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SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1Q21.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
H J. MURRAY. KdHor
FEI) SOUL13 City Ndltor
Fubllshod dally oxcopt Sunday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Palls, at 119 Eighth Street.
Entered nt tho postofflco at Kla
math Falls, Oro., for transmission
through tha malls as Bocond-class
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SATURDAY, JANUAltV 8, 11)21.
PUBLIC HEALTH i
Ity Dr. A. -A. Soule.
Health of tho people, Is the city's
blk business and while I ntho pnst wo
havo had thousands for railroads and
payrolls, In tho futuro at least Borne
llttlo monoy nnd tlmo will bo given
to public health matters, to sco that
all chlldron havo a birthright to be
well born and protected so thoy havo
a strong rock on which to build their
llfo cdlflco, thus promoting tho ex
tension of life, efficiency and happi
Tho health board of your city turns
tho reins over to newer and hence
tnoro enthusiastic members, being
scarred by tho ravages of two flu
epidemics, by smallpox, and measles,
und by being broko, absolutely broke
Wo did not glvo up tho ship howovcr,
but battled with old barns, garbage,
files, dirt, sowers, nnd diseases.
Tho futuro promises the Mills ad
dition sower that wo started; tho gar
bago ordinance perfected and gar
bago hauling a part of tho city's
business and not allowed to run on
us it Is leaving tho town dirty,
charging big foes, and hauling only
such stuff that will fatten hogs.
Mora old barns should bo destroyed
in fact a barn zono should bo made
tho samo as fire, zone. Some ordi
nances should bo taken up from tho
table thoso regulating open priv
ies and thoso regulating Inspection
of milk and food. Funds should be
provided for a nurso for tho pest
hou'so. Tho county "health nurso
that Is coming through out-'of forts
on a, six months 'freo trial, should
thereafter bo financed by tho city and
"county. . '
I could easily tell how to do a
good many things. Doing it Is hard
ier. Tho prlco of health nnd happiness
is eternal vigilance. Good health
does not llvo by good Intentions but
by a little work and monoy. What
havo you done to mako Klamath
Falls better! What havo you dono to
help mako tho boys and girls of your
town healthier? Tho question Is
"What have you dono! What are, you
You will all admit that good health
Is a mighty nice thing to havo. It Is
tho keystone In tfio arch of tfflcleu
cy. But It does not come, tfeo like
air and water, ii takes a town with
spinal stamnla an'd visceral vim to
Ket busy and do.Bomothlng for the
welfare of Its citizenship' In , the' wny
Of conservation of public health. Yoj
have got to stop worshlplnjctbo gold
en calf for what do, you profit by
main turn around and spend ' your
wealth, and then nith 'might und
main turn aruond andspflp'd ycur
wealth to get health again? Every
man is the architect of his ow n body
nnd further every mac ua his civic
"duty must see that 'the cnlldren nro
not forced to bullet' upja tho sand.
Build them well whateve"r"you do.
Build them straight and strong t iu
true. Build them deep and high and
broad. Build them for the eye or
Hold Up Auto; Two
Afraid Says Mayor
PORTLAND, Or., Jan. 8. Two
robbers In soldlora' uniforms' stolo a
llmouslno last night after holding up
and robbing tho drlvor. Police over
took the machine after the robbers
had held up a refreshment placo a
mile away. A revolver duel ensued,
tho robbers finally stoplng (o car
and escaping In a dark vnlcli.
'Two soldiers, who gavo their names
us,I)oyd Ellis and Walter McCloory,
wore later arrested at Vancouver,
Wash., and Identified as tho bandlts;
Ellis was brought to jail hero. Me
Clqary will resist extradition.
Mayor today ordered tho suspen
sion pf Motorcyclo Patrolmon Skog
fund and SImpklns for :owaidlco. llu
charged that tho offlcors allowed tho
bandlta to oscapo through fear.
The most popular cough modlclno
among tho Chlnoso Is a white pow
der made from tho kernels of peach
stones. . '
Of the inhabitants of CI?lna near
ly three hundred million aro, unable
to read or write.
Mrs. Jcnnlo Hum entertained tho
Happy Hour club nt her homo on
Pine street Tuesday afternoon. Tho
tlmo was apont in needlework nnd a
dainty repast was served at tho closo
of tho afternoon.
Tho Installation of offlcors or Re
bokah lodgo was hold Thursday night
and tho following were Inducted Into
efrice: Nbblo Hrnnd, Fannlo Vir
gil j Vico drand, Mrs. Herman Smith;
Chaplain, Mrs. Ida Grimes; Warden,
Sirs. Ireuo LouckB; Conductor, Mrs.
Annlo lloan; Insldo Gunrdlnn, Amy
Woedon; Outsldo Guard, Myrtlo
Griffin; It. S. N. G., Jcnnlo Hurn;
L. S. N. G., Ruth Avory Pnlmer;
It. S. V. G. Alfreda Stclnemtz;,L. S.
V. G Jcsslo Momyor; Musician, Mrs,
Alma Cofor; Recording Secretary,
Mrs. Allco Z. Gogllor; Financial Sec
retary, Mrs. iSolllo Wnttonburg;
Treasurer, Mrs. Adelaide Cofor. Aft
or tho Installation a banquet was
hold nnd a social hour enjoyed.
Tho sale of Christmas Seals for tho
benefit of tho Oregon Tuborculosls
association was moot successful in
Klamath Falls. About $200 worth of
seals wore disposed of by personal
lottor to business mon and other
prominent citizens. Mrs It. E. Wat-
terbcrg reports that ovor $300 worth
of soals woro sold by tho children or
tho local schools.
The quota asked of Klamath coun
ty was $500, but as $1000 worth of
seals wero sent to the chairman, Mrs.
G, A. Krause, sho has mado every ef
fort sell them all.
Seals wero sent to all tho dtstrlct
schools, but returns from them arc
coming in but slowly. Wo will re
colvo direct benefit from tho sale this
year, for tho public health nurso
who Is to bo sent to Klamath county,
Is partly supported by tho Oregon
On Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. E.
P. Lawrcnco entertained tho Art
N'ccdlowork club, or which sho is a
momber, at her homo on Third street,
Inviting at this tlmo, as guests or
tho club, Mcsdam.es Fred Fleot, Ar
thur Wilson and Bert Carl Thomas.
Tho afternoon was given over, as
usual, to needlework and conversa
tion, after which tho hostess sorved
dainty refreshments. Tho club mem
bers who were fortunato enough to
bo present at this delightful after
noon were: Mosdames Wnttonburg,
Goellor, Cummlngs, Carnaban, Phil
lips, Ramsby, Wlrtz, Dunbar, West,
Chastaln, S. B. Martin, Cbas, Martin,
Plol, Hum, Rutus Moore, and Miss
One or the most onjoyable affairs
given recently was the luncheon glv
on at The Maples yesterday by Mrs,
Rufus Mooro and Miss Elizabeth Mc
Curdy honoring Mrs. Nelllo Cantrell,
Tho house was prettily decorated and
a most enjoyable afternoon spent by
the guests who were: Mesdames
Louis Jacobs, Elmer Applegate, Nate
Otterbeln, J. J. Parker, Margaret
Pitts, the guest of honor and the
Mrs. Elmer Applegate made the
afternoon interesting by giving the
future hopes of all the ladles pre
sent in verse.
Mrs. Margaret Pitts was a charm
ing hostess New Years day at a din
ner to a few of her friends In her
apartments on Lincoln street. The
guests bidden by Mrs, Pitts were Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Parker, Mrs. Golden Lincoln
and Sirs. J. M". Evans.
A most enjoyable affair was tho
watch party given New Year's eve
by Mrs. E. J. Mayer and Mrs. J. L.
Beckley, at the latter's homo on
Washington street. Music, games,
and conversation were tho diversions,
which wero supplemented by refresh
ments served by the hostesses, assist
ed by Miss Maudo Mlllor, Theso in
vited were: Mr. and Mrs. A. Bain
tor, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Danner, Mr.
and Mrs, R. If. Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Seehorn, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Gool-
lor, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Mlllor, Mr.
and Mrs. K J. Mayer, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Koller) Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Tol
ford, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. McKIm, Mr.
and Mrs. II. P. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
C F. Trlmblo, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Wlrtz, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wlest,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Solomon, Mr. and
Mrs, It. J, Sheets, Dr. and Mrs. G,
A. Massey, Mrs. Dolllo Shldler, Mrs,
Elizabeth' "Dice, Miss Maude Mlllor,
and Lcllo, Dean, and Garrett Beck
eoy. Mrs. II, E, Momyer was hostess on
Friday afternoon of last woek to tho
Past Matrons club of Aloah Chaptor
'O, E. B. at her homo on Juniper
street. This was tho fourth mooting
of the slub since its organization in
October at which time Mrs. Momyer
was chosen Its president, Mrs. Kip
Van Itlpor, vico president nnd MIbs
Maudo Baldwin Bocrotnry-tronsuror,
Refreshments woro sorved during tho
afternoon which was dovoted to
needlework nnd tho guosts dopartcd
feeling that an enjoyable and prof
itable afternoon has been spout.
Thoso prcsont wore: Mesdamos Frank
Ward, Jcnnlo Hum, A. L. Lcnvltt
nnd Kip Van Riper, who nro mom-
bers of tho club, nnd Mrs. Wilbur
Jones and Mrs. W. A, Leonard ns
A dollghtful afternoon was spent
Wednesday when Mrs. Hcnrlottn
Molhnso entertained a number of hor
friends nt hor homo on Klamath
nvonuo. Drlitgo entertained tho guests
during tho afternoon nttor which do
llclous refreshments woro torved by
tho hostess. Tho guostii bl.lilen by
Mrs. Molhnso wore: Mcsdnmo ft. F.
Wllletts, J. S. Elliott.. Guy Manning,
A. M. Worden, Kip Vnn Riper ,2. B.
Hall and Frank Ward.
Wednesday evening, Mr and Mrs.
F. C. Murphy entertained tho omploy-
cs of tho O. K. Transfer Co. or which
Mr. Murphy Is proprietor at hli home
on Jefferson strcot. Tho guests were
ontortnlncd with music nnd cards und
at tho closo of tho ovouln,; tho host
ess sorved delicious refreshments.
Thoso present wore: Mr nnd Mrs.
J. D. Upton, Mr. nnd Mrj. Wilbur
Hodgmon, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown
and Bon, Miss I'attorson and Mrs. R.
Tho first mooting or tho study dq
partment of tho Womans Library
club, will bo hold Monday attornoon,
In tho club rooms promptly nt 3
o'clock. Tho club Is studying cur
rent literature this year and the book
to bo discussed Monday Is Rojors
"Tho Great Hungor." The discus
sion will bo led by Mrs, Bert Thomas
Tho department welcomes nnyono In
terested in its work, at IU meeting!
which aro hold each second and
fourth Monday of tho month, '
A watch party was given on New
Year's eve at tho homo or Miss Holotai
wlrtz. A Jolly ovening was spent
playing games and singing tho old
year out and tho now ono In. Dainty
refreshments wero served during tho
ovening to tho follewing: Misses
Thelma Gibson, Ruth Miller, Mil
dred Morgan, Lottlo -Caldwell, Jcsslo
Caldwell, Ione Solomon, Gertrudo
Wlrtz, Helen Wirtz and Mrs. Esther
Adklnson. Messrs, Clyde Batchelder,
Arthur Turpln, Baron Tlldon, Frank
McClaln, Forrest Hughston, John
Carter and Gler Sevltts.
'Following a custom started tho
first yoar of tho oponlng of T'lo Wom
an's Store, Mr. and Mm. H. N. Moo
had or dinner guests tho omploycs of
their crtabllshment. Dinner was
iomd in the Moe reslducp in High
street and after tho repast tl'o guests,
of whom there wern 14, enjoyed an
evening of unalloyed pleasure, dur-
which dancing was enjoyed by thuie
unl'ub or niNto wnc
ruerr fSRS AQO.
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Tho Installation of otflcers of the
Women's Rollof, corps took plnco
Monday aftorooon, January 3, with
Mrs. Cecilia Ilngnrdun ns the liiFtnll
lng officer. Following w.ro tho of
flcors Installed): Mrs Myrtle Mnrtin,
prosldont; Mrs. Flora Fmmlttt, sen
ior vico president; Mm. MeMlllon,
Junior vico president; Mrs Rrook
flold, chaplain; Mrs. Kobortsnn con
ductor; Mrs. EllzaboMi Ranisty, as
sistant gunrd; Mosdiuncs Bonn, Lyln
Patrick nnd Montgomry, eoloi boA
ors; Mrs. ldn Grimes, uei'ntary: Mrs.
Annette Wright, tronsuror; Mrs G,
A. Bellman, pross correpimdent, and
Mrs. C. W, Kborcln, musician.
Tho rollof committee consists of
Mesdnmcs Keller, Hlgglnson, Sum
mers nnd Illllon.
In rosponso to n request rrom n
committee from tho old soldier's
homo, which Is prcsont nt tho state
lcfililnturo In Snlcm working for In
creased appropriations for tho burial
of old soldiers, the president ap
pointed n committee consisting of
Mrs. Paul Bogardus, Mrs, J. J. Kol
ler, Mrs. C. M. Rnmshy, Mrs. A. J.
Lyle, nnd Mrs. J. II. Hilton, to tnko
up tho mattor with tho stnto repre
sentative from this district nnd soli
cit his aid. Ono of tho nlms of tho
old soldiers' lobby Is to bnr old sol
diers, who own proporty amounting
to $2000, from funornl benefits by
TOE DANCE FROCK'
The danco frock may be bb bouf
fant as the young miss desires In
splto of Paris' docrco that tho silhou
ette bo long and slender. Tho foun
dation of this frock is of rose satin.
The corsage Is made over a low cut
bandeau trimmed with laco and fur.
Tho pointed tunic is mado of sovoral
layers or rose chiffon outlines with
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CH1LIC0THK, 0 Jan. 8. Bandits nro promised n hearty reception -
by tho bankors or this Ohio town. Bank offlcora and employees hold tar
get practlco ovory day after oftlco hours. Tho plcturo bIiowh how thoy
learn to shoot to kill.
Flings Verbal Slam
at Gov. Stephens
WASHINOTO.V, Jnn. 8. Rcpro-
sontutlvo Wclty, democrat, of Ohio,
todA attacked Governor Stephens of
California for Bonding mom bom of
congress n lottor regarding tho Jap
anese problem In California.
I Co doclarcd ho was surprised to
find n governor "carrying on a pro
paganda of misrepresentation, with
tho hopo of establishing n special
1 -L - r r - r J) A
"REAL SONG HITS"
All By a Local Composer
A beautiful molody In waltz tlmo. This is tho 'Song that made
such a hit nt tho Masonic ball rocentlv.
"Would a Little Bit of Love Make Life
Tho biggest song-hit slnco "Let tho Rest or tho World Go By."
This number Is being featured from ono end of tho country to the
"Till the Tides of the Ocean Refuse to
A snappy love song that is fall of melody.
"The Golden Threads Are Turning Into
I One of tho old-stylo molodles rapidly coming back into "new-style" Z
ALL OF THK8K NU.MTJKItS ON- HALU AT
J THE KLAMATH FALLS MU5IC HOUSE J
Geo. A. Wirtz, Prop.
Our cook wuz out late last nite an forgot
to fix the minue in time to put it in th paper
today. We don't blame the cook. We wuz
young once ourself. He is a swell cook an'
sur can cook a dandy Sunday dinner. He
sez if he can wait till tonight to make the t
minue he will have an extra good, line of f
eats for Sunday, so we tells him it is O. K.
with us. Anyhow we know he is going to t
have chicken we know 'cause the butcher I
sent them C. O. D. No chance of getting
out of paying that bill.
I'll see you all (after church.
Hoping thati youHlJ never be hungry,
lam, ' Yours,
national laundry to wash tha dirty
linen of a stnto."
ROUNDUP OF OIUX20.V
SLACICKRH IH PLANNED
SALEM, Jan. 8. Adjutant Gent 4
oral Whltn will proceed with n stnto-JP;.;
wide slackor roundup, If tho fedordl ,J
authorities reply favorably to'" a '
telegram to Washington asking gov-
Substitutes for coal as fuol wero
Bponok of ns long ago as 16C7.
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