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MONDAY, AI'IUL 8, lit,
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS. OREGON
Are You Prepared for Easter?
We Invite Your Inspection of Our EASTER OFFERINGS
Men's Fine Spring. Suits, Furnishings, Spring and Summer Styles in
Headwear, New Creations in Walk-Over Shoes
Don't buy your Summer Clothes until you have teen the values we are offering for $15, $20 and $25. All the new
models Norfolk, Patch Pocket Outing Style, Box Suite and English model. Clothes from the House of Kuppen-
heimer, Clothes from the Royal Tailors. Outfit your Easter Wants at this big store for men.
The South before the war! What
engaging incidents may be conjured
In those feudal tlme3 when family
hate burned deep Into the vengeful
heart and made good men brutes and
murderers because of traditions they
must obey. By attending the Or-
LOUISE LOVELY in
"THE GRIP OP JEALOUSY4
pheus theater tonight, one will be
awarded by views of "The Grip of
Jealousy," the most sensational film
of the season. In which are embodied
Incidents, based on fact, that show
the tense and dominating passion of
hate and Jealousy, contrasted with
the sweetness of woman's lore and
Tonight and tomorrow night a
great two-feature bill will be shown
at the Star theater for the usual price
of one admission. By numerous re
quests the management has decided
to show "Hypocrites" as a return en
gagement. This wonderful picture
will be remembered by many and Is
classed as a leading production. "At
Ray," a Pathe Gold Rooster produc
tion in Are reels, featuring Florence
Reed, will be proclaimed as one of
the best of these popular features.
These two live-reel features makes a
program you can't afford to miss, but
you must come early as but one show
will be given. "Hypocrites" will be
Brighten up your home Inside and
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of Army Shown
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This expedition Is only an excursion
to punish a bandit. Tet we are com
pelled to ask as a favor the use of
the railroads to keep our forces from
United Press Service
U. S. ARMY HEADQUARTERS.
OUBLAN, Mex., April S. "American
army aviators in Mexico are encoun
tering conditions never faced before,1
said captain Foulois of the aero
squad. "The Sierra Madres create
shifting winds and dangerous air
pockets? The land altitude of one
mile In the air, as they are only equip
ped for a maximum altitude of two
miles. Despite this, and despite the
rough landing places, there has been
no serious mishap. A land altitude
of nearly two miles, which we will en
counter further south, will undoubt
edly test our men and machines to
WORKER FROM COLLEGE FINDS
MUCH INTEREST AMONG BOYS
AND GIRLS OF KLAMATH OOUN
Much interest Is being manifested
In the Industrial club work In the
schools of Klamath county as a re
sult of the visits being made .by H.C.
Seymour, state leader for this branch
of educational activity.
Mr. Seymour In his visits to the
schools, explains the work contem
plated, and the possibilities of club
accomplishments. He leaves the or
ganization to the school, pointing out
that organization should be affected
only where there are plenty of "stick
ers" to carry through the plans out
Thursday, Seymour visited Klamath
Falls' schools, and Friday, he visited
the Summers, Miller Hill, Mt. Lakl
and Falrvlew schools. Friday night.
he held a meeting at the Spring Lake
school, where he gave an Interesting
illustrated lecture upon the work'. The
school was crowded to full capacity.
Besides Seymour's talk, County Ag
riculturist H. Roland Glaisyer talked
upon the school fair plans lor the
coming fall. A program, was Tender
ed under the direction of the' Spring
Lake Parent - Teaches" association.
Mr. Seymour's program for this
' Monday, April 89:80, at Pine
Grove; 10:30, Otene; 1:15, Dairy;
3:00, HUdebraad; 8:00 p. m Bo
nanza, evening Illustrated lecture,
Tuesday, April 49:30, Upper Poe
Valley; 10:80, Shasta View; 1:80
Malln; 3:00 Dale; 8: p. m., even
ing Illustrated lecture at MerrilL
Wednesday, -Apry. 59:80, lone
Pine; 10:30, Midland; 1:80, Plevna;
vv 00 p. xn evening illustrates lec
ture at Keno.
Teachers are .asked to Invite pa
trons and parent to be present at all
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"The business man in politics" Is
soon to exemplified, when the boom
of T. Coleman du Pont of New York
and Delaware for the republican
presidential nomination will be for
Blrs. Ham Better.
Mrs. George Hum, who has been
111 for the past three weeks, la
to sit up now.
Earl B. Veghte of the Sportsmen's
Equipment company. Is out again af
ter an Illness of several weeks.
In from Oleae.
"W. R. Brotherton, a well known
resident of the Olene-Poe Valley sec
tion, Is In the county seat today on
South to Meet Bayer.
H. N. Moe, of Moe Co., left yes
terday for San Francisco, to meet
representatives of New York firms
and purchase additional Easter stock
for his ladles' and misses, ready to
New Dodge Owners.
The following local people have re
cently purchased Dodge cars from
W. T. Sblve: Chester Avery, Mrs. M.
J. Beebe, W. P. Johnson of the Klam
ath creamery, Henry Stout and H. F.
Stuckey of Pelican City.
P. C. Carlson, who has passed np
the purveying of slabs and block wood
for the tilling of the soil, was In to
day from bis ranch, the old Mendea
hall place, four miles from Klamath
Falls. He figures on buyicg an ad
Joining tract in a few days.
J Jacob Mortenson, father of oar own
H. D, Mortenson, and a hoary stock
holder In the Pelican Bay Lumber
company, Is her from Otk Park, Ills.,
for a short visit Mr. Morteasoa Is
also Interested in the Ira walsa will
soon erect a big sawmill at Mlvertoa. '
Mr. du Pont la said to desire the
presidential nomination. Hie friends
bellve he has a chance and they are
arranging the second choice, support
ventlon, It was asserted today, as the
"favorite son" of Delaware.
HEARING IN RATE
CASE ON FRIDAY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION TO
HEAR COMPLAINTS OF LOCAL
PATRONS OF THE POWER COM-
According to Mayor Mason, the date
of the final hearing In the complaint
lot the city of Klamath Falls against
the California-Oregon Power com'
pany will be held Friday at the court
house here. Questions of service and
rates will be investigated at that time.
Any persons believing they have
grounds for complaint along these
lines are asked to confer with 4ther
the mayor or city attorney before that
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Furnished 8 or 4 room
cottage. Notify Herald office. 2t
WANTED TO TRADE 8 room house
and 2 lots In MUU Addition for now
automobile. Address Gust Carlson,
Box 1076 8-ft
C. R. MJUer, Mar.
The Bluebird PbotopUy,
"THE GRIP OF JEALOUSY"
Louise Lovely and Lea Caaaey
A Five Part Story of tho South before
"OPERATING OX CUPID"
One Part Copoir
At the Pavilion Meetings
Yesterday was the greatest day so
far In the Mathls-Veasey meetings be
ing conducted at the Pavilion, a total
of about 1,800 being present at the.
mree services, a uiuumvui wiiu
nlng among the men of the town,
quite a number having already decid
ed to lead the Christian life.
The morning sermon was taken
from mo scone recoraea in it iiui,i - ---- -
6:5-7. where the sons of the prophets 'loch to that subjoct. Ho said thnt
undertook to build a house from the they might go mil upon tlio Hlroot and
beams cut from trees cut by tho River
Jordan. While they were doing this,
the ax head of one fell Into the river,
and he cried, "Alas, my master, for
It was borrowed." From this the evan
gelist got tho idea of the keen edge of
Christian life and Its lots. In begin
ning he took occasion to condemn the
churches and people who will live In
fine homes, have fine schools and pub
lic buildings, all good In themselves,
and worship In any old kind of a box
called a church. He said there were
various ways that one might lose a
keen edge. The handle might get
shrunken in the warm weather of the
summer and the ax be thus lost, as
when church people leave church on
Sundays during the summer and take
excursions Into the country, and by
fall find their religious life dried up
so that It takes halt the winter to
got them back Into normal condition.
The main part of the sermon was
based upon the fact that three wedges
are necessary to keep an ax on Its
handle a large center wedge to
keep the ax on, and two smaller
wedges to keep the center wedge In
place. The three wedges were prayer,
Bible reading and christian activity.
Prayer Is the vital thing In the Chris
tian life, but neither It nor Bible
reading will keep a Chrlstlon life
without activity. Church members
lose the keen edge because the preach
er does not happen to suit them, or
the church Is not sociable, or they
don't like the plans of the church, or
they are continually moving from
place to place. At the close of the
sermon quite a number who were
church members but not affiliated
with the churches here, came forward
and signified their intention to send
for their certificates of transfer.
About three hundred men came out
to bear Mr. Mathls at the meeting for
men only in the afternoon. The aer-
This Is IT
The Baby Grafoaola hornless talk
lag machine for all the music of
the world and moat of the fun of it
places it hi your home, and tho
easiest of monthly payaseats
makes It yours. Buy this model
now and exchange It toward n
large cabinet Grafoaola la tho
fall. These extra low terms dar
ing oar dab sale only.
ale closes Wednesday evealng.
Neat Door to Postoasee
mon was upon booso and tobacco, and
the hearty applause showed that tho
sentiment of tho meeting was with
IlooBo was coudemnod
in strong terms, but tho evangelist
laughingly tnlil that ho fell ho could
not hit many of thorn that way any
inoro. but there wan one way ho could
get at them, and that was on tho to?
bneen habit, so ho dovotcil most of tho
condemn him for speaking on thnt
Hiitijcct, but that wouldn't do anybody
nny good, whlto hla speech might help
nomo, an ho had them beat from tho
start. That ho did aomo good was
ctldenred at tho clone whon ho asked
tho mon who did not uso tobacco to
come up and give him their loft hands
whllo those who did uso It but would
agree to quit should glvo him their
right hands. Most of the men present
shook hands, and a notlcoible number
gavo tho right band.
In tho evening Mr. Mathls proachod
a very strong sermon from tho text
found In Psaltns 39:7: "And now
Lord, what wall I, for? My hopo Is In
the." Tho subject was "Kxcusos."
1 "I'd go If I woro sure I would
stay by It.'' Such n person was com
pared, with an engineer who found
his englno ready with coal and water,
but who refused to start bocnuso ho
bad not enough for tho wholo trip.
Ho is foolish, llo will nover start
that way, but will start and when he
neods moro coal and water will pull
Into a station and load up.
2 "I'd go If I foit llko It." God
has given us a block on our shoulders,
and In It a llttlo gray mattor, and he
oxpocts us to uso It. Here tho speak-
or emphasized tho fact that Christian
ity Is not feeling, but principle Feel
ing Is only a result. Tho general
character of tho evangollst and tho
meetings was horo brought out uucon
sciousiy, in mat they are not emo
tional, but aro simply conducted upon
common sense principles.
The third excuse Is tho inconsist
ency of Christians; that is. those thnt
aro hypocrites. Ho said let a man
talk all ho wants to when ho makos
this excuse, and ho wilt always como
back to the starting point. Such poo
pie reason In a circle Comparing
such persons to birds that feed upon
carrion, ho said they flew over tho sin
cere Christians and sottlod upon the
carcasses of hypocrites. "Thon you'd
better como Into tho church," said
Mathls, "for if you don't, you'll have
to live through eternity with these
hypocrltos." Tho audience was fre
quently convulsed with laughter at
the witty sallies during tho first half
of the sermon, but at tho close Mathls
gave a very vivid plcturo of the cruci
fixion that qulotod tho audience and
deepened tho thinking. A largo num
ber offerod thomsolvcs for tho Chris
tian life at the cloao. Altogether
about 100 have so far given them
selves for Christian service.
The music was a groat feature of
the services Saturday and Sunday,
The male and female quartets, the
duets and solos, togothor with a new
feature In the malo chorus, rondored
the special musical numbers.
There will bo no services tonight,
but Tuesday tbe regular moctlngs will
To make room, we are closing out
our line of traveling bags, suit cases
and trunks at cost.
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property and farm lands. Ask
8IIIPPINUTON NIUKUam I
The Wood Itiver llnor Masut U
still on tho ways, but will toon belt
commission, nccordliig to Captalo J
A. ! Taylor.
Shlpplngton Is the prwent abodtof
a hypo-ilcmntlciil mutypliyslctl tut
dox. It barks nil nlciu, .loop, n itJ
tries to hlto pcoplo IioIwho tlaa!
and still has time to ateal everythlag
that ntilU Its caiilno timic-it nd y
Its owner saM It In muzzled,
Tho big forty-foot walking tarn
recently InxtallrM m Hnint rin,,A ...
t Ifitttt fn.i. .!... !. nl. ..II n...i
rw, !. I, tuv n hi oaiuruiy iqo
yostordny, to the Intonia Joy of tho
load of young Indies It carried.
ICvery rcli!ont of Blilpplntton tod
vicinity who Is Intcroitcd la tbe Im
provement of tho Hlilpptngton road
should nltond tnnlr.lit'M mtttlni of tbi
City council. There will be a pttltioa
there for thu propurty owner to alga,
and the support of tlio other cltltou
Is groatly needed nt t tits time. If the
mm! Is worth anything to Shipping
ton, it's worth a llttlo effort upon cor
part so lot every tnnn bo tt ths coun
cil chambers tonight.
There woh an onjoyablc dsncUi
party hold In tho dlulne room of Cap
tain Parker's rathskeller 8tturdar
evening, tho occnnlon being tba birth
day of Warren Ileiinctt. Ths party
was well nttomlcil, and all tbe tuMti
onjoyed tliomsolvo.i Irtiuinsely.
Captain Parker lias bouibt ths
steamer "Annie Laurie'' from Its 1st
owner, Captain Guthrie
Llttlo nrtlclcs for llttlo pooplo t
It - WILM8-JOUNBT0NBC0.
Miss Allco Knight, a dcaconsn of
tho Kaatorn Oregon Kplacopal diocese.
Is hero for a two wcokn' visit. no will
hold services at tho Library Club tall
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thunder
afternoons. Tho regular Lenten aer-
vIonNvllt K hnlil nt 1.30 WednSMIT
afternoon. Tho Qulld will moetattbe
homo of Mrs. Dora llrldges a."
Friday mid tho Junior Guild wllljjeat
nt tho homo of Mrs, 3. Kdward Mar
tin Saturday afternoon,
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