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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1920)
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1020.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Mrs. William C. Hurn and dnu;h
for, Orutchen, arrived on tho train
Monday ovcnliiK for n short visit,
Mr. nml Mrs. Charles Martin nml
Mjr. nnd Mrs. Jolin Martin hnvo re
turned from n visit ot several weeks
In Southorn Cnlltornla.
1. J, Klnuso has been transferred
hero from Kennett, Cnl., ns local
tj. apiMit for the. Southorn Pacific, Ink
ing tlivj place ot C. M. Doughs, whol
Is transferred to Dorrls, Cal.
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r. Kw. i.murup, in ouu r iuuiihim,
assistant general passenger agent nti
tho Southern Pacific Company, and
V. E. Spear, ot Sacramento, dlstrlrt
freight nnd passenger agent, aro In
Klmnnth Kails in connection with
company business. ,
New Spring Blouses
Special prices on advancer! styles in wanted fabrics.
Georgette, American and French Voiles and Batiste.
S Best quality Georgette, trimmed lace, silk and bead
embroidered, m .Bermuda Peach liloom, Blue Dawn
and Sunset, etc. Exceptionally low prices from $5.95.
New lovely Lingerie Blouses at close to half price
bought even before they were turned out by the
workers. Very many .different styles, colors and
combinations at $2.95. -
PETTICOATS AND BLOOMERS
In Silk, Satin, Jersey ,Clp$h, Jersey Cloth with Taf
fetta Flounce and Helwier Bloom with Taffetta
Flounce. Beautiful colors and combinations of
colors, $5.50 to $22.50.
ANNUAL SOCIAL event
, OF ELKDOM TONIGHT
Tho big event ot tho Elks' cal
endar, tho annual danco of tho
' brother "Hills" nnd their ladles,'
itnkv8 1'lnco tonight at tho Elks' tem
sC pie. Invitations to tho affair linvoi
!hocn spread widely and n big crowd
Is expected. This Is tho social uvonti
extraordinary ot tho year In Elkdom,
. I eagerly looked forward to by all its
y prospecttvo participants.
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CLUB PLANS I'KOGKAM
Tllo Mt. L-iM Iiuprovumcnt club,
111 present n clevnr cntortalnmout I
program nt tho Mt. Inkl church Frl-
iday uvcnlng, March 26, A specially I
A good program nos boon proparou anil ,
5 1 light refreshments will bo served by
No admission chnrgo will
a collection will boj
the evening for tho ,
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HATS that show their Parisian origin. No use to
try to particularize. Hats and more hats and every
thing desirable in Dress, Semi-Dress and Tailored
and all very moderately priced.
"The Arizona Cfct Claw
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or mo uame (.epuiir;
EVANS SENTENCED TO
SEUVE 15 YEARS
MEDFOltD, Mnrch 24. Larkf
Evans, convicted Saturday of robbing
W. G. White of Grants Pas3 In n
sensational automobllo hold-up lust.
September, was sentenced to 15 yenrs(
In tho penitentiary by Judge Calkins,
V 1tr nil hor limn nn linrunli.nplr nmnnlnt JaCkSOnvillO today. AMIOW trial I
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was asked and tho motion was taken I
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AT THE THEATERSfil western girl, nccustomed to spend-
She Is tho type of girl that
mora man In her than woman
lend who Is nccustomed to viewing
af. things from a man's viewpoint rath
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woman a. Accorilinclv sha
A'ortri?? ti?n it&rvelous scenorJ' Mi'reats bonier rufilnns with fBcant
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' thfArrIzbna wild' places? an oxfiltljnorcy. and has but little sympathy
;-H"y of cowboy life fs-fcfaintiiffOr those weaker than herself.
:V5he.tiew World release tieArlioViy Edythe Sterling is known as one
'Cat Claw"' starrUig Edytho Sterling.) of the moat daring equestrians ap-
MANY COMING TO
which will bo seen at the Mbortj-' Pearing in pictures and justifies this
theatre tonight. This picturo is " a" cnutatiou beveral timos vovcr in
classic of its typo and has for itBf''"I'ho Arizona Cat Claw." This pip
leading character a typical -western j.tu"C will bo tho featuro at tho Lib
girl who through being brought up crty, theatre tonight only.
among tho cattlemen of tho plains is f
inoro masculine than feminine.
Want Al brini; results.
"BOOK & SADDLES",
The mysteiy of the Ajax Mines
on the Mexican border
' Good One-Reel Comedy
Featuring Mollie King
SAN FRANCISCO, .March 2-J. '
More than 1,200 delegates already
liavo been accredited from thp Unit'-!
cd States and from abroad to tho
seventh national forolgu trado con
vention hero May 12-lfi, 1020, tho
I'aclllc coast committeo in charge
has nnnouurud. An attendnnco of
nt least twico that number is assur-.
cd, it was said. Delegates will bo
brought to tho convention from
American points by thrco special
trains routed over tho northern,
middle west nnd southern routes.
Tho general theme for tho conven
tion will bo "Tho Effect of' Hcing u
Creditor Nation, " according to
James A. Farrell, chairman of tho
National Foreign Trade Council.
All of tho largo cities on tho I'a
clllc bavo joined in preparing for tho
WtiSHv 2$ ? Authentic Styles in fvV
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wwT" r'' i'" TOoat-n-oinand styles of the mo- r WfgP
-fe nu oVt, combining smartness, purctica- l j Srf
fl? Wvlfffi1 mlb uyiuiaoomiort.
ftllwil . One-Eyeet Ties f-
VASa 38.ua. ilfw'w2S of One kid and natent. with hand-turn ft"
njVhw ft f M'N so'les ad Fruneh hools $12.50.
Wli.MfeKIV I '
MSSiP4?lCv Smart Pumps
V-n ftfflSvO-' oC Wnc kid and patent colt with hand- Lt 2
Bl 4J 7V.U A I MVVTltt -. mm mt
1 fMS &t ' iuiijjuc rumps &
1 M&PMmff of fine kl ! Patent colt French and -' S
h&iLmiKVJit militarv hecs $6.50 to $11.00. I 9
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED AT ONCB Furnished
liniiso, furnished apartment or
furnlshcd'rooms. Call Herald Offltu.
WANT10D A man to work on ranch
by tho month, i'houo 2.,.t-X.
FOR SAMS Small houw nnd Im
proved lot; West side. Fruit trees,
berries, otc. Address A. F,, Her
ald. . 21-2G
MAPUINKTC, ANn AI1TH MF.PHAN1CS
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Charter Closes March 24th. Initiation fee stilly t
$5.00. Join now. Regular meeting
1 TUESDAY, MARCH 23
at the Labor Council, 8:00 p. m.
Machinists' Union No. 1473
The Machinery Has Arrived
We will soon be in shape
to deliver either Raw" or
Pasteurized Milk to any part
of the city.
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i Present Phorte 21 F2
FOR SAM Household
139 Fine, phono 21-J.
Dorothy Dalton in
A stoiy of the Paris slums.
"BACK TO THE KITCHEN"
A .Paramount-Sennett Comedy Two Reels
This comedy Is vyorth the price nlono.
Tom Moorp in "Heart's Kasn"
Alice Urady In "JIario I,td."
. Good CfjmeUles.
Kxtra llig Bill,
WANTED To got
do at my homo.
001 Ro.w St.
FOUND Gold earring. Ownor may
hnvo sumo by Identifying and pay
ing for this nd. 403 Walnut. 24-26
Apply 319 S. Spring St.
I f BOND 1
Tho Whlto I'ollcan Duths will op
en Wednouday ovonlng, March 24,
for the public. They will bo opon
FOR SALi; Sonora talking machine
with records. Reasonublo. 270-J. ovory day from two to flvo and sov
-M-2'j on to ton. Those wishing to onEnco
WANTKD 110 volt single phnso 2
or 3 li. p. motor. 1'honu 1C7
tno piungo for privatn parties mny
rco Mr. Mann nt baths
Springs Bath House.
WANTKD Position by girl In of
fice shop or Mora. High school
BMdunta. Call 280-W. 24-25
FOR RALE A cabinet grand, up
rgiht piano. 00 Pine St. 24-20
FOR SALIC One yearling Jersey
bull; a very good unlmul. Phono
FOR IlKNT CJarngo for ono
I) 3 9-1 Oth Ht. Phono 144-M
RBSI'ICCTAULK younc man wants
board nnd room with nrivato fain-1
iiy. A. W. I,., Herald. 2J-26
FOR SALK Ford, $325;
FOR TRADE 1 lot on Walnut Sti
for span of horses nnd wagon.
Address A. F., Hornld. 21.23
FOR SALE Ford, S32G; Ilea, $350. 1
Howie Clnrngo. 24-26
Matinee every day starting at 2:00 o'clock
' '. ! Feature starting at 2; 30.
T.wo shows each night, complete.-
W. O. Smith Printing Co.
Phono 03 110 South Fourth St.
SAFES - Three Fireproof Cnry
Safes. Must rjcjl today. Will exchange.!
Easy payments, Address Oeorgo II, '
Ijirrabec, ficiicral Bellvery, City
Lust day; leaving town, 24-25 i
Strictly modern 7 room furnished
house, Fire place, hot air furnace,
cement basement, hard wood floors,
built in features, stationery laundry
tubs, largo garage, largo lot, cement
walks, beautiful lawn, everything jn
class-A' condition. Only $7850.
5 extra largo room modern plos
torod houbo in good location. Has
bulU in features, cemont walks, gar
ago, wood .shed and nice lawn. For
Immcdiato salo, will soil for $3700.
4 room newly papered and nalntod
houso close in, HaabaHi; tollet,',lava
tory .andf sink. Prirol$1700. Tormb.
lit, T. WAIll) Hi Ul. "
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THE TICK OF TIIK PICTURES
A NEW ONK EVERV DAY
II. AV, POOLE, Owner
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HAJUIV BOREL, Musical Director
i TONIGHT ONLY
"THE ARIZONA CAT, CLAW"
A breezy story of theSouthwest cattle country.
Kinograms The Visual News of all the World.
An excellent comedy as well called
1 "THE LITTLE DEARS."
Peg Hyland in "A GIRL IN BOHEMIA."
Coming Sunday. The great Naziraova in
"STRONGER THAN DEATH."