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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Take out the Carbon. Give
the Engine More Pep
National Auto Accessory Company
119 NORTH FOURTH STREET
Between Main and Pine Phone 471
DEI? THAT Jff
. .,,! ii Klninnth I-'mIIm
!. WUI' ". .
, a. Kent of 8.
' ... tnvr
At the Theatres
Proving Itself, In (ivory respect, u
remarkable picture of lovo and war,
"Tim Klrcfly of Franco," tho latent
Htiirrliu: volilclo for Wallace Hold,
tlio popular Paramount titar, wax
shown at tlio Star Tlicuiru yesterday.
Oiilnly Ann Mule, wIioho characteri
zations In many of Mr. Hold's plc
tnri'H have won for licr tho admira
tion of a largo following, had an ex-
geologists have VIHII.,. l,o republic rlllI1Il roI() , tH pllotoI)Iay IlI1(1
.econtly on a tour of iixplnnitlon and , , . . . . , ,
(MTV, Sept. 17-Tliu
of IiuliiHtry and Coin-
Han KranflBco Ih In niorco denies omphatlcally
w (Itiyn on liuilni'HH, jnpancHn Intori'stn have .icquli id
it"1' . . any potrolouin holdings in Mexico,
Harry "' (,r 8o"tl "' " lint HayH parties of Jnpanoso
,'. in Klamntli KallH for u Km,KBtM have visited tlio republic
t . ..... .... .... .... . , ...
t 1 vIhIUiiB lloro 'Jrinavu locaieu on uuposuu on inu rac-
T"a!Zn from I-B 1,pnr"' CnU- ",C COn8t
tW m I Tho departmental denial cainn an
the rcHiilt of stories oiuniiiitlng from
(ornl- the rcHiilt of stories eiiianatln
... ..... ..... .1 t t U.ltl I ......
j, j piowcrB I" I" '"" """r" tlm United HlntoH that JiipiiiiPHo enp-
iir'from Ids ranch near Worden, ,tlllHlH woro m.KtiniiK for (ll
! transfer of largo potroli'iim holding
n link Ih I" town today' I" Wo Tiimplrn district
Mr'' TZ, at Fori Kh.rn.Uh on!. W' MONITOjl recently Inter-
from her lioiiiu viewed a Jnpniet.". It. 10 Douiirl,
topping tour wl() W(H H(Mlt () )(J (( 1I10lnJor ()f lno
It Caldwell, W. W. Ciil'lwoll nriuiilnl exploration iiarty Ho ns-
i jess llrunii are In tho city thl HOrtcd thai tU- I'adllc count had
111 k Irom I'omlloloii. been throughly rovered In Urn
e . ., , .... i search for oil and that largo deposits
CUdiri KIlBoro Is liro froiii -" r 10 .,. ,,,, ,. f()llml. u
8el Volley vlBltlnn h,,r '" ' "'also asserted that Japan ...m,1h Mex-
KUtore, of tlio Star r , " I Icmi oil for coinnieiclnl purpose and
Ilrown and Prank Roach, will attempt to acntilru that product
id icstcnlay from Ashland and lint It linn no Intention of buying
topping In tlio city for a few Icuhoh, developed or undeveloped,
on the Atlantic roam.
I Mra lfSU V. CllUrClllll,
Mr. and Mm. Ji" vv y , iiwnnls at Shepherds.
f govern lare initio
wcka. aro In Klamath KnlU from
NOTIt'K ok .mi:i:ti.(J.
.. 'n,l Mm A H. McDonald ar- The I.iiiIIuh Aid of the Methodist
Jlr, anU .Mrs. a. riiureh. will hold a Silver Ten lit the
mo of Mra. Harry I'eltz, SOI Wal
nut St. Thursday afternoon. Mem-
ho'.M and frlendH Invited.
' """ . ...... i i ...ii. (.nurcii, win iioiii a hiiver lea at lire
.!... rrilll I III 11 II11I 11. luir . ..... .. ... ...
rred ycaieruu 1U)
. i.' miiinif trln In ....
(orala, ior a iu" u.w o
j, M. White, assistant lo the pre' Thp pHjlc J( pon,nly nvtC(, ,0
ideal of tlio Weed Lninhor Company. ,!t(r, tjR. fr,.,. iCclurc at the Orphe-
lelt this inornlnB after a two days' ub Theatre Tho ICvaiiKellat nnnounccH
v ..... trin in Kliiinath Kullu. I the followlnn HUhJeets.
tnlioi trip to Klainain ., b. ..Kcyno,c of ho JpwHh
Frank Gross a well-known cattlo Itollijlon." Tuesday ICvenlnR "The
. . ... !.!. unu 'oar of the opetilui; of tho
owner ol me nun iwi -'.. - ment "
la town yesterday looklriK after hits-1 m
Incss matters at the court hoiiHO
PUN.MUS Alti: SCVHCM
Oliver Splker, of tho Ilaldwhr '
mrdwrc Company, has return d LONDON. Sept. 17 "HatlonlnK"
from a two weeks' vacation trip vln- London lmnkurH of pennies and
Wig his family and friends In CSlen- hair pennleH Is expected'to cur with
. - tho vacation period, as the mint Is
working steadily. The kcniclty "f
Jr. and Mrs. A. G. Winston are' cc,p,,or C0B H H puzzlu lo the mint
smeng a party of tourists from .Man- (J!IcIii1h. .Moat of llioin piuliabiy
terty, California, who aro sjiendins ,.IV,. )U1. distributed In France. The
(he remainder of tho week .n falli,K wiulshed lone uk .
Klamath county county. '
Charles Wood Kberloln was a pas
senger on tlio outcnliiK lrli this
morning bound for I'ortlund. He
illl spend several diva looklui; uftor
bnslneES matters. ,
Thomai J. O'Connor camo In to
itj from tlio Illy country and Uok
oat papers tlodarlnB his Intention ,
lo become a citizen of tho United
States. Mr. O'Connor is of Irish'
birth and tins spent four years in'
Mr. and Mm. .1. T. Klnkmln anil
family left this inornlnB for Okla-,
koma, whero thoy will mnko their '
ome. Mr. and Mrs. Klnkndo have '
een residents of Klumath Falls for
r a year.
Robert E. Strahom, tho railroad
finsncler, left this mornltiB for So-
Ittle. aftPr flnvnrtil flnvo una.. iinn
I. v(U.M. ..MO DJIUIIk ..U.U
looking after tlio Interests of tho
' IlieiK. fi.iu. . - . .
""suii-vauiornia & Eastern Hal'I
wtl Company's operations.
Mr. and Mrs. nobert Young ofi
Portland, who have boon visit Ins
Mrs, Young's sister, Mrs. Earl
er of niy, ioU for ther homo
moraine. Mrs. Walker occom
Pwied them to Portland, where she
"' Wt for tho next fow woeks.
. ' Wa'ker, who drovo tho party
"a Bly, will return to his ranch
the this afternoon.
'' worth hanag, if worth ln
8; Get a Standard policy from
lto & Smiu,, 683 Main Bt. 5-tt
A brush that sheds is dear nt
any price If you are looklnp
for tho non-shed Bort thon
don't fall to seo tho brushes
now on display at our store
Thoy embody tho finest mute
rials and best of werkmanship:
The stock is so complete
that every individual
taste may be satisfied
Prices $1.00 to $7.00
W, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON rgw I
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OUEEN OIIAI.ITY SHOES
I Tie famous shoe for wopen. Reasonably priced.
The Bootery j
CHAS. P. MAGUIRE 1
713 Main Street
"Devil M'Carc," the photoplay fea
turing Crane Wilbur ul tho Temple
Theatre on tonight should bo thoroly
enjoyed by all of the picture enthiiH
lasts who appreciate a crisp, clean
comedy of the Western variety.
Whllo the play abounds with In
teresting situations and relates rath
er a thrilling story, It l.s particular
ly enjoyable because It offers Mr.
Wilbur not only a sympathetic fea
ture part, but ono In which he can
display his unusual athletic tulents
to raro advantage
Iin(nlta Hansen, Mr. Wilbur's
leading woman In "Ilreezy Jim," and
favorably recalled as one of the fas
cinating colobrltles of tho Trlanglo
Koystdno comedies, portrays tho fem
ale lead, appearing as a littlo manl-
rnrUt In n lilt' fltv wtifl Ih nf.nllr!llr-
":i,ed by the hero to establish horsolf
In a small Western tonsorlal parlor,
whore tho very nanio "manicurist"
excites the suspicion of a populace
which would not cringe before the
most desperate desperadoes.
Hemomber Hryant Washburn?
He's tho laughing, good-looking
hemeit (with a dimple in his chin,
curly hair, and everything like that)
who made such a big hit In screen
coiucdle.5 like "Skinner's Dress Suit,"
"Skinner's Ilaby" and "Kidder &.
Now bo's coining back again In a
new I'atho play called "The Ghost
of the Hancho." Tho scones aro laid
in tho storied Southwest. Wushburn
Is the son and only heir of a grand
dad who never saw a cabaret In his
life and enn't understand his grand-
, son's tasto for'em. '
i So ho throws him out on his ear
without a dime to bless himself with.
Do you think our hero Is down
hearted'; Not so you might notice it.
Ho chirks up real quick, Jumps a
freight to tho nearest big ranch and
makes good. Also, ho falls In love
with a delightfully captivating little
girl, a rolo played with sweet export
ing by Ithea Mitchell, and all ends
Hut, but, you ask: Where does the
ghost come In?
"That. tho secret. It I a play
worth seeing. At tho Liberty tonight.
Harold Lockwood's last Screen
Classic, Inc., feature "A Man of
Honor," which comes to the Liberty
on Thursday next, Is a series of scen-
j Ic triumphs which will create ah ov
jerlasting romantic type of natural
and unadorned beauty.
As David Smith, an ex-newspaper
reportor who Interests himself in the
small stockholders' fight against the
big financiers, Lockwood will take
you with him from the heart of Wall
Street and tho confusing and myster
ious operations of tho New York
S'tock nnd Curb Market clear across
tho continent to tho Golden Gate of
San Francisco Bay.
Reaching this point on tho tr.ail
of tho strenuous star, we must needs
embark on a sea-going hack which
will land us on tho shores or n ver
ifnhin Paradise, tho Island of Santa
Cruz, off tho California cost, ono of
tho most verdant nnd beautiful loca
tions for ninny a league.
It wns on this Island of Santa
Cruz that tho majority of the scenes
nf "A Man of Honor" wore taken, be
ing, as It woro, an Ideal location for
tho dopictlon of tho discovery tioenes
nnd subsequent actions of tho Trop
ical Products Co., as outlined In the
original novel by Henry Kltchell
Iloro wero found the picturesque
rock-ribbed coaat v.i'h tho daan coves
and caves tho Impenetrable recesses
In the vastne3 of tho interim, the
semi-tropical vegetation nnd cilmate,
and tho periodical hurrlcanci typical
of that region.
A peculiar fact In connection with
tho shooting of scones on Santn Cruz
Is tho occurence o? a real hurricane
or tornado which blow up while Mr
Lockwood's it'jni&ny wao 'l nrtcr"d
on the taliiL i. I'"1-! T- "1-'in-for.
Mr. Lm-U (wort's dIto-'r. had
croctod several h.ils with the native
W o covering, and crowds of unlives
wjro housed in h"so huts when tho
I SEE v I
AT THE LIBERTY THURSDAY
shofer Immediately took advantage
of this freak of nature and lashing
his camera, the operator and himself
to a point of rock, proceeded to shoot
many scenes during the storm. Many
were Injured In taking this picture,
nnd Mr. Lockwood himself played a
real hero by rescuing one of the
players from a falling wireless out
fit, at the risk of his own life.
Never before in a dramatic picture
have there been such views of the
grandeur In nature: never except In
educational pictures where nature
herself plays the leading role and
does not share her honors with mi
EVER HELPED I
MENTIONED FOR CHAMBER
THIS IS WHAT .MRS. CAMIM1KLL
SAYS OF TAXCAC SUFFERED
PARIS, Sept. 17. Baron Maurice
I de Rothschild, reputed to be the
I wealthiest cf the French Rotschlld
j family, is among the numerous new
! candidates mentioned for the cham
! ber of deputies.
ACADEMY WHjIi RECEIVE PUPILS
hurricane struck tuo Island. Mr. Bol-
MUSIC TEACHERS, ATTENTION
For the purpose of giving Infor
mation to parents about to start
children In music and to new pur
chasers of pianos we wish a com
plete list of Klamath Falls music
teachers and their rates.
We extend to all a hearty wel
come to inspect our new up-to-date
Music House, 507 Main St.
15-3t EARL SHEPHERD CO.
If you have trouble In getting your
watches repaired promptly Try Win
ter's Jewelry Store. 13-2t ,
Artistic piano tuning and player ;
work. Call Morgan at Earl Shep-.
herd Co. lo-12t
Wednesday & Saturday
Popular Jazz Orchestra
Jesse L. Lasky Presents
"THE FIREFLY OF FRANCE"
A RIproarliiR Comedy
"The Yllingo Chestnut"
CRANE W1L11UR '
Full of Western len.
A Lyons nnd Momn Comedy
International Current Events.
"Of all the medicines and treat
ments I have taken during the past
s,lx years, Tanlac is the only thing
that has done me any good at all,"
said Mrs. Sadie Campbell, who livos
at 1353 Geary St. San Francisco, Cal ,
tho other day.
"I, had suffered so much from
stomach trouble," continued Mrs.
Campbell, "that I was in a very
weak, run down condition. Wh I
began taking Tanlac I had such lit
tle strength and energy about me
that the least exertion would almost
prostrate me. Every time I ate any
thing I would have bad spells of In
digestion, and what I ate would sour
and cause gas to form which made
me miserable for hours afterwords.
I had a dull headache nearly a'.l the
time. My liver didn't seem to act
well, either, and I suffered a lot
fi-om bllllousness, nm would often
eet so dizzy that I could hardly
stand on my feet. My nerves were in
bad condition, too, and I hardly ever
got a good night's sleep.
"Then I heard about Tanlac, : i.d
thought I would give it a trial, and It
certainly proved to be a godsend to
me. I have only taken three bottler,
so far, but I feel like a diffjrent
person altogether. Why, I have act
ually gained eight pounds already
and feel so well and strong thai I
can easily do all my housework, and
get about as well as I ever did In
my life. My appetite is good, anl
what I eat agrees with me perfectly
and I never have a sign of lndiges-.
tlon or sour stomach any more. My
nerves seem to be in perfect condN
tlon, and I sleep soundly for eight or
ten hours every night. I think Tan
lac Is the best medicine on earth an
I am so happy over what It has dono
for me that I Just talk It to every
body I meet."
Tanlac is sold in Klamath Falls
by the Star Drug Co., nnd in Lorella'
by the James Mere, Co. Adv.
i Until the capacity of the school Is
i reached, day pupils will be received
at the Sacred Heart Academy, where
the most careful attention will be giv
en to the thorough training of your'
child. Full particulars may be secur
ed by calling at the Convent, Seventh
I and Pine streets or at the" Academy.
I For the present we are unable to ac
' commodate any more boarders, but
i applications will be received and in
case there Is a vacancy It will be
filled from tho list of applicants in
the order in which they aro filed.
C-tf Sacred Heart Academy.
We mnko a specialty of fire, life
'and accident insurance. Phone 00 and
we'll do the rest. Chilcote & Smith.
! MRS. L. B. HAGUE I
Public Stenographer 2
Notary Public Court Reporter
311 WUlitfl Bldg. $
2 Klamath Falls Oregon T
Typewriting machines bought,
sold, rented or exchanged. Spe
cial rates to students. Type
writing supplies and stationery.
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Admission Matinee 10 & 15 cents
Evenings 10 & 20 cents
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
BUY YOUR HOME NOW
You may select a home to suit you
in any part of the City. Can arrange
easy payments for you. See them to
day. I have two or threo of the best In
vestments in the city for tho right
party. Excellent income properties
now, and getting better all the time.
Take advantage of Klamath's pro
gress at once. There never was a
If you need money on your homo,
or the homo you would like to build,
JAMES M. WATKINS, JK.
C20 Main St, Phono 320R
One hundred and forty
head of fine wool and'
Corrdale Bucks j
for sale. Prices reason- f
. able. '
i E. M. HAMMOND
Merrill, Ore. I