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BAyVrdAY, JANUARY. 4 88, 1M1.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS; OREGON
The Evening Herald
B J. 'MURRAY. JMltor
FRED, BOULE .......j. City Editor
Published dally oxcopt Sunday, by
Tho HJorald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Stroot.
Entered nt the postottlco at Kla
math Falls', Oro., for transmission
through tho malls (is Bocond-class
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1021.
Parents and teachers should ever
bear In nilud that tho Impulsiveness
and overcnanging activity of a nu ru
bor of so-called fidgety children arc
but sjniptoms of mental fatigue.
Normal chllarcn are active , Im
pulsive and Inquisitive This Is na
ture's method of education, and chil
dren, tnererore, should bo allowed
to exercise thoso niontal traits.
Rigid discipline tends to curb nat
ural activities, which then seok out-
lots In other more or less roundabout
ways. For example, too rigid disci
pline tends to cause tho harboring ot
resentment against, and disregard
for, thoso In authority.
When once discipline is relaxed,
the child, having failed to learn to
control his lmpulcss, frequently finds
himself in dlf ficult and compromising
In school, disciplinary measures
should follow the form of substitut
ing desirable activities for undeslr
ablo ones. Children normally con
centrate on tho thing at hand, but un
dor tho artificial restraints ot school
life they may loso tho ability and
deslro to do this, and becomo un
stable in the direction of their ac
tivities. The evldenco ot fatigue must bo
watched for and prevented by as
signing short tasks that should al
ways bo carried to completion, and
these followed by sHort periods of
The tasks should bo gradually
lengthened, commensurato with the
development ot tho child find made
Tho Library Study club will meet. Women's Roliot Corps, mot In tho
in tho library room Monday after- west hall of tho I. O. O. F. building
noon at 3 o'clock, and will discuss Monday, January 17th. Tho meot
tho book, "A Man for tho Ages," by'ng was well attonded, and plans
irving uaencucr. mis is n Biory or for tho coming year woro corn-
Abraham Lincoln's yoking manhood.
Mrs. E. S. Henry will lead tho (lis
plctod. An Intorostlng feature ot
tho meeting was tho signing of n
petition requesting tho representa
tive In tho stato loglslaturo from
this district to support tho adoption
Friday evonlng, January 21, tho
airls' Student loaguo of tho high of a bonus plan of $25 per month
school hold Its annual hi Jinks in! or a lonn of $3,000 for homos. or
tho I. O. 0. F. hall. Prizes for cos-, farms, as endorsed by Klamath Post
tumes woro nwnrded as follews: No. 8 of tho American Legion. This
Prettiest costumo, Joslo Honzlk, n petition is nt present nt tho offlco
fairy; ugliest costumo, Tholma Wlso,1 of tho Western Trnnsfor company,
alias Dlnty Mooro; funniest costume,, whore air mombors ot tho W. It. 0.
Norma Adams, dovll-ln-a-barrol; nro requested to call and sign either
most poverty-stricken costumo. Mary, Saturday, January 22, or Monday,
Smldl, patches; most original cos-Jnnuary 24. For tho purposo of
tumo, Ireno Lowls, tho firecracker; .circulating theso petitions and got-
tho best funny paper characters, ne them into tho public places, tho
Kathereno Upp nnd Grace Elliott, I Women's Auxiliary of tho Amorlcan
as JTngglo and Jiggs; best movio Legion met yestordny in tho I. O. O.
character, Kathorlno Ulrlch nnd p- hall. Tho women who havo In
Ellzaboth Manning, as Ham and torosted themselves in this movo
Dud, nnd tho best sustained char- wont hopo to seo tho hoys who en-
From Italy comes thai report that
many who went backthero after the
war aro n5w, an'xlousrto return to tho
United States.. O ( ' ty .
iThero wero tales' ot '.Wd to bo
obtained at a small cost. Some such
stories wero true. But there aro dis
advantages of life In Italy, particu
larly in villages, that many had for
got in the yoars they lived in tho
Somo ot theso disadvantages
wolghed heavier on women. For one,
tho lack ot running water. All get
actor, Sybil Dnmber, .Hawaiian girl.
The Judges wero Mrs. John Enders,
Mrs. Jcnnlo'Hurn nnd Mrs. Lawton.
After tho prizes were awarded, the
following impromptu program was
"Magglo. kin I go out tonight?
...........................Maggie and Jiggs
Hula, Hula .............. Hawaiian Girl
"Let tho nest of tho World Co
By" Girls' Gleo Club
Speech .................... Tho Firecracker
"You Can't Shako That Shimmy
Here" ... ..... . Spanish Dance
"Drink 'Er Down" Ham and Bud
"Nobody Knows" ....Devil-ln-a-Barrol
Recitations ............ Tho Youngsters
Speeches ........ ... . Foreigners
Then refreshments, consisting ot
sandwiches, pickles and cookies,
wore served and thoroughly enjoyed
Thoso present were: Hazel Mor
rison, tho Klamath Dally Record;
Bcsslo Hotchkins, Baby Mario; Edith
Wholply, Queen of Hearts; Avis
Dougherty, tho Cook; Tholma Wise,
Dinty Mooro; Walvo Wlthrow, Chor
us Girl; Elotha Humphrey, Bad Boy;
Ethelen O'Flahcrty, Bertha Peltz,
Tholma Brown, Dorothy Currln.
Walvo Wlthrow and Jean McDonald,
Ballet Dancers; Norma Adams, Devil-In-a-Barrel?
Dorothy McAboy and
Constnnco Crystal, Patsy Romper
Twins; Eva Dillard, Sailor; Dorothea
Hawkins, Opera Olrl:i VernnHvallon
ana ureia .Maaison, "Regular Quys";
Loulso Goss, iTjBat; Vera Swlft,
Esther Washburn and Hattlo Bliss,
Cowboys; Leda Harvoy, Aviator;
Mary Smldl, Patches; Margaret
Schubert. Sir Sid; Esthor Will,
Gymnasium Girl; Cordelia Cantrall,
Cook; Jo Upp, Youthful Innocence y,
Mrs. Carrier and Miss Phlelger, the
Bride nnd Groom; Bernlco Hector,
Hired Olrl; Sybil Bamber, Hawaiian
Girl; Lulu Hanson, Martha Upp and
Mercedes Boyd, Indian Maidens;
Lorena Colsen. Delia Short and Veda
Griffith, Gypsies; Dorothy Horr,
Sambo; Rachel Solomon, BUI Hart;
Forne Hanks, Court Fool; Lois Sail
or, tho Vamp; Lottlo and Jessie
Caldwell, Mary and Marie; Marguer
torcd tho service rccoivo this bonus
ot $25 per month for each month
thoy wero In tho servclo.
Another of tho many delightful
affairs given at "The Maples" re
cently was that hold on Tuesday,
when Mrs. Rutus 8. Mooro and Miss
Elizabeth McCurdy entertained in
honor of Mrs. John Fountain. Tho
attornoon was given ovor to ncodlo
work and conversation, after which
dainty refreshments were served.
Those present besides the guest of
honor and hostesses wore: Mcb
dames Fred R. Goddard, L. M. Fitch,
R. H. Dunbar, Garrett Van Rlpor,
Thomas Hampton, Mary McCluro
Miss Rcstora French.
Mrs. Garrett Van Riper and Mrs.
C. P. Mason wero Joint hostesses
NOW, IDON'T Stf A (OOrt.0 TO WOODY
accuse HctWRc tms onjCy onjcs -
rve toco it to i .
HEU-Q SMITH, MISTCR r3T2.olvN HAS JUST MOW
TOtJP MS SOMCTHMG! VttRY CcNFIoeuTIAU 4WD
VM OINC To TEU. IT TO TOU AS IVC3 tvACK
fiLONG.. 1&CW)SC n&
MAKSS A PtlCTIoa Of "XtSCt-lKlG. "CiOMWITV-.vl.
TtAt-" 3Turr Tb HAL.V A OOXjONJ otmcrc at
TtVC S1MC Tines IV. s
eolation honors. Tho houso was
prottlty docoratod with cut flowors,
and dainty rofroshmontB woro Borvod
nt tho cIobo of oach attornoon. Tho
Invitation list Included: MoBdamos
Duncan, Shlvo, Charles Roberts, Al
bortson, Hall, ThomaB, Stoln, Krauso,
R. E. Wright, S. E. Martin, Watt,
llrockonbrough, Frod Mills, W. O.
Smith, Kborloln, Hnrry Goollor, Ar
thur Wilson, Rutus S. Mooro, Dol
zollf E. T. Bishop, Newell, Ilnkor,
Morrln Johnson, Btowart, W. II. Rob
ortson, Ganong, Mason nnd tho Miss
es McCourt, McCurdy, Baldwin,
ilorgo nnd Ilartmpfl. -
Tucsdny ovnnlng Mrs. Hnttlo Illnos
ontortnnod n tow f rlondu nt hor
homo on Tucsdny night, tho guosts
'bolng MIsr McMiihon and Mrs. Llna
MathowB nnd Messrs. Frnnk EvnnB,
Elinor J. Drndloy and Rhlnohnrt
Mrs. George Humphroy was hos
tess to tho Art Noodlowork club nt
hor homo on Pine stroot thin weok.
Tho attornoon wns dovotcd to noodlo
work, nt tho closo of which rofrosh
montB woro Borvod. Mrs. H. E, Mo
myor wub guest of tho club.
It has bcon found that It lions nro
fed for a weok or bo on food In which
Is mixed a salt ot Iron, tho whlto of
tho cggH thoy lay becomo vory rich.
In Iron, Tho Iron Is in a form oasly
dlgcBtod by tho most delicate ot pa
tients, nnd thus nffords n combined
food nnd modlclno of tho greatest
Tho oldest pavomont of which
thoro Is anw record in modern cities
is thnt of Cordova, Spain, which was
pavod with stones by tho Moots In
tho middle of tho ninth century.
Plot, Hum, Rutus Mooro, Miss Eliz
abeth McCurdy and Mrs. E. P. Lawrence.
Mrs. W. C. Van Rmon nntnrtnlnnrl
at a pretty luncheon at her homo in ..
vj. r. .iiuuuu wero joint nosicssos' . . , j.,., ,, . . V
early in the week at a neighborhood tT ZIi ?
party at tho home of Mrs. Van Ripor "'"T . ""'""" """"" "' """' A,
on South Riverside street. During lfrV Dnakvr' who hhca y' S
the afternoon, which was spent in',BB f1"' Dakr " "" Jho
... , .!.. guests woro Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Frod L.
needlowork. refreshments wero . ... ,. .,. JC
served, and the guests present wore: .' , . ' ' ' rl
H..J. t Du...- ,. . guest ot honor. U
Cluro, A. Carlson, F. R. Hamblet,
Paul Bogardus, C. R. DeLap, L. M.
VII Y. . lh. ! little nAlnkl... "-"""" l IMI UlOUIUfc, 1I1IU H
..vu, uuu tuu ...U .....U UMIBUUUIO .- ,. J - ll l. I
who came to enjoy the afternoon i,- . . ,,. , , Vi . O
,,. . " " , i"K ovents of tho closing monthrf otJ
with tho grown-ups woro Betty Gal- tt. ,. u, 1K,. ... , J s
lagher. Vivian Sheets, Wilmuth Do- ' '."'h M 7 ".W
Lao. nobbv Hnmblot nnd nuJK, '"Btructlons, ana a largo number w
witnessod tho initial lesson. It is VJ
anticipated that the class will bo U
greatly Increased as tlmo passes. 1
Mrs. E. T. Ludden ontortalned at t
two parties Monday and Tuesday CO
afternoons at her homo on Pine 3
street. Monday afternoon was glvon
ovor to bridgo, when tho prizo for
tho high scoro was awarded to Mrs.
"SERVES YOU RIGHT" $
Tho dancing school started at tho
Scandinavian hall last evening, nnd
Lap, Bobby Hamblet and Bobby
Tho. Leisure Hour club was enter
tained by Mrs. II. N. Moo at her
homo on Washington street Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards en
tertained a small party of friends at
cards at their homo on Fifth street
The Club Cafe
That popular place on Sixth street,
Just off Main
their water at a fountain near the
conter ot each vlllago in central
Tourists think that picturesque.
The poetry ot It does not appeal so
strongly to the women who have to
carry it homo. Whon clothes are tojlte Hotchkins and Lucillo Harlan,
bo washed In many neighborhoods Sweet Sixteen; Albertlna Nltschelm,
they must bo carried somo distance (Spanish Dancer; Ruth Newton, Ban-
,!. 1....1. - .. -.-..... ir.. Atttnm ,1H Xfnrlnn Wn.tdltf fntlin.i. AnA1
ent, that Is, from filling tubs nt a (Child; FranceB McLane, tho Vir-
ready faucet, as Is the practice near- Blnlan; Kathryn Ulrlch and Ellza
ly evorywhero In the United States, both Manning, Ham and Bud; Almn
Whatever Is tho fact, It Is not Lawronco, Mrs. A. Mutt; Opal Har
dlfflcult to bollove that mony of thoso voy n Scotch Lassie; Mnrjorlo Jobes,
women nro urging their husbands to Old-FaBhloned Olrl; Inez Wlllltts,
move back to this country. In no Mrs- Vandorbllt, nnd Anna Collins,
otluer country In the world are worn- nor duaghtor; Casandra Benslnger,
en eenerallv so well off as In the." ""'""'a uennomnn; unrno North,
NEZ PEUCES ARE FAST
LEWISTON, Idaho. Jan. 22. In
dians on the Net Porce reservation
are a thrifty lot and prosperous, de
clares Superintendent C. H. Llnse, ot
the Indian agency at Fort Lapwal.
The annual report of Superintendent
Aunt Jomlmah; Frances Honzlk, Lit
tle Girl Sukoy; Rebecca Humphrey,
Susie Ann; Frances Humphrey and
Poarl Reno, Pirouettes; Kntherlne
Upp and Grace Elliott, Maggie and
Jiggs; Joslo Honzlk, Fairy; Nina
Lathrop, Boy Scout; Irene Lewis,
tho Firecracker; Emma Blehn, Miss
Columbia, and Dorothy Wallace,
Mothers and friends of the high
school girls present were: Mrs. W.
W. O. flmfth. thn Mnonlnllnn n.l..
Wednesday ovenlng. Refreshments ' ,nlr , Mra , n..
On Tuesday 600 was played, tho
high scoro being attalnod by Mrs, S.
E. Martin, whllo Mrs. Fred A. Baker
was successful in securing the con-
Lin so shows nearly $800,000 wnsJR, Boyd, Mrs. M. Hanks, Mrs. A. R
paid out to Individual Indians ot tho
reservation during 192tand that the
majority of these reinvested it for
land and farming machinery.
The Noz Perce Indians are fast be
coming expert agriculturists,, accord
ing; to Superintendent Llnse. Must
of the .180,000 acres of land on the
Nex Perce reservation Is owned by
tho Indians themselves and msriy
have modern farms.
VOTED IN CHILE;
BALLOT JUST' RECEIVED
Morrison, Mrs. Andrew Collier, Mrs.
John Enders, Mrs. Louis Jacobs,
Mrs. Geo. Humphrey, Mrs. Jennie
Hum, Miss Margaret King and Miss
Bernlco Powell of Weed, Calif.; Mrs.
Wm. Renle, Mrs. L. A. Will, Mrs. L.
D. Lawton, Miss Bertha E. Pittman,
Mrs. D. . F, Lawton, Mrs. Chas.
Loomls, Mrs. R. W. Browne, Mrs.
Harry E. Peltz, Mrs. Robert
Gass, Mrs. J. R. Wlllett, Mrs. W.
Aj Collins, Mrs. Wm. Caldwell, Mrs.
J T. Totton, 'Mrs. Gertrude Moore,
Mrs. Jacobs, Mrs. Enders, Mrs. A. C.
Hatch, Ruth Miller, Mrs. A. H. New
ton, Mrs. Evert Griffith, Mrs. A. G.
jColson, Mrs. H. O .Wortoly, Mrs. G.
GREAT FALLS, Mont., Jan. 22
More than two months after the.E. Washburn, Ethel Washburn. Mrs
eloctlon, the ballot ot an absent Leila Humphrey, Mrs. Fred Bambor,
Yoter has been received here. It j Mrs. A. L. Leavltt and Dorothy
was from At L. Engle, now In Chile Short,
on business. His. -votevwas delayed ,
U the malls. ?,.w .. ol The F, B. Sprague Post No. 20, tain, S, E., Martin, Xlhas, Martlu,
wero sorved at tho closo of tho
gamo, and thoso present wore: Mr.
nnd Mrs. Louis Hoagland and Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur Arnold.
Friday evening ot last week In
tho parlors ot the Presbyterian
church, tho girls' Sunday school
cjass entertained tho boys' class.
There wero 26 boys and girls pres
ent, and games wero played and a
delightful evening spent. Ono of
the "games" not progrommed was
tho disappearance of the delicious
refreshments that tho young ladles
nau prepared. These wero pur
loined by somo young hopofuls who,
doubtless, doubly "enjoyed thorn by
roason of tho pleasure derived from
eating stolen sweets. The loss, how
ever, wob quickly replaced by some
of tho gallant young men of the
party, who went to a local restau
rant and purchased somo excellent
Miss Emma Berger of Portland has
como to spend two months as the
bouse guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Mr. and Mrs. Wv A. Arnold en
tertained at two tables of GOO Fri
day evening, tho guests being Mr.
nnd Mrs. Louis Hoagland,. Mrs.
George Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Meadows and John Schubert
Airs. C, P. Mason ontortalned tho
P. E. O. society Tuesday ovenlng.
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. S.
E. Martin entertained tho Art
Needlework club, of which sho Is
"SERVES YOU RIGHT "$
For Service and Quality
member, at her home at 541 High
street, inviting at this time, as gnest
of tho club, Mrs. E. C. Beauchamp.
The afternoon was glvon over, as
usual, to needlowork, conversation
and the discussion ot books, aftor
which the hostess Beryod dnlnty re
freshments. Tho club member who
woro fortunate- enough to. bo present
at this dollfthtful attornoon wore:
Mesdamcs Wattonburg, Goollor,
Cummlngs, Camnhan, PhUIpa,
Ramsby, Wirtz, Dunbar, West, Chas
We Want You to See and Compare
The prices that we will charge beginning next Monday
with the1 prices charged heretofore. When we told you
that we would reduce prices after, going on a cash basis
we meant just what we said, and we want you to know
that we are doing just what we promised. That is why
we ask you to compare future prices with those you
paid before. Please remember that beginning Monday
we will be on-a strictly cash basis.
The Sanitary Market
524 Majri Street Phone 68