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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREftOli
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B. J. MURRAY
AT TIIK THlCATJClW
Tho grc.it thrills which nro In
popnrnblo from tho motion ilcturo
work of William Knrnuni hnvo boon
Klvcn in nbumlunnco In this stnr's
l.itcst photoplay, "Wolves of tho
NlCht." which will bo neon for tho
last tlmo here nt tho Liberty
Published dally except Sunday by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of Tilp-,r ,minv
. ! Ono of tho nuvt thrilling points
Entered at tho postofflco at Klam- In the story, It la conceded, It
tth Falls, Ore., for transmission, thru
ut mans as aecotui-cinss matter.
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tho great mlno scouo where b'.unum,
ns tho hero, Is imprisoned ill a mine
through an explosion of dyiiumlto
intended to , destroy him. Ills
eventual escape In erased condi
tion Is certainly ono of tho most
powerfully graphic scones ever en
acted for tho 111 ms.
Another hnlr-ralsing scene pres
ented is a tcrrlllc tight by Farnum
and three men who havo plotted
his ruin and havo almost accom
plished it. That such n promise
would bo fulfilled to tho lettor was
uiot to bo doubted by any ono who
ha seen tho William Fox Star In n
personal encounter against odds.
Tho romantic element Is nu Im
portant factor In tho play.
"Please Oct Married," tho Screen
Classics, Inc., production of thi suc
cessful Uroadway stage comedy of
honeymoons, starring dainty Viola
Dana, has been booked as tho nt-
. Friends here hae received nn- l'n al ie utoeny u.enire. oo
aouncement of the marriage of C. P'n,llnK Tuesday, and the manago
6ur Merrill, prominent stockman of mcnt a8Sl,rc3 lts' Wtrom of entor-
tho Monlll district, to Miss Mlldrca. ta,nmcnt of tho ",ost amuslnR klni
Tauline Fesscnden. daughter of ' "Vleas0 Got Mnrrloil." by Jamrs
Mr. .in.i Mr j.-,...n Kwn.! Cullcn nnd l-cwis A"cn Urowne. was
Monday, dkckmiikr 1, tu
AND TEACHER WED
Clinton. Kansas. Tho btide taught
in the Merrill schools for two years
and during that period met Mr.
Uerrlll and thus begnn the romance
that culminated In tho recent wl
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill will re
side at Merrill and will be at home I
there after December 10.
ATTEXTIO.V HKMEF CORPS.
The Regular meeting of tti9 Re
lief Corps will be held this evening.
December 1. There will be election
f officers and the regular business
the Corps transacted, but the ad
dress that was scheduled to bo giv
en by Mr. Groesbeck, as well as the
stnslcal program must be postponed
t this time on account of illness
and the entire prograra will be car
Tied out at a future date.
ono of tho hits of tho sctboa when li
was produced in New York by
Oliver Moroaco. and nil of Its mirth
provoking qualities havo been trans
ferred to tho screen.
Miss Dana Is Ideally suited for the
rolo of Muriel Ashley, tho timid
oung wife in "Please Get Married."
In the delicious situation of n wife,
but not a wife, she dlstil3 every drop
J of comedy and clevor naughtiness
with which tho play Is surcharged
Among the spectacular scenes pro
Tided for tho production are tho
burning of tho hdtel. a chuso by nu-
tomobilo and mnny beautiful and
striking bits of photography. John K.
Ince directed tho picture from tho
scenario by Finis Fox.
First show at. the, Liberty tonight
-starts at 7 o'clock -and the second
at 9 p. m. '
Iceland ,ha8 several natural re-
aources that have never been devel
oped, among the most valuable boing
its sulphur deposits.
Coal exists in many parts of Per
sia, and in the cities of Tabriz and
Teheran it is rapidly taking the
place of wood as fuel.
One of the oldest actlvesuffragista
in the United States Is Mrs. Judith
W. Smith, who Is living in Boston
in her ninety-ninth year. Mrs.
Smith began her activities with tho
pioneers of the suffrage cause
Lucy Stone, Julia Ward Howe, Sus
an B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady
Seven hundred carloads of brrom-
corn wero produced in tho famous
Lindsay district of Oklahoma this
From mines In Japan and South
Manchuria tho Japanese produce
about 25,000 tons of coal annually.
At The Liberty f
J "WOLVES OF THE NIGHT"
$ WILLIAM FARNUM
I n -
Jliiifflfl-"5 wolves op me might stt lirJmrn"
-V whuam fox .1T. , JhmPy
A stoiy of romance and intrigue in the copper coun
try of the Great Northwest
Last perfQrmances at 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock tonight
At The Liberty..
This brand of Canned
Corn is of the 11)19 pack
of superior jrrade.v
':' ni-i". .
O AM, -La JLa
THE WINNEK'S PRE.INVENTORY SALE HAS NOT A
FEW SPECIAL PRICES, BUT ALL GOODS REDUCED DUR
ING THIS SALE.
Fancy Canned Fruits
An excellent stock of Del Monte Canned Fruits are in
cluded in our Pre-Inventory Sale.
Del Monte Peaces the can, 48c; doz., $5.40
Del Monte Apricot the can, 48c; doz., $5.40
Del Monte Pears the can, 55c; doz., $5.90
Silver Thistle Peaches
Small cans, regular 30c, can 28c; doz., $3.00
Jams, Jellies and Preserves
You can NOW at these prices afford to put in quite a supply of
Jams, Jellies and Preserves. We are handling all brands and of
first class quality.
Red Ribbon Preserves, No. 16 size, in Blackberry, Loganberry,
Plum, Cherry.' Regular 50c value; now 40c
Tea Garden Preserves, all kinds except Strawberry
Regular 50c value. Sale price 45c
Strawberry. Sale price 48c
Eight-ounce Jellies in Currant, Raspberry, Loganberry,
Regular 30c. Sale price 24c
Sunkist Orange Marmalade, regular 35c. Sale price 27c
Sunkist Grapefruit Marmalade, regular 35c Sale price 27c
Welch Grapelade, regular 45c. Sale price 39c
A Splendid Assortment
We cany a large sup
ply of Cooking and Sal
Wesson Salad Oil, qts.
Sale price $ .85
Wesson Salad Oil, l-i
Gal. Reg. $1.90.
Sale price 1.60
Mazola Oil, pts.
Sale price $ .43
Mazola Oil, qt3.
Sale price 85
Mazola Oil, xz fjal.
Sale price 1.65
Mazola Oil, gal.
Sale price 3.25
Royal, Shilling's and K. C. Baking Powders are
one of the best features of our great Pre-Inventory
Sale and you will find and excellent value in this
Itoyul linking I'oivdcr, iii !.., rciilm' l!W. Halo price. ..
Itoyiil linking I'ovwltr, Hi lbs., H-gulfir ijlf.iSO Hnlo pilci
Ho id linking I'imdor, ft I lis., regular $l!.ft(. Huh) prli'o.. . ' .
KIiIIIIdk'n ItulcIiiK I'omlir, J Hi., ri-Kiiliir fiftc. Snlo jirlco
HIiIIIIiik'n IlnUiiiK i'oiwlcr, !i)L His., irj;uljtr ijU.itO Hnlo pilco..
SIiIIIIiik'h linking I'ontlcr, ft His., ivguliti- i'.'.M). Sale prico
K. C KakliiK I'Dtvili-r, tift ). Sitlo pilio
K. '. Unking I 'on iter, ft oh. Sulo prlco
It .(. UnkiiiK l'oulT, HO o.s. Hnlo price
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CRISCO. LARD AND
Crisco, 1 lb 35c
AVz lbs 53c
3 lbs $1.00
6 lbs $2.00
Sinclair's Pure Lard,
Sinclair's Pure Lard,
Large Pails $3.25
GOOD VALUES IN
White House Coffee,.
Reg. 60c. Sale price 54c
Hill Bros.' Coffee. Reg.
60c. Sale price 55c
Shilling's Coffee, "Con
tract." Sale price....57c
Barrington Hall Sol
uble glass 47c
HihmIci! IIuMiim, No. 10 pkf.
IU-K. Uftc, Hull! piltu lc
Si'iMlril KiiImIiin, No, J a pkR.
IU-k. 20c. Kali) pi leo Ifto
HiwiIIi'mn ItalsliiH, N(i. I ft Jk.
1Uk, liftp. Hale prl lo.
KccmIIcnh Ital.shiH, No. 10 i)k.
lU'K. lUv. Halo prlr ,lfto
C'liiNtcr HiiIhIiih. lU'g. KOc,
Halo price aic
I'runcH, ivtlto. llcf?. SOc.
Halo pricu l4o
I'riiftcN, 70 to HO. IU-K. 2ftc.
Hnlo price , aic
I'riiiiCH, 50 to 00. Itt'K. 27Uc
Hale price 22c
I'runoK, 0 to 40. JU'jf. llftc.
Hulo price .....Ulc
Any quantity of Soap
of all descriptions and
for all nurnoses. You,
will do better in buying
soap in large supplies at
Lenox Soap, the bar..5c
P. & G. White Nap
tha, 3 bars 25c
Ivory, 6 oz. bar,
4 bars zc
Ivory, 10 oz. bar,
3 bars 30c
Pearline, 3 for. Bc
The oldest washing
powder on the market
White Star, pte
A naptha washing pow
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