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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1921)
HATCRDAY, APRIL 80, 1M1
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. Oi
On or ubout Why 12th, Mrs.
Mamla Doyd-Wagnor, coloniturn
uaprano, -Kill glvo a concert In tho
Prosbyttorlan church, tho best Audi
torium now available In Itown. She
will bo assisted by Mm. Fred Cofor,
pianist and accompanist-. Mrs. Was
nor Is to glvo a recital at tho Y. M.
C. A. Auditorium In San Francisco
this week. Hor instructor, Mr. Paa
moro, fools that she has tho ability
to glvo a most successful concert In
that largo hall, and wrttc- In glow
ing terms of tho beautiful program
ho ltns propared. Mrs. Cofer's nbll
ity as i pianist Is bo well known as
to need no commendation, and Kla
math Kails may confidently expect a
Bplondld treat In this concert Tho
program will appear later.
Tho following Is from tho Spokes
man Rcvlow, of 8pokane, Washing
ton, datod November 10, 1916; "Tho
"Woman's Club mntlnco muslejlo ye
tonlay introduced to Spokane, Mrs.
William Wagnor, soprano. Mrs. Wng
per has a comloy stago prosenco and
posnesscs a strong natural voice of
pleasant timbre, round and truo In
quality, and of considerable flexibil
ity. Hor runs, arpcgRl, trills and stac
cato passages aro good and sbo shows
n genuino pleasure in her work and
will bo an acquisition to tho matlnoo
muslcalo. Tho florid "Echo Song," by
Eckhnrt, served as an introduction,
wlxllo Doll Acqua's "Chanson Pro
Toncal" proved hor powers of vocali
sation. Mrs. Wagner was much ap
plauded." This was before Mrs. Wagner's
period of study In San Francisco
with Shakcspcoro and Pasmorc.
Mrs. Don. J. Zumwalt entertained
tho Biidgo club on Thursday after
noon at hor homo on South River
si do street. The hostess sorved dafnty
refreshments during tho afternoon.
Tho guests were Meedamos Sblvo,
Roberts, Krause, Smith, Stono, Un
dorwood and Miss Maudo Baldwin.
Mrs. Rex Renncr and Mrs. Hurry
Richardson were hostesses to tho
Happy Hour Needlework club on
Tuesday afternoon at tho homo of
Mrs. Renncr on North Eleventh St.
A very pleasant social afternoon was
spent after which dainty refresh
ments wero served by tho hostesses.
Mrs. Jack Slater entertained a
few friends at Five Hundred on Fri
day of last week. A very pleasant af
ternoon was spent after which the
hostess 'served dainty refreshments.
The Kuests wcro Mesdames Brook
Ins, Dunbar, Terwilligor, Pa'trick,
Henderson, Stewart, Whitman, Car
- ter and tho hostess.
Mrs. W. H. Robertson entetralned
at an afternoon tea and "500" party
on .Friday afternoon at her home on
Eldorado street. Mrs. T. C. Campbell
poured tea. The house was prottily
decorated with spring blossoms.
Mrs. C. F. Stone was awarded the
prito for highest score and Miss Twy
la Head tho consolation prize. Tho
guests were Mesdames Scballock,
Luddon, Drockenbrough, Daker, Ga
nong, Sab'o, Wright. Stono, W&tt, Eb
orlcin, Peel, Stewart, Robertson,
Martin, Krause, Campbell, and the
Mlssos McCourt and Head.
Mrs. B, n. Hall was hostess to the
Leisure Hour club on Tuesday after
noon In the sun room of tho Hotel
Hall Aflnox. The afternoon was spent
playing bridge and Mrs. Fred Dunbar
won the prize for the hlghost score.
Dainty refreshments woro served.
Tho guests woro Mesdames West,
Elliott, Dunbar, Campbell, Van III
por, Moo, Broofrlns, Lester, Meaning,
Oanong, Slater. Stevenson, Enders,
Cartor, Baker, Melhaso and tho hos
tess. Mrs. Lester Terwllllger entertain
ed at a card party at her homo on
Sixth btreoti Thursday afternoon. Tho
afternoon was spent playing Five
Hundred, after which dainty rofresh
mentjj wero served. , Thoeo prosont
wero Mesdames Whitman, Slater,
Henderson. Brookings, Patrick, Car
ter, Dunbar and the hostess.
A moonlight picnic was greatly en
Joyed by Mr. and Mrs. George Hil
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Joel T. Ward
on Wednosday evening, when tho
party drove out about five miles on
the Fore Klamlath road and cooked
their sapper by moonlight.
Tho ladies of the St. Paul Episco
pal Guild gave a delightful card
party Wednesday night at the White
Pelican hotel. GOO was tbo game of
the evening. The party 'was given
under the auspicea of tie April com
mittee consisting of Mesdames Rams
by, Kuykendall, Wright, Kimball,
Gets, Martin and Campbell. The re
oeption committee was composed of
Mesdames Eborlein, Baldwin, Burke,
Oarrett, Gowan, Martin, Cozad,
Brockenbrough and Carrier. Punch
was served by tho Misses Thelniti
Brown, Clara Cornish, Mario Duvon-
MU Mabel Gardner and MUt Nlta llurannon with it portion of tho AI. J.
Barnes "BO Toni of Klephnnta" tti bo mxti In Klamath Falls whoa
tho big circus comes on Mondn y, May 2nd.
W. 1. Parker! general superintend-
out of tho Klamath Development Oo.
of this city, was a passongor for 8nn
Francisco whom hi oxpofits to spend
two wookn fooklng over business In
terests. A. J. Jaenlcke. government beetle
control export, arrived InHt ' night
from Lnkovlow. Mr. Jaenlcke Is hern
In regard to tho beetle Urlvo In tho
takevlow nnd llonanza country. HI
headquarters am at Portland.
Mr. oud Mrs. 11. Hlggs 'd
ilnURhtor Mldrod nro going to l.oi
tSatos, CjiI., to mnko their homo. Mr.
Rlggi will lrlvo down while Mrs.
lllggs and daughter will go n fur an
Wood on llioj train where I hoy will
meet Mr lUggs. Mosdamo.i Hamilton
and Fisher have routed ho Rlggs
lii-nio at 1028 Jefferson street
A Carson who has been lsltlitg
with old frlondi horn, returned to
hli homo at Yrekn this iiuirnlng.
Mrs, C J. Qulgley was a pawon
Ker for San Francisco this morning
whoro sho oxpocts to bo some tlmo
Have )o won Keller today?
port, and Elizabeth Ramsby. Vocal
solos wcro given by Mesdames Albert
son nnd Cochran and Mrs. Percy
Burko accompanied by Mrs. Ebcrleln.
Mr. Marshall played a selection on
the mandolin accompanied by Miss
Mrs. John Taylor and Mrs. Will
Janetto aro in from Merrill for tho
Henry Voss is a visitor from Whlto
Davis Goodman who has-been w 1th
tho Jolty Dick Lonsdale company, has
cancelled hlsenjtngeracnt and return
ed to San Francisco this morning on
Tho country fair given by tho
Moose Heart Legion last evening was ntcount of Ul0 , of hla wlfe.
a great success, i noro was me usuai
fun making that goes with such an
itelllng, nnd dancing. Dr. Uoncaro
was crowned "King" of thoMay
Music was furnished by Louise
Stein's orchestra. Cash
wero given for tho best cotrtumc In
old 'fashioned clothes. Tho prizes for
Khe ladies wore awarded as follews:
Mrs. R. Sowcll, first; and Mrs. M.
Ohrtstenson second, and tho men's
prlze wero awarded to Clydo Thornr
son first, and A. Luscomb second.
Klamath Falls, Ore., 4
To Milk Censumers:
Owing to tho dcclluo In othor arti
cles of food, wo wish to do our pan.
V. will mhltfl fhn fnllnwlnr nrlriM of
prlzr'! milk nnd cream till further notlce:
J. L. Colvlg loft for San Francisco
this morning whore ho expects to un
dergo an operation at tho Southern
Pacific hospital. J. C. Pratt is going
to eako Mr. Colvlg'a position as brako
I. G. Mann and H. Irvine 'both or
Lodl, California, who have been here
looking over business and home loca
tions, returned to their homo this
morning. M. L. Babcock also of Lodl,
Is remaining bore for a fow days to
further Investigate tho farming con
ditions for himself and othor resi
dents of Lodl.
William Kohlbaker wns a pass
enger for Rosevllle, California, this
morning, whvo he Is going to mako
Chas. Shuck Is up from Merrill for
Walter Zotzman and family nro In
town from Miller Hill attending to
Miss Ruby Schrelnor of Spring
Lake, has gone to Portland to vlilt
with her sister, Mrs, acorgo. Kolloy.
Jai. H. Beckley of Fort Klamath,
has been railed to Rosaburg by tho
lllncsi of his mother.
(Seorgo H. Llnsley Jr., reprevnta
tlvo of tho Taylor Instrument Manu
facturing company, of Rochester,
New York, Is hero vjsl.!ng tho vari
ous sawmills with regard to Install
ing temperature Instruments.
Miss Besslo Walker who has boon
teaching at Round Lake, Is hero on
ber way to Ashland where sho In
tends to spend tho summer with her
Have You Keen Keller today?
J JERSEY MILK
524 Main St..
.).4...t... .(. '(--(-
i qt. dally" for 30 days $ 3.90
2 qts dully for 30 days .. 7.60
3 qts. dally for 30 days . 10.80
4 qts. dally for 30 days . . . 13.80
i qts. dally for 30 days 12.00
1 pt. dally for 30 days 2.25
, Oram Iriert
K pt. T. C. dally for 30 days $3.00
4 pt. T. C. dally for 30 days 5.00
tt pt. Wt C, dally for 30 days COO
1 pt. milk and U pt. T. C.
dally for 30 days . $5.25
1 pc milk and Vi pt. T. C.
dallyfor 30 days 7.25
1 qt. milk and. H Pt. T. C.
dally for 30 days.... 6.90
1 qt. milk and Vi pt. T. C.
dally for 30 days 8.90
2 qts. milk and V, pt. T. C.
dally for 30 days. 12.50
Butter milk lCc per gal. at plant;
20c dollvcred on route.
Let ub convince you we furnish
30 May 3
Tho CVty Engineer pursuant to the
Resolution of tho Common Council
heretofore adopted, having under
date of tho 10th dny ot April, 1921,
filed plans, specifications and esti
mates of tho cost or Improving Kl
Dorado Btroet from Esplanade to
IVirtlanil Btroet nnd Melrose street
rrom EIDorado to Pacific Terrace.
Including intersections; nnd tho Com
mon Council having taken tho namo
under advisement and finding said
plans, speclficiitlonB and estimates
IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED. That
said plans, Bpocltlcntlotis nnd esti
mates for tho Improvement of EIDo
rodo Btrcet from Hplnnndo to Port
land street nnd Molroio stroot from
EIDorado to Pacific Tcrrnco. Includ
ing Intersections, lie nnd tho name,
are horonr npproveii:
AND 11B IT FURTHER RFflOI V
ED, That the Common Council here
by declares Its Intention to Improve
said portions of EIDorado Btreet nnd
Melrose ff.reet, in nceonlanco with
nl,l nlnnit. unwlf Inillniia nnd rstl
mntps; said Improvement to conMst !
of paving snld portions of EIDorado
street nnd Melrose stroot with llltull-i
thlc. Concrete Asphnltlc Concrete or
Wllllto. Tho estimated ror of the'
Improvement of said portion of said
streets by. nlnclnc thorron either hi-'
tullthlc. concrete, nntihalt'r concrete
or wllllto to bo $1G;13 5.1, said roit
Including grading, rolling, curbing
and cement sidewalk
AND BE IT FURTHER RKflOLV
ED. Ily tho Common Council thai tho
following described property bo and
Is horohy declared benefitted by said
Improvement, to-wlt:" Ixts 1.2 3.
Block 26. Block 39 A. Lots S. 9 10.
11, 12, 13, Block 38. 1. 2. 3. 4, 5, C,
Block 27. 1. 2 3. 4 B. fi. 7 TUneV
28, Lot 13, 14, IB, 16, 17. 18, 19
Block 37, 1-ots 1. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Block 37, Lotn fl. 17, 18, 10, 20. 21.
22 Blook 36, 1-ots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, II
Block 29, 1Hs 5 and 6 Block 49 nnd
Lotn 1 and 3 In Block 48, nil, In Hot
Bprlngu Addition to tho City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon! mid Unit said
property above listed and described
bo nnd hereby Is doclnrod to bo ns
senrM'd for tho expnnso of wild Im
provement. AND 1117 IT FURTHER REHOI.V
ED. Thnl Monday thu 23 dy of May.
192t, at the hour of 8 o'clock P. M.,
nt the Council Chain bora nt tho City
Hall, ho fixed as Alio tlmo and place
for tho hearing of object Ions nnd ro
monstranct ngnlnst tho snld propos
ed liiiiirovement nnd tho Police Judge
Is hereby directed to cause noUrn of
nuiil hearing to bo imimiiioii as oy
STATE OF OUEOON, )
County of Klamath. )i
rilv of Klamath Fnlltt.l
I, A. I,. Lrnvllt. rolico JUiiro ni
tho City of Klamath FalK Oregon,
do horohy certify that itho foregoing
Is u duly enrolled cony of n nolntlon
ndoptod by tho Common Council on
the 25th dny of April. 1921. declar
ing Its Intention to Improve EIDormlo
street from Esplnnndo to Portland
street nnd Melrose street from EIDo
rado in Pacific Ternico. Including In
torwoctlom, nnd npprovlng tho plnns
specifications nnd estimates submltt
el by tho City Englnoor.
A. L. LEAV1TT.
28-9 Polloe Jildro
lii eye x
Is di'Hiirvliig of
est euro nnd skill
quality in glasses, Our en
tire (lino, effort nnd equip
ment In our examination
rooms mid factory It alined
inwards (ho goal nf
finality glasses do not ncc
imnnrlly mean oxpenslvo
glasses, but they do lliunil
best quality of material, no
curnloly ground and do
slued for your Individual,
oyo necdH. "
H. J. WINTERS
7CX1 MAIN HTIU5KT
BLOCK WOOD $6
KUEU II. HKlIJIRONNFUl
Phone 10.VJ or Kwannn
POPULAR SPACIOUS LOBBY
At the Center of
BROADWAY at STARK. ST.
Wo suggest yo write, phone
or wlro for reservations
Arthur H. Meyers, Mannger
- m'Jmfk tC-
.served piptn 6 hoi
with pure crt&m
A classified ad In The Herald wilt
find what you bare lost.
L t( ""T-8K0J0 L-jv-rJ
I1' "SmI 4EDVICE !' !;
New Records Arrived
Ahead ot Time
The now' May Records aro
hero so come right In and let
ub piny tbcm for you.
You havo boon threatening
to get Home new rocords for
sometime why not do It now?
Earl Shepherd Co.
One lluilnof.N MuhIc
007 Mnlit Kt. Phono iiHS-l
The Rex Cafe
Citrus Fruit Cocktail
Combination Salad French Drcssln
Cream ot Chicken With Rice Soup
Baked Sugar Cured Ham With Candled Swsets.
Fillet Mignon De Beef, Bearnalso Sauce.
Chicken Fricassee, Egg Dumplings.
Choice ot Vanilla Ice Cream Assorted Tltm
French Strawberry Situdao.
Tea. Ico Tea Coffee Milk - Chocolate
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In a hurry ?
You cannot make us mad by being in
a hurry for your printing job. We believe
in giving our customers what they want,
when they want it, if it is physically possi
ble to dp so. We keep one man and a press
available for RUSH WORK.
We insist, however, on sufficient time to
enable us to give thpt careful attention
which is necessary to produce a high stand
ard of work.
Every job must be right before it is per
mitted to leave the shop.
W. 0. SMITH PRINTING CO.
119 S. Fourth. Street.
White Pelican Hotel
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
Chicken Noodle Soup
' Salad Lettuce Thousand Island
1 Bked Chicken Pie,
New Asparagus on Toast I Creamod Potatoes
- J-LfLfl I- -tl"
Table D'Hote Dinners Week
SERVICE AND COOKINO UNHXCBLLHD