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MONDAY, itii ,,, ,UI
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
W. O. SMITH.
Published dally except 8unday by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Fall, at 116 Fourth Street
Entered at the postofflc at Klam-
nth Fall. Oregon, for transmission
through the roaltt at second-class
" K Ij k o t n A "
STAR THEATER ORCHESTRA
ADMISIO.V, JO and 25c
Kalcm 2-Recl Feature
"-Janitor's Quiet Life,"
"Her Faith in the Flag,"
MATINEE DAILY AT 2:80
ALL LICENSED PICTURES
. THE KLAMATH FALLS
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well aa first daaa service.
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complaint sad do not get Im
mediate attention, phone
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lleotlli iMii Nnluinl InlieHliinu I'n'per I'immI noil Hint) I m,, v
(III' lllllllllil Mill Mill' OpemlO I'lOpOll).
ii) int. it. it, ha.mem
No Rush for It, as It Is a Notorious Place
riu tiM u ) far the most perfect s)steiu of defeiuns lUtim , Mllj.
..I.i.... .. tii.l.tl. t. . Ltiiitt' It fal H ' U lllfli lire HmIimmI..I . .
J3, 101 1
Cat Goes Into Subway Excavation to Rear Her Family
Other Notes of Gossip and Interest from New York
AM) STOP AT
Weather Condition for February
Date Max. Mln. Weather
MAXWELL M. LONG
Suite 18 and 19. White Building
NEW YORK. Feb. 23 Nowlywed.
i hurt's jour chance. Any Intrepid
pair or old, for matter of that not
superstitious, and without "nerve."
can hao the use of a comfortable
apartment free of rent for one )oar.
All they hae to do to obtain :v dom
icile gratis, Is to lire In the Eighth
avenue tlat where Father Hans
Schmidt, sentenced to die In tho elec
tric chair at Sing Sing during the
week of March 23 next, murdered
Anna Aumueller, and dlsmembored
That seems like a small order to
All, to find a tenant among 5,000,000
CITY AND COUNTY
Members Oregon Association
A. B. LOWMAN
Rooms 11 sad IS
First NatiosuU Bank Building
Klamath Falls, Ore.
GEO H. HAYDEN.
Office. Room 219,
Odd Fellows Building
ELMER L. FRENCH
Fire Insurance, Plate Glass and
Automobile Insurance, Snrety
Bonds, Rents and Collections.
STAR THEATER BUILDING
P. B. Schotcs, Seattle; C. W. Aust.
Superior, Wis.; C. I-. Mosley, San
Franciscco; Q. A. Johnson, Sacra
mento; Leo Varnum and wife, Dorrls.
Saturday C. G. Merrill. Mrs. Ray
Merrill, Merrill; F. T. Nelson, Roy W.
Nelson. Keno; R. M. Colclough, Geo
Welssman, Sacramento; Joe Danne
baum, San Francisco; D. W. Ryan
and wife. Fort Klamath; J. A. Best,
Pendleton; George It. 1'hlnager, Dor
rls. Sunday A. P. Gyle, P. D. Conley,
San Francisco; R. O. Tompkins and
wife. Poe Valley; Walter E. Kline,
New York; Mrs. G. K. Bray, Bray, ll.
C. Hodges, Dorrls; Roy W. Nelson, F.
T. Nelson, Keno; C. R. Hurst, Port-laud.
Ject f great attention. Ilwidtvds of
mm. women and children ma) bo
seen around It nil day The) are
watching the iiuui pullltiK (' 1'i'Ke
ly (Ultl.TON TEN EYEK
(Written for tho United Pre)
when they meet one. Tho particular
nKviiix in cunrge oi me r.iKiiui an
nuo npartmeut house where Schmidt
held forth as n human butcher realise
tho necessity of returning from tho I stil girder Into plare.
promises the stigma Hint popular t Ami the men? Do they resent the
opinion nltachrs to tho place by rea-jaudlriicis Not a bit of It. They are
son of tho grvusome tragedy They aware of the attention they are creat
know that to mako tho flcklo NeWlng. and work the littler for It. The
Yorkers forget that tho apartment l i admiration of the crowd stimulates
a house of death and no story, all that I them, Just as It does theater actors
Is necessary Is to have It occupied for further up tho long and crooked
a time. Despairing of persuading any istrret Tliey work work faster, at
ordinary rent-paying tenants to take tempt ileitis of more daring, and feel
tho place, they have offered tho apart- In every llbtn of their bodies the at-
people for ono little apartment, but It I
has stumped one of the best firms of jlx nusl bo exorcised.
.'lannauan reaiiy agents, ino eipia-.
nnllAH It S I MS I .k X.ive X'nnla t. .. .
ment rent freo for ono year to any tentlou they attract The Impromptu
family who will occupy It. The boo-audience urges the workers on to
more spied, morn daring feats I.Ike
tlin professional actors, they can "put
nation Is simple. New York Is one who has wisdom? The black cat. ll OVPr brU,'r Un n "I""1"1 ll0",
of the most provincial towns In Amcr-1 i)0i,0a tho foro-handed obou feline., t,wm " W0''KI"e "empty benches "
ica, a "ruhe" town, to be brutal.
New Yorkers .ir nrlmltlrn nn,ll..rW , ,tn,i tl. ,nl,.i, r.i.t. i ACCoritlUK 10 tile latest nglir mere
sujerstltlons. In any Middle West
ern city of size, Chicago, Cleveland or
St. Louis, for Instance, tho fact that
a domestic servant had been mur-
Statlstlcs show that from two to
llllllllllie I'l WIHUl "! II"" i" " w,v ' uri in Illr ...
self-sustaining, sidf-rcgulatlng and ( (rum both illuesli.il ,ii,, iu,jrfc.
self iiH'iililiie umrhluo Health evlsls fund, nro loustiuill) being destroy
v holt each part of this machine Is To lumelit the. mitrnur- . i tr,11(
operating iiormnlly Health Is (lie er) opritlitg (torn the .,,1um0 ,'f
iiatuml rtimlltliili M gilnrdml by cetrn l!u, (
r.HHi umuiaii ! M,,;,!W ,"' m , " '' ' "-Jt mi.
The bod, .uml. the Mrl.m.1, ,, , (0 bm
food. .,,... few .imple food iu.l.rl.l.,( (M ,lM, v, , " .
which It usee a. fuel and to replace' J
.o.fa..lear.out I. mauufactu.e, OIJM
tho HUM to dlge.l this f-' ....-, felu .y,lBlll mamflr ..J , he
lit us im'.ir.lliii; In lb n IIUUI lit of food .... .... "'
- , ... . ihi uim. wnirn uer i
and run tint dUnase
ltriilUU for lledllti
rho tid) I built I., t., , hl ni
krep ltrf rl lit II...., . t,ft
r 4t im IllUrll food .,r trjIUU
loiiii or u oi uiimrro . .,n,t 4Kj ,,
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luall) and ltie4ae rmulu l.u, 1(
fte U due (tl ol.slrurllc.ii, 0 ,i
; normal work In e tif the v,i, 7,,
rilto dUrasn. on mutt rrllfin lkM
iobDUClliMa. Ibrtt Ihn bdf l!l tllU
It needs The Ititake of food under
normal habits of ratine Is Increased
or decreased by the demands of the
iippvtlte to inert the lined of Hie
hod) Win II skill U kept ncll br
good rare nlid proper rlolblug. the
.klu nerves regulate the burning of ;rou)lu, Urv f
u.e 1.NNI. u.r, .r,,, v. mm, , m , ,fi,( -r (rf
same ieuierniure iiurinc
weather condition Automatically
thn body tegiilates all Its organ and
all Its workings to inret Its tAt)lng,
The bod) poisnuis
Old papars tor starting rtr, Ten
cttts an armful. I'uiuo and get a
load W O Hmlth Printing Co
uered by man in a four-room flat
would soon bo forgotten, and tho flat.
If otherwise desirable, would be as
much In demand as if the tragedy had
oh, ye harrassed llarlemlte come
i-ilrlv nml niolil tlm mibwnv rush.
Ono scraggy and lll-fcd cat with ma- "r" ,7-"s leUcr hoxr ln lU"M Ml'
terual Instincts "from the night's plu'" h ,mVp "ot ' tr"n ll"ln,'Bl
tonlan shore" Invaded the new Broad-,hir ,ho ''ufnCpUr
way-l.cxlngton subway beforo ereu
t he ca cava tors had finished their work
and workmen found her fortyW feet lfour ,,,r c"" Industrial accidents
below tho street level with four kit
tons. Pussy, looking for a place
whoro sho might rear a family safe
But In New York H Is a different from the disturbances of the ash man
matter. Here, the world, whore race. I
Herald's Classified Ad vs.
tin l.Viulty. No Sii)
In the Circuit Court uf the Mate of
for the I'outil) of
1h north half of the i)uit,4,t
matter (Ni of Hi;v. th. tojii
half of lbs tiortheaal i)usrtr I SI,
of NEU ). the tl'Hlhril r1Vj,,Uf (;(
the suulliwrct iiuarter iM,lt &
HWif and part of lt io
rontatulllK It arrr, t.11 10 i.ofa,
thirty (30), In inwii.i u iLui) it,
(39) south of taiito nth ) t4
of the Willamette nicfUun 1.4
ultilut In alt two ImtiJftg ui
tnent)nte (311) artel taoft bt
and that tbellllt
and out of reach of the depredations
religion and caste are paramount, thei' twit feldo youngsters, entered tho FOR RENT
murder of tho Bohemian working girl new subway and worked her way to .,.
by n Bavarian who Is also a Roman 'tho furthermost southern end of the TO iu:.TK.,,.n hi.n.ir. .. tJ
Catholic priest, tho Schmtdt-Aurauol-Mlggings. Tho men found her there VlHI Valley, all under fence, about'
ler killing attracted attention entirely 'early one morning, complacently car- ,00 ncrM un,jer cultivation, nearly '
out of keeping with Its relative 1m- Ing for her four youngsters. Tho men no ,., ,,ow ..... -n.! .l
portance. New Yorkers quickly loso'nnd kittens Immediately became the be seeded In the spring, plenty of wj.l In the name of tho state of Oregon Tl
the perspecthe. and It Is not entirely mascots of tho subway gang, he men ,or i.ou- Ba (l.rn ' -,i ,rt.lU. j Vou. and each of you. ato hereby re Hon
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E U Arcraws, I'talntlR,
Atriander V D)er and Mawlc M.
Somen , alto all other persons
or parties, unknown clslmlng.ur any part tberof.
any right, title, ettate, lieu, oriof the pUlntirt thereto
Interest In the real rotate dr
scribed In the complaint herein J 3 Tlul )ou. and earn of m. U
Defendants foretrr riiuino4 and bsrred (ran
To Aloander V D)er and Mamfo M. .ertlilfi tut claim wbatnr la at !
Somers. also all other persons f.Aid Und. ur nit) part thciw.f xi
or parties, unknown claiming jirr.c to this plaintiff, and for i
any right, title, e.tate. lien, or ! other and further relief a to ll,
Interest In the real estate d ,' court shall s.cm meet, or a In 1t1)
scriwiij in ihn complaint herein ,ms) apt-rialn; and for his cu tU
Defendants .dlsbuisemrnls het.lu
This umlnons served br raMlrv
tberrlt In the Ktraltltf HrriU. 1
tnelr fault. The sensational news- sworo tnnt tatiby nnu her family (C0, , cll0()li Terms easy Apply apiar anu answer tha'dally itenpsMr of general lrtsU-
jiapera. confronted with a dearth of'snouiu riuo the nrst car to pass ... Ta.io u..w,r, ,in, ,e , "meimeu complaint nie.1 against )ou;tlon. published In Klamalb eostu.
Umatilla county. Ore.
more Important news, "played up" through the new-
the Schmidt murder, mendaciously ,w-ay.
substituting quantity for quality.
Schmidt and the dead girl were! "Tho whole world's a stage, and
pictured In every possible pose, their men are morely players." When ,
s'j&, Milton, i,. ,, , .... , , .--....., ,.. .-.,.. .,, ............. ...,
:-l3.3wksl '" ,,", ,,u,v,' " titled suit on or before j Oregon, by order of the ltooo4i
.....M.j. nir dim wit
'""''"--1 -r ''--ii-ii-ij-Ln.rjn-ij-i.fXfXsi
March,' VVm H Wnrden. roomy Judo t( uU
- 191 4. that blug tho last day of the county of Klamath, stale of t)f.
unio presrrmeil III Ilia order for pub- .arlliiK In the nb.ci.ro of Circuit loin
tlcailon of this summons, and If youjlimry l Benson, under and b) lru
past and future was dug up and por- Shakespeare said something like that f , - 1 O f V " n",wr. r ant therrf, !n( the authority by law in Mm testes'
V"w fU UUV "lX, Vws
trayed over countless pages. The re- ho had no knowledge of Creator Now
suit was that not a man, woman, or York, but ho know human nature and
child In all New York failed to learn spoko truly.
every detail, real and Imaglncry,
the sordid murder. New Yorkers
Tako pleasure In announcing that
jtbo plalnild will apply 10 the court 'm .tirli . made, dated and 6W
for tho relief prayed for In the i in .aid suit at Klamath Falls Ol.fH.
nmenuiMi complaint, to wt for
:arn spoko truly, ln tho big city today il,ry will re-o. thrlr Mllllnerrl? . . r"""'""''-' ln " W 'w ''' r of Februar) llll.
. of , there aro more actors off than on thot HuMm-m ,. Marrh 7i, nut have , "t", ""' nnU,tl ou ' W "tUr rjulres thai Mo
nro stage That is why tho big contract- changed their location to lia Fourth I , I " , l XU' r "l,hor "f ,qu' ,man ln ,;,,,, iU" ,"' l'H'nrJ ""
:ltu- ors never discourage tho congregation street. liimwillai.-ly Imrk of il.r First 1 T " C,,a,, f iM""1 bft' "k tor trlot of sU rontrcatlu
Nothing is quite as necessary as
Uie buying of what one cats.
Everyone Is interested in good
things for the family table. The
kind of Groceries one buys
make tiie greater part of the
meal. The meals one eats sure
the greater part or Good Living.
ir jou believe ia Good Living
(Equity No. 507)
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, in and for Klamath
Lulu F. Shephard, Plaintiff,
OsCrir f!. T.4.a nnri nnr. F T aa rL&-itilIn tO dO With thO hnrmlegft ani)lnnnnr,nllp l,nnn,l tnw tl.A anmA .!.., I- ., .... .. ... .....
. . . w, -. - -..- - - ..,.,,........, ...... .. ... nu..w m...,-,wiu Ycrjr iniesi ririiig ,l(MlrI In lilt-
r.nrfhnl. foerffptlv rnmfnrfnhln IIMln nntrt. ..ilnn I. I., tl.- ...I . .1.1 41.- I . .
, . ,... ua.iuii, 11 is .mi cuiuji iiiiiik in me parieu nnu .New vork Hats Flowers
ment where Hans Schmidt slow and .world to collect a crowd. Wags have Feathers. Ribbons. Veltels Malliim'
Imrlrnrf In !.. 1,1. tr...tln- ,. t . . ... .. . I. ' ",,l"'i .""lilies,
.....u .- ,..v. ... ..u.iub BvT.-.- uc"n Known to no ll on waiters oy . l.acrs. Anln nml Pnm vn ii
VAN RIPER BROS.
MRS. A. PETERSTFJNER'S
Not much silver,
But plenty to eat,
For two btt wesd
It can't he bent.
ISO Sixth Street
Local mwi apptan Ant in
Under and by virtue of an elocu
tion in foreclosure issued by the clerk
out of the circuit court of Klamath
county and state of Oregon, dated the
Oth day of January, 1914, In the
aboe entitled action in the circuit
court for the said county and state,
wherein Lulu H. Shephard as plain
tiff, recovered a Judgment with inter
est costs and expenses aggregating
the hum of $2,323.72, against the de
fendant, Oscar C. Lee; and a further
judgment and decree foreclosing the
mortgage therein and barring the
rights, claims, liens and claims of)
equity of redemption of the said
Obcar C. Lee and Dora E. Lee, and all
persons claiming under them or either (
cr any of them; I am commanded to
sell all tlieie pieces and parcels of
land, situated In the county of Klam
ath, and btate of Oregon, as described
in said mortgage and bounded and de-'
scribed as follews: I
All the south half of the north-!
east quarter, and the southeast
quarter of section 34, township 38,
S. R. 11 JS, E. W. M., and the north '
half of lots one and two, of section j
3. townshin 39. Si. I) 11Ii PWM
All being In Klamath county, Oregon,
together with the tenements, heredit
aments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging cr in anywise appertaining. !
Notice Is hereby given that on tho
26th day of February, 1914, at 10'
o'clock a. m at the front door of the .
court house, in Klamath Falls, Klam
ath county, Oregon, I will, in obedi
ence to said order of sale and execu
tion In foreclosure, sell the above de
scribed property, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy the
plaintiff's Judgment, attorney fees, in
terest, costs and disbursements and
costs of this sale connected therewith,
to the highest bidder for cash.
C. C. LOW,
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon.
By GEO. A. HAYDON, Deputy.
heir to all the nrlmlthe suncrstitu-
tions of all the races that go to mako of crowds obout new buildings In pro-, National ll-nk I . lo l" m,uu ""eribsd ln,wr-rk Tim date of the first publlw
up tho conglomeration of humanity cess of construction. Here, whoro nil, The now Spring floods nr arriving' iT complaint, being that, lion ..( this summon. Is Febrssr)
In the greater city, and consequently streets are constantly filled with I dally, and by opening day tho stock I , " 0, ,rco T Parcel of laml. at... loin. 1511
not one .New lorkcr win navo any-"crowds, coming from nowhero and will bo complete nnd will consist r ' , '" "K u'ng in mo county of U'M II HIlAW
rorv lnt.st ,.,! m.-i-i. i ' " aio oi Uregou. and' AltTIIUIt II U
perfectly comfortable little
heart, Anna Aumueller.
But real estate agents aro prac
tical men. They have no sentiment
and no superstltution, but they know
a stone wall of hard prosaic facts
simply standing still and staring nt
nothing. A new skyscraper now go
ing up on lower Broadway, destined
to have tho largest Door spaco of any
building In the world, Is dally tho ob-
Klamath and stain of Oregou. nnd
particularly described as follows, i. '
Attorneys fur l'ltitiff
: 3-10-I7. :i h
n I YaTT f I !!
neai wire or uenerai viua
w at4mr'-'if-$i,m 4annnnnn J
vry Itrm of which will bo up-Io-ltie-,
nunuio nowiity, nnu oery thing that!
Ik dcHlrable this season In Paris and'
New ork will be represented In our
Every stylo will bo nu exclusive
one. This will apply oven lo thn pop
ular priced hats. There will bo no
23-Ct GERTRUDE & CO
MONEY to loan.
f-17 Main street.
In ever) line of Int.lnns ei-rlrine I. i.lmt iimhr efllrlrnr) ll
N "llll great pride Hint Me ran Irultifoll) .Into Urn I llie illHrrrtil
ihlMrtliieiiU of ,,ur ,M.Mr, nre nuilinge'l by men of esprrlrme,
l.'MHrl.i,,,,! ,M)rri, etwrlrturil butrhrrv, e.erirlirrl rullri,
eperlenre. snlr.iiien and e-tliiueil it. IUir)ion nil roinl.lne
t" Klw. )i.u the benrlli of ihrln-nii lenr). Think ihl. oier when r
lerlng )nur .iippl!,-, fr ,,, U,p
KLAMATH MEAT COMPANY
WHY PAY commission lo tho real os-
tabu agent? If you are interit.i
In Klamath Falls, nnd want to bv
good located town lot cheap, commun
icate illrertly with tho owner V 1707,
Klamath Falls Herald.
Vnil UAI 1. !..! . . ..
"" nun gaiieu sauuis mnro,
gentle; will sell cheap If taken
soon. Hi-o Geo. W. Ilradloy. 21-6t
Henoru Villa, the real wlfo of Gen
eral i'ancba Villa, has been with him
at Jaurez for some time. This is the
first picture ever published of her.
While Villa bos been marching over
Mexico spreading devastation, sho has
been at home.
It Is possible that she will become
the first lady of Mexico, for Villa Is
i.ovv tho strongest man there, except
President lluerta. Within throe
months ho has taken more territory
and won more battles than all tho oth
er insurgent commanders. While Car
runza is the ostensible bead of tbe la
surgont movement, ho baa been over
shadowed by tho, man who took
Jaurez, Chihuahua and OJInaga.
lC-lnch Body Wood
1 Cinch Limb Wood
i-ft. Body Wood
4-ft. Limb Wood
Leave Order at
Hquare Deal Store
Cor Hlrtli and Mala
P. C. CARLSON
is U in tbe Herald T
You may find it in tbt Want
H Promnt Seroir i.i n
... . ..,. rvctinuiiillJIC f-rice.i
I W.O.Smith Printing Co.
t issssss " TJ
I Good Printing
It. I Fourth St., between Main antl Klamath I