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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS. OREGON
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By MARGARET MASON
have all things narmonloaa
Aa nack as she to able,
Im home and dress and everything
1 aesthetic Mabel.
Aad ao they'd ba la rythm with
Rtr nifty tardea aaiocka
The tonl blooms la her tardea were
Stock, hollyhock aad pales.
NEW YORK, April 22. When yon
etand In the midst of yonr tardea,
whether it be a sunken Italian one or
a raised rainbow box, do yon waat to
look the fairest flower of the lot?
If yon do, It'a Terr simple. Maud.
All yon need Is a smock of becoming
hue, a wide, floppy straw hat and
one of those fascinating; garden bas
kets raised on a lont wicker stick.
All your tlnnlas, gladlolas, be
gonias and cinnas will simply droop
their heads In the face of such a rav
Surely Mand Mnller must hare
been thns attired when her Judge
lingered a bit ere he rode by. Most
any good Judge nowadays would do
the ssme. Beginning at the top the
crowning glory of the garden outfit
is the hat; aad Its only essentials
are that it be big, floppy and beeom-
Those of the cane chair seat weaTe
are smart, bound in a color to match
your smock, with a twist of the same
around the crown. Peanut straws,
leghorns, panimas and loose grass
woven hats are all lorely; and wide
brimmed ones covered In flowered
cretonne or awning stripes to match
your skirt also are good.
If you want to go in for oriental
gardening the artistic coolie hats are
perfect, but If you top yourself off
thus you will haTe to taboo the smock
and awning stripe skirt, for garments
modeled after a Chinese woman's
coat or skirt. Otherwise your out
fit would not be in perfect accord ac
cording to aesthetic MabeL These
Chinese effects really are the very
newest sprint crop of gardening gear
and most original.
The awning stripe skirts this season
are not only the broad stripes of a
bright color alternating with white.
like we had last year, but revel in
riotous array of colored stripes in
fear or At hectic hues, like a Bakst
ballet. They all are very short and
fall aad button down the front with
either yawning slashed pockets set
Is gay with palaL a oalr of shears
and your garden gloves.
Adorable watering pots blooming
with hand painted nosegays, aad
rakes with well decorated handles
are a few other Indispensable acces
sories of the fashionable garden.
Oh, yes, and there are quaint and J
practical garden aprons, too, the best conventional
model of which are the newest. Is
of striped material bound In a plain
color with a bib and straps over the
It is long so that you may stoop
In the wet grass without dampening
your skirt or your ardor and yet at
will It buttons up to a desirable short
ness and by this act turns itself Into
a capacious pocket
Henry B. Walthall, who appear U
the role of Jack Craigoa, the modern
cave man, ia Eseaay's It act photo
play, "The Misleading Lady' the
drama by Charles W. Ooddard and
Paul Dickey, which swept the country
a short time ago, has successfully es
sayed aad rendered a characterisatlea
wholly new to htm. The part at CraJ
gen Is a dlmcult oae. Aa the play de
velops, he changes slowly from the
So open up your garden gate.
Besmock yourself all up to date.
And seeds of lote will quickly sow
In hearts of all who see you so and
in either side or puffy poached ones
. The artistic willow baskets set on
their long sticks come in either
natural coloring or may be stained
to salt. They contain of course the
most fascinating collection of gar'
tearing toels: a trowel whose handle
C. R. Miller, Mgr.
"Graft,- Fifth Episode.
"Cade Sam at Work."
"Mettle of Jerry McGalre,"
J 0 avMTS
Scandal at Sea."
1 awfSiant Bluebird Photoplay
Photo founded on the popular story
"The Land of the Broken Promise''
A thrilling story of Taqul Indian
Life in Mexico. ,
a la Carte,"
One Part Comedy
s of Easter
are in evidence
all over this
place. Come, look
and admire. It
may be that yonr
visit will remind
you of something
you need In the
For rest assured
if there la neh
a need you will
find It represent
ed here.' And of
a quality and at
a price that must
With the Lenten period ending to
morrow, local social activities will tee
a big revival during the coming few
weeks. Several affairs are being plan
ned, and others nave been tentatively
One of these is a dance to be given
during the coming week for the bene-
nt or tne candidacy of Miss Waive
Jacoks, the popular young lady who
u Klamath county candidate for
queen of the Portland Rose Festival.
Klamath county'could secure an im
mense amount of favorable advertis
ing through naming the queen and
king of the carnival, and the cause
b one that should be supported by
every local booster. Votes can be
purchased at the Commercial Club.
The proceeds of the 'coming dancing
party will go toward paying votes,
so those attendlnr will not only spend
an enjoyable evening, but will also
help put Klamath Falls' candidate
well up in the race for queen.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Cofer on Sixth street, was the scene
of a most merry gathering this af
ternoon, when Mrs. Cofer entertained
a number of youngsters at an Easter
party. A program of vocal, and In
strumental numbers arranged by the
children, an Easter egg hunt, special
Easter games and the nsual Juvenile
games and romps were indulged in
with gleeful abandon, and a dainty
luncheon of edibles dear to the ap
petites of kiddles was served by Mrs.
Cofer, assisted by Mrs. Leslie Rogers
and Mr. Philip J. Sinnott. The little
guests were Zepha and Jean Rogers,
Elizabeth Ramsby, Helen Hamilton,
Freddie Goeller, Margaret Cummings,
Ethel Carlson, BIHIe Hayden, Nellie
Elliott, Waive Withrow, Helen Wirt,
Edna Dunbar, Ruth Cofer, Dudolph
Jacobs, Rollln and Gertrude Cofer,
H. C. and Delphin Graham, William
Mason and Howard and Elizabeth
Little Burge Mason, Jr., was host
to a number of friends at a party given
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Burge W. Mason, on Crescent
avenue, this afternoon; the guest list
being Robert Worden, Jennie Del
sell, Blllle Delzelf, Billle Mason.
Charles Johnson, William Maguire.
Herbert Wilson. Joy and Joe Evans,
Richmond Hard, Faith Kimball and
Beatrice and Catherine Walton. Af
ter several hours were Joyously spent
In games of various sorts, the chil
dren enjoyed a sumptous repast, the
table being especially decorated In
keeping with Easter, with the rabbits
and multi-colored eggs much In evi
Preparations are being made by the
ladies of Sacred Heart church for a
May dance to be given Thursday eve
ning, May 4th, in Moose ball. The
dances given by the Catholic ladles
have always been highly successful
and enjoyable, and a number of novel
innovations are planned for the com'
slightly moody aad extremely dis
trustful of women, into a polished
brute, consumed by the flamea of a
desire which Is the stronger for being
repressed for so long a time. Wal
thall, in the photoplay, has become
Identified with the characterization of,
a dignity, tinged with thoughtfulness J
and often verging on melancholy. He
Is the poet of the screen and the por-i
trayer of poetic emotions. Big things.
elemental things, patriotism, idealized.
love, sacrifice, ambition of the Mac-
beth type, those are the things which
Henry Walthall has pictured In the
past. But In Cralgen, he has a nor
mal modern man, who has been push
ed by his nature Into the wilderness;
and the waste places. But the prompt
ings of this nature and the emotions
that It engenders are hidden beneath
the conventional exterior. Such Is
Mr. Walthall's versatility that he wins
a distinct triumph in playing this
part. He has shaded it so that one
doesn't find It hard to believe that a
girl who flaunted a man, should be
captured and held by that man. who
used cave-man methods to win her.
This photoplay will show at the Star
THE NEW SILKS
LONE PIKE LOCALS
Married, at the Washington house.
Klamcth Falls, Tuesday, at 3 p. St.,
by Rev. Jenkins, pastor of the Chris-'
tlan church, Henry Semon to Miss
Hazel Burnett, both of Lone Pine dis
trict. Mr. Semon is the "spud king" .
of Klamath county, and lives at Para-!
dlse ranch, five miles northwest of,
Merrill, on the hill road. Mrs. Semon j
Is a charming young lady from Jop-1
lln. Mo., where she has been employed '
as stenographer in an abstract office
for the past nine years. She came to
Klamath last summer to visit her
parents, who came to this county
some two years ago. That Mr. and
Mrs. Semon may enjoy a long life of
happiness Is the wish of their many
7 1 1 U asReaa
Exquisitely deigetj a WligfttfuJ in Mw
schemes. Bold wide Wp aad plaid, with tUitii
patterned taffetas. Novelty auitiaft, BaataUas...,
striped and checked coanbiaatioa silks, soinuet Uffefc
satin striped taffetas, striped tub silks for waUlint aai
ihirtings, are all here in wonderful array.
Have never Oen so attractive. There are black aai
white checks, dashing, it is true, but very new; dart
Roman striped fabrics and saaall brown and white, black,
and white, gray and white, green and navy check are
being used extensively for suits and one-piece diasaas,
For coats there arc tweeds, poilu cloth and velour aai
wonderful awning striped gabardine.
Quality the Highest
Prices Very Reasonable
STILTS DRYGOODS CO.
WHERE THE LADIES SHOP
"Battle Cry of Peace" Here Mon. and Tues.
Mlzs Ada Semon Is
week with Mrs. Enman.
Superintendent Peterson visited our
Orandpa Tallman came oyer last
week from California to visit his son
Grandma Storey lias been visiting
at her son Lon's the last couple of
C. Q. Hunt expects to plant eight or
ten acres of spuds this spring.
Mrs. Allan Stansble and daughter
made a flying trip to Klamath Falls
George Sbell expects to re-sow some
of bis fall wheat.
Joe Foster went to Klamath Falls
Thursday afternoon on business.
There have been several prospect
ive land buyers In this vicinity this
spring, but so far no deals bave been
made for sura.
James Stansble and family called
on T. A. Cregan Sunday afternoon.
Miss Laura Hemllwrlght visited
Sunday with Miss Murrel Stansble,
and the two of them attended Sunday
school at Plevna.
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2 ACTUAL BATTLE SCENE FKOM "THi; 1IATTI.K CKY OF PEACH" i .L
Lot No. I, block 101. fill Mi
Lot No. 3. block 101, fill, M fi
Lot No. 10. block 101. ISO; ttfl
14 Ne: 11 and tvr. Wfo'M.
f 3.000, at 110 per moat
Lot No. 10. block 711. ISOvM'tK
jirr ItlOlHh r
t So Agewi. Addrra
jVM Uf4JIK. KLAMATH PA1I
tiriMllili sail U3th
"IIATTLK CnV OF PFJsOi
Tin- World's Gfcsteit Plctaff
THE .VITEn IK WKtt"
"The Battle Cry of Peace"
H. H. VanValkenburt Is sowing
considerable alfalfa this sprint. He
will soon have his largo ranch all la
A. Talbot sure steps around these
days. Ho says he wants to net a
good example for his boys.
Hear the new Easter records to
i.llit at Shepherd's, next door post
Baltic Alfalfa Best for Eastern
Oregon. Write Baltic Alfalfa
Growers, Bums, Oregon l-4t-e
See "The Taqul," at the Orphans
Sunday and Monday. It
ORGANS COMING BACK
Many people realize that an ordinary flayer cam
at more mneic ot of aa organ than aano; Can
yon afford to do without nraslc la year homo waea
ao have good used organ oa tenas, as law as S
esatsaday? OaU at once aad look
Shepherd Piano Depot
Next Door to Poetoffke
shown Monday aud Tuesday even
ings at Houston's opera house, with
a special matinee Tuesday afternoon.
Realistic battle scene and methods
of Yaqul Indian warfare, at tho Or
pheus Sunday and Monday.
Accurate information about the
Klamath country. Ask Chllcote. u
I a Atf am tin. MkAAli aaa -n AS
From present Indications, the sec-" """" '"", ""?'"' ; "n,a .
ond production of "Th. Battle Cry i prod.uc ,on ,.w,th tb,B combination I.
of Peace" In Klamath Fall Is to also I touch "' motion. '"ay
draw record-breaking houses. The1. hf B"d,ence. ,nt ursu of laughter,
stupendous nine-reel Vltagraph Blue'Zn.,, ."',.,.' T ,7' lo
Ribbon feature Is easily the world's ' ---'' "'" ""i y
greatest fllmatlzatlon, and the treat
production was the topic of conver
satlon for some time after iu ex
bibltlon here In February to a pack'
"The Battle Cry of Peace" deals
barehanded with an Issue vital to
the nation's future preparedness.
Through such able men aa Hudson
Maxim, General Wood, Theodore
Roosevelt and others. It tells of the
need of preparedness, and after mak
ing comparisons between tho military
and naval forces of this and other na
tions. It shows In a story for Just
what a foreign foe could do bora.
The filming of the destruction of
the American fleet, tho wrecking of
New York and the defeat of the
American army after a gallant stand,
and the driving of the populace, ter
rified aad homeless, from the cities
is a marvel of modern picture mak
ing. It Is a heart gripping story,
vividly portrayed with a groat moral
lesson to soften tbo feeling of what
"might bave been."
Besides the wonderful etectlvoaeea
of the picture, a still greater touch
of realism la to be given hy the Peer
less orchestra. This favaffto mtuleal
ooaanuatlon has agsJs
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On Easy Terms: S par coat down aay.
menu. Interest at 8 per ceat,
Lots 397, 398, 399, 400, 41, 406,
400, 407. 408, 408, 410, Mock 110,
at $250 each; payable at IB par
Lots 396, 403, 404, 411, block 110,
at 350 each, at 17 per month.
House and lot No. 401, block 110,
?900 at 10 per month.
Lot No. 069, block 116, ftOO at 17
Lot No. 1, block S00, 1160, at-17
House and lot No. I, block 100,
uoo( fio per month.
House and lot No. IS, block 101,
1700, f8 per month.
Lai no. t hinxv an at .
ninn T Amr mv -- ' "' - - m
m.jj bnic j.u i;l.ASSIKY 612.50 per month.
Lots Nos. 4, II, 18, 14, block til,
THE MISLEADING LafT
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at the Orpheus. It
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Ireuv, m ao jj0r noma.
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MODERN FURNISHED rooms at tba
Clalrmont, 4th, near Pine. 22-3t
LOST Small black coin purse, con
tslning flO. Finder leave at Ward
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MONEY TO LOAN Arthur R. Wll-
Lot 7, block 817, 9100, at 99 par
LoU S, 9, ltf,
1 5 per month.
Lot No. 9, block
Lots Nos. 11, 19, 19, 14, sleek 199,
9200, at 99 per month.
Lot No. 1, block 809, 9999, at 99
block 117, 9999, at
303, 9990. at 99
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