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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, Al'lttli 2, 1020
Earl Shepherd Co.
NEW SEA ROUTE
. TO LONELY ISLE
PAPEETE, Tahiti, Mar. 17. (Hy
Mail). The connection with civiliza
tion established through the opening
of the Great Circle iea route from
Panama to Australia ma)- affect the
rommunal life of the 250 residents of
Pitcairn, island, until recently one of
the most lonely-places in the world.
For more than 100 years the is
landers, descendants of white muti-l magistrate of the Island, divided
r.eers and Tahitian women and do-1 dually among the 40 families.
vout members of the Soventti Day
Adventist faith, huvo lived harmoni
ously in what the rare visitors le
gurded as a sort of Utopia.
Whenever a ship is sighted, the
whole population turns out to gather
vegetables, peaches, oranges and
I mangoes and by the time the ship
lias como close in, all is neatly pacKeu
in baskets and stowed aboard the two
or threo whale-boats at tho landing
place at tho foot of tho cliff. What-!
ever of provisions or clothing is
taken in in exchange for their pro
duce is immediately, on the return
ashore, brought to the courthouse
and there, under the direction of the
HIGHEST STANDARD PRODUCTIONS
TERWILLIGEU & PATRICK, PROPS.
Bryant Washburn in
"IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE"
We'll guarantee that jou'H sny this Is "some slion"
"UP IN ALF'S PLACE"
A New Parnmount-Seiinctt Comedy of the Usual High Class Quality
i TRIMS FT. KLAMATH
CHILOQUIN. Apr. 2S. - Kino.1
sunny spring weather! Iltisoliall fans'
hivo had u meeting In tho Chltoiuiln
hotel nml orgnnUod, T. W. llltllngs,
proprietor of tho hdtol, was elected
inanugor and Wnilo Crawford as1
I, First In onlor was tho uiiestlon of
funds. A dance was tho suggested
I source for tho necessary funds mid
was given ut Wilson's hull Saturday
night with the result that the a mo unt
raised was something llkcv. $23G, as I
near as tho writer could ascertain.
The Jnx band from Klamath Falls
furnished tho music. Tho hall wal
filled to its utmost.
One of tho big features was the
selling of two rakes at auction salu.
One cako made by Mrs. Ohlu sold for
$21, bid In by Joo Hall. Tho other
cako was mado by Miss Marian Hill
ings, which was splil for $35 to Soth
lllxon. Tho bidding was fast and
furious, but Dixon triumphed.
Tho first ball gamo of tho eoason
was pulled off nt Clillnqulu, Th. i
Hustons fo Chlloiiuin crossed lints i
with the teai.i from Fort Klamath.
The game was flno and a good sired j
crowd attended. People ciuno from ,
all parts to witness tho flogging that
tho Hostons gave their opponents, j
Scorw, 11 to 0, favor tho Hostons of'
Then aftor trimming tho team I
from tho Fort, tho Hustons, though
qtilto sore from making theso 11
runs, played the Agency team, known !
as tho Indian school. The gamo was
a tie, 5 to 5, called on account of
Next Sunday tho Hostons will cnihS
bats with Silver Lake team at 2 p. m.
Bo sure and bo here as we oxpect
to do likewise unto them. Komom
bor Chiloqulu has a grandstand.
You can sit and enjoy tho game.
Tho White Pine garage Is being
rushed and is Hearing completion.
A new dance hall and "juovlo"
house, is being talked of. As'Wo un
derstand It, the ground is secured
and material ordered.
Howmnns have moved In their
new postotfijc and It Is really n
Billy Crawford is In tho city. Ho
Is just back from Portland, Ore
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
WHAT ABOUT PRICES "
Many men ask Ihat question
about clothes. Prices are high,
certainly but we can assure you
of this. No matter what you pay
here, you'll get your money's worth
and you're tho one who decides it.
If you think you didn't get every
thing you should money back.
New Styles For
They're here; and of course we
think they're ahead of anything
we've seen in a long time. But
we'll leave that to you.
Hart Schaffner & Marx pro
duced these clothes for us; a great
variety- of designs; all colors and
patterns, we'll show you.
Recently tho queen of England
sent among other presents for thojj
islnndcrs, a phonograph. No llttlo
difficulty was mot In deciding ns to
whom the care of tho instrument
should bo given. It was finally sot
tied by selling at auction tho privi
lege of uso. Tho ownership, however,
remains undisputed as tho prcperty
of the community.
CVrrricfet 10J0. JUrt SrtoffMr Marx
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY! ' Hay tl10 wo,u" employed in
, banks mid olllccs work only six huiiii
a day, from 'J to 12 and from 3 lofi.
I n".T. At l.tltnrtf Tlmntrn mui!i
.. .., i. ,.i ' Thnv nlKii ptilm n Hiif nrilnv fmtf.liiili. I
nvnmnir. :i Niur in iiniwii mil i ----.. -- .- rf
Tho islanders uro a very devout ' gloves. Please return to tho bux of- day all tho year.
people. Besides church services on llco of tho Liberty Tlicatro. 2H
tho Sabbath thev hold regularly " ' . , ,, 7 ; TZ 1
. . , , KOIt SALE 5-room uoiijio, Interior
morning and evening prayers In each j newly ,)al,cre(l nlul p:lnted, bath,
household, every house having a . toilet, sink. lawn, trees, liorry
Mable Xornuind in a Wild and Wooly Comedy, "PINTO"
Her Greatest TriiunpU
llttlo harmonium to assist in tho
Justice is dispensed according to
English law under the presidency of
a magistrate who reports to the Brit
ish consul at Tahiti and he In turn
to tho high commissioner of the Pa
cific nt FIJI.
hushes, wood shed, wnlks otc. Don't
wait, look at this ono today. Price
$2250; terms. J. T. Ward & Co.,
125 North 7th Street.
HAIR WORK of all kinds done;
Switches nnd hair pieces sold;
combings mado to order. Phono
kU C12.0-24. TT
-A' -U.M BUI I
WANTED Woman for gcnoral
house work on ranch, short hours,
light work. SHanahan Hancli, Bly,
Oregon. . 28-tf
WANTED Place to work for board
by two girls until closing of school.
Phono 467M. 28
Wanted Threo chamber maids at
tho Whlto Pelican hotel. 28-tf
v3 M Vf
Be an Informed
HOSPITALS of the Presbytenan Church throughout
the mission world last vrar cripA (nr nv m.1l.
pauenis. iienngs ol nesbytenan churches in mission lands
are so large that for every $ I given by you to foreign work
there is expended on the field $1.43.
,. 17le Psbylerian Church is teaching the Siamese the
dignity of labor and providing ihem with shoes through a
mission tannery. Better bred chickens have been intro-
duccd into India, so that the people may have sufficient
rood. In Africa this church is teaching the blacks fanning,
carpentering, and blacksmilhing all to help build better
ufe for Ihe natives.
Leam the fads of Presbyterianism. Subscribe to New
, fef' 75 "n'5 a y. dub rates) sample copy
from 1 328 Cheslnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. Cet from your
???i0nr i'??. ,ea.f,el: "Bird' Eye View of the Budget of "
1 920-2 1 " and "What Your Moncv Will R,. ol. J
'7JC Pow-Fold Task of the Presbyterian Church"
(40 cenls, of New Era Headquarters).
Com to Church on Sunday
"Z" Engine with
EXPEHIKNCKD OIUL wants houso
i work in small family, good wages
land treatment expected. Wrlto box
ill, Herald ofllce, giving full particu
Nearly two conturlos ago one. of
tho greatest towns In Belgium had a '
womnn for Its chief magistrate Thn
experiment took placn In Namur In.
1736, -whoro Madnmo Mnlotenu wnsj
for over two yoars burgomaster
Wooing as done among tho Our-mcso-Tartar
tribes is as simple as It
Is Idyllic. On tho first day of winter
tho tribe holds a groat feast, at
which all the mnrrlagoablo girls
gather and listen to tho music mado
by tho bachelors, who sit under tho
"desirable trco" and play their favr
orlto Instruments. Aa tho mnldon ho
loves pnssos him a youth will play
louder and moro feelingly. If sho
Ignoros him nnd passes on ho knows
sho will havo nono of him. If sho
slops up to him and lays a flower up
on his Instrument ho jumps up nnd
takes hor by tho hand, taking euro
not to drop tho flower.
AT MALIN, OREGON.
MAY 1, 1920
Music by Malin Orchestra
Prnctlrat Painting, Aliitulniimlng of
nil Iron flxturos, Eurnltiirn Koflnlsh
Ing and general contracting.
1)1 a itoio Ht.
THE UHE OF theso columns
nmko money for you.
New Era Movement
Cooperating with Interchurch World. Movement
OVER .250,0:0 farmers
bought the "Z" engine.
They know it is power
ful, dependable nnd practically
fool-proof truly a great en
gine. 5 But now v?e announco
the one addition which could
possibly improve the "Z" per
formance Bosch high tension,
oscillating magneto ignition.
9 So let us show y"ou in detail
this greater engine value. 5 Our
service to jpou is rcmarkaLl
complete nnd we are assisted
by a nearby" Bosch Service
Station. 5 Prices lH.p.
$75.00 3 H. P. $125.00
Carried in Stock by
G. C. LORENZ
TO KENT For your spring houso
cleaning Thor Vacuum Cleaner.
Delivered and called for any placo,
one dollar a day. Call -19, Klamath
Electric Co. 28-30
120 acres best alfalfa land In the
valley, complotoly fenced, deep soil,
ucll drained, 710 nlkall. fin acres in
alfalfa, fid acres plowed and harrow
ed, all ready to seed. Oood four
room plastered house, collar, largo
barn, double granary, 2 good wolls.
Only 10& mlloa from Klamath Falls
on dally auto stago line. This Is a
rnro bargain and a dandy ranch. For
further Information, boo
.r. t. WAiib & co
12n North 7th Streot.
Tho annual meeting of tho Klarn
ath Cattlo and Horso association has
been postponed to moot at llonniua,
Oro., Saturday morning, May 8th, 11 1
28-tf W. C. Van Einon, Socrotary.
THE PICK OF THE PICTUItKS
A NEW ONE EVEltV DAV
II. W. POOIiE, Owner
m m m iiffc,WWWwAJXAJ
1IAHKV IIORKLi, Musical Director
Klamath-Bend Auto Stage
A dully auto stage service Is now
operating liotweon Klamath Falls
and Hend, Odicea Itox cafo and Met
ropolitan Hotol. C. I, Iteckard.
Saturday, May 1, Klamath Agency,
music, by Peerless orchestra pt Klam
ath Falls. Supper will bo served.
Ahtlotlc benoflt, 28-29
TONIGHT ONLY u-
Israel Zangwill'a great story . ,
This In 0110 of tho mosKmrrixsful stnKo plays this ,enr anil star
Hint dainty darling of llm M-rWn '
MAIIY MIMOS MINTEK
KOOHAMS ALSO THE VISUAli NEWS OF AM, THE WOULD
Evelyn NiHblt In "MY LITTLE HIHTEIt'
A HniMhuifj Western Story, "THE IIRUTE BREAKEB"
This plctnr was filmed around Mt. 8hasta nrt tho McClotrt.
River Country If a Dundy
MATINEE EVERY DAY