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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1919)
riATt!RIAY, MARCH ft, ,,
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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ItAPPY IIOVK OIA'll MEETS.
TI10 llnnpy Hour Club met Tiuvilay
afternoon with Mrs. Ivy North.
Those present were. Mrs. Uos'i
Soulo Urntton, Mrs. U. J. Sheets, Mr-
I., Mnrtln, Mrs. J. M. Johnson, Mrs.
J II. Hamilton, Mrs J. A. Ncxvnhnm,
Mis. V H. Wecdon, Mrs. Will Towell,
Mrs. Levi McDonald, Mrs. V 0 Wil
son, Mrs. V. J. Stelnmeti, Mrs C. ('
Heltlrlrh, Mrs. Hay Crawford, Mrs. S.
Frnnclo, Mrs. George lllehn, Mrj.
George Humphrey, Mrs. S. T. Sum
mers, Mis. Catherine Tutl, Mrs.
Henry (Jrlmos. Mrs. Hurry Richard
son. Ms. II. A. Kmmltt and Mrs. Ivy
SNOW VERY DEEP
AT CRATER LAKE
IIOOTH POPULAR COMMISSIONER
TO VISIT PARENTS IN OHIO.
I A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
, Frank Stewart of Spring Lake on
, March 9th. Ur. George I. Wright
was tho attending physician
ROBERT HEREON AX1I UI.MAX GIMlt IX
"HEARTS OF THE WORLD"
ADMISSION, 25c and 50c
MONDAY AND TUESDAY MATINEE AND EVENING
) As the roads are now getting In
.shape to permit him to get about tho
, county. Agriculturist Agent E. H.
Thomas announces that farmers who
' wish to see him should make a defl
1 nlte appointment or olso come on Sat
urdays, at which timo he will be sure
to be in his office. Tho office will be
open, and may be reached by tele
phone any afternoon, but Mr. Thomn
expects to bo about the country a
large part of the time from now on.
There Is still eight and n half feel
of snow at Crater I.nkc, according
to Assistant Superintendent H. E.
Momyor, wlio has just rome down
from Ilcndquartcra camp for a short
lslt. It was ten feet deep when he
went in a few weeks ago.
Mr, Momycr cimo down on snow-
shoes from the camp to Fort Klamath
and will go back by tho snmo method.
Ho stays there Meno and attends to '
the various records which aro kept
up by the government. Ho will re
turn Monday. I
Mrs. Kelt V Thoimui left this
morning with her little girl for nil
'extended visit with her parents, Pro.
SA1.KM, March 18. Representa
tives from twenty-six (arm and com
mercial organltatlons of Deschutes
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way Commissioner. R. A. Ilnoth. nn.l ' (-" '' " J""' nl '""1""''
Qovornor Olcott, urging that lUmth Ohio. Professor Plum Is at thn head
remain on the commission. The gov- of the department of animal husband
ornor said today that many other en- ry nt the t'nlverslty of Ohio,
dorsemunts had been received '
VENSEIi HITS MINE; '
NINE ARE DROWNEII
LEAVES AFTER VISIT.
Mrs. Cnnuto Olson, win, bw)
staying t the home of her dmiKhfff
Mrs. K. U. Koppen (or the p,t ,,,'
teen month, loft this nmrnliiK for
Portland, Mr. Happen Is ntl mi-,1(,fr
Identified with tho United HtMrn 0
riuninwun nervice nnre
FHI SITl'ATION SERIOUS
THRU NORTH RUSSIA.
ARCHANGEU March 15.
matlon has been iccolved by
lied Food Commission In north Rus
sia that Indicates that the American
peoplo must deprive thomaolvgs of
brcadstutfs until the Russian ques
tion Is settled and the country Is
again on u sound agricultural basis.
LONDON. March 15. -Nino sailors
nro reported to have, drowned lit tho
sinking of tho American transport
lsol Haven, which struck a mine at
1:30 yesterday morning while bound
from Daldmore to Copenhagen
Thlrty-Uve of tho survivors landed
Infor- nl t'artiepooi ny a nriiisn steamer ,
the AI-! i
NEW DAUGHTER ARRIVES
SUNDAY, MARCH 16th
Chicken with Okra
Jumbo Crab on Ice, with Mayonnaise
Steamed Llttleneck Clams. Butter Sauce
.Chinook Salmon Steak, Saratoga Potatoes
Grilled Chicken Halibut, Maltre d'Hotel
Sandabs Saute Meuniere
Silver Smelts Fried in Butter
Large Eastern Mackerel. Potatoes Natural
Fresh Pork Spare Ribs, Potted Cabbage
Fricassee of Chicken. Home-made Needles
Thick Tenderloin Steak, Marrow Bordelaise
Oz Tail Saute. Jardiniere
Stuffed Breast of Veal, Milanalse
Scallops of Pork Tenderloin, Southern Style
Fried Belgian Hare Chasseur
Beef a la Mode, with French Pancake
Prime Ribs of Beef, au Jus
Domestic Duck, Glblet Sauce
Young Chicken, Celery Dressing
Little Pig, Apple Sauce
Apricot Cobbler, Orange Sauce
Assorted Pies and Cakes
JESSE BAILEY, Prop.
Phone 185 610 MainSt
M4 M If I ! ;
MARCH 24, 25
Seat reservation starts-
At the Box Office
RETURN TO PORTLAND.
A baby daughter nrrled at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Luton Stephens
nt 247 Ninth street jesterdny Dr
George I. Wright wus In attendance
Mother and daughter aro reported to
be doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W
have been visiting in Klamath Falls
for a short time from Portland loft
for their home this morning. They are
very enthusiastic about Klamath
county and announce their Intention
of coming again when they can soo
more of tho county.
HOME FROM WINTER TRIP.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ilrockcnbroinn
who have been spondlng most of tho
winter months nt Chicago and other
eastern points, have returned to Kla
math Falls. Mr. Brockenbrough Is '
head of the bookkeeping department I
at the Pelican Bay Lumber Coin-'
Cement Work of all Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
jTOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Steam-heated room, hot
and cold water. Clarcmont. 228
Fourth st. 15-2t
WANTED Domestic teachers or ad-'
vanced pupils to Introduce Maxola'
Oil in the Klamath homes. Call Ho
tel Hall. C. E. Low. 15-lt
WANTED By woman with a child,
place to do housework. Phone In
care of 179J, 15-6t
PtlvMe Irasonn In Select Ball
room Dancm at tho
a:. io to a: no.
MR. FRED KILIiENDAIIL
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Notice our Statement made
to the Banking Department
in this issue of the Herald.
IT TALKS FOR US
Klamath State Bank
Corner Sixth and Main Strets
tF " t0tr '
Thursday, Friday, March 20, 21
Houston Opera House
NEW MUSIC, BY JAZZ BAND
A GOOD TIME
AT OPERA HOUSE THE SEVENTEENTH
DANCE AND DINNER
WITH A GUARANTEE OF
QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP
Practically every article made of rubber is
carried in our stock.
Hot Water Bottles, Fountain Syringes,
Combination Water 'Bag and Syringe,
Bulb Syringes, Rubber Gloves, Ice Bags
and Face Bags, Etc. ,
These goods are of the finest quality, and
are guaranteed by the manufacturers. We
back up this guarantee by offering to re
place free of charge any defective rubber
article sold at our store.
niderwow s mm y
W'v KLAMATH FALLS OREOOMTa?"
WHERE. PARTICULAR PCOrCK
UY THEIR DRUGS
MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRLS
DIRECTED BY MRS. ROSE SOULE BRATTON
ASSISTED BY MRS. ESTELLE CARRIER
GENERAL ADMISSION, 50c RESERVED SEATS, $1.00
RESERVED SEATS AT BONBONIERE.
Sunday and Monday
March 16 and 17
B SUNpAY MATINEE, 2:30
S SPECIAL PRICES, 10c,'25c.
8,000 FEET OF THRILLS
ALIIEIIT PAYHON TKWIUNK I1'
"It'a the greatest plclure I ever
PAUMNK EHEDERIGKH nald:
"It'll a wonderful picture.
EVENING WOHIjD acid I ..
"Only one word will dencrlbo it.
It Is marreloua."
EVENINO TEIiEORAM aaldi
"It thrills, It astounds."
IIERAM) aaldl , ,.
"More thrills than Broadway i
WIMiARD MACK aald! ,
"It la a muHterpleco of primeval
THE TIMEH aaldi .. ...
"It la thrilling and educational.
YOU WILL SAY
IT SURPRISES ,
IT ENTERTAINS. '