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THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
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LEVI STRAUSE OVERALLS. THE PAIR......................
HEAVY GRAY OR RED RUFNEK SWEATERS. EACH
HEAVY FLEECED LINED UNDERWEAR. THE SUIT
FINE WOOL SOX. ALL COLORS. THE PAIR
MACKINAWS. ALL COLORS AND GRADES .............
GOOD HEAVY ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR. THE SUIT
$2. $2.50 to $5
REMEMBER WE CAN SHIP THE DAY THE ORDER IS RECEIVED ANYTHING YOU WILL NEED
FOR WINTER WEAR—WILL PAY ALL POSTAGE OR EXPRESS CHARGES AND GUARANTEE
WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY WEEK FOR PRICES AND l.'F.SCRIl »TIONS
SEND US THAT FIRST TRIAL ORDER
K. K. K. STORE, Leading Clothiers
GOT AN EXHIBIT
LIBIA' CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
AS AN AID TO BlSlNESs
CHICAGO, Oct. 13.—A "Do your
Î Christmas shopping early" campaign
movement with a double purpose was
launched here today by the Consum
ers' League of Illinois.
"Business everywhere is so slack
IF SO. SEND IT TO THE CHAMBER that we are trying to get everybody
to do their Christmas buying early, to
OF COMMERCE. SO IT CAN BE
prevent many working girls from be
SENT TO PORTLAND BY NEXT ing discharged." said Miss Elsa Wert
heim. secretary of the league.
, "If we can get people all over the
(country to do their Christmas shop
ping now, or at least to get started.
The final call has been issued for ,ireeent trade conditions will be stim-
exhibits of Klamath county land pro- ulated, and there will be a steady
ducts to be exhibited at the Portland flow of business until the first of the
Manufacturers and Land Products -vear' when ‘»•»iness conditions should
return to normal.
Show, to be held in Portland from
“This may save thousands of em
October 26 to November 14. All ex- ployee, particularly girls in the de
bibits must be at the Chamber of partment stores, from being discharg-
Commerce by Monday.
ed. Of course it will also prevent
Already there is considerable dis over-working them later in the holi
play gathered, out if this can be made day season, when the aching and fral
still larger and better, addition ex lied nerves of the shop girl makes
hibits will be welcomed. Each speci Christmas anything but a time of
men is to be labeled with the name of gladness and good will."
the grower, so that all will receive
Plans of the campaign include
visits to heads of department stores
The Chamber of Commerce would for their co-operation, placing the
also like to have full information re- question before women s clubs, and
garding acreage, yields, etc., in con- the movement,
tbe position of placards advertising
nection with the exhibits.
LARGEST ITEM OF THE MONTH
WAS THE COST OF DRAINAGE
1‘IGSKIKN ( HÄHERS
I R MTK ING H ARD
Although schools are closed owing
to the teachers* Institute now In ses
sion. there is no cessation of work for
the football candidates at the Klam
ath county high school. They are tak
ing advantage of the vacation to de
vote their afternoons to strenuous
The first game of the local season
will be played a week from Saturday,
»lieu Ashlaud high school will line up
against the local gridiron knights In
the first round of the Southern Ore
gon championship struggle. Much in
terest Is being manifested in the
gamet aud there is talk of asking the
business houses to close during the
time the game is on.
NEWS FROM EUROPE
IHh CAPITAI» OF THE M1l<l\s VOW
EACH OTHER—HOME ARK TRIVIAL. Hl T Al l. AHE IATI (II ->f.
ING AT THIS TIME.
» VANGKI.I h T’ h TOPIC AT THI
< HKISTIAN < III Kt II <»N WED-
United Press service
I take In all of Wals« and Mouui- uth
LONDON. Oct. 1
< By mall Io shire
New York) Baroness Odi-rstrem.
who In public life la Madame Adelina bntled Press Service
According to the figures on the pro-
Mr. Swender spoke last night on
LONDON. Oct 1. (By mall to
Patti, Is much put out by reports
Ject ledger, the cost of operations on
sent out of Austria about alleged at New York) The queen, attended by the »ubject. “What la a Christian?"
tacks upon herself and her husband members of her suite and by Herbert He introduced the subject with th«-
the Klamath project for September
Samuel, president of the locsl gov declaration that the “disciples were
was 38,206.60. Thia Is divided be-
“The reports were greatly exag ernment, paid a visit to the head called Christians first at Antioch" by
tv.een building, operation and main < HRIHTION (HLIU'H WILL
gerated." said the singer, who recent quarters of the Belgian refugees at divine flat, and not by the hesthsh In
tenance during coastritdion. supple
HOLD ANNIVERSARY SOON ly arrived from Paris. “Some stones Aldwycb, and the great encampment
lie gave the fact that ev
mental construction, operation, distri
Her majesty er« other usage of thia word "called“
were thrown at the hotel which we at Alexandra Palace
bution system maintenance, and mis
Sunday marks the fifth auniveraary »ere staying, and some hostile feel- took a great Interest In the plans that
ill the New roelamml bears that *lg
of the establishment ot the Christian , Ing was shown against some foreign are being carried out for providing
iilflt'Hino aa proof
The largest single Items are the church In Klumath Falls. The occa ers, hut It was In nowise iiersouallr for the comfort of the refugees Sh<-
A Christian we I'uusldsrod In a
talked with many of them, express
costs of operating the excavators on sion Is to be observed by special ser directed at my husband or myself."
relation, First, the Chris-
ing her sympathy for their slate A
the digging of drains. Excavator No.
initiation. l'ha Initiation la
1 entailed an expense of (1,720.48, ranged follows:
LONDON, Oct. 1,- ( By mall to company of Belgian Boy Scouts acted
The Scripturae Illustrates
and the cost of operating excavator
New York)—A Welsh army corps Is a* her escort at th« encampment
the Initiation Into the Christian life
Special music, Mary Short.
No. 2 was 12,071.13.
to be formed at once.
with the acta of adoption, naturalisa
11.00— Morning worship.
nitely made known today, when It
PARIS. Oct. IS. —With a rouvoy of tion aud birth. The Immediate pro
Special music, Augusta Parker.
1 EBICLES CANT
was announced that a meeting la to be wounded just brought In here was a
Sermon, “The Marks of Jesus," held here soon of leadlug men to plan pretty work girl named Eugenie, who, corn by which thee«' acta are conauin
TURN IN STREET
mated Is through faith in Jesua
Evangelist C. F. Swender.
'the formation. I.ord Kitchener has attired In baggy red trousers aud a
rcn.’eaalon of that faith, a re-
With a view to lessening the dan I2;00—Basket dinner.
given his sanction to the plan, which red ''chechla,*' had followed a Zouave
pent a too from alu. and a baptism Into
was first suggested by Lloyd George. regiment from her homo town of Bag
EAT U>TS OF APPLI»;
Jesus Christ One I* a Christian only
An executive committee with n nolet, and with a rule on »houlder
THEY' ARE CHEAPER in the streets, the council last night
lu the extent that be haa done theao
passed to its second reading an
chairman will be appointed for the had marched off the Marne, where
Second, u Chrlallan In relation to
Duet, Mary Short and Laura Bice . work of carrying out the recruiting she was wounded Hhc la to be sent
'amendment to the vehicle ordinance
WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 14.—
past. present and future, lie la
that prohibits the turning of vehicles
(Units now in course of formation will bark home, but swears that she will
Apple dumplings, apple fritters, apple
u pardoned criminal, not having paid
Messages from absent members. be absorbed by the corps, which will go to the front again.
except at street intersections.
pie, apple sauce, apple cobbler, in fact
the penalty for ills sins, but forgiven
Future Outlook, Elder 8 D. Har
Owing to the frequent violation of
every apple concoction known to
lie la dead to sin Thia was llluatrat-
this part of the automobile ordinance,
man. except possibly appte Jack, ought
ed with a grain of wheat. VV’hen put
Good Fellowship meeting.
ths section is given In full.
to appear on the menus from now on.
Into the ground It dies before It
Duet. Mrs. Daniels and Elder Har
”... All vehicles approaching
ALL WOMEN ARE URGED TO AT- according to a bulletin just issued by an intersection of a road, street, alley
brings forth anew, Its death Is a
the Department of Agriculture.
chemical reaction, n dlaaolutlon of Ils
What the State Expects, (’. F
or public highway with the Intention
TKND SESSION AT THE WO-
Apples are going to be plentiful of turning thereat, shall, in turning
physical fibre and a complete loss of
Its former Identity. So the Chrla-
MEN’S LIBRARY CLUB TOMOR this year, and in addition to this, a to the right, keep to the right, and in
Mg falling off in the exportation of turning to the left shall run to and «>:30—Christian Endeavor,"A Saloon
tlau mual suffer a «plrltual reaction,
aples to Europe is expected as a re beyond the center of the Intersection;
a dlaaolutlon of bla sinful nature, and
less Nation, led by Prayer Meet
sult of the European war. Europe and in no case shall any vehicle turn
LOTH OF LETTMIM III GAUGING a complete loss of his sinful Identity.
annually imports 2,000,000 barrels of on any road or street or public high
Christianity means separation from
Special music, Karie Montgomery.
In order to intelligently study the American apples.
sin Aa to the present he Is a new
way (excepting alleys) at any other . ' . 30—Evening Worship.
proposed new laws, to be submitted to
Special music, Mr. G. A. Haydon
“The problem of distribution will place on said road, street or public
POI RING IN-a-OHEGON TEACH creature; us to the future he Is an
the voters next month, a meeting of prove to be more complex this year,
heir to the promises of God.
Sermon, "What Must I Do to Be
highway but at Intersections of roads,
the women of the city will be held to owing to certain conditions resulting
EKS’ MONTHLY INTI RESTED
Saved," Evang* list C, P. Swan
Third, a Christian In relation to
streets or highways, and when mak
morrow afternoon at the Women’« from the European »ar," says the de
character and conduct must be one
ing turns, vehicles shall observe the
Library Club, beginning at 2:30.
partment. “Both the growers and rule for turning as set out in the
who la walking worthily of the voca
The meeting is in charge of the dealers are urged to view the situa-
While the present Ideal weather
Much interest Is being manifested tion wherewith he la called. His life
first part of this subdivision, An CITY BOOKS TO
legislative department of the
for alley intersecting a road, street or
BE GONE OVER lasts, the city of Klamath Falls Is in the county letter writing contest must be consistent with the life and
Club. The measures to be voted the disposal of Europe's usual portion
going to make strenuous efforts to by the Klamath county school teach character of Jesus. Some people
highway shall not be considered an
upon will be discussed Impartially.
The city’s books are to be expert- -tee that all sidewalks are placed In
in other ways. It is suggested that Intersection at which a turn may be
must be content to be Chrlstlaus slm-
ed. Advertisement for blds for this first class condition for the winter. ers, following an explanation of the* i ply In conduct. This 1s the “moral
with judicious handling the demand made."
' A form of notice was submitted at contest and the prises, etc., by Secre man " It Is not sufficient. He must
work will soon be published.
at borne may be increased and the
1 uesday’s council meeting, aud ap- tary Blower of the Chamber of Com-! be a Christian In all respects.
merce thia morning.
tively fair success to all."
TO OPEN SOON councll many times of late, and at the proved by the council, and it will soon
In addition to (i.e publicity the
Sidewalks as follows are asked
The office of markets of the agri-
will be given In the local pa.
for by Mills Addition property own- cultural department urges exporters
to carefully watch the movement and pastime, Is to be revived in Klamath recommended the preparation of a ' ty along which the sidewalk is in any pars, I he Oregon Tenchera’ Monthly
way defective will be ordered to make bus also agreed to publish the win
West side of East Main from Home assure themselves of steamer space Falls. The Pavillion rink, corner resolution directing calls for blds.
The expertlng Is to extend back repairs. In case he does not com- nlng letter and the photograph of th*
avenue to Orchard avenue; north side and a demand on the other side be-
Fourth street and Klamath avenue,
of Vine street from Owens street to fore making shipments. American Is now being put In shape for an early over the city’s record for the pasi ply with the order, he Is subject to winner.
arrest, fine and imprisonment, and
East Main street; south side of Vine shippers are also advised to try mean*« opening.
the city may proceed with the work
Ed Wakefield and Jess Hunsaker
avenue from Mitchell to East Main of stimulating the demand for apples
and make the cost a lien upon ths
street; north side of Reclamation in Latin America and in the Orient, are to operate the amusement feature. MAR TAX EFFE«TH
I’. <’. ('.till,HON BRINGS EJECT
avenue from Division street to Mitch- ft is suggested that by co-operating They are making a number of Im
1 An added Incentive for the repair-
ell street; north side of Wantland , m ith the department of commerce ex provements, and are now re-levelling
WASHINGTON. D. C , Oct. 14.— Hng of walks is the fact that after a
avenue from Division street to Sixth; tensions of trade in these countries the maple floor of the spacious room
south side of Eberlein avenue from can be accomplished.
senate that the pending war lax bill to make repairs, he, and not the city, Joe Bush of Connie Mack's uggreR.i
Division street to Mitchell street;
“For the benefit of those who may DENTEM GERMANS
Is held liable for any damage that (Ion haa It over the balance of the
CAPTURE OSTEND will raise 3106,400,000 annually.
east side of East Main street from not be disposed to exercise especial
If the reduction in beer consump-' might result from any accident memhera of the Athletics In one re
Applegate avenue to Sixth street; care in handling the crop,” continues
spect, at any rale He was married
LONDON, Oct 14.—In an official tlon continues as it has for the past caused by the defective walk
south side of White avenue from the bulletin, "on the ground that it
thia afternoon to Miss Sylvia Me-1 Alleging ihnt li t: Hhlpley has
Division street to East Main street,
will not be worth while, the office statement today the war office denied few months, McAdoo said that It
New IT, H. (‘oniinlMioner
Mahon, u pretty little 18-year-old «Inin h g«d his property to the extent of
The walks are to be six foot board of markets suggests It as probably be the report that the Germans had cap would reduce the total to (90,498,000
C. 8. Baldwin has been appointed Philadelphia miss.
walks. The resolution is being drawn ing true of this year that not only tured Ostend.
$Z.>0, I* ('. Carlsou hits brought suit
United States commissioner for Mo-
Further dispatches from Madrid
proper handling, but also great dili
up by the city attorney.
against Shipley for damages in that •
doc. The appointment was made on
Hlilp via Bend
gence will be required for effecting report as untrue the word that Por Mrs. Beckley Improves.
amount, and also for the ejectment of
Mrs. J. L. Beckley, who recently the request of Superintendent Fuller
For ths first time heavy shipments Hhlpley from the premises.
tugal had declared war on Germany.
Edward J. Hall, "father of the long ustlsfartorlly distributions.**
It says further, however, that underwent a surgical oiieriitlon, In of the Bldwell Indian school. This of cattle from the south, notably fron
distance telephone,” and a vice presl.
The property Involved Is the site
The federal reserve board approved Portugal is preparing to place all I rapidly Improving She will soon be is a move to suppress, If possible, theithe Silver Lake <11strlet, are to bo where Hhlpley Is now operating a rock
dent of the American Telephone and
Infernal whiskey traffic with Indians, made from Bend, commencing prob- crusher, near Hankn Hpur. The rock
Telegraph company, died recently at, the plan submitted by the committee i her armed forces at the disposal of able to leave the hospital.
-------------------------- and G* ose convicted In Uncle Sam’s ably this Friday, when between 700
of bankers headed by David R. For England, wherever and whenever
Watkins, N. Y.
Is being UHed In the Third street Im-
I.--------------------------------- court will find that a sentence means and 900 head are expected here for provetnent project.
gan of Chicago, for the collection of a necessary. it is reported that the ** 0,1 H,< k
There are over 1,500,000 more wo $100,000,000 gold fund to meet the mobilization of the troops Is already j Henry Boivin is confined to bis punishment, not a soft snap In our forwarding to Portland
home by an attack of heart trouble (county jail
1 under way.
'American obligations abroad.
men than men in the British Isles.
Herald want ads bring result«
WOMEN MEET 10
CITY SIDEWALKS CONTEST TAKES
TO BE REPAIRED