The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, October 23, 1927, Page 3, Image 3

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    .THE KLAMATH NEWS
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, nr;
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' JOV M'.VNM, H. I.'ly IC.I lor .
Plume H71
iiI'I'Ii:hh
; It I bail uiy life tu live titer
agnjti, I would huv umiln a
ruin lu read aomo poetry nud
listen la eoiiin music at 'least
once a week! far Purhups iho
Url lit mr Urn In now atroph
ied would I bus have (men kept
dive through use.
, Thu lima ii f these Instca In
a Ium til happiness, and may
possibly be Injurious lu lb
Intellect, and more probably
lo the moral cbnraolrr.i by
cDfi'Oblltiic tho rrtiolloiinl pail
ot our nature. Darwin..
IDANCK PLANNED
SggfiSS
Mr, win iiib fi Y."X&3& DEPENDABLE MRKCMANDKEsBlVa
tho subject wllyo W)ulr",rl',- ""j. .a- .?' . . j -T? !fl
Emotion." Minn Mr;( Hull will (
give abort' tulk oil '"Flnger
pliiyH." During tho yar ilm
study group Will Ink" IIP hiurwii
"Anger" aud 'rU'X !
meet
SHOWER HONORS
MRS. CARTER
Tli ii n ti n tin I 1 1 ii I luwuiii puny of
lh Jollv Kelvlihor'a Huh will bo
hold. Maiurduy rriiliiE. October ; lu ' "V
ii(l. ul the borne of Mr. mid Mrs. i ArforMon." Thin gronp
W. V. Towiisoitd ul Hummcr'ii ,i,. .,,,, L-Hrfuv In every mouth.'
rUK JNU VfcjMIJr.K I '"" '"""" u " mem-; ..-
. rh,,r un lu ' "' '"""' "I I'"1! Mrs. Carl Ruinwell will be
()n or thu most oiiUlumllii Kivcuiu. tlaim-a and umsie win , i,,,,,,. , IP Friendship Club! Jj
events of Oiu si-wou will bo albn enloyed. Tin- lioaimi- will ,.,, yrMny ofirrnooii a( her ' K
luiuie wnun spuusoreu iiy tnu oo iir iniii-iiu iimo ill III North NIMH slroot.
Ladles Anslltnry of iho American N. '"'. Ilry llrlr.lit. fb-vfi . i
1 lull, . m bo Imlct Krliluy i-vn- i Wlnirurd, lirry Mur.by mid W)l-( .Mr. Kr'i-d I'cli'reoii' wn bunlwii
nliiK, Navnuilmr .4, ul the l.i iilon j Kuril. 'fut Turmlay pvnilnic : the I'. K.
bull, . j , , t ' ' !. jtintpriioml. Tim rHlr r-
Thu hall will liv hrmiMf ully Thn Di'lla (iainiim l.'hiiuivr .of 1 di-r ol biiniwi flllid III" in.-oi InK
dcriirnti-d and llnl Hlaikliurn'n Dnlnhliiui will hold lu ri-nulni hunrn. Mr. Aiidn-w (,'ulllur wual
iirihanlra will friilli l ho inui.li-. inc.. tln In tho i lnli n onu nt Hi"
I.Ik ht mrrrnbinrni will bp uurv-. hi fry lr, Tn-oil.iy ttfiprnnon
d. Tlckutu may ho laoriimd Irniu J:ir.. The totili' fur Ibn nfipr
thi cnmiullipp, and am on aula noun In Cruk rnmf'.y. ant tin
at Ihp prrnrni limn. t pr..rum la a fnllown:
T)i riiinnililvti la oiiipWPil nf 'ri-ll;nliiary Burvpy, lr. Iuh
Mm. Iliidcrlrk Kinllh. ihnlriimii; .y.uniwMl.
'hp li'.;di-l',ilurlii tho vroniii
bi'ld
Mr. J. ('. Illrhii r, .and
Walter Abbiiy. . 1
;
MIZI'.UI I hlHK
IIIII.KH HI HI'ltlNK.
: Th I'.-T. A. nf Kiilrvh
, Ihi Ir firm nini-tlnir Krl
jri'jiin at 3 oVInik ul
I.Vhia IIH.ii O.uflelil rltf hralih
Iuiiiaa ilnhvrtMl a ntuirt talk .an
rldiiy after-'
"the m-hixil. I 1
..1... !,!, h 1 3
Mm. J. llniilmi Carlnr wan
bonorrd with cburntlnf ,nil
CPllaupiiua ahownr at tho houi"
of Mm. if. I.. HardenhriHik un
KHanait, Tunaday afiarnoiui.
f 'An Inforiuiil nflprnnnn waa apant
by tho guanta, Tha bonis waa
boaullfnl wllh yplluw rnli-
. kchrmr uaad Ihroimhnut. TIip
biMtna raa aulntnd at Ilia d ilniy
luncbvon which waa amd by
, Mm. II loon Joalor and Mm. A. I.
- Whitman.
Tba Ruaala hnniirliiit Mm. Car
tWr ware: Maadamo (.on Is
Jaeotia, Cbara Joamni Mnrllu,
W. II. Morrl.. I.. O. CarLar. Mar.
atrol llarman of Lt Orandn. ' Hlurkay. M. Ileldlnn. T.
Mm. I Old t'oniP'lr Mrn. A. M Colllor. ; loxln-anlllnnlli whic h In lo ho ud
, . AunlyilH nf "Thu lllrdn" .Mm. tnlnlntrrid lo nil the aelmol rblld
W. II. Hnlipniiiiii. I ri-n lu apvorat wookn na porrou-
Mlililln and Now Cnmcdy, Mm Im-iii prevcutatlve URiilruit dlp-
;T. D. tiirni. thtrla.
E. II
Thn. Mlfllilll uluNir of tho Moth- MMtiunflr.r'n PIhvh. Mm
odlt lllhlo Hi'IiikiI hi'ld a aoi lPty- rinhilKP-r. ' . Tho llunlni-na mid I'rufeaitlonul
moalhiK at tlio bniiiP iif Mr. Two aria of "Tlie llrolliera" by U'kiiii ii'k rlub will- hold thflr
T, II. Hklllliiuton, Tliumil iy aftirr- uii'iiihrni of Mm. C. I. Itnlnrl" Imirhrnn Miinduy non. at Ihc
iiiiiiii. Tlie bnaliiMi waa ui nld j urmip. I Pi llran Cafe. Inmead of the
wllh 1 ahnwer of iineful arllrbi j Iniermlc Irn-- ' (Chamber of Commerro. Moiyi
for her now homo, (iaraaa warr ! I'lnn.. sln. Hi b-n Cnfir. I pinna will -lie dlncu'd for the
pluyed after tho abort bualmwii , ll..ok Itiwh w 'The Immnrul i linuar in Nnvcmber.
Aim. J. It Shaw.
Kreiitx. Mr.i. ('. M. Mm. bou Zumwalt waa bontew
Thuraday eronlnK nt her home to
eeaninii and dutiichtful rofroeh- : Marrl'tK."
iunti wofa nerved. i j Current
Thoae praaent woro: Mcadaiuus ; Lainberl.
t'harlva Moore, Claude Davln,
. ' menu Jemnf, A. II. Whitman,
Kny Krnnrla Diirbln, Thoinai'Il.
I Waltem. It. II. Kllar, Lealle
Itonera. K. M. Ilubb. It. K. Do
weeae, II. I). I.loyd Hlawart, Jim
' Stewart, O. II Cotad. Kred Houa
ton, Paul McKlnley Noel, Vrl
lumbar. Ijiiile Martin, John Kn
dora ot Aahlnnd, the ituaala nf
honor, Mm. Carter, and tho hos
leaa, Mm. Ilardeubrnnk.
If, )f 3f
SI'RI'ltlhK IHiMiltH
XltM. HKII.I.INtiTOS
Mm. T. It. Hkllllnjton waa hon
ored by u n urn her of her frlunda
wllh a urprlne dinner at her new
, homo on- Tenth atrvot, Monday
afternoon. Jlhe waa preaanled
with two beanilful pin urea for
her home. HrldRo waa enjoyed
' by the Kunata durlim the after-
. noon, 1 1 lot h aeore went lo .Mm.
William Ha u niters. .
' Thoae prim n I wera: Moadamea
II. A.'rlpriiaue, Loilla Bradford.
Ilobert rllnau, K. M. Ilubb, Mar
, ' Ion IHrnea, (ieorittf Maaon, WIN
' TTnm fli'iimlerij L. flrowne, riyde
Thompaon, C.uy Mauiilnc. W. J.
StuiduieU, J, I. Iliardl Karl
Templar. ItmliTlrk Bmlth, Ken
neth Hmlih, Vhior rainier, Mlaa
Maraaret Mnaulro. and thn honor
xuixl. Mm. Kkllllnrlcin.
3f, t if
HlltTllllAV IIOMtl(KI)
WITH 8t Itl'KISK
Mra. Karln Carlnon u hnn
orod with a aurpriae party Haiur
. day eveiilnn at her home when n
number of her frlenda rnmpll'
menled her birthday. Muaio wna
enjoyed thrntiKhoiit tho evenlnc,
and aetreral dnllKhtfu! numbera
woro auni: by V, Hwenaon, oeal
lat. Mra. Carlnon received many
lovely Rlfta. Itefreahmenta were
served at tho tloao of the eto
nlnr. Tho Kuoeta Woro: Mvaars. and
Moadamea Jonaa Waldin, Pave
Reinaldaon I'earaon, K. I.uncren.
. I.. W. Nelaon, Julia Rrlrkann,
, Mra. Anna lleriberg, Mlaa Hilda
Bwanann, Moaara. I.. Hcdlund,
I'elo Waldin, Oln Woatlln, Olxot
Went man, Kd Andcrnnn, , tiwun
Hwanaiin, I'otn Hwennnn, Wllllnm
KJodol, Krlc Oker,' llonnlng Sea
born, and Iho (ueat ot honor, f
Sf, If. AJt
niiinoK Aovoiim'
KAHTKRN il K.MT ,
" Coropllnientltia Mm. Josephine
ifM.ihoney of IMilnliurah, I'cnn.,
Mm. Charlea Riley, her aimer,
wna hoaleaa Tuendny nfternoon at
a hrldKn lunrhonn at hor homo.
Two lablea nf hrldxo wore In
piny during Iho afternoon, nt the
. dodo of which dainty refresh
ments woro aerved. IIic.li acorn
(, wout (n Mra. O. W. Iloborlann,
'and connolnllun lo .Mrs. Fred
Ilouaton. .
Tha guenta' bonorlnit' Iho cnt
ern vtailora worn: Moadamea fl.
C. Iorcui, David R. Vandonjierc,
' O. W. ItobertHOn, Fred Houston,
C, 0. Cmnd, M Ins Murgornl Ma
aulre. the RUCKt of honor and
, i the hosloiw. ,
ci.rns '.AM) UIIWKS
, Mrs. Jnmoa DrlHcnll and Mrs.
Fred Houmon woro Joint hnatus
' tea Tnoaday nflomoon' to tho
mombars of thn Ht. Mary's Allnr
Society, at Iho Prlscoll home. A
regular bnnlnean nienllni was held
and pl ins woro rompleiod for tha
, , annual baiaar (o be bold Novem
ber 18 and 19 In the Loomls
- biitTdinit. ' At Iho clone of. the
aftarnoon refresh nlwi is we're
served lo 20 momliem.
Ilallln Kendall. W. V.'. Boulhwell.
M. Ilurebelt, J. K. Anuln. J. N. :
(luthrle. J. V. Ilomml, W. W, j
Floyd, K. lllftKlnaon, 8. 'Weal full, '
9. It. Uorry, V. L. Lewla, F. Hill
Hunter,' V. L. Womntt,
J.
Courleay boateaa fur I lie utter- la nieellna of tho Kliinath County
noon will be Mis. K. fl. l"iko. Music Teachers Aaaoclutlon. Mrs.
The evouliift dais of ihe net-;t A. Ikndoraon waa in charge
phlnna wllh Mrs. Ilaihrl Sola- i of Hie proa ram which waa about
mon, leudor. will meet Thursday 1 1'rlm.ltlvo Mualc and Primitive
E. Cjevotiliift at 7:3d at Iho borne of. Musical InntTitnicnt.
Webb, Mrs. Oliver Splker. at S7 Waih-1. . . .
J. A. I-evch. r. V. Ilechtol. K. J. ! hiKton atreot. I The .Mills Addition P.-T. A.)
Templar, W. (1. Comings. II. 8.1 " , ! held a miscellaneous abower In'
Wood, I). A. Kenyon, J. tiyabera, i The Initial meetliiK of Iho pro- the auditorium 'of the school
F. Hrhillll. K. Kinllh, A. U. Flan-i arhool child mudv irrouo.of A.ibulldlns Frldav ereiiina. for the
larv 1,. PhelDS. N. Waht. II. I.leb-' A II W. will meel at Ihe home ' nurnnae nt rnlvlnr (uniU for nlav
tenalerifT K. Newman, K. Hmltb.
M. llammel. II. R. Momyer. J. C.
Qlthier, W. fitelnmtti. K. II. Ilal-
sli-r, J. Yadon, T.. U. Bkllllnc-1 wore Meulamea Clen Lnrent
Ion, 0. T. Casper. Tho Mimes
Ardelln. Yadou, Dorothy Skllllnit-' K. Heweuse. !. Towcy, W. J.
ton, (Mrgjby Templar, Muritarct Her I rum Jue Shirk, W. II. Me
Templar, Joyce Loech, Patricia j Pherren, Corcoran, Mlsi MarKaret
Newman, Runlco I.lehtenstorn.i Mnitulro.
Jennie Uration. and lionuld (lys-li '
hers. Donald Ili'chlel, and llubn , ' AMI' KlltK (iMll.H
of Mra. T. 1). Cove nt 61.1 Wash-1 ground equipment and picture
ngioti, Friday 'ilteriinnn nt 2: 30. ! for the new five-room addition
" I to the building. An interesting
,W I program wna given after wiflcb
II. Robertson, H. A. Sprague, It. i Hchi rufrrshmenla were aerved.
A I raariTaf vt wtaVm. f w mst,tM I
ll , .."til xli. I I I I H Ul IXI h 1 IhU ,y 1 I
uSt , ... Fashionedil today .d monday .
-T -aatsl I ( -.'l . I .1 I ,1.1. sT JP1 W-SA V A TVsTil f
i tl BXt m i ,,,.. hMmi, ... .
P. 'I'll I . 3i I all You must meet krt SFNOBITA . NX I
y) wmm LLLiCTniiX ssBasi.ssB It .1 I Ji v nu .wppou win, ino cnarin f i
l .. - ' rMh i ..." v "Senorita"
i K-mi .',: - ..... : ' ;- -
I lS f t if . I Cii 1 1 I lllifla Ultl ol f IV t s (A a. rit I
, v'$l ' Continuoua Show Today Starting t Itl5 ' ' .
I ' .jik -jtT l( AT THE LIBERTY
J ij TODAY and MONDAY 'yZ
1 XI . AW Wa. M B sm v at m
in
Rarely are style and service, more
smartly combined than in this
Munsirig Hose.
Rlrhter.
The next mealing will lie held
at the home of .Mm. II. B. Wood
la Algoma. November 9.
KXTF.RTAIN' AT .
(Jt AII. DIN.VKIt
Dr. and Mm. R. Dlelache were.
nun sua numena uoanny eToiiina V(,.fl aerved
ai a quat uiuner ni ineirai
tractlve home on Jeffernou aireet.
Covers wore laid for '.Mrs. J.ury
real, Hulcno Dennis Ilreltouatelii.
Dr. Caratrns.and son, who arc
Tisiiina ncra irnm i uriinnu, it.
i. w, real, niiiuey i-eai, apo
the hnst and hosteaa.
Invitnlluna have been laaued
by Dr. and Mra. Dlelache for
n dancing parly on Monday eve-i.'ng.
MRS. I.IC'FT
IIOKTKNS AT ItlNMOR
Mrs. I.ury Teat entertntned at
her home on Mulroao laat night
with n charming dinner parly.
Itouiiut'ts of autumn flowers were
used a, the. centerpiece for tho
dinner tnble ind throughout tlir
rooms.
(iorera wero laid for Mr. and
Mra. K. J. Murray. Mis Grace
E. Conbov, Holenn Dennis llrell
ensleln. Kidney Peut, Dr. L. W.
Peat, and thn hostess.
AJt AJt JK
MIKS KVI'XYX'APIM.KOATK
llOXORF.D WITH l.LNCIII'.OX
Complimenting Mlaa Kvslya
Applegato the Falrvlew teachers
wero hnslmsea Tuesday noon at
a delightful luncheon. Miss
Applegalo relnlad her experiences
during tho summer at Columbia
University. 1
Those present woro' Moadainu J
Ollmalin. Frieda F.llls. Rena Tlug.
lev. F-hha Dennett, tho MIhhos!
(ir&ce Myers, Klla Callnhiin, Kd
na Urown and the guoat of "lion
or. Miss APPlegato.
Sfi 3f !( -
F.X(;iKMl:r ANMirXCF.D,
VrJaTKMO.lV Al-TKRXOON
Miss Helen llnrnu. dnughler of:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hornn of!
Pino . Itldgo. announced hor nn- J
gngemont yeatorday afternoon to,
Mr. aud John Itonmaon. rneir
marrlnga will be an evnnt of
November. ' , I
Miss Hornn la tt teachor all
Chlloquln, and taughl achnol nt
Fremont last year. Hhe has many!
friends In Ibis city.
'AJt 9f . tfi
HOTI.il. KVKX1XO
VT CIII'RCH
- A. chicken dinner wiui aerved
nt tho Presbyterlnn church Thurs
dny evonlng to tho youniter mem
bors of the church. ' After .tho
dinner a social evonlng was en
joyed, i Aboni 4li guestK were
present. The hoalesses for the
evening wero Mrs. Theoduro cr.j
and Mrs. A. It. Dixon.
3ft if, ' 3ft . I
1IKXKKIT flltllMJe: '
HOLD llI.UWKFX PARTY
Lui.t Salnrduy evening Ihe
Preabylerlan church parlor waa
the acene of a charming Hallo-,
wren puny when tho Aueya
Camp Fire lrls group held a
social evening. Twenty-four girls
wero preaeut and at the close 'of
the evening dainty refreshments
LEARN TO DANCE
From a Known Teacher!
Dorothy Baker
School of .Dancing
Bntl Room anil Stage
' Lessons Any Time By .
Appointment
1111 Main St.
Phone 1450
Opal Mauve
' . Nude
Aloma
$i66
n p"r
aWJjWafta I
Shell Gray
Variety
Grain
Ncvor before, we believe, has there lien a fall fashion
ed stocking offered at sad' a remarkable price. Ycu'll
find Mnnslng quality throughout. Silk' well over knee.
' . - . . i.
sTuklc clinging, rcenforccd beel and .toe in a wide
ranco of colors; those featured liero are only a few
A tbo many shades to. mutxr, every coatnme.
LON CHANEY' in
"FLESH and BLOOD"
-with " " " '
XOAH BEERY, EDITH ROBERTS and
JACK MULHALL .
A powerful drama of a fither's sacrifice!
i
"A HALF PINT HERO"'"
and
FOX ;;
NEWS REEL
Cor.linuous Show Today Starting at 1:15 '
J . t ' ' 'I
Don't Forget ANY SEAT- ANY TIME 20c
Try News Classified Ads for Results
a b w tain:. iwvri if fi?t J i i
mk-Mmmmsm
i f&Kiirm'mMi nwM mW ivNew
SfflV-1'r JtMri WW"
ii or D.aii...j'n;i.i. m ii si sssr
tta I VWmT A'V. . W
Jit M&Zvl U J
IW. Browncolf WZZlm
V 17 Velours . nIWiu" 1
.'assgr
Clt.w a -jX. ,TT.- SCI 'v ' TIv'-sif.r-V-?sriJ 'X'i .i a si , - ' " .
From
high class
York
creatons come
these marvelous
- i .
New Winter
GOATS
$19.85
0, Interest to Every
.Woman . :
.'anblonulily cirrect In cvury ImatiDiaVy detail turn a leaf In
.my ra.ihii.n boob and make u eomparlaon, then you'll agree
A-ltlt us that they uro atylex. mulcrlals and orlces which are ei-
ueedlhgly populnr. . . . . . - .. "
.I'otlcc the iliufltrntionn how cluverlv fur Ir. used on nearly every -
i.oitinn of the coal hi.' used to carry out straight lines which
are eo much in vogiio this season from the cellar to the Wamt- r-
1 line down the entire front and nit very ,urcely finished . with
flares, iliar.onul lino and novel pockeis. .1
Consult the ready-tr-wear department for stylo accuracy. Theao 1
garments were personally aclected by- our buynrr .who hna had
arvouteeti yeara oxporlenco huying wearing apparel for tho worn- ,
en nf this county. .Step In today models gladly shown without.
t nbllKiiilcu.
Broadtail
1 Lustre Boliva
Browncolf
' Velours
1
iJfc'jsii-Vy.T''? .T-'i'. ws -vs, -jv . - . ' TTjTsfl,i,. , s
"1 M1M n
7. -' - tr v , mMU .u i f ; a,
Mil VJ' i
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XL V" i III I ' Ji '
mm
Hardly
could the
original be,
distinguished
from these
New Silk
FROCKS
$1935
The Season's 'Accepted
Fashions
C1Q OC.euys a dress suitoblc for tho heat of occasions. The
nnmorous models shown offers the discriminating
dresser a wide range to choose from'. Silk of every description:
trimmings of many kinds; two-piece effects: aldo flares: new neck-
; linos these are Inst a few of the many details which makd this
. ; group at I19.SS ac very .papular. Fall and Winter models thin
season have token on an air of youth which seems to contradict
all former models a cheerful atmosphere seems to Do wrapped
1 around each gir..:nt-Muoy are distthcUvo; fascinating and attrac
tlve frocks that sell elsewhere at a much .higher figure, Everv
i . - . 'dress Is; a perferKjrpresentntion of style.-'. ' . ' '
Flared Skirts
KLAMMi
Neil) Netklines
Two-Piece Effects
Novel Materials
Mrs. V. II. Jtobertsoni Mm. I
U'nrcoinn and Mrs. t'hnrlea Itlloy
IXVlTATIONH IMSIF.D j presided asjiosteasea Weilbnsdnyi
HV MIMM Klill.MN'tiTOX afternoon lit a benefit hrlilgo for'
Invltntlons hive been Issued by,; Iho Sacred Ifcnif church ut the
At the Hotels
'.Miss Dorothy Hkilllnutun for a
Halloween party to ho held at
hnr charming homo on Tenth
, atroet, Friday evening, Octohor
18. . Tho guests are to bo dressed
in costumes
V ' ' i "' : v
homo of Mrs. Itlnsy.' Ten tiililc
of brldgu wore in play'lhroughonl
tho nflnrnoon, at the close of,
jvhlch dainty rnfreshincnta worn
served by thn hostess. .
Those hnvlng tables and miosis
WlI.l.AHD John M
Portland: V. h. unaiiff. flontlle,
M. F. Swift, Portlnnd; ' M. J
flunsky and family, tan Fran-
Unriiett, Koberl f. tllse, Port
lnnd: K. O. Bailee. Kan Francisco
Wm. Hunt, SaerHmentn: A. It.
llrowu. Portland: Alex. F. Hcn-
Krog. ley mid wife, nurns. C. H. Duhl.
Tyal Valley: Mr. and Mrs. Hnle:i
Nile. Salem. Charles Kelley and , SEEK NEW TRIAL
wire, Hollywood, cant: a. tiouier,
and wife. Seattle; J. C. .Gilbert
Seattle: Wm. Wagner. San Lean-;
dm; F. J. Cook. Mertford. Wm.
tobsolvlng her from guilt. I Jl'XKKItS ri.AXK IIKADT
OF MDC fjCCl rp " waa rairicaa lesuuiuny anu NBW YOIIK, Uil.. ii. IAV)
VL ,ha' of ,'""n 'rascr that ebn- The Junkers, nlrpluno D-123t.,
,1,1,..,. n . ,'pD, ; vlcted' Mra. Cassler ,o( plotting, flying from tiermany to New '
v...v.v.v. . to kill William I.lmlKlrnm for a.
1'ni.llHiiil: it. P. KilwnriU Tiii-ouin. son. Mudford. Mr.' and Mrs. It
E. It. Jensen, Tacoma: W. E. ' imrnslde, Portland, R. I). Seraon.
rlsco; tleorgo Powell, San Frnn-wPnl Freeman. Redding; Hen E. -"eniora; u. u. ueiiua. v nummii.
Cisco; I.. K. Sutter, J. M. John- j Whlsenad, Hock Springs Wyo.
son, F. M, Cndwell, John Clolden o. I, llrown, rortlnnil
York, vln tho Atores and New
Sbepcrd, Medford: J. V. Thomp-" AttoVneya for Mra. Catherine Jl.oon Iqjurani'e policy which lie , Koundland. is expected to hop bff
Cassler., who Is sentenced to carrion. j "us soon as possible In the,
hang Friday for murder, wero! ;' ' " . , . k.. , ,. r" , : morning for Harbor Crace.'TJr.
expected to ask for a new trial A (ve turt0 on whose shell E': H- euh,cn' w'10 represents; lbs
next week on tho basis of an;wa. curved the date ISIS was flyers In this country, wan "Mi
ll. W. iFor results use New Class Ads. I affidavit signed by Loren Patrick . found secontlv In Connecticut. i fled tonight In a cablegram..! ' .
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