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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Br MARY OKAHAM BONNRR
(UoprrliM Hilt br We. urn litmptp, Uoiudi
WJirn ChrldtmtiH comes evoryhodv sinriR mtviM-tiaim? .. n iu t
0p to us to advortlso also. HUT wo don't need much advertising, V
..twnt to keep tho public posted Hint our munii nni hno tu.n ir.A
' ringed for their bonjint. You will nnd tunny Reed things to ut
nd your hungor win do appended when you hnvo dined n i. !
A Jewel Cafo. JL
I ffuntit oven mentions tld to thit nil hi If nml nnlnlu mil (,,. l,.i Z
V... , nnnntii mimf linf HH whv mil lint nl llw. i
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'610 Main St Phone 185 Y
Cryttilt ef Unlimited Site.
Artificial cryMnla of (rent regular-
fit md clearness nnd of almnit un-
Dolled ilif, ore claimed on product
f lh perfected procesa of II. V.
jlnorf, an American phyalclat. Tlif
voil growing of rrystala conslata In
ttiMrallnff the solution In which a
Hull crjatal It suspended aa a nu
dum. In the new method, the aolu-
tloo l kept slightly auperaaturated.
md Hit growth continue aa I our aa
ttila condition la maintained. Crya-
nil ef Itochella salt (aodlum-potaa-
iia tartrate) more than three Inch
MlneralH are the chief resource,
for Mexico Is one of tho foremost
silver producing countries of tho
world. Tho country nlso has rich
iiupoHiis oi copper, tend, mercury,
Iron, sulphur, tin, and other
ANTA CLAUS wns hmk
In his workshop. It
looked very empty. And
no wonder. If you could
lme ttiken the trip
wlil( h Hiiulli Onus took
you would hnve seen the
renson why. ilmuuh It
would not he hnnl for
imy of us to guess the
Kim in tlnus on the
night hefore Christ tuns
( hnd stopped nt the toy ston-s nnd Imil
iiikiti me toys which he hnd left there
so unit the ehlldren i-oulil -v iliein ,fS
mill write letters telling what they A,
Hy that time he hnd nnckn nnd nnrks ' Y
of toys, us tnnny us his sleigh could
hold, nnd while his workshop wns ?
empty there was a nice, cheerful no- JL
peiirunce iihout It. '
There were lots of tools uround. Js.
however and there were hits of cloth
left from tanking dresses and hats for
ftnlllii ntiil fftiofA ..... ft. I- A.. .
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rlhhons which hnd tied puckngrs. There I
were pleres of wood. too. which hnd J
been snwed off hen bouts were made. W
There were nniny other things which 2
showed !t hnd been a toy ahop. It .A
looked as If It hud been full bf toys 2
minorni'l "n,y " n,,w w,ll,e ' nnd not only ,A
mineral ,0)l , ()f rvprv ,or of a (;,r,Ktna)l
present for eery sort of a rhlld. IV
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WE ARE PLEASED TO AN
NOUNCE THE CHOICEST
I aA XAT X I 1TT X
of surpassing beauty and
worth have been assembled
here for the holidays.
We make the following suggestions to make it easier to solve the
, question. "What shall I give?"
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i A Ore was burning cheerfully In the
im-ue ui ueiery lana. he nlmii un,l u... m..i,i- .i, 1.
K. Smith. 517 Main Street. I .hT... ;,. ';.. "T "'""' ",rw',,B
.. , -....,. r nun n i mi. noi mere was
il " ofn fire. loo. at the end of the
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population of ubout half a million.
fenf and two Inches thick hare been ,B tho cnu,tal onl cbe center of
produced, with all surfacea and angles In the higher altitudes of Mexico.
perfect This salt la most voluble wheat, corn, nnd other rrpfll B.
JL'JVTV"! UI,frM,,ur",,on " raised, while tho lowlands produce
Mined by dissolving In hot water. , .... . ...
...t.llrhflrrM.Hn.. Will. tl.. -IJ .. . I "' b" l"uuuen UI CUIKU, riCO,
thtrmostet the temperature Is so regu-1 HUBUr cano' colton' tobacco, cocoa, And Boy of the North waa happy that
kifd at to keep up tha supersaturated nna lrPcnl fruits. , Santa Claus waa so pleased by the
twdltlon. The sei crystal Is sua- I w""" wrapper and Rllppera which he
American naa got tor tils master.
a rug beside the chair sat Bov
of the North, his head against the
knee of Santa Clans.
He waa wagging bis tall from time
to time and looking Into his master's
"Good old Boy of the North, never
forgets his master 1" sold Snntn anus.
and other precious stcnee In luxurious
setting of p'atinum and gold, watches
of tho best Swiss and American manu
facture, lavallires, brooches, rings,
pins, gold and silver novelties, rare
sterlln? and plated silverware, cut
glass. In fact, anything to supply one's
wants in the jewelry line.
Muta! In the solution of the material. LLW hnv.e n ,?0:00 . A.mer,9?
iidirowth 1. said to continue Indef-. Tlt or IfiO 00 Ve look Me "O0l,0ld " ot ,he " " Y There are only 9 days left until
kltel, .Mi efflclent c-ontrol. I Kn, tZ M rl l n.- ?i", ?nn,n .C" "". Ittlng him. and A
Cnsh or frm. wim.r. 7np. Min "0T or "'p Norh "nlffed the air. and JL -
So that your gift may be engraved,
we have an engraved. Shop early.
In anticipation of the greaest holi
day business we have ever experienced,
wc have made adequate preparations.
Our display windows are filled and our
show cases brimming over with the
.most exquisite line of PYRALIN IVORY
ever shown in a city of this size. Can
be had in sets or separate pieces, and
nothing will please HER more than to
add to the collection she already pos
sesses or purchase a full set while our
stock is complete.
Beat yet. Herald Want Ada.
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I Cash or terms. Winters,
Santa Cluus aa though to
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
On account of the condition of the roads, our de
livery service will leave the market promptly on this
Going cast nt 8:30 a. W.
Going west at :00 n m.
fioing east nt 10:30 a. m.
Going rant at 11:00 a. m.
One delivery In the afternoon at 3 o'clock. '
THE PEOPLE'S MARKET
"Who wouldn't be good If he be
longed to you? You're always cheer
fnl and happy and always thinking of
HHtMtl I .
Call at the
We are open nights and Sundays
"THE PICK OP THE PICTURES"
.XV. POOLE, Owner.
HARRY JIOHEb, Musical Director
"THE GARDEN OF ALLAH"
Robert Hichens' Story of the Sahara .
and a good Comedy and News Weekly
at the Matinee
1 "THE GARDEN OF ALLAH"
and at Night
Adapted from the famous novel by Eleanor H.
Porter, author of "Pollyanna"
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open 1:80 uml 7:po P. M. Evening pictures shut nt 7:30
706 Main Street
Jeweler and Optician
AT THE THEATERS
others. You like children and you like
to bear them laugh and you work for
them all the year. You're their King.
King Santa Cfaus, and you're my mas
ter." So Boy of the North tried to talk to
Santa Clnus and Santa Claus under-
One of the most exciting episodes
in Douglas Fairbanks new Artcraft
picture, "The Knickerbocker Buck
aroo," which will be shown tonight
at the Star Theatre, is that oi tne
screen athlete climbing out ot a,
window of a speeding Pullman, i
continuing up to the roof of the
car and running along on the top of
the train, then Jumping to the
swinging arm of a water feeder
from which he leaps onto the back
of a horse. This is the start of a
thrilling chase in which two hun-
I ured cowboys pursue, Fairbanks for
miles up into the hills. Arrange-
Pathe, "Dawn" boasts the real thing
I in all-star cast, Flora Finch, one of
I the earliest of the earliest of screen
I personalities, is cist in the role "of!
the cantankerous aunt who possess-1
es more money than charity. Harry
Davenport who plays the role of,
one of the 'Three Wise Fools" inj
the play of that name all last winter
on Broadway, is the lovable old
father who hoped each new picture
he painted would revive the family
I Fanny Rice, a mirth-provoker in
all Blackton pictures, is the rhyme
making, dollar-stretching Susan
Betts, maid of all work and general
house manager. James Furey, one
of the best loved of "old men" on
Short trips, 50a passen
ger; Pelican Bay or Ship
pington, 1.50 for either 1
or 3 passengers.
Rex Cafe. Phone 77
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Anyone wishing a Duplex com
bination chair and table can leave
Via otvmnvt Id tha Olvrfl W7o vofovdn . VAtll" Adrian of YITImtA TAmnlw
stood.' He stroked the dog's head, and menu were made with the office of Gug A,exander though h,s partner, I Store. O. Fylling. 13-3t
ns ne smuea. iookiuc into tne BreDluce. , io uircgiui-ucuciai ui .ainuaua
"It was a wonderful trip, Boy of the
North. I love to sit down here In my
easy chair on Christmas dsy nnd think
about It Oh. I saw so many lovely
children. They were n sleep and such
nice smiles were plnying around their
mouths. I hoped, Boy of the North. I
hoped they were thinking nboua me.
because I like to have them fond of
And Boy of the North pressed
nearer ns though to say:
"They're fond of you Just as I am
fond of you Just ns fond ns enn be!"
"My reindeer had such a good time,
too. You'll have to go out nnd see
them in their stalls soon, and hear how
they hnd to slow up whenever they
nmde lots of noise, for I wns so nfrnld
they would nwnken the children.
"And now. Boy of tho North, you
know what I must do I"
Boy of the North stretched himself
nnd pot up. lie followed Suntn Clinic
to n corner of the workshop nnd then
back to n window while Santa Clnus"
cnrrled n long, long telescope.
"This Is my mnglc telescopo which
you see me use each year, Boy of the
North," suid Snntn Claus. "1 !ook,nt
children nil over tho world, nnd when
they smile nnd 1 can see how hnpoy
they are rten I am being thanked for
"It wns very hnrd this yenr to get
nil that the children wanted. Some
years are harder than others, but the
children understood and I haven't seen
a single scowl. No, Boy of the North,
not a slugle scowl,
"Oh, what thanks! Every child ev
erywhere Is smiling, Boy-of tho North,
and every child Is happy I"
And there were tenrs In those merry
(winkling eyes of Santa Claus yes,
tenrs hu( tears of Joy nt the smiles
of children whom he bad been able to
ae through tilts muglc telescope.
for the use of an entire train for
the scenes above described. An
abandoned track in the San Fer
nando desert was selected for tho
location, because of the scenario
demanding the desert atmosphere.
Eddie Dunn, is cast in a more Ber-TEAMS WANTED To haul saw
Jous role, gets some laughs out oft mm boilers and machinery from
his comedy role. Others in the near Olene to two and a half miles
cast are Margaret Barry and Gladys below Yalnnas, on Sprague river.
ri-t Good sleighing. Good pay. H. H.
Miss Breamer, of course, is cast 251-R
bid Lincoln or Phone
na Dorothy Pnrkman, the sweet-)
heart of Keith Burton, who had to LOST Bar pin with scroll design,
Critics who have seen Sellg's "The deceive him before she could prove 'ndon M$- Return to Mrs.
r.nr,?o f 4iinh fiimoii frnm Rnh. ..... ..,., ..J . . ,.... s- . Francis, 711 Oak or Phone
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ert Hichens' wonderful novel of the,waa unshaken. Robert Gordon is
same name, have nsserted that it
ls particularly convincing in his role
the greatest love story ever present- or the Doy nrtlst who must needs
ed on the motion picture screen. atilrt ufe nU over agaln when he
The love scenes between Helen; joses na sjght.
Ware and Thomas Santschi are r
very strong, and in Addition, there
are a succession of scenic pictures! The population of Mexico is n
amazing in their olaboratness. little over 15,000,000, or less than
"Tho, Garden of Allah" was pro- that of the two states of New Yck
duced by Colin Campbell, the fa- and Pennsylvania, and of this only
mous director, who produced "Tho 'about 20 por cent are white.
Spoilers," "ThO NnW-nnAVnll."!
Special communication Klamath
Lodge No. 77, A. F. and A. M.,
Monday evening, Dec. 15. Work In
the F. C. Degree. Visitors welcome.
By order of GEO. C. ULRICH,
13-2t W. M.
Lou, San Luis Potosi, Puehla and.
t Guadalajara are centers of the mln-
"Th Crisis," '-Tho
Tho Arabian cities at tho edge ot
tho Sahara, notably "Beni-Mora,"
are presented realistically
temples, mosques, the bazaars, thoi
walls of huge stone, etc., are beauti
ful and faithful in every respect.
See "The Garden of Allah,',' tho
last word in cinematography, at
tho Liberty Theatre, tonight.
"Dawn," one of Eleanor H. Por-'
ter's most widely read novels, is the1 $
attraction at the Liberty Theatre J
Sunday, J. Stuart Blackton is tho,V
producer of this charming story of
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Dance on the Largest nnd Best Floor
Admissien: 75c, War Tux Included; Ladies Freo
optimism. In it he has starred
those popular favorities, Sylvia
Breamer and Robert Gordon. Stan
ley Olnwtead adapted tho story to
tit onftmn Aa la llalinl with ttlA
Blackton production, distributed by I m$mm$