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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1
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.WARY MILES niNTElC
ANNE OF GREEK GABLES'
LAUGHTER AND TEARS
Bring them with you when you come to see
MARY MILES MINTER
In " Anna of Green Gables "
from the four "Anne" Books by L M. Montgomery
Directed by Wm. D. Taylor
You'll need them! And you'll need to hold your tides, too, to
' keep from splitting over the antics of "orphint" Anne. Really,
she ought to have been a boyl
But then, she has a "serious side," also, and well did the villagers
know it Especially the Pie family!
And she has a way of snuggling right into your heart Look at
old Cuthbert above. She certainly won him over, and he didn't
want her at all in the beginning he wantejd a4 boy!
THIS IS A "FAMILY PICTURE." BRING THEM ALL ALONG!
REWARD OF MERIT
BERLIN, Jon. 1. (By Mall). Em
ployes of the Siemens Electrical
Svorka In Berlin havo askod the com
"jinny to otter premiums ot -mall
fchnros-ot stock as reward tor good
. -work. Tho purpoHO ot the workers Is
-to obtain a share In tho 'profits. It Is
-understood that tho plan will bo
3idoptod as It alroady has boon In
,4ho "Krupp Works at Essen.
Tho workors told the Slomcns com-
I'any that with tho present antagon
ism between employer and omployce,
m healthy status of labor could not be
H'?pected unless the company did
-something to give their employees an
) I crest In the business.
, Tho workers proposed also to form
-tmoclntions to contribute funds tor
llu ptirchaso of small shares ot stock
ars grandmother's recite to
" URLNG HACK COLOR AND LUS
TRE TO HAIR
SAEE TEA DANDY
You can turn gray, faded hair beau.
4ltully dark and lustrous almost over
night It you'll get a 50-cent bottle ot
""Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Com
pound" at any drug i.toro. Millions
, "'Of bottles of this old famous Sage Tea
'"Recipe, Improved by tho addition of
othor Ingredients, iiro sold annually,
sava a woll known druggist here, be-
f -cause it darkens tho hair eo natur
, nlly and evenly ihn.t no one can tell la
1ms boon applied.
Thoso whoso lmlr, Is turning gray
or becoming fadod havo n surprlso
awaiting them, because after ono or
two applications ho gray hair van
'sialics and your locks bocomo luxuri
antly dark and boautlful.
- This Is tho .ago of youth, Gray
haired, unattractive folks nron't want
ed around, so get busy with Wyetu'fl
'Sago and Sulphur Compound tonight
and you'll be dollgbtod with your
lnrk, handsome lmlr and your youth
ful appenrnnco within a few days.
' i F J ? ' jf n
AT THE THEATERS
Another well-known character ot
fiction has boen transposed to tho
screen with, the filming of Mary Miles
Mlritor In "Anne ot Green Gables" by
! tho Realart Pictures Corporation.
Anne Shlrloy, hetolno ot L.' M. Mont
gomery's four "Anne" books, has for
years been ono of the most popular
fiction heolnes of grown-ups as well
oa tho younger generations In Amor?
In adapting the books for the
screen, Frances Marlon, who has
boon Identified with many ot Mary
Plckford's successes, preserved the
most Interesting situations as told by
tho author, and Director William D.
Tnvlnr wnri careful. to choose loca
tions that tallied with descriptions in
the book. Mr. Taylor found an old
house at Dodham, Mass., built In
163C, which is almost identical with
tho description ot ''The Houso ot
Green Gables," and tho locality in
that region compared favorably with
the author's description ot New .Eng
Tho picture, opening tonight at the
Liberty Theatre, Is full of tunny
situations and human qualities that
went to make tho book such a suc
cess. The cast, Including such-names
at Frodorlck Burton, Leila Romer,
Paul Kelly, Marcla Harris, J. T,
Challleo, Is true to the well doflnod
types of which the author wrote. Tho
Pie family is thoro with all its mean
Tom Mix Is coming, not only in
what is said to bo his biggest pr6t
auction, but In a rola which Is a dis
tinct departure from pure" "stunt
stuff." William Fox will prosont Him
In "Tho Feud" on Sunday at the. Lib
Tho opening oplsodo Is laid in tho
Dluogrnss region back In tho days of
hoopsklrts and romance. Tom Mix Is;
soon as Joro Lynch, whoso family is
nctlvoly engaged In an ancient feud
with tho Summers family, The herit
age -of hato does not prevent, Joro
from loying pretty Jlotty Summers,
but it does lend to dramatic compli
cations In which the feud breaks out
with renewed Intensity.
The rolo of Jero Lynch calh for
considerable ability as an actor, and
the work ot Tom Mix, It Is predicted,
will delight his many followers and
bring him new admirers.
The story, which .is by Charles Ken-
yon, author ot the famous stage play
"Kindling," Is described as gripping
throughout, with more dramatic situ
ntlons than any other picture Mix has
Did you ever see a Jewelled crabT
. The kind that crawls around on the
floor ot the sea? Or did you ever see
tho fish that corresponds In its do
main to tho high-powered racing car
that spoeds over terra tlrma at the
rate of 100 miles an hour and better?
These sights the Jewelled 'crab,
the speed fish and amny others such
ati gold and silver fish, pelicans and
&ea-llons are disclosed In their nat
ural colors by the Prizma natural
color film, ''CataHna", which will be
shown at the Liberty Theatre Sun
day and Monday.
Catallna, an Island off the coast ot
California, known as the "Pearl of
the Pacific," is richly endowcd'by Na
ture. Its splendid breaches, plentifully
sprinkled with bathers whose cos
tumes are nothing less than artistic
triumphs, tho doop blue waters ot
tho Pacific that lave Its shores, the
wonderful sky effects and under-wat-ei
animal life are to bo found there,
nil combine to make Catallna an Ideal
subject for n Prizma natural color
With tho Prizma camoras "that
catch every tint and shading of color,
n glass-bottomed boat, and a guide
with an uncanny ability to ge't closo
enough to sea-lions, pelicans and oth
or above-water life to permit good
photography, excollont material rwas
secured for presenting In "Catallna"
n truo copy of some of tho most beau
tiful and Interesting of tho produc
tions of tho groat artist Nntnro. .
LUMUKR TOW.V "DEAD"
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa., Jan, 30.
Its last log cut, WilHamsport has
passed as a lumbor center. Ono big
lumber company ha loved to Shef
field, said to bo. the i "tost hard
wood timber tract in tli east. This is
expected to last flfteon years.
For many years Willlniusporf was
known as tho "lumber city,"
GUADALUPE, Moxlco, Dec. 29.
Jly Mall) Fifty thousand Indians
from all parts of Mexico have Just
completed their week of homage to
tliolr patron saint tho Virgin ot Uuad
altmo and their nllcrimaKO to tho
shrino of tho Virgin here, as aacrud
a Journey as over was made by Mo
hammedans to Mecca or Hindus to
tho river Ganges,
This ceremony marks tho 388lh
anniversary ot tho traditional divine
manifestation which resulted in tho
convorslon to Christianity of virtu
ally all Indians In Mexico and led to
tho erection here ot a magnificent
cathedral, several chapels and tho
shrino. It has been a woek of prayer,
church-going and fiesta for the In
d'ans. Tho Incident from which the cere
mony bade Its origin transpired, ac
cording to tradition, In 1S31 when
an Indlanjs said to have met on the
present cite of Guadalupe village the
apparition ot the Blessed Virgin who
imprinted her Image upon the cloth
Jerkin the Indian was wearing, this
miracle so Impressed the Indians that
a shrine was erected here and later
the cathodral and chapels. Through
tho succeeding centuries tela bag
been the Mecca to which nearly all
Indians of Mexico turn for one week
during the year.
The Jerkin bearing the imprint is
still preserved In the shrine, encased
in silver, gold and gems.
'Guadalupe Day," as the celebra
tion Is called, Is a strange combina
tion of devotion and unbridled hilar
ity on the part of the Indians. Guada
lupe Is within easy access from Mex
ico City and the festival always at
tracts many foreign spectators from
Thousands ot tho natives who havi
Journeyed on foot or with burros for
hundreds ot miles come ' bringing
their tiny charcoal stoves upon which
they cook their smelly food and for
a bed curl themselves into A blank
et and sleep on the ground.-At jeast
30,000 ot them were scatteredtvei
the spacious plazas and hills orth
nnenlne nlirht when the ceremonies
began wltlTarnIdnlght mass. -
Thn shrine at the ton ot the hill
marks thespot where'the divine man,-
llestanon is sam 10 nave luneu inure
la reached over a rude pathway stud
ded with rocks and winding round
the hill. Up this roadway .trudge the
natives singing their weird Incanta
tions and carrying ottefrlngs of
fruits, flowery and animals to the
I at M a at Al& lnA1
virgin, a. lew ui wo mum ui'
cling to the custom of two centuries
ago by crawling to the shrine ( on
hands and knees with violent beating
of arms and wild lamentations.
The ceremony of devotion complet
ed, the Indians return to the village
and hold turbulent carnival and In;
dulge in their favorite stimulant,
There are tents for gambling, one
ot which is at the entrance to the
gate to the cathedral enclosure. Food,
drink ,and souvenirs are sold at
countless stalls. There is a "medi
cine man" who astounds his specta
tors by changing a blue cloth to a
red one and there are merry-go-
rounds, pick-pockets and foreigners
with cltoklng cameras. At night, or
chestras drone Indian melodies and
the natives dance and sing.
This alternating worship and mer-ry-makinE
is continued for a week
and then the groups disperse and the
Indians start tor home, leaving this
little village again to. Its year of. ser
enity to await another "Guadalupe
In Turkey the disappearance ot tho
sun at night is accounted for by the
neriodlcal retirement ot that pious
luminary for prayer and religious re
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Trading thru dreams, carrying
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Jl mlghtr hard on ahoi.
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IRQ ARCTIC. OAT CROP.
CORDOVA, Alaska, Dec. 30. (By
Mall) Wheat yields averaging over
20 bushels to the acre and 40 bushel
oats crops were reported by tanners
ot the Tanana Valley, a few score
miles south of the Arctic Circle, ac
cording to figures compiled by M. D.
Snodgrass, superintendent ot the gov
ernment experiment farm, copies ot
which reached Here recently, otner
crons reported for the season were
potatoes, grain hay, barley, Toots and
vegetables. Horses, mules, hogs, tat
tle, and chickent were tlio classes of
livestock reported to Mr Sncdgrass.
PARENTS GOTO SCHOOL.
PASADENA, Cai., Jan. 30. Pasa
dena parents, instead of children,
went to school here one night recent
ly. Regular attendants were asked
to remain away while 'Pad aad. M.Q
ther" learned how they were being'
trained. Several hundred grown-ups
were enorlled, assigned to classes
and given brief instruction in 'the
same sort of class work the children
Was So Run Down Could Hardly Get
About Is Well and
"T hova nnl nnlv crntnpH thirty
pounds In weight, but I am enjoying
so much better neaun man 1 nave in
years I feel just like a new person,"
eni,? Mm. Roaa Hnrris. 444 Twenty-
sixth Ave., North Seattle. Wash., re
cently. Continuing, sue saia:
I'Pif tlia throo venrn Oast I suffer
ed so much from stomach trouble and
had become so badly run down, that
I had given up hope of ever getting
any better. My appetite was extreme
1.. i. itui t hnH to force down
every mouthful I ate, and most ot
the time 1 couw noi even reuuu i",
r would hBcnmo so badly nauseated.
The least little thing I ate would
sour, gas would form and press, a
galnst my lungs so badly it was all I
.....i.t tn tn cot mv breatn. ana 11
would have such intense cramping
pains in my stomacn tney wouia near
ly kill me. I was also badly constlpat
j nn y,aA tn tnlrn unine sort Of laxa
tlve almost every day. My kidneys
bothered me a great oeai uuu "-
nwwl with ivilns nrrnss the small Of
,. h!n.v nnri In fnct. had nalns all
JUJ UUWB., ..-, . . - ,
through my boay nearly an iuu uuw.
My head ached so bad nearly all the
time It nought It would burst wide op
en and at times I would become so
dizzy I would have to grab hold of
something to keep from falling, and
I would feel Just like I was going to
faint and black spots would dance
bofore my eyes, I was so nervous tho
least little thing would upset me and
at night I was so restless I could get
but little sleep as T would roll and
toss from one sldo ot the bed to the
othor all night long, and in the morn
ing I would feel so tired and ex
hausted I soon became so. weak I
could not do "my houso work, It being
all I could do to got about at all.
"I hmi aeon so much about tho
good Tanlac was doing other, and,
too, as many of my mends nan prais
ed it so highly I decided to try it.
Wnii na T linrt clven un all bono ot
over finding anything that would
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wlien I began to get better ns soon as
I ha dtnkon only a few doses of Tan-
loo 1v nnnnfltn lmnrnveil until It
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ana nouung 1 aio gave mo a paruuio,
of troublo nftorward. I continued tak
ing it until t was soon rid of all my
nnlna In mv inmnrli nrlinnlr nnri. In
fact, never Have, a pain of any kind.
I never linvo the headache or those
dizzy spells any more, and hwo ro-
gnineu my sirengin unui 1 can no nu
n.v timiamtmvlr tirttl. nnem T nrnn ft nth-
MI R. HARRIS
fully say I bollove Tanlac saved my
Ufa and I expect to praise It as long
as I live."
Tanlac Is sold In KJamnth Palls by
the Star Drug Co., and In Loiolla by
titn Tflmna Ifn.n O. .1
CISNACH, Germany. Jan, i. (By
Mali) The run ot ''Parsifal" at tho
Klsenach City Theatre, was sadly
handicapped recently when it was dis
covered that tho costumes for tho
play had been stolon and could not,
bo replaced. All efforts to trace tho
thief by means of thd historic cos
tumes failed, and the play was about
to be postponed, when tho theatre
manager strolled through tho houso,
and discovered tho wardrobe mistress
dressed up like a peacock, with some
of tho stolen finery. Her husband was
arrested and all the stolon costumes)
wore recovered, somewhat the worse
BERLIN, Jan. 1. (By Mall). -Ger-man
newspapers have been exempted
tiom the operations of a proposed law
creating, shop councils In various In
dustries. Publishers and editors had
protested against the measure in Its
original form which gave the mech
anical departments the right ot re
presentation In meeting of the direc
tors and of looking over the balance)
sheet of the business offices.
7S9 Mala WL
Jack 'Mearow, Prey.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft DHM
Peel and Hiyawde
Barber Shop la oCaaectloa
"Conrtesy sad Service"
Real Estate, Insurance,
. Opportunities ", -
Investment ja a
Good buys in farms and city
, Suite 1. SwaasoH Bldg.
Notice op sale under
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an execution and Order.ot Sale
isued out orhoQrcuitCoUrLottha
State of Oregon, Klamath Countjv
on January 22, 1920, upon a Decree
made and entered January 10,1920,
in favor of J. W.. McCoy, plaintiff,
and against Ernest M: Heppe, defend
ant, directing the sale of the property
hereinafter" described, to satisfy,, the
sum ot $757.87, and the further sum
ot S14.20 as plaintiff's costs and dis
bursements Incurred In this suit, and
such ' further sum necessary to cover
expenses of Judicial sale, I have lev-
led upon tne property described aa:
Situated in Klamath County, Ore
gon, the Lots numbered Two, (2)
Three (3), Four (4) and the North
east quarter ot the northeast quar
ter of Section Thirty-four (34)
Township Forty (40) South, Range
Niner (9) East of Willamette Meri-.
dian, containing 120.99 acres. And
wU, on February 26. 1920, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the front"
door ot the Court House in Klamath
Falls, Oregon, sell at public auction
to the highest bidder, for cash in
hand, subject to redemption accord-,
ing to law, all right, title and inter
est ot the above named defendant. In
and to the aforesaid real property.
Dated: January 23, 1920.
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
'GEO. L. HUMPHREY, Sheriff.
By BURT E. HAWKINS, Deputy.
Ladies'' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
BEST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices nre.vcry reasonable
Your Inspection Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
BiH Main St.
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