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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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.Af fAe Theatres
Acclaimed .is oiu of the finest mo
tion picture productions m this ooun
try In oars. Logo's Conquest ' bas
ed upon Olsmnnd.i.' tho celebrated
play lij Victorian Sardou. which Is'
the second starring t chide in P.ir.t
mount pictures for Mmt1. Catnllorl.
tho famous operatic star, will lo seen
at the Star Theatre tonight.
Kor this production many l.iv'sh
nettings were erected. Includln.; 'he
palace of Glsmonda. the church c.nd
the content In the representation of
tho various scenes, some highly artl
tho mob effects hao been deUsod hy
Kit ward Jose, tho director, who hand
led seteru thousand men and won
en ut' the highest skill
In ilu lon-tiurtot ..f thce im
mense sets, solid buildings wore
erected on heay foundations, cover
ed with concrete, and cement. This
solidity was necessary In order to'
preent titration and Insure the best I
photographic results. The ccono of
the content and the adjoining ce:iu
tery. where (llsniouda spends mill It J
of lier time praying for guidance In )
the affairs of stale which engage,
her attention, is exceptionally beauti
titsiuonda Is a ronusiious character
of which Mme Cavallorl, superbly en
t'owed with beauty and talent, mako
the most. The scene where Almerlo
re: cues tho child from the lion Is said i
to be one of the most thrilling errr
I , lined
"111 .so.ireh or Art itd.' the latest
production start In tho mirthful
llillle Ithodes, Is a screen adaptation i
of the sloiy of the same name by the ,
popular writer of fiction. Nina Wlleov '
Putnam. Miss I'utnum tuts written1
many successful not els and Is a tegu
lar contributor to Tho Saturdat lite
"In search of Arcadt" Is regarded
as the most entertaining of her books
and has hud a record-breaking sale
The popularity of the story argues
well for the leceptlon accorded the
picture, while those who enjo.ted the
fascinating stor) will not be dlsap
pointed when they see It on the(
l Hat nlinliK n r r I Ii. ti n
lolni i ii i Ii i" sii ! I in '
tainli k the humorous and dratnntlo
Kllon m s and at the same time glv
lug n p I'lorlal setting whlih onlum
cs t'le delli. Hful uimedt lit Its,
sheei li'atlt) .and A rend Inn n'liins-
As Marbara Chi. hostel, the Piettt
iiiadi ip daiighlni of an American
millionaire, who detests ant man
with a title altarhed lo tils monicker
gois a-(!tpNtlttg null iinwltllliglt
falls III lote ltti n leal Kngllsh eurl
who 1 1 tratellug' as a peddlei .Miss
fthodi's bus n charming role tNlilrii
suits her iidinlialilt The production
Is the best the tit acinus llltle star
has made since "Hoop la' It was
produced by National Kllin t'orporu
ii in ami 1 1 Ira -oil lit Cihllillnrn Mtlt
ii ii M lln I Hiettt l.iuiRbt
, llnaiitlful ihotograpli lend'
i Ilium to "The lleloted Impostor."
the Vlingniph llluo Itlbboii IV.ituru,
w lilt Ii will bo seen III the Temple
Tliealie on tonight
Most ol the scenes are laid In the
Southland, and Director Joseph (Ilea
sou look hl entire company tnero,
mid their are shown fluo old man
sions and unlet, restful stleeln The
slot) Itself Is an illuming game of
Hearts III which (ilads Leslie has
the stellar role, supported by Hunt
let llordou IVnton Vane. Mrs llur
le . I'runce Orant, and Owen Williams
A Man In i .
I lilted I'l. nil.. ,,, lu
llig III Willi Ii liii,i, i ,,, m'
allied us Stilting ti,,,,,,
nn adaptation made r..i ii,
Jlnin linger I'n,, ,,1, 11(lhl t
inniiiiu'ii or the aniui. m ,
I lie action or lb,. ,,,
a thrilling shlpm,., i,
u lib w bat U ii,,.. ni....i
series of swlrtlt ,, ,,"
rall.-... l. p.-r . , ,-1MUlfi
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or the plat A ra.cliiaiinr
Is said to keep (lie audi..,,,,, Kl n.
" ' '"l snliitl,,,, ,, , ,h,
A Man In The iii,.t ,
the Mlmrt) 'I'll.-iti - ,ii, ,
"When Johnny comes marching
home again, hurrah"
HPHE old marching song of a generation ago,
may be made to serve again, with a United
Country to sing it. The words may be different;
but the spirit of welcome to brave fighting men is
Home from the battlefields of Europe; home
from the training camps; from the variaus and
useful service which they have rendered.
They bring fresh glory to our country; they
have offered their lives for a great cause; we pay
them our tribute of praise and honor.
And those who don't "come marching home
again;1' they must live in our memory; the world,
which their supreme sacrifice has made better
and safer, must not forget them.
Let Us Welcome the Living and Reverence the Dead
"I Ain't Mad at Nobody
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