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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1920)
ItTBSDAY, JANUAHT 27, IBM
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Announcing the Opening
220 MAIN STREET
(Post Office Building)
February 2d, 1920
Undei ownership of
RAY CCRAWFORD, SAM H. FRANCIS
GAUIOH 11UHY. IN MOVING 8'WH'K,
7 nqtick a r. O. E.
''AH Elks niid wives whether a mem
ber of this lodgo or not are Invited
to attend, the Leap Year party at
Efts Temple, Jan. 30. 27
Dance .at Merrill next. Friday.. Jan.
30r MiioJc by Kay-Jay' orchestra of
Moose ;HalL - 27-28
R Jl, Gnrleh hns taken possession
of the Wlnnok Grocery, which ho re
cently purchased, and Is moving In
tho slock from his old storo next to
thq postofflco. Ho will not bo com
pletely Installed In tho now quartans
.until February 1st and until Hint
date- will" rdcotvo customers at botu
stores. - '
Again wo nro showing tho most
beautiful and exclusive lino of Val
entino and Grootlng Cards over
brought to Klamath Falls. Ploneor
Printing and Stationery Company,
126 Main Street (Houston Opera
Houso Block,). 21
Want Ads bring rcsaltiu
tbnt Need to Tell You"
J says the Good Judge y
Why so many men are
going to the small chew of
this good tobacco. J
:Ydii;get real tobacco sat-
out of this small
ON GERMAN BORDER
KATTOWITZ, Uppur SllCaln, Jnn.
3. Thuro is a, holo or gap In tho
eastern customs bordur of Qormnny
a? well as In tho west and thru both
It Is charged articles of luxury and
Oermiui money nru flowing. Illegal
traders from Poland slip thru tho
German Hues every day and ruturn to
Poland with whatever thoy can pur
cbnsu In tho. way of shoes, clothe,
textiles, sugar and food, much of
which Germany wants to rolnln for
her own use but which also nro
greatly dcslrcirin Poland.'
Thoro Is no border and no hind
rance of this tradn. It Is allegod thiit
tho goods thus shipped from tier
many Into Poland has run up Into
millions of murks.
(lordon MHNIn of Seattle, n young
nttomoy, arrived Sunday and will lio
iibsoclntod with the logl firm of Fer
guson & Flotchor hereafter.
Parks Schneider formorly of Hoso.
purg mil who nas uocn in aimirm.ior
cloven months with tho Short Squad
has nrrlvcd in Klnmnth Falls to mako
his homo. Ho will bo associated with
tho Spot Cash Basket Grocery.
.. ' vy-j
chtewThe rich taste
' ljiets and lasts. You don'fc
&&! a fresh chew so
often. Any man who uses
the Real Tobacco Chew
will tell you that.
Pat Up In Tu)o$fyl
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut 'tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
NOGALES. Arlx., Jan. 27. Ono of
tho- most remarkable cases handled
by local surgeons In roccnt years is
that of Pedro Jamit, a Syrian mer
chant of Tuzpan, Nnyarlt, Mexico. A
bullet that had boon lodged In Jam
It's back for several months was re
moved recently at a hospital horo.
Jamit was hold up and robbed of
n.RM 'y bandits. Ho, was shot thru
tho head, In tho hip and In tho stom
ach. "Tho first two ballots camo out
of their own accord, whllo tho one
that entered tho stomach was romov
ed by tho surgeons. ,
After being wounded, Jnmlt was
taken Into tho mountains by the ban
dits. During tho lG-dnys J.hat ho ro
mained thoro, ho received no medio:'"
treatment, his Wounds bolng washed
with cold wntor by an aged Mexican
nurse. Through tho aid of n Mexican
woman, tho Syrian escaped and mndo
his way to tho border.
Last year Jamit was robbed of $5,
000 by bandits. .
Erlrrrrr&rWEKi&rter "" -'r "
'X' , - -
Z C1 4 ili"&l"&i"t"t"Zl4
many weeks of delay the calendar you
have been waiting for has arrived.
On Thursday ovoning llila olty will
bo tiunted to u liltlmrto unknown on
tertnlnmout. Dnnclug ns h high art,
where buauty of form and grace of
mov.umont all servo to Interpret tho'
oti.otlons HUggcsted by muslo, Is now
ami Is Just beginning to bo appreciat
ed in thl.i country. Only throe groups
of dnncurs now in tho United States
are cnpnblo of furnishing an enter
tainment on such a high piano ami,
ti.CHo aio the Ruth St. Denis Dancers,
h-ndora Duncan group and tho ltus
Sm Ballet. Tho Ruth St. Denis Dan
cers nro unlquo and hold perhaps
tho highest plnco.
Tho personnel of tho Dancers who
will appear Thursday evening Is un
usually Interesting. Doris Humphrey
and Clalro Nilos nro tho two most
experienced and export dancers, both
having been for several roiihoiih on
tour with Miss St. Denis, Uuth Aus
tin is a splendid dancer and linn just
loturncd front a tour of Honolulu
and tho Islands. Julnnno Johnston,
who has mudo unite a reputation In
pictures, is a riover dancer and a
well known photographer's model
Genovlevo Stevens hna been with
Miss St. Denis for n thirty weeks
tour nnd Katharine Hawloy, formor
ly with Isadora Duncan, camo from
Now York last Spring, draco Carson
nnd Virginia Bell, native dnughtors
of California, havo recently Joined
tho St. Denis forces.
Tho baby, Betty May, litis been
with Miss St. Donls, nt hor school nt
Uonlsliawn for tho past throo years
nnd Is onIy excused fronf school for
a short tour.
Paulino Lawronco, tho young plnn
isliis boon trained at Donlshnwn by
tarl'shawn nnd Miss St.' Donls, ns u
Danco pianist. Sho Is a pianist of
great powor nnd brilliancy.
Lovers of flno music, on Thursday
night will bo treated to a thoroughly
fit o programme which of Itsol? would
bo wort tho prlco nnd.ilmlAslon hut,
added to this will bo the'hlthortb un
known element. Tho Dancers arpall
beautiful refined young women nnd
tho thomes of tho composers' will be
translated by them into tho poetry
of motion. This is known as "Music
Tho form of ontortalnmcnt given
by these fow oxponpnts of dancing
ovorywhpro attracts much attention
nnd overflowing houses. Klamitth
Falls Is particularly fortunato to bo
considered at nil In tho Itlnorary of
tho Ituth St. Donls Dancers as only
large cent'ors nro sorved and but fow
plnccs In Orrgon will have the prlvi
lego of seeing them on this tour.
WHY NOT WALK THE RLANK IN A PAIR OF'
V F LORSHE1MS?
Shoos arc still goingHij),... and nov you have tho
opportunity to savo V
on every pair of Shoes in tho stocky excepting
Loggers' and Rubber Shoes "' '
"Aint Mad At Nobody"
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY:)
llVIR ItlNT Vwlv lmi...r.l ,,.. "
- -- ....,,. vnj i'1-ii'vi vii iwuiiini
rpotunl flow of hot water'
l AT THE THEATERS
for haths. Plenty of heat, good clean
bods, 12.50 to f.00 a week. 7-11 Wnl
nut Ave. 27-2S
WANTKD- I wish to piirchuso a
linim-t ilfimnU'lmrn rtmtl tlfinn
and put In my Bulck six oh first pay- tho "nmu m"no
nieni. nr. nauiertuo cuieor, I'lionu
Populnr William Fniniim comes to
the Liberty scron tonight In "Tho
Bondman". The plcturo Is one of
Farmtm'H hcut. being tho dramntiui
tkm of Hall Cnlno's great novel of
NinV WKATIIKK STATIONS.
FOB 8ALH A six cyllndor Oakland
icar In good, condition, newly
Painted f nassoncor. A Imreiiln for
Home ono. Dr. O. F. Domorost. P. O.1
Box 307, offlco Phono 470. 27-3
ANCHOBAGi:, Alaska, Dee. H.
(By Mall) Two new woathor re
cording Rtatlons, onu In tho Knutlsh-
.. na region and tho other In tho coal
FOB SAIiU 480 acres Improved districts south of Nenann linyo' beun
marsh lnnd; 34 head of sheop; 7 cHtabllBhod recently, M. 11. Summon),
nngora geata: 3 head of horses. Burr , -,, , ,,, ,; .i Aiot, r..
Wostbrook. Phono 407W. Klamath ' charge of the service In Alaska, re-
Falls. 27-3 i ported on his return from n tour of
1 Inspection In tho Interior.
WANTED To oxchango for Klamath m,
County proporty, stock, or any- T, ' . , , ., ,
thing you linvo, Los Angeles, CftllfJ nmicotit Merrill naxt Frldny. Jun.
property on Ims Angolos Boulevard. ?.n- fje.hy Kay-Jay orchMtrn of
Sen A. G. niinlim. Bnnf Pnli Ilnabnt . MOOSO Hall. J7-J8T
Grocory, 822 Klamath Avo. 27-28
FOB SALK B0 by 100 cornor. lot
with garago on Crescent Avo. S3S5
J. T. WAIll) CO.
125 N 7th 8t. 27
.vis bigger and better than ever this year.
If you want one, send in the coupon right 1
awav and we will send it to vou nostatre nre- !
If you live in town, call for your copy.
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
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. ' endar for 1920, - . ..;. IV: -' T
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OWe rwootfs Pharmaryl
,'f ,1 J WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE fg
Z " ' I frul5rrs I BUY TrjEIR DRUGS UccupacvI 4
MAY UK NO txmVhMST
VllilW Ad'AINST MOOUMAK,
FOB SAI,13 Groceries, flour ' and
ieou nt low pricos why pay moro7
Spot Cash Basket Orocory. 822-824
Klnmath Avo. 27-31
WANTKD Illdos, eggs and potatoes.
Spot Cash Basket Grocery S22-
S2I Klamath Avo. 27-31
STAlU-You'ro Flrcil" Wallace'
Bold nnd Thcodorn BohortH, also
Mack Sonnott comedy. '
THMPLU "A Very Good Young
Mini" Bryant Washburn. udv
VALKNT1NKS Bonutlfui assortment
Of hlllld-dncorntnfl VnlnnMnn Hrnnl.
Ings, with clovor sentiments, for folks
big nnd little. 5 to GO cents. Pioneer
Printing mid Stationery Ccmnanv.
1211 Main StrCot (Houston Ounr.i
Houso Block). 27
So far no complaint has boon muu
ugalnst Wallace Moorman, ullcgod to
havo slashed Harry .Scrlhnor Situdny
ovenlng', nnd it is understood that
Scrlhnor has no dcslro to prosecute.
Moormnrr-- was at liberty today nnd
around town jvlth his father, J, W,
Moorman,, awaiting development of
tho accusations against him.
In describing tho Moorman-Scrlb-
nor fracas yestorday tho Herald In
p.dvortnntly used the oldor Moor
man's Initials In speaking of tho son,
Wnllaco Moorman, who Is accuoed of
thclfttnck of Scrlhnor.
FOJtMKU BKSIDIJNT DIKS
T ' AT IlURlilNGTON, N. J.
Frlon'ds in this city havo just ro
colved word of tho death In Burling
ton, Now Morsey, of Mrs, Kllzaboth
Scholl, wlfo of Porey Scholl, who for
a period of ubout five years was con
nected with tho California-Oregon
Power company in this city. Mrp.
Scholl had boon nn invalid for a num
ber ol years untfl, dcuth rellovod hor
suffering on January 11th. .
OBEGON Bain in west, rain or
snow in east; moderate southeasterly
, A, jy .!. . .T d Pi A m i i rt ir ri iftfc t . t a t ti ii , d
Billy Doyle Is to scout for the De
troit Tigers this yosr.. Doyle has had
a wldo experience as an ivory Hunt
er, haying dono scout duty for the
Bt, Louis Browns, Cleveland Indians;
end tho Phillies.
Dnnco nt Merrill noxt Friday. Jan.
30. Music by Kay-Jay prchrwtru of
Moose Hall. 27-28
Tho D,'oad sea Is no called bocauso
Its water Is bo thoroughly Impreg
nated with salt that no animal can
live in It.
- AT THE MONDALE
Powerful Lovo Story as told 'on
screen in six roeis , ' ,
Black Night ,
Scones laid In Chinese undor-world
CoiiiIiik Tlmi-Kiliiy, "Trail of the
Octopus, .or Tho DovII'h Trade
Mark." Two reels every Tliuis
lay mill Friday.
'TIIK 1'ICK OF JTHK l'ICTUBKH"
II ,W. I'OOIiK, Oivner. s 1IARKY BOBIOL, Musical Director
. Tonight. WILLIAM FARNUM appears in
A wonderful photoplay of Hall Caine.'s great novel
t",-'' v Another vflrie animal comedyt
"Hiinoi-u 1 i'nS. inVl WiU Mn "
Hungry Lions and Wild Men'
Coming Friday "Anne of ;tGreen. Gables," starring
Mary Miles Mmter '""'