Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1922)
SMYRNA LOSSES HUGE DIVORCE IS GRANTED
01ml k Wins
ifiMol1'1 '' if&literl'. tAl
W Y A-" Pl'' ii ' 5V Ha-?! J' If '" iJifuay ftifWM
I Attar tlw profmiiri boxen nor mic
. IIuiiihI off by l.j)iq Merrill.
Clcmmon HlRtor.l wns out of. T" iwnwoilii of llio nolo amount.
RCliiml one any Inst eck on account I ' G6' "' " u"",a
6t lckiuM. ' jby ihonourli tor llio whool
uoswics the uoxtm n n tinnier ni pinn's
iNiipeiij- Vnlunl nt $118,000,001) Niin-Siipporl
' lkmrrl llr Tiuks i IVr
ATHENS, Dec. B-vrno loes rf Kllrafaelh D. Nichols loiMjr w p A. C. Hu.im.IHms (raited Ms ranch . o"r .ohi l SBe w n to Ihoto not
ino Armenwn coramuniiy . o.,.. ",. ,,.. ""'"' fere ior a i.uic. .jonr urjnii rpw... .()fmuu r,,,,,,,.,,,,,., l.ou.
mini (io,vu,vv nccm-uiuK -u.i'im ... ...u '""" , ,. I'auiliie Hulls visiicn mo BiRiom MIm Mnry UrnJltJVl wn Uio iiucM
tabulation nmcie uy n coinnuuco nn- i.pmm. mo conjiw mt m........ K,rM Wcilnoslay cvenliiK. f eilP, t:inn WVilm-nlnv ntstil. W
.ler tlio direction of the button of Klttvlllo. UashlnRlon. Jeuru- -. ,, brotmr, htulr.rjariyri. 1 Jftoo.l H iturslnR MnlSl
H&rrns. --..,,, ,, y P f 19 tfW JKWWM T" 4 WTto Klamath F.IM l..Mok: IfiMftU l. 1
-... .-l.n-kl . A.IL fltKrt'l lu I. M.fc ..IW.4..J.K ... rti-JnU, HMt htlAIII I 1W ...... . ' ill
III laiUIUJI Uk i-"n 'V
rrfl anil fcirmfial PtppfRW
aJLli. mm.I I.ahiIi In A rniAttlAit rnm Ih- nmnlfl Int nf
ple opcratlnK In Aula Minor. fii5 1 olubo temper ami It was pi
o'JKonl Ineomn of 8,000 Armenian J leged that Mr NlchoU hail been
fJilllcn lnmyr)ia"ued larbo 7WiriHii'oNaFklrjl1frcl hand
cit.OOO, vfisrcpf i."p'or' crnt wsjln cjMicrlc.li(l;'i!ioHjMiool In
Kcn to rjiarfllci anil 1to tfic orrii to mako a living for hor
clrch. ji.'cTflfinit chllilrcn
-Smyrna, which wa the rlchcifi She was cranlcd tho cmtody of
Armcnlnn community In the wnrM'tho children and allowed tho coM.i
Iwforo tho comlnR of tho Turkish of the case. A
army, had 20 millionaires, but to- meat ni made nhlcli
dy every one of thejo men Is lr- plaintiff a haro ot the common
tually penniless. Tho Urgel lowers property of the two
aft the landowner, textlto Import
im and exporters ot fruits, cereals,
carpets and opium.
Tho number ot Armenians killed
In Smyrna, urcordlnR to the com
mlllee, Is 4,000, and the number
ot persons who arc missing or who
hfvo been madci prisoners ll'slated
til Imi 8,000 men and 1C.OO0 wnbi-
ijTIw moil prominent Armenian
builness men k)M ,wcr HarkU and
Kysparlan, landowners, rand Ourun
llan anj Pailowlnn, textile mer-
dlRLS ESCAPE SCHOOL
' S T
3. I '. "
t Orfrpowr;r Mnlnm wnl Pin Af-
ler Cut UnR WlriM
OLTMTIA, Dec. 6. Perenteen
Ctrl Intnates of the training school
jt Qraad Round oTerpowered a mat
ron ut nlsht and escaped ahW
they had cut the telephone lres.
Tho police ot nearby tons were
notltled toJay to bo on lookout for
'OLYMMA, Oct. C Three Rlrls
returned to Orand Mound at mid
night. Sis havo been arrested at
Cheballs, leaTlng eight unaccounted
for at noon today.
20 days until Christ mim
December R. l'resbjterlan
church chicken dinner and bat
lis l.i8r Vfek. I llftsley-fiiid Vim. ;
iip-Johnson mid , 1.. Storey li doing sotno work on .1
Tl.Ji(!M'llt("Wit' SB0,??LIN RA,D j
nlilhj Kmnau.xanch.thli uTU iiir..i.. t u.i ,in.rjn
larKOrctoiy, ntlVn,le.l(,tho V .. in-.iloi:8prh.tM- HolN
;il al A. .school Alp iso WediSes-' r' $
n Uht. Thh' toilottliiK ' proKram . .. r ........ . .. ...i
givrsy-piht'. KM"! 'hfctt.r , "!'.? ,,,,"S,r ' ."". -
"America by the nudlehci Thof,. . , ,'v , , ,..,.
i...... -fc C .- n Deputy Sheriffs Snook and Shadley
property settle- iiuclngi "A. Thankful Ctrl." Mary , ,"vU',,1 tho dry agents four .mull
,lcV. granted the Ootmaii; souk. "Old Jack Frost." , bl' moon.hln. ami a
JOUHK pupils: "Points of Vlow," '""' ",!",', rt rr..ni . ..
Paulino Ileasley and Clommon 8lg- ' 0,ur for ' arrest of h. A
ford. "A Oood American." James S""". owl,pr ' h building. Ills
Steenon; Song, "Cheer Our Pll-!1"" "'! 'B0
grim Kiithers," eighth grade; play, Tho hotel was under lease to
"Mrs. Newlywed's Thanksgiving Jack NlchoU and Quulf denies nuy
Dinner. Sone of Home Work." knowledge ot tbo liquor quail was
Ml. Lakl church
commerce forum . ..
XVcember 8 Illtistraleu'Uc-
turo on Art "Instltuto ot ChFV
cago Woman's Ubrary club.
December 9 The Methodist
4 church baiaar. i
- Petroloum products In Soptom
ber, wits larger thnu any month
this or last M'r, white estlmiited
consumption was iilmost a, 000,000
ioung clrls: "When the Kroit Is on' released on .his own recogniianre
Frank .nrancli IllUy. " .
Ashland Plans mado for $-00,-000
After a thorough trial of S years
In Washington and 4 years la Idaho,
cabinet or department form of stato
government will be retained-
Astoria to get 125.000 church.
Clackamas county has plans for
'28 additional miles paed roads. I
Pendleton to let street Improves
merit contracts. ( I
The prices are
right and terms
lowest In years.
S e 1 o c t youra
early It pays.
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
307 SI.1I.V ST.
VERY, VERY USEFUL
tho Pumpkin," I.ols llunuell; "Ted's
Slo'ry of Thanksgiving." Ilarbara
Owen; organ solo. "Fairy Hells
Waili." Zerllne Stevensen: "The
N'lght Wind." third grade.: "doing
to .'Grandmother." fourth grade;
Hong. "Thanksghlng Day," Seventh
liraile: "At Orandma's," Phelps Lew.
gan solo, "Orvella Wullx" Ilarbara
Owen: "What. an Old Maid has to"b
Thankful for," I.orralno Ileasley.
ljt"In the Woods." Zerllne Slcvf
sen: play. "IM be Thankful It": (
to porml him to find bondsmen,
Nfchols has not 'occupied the hotel
slnco lato In November, according
to Qualf. ift
People soon grow tired of cunning
Hollywood. There was too much
general condemnation und not
enough horrlblo details,
Oregon City -Contract let for
building Pacific highway through
south end ot city.
A. genuine gift of utility- without any particular eje
ment of mere novelty. An article of usefulness, some-;
thing that you can give to anybody. A plain substantial '
bottle, small and large sizes, for school children, work
ers and travelers. Big fellows for the car. LuncrY Kits,
too. Place Vacuum Bottles and Lunch Kits on your list
and your gifts will reflect best character.
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
nUY THEIR DRUC3S
Made in Klamath County of Klamath
milk by Klamath people.
Malin Cheese & Produce Co.
lCSKSij if 4al'
- With .tliald-ut.tba.lttlcL
.scientific lustriiiiieiits, togeth
er wth JfiJfli!tntt"Hr)r,
In the erlenco of fitting glass
es makes 'us competent to fit
your ores, should you need
Wo grind the glasses hero,
I'l.onni Ofc. 1S3.W, He. SSt-J
TONIGHT AT THE
lOUV CJOIIit i
HOMqoy THHiWKijJWy.KWW?.. i.
Irvlntf'V. Wllltits Big Severi-Kael'
tvr. , , ij. lu s a .
I ' SenlatitinMl Production
. . . i kt
- i FIFTY-CANDLES"
iW;whekai,.y EKVolVS ur KM
"Biigers, featuring MARJOR1E DAY, BERTRAM
"3RASSBY and DOROTHY SIBLEYt A Big Mys
tery story, also GOOD COMEDY.
Show Starts 6:15 and 8:30
Wednesday Co-operative night, six chickens and
four boxes of chocolates given away.
COMING SUNDAY Big Vaudeville Act.
i, 1 l '
Standing Room Only! II A Store Filled With the Christmas Spirit
When FRANK BRANCH RILEY talks there
are no vacant seats in the house. Regardless of
the size of the hall whether it holds 500 or
5,000 people RILEY FILLS IT. From coast to
coast he is acclaimed as the most magnetic and
entertaining lecturer on the platform today.
(From Ottkosi Clamber of Com
" EAST ASKS FOR RILEY,
Oiecon Ixcturrr Inrltiil
KCory of .Vorjliwcjt lo IffW
' ' Auilh-nVi. ' fcl1
TIIK Philadelphia Forumt under
tho chairmanship of tho eml
' "l ' ' 'tint cTfricirs- df trw cj:. Eduwilr.
1'llMc and Cyra-CurU. ias Inrltid,, -
Vronk Jrryrtit !UI?y o,precnt hlJr -,
.fainomi .nlcljirjj tajf tho Ore- ? j
gon Country .under ,U auspices In
.i,.. ami of Music1.4 l'hlladel- .
phla's largest audltbrlum, In Jan-
uary. Krom 3000 to 6000, of tho t
best classes' of tho city attend these .
' .forum crents, and assurances arn? "
Rlen1ha because of tho lecturer
previous appcrunccs In tho Quaker
City, a capacity audience will as
semble, to listen To the fltory of tho
. Cj!"mbla River highway, Crater ""
I.ako and thn forests ot tho North
west. Travel clubs, Oeographlcal socie
ties. Hankers' assoclatloni and
Chambers of Commerco aro renor'''
Ing their rcquestB for tho delivery
of tho lecturo this winter. If an
other lour Is, undertaken tmemben
of congress seok a return engago- t
ment of tho lecturo delivered with'
so much success at tho capllol two
years ago. No arrauK''inonta for
tho" support of Mr. niley's work
for thu future havo yet been un
dertaken. All bookings for this
fall havo been cancelled and only
tentative engagements oni being
made for 1923,
The man who can get a return engagement
from the blase and busy members of the Amer
ican congress is "going some." It's a toss-up
between that and winning the endorsement of
such super-judges of what the public wants in
the way of edification and entertainment as Ed
ward Bok and Cyrus Curtis.
Frank branch Riley will give- hisMmtlonally
v.famoua lecture 'THE LURE OF THE GREAT-NORTHWEST"-
with mic ideUhe UifJu
Monday Evening, Dec. 11
Prices within reach of everyone.
Balcony, 75c; Loges, $1,25; all
Floor seats $1. war tax included.
Shop in an atmosphere that makes you thinK innsimas is tomorrow, uiai
V makes selection easy, that makes every gift more appreciative because of the
Y. practicability. 'The gift that it worthwhile giving," is the idea "back of J.
I,' everything in our Christmas gift stock. .How much more joy there is in re T
ceiving as well as giving when you know it is just the right thing. X
HOUSE SLIPPERS $1.35 TO $2.00
Humpty Dumpty for the juveniles.
Heavy felts with leather sole and
heels for the grown-ups. All stees
and good colors.
JIFFION APRONS $1.25 UP
To' $ee them is'o buy otic even'
though it is a gift for someone else.
Gingham, Swiss in pretty ruffled
borders ita well as applique trimmed.
Some nit; two colored Swiss. Very
dainty fdr serving.
, . SILK, HOSE FOR HER
To-.whom ot your friends will the
silk hose go. Let it be black, brown
or othor colors it makes ,no, differ-
ceucp,awe .have mem. suk nom
Silk and wool or the aii-
v c vut&rj we (iivu
Y t$L65 up. Silk a:
V , w6orfronf"$i.50
METALLIC GIRDLES 85c UP
Just unpacked 'anolhVr lot ?of ''these
fine girdles.. You ,wij J like these be
cause or tne coior. designs ami
GLOVES ARE ALWAYS NICE
Hack or 'brown in the .famous
Fownes imported kid.
$2.50 and $3.00.
AH sizes at
"i 'i cMrv um i v Rnypc;
Best line in town. Any size you
want for nnything. Goo'd quality
paper throughout. From 5c for the
small ones to 30c for the largest.
v , M-lLl
.WOULD'NT A PURSE OR
' BAGLDO?l ''J itif''
so many of themto4 selects
We have so
from! All shapes, leathers best
colors. Priced from $2.50 up. 4
&,WithJ(hose nlco llttld desisMn the
eni'iini' In linvo.t nr unnilitO. &
... .,.... ... .,v..n.., .
10c nnd 15c each.
RAG DOLL'S 50c. TO $1.00 v
About 1C0 rag dolls bf'many differ
ent character. Give her one
these and save the better doll.
FOR THE HOME
Beautiful bath 'sets consisting 'of'
!mg,' towel 'ami "face cloth'., Various'.
designs and colors. Finest towels.
Priced from $1.25 to $4.00.
HANDKERCHIEFS FOR LADIES.
Y They always will be as popular as
Christmas day itself. You may give
f linen, fine lawn, Swiss, cotton or
any kind and always feol as though
3 you nave given someinfig pracneai
I Z Tfi'i ,i.'j. U'lil. ,,71
BABY'S RATTLE IS HERE
Several dozen of those indistructablo
kind. Odd shapes in beautiful baby
colorings. Get her one sho can't
break, Priced fr.qm 30c and up,
EXTRAMdNEY FOR ALL CHILDREN
iU.ii iL f V .. r v
All coupons must no returned' neiore
i.Mr 'i. .'1'Jfg
'w-: -r.x- : l .M.11U.
Foftweryuone ofi' th
.clgd fr6m' th Kl
Herald "andreturned t
nn's Store we will ifov 5c.
Coupons before accepted must be
properly filled in with name and
address of reader.
' "AllchiMrLif ave'1 invited nta iclip cou
; .ppns ,tYi.th4,7Jo obligations fthatovor. -Clip
coupon only, .not entire ad.- .
Return coupons to tho office of Tho
Woman's Store. f ; '$
Cash preniiums will be paid with no.
obligations to purchases of, merchan
dise. , AV '
Coupons will appear in tjiis issue of
The Herald only.
ww :vna ;ai.f. by all r.ROCKR.w
hf im .