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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
E. J. MURRAT,
JAMES S. SHEEHY
brlRaudngu under tho forms of taw,
but It Is high ttmo for civilisation to
call a halt and for tho United States
to execute Its mandate Mexico
MAHTIAIj IjAW IN OltDKIt.
COPENHAOKN, ur. 21. Martial
law has boon proclaimed thruout Hun-
stands in as dlro need of rescue from carta, acconlliiR to n Iludapest dls-
sivaRcry and plunder as Turkey has, patch recolvod hero today.
si rod. nml tlm illffuriMirn lietwennl
rnrrnMn nnrl Hnvor nrnt.nt.K- c.n.l TIlO tUBks Of tl0 African elephants
III: AWAHDKP I Ktrl porformnrs In tho Unltod States jure up for tlm roninir m7 -
H'NIM'I' NTAHS t tho tenth annual Hound-Up which . kIiik ovonts. ClnunnL . Wll
Tk. . itahlnr romnnnv nf slsts only In n difference between the sometimes weigh ns much as n huif
Klamath-Falls, nt 115 Pourth Street, dates at which their marauding an- ,,re1 l,n"ni18 ni1 rcnch " 'tiKth of
cestors started from Central Asia. - c,G,lt "r n,no ,00tv
Entered at tho uostofflco at Klam- nrm-o,inn
th Palls, Ore., for transmission thru
the malls as sccond-clats matter.
1110 1'IMZKM Wlli'
to i'knim:to. nor
PENDIilJTON, .Ore., Aug.. 21.- i opens September 1 8 and rloses Sop- rangn and show in iw ... 'l
(lold and silver belts, silver studded tember 20. Tho l'ollco (Intotto bolt compete for ih reclgnli.j 111
saddles and coin of the realm In lnr- for tho wnrld'a champion cowboy Is ichamploiiHlilp tillo M !
Kor quantities than ever befoto urn again In compotltlon and throo silver
nttractlm; tho best cowboy and cow-
studded saddles, olio valued nt MOO
llest yet. t.r,i Wwt Afc
Subscription terras by mall to any
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Member of Iho .socltel Pros
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it int lneutrts
Clara Kimball Youns and Her Own
Company will bo seen nt tho Star I
entitled to the use for republication Theatre tonight, in her latest Select '
Picture. Cheating Cheaters," -i film '
adaptation of tho famous Broadway '
tinge success of tho same name !
i "Cheating Cboiturs" In one of tho.
most unusual playi eor produced on ',
either stage or screen. In It XIIhs
Young has tho rolo tf n clovor secret
service operative, who apparently l,
a member of n f ut:ou& band of crooks j
As the leader of T.io band she plans
to rob the home of tho supposedly
wealthy Palmers, hut at tho last mln-
mite she learns th.H tho Palmers al
so are crooks, and aro themselves
planning to rob the llrocktons, tho
nnnievhich the ti st 1 and has tnktt. '
There is a general nl-up of families
of nil news dispatches credited to It
or not otherwise credited in this pa
per, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein aro also reserv
ed. TUl'llSDAY, At OUST gl. 1011).
ACTIO.V IX MEXICO
Having suffered the humiliation
of being obliged to pay a ransom for
the lives of two American army otll
cers who were forced by some mis
hap " to land on tho presumably
friendly soli of Mexico, the govern
ment of the Unltod States calls upon crooVs am, geem pcop,0 bul
Mexico for immediate adequate ac- n U)0 em, UljnKS MQ Bmoothor out
tlon." Its own action in Immediate- am, tho seed of unusua, romtmco
,ly sending the 515,000 s.eems to be t.,tes root
tho only thin;; that is adequate, au-l
-at that the government had to race s,,lnm In his nlrm cireer Jin
with a meeting of Texas cowboys to Houso ietcrs been glven tne 0ppor-
decide which should be first to get tunity to rise to the heights of insplr-
the money Into the hands of the ban- e(l emotional acting ho reaches n
dlts. Tho government having neg- The Forfeit," which will be shown,
lected to fight in defense of Ame'ri- for ti10 flrst time tonight at tho Lib-
can citizens.' tho cowboys had good t.rty Theatre. Repressed, yet throbe-!
cause to doubt whether it would pay nR with tho outraged emotions of a
a ransom for them. Jnan whose love and faith In lifo nru
Secretary Lansing's demand torn by the revelation tint his wlfj,
sounds peremptory, but not more so though innocent, ha sent his yoitni?
than several other notes which aave brother to a crlmitnl's grave, the rop
gone to Mexico The killing of ular star portrays tho role In a grif
Americaus and the wrecking and ping manner.
confiscation of their property went The story concerns "Jeff" Master'
on regardless of notes, regardless, who assumes his mother's maiden
also, of the fact that Carranza's has name when disinherited by an unre.is
been reccgniied as a fully estab- omble father, goes Into tho calile
lished. orderly, civilized government, country, and, In time, amasses a f jr
whlch It Is not. However, the tone num. A weak younger brother, Uob.
of the last preceding note is such as Is also cast out when he marries
to raise hope that at last President against his father'? wishes.
Wilson is about to do his plain duty Two Year's later, unknown to his
which is to defend the lives and the wife. Dob is the leader of a notorious
property of Americans abroad as Bnns of cattle thieves. She. reared on
well as at home. 'he lap of luxury, tires of their pov-
He entered on the policy of watch- erty- she flnds tho hiding place of
ful waiting until the Mexicans hid tne rustlers, rccet.-es the $10,000 le
completed the process of self-deter- ward and learns, after he has bee.i
mlnatibn In their own peculiar, rev- hanged, her husband's connection ,
olutionary way. In fact, several w,th tne Bang.
rival bandit chiefs, whose forces She meets and marries the bro- e-.
nrohahlv at no time exceeded 1 ner Jeff- four yea 'a'er- Neither .'s
Popular .In Orchestra
Featuring Special Music
Willi the Pictures,
Hex Stratum. Pianist.
Select PIctHies Present
CIiAltA KIMIIAMj YOl'XG
Ami Her Own Company
A Plaj of Tin Ills and lot
Tho IteeU of ICejstonn Comedy
"The .Mnile Star"
Ailtul .luu to V U.- reins
Hours open at 7 p. in.
"THK MTTI.i: HOWDY"
Patlic Xnis l.mct Current Hieuts.
Ami ii lijilllln.'miil ('iiiiiiily.
It Is a Losing Proposition to Use the
Cheaper Grades of
Winnck"s Special Flour is made of selected hard wheat, is equal
to any hard wheat flour on the market, and at a price that saves
you money. Only, the sack
Pears for C
Admission Million- to .v- I." cents
i:cnlngs to & 1:0 rnili
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TfTKNIIAVS AND $ATHKI)AYH
cent of the population, fought to de-
aware of the other's relation to Oob.
cide which of them should have the Wnen the trutn ,9 revealed a grip
ping situation present.' Itself. To div
ulge the climax of the story would bo
unfair. It can best be appreciated
exclusive right to rob the other 99
per cent. Carranza won, was recog
nizzed as president, and It was sup
posed that watchful waiting had
During that agonizing process
hundreds of Americans were murder
ed or subjected to unspeakable out
rage, more often by Carranza's ad
herents than by others. The rail
roads, oil wells, mines, ranches, in
dustries, which had brought prosper
ity to Mexico and had lifted the peon
when seen on the screen at thd Lib
erty Theatre tonight. (
Another of the excellent Triangle
features will be fhown at the Tem-i
pie Theatre tonight, when the bright
little comedy star, Hazel Daly, feat-'
ured with Svdney Alnsworth, appear.! '
In "The Little Rowdy." j
This picture Is based on a story by
"nrrv Beaumont, who also directed .
irom senuoui iu some apjiruacn io tne pctrej and ,)0rtray8 tne ,iarln,
comfort, were wrecked in whole or ntntnita nf .-. nm hnv,ion .t,D rf9...h. !
in part. When American troops went ,er of a millionaire who-Is expelled
in pursuit of Carrana's enemy, VII- from school after the haB disgrace.
la they were ambushed by Carran- hsrsHf in the eyes nf one Miss Elliott
za's soldiers. Hut nothing effective Brimful nf life nml vltnlltv uhu
was done. American troops fwice completely wins ovur her parents.'
entered Mexico, but they came out who know not hciw to discipline their J
empty handed. unruly daughter whoso pranks 1
When we were drawn Into the threaten to lead hei along the paths '
world war, Carranza repaid our for- that end In dlsas'. j
bearance by harboring all the Ger- .
mans and pro-Germans who fled for KI'KS COXVKXTIOX COMMITTER. '
shelter, by permitting his country to ,,. . i
be made the center cf German Intrl- ffijKVW&i
gue for tho entire American hemis to take this means of expressing our
puere, and by threatening to shut off aPPreciation.
the supply of oil for the American Mr' and Mra' Fre(1 ""eslng. '
and British navies. Since the war -
ended ho has begun to carry out
plans to systematize and legalize the
process of robbery in which he ex
celled rival bandits. Americans are
murdered every few diys, the mur
derers are never captured and are
usually soldiers or omtlals of Car
ranza. Hut Carranza pretends to
pursue them and to have established
peace and order in three-fourths of
- Tho farce Is played out. Tho Mex
icans have not been fighting to de
cide by whom and how they shall be
governed. , The rival revolutionary
chiefs have been fighting to' decide
which of them shall ravago a dero
llct country, and 99 per cent of tho
reoplo. In tho words of Secretary
Daniels, have thanked God they were
ullve .though It Is doubtful whether
they had good cause for such thank
fulness. The land Is full of the ruins
of what Americans had done for It,
und tho progress of a full generation 1
ban been wiped out.
Carranza plans to continue his .
It Is easy to understand why
women are so fond of rings
when one looks over the
many beautiful patterns we i
Illrthstones and m3ny other
semi-precious and precious
Jewels aro shown In cxuitis-
j Ho mountings of gold nnd
You will enjoy very much
seeing this wonderful dis
play of rings, and we invite
you to do so, whether you
Intend to purchase or not
Frank M. Upp
fill Main St.
Official S. P. Watch
You should can your Tears NOW; don't delay, for, like all fruit,
tho pear crop will be bought up by the speculators in the citii..
Wo have the pears put them up now. Priced at, the box
Coffee A Special for This Week
A good grade of Bulk Coffee, the pound 15z
Hills' Coffee, the pound 55c
Schilling's Coffee, the pound 55c
White House Coffee, the pound .'. 63c,
Crisco, 1-lb can 35c
Crisco, l'o-lb can 53c
Crisco, 3-Ib can $1.00
Crisco, G-lb can $2.00
The Win nek Co.
The HALLMARK Store
FROM PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
You can depend absolutely on this market for
the best of meats, delivered at your door
promptly, sweet and fresh from the cleanest
market in Oregon. Special attention given to
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for your car
By exhaustive study
and actual tests our
Board of Lubrication En
gineers has determined
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R. A. WINZLER, Special Agent, Standard Oil Co.
Klamath Falls, Oregon