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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1920)
THURSDAY, ArniTi IB, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Thursday Friday Saturday
Open to the Public
Bring the Ladies
Elks' Western Nights
AT THE THEATERS I
A thoroughly equipped
Motion Pictures taken aboard the
German "V" Boat 35 the pet sub
sea craft of the Kaiser and showing
for the first tlmo the manner In
which vessels were sent to the bot-
instltution , torn and the, hardships farced upon
affording unexcelled facilities for the. the boys' lighting the sub -marines,!
CHICAGO, Apr 15. A new depar
ture In political convention mamigo-
Tho last concert of tho Musical
Study rluh sor-a Friday evening,
April 10, nt Houston's i pom liouso,
to bo given by Charles F. llulottl.)
tenor, Lillian JelTrys Petri, pianist, I
and Miss Alice (lonovlovo Smith,1
harpist, Is very much anticipated by
the music lovers of Klamath Falls.
Mlllnn Jeffrys I'otrl, n pianist of
wldo reputation and well spoken or
In musical circles of tho northwest,
1 will till tlio placu of Mlbs Ileatrlco ,
Harlow, who wos compelled nt tho ,
eleventh hour to cancel hor contract.
Mrs. I'otrl Is recommended by tho I
I booking agency ns nn artist of equal
ability and thu Musical Study Club
I feels safe In assuring tbo public flint '
tho program will not suffer from tlioj
i Mr. Uulottl's volco has the same'
clear, vibrant quality ns John Mc
! Cormlck, his reportolro Is largo and I
ho will favor his audlruro with twoi
I well known opurntlc arias, one from,
i Hlgolctta and omi from Ellslr-d'-'
'Armoro. !Io will nlso sing a group'
I of modern concert numbers and a .
group of wol known ballads.
I Lillian I'otrl will give a splendid!
(program of representative numbers'!
that will appeal to all. Her lechnlquoi
is flawless and hor Intorpri'tatlonsj
have the charm of her personality
which has strength as well as liinte
j refinement. She plays with artistic
' restraint and classical fooling.
,l The name of Alio Genevieve.
I Smith is two woll known In musical
circles throughout the country to
uRi Ak u
In Tire Building
rA Hre-mnlccr'a first problem Is to decide how much ho en
rive for the money. This, nnd every other qucstloi. hi tiro
building, depends upon policies.
A super-tire, eucli ns Tho Brunswick, enn l)c miulo only by
concern which knows well nnd appreciates tlint there la noth-
ing exclusive in the tire Industry except high standard'!.
Since 1845 the House of Brunswick litis held first place In
every line it entered. Brunswick Tires, as more nnd more
motorists come to know them, will certainly be awarded that
coveted placo held only by the superfine.
Motorists who buy ono Brunswick uruolly atlop- It fc
complete equipment. Yet this is not bttanyv, sinco tho fir3t
one so completely proves its superiority.
If the name of Brunswick ccrtifiss to you, ns to moat men,
nn extraordinary tire, at no higher price, would It not ha good
business to test one or two Brunswick Tires?
THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.
Portland Headquarter: 4G-48 Fifth Street
ftAnHffi trnnimant V-Vincinttnl mrtri.1 nva nntr In frfin TTnltofl 5trtoa nnri
t Ininnt hno Imnti 1 n li n nrinl lV flin 11 rim,
ods of medical, surgical and obstet-pvlll bo shown at the Liberty Theatre , ocraUc Nntlona, Commltteo which' need introduction. No woman hnrp-
alcase3- , ,, iteht- ,. . , , ., 'has opened a transportation' bureau list In tho United States at tho. p. es-
Tho new and modern fireproof build-, These pictures, which were taken car(j th(j aHep ont (In. nns n8 wl,e -reputation. From
Ins contains private rooms tor bed ; to snow ne Kaiser tne way n.s g.-1 natMan, spectntors who wlll B0 t0
auu umuuiaiury casus, cuuipiuiuiy .una ui uic aca un: ttumiiib. hui
equipped examination and treatment i captured by English sub chasers af:
San Francisco to attend tho conven-
rooms. Roentgen Ray,
WARREN HUNT. M. D.
L. L. TRUAX, M. D.
GEO, A. MASSEY. M. D.
FOURTH AND PINE STS.,
KLAMATH FALLS. ORK.
FILIPINOS IN DUEL
.MANILA, March 22. (By Mail.) '
clinical and ter a running fight In which the 'U
,? tion Juno 2S.
tion. I onco at Shepherd's Music store. Tho
"See America First" tours ,to concert begins promptly at S o'clock. '
points of Interest in the we3t, includ- Thoso winning to attend the Elks'
ing Yellowstone Park, tho grand ! Western Nights can easily do so
after tho performance.
, Canada to Now Orleans and from
.New York to tho Pnrlflc'cnast Mlsui
i Smith has received unstinted praise
I TV.n ..Im.lnnn nt .flllrnnil nnilltl. ' fmill limS 11 T1 1 1 lllllll'P.
,35 was captured, and It is by special j nna thQ Jood Qf trafflc Qn M ThMo (,osr!nK tQ ,lonr ,,, n.vo,
pormision of the British Admiralty , Jg MWo for , nnova-' concert should procure tholr scats at
lUUl Ut'bti UlUl.UlUUa IIIUl'ULCUII
scenes will be given to the American
in -Tne Lanu 01 opportunity, a ( canyon, Los Angeles and others, are
super-feature which conies to the gcing planned by the democrats as a
L.iDeny ineaire lonigiu. a wuiier i" Hire to attract at least a pari 01 lae f tho most advanced mninlipr of
a New York club r.olates three inci- travelers westward two or three i,s irofo.3slo f I
dents in -the life of Abraham Lincoln, weeks heforo tho convention, there-j T10 oca membcis who ore bring-1
, which conveys tho leson tint tho , by spreading the burden on tho rail- ,ltn Itcro at considorablu exponso bo-'
United States is the land of oppor-1 roads over a longer period. j speak for him a respectful hearing! I
tunlty and that Lincoln grasped It For the return trip from San Frnn-1 nr A(nms was 0110 tho first to'
early In ins youtn, wun tne result Cisco a system has been woriceu out taJ0 ,, tI)0 gystomatic treatment of j
that he laid down loyalty as the rod j whereby tho visitors can buy east- pyorrhea and ranks ns one of tho,
upon which to build success. .hound tickets within thirty-six hours ' !ealln sr,0CialIsts In that dlsoaso on'
In this screen play Ralph Ince. after the convention opens, tho tick- .. pnriHp mnt nuinrnim -m imi
Two Filipinos have JusNfought with the noted director, is said to portray et3 to call for return passage eight ,i0Hvorod In plain words that any'
fcolos the first duel in Manila sinco Lincoln as no other actor ever has ' hours afjer tho convention closes. . ,)orson can uiuloretand. avoiding'
the beginning of the American occu- portrayed him. Not only does he ex- j The biggest problem in convention j technical terms except whore nliso-'
jiation. One of them suffered the press all the lovable traits of the transportation has always boon tho i 'nMy necessary. !
loss 01 nis leu nanu in me iigiu. man, hut he has made sucli a close ieturn trip, as the day and hour lor
Angel Umall and Tranquilino Pag- stutiy 0f his subject that all tho lit- j tho close is always uncertain.'
linawan met with seconds and tie mannerisms, expressions and at-j e. K. Rixby, a transportation ofilc
friends In a vacant lot near the cen- titudes of tho Civil War President j iaj 0f the Pennsylvania railroad sy.
ter of the city Just before dusk to ' 2re interpreted faithfully, I tem, has been loaned to tho Demo-
settle their feud with the favorke TjnCb jn 1823 Lincoln was given a'rM,. mmmittee to take charge of
Sold On An Unlimited Mileage
. S. WAKEFIELD'
Fourth St. and Klamath Ave.
Investigations in the Mold of den- j
tal surgery have proved to tho natln-l
faction of many leaders In tho dentnl
and medical profession Hint many of i
the so-called incurable diseases arlso
t from diseased teeth. It Is a now
i..r.vr ..j-.-.-.t..t....i- -.....- vr.vfviM'r.virlx.yJKV,
SWKDISII ROYALTY edge nnd consent is re(tilHltu for
WKI) COMMON I IKS such unions.
x.atlve weapon. Umall forced the sound bit of advice, to tho effect that tho transportation bureau. He hnsflcl, tor sc,onttfIc investigation, ox
light and soon landed the blow that opportunity was all about him and ' obtained the co-operation of the at- poraton of which has only begun
severed his adversary's left hand, that he bad onlyto open his eyes. 80C,atlon of western passenger J ,JUt t)0 rpguU(, Sf) fnp aro BfnrtllnB.
Jagllnawan fought on and Umall. iHe never forgot that advice. In h ' agents and tho the Pullman com-:Dr Adam8. lectllr(. w, 1)rn(T out
despite his victory, took to his heels ,ater year 1858, when he was cam- y haB promised him first call for f3cta nm, uyoId u den I1K wlth
Vint rrna no.lfyh. 1... n nnll fnn,on '. n i. , .-.- , . . (
UU no ..uub..v u, ,.u..o........ inaiBning against, oiepnen a. uougius .. n.rinr rar nnuinmeni
. na im..- -.
Pallnavan was taken to a hospital , he dropped everything to go to the
-where he has since been in a critical ' ai,i 0f the woman who had thus ad-
conditlon. As there is no law against vised him
duelling in tne I'niuppines, .uman incidents that "Tho land of Oppor
"will be prosecuted on a minor tunity" is written
The transportation commltteo of BcIoaCQ ln nvestleat!on thus far.
the national democratic committee, , o
THE USE OF these columns will
raake money for you.
It Is around these two whjch Is directing tho work, includes! ,.r.abo-. nuth has signed nn agrce-
Shas. Boeschenstein, Illinois, nar-in0nt wlth tho N(JW York yaCCHp
man; Isidore B. Dockweilor, Cal,1V: j but as yet ho has not afllxecl his nuto
W. W. Marsh, Iowa; Fred B. Lynch, Krapi, t0 tho real document his
Minn.; and Patrick II. Quinn, Rhode I contrnct.
STOCKHOLM. Mnrcb 2S. (By Two of tho Braves' stars, "Itnbblt"
Mnil.) Swedish princesses may Mnranvllle nnd Hunk dowdy, huvo
t.encolortli marry commoners, for ,,(,t "ccepted tho terms off u rod by
tho government lins introduced In tl,u Hoaton club.
Parliament a hill to amend tho old Franklo Mason, who has boon
conditions .that have been proved by Hnw which forhndo them to wed nn- matched to box Jimmy Wlldo for tho
ono not of royal blood. Under tho (bwolght championship, is tho nport
proposcd law only tho king's knowl- lug editor of n newspaper.
No less eminent an duthor than
Richard Harding Davis, assisted by
Jules Eckert Goodman, wrote the
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WILL SPEAK HERE
In line with the social survey
started recently by tho Red Cross,
ho Kinmath-Lake county dental so-i
ciety which indorsed the movement
in its inception "by resolution regu
larly adopted, has secured Claude
W. Adams, one of the foremost den
tal surgeons of Portland to come to
Klamath Falls Friday evening, April
23, to deliver a free lecturo on tho.
subject, "Tho Teeth in Relation to
Tho X-Ray In recent years has
knocked out somo of tho ancient
dental traditions, It was only a few
years ago that pyorrhea was consld-
nrpd an Incurahlo disease
KEEP II OP
Get into the habit of drinking a
glass of hot water before
Millions of folks batho internally
now Instead of loading their system
with drugs. ''What's on -inside
bath"7 you say. Woll, it is guaran
teed to perform miracles according
to hot water enthusiasts,
Thoro aro vast numbers of men
and women who, Immediately upon
arising in tho morning, drink n glass
of hot water with u teaspoonful of
Nowa- i limestone phosphate In It, This Is n
, ., i.,,t mo.iifiii nrnc-lvry oxcollont health moasuro. It is
days many of tho best medical prac Bt0mach. liver.
kldnoys and intestines of tho prevl
ous day's wnato, sour bllo and indi
gestible matorlal left ovor in tlio
body which if not ollmlnuted ovory
day, bocomo food for tho millons of
bacteria which Infest tlio bowels, tho
quick result Ih poisons nnd toxins
which aro then absorbed into tho
titionors send their patients suffer
ing from chronic aliments to a den
tist as tho first stop In treatment.
Unfortunately, In too many cases,
the patients will not take honest
dental advice, declaro dontal sur
geons, and the suggestions of tho
dentist aro disregarded as another
form of "dental graft."
The modern dentist
blood, causing headacho, bilious at
tacks, foul breath, bad asto, colds,
stomach trouble, kldnoy misery,
realizes bis tslooplessness, impuro blood and all
sorts of ailments.
responsibilities as a protector of tho I ,. '""P 'wno lec , goo; one , any
.Ml..,, I...W a.un.., .. ..w ..,,. - ..
not get feeling right aro urged to oi
public health, nnd Dr. Adams is ono
story for "Tho Trap," a Universal
offoring, which comes to tho Liberty
Theatre Friday, with beautiful Olive
Tell In tho leading femlno rolo.
tain a quarter pound of limestono
phosphate at tbo drug storo. This
will cost vory llttlo but is sufficient
to make anyone a real crank on tho
subjoct of Internal sanitation.
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