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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Evening Herald
E. J. MUltltAY
AT THE THEATERS
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jj TUESDAY, DECEMDKK 10, 1010
f: REITERATED BY
A strong and dranintl." picture H
'Dust of Desire" w'-i : Is sluwn itl
Tho Liberty Thoatr tonight Tho
itr.ry Is that of ; ymntft Mu"ty i;lrl
l,o, believing Uor former loir
Vad, inarrlei u riding South Aricrt
can explorer. Tho lover subsequcnMy
turns up, nnd ngnln tho 4ituatlm ot
tho eternal triangle - two nton In
lovo with tho same woman devel
ops. A new complication nrisej In the
pt-rson of tho Jealom wife of tho riv
al and the electrifying rcono be
tween the two women Is ono of the
Its' of superb drumnt'c acting thtit
has beon seen on the sot eon V
!ong while, and It u hro that the
play reaches Its stHrtllm: cllnm The
star of "Dust of Desire" U ltubye Do
Itemer and her acting In this pro-'
ductlon "Is nil that could bo desired "
Tho story told by this photoplay ls(
vitally human ond absorbing. t
. r .'
The Liberty Theatre .announces
"The Master Man" as tho big feature
attraction for Wednesday, and Man-,
ager Poolo assures .'his patrons that
in this play they have a thoioughly.
satisfying entertainment, presentHg
America's greatest character m'tor
in the greatest piece of screen work
ho has ever accomplished. ,
Miss Lillian Olsh has again prov-,
ed her remarkable talent as a screen ,
actress in her performance of Lucy,
tho child in "Broken Blossoms." D.
W. Griffith's art sensation, soon to'
bo shown at tUo Liberty Theatre. In
'Thomas nurko's story, "The Chink
and tho Child." taken from "Llme-
house Nights," Lucy, tho daughter
of "Dattllng Burrows," Is supposed
to bo 12 years old, but with tho II
conso ot tho artistic producer, Mr.
Griffith took tho liberty of adding
three years to her ago.
Few who see her performances as
Lucy will forget that tragic moment
Ye Women of Fashion Take Note !
Beginning Wednesday at 9 a. m. Sharp
Special Sale of Dresses and Coats
' "Yesterday's disastrous fire at the
"White Pelican garage proved that
people. will take chances," said Fire
Chief Miller today in discussing the
fire, which started from a blow
torch used to thaw frozn plumbing.
"I want to urge every one again to
avoid, the use of a blow torch, bunwwnen at ner uuiiying father's com
ing waste or flames of any kind in n,nnd sne trJeg t0 pusi, ner wnn n,)s
thawing frozen pipes." said the fire ,nto the cmblance of a smile. Mr.
chief. "The safe plan is to wrap tholGr)ftItn declares that this was a
pipes with rags and pour boiling I purelv involuntary piece of acting;
water 0,er lnem- for when, during the photography of
"I have made this suggestion he-t the Ir3t sceno 0 cruelty between
fore and I want to emphasize it, now , 1)er father and herself and she was
that we have this deplorable object j au ln very re3i tenr3i he suggested
lesson on the danger connected with j as director that she smile through
The chief also urges all house
holders to examine their flues and
She was so wrought up over the
scene that she tried to smilo but
see that the w-all paper laths and i couid not and then, quite naturally, I
otner mnamjnable material does not and without thought of artifice, she.
touch the stove pipe. wJth trembling fingers tried to push
we naa an alarm faunday from ' up the corners of her lips. It was so
othe E. H. Jefferson place, E.splanade pathetic and human a gesturo that
and Huron streets" he said, "where. -jr. Griffith at once realized its value
the-fire was caused by laths in the land it remains one of the striking
partition becoming ignited from hH notes of the performance of this;
tieater pipe. Fortunately the Are was moving 'tale of loves and lovers."
txaecaed before much damage wu
done, but every one may not be so
Other cities besides Klamath Falls
Buffered fires Btarted by blow tor
ches during the cold spell. The state
tire marshal has asked the public to
avoid this practice, so prolific in
causing life and property loss, and
Portland has asked the city authori
ties to pass an emergency ordinance
penalizing the use of the blow torch;
In this connection.
0UEG0N Tonight and Wednes
day, rain in the west, snow in the
east portion, warmer in the 'ntu i
iorf southerly winds, Increasing to
gales along the coa.H.
Every Coat and Dress offered in this sale just received
The moct important Dress and Coat event ever held in Klamath
County. Over 75 new dresses and 100 coats. .
Ihe cost of silk fabrics z steadily advancing. Spring will bring
much higher prices on all silk frocks. Many of these dresses are
forerunners of Spring modes. This is your opportunity! Grasp
The Herald would brin; good
cheer from Klamath Ceunty: nm
only during the Christmas season,
but during every day In the year.
THE DRESSS FABRICS ARE :
Satins, Vaf7etac, Charmeuse, Georgette,
Tricolette, Tivcotine, Scrge3 and Jerseys.
Sale prices $3.85 to $39.75
THE COATS ARE MADE OF
Silvci'tone, Broadcloth, Kersey, Plush, Zibe
Iinc, Polo Cloth, etc.
Sale Prices $19.75 to $98.75
x i atui rTTp t CAr.nc
Interesting reports on tho pro
gress made In the organization cf
the Klamath Falls Athletic assoc'.a-
tlon are expected, tonight at tho.
((.................iiji meeting in the city hall. Commit
" 1" tees on securing fjuarters, constltu-
Have sold the four houses advertised in these
columns this month for the reason that they were
veiy good values.
HERE IS ANOTHER
A 7-room house and bath, cost $4,000.00 to
build and could not be replaced for less than
$6,500.00. Lot is beautiful and sightly, cost
Will sell this property for $3,000.00 with a
cash payment of only $500.00; balance like rent.
. I have an auto and' a bicycle to sell at a price.
J. F. Maguire
125 North Seventh Street
Hon nnd by-laws and other matters
affecting the permanent organization
were appointed at a meeting lai;t LJ
Friday night and some of them will jj
have reports (o make tonight that
may he vital to the success of tho
There Is a strong sentiment be
hind tho organization movement, in
dicated by the fact that 150 mem
ber's were signed in one day's can
vass. In order to keep tho move
,ment alive, the men active in its
promotion as ask'nf all citizens in
terested, directly or remotely, in tho
aas:clation to lend the Mipi'ort of
their presence at tonight's meeting.
It is called for S o'clock.
Chinese parent.? arc pfra'd to give
Uheir children tho f'no high sound
ing names their lovo siiggesrtu, lest
tho ovll spirits of whom tr-ey stand
in constant fear should come to
understand how precious they are
and cnuBo them nome calnmity. So
tho little ones are called by such
names as Little Stupid, and tho
like, tho Idea being that when tho
spirits hear tho children called by
such uncomplimentary names they
will imagine that he 'parents caro
very little for them, and will not
take the trouble to molest thorn, .
SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY ') pj;r' : :::l
A No. 1 bulk Coffee, per pound 50c
For a very short time I have a Christmas Special on a limited
amount of fancy TOILET SOAPS in an elaborate steel lock box,
containing 1G bars of highly scented toilet soap. This box alone
is worth $3.50. This week, special $4.50.
I also have this same assortment in a fancy paper box con
taining 17 bars at $3.00 per box. Either one makes an ideal Christ
mas gift. You will .have to see these to appreciate their value.
I also have everything in Candies and Cookies.
Just in Royal Ann Cherries 2 ',, 55c a can; Sliced Yellow
Cling Peaches, No. 2io can, 50c.
I also have a good assortment of JAMS. Orange Marmalade
at 4Cc Also Mince Meat at 93c and Plum Pudding at 60c.
Pineapple in No. 1, 2 and 2V-. cans at 35c, 42c and 48c per
can. All new stock, just received from San Francisco.
For your Christmas fruit cake Orange, Lemon and Citron
Peel Currants at 43c a package. Sun Maid Seeded Raisins 28c
All kinds of Pickles, Pigs'' Feet and Sauer Kraut in bulk. Also
Peanut Tlnttfii finrl Rnvinv in hnll
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(Jur Canned Good??. inr ludinrr OvstPi-s fiinrrts. Shrimps,
and Sardines, are absolutelv guaranteed. Your money cheei
refunded if you arc not satisfied with anvthing,you purchase
in this store.
Cash and Carry Store
The Place Where You Can't Go Wrong"
111) N. 4th St. l'hono 18B
Just around the corner from the First National Bank
P. C. KNIGHT, Prop.