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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
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Published .ally nxcepl Sunday, bJ
Ths llorald Publishing Company of
Klamath Full. at 119 Klghth StrteL
Sntored at the poitottlco at Kla
math Falls. Or,, tor transmission
through tbo malls at second-class
KKMHUIl OK Tnit ABSOClATKn
The Associated Prrea la exelaslvcty
entitled to the oi8 tor republication
ot all nswa dispatches credited to It,
or not otherwise credited In thin
paper, and alao the local nova pub
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Mill school tron flrt plare In the
Inter-school Held and track rarel
ot city achoola Monday, with a
total ot -2 point. Central wai
second with S 4, and Riverside a
cloe third with E.l point. Pelican
Da? scored 4.S and ratrvlew 3.S.
The Hal ot winner ot boy'a eventa
was pnbllabed In yesterday's Her
ald. The llat of flrl winners fol
Throwing IUakei Ball
Class 1 Letha Dodge, Rlrerslde,
34 ft; Marlon Clark. Falrrlew and
Esther Ixrwlj, Tellcan. 3S ft. S la.
tie for 2nd and 3rd; Dorothy Moor
land. Central. 33 ft. ?H In. Kvelyn
Francis. Central. 32 ft. 8 In.
Class 3 Fern Cody, niTerslde,
CS ft. S In; Addle Bowen. Hirer
side, 4 ft. C In; Dorothea Wort
ley, Riverside 4S ft. 4 In; Audrey
Yancey, Pelican. 4S ft; Fannie
Stoop. Pelican. 47 ft. 10 In.
Claaa 1 Lctha Dodce. Rlrerslds,
10 tlmea; Esther Yeateh. Central, 7
limes: Margaret McColllster. Pelican
and Addle Dowen, Riverside,
time, tie for 3rd and 4th; Ethel
Dodce. Riverside. 5 tinea.
Claaa Z Ella Uateman. Pelican,
8 time; Rnby Yonng, Falrrlew S
ttrnea; Marlon Clark and Gold
Jacoby, Falrrlew, Alive Owen. Mills
8 time, tie tor 3rd. 4th and 8th.
Class I Margaret Cummins.
Rlrerslde. 41 sec; Carrie D rook-
field. Mill. : see; Zephm Rogers,
Esther Veatch and Hera, Walnto,
Central. 43 sec; tie for 3rd. 4th
Class 2 Ruth Cofer, Central,
40 aec; Florence Robin adn Hulda
Spraed, Central 41 aec; tie for 2nd
and 3rd; Maxima Hlnxe, Central,
41 H: Ruth Kllnftnburr. Centra,
Dorothy Wortley, RlTersIde, 42 sec;
tie for 5th.
SO Yard Data
Class 1 Hera Walnio, Central
8 sec; Erxna Crow and Zepna Rog
ers, Central; Margaret Cummlngs,
Rlrerslde, 8 1-5 sec; tie for 2nd
3rd and 4th; Dorothy Moorland.
Central 84 sec. .
Clasa 2 Benlah Bennett. Mills
and Dorothy Wortlsy, Rlrerslde,
6 48 sec tie lit and 2nd; Velma
Coz, Falrrlew, Henrietta Owens,
Mills, Eda Jones. Rlrerslde. 7 1-S,
tie 3rd. 4th and Sth.
Indian Club lUce
Class 1 Zepha Rogers, Central,
24 sec; Alleen Loomls, Rlrerslde,
28 aec; Marjorie Fossum, Certrudo
liertnelsdorf, Central, and Jean
Rogers, Central, 26 Vt eec; tie 3rd,
4th and 8th. !
Class 2 Florence Robin, Central,
22 3-4 sec; Helen Abbey, Central,
Esther Wlckstrom, Falrrlew, Hen
rietta Owen .Mills, Alice Owen,
Mills, 23 sec; tie for 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Superintendent Wells announced
this morning that the Inter-school
meet would be an annual erent
Business Women Hold
The banquet given by tho Business
Women's club last evening was a
great success The program was most
interesting and greatly enjoyed by
the large crowd who attended.
Miss Clara Calkins, tlie president,
gave a talk on "Women's Sphere,"
which was Interesting as well as In
struct! re. Miss Lauretta Jennings
read a letter from tbo president of
the Marahflold club which ebowed
the wonderful work that organization
has dono and helped to Klve Uio
Klamath Falls club a clearer Idea of
work which mlgtit bo done here
The following characters were rep.
resented,. Miss Verda Cozad making
the Introductory speech: An Old
Fashioned Girl, MarJorJo Delxell,
Stenographer, Ixretta Jennings,
Suffragette, Mary Pflueger; Working
and Box Factory Girl, draco Far
rand; Modern Business Woman,
Hi Grace Forrand made rer
favorable Impression when she -cutrd
an Irish jig
The Mnlodro quartette entertained
with two beautiful select Ions.
Kcvsral Impromptu speeches wm
delivered by various member.
Thn evening closod llh a speech
by Mrs Charles Whx1 Kherlein. on
Responsibility. tilch nne ot the
boot uumtwru on the programme.
The next mooting will bo a regular
business svwlon to be held Friday,
June 17. and It Is hopod that nil who
attended the banquet will aha nt
tend the meeting and bring some one
crux ot tho dilemma, In the Metro
special picture, "Cinderella's Twin,"
ploying nt the Liberty Theatro to
night, In which Yloln Dans stars.
At the Theaters
If mil think that 'Toujour de
l.'Audace." which mean "alwny nu
daclous" I a good motto when apptl
od to crime, you have another guoo
coming, as Wnllac Held proxe lu ht
admirable Paramount photoplay Al
ways Audacious." which ehows nt the
Star Theatre again tonight
Talk about thrill I hatm t gvt
through thrilling, yet Thl dramatic
story of a croak who. because he is
the prototype of a scclct) man (
wealth, shanghales him and aMuny
his station In life. Is exceptionally
well adapted for tho screen.
To tell the story- of "Always. Aud
clous' and to reveal the amaslng cli
max, would be doing film fan an In
justice. They must eo the picture to
enjoy Its beauty. Margaret Loo ml
head a great supporting company.
The picture Was directed by Jame
Cruie with signal sucre. The story
was written by Hen. Am William
and adapts by Tom Oeraghty.
She built air e&stte In a dingy
scullery, yet Connie Mctllll u thetn
como true. For she was different, and
though she was made a tool br
crooks, her presence of mind saved
the situation at the right moment
Seo how her lost ullpper became the
Last night nt the Mondnln Theatre.
Seymour and Duprw presented a
very cleer sketch (or the large au
dience pre nt. a playlet that had
many amusing as well as musical
purls In It. Tho team presented a Chi
ncee skit In which a Chinese house
boy shows his mistress how to play
many musical Instrument. This
sketch ha been prmenled In Kurope
Tho couple playlug It have spent II
ye.tr In foreign travel and Seymour
Is somnnhAl of a linguist speaking 7
Tonight iviuglas Falrbunk will be
seen In "Flirting Wllh Fain." and
added will be, two reels t comodle
N-ldr the vaudeville
I OREGON BREVITIES t
FOSSIL. June a Four cloud
burst wrre reported In the vicinity
of Foull following a day of excelte
heal. They occurred at Spray, on the
Johu IVy river; Olrd creek, near
Mitchell. I'lne creek, south of Fu
sll. and Hutte creek. Just west of Fi-sll.
lion nt the. rloso of Ihn ldlh nil iual
PORTLAND, Juno H.Ht-rluu ef
feels upon I'orllntid'ii Import are
exMiced to result from the nppllra
Hon of the new emergency tariff,
which Itoramn effective last Tiieaday
One n(f shore cargo nud sincnil ship
menu miterlng the city by (All nlrea
dy havo been aseel under the new
tariff, whlclj, place what I cnnslder
el a prohibitive charge upon n ituiu
her of cotitfmxtltli- which have here,
toforo entennl tho country trei or
under a light duly charge.
Ki'tiKNK. June -The lr look
out inuon In the Cascade national )
rorest, will start July I, according to
N F. Macduff. upervUor of the
fore4 A number of women will be
engaged a lookout on high peak
and their wtrk will continue until
the fall rain t In or until there I
nu further danger ot fire
HAU'M. Ore. Jun. The 100,.
000 mark In automobile registration
of Oregon wa passed May 31, with
registrations on thai dale tclnllint
100. 189. according to a summary
compiled by Secretary of Hali Kuier
The total registration for l30 wa
103.7)0 outomoblli' May reglstra
Hon totaled 4379. or Just 303 ahead
or May. 1930 Registration fe col
lected by the department to May 31
totaled 13.103.079. s agaluat a total
of 13.O80.0tM collected during tho
entiro year nt l3o
MKUFOHD. June The Medford
Klks Imlge ho mallnd out dmcrlp
the circular of Crtr t-ike. togeth
er with a txtntunal letter trout Kxalt
ed Ruler i: C Jerome, to the 1100
Elk' lodgr throughout the United
State, Inviting their delegation to
stop off horn either en routn lu or
returning from the Klkn nnlloiinl con
volition nt ! Aiigele, visit, Ihn lo
rn) tumplo nud uvakn Itio trip to Cra
I'OHTLANO, June H.Tlmo and
saving deposit lu (he 3K7 bank In
tho alitle of Oregon at Hie close of
tmiluom April SN. lull totaled l3.
I HP. Mi 31 On May I. 1P10, llieyj
were I7t, I'OO 000 and May I, IUI7.I
lliey wero lfl,H70.(inii Tim i "
Increase f appro.lmatH, ij ,,,, ' 'J
.lrl.. llia pa, year a.,U,, ,llft;.0,;
uyerM.y 1, 1017, f m oguouo u
ni'PNxlinalely WO psr 0, ' r
The honey of marring,, i ,
man Up fur nr ri.ii.im,,
Piano tuning, y. MtKH) 7
SEE MR. WESTON AT THE MECCA
POOL ROOM IN REGARD TO CON.
CESSIONS FOR FOURTH OF JULY
Waiui tuning, V. II. Morgan, 71
i'i'i-'ii iiihi m
SEASIDE. June William S
1t ft ai.Kilil.Ma lh Lf V ilLlHitl '
bank of MrtlforJ, wn tsUctrit pf
tlrnt of tho Orri;ou lUrtkern' aMncU
1 - - - :
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'Mm 9 OclocK-Your
AM. Picturns am rcadr at'' 6 p.
W'sV KLAMATH FALLS OREGON th!? W
Flecleral Power Com
In compliance wllh the Federsl
Water Power Act (41 Stat. 1083) '
notice Is hereby given that the California-Oregon
I'ower Company, 607
Montgomery Street. San Francisco,
California, has tiled an application
covering power development on Kla
math River, located approximately
between a point In Section 31. T 39
S., R. 7 K., and a point In Section S.
T 418.. R.6E..W M Any objection ,
to such application, or request for a
hearing thereon, together with any
briefs, reports, or other data for
which consideration Is dored, should,
be addressed to the Executive Secre
tary. Federal Power Commission.
Washington, D C
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