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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1919)
MTt'll"AV' APRIL . ""
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
1,11'NiK MIUKMllM'lM ll I.IM'AI IMII'IMMIs
arioso tiii: pkopi.kof tiiih i'itv ami viri.sm
miimjh ami mimimjm or local folk
'Mli Kl"' Tnylur U In the city for
,il,ort M'l' 'r'"" AlKiimv
j ( (Itrcr In n titiMtliOMit visitor III
KliiiiMli 1'i'iln friiin Medford.
Aiirn, 'lmrlf !' Htiiiiu linn re
luinrJ '""" " ,',1"r, "",,,",M vl"u
Hr A i" Kirn(irtli nuiui In yiix.
injur nfi"''""i f'"" n H,,"rt w"
Mint K f "urn who linn hemi Hero
.trall,ntt iiinn mi biialmw left this
murnliiK '" "" l-'riim-Uro.
p Khi'lfiilil I horn for n few ilnvn
on miller if htmliiiH front llmiil, lip
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yrp John II HeliT W In t'lw rltv
(or mrt ili from Kurt Kltiiiiuh
II,, I, n cucM it lh Hotel Hall
C, V Klliin of lh ChlhMiiiln I.iini
tr Ciimimnr I I" ') rcnmiv himI
looklnit fiw IiiiIiii'h lilteriHl.
rjuy- N lllrkok wn nmni'g ih
triln arrivals luift evening. Iln U n
llitrrl l Dm White I'ellcwl Intel.
Ult. Itctc Cnrka left thU morning
for 8n liernadlnii California, where
ili I1I lst with her sister who In
Cb. n Tohy, n lumberman from
Ixirrli l In tin' city for n few day on
Imlneu. He I tnylnie at the While
Mrs, B. Werdermnnn and children,
bo have been here lor a short lime
from Wordrn, returned to that .mint
Mr. and Mm, II. n. Bprague left
en the train thU morning for Itfd-
dinar. California, where they expect
to rrnratn for mine time.
City Attorney J. II. Camahnn lira
rttornrd from a brief visit to Port
ltad. tin. Carnahan will remain for
svu.lt with her lter, Mr. Haines.
Or. n. K. Harrow and Mrr t)ar-
row of Dorrlf who were In lon for
a abort vUJt, attended the tiarly at
lt White Pelican Hotel laat night.
Tfetr left for Dorrla thla morning.
Mr. and Mr. C, K. Cot ten. form
r reridtnt of thla cfiy who removed
ion time a io to California are htre
fori ibort time from Palo Alto. They
ram In laat evening and are guest
t tbe Hotel Hall.
L. I.. Gehagen, who la Identified
Kh the Pelican Day Lumber Com
pany and atatlnned at the logging
ramp en the wcat aide of the tJpner
Klamath Lake. I In the city toJiy
isaslas bands with hla many frlund.
Mr. 'and Mr. Prank Thunnen ho
bate been here for a few day vlrlt
Inr at the home of the latter' broth,
er, George Walton left thli morning
for their home at Oakland. Their
Milt bere waa a surprise to Mr. Wal
ton and mmi very nearly being a
urprlie to thorn na ho waa about to
trt on a Inn In cm trip uhoii thoy nr.
Chas, Mrdiiwcu, formerly manager
ot tbe Kwnuna llox Company of hi
tlty, one of Uio men who launched
tlil enterprise mid who 1st identified
lth nn extensive box operation nt
Smar.vllle Cnllfoniln, rnmj In Inxt
e'cn'ng on nhort bualnem vlalt, lie
ff."rti (lint hi; concern Ih now golim
thwid under llio mwit fuvo iiulc clr
ti.MMr.nci'8 nnd n com) BOimon Ih ox.
pecteit ,tr. Mmtloiviii will nitjirn to
HiimiiivIIIii toinoirow iiKirnlii-'.
Mr. iiml Mm. Jninm 1'i.llun ritinr
In M'tfliirilay HfliTiiimn from tlmlr
lilK ruiKli In iln. Wood Itlviir Vnllo
miir Kurt Kluniiilli Tlmy will ln lime
fur ii nhort (linn whlln .Mr. I'.illou
llllKllllN III IIMIlllTtl oriMIMllH'Xk III)
riii'iirta that ,tlm proairrta fur llm
ciiiiiltiB your In tln Wood Hlver Val
ley nro of llm lut.t mnl IiiukH for
wiii (I to a iroiinriiiiN ociinoii,
exi: vi:.n'.(io toiiav.
April 2t, IIIIH.
t IIiiiih" niiventy-flvii mlln cuii thrpwa
hIidIIh Into J'urlH ntp'iiln.
liriiimiii niuiinli Allli'd 'IIiipm iionr
HmiKiiril mi Hiintoriui nn pritlliiilniiry
I to Homiiin attack '
, llrltlnh mid Krmirli cllngliiK iIi-h-
paiutoly to Imitiiri'il Hiii'h In pjrurdy.
(Iiirnimi thrimtH In Klmidirn out-
fliink Allli'd iitroiiKholil on Mt. Knm-
I Knmll ii ill I h of Aiunrlrn'iC ovoraena
'nriny rcrnlvlni; tralnliiK In itilnt ioic
,lor. I HniHCItlllK NOW TO TIIK VIC-
TOItV I.IHKIITV LOAN WHAT YOU1
, WOULD IIAVB I'AIII KOIl VIU-'
fy-s -Iff' -mm H
2 -yjx .1.''.! " itAjSiyra ummtr -
tho den (1 ulster of a wen (thy woman
In order to chtnlti n fortune.
Only when Imr hoiiJ In laid hare be
foro h;r by the Ono Man that 'lie
fcarx and learn to love, doc thin
rhmlntnn mid schemer break on the
tock? of remorse.
"False Ambition" Ih colorful, grip.
fliiK and novel
H FAG STUB
III BE MISSED
At the Theaters
A ipeclnl communication of Klam
ath Lodge No, 77. A. K. nnd A. M..
lll bn held nt the hall on Mnmlny
evining, April :g, at 7:10 p. m.
WnrV In K C degree, lly order of
W. M. O. C. AI'I'LKOATK.
Metropolitan Amuaemeata fj
DANCIXO SATURDAY KVK.VINO
"MOXKY MAD" ,
Tlie Htory of A Cllrl Wlio llr! la A
Uooae of IJea.
A IIIO V TOMKIY IN TWO' PAUTH.
Jeaoet L. Iaaky
WILLIAM KAIINUM .
"TIIK SIOX OK Tltfi OltOHH"
The I Oth KplaoO Of
"TIIK LUHK )K TIIK CIHCUH"
Dainty lllflle Hlrofle In the "bare
buck" toga of filmy guuie and white
tlKlitn Ik nn "eyeful of Joy."
Ml Hhodea I not only u wonder-'
fully clever comedienne; nhe I em
phutlrully u "well looker," being '
"there" with benuty of face and a1
figure in it which artlntn and Judges
of feminine pulchritude rave. ,
When little Hlllle pirouette Into
lheauw-dut ring a "Hoop-La," In
the iparkllng comedy-drama of that
title releaied by Exhibitor Mutual,
you gap at the vision. You have
never aeen Illlllu In tight boforoT
Well, when you see her In "Hoop.
La" you'll want to see her again. In
act, tne more you see of Hlllle the
better you like her. At the Liberty
Playing the role of an Oriental
clairvoyant waa not without dlacom
forta for Mae Marsh, tbe delightful
Ooldwyn atar, who had previously
never felt the slightest uneaajnec In
the scares of part she has been call
ed upon to portray. Worn In the flu
dlo and on location baa Always been
so much play for her, but chanting
wlerd Incantations In tbe garb of an
Egyptian aeernas, as she does In the
latest Ooldwyn Picture, 'Money Mad,'
which come to the Star Theatre be.
ginning Sunday got on her nerves,
"Delng chased by a giant negro, as
I waa In "The Dlrth of a Nation,' was
child's 'play compared with tbe feel
ing that came over me in my first ex.
PARIS, April 26 IJy no one will
the depirturc of the American sol
dier from Parts be more keenly
felt thun by the humble "megottlers"
the plckerxup of cigar buAjs ind cig
arette ends. Tills has been a golden
time for them, and 'Papa CJnquinte'
who Is the recognized boss of the
trade nnd employs some thirty pick
ers replies dlsdalnly when they grum
ble to hi in about the scarcity of tob
ucco. "There's always tobacco where
Americans are." he says. "My men
follow them up. Kino fellows! They
smoke good stuff and,; what's bet
ter, they JiMt chew their cigars and
throw awny half of them. That'
where we gather In cur little harvest.
The quality of 'my tobscro has gono
up revera) uegu-.-M. and he grinned.
"Just now buslnesi l.s fine," he
w-nt on. "People nre beginning to sit
outside the cifes again, nnd my men
pick up nil the fag ends on the side
walk. Another Bijund clrans up tho
mimic hall lounges early In the rndrn
Inp People smoke more than ever."
Out In the Latin quarter, Papa
flnijuante has a drying nnd sorting
shpd, where the cigar stubs are cut
mi nnd made Into pipe mixture, and
the cigarette ends are sifted and tur
ned Into new smokei. He pays from.
. cents to $1.25 a pound for tho
raw material, "according to quality,"
he says. '
(IVY MKRRILL VISITS.
Guy Merrill, who was In town yes
terday from the alfalfa city, says
that conditions there were never
Tlie jrrcat popularity of the Travel
ers InV COST Ounronteert liffl not
ifies N reflected in Ibo fact that dar
ing 1018 thl progronlve company Is
sued more than 9213,000,000 of new
life basfneoH. Ask Chileote Smith
about the XKW 1010 policies. 9-tt
Pntlic Xews latent Current Kvenls. ,
Admission 10 A 1ft cents Matinee
S.tlO. Kvenlngs 7:30 A 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUKHDAYH AND SATURDAYS
"THE PICK OP TIIK PIOTURKS"
H. W POOLE, Owner
BEAUTIFUL BILL IE RHODES
V MUTT and JEFF
"THE DOUGH BOY"
-i-t ,, . . rr rf-
Sunday and Monday
'TOYS OF FATE"
' THE GREAT NAZIMOVA
D moT 5! ' MR. HARRY BOREL
At thla Theater at
atao p. m. Musical Director
I ) M uypaHU4UiUMiaBBBBBJ
perlenrc In 1hu play, as an Kgyptlan
clairvoyant," rcmnrked Miss Marsh.
"It all seemed no wlerd, and, tho
I never for a moment forgot that It
was all acting, I must confess It got
on my nerves at first. Tlie wlerd
surroundings, the dimly lighted balls
and the sinister-looking Hindus
about tho place gave me moments of
uneiBlncss, but soon I was myself
again and found much that was
pleasing In the role, for ou know,
I've always wanted to play such a
In "Toys of Fate," starring the
great NnxJmova. which will be shown
at the Liberty theatre Sunday, the '
wonderful Russian star, has been de
clared io have surpassed her mar-
vnl.ma wnrli In hpr nrpvfniiit Srrppn
Classics, Inc., super-picture, "Revola-j
tlon." As a gypsy princess, Na-,
mova brings all the histrionic talent ,
which has made ber famous Into ef
Probably few photoplaya produced
In the last few years have developed
a more mysterious and enigmatic
character than that of Judith In
"False Ambition," portrayed by Alma
Rubens, and to be presented at the
Temple theatre on Sunday night.
Tbe daughter of humble people, j
Judith's ungovernable temper and
greed bring her to it he Big City where
ah establishes a fortune-telling .ta
lon which caters to and lures High '
Society. Her unscrupulous activities
culminate In her imnecuaatlon of
H If you are making Thrift a-habit; if'
you are regularly laying aside a reason
able portion of your earnings as-a-prep-aration
and also for use in case of
you are on the right road.
fl A Savings Account is just m afis
sary to bring success as it is to tfsN'fl:
adversity. v '
, First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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JKWKLKR AND OPTICIAN
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