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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HATVJinAY, JANlMTtYV 10, 1020
THE HIGH COST.OF
Como and ifenr what some of Klamath Falls leading
business men have to say about "CHARACTER!;
GRACE M. E. CHURCH
Cor. 10th and High
SUNDAY, JANUARY 11TH, 1920
Young People's Meeting, 6:30 P. M.
A. H. JOHNSTON, Gospel Singer, will sing. Good '
music, good time. If you have no other, church homo
we invite you.
It. L. MKIlltITT, Lciulrr.
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? Banner Week of the Season
- JANUARY 11-17
Tuesday "The Love Burglar," Wallace Reid.
Wednesday-Thursday "Crimson Gardenia," Rex
Friday-Saturday "THE MIRACLE MAN," the
Great Artcraft Special. ' ' ''
Sunday-Monday, January 18-19
MARY PICKFORD in "HEART 'O THE HILLS"
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Tho "Spark Plugs" (ailed to spark
In last night's ccontest on ttib Elks'
ulIoy.ln the mld-suason tournament,
nnd tbo "Sawdust Club," captained
by H.M. Ackliy1 degeatof Hong
land's squad In, tn tw f ljifc, gnls
of tho' contest and ledtliem in' tbJ
third. ' The score follews:
' 8nwduit Club ,,
Ackley 187 191i-10B--Rf
Bodge 108 171 179 61
bennox J7.4 1B6 161481
Wright 154 168 196517
683 690- 683
Spark" Plugs r -
Hoagland i72. 14vtl98 611
W.' Houston .. 162 190 167509
Barry,, ...., 1C ,161 118425
Lavenlk ..-. 19 P 169' 161 523
683 661 634
J. H. Carnahan thlB afternoon re
ceived n telegram, stating that tho Ir
rigation Congress, at Portland, by
unanimous voto, adopted a resolution
supporting tho Amorlcnn Legion's
fight ngnlnst tho leasing of Uppor
Lake marsh lands and advocating tho
passago of the Slnriott bll.
As tho time for action on tho thlr-t-yoar
leases of Upper Lake marsh
You May Be Old
but you're not too old; and you may be
young, but you're not too young 'to find a class
where you'll feel at home in the new Presby
terian Sunday School now ready. Primary
and kindergarten departments will be held
tomorrow in the new basement. Be on hand
Spite Bride," Olive
lends ncars, tho American Legion Is
bringing all forces to beur to defeat served at a late hour.
tho proposed leases and rcsorvo tho! Thoso present were: Hural Wallon,
lands for homostoading. Ivorna Wallon, Thelma Browne, Jean
J. H. Carnahan, commandor of tho 'McDonald. Inez Jenkins. Edna Sovlts.
local post, has received wires from Gcorgo Slcnon. Oeorge Bradley,
tho Cnllfornla Legion, assuring thlslnruco Peiklns. Johnny Powel, Glyne
post of tholr support, and advising jOtten and Charley Hall,
that they havo wired tho California
delegation In Congress to support tho Mrs. C. I. Roberts entertained
Slnnott bill for restoring tho lands to, Wednesday afternoon, at a surprise
entry. I party In honor of Mrs. Oscar Shlve,
Jay' H. Uptojl.jffesldcnttit the Ore- who leaves soon for southern Call-
gon IrffglltlorrcArgTess IB session at
Portland.'has'aastired'the T post'of bis
Bupport. "I am ttrong for you," he riade by Mrs. George -Wright and the
aiys, "and hqvo- appointed R. E. guest ofl;no'n6r. Delicious refresh
Bradbury, of 'Klamath Falls, chair-, ments were servedi Those, .present
man of the resolutions committee to were: Mesdames OScar Shlve, George
handle the matter." ' Wright', WJlllam Baldwin. W. O,
W. B. Follett, state commander, Is Smllh. c- p- Ma8on- Geer Me"y
on the eround at Portland, uslnr tho man, G. A. Krause, Wm. A.' Duncan,
state artnnlziitlon's influence with,
the Irrigation delegates.
'Wo arc not a political organiza
tion," said Mr. Carnahan today, "and
as. a post wo cannot use our .Influ
ence against G. W. Of field, for 're
election to the presidency of the Kla
math Irrigation district, but, with the
grootest rospoeffor Mr. Of field per- . 0I South Riverside street om
sonally. I connot, as tho head of nPl1't!ns tnelr numerous younger
nntHMiP onmnirntinn hut fi th.t. friends. The girls who gathered
Mr. Of flold, In 'his stand on the lease
questlon. has shown himself a friend
f ,nr in,, nrf nnnA.o.i
totho woYfa'fS'oi'the-pufc'ftc, afldVfof!1")". Elizabeth Fitch. Garrett 'Van
do not believe he is a
fcr the office."
AVQIiVKS RAID VILLAGES.
nOJJBAV. Dec. 20, (By Mall).
Raids by n pack of man-eating wolves
nro causing great terror among thoJo30i TI0 aft0rnoon wns spent in
villagers of Berar on tho bordor of needlework nnd social chat after
Nlzom Provlnco. 'which n tea was served.
Rocontly seven persons wro killed
and devoured, while many othors
wero attacked but escaped. A roward
of 20 rupoos Is offorod to ovoryono
who kills n wolf.
Mrs, 8. J-J. Mnrlln Is giving a ro
caption tills nftornoon for Bishop
Paddock at her homo on High street.
-Mr. 0. I). Ilurko will loiivo HOon
ror tin extended visit among friends
nnd relatives In tho entt.
St. Paul's Episcopal guild was do-
.llglitfully entertained by .Mrs. 811ns
I'Obonchnln this weak.
Invitations hnvo boon Issued by
Miss Vorila Cozad, Mrs. Losllo Tcr
wjlllgor, Mrs. Hnrdln Carlor and
Mrs, .John Mooro to n Masque Hall
to bo Riven at tbu White oilcan Hotol
Mrs. llolon Curry and brother, .loo
.-iicijonniu, win entertain at rtlnnor
.tomorrow ovcnlng, tbolr suests being:
tUr. and Mrs. Lamb, tho Misses Alice
McCourt and Acnes Loo, Mrs. Julo
Hurlow and Mrs. Henry Davis.
Miss Agnes Leo gavo n dinner lost
Sundny In compliment to tho two re
rnnt lirlilnl nnrlln. Mr nti.l Mru flnv
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Merrill and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ack
T ' www
T Prosporlty Ileboknli Lodgo 104 In-
stalled their now officers for tho cn
X suing term, Thursday evening at tho
Lodgo rbo'ms. Mrs. Flora Emmltt was
Installing officer-and Mrs. Kllzabcth
Hamshy was doputy grand marshal!.
Tho following officers wore Install
ed: Olondora Marshall, noble grand;
Hettlo Onrrett, vice-grand; Mrs. Mary
Horiio, Financial secretary; Adeline
TiCofor, treasurer. .
Tuesday night a .crowd of young
people gave a surprise birthday party
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flames and cards wero played during
tho evening. Dancing was a feature
of tho evening. Refreshments werej
fornla. "Five Hundred" whlled nwoy
the'afterridon.the' high" scores being
C. H. Underwood, Mrs E. T. Ludden,
Bert C Thomas, and Miss Maude
Baldwin. . , . ,
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""Mrs. Rufus 'Moore arid Miss Eliza
beth McCiirdy entertained Tuesday. at
a 'delightful dinner party at one
o'clock .at tbe Moore home, The 'Map-
Broun Mrs. Moore's beautifully de-
eoratea tome were: xuesoames ueo.
TJ'BaldwIn, E. W. Gown, John Foun-,
iqper, Jns. .Mcuiuro, k. c. waien
bljrg, J. S. Mills, Mary McLane and
Ay,U Lcavltt. '
Friday nfternon another group of
friends were Invlled by Mrs. Moore
nnd Miss McCiirdy. the Incentive for
,, nffnlr ben Mr8, A. w, PIe,
.wno loft todoy for ner homo ln San
Thoso who were bidden to extend
good wishes to Mrs.'Plol on her ro-
moval to her now. homo wore
dames S. E, Martin, U. J. Martin.
Caroy Ramsby, E. J. Murray, Frank
Davis, K.-G. Cummings, J. F. Gooller,
Jas. McCluro, C. F. Stono, W. O.
Smith, R. E. Wnttenburg, R. H. Dun
bar, O. A, Wirtz, Lou Rogers, Will
Baldwin, W. M. Duncan, G. A,
Krause, Thomas Hampton nnd E. S,
Miss Hazel Fry, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Fry, ontertalued at
a delightful partx on Tuesday of
last week. The craning was spont
In games and mualc, after which ro-
freshmontB wero sorred. Tho guests
woro tho Misses Jennie and Anna
May Johnstone, Esther McAndrows,
Mnrgarot nnd Florence Dowllng, Oc
tarln poLap, and tho Messrs. Austen
and Thoadoro Case, Wayne Koesoo,
Wallace and Verne McClollan, Virgil
DoLap and Clommcns. .j
Miss Frances Beatty entertained at
cards at her homo ln. the White
apartments on Monday evening, of
last week. Her- cuosta wero tbe
Mlssea Minnie Barnum, Faye Hogue,
and Eunice Vandenburg;
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Miss Eva Hanks was hostess at a
delightful party at her home, 733
Pine' street, last Saturday. The even
ing' was spent ln cards, music, -and
games. . Refreshments were 'serve!
Those present were: Misses Nellie
and Esther McAndrews, Jennie nd
Anna .May, Johnston, Gertrude- Far
Ken Eva .and Fern Hanks; Messri.
Prober,- .Charles Collier, fcClemniens,
3oble,-and Colman .Q'Laiigbiin. '
i i rx .w T w - -yy
wij n. , , .
)VlAlr. C. C. Hogue was hostess 'to
the: A. Nl' W. Club on-Wednesday.
The afternoon was pleasantly spent:
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ln-.neeqieworK, aiier wnica raireou
ments.' were served by the hestess:
Tose , present -were: Mesdames
Charles. Martin, Rose Otej Soule
Bratto'n, K. G. Cummlngsf R'.".-E.
LWatte'nhurg, ' E. P'. Lawrence; O.' A.
don, a,'Vw.J',AVhlte', Geofge-Chastain1',
A.-Wfljgiel, E. F. Phillips, RosevHay'"
den. and c.C. Hogue. 'J "
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Mrs. H;iJL DunbarnteiUined tbfe
W6nienrsi!Misslonary Society- o the
Chrlstiah church and theicjtbands
atvher home, n420 JeftoKBonstreet,
on Thursday evening. . . ij, t
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. v Thekedron Club met at-the home
of' iMlsses 'Jennie and AnnalyiMay.
Johnston, 1146 Canby streetn! on
Tuesday; The evening -was pleasant
ly spent 'in needlework and conversa
tion, afterwhlch 'refreshments ,wore
served. The guests were: ''Misses
Valve Drew, Gertru.de Parker, Alta
Ralp'h.Maud,. and Olive Carlton, Ros
Blter, Alice Palmer, Ruth" Patton,
Fayo'Hogiie, and Mrs. V. G. Bru
b'aker. Miss Mnrie Rambo who loft for
San Francisco Thursday morning Is
tho latest Klnnmth Falls girl to take
up niuslc as, n profession. She Is
frtudyfng music with Wallace Sabln of
San Francisco admittedly ono of the
host plpo organists in ho United
States and taking vocal training from
Mrs. Luella Wngar Coplin, who lias
a national rqputatlon for bringing
out musical talent.
Miss Rambo. glyes every promise of
a musical caroor which will reflect
great crodit on her homo town, tho
8ho Is but one of a number of talent
ed Klamath Falls girls who hnvo
Joined San Francisco's musical col
ony, Mlssea Bess Pickett, Claudia
Spink, nnd Leithla Drlscoll aro nlso
toklng Intensive musical training In
San Francisco nnd tho tlmo is not far
dlstnnt whenl Klamath Falls will hnvo
n right to be proud of them all.
Mrs, E. B. Hall was hostess Wed
nesday afternoon to a number of her
"viends at her lovoly new homo on
Pine street. Tho nftornoon Was given
over to the absorbing game of bridge'
nnd when tho scores had been count
ed there wns n tea, Mrs. H, N. Moe
W66 awarded the prize, Those present
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THERE MAY BE LARGER BANKS IN
THE WORLD THAN THE KLAMATH
STATE BANK, BUT WHERE WOULD
YOU FIND A BETTER ONE?, ":JB
Klamath State Bank
The Daylight Bank
Corner Sixth and Main
SfV'.rtC,! 1J' &- !
' ' .' e- -aft
i- r. .
-were: Mesdames Fred Schallock, H.
N Moe, Thomas' Hampton, Klpp Van
Riper, Earl Whltlock, J. C. Brockeri
brough and G. R. Manning.
Help the census .taker.
LEMBERG Galicia, TJec.?21, (By
Mall), Another American air squad
ron ,1s to be formed in conjunction
wlfh the Kosciuszkof squadron' to
serve ,yrlth the Polish army1 against
the 'Bfjlshevlkl, according to Mafor
Cedrlc. Fauntlero'y, commanding the
Koselnszko squadron. t
Thenew squadron will be named
P.uiaskl,','- after the Polish patriot'
IwJjo ought and died inr the American
cplonJes during the Revolution. The
squadron, VilT "fornj 'y?hat will be
&9con'sumer and .th'e, other a food1
deafejyor producer. Persons .who ex
port' (yithaut government permission
articles which the Economic Minister
hpldsas j necessary for-life will be
punished by these courts'
7'PeqalUes will ilnclude. bdth Im
prisonment and tines up to 500,000
marks., There is to be no appeal
from,the verdict of these courts; "f
HEADS R. R. UNION
LONDON, Dec. 15. (By Mail.)
J. H. Thomas, member of parliament,
has 'been nppolnted supreme' head of
the National 'Union of Railway men
aj a saiary or t,uuu a year, exciu-
sive of his parliamentary salary of
Ho is allowed traveling ex-
An extra- added attractloh-at the!
i.ioeriy aunnay nnu .uonaay. is inejana i'.i) p. m. ana every afternoon
wonderful now color photography mt 2:30 and evening at -7:30 all next
Prlzma the first ever shown In week. 10
Klamath Falls. The subject is
"Trout" nnd will be of great Interest
to sportsmen and nature1 lovers.iQ c
Help, tho census taker,
Save Your Pennies
The Cash and Catry System Will Help You!
All goods marked in plain figures. No special
baits necessary. Just the best of everything for
less, at this
Spot Cash Basket Grocery
. . AfeftuYtlhp, Trop.
822-824 Klamath Avenue
, Came to, my place,- 8 miles east of
Merrill, or 3 miles west of Malin',
about six weeks ago, one" roan cow,
with red calf, brand lazy E on left
hip, uppr- half crop ot; the left ear
crop off right ear. Owner may hare
same by paying charges'.
10-13 JOHN CACKA.
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" HdW 4BODT YOUR- FERN '
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Wo have "the, ferns. ,. Order any
Cut' Flowers! In season.
Floral Designs: ,
t -iWe will help, you plan your' flower
garden for. the -coming- season. In
terview our landscape gardener.
KLAMATH FLORAL CO.
210 K. Mala St.
STAR,', "The usner,'," Charles Ray."
TEMPLE,1 'heAvalanche" ' Elsie
Ferguso. ad'v1.,e ,
GREAT MEETINGS AT
.. THBIETHODIST CHURCH.
The meetings at . the
church are gaining In interest every
night. Thei .house was crowded last
night. Dr.. Dantord preached on the
subject "Finding Tfourself." He said
a man must find' himself in "Some
thing to do.'' in ''The Harmonious
Working of his own nature," in an
Hxaitea forsonniity, nd as a
"Child of God". Mr. Johnston sane
M'Vill Mn. 3in, in ,n Aatni nf
aU especlally.io the youngsters. The
song service engaged in by all the nu-
dience. is a great feature of tho serv-
ice each evening. The Methodists are
doing their best to make everybody
feel at home and welcome ln nil tho
Meetings on Sunrtav at 11 n. m.
Tho book "When Bear Cat Went
Dry", Is on sale at Underwoods Phar
macy and Harry Richardson's Book
Store. , 3-12
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