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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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, few W
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.um. horn.- In the Mill. !"
". p.nnnR and refreshment
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'a Ceo -rr. Kla"l Walt. Hruco
if,r Ilrloe McCormlck. Chester
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' L41 fie Theatres
MT0 IS TESTED:;
liradliv Jni Hanks. Marrcaret
Pearl llplhn ana orcein
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SALTl-AKK ITV. I'lah. Sept. 27
. Fitt iur farmers " "
lull poolt-d li"ir wool cUp of 32.-
im wBd and marketed It nt ..o
rati pound. 7 renin moro lltan
"Tim Knli. Knri," Tlinmim II
nr.. h film adaptation of the farnoilB
nlory by I .on In Jcneph Vntiro which
I ran Hrrlnlly in Tin- Katiinliiy Kven
Conn now I hk radiophone aa n' InR Post. Ir one or thorn- rare pic
new automobile nrciswory. j turca whlrh will ppecillly convince
In a rTont Imiio of Motor nn In-j the siwrnRo exhibitor Hint It wan
term! hip artlrlo on tlm adaptation! Inilll capwlally for lilm. Not In many
of n radiophone for automobile np ' month linn there been produced n
ixvarn. Tho dcrlcc very much r- picture wlih more pulling power anil I
k. -in I.I.- wlri-h-M fful;irnonl ( with greater exploitation poiHlhllltlo
"Thin radiophone outnt." cays; than tlio raarmount-Artcraft Special
Motor, "l capatiln of keoplng In rnleaurt thin week. i
cotnmunlrailnn with another ittatlon! T"' ,fl not MRonllally n Htory of
for a iulanr! of If. or 20 inllcn Hie war. hut rather Ih a Htory of the!
Tlio trariniriftlltiR apparatua employ KrippInK and enthrnlllni; advenluroH
variium tiilie an generators of radio, or one or the most entcrtnlnlnR rlmr
enerKy and I ho terehirr einliodles, nrii-m in modern fiction the "I.on
ampllflorit whlrh enahlo (omintinlrv j Wolr." who. for the time helnB. han
Hon to Ih malnlalneil lonB after the turned from criminal puraultH to
islnnnlM have iM.-roniu too weak to ui avence the loss of hl homo nnd to
hoard " , sene hi country In her hour of
In Its present form this nutomo- need. It has hnen Interpreted In the
hllu telephone - ii Ijitnont would innnterly Ince Btyle. with the aid or
scarcely he rnpablo of Kc-neral ad' p- a superh cunt hciiiled by Ilenry H J
Hon. hut It Is not hard to se In It Walthall OHieni whoso names are i
tho progenitor of the outfits thai' household words wherever Reed plr
will some day Ik- available, whereby fires are known are Mary Anderson
the liimlneics man will be able to the tx-.-iuMful heroine. I .on Chnncv
keep in constant touch nltb his of- Milton Kcws. Thornton Kclwnrds. Wl"
ti.-e or home, n matter where be Ham nowman. t'nrry McCnrry and
may he . Krnest Pasquo It Is n story that fnlr
" ly sizzles with adventure, romanco
I and mystery. At the Star Theatre to
Charles Hay Is becoming more and
more popular with ncreen fans wllh
SJ"yS Jt ,
Oulbranecn Trade Mark
)5 1 !).-.()() anil uu
Now, ..'J.'d.OO anil up
Used, 11)5.00 and up
I'ffll "TiJT'r'ljr liVfffll
without music in the home is like a regi
ment without a band.
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
$110 to 91:10
200 to S.TOO
CHANGE MADE IN
; out of tuem had received up to! Arthur II Wilson of the City and ,.ar, succeeding Paramount IMct
.vxtknc County and AbMrari Company of n,j ,tlP rPa.n for ,.is 8llrc0RS iK
tins city has taken over the Interest, difficult to find. He Is a hard work
of his partner, Harry D. Mills, wlth'Iru. pIaver who sui,r(iinate.s every
whom ho has been associated for th...; ,MriK , n nrtnB, and by diligent
past nine, years Mr. Mills is now MtI,jy ho mai,e!, oach character f-a-located
In Jackson county The huB-1 .lon .,.. h nit,.mnts more llfelfcn
97r(l.tl( anil up
.!25.(K and $:.00
$no.on to 97Mio
i Ffst of the WA I-antern
Utbt the pnceHilcjn of the War
VMm of China1 Anything o fan-
artlt sd weird has never before;
1... .kAl.l In a nlnr. but vou can
Kltill-vlfuallre the strange cen-1 Iness will he operated l-re under nn(j satisfying than the one precec!
, Ing It
sctj-inthU rlvld picture of the Far the same name as before
Eut t It for yourseir in 1 ne neu
IjaXtn' at the Liberty Theatre
tizitj nd Monday, with NAZI
KOTA, tbe Incomparable star In 11
tui role of strength and power. It
Some Good Bargains
in Real Estate
1 In "The Law of the North," Hie
, Intrst Paramount Picture produced
1 under tho supervision of Thomas H
1 Ince. in which he is starred .n'I
1 which will be shown at the Star
sale at the present Theatre Sunday ho gives a grannie!
r good buys In Klam-' . .
pal estate, Jn-tludlng scrccn Portrait of a couragjoi.F j
Stnil'K ' I have for
Tie IndnntrUl Clubs of the coun- time some very
itkJooIi will make their exhibits at1 ath County real
tit County Fair Thursday and Krl- ranches, lots In Honanza and Klam- oung Frenchman of the Northwest
iir. October 12. 1S19. ath Falls and Improved city property, u j8 a typical Hay part.
la order that teachers and pupils home of these are exceptional bar-' ...
bjt tee irnat has Ix-en accomollfhed gains, and every piece listed Is sure, 1
H th cptrnty I will appreciate It If to prove a profitable Investment. Vtt7iinciv:. Hie illqtineulshed Rur-
tle cbool are clowd during the Mrs. Nate Otterhein. T.Z7 Klamath , ... ,.., ,, ,u , , ,h ,
Fair or at least for one day. In the Avenue. 27-3t 1 ' ' ' . '
trtooli shere teachers and puplLs o l'oertul .Metro t,n-r-reiiuri., 1 ne
tin ""d , vorii'i.' 'fled Lantern." nt tee Liberty The.1.1
TffVLA HKAI). Co. School Supt. 1 tTV n sundnv and Mendiv. In It "l"-1
. . ,. . Is ser In r'tuil role, w'i'rii g'ei'
All memliers of the I-astern Star . ...... . , .1
r " "poriun'iv ior i"e nij'i nrvi iui;
play of rcmarknblc nnd startling
happenings where all the mysticisms
and gorgeouaness of the vivid Knst
is woven into a powerful and fascin
ating drama. The lure of the Pur
ple Forbidden City the customs
and superstitions of secret China
the gorgeous pageantry and pomp
which surrounds the Orient with
golden glamour Is shown with a!
touch of magic which brings romance
The production 1b one of clever ar
tistry with a star of rare genius who
H ably supported by such noted play
ers as Iarrell Foss, Noah Beery,
Frank Currier, Winter Hall, Mrs.
McWade. Virginia Hoss, Edward J.!
Connelly, Amy Van Ness', Harry I
Mann, William Fagle Eye, Yukio Aoj
Ynmo. The production was directed,
by Albert Cnpellanl and produced!
under tho personal supervision oft
.miss i'i:u nouns
VISITS IN SALKM.
SALEM, Sept. 27. Miss Fern
Hobbs, former secretary to Governor
West, member of the Industrial ac
cident commission at one time under
the West administration, and who
gained nation-wide note when she re
presented the governor In .1 trip to
Copperfleld, Baker county and forc
ed the saloons to close their doors,
is In Salem for a few days.
Miss Hobbs has Just returned from
France, where she was head of the
casualty section of the hospital home
service In Paris. She wlli take a posi
tion In Portland.
MAKES FOOD SCARCE
DISSOLUTION OK I'AKTNKIISIUI'.
Vnf fa f lu.eAlio al .. t. .. at. ttwtA t f jflfir n ra riiiia.all (ft Ka tim
tuderflened has .purchased The nent at t'e Mnsonic Hill. Monday 1 chniLcteMzatlons of her brilliant ear-' Maxwell Karger, dlrector-generafl. I
Vtaiowmore Dairy Store. 208 Main evening. Sept. 29. at the banquet to (ei I 1
Bt ill UIli contracted prior to Sept. be given in honor of our Worthy! ,, , , , 1 " ;
Jill 1IS. Mil be uald bv Allen ' -ntiil Matron. ..-.... ....- ....... a..
Holcomt. . Nellie Van HIper. Worthy Matron ' a widely different as tho pole-
W W E.SMITH I 27-21 one is that of the Enraslt-n girl. Mah-,
1 lee, and the other Blanche, her Ene-i
LONDON, Sept. ?7 One cause
for the high price of living, agnius'.
which all London Is complaining, 13
given as tbe congestion at the docks
where whole cargoes of food and oth
er supplies are being held. up because
it is impossible to unload and dis
tribute them to points where they are
needed. Government occupancy of
warehouses Is given ns the principal
leason for the congestion.
The western granaxy which should
ho filled with provision for London
is filled with uniforms for the Aus
tralian army, and other Instances
equally Irritating to the average
Londoner are being cited.
'HIIIHH I HltHHmntHHftWTWWW' Hah half sister,
fitfnnnlltnn Amnuomnnta "
' Metropolitan Amusement
Queen Quality Shoes
LOOK BETTER WEAR BEST
We have a complete line of Fall and Winter
i Shoes which includes the newest and most popular
tnaaes now in vogue.
rne story tens 01 tne me 01 mis
half-cast girl, who, born In coffin
' shop In the Chinese quarter of Pekin.
l at the death of Tier grandmother
i taken to the Christian Mission nnd
2j brought up amidst European nr-
1 roundlngs. The conflicting blood
! which surges In her veins causes her
. passionate restlessness she feels the
. lure of China, the mysterious and pas-
CHAS. P. MAGUIRE
713 MAIN ST.
slonate land of her mother, but the
Inheritance of her English father,
the Ideals and Intellect of the West
are strong within her and she Is like
. I a. ball In the hands of Fate flunr
I from one extreme to tho other.
How she becomes tho powerful
(War Maiden of China the Goddess
..r t.n. T?i.1 T nnf-Ar.i fa ahniun n flits
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Wednesday & Saturday
Popular Jazz Orchestra
Thomas. H. Inco Presents
HHNKY II. WAIcTHALIj
"THE FALSE FACES"
A Ixmo Wolf Story Taken From
The Saturday Evening Post In Seven
A Millie West Comedy
Notice Is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween Minerva Hunter and J. C. Hun
tor at Modoc Tolnt on the KJamath
Indian Reservation In Klamath Co ,
Oregon, under the name of the Hun
t" Trading Company Is this ctny ("is
solved by mutual consent.
Dated September 27, 15119.
J. C. HUNTER.
2 7.4 -11-1 8-2 E
We have a rather deep-rooted no
tion that the present temper of the
American people leans toward fur
thering the development Its own In
dustrial resources rather than worry
ing wtetber the Irish have a repub
lic; whether Jerusalem Is restored
to the Jews, or whether the South
Sea savages are supplied with socks.
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
Sunday and Monday
Sept 29 and 30
IN THE LATEST POPULAR SONGS
.15 AND 35 CENTS
' Paramount Presents
' CIIAIILKS KAY
! "THE LAW OF THE NORTH"
' A wonderful story of the Great Arctic
A Itrcty Plctojr, tipli nnd Iturton
, 1 1
,1cm L. 1-isky PrcMMittt
Peli) MoitImiii In Another Two Part
"Till: WIKHINCI KINO"
I'iKlio .Vitus Latest Current EtenlM,
Ailinlsslon Mntlnec 10 & in cent
KvrnJg8 10 & SO cents
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUEHDAYH AND BATDIIDAYB
I'll Tell the World
We're on Our Way
To the Diamond Tire & Vulvanizing Co. to
get an outfit of tires that can be depended
upon to carry us right. With a 6,000 mile
guarantee on the Diamond Squeegee Fab
ric Tires and an 8,000 mile guarantee on
the Diamond Cords, you can't do better
than to put the Diamond slippers on the
good old car and go on your way in peace
and confidence, and that's what we are go
ing to do right now.
I'll Say We Are
That's No Dream
Diamond Tire & VulcanizingCo.
MARPLE & SMITH, Proprietors
120 S. Main St Phone 167
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