Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1920)
t.-tfrWw'''"'1 y- f
," ,, .m.i , ;..?. o ' .
' ". r .-'
HATOTWAy, oqyywm , 1
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLf QftEttON
DKTnOlT, Oct. S. By defeating
Detroit todnjr Caveand won tho
American Icagao pennant. Tho score
was 10 te 1.
SMALL BOY ESCAPES
A plunge which c4a near proving
fatal tor plttto a -year-old Jesse Al
ford, son of Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Al
ford, occurred between 9:30 and 10
o'clock this morning, when tho boy
fell Into tho pond onho old Roams
placo. Llltlq Jack Thompson, sen of
Mr. and Mr;. J. q." Thompson, who
had boon playing wfb Jesse near tho
pond, mentioned to his mothor when
sho camo out of tho houso that tho
boy was In tho water, nnd It was In
this way that Mrs. Thompson dls
cororcd tho child face down on tho
bottom of tho pond.
Sho called for holp and a carpenter
by tho name of Scott, employed by
the California-Oregon Power com
pany, Jumped In after tho little fel
low. Joe Butler, foreman tor tho
Warren Construction company, on
the Conger arenuo Job lent his as
sistance, and as he had experience
with drowning caws waa able to keep
the boy altvo until tho doctor arrhed.
Mrs. William Hooker, who has
been visiting her sister .Mrs. Wil
liam Duncan and family, loft this
morning for San Francisco, whore
she will Join her husband.
howing at tfie.
1 g M Bm
"'Ofl WITH THE DANCE"
A Geqrge Fitzmaurice Production
PKATVH1NO MAK MURKAY AND DAVI1I POWKI.I
Slaves of pleasure, lost In the spelt of Broadway's lights
and laughter. Driven by the lash of unfulfilled desires
on and en dancing, loving, thirsting tor new sensa
tions beyond tho law beyond virtue Into the abyss.
A vivid, lavish drama of human souls that drank of too
much "LIFK" on Now York's Great White Way.
KVKRY KCKNK A HKNHATIOX
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
CONSTANCE TALMADGE in
THE LOVE EXPERT"
"Her- Greatest Picture To Date
" --.' jffsssssssssssuBfJfr $,
iLj I BaaaaaaBaML x. B
B J iaarBaaaaaafr fl
f llassssssV. jlssssssslissssisssssVj KL-
- Mmkmht Mpnuntoth fir W
A Grtstii Phtmgrtpk
TPHE first phonograph to
? : snirror penecuy mu me rones
I voices sob' instruments the
am musical instrument that you
'osaplayl Catalogs upon request,
H. J. WINTERS
706 Main St
Neglect Your Car
as there is a place in town that can look after your
needs to your satisfaction.
You will be pleased with fair dealing and that is
With-ftfeffnce-to-raechanics we have tne best.
Juel Heffafin charge.
"I rii tf II f 11 s
. LEE A WILLIAMS, Props. :.
HtkaIKkatli Phone 270-J f
At tho country homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Tolto, near Merrill. September
23 at 3 o'clock, Miss Audroy Tolto bo
camo tho bride of Paul 1). Lewis, of
Dayton, Oregon. Tho coromony tok
place in tho prcsonco of tho family
and a tow of Miss Tollo's friends,
beneath an altar ot flowers and
greens, constructed at onn end ot the
parlor. Rov. Aaron Wolf, Prcsbyto-
rlan mlnlstor ot tho Merrill church,
rend tho beautiful ring ceremony for
Mrs. Lewis has been a resident of
Klamath county nil her life and Is
well known to many pvoplo hero.
Mr. Lewis camo hero about olght
months ago. At tho closo ot tho cere
mony a luncheon was sorvod after
which tho young people enmo to
Klamath Falls and left for Dayton,
Vrhoro thoy will mako their homo.
Tho Five Hundred club met Tues
day ot this week with Mrs. Jack
Slater at her homo In Hot Springs ad
dition, to complete lis organisation.
Tho attornoon was spent playing
card. Refreshments wero served by
tho hostess. It was arranged that
tho next meeting ot tho now club
would be at tho homo ot Mrs. O. 11.
Coiad on High street.
Present were: Mesdames Frank
Andrews. James Watklns. Jr., E. D
Lamb, Byron Hardenbrook, O. W.
Robinson, G. B. Cozad, Jack Slater
and Mlsa Yerda Cozad.
Mrs. James 11. Carter entertained
a number of friends at cards Satur
day night, honoring Mrs. Byron liar
denbrook's birthday. Sho scned hor
guests with a novel and dainty lunch
con at tho closo of tho evontng.
The guests woro Mesdames Hor-
denbrook, James Watklns, Jr.. John
Enders, Roger Dowccso, Glen Jestor,
and tho Misses Bess Kllgore and
Autumn leaves In gay red and yel
low relieved with greaJt bowls of
asters and smcet peas wero tho dec
orative motifs at the reception given
In farewell to Mr. and Mrs. C, C.
Hogue. at the Presbytorlan church
Thursday night. The church was
crowded with friends of the couple
who have known them for the-many
happy years spent In Klamath Falls
and who regretted losing them when
they left this morning to make thulr
homo In some other community.
Ico cream and cake were served by
a committee of ladles to tho guosts
assembled at tho church Thursday.
There were speeches given by An
drew Collier, Fred Fleet and the Rev.
E. P. Lawrence. There was alto a
very Interesting musical program
given by the young ladles of tho con
gregation. Al D. Short, ot the White Pelican
hotel, was host Wednesday evening
at a supper dance for 24 of his
friends. The affair "was held In the
Cards were the feature of a party
given Monday afternoon by Miss
Verda Cozad for a number of the
younger set. The prize ot honor was
won by Mrs. Olen Jester and Mrs,
Charles Moore was given the conso
lation prize. Refreshments wero
served to the ladles during tho attor
Miss Cozad's guests wero Mos
dames V. M. Palmer. E. M. Bubb.
Don Balding, Charles Mooro, Olen
Jester, Hardin Carter, Roy Orem,
Byron Hardenbrook, James Walking,
Jr., O. B. Ccztul, J. E. Enders, MIsbos
Josle Low and Florence Porter.
A surprise party was glvon Tues
day to celebrate Ethelwyno O'Kla
herty's birthday. Thoso present wero
Waive Wlthrow, Bertha Pcltz, Eliza
beth Ramsby, Opal Harvey, Jean Mc
Donald, Harry Peltz, Kenneth Mear,
Robert Cornish and Teddy Beckett.
Mrs. K. O. Cummlngs entertained
yesterday for her mother, Mrs. L.
Watters and her sUtor, Miss Julia
Watters, who are visiting horo from
Missouri. The house was made vory
lovely with autumn leaves and choke
cherries. These present wero Mrs.
W. 8. Slough, E. 8. Pfllllps, R. E.
Wattenburg, James McClure, Parks,
Thomas Hampton, Bert C. Thomas,
A. R. Wilson, Misses Oertrude Par
ker, Peart Demmorest and Esther
WILL STICK TO
extensively entertained this week by
their many friends here, and among
those who ontertalned them were:
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wilson who bad a
dinner Friday; the V. 8. R, 0. people
entertained at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Newell, last night; Tuesday Rev.
and Mrs. E. P. Lawrence gave a din
ner, aa did Mrs. J, A. Perry and Mrs.
Jennie Hum on Wednesday. Mr,
aid Mrs. B. O. Koppon noreliustH at
dinner Thursday bonorlnt Mr, and
Tho growth ot tho boys' nnd girls'
club movement In Oregon nnd Us
success In Klamath county since It
started three years ago, especially tho
success this year In purobrod calf
development, make tho story of n
Massachusetts boy's experlonco mum
Interesting. Tho story Is taken from
tho department ot agriculture's
wookly news totter and Is as follews:
Thomns Chlshotm, ot Weymouth,
Mas., Is a farm boy who believes
that there Is money In farming and
that It Is about tho best profession
n bay can salert. Ho bolleves thoro
Is money In It because ho Is msk
Thomas belongs to one ot tho boys'
nnd girls' calf clubs organized by tho
United 8tates department ot agri
culture nnd tho stato agricultural col
lege, but ho was In tho dairying bust
ness when ho was but 7 years old
long beforo.thcro wns a club organ
ized In his locality. At that ago his
father had a chanca to soil one of his
cows for a largo sum. As ho wanted
tho blood to remain In thn herd lie
gave Thomas her calf to bring up by
hand, nnd he did It so successfully
that as n 2-yearold sho gave 34
pounds u day and wus a steady milk
er Ho owned this cow for six years,
One of lis First Member
The first boys' and girls' calf clubs
In Massachusetts was organized In
Weymouth, and Thomas was ono of
Its first members. This year ho Is
president of tho club. Last year he
was ono of tho team ot thrco that
won first pluce and tho right to rep
rrsent the Massachusetts calf-club
work nt tho Eantorn Slates exposition
In Springfield, Mass. The Massachu
setts team won first placo In tho con
test nt Springfield.
Thomas also entered a Judging
contest at tho samo exposition and
won third place. His prise was u
purebred Guernsey calf, which ho has
added to the farm herd. In the Chls
hotm family alt the livestock does not
belong to father. Father believes If
you want a boy to be Interested In the
old placo you must give him a share
in its returns as well aa Its work, and
father practices what he believes.
Mnaj(ra Father' Herd
The following extract Is from a re
port Thomas mado his club leader
"Wo have at homo now 21 had ot
cows, and I am managing the herd
for my father on a SO-SO basis. Be
sides this I own personally o puro
bred registered Holsleln Frleslan
bull und n registered heifer of tho
soma breed. Theso are tho rattlo
with which I entered thn calf club
I like this breed and think It Is tho
most profitable producing herd on
earth today. I have one grado cow
in the herd that produced 10, GOO
pounds ot 4 per cent milk In 300
days, which Isn't so bad. Ours Is tho
"I know a great many fanners aro
going out of business; thore Is tho
labor crisis and feed Is high, but tho
fellow that can stick to tho Job Is
going to bo the lucky one.
"It tnkes a good long day to do tho
work of tho dairy. That Is ono rea
son why I am not Just now In school,
but I havo had two years In tho agri
cultural high school und I am still
working undor tho teacher of that
Mrs. Hoguo and their daughter, Miss
Mrs. Hoguo was tho guest of honor
at tho reception glvon by tho A. N.
W. club on Thursday nftornoon nt
tho beautifully flowur docorutvd
homo of Mrs. J. E. Bratton.
Mrs. Hoguo has boon aflllatod with
tkjx club slnca Its organization 14
years ago and has contributed large
ly to Its success and It Is with rogret
that tho mombors accepted her reals.
Tho guests other than club mem
bers were: Mrs. A. M, Worden, Mrs.
A. R. Wilson, Mrs. Mary Moore, Mrs.
Charles Mooro, Mrs. L. 8. WilHtts,
Mrs. J. A. Perry, Mrs. John fiargont,
Mrs. W. C. Ball, Mrs. E. W. Oewea,
Mrs, L. L. Truax, Mrs. James Mc
Cluro and Miss Julia Walter
which was the first given n tho
Temple this season, was a doclded
success and was attended b,y such an
enthusiastic crowd that tho music
did not atop until 2:30 o'clock.
"BETTER CITY" IS
SLOGAN OF LABOR
(Continued tiom p X)
tlon of a fund for emergencies, such
an tho Influenza oplrtjomlo ot last
our, which might recur, or In relief
ot vIctliiM of such cutnHtroplum us
tho Houston tiro.
But thn law had been shattered,
tho conduct of boxing had had fallen
Into unscrupulous hniuls and thn
proceeds from salo of seats had nttv
or boon accounted tor. No ono
know what had been taken In or how
It bad been disposed of. Tho only
certain thing wns that no accounting
had be,on mado nnd tho law had boun
J. 11. tlarrett, n former member
ot tho doing commission, snld that
ho considered boxing a ctouu sport
and wanted to seo It tmcnurnKod.
NomN (Initv Willi City
Tho en til n discussion, participated
In by n score of earnest speakers,
was an nrrulgniuvnt nt existing con
ditions, llluiiitt wns not placed on In
dividuals. It was clearly realized,
howovor, that the city Is growing and
now problems are developing. Tho
speakers declared for men In office
who would fairly enforce thn law
and build n foundation for tlio do
vetopment of the city of tlio futuro
a city tlvo times the present size;
men of vision nnd foresight who
will not bo Minded by pursonnl or
potlllcnl prejudice. I
Ui Mnken HlAletnent J
W. T. I.oo, tho council's cliolco
Tor maor, In answer to a direct
Uiientlim, stated that ho would not
Injoct tlio rourthouso question
Into thn mayoralty rnco, flu
declared that lie stood for tint Hot
Hprlngs courthousn, as ho bad from
tho beginning, and In tho county
campaign ho would do his strenuous
best for his side, but that as u can
didate, for nmyor of Klamath Falls
lie wnuld mnko tho race, If ho de
cided to niako It nt all, on tlio mer
its of tho office nnd on n platform
of community betterment, docency
and cleuullucss, both moral and phy
sical. Svnl nt Money llcuel
Tim consensus of opinion was that
It would bo unfair lo any candidates
to placo thorn In offlco without suf
ficient funds to accomplish tho Im
provements thoy wero expected to
foster, and It wns decided that a
campaign for tho 100,000 tax levy
and a hlghor limit on bonded In
debtedness should bo a part of the
program when flnnlly complotod.
The Rex Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner $1.25
niynrpln Oyster Cocktail
Olives Hwoot Gherkins
Fresh Shrimp Meat Salad
Chicken Supreme, with Illco
Baked Halibut, ttallenno
Chicken Fricassee, wlih Dumplings
Minced Chicken In Pattlts, a la King
linked Virginia Ham, Candled Sweet Potatoes
Baked Stuffed Chicken, Celery Dressing
Steamed Head Hlcn
Cren -Whipped Potatoni
Strawberry, Chocolate, Vanilla Ico Cream
Chocolate Blanc Mango ,,
I Prolong the Life of Youi Roof ;
$1.00 par gallon
Z The best known preparation for coating paper, metal :
or shingle roofs
Genuine Coal Tar, 90c per gallon
(Bring your own cans)
Lakeside Lumber Co.
Mill and Yards, Klamath Ave. and Center St
opportunity for cronlcHliet , but tho
city would profit tliroul ifye croa-
"Always the Best for the Liberty Guest"
II. W. POOLE, Owner ItOOKR D. TORKKY, Musical Director
Another thrilling "Boston Blackie" story is
and tho atnr la none other than popular
. Tbn sensation of tlm screen today la
Buck Jones L- ,
Ho Bides He Ropes He Shoots Ho Loyea Like a Man!
And Sunday he appears in this city In a Wostorn story called
".THE SQUARE SHOOTER"
Romember the Sunday show Is continuous and the afternoon prices
are lower than at night. And you see the same show
Matinee 10 and 28 Cents
Evening 15 and 35 Cent
Via mm .i-.-i ... mMtmn
-" "i "" "" -- - - - -"- - -ar "