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title: 'The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, January 03, 1913, Image 2',
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The Temple Theatre
"Mre at Ha,M
rthe Drama In 3 reels
"lYum llic Sumbefgrd,"
"Th lYofcuwr and the l.ady,"
MATIXEK DAILY AT 2:30
ALL LICENSED PICTl'IIKS
THE EVENING HERALD
W. O. SMITH Editor
Published dally except Sunday by Ut
Herald Publishing Coanpaay or
Klamath Fall, at 111 Fourth 8t.
Future Society Leadersi
Who Dislike Photographers'
Entered at the postotEce at Klamath
Fall. Oregon, tor transmission"
through the malls aw second-cl)
Subscription terms h) rnatl to an) ad
dri In the United State' 1
!Oce year 15 00!
riUDAV, JAN. 3, lOIJl
For the New Year l that yon
-will from now on buy Roods
made it home In preference to
those made elsewhere.
130 Main RU
Maker of lare Gaady
January Weather Condition
Max. Mln. Weather
3.1 15 CWar
36 30 Clear
W have everything you
aee for that Basing trip.
Hook, line, rods, reels,
basweta, etc We r.tt
teats, (tias aod eamplug
THE GUN STORE
i. H. CRAMMCRA
WINTER SPORT ;
iXrt - - i' fcsaassv
Wa ..-$11 f WSJmTABA
L- ' - v" - -i a !;
j il. O. A. IUMIIO.
j All Work Oututd
i Odl rll HulMlM'
IKhmu 111. I'h"" '
O.lrorthlo '"J "'
Hulls 1$ 8H4 J3. Willi H'iU
, fr A.MIIOIVM Wl-IMW! j
I Aixttail lMmtt' i
The Big Window
At Hie IMMlit llidwi Co fur
JAN. ., ,i DAY.s ONLY
Superior White liiuintt Ware
VAI.UI!SlrKOM $1 Ul l'07f,c
A Superior While IJimmel Cup fclvcn
with vuch purchiMe
Baldwin Hardware Co.
.Main .lrccl. bciwcvu 4 timl 5
J Mlas Mabel Morgan Saltcrlee and been photographed so many lime
,IK SlUa Klltaheth Morgan Salterlre. the 'that day that they worn tired of po.
I'lAVKD UV HKJH SCHOOL STU-ierauddaughter or J. Plerpont Mor- Inc. and told the kuUbt of the lu
Kan, were approached by the camera1 how they felt about the matter In no
man as they erv leaving tho Chll-iiinrerlaln terms, and with a allh of
dren'a theater In New York recently, 'expressive grlniarc. The camera man
with tho request that they pose for alsaw bis duty--nud brought back tho
moment. The two young ladle badp!cturra shown abotc. ,
IIASKKTUALL GAMES WILL
DENTS AND ALL'MM PAltADK
WILL lit: HELD
Slat ft. M J2.5IC4
IrySUkWNi & 1MU
a 4f j jjM
4ft, Mil 12ii
Leave ordera at
O.K. Transfer Co.
PlMiit 871 Cor. 6 aod Mala
P. C. Carlson
that I will begia the
by getting high
Groceries . ,
.lor 1913 at
Van Riper Bros.
With a parade and two basketball
games, tne popular winter sport will
be ushered In at the Pavilion. Tho I
games will be between the high
school and tho alumni, boys' and
girls' teams from both organizations
The oeenlna: cmaa will hs hst I
the high schoolgirls wid the alumat
girls, and this promises to be full of
excitement. These teams will line up
something II ko this:
High school Dorothy Shlre and
Inex Elliott, ferwards: Beryl Harden
brook, center: Lottie Sly and Marga
ret Nltachelm, guards.
Alumni Marjorlo McCluro and
Deulah Koler. forward; Edna Ell).
ott, center: Sybil Elliott and Martha
The game between the boys teams
will be of especial Interest to the high
school students, as It will give them
an Idea of who wilt be chosen for the
regular five. Nearly all the boys try.
Ing for places will be given an oppor
tunity to play, but the game will be
started with the following line up:
Carter and Hum. forwards; Stan
ley or McClure, center; Nail and Boi
The Alumni forces will be scattered
In this way: Mouchenhacher and
Van Illper, forwards; Telford, center;
Virgil De Up, Fouch and Siemens,
Both team hate been practicing
bard for this game, and two halves
brimful of action Is promised, Wm.
11. Shaw and Frank Wilson will act
a referee and umpire.
E. O. Argraves, proprietor of the
Cottage studio, announced thU after
noon that he will make a picture of
the victorious girls' team, and present
each member -with a photograph
PLAN ROAD INTO
111 I J. ItOAD MAY UK KXTKMtKD
FltOM IIKMI TO LAKKVIKW,
WIIKIti: t O.VVCKNOX WILL UK
MADE WITH WKKTKKX IMCIFIC
May be Vice-Gov-ernor
The latct report to reach this city
regarding railroad extension In Cen
tral Oregon la that the Hll road will
be built south from Ilend to Lakevlew
where connection will be mado with
the Nevada, California and Oregon
road, which connects with tho Witt
era Pacific at Doyle, Nevada.
A telegram from San Francisco
Is as follew:
To effect a combination of Inter
ests by which the Hill line may enter
San Francisco and the Western Ta
ctile railroad tap I'ortland, Is tho rea
son assigned today for the presence)
here of Joseph II. Young, president i
of the Hill line In Oregon, aud the
Spokane. Portland and Seattle rail
road. The plan la aald to Involve the
Joint acquisition of tho Nevada, Cal
ifornia and Oregon road, which con.
necu with the 'Western Pacific at
Doyle, Nevada, connecting It with the
Oregon Trunk now operating to Ilend,
In Central Oregon.
THE NEW YEAR
It I a good time of the year to
mc-Iluir, to think m little aboat Uie
akt and more than a Uitle about the
future. The pant cannot be uadoae.
but the future Is ours to mould a
a mo Mill. The year 10111 trill be
largely what we snake It. II we are
dUnatUflcd, k may be that the fault
Ilea with ourselves, aad It might be
well to tuns a page and plaa snmc
thing different for Ute new year.
Come in and get the real of th tory.
622 Mala KL PI,,M
lour Chiid'. Health
lour Firtt Thought
aafantiii.. . V. .- "
Ri with or with
0aa tiay Mtf night
MI -an- V. -TZ. ? "-.T-
area sWuT-J" ! . eaU-
St 5SW -&Sh.ro5i2?
WMially a chll.
J. C. Cleghorn and wife, who ar
spendlug their honeymoon In the
groom's former homo, Onowa, Iowa,
will return to Klamath Falls some
tlmo next week, according to Infor
matlon received by the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. With
row. Mr. Cleghorn I assistant an
glneer at the local headquarter of
the reclamation service.
(Copyright by Harris k Ewlng.)
Major W. V. Judson, engineer com
missioner of the District of Columbia.
Is said to bo In line for the appoint
ment as lire governor of the canal
zone In the -wil that be Is desig
nate! for thu poil he will be Colon?!
If von ut wr ttun wJ
and motcJ quiet, ! Ilamt
KxprrM to do It Cora itH
and Main tfrU. Ittune alH
Call up COMHTOCK. 4, If
you want any kind of HELP
H-gtstsr at th. COMHrOCK If
you aat smplotmsat.
MADAM AND I'ltOF. TIMMH
Mtwsrt aad (tilrtxllst
Cum corn, tunica and la
growing toeaalt. Mm. Ttmma
stops hair from falllig out la
five tratmoU. and a prma
sent cur for dandruff, (live us
So. aiT Klamath At.
Vaw will ustr. ntcf I'.
ThM W ld at?)! )f v
If tHt villi wy ktndl; Uk my aJt
IV r jt tea Ifctla slot U Ulna
JUit lb thing lf bla U4' Jll.
And t't to tot a rj dsra to pl.
Wo hstidU what ! ken
V kef In Ut eild, cold
An Oil Almi) that U thp sad f add Kad, ,
If nam U th ' Pctl.-'lloa." '
And It d am td tvtrlla.
IVr If It did h eulJa'l hat It inuad
It. K.IL.MJ J ,"5
WILLIAM G. HURN
I X-fit Klamath Atrtioe
Hlghrst prK'e paid for Hide.
Wool. Pells, Itubbtr, Mtlat and
Scrap Iron, I'honaSIIJ
Viceroy of India is
ireLfet?.5? snnas AoSs
ilaDVoVr,,iiJ?f5f J. w
Jtrth to tkTo-tSrSgS,1 :
n7i !STrffltky atreag.
a autatloii. t lt " "jaw-
BrdwedTtbiaarh'XK." " ala.
! .. xTlaSw 2J?!S:
usie u due to
filial tract To
For Mora th. .
Jap?! T3c ViSSSX'S tw"wf
For Mora trT?iiK,'Mia,
I A YySSBBW
IMI'OltTA.ST gilKHTIO.V IH I.N.
VOLVED I.N LAW HINT IIKFOKK
JUIM1K M1! IIIUKFH AHE
NOW IIEI.NO 1'itEPAHM)
Do you know you can get a 110 hat
for IS during the sain at
:: OEHTitUDi: co.:
SAFE REMEDIES ENDS
OIVEH I.NKTANT ItELIEF, Cl'llIM
AND PIIEVE.NTri t'ATAItltll AMI
COLD IV T1IK HEAD
The quietest, best and safest way to
cure cartarrh or a co',d In the head Is
by using a remedy that will "touch
thn'spot" and do Its work quickly I
without leaving any bad effects. Etv's1
CraM Halm, which is applied to th
.uostrlla or rubbed on the throat or
(client, guts right at the root of the
uuuuio auu lusianuy relieve evcU tne
worst case of catarrh or cold. A few
minutes after applied you can feel a
loosening up In the head, the pain
and sorctirsa are gone, the sense of
laiU smell and hearing come hack,
and yon feel like a different person,
Ely's Cream Halm cleanse, heals
and strengthen tho Inflamed mem
hrnnes, take away that stuffed up
fiellng and dull pain In the head, re
lluve thu throat soreness and stoti1
tho nasty discharge which Is the cautof
of the disgusting hawking, spitting,
mowing or tliu nose and foul breath. '
Hoy fover victim who are mado mis-.
wibln by flu or anMltnV coughing
IE YOU ARE
of Mua Ip ran yvwr Wtita
do not t.tut la to lk
Fttst TtwM and lUilag l'
and k thorn lor a loa, Y
tot ly gad ld In it
you, twl to will tUI t
;uu anfthiag ;o wuk to &
ritli to wnf aad ftK
dt Uaklag k(la4. I)tiu
at rrspwtftttty eelUlled.
First Trust and Savings Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
I LaBBBBBSBSl I ' I
m ill ln99H&
K..U IUfwlaii M.
Mtaa (lay Cu.aB PUmm, W
Mrinwuy aai hre levdiei !
aa tHIr nk at aaW.
ati. f(t. Taahag aa4 Msaaslrs.
Ageary fur mIm- aa4 WMt
rin Marhlara, Other Ty
MrMrr. Vht aa4 KtHsssa Mw
urtt. ajxl MmIiIsm. Muna. K4a
tUmrty aiwl Fktarea.
It, MAIMILN, lnUim
J.l now, (T,n .mHMv U..U, nr, a-mlaule rUmttts, IU.
Arguments to show that a partner
ship had existed between (leorge 0.
Clark, who constructed the Lost Hir
er diversion dam for the government,
and ur j, K. Htanffer of Hvorett, mid whtetlng get Instnnt and .nim-
Wash., whn fnrnlul,,..i ri..i n.U. ..n.. .... . ... I
- " " ""v hi iii icgivi uj llit'USIi.of till sltllli U
commence work on the dam, woro 'remedy,
submitted In the circuit court till; Don't sui.er another minute. Ely's
morning prior to tho selecting of a Cream llalin will relieve you linrno-
mora ' -
UrngKlsU soil Adv.'
' " '"'" "' "" seiecung or a cream iialtn will relieve you Im
Jury to try the action of a; O. UwU'dlateiy, nnd a (0 rnt ,tu0 wm u
nnglnst Clark und Htauffer to recover ithan likely work it complete cure
WE take care of our customer
WE can supply your every banking naad
WE wish to serve you
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Lord Uardlnge, viceroy of India,
who narrowly escaped fatal Injury at
the hands of a would-be assassin, at
Delhi, rudia. The bomb, which was
thrown from a housetop as tho vice
roy with Lad). Hardlngo was riding
past In the howdah on tho back of an
elephant, wa loaded wfth scrap Iron,
nuts, nail and bolt. Several of tho
nail were driven Into tho viceroy's
back by the force of tho explosion.
but have been extracted, and It I ex
pected that he will ho able to renumo
his duties In a short time. Lady Uar
dlnge, who suffered severely from the
shock, is the constant attendant of
Attorney W. H. Show for the Plain.
jtlff read u iloposlilon from Htauffer
iu uuiunnunio mo claim that n part
nership uxlsts, and document to the
contrary were submitted by Harold C,
Merry man, Clark' uttornoy.' Iloforo
tho forenoon cession closed Judgo
McOInn Instructed Urn nttornovs to
submit hrlof supporting their con
tention, and these aro being ore-
LowIh I proprietor of tho Monarch
Orocory of thin city. Ho claims that
Clark and Staurfcr m hi partner aro
Indebted to him for groceries fur.
nlshod tho boarding hoiiso at the dl-
version darn during the couro of
Cut flowers at No, 2 Wet Mnln st
Block Wood, 3,50 load
All kinds of hody wood
Term HHIitly Cim.Ii,
Pelican Bay Lumber
Co. Wood Yard
R. M. BOLLEK, MgY.
I.tavo order at
Hanmker flrocei-y, Phono I mil
un Htore, Phone flUil
MmTm' ffc t utmc-
.Send lu Underwaoil's .il.
Kt n liottlc of NVAL'S
White Pine and Tar
corner Main and Seventh