleally Co.
versus It. J. Sparks; Standard Fash
Ion Co. versus M. K. McCormnck;
Culled Tress Association versun
Herald I'ubllshlng Co; Charles
IjoIuuIs versus It. II. Uuunell, et
nl; J. W. Lindsay, et nl versus
11. II. Itiinncll, et nl; John Koontx
versus Klamath county, et nl;
Frank Ward nnd Chnrlw l.oemls
versus It. II. Uunnoll, et nl, and
State of Oregon ex. rel Sallle W
Manning versus Charles I. Haw
kins. Ciliiiln.il (Ves
Tho criminal cnscs dlini -.eJ
were State of Oregon versus K A
Qualf; M. J. Ueebo; Jes MllUtt.
Joo Zinc;' Franklin J. Wllllsms
Donald lloblnson; Frank Inrsbnll.
Jack Porter; Clement llrndMirv,
et al; Frank IloderomU' . Klward
V. Jones; Potc Potersilenor and
In tho mutter of tho nppH.'otlou of
I.owts Davis for a write of IliIh-hs
duy when American farm
will be us extensively advertised
throughout the country as Hie aule-
mtbllo mil other nuimfiirliiiril ur- uutorlutiiitely
llrlesfwlll simii nrrlve. lie. W. Ml fiances nio lo
-: "ii'. .--.. ........ - --.
Jnriiuie, piciddcut of the Knnsns
Stnln Agricultural college, declined
today before tho Washington Ad
"The American farmer tins beep
li.mkern iiml members of clmmhorn
of enmmeiio have Imkiu Ii tnke the
Held i farmer In in n business piutuer
'They me seelniJ that Ihey musl help
him earn more money, nnd they nn
In ginning lo nro ihat ho needs fiulp
principally with bin imtrkctlnift nud
"Tho nulling end of tho fanner's
biiHluesfi bns been badly and most
ASKS $500 DAMAGES
iieiiitaiiitid with only ono sldo of
the ndveitlslug business," he snld.
"lu Itin main, ho thinks or adver
tising an a morn or less trlrUy device
employed by mllillemen lo notmrnto
Hjheslei' MnlllHii Alleges Asviull
In Hull Agiilti! A. V!iUtiom
Allegim: that A Wlikslrom tm
November fl. W'l'l. iiis.ittlted lilm
with u slick id slnfo wood nnd
enimed him to full mtnlnsl u stove,
and t)mt bo siiffeii'd burns nud
biiilseii neeessllntliiR medlriil lte.il-
ncRlecicd. nireitnt mumiI. H)lMsler Miitlllla has filed
bbimn lu pint, ho Is i milt In tho circuit court iiRitlimt A.,
Mittlllla nsks $ fi 0 0 -lamiir.cn. I
to blnmo lu purl nnd biisluesfi men '
are lo htnme In part. In a cortnln
hciiso, udvei Using men nru mllcli toi
blame. Problems lu imtrkoUug. nil '
veittslug nnd peltliut t lint ueoJ iioui-'
Hon much more I linn ninny whloli
hnve been snlred, Imve been uegti-i'i
"AKrleullural mei! nf Aiuerl'ai
hnvo beRun lu coururu tlioinselvrs
wlih the silling end of their bind-1
IN SENATE 22 HOURS
U'i'iiliili Heuutoi' CliihCi
Willi III Iff Adilivi.
him from bis money, lie prcbnblv I iinss. Tboy havo begun In leant It
hns minion lull
"The slgmi of the times
are pointing lu iiuolher
tho Mimo optulim or
a target ban of rifle
sell co-operatively, In organize nru
lo resrect their nrgnuluitlMt. Tho
next genenitliiii rf farmers Is imIiir
I.) Rrnw up nlri-ilT .old' to tliu
Mi . i of orrnuliallotl "
WNWIINdTON. Nov US -The
first Ameilcaii womitn sennlor. Mis.
W, II I'ellon, tliotRlii. closed her
teiialorbil rtrcer today after an
swerlng her iinuio nud milking a
hi let nddm's nmld applause. Her
snrrrssor. Waller I". lleorge, was
thin nw'itii lu Mrs. Pollen vrns
sepuior Si hours nnd '.'ft minutes.
AID ASrTLAND ROAD
Slate Knglnerr Dlrctled u la-t
tract After Drietnber T
POIITI.ANI). Nov 22 H
Highway Knglnccr Nunn was llr- i
ed bv tin- commission todav to b-t ' '
contract after Uocetnber 7 f r tho
wldenltiR nnJ Eiirfaclng of a cc Man
of tho Ashland-Klamath Falls lilph
POIITI.ANI), 'Nov. 22 Operation
nf over 200 trucks given tho high
way commission by tho federal rov
ernment netted tho commission
17.1,000 last year nnd $32,000 so
far this year, Secretary Klein re
ported at thetnetlnR today. Tho
commission operates the trucks
haullnR Rravcl nud rock, and rhurR
is contractors for their usn Tho
commission nnuounced Its willing
nets to release lluv trucks to rouit
Ilex on tho samo terms.
a rurawgpiw I
rrv..SMliTn y rr
MKMOItl.W, MII.KSTO.Vi: TO UK
CO.VSTItl'CTKII IlV HTAM'DltD
STANFOItl) UNIVKItSITY. Cal
Nov. 22 Construction of u ' M
mortal Milostona" In Franco Is to
bo undertaken by Stanford I nl
vorslty, ono of tho 12 American col
Icrcs asked by tho French re
public to sharo In tho memorial
program. Tho mlleslono will bo
added to tho hlRh school budget . 0no of 20 marking tho lino of flor
for next year and that work upon' ., .. i .ma i.
thn vmn...!.,... . .In,l.l . ... I "" UIIYailCO III f rrtlliu III w.a
h n iitHniuiii w nun tliu ua suu.i
as tho levy Is made.
SAN Flt.VNCISCO, Nov. 22. A
'bust of William Qrcer Harrison, for
a decado president of tho Olympic
club of San Francisco, will be un-
i veiled at tho club on December 3.
the sixth anniversary of Harrison's
At a rccont tag
KOL'flllT PltlSON TKItM
PORTLAND. Nov. 22. Dr. F. J
I.onlhan, sentenced to 18 months In
federal prison on a chargo of auto
theft, today said bo had JiotiKht ,
tho scntenco to study criminals In I
death. Tho bust was dono by Halg ' prison. Ho told of three doctor
, Pat'glan, noted sculptor, and for friends serving tlmu for tho samo
mer prcrldent of tho organization, purpose (
viii:iii: i:vi:uyih)iiy ;oi:.s
he.mi: of tiii: iiodki.sso.v j"i:.TUiti:s
William Hnmilton Osborne's famous Saturday
Evening Post Story "The Troop Train" is pictured,
when Edgar Lewis presents
"Love and the Law"
Full of action and a picture you'll like.
ALSO GOOD COMEDY
First Show 6:15
Admission 10c and 20c
Neal Hart in his latest
"THE HEART OF A TEXAN"
Mabel Ballin in
UST BUY A SUIT or Overcoat costing
twenty-five dollars or more, or thirty-
five dollars of other merchandise and you
get this Thanksgiving Turkey
im m mi
VU NEED THE CLOTHES, and prices
here are right. The Turkey costs you
nothing. See the birds on display and pick
out yours. Only one bird to a customer,
and the number' is limited, so get busy today.
" 1 AIM'T MAD AT NOBODY "
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