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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1919)
'I'llltllHDAY, HHI'TKMHICIl ,
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
E. J. MUllKAr,
JAMES S. SHBEHY
Published dally except Sunday by
Tho Hornld I'liblh-hinj; Company of
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
At the Theatres
Norma Talmadgo will bo scon at
tho Star Theatre, tonight In hor lat-
est Select Picture, "Tho Forbidden
City," In which sbo Is liriteontod by
' Joseph M. Schcuck.
1 Miss Talmadgo has tho rolo of San
Entered at the postotflco at Klam- San, daughter ot a Chinese mandarin.
BANKHEAD FATHER AND SON IN CONGRESS
ath Falls, Ore , for transmission thru
tho malls as second-class matter.
Subscription tort jy mall to any
address In the I'm States:
One year $3.00
Ono month 30
Member of the Associated Piess
Tito Associated Pres Is exclusively
entitled to tho uso for republication
of all news dispatches credited to It
or not otherwise ci edited In this pn-
per, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also reserv
ed. WuKSD.YY, SEl'TEMllKR 4, 1010.
SELDOM ARRIVE AT
PARA, Brazil. Fopf 4. There
were twelve steamers at the rocks of
the Port of Para, the "gateway of
the Amazons." Commenting upon
this- unprecedented activity the Esta.
She marries an American Consulate
officer, and when tho emperor learns
ot it ho orders hor death and her
father's San Sim's baby. Toy, is allow
ed to live. When she grows to woman
hood she makes her escape to Manila
and becomes a Hed Cross nurso. John
Worden, her unknown father, Is gov
ernor. Toy falls in lovo with Uout.
Philip Halbcrt. The governor disap
proves, but when ho learns that Toy
Is his daughter, ho gives his consent
for tho wedding.
Even tho cat, dog and squirrel give
startling evidenco of boing high-sal
aried actors, and as ,for Minnio Ha
Ha, tho squaw, sho alono is worth
tho prico of admission. But it's Mick
ey that strangles you with laughter
and grip you with her hair-raising
Mickey has her share of sorrows
and adventures too plenty of It
during tho eventful stay
hypocritical aunt. It comes to a cllm-
liliKii lc'11111 ''sin
To havo two mombors of any ono family in tho U. S. Con cross
from tho eanio stato at tho Bamo time is an honor soldora bostowed
by rotera, still this Is the distinction of tho Uonkhoada of Alabama.
Senator John M. Bankhoad, tho father Is In tho uppor branch while
the ion, William B. Bankhoad, is congressman from tbo tonth Ala
bama district. Another son is Colonol Henry W. Bankhoad of tho
U. 8. Army. Reading left to right they are, Colonel Henry, Senator
John and Congressman William.
. . , , Plcaso sond all bills and claims In
Tho Labor Day Committeo desires connecUon Wt, the Uibor Uny eolu-
to acknowledge with thanks i tho fol- urutUm to tho Socrotary, Win. F. Kay,
lowing prizes, mention of which was Uox 7( Klamath Falls, AT ONCE,
omitted from programs thru over- chocks nro rt,nay, nli tno Committeo
sight on tho part of a busy Secretary: ,3 anxous t0 ,Hs)oso of nil outstand-
Ii. J. Mortensen, ono box cigars; ,,,-., ,. ,w,uuii,in n iu
with her Owl Cafe, One Moal Ticket; Auto Sup- , Affiliated Unions of Klam-
iiy nuunu, luuwuua miuop "''- nli Falls. 4-.lt
son & Henry, ono Sack Potatees: '"" r ,
ax In tho last reel, which contains one Wood Curtis & Co., One Box Apples;
ot the biggest punch scenes that has McUaniels Electric Co.; Ono Flash-
UKUi: iuuruu urut. rum camo
On nccouiii ot rut shiiitiigi- wo will'
loll blocks at J 2. GO per cord at our
factory until further noll'-e. Now Is
1 !. -. .nn.n.1 11 rrn flnaa tint
.. . . i river iifen kuil'L'iicu, uut uuo wv-o -- ... r
uo says u is a lour time since surn - aii i , . . j-iour; Marry uicnnruson. iioxope- lhu,l,M ... Vniir wlntor block
has been nnve l0 W!m um" v" ,usl ,cul uc cial Cigars; Martin's 5c & 10c Store, ",-;,. Vvvn.-nn uv
Liberal Discounts; Bwauna Box Co.,
Lumber for seating; Seohorn Stables',
is known, and it continues right up to I Teams and floats. 4-lt
the very minuto wo say goodbye to
her at the end of the seven reels.
Last showing tonight at the Liberty
"The Water Lily," the Triangle1
picture which will bo shown at the
Temple tonight, marks tho first
Markliiiiu nt K.
General Cadorna, the victorious
Italian commander in the lato war,
enters upon his seventieth year today.
K. K. K. Stou-
I'licj for I5iijx' Diili
li:is been pliirril uith
Tnnvpmpnt nf ffiniTnorrf
seen in this harbor. Brazilians have the excltment begins, because
),n innt-in f.rwr,i tn nn inrnP interest is aroused as soon as .Mickey
in trade with tie United States, and
it was a matter of keen regret that
jnJy one of two twelve steamer.' was
,, American. Four were British and
.seven Bray.'llan. Tha Amenc.in
steamer will be hero a lont' Urn1. She
Is the disabled t hipping board steam
Americans in South America feel.
it is said, that notwithstanding the- screen appearance, together of Alice
stories of wonderful progress in and Frances Mann, two talented sis
American shipbuilding during the ters who have attained coaMdevab'n
" war, inspiring tales o' smashed rue- success both on the legitimate stago
. ords in rivet driving, and finished and in the movies. Alico Mann takes
ships being turned out in marvelous t.le part of Genevieve Connors, a
time at mushroom yards on the At- beautiful, young girl growing up in
lantic. Gulf and Pacific coasts, it is, the sordid environment of tho slums,
probably true that "haste does not a water lily amid the slime. How sho
make much speed." An American oveicomes the handicap of her sur--was
heard to ask today as he looked roundlncs and a drunkard father,
at the flags flying from the masts of nnd finds happiness in the love of a WANTEDAn apprentice Parisian
a dozen vessels: "Are we being left , raan.y young soldier, is told In a Millinery Shop 519 Mnin St. 4-tf
at the. post?" screen drama that abounds in drama-
I " - ldTfA b CAT T flt An Vk rt v nil smAl nlniFn
!,lo nonnrv TllB hnCkerOUnd lor -vjioua v-iic.iH oiuuu euun oiurc.
3, most of the story is the Adirondack
! Mountains, which reveal themselves
on the screen in all their wealth of Twenty-two head draft horses weigh
ing trora izuu to iuuu. rj. w. wu
We are no longer overstocked
with' 'wood, and my advice to
the consumer is to- buy his win
ter's wood now. We have a
fair supply of Blocks, , Slab.
Limb and Body Wasds, and'
can All orders with very little
delay. Place your orders now,
TOO LATE TO CLASS! FY
WANTED Two Woodchoppers. Chll
cote & Smith. G33 Main. 4-tf
FOR RFNT 1 bed room, permanent,
nnd 1 apartment for ono month.
Oregon Hou.se, 327 Klamath Ave.
heater, chairs, and table. A.
lln, Lewis Et. West Side.
If you don't find out why you are
a fn'lure, you nover will succeed
Loarn tho secret of toiitrol. the
powor to Inspire success and conll
iK'iue, and win in business, social r
financial life. "Ar'so," throw ojr thy
shacUels. Exchange sorrow for Joy;
dirkness for light; bo muster of
your own destiny.
Is different than the rest and bet
ter than tho best.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no fee
- , Located at 526 Main St.
. BOYS' SUITS
Bring your boys to K. Sugarman's for their School
Suits. Every "DUBBELBILT" SUIT is guaran
teed for SIX MONTHS' WEAR. This is cur third
season in selling "DUBBELBILT BOYS' SUITS.
SUGARMAN'S prices in
"DUBBELBILT" Suits are
A SAVING OF FROM $3.00 TO $5.00
Same Suits elsewhere are selling from $14.75 to
$16.75. So bring your boys to
for their "DUBBLEBILT" SUITS at a price of
P1 le 3
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
kerson, Lorella, Or.
On Frday there will be presented
WANTED Ford body, Roadster pre-
-. ... , ,i. ...... rr.i,.. ,i, loin wu. lerreu. n. iepven. iso um 01.
ai me uiueuiy mcano v iUx .... noom i 4.2t,
ltnn. TAV tvf vm.no.an9n "T?ntl Fnn "
We are making tho summer
prices now, but theie will bo
advances If bad weathor sets In
Piiono all orders to my resi
dence, 112R, ns that is my
"WOOD TO BURN"
Ham Fox Extravaganza, "Fan Fan.
The same wonderful little Kiddies ,
that created such a sensation In
"Jack and the Beanstalk" and "Alad- '
din and the Wonderful Lamp" play
the principal roles in this colorful
and' delightful picture of old Japan.1
So much interest has been display
ed in these previous pictures that
there is no doubt "Fan Fan" will
provo even a higher success. ,
"Fan Fan,'' although termed nn
extravaganza by its producer, Is .built
around a clover little story which
U .gives the child actois remarkable op
portunity to display their charm and
""isonality in depicting the mannors
and customs of Japan.
A quaint little Japanese village,
Inhabited by natives in their national
i otumeb and with artistic surround
ings, was constructed especially for
this production. The settings are
without doubt tho mobt gorgeous ovor
presented in motion pictures,
Tho centonnlal of tho laying of tho
corno'rstone for St. Paul's church,
the cathedral church of Boston, will
bo celebrated today by the Episcop
alians of that city.
FASHION WAR ENDED
KxcIiinImi hki'IU')' for Hoys' Dill),
belbllt Clothes has been placed with
K, K. K. Htniv. 4-3t
For High Grade Auto Painting, See
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Rates and prices which the public is asked
to pay for telephone
36 MAIN STREET
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS MONTH ONLY
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teed, There is a difference. Be convinced, Call
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To be just and reasonable, telephone rates or prices must cover
the cost of rendering the service and leave a profit that will attract
to the telephone industry a continuing supply of capital which is
constantly required for extensions and improvements.
If rates yield more or less than such amount they are not just..
If they yield more, they are excessive and unreasonable. If they
yield less, they are unreasonable, and are against public interest,
because they result in a deteriorated service and capital is no
longer attracted, but directed to other industries that are more
profitable, and possibly the products of many such industries are
of less importance to the public.
The present rates we believe to be just and reasonable. They
were approved by the Postmaster General, and are effective by
act of congress.
These rates are now being reviewed by the Public Service
Co nmission of Oregon, which body assumes jurisdiction since the
government turned back the telephone- properties to private
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