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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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TheHickman Dance Set
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made by the San Francisco Hotel. St. Francis Or
chestra under the leadership of
As the present supply will not last long, get your
Hickman Seta Complete Include Four Double
Faced Records (Eight Selections)
"On the Streets of Cairo, "One)
"My Baby's Arms," Fox Trot.)
'Tell Me Why," Fox Trot )2812
"Peggy," Fox Trot )
"Sweet and Low," Waltz )2814
"Patches," Fox Trot )
"The Hesitating Blue," Fox)
"Those Drafting Blues," Fox)
Trot ' )
J. A. McCro of Portland loft thin
morning after u nlinrl "vlfilt hero'
LouJn (lorbor Ih In tho city from
his nmi'Ii In Horsefly.
Mm. W. W. Hull woro In tliu city
thlB week from Pine HIiIko.
J. (I. McClnllnnd and wlfo are
In llio city. from McCloud, Cullfof
tiln. ' ,
Jck McAiillffe was In town Wed
nesday from Ij Ih runcli Ip the Fort
Liiwronrn Morton, n Htockmun of
tlio Dairy iici-ilnu was In town Wcd
nond.iy, buying supplies for IiIh
K. Silvern of Chllonuin tn- In the
city Wednesday on huHlncsi.
Mr. Mary Morrison wis In tlio
city tli I fi week from Chllonuin.
('. -Kirk and wlfo of Chtlriiln
wito In town Wednesday
N. I). Htanblrd lull on tlilu morn
liii;'n train for Ban Francisco. Ho
will return In a fow days.
MIkh Agnes Ico loft Wednesday
Where "Loot" Originated.
Tlio word "loot" cnino Into (tie KnR.
IIMi liinsningo by wny of Jridln, nnd I
supposed lo be derived from (lie San
scrit "Infra," signifying booty. Orlal
niilly nil hooty token from tlio enemy
In war pertained to tlio crown of the
victorious nation, the title thereto be
ing regarded as Indisputable. The
crown was supposed to dispose, of
these spoils of war according lo Km
p'eiiHiire, hearing In mind the services
of the raptors of the matter, Tlili
wiih, Indeed, the basis of prize law nt
wen. lint nt every lnterwillotml con
crests nt which tlio laws of wir and of
mutual relations came under i1Im.uk.
slon It was ngrccd to exempt from
-eizure private property on land nfld
to restrict confiscation to the national
property of the foe.
Art for Many.
"I do not want art for n few," Paid
William Morris, "any more than edu
cation for a few, or freedom for a
few" and civic nrt Is essentially pub
lic art. It has been likened to "a lire
built upon tlio market place, where
evvry one may tight his torch; while
private art Is a fire built upon a hearth
stone which will blaze and die out with
the rise and fall of fortunes.
"Reality In art is truth bathed In the
I 111 II fllUU I Mil tltrt .mntlnn !.. I. ..
for a weekend visit with Mr and CL.lvp(, fmm nn,urp Spok (njth nn()
Mrs. Jack McAullffo at Foit Klam-, .rii-titiuin t.nt cut, n. ..i
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
Strictly One Business Music
New Store, 507 Main St
l'ossesslng n Christian nnniu that
Is probably without a duplicate In
ill lb 3 vorId is the rather unliit"'
distinction uijoyod by Mm. Allnr.
Mackenzie, a well-known woniun In
English society. Mrs.Mankoiulo,
toso husband was killed In Franco,
'h a daughter of Lord nnd Li.dy
1 Knollya who havo Ions boon on
terms tf Intimacy with tho Rrltlsu
royal fnmlly. Hor Christian namo,
I-ouvlma, Is happily compounded of
Ine Christian names of Qucon Alex
andra's threo daughters tho Prln-
icess Iloyal (Princess Loulso.) Prln-
tess Victoria, and Princess Maud,
now Queen of Norway.
j Girls havo you a "man-loss"
I town? If so, tako n tip from Annicoj
In "TUB GOLD CUKE" at tho Lib-1
. orty Theatru and romody tho sit-'
juntlon. VIOLA DANA is tho clover'
1 ulnr it tht Inv fnnlchf '
Decombor 11, 12.
for a century nnd a quarter tho
wnufacturo of cotton-thrond has
keen an industry of Pawtuckott, K. I.
Lm Anfiolcs Is planning to spend
"early $G,000.000 to mnko hor bar-
;'" ono of tho best on tho Pacific
Our Shop is beinK fitted with tho
best equipment obtainable, and a
flrst-cluss Stationery Store opened.
V. E. IIOWDOIN
126 Main Street
'TIIK PICK OF THE PICTURES"
H .W. POOLE, Owner.
I1ARRV BOI1EL, Musical Director
Winsome Viola Dana stars
'THE GOLD CURE"
From the Woman's Home Companion Story,
Its Clean and Clever
Coming Sunday The Eminent Dramatic Star
"WOLVES OF THE NIGHT"
Farnum's Latest and Greatest Picture
Doors open at 1.30 and 7:00 P. M.
Frank Meridosa loft this morning
for his homo In Pan Joflc, after a
thort visit lr thin city.
Krma Ilamber returned homo
Wednesday evening from Tho Dalles
and Portland, whore sho bus npent
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Davis of Bell
Ingham, Wilsh., arc tho guests fcr a
few days of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Del-
i zoll. Mrs. Davis Is Postmaster Del
! zuII'h sistor. '
Mrs. C. F. WInnck, who has been
) quite ill at her homo on High street
j for several days Is able to bo out
again nnd Is at her accustomed place
' lr. tho Wlnncck Grocery.
I Mis. Tompkins and daughter,
' Ituth, woro In the city Wednesday
, from their ranch near Bonanza buy
! ing supplies for Thanksgiving.
1 Percy Durko, of tho Klamath
State Hank, Is able to bo up and
around again, after a fow days ill-
Dr. T. C. Kimball,
Portland Is in tho city establishing
an office In the Odd Fellow's build
ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold D. Morton
ncn returned Tuesday from S;m
Francisco, whore they havo been for
J. M. Ford, representing Lindloy
& Co., wholesalo grocers of Sacram
ento, loft this morning on tho train,
nftor spending several days here.
Mrs. W. D. Miller loft on the
train this morning for Dorris, to
spend tho day with hor parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Oliver Sly.
J. H. Hamilton, timber cruiser,
and Rover Omstend nro in tho city
on business from Portland. They,
aro stopping at tho Hall Hotel. I
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Keichow of For
est Grove, who has boon visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Zetzmen of this
city, left on this morning's train for
their homo. 8"
tholr homo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Keichow
aro charmed with Klamath County
and hopo to return beforo long.
Geo. J. Walton loft for Yreka this
morning to attend tho mnnngers
mootingof tho California Oregon
Powor Compny. Ho will return in
threo or four days.
Mis. Addle Wnlkor loft Sunday
morning for Portlnnd, where she
will spend tho winter. Sho will bo
Joined in Ashland by Mrs. Roy Wnlk
or, who is returning to her homo In
Cordova, Alaska, aftor spending tho
summer In Ashlnnd and Klamath
M. H. Daggott left this morning
on tho train for Arizona, to spond
tlio winter with his daughter. Ho
has boon hero for somo timo visit
ing his sons, Junior and Claud.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Corwino left
tills morning on tho train for Port
land. Mr. Corwino is an cntertain
or of tho Ellison White Festivnl. Ho
is a polyphonic entortainor and Jias
boon in Merrill, Donnnza and Fort
Klnmnth. Ho reports that ho had
largo intorostod crowds in all three
places during his performances, nnd
tho Merrill peoplo showed thorn tho
best kind of a timo Thanksgiving
Among tho visitors in tin city ro
glstorod at tho Hall Hotel are: 11. H.
Carlson, Klamath Agency, W. C
Thompson, Klamath Agency, W. H.
Koonoy, Portlnnd, S. C. Hnmnkor,
Langoll Valloy, Fred S Lowls, San
Francisco, George Lamb, Dorris; C.
A. Roodor, San Francisco; I. K. Kit
goro, Lorella; Mrs, Frod Johnson,
Portland; J. Marion Wilkes, Ta
sentiment which you felt nt first, If
you hnve been Mncere In your emotion
you will be able to pass It on to oth
ers." Industrial Arts Magazine.
A foolish consistency Is the hobgob
lin of little minds, ndored by little
htntesmen nnd philosophers nnd divines.
With consistency n great soul has sim
ply nothing to do. He mny ns well
concern himself with his shadow on
the wall. Speak what you think today.
In words ns hnrd ns cannon balls, nnd
tomorrow speak whnt tomorrow thinks,
In hard words again, though it contra
dict everything you said today. Ah,
then, exclaim the aged ladles, you will
be sure to be misunderstood. To be
great is to bo misunderstood. Ralph
MAKING DEPOSITS LY MAIL
THIS is nllo simple. First decide- whether you wish
a Chocking Account for tho bundling of business funds,
or ono fcr tho flavlngs which will bring yon a good
rate of Interact Then you may send In your money
tafely by cash by registering It with your local mail car
rier, or, by check, draft or money order In tho latter
asos It is belter to endorsa theao "payable to tho Flrht
National Hank" so that they could not be cashed by
Wo havo by-mail accounts from many places in Klamath
K. II. Itciimcx, President. ,
f I. V. WlllltH, VIctvPrcHideiit.
, Leslie Rogers, ('ashler.
A. M. Collier, Asst. Cnsliicr.
John M. Moore, Ahst. Oplilcr.
Us First National Bank
The Higher Learning.
The schoolmaster was calling on nn
"For my pnrt," bnbblcd the rood
j woman, "I can't deceive what on earth
cddlflcatlon Is comln' to I When I wns
formerly ofi young, if a gnl only understood the
ellmens of distraction, provision, re
plenishing, on' the common doinlnn
tor, tin' knew all about the rivers nn'
their obtunrles, the currants, an" the
dorm'.toorles, the provinces nn' um
pires, they had eddlflcatlon enough 1"
In England a tendency to over
look the old pre-war barriers to so
called humble positions is mani
festing Itself among girls of educa
tion. For example, a girl with a
university degree is serving as head
waitress in the tea-room of a large
Iyondon department store, while a
physician's daughter, who by way of
war work acted as a coachman and
drove a carriage, recently advertis
ed for similar employment.
Probably the foremost woman of
the American turf is Mrs Payne
Whitney of New ,York. Sho has
been a devoted follower of racing
for nearly a decade, and in her time
sho has developed some flrti-class
horses, mostly steeplechasers.
An Arab laughs nt the idea of
walking in the street with his wife.
Women in Quebec are preparing
to renew their demands before the
next legislature for the right of
municipal nd provincial Buftraglc.
Girls havo you a ''man-less"
town? If so, take a tlp'from Annico
in "THE GOLD CURE" at. the Lib
erty Theatre and remedy tho situa
tion. VIOLA DANA is the clever
star of the play tonight.
The process of refining sugar was
probably an invention of tho, Arabs.
A Venetian merchant learned tho se
cret from the Saracens of Sicily, and
sold the socret for 100,000 crowns.
Russia leather is the skin of tho
horse or calf tanned with the baric
of the birch, which gives it. that par
ticular smell which Is so grateful to
the senses, and seems to preserve it
from the attacks of insects.
On the evening before an Ar
menian wedding, presents are ex
changed between bride and bride
groom. The United States produces more
petroleum than all other countries
Tho oxact dato when sugar was
first mndo and usod is not known.
Sugar is said to havo boon known to
thoso Chinese 3000 years ago, and
thoro is not much doubt that tho
manufacture of tho article was car
ried on in China 200 years p. O.
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