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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1919)
Wcv itiunttny Herald
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,535
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1919
Price, 5 cents
FRENCH SAID PLEASED
WITH WILSON'S VISIT
I IS BACK TO NORMAL
GERMAN WAR RELICS
, SAVED FOR MUSEUM
Tin F.nneh people nm very on-j
, tl.usli.stlc iibout President Wilson hi..;
lug In Friinrt!. according t Lieut..,!
mull II. K tint or Mm Forestry mc-
llon wlin him written of llu matliir to;
i J II (Jin i i-tl or tlilN city. Iln miyn
Unit tin President visited IIiii plnci. i
whore lin wiih iiiiiili'H'(l, (('liiiii.no.it) i
on ('In ImIiiiiih ilny. Mr. Ontx describes
The school attendance thrnout I lie
County which wns considerably lower,
when tli a sessions wore uK'tlti re
Miiniixl, on account of tho Influenza,'
linn now roue-hod a normal stage, with ,
tho exception or n very fow plucoH, c-;
cording to County Kuparlntnndnnt, .
Every Union Man in Clty-;- Body Is to Be
lloh lliililwlu, who was for a long
time Police Chief In Klamath full
tiutt Just returned from Beiittlo, when;'
Maintained in Future
I'll hi United Nice unit Monte
Will Walk Uut I '"ri. The weiuhi-r then. Im delight-: lectcd by Sheriff I
- , tul much like southern California,
Lieutenant (letz linn no Idea at
NPWSPAPERS SUSPEND l"'M"'t " whcn ho will Kot buck
1 1" lh lulled Hliitef. 'ROLLS TURNED OVFR ,10 hB" t,0"n 'or ll"' PsC "vo months, 'ii AMMONn m AT HFAri '"B the four years'
Hnd says he Is mighty glad to Ret j
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY'
OF OCCUPATION, Feb. 1. Hii
inets or every type worn by German
officers and men during the war arc
being collected by the United States
Receiving Commission for the War
College In Washington and the mus
eum at West Point. The collection
for each also will contain swords of
various kinds, rifles and revolvers,
breast plates worn by Merman snipers
and other styles of armor, gas masks,
an In fact, a sample of nearly every
thing excepting the heavy artillery
, brought into use by the Hermans dur-
;suein to '
Eddie Hi "' Seattle Will I'r.ilmlil)
It.' Tied l'l TIiUI-mIiI) ll II IteMlll
nf it t.lgiintlc Walkout May III'
IMiihIiiI Iii Other lifnlltle No
SCAITI.K. Fob. .1.- Kwry t'nlon
man III Health' will walk out
g.,iir.i sjtupaihy strike for ship,
milkers Thuisdi.) morning, It Ik uii-
'I'll i' I'lilon Lender liolut In intend
I lie strike lo Tiirniiiit and other IoohI
I tint The strike roin.nlttei. Is pre-
(League of Nations May En
ifRAGEDY IN FRANCE
runny partv iiive.v in hot,
si'iii.vtis viwterdav ron
back lo Klamath, where he can see
tho aim shine. He was employed In '
n lnwif limtril ..ulfa1i..u)ittti.nt u'tilt.
llHrcnT of cr Kcnit).FIr Tlious-' . .... ... '
1 In beattle. , ,
nnil Dollars Dcr Aivmmrnt of , He reports that the "Flu" situation '
lu.t Year-Nmrly Srvcn Tl.ous.;4" 8catt,,e lmH ,,cc" very B,!rio,,8 a1'
I though It is now much Improved. !
anil Dollar Collected on Trail-' There were an averngn of about '
-lent Stork lllg Hum for Houik' tnty deaths a day there for three1
OigiiiilJilioii Mcellng lit Merrill Vc.s-
terilay In Well Attended Members
Enthusiastic Out Prospect Pro
posed Legislation Against Slieep
ineu lo He Fought.
Klamath County will have over a
leave roit franci:
VOIWi! LADV WHO Wll.l. SOON .half million dollars when tho taxes
for this year arc paid In, according
1 to Assessor J, P. Loo who turned 1
j over the tax rolls to tho Bhorlff this
Hi honor ..I Miss Adelaide Damplor, Th( our, f(.1rc8 ()f thB ,o '
WOMAN ON WAV TO VISIT HER,
SON IN CAMP IiKWIH MOSI'ITAfi
Troop Train on Way- to Ilrc5t With
Vankee Hoys F.n Koulc Home, It
Wrecked In Collision with German
Ijornniotht Klght are Killed and
THOYES, France, Feb. 3. Eight
IS KILLED AND FKIKXI) INJUK-' LTnltei states Soldiers were killed
KD WHEN CAIl UPSKTN
It Is who Is soon lo leave for hospital
... ...l ,1... la.l..u
litlllllk l' it'VH till) niiini'in, n in Willi IS KOIIIl III leave lor IION1III1II m nnA ma ,i ..i.i.i. . ...., l
, oii,.'.ih, 'in luiuuion 10 wnicn i
,., ... ........... .. .......,., M..K.. ,worK in hranci. a lunci.eon was given' ...,,.., cn ha nUo touectcd Mj
ami liiliig It to it speedy lavornbli. by Miss Alia-MrCi.url mid Mrs. Itosn. vr., -, f, ,f.i, iu,.,v ki.. .I'IjANH
,,,,','1""ln" ! To. rty of tho Klamath Devodopment K tit total up to $'524,tr.0.0C. ''
Street car men l I walk out an. Company al tho home of Miss Mr-; rMn ,' 1llKe nctcaHQ ovor ,a8(
,-..,..p,,p..r. may... ... suspen.l Con. I at 73B I'nrlllr Terrace ycsler-' .,. .,. , , c00l,,m, w
IMihlliatlmis as the lypogriiphlcnl day iirternoon. A delirious luncheon $449 00O
fnmn has o.e,l to go out They ' wM seived by the hostesses nflorj AVMlth0r ,.cn a,,noUtltt.8 wa ,,.
hnM. a.ked II... Internutloual body to wbich .....sic aH oiiinl riirnUlifd )rmniy sioB.noo of the money
,"",r",1",ll ,"w'-" Nllew.il hy dirreronl n.eml.erH or tho parly.' ,,.,,, ,,, voar w, be ,,,, for
iiihi win iikiii nun khh men iii 1.01 -run parly later altemli'il llie show al r0H,i llliri,oses n
! and thirty injured when a troop train
j conveying American soldiers from
I Chasmont to Brest collided with two
' German locomotives standing at th6
The first step In whnt Is to "prove
one of the biggest assets this city 13
to Imvfl was taken yesterday when
the Klamath County Wool Growers
Association was organized at Merrill
It la lliA f.litcrrtu't.i tf t.io nhns Ihsil '
the' Herald has under way for the SA,'EM' Feb- 3-"Mrs- P"er Han-1 Station at Montlenmey near here.
1 full development of all of the re- i sen was K,lleQ ana "" "arry "'" ,u" u,e" "er" u 'ne'r wa 10
sources of Klamath County, and seriously Injured when an auto In , Brest to take ships for the United
AUK IIKINfi MADE JJV .. ., , . , hn ; which they were riding was overturn- States. The dead and Injured were
. ... ..,.. i ..,i ... ,ha led on the Silverton road last night, i taken to Barsuraube.
CAHTAI.INTH TO TAKE OVKIt " hig things In this count) the Hansen had four sons In the
: .i.,.i.in.n i.nv., i.oxi ImMiw.a,. in iho , Mts- ansen nao lour sons in me
uwiuivr: lioAli i-'ltnM !. ... ... r, .. ..i.ii.i army. She was on the way to visit LONDON, Feb. 3.-
......,.,,.. ..,-.... . ...... ....... luuhlum Uiill nao no iiiiiiiiuiv 1
I'Oltl) TO lll'TTE V.UAM
purpose tho effective organizations I onc who had r,ecent"r return f,rom , l submarines as warships may be
of every factor that will have to do I France and who was wound in a decided upon by the League of Na-
MKDKOIlt), Feb. 3. Art oHcr of
, with tho welfare of the entire coun
j The meeting of tho sheepmen was
Camp Lewis hospital, when the ac-j tlons Committee during the com-
ml Ihnt ftl.nrn will l.,t
K ""I- ! the Libel tv Thi'.itri'. The follnwlim 1 ...,,.. ... ftnn ...a. ...... ,1270.000 tins been made by A. L. . ... ..... 1. i....j.i 1 YO! INfl .TAP fllRI.
An fi, h i.rl.M.tin.til .iv .' ,n, .,. III..4 . tn.... .4..1..1.1.. 11 ..... ' t,in .. i bn I....I .. w...i i
,,r'"" ' " " ' '- n'r" IT"....., .m.ss a.iui.iiiiu n.ii.iur, . T , ..,., ,.lo 8,,mmrv of the roll " n"U '"Dr """' men ui muu- on .. flg . nrei m narv Rten..but when
i ing week, according to the Paris cor
respondent of the daily" mall. It Is
now believed this understanding has
been reached by President Wilsoi).
I'.. .Muling Hoar.' head today np- Miss Ma.y Deggendorfer, Miss Twlla . .... i.,, nv.llnhlB within rfnv nr .un ! ford for the purchase of tho Pacific ,,, ,,,, nf ,nn m(,o(.(? wnB px.
;....:. I.. Il.c ..in, to return to work. Head. Miss Agues Leo. Miss Edna,,.,,,,, haH bcc flnny chccke(, & Eastern railroad property. Tho or- planed and purposes sought to ho ac-i
"" " "" "' " ii.ii.ii' ior n , wni.s, .miss woroii.y weeKH, miiw ovur I icr ih now miner consideration uy rini,iRi,P.i .i.iiliT.stonrl those oresent
. ;U.e bondholders, according to . r . were fnle(I wJth enti1Uslasm for the I I
TAKES STATE SPOUSE I Colonel House, General Smuts and
! Lord Robert Cecil.
HUNS KICKING :
ON T II
Mary lllelli, Mm. Jule Harlow, Miss
Alice MrL'ourl ui(d Mrs Hebo Torrey. !
; Turner, receiver for the company. work t0 ,le done nll(1 IlsIsted on an
TOKIO, Feb. 1. The "marriage I
to Buddha" of a young woman of tho '
NATIVES OF WEST
HKCONSTIUfTION COMMISSION j The road waM offered for sale fr , .
I I'HOPOSKD IN IIKAMl'IIK TODAY ,$300.1100 ,on,0 months ago. Propos- whlclt wa8 effectu(, by the election of j ' '"l", ,J ,!,' "', ,h"'
i nis l.avo also been received tor the Kugene M. Hammond as president , , ," " ' " T," """ , A ,
itatlvo purchase of the rails and other por- aml c. (!. Mcri.ni) spcretary nn trcas. ! Household Department and
k..vA &.. aainMPkf
ArKHA AKC M1DC.KO. SALEM. Feb. n nopresontativ
IKI.eldon has Introduced a bill
legislature today creating a commls- local pnoplo purchase the line, the (ls committee bn constitution rnd
glitter of Prince Kuj
i.ni.n.v F..I. t ,.T1... inmnllnir i r nf. in.i ,.nn..ir. ' mroivnr win i. rnnmoiin.t i.. ,.i.rn.,i . . ., .. J'oung woman s neaa was snavea tn
" """ " . .vv....o..M- --- - .- .- !- niiaws: m. i: iiarry, Jierrin, wauiui
Imhll.H of the natives In West Africa ion legislation for submission to the offers made by scrap dealors. O.n at (jodsel. Lakeview, Hugh Falvey, Mor-
Is causing much ilirric. illy among in-'people. tractlvo offer comes from Interests rii Hn'Kh J. Marshall, Klamath Falls,
terosls trading In that country. As . , about to establish n line In this Orient. , jp,.'rv McCarthy Klamath Falls and
lllllM.'l I Vl.l.'lio
- ....,. .!. iirr ,inr. ..i.inii. .. .,, ,. . , i , ., .. .
soon us a siiimiy in silver is iei iiiosn . i uneraiion 01 ine roan was bus-. m,.i.. n.,. r.m
IH'Oi: I'ltOTICST AOAINST HE. " dlsapiunr.s. Purer money ha been I'ANSIMI HEADS ; pended Thursday night by order of. Tne 1resi,ient and secretary wer
, Introilured In ono pound, ten shilling IMIOHTANT AVOHK tho federal court. All employes of instructed to'send telegrams Jo R"na
IMi DIVIDED l-'HOM OEIt.MANV. and two shilling i.oles but the native i i tho lino with tho exception of C.eorge tor Btldwln and Kenreeiitat"lve
,ls not keep for these and much pre-1 PAIUS, Fob. 3, Socrctary Lan- V. Nellson, general superintendent. Merrymun and Buidlck, protesting
jfniM sllvei Now thn experiment Is slug has been unanimously elected have been pnld orf. The Pacific & against tho proposed legislation fqr
iieii.g ir.eu .11 issuing oi.u sii.iiiiik presiuoni 01 1.1c cu.iuniiieo on ine re- r.nRie.n is aa miles in lengtn, extend- .),,, recul'itlon
.MANS MEETINOS HELD
COIILENZ, Feb. 3. Mass meet
lugs pri.teatliiK against any proposed prohlnm will he largely solved.
earatlim of the lthlnelai.il from
Cnriuiiiiy won. Iielil uuontly In Colli
Kfie umler the auspices of (ho league
if freedom r.ir llie Oermai. Itlilne
dlh Iris. A reiolutlon passed by the
meetings, a copy of which him iii'ieh
d the American orriclals hero, say.s:
"Tl.e thousands or Ithlnela.ideiK In
Cologne an. rirmly deterinlned to re
main aiticluMi to the (leniuin nation,
''he InhiibltuulH or tho Ithlne pro.
vlme are hou.id to die rest or tier
"imiy hy ttoM or ,,., duration and
I'liHlnecs Any atLiiek made on Hi.,
milou hniw !.(.!, .s anil other OermauH
" violation or our fundamental
flKhlH. To separalu any pin or this
province r.0111 llmmany would ruin
ll'e biiHlnesK and social orgnnlialloii
r Hie pail airncind.
"We liilii.bltantH fir Hi,, Khluoiiimi
'"" firmly ileliirinllicil to oppnso Hep.
Iirii.liin ,,r ...
" " ' pans 01 ine proviiico on
uul constriction of
notes which will ho legal tender and Mponslbllliy or tho war. tho first moot- ng from Medford to Huttc Falls. Ad- Krazlng sheep and to bring tho matter
If tho natlvo takes to thorn, tho Ing of which Is bolng held todny. j vices state that the local committee . i, ,ii.,nii nl ,, .11.. nnn.
of bankers In ehnrge of tho proposed 0f Merrill and Klamath Falls and 'he
In the meantime the West African'
Curieney lloird Is buying as li.uoli .
silver as possible and shipping It hy 1
every tileinuer to West Africa,
FINAL Sl'KFUAOE AMENDMENT
purchase of the line expect assistance Hon.d of Directors of the Klamath
irom timncr owners in ine iiutte w..... iv...,.., i....i..h,-.,
.kra,a .. -inw.t.iv tvfi 11 liltl t oui o lusuiiiiii'ti.
u.ir. in r,.i-r.v inu piimimi Falls torrltorv,
U. S. SENATOR
WASHINOTON. I). C, Fab. 3. ipXJ DII I Ull I OPPN
Tho sonato woman surfrage resolu-NEW B1LL WI.LL OPEN
A resolution was unanimously pas-
ted thanking the Evening Herald for
I Its attitude towards tho sheep I.idus-
... ..t i.-1 ....... k 1. ri. ...... In n.il.),.
Hon will ho called next Monday, and, LAND TO PROSPECTING .. ,. I Zn.:Z f '" Z 3
a flnnl voto bo obtained, If possible. , ;
11 w t'tiui ia luutviiih iuuiu M'wturm
lit Is believed that tho result will be
Di:L.lli:S IDEALS Will WHICH, U)NDON, Feb. 3. Tho Htrlko
fovor In tho United Kingdom Is
spreading to London. Soveral strikes
I'HESENT THOSE OF CITIZENS nro now threatened horo.
HE IS WOIIKINO DO NOT HE.
. ' for It the recognition Its Importance
WASHINOTON. D. C, Feb. .1.- ,0 ,, , (iomi)ms Tl0 HeraW
The house and senate conferees havo ;vs as0 mni,e tho offclaI r of
agrocd on an oil leasing bill by which ., nrcnnlzatlon
I r.O.OOO.OnO acres of oil. mis. coal and . ..
iv (Uti'tT liltlTAIV ' ' 1 no next ineeiing is 10 ne iioKi Min-
11: """"" sodium phosphate public lands may , ,-,ny 0Vl.nlllB Kobrllnr. 9 at tho nale
i.u uW..u .u ,....,.t-i.i...K U....V. .. Sc)0ii,ouse, when everyone identi
leasing and patent system. . fU(, wjth ,ho s,uoli llulustrv , UlIa
(ilCTS (iOOD NEWS
Hob lluiibaker Is fooling fine today
as the result of a wlro tolling of tho
WASHINOTON, D. C, Fob, 3.
11.., i,,f. 1 , .... .. ... ' """"" i, address mion the prompt con
i-bi of ( v . n" rron' ,,n elusion or tho poaro treaty and the' safe arrival of his on Jes In New
Mitlsfled win. ,.,. , . .iiotuin "f tho tioopa rron. ovorsous
"t luiiii .11 g.iveru-
York. Jchk l.ns boon ovcrsoas sor-
j pari of the state Is requested to bo
VISITS KHOM LOUELLA piesont. as matters of vital import'-
1 I a.jco to the Industry will be taken up
T. H. Wllkorson, u pioneer stock- ' acted upon,
man of Klamath County and his son,! '
Eugene Wllkorson nro In town look- DlSTl'ltHANCES AT
Ing after business today from Lorclla.'l VIENNA SKIJIOVS.
They report that stock In that section j
Is doing very well, owing to tho mild
weather, but Htato that the need of I
LONDON, Feb. 3. There are sori-
"wit haH.id on such se.iirnton and
" resort lo any menus lo piovent
'"h violation ()f ,)lr r,B, f Ht,r.,,.
tiiriitf ...! 1
...,.,, aim our prlvllogo or re-
mnltiliiK (iur.nan. Wo eU ,, all ,..,! "f American people or hoI.Uo.-b.
"" Piiniiw to adopt tho hiiiiio p...
b"iii In tholr platrorniR."
Hniiutoi- IIiiIh or Mnlno today derl.irod loe for a numlior of months and will ',,.... , mnsl .,.., nt .. ous disturbances at Vienna. Thous
that he did not bollnvo tho Idoals for ho mlglity giau to boo nia many Umc
which Prosldent Wilson was contend- Klamath f.aitB irionns again
lug, wen. II. oho of tho vast majority
CITV COl'NCII. MEETS TONIOHT.
FINK OI'TI.(H)K Will WIKII,.
Shoopmoii ruporCthat tho stock bo
lng wintered In Klamath County are
Tho regular ...cellng of tho y , comlwK ,,. , flno ihapo ond tt flno
DIVORCE KUIT I'lLED.
nnds ofunoiuployed uro parading the
streets and .pillaging the homes.
COLLECTION SI'lT FILED
Tim first nioo'llng or tho' Hoard of
' rectors of Hie'Kluinutli Irrigation
" "in uniior uio now iiorsiniol will
"e noil 11..,,. 1......
Council will bo hold hero this evening
ni ilm r'l.n.ii'll I'l.nnilim 111 tlin Cltv .
, n 1 1. 1 horo.
..ail. 11.0 pu.i.ic in hmumiuj iiiyiiu.i
to ho present nt this meeting,
crop of wool next spring Is predicted
MAItltlAUE LICENSE IKSOED
A iiiiii'i'luir.i lIcei.Ho has boon Issued
hold I11.ro tomorrow, 'Mutters of to L. E, Tlinyor and Miss Edna L.
OALLICD AWAV HY ILLNESS
Alleging thut he has boon deserted '
for an oxlendcd tlmo by the defend. : Action tor foreclosure on Klamath
cnt. an action for dlvorco Has been , County property to satisfy claims to-
I Instituted by Monro Clyburn fromM""K $23G3.20 Including $230.00
I Mary Clyburn In tho tifflco or tho I attorney fees, has been filed by N. H.
uogiie, thru his attorney Charles J.
Ferguson against Charles Murray,
Clam Murray ot nt in tho ofrico or
1(11 ....! ... I '
"........nro regarding tho work or tho
coming year nro expoctod to be
'""light up at t,8 tinio.
.Vnlir hy County Clork O, It, DoLap.
lloth of tho young people uro from
tho Iloiuuun district,
Mrs, 10. T, Luddon, whose husband
Is m.inager of tho Pacific Telephone
Company, loft yesterday with hor
llttlo son, nennott to be with hoc
mother,' who Is sorlously 111 at, hor
homo In Toledo, Oregon.
County Olerk, . The dofon'(ont li
Bald to bo In North Cnfollnn. Attor
ney F. II, Mills represents tho Plaintiff.
TIIOOI'S AHHIVE AT OLASOOW
(ILASOOW, Feb. 3. A thousand
troops havo arrived hore. Ono of tho
strike loaders has boon nrrostod,
tho Circuit Court Clork.
I'AIITV AT ST. CLOID.
A woll uttonded dancing party was
given Saturday night' at St. Cloud In
tho Shippluglon district,
the course of a ceremony of much dls- XEEI OF SOME PLACE WHEHU
piay ana solemnity at tue .zuiryu ,
temple in Kioto, and it Is -understood
that under her new name ot :
"Sun Purity of the Zulryu -Temple", i
DOVS CAN COXGREfiATB VS.
HER SUPERVISION VOICED BV
NCMRER OF CITV FATHERS
she becomes recognized as the de
signated successor of the abbess of ,
one ot the great Buddhistic estab
lishments in Kioto. As such she at Believing that there Is a strong
once came up to Toklo to be receiv- eetl exsting in Klamath Falls for
ed In audience by tne Empress.
some sort of a club quarters, where
j young boys of a high school age can
' spend their spare time in a congenial
way and under influences which will
j be of the best kind, a number ot the
boys fathers and educators are en
deavoring to provide some place
where the needs of the boys can be
1 looked after.
The room under the K. Iv. K. More
formerlv occupied by the Odd Fel-
STRIKES ,ows an'(i imer by tho Palm Howling
Alleys is now under consideration.
it is .minted out by those who aro
YANKEES IN SKIRMISH WITH ! behind this movement, that while
there a.e a nunmer 01 i.oubo .Uw...
BOLSHEVIK IN ARCHANGEL
WARSAW, Feb. 3, Kiev has now
been taken by the Bolshevik troops.
The Ukraine has now moved from
Kiev to Towinnltsaus.
i where the men u.n consreK'"--. "
ing has been done for the young fel
lows 'l.o have not reached tho age
for this kind of thing and who are
I perhaps more than any one else, In
1 noed of M.me place where they can
I congregate under the best proper
LONDON, Feb. 3. The Ukraine -ncer ihe tentative plans now be
troops are now preparing to attack , jll(, formcl tli room when It Is se
Houmanlii, which is said to have cureij wm lie fitted up with athletic
mobilized Its forces to meet all at- nm,an,tUs. bolng gloves, punching
tacks, according to Copenhagen ad- bap3 current literature, good books,
vices today. ' billiard and pool tables and It will
be .or the boys nse strictly.
ARCHANGEL, Fob. 3. Thf. Bol
shevlkl patrols were lu a skirmish pjj AD1 IP CHAPLIN IS
with the American patrols yesterday '-"AXS1-,1 TwirUT
fifteen miles south of Srcdmaker-1 HERE AGAIN TONlUH I
engn. Tho day A'as comparatively i
quiet except for the heavy shelling
on tho Vologda railway line.
, ,., .pniiest. Charles Chap-
lhu in 'Shoulder Arms" which , h
,u ." V . .., .... l.orfl during the
Serious . nndo sucn a u.b ".., .
... ,u. on,.tnr urogram.
i.orl thnlr u-nrk- nn nlnnlun ,.ltfrnnt COlltieCtlOU UD lo ,,.
COPENHAC.EN. Feb, 3. Serious 1 u "t" " "- ". hi,1(1 ovcr and
railway 'strikes have broken out In lt three days wi""0 . M ,
Wnrtmon hv. nnw .Inru ' KlVen 81 IUP oi .
Oregon, fair In east probably rain
In west moderate southeasterly winds
Maximum yestorday 41 degrees.
Minimum today 31 degrees,
. .. .. ..!! nieces
This is ono of tne -.. "-
i ever produced by this wor.u . --
MALIN FOLKS EXTERTAINK"
Mrs. U. K. Hannon entertalne
her father, mother, Bister andfamll
Horn Malta at dinner yesterday.