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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, ltttt.
English Women .Aid Irish
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TIiobo two English women hnvo como to America to testify In tho
Irish Investigation tit Wellington. They nro Blstors-ln-law of tho Into
Lord Mnyor MncCurtnln of Cork, who wns killed In tho wnrforo iu Iro
land. Ho wns tho predecessor of Lord Mayor MacSwInoy, who died from
a hunger strike. On tho loft Is Miss K. C. Wilkinson; right, Mrs. A. E.
Itoblnson, both of Manchester, Eng.
8IIAHTA VI BW NOTES
After raining und thawing tor sov-
ornl days until tho ground was com
; paratlvoly baro It -was qullo a sur-
OUEOON AGRICULTURAL COL- pr,B0 WcdnMdny morning to see a
LEXJE. Corvallls, Jnir. 8.-8tudonts! f00t ?f 8",w whlch hnd ra,lcn lUlr-
II1K IHU I1IKI11.
Our school oponcd Monday nflor
ono week's vacation and all scorn to
aro back for tho second term of work,
classes hnvlng stnrtod Wednesday. Up
to tho ond of tho first day of regis
trations CO now regular studonts had ! bo ,lnIW ngaln.
registered ns woll as S7 Bhort courso I Henry Voss, wlfo, son Harry of
students. This brings tho total num-' Whlto lako, dnughtcr Mrs. Hnnloy
bor of long coursa students for tho 'nnd husband or, San Francisco nnd
school yoar to 3I3C nnd makes n'"J. L. Ilalloy and wlfo woro Now
grand totnl, Including short course Year's guests at lion Danlols. Mr.
studonts of 3723. ' and Mrs. Hnnloy nro enrouto to Chi-
Fourteen studonts havo boon sus-lcago via Portland and stoppod for a
fow days visit with rolatlvcs.
O. E. Hunt hns sold his dairy cows
to Will Layman, who was ovldontly
looking for n steady Job.
ponded, for tho remainder of tho
school year and many havo been plac
ed on probation on account of low
grades. Names of those suspended'
nro holng withhold. Students sus-j wl, tho ronUs nimoat Impnssablo
ponded who return to collcgo noxt1 tllcro woro i0 j,rcaont nt tho meeting
school year will bcplaccd on prpba-of Helping Hand ladles nt Mrs. Flos
tlon nnd will bo automatically drop-1,,!,, KoKlcs wednosdny nnd all roport
ped If. their grades fall to satisfy tho n vory onjyabIo day. Noxt meeting
scholarship commlttoo under Doan 0. t0 uo nt Mr8f wm. Frcor'B homo Wod
A. Covoll. This commlttcodotermln-lnM,Iny( January 12. All como pro-
cd nt tho first of tho year to wcodj,)nroJ t0 t0 comforts.
Mr. nnd Mr. C. C. Forrls of Bon
anza woro soon on our streots ono
out nil loafors and to do ovorythlng
posslblo to rnlso tho stnndnrd of
ASK IX) H STATEMENTS
A OF HANKS' CONDITION
fitntomonts of conditions of nil' na
tional, bank on January 29 Is ro
quested In a call Issued by tho na
tional controller of banking.
day this wcok.
The leaf of tho tobacco grown In
Turkey Is very much smaller than
that of tho Amorlcan carlotlos, and
Is of a beautiful golden color.
A CUwlflea Aa will sell It.
ROOMS BY THE WEEK, $5.00 AND UP
-- Cigar Stand
A fine stock of Cigars, Cigarettes and
Latest Daily Papers, Magazines and
$ GUY GARRETT, Manager
AT THE CHURCHES
No changes will bo mado In this
column unions tho copy Is nt Tho
Evonlng llorald otflco by G o'clock!
RICHER lIKAUTCHUIlCIf, cor. of
Eighth and High, Nov. Hugh J. Mar
shall, Itov. J. V. Molloy.
8 a. m. children's service, Adults
aro requested not to nttond this
10:30, high mass and sermon.
7 p. m., rosary nnd boncdlctlon.
CHItlSTIAN SCIENCE socloty of
Klamath Falls hold services In tho
lower room of tho Library building,
cornor of Third nnd Main streots,
every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
nnd ovory Wodncsdny ovonfng at 8
T!)o subject lesson for Sunday:
Tho Sunday school session Is from
0:4G to 10:4G ovory Sunday morn
Tho frco reading room nnd froo
lending library Is open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuosdays, Thursdays and
FIRST HAITIHT CllUItCII, cornor
Washington and Eight.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
I'rayor sorvlco Wednesday, at 8-p,
Evory second and fourth Wednes
day evening will -bo devoted to mis
II. Y. I U. Sunday ovenlng nt
7:30 p. m.
A cordial Invitation Is oxtended to
all to attend these sorvlces.
.FIRST PHK8HYTEHIAN CHURCH'
corner Sixth and Pine streets. Rev. E.
P. Lawrence, minister, 437 Third
street. Phono 429.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH, cornor 9th
and Pine streets, C. F. Trimble, pas
tor, 2107 Wnntland Avo, Phono
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Sermon, 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor Ci30 p. m.
Sormon, 7:30 p. m.
Wo aro holding Sunday sorvlces
In tho Scandinavian hall 9th and
Walnut streets. A cordial Invitation
Is oxtonded to all as wo havo a well
lighted stonm heated and large au
ditorium. Tho Men's class meets at
tho Star theatro at 10 a. m. Como
nnd join us.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS,'
Eight streot, Unptlst's church.
Sabbath school ovory Saturday
morning at 10 o'cUck.
Preaching nt 11 o'clock by Evan-,
Huge Beetle c Brought Here
dlm LLawam?i aum.rirmm
This olephant beetle flvo Inches long and 2 Inches wide camo nil
tho way from Honduras, whero tho world's biggest bettlcs grow, to graco
tho National Museum at Washington, D. C.
gollst L. E. Wado.
Prayor meeting ovory Thursday
night nt 7 o'clock.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Tenth and High, Itov. S. J. Chancy,
pastor, 100G High St., Phono C37-W.
LUTHERAN services will be' held
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 In tho
First Baptist church, corner 8th and
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than a straight lino a mllo long
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