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PLAYS AND PLAYERS.
SOCIETIES OF KLAMATH FALLS
A.O. I’. W — Linkville Lodge No. HO
It Is rumore«) that K II. Sothcrn and
meets in the A.O. I’. W. ball every
Julia Marlow«' will not star jointly Tuesday
evening. Visiting Brothers Al
ueit seuaori but will be Individual ways welcome.
J. bn Vaden, M. W.
stars in their own companies.
J. W. Siemens, Recorder.
THE HALL OF FAME.
"Mrs Wiggs of tbe Cabbage Patch"
Evangeline L«x)ge No. ss Degre«* of
is keeping lontion « hi the broad grin.
John Wauauiaker of Pblliidelphla bus What lessen« the value of this tribute Honor lodge meet» in the A. «>. I'. W.
hall every second and fourth Thursdavs
Incorporated his «h'partment store to Its humor is the fact that they still in the month. Nancy N. White, C. of H
business with a capitalisation of $7
Jesse Marple. Recorder,
think Punch fuuuy over there.
W. 0. W. Eaauna Camp, No. 799, W
Ernest Shipman, the manager of
James Ileury Young was recently ar- Herbert Kelc'y ami Effie Shannon, O. W , meets every Tuesday eveilini
r«wted in New York for spanking his who an*
7:30o'clock at Sanderson's hall. Al
appearing in Georg«* Bernard at
mother-ln law when she interfcred with Kba w s
play ‘'Widowers' Houses."
C. K. Brandenburg, Clerk.
his domestic affairs
wants tbe author to change tbe name
A, F. A A '1
Klamath 1 dge \ >
Patrick Coffey of 8a«*ramento and bls to "Tainted Money."
77. Meets Saturday evening on or la*
sister, Mrs. Allee Gibbons of Spring
Novelty Is tbe thing. In order to fore the full moon of each month in the
field. O., hav«» twen reunited In th«' lat
create a stronger amusement appetite.
Hall. W. T. Nhive, W. M.
ter city after a separation of seventy- It is proposed In New York at one Masonic
W. E. Bowdoin, Secretary.
one years. They separated In Ireland theater this summer to set th«' scenes
O. K. **.—Aloha Chapter No.61, nieets
on the stag«* without lowering the cur
the Masonic hall « very second and
Mr and Mrs G«*orgv W. Graut of tain. Curiosity is expected to do the in
I ’itrth Tuesday evenings tn sack rncntli.
Oakfield. Me . have bud a family of rest.
Christine Munlocb, W. M. Jennie E.
twenty children, of whom fift«*en are
living. They call fl»' family "Graut’s
I. O. O. F.—Klamath Lodge No. 137
army” in tbt* town, Mr. tirant is a
fill her i la. e in London. Miss Snyder meets every Satuniav evening in the
has played in the English city and is A. O. V. W. hall. W. H. North. N.G.
William E. Dow of Bath. Me.. |>os-
Geo. I.. Humphrey, Secretary.
«esses an old fashioned four octave somewhat of a favorite there. Besides,
she is not unlike Miss May in persona) , Ewanna Encampment No. 4t’*, I.O.O.F.
organ which can easily t>e carried by appearance.
Encampment meet, second ami fourth
on«' iienmi and which is op«*rat«M with
Margaret Illingtou is to appear in j Saturdavs in th«* month in th«*
a wooden foot pedal, l'lie organ is
A. <». V. W. hall. C. C. Brower, C. 1'.
over 100 years old. but the tone la still New York early next season In un I Geo. L. Humphrey, Scribe.
clear and sweet
Prosperity Rebekah Lodge No.
Patient" In her company will be
Frofessor Eugene Wambaugh of the Edith Ostler«*, on«* of tbe authors f the 1. O. O. F. meets in the A. O. V.
Harvard Law »«bool has l»eeu eagaged play, and Herbert Percy, who w. I t>e hall everv first and thud Thursdays in
the month. M.iry F.
by off government siuce early & leading man
Lorinda M. Sauber, Secretary.
March, compiling Information about
statute law affecting corporations. He
K. of P.— Klamath Lodge No. 9«i
meets in Sanderson's hail every Mon
is regarded as one of the gr«iatt*st au
Bert Bamber, C. C.
thorities in America on «‘onstltutlonal
John Y. Tipton, K. of R. and S.
The death notice of a dog which had
According to a Washington photog be«'n given the family name api>eared [ M. W. of A.—Lodge meets in the
rapher, wbo has taken pictures of all raeeutly in a Newark (N. J.) news A. O. V. W. hall every first and third
I Wednesday in the month.
tbe presidents from Grant to the pres paper
W. B. McLaughlin, Consul
Those who have wintered in Alaska
ent occupant of the White House.
W. A. Phelps, Clerk.
President Roosevelt is th« hardest of any that It is not tbe cold. but the woe
Foresters of America— Fwauna Camp,
the lot to pose. It seems to be a posi Quito, that is the hardest thing to rn
' No. 61, meets in the A. O. V. W. hall
tive misery for him to alt in oue poei dure there
ttou for more than five seconds
Two men who claimed they bad a every ««x'ond and fourth Fridays in the
C. D. Willson, C. R.
G. A. K«*ssler. tbe New Yorker wbo mortgage on It carried a redbot stove month.
has bought Riverside, Bourne End. on from Mrs Johanna Benson’s laundry In
tbe Thames. wt>er» tbe Harvard crew Naw York and drove away.
Women ol Woodcraft, Fwauna Circle
trained last fall, will spend $150.000
In United States out of every ' No. 647, m«*ets every second ami fourth
tn renovating it For one thing, he will 10.(00 marriages there are 700 divorce*. ■ Friday in Sanderson’s hall.
Mrs. Ikiliie Virgil, G. N.
put tn 3,000 electric lights In tbe bouse In (Canada out of the same numt>er of
and grounds. Tbe mansion will be marriage» the divorces are but four.
Fraternal Order of Eagles meets
known hereafter as New York Ixidge
Tbe clock for the city ball in Phila everv Monday evening at S o’cha-k in
Although no one In Washington delphia Is tbe second largest In the A. O. V. W. Hall. Henry Boivin, W.
would dream of culling Senator Knox world Tbe dials are twenty-five feet : P., Otto Heidrich, S«.
“Phil," that Is tbe affectionate diminu each in diameter, which gives a dis
tive generally applied to him in Pitts tance of about a foot to be traversed
burg. when' be has lived for thirty by tbe end of the minute hand every
years. His Christian names are Phi minute
lander Chase, conferred upon him by
It seems that Theodore Roosevelt is
his parents as a mark of their respect not the first to give Oyster Bay presi
for Bishop Philander «’base.
dential distinction. George Washing
ton once spent two days there. The
house where be was entertained is still
In good condition and the furniture
The picture card business In Ger- I in tbe room be occupied has never been
General Job Work
many is handled at wholesale by about changed.
Oftce an.l Work»—Helman St. amt 6 .1' R R
Germany has dropped the experi
Manufacturer, of Pneumatk Sa* Ing E h -
ment of a juvenile court after the
gint. Saw Milla. Architectural Iron Work.
Iron. Kra„ and Kroate Caatinga
American model and will leave juve I Tbe Ple«l Bull .inn at Islington is said
niles to benevolent agencies.
to have been tbe first bouse in Eng
Eatimatea Inrmahed. Order, promptly filled
Nuremberg still has over 1.700 bouses land at which tobacco was smoked.
GEO. T. BALDWIN. AGENT
that were built before the seventeenth I About fifty years ago one out of
century and 3.537 built In tbe weven- I every 536 of the populatkrn of Great
teenth and eighteenth centuries.
Britain was Insane; now the proportion
After carefully studying New York, is one out of 285. tbe Increase being
London and Taris. Dr. Netjfield is out most marked In tbe last few years.
with an article In which he declares ! Tbe British war office has decide«!
that Berlin is nothing but an unkempt that al) books written by officers on
village full of unkempt people.
I full pay must receive war office sanc
The fact that tbe German govern tion before publication. Tbe chief of
ment In its efforts to develop good tbe genera) staff will be resjionBibJe for
horses actually maintains a racing sta the sanctioning of any such publica
ble is brought out by th« announce tions.
ment that an American jockey baa
In England tbe telephone apprentice »
been engaged to ride some of th* fOV- serves three years—in the shop, six
I months; with ex[>erieD<?ed Instrument
Hotter, three months; in switch room,
eighteen months; test room, three
THE TORT 01 S£.
months, and on instrument faults, six
I| is long lived.
Hally Lodge, In tbe outskirts of Lon
It has lived 200 years.
don, which was tbe home of the Baron- !
There are land tortoises
era Burdett-Coutts for eighty years, Is
r There are marsh or river tortoise«,
.^nd there are marine tortoises. or to be sold to tbe highest bidder by her
husband, wbo gave up his name and
took hers with tbe great property she
A tortoise can crop vegetables and bestowed on him. The estate may be
can bite very severely.
r-ot up Into small building lota.
Tbe tortoise has uo teeth, but Us
side jaws are bard and sharp
MODES OF THE MOMENT. i
Tbe tortoise shell of commerce is th*
horny plate covering tbe shield.
Among the new trimmings is colored
Though tbe tortoise is very slow of
embroidery <*ombined with white
movement it excavates a burrow with
or ecru lace
rapidity if danger approach««.
Bal) fringe is again fashionable, the
To catch a tortoise and retain it you
have only to turn it over on its back,
and it is quite powerless to move — St larger ones to trim sleev«-s and bodices.
Th«? new velveteen and taffeta silk
Jumpers are shown in ail the different
colors They quite make over a new
NEW YORK CITY.
Beautiful silk petticoats in plaids and
The New York city government ei-
roman stripes are shown with broderie
pends $1,016,000 each day.
Of tbe persons arrested for crimes In anglicise flounce in street and evening
New York city, 55 per cent are of for shades.
Ixmg silk gloves come in pale pink,
and other colors, but black,
New York city has provided new flat
houses for 586,000 tenants during tbe wbite and all the shades of brown are
the most fashionable.
last five years.
Tbe plain linen turnover collars edged
An equal division of tbe water used
dally In New York city give? eacb in with narrow fluted ruffle in different
habitant forty-nine times hia own <x»lors are jaipular. particularly when
th«’ tiny bow matches in color the
little ruffle.—New York Press.
New York city bas 3,115 acres of
land in cemeteries—enough to bury lb*
«lend of the city for 150 years at tbo
present death rate.
What baa become of the old faah-
I ioned oxen with brass knobs on tbelr
What has beoome of the old funb-
Federal law makes fine distinctions
between “straight” whiskies and iomsj g‘rl graduate who wore an over
“blended goods," but th«? expert is not dross looped up with pink roses?
What has beconie of tlie old fash- I
born who can distinguish them by
I ioned person wbo. when a child was
their jags.-Detroit News.
Prices are a higher level than they christened, asktsl, "What will you call
have ls-en for seventeen years, accord- I her for -bort?”
*ng to the bureau of labor. We are
What has become of the old fash
glad to know they are on the level, ioned man wbo tried to reduce bls
laundry bill by tucking a handkerchief
even if it Is higher.—Chicago Journal
A society to spread the “principles of I around his collar?
W1 nil has heroin«* of tin* old fash-
real social courtesy" has I h ' cii formed
in Now York. Gotham Is to be con ! ioned dentist who tol<1 every woman
gratulated upon recognizing tbe need he ptoled ti-eth for that hers were the
of such an organized movement.—Bal linrflcfit he «ver pulled? Atchison
the popular verdict of our
Mr. Business Man, you
will do well to try the Republican
columns« as it is read by practically
everyone in this city. Get in the ^ame
fill lc 1 11(1
ASHLAND IRON WORKS
ENGINEERS. FOUNDERS and
Cemetery Goods ■
H. BOIVIN, the Plumber, Agent,
Ala*««* Fall». Or» fa
Buy Lots in Mills’ Addition
Just East of the Depot
FOR A LOT 50x120 FEET
Can you find a better investment in the city? You are
paying the present value price and will thus secure
the benefit of the increase
FRANK IRA WHITE