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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ritiDAY, si;ptimiIKII ,a(
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the Engine More Pep
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At the Theatres
Exerting a powerful appeal to all
married folk and especially to young
brides Just entering upon their mari
tal careers, Hlsle Ferguson's now Art
craft photoplay, "His Parisian Wife."
will bo the attraction at the Star
The story is 'one of exceptional
dramatic interest and the- various si
tuations are most thrilling.
The story deals with Fauvotte, a
girl reporter on a Parts newspaper,
who weds a Boston lawyer aftor a
brief courtship. When Martin Wes
ley, her husband, takes his bride to
the homo of his parents, thoy resent llblo with silk stockings and French
her comlug on tho theory that since high hoolod Bhoos. It took several
thoy had not boon consulted about days of wooding out to obtain tho
their son s marriage, his brldo neces- participants in tho picture. Tho story
sarlly must bo a dovll inenrnato a Is a satiro on the systems of charltv
which muddlo thru in n mlro of red
tape and circumlocution. Although
thoro is a strong morul in tho story
It Is light and happy and bristling
with good situations. It Is said to bu
better than any previous production
foaturlng tho pretty brunette
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A spectacular effoct Is achloved In
"Tho Oentloman From Indiana,"
starring Dustin Farnum which will
bo displayed at the Tomplo Theatre
tonight. When tho flvo hundred lyn
chers march cross country to the
chant of "John Brown's body" to
burn tho crossroads settlement of tho
This armed horde suddenly bursts
into view over tho crest of a hill, and
sweeps down tho slopo in a great
wave. It is a tremendous thing. Tho
composition of this picture, its direc
tion and the character of tho various
portrayals make this production ono
of the best seen hero in many months.
Dustin Farnum and hl3 winning
smile are magnetic as ever in "The
Gentleman From Indiana," and he
receives excellent support from Wini
fred Kingston, the beautiful little
"And a littlo child shall lead thorn.
'V, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON rfSO I
-w 3-J OUV Tl DHUG5 Efe,
Beautiful Gladys Brockwell comes
to the Liberty tonight in "The Pit
falls of A Big City" and the play is
said to be the best Miss Brockwell
has starred in this season. The story
Opens in New York and is a real eye
opener to the restless peorjlo in the
smaller towns who think they are
missing half of their lives Just be
cause they do not happen to live In a
large city. The story gives Miss
Brockwell an excellent opportunity
for the exercise of her unusual tal-
I ents and her great beauty adds in
terest to her admitted ability.
Santa Barbara, California, where
i the studio of tho American Film Com
pany is located. Is noted for its pros
perity. When it came to obtaining
"extras" for tho long line of charity
applicants that appear in tho latest
Margarita Fisher picture, "The Man
tle of Charity," which will be shown
I at the Liberty Theatre on Saturday,
there was difficulty in getting sad,
worried, hungry looking people.
Even the employment exchange In
Los Angeles noticed that the Callfor-
"Llttlo mothorless Bob loved tho
six orphaned pupplos. Ono night n
storm camo and ho folt that tho
grandfather he has nover seen must
be lonesome. So ho gathered up tho1
pups and thru tho rain went to see
him and saved the llfo of tho hard
hearted millionaire who had refuses
his employes Justice, and .inciden
tally, won thoir battle for them.
"Thon, feeding his pots, he found
a strango man In the hay loft. Ho fed
tho man and consoled him with his
youthful philosophy, telling tho man
'Sorrow is where thoro is no love.'
Then came his mother's sister Book
ing Bob and she saw in the man tho
lad's father who had left when his
girl bride died bearing the child. It
was then that tho man realized that
she was the one that ho had loved
after all. He had left homo dejjnnt
and seklng the True God, but his own
child had brought Him.
"And the girl said: 'I know that
God would bring you back.'
"Love has brought me back, thru
a little child," he replied and then
everyone was wonderfully happy, as
you will be when you aeo tho picture.
From "The Turn in the Road" at tho
Liberty Sunday and Monday.
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
The only meat market in the city operating its own cold storage
rooms for the proper handling of fresh and cured meats,
NICE JUICY CUTS OF KLAMATH COUNTY BEEF, VEAL
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liOXBON MAY RETURN TO
WAll RATIONING SYSTKM.
LONDON, Sept. 12-Plans for food
rationing, modeled after tho plan In
force during tho war, have been an
nounced by the food controller.
Meat, sugar and butter aro tho com
modities particularly considered.
All persons must register with re
tailers. New ration cards are to be
issued to take tho place of those
nia idea of porty seemed compat- which went out of existence last April
Necessity for Increased
Increased telephone rates are necessary to meet increased
Recent increases in wages alone to employees totaling for
the State of Oregon upwards of $225,000.00 made an increase in
telephone rates not only necessary but imperative to pay these
The net return to the Company under the rates now in effect
is less than 3 per cent on the valuation of its property at $13,382,
378.00 as found by the Public Service Commission.
Would you be satisfied with such a return on the capital you
have invested in your business? Would'you consider it sufficient?
There has -been no general increase in telephone rates for
many years. Eveiy user of a telephone who stops to think knows
tliat he would be paying an inadequate rate now if he was not
paying substantially more than he was before the war.
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DETROIT, Mich., Sopt. 12-An ev
ent for displacement boats will bo
addod to tho program of the annum
regatta of tho American Power-Boat
Association in future years, if tho
suggestion of Albert L. Judson, pres
ident of tho association, is followed.
It is believed this will bo the means
of attracting county-wide interest In
President Judson, unable to at-
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tend tho regatta at Detroit August
29 to Sopt. 1, because of an eyo
affliction, has informed officials of
tho association that Car; O. Fisher
of Indianapolis has offered a 5,000
trophy for displacement races. Pres
ident Judson suggests, therefore, that
tho displacement race bo given a
place in tho annual regatta, holding
thut tho hydroplanes which competo
In tho gold cup number nro merely
racing machines nnd that recognition
Should bo given boats of nrnHnni
uso. Such a plan has already boen
dlscussod, in fact, by association
Mr. Judson, announcing that tho
first meeting for tho Fisher cup
would bo held at Lake George, N. Y,,
under tho auspices of the Lake
George Regatta Association suggost
de that tho event be coupled with tho
annual gold cup races and one-mile
event for hydroplanes there next yeai1
and that a similar arrangement be
mado for the regatta at Detroit in
1921. Tho .association hoad pro
poses a carnival week of aquatic
racing "the like of which tho world
has probably never seen" noxt year
at Lake George and the following
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