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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Klamath (minty News
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M Itlurklilirii mill Aulirev
Tinker left mi Ill" Inilii thin morning
M" ",'"'" ' ' " . ,. . f..r Portland
fliicklnii alifnrnlji, where lhe will,
Work Iiiih begun 'it"-" mure mi iln
irrlffullnr iIIIi-Ih'h hi mind llnnaimi.
unilT miliTVlHn nl Mr. ('Iilldmi.
Klf.Mli Krii'l" ' iiiiiIiiiiI!ii'ii
l,-ii clvt'ii at Miiiiiumi liy .Mr
llllll Mm W M Mr I til ii. Ii .. r..
hero fur II Hluirt vili frnlii l'..rt l .1. I
I They lire clients ul ihii Vliii- I'fllnni
Mth Marie Ileal i, who wim iiiii rrl ! !!
here IiimI week, loft nti tin- train thlm ,. .... ,.,,.
. . . . ... I I'l-nnlH Of iinnnrnm I II Denne v
morning to Join her husband Alvnrii ,, ,, . , ,,
.,,,, . , . "r' " ro rnmi Merrill on matters of
Ileal Mr llenls him nrreptei a pim - . . ...
1 IiiimIiii'bm Imliiy
tliin In tlin offli't or tln Holt Miiiiu-j
fin luring Coiiipiiiiy ii( Kliii'ktiiii, Cull-, Charles lltixton. It I) KMhI nnd
,"r"1" J I O Williams art- recent arrivals
u ,. .. , ... - . . , iflom llrm-kuav. Oregon They are
S I lulv Iiiih eft fur I. ox Atu-nlex
, . ... ,. , slicing at the Hotel Hall
I.imn'iici' Maxwell Ik mining iih after a visit at the home of 111 h mm i:
one- mere IniUiiK teliirne.l from did) i.r the Illy district i: Johnson wna iimmir the train
l'aaliliiKl'i ' , ,, ,, , , iirrlvulH last nIkIiI from Hoeburg
' Vint l't fttiltlntil Aliiv I(.iIii.v,.mIiIi
- - - op mi in- tiniri(iiii
yeHtenlay of the California, Oregon Power Com-1 MIhh ('.rare Drlxroll rrlet last
1'iiny him retnrneil to Hun I'riinrlsro evening from K-ilem.
niter n abort hiiHluenx IhII here ,
Mr II Nnwton mill daughter
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r -. iioiiii wan ii paHftenger llll mo "im. ....... r,w...- ... s-,..,..,.,. ,, , urn
trnlti thin morning for Han rrunclsi-fi "' ""UI two weeks with friends mnl
(nun i in
Hohert I." Hlllltll mill l.llMlleillint It
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i- ii in Ki'iiilull were among the train " " " m-kiki't-h hi me
Mr ami Mm Ollhert Harrison were arrHnli IiikI nU'ht They haven rol-i11"" """'l ""'"V f Weed. Call-
hcrr Thiimilny from their ranch lection of troihlen which they will fornla
show at l.nkevlew. where the people' .. ,, ..,. . . .,,, ,..,.
known rexlilentH of Klnmath PuIIh
have rettirncd to thin city after itevcr
ii ! montliH renlilence In California ami
expect to remain here They an
nounce t hi-1 their hoii. Lawrence Ih
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I Will MONTH tIIUll,7.-.0.
HA I. KM. May 17 Kin- Iowa In
Oreitoti oiitnlile of I'ortlanil totalled
$1211 T'.o for the month of April, nc
rnrillriK to a report homed hy Harvey
Wi'IIh. Htnln fire mrfrNhiil. Tuenilay
The iniint Kerliina fire of the month
wan Hint at Klamath KiiIIh In which a
hotel and adjacent htilldliiKH were
hunied, 'nlalllni; a Iosh of tCO.OOM.
Koi.ciniis tkooi's aiiv.wci:.
MKJtM:. May 1C The troops of
Admiral Kolchad have captured Snm
ura. the I'kr.'ilnlnn Prenn llure'iu re-portN
At the Theaters
I, It lltirk lelurned
from KhiiuiiHi KnllH where he Illii
brrn fr a few iluya.
Mini I'hireiire Mniwell
from Illy Ucdnemluy.
Mr Warren waa In llonnn-
ii )rtenln from Illy
Bhow tit l.akevlew. where the people
Mr J l lletiaton waa In lloummi time pot hml the opportunity of mcc
oday mi liualmwa ' Iiik the trophln tralnn
The Biggest Thing
THE CHURCH HAS UNDERTAKEN
CENTENARY MOVEMENT W O R L D
RECONSTRUCTION THE DRIVE IS ON
We are going "Over the Top."
Hear about it at the Methodist Church,
corner Tenth and High street, Sunday morn
ing at 1 1 o'clock.
Big banquet Thursday evening at the
Church. Members of the church, members
of the congregation and friendly citizens
are invited to the banquet, to hear the re
turns of the drive. Will have many good
things to eat
Sunday and Monday
MONDAY, MAY 18 AND 19
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i fo-RAF FLEPIE AMATEURCRACKSMAN"
The Most Popular of All Stage Stars in the
Thrilling Detective Drama That Has Blazed Its Way
to hvery Corner of the Universe.
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wmmam ; '
Levi McDonnld hna returned to the
city after npondlnK aliout a month In
Hid wooiIh crulalnK limber
John O'Shen nnd John O'I.eury are
'cmoiiK the county neat viHltora today
from the Malln section.
J C Exllno of the I'nlted States
Ilureuu of Animal Industry la In
Klnmath FalU for a short time on
mnttcra of official buclnen He la
atopplng at the White i'ellcun Hotel
C. F. Fllnn and W. . Ilrndley of
tho Chlloquln Lumber Company are
down from tho Heaervatlon today on
mattem of burlnesa.
Ilert Wltbrow of the Klamath
County Abatract Company baa return
ed from California where he ha been
for the paat month. He announcea
that he hna been in the woods and ha
had a fine trip.
Mra. Nancy Obenchaln. Mm. O. R.
Iankey and Miss Kather I'nnkey '.oft
this inornlnR (or Contrnl T'oint after
a two weokB visit with relatives hera.
Mrs. J H. nrlfflth nnd daughter
Marie left on the train thl morning
I for Hllllnr.s, Montana, where they e-
pect to visit relatives for the next
. K. P, Hedlout and family are here
from Anlloch. They are talents at tho
I Hull Hotel.
Miss Hnttle Hnmersley left this
mnminK for Fort Jones Cullfornlt,
whuro hIio has been called b the Ill
ness of her mother.
Mrs. H. I). Ilrlscop is a county sent
visitor from Fort Klnmath today rfhu
h roKlstered at tho Hotel Hnll
l'eto Jones, n well known Klnmnth
Falls boy lias returned to this city,
hnvltiK recently been dischnrKed from
tho Military Service.
The fermentation of
food between the
teeth produces acid
mouth. This acid dis
solves the lime salts
of the teeth, exposing
the dentine to the ac
tion of microbes
which rapidly destroy
the teeth structure.
will prevent acid
mouth and destroy all
germs. It is the ideal
dentifrice for persons
of all ages.
The falllni; of an aeroplane to
i"ir!i is one of the scnratloiiil feat
ure" that starts the tangled thread of
r'-uance In Ilesi'e lliirrfacul ' I'.irr'
ta Tin). ".Maid " the Storm ' . tch
comes to the Liberty Thentre tod'iy
only To Miss Ilarrlscale, as u little
Klrl In a Scotch fishing village, this
aeroplane drops, most unceremoni
ously -a most Interesting "bird-man"
to brighten the drab tone of the
shore folk life. As a charlo of ro
mance, therefore. It Is very essential
to the production, as well as a feature
which will add a thrill to the picture.
One of the most virile photoplays
seen here In many months, Is Cecil
1 II. Dp Mllln's superb Artcraft produc
I Hon of "The Squaw Man" which Is
on view at tho Star Theatre tonight.
It Is a splendid photoplay, a plcturl
I zation of Kdwln Milton Royle's fam
ous stage usccess of tho same name.
The various roles are portrayed by an
all star cast of players, headed by
Elliott Dexter, and Ann Little.
Who la tho "wickedest woman In
Paris?" Theda Bara.
It Is in this role that she appears
In her latest super-production, "The
Light." which opens tomorrow at tho
Liberty Theatre. Here Miss Bara por
trays a woman who laughs In the face
of the misery of Paris In recent years.
While other women sacrifice them
selves she becomes entangled In num
erous love affairs and lives a life ot
But misery must leave Its scar,
oven upon the heart of a notorious
woman. She finds the salvation of her
soul In her compassion for a blinded
soldier. He teaches her the lesson of
sacrifice and noble devotion. For
his sake she deserts her old haunts
I nnd her old associates. She sees duty
at last and obeys Its summons by car-1
Ing tenderly for tho blind hero and
' bringing light Into his life.
Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman,
begins his career of stealing from the
rich to give to tho poor by securing
the valuable Hose Penrl while on
i shlpbonrd. Here he meets Mrs. Vldnl, i
' who falls violently in love with him. '
Later Raffles Is the center of nn ad-
' miring group at the club, and ho Is
i Induced to Join tho cricket team, '
enabling them to win an Important
i match. Much talk of the Amateur
, Cracksman Is going about, and when
n number of people nro Invited to a
house party at Lord Amersteth's, a
valunblo necklace Is shown, During
the night n burglnr attempts to steal
' this, but Ilafflos stops him nnd gets
the jewels. Captain Bedford Is sot
on the trnll of tho Ainatour Cracks-1
man. He suspects Raffles, nnd Raf-1
fles knows it From then on until the
i end there nre ninny Interesting In
cidents relative to tho way Rnfflcs
has the Joweis In his possession whet
ho wants thorn ami gets rid of them
i when ho does not. Incidentally Mis.
j Vldnl attempts to tell what sho known
of Raffles, but his stronger will in-
, vents hor from doing so. Finally, e-.-
I planntlons are made that nro satis
factory nil around and the absorbing '
j drama ends. At tho Star Theatre Sun-!
I day nnd Monday. i
A mystery drnmn, "Tho Gray l'nrr-1
sol," Is tho attraction scheduled tn be
played nt tho Tomplo theatre on Si.it- J
ony nignt. (.'iniro Anderson, the "l"',
or nnd lively Trlnnglo star, plays tho
lead, supported by Wellington Cross,
tho woll known Broadway mui-orl
As Hamilton Hill, Wellington Cross
Is called upon to do soino terrific
fighting nnd tall thinking to prevent
Clniro Anderson's kidnapper and en
emies from encompassing their mds.
Fred Jackson, tho woll knov n
Broadway playwright nnd maKaMnq
writer, is tho author of this lUo mys
tery drnmn, which was directed by
tho famous Lawrence Wlmlom
W'v KLAMATH FALLS OREOOMTn?''!
, lu-ftnrtin ruxa urctuunTRo
"TIIK PICK OF Till: I'HTUKES"
H. W. Poole, Ovner
Matinee Every Day
BEAUTIFUL BESSIE BARRISCALE
"MAID O' THE STORM"
MUTT AND JEFF
"Hitting the High Spots"
International Weekly News The Latest
Sunday and Monday
Theda Bara's Greatest Picture
Running a car season after season without having It
touched by a skilled mechanic Is often considered a point
of great merit In the car. But generally cars that aren't
looked after one a year go to pieces all of a sudden some
day and the owner canH understand why.
The reason Is that the car was full of little bits of
trouble all the time. They kept accumulating, but didn't
affect the car's operation. Then all of a sudden they all
grew big at once and the end came.
After every season, especially one such as we have
just had, your car should be looked over and at least
It Is our suggestion that you bring it to our shop, let
our mechanics' Inspect it and advise you as to Its condition.
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