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MUNDAY, NKITEMUKR 1M. Itti I
THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
DRUSSHS NOW I HUGt HOSPITM
(Continued from I’ags 1)
P f interest T o
The following clipping from a
Washington (D. V.) paper brings to
hundred beds tilted up for soldiers lu 1 light another cu«e like that of W.
her o»u mausiou
Provision has ‘Flank Arant, removed from the
HV MARGARET MAHON
teeu made in one plsi-e and another ', superlntendency of ('rater Lake Na-
for 60,Odd wounded.'' Miss Fludlay, Itlounl Park by the federal marshal.
(Wrtlteu for the United l‘resa)
who has uiany luflueutlal friends in ' >>n orders from the department ot the
.strap, where It 1« caught with a
dancing followed supper. The list In- land. Grace Hoagland, Elizabeth Mau- the city, waa permitted to make a ‘ Interior. Arant refuaed to resign, A patriotic tulas la this.
Who sobs with tearful sigh.
gleaniiug Jet orusiuent It la a per
eluded Mr aud Mrs. Wesley O Smith, ning ’’Jill ttamber. Josephine Mur- lour of the Hospital de Saint Joan, 1 bolding that he was a civil service
the largest of the llruMola hospitals, 1 appolutue. and could not be removed They're dylug for their cause abroad; fect dancing frock.
Mr. and Mrs E. R Realties. Mr. and ray, .darie Rambo; Masters Robert
I would II might be I;
Another sluuntug afUruuou gowu
Mrs. Georg» Noland, Mr and Mrs. Turner, Herman Foster, Wlll Prouty, and also ot the lotuvaln hispltal, ) utiles« charges had beett filed against
v here Dr l-eou Saroleo. brother ot him. and he had been given a chance My gray hairs ure quite cause enough on these llh>*e Is of eofteet black • bit-
Robert A. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cyril Beuson, Tom Rathbone. Kenet h
the author of the tnu|'h discuaoed to answer them.
That I should wish to dyv "
ton velvet with a baud ot el uuk
ward J. Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murray. James Murray, Wlll Weeks.
on the Auglo-Ueriuau problem,
around the but lout of the skirt ouk-
11 Mills. Mr and Mrs. Herbert D. Clarence Montgomery, Paul Hilton.
Arant's stand was «iso lakeu by the
NKW YORK. Sept l.'<
If we are1 lining the rather high round threat
Gale. Mr. and Mrs.Frank Stone. Judge Alfred» I'eiereteiuer. Janie« Manning, is tn charge She talked with some o! Civil Service Commission und the Na
I lite soldiers, and heard many vivid
nut guiug to be allowed to "dye" ever au(j tiulxhlng the long, tight, « t-tu
and Mrs. George T. Baldwin, Mrs. Nelson Hall. John Butler.
(Ion Civil Service Commission
tiurative« of the lighting arouud I.lege
here on account of
|n »tarljing relief ag. inst
A splendid evening was spent by Nellie McGowen. Mrs F Zlm Bald-
The ellppiug follows
from tlieir owu lips
lines »t the plain, back
the members of Aloha Chapter, Order win, Charles F Stone. 1km J Zuui-
The removal of Samuel T. Kalbfus
A new social club came lulu «xiat-
"The belglau soldiers spoke with
Is certainly lu for a black velvet background la a three
of the Eastern Star, and friends and wait. Duncan H Campbell and Chas
¡ence Thursday afternoon, when eight great ludlguation of the conduct of
visitors Tuesday evening, when Miss Baldwin.
uudye- lnch wide girdle of dull gold gali.ion,
jwomeu met at the home of Mrs, Louis Hie Germans iu bayvuetllug Belgian of Columbia wag Illegal and void, and
Maude Baldwin entertained a num
lug hatred among luicrusted with alleged rainbow tinted
Gerber ou High street, and organised wounded," said Miss Fludlay. Due
American charmer* ' jewels. Au arllstlc effect truly, and
ber of guests at the Baldwin hotel.
F Ziiu Baldwin left this morning tbe "Fortnightly Club." This organ
soldier told he he had uot believed cessor a mere utility, according to the
than even already we|| g| fOr « Princes* In a fairy iale
The affair was given in honor of Mrs. tor Lakeview, after a short visit lierqf
izatiou will meet on alternate Thure- the Germans c«|Xble ot thia, but had
Nellie McGowan, the Grand Worthy Mrs. Baida in will remain for several
ha« been meted out
-pj,, «wsgger little troltour frocks
jdays, and play auction bridge Mrs witnessed their barbarity with his peals Just rendered
Matron of the Eastern Star for Ore days.
to him A aliortage
«rge and aatlu are very allunug
E. R. Rea iocs is president. Mrs. J C. own eyes He was one of a party of
gon. who came in that night to in
th»lr long, loose |>lalu tunha of
Brockenbrough secretary, and the ISO who had been surrounded by ¡office had never been vacant, and In
spect the local chapter. Following
will have us all the serge lu either sreen, navy ulna
About the biggest item of interest other members are Mra. Gerber,
Mrs Germans at Waremine, quite near
the meeting at the Masonic hall, the to the women of this city Is the an
running «round or blaek over loug sleeved gull ipea
i never beeu out of Ills uttlee. but. In
Fred J. Williams, Mre. Silas Obeu- to Liege.
guests repaired to the Hotel Baldwin, nouncement Just received that the
liMiklug like little
skirts of black satin with < uffa
Ithaiu, Mra. Charles 8. Moore. Mrs. 1, j "A small Uelgiau force found liseli
where a delicious luncheon was Women's Library Club of thia city has
white sisters, white aulj rulllni colism of starched white
Illegally excluded from II."
F Willets and Mrs. E. W. Gowen.
-uddeuly confronted by a large body
served, and talks made by several. been received aa a member of the Na
white |(nen or pique, or sheer soft on* . of
of Germans, and when the order was I Declaring mundamiis to be the most
At the conclusion of thia, dancing and tional Federation of Women's Clubs,
hopes Add to this |awn, they are tho pereoolffratioa nt
given to retire this company of 110
the cheering news rn|,. simplicity and ueatueM
cards were enjoyed until a late hour the nation-wide organization which is
This -man was fun to his rights, the court direct«
Miss Cornelia Marvin, the state ineu was cut off
that there Is a
The lobby of the hotel was tastefully making itself felt in all lines of pub
Home of the girdles of satin or
Manges^ r\wen «borage In the raw braid-bound serge that wrap around
decorated for the occasion, flowers, lic work. With its reception into the I librarian, is expe< tqd iu a few days wounded, aud ilia leg »u broken As
be lay on the ground ho saw the Ger |of the District supreme court be re materials to make up men's hats, aud the figure and tie back like a 'ash,
colored lights and bells being used in national organization, the local club ' from Salem.
bayonettlng his comrades who versed and the cause remanded for that a movemsnt is on among New while «there boast balls of Irathi r.
obtaining an entrancing effect. At Is planning to broaden the scope of
i further proceedings
Orleans women to wear only cotton
tending were Mr. and Mrs. E. R. , its work. Hereafter, besides the gen
Many of the tunics have chair
Th« first meeting of the Friday Pel- had fallen He heard his command
Justice Barnard held that the com- cloth aud taboo the i-xiienalvs silks
Reamee, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Willets, eral work, there will be a number of |ieau Club this seasou was held at the
and cut-out ueck and arm boles
ailssloners had dlscretlou as to the re and woolen fabrics, und you can Im
Mr. and Mrs E. B. Henry, Mrs Hen I social departments, holding separate sun pallor ot the White Pelican hotel v ounded men. but this was iguored
bound in black silk braid, and In fact
moval of a member of the board, and agine the pretty state of Dame Fash
ry L. Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle O. meetings under the following leaders: Friday afternoon, Mrs J. C. Brocken- The officer himself was shot. When
most of these sensible little frocks
I bavins acted within tliat discretion, ion's plans for ihe autumn seasou
Mills, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Van Riper, Home science, Mrs C. V. Fisher; brough being hostess to two
the tailored suits of serge and
the court would tt«t review the action j After due cognizance of some ot
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin, Mr. and legislation. Miss Eola Hawkins; art. with the lollowing guests. Hampton. soldier was lifted to IBs horse by some
garbadlne are upbraided and down-
Justice Robb sustains the confer»- I the early fall models now adorning braided without end
Mrs George J. Walton, Mr and Mrs. Mre. Robert E. Wattenburg. The de- Schallock. Mrs. Thomas F. Elbert B. comrades who were escaping, and six
lion of Attorney Frauk J Hogan for' masculine brows, however, a short-
William A. Delzell, Mr. and Mrs. luirtnients of literature and library Mrs. Earl WhiUock, lira.
Collar, cuff and veatee ante of flesh
Gus A, of them -the sole survivors of 13»
the aaslatant u-s.-aaor that the oath of |
|n that direction seems, pnrfenp«. color satin and charmeuee aro,among
galloped back to the fort.
Oscar Peyton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles extension work will be taken up by ¡Hall, Mrs English, Mrs
Chitwood, Judge and Mrs. George T. the club as a unit. The club issues I Krause, Mrs. Louise G. Vau Bellen
"I saw at Louvain uh«- very pa ■offl.e taken before tbe tutseesor by |to be more welcomed than deplorhd.
the newest fancies, and also eels of
with what there is of the fashions plain white lawn finished on their
Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Will T. Lee. an invitation to all of tbe women in and Mr- Mary A. Jackson. Th« was thetic case. The niau was a Belgian on.- of hi» aaalstauts la valid
Mrs. Ida Fink. Mrs. George Hum. terested in its work or tn the work of prize, a beautiful cut glass dish, A advocate, who bad been shot by a it luvalid, the court suggests, the .orn- (, unnlng to the military, however, and edges with three rows of soutache
Mrs. M. E. Sargent, Miss Louise Sar iany of the departments to attend
»entry by mistake. The sentry called mlasioner having allowed Mr Kelb-iM|nMa militarism and royalty are an braid. on<- yellow, ono grseu and one
awarded to Mrs. Fred Schallock
gent, Miss Clara Elmer, Misa Lillian
to him to hall, and the advocate mis (us to serve under It tor many years |,||ied. It would be laeonalstent red.
dainty luncheon was served.
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Indeed if the royal linn didn't have
Stilts. Miss Louise Benson, Miss Elisa
Mr. and Mrs. Earl WhiUock and
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of took the command for pass, and went may not be hard Jo attack It.
Collar ruffs of niallne In any color
The right of the commissioners to , a bit of Influence on sartorial line« are very smart made of but a single
Stilts, Mrs. Worley, Mrs. Hiram F. i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schallock have de-
on. He waa instantly shot, and I was
The "Docena," an organization
remove a member of tbe board of as- Hence our old friend, the I’rinre» layer of the gausy stuff, the upimr
Murdoch, Mrs. Blackwood, Dr. and I parted for the primeval forests, in high school girls lor literary work told he was dying "
assessors »as curtailed, tbe'gown, la In our midst again.
Mrs. L. L. Truax, Mr. and Mrs. Austin ¡quest of venison in its natural condi and for social times, held its annual
half rearing well up about the »are
Miss Fiudlay elicited ftotu some ot
J. White, Earl B. Veghte, Miss Mc tion. They will return Wednesday. election ot officers this week, at a the men an account of their sensation court finds, by the act of 1902, pro-' But what a changer! Prlnreaa, In- «nd the lower one falling well below
hlbltllig removal ex. ept for causes ¡deed’ Of yore thia model was fitted tin» collar bone The bisecting line is
Curdy, Miss Nellie McGowen. Mr. snd
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business treating lield at the home of when fighting.
By this set notice und glove tight to a stiffly corseted hour- either a narrow band of fur or a band
Mrs. W. P. McMillan, Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Fred Melhase was hostess to . Miss Hortense Hogue. The Uew offi
"The worst moment.” said one, "is
The up-to-dntv Prln- of velvet ribbon the «atm shade a«
W. A. Leonard.
the leisure Hour Club at her home I cere are: President. Hortense Hogue: ' when you are lying, waiting and lla- I.caring before the tribunal charged | gifts» figure
villi tin duty ot a.-ording It and ot < ess lias hut four fteam«, and la worn.
_____ the tnaUns
on Klamath avenue Wednesday after vice president. Pearl Dow; Ball.
tenlng, and you hear the ceasel-ss
determining the Isati.« became requl- if not absolutely without corset«, at
Mrs. C. B. Coon, who has been vis -noon. and the usual enjoyable after ■ Mary Hughes; critic, Ruth
Lillie ba ml a of fur around the
Jarring noise of the mitrailleuse—that
iting relatives in Ashland for several noon of five hundred obtained, fol
were boat Is what tries the nerves the wait rite, the court holds, lo the exercise least with but a semblance of stays
throat, caught on one aide with a «In
weeks, has returned.
An aukio length flesh colored satin gle flower or a Jeweled clasp, are very
lowing which a luncheon was served.
Mr. aud Mrs. M. S. West
ing. Wbeu one is actually righting
Members of this organization are Mrs. and hostess to the Entre Nous Club one feels nothing one Just go«*s on
"The fact that lite conduit of aS four-seam Princess with uu sloeves quaint above an expanse of nude chest
The regular meeting of the Wo- A. R. Campbell, Mre. Thomas Hamp- Thursday night. They had as their
ottcial may have bwu the subject on and the uew square cut decollelte Is and are bound to make a hit, not only
men's Christian Temperance Union , ton. Mrs. E. B. Hall, Mias Jennie Har guests Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Darling.
inquiry.” says Justice llobb, "before |charmingly worn under a loooe man- with the fair net, but with the throat
waa held Tuesday afternoon at the ris. Mrs. G. A. Krause, Mrs. Maxwell Miss Ruth Saucerman and Albrecht
another tribunal dee-a uot relieve of'.tie effect of black chantilly hanging specialist and Just plain, ordinary
Christian church. At this meeting M. Long. Mrs. Henry Newnham, Mrs. ¡Oehler, in addition to the club mem-
Ila duty the tribunal charged by law dowu the back from each shoulder family practitioner
Itev. Mrs. Hammer, Rev. M. F. Childs O. W. Robertson. Mrs. Chas. I. Rob |bere. Dr and Mrs. Maxwell M Ixtng,
with according a hearing before re
and Elder 8. D. Harlan spoke. Rev. ertson, Mra. Fred Schallock, Mrs |Mr. and Mre. West, Mr. and Mrs. A.
wlll he taken In ili.- m.ittsr The- GAME TAUN Ml'BT
< hllda told of the encouraging work Bert E. Withrow, Mrs Whitlock, Mrs ; M.Worden. Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hogue.
III: t'HKD BY ALL
The commlsaionere claimed that it |offl<e of thè assr-seor «f thè Dlatrlcl le
elsewhere in the county. The next William Masten. Mrs Oscar E. Wil ¡Mrs. Geo. R. Hum. Miss Jennie Har
was unnecessary to try Kalbfua, aln« e luuder Commissionar New man'a per
meeting will be held October 13th at ley. Mrs Fred Melhase.
a committee of congreaa had found sonal eu|>ervlalon
Th« «tat» Dab and gstn« cuiumualuu
the borne ot Mrs. L. B. Kinuear.
Invitations have been issued for an
that lie had engaged in real eaxte
is calling attention to th« n«c«Mlty
Members of the younger society set entertainment at the borne of Mrs.
Speculation while a member of the <x>l NTi ME.2T IH U EM, IIEPRE-
for tagging all gam« during th« clo«»<l
With the European war at its of Klamath Falls were entertained C. C. Hogue Thursday afternoon, to
With the bouse crowded to toe board of asaeasors Without passing
HENTED AT THE BONANZA FAIR »««sou, owing to th« fact that failure
height, and the world still wondering Friday night by the Misses Marie be given by Mrs. Charles C. Hogue, doors, the Orpheus theater last night Jon the right of the present board of
.oil < lie llguc ui me |>ie«eui iwei u vl
i to have game so tagged may be taken
at the gallant stand made by the lit Rambo and Josephine Murray at the Mrs. Silas Obencbaln, Mrs Robert E.
_ ____ a_ s_ L—_ to review the finding
exhibited The Battle of Gettysburg, " ! commissioners
Il waau t «a big « delegation as “• evidence that It wm killed out ot
tle country agalnat the German hosts, home of Miss Rambo's mother. Mre Wattenburg and Mrs Karl G. Cum
the court de
de- went to Morrill that left hare Friday »«wson. Th« gameja bold to bo the
and never since the opening ot this ¡of
of their predecessors, tbe
'Belgium'' was an extremely timely H.M.Manning, on Conger avenue. Tbe mings. Cards will be the afternoon's
t lares it is
la certain they had uo power morning for Ronsnsa. out whoa tbe property of tho stdu.
play house has •« production received ' clares
study topic at Wednesday's meeting lawn was decorated with Chinese lan- • divereian.
the enthusiastic reception und com to review that finding without notice) Ofteen or mo*« autos, loaded with
The following provisions aro cotf-
of the Ewauna Literary Club, and terns and tbe youthful guests were
ment accorded this. The five reels to Mr. Kalbfus. This could no more booatora and band men bit the Clover talnod In the statute« regarding this;
much interest waa brought out during en masque. Dancing and games were
Preliminary plans for the next an-
are crowded with thrills and the In be done, the court suggests, than, Leaf City, tho natives realized full
(a)—Game or any portion thereof
the afternoon. The meeting was held indulged in by the merry ones, and ' nual bazaar of the I-adies Aid Soci
¡could the former board, after two well the rounty »eat waa with them, must be tagged In closed season with
st the home of Mrs. H. C. Chamber- numerous prizes were awarded to the ety of Grace M. E. church were dls-
ment to Lincoln's Gettysburg address,;years had elapsed, have reopened the The district fair being bold thore Is J a metal tag or seal, which has been
lain, and thore were present Mrs. successful ones in various contests. 1 cussed at the meeting of tbe organ
which ends the picture
case and reversed their finding with- I tho big attraction.
approved and which shell be supplied
Paul Bogardus, Mrs. George J. Wal At 10:30 refreshments were served ization at the home of Mrs. Stein
ul uotlce to him
The following muoicleus donned I by the stele boerd of tlsb and game
ton, Mrs. Bert Carl Thomas, Mrs. C. after which the festivities were con metz Thursday afternoon. The ba
"When tho ■*"'
------ their'uniforms, dug up Instruments and |commleeloeer«
P. Stewart and Mrs. John McLean.
tinued until all hours, when the happy zaar will be held December 4th and lug this an instructive as well as an;
Wlahsrd, A. Y. Tin-
tb) Imported gam« must be tag
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crowd dispersed for their homes. The 15th, and the women in charge thia entertainlng offering Tbe picture'order of removal," continues Justice ; trekked
Mrs. Philip J. Sinnott is expected .costumes worn and tbe characters year plan to eclipse sll of their previ will be shown for the last time to- Robb, "the relator was In th« actual Jail, Bud Beata, George Hutchinson,: gc-j ui>ou arrival
and ■* * legal * possession
his office. Cou- John
‘ of * *■'"
home this evening from a week’s visit represented ranged from the society ous efforts. The following heads of night.
(ci A penult Is required to raise
j dame of gay Paris to the cowboy of committees to take charge of differ- ( There was, perhaps, no more lu-; grexs having explicitly withdrawn B. Henry, George Mitchell, Lester game In captivity, and must be tag-
with relatives in Yreka.
the Western plains, while clowns and ent booths were named ThursdayCrested spectator In the theater than from the commissioners the power ot Terwilliger. Ralph Dewey and John 1 g^"befor7aoW*
fought with leinoval except for specified cause«. Stankey.
Members of the Bridge Club, their harlequins, nymphs and sprites were Candy, Mrs. C. V. Fisher; aprons I ' Col. M. G. Wilkins, who
(*11 — —
n t aggi gums In closed sea
. ,, , prli
which notice and hearing were essentia) ro-
husbands and a few invited guests numerous. Tbe occasion was one Mrs. Steinmetz: mothers' booth, Mrs. ¡ot,*ere !°r ,be
a rair without a band ls
la . In ..
the I ! son shall
be prims facie evidence that
W|t,1 a circus without a
were entertained Saturday evening by that will long be remembered by tbe H. Peltz; tea booth, Mrs. George J ,,a<* its northern invasion plans ' qulsite« to remove at all. Since their HBme
the same was taken unlawfully.
ao |lu, "ump-tas l” of the
Mias Maude Baldwin at the Hotel ¡participants. Those present were: Walton; waffle booth, Mrs. William , wrecked by this terrible three day
(f) —Game must bo tagged to lie
notiie and hearing. It necessarily fol klamath Falls musicians wlll ba
Baldwin. The early part of the even- Misses Erma Bamber, Meta Chastain. B. Barnes; doll and china booth, Mrs !"truggle. The Colonel was able to
shipped or kept tn any public place
after refreshments are served danc Karie Montgomery, Gladys Bamber. Skillington; fancy work booth, Mrs follow the course of the battle clear lows that their action constituted an greatly appreciated.
during open season as well as cloeed
exercise of power, and was
Tho good people of Bunauza have I season,
ing was devoted to bridge, and after Eleanor Dreahr, Flora Ward, Veva J. 8. Elliott. Other committees will ly, and he states that this is as near arbitrary
a perfect reproduction as it would be void."
long known their soil wlll rals« the
that refreshments were served and ¡Martin, Dorothy Martin, Feme Hoag- be named at the next meeting.
(g) - The price of game tags Is 5
August lb last Mr. Kalbfus received best of everything
I possible to make In motion pictures,
Now that they cents each.
a letter from the ocmmissloners offer have a chance to prove It to tbe real
allowing for the spectacular.
East. Fifty students were flunked CAM, OFF GERMAN
< h > • - Counterfeltlug or Immltatlon
him an opportunity to resign from of the county they have spared no ot tags ia punishable by line of not
AT UNIVERSITY out of tbe institution at the February
Those who are following "The the service of the District. He de pallia In getting together u highly 1 Issa than 2200 or more than 26.00
and June examinations.
EUGENE, Sept. 25—Yesterday, for
The school of music registration
LINCOLN, Neb., Sept. 25—German Perils of Pauline," the 226,000 movie clined, and on the next day the com- creditable display. Thia Is housed in
the flret time since the Stato Univer- exceeds 100 so far. The correspond- Day, the annual celebration of tbe|aer*a* al the Star, must attend to- raisHloners passed an order removing a big tent.
Another feature of the Bonanza
»Ity opened Its doors in September ence department last year enrolled German Americans, which fa attended night, as the present interesting epl- him and naming Edward W. Oyster
following unclaimed mali mig
as his successor
Mr. Kalbfus ac fair Is that the Foster Stock company. ,er The
advprilsedI on the i'eThTilaTof 's. p-
1276, the autumn enrollment of re«- 400, and thia year is offering sixty- by the sons of the fatherland from all sod*' wl*1 be shown tonight only
IiNonl ntiiHowta iinaoArl
7 il ft massV
I I wkt
»»o r»rs 9zx MOiKiYvna in Oraonn AVor \5zi2vnreo lr a /¡rtrt ns«4« »-0 •>.»». 1«»V.
'J'OIDOFIOW Tl i h t till* F OH ter SlOf'U
ideal students passed the 700 mark, r ight courses to persons in Oregon ¡over Nebraska and parts of neighbor-
*h.ICh '.‘"H " ,?'en,’A<’ r<”*ro!re- *o ;tember, will be sent to the dead let
Ihls number takes In only the campus who cannot come to the campus.
‘ ( Ing states, will not be held In Lincoln ‘ company will open a week's engage Isal order, but notified the authorities Induced to play there during the1 [er office at Washington, D. C., on
registration in liberal arts and sei-
The summer school enrollment this
year. At a meeting of the Ger- ment at tbe Star. The opening bill Is ¡that he claimed the office and stood week. Besides this, them will be an the loth day of Oetobur, 1914;
ences. It does not include even the year waa 200. The total In all depart- man-Amerlcan Alliance it was decided ,'Txinesome Trail." and among others ready to perform the functions of the all night dance for the festively In-1
Browne, R. H. (foreign)
registration in the school of music on ments for the 1914-15 year will ap- that owing to the gigantic struggle i to lie presented are "Brown's in office If not prevented. The proffer; dined, and tlia afternoon program In
the campus tuid the registration in proximate 2,000.
Germany is now engaged ir. It would ¡town" and "The Barrier.' There will to return to work was Ignored, and cludes rattes and a burking contest.
be no change In prices, uncl movies Mr. Kalbfus had recourse to the
law and medicine at Portland, nor in
---------------------------not be a suitable time to engage in a
Hopson la Here.
I wlll be shown between acts
correspondence and other depart KAISER CATCHES A
Koller. Mrs. Tom
It Is considered probable in view of
ments, which Is entirely separate.
COLD IN TRENCHP>i
Instead, the thousands of dollars
E. G. Hopson, supervising engineer
The campus gain, therefore, de
which would be expended in the three | War picture« more up to date than | the recent decision that Mr. Kalbfus ol the Pacific division of the reclama
llolse, Mrau Lena
spite the quiet condition In business j
days celebration will be sent to the ' the "Gettysburg" film are to be
tion r.< rvlce, came in Thursday by
Raleigh, J W
that is common to all states, will be ¡ports have been received that Kaiser fatherland, where It will be used for shown weekly at the Orpheus, begin- I has been excluded from tho office, nulo from the I’ltt River project. He I
Smith, F H.
fully one-eighth this year. The regis 'Wilhelm caught a severe cold while the support of the widows and or- ning at an early date, for Manager The court holds the office has never V. Ill I psnil u couple of days on the
Wineyard, Mra. H
tration of the 1913-14 college year ¡spending some time in the German Phans of tbe German soldiers.
I Tindall has made arrangomonts with been vacant, and that Mr. Kalbfus has Klmnalli project before going to
Wlllen, Mary E
did exceed 700, but not until Febru ¡trenches during tbe rain. According
For several years tbe Germans of the Strand theater In New York to been both In law and In fact a mem- Portland.
Walker, W. B.
to a dispatch from Geneva, his phy- Nebraska have annually celebrated furnish Him right from, where the I her of the board of aaalstant aaaeHft-
ary delegation came.
A charge of lc will be made on all
The gratifying enrollment increase siciaus are taking great care to pre German Day, spending the three days fight is on in Europe. The Strand is 'ore.
The II.... I River Apple snd Vlnognr lettera delivered from thia list. In
is attributed partly to tbe year of vent pneumonia as a result of the ex In social gatherings, listening to patri an English-controlled establishment,
Commissioner Newman waa inform company has added an evaporator nt calling for letters please say adver-
peace tbe State University lias had, a posure.
otic speeches, and the keeping alive and the war pictures are being taken ed of the Kalbfua decision by a re 1,000 pounds dally capacity.
year undisturbed by referendum or
of German customs and traditions at the front by English movie oper porter He declined to comment on
W. A. DEI.ZELL, P. M
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kilgore, well < Historical and floral parades have atore.
other agitation; but another contrib
It until he ha« seen a copy of.Justice
Anna Held, the French actress, re
uting cause Is the stiffening of stand-1 known residents of Lorella, left Fri played an Important part in the cele-
Robb's ruling. The commissioner said cently won 17,000 on a dream she had
The greater portion of the new Si.
ard, which has brought to Eugene day for Stockton, Calif., where they i brations.
Turkish rugs are largely made by that he would probably call a meeting , about a race horse.
Elisabeth hospital at lluksr will lie
many students who might otbeiwise will spend tbe winter. They are mak-
women and children, who are paid of the full board of District heads for
completed by the first of the jMar,
! the purpose of considering what ac- - Harald want ads bring results
have gone to California or to the Ing the trip in their car.
Today's nows la The Herald
from 6 cents to 26 cents a day.