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Incorporated November 28, iqqq
THE EVENING HERALD
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HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. 0. SMITH, Editor
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KLAMATH FALLS. TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 21. 1908
THE PASMORE MUSICAL TRIO
OCR rOIlTKlXD I.KTTKK.
The Cor:elou Cluli or ltiookln,
X. V . a represented In Portland
Siitnl hy n delegation ot one bun
dled ami tneno-flw1 of tin iii.inbors
The Cherry lair at, Salem last veok
van a Brest rurrmu. and many were
prenont fr'im Portland ami other
A contran (or $75,000 for the con
utrmtlon of the (ounilatlon ot "the
main building (or Slfl ft Co. to he
finished within ninety da, n let
The Asiona Regatta, with thirty
Hplemthl aquittlc events. In scheduled
for August ST. 2S and 29, and the
railroad have made n rate of a fare
and a ihlrJ for the round trip from
all Kilnta In the state
The Washington State Press Asso
elation enlujed one of their best on
nual conventions at Vanroitvur dur
ing three das of last ucek A trip
up the Columbia river, a trolley ride
to Portland and a banquet at Van
couver, witc among the features of
Judge Geo. T. Baldwin, vice pres
ident of the Oregon Development
League, aniilr. V. O. 8ralth, editor
ot the Klamath. Falls Rtenlng Herald
were In Portland Saturday as a spe
cial committee from the Klamath
Falls Chamber of Commerce to In
vite the Y.M.C.A. excursion party
which goes to Crater Lake August 7.
to arrange their Itinerary sp as to
Include a vUlt to Klamath Palls.
The colonist rates from all points
In the East to all points In Oregon
commence Pept. 1st and continue un
til Oct. 31st. Every commercial or
ganisation and every citizen of Ore
gon should begin to make these rates
the subject ot ertry letter that goes
out ot the state. The fare Is $30
from Missouri river points, St. Paul,
Duluth andJOjnlTJff f"rfi'""T
"Louis and $3S from Chicago, with
proportionate rates from every point
In the United States. J
No meeting was ever called In Ore
gon that has attracted the universal
enthusiasm that has been crested by
the Oregon Good Roads Conference,
which Is to be held in the Convention
Hall, th floor, ot the Portland Com
mercial club on Tuesday, Aug. 11th.
Ad effort will-bo made to call the
meeting to order promptly at 9:30
a. m., so that there may be a morn
ing, an afternoon and an evenlg ses
sion. The railroads have made a
rate of a fare and a third for the
round trip for this occasion. Delega
tus reprojentlug eery grange, the.
luiumenlal bodies, and the different i
counties to !" appointed by lhe
county Judges, are nlremU rvportlnK j
that the) will lie In "(out Kwi ed
llor In the state Is a delegate ut large '
as Is tin miior of ier illy, and ov
er) toillil) eoiumliwIoiuT A piusriim
Is being prepared, but out) effort
will liu liuule to get rid of Ioiik wind-
war ,fclPw fPHPu
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Hg J " ml'fHK " yf 3fsiw atrBaar 'gggggggLLat
In Concert at the 0)era House To-Niglit
explain fully the work of lhvrlasii
Dr. II. A. llerllilK" Iium Ihtii In
nnisliiil work all of his. life. Aftr
a good eleimntary training under
ed vpeeelioM rml lo gvt down to at- such men of national reputation as
t it it t work that will prodiuo n-ioills
A prnitlral age Indeed It U, and
woman Is contributing her full sharu
tr Its practicality, and Is showing
hirself fully caable of appreciating
the Importance of being entirely and
finely practical Proof of this tomes
In the storv of n rase t lint was re-
I Hoot. Odgeti. Leslie, HI run h aad V.tf
'erhurd, he later studied with l.'.'Cas-
ton llotlschalk, of Chlrugo, and Slg-'
nor Victoria Carpi ot Milan, Italy.
IIHVAN HAH MtDKTKN IIMUIINI.
lr un has made ten moid for
tin Kdlson Phonograph, of slatlllng
rliarness, force and ludlvlduallt)
Coin In and hea'r soinn of Ihrsv llri
sti rtfiird ut Mullers 3lf
set en )ears In Voice, and of Dr Lou
is I'alk and Frederick (Irani (llcou,
of Chicago, In Harmony, and Jolmiin
I'rerck lu Orehestratlfin. He has
taught 3 1 years, ami stands as one of
Msrrlsg Is th. ftul.
Awung inuny MtopU ut lb. world
trial uialilni;.N re I he aivptrd rut
low. Among tbr iltifl "msrrlsgr Is
couildrml uul) a trmjwrarjr ruu
vtnleocv, uut tiiiullug ou th. rlWs
fcrnla It was a case of life and America. He Is a llfo member of the . utn ... , ,;f ..roportloo of th.
death, having had his day in court, 'National Music Teachers - Aola-
cently before the goernor of Call-1 the foremost hiuslcul authorities In
Statement of Condition
Klamath County Bank
Klamath Fills, Oregon
DIC1MPIR 31, oo7
Loans ami DIbcouiiIh . $340,530 80
Kel Etatc, Bulldiniri nnd '
Flxturtoi 14,745 1a
Cult and Sight Exchange 6(i,2l7,Qg
CaplUI Stock, fully paid. . $100,00000
Surplus and Profit 21,753 II
Duo Othor BankH 32,OOo!94
I, Al.s Martin. Jr.. Cashier of th si. ,lllmrd
Unk, ilo solemnly swear that ll... K,i , , ,7,
mrnt I. irue lolhe be, of mv kiiow,j. ,,,', Z,
Al.r.A MAKIIN, J( t ,,icf
.Subscrlbe.1 ami iworn lo lfote n. u, i,,i, div
of January, Dais. "' "'
lM ., ai SnniiiiM
Notary Public fur i if, ,.,;(,
ALU MARTIN, JR.
LULU ROGERS .
Pioneer Bank of Klamath Batln
In fact several days In several courts, 'lion
for the case of murder lu which he'
was Involved had taken lis course
until here was only the executive be-1
tween him and Ihe gallows. He was
charged 'with having slain Sarah
I'rlce. This was Ihe situation when,
with Ihe day of execution less than
a week distant, Mrs. James !.nn vis
ited the govrnor. She presented her
plea, rf most wifely petition for the
commutation of the sentence, of her
husband, fde governor was moed.
"Your appeal has touched me," he
said to the pleading wife. "1 can see
thai you love your husband very
dearly." rhen the practicality of the
age showed Itself, and woman's full
appreciation of that practicality.
"No, governor." she said, "love baa
not any thing to do with It, I am
a practical and a truthful woman.
You see, Jim has his life Insured, and
I want that lite Insurance. If be Is
banged his policy will be void by lis
own terms. Send him to prison aud
let him die there, and I will got that
life Insurance. Do not let him b
banged, and thus have me cheated
out ol the money." Tne gorurnor
was merciful to'tbe'insurance' com
pany. He was also practical, as be
comes a governor In this age. Jim
Lynn was executed.
t'oaxert by Ibe'Paawimi .
HLMMKIt Ml'HIC HCIIOOL.
Ueglnniog In KUanatb Falls Jaly flBd
, Md etuMag Anost 11 lb.
The' opening meeting, Wednesday-
evening, July 22, Is FREE. The pub
lic is cordially Invited lo attend. Dr
R. A. Heritage, the Bummer School
Instructor, will sing a few uongs, and
CHAS. E. WORDEN'
The American Bank and Trust Co.
II.D.Hasmore, baritone; Miss Mary
Pasmore, violin; Miss Susanna Pas
more, piano, and Miss Dorothy Pas
more, cello, will appear al Ihe opera
bouse Tuesday evening,, . July :t.
Reserved seals for the entertain
ment will not be n sale until Mon
I. Trio In O, Haydn
Andante. Adagio CantablU,
Presto, Rondo Al' Ongrolie.
2. Songs. Brahms.
a. May Night
b. Sapphic Ode,
c. My Maiden's Mouth Is a Rosy
3. Violin Solo, Polonaise Brilliant
4. Piano Solo.
a. On wings of Song, Mendelssohn
Llsxt. b. Etude In C minor, Chopin,
5. Cello Solo.
a. Air, Pergolese.
b. Tarantella. Popper.
6, Trio for, Violin, Viola and CeTlo.
March, Adagio, Menuetlo
7. Song. The Holy City, Adams.
With piano, violin and cello ac
companiment. S. Trio, Southern Airs,
Arr. by II. II. Pasmore.
old and middle skrd uiru by frujumt
clanging hs had msuy wltrs, and
thlr rhlMivu. catlrml around lb
Country, air unknown lo them' K I
deocrt of iliulisr prsrtlcv of nprl-1
rutntsl lustrlniuny nufl cunoublst vail'
ty are found among lusny of the
American Indian till on buth contl '
In parts of (Imnlsnd sli months It
tbe trial dead Hue. husband and wife
separating t lb. "two-bearta-lwu.
ralude" theory dmlops discord lost sad ,
Msrrlsg among lb. Betocudut, ao j
cording to Kiim, Is of a puraly tempo
rary nalure, "dissolved on tne slightest
prvt.it or without any pr.text at all
merely through love of cbsng. nr ca
price." "In TasmauU," ssys Dr. Mllllgan.
"trial msrrlsgs result lo a succession
In Ssmoa Ibe wife's tenure of ofln
I freqnenlly llmltrd to a few days or I ay
weeks, and msrrlsge Is somttlin.s only ' g)
an excuse for tbe fessts and festivals
an dear lo tbe hearts of Ibe pleasnre
lo tag natives.
In the Indian arcblpelsgn It Is a com
mon practice for formal msrrUrn to
be limited, someUmes for only a month
and at others for a period of several
The lest AutherJl.
H.ttle-aarry is a man always to be
trusted. He has never deceived re.
Clara-But bow do you know that?
Hettle-Koow It? Why, be told me so
himself only last eienlus. Boslea
The Eldred Company
' F. C. ELDRED, Manager
Boatwca, Oregon (
Saddlet. Harneaa and SuppHei '
We make a specialty of.lirst-clasj, K"anintcl,
hand-made Saddles and Shups. Our Saddle
have an established reputation. , "
Orden From Everywhere Solicited
HOTEL. FOR RENT
Rutrhers Close al 7 QVIork.
We, the undersigned butchers of
the city or Klamath Palls, hereby
give notice to Ihe public that here-,
after we wilt dose our shops at 7
o'clock every e'veThlng except Satur
day when we will remain open is
' Melss Armaftd, -
BI8 ( Cash Meat Market.
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itlM 3 bbbb. IbalaTSil eqEi usz2 nSS imI araw asssi larari les
2JUpfj"3iUULJgy aVnJb mSBSt m'EKJBi 9E Jffl E53
Ste -. "J' ' '
To make room for new goods that
are now on the way we are disposing
of all second-hand articles we have
left at prices less than cost. Virgil
It Son. -
The Udy (to hastily retreating bar'
t lar Pardon me, but won't you please
wall till my husband sees you? I told
niw mere wss some one lo the new
and be said 'ItubbUbr-Usrper'e
"Yesslr," admitted a waiter, "1 stall
be compelled to throw up my slluaUea
"Indeed I What Is th. matter?"
"More than I can put up with. Tk
governor Insists on my eating mnafc-
rooms In the presence of customer
prove tney are eaiue.rungl.r-:
Merrill,. Ihe tow without a boom.
AM l.paJr Work Dom lrtjpUy
- U?: l!,1'..8olMJ 76c j Holes
Lqaipped with all modern
W.MlttlM: J.v.sbmatoa Mk
Heavy rrdghtiag a fMcttJfy.
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iiasj mujum) awfigf
kditon; a omai. rRorwiToiu
THE RICHELIEU, THE BEST HO
TEL IN MERRILL, COMPLETELY
FURNISHED, -WILL' LEASE TO
MRS. T. A. BALIS, Merrill, Or.
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El wood Steel Fences:
We are in recent receipt of a carlofi
the FaMOM Bw6o4 fteel Fencta
Poultry. Nattbiff in alP.widths. We
ratdy to;gaaraatee every rod of W
rence we eena out ?
Geo. R. Hum
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W alio f urnigh'plani-aBdrai&lflciUonB by Hodgwi.
f wgularprlcw.' Yourpttroriiije'wrdlally ?oIIcJtf?
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