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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALTS. DREGOfl
riM'HHiiAV, itirtmtn a, ina?
v - . rTr; 1
oy vur country naitors
kjPJiSSSS... IMII- !,
iMUd Mctnkcr nail thu pupils of t lie
ijprlng Lake school tinil n Christum,
He and program Friday evening.
vjirarry Mnrtln lint moved from the
tiubcrt ranch to the, Amx Davis
f.V.1, o.,...,--'.'-,i.,i' :" r
nf.ll - uiiiuvi AtVMI'Vl.i
Mr; Wrfi. CbVynnUodk
ft Mr. ami
ftflstmaMfilh'rfr whrt'Mh.a'hcl-W'MWn- 5" " KIWT,nnJ,,lmll:
rioter In lown , .spent Christmas villi relatives a
"in.. ...,' .,-... .......Sv. ..,.. Merrill.
with hags tit candy, nuts ami untunes,
The program which preceded tho
visit of St. Nicholas was Riven by
the children f the community. Old,
fnmllln.. Christmttx souks, woro sum;
with hln (ton mid family. hy the choruses. Thcro wore music, j
Mis. .1. K, Knmnn gave n dinner r0rltnt lonn and oxorclo hy tho l ;
parly on Christmas day. Tho In- ,, ,, nml ,),ior ehlUron., Tho
Vlloil Rltestl wcie: Mr. mid MrK. imi ..... ,,.ci.rnted wllh llin hells i
.1. It. Klllrdt nml son. Hilly. I.. F. m.j Rr,.cns, stars nnd tinsel e!
HARVARD COLLECTS I
OF WORLD'S WAR'
FIRST PICTURE OF CHILEAN QUAKE
reached to tho
Ins Marin Dolnn;
tlccrHi.n, Itolf, riinrlolto r.nl Mis nirlsttuns tlmc-nttd tho tree In
Ni.'A-'o.rj(ii. M. nnd Mrs. Sam
'Kyiijnnfynd U U. Serfrelncr.
flrnmlma Chcyno aid Mrs. Scot
'Thornton spent several days tat
(-. .Merrill.- i
)j un Ainrin niunir, wihk .itiai lies
.1 Keno. nnd her mother.' tfWJiJ. J. Klllolt returned from Klam-
(lolan. nro spending their v'aMtJgi iln Agency Saturday afternoon with
irltkWard Doinn nnd family. $!& Jtls. cattle.
'(Donna Mack It recovering friinucnl
5 jflrallfra for appendicitis, ?fiC
Woltnr Rtewnrt left for i&ilsatsjffiftrK wHt'Mrs. KlUnit.
Cltp a wook nco. Ho expect to on-p Far Ptewnri went to Klamath
Jor Bwoeny's nutomohllo school at Falls to spend Christmas with life
that place. briber.
Thcro Is quite nn epIJcmlc of Ua.li
rpld. In 11.1. vicinity SHASTA VIEW
(Mill Lucille Slownrt spent Christ-'
tils with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.; J- Halloy. O. K. Hunt nnd Joe
'rank Stewart. Jllrka were business visitors In
' ' . Klamath Falls .Thursday.
I ONP T'lNP i l ' ifKPatrlek and ramlly and "
iuuc iinc. ,, wton and family were Riiests WASHINGTON. I). C.Doe. 2S.
tf . ' Pieman nas gone io uicn-jof II. C. Short nnd family at their Continued advance In production
" "'m " npcau mo iioiiunys nome near Klamath Kails Christmas trantporlatlon nnd distribution
Tho Christmas nrocrnni clvcn bv
tho Shasta View school was well
' rendered and Santa Claus mado
fmany llttlo hearts clad.
, Mil Wlnnlfrcd nerc. assistant
I ,CaC,",C!, Ia.th Un'0a n,.fh,scno.! (output of pic Iron, steel lnKots. xlne,
-.-...... bubo u ';"cn7 ; coke, locomotives and uppor leather
i to spend the holiday vacation with' . , .. ... ...
. , ' cmphnslxo the sustained and basic
snaracicr 01 inuusinai prouueuon
In November. Tho usual seasonal
Whl nml family an I m nn Important part of tho ,eM
aitSTcComli and on.l'tlon.
DiiuulJSflViusgoW Went to Kl.uiuUti
r simn "mriK
Mr. rinaJIr.U' riinM. ' KmiKhlTcn
lirtniao.fptjSSVjstnuu 'N'rt$fl for ;
,ir ami .Mrs.
Mr. ami Mrs.
Miss IIitk. uno of tho high srhool
teachers, has pt'he to hor home nenr
Portland to spend (her holidays.
Mr. Well, teacher of tho Inter
midliito Rrados, has ruso to Port
hind to spend his vacation.
BUSINESS BOOM SEEN
CAMIHUWIK, Mss., lie 21
Tho Harvard university library has
made effective proRress In ncriiinit
latltiR data of tho'xxfAr.UHifnr'Uilch
will enahlo tho hjjlorlja Viotho
fuinro to determlno thcflntl!!nUfi'
rttion of tho opposliiRf miliary
forni nl nil times irotjiliout. the
porlod.iof active tlRhtfnit.'' Dctullud
maps' "nnd nlrpl.um photoRrapbs
S. Itrxirt Indlr.ili'i Coiitlmmt
Atldimi-o In Pmdiictlnu
I W. P.
An official of the., library, exnlaln
Iiir tho coltecllonyoccntiy. pointed
out that tho fiKbtlnsTn Franco was
a reslon of which tho French
I iA2 isssV
Rovernmcnt had prepared detailed
maps, ahowlnR houses, woods, fields,
brooks, contours nnd every other
feature. , r
"For tho most part." ho Contin
ued, "the trench warfare was suffi
ciently static to make It possible .
for tho IntolllRcnco department of
each army to prepare exact maps
rovealltiR tho precise layout of ene
my trcifhcs, and to a Rrcat extent ,
tho disposition of machine Runs, ar
tillery, etc. The mechanical pro-1
T iL'tssW'TH''" V TlSVF ' sf7Ja)faa)slSBBBBBBBBk JL V ' Jt '(''O
Ittild nnd di olatiou llko thin at Valirnar wan tip rend throttnli Chile by the narlhiiunko and tidal wavo
which recently broiiRht death nnd Injury to thousand h, wiping on' srorts of villiiKea and awcepltiR nshoro
November are noted In figure com-1
piled by the department of com
merce In Its "Survey of Current ; cesses of maklnr such mnps from
larnest consump- Weck to week or from day to day
tlon of cotton slnco 1917. and fur
ther blph records since 1320 In the
f If one (.It nil tiumprtl over
; wIich readlne cr stud) Ins. it
' mar not lm their fault, but
H the fact that I bo eyes nro
poor and neetl attention. Sit
U( In n Moopcil oltloii
craaatM llie lanea and heart
nad caukm tlio plno to cunc
Han ereasa lily.
Have tho eye examined?
Therein may He the trouble,
aad (UsuM properly fitted mid
tronad Mill bo the remedy.
t Ofe. 183-W. Kcs. 331 -J
I Mrs. Vera Farrier, teacher In the
Shasta View school, has none' to
' hor homo In l-anRlols to spend the ac,Ino ,n "WtaB contracts lu No
Christmas vacation. She expects to ' 'a"pl matorlallte.
reached. durltiR the war, n perfec
tion hitherto .unknown. '
"The historian of the future will
bo able to take tho French maps of
their own and of tho enemy's lines
In a certain sector and the Herman
fc.'Vl .1 1 11 (J MJ .
.miss wirriiKitiioi.T xi:v
I.KtIIO.V ,t XII.1AUV si:t-v
INDIANAPOMS lnil.-l)r. Kato
Waller llarre'.t national president
IM.'i.M Itir.S" AI'I'MIM
HPOKANK. Wash., Dee. :7.
t'Apile" that turnrd nut tu bo
lUlUor proved tho undoing of Jamaa
Mil nnd Italph dray when they
'offered them for salo at a local
( riuit utore.
I.oral pollro olflcert who, armed
with n search warrant, bad secreted
spare time, wiu spent lu rKanltliii;knn,nM4rM , , rcar room ot 10
ehnptorH of tho American I toil Cross
Thrco brotli'-rs of Mih Wolherhult
were world war fii:htr. Tho now
nuxlliary secretary has arrived In
brlnR her little son back with bcr.
The death ot Mrs. HurIi Taylor
Oir ShurlaRc ltelleed
The car short.iRO on tho railroads
maps ot their own nnd of the 0( (,(, American I.ckIoi Auxiliary, , Imllumtpolln to nssume her duties.
Fiench lines, all of wfclch 'ro pre- has appointed Ml Hess II. WVther-
utiiro before AIM and (Irani enter
ed, arrested tho two men becauiMi of
they suspicion manner In which
thry disposed of thn "apples."
AIM, who carried (tin box of "ap
ples" Into the mom, deposited It on
pared at frequent Interval, and by n0t f (Jalllpoll. Ohio, national! INDIANAPOMS. lad. Letters!,, XM and asked tho woman pro
comparlnR them win ne nine to see ((relnry of the auxiliary, wnirii it and tnloRrnins Inderslni: tho protest
exactly how tho warfare In that sec- composed of mother, wives, sisters of the American Legion itRnlMt the
wax a shock to the. poeplo of this was sllRhtly relieved, but coal cars ,or HroRretsed. He will not have nn,j duaRhter of LeRlou members nropcied American lecture lour of
ccmtnuslty. Mrs. Taylor was a. de-' wcro Rtllt In Rrrxvt demand and coal to depend, as tho historian of for- and of men who died In thn service. Captain Helmiltlt Von Muecke. for-
I'aIaiI tolf h4it nr.ltia M.t llA WA. ...... ! ... .. .Ii.n.li.l Htvtlu nn txrtt. ll. Il'.itlitinll tina liftAM iiisni. I innv i"l n flit it iial-al fflfntw inuitlniiii
voted wife and mother and the be
reaved family bavo the sympathy
of many In this locality.
The community Christmas
and entertainment held
, hall, Saturday evening
, way a most successful
; Claus was there to
j i children nnd make them
ln-wiin... i,... i,.. v-.,n, ,. ( ii... nicr wars iiependeil. parity on per- .miss wcinernou lias neen aecrn-1 liter ueriuun uavai i nicer, couiintio
maximum; total loadltiRs ot ull j sonal recollections and Impressions tary of tho Ohio department of tho to arrive at the office of tho Li-r-classes
wcro very hifih for Novcm-'of whero such and such a char auxiliary aluce It formation, nnd !' Americanism commission horn
,. InnV nirK. nr ilnvcil n nutntlln rceoril UV trill-, 'wmi iiiim riaiiui iii -nil-
maun .wvn , ..... . . . .--. -.
... ..- .
Increased orders woro
for locomotives nnd freleht cars to ' "Wc nireauy nave n nirRo couec-
nv.nmA nr..,,!,! ,n..inn lion of such maps, In addition to
Ilnr Its membership nnd doubllm; , """ comtnaader of tho Alaska do
the' number of It units during her imrtmenl of the Lexlon t.ilj: 'Thu
.iiienran i.vriiiii 11 ,iaKU siren
.... -I I. ....I.... I. mnl.. nn.1 .1 11 nialtl I M !., I..,, imitlllll nr fllfirif ffilllt nlUI
at tUe .Malln Price level eontlnuiHl to Increasa ""' ' uu ...... ,,.,. I .,.i.. i.i... , .1. ....-.i i
was in every- , November. ' with both tho total ! ,0 '"U.tary eeonom.e and obtained d .Unction for Mr r , -; " ". ;V' "". X: V.""'!:
affal- Tinta , , i . .1. , n . , Pol tlcal ronillt ons lu me warrinr; ror tno rouei 01 sic mm uuuuu-u ,,,,, ., , . , .,,
auai.. .iiiia whoosalo and tbo retail food In- ' . . . ........ .... -. V 111 stand bnrk of yu In overythki"
meet tho little h ,,.,., .,r ., ,, llf 1 countries. ranRlnR from complete soldiers in mo nuiui 01 "t: ,, ,..
all happy .,,, Th ,. ,,,., nu, flics of "Parole." the Oern.an army state. ; ,
,. . " ,, publ cation, official casus y lts ,MI.s wetherholt wa edttrated in itrittv
er of farm products wn eons dera- i"lu"l-",u"' "' ' ' .... , ., tl ..... nuiXu. ,...,1 ' lisril.
,, , ,. v- . 1 .. , ' and files of a rpane photographs, to tho public school of tialllpolls unit ,
ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S
Monday Night Jan 1st.
THE BIG DANCE OF THE YEAR
Regular Prizes to Be Given ,
Admissions, $1.00, plus tax
Women, 25c Spectators, 25c
Is reflected In tbo largest mall order
house sales slncn March, 1920.
Ijiitc Crop Production
Tho final crop reports for tho
year 1922 Indicates a largo produc
tion ot tho principal crops, especial
ly wheat, potatoes, corn and rye,
and should make for Increased pros
pcrlty In tho farming sections.
i'i:i:i)i:it links xi:i:ii:i hy
V. H. ILULIIOAOS IN Aia.SK.l
f our Attention
For a Minute
To tell you we have the Classiest Evening
' Pumps for that New Year's Dance
you ever saw
,f.V. i).', . .
.vw. . '
I'fSStf '' '
fp'Piitehk Leather, Brocaded Satins, Black ,and
UjiUwW. HiMKtf wya, jjcuucu oavius wiui spurge
. , oilye-" DUCKios and Colonial
Houston & Jester
515 Main St.
ANCHOIIACK. Alaska, Dec. 2S.
Fcodcr lines are needed by tho Unit
ed States government railroad In
Alaska, according to General Wiles
P. lllchardton. who, ns representa
tive of Secrettary of tho Interior
Fall, made nn Inspection tour of tho
Hall spur tracks and wagon roads,
according to tho general would ro
suit In development of tho mineral
and agricultural lauds wlilch Ho ad
jacent to tho rnllroaQ.
Kventually tho government must
adopt a colonization plan for Alas
ka, General Hlchardson said, so that
tho country can bu settled and fully
prli'tor of the shop If tho wanted
to buy some Delicious apples, add
ing. 'They nro extra fine." Tho
woman said that sho would bo gUd
to bur thorn, but first she must
sample them. All! then rrmovrd a
gallon Jug of muoushliiu from tint
liux. The Human namplnd the Jug
and thru gave tlray 910. At this
point tho police Interfered and took
the twit men tn tho police station,
ihuflt they were lodged on u charge
of boolleRKliig, No rhnrr." was
placed against the woman.
XOTICi: TO IMTItOXH
collections of war pasters and nftl
clal memoranda. We bnro a com
Vi iluslri' In li.iliitir,, hup linuka
In a private school at Clnclnnntl. i Strayed, on" small red helffer, I January 1. and ,reiUel all patrons
. . . .. . , .Hi.l.,1.. 1.. 1... If.. I.. I...I !.....,.. ...... ... .., ....( I, .- ....
i During tno war sno-Serveu in me ""' ii,,iiii uui-uui- m imi-.iht ruuin iiiiimin urcuuius iur
, ' .. , , , , .,, . .,.,i.,ir ...riini, of tho ordnance n0" "" Mi h,' ''' '"r Itifor-I tiQWsppr. C porallmi will heap.
l-lcto set ot tho official proclama-; stntlstlc section or tno. orunaj co mMl)U vlxliUlK ,0 ,IMr ruclry. nrocalol. Hales Nuw Agency. 737
;lons Issued by the cfermah govern-' dupnVtmcnt In Cincinnati. llerl(irji Fnucli, Itecrentlnn. Ore. 302Maln HtreeL 27-3tj ,
ment from June. iyn. to tno nrmis-,
tlce. and are now acquiring tho Oer- (
man confidential rcvlow of tho for
eign press. In getting material from
Oermany wo havo been greatly aid
ed by Kills L. DreteJ, fortnor Amer
ican commissioner at Merlin, who is
a Harvard graduate.
"Wo are trying, with' the asUt-!
anco of friends ot the university I
nnd others who havo valuable ma-1
trrlal at their disposal, to built up i
not merely an entertaining assort
ment of war documents, but a work
ing collection ot source material,
which will bo of positive valuo to
thoso In tho futuro who may wish
to study tho prcclso progress ot
events and their underlying causes
throughout tho war."
ltetall prices aro being Increased
by tho wholesale.
Every girl likes tn wnih dishes
until she gets past six years old.
Strayed to my ptucoabout
month ago, ono chestnut saddlu
horse. While i.pot on forehead,
branded bar-W on left shoulder.
Crant I'ouch, Kecreatlon, Ore.
Kugeno cannery putting up beets
and carrots. '
. v". .
lisli frco ferry.
(ilenada to (tttab-
CHARGES STEPMOTHER WITH MURDER
ssssssBPv ',,;r' mtmKmmmJIBKL'Fm.
.jVintcr never fails to bring this car
Jut is because the starting system and
GcarburctOi seem to be almost immune
ifrom eoldweuther troubles. The response?"
. jM prompt, even on the coldest mornings.1.1
"t&hc cord tires, with their safety tread,
re also particularly desirable in winter
"hey not only act as a safeguard against .
(kidding, but greatly reduce the posdi
ii yy ut uuvJiiK io cnangc circs unocr.i
rccablc weather conditicmsywijli
fitting curtains, whicli open wh&
rlnnra nnnl.U 4t,m ..v. &.. m ki
uwwia, viiuuib un. uvviih vj UftSJ MS
ort the whole year round, iJPX'Srz
The irrlt-f s ilti7.T delivered
H. S. WAKEFIELD
422 Klamath Ave.
' ." bf. iS. ' -S
Huzol liruuen, 18-year-old daughter of thu slain clrcim king, "Honest
John Urunun, thiow the Moylit Holly (N, J.) court room Into an uproar
when bo accused her stopniothor, Jlrs, IJorin HruciLuJtJJil Harry luhr.
brolior't( ii llruet, of ImvlUK I'jotledtp Jtlll lior fHu j . . tyr-,
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