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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Liberty Theatre I
Sunday and Monday, Aug. 10 and 11
THE GREAT ZANE GREY STORIES, STARRING
Riders of the Purple Sage
AND ITS SEQUEL
The Rainbow Trail
A big double show, giving you the opportunity to see the complete
story in one evening. The pictures will be run without interims-
1 sion. Come early to see the entire show. jh
Starting at 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Doors open
One-Half Hour Before Show Starts
At The Liberty
Famous Opera Singer of Metropol
itan Opera Company Heceives the
Same nations as Peasants of Italy,
FLORENCE, Italy, Aug, 0. Food
is now being allotted to Enrico Car
uso, opera singer of tre Metropoli
tan Opera Company of New York,
whose plcturebque Italian villa Is sit
uated on the heights of Signa-I.astra
nine miles from here, on the same
ratio as to the peasants in this sec
tion. The new deluxe American limous
ine ho imported was commandeerer
by the military authorities, while
the Italian motor car he owned was
requisitioned by the prefect of the
commune of Signa-Lastra, The work
committees of the district bad had
their eyes upon his villa for many
days and, when the outbreak against
the high cost of living occurred hero
q few weeks ago, made an inventory
of his cellar and pantry, told him he
had far too much for one man and his
small family to live upon and seized
some of the wine in his collar. Dqs-,
crlblng the affair SIgnor Caruso .said,
to the Associated Press correspond cerrespond correspend
ent: "I was visited by a distinguished
commission of men and women, con
veyed up these hills in two luxurious
automobiles decorated In red stream
ers. These read to mo my mode n
life in Italy and I have since been
forced to live under their mandates.
"You know we have not starved
here, though. We have had ene'ij:
to eat. We have divided our supplied1,
with the people in the red automo
biles and have managed to get alone1
I do not know Just what I will do in (
the future. I pay the Italian govern
ment more than a million lire taxes
year but I can ask for little protec
tion for my property. I have given
two year's work during the war to
the cause of the allies and, therefore,
to the cause of taly."
MANY CASES SETTLED
BY LAKEVIEW JUDGE
Under New Management
Specialists in Rebuilding and Recharging Storage
Batteries; also Repairing all Electrical Appliances.
Vulcanizing, Automobile Overhauling and Repairing
Machine Work. Tires and Accessories
During his stay hero Judge Conn,
of Lakeview, claared up the- court
docket to some extent.
Judgment was awarded to the First
State and Savings Dank against John
and rtose Knott In the sum of $91.1.
89 as well as a lien on all land des
cribed in thn complaint. In tho case
of the First State and Savings ban''
versus R. S. Van Campen, judgment
was given the bank in tho sum of
$4,900.70. To raise this hum cirs
owned by Van Campon are to be sold
John Siemens in his case against
Frank and Charles Kester was glv""
a favorable decision, the judgment
being $360. If. and $309.13.
Tho case of tho Oregon-Callfornln
and Eastern Railroad company
against Charles Uurgdorff was d'
missed nnd will bo settled out of
court, Tho suit Included a dispute ov
er a railroad right of way,
Lowengart versus A, L. Bradley
settled their differences nnd the
Judge dismissed the caso.
Luke E. Walker secured judgment
against A, J, McOunna for $280.
One of tho biggest shows of tho
year comes to tho Liberty Sunday
and Monday, Tho two popular Zano
Grey pictures, "The Riders of tho
Purple Sage" nnd "Tho Rainbow
Trail" will both be shown as ono
program and sinco the latter is tho
.sequel to tho former tho entire play
will bo very interesting, William
Farnum is the star In both pictures,
and as this will bo tho last tlmo these
pictures will be seon hero anyono who
failed to see either of these pictures
when they wero shown here boforo
should iHmlss this opportunity. It
At the Theatres
Hiwdo lliirrlsc.ilo, tho blonde cmo-
tiomil star who appears at the Mhaitv
T.uiitiT today In a film pmlnt Hon
of tho Kathleen Norrls best-seller.
"The Heart of Racltnel." wears twon-ty-two
modish costumes during the
course of tho picture, Trim enough,
homo of them are oMteuioly simple,
but as tho play dials with modem
fashionable society, nil of tho star's
costumes are of the very litest styles:
the sort used by Now York's smart
A large supporting cast of splendid
ly appareled men and women appear
with the star In the society scenes ot
the picture. The noel and Its screen
version shows, during the unfolding
of Its plot and Its poignant human
situations, oveiy phase of social life
for which different costumes am ne
cessary The result Is n groat variety,
showing the diverse tastes of tho In
dividuals In dressing correctly for
tho country club, the theatro, the
.street, tho forunl dinner, and the
other regular functions. And f lii'.illv.
a tounch or tho blrurro and barbaric
Is added In the infinite vulloty of
costumes used at the bal masque,
where tho society belles and their es
corts come out In all manner of gro
tesque apparel, from tho cave mnn's
earliest fads to futuristic garb which
may, or may not be useil'a century
or so hence
Readers of Zano Crey'.s novels will
lie Interested in tlm announcement
that Ills most famous book, "Riders
of the Purple Sage," has been plctur
Ized for the riluis nnd will bu shown
In graphic form for two days, begin
ning Sunday at the Liberty Theatre,
with William Farnum. the dynamic
star, pluylng the part of l.asslter.
The story hns to deal with several
startling Incidents t' at occurred in
I'tali, In the earlv days of the Mor
mon settlement. Ucglnnlng with tho
abduction of u girl by one of the pow
erful dlgnltatles of tlio .Mormon
Church, the picture reveals the hunt
of the girl's brother through the
years for the man wlro wronged her.
the tremendous power of tho elders
of the cult over their followers, and
the final accounting at tho hands of
This picture will be followed by
"The Rainbow Trail," orro of tlm
best and mint popular Western stor
ies, was written by Zarin (trey, and
tire action centers In and about the
wilds of the Arizona desert. The scen
s settings aru said to be of unsurpas
sed beauty arrd Include thn famous
cliff dwolllngs, the painted desort
and the famed Grand Canyorr of Arizona.
The story Is full of dramatic situ
ation. and show Farnum as thu fam
ous I.ussiter and also In tho character
"Tho Rainbow Trail" Is a sequel to
"Riders of the Purple Sage."
Laugh and thu world laughs with
you. This Is a saying old .u the hills,
but it i's applicable to 'A Nino O'clock
Town," the latest I'arumount picture
starring Charles Ray, which Is to be
uhnwn at the Temple theatro Sunday.
This is a comedy drama of unusuai
merit and Is said to be ono of the fin
est turned out by tho Thomas II. luce
producing staff In many months.
Tho story deals with a young man
Mho is the sou of u merchant in an
inland city. He lias advanced ideas re
garding the management of tho "Em
porium" which do not mcut with tho
approval of his father, nnd tho result
W of dlsagi cement, Tho young man
goes to Now York, moots with sundry
adventures und loses his position Just
as his father wires him to como homo
und look after the store.
Ho readily complies with this com
mand and tho "Emporium" is trans
formed. Ho employs n corsot model
and things really happen after Hint.
Ho Is threatened by u woman uric!
her alleged husband who sock to
blackmail him und is providentially
saved from disgrace, though Innocent
of wrongdoing, Thoro is comedy In
every foot of tho picture comedy
that will make you scream with
laughter and thrill with anticipation
as each now scene. Is unfolded on the
HAY REACHES HIGH
llELFNA, Mont., Aug 9. Illi't
prlres ot bay In this state makes oven
more serious the xltuiUlon presented
to farmers of Montana by tho s'Mir
dtv of feed on account of dry weather
this summer, liny Is selling here for
$27 in large quantities, and It Is re
ported that In some sections of the
state the price has reached $10
At a meeting held recently at Great
Falls, stockmen and ranchers of that
romitv decided to cul Minnesota hay
with their own crews and oiulpmcnt
and ship It to tills state. Tho local
farm bureau will have charge of tlm
work A committed has gone to Min
nesota to arrange for tho purchase of
the bsv In the field.
At Roundup tlm commercial club
ha Inaugurated a plan of buvlng linv
In iiirload lota und reselling it to
farmers at cost.
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ed to put In glass from the ntnnllcst pnno to tlm largest plate gUu
store front nlso windshields, hoadllghts, mirrors, ru nllverlns .
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E. C. STUCKY
1140 MAIN STREET.
We Clean, Press and Repair
From a Heavy Suit to Flimsy Lingerie. We
re-block Hats, and call for and deliver your
Klamath Dye Works
431 Main St
TO THE BUSY BUSINESS MAN THE
OFFERS AN AVENUE TO SAVE
MOMENTS EVERY DAY
You may be too busy to go to your home
at noon. In assortment of foods, their
preparation and the serving, The Jewel
has no parallel outside the larger cities.
Most certainly The Jewel merits your
THE JEWEL CAFE
Jesse Bailey, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St.
On account of car shortago wo will
sell blocks at $2. GO per cord at our
factory until furthor notico. Now Is
the time to got In your winter blocks,
17-tf. Kwauna Box Co.
"mowing off tho foam" is tho title
given by thu Helix Advocate to the
official song for tho wet campaign.
i Get Your Winter Wood Now!
For a limited time I will sell you your winter wood
I at the following amazing prices :
DOUBLE LOAD BLOCKS $450
GREEN SLABS $3.50 1
W. E. SEEHORN CO.
X 622 Main.
Let us make up your pool car Murphey's Feed & Seed Stori
i he price is right
126 South Sixth St