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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1919)
TI'IIKIMV, MAY tl, 1IH
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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y, i Miir l your charm. 11
tllll fllCl'. Wllt'll II
ii y or streaked, Jiift mi
...Him ..r ln til Mint' aim mil.
Eur 'i.lii" "H oi'i'c-iiriuid' 11 him
ii ! vr 111 irri'i" ""'
n gel I'll riimoim 11111
,i bv llin addition or
t,tn for Mi tent n large
.11 fur UK'. II In lulled
nil Kiililiur I'niiipmitul.
i, tin depended upon (o
II. M MrFtidileil, sperliil riil'ri'Hrn
tntlvn of (tin KIIIkoii U'llllii I'hiiui.iir
Him Hiplmn wlm him h'eeii here com
pleting iirriiiiKi'iiii'iilN for llu big
('Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii left fur iiurtliiirn points
1I1U nieriiliu: Ho held 11 meeting wild
lliimii who are promoting the iiffiilr
hero Into ymliTiliiy afternoon.
. Mm. Henry Wilson, wife of Chief
Of I llllCI' Wllmitl. llllH KOMI! 10 l,oi
Angeles for 11 months visit with her
mother Mm M !:. drei'ii
Hoy I'roimt lull II1I11 iiiiirtiini:
Denver. Culoriiilo. lie Iiiin been
cenll.v illHrhurgi'il from the military
Mr. mill Mm It II. MiColliiin are
luirii from Kresiiu visiting ii 1I10
homo of Mr. mill Mm .1 II Mct'ollum
on Nlnlli Street They have come
for hiiri) with the Idea of p-muliilng pur-re-
niiirieiitly In Klamath County.
lure; X"1 '
Mile i'11 ""
Thi run '"
trlM bark " liniuriil color onil lu
Ktrryln " "WyoOiV Hnge
mil Sull'ln.r 1 mpiillilil now because
It drkni ' iuii"rully mill evenly
tMt iiuluiib .111 it'll ll lnu !" ip-
fiw, V" umpiy dampen 11 ihiiiki
er iit I""'1 ""'' " mul ,,r"w '''"
throucli i'"' ,,,,,r Iik oii' small
iirnl "t 11 "" by moriilng ll"' urnv
lilt hm irniin'.in.il. nml nfT an
other nt!l ''"U becomes I"1:' tl
fullrilrk nml appear Klonsy and Ins-troui.
Mr nml .Mrs. Waller ('nmpbull
hnvu returned in their homo on
HpniKUit Itlvnr nfliir 11 nhort vlnlt In
Marvin ('rutin, a prominent kIuck
man from Ilm Illy fcrllnn Id looking
alli'r IiiihIiii'hh ItitnrcHln In tlm County
mat for 11 fiiw ilnyn.
Mr. nml Mm. .Iuiiipn I'i'llon rniiii' 111
yniitiirilay for it Hlmrl vIhII from liuii.
I10111K In I lie W001! Itlvi'r Vulli'y.
V. II. CuiIiIi'hh, ilii ni'w irprltitor
ill KhkIm ltlili: Tiivitii Ih 11 IiiihIih'hk
vlHllnr In tlm County Hunt.
It. M. Aiiilcrmii In n kucnI at iliu
lloti'l Hall toilay from Sun KranclH
10. Mm. Mary Mnmrow In ilown for a
Hhorl vlnlt In tlm city from Chlloqiilii.
J. M. I'ttnr Ib lii-rc for u lmrt tlmn
tin in.'ittt'm of IiiikIiii'hh from Kort
Klamath. Ilu In a K 11 cat nt tin; Hotel
J I lllll.
Mm. Will (i. WIIhoii left today for
Canyon Clly In (Irani County, whuro
lit' has lii'un mllvtl hy thf hitIoiih III
iii'kh of Imr dlhti'r. Mm. Henry Her
hurnitr Hh uxpi'dH to b- roiiu about
Mm. Harry I). Wntem loft thU
inornlnK fur Iu")inimilr, whuru sha
Mm. May MrMiihon wan ainiiiu: tlm
tliiln nrrlvaln latt nli;ht from Oak-j cotiiluctii a millinery ittore.
laiMi. Mit ih Moppiun ai urn wniin
Itay Talliot in rt'Klntcri'il
Hntfl Hall from Illy toitay.
i:. H. TerwillKiir, who Iiiih heen in
.town for a few iliiyti. left thU mornliiR
at tlm for MrCloiiil, Cnlifornla. after which
I hit will Kt) to Hud llluff.
MiniH) A Xiimlii)' .May llh A. .1th.
Tlie HlU Mulrnl Spiflnrlo
"MV Wll.lllint I.IIII."
4(1 I'ci'pltv -J Sprt'tMl ( lit:
Jrr H ljuky l'rornli
Two Itcrln iff (SimmI Ctimnt)'.
.Mtxrt K, Smith I'rr-riilK
"A MOTHKIt'H SIX"
AUii A IIIk V. Ctimrtly.
AdmUnlon 1(1 A IK cet.M Mallnrc
230. KTrnlnca TiRO A 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUKttllAYH AND HATUUDAYH
Mr nml Mm. I). W. Crawford of
f'hllitiitii are uiiiimi; lodily'H vlitllnm
from tlm outiildii rountry illntrlctn. '
Mr. Ilolmrt H. Kry In htirn for a
Hhort tlmn from AIkoiiiii.
Churleii C, Cooper, who hnn heeti
hurt' fur a nhiirt time iiftur Inline ro
Irimeil frofii tlm military tiervlco, lert
on the train IliU innrnlnR for Snn
Mm. M, C. Nowlen left thin morn
Iiik for Wordeii after a nhiirt vlnlt In
A. I). Atldlnon, who hnn Junt re
covtirml from an extended lllnnnn hnn
left for Oakland and other California
pnlnl. where ho will upend nomo
Mm. I.. I). Fiddler and children
left thin m urn In for Yrcka after a
vlnlt In Klamath Palln.
Mm. II. II. CdmonclB left thin
inornlnK for Yrekn, called there by
the death of the youngest non of -Mr.
and Mm. Scott Howard, who tiled
thin inornlnK at 1 :3d.
W. i:. (irlfflth of Merrill wns
tilt) city on business yeHlertliiy.
(ieorKn llannnn left today for 8an
Franclnco of 1 01 a nhort hunlncnn vlnlt
In Klamath KoIIh.
Mr. and Mm. (!. II. Went enroe In
lant night from Mctlford fur a nhort
vlnlt. They aro ntopplnR at the Hall
Mr. and Mrn. Jesse Siemens are In
the, city from their ranch In Fort
Chan. McCarlle. a prominent nhcep
man of Illy la In tbe city on LuBlnesn
for a few days.
Mm. a. M. Tompktni and daughter
and Jan. Kline came In from Ilonan
xa on bunlneay yesterday.
SAY, JACK, LISTEN!
I've been boontlng thU Diamond
Tlm Vulcanizing company for
unit m while, anil II luNt Mriirk nin
Mr. and Mrn, W. 1). Citmpliell and lhM UKj,t to tell you nerlouxly junt
Mrs, II. K. Wlnnurd ciimt) In from what It In and wimclhln;: nlMiut It.
Ltirelln for a ihnrt vlnlt yontordiiy It w marled wvrral yrant ro bj-
will n.turn thin '""rut- nr.n- un -1.r,....K -....
will rtaurn fnll,wim,. ,..,., ,. H liiw the nerve,
tliut he Iiiin iiilileil tiullo 11 liuntli of
AXYWIIKHK IX TDK CITY
SAYS HOT WATER '
FROM THE LIVER
Everyone should drink hot water
with phosphate In It,
nlioeKtrlnirN to Hie liuslne nml he
keeps ntltliiiK. He recently took in n
partner In the liuslnt-ss, Kriink Sinllli,
nml I lie two tif 'em Kure make u
iliintly teatii. They tlo vulcanizing,
of course, anil hen I say I hey tlo
viileiiniliiK I meitn nil that Matr-
, meiil linpllfs. They may nut tlo It
itille its cheap n you can Kt't It
tlone, hut their work Mnnils up, ami
If hy any chance It ilnen not mct't e.
peiltl rotjulrejnenlH all you luno lo
tin Is lo lei 'em know anil if they
don't make It wc'iiare with you il will
lie Ihh'iiusi' they have hotli tlleil. All
ot her IhliiK, they tlon'l Klve (ll any
of thalliull con stuff. When you take
work there they will tell jou what
run lie tlone, nml what's more, they
call tlo It, ami still further, when It'H
I dime, it will be tlone ItlOHT. Don't
ever net the Idea that work Is so
scarce around Mini place that they
New City Laundry
WK t.TAKANTICK OUll AVOIIK
Khlrls and Collara Ijiiinilereil
H'o iiKo wash nllk, wool mid col
orcil Kimds very carefully. Try un
once and he ronvlucetl. Our price.
rorlKht, I'houo IS I,
127 Fourth Street
Iliu k uf I'lrst Xatloiial Hank
I'emi'iit Work of all Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
To feel an duo ns. tho proverbial
lldille, wo muni keep thu liver washed
clean, ami almost every morntiiK to
lireveiit Its BPtiKO.llto poroH from
cIokkIiik with liullRestlblo material, will take on any old Jon ami 1 in io
sour ...lo and po.nonouB ,.. By .- JW
noleil iiliynlclnn. )mli sj j;,st ij,.,.,, omt ,ur mliul
If you yet hiMtliichs, It's your liver. '!,,,,, j ( uny cnslnns or tubes
If you tutcli cold easily, It's your liver. I viilcmiUetl.
If vou wake up with 11 had tasto, fur- ''. J'"!. I.Men! 1 pleketl up The
,e,i ,onue. nasty breath or stomach "-jW J-', ;, "jM"
hecoiiu's rancid, It's your liver, ballow u,.,,,,, J(, (ou the man who
skin, muddy complexion, watery eyes, s("., to talk some. Well, II was llin
nil denote liver unclennllneas. Your; first lime I hud heard of him since lie
liver Is tho most Important, nlfo tho'l"lt III" Jl WashliiKton.
, , , , , . , llou't you know, I Ihlnk he Is 0110
most abused and noKlectocl orBnn of '(if ((u N,U.S, ,,;.,.. .iM ,..
the body. Kow know Ita function or ,,v Uhh ,.,,.,. produced, nml lie Is nl
liow lo roleaso tho dniumed-iip body w,'ty advocalliiK for chanue anil lie
waste, lillo mul toxins. Most folks I Hants Hie climiKe. WIiiii'n more, ho
.esort .0 V....cl ,a.o.ue.. which I. . . M; ZuXZ
iliiiiKorous, snllvntliiK cliomlcal which ,lhlM,If ;M,. ,, Mm.u.( t nihoeat.
can only bo used occiislonully booauso illK f,-,. siher In (he kIiiiIsuiiio free
It lucuinillntes III tbo tissues, nlso ut- lumli ilaysuf line youlli iIiiimi happy
lacks tho bones. '" "lien wi lenist.i . ..., .... .... -
At the Theaters
Viv'.ni Muriln, who plays the star
part In "t'lii'lulmeil flooils" has Ioiir
held n leiulliiK place In flint clrelea.
tnvliii; to Imr vivacity, niituralnenn
nnil rliildlik'i rliiirm. Ah a Paramount
star nlm has won hosts of ndmlrem
who Assert thul nlm In one of tlm most
(Iftl'Khifiil of all Bcret'ii nrri'Hsei, pos
ncnnltiK a nalvctte that Is Inimitable
und it cliarm of manner that Is Irre
sistible In Imr new picture nlm will portray
a. western role, tint of the drumhter
of a sheriff and her reiiiiirkahlo ex
litirli'iirn Ik that of lieltiK sent "by
exprenn" from one town to another,
t'ncln'med at Imr destination, she is
ilioul to In- sold at auction, when sho
Is re"iitl und ,a "hud man" mIu- hns
once befriended sacrifices his life In
her defense. "I'nrlnluieil (ioods" will
lie displayed ut tho Star Theatre to
nlKht. "The area l Victory, WIN011 or the
Kaiser? The Kail of the Holmnzol
lems " a powerful play ileallnc with
the Internatlonril events which have
decided the fate of the world, will he
the attraction at tho Liberty theatre
tonlcbt for a one day engagement
This Kreat Screen Classics, Inc. pro
duction shows the tragic and heroic
events of tho upheaval of nations
the went struggle and the final dear-ly-tmugbt
victory of the Allies. It
shows In vivid rontrast the difference
between tho upbringing and the
trnlnlng of Wilson and the Kaiser
drawing a' parallel of their lives at
various ages and showing how and
why their minds developed In diame
trically opposite directions making of
one a lofty and deep thinker to whom
self was last and his country first,
and the other who used his country
only for his own greed and aggran
dizement the acknowledged super
ogotlnt of the world.
The cant of players for thlsVproduc
tlon is composed of fifty-five stars of
the stage and screen who play the
Important characters while hundreds
of other noted players arq seen In
lesser roles. Such names as Frank
Currier, Henry Kolker, Joseph Kll
gotir. 'Fred C. Truesdell, Margaret
McWade, 'Earl Schenk, Fanny Cogan
and Pauline Dempsy are listed among
those who make the performance one
of unusual, and artistic value.
The story was written by Maxwell
Karger. adapted by June Mathls and
! A. S. I.e Vino, and directed by Chan.
. Miller under the personal supervision
of Maxwell Karger, director general
of tbe Metro studios.
A man's hatred of a faithless wife
wrecked on his son, Is the theme of
'"A Mother's Sin." the Vltograph
Blue Ribbon Feature, which will be
the attraction at the Temple Theatre
tonight. In this powerful drama writ
ten by Hilda Sharpo, the father, per
mits the son to go the pace, and then
when he Is hopelessly In debt, disin
herits him In the hope of gloating
over his disgrace. Hut the son thwarts
him to the extent of leaving the
country and the father dying realizes
tho great Injustice he has done. He
makes a new will which does not
conto to light for several years.
Meanwhile n profligate nephew
gets the estate and almost gets the
girl tho son loves, but finally the will
Is discovered and all turns out happ
ily. Tho picture Is replete with strong
situations which are well taken care
of by Knrlo Willlnms, the star, and
by Miriam Miles, Denton Vane, Ern
es'! Maupnln, Fred Peters, Charles
Horton, Louise Du 1're, and Eleanor
Every man and woman, sick or
liiella Willi 11 crook in M10 handle lie.
cause (hey fit tin (lie rail so nicely il
well, should drink each morning u-lws M, eonveiiietil to rornel where
font hroakfnst, n glass of hot w-ator ,ln,K ,.,, or late years it would
with n teaspooiiful or llinostono phos-' seem that ho has been ndvecatliit: hi-1
plinto In It. to wash from tho llvor nnil I ''. "' l; K'i'i-"1 l'lHi; !" "
milium 11, wii i,iiMi,in met ' I '" tritnt l,"K ,("' "iny
bowels the provlous day's Imllgoatlblo . M1I11,.llllir
mnlorlnl, tho poisons, sour bile nndlj.,,,, .ju Keuerally- find It in 1111 In
toxins; thiiB cleansing. 8WootoniiiRjhuio position and not lop or column,
ne.tt to leadliiK mailer .eiuicr nim.
AMKlllCAXK KILLED OVEKSEAS.
Call Van's Auto Service.
Van's phone number is the
TO as always 298-W. M'
und freshening tbo ontlro alimentary
canal hoforo puttliiB moro food Into
Llinostono phoflplmto does not re
strict tho illot llko calomol, becniiBo It
can not siillvnto, for It Is harmless and
you can ent nnythliiK nftorwnrds. It
is liioxpenslvo nml almost tiiBtoloss,
and any phnrmnclst will soil you a
umirtar pound, which Is Btilllclont for
:rf demonstration of liow hot water nml
llmostond )liosplmto cleans, stlmulntos
and froshotiB tho llvor, kcoplng you
fooling lit ilny In nnd dny out. Adv.
CHILEANS, Franco, May 0. Throe
Amiirlcan soldiers wero killed and
eight injured when a railroad train
lilt 11 motor truck, near horo.
SEOItETAKV HAKICIt HOME.
NEW YOKE, May C. Thu trans
port (leorgu Washington with Soory-,
tnry of War linker und MOO troops
has arrived from abroad,
A Drop On a
Instant relief! Then corn or
callus lifts off with fingers
Just think! You can lift
off any corn or callus with
out one twingo of pain.
A Cincinnati man dis
covered this ether com
pound and named It freez
one. Any ilruggist will
sell n tiny bottle of freez
one for very little cot.
You apply a. few ilrops ill-
iruilj til'iin a ii-uuui wuiii y
or callus. Instantly tho s
soreness disappears, then
shortly you will find tho
corn or callus so loose that
you can lift Is right off.
Ereez6no Is wonderful I
It dries Instantly. It
doesn't ent away the corn
or callus, but shrivels It
up without oven Irritating
Hard corns, soft corns, or corns4be
teen tho toes, ns well ns painful cal
Hises! lift light oft.. There is no pain
before or afterwards. . Ii soreness or
squirting. Women' should keep n tiny
bijttlp on tho dresser, nnd never let a
corn ncho.twIco.T Aivi 4 1
"THE I'ICK (IK THE I'KTt'UES"
H. W. Poole, Owner
Matinee Every Day
The Wonderful Seven Part Screen Classic
"THE GREAT VICTORY"
WILSON OR THE KAISER"
A Two-Part Peerless Comedy
Regular Prices, 10 and 20 Cents
SERVICE TODAY IS
Even if your car hag good treatment and excellent rare
it needs Inspection occasionally.
An expert who knows ever detail of a car's mechanuon,
of tire construction, who lives in an atmosphere of :uto
moblles and trucks, may locale some hidden weakutss
lha! may result in a serious breakdown.
In Ihe care of hard-working trucks, in the care of tires
that bear the brunt of road conditions regular Inspec
tion Is profitable insurance. Inspection today Is protec
tion against loss of tlmo tomorrow a chain is as-6frog
as Its weakest link.
AUTO BLUE BOOK
LET'S DEVELOP OUR
NOW that the government's needs are satisfied why
not turn tho remaining energy In the community to cap
italizing the resources of the Klamath country. By will
ing and working together we can make our output and
Income Increase accordingly.
Tho First National Dank Is always for legitimate de
velopment and expansion.
E, It. Ronmos President
L. F. Willlts Vice-I'resitleut
Leslie Hogors Cashier
A. M. Collier Asst.-Cashier
John M. Moore Asst.-Cashter
5fe First National Bank
A . .. . A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 1
V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V ' '
$1995 F. O. B., Klamath Falls
CAN YOU MATCH 1J AT ANY PRICE?
OLD STYLE EXHAI'ST SYSTEM
USED 11Y ALL CAUS EXCEPT
All cylinders exhaust into one
manifold nnd hoforo tho comple
tion of any exhaust period another
cylinder begins to exhaust. Tho
result Is that part of tho dead gas
In every cylinder Is trapped. With
tho old stylu siuglo oxhuust sys
tem, no cylinder ever takes In a
full charge of fresh mixture und1
tho fastor tho euglno runs tho.
lnrgor tho volumo of trapped gas.
This means wasto of fuel and 15
to 20 nor cent less nowor. V
$ ONE 427
.MOOIti: Ml'LTII'LE EXHAUST
SYSTEM, AX EXCLUSIVE KKA-
TUHE OK THE LEX1NUTON
With this ilevico, In tlp case of
a 6-cylinder engine, at least 0110
exhaust Is taking place all tho
tlmo, and nearly half tho tlmo two
cylinders are exhausting at tbo
snniu moment, hut Into DIFFER
ENT MANIFOLDS. Thus tho
Mooro Multiple Exhaust System
eliminates trapped gasses and in-
ireasus' power 22.8 per cent.
KLAMATH STAGE GARAGE $
.: " 1S7 SIXTH HTltEET X