The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 13, 1934, Page 8, Image 8

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    PAGE EIGHT
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS. OREGON
Striken Clash
in Philadelphia:
Walkouts Feared
. (Continued tram Pago One)
400 worker were reported on
duty. A ..crowd . estimated at
1,800 milled outside.
Wage Boosts Announced
1 At leait two developments gave
brighter bue today to the sltu
tlon. Ten per cent wage Increases
were announced last night for all
workers on boats operated by the
Lake Carriers association. It all
400 boats operated by members
are In service this year about 13.-
DAN CE
Sat. Eve.,
April 14 '
Langell Valley
Community Hall
Auspice
L. V. Women' Club
Public invited
000 persons will receive the In'
crease.
Employe! ot the Nash Motor
company'a Kenosha, Wis., plant
voted to accept new wage con-
cessions from the company and
end a six weeks' strike.
Eliewhore unrest grew and In
soma places was marked by viO'
lence.
A strike of tool and dlemakera
In 46 ot Detroit's 62 job plants
became effective at midnight,
Approximately 8,800 men are f
focted. The other IT plants, em
ploying 1,200 men, negotiated
separate agreements.
VliouKnmU Drop Work
Two thousand workers at the
Electric Autolite plant In Toledo.
Ohio, dropped negotiations for a
5 per cent wage increase May 1,
and walked out.
Two pickets at the Cleveland
worsted Mills company plant were
injured, ' one suffering serious
wounds. They told police an un
identified man fired at them with
a shotgun. A strike 'has been on
at the plant for several weeks.
Authority to call a strike at
the St. Louis Chevrolet and Fish
er body plants was voted the ex
ecutive committee of the Feder
ated Automobile Workers ot
America at a meeting late last
night. The trouble Is over the
alleged refusal ot the two com
panies to rehire about 250 men.
i
Sale
Saturday, April 14th
ONE O'CLOCK P. M.
AUCTION SALE AT ALTAMONT AUTO PARK
Following Household Good and Cabin Fixture
Numerous Amount of
Bed
Bed Springs
Cabin Table
Bench Seats
Stores
1 Good Ice Box
Electric Range
Camp Chest
Midget Pool Tble .
Speed Boat .
Electric Plates
Dishes, Pot and Pans
Other Articles to Num
' erous - to Mention
I
Terms of Sale Cash
D. B. CAMPBELL, Owner
Chas. Hints, Mgr. C R. James, Auctioneer
Homeless Thousands Flee Hakodate Disaster
-.!", .. w - rr 13
Thousands of Japanese fled before flames which virtually destroyed Hakodate with kns of kfe estimated
over 1000 and damage at $3,000,000. Upper: Scene on a main thoroughfare during height of the blase
with sagging wires and buildings In the background. Below: Refugees gather personal belonging after '
mouldering ruins cooled. , " V
in
most of whom have been active
union affairs.
Striking aircraft workers In
Buffalo expressed unconcern over
threats ot the Cnrtlss company to
move operations to a Baltimore
plant. Almost 2,100 workers are
involved at two factories, which
have contracts for about $5,000,-000.
DETROIT. April 2, (U.r
Modified to affect only those
plants refusing to meet wage In
crease demands, 3500 automo
tive tool and die workers, mem
bers of the Mechanics Education-
ft
MOfcJEY SAVERS
V All Special Prices Quoted in This Ad Good
Friday, Saturday and Monday, April 13 14 16
Filling- prescriptions is ear
specialty at Waggoner's not
a side line. We've spent Tears
learning tt.
Careful pharmacists and an
accurate checking system as
sure that your doctor's orders
are followed exactly.
:r Gillette Razor
2a4 I Una
blades. AH for
49c
4 ! Moth Proof
Garment Bags
Oedprised, Fill Garment
Kach-
190
Remedies
OOo Pepsodent Antisep. 89c
75e Usterine 59c
1.10 Fernna 80c
40b Castor! ..
S1.8B Creomulsiol
7 So ' Dextri Maltose.
1.30 S. M. A
20c
eac
95C
75c Doanfp Kidney Fills B9o
25o Eilar 10c
49e
.1.40
100
29c
60o Bromo Seltzer
92.90 8.8.8. Tonic
80c; Bromo Quinine
80e Vreezone 1 -OOo
Banme Bengay
IliOO Bos Kora
80o Kruscben Salts.
OOo Alka Seltzer
OOo Jad Salts ..
00c Ticks Nose Drops 85c
SBo Fecnamlnt 19o
OOo Teast Foam 89o
Tobacco and
Cigarettes
15c Chesterfields ,L.12c
15c Camels ... 12c
15c Lackies '. 12c
15c Old Golds .....12c
Wings, Domino, 2 for 19c
P. A., lb. Humidor, 73c
P. A. Pocket tin.. 10c
Granger, ib. Humidor 69c
Granger, pkg. ...7c
Bull Durham, Stud, '
Golden Grain, . .
Duke's Mixture, 4 for 15c
10c Torchlight ..7c
10c Advertiser 7c
10c Geo. Washington, 7c
Copenhagen, 2 tins......lSc
Sanitary
Toilet Tissue
1000 Sheets, Regular 10c
2
Rolls , .
lie
Electric
Alarm Clocks
1 Tear Guar
antee. Eac!
8J08
Drugs
890
69c
ATM
.400
Chewing -Jum
All Popular Brands ;
1
Packages..
lOe
Toiletries
$1.00 Melloglo Face
Powder ...70c
84e Binds Honey and
. Almond ....... 80c
Mo Jergens Lotion 89c
BOO Lucky Tiger 89c
fl.OO Cocoanut Oil
Shampoo, 10 oz.....20c
7 ftc Rosewater and
Glycerin, 10 oz.....29e
81.SO KolorBak S1.29
2So Ltsterine Tooth
Paste 19c
5e Gillette Bladean10o
85o Bnrma Shave 29c
Toilet Soap
Colgate's, Falmollve,
Jergens and McKesson'.
Regular 10c a Bar
4
Bars....
190
Colgate's Tooth
Paste Combination
1 Regular 250 Tubes
Tooth Paste,
1 Regular EOc
, Tooth Brush
All
tor.
49C
Free Beauty
Treatments
Free facials and complete
akin analysis are being
given by Miss Carrol, beau
ty specialist of Colonial
Dames. Miss Carrol wiU
be here this week and next.
Make your appointments
early.
Free Beauty Wash with
every $1 purchase ot Col
onlal Dames Cosmetics.
75c Cod Liver Oil,
10 oz. 31c
60c Epsom Salts, 5 lb. 23c
85c Ilinkle Pills, 100, 21c
25c Mercnrochrome 10c
K1.50 Agar Agar, 1 lb. 73c
50c Bosp. Cot., 1 lb. 22c
75c Olive Oil, pint 39c
75c Russian Mineral
Oil, pint 20c
50c Antiseptic Solution,
Pint ....29o
81.50 Citrates and Car-
Donates, 8 oz. . 40c
$1.50 Agar Mineral
011 Emulsion ...40c
50c Aspirin, bottle 100, 10c
$1.00 Beef Iron, Wine 09c.
25c Cltrato Magnesia.... 15c
10c Turns ...... 8 for 20c
Sundries
81.00 Shaving Brnshes..40c
75c Flashlights .......80c
$1.25 Bill Folds 40c
$1.50 Alarm Clocks .08c
$1.50 Lunch Kits $1.20
$1.00 Vacuum Bottles 70c
60c Rubber Gloves ........20c
25c Wondersoft ' Kotez..l5c
25c Kleenex, 200
tissues 15c
$1.00 Curling Irons,
Electric 49c
Coty Face Powder
and Perfume
Combiniti-
Box Powder. Reg. $1
Bottle Perfume, Keg. II
All
for...
we
WHERE YOUR DRUG DOLLARS BUY MORE
Ninth and Main . .
Phone) 9
al Society ot America, voted to
strike tonight, effective this mid
night. The revised strike order re
lieves somewhat the seriousness
ot the workers' action in that 20
jobbers, 17 of whom are mem
bers ot the Automotive Tool and
Dia Manufacturers Association,
who met the terms ot the so
ciety's demands, and scores ot
plants outside the association,
will continue to operate.
Demands Stated
Labor officials estimated that
100 Job shops, most ot them
small, would be affected by the
strike which was unanimous.
The workers are demanding a
20 percent increase in wages and
a 36-hour, five day work week.
- The original strike order was
to call the society's entire mem
bership, estimated at 18,000,
away from work in all the plants
in the Detroit area, a move that
would have tied up production
of tine tools and dies used In the
manufacture of motor cars.
Forty tlve out of 62 member
lob slants of .the Manufacturers'
association will be affected by
the strike order. Approximately
1400 men are employed in the
17 association plants that will
contlnne to operate.
Extent Undetermined
In addition, the M. E. S. A.
claims It has 6000 workers In
Job plants not members ot the
Manufacturers' Association and a
similar number in larger manu
facturing plants which are, not
affected by tonight's strike vote.
Developments of the next few
days will determine the exact
status of the situation. Matthew
J. Smith, general secretary of the
M. E. S. A., In announcing the
strike decision, made the signifi
cant remark tonight:
"The strike will be very much
on at 12 o'clock. It must be re
membered, however, that any
firm which meets our terms will
not become involved in the
strike." .
Instill Ready
' to Board Ship
(Continued from Pago One)
coffee aboard the steamer Adana,
en route from Istanbul.
The fact that he was begin-
Lrocates Loot
Hamilton Snowball, British mining
engineer, has brought to San
Francisco a story of having located
14 ttms of Spanish gold loot of
tho Pacific's last pirates in a
tropical Island's shark-Infested
. lagoon. Snowball, now outfitting
for s return voyage to recover the
treasure, claims the loot will total
, $37,000,000.
ntng a Journey against which b
fought a year and a halt before
finally bolng jailed by Turkish
authorities at Washington's re
quest, did not disturb Insult's
sleep. , '
Accident Fatal
to Klamath Man
(Contluuod from Pago 0ns)
the wntor and William llncklor,
of tho Wood rsucU was called to
assist.
Havklor probod tho ditch with
a rnko In au effort to rocovcr
inoro ot the scattered contonts
from the uloniohllo. Ills rnko
brought up I.eulia'a body.
I.oulvi c a mo to Port Klnmuth
Wednesday, nccompnnlod by two
liltrh-hlkara. Us lunched horo
and stayed ovor night lit tho Hal
lou camp grounds. Thursday
morning ho lett on a fishing
trip.
11a was returning to Fort
Klamath when tho ncclilont oc
curred. Investigators believed
be had failed to make an "8"
curve and lost control ot tho cur,
Papers discovered on Leulsn's
bodv Indicated he llvod on tho
Ashland Kouto. An Kngles lodge
membership curd was among his
belongings. Tho dead man was
believed to bo a uiochniilo at Wey
erhaeuser. Lulsa, a native ot Russia, Is
survived by his wife, Mrs. Klsls
I.tiliu, and two sons, Cloorgo
Thomas and Ith-hard William, all
ot Klumath Fulls.
The victim had two hrotjiors,
Joe and Walter, of Clovolaud,
Ohio, nild two slstors, Mrs. Anna
Vertshnll and Mrs. Maggie Fata
pas, ot Cleveland.
The remains are In caro ot the
Earl whltlock Funeral Homo.
Stock Market
Control Bill
' Less Stringent
WASHINGTON. April 13, (U.R)
Stringent provisions of the
stock mnrkot control bill woro
rulaxed further today by house
and senate commltteos.
Tho action came as a commit
tee representing the durable
goods Industry, which claims to
employ half of tho labor In Amor
Iran manufacturing, attacked tho
stock market measure and de
manded liberalisation ot tho se
curities bill passod last yoar.
Doth measures, the commlttoe,
said, Wuro serious obttaales to
business recovery.
A house Intorstats commerco
sub-commlttoe voted to reduco
.bnslo margin requirements from
60 to 45 porcent. It also voted
cuii small
You know, mis Bros. Coffee isn't only
for those who can afford to have the very
best of everything. Not at all. Many of
the finest things in this life of ours are
beyond the anguished purse. But not
coffee. Youll find that mils Bros. Cof
fee appeals to all families, from two to
twenty-two, who like to count the pen
nies. Hills Bros. Coffee may cost a few
cents more per pound. But you don't
drink coffee by the pound. You drink it
by the cup. And compared cup for cup,
because the flavor is more abundant,
Hills Bros. Coffee is actually more eco
nomical to serve than so-called "bargain
counter" coffees. Try it and see!
...... . i
Ccpplttl mi Mil Btcl,
to delegate . to the Feilurnl Ito
servo hoard the power to rnlso or
lower the margin requirements.
Ili.'tciro tho aoimnltloo's antlon,
I ho bill provided Hint the rusurvs
board could rnlso tho require
ments nt any (lino, but could
lower thoin only under extraor
dinary circumstances.
Two Theories
Followed On
Mass Murders
8KATTI.M, April IS, (U.R)
Search for solution of tho mnss
murder ot six llromerton cltlinns
mlvnncod on two fronts tonight.
Uuont of a gnu BSHortmlly used
In Ilia tlsudlsh killings was un
der way nt a small luko near
Seattle, following an accusation
by ouo of tho eight prlsonors ap
prehended yostornay inni una of
his cohort! was linpllculul In Ihs
llrtmiortim , niuasiicro,
lln said he could point nut
"within tt car's louglh" wlwrs
the other mini had Hi row n Ihu
gun Into tliu wiitnr. Holontlvrs
dooldnd to ilnlurmllia vxlunt ot
the man's veracity by drugging
tho luko.
It was also learned that feder
al RKonts have bnon working
quietly on tha enso and are con
vinced Hi" in n r dors followed a
rohliery pint engineered by a
"llpoft" man who allegedly hni
worked from Montana to Heitlllo
In various roatiiuruute and sal
oons, According to tedernl Investiga
tion, It was found a robbers tutu
ally followed the mun's getting
a Job In a new town. Following
tho robbery, ho moved to anoth
er town. .
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CAnC Fresh
tuuo
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Doz. 16c
CRACKERS, American .'.2 lb. pkg. 2Se
SOAP
P A G's Bob White
6 Bar. 10C
LUCKIES or CAMELS, Carton $1.17, pkg. 12o
TOBACCO
Prince Albert
Pocket Tin ....DOZ.
S1.25
MYRTLE COFFEE, Choice Santas Lb. 19c
COFFEE
Chase & Sanborne ,
Dated LB.
28c
SANIFLUSH BOWL CLEANSER Lge. can 23c
JELLO
All flavors PKG.
Sc
HERSHEY'S BAKING CHOCOLATE, ' Ib. 5c
BEER
Rainier 3.2
2
Qt. Bottles
39c
PABST CHEESE, V lb 2 pkgs. 29c
KARO
Red or Blue
Label
LB. PAIL
32c
ROYAL CHEF MINCED CLAMS 2 tins 25c
III Gulf Stream. Reg. site tin
10c
GEO. WASHINGTON TOBACCO, 1 lb. tin 59c
MILK
Oregon or Mt. Vernon (
Case 48 tall tins, $281. EACH
6c
SUNBRITE CLEANSER
4 for 15a
P&GSOAP
10 bars 25c
Kellogg's WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES, 2 pkgs. 15c
Is A nil Coltlon Bantam Ifirs
vUllll Lindy Brand . MED. TIN IUC
PACIFIC LIME RICKEY ...Qt Bottle 23c
T0MATeES2 2 'a tins 23c
PICKLES, Yolo, Dill or Sour. Close out price
Pint Jar 15c
SALT Free Running la LB. BOX 5C
.LOG CABIN SYRUP .. Urge Tin 77c
PEACHES
Silver
Bar. No. 1 TALL TIN
10c
HERSHEY'S COCOA ' lb. tin 10c
CAMAY SOAP . .ZUSc
VANILLA, 4-ox. bottle free with 8 oz. bot. 49c
RHUBARB
Fresh
Garden
3 10c
LETTUCE, Solid heads Each 4c
grapefruit:::,::. doz.35c
All Bunch VEGETABLES .'. 3 Bu. 10c
ORANGES
Extra large size
Doz. 25c
POTATOES, U. S. No. 1 Gems 25 lbs. 35c
In Our Master Market
We Specialize in Baby Beef Fancy Dry 'Picked
Chickens and Lunch Meats
PURE LARD
Rendered 4 lbs. 33c
CHEESE, Tillamook, nippy in flavor....Lb. 28c
Hamburger Sausage 3 25c
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SWEET PICKLES, in bulk
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Our
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