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UNDAY, JANUAltY 20, 11)20
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ie Evening Herald
AT THE THEATERS
E. J. MUnitAV
Published daily except Sunday by
fka Herald Publishing Company ot
DftBath Falls, at 116 Fourth Street.
Entered at the postottlce at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
lk malls as second-class matter.
Inbscrlptlon terms by mall to any
Mdress In the United States:
Mesiber of 4ho Associated Press
The Associated Press Is exclusively!
Mtltled to the use far republication
i all news dispatches credited to It
r not otherwlso credited In this pa-
Mr, and also local news published
All rights ot republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also reserv-
MOXDAY, JANUARY 20, 1020
O. A. C. WILL GIVE
LOVING CUP TO DEAN
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallls, Jan. 26. A silver
loving cup trill bo given by A. D
Cordley, dean of the school ot agrl
culture, to the department of the
school which has the best exhibit at
a big agricultural fair to bo given In
the college armory soon. Manage
ment of the fair Is In the hands of a
committee under Harold White ot
Kerby, a senior in agriculture.
The fair is being handled almost
entirely by the students who will be
responsible for the exhibits. Stunts
will be given as an additional attrac
tion. Tho finance committee is head
ed by J. L. Spriggs of Medtord, the
advertising by D. V. Conklln of On
tario, the awards by E." Reynolds of
LaGrande, and the exhibits by W. E.
Nlles of Grants Pass. Tho advisory
board consists of O. M. Nelson and C.
There will be a special communica
tion, of Klamath Lodeo No., 77 A. p.
& A. M. at the Masonic Hall, Monday!
evening, January ztitn, 1920, at 7:30
P. m. Work In E. A. Degree.
Visiting Brothers welcome.
26 GEO. CHASTAIN, W. M.
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I fhe 13th The UbW I
I Ai . i SUNDAY I
I IJiair and I
. VIIOll MONDAY I
I Ar MYSTERY SO CLEVERLY CONCEIVED, I
SO SKILLFULLY HIDDEN' until the last few I
H feet of the film that it would be safe to offer H
I ONF Mil I ION nni.T.ARS REWARD IF YOU I
I P.IIFClS Rlf.HTI ' I
WHO C I Fn STPPHFN IFF? .
WHO KILLED EDWARD WALES?
H It's Gripping! It's, Mystifying I
I It's Tense! It's Wonderful! . I
I 1 OTH I
I 1 J Chair" I
I SIX-ACTS OF UNFATHOMABLE MYSTERY I
A Second ' Murder is Committed while a H
H Spiritualistic Medium is trying; tp solve the deep H
I mystery, surrounding the first murder the man H
H sitting in H
I ' THE THIRTEENTH CHAIR ' I
IS STABBED TO DEATH BY UNSEEN
I Jheyrty The 13th I
I SUNDAY p , . . I
B Two Matinees Sunday, at 1:30 and 3:80 P. M.
M' ' M
"Tho Thirteenth Clmlr," tho mur
der mystery story by Ilnynrd Volller
thnt gripped Now York theatregoers
for over it your, Is showing In Its
screen version by l.oonco ferret for
I'utlio nt.tho l.lboi ty Theatre whore
a largo audience witnessed It at'eory
performance yesterday. As Klamath
Knlls 1)1)3 ivor booh tho "Stage ver
sion of "The Thirteenth Chulr" It
gots tho entire honetlt of the prolog
ue that hns been added, with the en
tiro approval of tho uuthor, to the
btory lu order to adapt It to moving
Tho story Is concerned with the
murder ot Stephen l.eo, u cad' of the
worst sort. Suspicion fnlls upon Hol
er O'Neill, who with him nt tho
tlmo ho ts stubbed, but alio did not
soo tho inurdoror. A friend of tho
murdered mini Is determined to solve
the inystory mid connives with n clair
voyant to hold n sennco and call up
on tho spirit of tho dead man to ap
cuso tho inurdoror. Uoforo tho spirit
can answer, tho ninu who asked the
question Is kllUd In tho samo manner
as l.eo. Tho problem to bo solved
then Is, who killed Stephen Leo and
tho man In tho thirteenth chair? Tho
climax comes swiftly mid with a
smashing effect that wpuld bo ruin
ed' If wo related more of the plot.
In tho hands of an excellent cast
Tho Thirteenth Chair" Is enhanced
greatly. Yvonno Delvn as tho girl bus
pected of tho murder Is a beautiful,
appealing tiguro and Crojghton Halo
a manly lovor. "Mario Shotwoll rlsos
to splondld heights In the rolo of
tho clairvoyant, and Mnrc MncDor
mott plays tho rolo of Stephen Leo
with tho fitness thnt characterizes all
'Tuesday popular William Farnum
will bo seen at tho Uborty In "Tho
W$aL tSJ l7 '
Th rllronili rn In.
dlpniiHhlo tu uur w hulti
ttmonilc Ufr, Rtul mil
vr y.-curi (! itru nl Iho
wry hcrt of intwt In
vaitman lurito nil
mall, imtillc ft ml irlv
I, by Individual ami
Published statistics show that tho
average numbor ot children In each
family In Irelnnd exceeds that of any
other European country.
IS BACK AT DESK
Atkins ltccovers. Health
Slakes Strong Statement
"Tnnlnc has certainly proved what
It can do by restoring mo. to hoalth
and I am recommending it to my
friends and customers," was tho
statement mado recently by Mrs.
Mlnnio Atkins, who is tho proprietor
ot Mother's Place, a well-patronlzou
restaurant at 129 West Broadway,
San Diego, Cal.
"About a year -ago my health bo-
Kan to fall mo- and I got In a tor
ribly weakened, run-down condi
tion,'1 continued Mrs. Atkins. "I
had almost no appetito at all and
what JJttlo I forced myself to eat did
mo more harm tban good, and all
ftho tlmo I felt so weak and tired
that it was all I could do to keop
the place going.
"After I had been In thl condi
tion Rnvernl wnnks. tho clerk In the
hotel noxt door told mo nbout Tan
lac and advised mo to give it a trial.
Well, IL. was no time after I began
taking it before I was feeling better,
and Tiy the. tlmo I had. finished my
second Gottlo my appetite had come
back, I could digest everything I ate
perfectly and was feeling just as
flae as over.
"I waB in tho very best of health
until about threo months ago, when
I had a bad case of the influenza and
was In bed a week and unablo to
attend to my work for two weeks
more. I was. loft in such a weaken
ed condition that I was hardly able
to got across tho lloor and had pains
and aches all over my body. I lost
my nppotito again and was troubled
so with Indigestion that nearly every
thing I a to or drank disagreed with
mo. 'I v'NJnH
"I sent for Tanlac again and took
two more bottles, and It did just like
It had done a year before, and It was
no tlmo before I was able to do my
work with as much easo as ever and
without getting tired or worn out.
I can eat anything I please without
any bad effects at all, and tho palm
all left mo and I am never troubled
In any way. Tanlac is certainly a
fine medicine and It Is always a plea
sure to mo to recommend It when
ever I get a chanco."
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Palls
by tho Star Drug Co,, and' in Lorella
by tho James Merc. Co. Adv.
rniiE war could not have been won without railroads.
- Transport by rail and sea is an indispensable
arm of national defence. '. - v
. -Carrying capacity, from the wheat (Velds and the
mines and the steel mills to the front lines in France,
was yie measure of our power in war.
And it is the measure of our owor in peace;
Industrial, expansion increasing national prosperity-
r 'greater world trade tiro vitally dependent on railroad
' The limit to tho productive power of this" country is llio
limit set by railroad 'capacity to haul- tin) products of bur
The amount of freight carried on American rails il,mbhil
from 1897 to 1905-sinco that year it ha.4 doubled ;;i.-
If Will double still ntnhi. '
To haul this rapidly growing traffic the country must
have more railroads more cars and engines more tracks
Sound national legislation, broad-visioncfl -public regula
tion will encourage tho expansion of railroads, without which
tho nation cannot grow. . (
9?':'adivridcnwil & piMidhcdbij lie
. . SiociatioivofSlailumiixecudvcd
Thott dAlring informntlnn rinirrrnlntl l.'ir ruth m, I i.lwtlim moil til,h n (,tern
tur lV mrltlni) to Ihe Al4ix.iut,u,i of l.miuity I i. .iuuuim y, una l'ortf
LKASK OP KIHK SAW JIIMj.
Up to twelvo o'clock noon. Janu
ary 31, 1920, sealor bids will bo re
ceived adilreased outside to tho sup
erintendent, Klamath Agency. Oro-
gon, for tho leaso of the Kirk-Saw
Mill. Each bid must bo accompanied
by certified check tor ono thousand
dollars ($1000) returnable to un
successful bidders and Bhall stato tho
stumpago to" bo paid which must not
be less than I3.C0 per M, tho Mill
rental which shall not bo less than
$1.25 per M and the prices at which
lumber will be sawed and planed for
Government uso. The right Is reserv
ed to reject any of all bids. Proposals
will bo mado on blnnWorms of leaso
furnished on request from tho" Klam
ath Agency, Oregon..
WALTER 'a. WEST,
Surety boada wnlle yon wait. Chip
cote A-Smltti. ' 8-tf
NOTICE O. K. 8.
Notlco is hereby given that tboro
will bo a regular 'meeting of Aloha
Chapter No. CI O. E. S. at tho Mason
ic Hall, on Tuesday Evonlng, Janu
ary 27th, 1920, at 8:00 o'clock p. m
Visiting Sisters nnd Brothers wol-
EFPID S. CHASTAIN,
20-27. Worthy Matron
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PACTS NO. 400
WORTH ALL OF IT
Tho state of Now York has
spont $130,000,000 building
1092 miles of, paved roads
and C820 miles of rubblo or
non-endurablo types. Land
vnlu6s havo more than
doubled, particularly, along
roads' paved with
All main . Klamath Falls,
Grants Pass and Ashland
streets aro paved with War-renlto-Dltullthlc,
all over 10
years in service.
Try 'em. Herald Want Ada.
I'olo Is tho oldest outdoor giimo
played todny. Tho I'orsluifs jtluyod
It COO II. C.
Tho A111U70II 'Is ostliiiiitod to ho
lourly 700 foot doop at u point 1,000
miles from tho sou.
Upholstering, Mattress Renovating. Furniture Repairing of all kinds
PHONE 41 -W
CRATING AND PACKING
IF IT CAN BE FIXED, WE WILL FIX IT
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