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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1919)
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The Evening Herald
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Published dally except Sunday by
The Herald I'utiltsltliis Company oM and polineu. wttii mat ariMornu-
Klamath Kails, at 116 Kourlh street j (c hearlui; thm so amply fits' her (or
Kntorod at the postofflce at Khun-1 mlrntlh miAnted to the role of fliar-
s fcZn.MM&.tbrHy Coo fhoever In "Wo ran', Hw
KverythhiK'." which Is to ho shown
8ubcrlptlon tertnn by mall to any
address In the United States;
Member of the .el.tcl Kress went that Is compelling in us artm-
The Associated Tress Is excluslvel) . try Miss William recently made a
ntftled to the use lor republication Tf'a ,umw another C. 11. Do Mllle.
frotD0e,:erd1Jr;n,Ih,s,Op.!,.!'" " " "T
per. and also local news published , Chorus." and her Innumerable char-
aereln , nctorltatUin in the past Ions ago
All rights of republication of spe -
lal dispatches herein are also re'
Mil DAY, .11 K r.t. tt'.
CliOWb KltOM CITY Ull.I. (in TO
1'1'1'KK IIKK IlKStMIT Kt)l
iiAVt'K Tt) Di:i.K ati: m:
ham. To.Moi:i:tn Mt;nr.
Saturday night Is going to be ai
big night at the Rooky Point Resort
on the Kppcr Klamath Lake unless
all slns fail, for thl U the il.it..
when the new dance hall that has
Just ben constructed by H. H
Harpst. the genial proprietor of the
Report :s going to be dedicated and
The Peerless Orchestra which has
been so accustomed to charm the
local public with the fox trot, one
step and other Joyous glides is pro
moting the affair to Insure Its suc
lt'is eiDocted thnt a tar n,.n,iwr
will go from here tomorrow at six b"en apl,lie! to thls U'atur "lcturt'' Who- can sound the depths of
o'clock when the boat leaves the "" ,hat ,hr,U foIIows thri" ,n con' lnu,ht'- ve " yearnlng-or fath
Shlpplngton pier and after enjovlng erewmlo. until MIot KellMman om tho spirit of sacrifice that s
the dance, will remain over and come nt,alas' a halr'ra,sln': climat wl,h hVr w"w:lr Klves itself In senice to
hoae Sunday afternoon.
The recreation facilities of this
beautiful spot are well konwn here
anil there will probably be a large
number who will take advantage of i
so pleasant a week end.
The Treat popularity of the TraTel.
era LOW COST Guaranteed life po!
iciea Is reflected In the fact that dur
ing 1018 this prosressiT company Is.
raed more than 8213,000,009 of new
life bnslne. Ask Clillcotc & Smith
about the XEW 1010 policies. 9-tf
THE PICK OP
H. W. Poole, Owner
"s ----- , n in.rr inrjnru-Lrv-uTj,xnjxrvvijxrurLn-nj
"THE STRANGE WOMAN"
The Great Tom Mix
"SIX CYLINDER LOVE"
"DIANE OF THE GREEN VAN"
"QUEEN OF THE SEA"
Matinees: 10c and 20c. Evenings: 10c and 25c
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P .M.
pffffntH aaaB aHalaH raSla
f WHITE felli
At the Theaters
Iteautiful Kathlyn William. Mate-
'roles of patrician character. Is nil-
! at the Star Theatre tonight
i h liuhiitmv wife of n Wealthy
50 N',,w Yorker of weak moral oh:une..r. ,, i,y her life has kIvhii evl
" she portrays the role with n refine- tlftico of pure koIiI
i lttm,,0,i her a an actress of wonder-
. ful versatility and mKiietlc personal-
; Ity She I said to have triumphed
o-er all her previous roles, however.
In this latest characterization
! A plav for thlnktiiR people, based
on an idea of wide Intellectual ap-
peal. Is William J. Hurlbufs sen-
sat.oual marring. drama The
iStrniiKt Woman." which will be s-eeti
at tho l.iberiy theatre tonight only
The Strange Woman" ii a play
of American life. The scenes are laid
in Karls and a small proetit day city
Hi Iowa, and the contrast!, urv those
of idea aud rnstums. The heroine
doe not believe In marriage In Karls
she found much sympathy, m Delphi,
la., none It is In no onso a preucuy
play, but toll a worthwti'ie story
,,n moments of dramatic Intensity
'oad abundance of quaint humor. The
'tar is Gladys It rock well,
Annette Keiiermun. shapely yuceti
of the Sea." is the aquatic star at
the Liberty Theatre for tun -lays be-
ginning Sunday matinee. Those who
remember her famous picture. A
Daughter of the Cods" are promised
In this latest William Kx submarine
fairy story oven more sensational
swimming and high-diving stunts,
combined with real dramatic slttia-
Uon' The art of condensation has
dive of S3 feet from a high wire Into
the breakers below.
1 This comes as a logical Umax if the
story, where the heroine is escaping
from a lofty tower by wulklng a wire
, cable acro-s a chasm, when the vill
ain cuts the slender strand, and at
the same time the tower Is blown up.
It Is a thrill worth going miles to see,
whereas you only have to go to the
If von voting fellows want 'the lat
est i:i fine Shoes. Rradley has them
Matinee Every Day
THE EVENING HERALD.
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The Uhltlurk chapel wa clouded
yesterday atterniHiii w the mem'iem
of the liehecou lodRe iiml the inniiv
friends of Mrs mi run iinnteniiroon.
j,) ,,,, t liotr lnt roipecM to one
whoso life hml become entwined ho
Oloelv with theirs. In the tender
, (lf loM, ,, fr,,n,M,.P In the
nnssinK of Mrs. Hardenhrook. the
luttimito fnnilly. the friends
iwtioM.iir mul rntnniiniltv luie lost
,Mr!) Hardenhrook ha been n ne-
si,i,.nt of Klamutli Kail for the mkI
,,,,Ven ear. worklnc In the
'httt M,h" '" "' K
dKe and kIvIiik herelf a n mlnlt-
,,rK miRel In the capacity of a mime
mn sh uu widely known and
The earlier part of her married
u( as spent at South Kmsll'h.
i, she was married In s"T to
Mr Amos Hnrdenbrook OrlKln-
ally her home was in the province of
To this happv hom came flo
children who are nil livtiiK and all nf
whom were present oxeept Mrs. W K.
Kundolph of SlRnnrtier. jow.i
The children are Mr t1n;e O
Iwirue and Mrs W K Unndolph of
Slcournf . Iowa Mrs Merle Hous
ton, ityron l.erny and Kver'tt liar-
denbrwk. nil three of whom" .are llv-
Ini; in "Klamath Kails and all well
Her life in all of Its fitting Is a
beautiful Illustration of the picture
of tho Ideal woman and mother as
given us In the last chapter of the
book of J'roxerbs One passage that
especially fits her character Is the
follewing: Strength and beauty are
her clothing and the law of kindness
,, her tongue "
The beauty of her character was
especially manifest In her capacity
as mother in the home. The radiunro
of love, affection, sterling worth and
religious faith radiated there until
it permeated the atmosphere of that
home and bound husband and
children to her by the temlrest ties
The poem by Dudyer Kipling ex
presses much that we would Ilko to
"If I were handed on i hlghnt bill.
.Mother 0'.Mlnj. Oh Muthr O'MIno
I kno' whose love would follow t.iu
Mother O'Mlne. Oh Mo'her o Mine
"If I were drownetl In tho deepest
Mother O" Mine, Oh Motlmr ()' MI11.1
I kfov whoso tears would cmco
ilnvrn to n't '
Mother O' Mine, Oh Mother O'
"If I were damned of bodv mid cowl.
Mother O'Mlne, Oh Moll.er O'
I know whose prayers would niiikc ,
Mother O'Mlne, Oh Mother 0" .
In her bitterest suffering her ,
yearning was still for hor Dear Chil
dren whom she longed to serve. ,
Ab a friend and neighbor sh hnd ,
the faculty of winning the lovn nnd
1 friendship of others much more rend-'
'ily than tho ordinary pera-in. The;
' nurses In the hospital ami any who
Wednesday & Saturday
"W'K CAN'T 1IAVK Ki'KItYTIIING"
Ilurton llolmi'H Travelogue anil limy
"ABB Y'OU A MABONV"
Also the 17th Bplsode of the
Owe of The Circa"
AdmlMloa 10 IS cent Matiaee
2.30. Evealog 7:80 A 9.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUE8DAYH AND SATUIIDAYS
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
waited on her during the nlun
times of lier suffering were ! ' "
her b a stranv.0 affection !. has
left the memorv of a muiN-eii t .
gel In I he homes where she i,uoit s
a nurse and as nelghbur sli,. was
eer reath to gle herself In .n. sv
III her power to help
Had. of her beailUful and nuMn-it
fhartirter was hoi faith In ihe v . .
She had become a (Mnlstluii In I'll"'
lund and loved l he Savior in I irx
ed him all thru Ille whothor 'l w-r-In
times of irosperlt and ole. m
or in times of III health and id '
st Her faith rang true and t . . h
ed the lives about her Hoi wish 'n
the dn ol her suffering were thai
she might go to bo with thai " lib'.,
The many friends at the stirxlos
testified to the nyiitiiailiy "1 all 'or
'the bereaved famllv and for their
deepest respect for her
There was a multitude of flora!
offerings from friends aud tie'ghborH
and tin1 Hebecca lodge Tb fmiirnl
services were In charge of Ilex K K
ljiwrenre pastor ol ihr I'resbMcnan
cliurvSi. Miss Krnnels Wlh- anr
very beautlfiillv and svuipatbt-'l' altv
two songs. Somewheri' the smi u
Shining" amf 'Will there h an
Stars in my Crown" Tho membei.
oT the lteberea Indgo wer- r
Ill a body and conducted ill th- -.'f
Ices at the ravo in a very linto-e w
mnnner The duet sung a mm
thm cenxmonv bv Ml Vera I Inn
alul Mr (Ira Coffee was op-. '.illv
IDAHO IS FACING
MiSi(W. Idaho June 1:1 Tn
Ui. 1 tu is facing an utiproi-oilon'" I !
luatid lor teacbers and that rein. .',
ure ceiling In f-.nn school be.ird iil
suj c-'ntendeiith faster thnn '! u.
be filled Is the statement tuadn br
Prof. P. II Suuloti, head of the school
of education at the t'nerslt of
Idaho hero A significant factor in
the situation, says Profennur Soulou
Is the Increase In teachers' unions
"I have been unable oven to tabu
late the demands for teachers that
have come Into my office." said the
professor "Three weeks ago I had 03
requests Slticn then they have lieen
coming In nt tho rate of six and seven
"Our graduates huxe nil boon plnc
ed. We will now base to nnmmonl
uii'lcrrrniluater who are willing to
tako u few years out of their cjIIoko
course to tide tis over th'i illffVuliv " ,
Tin leason for this shortaro nr-1
cord In r to Professor Soulon. I.. tin
war work and Industry' hnvo offi'ed
opporiunllles for teachers that nro!
unurual. A great many left teaili'i'.; !
to go Inio war work Thev are not 1111
willing to leav.i hlh salaried por.l
tlons ;n order to return to thel.- mei
The number of sludnnts who left
school to enter the war Is another
GARICH'S GROCERY NEWS
The supply is limited on
Fancy Bings and Royal
Ann. We are receiving
daily shipments from
Place your order. We will
make the price right.
Logans and Raspberries
Coming next week. Get
your order in.
Remember, we are hand
ling Rogue River Fruit
lacior The uppei classes of colleges
Wele itepleleil liv Ille douillllds of III"
nation Main of those will not return
to i Here and olheis e'o el not silt-
fliloutlv well tinlnod to liil(i H'
ou llt feel fine nfler a lint mln-
einl bath at the Hot HpiillK hnlh
1""""' IS '
Hi " oil i3n
They will be no cheaper for one or two years and
every market indication points to higher pi ice.
Buv the best stove ONCK and von will alwavs have it.
A WKDCJEWOOD KANCJK .Should last a lifi-iinu'.
No other article in the home is u.sed sooften anl con
tinuously as the stove and how insignificant the cost
after one ha? served you faithfully for the many,
many years they endure.
The entire line of these excellent stoves ma. be
found at Evans & Balm's stove room at 1)20 .Main:
main store No. 1010.
We also carry many used stoves at reasonable prices.
Your old one,' taken on a new for what it will bring.
' EVANS & BAUN
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KAM.S. OHKGON, KltlllAY. JI'NU !
No city on tliu foam Ih growing
like Klamath Kalln. but moM of
un do not realize that fact. Wo
are idtlliu iiilelly and accepting
It JiihI iih a mutter of fact. Did
you notice tlm treincridoun In
rreaxe In lint volume of IniHlncMH
donn over tho Southern 1'uclflc
nearly 100 per cent? Did you no
tice that thoro wiim kcun competi
tion for tho mictirltloH of Klamath
FallH, and that they brought tho
hlRhuKt price In the hlntory of the
city? Do ynu huppoho them) thingx
jtiHt happen? Not on your llfol
Thoy happened becniiHO wo nro
rapidly pasnlng from n town to a
city. If wo could eroct today 200
now homed thoy would nil bo oc
cupied by tomorrow night. Now
If you aro going to bo a part of
thin-city, if you aro going to bo a
fuctor In laying tho foundation
and reaping tho benefits to fol
low, now la your chance. Invent,
Oct In on tho ground, floor. 'Tho
tlmo la ibort and If you want to
buy rlRht, buy now. Thin appllea
as well to grocurlos an to real eg
tato. And when you buy at my
Mora you buy right, and you got
clean, freNh, A-l gnodH.
FIRST CLASS GOODS
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IS STILL ADVANCING
Here are three high grade
Coffee's known the world
over for Quality
Hills' Bros. Red Can
Folger's Golden Gate
M. J. B. "Why"
We have them in three
sizes, in steel cut, vaccum
1 lb., 22 lb and 5 lb. Cans
You can save money by
laying in a supply at to
Use Your Telephone
Next Door to Postoffice
We Deliver the Goods