The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, November 20, 1925, Page 8, Image 8

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Carnation's fitur-lhan-nrr last
brings out the rich perfection of
the aroma. It gives that golden
brown color which coffee-lover
like. Insist on Carnation Ore
goo's favorite milk.
Carnation Mjlk Products Co.
474 GliMn Strtct, Portland, Oregon
Mode in Oregon
for 23 years
"From Contented Cows"
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as a
Police Catch
Young Bandit
Ruse Employed to Nab
Portland High
wayman PORTLAND. Nov. 20. (If) Af
ter a spectacular chnsp in the course
of which two policemen were forced
to hold up their hands, two other
officers today captured a youth who
confessed to two Portland daylight
hold-ups. one )f which was com-
; mitted this morning.
The chase began when Forest
Bradley, employe, of an auto com
pany, recognised on the atroct a
machlno stolen yesterday from the
company. He gave chase through
the down-town streets and the fugl-i
tlve finally escaped after threaten
ing Bradley and two policemen
with a revolver.
The youth was caught later by
two officers in another part of the:
downtown district when ho was
recognized while afoot. Patrolman 1 1
Barker employed a ruse to catch
As Barker and Patrolman Gates
passed the suspect Barker remarked:
"TJiat's not the guy." Immediately
after passing him Barker and Gates
thrust their revolvers into his side,
ud ho surrendered. The police
said be confessed tho two holdups.
Rhinelander Case
Comes Up Monday
BEND, Ore., Nov. 20. The Tu
malo Irrigation district notified the
city of Bend yesterday that any at
tempt of the city to divert the wat
er of Tumalo creek under the pro
visions of chapter 53 laws of 1925,
would be opposed by the district
because the waters have been ab
judicated and are now appurtent
ant to the lands within the boun
daries of the Deschutes county
mublcipal improvement 'district com
monly known as tho Tumalo pro
ject. The bids for a pipe line to Tu
malo ereek are to be opened to
night by the city council, against
which a temporary injunction was
Issued this week prohibiting It from
delivering $600,000 worth of bonds
recently sold to a Portland bond
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.. Nov. 20. :
(P) The Rhinelander annulment
trial, scheduled for resumption thiB i
morning, was adjourned until Men
day to give counsel for Leonard Kip 1
Rhinelander, the plaintiff, opportun-'
ity to make necessary Investigations!
into the contents of one of the "my
stery letters" that caused sudden ad
journment of the case yesterday.
The trouble with running away
with a wad of money Is that you have
to go farther than It does.
It has been said that the night
has a thousand eyes but that is far
too few to see all that goes on.
The romantic cowboy of yester
year must now toll for ISO a month
and keep, while the lowly sheep
herder commands wages of )90 to
$100 a month. Such was the testi
mony today In the hearing before
I the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion on genoral freight increases.
Vernon Metcalf, secretary of the
Nevada livestock growers assocfa-
, tion, said that stock and agricultur
al conditions of Nevada were un-
i satisfactory and producers were not
able to meet higher freight rates.
! While the sheep business was im
proving somewhat cattlemen were
making small profits or none at all.
R. L. Vance and John J. McGinn! ?
j of Los Angeles, officials of two big
Portland cement plants in southern
California, asserted that their busi
ness needed a blanket rate to place
all plants in their region on a par.
Tomorrow Night
Elizabeth Spencer, famous for her
voice the country over, will appear in
a specially selected program.
This appearance of the famous soprano
constitutes the musical event of the
season. The assisting artist is Lucille
ColleUe, pianist.
W hat makes this concert of more than
usual importance are several numbers
in which Miss Spencer will compare her
voice with its RECREATION by Mr.
Edison's new phonograph.
Tomorrow Evening Nov. 21
at 8:15 P. M.
Presbyterian Church
We have arranged that a number of
Klamath Falls people may have spe-
cial complimentary invitations. Call,
write, or telephone for them. Only a
few reservations remain. They will be
issued in order of application.
Wirtz Music Store
122 South Sixth St.
Phone 125 Klamath Falls
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Men of Klamath Falls
Tomorrow is Overcoat Day at Sugarman's and we are in a position to
offer you some excellent values to put it another way, you'll get more
than you expect for your money.
. l" -lS,. fV-
-Single and double
-Four Winds.
-Ulster Models.
-Half or Full Belt.
-Long, Med. Short
Antwerp lllucs.
Wood Browns,
Greys, Ilisc.
Omber Checks.
Chesterfield Models,
Also "Martin" Imp.
The Business Man The Laboring Man
The Professional Man The Commercial Man
Buy A New Coat Now Give Thanks ,To The Old
Your friends are your critics judge others as they would you, for
appearance but don't let them say it of you. Get a new overcoat now
all winter is yet ahead attractive prices full stock of sizes and
$25 to $60
A glance at our window will tell you how much your next overcoat will cost.
"I Ain't Mad at Nobody"
New Commission to Relieve
Council of Detail Work ;
to Settle Differences
Another board or commission, to
lighten the responsibility and toll
of the city council, came Into being
Inst nlcht at an adfourned meeting
'Af U tt mmmLmII ...itt. th.. nnnnlnf. !
ment by Mayor Frod Goddard of a
library board, composed of five m"ni
Jrt. ' (.J-iW All
The following appointees were I
named by the city's executive: John
G. Bormont, one year term'; j" M. ;
Bubb, two years; Mrs. J. F. Ooeller,
three years; and Mrs. A. M. Worden
and Mrs. Jack Kimball, each a four
year term.
This newly created board will con
'ene In the near future and attempt
to come to some agreement on the
plans for the city library, over which
there has been some disagreement.
Dut that which took up most of
the time at the council meeting wan
tho reading. -of, seven ordinances in
connection' with paving projects that
were' started and are now nearly f Ib-ifihcd,
Occupational Tax
on All Aliens Is
Sought by Grange
SACIIA.MENTO, Calif., Nov, 20.
JP) The closing hours of th;-' na
tional gran ko convention last night
were filled with excitement when
Fur Manufacturing.
Coat Remodeling
work guaranteed
Mrs. Wm. Bessler
436 Klamath Ave.
Detween Fourth and Fifth
Phone l'iS-M
-Next to Moose Hall
Louis J. Tnbcr, national mauler, pre
sented a resolution dcmandlin! Ihut
congross consider the pttBsln't of an
occupational tax on all aliens desir
ing to enter business In the United
States and who have a reasonable
I'm- to become naturalised.
Tabor declared that a lax, not to
oxcood J600 a yoar, should be levied
on the alien who Is taking money out
of the country In which he tofuscs
to bo'coino n citizen.
Acquires 180.6 Acres Near Mill
From Mr. and Mrs. H.
Fouch, Is Report
Located comparatively close to
the mill, the Algoma Lumber com
pany yostordny purchased u tract
of 180.00 acres of pine timber from
j Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fouch. Tho
pine brought a price of M000. It
is located In township :I7, south
range 9,
Confirmed rumors and confirmed
bachelors are not Interesting the
. unconfirmed ones.
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I Hi Jinxs
t' You remember the one last Thanks-
& giving Weil, this one will have it beat
a mile.
m Your turkey is there gobbling for you
C come and get it.
Tuesday, Nov. 24-8 P. M,