The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, November 10, 1927, Page 5, Image 5

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THE KLAMATH NEWft
Sinclair's Man n 'Ship Is Caught I Farm Groups Are.
vn juggea iieei , iuier unuv in
' Relief Efforts
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1927.
Refuses To Talk
For Grand Jury
WAMIINiiTUN. ;?. y, (AI,,
Another of Hurry K. HliwIutr'H
PA fir? TXV7
.VAM'dl'VKH, II. t. Nov. II.
1 111 Firmly tiiihuW-d on the
rork of Hparrowhalk reef, of; W.WHINtlTON, Nov, , AP
Klnlfii'Mim Uliiinl n Midi. .,.ii.l . ....... i... . .
Hkk....(ui.i. ui. i. .... ' ' " ,.,. - viiun uj inn:, major Hirui
tlKotiefltlOK, Hlmlilun ( lurk. "f I'rln... II .1 Ik. a.. I . ... ' .. . . :.
, I .,... .,; , ... . I w " .""v.vuu UIKIIIIIUII1I..1., me A ill e r I c a c :
.III... loday 10 testify hrf..rBlh...n.iwU p.,r nln.ii.ur fat-1 r.rm llur.uu f..,li.ri.ll..n. li Na- '
"v-l, ur--.H-; HI. wM )..! erlu..ly damaged nn. (Jraitgo ami the Karmera'
hit. u of ll. Kull-Hln.lulr ; i I hy rolling, v .01.11,1. (,,,,. to reach n Kre.mn.
coii.piraiy irlul jury. , I An attempt m low I lio dlaal.lrd ou fanu relief legl.lallon. wu I
(lurk, m It tlrnrnklnilivcwvl off Hit. ri.ef. at lilKl. tldu under nay today l.i-hlri.l rloxrr .
ml ,11ml iii.,n i, IhaHln-llal. today lulled d1 hop, of door. lli office, of tlx, N
I'lllir Kl'lltlllll .'ll.tlliatlV. I Btlil . ...Vina 111. ah. 11 ...in.!.......!.!, .1 1 , L
iltiniiiiMl. Another effort to free, H wa. n.il IIviiIb( whul man j
Jlw (lnla from It prlaon will nrr r )i,ipr..iiil waa bdi.fi
bo maclu tomorrow bul In the .ought to unite III., group, bull
" v ' -iiaunn nn . Rnokmimi'i. in.mlwd , a ,. mate i
al.akeu by un-ni later explaining irogrv ol i
' Ilia nnrlev. 0
Tin. ('alula,- SIH feel long. ', The National Orange hua pon r
went aalior Tuo.day. llelwmn ! aored o-rulled debenture plan
00 m 70 nvraona on board t;of farm rnllel. while I ho A.ner I
llm tlinu worn taken lo port linn farm llurenu federation and !
Hlmpaou In amall Inui.choa 'ti.nl ilia Murmur.' I'nlon har lot ,
....... roaai iowu 1111 ionium pnrtl.an Lo tli. MiXary-llauni n , E
ui iiiihi. nnii arrirau iu dm ... -I'tlnio
Itupr-rt. ' I Thr hu.. tu. r..,.ri. i.-
OurEiglUh-Tliursday- IN MERGH ANDTSR
"'i ii.i.i.i. 14 ui t i.irnito, waa
bi'ti.r.. II10 fraud Jury Ima limn
flvn inliiulva, Un wna J iik.'iI
until loniorrow whim Hi dim kIII
l'. irnpoui.d.d In It 1 i niiu lie-1 1 bdnit rcpi-utrdly
ally Hie nai.in quimllonn 'iil. h 1 11,0 n'vy broukvra,
ll-nry .Mnaon Day, anitlrr Kill-
lAIr oil offlilnt, ri'tuard to an
awi'r, l(or. Urn fraud Jury. 01.
Hit. around Unit II mlxlit lend
to li.rrlii.lnatii hlin. , :
i Information NvHvi'il ui (he
' dlNtrlcl nliornny'a tifflrn wna Hint
I lurk tiriFii fur liuyon m. j.r
to oivntloiu In rpi'rlvliif
l.la from lh" llurna dniiM'tlyla
uho ahudowad tl. 'ti.n tni'n and
lo won.i'a on llm Knll-SlncUlr
Jury. ;
t'lark diH'll... In makn.' niiy
ilnli'm. nt both lirfori. ami uftrr
lie I'Piiniriil bi'foro ll.i
89c
U.S.' Diplomat
I he mi it llki'ly roDipromlai
' would Iniludn finiuri n of tbo du ;
ki.nlnr. I IVu.u.IIi.ii..h r.r.. i
Una Fn lm Pljlfl pnala but tho.. hiiVB ; dr?
I nlml by rf'-wntatlvii of Ihi i
Hint, oraanliut on runmia Ic
Irillll laiill'H ' llt..l U...H..M.I- . I. ...... I . ui.,l
jury, fnpininiiif mat l.; could annum tlim.miilrr. pnuUlon of III.. McNnry-Haugrn I
net talk until hi. nnpfnallon Tho rorporatlon would ba bill In rplla of I'ruddvut Cool '
l tl.nl iHidy bad bwn ...iclud- -oiiiio.mI of fanner and llr. Iil't dlanppioiat. j
A, I latnik produrera and would luo Sueeraalvti rl.lt. tj tho WUIlr ,
--7."T ; nl Iwated In the principal V.nuMi by V 8. Ilarrdl. jiriwldoni ;
WlfP Shualninfrl "rl of tlm rouulry In whom of ih, Farmr' till. n. and onr
V. mm, iJI .. lI"U" r"""d ,h ,"h"r,", "f lh farm leader, who I. rli.e
Mail Who Shot llPr." ,'r!'.", d,,,rlt, I- Mr. OH.IMK.. marked todayV
man ttiiuoiiui cr u.,i.il(n,auid b., d.d lhl,,ta,. B,rn.H M,nnl ,,,
(ti.ntlmi.it fro,., In.tr. Oim) tlonril farm rrop nmrkdlnf. cor- tri.,,u, of , tarnl .
...f '..nlil-nllfl.d awallnut. and T . A,"''"",'"',or ,ol"- c. pt to li.at h. aaw no rea-
.lichen rf hfr l.u.b.nd who ,,r lr"' 10 ur" . .n -hat Urn p-Mldent would I
nuaal II ( ariund the d'.'brn-
uro plu...
nixhrd to her ri.. Th wound.
li derlnrrd. warn atrurk by
.triv bullet, dlarharfi'il a lier
liu.band .irurxli d wilt, , iboan
who were attalklnf her.
Tim wlfn'a .lory I. bell.. ill
roiinliil by the prowullo... nnd
Mar.1. .la bulux held In Jul! on
at. open rlinrf.v
iKith aaint would racelre tlv.uuu
la ear.
. At the
LIBERTY
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. Today nod Friday
Paulino Frederick in
"Devirs Island"
A dm n. a of UrloR flout h
Latot Nw Reel and
Special Comedy
Adml.alon
n.lldrrn .
10c
TV aWho Killed
Woman, In Jail ;
(('onliuurd trum I'ngD Onr)
In the hou.i' hreau.r of Imr fear
of boirti.. lie blew out tho lamp
Hunting a cla
im old woman.
Il.niw her to tl.n floor, .tufted a
haudlyrelilc f Into her mouth and
tied a towel over her mouth and
They uj.o tied her feet
parlor, and aveured "marcel.."
had Ihilr eyebrow penciled and no.e.
their Hp. and cheek, heavily nJ I'"" tried to force open the.
coated with rmif e. It wa Ihl. bureau drawer In which ah kept
make up w'.ilch flr.t attracted k't money.
the llentlii.t of detective a. they
n rt a hotel mto ye.terUay.
.Coin. If. a native of Alloona.
I... told police thai Kramer and
he bad robbed Mra. McKetrlrk
of approximately SSS.OOu In ra.h
nd a lore amount of aerurltle.
which he aald they Intended lo
In irolnln Iheni.elve.
Auction Closes
Spud Show Today
(( onllnttrfi From rffc S ,
Thu rllinnx ol yesterday's nntiw
or in r!iilirMin & fiitnil lu lht
careera In fraud opera, lie aald chamber of commerce pointo for- X
they Intended lo return the ae- tm . th. i.ii,.n ,,n. f.i,.rH T)
rurltlea. hv MrrlMll ,1M.e.m j,.om
Moonlit Money (ry EBnU of Kn.ila-llrown. 8ac-
lu hit iconfim. on t ot. aald that ramento. and Prof. W. It. I!x..p
br and Kramer had borrowed H0. 0f 0. 8. C. A. M. Collier was
with which Ihey mad pay- chairman of the luncheon, raul-
nu.nl of t:t on a car and drove h...,iv ,.i.k ...h....i ...a
io Swlnitl.. to fei money whlchlp0al0 .b mmber. ,l?0 d.
"tdmother kept , df.-aed th aiuiemblaKo.
TrUe Awanl.
. Ilalance of thep rite award.,
moat of which were announced
In Wrdneadny'a New., weiM flven
out by ahow official, yesterdov.
a. followa: I
Smallr.t nunilMr Netted Ceux
loo pound. rommerclalH. K. Kn-;
man lat; I). ('. Knman !nd; II.
V Knman 3rd: Iturrell Hhort 4.
Iirg.'.t alnble Nett.il (lent !'. '
E. fleeder l.t: 8. R. Kiiinao 2nd.
I.arpent alnvlo KM.. Triumph
8. K. Knranu l.t; W. K. Iteynold.
2nd. - s I
Larjest alnflel n any variety ,
C. E. Uwder.
Largeat Bad be.l dl.play by
any frower-r-8. E. Knman 1m:
V. E. Ileeder 2nd.
t"luh member 15 pound. Net
ted fiem. llob IMillnKcr 1.1;
Karl Dehllnfcr 2nd: J. Steven
on. Jr.. 3rd. r
fortified Netted Gem Seed--
(lien IvhlltiBcr l.t;. A. II. Camp
Mi 2nd.
At the
PINE TREE
TODAY-and FRIDAY
Attraction Unique!
EDDIE HARKNESS and his
Victor Recording Orchestra
Tho most popular broudcaKtinr; orchestra on Ihc
I'acific cojiHt. on the nir 10 months over KFHC.
On (ho Screen
POLA NEGRI in
"BARBED WIRE"
NOTE-
-Eddic Hurkncwt and his band wilr up
poar for three performance, daily
3:10. 7:15 and 9:25.
DON'T MISS IT
TVhat you bo longer hare uaa
for may be jit.l the thing another 1
la aeeklnn. Th Klamath New. ,
Cla.nlfled Ad bring buyer ant)
..tier, t.ieefhe.
It Won't Be Long Now
Next Friday Night
and Oh, Boy what a tirne
a, The Two Big
v
ARMISTICE DANCES
beirrg. held at the ;
Altamont and Winter Garden
2 Big Orchestra Playing 2
" 'The tickets are, almost gone" x
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DANCE
DANCE
DANCE
TONIGHT
Tomorrow's a holiduy
und no work what' 'a
time we can have tonight
with
HAL BLACKBURN and
HIS BAND
WINTER
GARDEN
Remember - v
A Big BALLOON
SCRAMBLE at
ALTAMONT '
Saturday Night
WOCL CAPS
, AH Color
Heavy, vVarm, good looking
and in colors to match near
ly every cout or dress. They
aro JuKt the thing to 'wcar
out in thu cold comiiiK
down over both neck and
cars.
89c
SLEEPERS
Warm, durable, and; wash
able Iecpintr trarments ut
only 89c. A popular seller
at $1.00. Take your choke
at th(s price. -'jht.
9i
89 c
89c
ROMPPRtt ? ,WV J
In all the cutest styles
and too, you'll be surprised
at the trimmings 'and color
combinations used in - this
garment for only 89c.
STEP-INS
All Size
- Girls, now is your opportun
ity, to supply your step-in
needs the loveliest gar
ments of the season. Made
of a high grade, colorful
rayoji, and trimmed with
lace of like shades.- All
sizes, and many shades.
Thursday only. ,J .'.
LINEN HAND- .1. 1
KERCHIEFS, 8 OQ
for
Hcmstitche d a value
;. worth noting ftrii.otr.f All'
linen while ,on!y,"So'w' 8
for 89e. , , ' ,
MISSES' PLAID
2 for
A stocking that would or
dinarily sell for 75c Sizes
7 to 9'i. In brown, green,
orange and blue plaids. Iy
the way, plaids are the rage
this season and this affords
every girl an opportunity to
join Jthvl gang with plaid
htockings. ' '
CHILDREN'S QQ
WOOL, 2 for...!.
Wool ' hose suitable and
practical for school wear.
C3c values. All sizes. In
black only. Now, 2 for 89c.
HOLEPROOF
CHIFFON
No need for explanation.'
Everyone knows its quali
ties. Lucille of Paris creat
ed the shades, which is
' your guarantee of wearing
' the correct hose with tho
proper dress. ' A chiffon,
hose at this price is a mira
cle in the hosiery world.
CHILDREN'S qq
RAYON, 2 for. ... C
A serviceable stocking, ray
on plaited, which gives them
a very, silky appearance. In
light colors. All sizes.' Full '
length and a real dress
hose.
89 c
THFMF. SPP- ' s r
CIAL. $1 2S 0C
Just a few pairs of this na
tionally known hose. Pine
apple stitch, fulh-length,
new shades and a , super
value" for ohTy 89c.
Weekly
Sin-prise and
Armistice Day
SPECIALS
Sensational Values Greater Than Ever
The Double Surprise
Dress Values to $16.85
.now sgt89
Pi
, . Juat a personal (ouch of friendship escorts
" each one of these lovely frocks. They're
:: really being offered at a sacrifice and you
will a$rree with' us that they Fhould sell at
a much higher figure. In crepes, ci'lks and
j jerseys. One and two piece effects. Every
'vvoirian should come early and select at
least two. ... .
Values to $24.50
NOW
$13-89
No occasion too grand or too formal but
what these dresses will be the outstanding
frocks of the evening. Only the newest,
best and most desirable materials and col
ors are used. Values up to $24.50 are in
cluded in this low price that explains that
they're worth nearly double the price quot
ed. For this one day's selling only.
m
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Children's School Shoes
, Genuine . Savings ,
Thursday
Childrens
Footwear
" Day
Supply all shoo needs .during
inu event, us a uay or great
savings for thrifty mothers who
take advantage of these prices.
i 'Sizes for all small tots and little
girls. In patents and tans.
School shoes with a reputation
at surprise price. V
89c
RAYON DRESS
GOODS, 4 yard
Here is a rayon material that has
a very high lustre rich in appear ,
ance and suitable for making fine
garments. At this price everyone
shold prepare for,' their sewing
needs several months in advance.
JUMBO TOWELS
2 for
"Jumbo tho great." Two f those
this time for a little more than
ono ordinarily sells, for. Extra
lSizes52to8
$1.89
Sizes Vz to 2
$2.89
89c
SATINETTE
2 yards
2 yardj of lingerie cloth for only
89c think of all the nice thing
you can make for 89c that's real
ly economical, -isn't it? In all
shades.
o 0 WOOL MIXED EGRESS OQ
OyC GOODS. Yd. . OC
.Very special for Thursday only
a beautiful showing of wool
dress goods in patterns and colors
large, double thread and in pla'n , lnnt w make dandy i last-room
89c
white.
CHALLIE
5 yards ....
Chaise is always needed at this
time of year for comfort making
and when offered at this pries
every woman should hurry to take
advantage of the opportunity.
Beautiful patterns and lovely colors.
89c
dresses.
COLORFAST GING
HAM. 4 yd.-
Positively color fast extra wido
and in dozens of colors and pat
terns. Gingham has sci many uses
that it's always profitable to have
a few yards around the house
at this price yrepuro for those
needs.
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KLAMATH
GORPfiD ATlflMV
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Closed Armistice Day, November 11th.
MEN'S DRESS QQ
SHIRTS All sizes OSC
Through a special purchase
by our shirt buyer we are
able to ofcr you this Thurs
day a 31.50 shirt for only
89c. In new colors and pat
terns. A very suitable shirt
for all dress occasions. All
sizes.
89c
SWEATERS
Small aizes
Coat and slip-on style:. -in
plain colors. A dandy work
or everyday garment. 1.98
values.
LEATHER FACE
ft0!:.2...;.... 89c.
Leather-face canvas gloves
in either gauntlet or wrist
styles. Extra heavy backs
with full leatheer palms.
Recnforced finger tips..
UNDERWEAR
Ase 2 to 12.,
Heavy winter weight union
suits of a very high qual
ity. Long legs and long
sleeves.' It's just a leader
for one day 'only.' Supply
for the , winter needs now.
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WOOL SOCKS
2 for
89c
89c
Mens' heavy dark gray wool
socks that are a necessity
at this season of the year.
2 pairs for 89c. v
AUTO ROBES
Part QQ
Wool ;. vO.Ol?
Large size auto rcbe in
beautiful and colorful pat
terns, part wool. This is
our special in the bedding
department. Take your
choice Of colors and pat
terns at this extremely low
price. ,
BOYS' FLANNEL
SHIRTS CO QQ
2 for 0tOU
All ages in very striking
colors and moderate pat
terns. They're sure to bo
warm and every boy needs
theni for school, and for all
outside purposes. Medium
weight.
CASHMERE
SOCKS, 3 for. ..
Extra fine cashmere socks
suitable for wear at this
time of year. They regular
ly sell for 35c pair. In dark
gray only. All sizes.
89 c
89c
OVERALLS
Men's 220-denim ' overalls
in either, high or low bock.
Triple-stitched. This is a
Golden Rule bpecial and of
fered at a sacrifice price. "
BOW TIES
2 for
All snappy and dressy ties.
In dozens of colors and pat
terns. $1.00 values.
SEE WINDOWS
89 c
TSP ISaes-sf-CcW VAcCtfV-tafFl-S-ol
JL.
Comedy Shoes Aid
In Finding Ring
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(Continued from Pait One)
Tho aRtinta talked to l.amot
and Hun ortlwcd him tn'rll.nnap
i.f Ihi'ln n. Ihoimlt nntl.hiR hint
j happened. artunl- flmire. will rVah total ! SAYS ELECTIONS
A. anml e h ... 11,... ... I of v.ril mlll.nn .T.il. .v. lorn I
rested Chnrle. I). (loldberg. '' lt root" In the Antwerp dia-i ENDED FAVORABLY
A bin h a 111 Prank and Jullua Adler niond market and It reached Into , FOR SOCI AI ISTS
;o( Manhattan and lon Si-hola all pari, of the I'nltod tatr..
of llrnoklyn, diamond merchnntl."
innd Mra. nicka l.omrael.
I These people re charged" with
amiiKKllns alio.il N million dol
lars "tvorth of dnlinnml. I.itl Hie
T( IMIOltT MOltKllKS
Colombia la considering Im
pnrtatlon of lfl.ooo acrliiiltnriil dav by Vlrtor
arli'ki'ra trnin Hremlpn, ' (lernmnv. i-lialrinn.. of tho exe. iHIv
mlttcc of the Soclall.t party. '
"Ileaulta nt Reading, ( Pa., and
Duffilo. N. Y., ahow the upward
lrtnd of tho oolllt party,"
FleraiT Mild. "We have reached
tMII.WAl'KEK. Wis.. Nov. . i r the turn of th road and America
Pi Ri'Mll!. of Taeday'a lec- will loon Join th world wldo
(Ion. were viewed optlmistlcly to- movement of weatern clvlllied
MerRer, nntinnul , naifiin. fur the .iH-lall.t can...'
atid In. I Inn- Irnd It." , v .,