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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, FKHRUAUY 12, 1M1.
AT THE CHURCHES
No chongon will bo mndo In thin
column unions tlio copy In nt Tiio
Hvonlug Hornld otflco by C o'clock
I: ' '
' HAOUKI) IIIOAUTCIIUHOir, cor. of
Blghth iinil Illyti. tlor. Hugh J, Mar
inall, nov. J. V. Molloy,
A a. m. children' norvleo, Adults
tro ro'quonted not lo nttend thli
" lOiSO, high mini nnd sormon,
. 7 p. m., rosary nnd bonodlctlpn.
, CIIHIHTIAN HCIKNUI1 soclnty of
Klnmnth Falls hold norvlcos In tlio
lowor room of tlio Library building,
corpor of Third nnd Mnln slroots,
Tory Hundny mornlnc nt 11 o'clock
and ovory Wodnondny ovonlng nt 8
Tho Hundny school session In froni
Oi45 to 10:4G ovory Hundny morn
ing. Tho mibjoct for Hundny In "Mind."
Tho froo rondlng room nnd froo
trading library I opon from 2:30 to
4J80 on Tuosdnyn, Thursdays and
FIR8T IIAIT1HT CHURCH, corner
Washington and Klghtli.
' Sunday school nt 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 n. m.
Prayer norvleo Wednesday at 8 p,
' Kvory aocoud and fourth Wodnos
day evening will bn dovotod lo mis
II. Y. P. U. Hunday evening at
7s39 p. ra.
A cordial Invitation In extended to
all to attend tbeno service.
.fiiwt prkhiiytkrian church
obrnor Sixth and Pine ntrootn. Her. K.
V', I.nwronco, minister, 4S7 Third
trout. I'hono 439.
11 a. in. Subject "Tho Mnrkn of a
Tho malo qunrlott will sing a song
' entitled f'Onn Swootly Solemn
Thought" by Ambrose.
7:30 Tho ovonlnR norvleo will bo
a patriotic norvleo In honor of Lin
coln, Tho mensngo will bo "Jonun nnd
CIIHIHTIAN CHURCH, corner 9th
and Pine ntreetn, C, V, Trimble, pan
tor, 2107 Wnntlnnd Avo, Phono
Hundny nchool 10 n. m,
Rormon, 11 n. m,
Chrlntlnn Kndonvor 0:30 p. in,
Sormon, 7:30 p, m,
Wo will continue our norvlcon nt
tho Scandinavian hull cornor Oth nnd
Walnut. Wo nro on tho hunt for
ovory man In town who In not In
nomo othor clnnn, to Join our splon
did Sunday nchool clnnn nt tho Htnr
thontro, Como onco, thon wo .know
you will como ofton. Wo wnnt you.
Como next Hundny nt 10 n. in,
hIGVKNTII DAY ARVKNTlHTH,'
Bight ntrcot, Ilnptlst'n church,
Hnhhath nchool ovory Saturday
morning nt 10 o'cleck.
Proachlng nt 11 o'clock by Kvnn
Rollnt'Ii. 1C. Wndo.
Prnyor moatlnR ovory Thurnday
nlftlit at 7 o'clock.
Kvoryhody wolcomo. ,
MirnioniHT kpihoopaij church
Tontli nnd High, ItflV. H. J. Chnney,
pnntor, 100C High St., Phono 537-W.
- KVANdlXIOAIi MJTHCItAN
church. I.uthornn norvlcon will bo
hold Hundny nt 2:30 p. m In tho
Klrst llaptlnt church, cornor 8th and
WunhlnRton, ' .
Sormon by tho Hnv. Mr. Malthle.
l.uthvran norvlcon wilt lo hold
Mondny nt :30 p, m. In tho nchool
h on ho nt Algomn.
KMMANUKI 1IA1TIKT.. Church
Thorn wilt bo npuclnl normonn
Sunday, both inbrnlnR nnd ovonlnR,
nt thin church, Stnto Mlnnlonnry O.
U. Hall will apeak. Hundny nchool
will bo conducted nt 10 a. in., and
public worship nt 11 n. m.
At tho ovonlnR norvleo at 7:30
tho topic which Mr. Hall will dlncuna
will bo "Mnrkn of DUclplonhlp."
Thoro wilt bo npoclnl munlc, and
those ilcslroun of Joining tho church
will bo given nn opportunity to
unlto. You aro cordially Invited to
altond thin church.
Tho Hoverond Hugh J. Mamhnll
wan tho host nt a dlnnor given In tho
nnnembly hnll of tho Sacrod llonrt
parlnh Tuesday night, his guests bo
Ing tho mombors of tho acadomy
building committee, all thono who as
nlntod In tho work of building, and
tho Sacrod Heart choir. Ladles of tho
parish sorvad'tho dinner which Is
doncrlbcd nn sumptuous, unparallolod
nnd proparod with all tho requisites
domaridod by tho most critical oplcur
rnns. Aftor dinner, an old-fashlonod
dnnco wan onjoyod, ovory guoat, ra
gnrdlos of his or hor ago, bolng re
quired to go through ono or inoro
of tho old morrlmont-mnklng, rol
licking formatlonn. Ono couplo, who
hnd not dancod for 20 yoarn, took
tho floor and displayed nglllty and
ability that would havo bo credit
nbla In dancers many yonrn their
Junior. It wan a revival of tho won
derfully good tlmon onjoyod by poo
plo of a generation ngo. With music
of tho namo gonoratlon llvoly,
nprlghtly, nnd long-romomborod
tho occanlon passed Into tho realms
of "pleasing memory" nhortly before
thu midnight hour.
A delightful lunaieon was given at
tho C. O, 'Low ronldcnco on Conger
nvonuo Sunday afternoon tho oc
canlon bolng tho announcement of tho
ongngornent of MIm Karlo Mont
gomery, to Mr. Mark Hanna, of
Portland. Tablo decorations wcro In
itho winner's trophy In hor posses
slon. Tho. pant, tho proialo prcsont
nml tlio unexplored futuro of oach
of tho gucstn woro unfolded by a
lortunn tenor, who socmed to pon-
sosn tho privilege of communicating
with occult powors, through tbo mo
dlum of tho llttlo pack with, fifty
two cards, each roadlng, of courso,
foretelling tho futuro In harmony
with tho favorlto dreams of tho lady
Involved. reading by Minn Km ma
Sluckoy, clovorly and prottlly run
dorcd, was n pro-omlnontly pleasing
foaluro, thin contribution to tho
ovenlng'n enjoyment paralleling
nolos by Minn Clara Calkins and
Mlns Clortrudo Parker In entertain
ing effectiveness. A most tempting
lunch was served.- Tho participants
In tho party woro Mrs. C. M. Hams
by, Mr. Wilbur Jones, Mrs. Orva
Krnent nnd tho Misses Nell McAn
drown, Oortrudo Pnrkor, Emma R.
Stuckoy, Anna May Johnson, Jenny
Johnson, Frances Ileatty, Clara Cal
klnn, Mnrjorlo Delzell and Mlnnlo
Amid tasteful nnd transcendently
attractlvo decorations In pink and
white, carried out throughout their
beautiful rcsldcnco In tho Hot
Springs addtlon, Mr. and Mrs. Ini
tio Rogers entertained most charm
ingly Thursday night for tho "Col
liers" of this city, Mr. nnd Mrs.
HIIKHIFF FOHOOT TO I LINO
MAN ON DAY
Take out Cellar or Fill in Lot
' 317 Mortimer Hi.
IIATON HOUOE, I.n., Fob. 12.
Sheriff T. A. Grant of Ouchltn Par
Ish, notified flovernor Parker today
thnt ho' had forgotten to hang I.on
nlo Knton, negro, convicted of mur
dor, February 4, as requested by tbo
nontencc, and nnkod what to do with
tho prlionor. Tho governor has put
tho problem up to Attorney General
Rowing at the
Charles Collier, recently married, bo-
I VI t ll A art ft ua 0m h tll hahm mm
rod and white. K kuplo brldo grac-' "" - - i '"
. .. ' ............ . ,,i t Joynulo ovcnlng was planned. Fol
lowing a bountiful dlnnor, at which
tho pink and whlto decoratlvo schema
was prottlly carried out In tho tablo
appointments, cards wcro Introduced
and enjoyed until tho departing hour.
Tho guests woro Mr. nnd Mrs. An
drew C. Collier, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles
'Collier, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred D. Col
lier, and Percy Cqlllor of Pendle
ton. 1'cr.cy Colllor was tho guest of
honor at. several Informal parties
given at tho homo of his brothers
during tho week ho has been hero.
-i Thomas Meighan
Ho had boon reported killed in Franco. So tho
snobbish, romantic Wife, who had fallen In, lovo with his
offlcor's uniform, thought herself a horo'a widow. Uut
he'd got by the footman, and hero liu was! Citizen
'Sam McOlnnls, In n brand now suit of Joyous "hand-me-downs,"
roturncd to claim hi brldo.
What did ho find? What did ho doT You'll laugh,
and think, an-r-Attaboy, Ham! '
HUNDAY AND MONDAY MACK 8KNNNTT8 5-HKK!i
: ' COMKDY DK MUCK,
"liOVHf HONOIt AND IIKHAVK."
..DONT MISS IT J.
REDUCED PRICES ON
This 16-Inch Dry Slab-wood Is absolutely your choapest fuel.
We also handlo Block and Limb-wood at market prlcos, but blocks
are vory scarce, and Limb-wood Is high In price, phono us your
orders for Slab.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
OSCAU PEYTON WILLAHI) PIA'TON
419' Main St. ' Phone 535
Ing tho center, resplendent In rod
finery. Appended from tho chnndo
Hor woro llttlo red hearts which
roached tho plates with tho ongngo
rnent announcomont. Salad, bread
and buttor sandwiches, pickles, al
monds, mints, cako coffoo mado up
tho menu, Tho guests were Miss Mota
Chnstaln, Miss Dcss Kllgoro, Miss
Myrtle Jonos, Miss Vorda Cozad,
Mrs, Hodorlck Smith, tbo guost of
honor, and tho hostess, Mrs, Low,
Tho Ilrldgo club was cntentalned
by Mrs. HHas Obencbaln at her homo
on High street Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Fred Mills and Mrs. Frank Ward
enjoyed tho occasion as guests. Mrs.
II. N. Moo mndo high score. Delicious
refreshments wcro served aftor tho
Tho Tuosdny Five-Hundred club,
recently organlxod, was entertained
by Mrs. O. II. Cozard at her home on
High streot, Tuesday afternoon. Tho
members present woro Mrs. O. W.
Robertson, Mrs. E. D. Lamb, Mrs.
Uyroh Hardcnbrook, Roy Durbln,
Mrs. Jack Slator, Mrs. Frank An
drews, and Mrs. James Watklns. Mrs.
Lonllo Terwllllger and Mrs. Harden
Carter woro present as gu08tsLunch
was served following a very absorb
ing afternoon at cards. Mrs. Jack
Slater will entortaln tho club at her
homo, at 1731 Huron street next
Tuesday attornoon. ,
Tho Library club will meet In tho
library. Monday attornoon at 3
o'clock. Tho book to bo discussed
Is "Tho Economic Consequences of
tho Penco," by John Mnynard Koyncs.
Mrs. W, II. Hobortson will load the
Mr. and Mrs. Losllo Rogers, of
Hot Springs addition, ontertnlned at
dlnnor for Mr. and Mrs. Frod Schall
ock, of this city last Wodnosday
' Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Cockran en
tertained at cards at their homo on
Klghth street Thursday ovonlng.
Mrs, J. M. Alnutt ontortnlnod eov-
oral friends nt dlnnor Thursday ovon
Ing, tho occasion bolng Mr. Alnutt's
The Assembly club will hold an
other of Its serlos of dances on St.
ValenUfio's ovo In tho Scandinavian
NO RELISH IN
Lesllo Peyton onter
tnlned at a dancing party at their
homo onsMarkot street lost night. Re
freshments added to tho ploasuro
pftho evening. Tho participants
woro unorioa unastain, naroia
Wortloy, John Kuykendall, James
Manning, Roland Cantroll, Iluford
Hargus, Lesllo Poyton, Frank Poy-
ton, Katherlno Ulrlch, Margaret Har
gus, Holon Colwoll, Lena Mlllor,
Letha Miller, Elizabeth Manning, Re
bocca Humphrey, and Frances Mc
Lain. Charmingly informal and sparkt
ling with delightful features was
the party given at the homo of Mr,
and Mrs, Wilbur Jones, Second, and
High streets, Saturday night, by
Miss Mlnnlo Darnum, for eleven t
her friends. Five hundred was
played during the early evening,
Miss Francos Realty omorglng' from
tbo battle of trumps and nolle with I
NEW, YORK, Feb. 12. An amusing
story showing how undesirable, not
to say dangerous, Amorlca's Sunday
dessert appoars to tho prlml
ttvo pooplo of Assam, Is told by Miss
Isabella Wilson, a worker of tho
Woman's American Haptlst Foreign
Mission Society who Is at present on
a long-deforrcd furlough in her homo
For the first six years of hor stay
nt Oauhatl, Assam, where Miss Wil
son 'Is stationed, sho hnd never tasted
Ice-cream, for Jco Is not to bo had In
that country. Consequently, sfe-hun-gorod
for it with thnt hunger known
only to exiles, who havo long been
deprived of a homo dish,
Sho was feeling tho pangs ono day,
wbon a hall-storm came, such hall as
only tho Assamcso cllmato can pro
duce Each stono was tho slzo of an
egg a solid lump of snow. Miss Wll
son bad ofton seen such a storm be
fore, but this was tho first tlmo It
struck as being of somo uso.
Why not use thoso hall-stonos In
stead It Icp o freezo some cream T
"Sho imparted her Inspiration to
somo fellow-workers, and soon tho
mission freezer was filled and tho
precious homo dessort appeared at
tablo. It tasted lno, "Miss Wilson
says.--so, flno Indeed that tho mis
sionaries had not tho heart to keep
such u treat to thpmsolves, Thoy
must share It with tho natives! So
'they hastily' summoned tho school
and served out a small dish to oach
of the convorted Christians.
Sllenco for a while, while tho eager
seml-savages absorbed ono, spoonful
after another of this doloctablo for
elBn food. "They soomod to llko It
at first", said Miss Wilson. "But
Then ono of tho Annamono discov
ered that his throat was burning! Ho
nhrlokcd, Ho wan in agony, Tho ovll
nplrltn hnd ontorod him, Thoy wore
about to destroy him. Ho ftcd tho
mission houso and rushed shrieking
through tho streets of Qauhalt.
"It took us all evening to quiet
tho panic, "Miss; Wilson declared.
"It was her first and last effort
at converting tho Assamcso to Am
"You havo no Idoa of how much
cream wo wasted," nho added sadly.
"The Best for the Bee
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
AND IIKH OWN COMPANY IN
"THE FLAME OF HELL GATE"
A wonderful western plcturo, showing wonderful riding, groat
gunplay, and two of tha most exciting fist fights between men
ovor seen on tho screen. Also,
Episode No. 12 of "The Screaming Shadow"
AND A OOOD COMEDY
Continuous show Sunday starts at 1 p. m.
Coining Tulwln) Pnntagra Vaudeville, William S. Hart and
Harry Carey nn same bill.
CLOTHES OF REAL DISTINCTION
must bo mado for tho wearer Individually. Let me make your new
spring null and enjoy wearing roally distinctive clothing tailored
o fit you perfectly anil (b retain its extra-nmnrtnoM during long
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
518 Main St.
. USED CAR
One Roo Spcedwagon, almost new.
Ono Roo 8 peed wagon, A-1 condition,
Dort Touring, used but vcqy little; a
snap at 106o!
Ono Ford Delivery Wagon, cheap.
SEVERAL OTHER COOD BUYS IN
C. L. McWILLIAMS
&q Main St. Phono 100
Canned in their Natural State by
Put Up for the Table and
. Bakers' Use
X Your Dealer may obtain them through Port- 1
land and Salem Wholesale Grocers and
NOTHING MORE DELICIOUS