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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TIH'HHDAY,, MAIl W 21, loal.
I 1 II ' SB M
Cardinal Gibbons -Is
Called By Death
(Continued rrum pngo 1)
Horn In llitltlmorn, Mil., of Irish
piironlii July 17, lH.'U, Jnnion (llli
bmiH spent IiIh youth In Iroltirul, tint
whon ho wnii ii 1ml pf 14 yonrn
hid family returned tn , America,
nottlod In Now Orleans whom ho
nctod nn "punctual grocor'H hoy."
"I look hack on thnso imrly dnyn
of hnrd work with prliln," hn said
In Hpoaklng of hln hoyhooil, "I am
n firm hollnvor In thn itcliool of
hart! and liannnl Inhor."
Hln amhltlon for thn prlcnthooil
began III thono oarly ilayH. At 21
ho began propiirntlonn fur hln ser
vice In tlio Itoiuan Catholic church
Graduating with distinguished honor
from historic Ht Chnrlus college In
Marylnndx ho pursued hln I'idlon
nt thn Bomlnnry of Ht. Hulplco mid
Ht Mury'H university In Ilaldmoro.
tin wiih 27 yonm old when tlui
civil war begun. Hln heart wan
moved by thn tragedy ho witnessed
and throughout llfn hnn wiih strong
ly opponod to war.
"Thn average Atnnrlciin Ih a lov
er of ponce," hn fro'iumitly remark
ed. "Ho stands for penco at homo
mid abroad. Lot tin hnpn thn. In
ternational disputes will Hoon hu do
cldod not by standing nrmlos, hut
by permanent courts of arbitration,"
Tho scholarship and statnmnnshlp
of Cardinal (llhbons ban been rocog
nliod by theologians of all crds,
"Itullitlon," ho tin Id shortly haforo
fiU donth, "In thn only solid bantu
'for society. Itullglon In to noddy
what cement In to a modern build
ing; It make nil partn compact and
coherent. Thn tenchlngs of Chrlnt
liavo bean thn lianln of all Chris
tlan legislation for nonrlr 2000
yenrn and continue, to lie thn 11k tit
and gilliln for hundreds of mllllnnn
of nouU. Neither Holoen nor Ly
rurRun nor Juntlnln nor Napoleon
nor any other frntnor of lawn over
exerted a tlttln of thn Influence
which thn gospel of Chrlnt uxnrclnen
on thn human rocen "
At the Theaters
It thonn depositors of thn Klrnt
Htutn and Ravings who hnd their
chorkn protontnd, will mil at thn
hnnk nnd present tlielr prntcnt
nutlcen all protest feen pnld by thorn
nt thn time of protunt will hu refund
od. FIUHT HTATI9 &. HAV1NUB HANK.
WANTKI) TO IlKNT lly tho month,
piano for unn In thn Tuliarnuchi. K.
1', Lawrence.. 22-2.1
KOlt HALH Day old chlclw; will hni
In Thurndny evening. Apply nt thn
farm bureau oirico, Iloom .1, Hwimsou
hldK. Phono 2HJ. 22-2.1
KOH IlKNT Furnished cabin. Fruo-
mont A Dolores. Hot Hprlugs.
FOIt IlKNT Wonted room. 1017 '
HIkIi Ht.. Phono 144W. 23-24 '
KOlt HAM: CO tonn of A-l timothy
alfalfa liny, 3 miles from town.
Hen Htllen linn, at I.'ioll llnnch,
WANTKI) Young lady wnntn room
nnd board In prlvntn family. He
fere nee n exchanged, Addronn C. J.
IlornlJ office. 23-2C
Splendid modern homo on 9th. Ht.
ft roomn, besides kitchen and dining
room. Wood nnd ntoro-room In baso
mont. Vory convenient, ffl.noo tonnn.
Four room hounn with hnth nn
wont nldn nonr school, $21,00, tormn.
Now three room modern houin,
Inrgn garago, clone In, $,3000, term.
Four room hounn with bath, largo
lot, close In. $4,000, tonnn.
Htrlclly modern ! room two-story
hounn, full hnmimont, furnace heat,
largo lot. $9,000. Tnrmn. '
Ilnnutlful ntrlctly modern rooming
hounn on pared ntroots, furnnco heat,
romplntoly furnished, for sain nt
$20,000 half cash, halanca cany
Hplnndld lots In all parts of tho
IlnnchRH from 10 aero tractn, to
r,00 nero In onn body.
SIKH .nati: ottkiuiki.v
I'lmnn flilflM. Oor. IHli it Lincoln.
KOH HALF Kordson tractor with
extension rlmn and two bottom
gang plow. Only IfifiO. Home tormn.
Might trndo for touring enr, rondsler
or Vlnmath Falls property. Chllcoto
fc flmlth, 033 Main Ht. 22-24
KOH HAM': Kurnlturo almost pew.
Must null nt once, nm leaving tho
city. 122C Pine Ht. opposite White
I'ellcan Hotul. 232G
KOH IlKNT Kurnlshed cnhln for
housekeeping for bachelor. 21 in
Cth Ht. Mills Addition. 23-24
KOH HAM: Columbia C sport model
tpractlcatly now. Henllun Htndlo. 327
KAHM KOH ItKNT Near town. Ap
ply P. C. Carlson, llox 1HS, K. K.
Douglas MacUian, thn popular
young Thomas II. Ince stnr In Para
mnunt prcturcn, will bn scon In hln
first ntarrlng vehicle, "Thn Jailbird,"
at tho Htnr Theatre tonight. Mr. Mac
lean Is a stnr In his own right now,
but recently hn was co-starred with
Doris May In "Twenty-three nnd n
Halt Hours' I.euvo", and other not
able I'aramount triumphs.
"Tho Jailbird" Is onn of tho mont
enjoyable comedies over prosonted
nnywhoro. It Is u superior Thomns 11
WANTKD Two fnrm hors.M for
abqut 3 weeks, lo do plowing for
their feed. Will take good care of
them Hon 1'nrknr, Knrmers Ware-
nnu e. 27-2o
KOH BALK I 6ft. Monitor drill. 1
ft. McCormlck rnnpor. K. C.
' llnrhdoldt, Honnnxn, Ore. 22-28
KOH HAI.B- 480 acres grazing laud
on tipper Kliurinth Marsh, partly
fenced, good barn fiO x do and cot
rolls, drop well, also running water
through plnco. Will price right lly
owner Lock box No 31, Merrill. Oro.
KOH HALIJ OH THADK KOH HAY
1 1R In. Sulky I'low, now; 1 16 In.
I Walking I'low, now; 1 splko tooth
ihnrrow;'l GO gallon gns tank; 2 and
,dles, K. I.. French, 1367 Esplanade.
I'honn r,01J. . 21-24
I WANTKI) Work by tonmstor, com
I patent to drlvo 2, 4, 6, or 8 horse
'team. Address 1221 Pleasant Arc
Phono 322W. 21-2C
Notlcn In horeby given that tho an
nunl meeting of tho land owners of
thn Klamath Dralnago District will
ho held nt tho ottlco of tho socretnry
at tho court house at Klamath Falls,
Oregon, on Wednesday, tho 30th day
of March, 1921, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
nt which tlmo thorn will bo aloctcd
onn supervisor to ncrvo for tho term
of thrco years, nnd such other busi
ness transacted nn may legally como
boforo said mooting.
C. H. DeliAP,
C1TT OAIlDAaE When you want
garbngo romovod call 10F-23,
KOlt HAM5--Illockn. Phono 483-M.
J. N. Outhrlo. 18-24
Frost may kill your whoat nnd
Pfti ttitm illH1lHi rtm ami I nn
V will llfflD If I (U JI1U iint
your Joli, hut tho grocory bill will1
kotp right on. Havo yourself this ,
worry nnd bo Independent by buying
our Ilnrron-Tnncrod Whlto leghorn
chicks at $12. 50 per 100, nnd our 8
weeks old pullets for July dollvory i
nt $12.00 per down. Thoy will bo
laying In Hoptombor and stay on tho
job nil winter, nnd you'll hn handing
your grocor eggn nt 7c each, and ho
will bo noon ho owing you. Ordor
book in filling fast, no ordor oarly.
Delivery nny tlmo nftor April 20. I
... MAYWOl I'OUIiTKV 1MIIM i
Admirers of Hoscou Arbucklo, the
big, good-natured comedian who won
fumo In Pnramount-Arlmcklo coined
Iom, wilt bn Interested to loiiru Hint
ho In now n Paramount star in I
turn pictures, his first appearance be
ing as (ho fat Hhorltf known ns 'Slim'
Hoover, In Oeorgo Melford'a produc
tion of "Thn Hound Up," which will
bo shown nt Tho Star theatre Frldny
Mr. Arbucklo proves In this plrturo
that ho can do serious mliuutlc work
as well ns slap stick comedy.
Going Up; Many Help
Tho tabernacle to bo used during
thn meetings to bo conducted by
ttvangollst Ilulgln, commencing Bun
day, March 27, Is being built In re
markably short time, not less then
30 mon appearing at tho building
slto, on Pine stroot betwoon Hovonth
and Klghth ntroots, this morning,
bringing their hnrmnors, saws, and
other enrpontors' tools with thorn.
This building, of only temporary con
struction, Is oxpocted to hold 3,000
peoplo with enso. At thn rato tho
men nro working tho building will
bo flnlshod by tomorrow night, but
thorn Is n standing cull for nil tho
mon who enn spnro n couplo of hours
i(o lend their nnslstunco.
FOH HAI,K 6 head of good work
horses, nnd one 3-ycnr-old colt.
D. W. Oeorgo. on tho old Ky. Taylor
place, Keuo road. 19-26
FOH BALK Timber claim. Cheat)
for rash. Terms If desired. Mrs.!
Nolllo Wall. 1610 Crescent Avo. I
DOHH1H, Cat., March 24. Dorrls
was saddened Tuendny by the donth
of Mrs It. 1,. Oliver, aged Cfi, tho
wife of Hobcrt Oliver, nn old tlmo
resident of thin section. Mrs. Oliver'
hnd suffered for years and her de
mise was not unexpected although
greatly regretted by hor mnny
friends. Tho funeral will bo held nt
tho I'lcurd cemetery, March 24 at
two o'clock p. m.
Lester Torwllllgor, partner with
K. U. Patrick In tho theater business
'ti Klamath Falls and Dorrls, spent
yi i-terday hero arranging for tho now
homo of tho Star Theater. Messrs.
Torwllllgor and Patrick havo socur-l
,i Icasu on tho building being con
structed by II. Long nnd will occupy
It ns soon ns finished. Mr. Long In
tends to finish tho building In a thor
oughly modern fashion' nnd havo It
ready early In Juno.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. C. 8tlUor wero In
town from their mill west of Dorrls
attending to matters of business and
II. a. Ooff, resident manager of
tho Associated Lumbor & llox Com
pany, Is again nble to bo at his of
flco after having been confined to his
room for several days with a severe
Cobb McManus drove In from his
farm In tho Oklahoma country and
spont Wednesday In Dorrls buying
supplies, for spring farming.
Hoy Tnber, owner of tho Tabor
Drug company, and John Wiso of tho
Dorrin Oarage, made n business trip
to Yrokn yosterdny.
MAL1N, March 24. A big dancn
In to bo given nt tho Mnllif town hnll
. next Baturday night by tho Ilohom
y tanModgo of thin town, nccordlng to
announcement. This will bo tho first
danco nlnco tho masquorndo hall In
February and Ih loqfcod forward to
with Intorost. Musio will bo furnished
by tho Mulln orchestra nnd ovory
body In Invited to a good time, by tho
commlttco In charge
NinV MALIN RK8IDBNT.
1 MALIN, March 24. John Itajnus,
V, brothor of V. A. Hajnus, Malln farm
' or, arrlvod horo from Sacramonto.
, Ho lntonds to farm somo loasod land
on tho flhore of Tule Lake during tats
Advertising pays. Try It and soe.
A New Lot of Coats and Suits
NEW STYLES IN COATS, WRAPS AND SUITS RECEIVED
TODAY. TRICOTINES, SERGES, JERSEYS AND VELOURS.
COATS $11.50 to $39.50- SUITS $25.00 to $49.75
ALL BLOUSES REDUCED PRICES
Taffeta, Satin and Georgette Blouses formerly sold to
, 15-00' Now $ 10.00
All Blouses $18.00 to $25.00, Now $15 00
KAYSERS LONG SILK GLOVES
Colors Brown, Tan, Black and white $ 1 TC
KID, CAPE, MOCHA, GLOVES
Colors Gray, Brown Tan, Black and White $3 5Q
NEW LOT OF TRIMMED HATS :
A very low price for these Hats. They are right in
style for they were just received. Values up to $8.50.
Very Special . &A QC
Many styles in different-shapes for children and misses
hom $1.25 lo $6.95-
ClLlJ 1 ll
The Woman's Fashion Center"
In response to fashion's demand for
stylish, graceful footwear for
spring, we are showing an array of
John Kelly shoes remarkable for
their attractiveness and equally re
markable for their fine quality.
Why not give us the opportunity to demon
strate that we can fit you perfectly?
Phoenix Silk hose, $1.10 in black, brown
We carry a high grade line of suit
cases, traveling bags and trunks.