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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
& PAGB KIOTO
iinr jtiuoi. liiirn iwii
HAVANA. Culm, Mor. !S. Pro
fessional Rtilitca to tourtau nml
Mrangors In (his capital, hereafter1'
iiist convince the city authorities
that they haw no pns.ni recmln.
At the Theatres
This Is by order of the major.
iil'IT IS IMSMlS:tK
The suit of Jamc A. lonaril
against William ami Kvulyn Um
artl, n controversy over property
ownership, has lnnm illnmisaod by
JuiIbo Kuykrnitall, a settlement hav
ing been effected throuph payment
hy defendant to plaintiff of J 2000.
UMun-KD to oiwuu;
PLYMOUTH. ICtiR ; Nor. 2S
l.ady Astor, American born wife of
the late Viscount Anlor, waa elected
to Parliament from the Sutton dtvt
xicn of Plymouth in the balloting of
Kovcmber IB, according to an
nouncement of the olllclal result to
day. She had a plurality of !500
votes over her itoarcet opponent
What la believed to be one of the'
i iont powortul c.valH over asomblod
for a motion plcltiro was selected to'
appear lu the Paramount Artcraft
j mvclnl adaptation of Hall Calue'si
I tamctis novel. "The Woman Thou
1 Unvoitt me." which will be bhown at
tlio Star Thw.tio touli;ht
Katherlne MncDouald one of the
aciccn's most beautiful and accom
plished actresses, was uiiKtiguil for
tho role of Mary- For tho un-i
pleasant but hiRhly important part
of tho young libertine, Lord Kan,.
Jack Holt was chosen. Ho was In'
"'The Squaw Man." as Cash Haw-'
kins, and will bo remembered in;
support of Sessue Hntfiwnka itnd
other Paramount start.
Mary's lover, the exploror, U play
ed by Milton Sills, formerly leading;
man for Clara Kimball Young, and
a favorite with motion picture fans
Flesh nnd White
CREPE DE CHINE
$1.75 to $3.50
Pl Wi. d
l" Stock o!
QUEENSLiVNi, Australia. Nov.
JS. Edward Granville Theodoru,
Queensland's new premier, is one of
tho youngest if not tho youngest
prlmo ministers in the world. Ho is
34 years old.
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PARIS. Nov. 28. "It you talk to
one Rhincland German he abuses
Prussia; If there are two of them
they make excuses for it; If there
are threo they defend It." This is
a contributor's comment printed by
tho "Echo do Paris."
Brazil supplies half the coffee
More than 200,000,000 is invest
ed In tho Ice cream manufacturing
industry in the United States.
Hats and bonnets were first man
ufactured from braided straw at
Dedhain, Mass., in tho year 1798.
The best Isinglass comes from
Russia. It is mado from tho giant
sturgeon, which inhabits the Cas
pian sea. I
It is just 100 years slnco the first
carpenters' steel squares were man
ufactured at Bennington, Vt.
Alabama raised enoujgh peanuts
this year o 'supply two quart bag3
to every man, woman and child in
the United States.
Finland is planning the creation
of a free harbor with ample ware
house facilities, with a view to directing-
transit traffic from America
to Russia by way of Finland.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE 5 jir. pigeons. Inquire
Klamath Dyo Works. 28-2t
WANTED Work on ranch as cook,
by woman with fourtppn v.-ir oi
boy. Mrs. i. O. Higan, 100C Main
WANTED A good
cow. Tel. ,373-J.
FOR SALE 1918 Dodge car, auto
robe, L. C. Smith shotgun, 30-30
Savage, corduroy hunting coat and
boots, 9V4X12 tent, "A" tent, tar
paulin, camp chairs, stove, three
three-quarter folding cot and floss
mauress, pillows, springs, bed,
writing desk, small rug, electric
percolator, iron and lamp, canned
fruit, aluminum ware, dishes, cook
ing utensils, books, tools, etc., etc.
Call after 10 a. m. .1125 Main St.
Viola Dana, versatile Httlo Metro
star, who will bo aeon in tho comedy
drwnn. ' The fiold Cure," tit the
Liberty ThqUre today for a two
days engagement la an adont In the
art of wearing trousers. ill
In 'Bluo Jeans," her screen mas
terpiece. It will bo remembered thnt
sho appeared in a pair of overalls
which almost hid her from view
while in "Opportunity," she dons
men's clothes so as to be able to at
tend a prize fight which sho had de
termined to seo. In "Th'i Gold
Cure," however, sho has no selllsh
ends In view when sho ai.pcara In a
pair of her father's trouyeres. Tills
tlmb it is to rescue r.n inr.o vnt
young man who Is illegally detain
ed In a sanitarium. Iter many ad
ventures while accomplishing her
onds show that tho trousers were. In
this case, a necessity.
Miss Dana is a young actress oi
great versatility and la Just as
charming in her comedy characturj
as in tho more emotional roles.
This play is a happy combination of
tho two parts which gives her an op
portunity to display her undcnlablo
talents in both directions.
"Tho Gold Curo" is an adaptation
of tho extensively read novel, "Oh
Annlco!" by Aleiine Heylnnd, which
originally appeared in Tho Woman's
Home Companion. John H. Collin's
adapted as well us directed It. '
An unusual feature of Miss
Dana's now picture. Is that sho has
two leading men, John MacGowan
and William B. Davidson, both well
known to screen and stage
Tho program at the Liberty
Theatre commencing Sunday will
icaiuro wuiiara Farnura in a now
Fox photoplay, "Wolves of tho
Night," in which tho "Samson of tho
screen" will be seen In what ad
vance report says is one of tho finest
portrayals of his career. The story,
as outlined In advance notices re
ceived here certainly contains all
the elements of great dramatic
Special Values in
We are showing a
splendid line of supe
rior grade, of Plaids
Special Values of
suitable for Children's
Skirts, etc. J
An exceptionally fine lot
of Remnants in Wool
Goods, Plaids, Serges,
Broadcloth, Poplin and
m any other desirable
Sale Price 25 to 33 1-3 per
cent Off Regular Price.
A wonderful line of Ging
hams, Percales, Romper
Cloths, Scrims and many
other known weaves.
25 to 33 1-3 per cent off
off regular price.
YANK GOLF CAPS
FOR SALE Improved 120 acres, 4
miles west of town. House, barn,
good well, etc. 'All- under cultiva
tion, good soil. Will sell for price
ui improvements, as party Is going
o.j u hi. mi) jnamot. 28tf
FOR SALE CHEAP 8 room house
ciose in, partly furnished, $2400
Half cash. Apply L. D. Parks, 431
Washington St. 28-5t
Special communication Klamath
Lodge No. 7T A. F. & A. M. Friday
evening Nov. 28 at 7:30. Work in
the P. C. Degree. Visitors welcome.
By order of Geo. C, Ulrich.
2 8-lt W M
Notice is hereby given that I will
not bo responsible for any debts con
tracted by my wife, sho having left
my bed and board
26-3t WILLIAM J, UHRInT"'
ELBASA, Albania, Nov. 3. (By
Mail). Mohammedans of Elbasan
are wearing American golf caps in
stead of tho red fez which from the
time Mohammed laid down the re
ligious tenets for his worshipers, has
been the Immemorial head covering
of tho Turk.
The Austrian occupation left
scarcely a scrap of cloth In the coun
try. Many of the Turks went bare-
iKMded. Then an American Red
Cross unit arrived, bringing thou
sands of outing &ps.
The Mohammedans, abandoning
their religious scruples, clamored
eagerly for these head pieces.
Today most of the Turkish school
boys 'of Elbasan wear tho conven
tional caps of their Yankee brothers
across the ocean and look tho better
Beautiful Bags in
taupe, brown and
$2.75 to $9.85
Just th ething for a
'!. . ' tew
LONDON, Nov. 28. More than a
thousand letters are received dally
at No. 10 Downing street, the Prn-
mler Lloyd George's official resl-
ueuce, complaining of government
waste and extravuganco. Throe typ
ists are engaged In opening and clas
BIG MILLINERY SALE
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
All hats in our Millinery Department go on
sale Saturday, November 29, at 20 Per Cent
5, 10, 15, 25c STORE
Wonderful values in
Silk Petticoats, all
sizes, Jersey Tops
and Taffeta Flounces
with two-tone effects.
Good Values $6.95
Give Ker a pair of
silk hose for Xmas.
We have a large sup
ply of extra good silk
hose at a splendid
Colors brown, grey,
black, tan and white.
Special Price ....$1.65
with Wash Cloths to
Towels..50c to $1.00
15c to 20c
Xmas Gifts to most
Every Coat, Suits
and Dress Greatly
Our regular prices on Coats, Suits
and Dresses have been very reason
able, so now we will more than sat
isfy you with our reducted rates.
$16.75, $19.75, $23.75, $26.95
,$29.75, $33.45, $36.45, $42.45
Coiitri, Hlzc.i 11 to 46, In brown, groyn, roda
and black, ul no In liulngum, Tout, etc. Kitlirlcti
are Hllvortono, Velours, IbullnvM, I'lUHhcti, Mel
tons, IlromlclotliH, etc
Hoveral stylos in illuck I'luiih und lluavuh
I'IiihIi In tho short models.
Suits of Trlcotlno. Sorgo, l'olrot. Twill. Vo
lour. Poplin. Sllvertono, llroadcloth. Colors
navy, brown, overseas blue, falxon rod and fan
cies. Sizes 16 to 40.
$24.75, $29.75, $33.75, $38.75
New Models in Misses and
A new shipment of xomo of tho flnost Chil
dren's and Misses' Couts have been recolvod and
wo aro now showlni; tho unmo. Theso nro tho
conts that niuko tho hearts of tho llttlo onon
glnd at Yulotido. A present that will bo appro
elated. All lato modols in lirondcloth, Sllver
tono, I'luhoH, Velvets and Zlbollnes, etc. Colors
In red, eroen, groy, Jllack and brown. All slzos.
$9.85 to $23.85
The finest in the city.
Xmas Gifts Ideal
We call ourselves headquarters for blankets because
w ecarry a complete line in the best that can be had any
where. When you select one of our blankets you may
rest assured its the best.
Sheet Blankets, Woolnap Blankets and Ail-Wool
Blankets, in white, grey or brown
$3.00 to $16.50
You can do better here on blankets.
A good special in
Hheur lawn, some with
cach - 5c
A decided bargain
in hats. Every one a
late model and up to
the minute in style.
The very best of ma
$3.95, $4.95, $5.95,
A special showing of
new dolls, products
of the best American
makers. A large as
sortment. Specially Priced
$98c, $1.48, $m
$2.48, $2.98, $3.48
SILK LISLE HOSE
An extra good qual
ity of Silk Lisle Hose
in black, tan, gnfl
brown and white.
These hose are ver)
Price 75c Pa
' An assortment f
Boys' Jerseys no v on
display. Just he W
for the youngsters
Xmas Gift. d
Navy blue, gr ey f
red. Sizes 6 to 34.
Special at $Z.