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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1920)
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IHE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
1 The Evening Herald
P. J. MCXBAX
Pabllabed dally, except Sunday, by
It Herald Publishing Company of
atkuaata rails, at 115 Fourth Straat.
' ' '
atered at tba poatofflea at Klam
Ik rails, Ora., tor transmission thra
aae aalls as eeeoad-claae matter.
MEMBER OP THK ASSOCIATED
Tba Auoelated Press Is exclusively
titled to tho hm fqr republication
fall news dlipatcbea crcdltod to It.
r not otberwlts credited In tbli
paper, and alio tba local news pub
SATURDAY, AUGUST 98, 1M0
TO B OPENED
la answer to aa Increasing demand
for a kindergarten, Miss Mary E.
Ball will open a play acbool early In
September. Tba establishment of
tba play acbool la. undertaken wltb
tba coavlctlon tbat tba best Is noae
too food for little children.
Tbe term "play eehoot". applies to
the sewer typa oc acbool walca a
fast replacing tba formal kindergar
teas. While It may be said tbat tbe
play acbool la "all play," It U at tbe
same time educational. it swans
happy, all-aided development for lit
ye children who are becoming Inter
asted la persons and places outside
of tbe bonae, aad yet who are not
ready for the sablle school snbjeeis.
Parents are beginning to realize
more fully the value of this particu
lar period of child life and Its Influ
ence upon the formation of charac
ter. Through the play school the
child develops bis Instincts, Inter
ests and powers. Teacher and child
work together towards this end, be
cause they are playing together.
Fish Nits, the First Lace.
Examine n piece of fine and costly
Ince. yhat Is tt fundamentally?
It Is a net. By origin It Is 'a fish
net The first latcmakcr was a fish
erman, or perhaps his wife.
All'Of-the'beautlful Inccs we know
today are developed from thnt clever
Invention, the flth net. They linrlt
hack, 'therefore, far Into tho prehis
toric. The first white men who enme to
America found no Incrtnakvrs on this
continent but they ;dld find the In
dians weaving fabrics of cotton, yucca
ana other rubric, with elaborate pat
tern design. They were particularly
skillful at a certain sort of "drawn
The California Indians of today
male cotton Ince, but the nrt has been
taught to them by'whlte people. The
pottery they tuske for sale Is some
times adorned with this lace.
Which suggests mention of the fact
that the early Indians often decorated
their pottery with textile patterns by
Impressing the latter upon the clay
Dictionaries are forbidden entrance
to Turkey because tbe Sultan la us
ually mentioned In such books, and
that la contrary to Turkish Jaw.
, Women Demand Grit '
' 'If you have the grit you can com
mand respect. The world doesn't want
any, fawning apologies. That may
serve a purpose under some "weak
sister" a Ircumstancrs, but never under
the grrttest'need. Some folks wonder
why It Is that "all the world lovea a
lover." The fact Is a lover must have
grit Women want their heroes to be
leaders, daring. Irresistible. They
want men who do things. They evea
Ilka to be ms4e do a few things they
protest but enjoy just the earn.
Weaklings So not dsra auch audacity?
They fear they will Jose the maiden'
sasUea. As a matter of fact It's the
daring and the assurance that wlna.
"Faint heart never won fair lady" wo
are told. Even In lovemaklng yon
must have grit And what's more tbe
fellow that doea not have grit doesat
deserve to win. Why should a wom
an waste herself on a molly-coddle!,
Be a man If yen would win. Orit
A UNION STORE
. THEY'LL SOON BE HERE !
GET YOUR BOY A SUIT OF LEATHERIZED. YOU'VE OFTEN WISHED FOR A SUIT OF IRON.
WELL, WE HAVE THEM MADE WITH LEATHER WHERE THE WEAR IS HARDEST. COME
IN, LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU. YOU'LL BE INTERESTED, SURE. PRICED
Absolutely guaranteed. A new
one if unsatisfactory
$1575 and up.
Appeal te SnebWehneaa.
"That umbrella repairer has a flat
"What Is itr
"First ssks tbe lsdy of tbe house If
she' has any golf clubs to mend."
"Why do they try so much hot air
pressure on witnesses?"
"I suppose It Is because they waat
to pump them."
A well-constructed brick house
.will 'outlast one built of granite.
WE HAVE OTHERS FOR LESS
WE ARE ALSO WELL STOCKED UP WITH HATS, CAPS,
SHOES, SWEATERS, IN FACT ALL THE BOY WISHES FOR
" I Ain't Mad at Nobody "
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an extent that the Importation of
keroseno for drinking Is a consider
able trado In Peru and Bolivia.
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Klamath Falls, Oregon
SEPTEMBER 6, 1920
WILD HILL ItKED
Wild Bill Reed vs. Earl Ritchie
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Klamath Fall, the Pride of Oregon
Special event, Bobby Wagner of Seattle vs. Kid Hartley of
Yreka, six, rounds. Also two rattling four-round preliminaries.
General admission, $2; Reserved seats, $3; Ringside, $5; war tax
included. Tickets now on sale at Jewel Cafe and Rex Cafe.
FRANK SMITH, Matchmaker
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson and
small daughters, Amy and Jennie,
entertained at a picnic nt their home
In 'tho Mt. Lukl district, Sunday.
Thejplcnlc was In honor of Mr. and
Mrs Charles V. Nloman and small
Bon.lUlly. of lllchmond, California.
Tho guost list follews: Mr. and
Mrir Nloman and son, Hilly; Mrs.
Oretchen Harvey, of Joplln, Miss
ourl; Samuol, Walter and Agnes
Knman; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hemon
and, daughter, (Iretchon, and baby
son, Charles Henry.
Wednesday, In celebration of their
fiftieth wedding anniversary, Mr.
and Mrs. J. 1). Merrymnn entertained
with a family dinner. Tho guests
wcre: Mr. and Sirs. II. (I. Moulton,
of New York City (Mrs. Moulton Us
a daughter or Mr. ana Mrs. Jicrry
man); Dr. Gcorgo II. Merryman and
family and Harold Murryiaan.
Mrs. 11. Schon, of Portland, and
Mrs. T. J. Norlock of Seattle, sisters
of Mrs. W. C. Davenport, with their
granddaughter, Cathcrino Carson,
faavo been tho Inspiration of sovernl
lovely partlos this week.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Davenport entertained for tholr
guests at a small dinner party. Tho
decorations wcro dono In Shasta
dalslos and tho guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. Olonn Jester, Mr. and Mrs.
John Droher, Mrs. Schon, Mrs, Nor
lock and Miss Carson.
Mr. and Mrs. Davenport wnro
hosts again Wednosday at dlnnor for
Mrs. Norlock and Mrs. Schon and
llttla Miss Cathcrino Carson. Tho
houio was decorated In (loldengtow
and -roses. Those present woro; Mr.
and Mrs. M. S. West, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Murphey, Mrs. II. Ilolvln, Mr.
and Mrs. It. V. Hutchlns, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Davenport and tho honor
After dinner Miss Catherine en
tertalned tho guests Vlth fancy
Thursday Mr. and Mrs. John
Dreher bad the visitors and Mrs.
Kmll Dreher and Mrs. C. Cornish at
dinner. Roses wore used to form
a dainty table decoration at this
Another feature of tho entertain
ment for tbe visitors waa a trip to
Rocky Point and Crater. Lake. Bo
sides Mr. and Mrs. W.C . Davenport
and their daughter, Mario, and Mrs.
Davenport's lstera, Mr. and Mrs.
Tt. V. Hutchlns , wero mombers of
Mrs. Fred C. Murphy entertained
Tuesday for tho young men at bor
home with a delightful party. Tho
first part of the evening waa spent
in singing and playing and later In
tbe ovenlng four tables of "Flvo
Hundred" were gotten togotber, Tbe
feature of tbe card game was the
fact that the one furthered In tho
holo when the game cloned was win
nor of tho prlio. Mli Kay Hokuo
received this with a scora of 3741)
Tho hostess served a dainty lun
cheon at tho cloio of the ovonlng,
Mrs. Murphy's guests woro tho
Mlssss Marjorlo Delzoll, Vay Hague,
Clara Catkins, Maybelln lcavltt, Hoi-
en flucst, Mylor Calkins, Audrey
Roberts, and Kithor Calkins; Memrs
Lyle Wnlthers, Arthur lavltt, Tom
Delzell, Harold dray, Krcd l'ano,
Dr. Krcd Wentcrfleld. Sidney Abbott
Krcd Mcrrlflnld and Charles Abbott.
John l.nniUon Kcrd Williams, and
Mlis lono K. (nines wero married
HAI.KM, Oru.. Aug. 28. That
Oregon Is much Interested In the
development of Its latent water
resources and will join In any legltl.
mato movu to harness; to mako avail
nhlo tho millions of horsepower In
last night at Mr. Williams homo on:'''1" "'"'"'I." U"' ,u"nonl ,,l
tho Spring Lake road. Only tho Im- ,' ' ,f n l"lr. engineer,
mediate family and Mr. and Mr,,.11" ''" 't to tho offices of tho
C. B. Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Jay, .V" ' owur Uau" ot America.
Manning were present. Hv. K. J' 'w,,,ch '" U,M a mooting In Wash-
I.awrcnco performed thu ceremony
and tho groom's mother, Mrs. Wll
Damn, served tho guests wltb Ire
cream and cake. Tho young couple
loft this morning for San Krnnclsco
whero they both plan to do cxtenslvo
Miss mines was a teacher In tho
city schools before her marriage, and
Mr. Williams Is a well known ranch
er, having passed most of his life In
Tho Happy Hour sowing club will
meet Tuesday afternoon nt 2 n'rlork
nt tho homo of Mrs. It. K. Kniinltt,
617 I'lno street. Tho club members
Mrs. James Kiell entertained last
week for her brother, Stanley Walk
er and wife, and her mother, Mrs.
Walker, and two nephews, all of
whom woro visiting hero from Call
fornla, whero they own an orango
ranch near I.os Angeles. They re
turned homo Krlday of this weok,
and wero accompanlod as far as Cra
ter Lake and Ashland by Mr. and
The guests -wore royally enter
tained by tho hostess In her beautiful
now homo on tho Merrill road. Those
preesnt besides tho house guests
iwere Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hannon,
Walter, Murray, and Miss nor,nar-
dlno Hannon, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Fisher or South Bend, Washington.
One of the most sumptuous of
dlnnetfa? wah served 'fn.ursday by
Mrs. Martin Oreen at her country
homo on tho Merrill road, when aho
was hostess for tbe Sowing Circle
of flacred Heart Church. Twenty
ladles from Klamath Falls and from
various homoa In the country attend
ed, besides numerous babies who en
joyed the opportunity for play of
fered by the big ranch,
i 'Among those present wore the
Mesdames John Dreher, Kmll Dreher,
John Noud, Byron Noud and mother,
Mrs. Hlnkle, M, Motschenbncber.
W. 0. Davenport, B. Bchon, T. J. Nor
lock, P. E. Hannon, Marie Daven
port, Catherine Carson, John tin
man, and It, K. Hannon.
Ingtou October 7 and 8.
Mr. Cupper has been Invited to at
tend tho soislon which wilt bo given
over to a discussion of latent rainfall,
lorestratlon, Irrigation, drnlimgo and
tiio safeguarding of water sheds and
"Out of 3,000,000 or 4,000,000
less than 200,000 horsopower havo
been developed In this stoto," said
Mr. Cupper's letter. "This Is duo, In
a moasure, to lack of governmental
policy governing dovolopmont of wa
ter power on public lands. This, how
over, has been corroded through tho
paiHSgo of a water potter hill, and
Interest now centers around (ho
will bo entertained by Mrs. Oeorgoj,,ullcy w,,lc" ," commission crootm!
iv i"i muusiiro win miopt in carry-
iiik "ui us provisions.
"II tho commission or tho princi
pal oxccutlvu officer of tho commis
sion takes tho ulfra-consorvntlvo
view or tho situation, It Is probable
thnt tho' development of power will
bo unnecessarily roturdud.
"On tho othor hand, tho promis
cuous granting or permits to devolap
power to anyono, regard Ions ot his
ability or Intention to develop, would
result In osploltatlon of this valu
"Oregon Is Intorostud In having
Its water power developed, and wo
feel that permits for the use of wa
ter, 'or for tbe use of nubile Innrfa
In connection therewith, should 'bo
granted only to those who not only
Intend to develop tbe same, hut h.v
ability to do so.
"The wator power bill limit. r.
chlsos to a period of time, and it la
wimm tne province of tho 'public
service commission In practically all
cases to fix the rate within the liatf.
tations. Every oncourogoraent shoald
bo glvon to the development of this
Important and apparently Inexhaust
Iblo national resource, tho use of
which does not destroy It,"
In tbe government mint In Janan
an X-ray machine la used to examine
suspected employes as thev loava th
establishment dally, and It haa re
vealed the presence of coins that had
been concealed In tbe guilty ones'