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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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. . JThere are few motion plctur.v ac
tors better or more favoraMy known
than Henry B. Walthall, who has ap
pcarcd In scoroti of picture 8ucecies
im star and leading man. For llio
frst time In his acreon c.vcer. Mr
Walthall will bo seen In n picture
produced by David W. Griffith under
Art craft auspices. In thl photopU,
"The Great Love." which will lu- pre
sented at tho Star Theatre tonight.
Mr. Walthall portrays tho rnlo of an
uncrrupulous British baronet. Mr
Wnlthnll Is an exceptionally gifted
actor and In portraying tho subtleties
ot this character, bo ovlncos his tal
ent In no uncertain degroo 1'hnt Mi.
'Walthall's reputation will b enhanc
ed under the Artcraft bannc- Is. said
bj his, friends, to be a certainty. '
"The Million Dollar Dollies!" Thoj
very title suggests luxury,- dalntlnojs,
roflnomcnt, fascination. All or
these are realized In this Metro screen
production do luxe which sill be
seen nl the Liberty Theatre tonight.
And when one dlscovors that the
"Dollies" In question are the famous
Dolly sisters, Roszlka and Yanrsl,
Broadway's celebrated .dancers, "the
The charm of these clever girls
permeates the .entire production,
which has been prepared with an
Oriental splendor in keeping with the
brilliant story that has been written
"to display the talents of the Dolly
Sisters. It reads like a chapter from
the Arabian Nights, and deals with a
Rajah and a Maharajah, an Indian
Palace, and other exciting things. The
Dolly's swim, dance, and otherwise
disport themselves daintily in beauti
ful and glittering apparel. And there
is a love-story.
Roszlka and Yancsl impersonate
themselves In this five-act succession
of marvels, and naturally no one
could" improve, on that. They are
surrounded by a capable cast in pro
duction of excitement and charm.
Liberty Theatre tonight.
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THE DOLLY SISTERS (n "THE MILLION DOLLAR DOLLIES'
Ai i HE LIBERTY THEATER TONIGHT
Picture Presents Fashion Review j
The Sisters Dolly, Rosxlka and!
I hnvn n canned music record cn-
Yancsi. each wear forty.-clght com-ltitiC(1 ve navo Much to Bo Thank:
plete changes of costume In thojful For." After I'd played It 200
course of the action of Metro's ro- times it "took' 'on me. Here's one
mantle fantasy. "The Million Do.larj0?;hannvk08llo am, , you. ,
Dollies," which will be the attraction jahvt bccn much good to you n,i you
at the Liberty tonight. Nearly all ot ain't moved the bank over in my
the forty-eight gowns worn by Yansci Place, either. Further, "We have
are exactly like those worn hy Vos- eyes to behold one another." If yah
zlka. However, in some scenes their can't do no beholden, got the spex I've
attire Is different. Roszlka, for ex- been hollerin' to yah about,
ample, dresses as a fish in one scene, ' Further, "We have arms to cm-
nnd tho rrnrn l sonuitfnn. Wnmn . brace one another. Why, I saw a
will And this plcturo a fashion review
and the men will also find the many
gowns attractive to gaze upon. At
the Liberty tonight. It
. . ANNOUNCEMENT .
Thec Methodist Church'-Cholr Trtli '
meet Saturday, nlgbt.-.ttUieChurcb
t 7.30." All members are nrged to
be on 'hand.
The former kaiser Is reported "to
"nave a severecold Uthe head. .The
cold evidently-extended f rob 'his feet.
Long Island Oity SUr.
MR. F. KILLENDAHL
- for SERVICE AND QUALITY
?The only Meat-Market in the city equipped with
--'cold .-storage' room for the proper handling of Fresh
and Cured Meats.
Nice tender cuts of Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork
always on hand.
.SPECIAL PRICES FOR SATURDAY
Fresh Ham Cuts 33c
Neck Bones , 12 Kc
KLAMATH PACKING CO.
Osr Diamond Brand Hams an d Bacon for Quality.
Phone 68 524 Main St
girl In the movies do the fond em
brace ,and I'tLPJiid her money It It
had been me. but the guy got sore.
Guess his folks was lookin. Em
bracing is nice In several ways. Leads
to the "sweet parting at the Kate"'
ring, and then the thraldom band'.
Further, "We have, lips to kiss on
and on." The tooth carpenters must
live, but it's a long road that has np
turning. Some day, at some time,
some one will show, and then, too. I
will wea'r the toothpick in the face.
Further, "When things go wrong,
my dear, and sunbeams disappear,
don't give way to feeling blue. Don't
do it. Lilian; everyone hates a
grouch. Go out and go to the movies,
chew gum, drink sodas and raise hell,
and tren the next day come in and
buy come Jewelry at MeHattans.
Further. "We have voice's to tell
love's TENDER story.' Love's story
is generally tender because, it's
RARELY the'trutb. However, "truth
crushed to earth will rise again."
Howdo I know It? Our car ran over
Our motte: You can't better the
best. Buy jewelry; we got some. We
can fix your watch or pin or lavalliero
or reputation, as we have speoclal
hooks and eyes for the torn places.
We recover umbrellas, or we can
put on a new base and fix the handle
so It will be detachable. ,
Dash to my aid. McHattan, be
tween 6th and 7th St., wrong side.
YOUR COMPLEXION CAN
DEFY WINTRY WINDS
Exposure of the skin to cold, blustering winds is
apt to result in chapping and roughening. "Guard
against this by using
It will afford full protection, and its use will
prove a pleasure.
It is dainty, white and.delightfully perfumed. It
is a cooling, healing and soothing lotion that
.should have a place on your toilet table.
PRICE FORTY CENTS
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CHANGE IN ARRANGEMENTS
Owing to the demand for seats on
Saturday and Sunday evenings at the
Liberty theater, the management
wishes to announce that on these two
evenings children cannot be admitted
on the parents' tickets, as heretofore,
but will have an opportunity at each
matinee on Saturday and Sunday to
take advantage of this privilege, as a
child under 12 years of age will ba
admitted free with each 20c ticket at
alt matinees and evening perform
ances except Saturday and Sunday
night. Children will see the same
show, complete, as. would be seen in
the evening, and gives the grown-ups
a better chance for seats. In addi
tion, a special comedy for children
wlir be shown every Saturday mat
See Charles S. riood, Klamath
Agency, for Indian gra-.lus lands and
Any peace that favors Germany
will be one that passcth understand
ing. Philadelphia Inquirer.
rTH FALLS OREGON tUtI I
WHCRC PARTICULAR PEOPLE
. UY THEIR DRUGS
JUST A FEW
"Best Meats at
MY OWN MAKE
Delicions Pork Sausage
made fresh everyday
BIG EXPANSION SALE CONTINUES
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' WOOL
A special purchase of Women's and
Misses' Wool Serge Dresses, Tailored and
Novelty Styles; embroidered and braided
and- fringe trimmed. Dresses suitable for
all occasions. All leading colors.
PRICES, SPECIAL, $15.00
REDUCED TO CLEAR
$45.00 Suits reduced to only $27.50,
$40.00 Suits, reduced to only $23.50
$35.00 Suits reduced to only $19.50
$30.00 Suits reduced to only $17.50
$25.00 Suits reduced to only $16.00
ALL SHEETS, SHEETING, PILLOW CASE MUSLINS
and STAPLE DOMESTICS greatuy reduced for this Sale
WEARWELL SHE.ETING A wondeVful'sale of our
leader; fine cotton Sheeting, splendid washing and wear
ing quality. Prices far below usual.
(illADE IUESS CI(iH.M,
Sl-lnch bleached Wearwoll flbc'HEST
I-lnch unbleached Wearwoll BOcI -
45-Inch bleached Wearwoll .1Ur, Complete new sprlnK line of fancy
81(10 bleached Sheets . ... SI.83 Dross Ginghams: beautiful plaid com-
tt-an mLi,j o..i .. . binatlons, stripes, checks and plain
72x90 b eiched foamed 81.05 co;or8 w he,ow markot c
36x45 bleached W oarwell cases.. .40c HV:clAlt ,,IUCE VKn VA, .Mc
36x45 bleached rases .. . ...23c!
36-lnch heavy bleachfd Muslin.. .18c SHIRTING CHEVIOTS
36-Inch fine J)leached Muslin . ,. .23c Plain and stripe. .Special value, (
36-Inch fine bleached Nainsook ..B8c" Per 'ard onl !,:''
inrerr--s - .-,ssB?s?5.s.h',:tt5.
36-inch fine bleached Longcloth....23c Extra good quality Outing Flan-
Full double bed size heavy Sheet I 2' I",Kht1 and, dork colo,r,,
.,.... . I Special sale price, per yard. 23c
. ........, .,, B.,, u.., ,... .wool uats. run comfort
..$2.0.-i I 72x90. Special
WHITE SALE OF
Fresh assortments await
those who come to share
our big Expansion Sale.
98c, $1.29, $1.59, $1.78
$1.29, $1.59, $1.98,
$2.29, $2.59, upward
$1.22, $1.69, $1.89
$2.19, $2.59, upward
CORSET COVERS AT
49c, 69c, 98c, $1.59
98c, $1.29, $1.59, $1.95,
Crepe de Chine
$3.50, $4.50, $5.00
CORSET COVERS AT
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00,
Standard makes of Wo
men's Corsets, mostly
some only broken sizes.
Values up to $3.00.
OUT SALE, 98c
for April on Sale
Sheet It's FREE
Write for Monthly Fashion
The Woman's Store
H. N. MOE, Prop.
WRITE FOR SAMPLES
WE PAY POSTAL
CARD OK THANKS
We wish to expresse our sincere
thanks and heartfelt gratitude for
the kindness shown us during the ill
ness and death of our daughter,
Mr. and MrE. A. Shulmire.
TEACHERS TAKE JOBS
AS ELEVATOR BOYS
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wim Ori-envlllu I'lcdnioiit.
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TO OUR PATRONS ANP CITIZENS OF
There seems to be a misunderstanding as to
the delivery of gopds bought of us, which we
wish to make clear to you : We are using the
regular city delivery, the same that all grocers
are using, and will deliver goods in all parts of
the city if you desire it, and save you from 10 to
30 per cent.
REMEMBER, WE SELL FOR LESS
month, while many of tl.o i,.rhor,. W,,H , ",","
Kol only $7fi0 a yrnr.
ranch in California!
Klumatli FuIIh prop-
Cnll 703 Second. M 21'
Klamath Cash Grocery!
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
QUALITY MEATS AT
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
GENUINE PIG PORK SAUSAGE
A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH FISH
," o 91.(10 No,
No. 10 1(12.00 No.
n mi. is
ALL SMOKED MEATS AT REDUCED PRICES
Phone 83 534 Main St.