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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1919)
The Evening Herald
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fsriiKNDIli PKOIU U V SHOV
IIY TSIK I'l lll- IN Ml'-H' AT
Till- IN-TtTt HON AT fl.O.
One of the most Interesting nura-
ber of the closing svtertlxes of Sac-
red Heart academy took place in the
csor.bly room ot th convent fhurs-
da;, when the musr pupils of S(s;r
Angelica paw their closing recital
The junior program was most Inter-
csttng from the foci that the little
i.i. uiv uiH . i. m. .. "--.
acquitted themselves in such a man
ner as to Rive promise of boinR great
musicians of the future Mai'- f
the older pupils assisted the little
one in the junior jrorram. not tha'
they needed them to make the enter
tainment enjoyable to the larg audi
ence thfct packeil the a-embh ri om.
but probably Sister AnRelica feared
they might get stage fright and ad
ded a few of the grown-ups to Rive
them courage. They all did so splen
didly that it would be impossible to
make special mention of any panic-
ular one. Therefore the program
below is given without cemment:
j-a fine cm KtRtment streabbog
Misses Ada Rell, and
Song of the Seashell . Krogman
Master Hlchard Bogue.
Miss Fay Slack
"Woodbine Waltz BIttle
Miss Ramona Ball
Master Joseph Kirk
Sunshine . Mooro
Soprano, Miss Elizabeth Ramsby
Alto, Miss Constance Schallock
Piano. Miss Florence Klllott
Spring Song ... . Mendelsshon
Misses Jessie Coicer and
Two Comrade . . ..Weidlg
Miss Letltia Kirk
Miss Clara McDanlels
Miss Bessie Coker
Master Charles Riley
Shepherds All and Maidens Fair
Miss Elizabeth Ramsby
All for Thee, O Heart of Jesus.
Piano. Miss Fay Slack
Let Us Clean
i That Car
We'll do it right and while
we are doing that we will
take a look at the works and
see that they are O. K.
Foil Line of Accessories at
We Guarantee Our Repair
Lexington Cars the car
with the double manifold
and Increased horse power.
H. W. FREE
127 Sixth Street
The second pari ot the proRrnm.
.which w-s given by the Misses Klim-
belli Knnisliy. Constance SehallocH
and Florence KUIott, desenes moie
t'i'iu vassinc comment from tli tun
that these youtiB Indies demonstrnt-
id that they had prepared their
liiiinlwra with much care and hours
of i.actico. mid refilled Brent .reu'
itlt.lt ihuls IhiIiiiiaI.ik t' lir aa.it.usf .l
"l"'" " , IVIIM. IV - V
I'd' " .hods" by rsvhn'kowakt. and
Kive a descriptive i!ntil.vsl of tael
program as tltey proeetded
Jaminrv and Tobruary. Klvon lv
Kllznltoth Knuistty, was a uiot In
terestlni; number, picturing a cold,
cold nlclit l the hearth tu th
dopth of winter when all outside Is
wrapped In Ire nml snow and tin
chill wind whlstlhiK through the
bare trees makes one glad to be lin
der shelter Though beautiful in
harmonic effect the music thruout
Is quiet and peaceful.
In marked contrast. February rep
resents a irwt carnival .the chattel
chatter of the InuchltiK crouds, tin
Kay festival music and the noise nnd
confusion inseparable from scoh a
scene are tKarry portrnyed bv the
peculiar and noisy rhordj wheh t. '
r in rapid succession
rprvtetl these mouths
.March m splendidly rendered by
Constance Schnllock. represeniins u
few warm i!nv when all nature feels
the touch of springtime Hack
conies the merry lartt and in his
very Joyousness he breaks forth In
wild, unrestrained song, trilling nud
trilling without rythm or rueaauro.
Such Is the poetic Idea of lhlt little
Song of the Lark." '
..Thp Thru,h.. ung by Florence
KoU( who hM a 8Ww, ,llca,nK
, volfo nn , M,w
(.okor wh a charwjnK nllo volc
was greatly enJove.l bv ih..
ence. These two younK Indies may
consider themselves fortunate to bo
under the instruction of such an -cellent
April and June were beautifully
executed by Florence Klllott. who
Rives Rreat promise as a pianist
Tho SonR of April" is a tono
poem characterizing a month of
smiles and tears as capricious and
as moodful as a pretty maiden.
A boat song has been chosen for
the month of June. One pictures a
starlit evening in midsummer and a
little boat Idly floating upon tho
water. Suddenly a storm nrisvii.
uireaienmg to destroy the liitb
craft, but it happily blows over and
all again Is calm nnd peceful.
Just here Constance Schallock
Rave a violin solo. -Cavallcria ft in
tlcana." which was greatly enjoyed
by the audience.
"The Seasons" were then closed
by Elizabeth Ramsby, whose inter
pretation of October and November
were given In an excellent manner.
Firs: came the cilden ilnw. ,
October. The red and brown !...
are lainnR thick and fast, the birds
echo back their farewell cries and
all nature will soon be asleep.
Then forth for a merry slelghrlde.
November, cold and Btormy, brings
the Ice and snow and sport and fun.
The ringing of the merry alelghbells,
the loud crnrklnr- nf th,. .i.i
the gay laughing and ceaseless chat
ter of the happy party are made so
Wf-ilnrMl.i) Si Katurd.iy
MVIAV .XI MOXD.W.
"A I'KKFIXT .'Ml."
Ifer Pljrurf wiix her Fortune
A HIj? V. Bperlul Comedy
"HumKels and Dandled."
St'.NDAV AND MONDAY.
"GOIJ)EN RUIjK KATF"
A Keal Western ThriUer
I'athe News and A Good Comedy.
Admission 10 A IB cent MaUaee
2.30. Kvenlnga 7 1 SO 9,
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUE8DAYH AND HATUItDAYH
THE EVENING HERALD,
realistic in this roiluking little bit
of sportive uiih i
uueiected pleasure was r.eu
(,p Mll,i,..,,.,. wl -i llin'xf ' i
retne . ho bn r-'f"tl rtu i 'I
from Rrilno i.i Salem snnR b si-
ctnl renuoM IMddy." mid IlitiE
q, sweet llel's of !' '
Thp ,wsrilm . unani.-ouslv
,.,., .,...., (,. ,. -, .1,1,, I
,tr. i . le '
only udver . . in li,
emit le ", . n iM n i
XSH FOR SCU55ERS
INSTEAD OF FAIiftlS
i .. ,.. if..
IcnRretsmsn V. p Holes of
loop urjtes that the covernment
Klve all soldiers and tailors of the
bl oar n cash Rift Instead of
farms He Insists thai the farm
for soldlrr Idea is "primarily
backed by men o have swamp,
stusip and arid lands to dis
ni'i;t:.. .wo i-rv ;irr
itn; i'hiii: mi: uooi.
Charles DuRgnn lias Just cloned n
denl with (Jeorse Watt for the snl'
of the PuRRim-Lacy clip, npproxi
mating ifi.ouo pounds, the price paid
being 51 ; cents This is the third
sheepman w ho has landed a prlr.
higher than 3" cents, the other two
so far reported being Hex llord and
DRINK A GLASS
OF REAL HOT WATER
8aya vt will both look and fl
clean, sweet and frtth
and avoid Mines.
I j vr0J?'
Sanitary science tins of late mado'lty and gives one a splendid appetite
rnpl1 !"rllk':, llb rM,1,t ,1",, "re t
untold bh-sulng to humanltv. The tat-
est application of Its untiring research
is tho recommendation that It Is as
necessary to attend to Internal sanita
tion of the draiuagu system of the hu-
man body as it Is to the drains of lhe(rl. the inside org.tne.
house. The millions of people who are both-
Thoe of us wl o are accustomed to'ered with constipation, bilious spells
feel dull and heavy when wo arise, stomach trouble, rheumatic stlifness,
splitting headache, stuffy from a cold, others who hnvo hallow skills, blood
foul tongue, nnsty breath, acid stou-1 disorders ind slikly complex, ons are
1ch' cnn- 'n8'1''"1. ''- n 'rMh a
unisy uy opening inu sniices ot iiieistone pnosinnio rrom ine Drug stnre
system each morning and flushing out This will col very llltltt, but Is still)
the whole of the lnternnl poisonous rent to make anyone a pronounced
stagnant matter. erank on the subject of lnternnl snn-
Everyone. whether ailing, sick or Itntlon Adv
ii itn v .ir liV"cii;.0'
Wl?-2r, -Ji iNroct atvE w;iUWiAiJl
f73,'?-A7.6m .o o v fnioTAjtio ccirA A DJvj3 I&a'V s.oco.co
w-a.3ii 5fToo fauliLAoJ&X MiLL.ji ii9w$ 6"ic73boTq'o
Zjgjf jy"JOjy-vj.. itoi4i aToeABoboV fowls 63i,cJ9i.ooV 9r0p. o..:j'..)y.
sfflS 472.37o.oo tWgoi MWzIMk Ws77oo.oo
9SS 564.582.00 W6& to. 502.aaa.oo fiwity 938576. 6o fsisls f.689.64.00
' ' x 1917 SI2. 64O.922.0b j9f7fSl. l3i.OQ.60 '
g$5.488.504f5t5 119181$ f.390.469.00
These Figmrm Shov Oar Marvelout and Continuous Growth
All Business Written in Oregon. All Funds Invested in Oregon Securities
OrCKOn I IK Successful
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Home Oiiicc: WM7,WtiM. Portland, Oregon .
KLAMATH FA1 LS. ORFGON
WINK AND DKAP
ffififtfr & ' -; M , ')
ic Eniera-ld SVir-, Tolcu Itvlefc
Tiiku Inlet. Alaska. WW miles
north of Vancouver and U'll mi'e
snuth of Juneau capital of AUsku,
is unliiue In that It can be visited
nil the coast strnmern u-i.l lecuuse it
is the only place in the i.J white
a tleiul mid it llvin,' I'lmrf ' a
tiuii."i.tud cm be c, minted si.'e I v
s ilr 0 The dead rlit.ivr i n t1 Iffl
wliei. tteanuiiR up the I'tlrt, nn i, ac
nT.lini: Ij Indiuit t rnfitl .. las ih'
troed (iX ever '.'"J voan In thai
t'tnr. Ii.iueier it lit mtuallv re
ceded about IH miles Its In. r til l
ttinitttl nt li miles, width about
two miles depth of lU face about
Thp live Tnku tIMcler lies a mile
and a half from t'ie tcid ene. It ts
1 ' miles wide. 300 fret IiIrIi, from
the water level tu the apex of Its
tiiiinn. let) face, and abnut bo miles
Icni:. Its moveincnt varies some
what but It moves on nil n venire
about ten feci n day into thin arm i-f
the l'acttic. Where iho wall of Ice
leaves the reck channel fnrtnlm; the
shore line. the. miKhty walls lirenU
nnd Klve birth to IceberRs which at
times are more thnn half a million
tons In vvclRht, with a roar which
can be heard for many miles. A
territlc crashing and grinding U
The face of tne glacier when ex.
posed to the sun for any considerable
time turns to dead while When the
well should eat h tnottnug before
bitakrast drink a gifts nf real hot
water with n tes.spin.pfii' of Mniesttiue
phoMphnle In It to wash from the
day's IlidlRestlb'e waste, our bile slid
lolsonnus totltu. thus rlenuslug.
tunmch. liver nnd bowels the iirevlnus
sweelenlni: nt.d purlf)ing the entlrn
allmeuturv canal before imitlug more
food Into the ktomntb. The srtlou of
m empty stoma' h Is uoiidit fully In
vigorating It rlt'Mj nut nil the .our
fermentations, gnres. waste nnd arid-
tor breakfast While ou tire enJ)lRk"
hot water and limestone phosphate on
"tir breakfast tho phcspluti d hot
wnt r U quietly eitrnctlng a large vol-
utne of watir from the blood and get
ting ready for a thorough llusliing of
urged to net n quarter pound of llmo-
Oregonans are Zrrouct
Excepting Our Investments in
0f5B&D& Insurance Company is
without extra premiums or
H. P. NEPVEU, Diotrict Manager, Klamath Falls, Oregon
TAKIJ (JI.AriRUS THRILL
most woiidrrful rolorsi
Mash In the sunlight and the face uf
the glacier looks like m.tjestic
rated architecture I lie
ctngs of the leu wall form an amnt -
IiiK vnrlrty of contours and the per -
son gating upon its fare can readily
Imngino domes, moniuci, spires.
castellated b.tttlr merit . minarets,
colonnades In fact every form of
architecture all fnnliioued by the
The n-itn driver who ran Into nnd
'itiKf.ui.lv injured mi old mutt
i!r. sl: n!i timt nearl) klllt'tt hl
l.or- tilt l tin ShlppitiKliiti road Ins'
' tune ;ith nbnut r. I M hail
trite' ei mn forth uiul miike hlinff
I- . -., it win r,i ii.urli hnrdt-r
with him If npprehnndeil by the nffi-
s w o tire following lip ull (he
liVulliil !e clot's
T M lUltHAM
I ion t fort!"! .
r IV 'nr llft-,1
1 tiel busy
the V k
Aug I f
vlll h.n" a
II !' ttinl
mMJ2$L 'lYJt&MoSi fr i tv3
tlttJl'ryr' m. " P " wn0f 4mj
Will contract for five to ton million feet of pi ic logs
per year for any number of years. S. P. or Strahorn
railroad delivery. Purchase in either large or small
SAWMILL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION
United States Liberty Bonds
epidemic proof. All war claims paid in
deductions on account of war service.
i i -at uii jiw iwi iwiiihliiwiwii t
O, S. fJAXIIinU
-vn mm, ,n m ..n
hand of Mother Nature out of solid
Ire and itU-nmlng nnd scliitljlatlnx u
Ire and itU-nmlng nnd scliitlllatlnx u
though studded with Innumcrsbl
1 It Is sight which once seen ess
! never tn forgotten nnd It Is cm of
j those stufiendous fortes of niter
which must make even the grtttett
egotist rrnllte what rcrfcrt
pygmy ho Is In the tl. r. ri,ni of
Till Ml It l. I IIT.
Ins'iritnee ( ompany nf New York
I fit" Ihi nisi III I SI I ntir n'lllf
llslird fl'innrlrllv I'lipri-cnsMr and
with policies that r ipt in Hit- min
lt nml service In pulirt hnldrrs and
bitee(t-litrle tbul Is iilirxi rllnl lhl
i---tl InslHuMon offers -m lis lif-l.
tlr mill benefits nf Us rjtMTlrtKe
Ft-r full pnttlriilurs r Knrtlins: nur
mel'iods mitt n- l" v i-nniracta
.- (ii-M. r. I I mi II. nisTltUT
l.N (illt for Ki.iMuit't i "iinly nl
f nirr First i,ite bpI ''.nvinr
K. D. Building
n n m n ! iiiiitti-wii .aaxa
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