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-aCTUADAY. FK&RUARX' T, lMtt.
THE EVENING HjftALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
. . MURRAY
Published daily except Sunday by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Fall, at 115 Fourth Street.
Entered nt the postottlce at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., (or transmission thru
the malls as second-class matter.
S o c i tH y
Tho Christian WoraHnla Hoard of
Missions ot tho Christian church
met at tho bnutlful homo of Mrs.
J L. Beckley Thursday evening, with
members nnd seventeen
Th meeting was
Sailor Dosco, built like n cham
pion, but as yet an unknown qunn-; seventeen
ntv tfl inrnl fans, will nrrivc Mon-t visitors present
day evening to pitch his local train-'led by Mrs. Painter and the follow
lug camp In preparation for Wednes-.lng program was rendered:
- ,day night's bout with Billy Huff, nt i Sdo, by Alice Carson.
ddrlL'the Sd States":'1 ' "" ,,0so- Th0 -tar hn8 asL "lb' "??' ntld PryCr' by "'
One Tear jr. no' trainer and sparring partner Bob, C. K Trimble.
... .50, Wall, who has n placo in Pacific
! Const ring records. Wall is Inct
( dentally looking for n chance for a
Member of the Associated I'rcss.
The Associated Press is exclusively!. , ,
entitled m fh nKn for r.m.hiim.ion' ocnl engagement
ot all news dispatches credited to It llu ls In first-class condition nnd
or not otherwise credited in this is working out dally with Earl
paper, and also local news published Rcney. Huff boxed several fast
-,", ... ... ., . (rounds with nichey yesterday and,
All rights ot republication ot spe-f , ,. . . ,, .
dal dispatches herein are also re-!desPtc hls opponent's superior
J weight, showed up well in the spar
ring. Huff and nichey have Joined
forces until tho latter meets O'Brien,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1020.
Review of nn article by Dr. Hag
man, a missionary to China, by Mrs.
The biography of nobert Morri
son, by Rachel Applegnte.
Vocal duet, by Mrs. WirU nnd Mr.
Piano solo! by Mrs. Haydon.
A round tnble discussion of tho
"World Call," tho organization's
Delicious refreshments wore
- 'which match will probably take, served by tho hostess, assisted by
place within the next three weeks. , Mrs House, Mrs. Thomas, nnd some
w nvcDrjAin nichey is in excellent condition and of the members or tno uerean sun-
YYA5 OVERPAID a few weeks of swnnnlnsr blows with day school class.
.Huff will bring him to a point where!
Five new members were added to
John Hampshire, trustee has be-! ho will be a hard man to handle, the roll ami arrangements wro
run suit in the circuit ccurt acainst Tho big fellow has mixed with thoimaue u.r wio eiuer.iainu-..v ui m
George B. Fife to recover S2.390.39. best of the bruisers, including sev
stnte workers expected
nn niiPiroil nvmnavmmt in sotntnir oral bouts with Jack Dompsoy. nnd . Portland and Eugene.
the share of the proceeds from min- handles his bulk cleverly. The com-j Mrs. E. J. Mayer, president of the
lng operations -in tho Waldo unor- ing heavyweight contest ls going to (society, made nn Interesting talk on
ganlzed mining district in Josephine attract a number of outside fans and'10" work,
county. will give tho boxing game a big im-j
Ylalntitf, as trustee, leased certain petus locally. A newsrnper of Willows, Callfor-
copper claims to C. E. Tucker, who Speaking of outside attendance, a J "la. ' writing of tho concert given
imb-leased to Fife, with the provl- number of Weed citizens report thnt,"' tho Willows Municipal band, has
.Inn not tho !, n-. - 1. .1 Ihnil M-Ill l.n In nllnnilnnnn Wiln-. I tnC lOIIOWlHg lO SUV Ol JITS. II. It
claims for a certain definite share In day night to root for tho sailor lad,
the profits. A number of carloads of who has done some boxing in the
ore were extracted durinc the sum- lumber town and has lots ot friends , never
xner of 191S and shipped to the Ta- there. (than In the sol3 chosen. She has
coma Smelting company. I Papke still slings a heavy mit and , tl wonderfully clear, sweet tone, nnd
Settlement was made on the his ability to take punishment has06 spontaneous applause for an en
smelter receipts, but In final settle- not deserted him since he fout jcore proved the appreciation of tho
roent with the smelting concern, here last month, according to tho audience." Mrs. Gallagher was
plaintiff found that in computing Sacramento Bee's account of his Miss Marjorie McClure before her
freight .charges and royalties suffl- fight there last Wednesday night marriage and during her visit here
dent deduction had not been made. His bout with Brown here next Wei-' this fall delighted her friends with
and in consequence defendant re- nesday promises to share honors 'several public appearances and gave
ceived $2,390.39 In excess of the with the main event. The Bee sald:a splendid concert for the benefit of
share to which he was rightfully en-' "The best battle of the show was the pipe organ fund of the Presby
titled. C. F. S'one is. one of counsel a real slugging match between terian church,
retained by the plaintiff. Young Papke ot this city and Sailor
, . ' "' Suddington, who substituted for 1 Mr. and Mrs. Don J. Zumwalt have
Are yon enumerated? tprowse. neferee Eddie Hanlon!"61"11 w'd from Professor H. B.
GOVERNMENT ASKS. BIDS 'pronounced the affair a draw, andPassnre. the well-known vocal
OS INDIAN TIMBER the crowd was satisfied. papket teacher, that he will make them a
: i fought the best fight he has everjTlsit during the sdramer and will
The Indian service is advertising offered In this city, and the fans Baw take a limited number of pupils dur-
lor bids tor 160.000 "'feet nVwhf?. him hlt-the floor for the first time.., "B h'9 stay in the city. Professor
pine and other timber , 'on ,.10,000 In the second, round a double knock
acres of unalletted: land south of the down occurred when both men Iand
Chiloquin Lumber company's mill ed heavy punches and dropped to the
(the Blocklnger, mill) on Sprague canvas. Suddington was up in an
river. f The minimum acceptable offer instant, while Papke took the advan
oij pine' is fixed'at $3.50. The bids 4age of the count,
will be opened April 1. L
k . i ' 'T, ' 1 5. Are you enumerated?
Are you enumerated? 1
Mjs, Howard Dow entertained at n
most delightful luncheon yesterday In
honor of Mrs, Graco Vaughn ot Mnn-i
colonn, Michigan who Is spending the.
winter with her slater, Kirs. J", C.
SuniTTiy evening a numbor ot tli
close friends tit Mrs. Julo Darlow,
who leuMs soon for two months study
ot Instrumental music In Snn Fran
cisco guttered for u little dinner In1!!
the RoxCnfu. Those who nt totaled
were: MiVdnmes Harry Ackley, Hurry
Poole, Mrs. Barlow, and the Misses
Agnes I.ee, Alice .McCourt nud Twyla
Mrs. C. U. Do Lap entertained a
nuaibur of her friends Thursday af
ternoon at her hoiuu on South River
side street. Needlework and conver
sation passed away tho pleasant af
ternoon and tho hostess scrvod dainty
refreshments beforo tho guests de
parted. Those present were: Mos
ilnmc's' S. E. Milam, T. V.. Griffith.
Grace Griffith, It. Orein. Chcstor Do
I.np, Charles Dol.np, Horry Richard
son, Gnrrott Vim Riper, C. K. Mason,
w w l.nivla. .1. W. Ilrvnnt. C. L.
l.owls. W. E. IKiilnln, Kiln McMillan,! $.,
norl.llrewbalsor and Euumi Dol.ap. ,
Miss Jennie Johnston will entertain,
the SitO club of which bho Is a mem
ber st her homo on C'nnby street this i
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoguo ontor-?
tallied a number of tholr friends nt'!.
l'AOR K0Vi ' '
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, - m r
$1.00 Sunday Special Dinner $1.00,
Crab Flnko Cocktail'
It I co
Ripe Olives Dill Pickles
t' ' Hnlml
Special Fruit, Whipped Cream
Young Chicken Fricassee. Rex Stylo
Suiireinti of Chicken PiiUIcr i. la King
Klamath Turkey, Celery Dressing, Glblot Grnvy
Yankee Pudding, Hmtco Vnnllln ,
Green Apple Pit) Homo-Miulo I'timpkln I'lo
THE REX CAFE
cards l'st night nt their homo on
High', street. Five Hunilted wits the!
gnme'iof tho evening nnd tho prizes i
mj.-----;--!---I-4- ! tni
woioWnnTed to Mrs. Alfred Collier I colors-of purplo android, tho t lili within tlirvo weeks' of "sending tho
Gallagher, who was tho soloist of tho iu"lMilr- r'" "" -"-- .being auornoti witn "imrcissu .u swine to market, whin llu-y ara fed
evening: "Her beautiful voice wnslmen!8 wero orVcrt nl tho c,1"3 of l ' lolf ts and tho pluco curds which1 with corn only.
shown to better advantage "V" ""' """ 7"""" ,, wero unnu pniiueu wore uiuniy pic, .Miirtlm lielluves that tho cheap
nnuirs. Anurew voiuur. .. u.... luros ot (l mUu uoy ,. mtl0 B,r, ,1()rgl, ,8 KonR ff th ,inrkcl , tbo
Mrs. Albert Collier, und Mrs. Collier's i(1,KentIv almlylnK 81)0ng book.1 Hiring and that ovon old. wornout
sister, Mls 1'orter ot Eugene, Mr. and After tll0 uimi,U()t tl0 following i0W9, which ho tins boon using hh
Mrs. S. E. Martin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carey ,oaslH woro K,vc1 ..To lll0 winners",. j10K fCed, will bo difficult to obtain.
Rnmsby. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Walton- ,nngy itobertson; responso "To tho ,ny farmers who did not havo tho
burg. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Johnson. ,. oser8(.. ci.nrllno Lambert; Song, fcC(, t0 cnrry tllolr )ck ,hrougll
Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Yadcn, Mr. and , ..Three cheers for thtf Pevonth tl0 winter raeririeod tho animals
Mrs.. Charles Martin. Mr. t.ullckson , (jrnthj". othor toasts woro "To the' rntlicr than lt thVin stnrvo on tho
and Miss Fayo Hogue. I Teachers." Evelyn Whltmoro; rcs.( rnB lUuinf, tho wnttK.( Mirtho said,
iponse, Miss Rosslter and Miss lnrk-;nn, j tnp ,lrinK they will buy stock
The Ladles' Missionary society otor; inies , ueimur iiouorison, nKSl (n oriJer t0 rcgumo work
the Baptist church met at tho new 'Friendship," Dorothy llorr, "Tiirce
home of Mrs. Lentz, In Mills Addl- Best Doctow", Hnrrlett Sugarman,
tlon, Thursday afternoon. After a
short business meeting of the club,
Paesmore is the ffttherof the .famous
Passmore trio, which has played in
Rnmo rr .tho now n.iiiinn.1... L Kni. on dmhrniio. o-rnn loitoiv in nv ! afternoon was lileasantlv sDent in herger
"jj J Keariy an tne women in tne run'
, ouuic ui-iuts ukw luuiiouaires InlJiiD can euiuruiuer cxquiaiiei 111 sun ---....- -- .-..rf UAw..
Japan have taken up golf, wbichs or cotton. . The 'work is chiefly done; needlework, after .which refresh
they play en links maintained in thfiffor wrappers and veils for their own'roents were served by the hostess,
most apprpved style. "!j
Rev. Mr. Stewart gave a very Inter
A lively lunch was served by the
hostess, and a most enjoyable time
was had'Tiy all. Those present were:
TheRsi. Mr. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Dayls, Mrs. B. S. Grlgsby, Mrs.
Kfamath Falls oh seVeral occasions.. C. W. Miller. Mrs. Fred Nltchleum.
and are well-known musicians of the Mrs. NuSandham, Mrs. M. A. Haw-r-n,.
, kins. Mrs. Frank Bryant. Mrs. Bert
j!) , HawKins, Mrs. Staub,
The Hannv Hftfir plnh mol m tho Johnson, Mrs. Mary
home of Mrs. Hfc'fry Richardson, 41 1mU. Mrs. nay Hunsaker, nay Leo
South niverside,,ot. Tuesday. The Hunsaker, Jr?, and Mrs. J. n. Hersh-
"Our Town", Merton Frost.
Arc you enumerated?.
FEED MEAT RATION.
TO FATTEN SWIXE.
-Ar jou enumerated?
HELENA, Mont. Feb. 7. Cooked
horse meat, mixed with nlfultii And
corn, Is being used as foundation for
Kwlne at a plant near Boulder accord-
HELENA, MontyFeb, lnfnntilo
paralyslH Is on the decline in Mon
tana, according to Miss Marlon For
ot the child welfare 'department of
the stnte board of health.
There nre not more than 75 cusen
In tho state M Ids "Vox snys, while a
car ago thorc Were 1C0. Tho period
of convalescence from tho dUcaso is
long sometimes two years, and It In
Mrs. W. D.,
Ing to Harry Murtha. a liorso buyer,
who recently was In this city. He nl-. necessary that the .patient have ex
so Is In tho swlno business. Ho snysj pert supervision during tho time, flhu
horse meat Is fed to the hogs up to says. iIH
Special Sunday Dinner, $1.00
nipe Olives Sweet Pickles
Crab Flake Salad
Halibut Lemon Butter ' -
Choice of '
Chicken Fricassee, Egg Dumplings
Loin of Pork, Celery Dressing
Creamed Garden Peas
Custard Pudding, Lemon Sauce Hot Minco Pie
Tea Coffee Milk
The ladles of the Presbyterian
Those present were: Mesdames cnurcn neiu a socmi B.""f.
George Blehn, R. A. Eramltt, Stein-(Thursday afternoon, in tho ladles'
metz, H. J. Winters, John Hamilton, I ParIor of tho new church llulI,1'nR'
n t roM,o...i nn, t !.. I corner Sixth and Pine streets. The
w. it.nniup jug . ..uiiluic,
Walter Perkins, Mary McClure, n.
E. Wattenburg, K. G. Cummlngs.
J. F. Goeller, Oarret Van niper,
Everet McColluni, William Wilson,
n. J. Sheets, and 'Jim Newnham.
Miss Delphlne Graham, little
daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. A. F,
Graham, celebrated her
birthday last Saturday with a den
llghtful party. The children spent i
affair was In the nature of a kitchen
shower, many and various articles
for use in tho kitchen being brought
by the guests. The afternoon quick
ly passed in social conversation,
while busy needles hemmed tea
towels. A delicious luncheon was
served by the hostesses of tho after-
seventh noon' Mr8, Boyd' Mr8, Goraon' an"
Tho guests present were: Miss
the afternoon playing games, after Maud Carleton, Mrs. Burgo Mnscn,
which delicious refreshments wero, JIrs- warren Kanuy, .Mrs. Heruert u.
served to them. Those present were; Jewell, Mrs. A. B. Epperson, Mrs.
Ann Waters. Huth Vanlcn. infa M. S. West, Mrs. L. Gerber, Mrs. W.
Powell, Frederick Johnson, Joe,0, Bal1, Mrs
Crook, Herbert and Delphlne Gra-
610 MAIN ST.
"A Homelike Church"
Corner Tenth and High Streets
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Morning Church Service, 11 a. m.
Epworth League, 6 :30 p. m.
Evening Church Service, 7:30 p. m.
Evangelistic Heart Cheering Services
YOU ARE INVITED
Mrs. C. V. Fisher's Sunday school
class held a basket social In the
Methodist church last Friday even
ing. Tho baskets were sold very
fast and-,a most enjoyable time was
spent by those present.
Mrs. C. F. "Wlnnek and Mrs. G. A.
Massey entertained tho A. N, W.
club ut the homo of Mrs. Massey, In
Hot Springs, on Wednesday. . The
afternoon was spent in needlowork,
after which delicious refreshments
wero served. Those present were:
Mesdames G, W, White, J. F. Goel
ler, S. H. Martin, Carey Rnmsby, C.
C. Hoguo, R. H. Dunbar, George A.
WIrtz, Georgn Hnydon, E. S, Phll-
F. T. Nelson, Mrs. H.
P. Dow. Mrs. Grace Vaughan, Mrs.
J. C. Johnston, Mrs. E. L. Elliott, i
Mrs. J. McClure, Mrs. n. E. Watten
herg, Mrs. B. A. DeYo, Mrs. M. A.
Mann, Mrs. C. C. Hogue, Mrs. A. M.
Worden, Mrs. O. W. White, Mrs. J.
A. Gordon, Mrs. W. R. Boyd, Mrs.
Fred Fleet, Mrs. Et, S. Henry, Mrs.
W. S. Slough, Mrs. E. P. Lawrence,
Mrs. C. S. Harder, Mrs. B. M. Hall,
Mrs. M. Hanks, Mrs. n. J. '.Sheets,
Mrs. H. Ferguson, Mrs. F. R. Call,
Mrs. G. D. Grizzle, Mrs. F. A. Baker,
Mrs. G. T. Porter, Mrs. Andrew Col
lier, Mrs. W., C. Van Emon, Mrs. E.
S. Phillips, Miss Alta Ralph, Miss
Olivo J. Carlton.
Tho seventh and eighth grades of
tho Central nchool have been having a
spelling match under tho direction of
lips, K, G. Cummlngs, J. E. Brntton.j their ablo teachers, Miss Edith Sim
Lou Rogers, and R. E. Wattonburg.
The enterprising people of Mnlln
are to give a inasquo ball Baturda;
ovonlng February Hth and tha pro
ceeds will ho. used for tho benefit of
tho Mallu I'uMlp Library, Tho mujlc
will bo furnished by tho Mnlln or
chestra and, from tho reports nt tho
hospitality of tho people of that nec-
tlon of tboicouniy on all previous oc
casions it is expected that a large
numbor from Klamath Falls will at
eon nnd Miss Lorn Hossltor, iJotn
Rides did Bplondldly but tho eighth
grndo lost so It was dccldod that tho
losers should glvo n hanquot to thn
wlnnorx nnd under thn direction of
Miss Virgil of tho domoHtlc science
department tho girls of the eighth
grado propared nnd sorvod a banquet
whichprovpd that despito- their poor
spoiling they woro very excellent
cooks 'and thoy hnvo overy right to
challenge, tho seventh grndo girls to
prove themselves to be hotter hostess
es. The decorations were in tho class
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