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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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JVlvK Store Ope" Evenings Until Xmas
Last Minute Specials on Men's Gifta-
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One-third Off on nil Bath Robes.
One-third Off on nil Smoking Jackets.
One-third Off on all Silk Mufflers.
One-third Off on all Collar Bags.
One-third Off on all Fancy Box Sets.
One-third Off on all Men's Slippers.
Take advantage of these last minute specials, as they all make
good, sensible ,useful gifts.
THE MEN'S XMAS STORE
Opening Evenings Until Christinas
1 PERSONAL MENTION f
Chas. Marple, one of the proprie
tors of the Diamond Tire and Vul
canizing Co., left yesterday in hii
automobile for Redding, California.
Captain O. C. Appleg3te and
daughter Miss Rachel Applegate lett
this morning for Medford, where
they will pass the holidays with re
latives. Mrs. Henry Bolvin loft this morn
ing for San Jose to spend a month
with her son, Harry, who is attend
ing school at Santa Clara Univer
sity. Mrs. W. E. Smith, whose husband
ta proprietor of the Dairy Store has
returned from the hospital where
she has been tor the past mouth
nuch improved In health.
Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Itahn. of Swan
Lake returned Saturday evening
from a month's visit in San Frnncls
co. H. E. Hnuger. representing Well-man-l'eck
of San Francisco, has re
turned from a two weeks trip ovor
U. A. Krause returned last night
from a business trip to San Francis
co. Lee Sullivan returned last night
i irom uoiiage urove, wnere no was
' called by the death of his wife's
j fathor. Mrs. Sullivan was with her
I father during his illness and will
remain at Cottage Grove for some
KID McCOV AGAIN HKKX IN
HIS OLD IMH7.K 1UN TOGS.
On tho program of the latest ox
position ot tho "volcoloss nrl" mtulo
by David Wark Griffith from a story
by Thomna Ilurke, "Llmohouso
Nights," and called "Broken Blos
soms," the name ot Norman Selby
will be found, playing tho part ot a
prize-tighter, a part which tills Indi
ana man played so well In reul life.
Audiences who see "Broken Bios
some" (luring' Its run tit tho Liberty
Theatre will learn with considerable
J Interest that behind this engagement
I of Selby, known to tho ring as "Kid I
McCoy," lies a story.
Battling was a type that Is too (
little 1 &-y ear-old Lucy, to V-hom the
mystery of life and death to brought
by tho Chinese poet, Chang Hunn. Of
him his creator wrote'
'Battlln wan n type that Is too
common In the eastern districts of
Londen: a typo that upsets all ac
cepted classifications. Ho wouldn't
bo classed. He was a curious mix
ture ot athlotlclsm and degeneracy.
Ho could run like n deer, leap like
a greyhound, fight like a machine,
and drink like a nuctlon-liono. He
was n bully; he had the courage of
the high hero. He was an open-air
spert: he had tho vices of n French
Yet with all his dominance ovor
the toughs of the East India dock
district ho had to come, nt the last,
to meet a real fighter.
With his quick sense of npproprl
nteness it was plain to Mr. Griffith
that tho fight of Battling Burrow
In tho prize ring must be no Inns
reullstlc and artistic than any of
the othor ttconon lu this moving dra
ma of the London slums. And ho he
picked the one man who, even If ho
lias passed tint ngo when fighting Is
a Joy, yet remains lu tho momorlu
of his admirers, as tho one clean,
crafty, adopt muster of his profes
sion. - So It Is that once more In "Broken
Blossoms" you nee Kid McCoy, with
alt his old pluverness; his contempt
for his ring money; his smashing
blows ninl deft defense, trying to
boat down the brutal father of poor
tinmen i.ucy, una nu enraging uiu
bully by his skill that when Battling
Burrows emergen victorious from',
the ring and flushed with pride, his I
decadent mind Is ready for the sav-
age cry, "My daughter Hlth a Chink
llll'ine, I'll show 'mil," and so rnibe
out to be the Instrument ot th
Fates In tho trnglo dlmu ot one o
tliu most poignantly beautiful lot
stories that the American state hs
"Broken Blossoms," haj Its fa
showing tonight. 2M'
POK VAI.M'.V ItANCIIKH
AND OI.KXK MM, m
Edward John Ilobcrts, a well
known ranrliur of Too valley, to
Miss I'aullne Turner were raarrle
this afternoon by Justlco N. J, Chap
man. Tho bride's father operates
sawmill near Olene and the rouoi
people nro both well known here.
Gifts With an Artistic Appeal
A woman appreciates pretty things,
so in making selections for "HER"
.don't overlook the artistic touches in
connection with her Christmas gifts.
In this limited sp'ace we will try to give you a fairly comprehen
sive idea of the enormous line of Christmas gift goods which we
are showing. The things we emphasize are quality; quality of all
these goods is the highest obtainable. In the assortment we have
tried to show completeness by exhibiting all the standard and
usual items found in a drug store and with many sundries, fancy
items and specialties which drug stores seldom present Use this
in completing your gift list, check off items for purchase. Come
and see th egoods, select early for best choice.
Fresh, Fragrant and Delightfully
The concentrated odors of all the world have
been gathered toether at our perfume counter
there to be selected as Christmas gifts. They
may bo tested and chosen in bulk or in fancy
gift packages. We also have an excellent line
of Toilet Waters, Sachet Powders, etc. Her
Christmas will not be complete without some of
these dainty odors. If she has a special favor
ite, we probably know what it is.
the correct vmrmo ?aper
Modish Stylex in tho Sew Tints and Tex lures
Personality Is reflected in one's correspondence.
Therefore, if you select stationery for gift pur
poses, you mubt choose with Judgment. Wo havo
a complete lino of
Highland Linen mid Cnine'h Linen Lawn
which conforniH to fashion's latest mandates
an assortment that will meet every need ,a shailo
for every fancy, a texture for every taste, a prico
for every purse. Many of these papors are
packed in pretty holiday boxes. Paper, Envel
opes, Tablets, Correspondence Cards.
Brush, comb, Mirror Sots
Tooth Brush Holders
Ladles' Purses ,
Hot Water Bottlos
Choose Practical Gifts
A man wants something which he
can enjoy things which will be use
ful instead of ornamental.
If you are puzzled about his gift,
come in and get suggestions from the
scores of practical things which our
If AutoSlrop I
Let this list prove your best aid in gift selections. Remember the
service that goes with our gift suggestions. Come to our store,
look over the stocks all you please, ask any questions about them,
and buy or not as our goods or prices might appeal. Bring the
youngsters and let them look, too; they will help you in many use
ful suggestions; they know what they want and will gladly tell
you. Le them come here and buy their individual gifts; we will
serve them as pleasingly as we would you.
A Dally Hoiiilnder "III be Your Howard
Glvo a man something useful and ho Is sure i w
npproclato it. An up-to-date shaving outfit win
bring dally comfort and cause him to recall me
donor. , ,
Wo have an excellent assortment of
Kiuoi-h, Hafety Itnora. Hlroppers, Mugs.
Brushes, Toilet Witters. H"PS
I'otwlerx. etc. ...
Lot us fix up a complete oiiulpinont wliicii win
Insure n quick, cleun shave.
Wo have arranged home upcclnl ouinw
In pretty lioiiy M""-"
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cnura tho ohoor which It hrliign inn w "' ,
by every niombor of tho family, men. i .
Borvlconblo (luulltloa menu that H m. iy or
Joyod throughout tho year. Wo mo ai,i
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