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WEDNESDAY, Aritlli T, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
E. J. MURRAY
FRED S O U L K
Puhltftlinil rinllr. otwnt Rimrtnv. hv
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL T, UKJO
AT11KNS, Apr. ".Greek troops
hnTo been authorized by tho nllles'
supremo military council to mlvnnco
Into Asia Minor In anticipation of an
eventual attack by Muspnplm Kemal
and hnve occupied strategic a posi
tion east of the sector thoy have hold
around Smyrna, according to a (111
patvh to tho newspaper, "Kthnos."
ATHKNS. Apr. 7. It Is anuouu'od
here that an Italian mission hns ar
rived at Athens on tho way to Iti'sslr
to ncg tlnw with tho Soviet govern
ment for tho purchase of raw ma
'terlnl for manuf.tcturcs.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' I
The girls of the Klamath county
high school will give their first gym-
nastlc exhibition at the opera house
Friday evening, April 9.
In dances and drills they will den:
onstrate the work of the year, in
cluding folk dances from the Russian
Swedish, Italian and Irish.
An attempt will be made to show
the characteristic 'costumes of these
countries. An esthetic dance or two
will complete the program.
The admission is 50 cents and it Is
toped that the parents 'and those
Interested in the girls' work will be
Peter J. Lux of Sbelbyvlllo.
Ind., Is here shown with the 20
car samplo of Johnson-co Whlto
corn which won the title for him
at tho recent International Hay
and Grain Show at Chicago. Every
car measured 10 1-2 Inches long.
8 Inches in circumference weighed
21 ounces and had 20 rows of ker
nels. Tho display was said by
Judges to bo ono of tho most uni
form ever shown In tho United
States. They aro tho result!' of
years of effort.
ERROR CAUSES DELAY
IN DIST. CONTRACT
HOLDS CONFERENCE today
ALHANY. N. Y., Apr. 7. Two bills
I designed to carry out the recommen
dations of tho assembly Judiciary
commltteo "for barring the Socialist
party of America from participation
'In politics In Now York stato," was
I intrcduccd in the legislature today.
"NEW YORK. Apr. 7. N.nv York
state's "big four" uninstructed dele
gation to tho Republican national
convention rolled over tho opposition
I to former State Senator William M.
llennett, and pledged support of tho
presidential candidacy of Hiram
Johnson in yesterday's primaries, ac
cording to virtually complete returns
The home of Hart Schnffner & Mnrx clothes
A great mili
tary conspiracy, which was to haw
been a Uavnrlnn parallel to tho rccont1
Berlin revolution, has been discov-
NEW CAPITAL BUD
The supplementary, contract be
tween the United States grvemment
and the Klamath Irrigation project
providing for an expenditure of
3125.000 for the reconstruction of
the Henley flume, lining the south
branch canal, building the new
Adams flume in the Merrill district
and building about $25,000 worthof
ditches to bring new land under irri
gation, was rpnnrlpil Uv Pr.nlont Inn
oger Newell to the board of direct:rs! WASHINGTON ALUMNI I
yesterday to have been found to con- j SEEK TO RAISE FUNDS
tain certain errors which .made it j SEATTLE April 7. Graduates of
necessary to return the instrument to J-be University of Washington are j
Denver for correction. campaigning to rake $500,000 for!
As soon as the contract comes back tne construction of Washington
-It will receive tho cons.'daration ofjF'cI'' a memorial stadium planned I
the b:ard and will be submitted to for the university campus here.
the laud owners of the district fori The sodium is to be built in'units. .
endorsement at a special election, the According to present plans the first
dale of which is to be fixed. I unit will bo completed in time for I
Drain Ordered ' Cleaned I tne Washington-Dartraouth football
The Eberleln drain, between the'same November 27. When the
-city limits and the Enterprise tract 'Btradium ,s completed, it -will seit
was ordered cleaned, and the project, ,3,uuu .Pe0Die
manager agreed to have the v.
A, meeting of the beard of park
commissioners was held ut the city
hall yesterday afternoon, Mayor Stru-
... .. . . ered in Munich, it was announced i
presiding. Other members present1 A "'i
were Don J. Zumwalt, city engineer,
ex officio member, the Hon. George
T. Baldwin, R. S. Moore. Dr. C. V.
Fisher and Captain O. C. Applegate,
acting secretary. Frank Ward and
Frank Ira White, the other members,
Status of several park sites under
consideration was discussed in detail
and the maycr was authorized to
dispose of one important site, which
Is nst now available for park pur
poses and was alBO authorized to be
gin the improvement of the two parks
dedicated to the city in Industrial
addition, immediately north of Mills
addltfbn. It is expected, members of
the board sai dtoday, that some very
Important accomplishments will be
reached" early this spring.
Her daddy is Franklin K. Lane
Secretary of Interior. Her name I
is Miss Nancy and she is one ol
the most popular Washington '
buds, a debutante of the season, i
ALTAR SOCIETY MEETS
SCHOOL ON WHEELS
EUGENE, Oregon, April 7. Lane
county, In which Eugene is situated,
boasts of a traveling schoolhouse.
H. M. Sheerer, a Washington which moves through the county
graduate, who submitted the prize jWith the logging camps. The school
winning name, ''Washington Field" ' nas every convenience of a modern
'in a recent contest, has turned his institution. The teacher receives a
TOMQRROW'AFTERNOON pTiza check of $100 back to the salary of $75 and her board and
Clothes That "Reduce the Cost"
GOOD CLOTHES LOWER THE COST OF LIVING THEY
WEAR LONGER; YOU EUY LESS OFTEN.
WE HAVE THAT KIND; HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
CLOTHES; STYLISH, ALL-WOOL, GUARANTEED.
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
A meeting of the altar society of
Bacred Heart church will be held in '
the assembly room tomorrow uf-er-
noon at 2:30 o'clock.
in return for two I lodging. Tho attentlanco varies, ac-
cording to the size of the families of ORGANIZATION AIDS
MASONS WILL INITIATE
The Royal Arch Masons will coa-
WOMEN GET WORK d-
AT THE THEATERS
Gambling is almost a universal
Imnnrtf.IU I ., n i . , . . n.lSSInn ntnnn- iha ri- I. V. ii-v I
hiiKineo win v.o . ......, , lul lIIB n"'al -rcn aegree on several ' "" " l" '
-...., ..... ut unueatu iljlll a
"lar?f attpnrlnnia to ..Am. a. rt,I
..u. r()w n(ght at the Magon,c Ha
BACK FROM ELBA
candidates at their meeting tomor-'m,nfnE districts. It is no uncommon
;signt to see a group of men and
youths standing at a street corner
w-atchlng for tho number of the first
tramcar on which there was a sneep-
siaKe. iven the numberw nt dm
LONDON, Mar. 23, (Ily Mall). -Women
who aro out of work or whoso
earnlngcapacltles havo suffered as n
result of tho war now havo tho bene
fit of tho direct help and atlvlco of
tho Content committee on women's
0 transformations of character. It Is
1 said that In tills production tho play
O ers hold tho nudlonce in spellbound
A famous physician has said that a "Hfnco ns thoy enact a drama teom
good laugh is bettor than n dose of lnK with intonso situations.
medicine, because In laughter the
mind Is necessarily freed from wony,
fear, business strain, etc., which nro
known to havo a depressing effect on
FINDS A WAY OUT
tiainlng and employment, which has
,,.. i . .. ... lust been anno nted by thy minister . . . '
., s;u uui m religious services . nnu enron c. sucn as ci a ictcn and vm- lie ir an encn.
not InfHsntlr form tho subject of ZZ cZLlTslZZZl '''" l?' f ? C"UM TT "" h.U"1 Il0 ,B,"n"
tho phjslcal organism iind In mnuv PHILADELPHIA, Apr. 7 Yankeo
caseu to bo tho causo of diseaHO, acuto ingonulty lias triumphed In f.ir off
WILL WRITE BOYHOOD
i .... .... ... sicai Donont to tno uody 'irorororo last May ns nn oil burnnr. rnn Himri
orea to taKe over mo ua nnco ot mo, ,,, , . , .... ,,,.,. .....
Women" fund ' """""' v.jnaiii u. iv.rr
cntunrllann. nru ronllv inlnttlnnnrlnu tt tnnnnr-wl In 'M i. ........ n u. .
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UfrAl& UdUJlHtn- h
Quoen's "Work for
and a further sum of
.boon allocated to It by the National 'r ito vT I T i. -n" ,f, , , r" Afl"-ch''"K
1 Tioiinf fmi P y srouch. in "Ro a Lit- Its cargo, tho Ogontz steamed nearly
' tlo Sport," nt tho Liberty tonight. 1.000 miles to Lim 1'nim... ii i
i ' ho nnv mmmmpo. whlrli cnnRIMIH .... .. '
.... - ' - - which snows somo or tno funniest on-
'of 14 members, all well-known social tnnB,emenU a yollnK man 0V(r , t
workers under tho chairmanship of ,nt0 , iTyln(, t0 m marrle(li
i tho Marchioness of Crowe, will begin i
at onco to train eligible women to ,,. .
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Fox photoplay ((tarring Gladys
Brockwell, will bo shown at tho
Liberty Theatre on Thursday. In
! quality as teachers of domestic sci
ence, higher grado cookery, physical
science and welfare work, and a se
lected fow will bo Introduced to tho
I medical and legal professions.
this play onerecelvcs a vivid Improi-
oiiiiuneu a supply of fuel oil. Sho
vvhh reconverted Into an oil burnor
tlioro and returned to Now York.
HL'SINESS MEN'S MEETIN
rho Iluslnoss Men's asHoclotlon
will hold n special meeting Wednes
day ovonlng, April 7, nt.OMO o'clock
.Thowboyhood of ticorco Wash.
Ington Is fcf bo written Into new
bodk form by this talented wcut
ern writer, Miss Dyrd Mock of
California. She (s now in Wash
ington gatherini'data. Miss Mock
to ona of tho 'founders of iho
American Women's Legion.
WOJL1N IS CANDIDATE
IN UMATILLA COUNTY
slon of a -I'd. variation of human C JXJUJL 'i'.0'?!' f?.-
nmnllnno ;." ," ,""':" ""'" " u " imnS-
Gladys Rrockwell, tho 'glrl of n
PENDLETON Ore., April 7
tho first time In tho history of Uma.
tilla county, a woman, Mrs. Claro
Partrldgo Stone, has npnounced hor
candidacy ' for tho office of county
Mrs, Rtqno resides at Athena. She
l'i a daughter of tho Iato General
Partridge, commandor of Union
forces in tho civil war. She will run
on the republican ticket. -
thousand expressions gives a
forceful Impersonation of a wnlf of
Fo" the world who experiences nmnzlng
acted and a full attendance of mom-
i.uni is rofiuested. Tho Klamath
Kuiiiuuriuen s association
nttond in force.
W. C. VAN EMON,
"Biscuit" is derived from a Latin
word which, means "cooked 'twlco."
Tho Chinese wore fighting with
guns at a tlmo when Europeans used
bows and arrows.
SPECIAL MEETING ON
THURSDAY, APRIL 8TH
LIBRARY HALL, THIRD AND MAIN STS.
TL1 .1 ..
mis is me meeting you have been asked to !-!,