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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The livening Herald
E. J. MTJRttAT
1 City Editor '
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Published dally, except Sunday, by
The Ilornld Publishing Company of,
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street. t
Entered nt the postofuco nt Klnm
th Falls, Ore., (or transmission thru
the malls as second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mall to any
address tn the United States:
One year . .. ....... J 5. 00
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Member of the Associated Prriw.
The Associated Pres Is exclusively
-titled to the use (or republication
t all news dispatches credited td It
ct not otherwise credited In this
9aper, and also local news published
Alt rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also re
ferred. TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1020
i AT THE THEATERS 1 1
The beautiful May Allhon in "The
Walk-Offs," a comedy satirical mood
m New York society, will be the fea
tare attraction at the Liberty Thea
tre, tonight. The production has
-keen made by Screen Classics,' Inc.,
'from ihe big Broadway stage success
by Frederic and Fanny Hatton,
wfeich was produced by Oliver Mor-
May cause total
disability and even
cause of rheumatism
by removing the
excess of uric acid
and .other poisons
from the blood.
Many people now
and claim it has
cured them of
guaranteed to give
your money will
For sale by
THE STAR DRUG
The action of the play takes place
"5 mid about the homes of wealthy
feMleiy leaders m Sew York City and
" the studios of those1 who are more
Interested in art for the sake of di
version than for itself. A-magnifl-ent
divorce court scene with its set
ting aad action carried through in
Satirical vein is one of the earlier
wd most amusing scenes of the pro
"hriilos. - -1 --K
The play is said to give May Alii-J
Ma a chance to appear to the great
est advantage. In the character of
Kathleen Rutherford, a young soci-'
"ty woman, she is sought by a weal-.
'Iky bounder of society and a young
Sntvcky mine owner. She under
stands the one but does not love
him; the other is from a world that
is strange to her and the romanoe
that results is tense and absorbing.
Get More Wear
OUT OF YOUR CLOTHES
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Influenra epidemic which has been
widespread In Japan since last Sep
tember is abating but police author
ities still urge the people to be in
oculated with serum and have pro
vided for free inoculation for (he
All tela there hare been 1.724.36T
cases of influenza in the country
since September and 66,852 persons
have died of that disease.
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AT THE THEATERS
l OHAMRERIjAIK OPPOHRD
FOR TARTY NOMINATION
PORTLAND, Apr. 12. Harvey G.
Starkweather, two years chairman
of the Democratic Mate central com
mittee, announsod today his candi
dacy for the Deaosratle nomiaatioa
At the Moose Hall
Local Jolly Jazz Band
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Drug Facts No. 41
WE DON'T BELIEVE IN
Playing Ja somewhat different role,
Yiviun Martin, the dainty and talent
ed Paramount-Artcraft sta'r, Is said
to do some of her most charming
work In "The Third Kiss," a new
- . i . . . ...
Parainpunt-Artcraft picture which for United States senator.
will be Shown at the Star Theatre 0ppe ChamberlaH.
tonight. I :--
"Missy" Is a HtUe factory girl, whp OTATEMKKT ov THH oWKIHt
works among the people wnom sue is SHIP, CTRCCLATIorC, RTC, ItH-
trying to uplift and benefit. Al-I .OUIUKD BT TTOi ACT OF AD-
though she owns the factory ot1 'rr ' t,Z' ,. ... u .
. , " - . . ,.,,.,,.. of The Evening Herald, published
which she Is employed, this Is kept daI,y at Klttm,u p.,,,, Oregon, for
a secret, as she wishes to atone In a April 1, 192.
measure for the wrong committed by ' Editor, B. J. Murray, Klamath
her decoasod uncle when, through FoJ'' .0reK ....
'; ,. .. . . . Unslness Manager, R. M. Mnrraqr.
his negligence, the fnctory was dos- pubiiher, Herald Publishing Co.
troyed by Are, and many girl era- Owners: (If a eorptratlon, give Its
ployees wero burned to death. name and the narafs and addroasos
, ., lot stockholders holding 1 per cent
To make her work more effective, or m0M ot totM amonnt of itock, If
she is co-operating with Hupert not a corporation, give nnmes and
Bawlf, a young man who has give"n, addresses of Individual owners.)
up a life of luxury to better carry on ' Ftserae pbI'8hinB Co., Klamath
settlement work among the poor.! b. J. Murray, Klamath Falls, Ore.
Although Rupert is married, he fnlls R. M. Murray, Klamath Falls, Ore.
hopelesly Ih lovo with Missy. Oliver' Known bondholders, mortenps.
Cloyne, a friend of Rupert, offer to x per cont or mor'0 Qf toU'
marry Missy, revealing thp brewing 0f bonds, mortgages, or other secur
scandal In Its true light "to her by itles: (If there aro none, so state.)
showing her a newspaper clipping. Klamath State Dank, Klamath
She agrees nnd the result of this, verage' number of copies of each
loveless mnrnngo is a oig surprise, issue of this publication sold or dls
The climax of the picture' Is a thrill- trlbuted, through the mnllH or othor
Ing rescue' from a burning tenement wise, to paid subscrlbon during the
... . '. , . i. . , i ui u six months prccedihg the date shown
of the heroine by her husband, which above. Th,B nforniaton iB renulrod
cements their frlqndship, Into a union from dally nejvspapors only.) 1817.
m I hT nlllUIJAV
MT. I.AKI NKVVS
The Mt. LakI church held
chireh meeting April, 11. The Rev
Lawrence, wife and two daughters
came out from Klamath Kails to ni
ton d the moating,
C. R. Martin from McCorralck
seminary, Chicago, will be here tlm
Inst of May to take up tho pastoral
work of the Mt. Lakl church.
The Ladles' Aid will meet at Mt.
Laki church April 14 for an all da,v
meeting. Tncking comforts will be
their work. All are cordially In
vited to attend.
Mr. Crosby, of Stnklo mountain,
will receive a shipment of 600 baby
chicks May 1.
Mrs. A. Cheyne was a taller at
the Morrison ranch last Tuesday
Mr, Crssby's hosse burned aown
last week. Owing to tho high wind
he was anable to save many of his
Kenneth Cuse. who Is home sick
with torinllltio. Is greatly lapravod.
Mrs. Charles Steemsn las bocn
on the slek llrt, but Is bow much
I STOCKS AND BONDS
I FOREIGN EXCHANGE I
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Victory bonds, 8 U IT.12
Tlctory bonds, 4 7.13
One-crat Sale this week.
Ono of .the best comedies over
made, '"Salome" vs". Shenandoah,"
will be shown In connection with
this production. This Is surely a
scronm from start to finish. Also
Chief Red Wolf, 'formerly of Buffalo
Bill's circus, will 'give two compleiu
western nevelty acts. , J
E. J. MURRAY
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 9th day ot April, 1920.
HKItT C. THOMAS,
(Seal) Notary Public for Oregon.
(My commission expires March 8,
NKW COURT AS IHHUK
Square Deal Drug Store
Ojm-11 nooii at KlRhtli ana Slain fits.
Topoka, Kas., Apr. 12. Tho
new Kansns Industrial pourt Is to bo!
tho "paramount issuo" of labor in
tho comfng state election, according
to J, O. Stovlc, Topoka'.jnbor loador.
Qliestionn.Ires nr.o Jo be sent to noar
ly all candidates" by thcV's'tnto labor
organization. Tho mor'o consorvn-
tlyo elemont of labor Isald to sanc
tion the industrial couri, soino vi
of the labor leaders having indorsed
It In ptiu'jic announcements.
W. O. W.
Election of Delegates to
APRIL 13, 8 P. M.
All Woodmen requested
to be on hand. Come out
and have a Big Feed with us.
I It's a Darn Good Car for the
Shape It s in Is Yours ?
One old oar, with piston ring
Two rear wheels, ono front spring, t
Has no fondors, seat or tnnk, T
Burns lots of gas, hard to crank,
Carburetor busted, half wnv ihmm.ii 4.
Englno missing, hits on two,
Throo years old, four In tho spring,
Has shock absorbers, and everything,
Radiator busted, sure does leak,
Differential's dry, you can hear it squeak,
Ten spokes missing, front nil bent,
Tlrea blow out, nln't worth a cent,
Clot lots of speed, will run llko the duco,
Hums either gas or tobacco Juice,
Tires all off, been run on tho rim,
Hut sho Is a dam good car .
For tho shape lt's-ln
BUT WHAT IT TAKES TO FIX 'EM, WE HAVE
23 MAIN ST.
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