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MtlDAV, JUNIJ , BI
PACK POUR
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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Special Hosiery
StHttlcH
Purchase
We are in receipt of a 60 dozen case
of Children's Hose which was bought
at a very attractive price through
co-operation of our various stores,
and, as usual, offer our customers the
benefit of this saving. This Hose is a
lxl rib, beautiful luster black, all
sizes from 5 to 9 1 -2; a usual 1 5c value,
while they last, special at the pair,
10c
f&l
Local News Happenii
fcftgsa in and about mm
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lli'iti for VMl.
Mlsi 1'ornl Outer, formerly In the
Kiunlov of iliu Klnmntli Development
roiiipnii) hfio, Is ill) from Sim Krnn-1
clmo lo hiioiiiI moiilli Willi Mr. mill ,
I Mrs. Hubert A. .lolnuoii iiiul her
lirothcr-ln-lnw and sister. Forest hiiv
pervlsor J. M. Hertford mill wife, nt1
iliu Kliimiitli Agency.
Home From S'Iih)
Claude Maxwell, wlio Ih HltulylliK
Pharmacy ill tin' Oregon Agricultural
College, In lifio for tlio summer. A
Hliort tlmo ago Mux. wlillo plnylng In
mi Inter-fiat baseball game. IIi'I
out n three sucker, mitt In attempting
to stretch It Into his first homo run.
ho full down, liroakliiK a HlimiMtr.
t'liil houis will liv mntlo at oiuo Up
per l.iiku olnl to nllow tlio pmiitm
jgl'I'S to picnic,
IJim-h ! Auvury.
Mih. Ororgii Downing uiul children
left lotlny for Klnmntli Agency to
remain until school with Mr. Dowii
Iiik, who In employed thuro for tlio
Hiimmor.
STEEL BOOMING
SINCE DECISION
.W7IIOX OF fKIIKII.ll. ,t)URT n
IIKFimiNU TO IHHMILVK HTKKt
TRUST IIF.NUI.TS IN B(J
FINA.M'IAIi FI.UItltY
Itronii-ltlthlU.
Miss Minerva Itliltllo. u grand-
(daughter of tlio fumoiiH "Wliiomn,"
mul llnrry llrown, tho foremost vac-
iumo on tin' Khimulh reservation,
worn married yesterday afternoon by
Justice of tlio Pence (lowen.
L
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znijym
mi
NICEBROffiEE
Wnw
fm&
SUES TO STOP
ROAD BUILDING
AI.IIKUT MARK, IN KOl'ITV I'llO.
(F.KIIIMl III. KM TODAY, K.IVH
VIKWKIt XKVKIl MADE A UK
I POUT IX Till: .MATTER
A hi Society Srtlf.
Tlio Ladles' Ahl Society of the
1'lirlstlnn rhurcli will hold Ub month
ly cooked food snlo nil day tomorrow
nt tlu Shustu. I.ndles uru imked lo
bring tlnilr food stuff ns early In the
foronoon iik possible
Morn Excursion.
Now Hint the weather Ih settled,
Calkins & llnmllton will conduct ex
cursions to Kngle Itldgc, lliirrlmnn
Lodge, Kooky Point nnd other points
on the I pper lnkc eery Hiindnv
The Klnmntli Transfer buses will pick
1 1 nKtKcr :it 3(1 unit hlilll I hem
(o the Imp.U landing A stop of siV-
Suit to routrnlu the county nnd
ItoAd Supervisor Short from estnb
IIsIiIiik n rond throiiKh his property
hns been started by Albert Mnrk,
whose pluco Is on the route svlerted
for the Merrill-Poo Volley rond. V.
II. A. Iluuuur Is attorney for Murk.
i In bit eomnlnlnl Mnrk iiltcpex Mint
(the rond wns never oltlclnlly eslnb-
llshed. ns the reviewers never report
ed ut the limn sol for hoiirliiK. uiul he
sns there Is no other record In the
county court Jouriiul of their tutting
ever met lo rstiihllsh I lie roiiti
n't ImIIiIiik mul (lotek. "il
"iiiiio" i e I be Hue ill K. K. K. More.
Ulilleil I'ichs Hervii..
, NK,W 1VOUK- ' Th. dKU
slim In I he uteri ciik wtu ,,,, J"
cause to boom the simk iimrkn to
point rlvnlliiK Unit ur mui Wh'
prices skyrocketed ni,n ' "
sight.. '
On Vlmime tbu moini,,, ( .
renched .U. which I. i lltlovo ,,
lilalil'u .l,.ul.,.. ...I.,.. . ""
"" """ """ rMIKeiited n
lucrense of I'Jo.ouu.onu Vnlu of
steel shnres.
j liilernntlunnl lluifMer jMuiDtd
Uilxteetl points
l : ti i uii lio StiiMi,
WAHIIINIITON, 1). o.. Jun. 4
KollowliiK lodi's uililmt mot,U1
j Attorney (Iviiernl (In-Kory slated hi
the KOVeriiment'N iilitl.lrn.i
'nualnst the h!i-. roiporuiioa W un.
oouuiemy lie ukeu to Um hupr(II
court.
Komnli) nrrhllecu Increaied om
2iM) ht cent In iln Iiihi int jetm.
I'hllndolphln rtnplojK &:.S WOi(.n
who eomo under civil n'rlr,. rule.
There lire 23N,0ui),onn Christian
Diinieli In I lie wnil.l
.Mr' Wlllhim II Iti.m a wc-.ui,)
womnii of ClilriiRo Iiiih npnrl a
umiiKc In Now York rlt
Pendleton has ordered four ad
ditional streets paved with gravel
bitullthlc.
10c barton $1 a rip, Dotchess
Troaaen, at K. K. K. Store.
TODAY'S ODUKST STOItY
United Press Serylce
Subscribe- for
cents a month.
the Herald, fifty
Houston's
Metropolitan Afflnsements
HOUSTON'S
OPERA HOUSE
STAR THEATER
CDKIO. & HART
In Songs, Daaeea and Comedy
Acrobatics
MAJOR HALL,
The Midget
In New Songs and Monologue
"THE LOVE ROUTE"
Famooa Players Production In Four
Partt
"Herat SeUg Newa Pictorial"
In Darkest Africa"
,
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; PUKDLO, Colo., June 4. A
! patient at the state asylum Is
! suffering from an unusual form
of insanity. He believes that
the wireless stations through-
out the world are preying upon
him and sapping his strength.
He wants to form a union for
the purppose of elaborately at-
i tempting to abolish aerial com-
munlcatlon throughout the en-
tire world.
So f&T as known this is the
first time this peculiar halluci-
nation has come to notice. 4
A LITTLE SPORTING GOSSIP
By HARRY FAltl-S
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
NEW YORK, June 4. John Mc-
'(Iraw has his back against the wall.
under loug-timo contructs. Now he
hasn't room for the youngsters that
he needs in order to build up n club
for the future.
Obituaries hnvo been written about
The doughty little manager of the til0 old Master Christy Mathewson
fi.ir-tlme pennant winning Giants is year after yoar. Already ho has
J at last fawl with the prospect of K.en consigned to the bonoyard this
That the'
piloting a trailing team.
outlook doesn't set well
"Little Napoleon" is
denced by the cyclonic shake-ups that
he hands his lineup.
He hasn't quit yet,
year. But he Is still out there on the
Willi me ftlnntH' henrh nnd h will hn on I Ik.
plainly ovl- irinK iino many times this season.
And when the hot sun of July and
August molts the kinks out of his
The word quit arm, the "Old Master" will chalk up
I doesn't appear in his vocabulary, many a victory on the (Hants' slate.
i
Tomorrow
Chas. Hlchman in
"THE MAN FROM HOME"
Matinees Every Saturday and Sunday
at 2:80
TEMPLE THEATER
"Timid Mr. Toodles,"
Two Reel Vltagraph Comedy
"Wben HearU are Yowag,"
Blograph Comedy
"Tte Boarding House Feud,"
Vltagraph Comedy
Admission Always 10c.
MATINEE DAILY AT 2t80
ALL LICENSED PICTURES
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
Mtrrlll, Ore,
IMITION PICTURES TUKMIM
J sUTFSDAVa
I Dearest Public
Since summer has come I want you
to see some of the seasonable things
I have in jewelry. We'll be tickled to
show you.
Which is the nicest, Louise, day or
night?
Day breaks and never falls, and
night falls and never breaks.
It's lovely to be broke, and I know.
If one falls one should seek a soft
place.
Don't you think 511 would be a
nice place?
Twinkle, twinkle, little spat,
Hugging ankles thin and fat.
Far below the dress so high
Like a magnet to the eye.
The pearl or the moonstone,
Amelia, is the birtbstone for June.
I have a bunch of new diamonds
for June brides. What size, please?
yy u r yy u b 1 c u r yy 4 me
Hurry over, dear, I'm starving.
'The pounding that his club Is getting
from the others In the Tener loop'
will only serve to make McGraiv fight '
harder than ever. But even his most1
ardent supporters admit that this'
year his fight looks like a losing one.
To many It looks like the old Giant
machine has crumbled.
Moving Pictures
"The Love Route." the four nai-t
And it is aniPumous Plovers uroductlon of Kd.
odd circumstance of fate that the oncej wurd it.,,ea. fam0Us story, which wua
powerful aggregation Is withering ! presented at the Star theater last
away just as two famous machines ofnglltr la woM worlUy or mention as
other days that cracked a few yearsl,eing a superior offering. It Is a story
ago are getting back into power. of ranch llf nnd Wmtnrn mllrm..i
These two are the Tigers and tho;(onHt,.uctloili wh tbe gtorjr ln tn6
Cubs. The Detroit outfit Is run high j main is of dramatic nature.
oackio me tore as a contender In the .There are many big and beautiful
American Leaguo under the same SCf;nt.B ,n tll0 J)Icture and a cast that
nuuui mui puuieu ii in mo winning
days of tho past "Eee Yah" Hugble
-Jennings, ino unicago gang is being
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmimiimmimii...i.
- "7 -ww - - w - -ww
,$$ffiL, Just Arrive'd and
Now on Display
Most anyone knows that the
R. & G. Corset is very es
sential for a proper fitting
gown and is used extensively
by the best dressers.
We are Klamath County's
distributors for this popular
Corset. All sizes in the new
styles. We carry them from
Price, $3.50
$1.00 to $5.00
I 1
Price, $2.00
Women's Silk Hose. 50c
A new lot of Silk Hose just received, in colors and black and CAf
white; will give excellent service; all sizes JVv
hi seen to excellent advantage,
Harold Lockwood, Winifred Kings
ton nnd JupW Pllcfnrrl nrn Bun In tlin
pulled up the ladder of fame by one .leading roles. A "Hearst Sellg News
w. .wa.y u,u neuienanw, uoger pictorial" and a pic
uresnanan. rrank Chance guided
Tho Company Will Pay It
Mr. Jas. A. Bushong, near Klamath
ath Falls, needed J1.600. The Mutual
Life promptly let him have It at 5
per cent. Dividends on his policy
will more than pay it.
4-2t p, m. Priest, Agent.
Suits that suit In style nnd price at
K. K. K. Store.
tho destinies of the old-time pennant
copping Cubs and he was there
when they hit the skids, too.
It is the indefinable "something"
which 1b missing from the Giants'
ranks that "something" which a
club has to have to stay on top of
tho heap through the long, hot days I bo presented
or August and September, when the! Home."
weak sisters who flash in tho spring!
wither away. The old stars are most
ly with the club, and seemingly they
stlll deliver tho goods. Their batting
averages all look good, but when you
watch their work day after day you
POIt PERMANENT IIBNTEK Have l"" lno pUDCu ,8 one- They
a small, cozy house, newly painted ""' "Ul BU, lo r,B0 up nna cru8n lne
and papered; modern convenience; u""os,l,on c""s any more as
close In; at reasonable rent. B. W.!they U8ed to do'
Qowen. 4 .tf ' Probably the hardest individual
; I blow McOraw got was a wallop by the
I National League owners. They re-
'diiccil tho number of playors any nlub'
'could carry to twontv-one. McOruw
v.nA the hatdest hit of any National j
League manager. Last .year, when
the Feds wore raiding tbe ranks or
organized ball. McOraw. to protect
'himself, signed most of bis veterans
picture from Darkest
Africa complete the picture end of tbe
program.
O Dell, Hart & Hall are pleasing
the public with their comedy, singing
and acrobatic Btunts.
"The Lovo Houte" will be present
ed tonight for the last time, Satur
day and Sunday Charles Rlchman will
In "The Man From
YESTERDAY'S COAST
LEAGUE SCORES
Elinor Glyn's
THREE WEEKS
At I Angeles
Venice , j a
Salt Lake o 1
Henley and Mltzo; Laroy, J, Wil
liams and Meek.
At San Francisco
San Francisco 4 & 2
Los Angeles 2 3 1
Hiium and Illock; Ilyan and Ilrooks
At Portland
Portland 5 g j
Oakland 1 g 2
Covulcskl and Carlsb; Prough and
Klllott.
Women's Summer Underwear
Our line of Summer Knit Underwear is now in Vests, Pants and Linen Suits.
vest. 10c to 50c
Union Suits 25c tO $150
Special Values in Men's Trousers
All good patterns and made of cloth that is constructed to give the best
of service; medium, light and dark colors; all n f tfE ff
sizes, including extra large size for big men . . PfiAw lO PJV
Men's Underwear for Summer
We are showing a big line of Summer Underwear in Porous Knits, B. V. U
Balbrigan and Mercerized Lisle in Union Suits and Two Piece Garment.
Special Prices on Mesh Underwear and Athletic Union Suits.
llulhrignn Shirt and Dntwers . . 25c
ISalbrlgpin Shirts and Drawer . 50c
MorrtilM-d Union Suit, $1 to. $2.50
Allilclld Union HiiIIh 59c
()Hii M(h Union Hulls 50c
J. F. Maguire Co.
Main Near 8th
The Store That Sells for Cash
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