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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1921)
SATURDAY, JANUARY SO, 1031.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
J. MURRAY. ,Jlllor
VRKD BOULK Cltjr Editor
"Published daily oxcont Sunday, by
The Ilorald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Stroot.
Kntorod at tho pottottlco at Kla
math Falls, Ore, for transmission
through tho malts as socond-clnss
mkm1ikr of thi: a8sociatkd
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ntlllod to tho use for republication
of nil news dlspntchos credited to It,
or not otiierwiso credited In this
papor, nnd also tho local nows pub
SATURDAY, JANUARY 120, 1021.
Priest Who Bearded
Lloyd George Has
LONDON Joi. 29 Father
Michael O'FIanngan, acting presi
dent of Sinn Fein who sont tho fa
mous telegram o l'remlor Lloyd
George asking htm by what stops he
7roposod to mnko pcaco In Ireland be
fore Christmas, Is described by ono
who knows him as "the sort of man
who would not hcsltato to argue
-with tho Popo hlniself."
"When ho was curato of Cross
aa," says Professor Robert Mitchell
Henry In "Tho Evolution of Sinn
rein," "Father O'Flanogan had tak
en a very acttvo part on tho stdo of
Sinn Fein In tho Hast Cavan election,
when Arthur Griffith was returned.-
"Soon after ho was deprived by
hls-blihop, Dr. Coyne, of all his fac
ulties as a priest. Including the
right to say mass. Tho technical
offense for which ho was punished
was that of having addressed meet
ings within tho boundaries of three
parishes of the local parish priests.
"Evoryono know that the reason
for his punishment was not the tech
nical otfenso, but the fact that his
peeches bad been strongly, and
even violently, Sinn Fein.
"Tho people of Crossna retorted by
shutting up tho parish church, and
refusing to allow mass to be said in
It by anyone else."
After tho Easter rising of 1916,
Father O'Flanngan took' Eamonn do
In appearance, ho Is described as
a smiting man in early middle ago,
with jusi a suspicion of silver In
his jet-black hair. Ills conversation
Is easy and witty, and on tho plat
form he is an effective speaker, with
m crisp command of epigram.
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NO WOND6(? Tte. PGIVJS IN TUG
SMMK3 AND WOST OPRC&S
Af3 OUT Of COMMIQIOmH
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OAKLAND, Ore., Jan. 2S. Mrs.
Augusta D. Moot, an Invalid widow,
living alone in a small house near
here, was burned to death In a fire
that destroyed her homo last night.
Marshal R. C. Powell, broke open
the door In an attempt, to rescue
Mrs. Moot, but after making his
way through smoke and sparks to
the woman's room, found It a .mass!
vi ccai3. u is Deuovea mo victim
upset a lamp and was unable to
check tho spreading flames.
Robert Magulrc, on attorney of
Portland, was a dinner guest of Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Van Emon Saturday
evening at their home In Hot
Springs addition. Mr. Magulre was
n classmato of Mr. van Emon in
The Lady's Social club of Aloha
Chapter O. E. S. aro making elabor
ate preparations for their first social
evening to bo given February -f tb nt
Masonic hall, and Invitations are ox
tended to all Eastern Stars, Masons
and their wives. Tho hostesses tor
the evening, which is being looked
forward tb with a great deal of
pleasure, will be Mesdames O.'Poy
ton, Oscar Shlve, Klpp Van Riper.
Lloyd Stowart, L. L. Truax, B. M.
Hall, F. D. Patty and Miss Madue
Baldwin. Thero wilt bo an admis
sion cbargo of 25 cents.
The local Western Union employes
entertained F. C. Cole, district com
mercial superintendent of Seattle,
and C. G
ctal manager of Portland, at their
monthly banquet Sunday afternoon
at the Rex cafe. Those present were
F. C. Colo, C. Q. Bunnell ,Don Beld
ing, Mrs.Don Beldlng, E. R. Prazak,
Otto Ellis, Miss Verda Cozad, Miss
Norma Propst, Miss Florcnco Porter,
Lynn Skllllngton and Robert Hack-
'Mfsg Florence Portor was hostess
Tuesday evening to tho Kedron club
at the homo of her sister, Mrs. An-
(drew Collier, on Pine street. Tho
ovenlng was spent in needlework
V TRAVEL- TO anti discussion of plans for tho club
raxii:r durixg ioso Xor tho futuro Tho hMtBM Borvca
dollclous refreshments at tho closo
of tho evening. Those present were:
Mesdames Roy La Prarlo, Palmer.
Carl Thomas, Herbert Phillips and
Andrew Collier, Alfred Collier, IJcrt
the Misses Annie Mao Johnson, Jen
nlo Johnson, Gertrudo Parker, Walvo
Drew and tho hostess.
Mrs. C. P. Mason and Mrs. Garret
Van Riper entertained nt another
of tho little neighborhood parties
which are becoming so popular on
South Rlvorsldo street, on Wednes
day afternoon at tho homo of Mrs.
Mason. The attornoon was spent In
needlework, after which dainty re
freshments wero served by the hos
tess. Those present wore Mesdames
Rufus Moore, L. M. Fitch, Mary Mc
Clure, J. F. Qoellor, R. J. Sheets.
dainty lunch was nerved. Thoso
present were: Mcsdamos W. 13. Seo-
horn, C. F. Trimble, M. L. Mltlor,
J. J. Keller, Fred Garlch, Frank
Owens, G. IIv Hunter, John Johnson,
J. T. McCollum, L. Hocoulch, Mills,
G. A. WlrU, IUy Algernon, T. J.
Telford, E. R. Dannur, A. Ilnlntor,
Jesse llnlloy, John Thorson and tho
Mrs. M. A. Cnllnghan entertained
n fow friends yestordny at her homo
In Hot Springs addition, In honor "f
Miss Lydlt Frlke, tho now county
nurse. Tho nftornoon wan spent In
cards nnd refreshments wero served.
An Incldont of moro thnn passing
Interest was tho meeting of tho
Hrldgo club nt tho homo of Mrs. W.
O. Smith on Conger nvonito, Monday
nftornoon. It hns boon several years
slnco tho last mooting of tho club
was hold nnd most of tho nftornoon
wns Bpcut In rocalllng events denr
tq tho memories of thoso present.
Tho Hrlilgo club was tho first of Its
kind organized In tho city and tho
mombers wero bound by ties of per
sonal regard as well as by tho pleas
ure arising from tho Interesting gnmo
of hrldgo. It wns tho custom each
yonr to adjourn for tho summer
months and It wns during tho Inst
vacation that sovoral of tho members
of tho club wero called to other
homes. Recently tho tden of tho re
maining monitors of reviving tho
club took shapo nnd tho meeting of
last Monday nftornoon was tho frui
tion of this plan. Futuro meutlngs
will bo hold on ovory other Wednes
day. Thoso present wero M on (lumen
Undorwood, Mills, Murray nnd Smith
nnd Misses Daldwln and McMillan.
Refreshments were served nnd tho
prlzo for highest scoro awarded to
Mrs. G. C. Loronz gavo a "hnrd
times" party nt her homo In tho l.or-.
onz apartments rocently. It was n
very unlquo uffatr to which all tho
guests camo appropriately garbed.
Tho decorations wero In keeping. Tho
guests present wero Mesdames Gold
en Lincoln, Glenn Jester, Hort Igl, I
J. 1L Camnhan, U. D. L. Stowart,. X
John Endors, J. If. Carter, B. J,
Drohr, Uyron Hardonbrook, 13. L.
Hosley nnd Roger Doweeso. Mrs.
Jester won tho first prlzo for tho
host costume, Mrs. Lincoln tho first
prlzo nt cards, nnd Mrs. Stownrt tho
Mrs. J. 11. Carituhnn Is serving n
"pot luck" Klnnor to n pnrty of
friends nt hor homo on north Sixth
street thin ovonliig nt 7 o'clock,
Aviator Says Auto
mobile, saying It Is too dungorous
and expensive. 1 1 'If
NungosHor was racing through
Noullly recently when ho knocked
down nnd killed n cyclist ns n re
sult of which tho court ordered him
to pay tho widow of his victim 30,
000 frnncH for damages. '
'1 think I'll stick to my- nlrplnno
hnrniiflur." hu told tho JlldKO. "If
anything lirvnkn tboro I'll ho
only ono to suffer. "
HUNT TO HOSPITAL
Mrs. Itiwo Klrkjmtrlck, wlfo of
Algln Klrkpntrlok of Fort Klamath,
was committed to tho hospital for
tho Insnnu at Bnlem by County
JiuIko llunnoll today. Mrs, Klrkpnt-
PARIS. Jan. 20. Charloti Nun
gessor, tho Fronch "aco," who rnnk
0(1 second to Fonck ns n Huccowtful
military nvlntor during tho wnr nnd'rlik hns developed no violent nymp
who has boon prominent nt'norlnl linns, her condition being described
meetings slnco tho nrmlstlco, has do-'as feeble-minded. Henry Gordon of
elded to glvo up driving tils auto- Fort Klamath made tho complaint.
backer, Claudo Williams, Joo Carter,
John Carter, John Robinson, Earl
Carson, Glen Sevits, Forest Hugh
ston and Weaver Solomon.
An Interesting event of last week
was tho dancing party given Satur-, lc,0 Tcrwinigor. Cha
day evening by Miss Kathorlno UI-
rich and Miss Margaret Hargus. atl W4WM.WW
iuit uuiuu ui iii5B uiricu uu uungur.f
nVAntln. Ttofrnahmonta u-nrn anrvml
TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 29. Travel
during 1920 to Itanler national park
broke all previous records. A tqtal
of 14,000 persona from outside tho
state of Washington entered the
park during the year. Six thousand
of these wero from cast of the Mis
sissippi river. When the 1921 tour
ist season opens there will bo avail
able addition hotel accommodations
within tho park.
Mills in Hoquiam
District Cut Wages
HOHUIM. Wash., Jan. 29. Tho
wage scale board for the lumber mills
in this district today reduced the pay
of common labor from 1 4 to 3.G0
a day. The lumber workers, how
over, won a partial victory when the
acalo board abrogated an ordor for
reduction of wages of all woodsmen
one-third and substituted a cut of
1C per cent.
avenue. Refreshments woro served X
during tho evening, and thoso at
tending wore Misses Lctba Manning,
Frances McLaln, Letha and Lena
Miller. Ruth Newton, Mnrlan Wort- T
ley, ueuecca Humphrey, Helen Col-'
well, Margaret Hargus, Kathorlno
Ulrich and Harold Wortley, Charles I
unasiain, Jonn Kuykondall, Roland
Cantralt, James Manning, Frank'
Peyton, Lcallo Poytcn, Wllmot Sand
ham, Liu ford Hargus and Henry
Last night tho P. E. O. sorority ;;
cniermineu mo u. I. L. club, which
Is composed of the husbands and '.',
Bunnell, district commer- men frionds of tho sorority, nt tho ;
lovely new homo of Mr. and Mrs. '
Andrew Collier on Pine street. Tho
houso was prettily- arranged In tho
club colors, yellow and white, with
cut flowers, and tho evening was
spent in cards. Dainty refresh
ments wero served, nnd thoso Invited
were: Messrs. nnd Mesdames, R. C.
Grcesbcck, Fred Fleot, K. G. Cum
mtngs. Clay P. Mason, S. 11. Evans,
Bert C. Thomas, Arthur Wilson, Dr.
and Mrs. C. V. Fisher, Alfred D.
Collier, Androw M. Collier and Mrs.
Orva Earnest, nnd tho Misses Flor
onco Portor, Frances Doatty, Ida
Momyor, Mary Stewart, Walvo Drew,
Messrs. Fletcher, Lloyd Portor,
Frank Evans and Dr. Wlsccarver.
Mrs. Hort Thomas and Mr.Flotchor
gavo several musical selections dur
ing tho evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Andrews en
tertained at their homo on Ninth,
and Pine streets Sunday. Thoso,
present woro Mr. and Mrs. Merle'
Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Mrs. Byron Hardonbrook enter
tained the GOO Club at her homo in
the White apartments Tuoeday, Jan-'
uary 25th. S00 was tho game of
tho nftornoon, after which refresh
ments wqro served.
Mrs. II. N. Moo ontortalnod the
Auction Hrldgo club at hor homo on'
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A perlstan carpet was In use for
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The Inhabitants of Greater Lon
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Curdy, and the littlo neighbors at
tending wero Hobby and Betty Gal
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-The Loyal 'Berean class of tho.
Christian Iilblo school met at tho
homo of Uiolr .president, Ione .Solo
mon, luesday ovenlng for a "pot
luck suppor. Thoso present woro
Mrs. C. E. Solomon, the Misses Gon-
eva Young, Esther Will, Itrlco Ken
yon, Alice Carson, Helen Wlrtz, Lu-
clle Stoops, Fannio Stoops, Lottie
Caldwell, Jessie Caldwell, Thelma
Gibson and lone Solomon, and the
Messrs. BUI Strowbrldge, Bill Kohl-
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highest scoro being attained by Mrs.
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wero prcsont, and a most onjoyablo
afternoon spent. Presont wore: Mos
dames Qcorgo Watt, William Dun
can, G. A. Krauso, Leslie Rogers,
Louis Gorher, George Wright,
Qoorgo Morryman, L. F. Wllllts, E,
W, Gowen, Silas Obonchaln, Oscar
3hlvo and E. B. Hall.
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