The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, December 26, 1922, Page Page Three, Image 3

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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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POLE UPHEAVAL
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NUW YOltK. lino. 20 -1rowlii;
popular liilmi'Kl In outiloiir spurt,
HiriiUKhutit Hi" miilropiilltiiii "i"ii,
ciipiicliilly In Immilmll mill fuiithiill,
will ri'Hiill in larr.oly Iihti'iimhI im
('iiiiiiiiiiilnlliuiD fur niHteliiliirii In JU2II,
-iiccordliK (4. iirpviiujmllHilliiii.
CoiiKiTviillvn tidlliiiuli'M plum nt BOO..
000 thn tniahnliiiiiiti('iiiiii syiUlu
capacity which' scorns ur fld nnd
n'fnw largir stiullu. will Ij'wvp wli'iu
plan now un.lnr way urn riiiiipU'luit
Whllo iiiiirn Hum half (if lliln in.
juicily In Hrnlti'ri'il nfixitos siimllur
jnchool, (dllt'KO mnl ullili'llc (lull i'n
closures, upprnlnmtely 2 1 i:.ioo will
bo nccdiiiiiioilulcil In fmir Mi: miuui.
Tlii'au urn thn lliico nuijiir loni',1111
'"bait pnikH, 1'iitn itrniiiiilH, ViinkcK
Htuilluni nml ClitfiU rlnlil, mnl Du
sker field, i-otu in titit'M iiiiw Hliiilltiin
Yynkcn ittiiiijkllillti, Ik inn if llin
t Amerlcnn Ii'iif.Uii humduill rluli In
llrunx, Is nipldly nriirlm: ioniilo
Hun mut If nut entirely finished mil
bn reinly, nt miy rate, fur llin formal
opnnliiK uf llm lf--l liiisulinll season
'in April. A tou yard rlndur path
wilt, offer fiirt lit IfH for truck nml
1 field upertK, wlilln football unit !(
IliK also will lie it lined In Hie lillf
nrvnn, whimi sentlnK I'upiiclly will bo
from "0.000 to H0.U00. I
World's nerlen ntteildnuro tail fall
nt the Tolii KrnuiiiU eu'erited nil
previous records there, mnl im 11 f
unit llm I11111111 of the New Yurk
Olnrita In lielllK eillurxed to neat
f.4,000. about I7.0H0 more than Its
present rnpurlty Football and box
ing nlo flRtirn an attraction nt nil
field. Khhels (lelil. grounds nt Hie
llri'oklyti iintlnmil lenKnn cub, with
nenlhiK rapacity of 33,000, linn been
timid fur IxkIiik nnd occasionally
football.
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All the. world like 11 llker.
ItollliiK Meno reach the bottom.
Duck hunter report n Mr crop of
spsrrnws.
A man nbout town U utiiulty about
broke.
What Is worsn than nettlnr two
He murtly alike for Christinas'
'"'u 11 u , . , a 1
(Irneral Mailer, hero of tlin world
war, In now tho renter of tlm polit
ical upheaval In 1'olatiil. Ho lias
hem n re lined of liistlKallnK thn mur
der of l'mhlont Nitrutnivlcz, Mont
of thn recent tirmsts Imvo been of
officer In llnllrr'K army.
.Mil k I n k Invn I often nlmplo bo
came tho people who make It are.
A buy will break crooked rulor
i:iiroican nation do tho name.
Do you re.illio poetry for nprltiR
inaunilne Is bultu; written now?
Don't fnrxut I lie Chrlntmns do-
Kan, ;iro J 900, "HwairKnrly."
Tho rumor that thero will bo nn
other war I A four years old now.
Tola NVjtrl may marry Clmrllo
riinplln, howliiR a wuinan can lake
a Joke. N
"Htunits lly llurnliiR Bhlp" brail
lltm. Isn't Hint RtiinilliiR on tin
water? (iiiiiernl lillf Is wrllliiR srmo In
Ido dopn on llm wnr unit It wins
that Ir.noranco I not Illlii,
iiv.man i.i:vii:,
m;v yoiik
his win: and kox, witesi: ki.pikaiion iv
htnwAY ,au st i:.M)i:n ix a tk.w;i:dv
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(Ity XIU Krntre)
to the mlMlni: fenoui bii-j ,,, Mloi 60 B
ho pollco department. 1-owl,,,. . ,., ,, . ,,.
comlnrj lot (n'.Lhli nuburays. l'ollca
say hundrcxU aro toil lu Now York
dally.
The Present
You Forgot
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YES, Not until Christmas Day was here did you
remember
BUT, Don't worry; let Perkins be the goat. Say
he failed to deliver.
ORDER from him today, and ho will deliver with
full explanations.
NOW is not too late for sending out a gift of fur
niture, or china, or silverware
A GIFT THAT WILL ENDURE '
Perkins Furniture House
- Klamath Falls, Oregon
"FURNISHER OP HAPPY HOMES"'
WAV YOltK. Dc. 2C Tho slsm
or n Kimwny door, mo urRo or a j
nnhlni; crowd mnl thousands nt
RtrniiKern, carried Into tho maot
strum of Now York's nrtsit cnta
comln of commerce, tho subways,
nrn swept ftlmiK to dlnpvoUt
ments. mUfortuno and oftcu doatti.
Tbey form tho bulk of tho caM.t
reported
rrau of tho
ret public notlro unlit thoy reach a
traulo endluc
N 1 :. . Joseph Hallo of
Fairfax. 8. D., came. cat with ItU
wlfp. Thry wero to soil for thotr
nU homo In Ceclio-Slovakla to re
Hip. 1'ainuKo was vliraRCd. Tliey
stn'rtrd from their hotel for tho
pier.
Tho subway was crowded. Clallo
pushed his way thmiiKli tho crowdn.
Ills wlfo w.m eti'e hi hind, llllt be
forn shn roulil lKnrd llm train tho
nunrd had slammed tho door, scp
aratlni: liiisb.iml and Hfn.
Rho hoardiHt tho noxt train. It
was tho wronK nn. Smsiklni: Ilttlo
KnKllsh slut couldn't mako hersulf'
Kho wax lost amine
mother. Thsy spent nil their sat
Inrs fur paUKe on tho Majostlc on
ber last trip of" tho yesr. Hut they
K't I oil In tho subway and reached
tho pltr In tlmo ti sco tho hoat
IsovIiik. Thry could tako no other
boat. Alt tholr' dreams wrro shat
ttrcd. AccordtnR to officials nt the
1 Cirand Central ' and I'cnniylvnnla
understood.
IllllllOllt
Two ilayB lHtr tho
undorstnod. bTTp wn
Kho had died of fright.
frautlo lius
1 not uiiiniib
A fow waekrt Inter Hymait I.ovluo.
a Newark, N. J . grocer cairtn to tho
dock to meet hi wlfo nnd son, com
Ini; from ltussln to Join lilm.
AKnlu n mibwny door closed. An
othir family was sipnrnted.
Hut this Hnio fortuno throw Jnto
thn path of tho lunle-ntrlckcn 'wo.
llinil a lllfln U'llii tltlilnralnnil 1inr
I laiiRUUKo nnd who wasn't too busy
to stop.
Ho escorted tho lost mother and
sou to n pollco station. Thoro tho
husband Inter found tnom. A raps
tltton of tho Oullo tr.iKtnlyJiad boon
avoided.
After two yours hard work, two
brothers decided to ro buck to Italy
and spend Christmas with tholr old
LOVE DRAMA OVER
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Scvona Owen tahovo) screen beau
ty, nnd Gcorgo Walsh, actor, havo
heard tho call of "curtain" on tholr
personal drama "Hu-Jand nml
Vfo." Walsh won tho illvoreo on
Krounds of dcrtlon nnd nlloged
Hint Soc-iui' thoiiBht him too slow
hocauso hu didn't smoko or drink."
Newest College Sport
""V ti t v iTSi -ilKisk ijjiJT-9tH (HWrHt 1 A
IntcicollCRlnto matches of outo polo will bo on tlw sclicdulo sooin
Thla plctuio shows tho lilshly -uccensful match held recently lictween
uuto polo teams iiuulo no fiom tho students nt tho Unlvcrwty of Indiana.
Tho nutoa woio euulpptd with liooiiu to rrcvvnt Injury to tho Uilveia lu
La Vogue Stores
CALIFORNIA & OREGON
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Pre -Inventory
fit
FROM
Tuesday Morning, Dec. 26th
to
Saturday Night, Dec. 30th
The Last and Best Bargain Sale of
the Year. . There will be Extraor
dinary Money-Saving opportunities
during every hour of .this Sale.
i Prices Cut.
Profits Peeled to
The Quick
Our 1922 Business was so-satisfactory that wc take pleasure in
announcing our
Banner Five Day Campaign
The Final Sale of The Year
Our Store Managers have positive instructions to miss no sales between now
and Saturday Night, December 30.
Stocks arc to be reduced to lowest possible amount beforo taking stock.
MILLINERY
Hats in Five Lots
Lot 1 Half of regular price.
Lot 2 Values up to $2.00,
Choice 95c
Lot 3 Values up to $3.75,
Choice , $1.95
Lot 4 Values up to $7.95,
Choice $3.95
Lot 5 Values up to $15,00 ,
Choice , ,....$7.95
DRESSES
WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
NEWEST
Velvet Dresses, $15.00 Values, $7.95
FINE WOOL, SILK LACE AND
TRICOTINE DRESSES LARGE
VARIETY SPECIAL TO CLOSE
OUT, CHOICE AT $9.50
BEAUTIFUL WOOL AND SILK
DRESSES
Would be cheap at $24.50,
Now $15.00
HIGH QUALITY SILK AND
WOOL DRESSES
Values up to $35.00, Choice $19.50
COATS
NEW STYLE WINTER
Sport Coats at $15.00
Fine Plush Coats $15.00
Handsome Coats at $19.50
$35.00 Coats without Fur.Col
lars $24.50
HIGH GRADE COATS AND
SUITS AT
'$45.00 to $150.00, all are reduced
in price
Children's Winter Coats $5.95
Worth double
Silk Hose, $1.50 kind at 95c
CREPE DE CHINE
BLOUSES
Heavy beaded, value $9.50 at $5.95
Fibre Silk blouse at $1.95
All Wool Navy Middies at $2.95
SILK PETTICOATS
SILKIUNDERW.EAR 7f
ni rre'Uivemory prices v
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Vogi
California andOregon
Fifth and Main Sts. KLAMATH FALLS
OTHER STORES 352 Sutter St., San Francisco; 1015 Kay St, Sacra
mento, Red Bluff, Chico, Oroville, Colusa, Marysville.
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