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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1919)
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HUE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
CAMP IS STARTED
Tho Puckott Brothers logging
comp at Chlloquln Is now In opera
lon for the, season nnd lm8 commenc
ed work on tho eight million feet of
logs, which It will handle for the
Klamath Manufacturing company
About forty men are employed at
SCHOOL OPERETTA j
WILL BE ORIGINAL
O. A. Stearns, a pioneer resident
of Klamath County Is homo from
Corvallls where he has been for the hard under tho
pnst govornl months. His wife and Eveljn Applegate and
son will follow whea school Is out. tiinment Is assured.
Those who have not yet secured
their tickets for the school Operetta
"America First," which la to be ghon
Thursday and Friday of this week nt
tho Houston Opera House shviuol
realize that tho seats for this event
aro going fast and that an event such
. this promises to be should not bo
missed It Is to be given entirely by
the boys and girls of the public
schools and Is something entirely
new In this city. The cast Is working
direction of Miss
a fine enter-
LOCAL C1IER PRETH PARTlf
Til llLP Bill S LAST EVENING
Announces the most important attraction of
' the season
J. STUART BLACKTON'S
Massive Master Production,
"Life's Greatest Problem"
By Anthony Paul Kelley
Starring Mitchell Lewis
A human character study of existing condi
tions. (Not a Vice or War Picture.) Dramatic
in its appeal, with abundance of comedy relief.
TONIGHT, APRIL 2
I .""ni-ialn O C Appl-oK a' eiie
tary of tho Klamath Commercial Club
has recehetl two letters from Wash
ington. l C, one from the I'nlled
States Chamber of Coni'iimve and
the other fiom the War Lu-ti.trtiiinu
lelatlve to facilitating th rohiin of
dlschaigcd soldiers, and providing
I employment for them. Til" following
quotation Is taken from s'.ie fhst of
' the letters-
voi'Mi ladies ci.iit i:.vn:invi
Tlir.llt OWX AMI OTIIKIt MOTH.
IlltS. KINK PIMHiltAM .D I -
rsiwi. n:.Tim:s ,
I.miikIiIIii, Knjo llogue, .Mrs. . II
ll.ou, Ml. II C. Oioesberk, Mih.
(Jiiy Sattcilco Mid Hay Tel find, Mi t
Verio HiowbaW and Mih, W S
The guests ueie. Mrs. II ('. I'd
foit'. Mrs. i I' l.awionco. Mi'i. Wil
bur Jouos. Mri. .1 ('. JoIiiihIoii, Mi.
t..ronco I'lielpM. Mis. J. A. Houston,
Mis i: S. Phillip. Mis .leuulo ll.uui,
Mis .1 A l'oir. Mm rt. ('. t'liniplnll,
It Momer. Mis V. S. vouch.
.1 (1. (loble. Mis. Kiln McMillan,
(1 FloeUind Mis C. C iIoi;u-
THE PICTURE STUPENDOUSWITH
i Vln the headnuirters of th
'tional Chamber. Ulgns HillldluK.
Washington, theio will oo established
'a bin eu u for the pur, o.., ol ipout
I In? and clearing (. ' work with
'which you can get In touch at once by
'addressing tho general secretary of
tho Chamber Tho bureau will In
'conducted under ti. supji vision and
ndice of tho couriiltti'o which makes
.this report Mnj 1 ..a uti as soon
(a.- possible to linvo ste.is taken tn le
, j-pense to this request iln fur ?
tho agency you may create nnd tho
i name of the principal officers In
charge of it."
One of tho iuo.it ciijo.v.ihlo t-ovl.il
oentH of tho season occurred Inst
menlng at tile residence of t ('.
Hoguo on High near SIMh '-iliret
when the oimg ladles of the Ked
rou Club of this city eiiteital.u-d their
uiothers nt an open meeting. A good
'Na share of the ladles hid mothers liele
to Invite hud those who lid not.
made it a point to lnlte some otlmr
persons mother. All kinds of prank
and oilglnal slums were povfoiniod
fiom theatrical porforimnciM, m lie
feat of walking a string Inking thru
tin. wrong end of an open glns-i
Thero wns not a dull moment diirhn:
the entire evening and It required tae
entire evening to complete 'he pro
gram Delicious refreshments wen
sorted nt its close and eery s.ies In-
'I'he legulnr lueetllig of the Woni
nii'it Home and Foielgn Mssloiutr.
Hnclotv of the Kniliianilol lliilitl.it
Chinch will he held Tliursd.iy at 2:8"
I. M. at the home of Mis C. It. Mil
ler. litKI Kasl Main. You are United
The Ladles Aid of the Methodist
church will meet toimiirow afternoon
at 2 30, with Mrs. Harry Pelt. Ml I
The l.nlles Aid Society or Hie
l'rosb.Worliin rliun-li will iiieet at the
home of Hot K. I' l.awience. II id &
Jefferson St on Thursda afternoon. '
April S All ineiubeis mo urged to he
piesent as lepoits fin the i)als'
i wor kwlll he glteu and others elect
ed for the coining .tear
The other letter described the no-'parted highly pleased with Urn -n-cesslty
of getting tho boys Into some- tortnlnment.
W&GttmiA f) ill H?
x jZtssss MKmLM --x:
thing whereby they could make a lt-
! Accompanying the two letters are
' printed details for this work wl.lch
I hpve been worked out under the aus
pices of tho two agencies.
Captain Applegate declared that
tho local organization would bo reuly
to stand behind' any mote whereby
the returning heroes could be assi-l-cd
to prompt and congenial emplo)-ment.
The hostesses weru, (.oitrudn 1'ur
ker. Alta Ralph, Alice I'almer. Mmid
Cbrlton, Anna Mae Johnston, Olive
Humphicy, Frances llcto, Vera
Houston, Helen Cuest, Itoleno Mc-
lOlt I'HINDSI) NOOlll.KS
TA.MAI.HS .V (illl.l CON f.MIM!
Arnold's Chili Parlors
Corner Sixth anil M.imntli
Early Spring tendency of style in footwear is
toward the Oxford. Style in Oxfords to har
monize in the new skirt lengths especially
Louis XV. models.
April ItecoriN nt SheplienN. 2-3t
STAR THEATER !
DATE CHANCED ON
"Italy's Flamins Front" j
Through an error In the booking
of the feature battle picture, "Italy's
Flaming Front," tho date has been
changed to Sunday, April 6th, open
ing wtin a maiinco ai :.mi ji. in.
The ladles of the St Paul's Epis
copal Guild will hold their regular
cooked food sale Saturday, April ."th
at the offices of the Western Trans
fer Company at Fifth and .Main
Styles in kid leather:
Brown, black, gray
Styles in calf leather: Low heel, walking
shoes in black and brown Russia.
Styles in white cleth: Low and high heels.
Forerunners of Fashion
$2.50 to $8.50
Victor Victrola X
Your Spring Clothes cleaned now. Phone 30
for prompt service and good work.
REPAIRING AND ALTERING
D. & M. CLEANING CO.
FREE DELIVERY MODERATE PRICES
Sixth and Main. Phone 30
SPECIAL PRICES FOR SALOME
Matinees all seats, 25c
Evenings all seats, 35c
MATINEE EACH DAY
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, APRIL 3 and 4
Victor Victiolu XI.
Sold on Monthly or Crop Payments
EARL SHEPHERD CO..
Standard Proven Quality Instruments
.Next Door to Poitofflce.
Victor Victrola XIV.
Vlctor Victrolu XVI.
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Sixth and Plum
1). A. KENVO.V
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JESSE BAILEY, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St.
Pulls Three Fourteen-inch Bottoms
Holds the 1918 Low Record for Fuel Con
sumption. Has established its superiority for practical
and efficient work.
Can be used for pumping and all stationary
J. S, Mills & Son
Sixth and Klamath. '
Tin neu NiuIiik Di-inrtmoiit at the Klrot' National
Hank 1ms already ittlracleil Iho allenlloii of man)' pcoplo
(tlm realle Ilia) tlm SAVINIJ ronlo In (ho HUreat way to
Four per tenl luti-rvxi ulll liu paid twice a ir on
HailiiK", anil as lltllci as fpi.OO will open mull an nccoiml
for man, womnii or rlilhl,
She First National Bank