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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1920)
WKSDAY, MAY 4, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. J. MUnitAY
Published daily, except Sunday, by.
Tk Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.)
Xntered at the postofflce at Klam-f
Ik Falls, Ore., for transmission thru '
tk malls as second-class matter. I
A 1 1
Molltcr's Day, Sunday, May
Appropriate Cunli (it
PIONEER PRINTING AND
1M Nttii, IIoumoo Optit lltxiw Blari
AT THE THEATERS
Subscription terms by mall to any
address in tho United States:
Om year J5.00.l-
I Peggy Hylanil, tho dainty Kngllsh
star, Is n striking success In her now
photoplay, "Tho Merry-do-Hbiuul, '
which will bo shown nt the Liberty
tonlRllt. ''Tho Merry-Go-Hound" Is
us striking n rellectton of tho Ufa of
circus people off parndo as ever was
ofterud to the thoatro-galng public.
Tho Joys und tho sorows Of circus
people; tho frenklshness of trunks'
tho vagaries of sawdust stars, supple-
; mont the charm of a love talo that Is
4'e4" 'tola in, a scries or exciting opisoues
One month ...
Xeaaber of the Associated lress.
The Associated Press Is exclusively
BtlUed to tho use for republication
t all sews dispatches credited to It
r not otherwise credited In this
Vtper, and also local news published
Air rights ,of republication of spe-
dlspatcbes herein are also re
TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1920
COST OF PAPER
"We wish to call the attention of
ur readers and advertisers to a dis
patch from Washington, published
in xms issue, in wmen me two oig-'i ,,,, ,,-,. ,,,: i
t BnM,hpm In th Ilnlfd 8t.l,l V0Ur H10.11 WlM be
w a -- ,fc ..... -J
Thousands of ueoDle
who have suffered
with rheumatism are
t Anti-Uric to others
because it cured them.
If you suffer with
rheumatism why not
try Anti-Uric? It is
1 guaranteed to give
5 satisfaction or
discuss the newsprint question. Mr.
Monsey tells us that the price for
'newspapers may go to ten cents and
Mr. Hearst suggests doubling adver
tising and subscription rates.
When men-ltkethese, who are the
outstanding figures in the newspaper
world make these statements the
public listens. Publishers have rec
ognized the seriousness of the sltua
$ Originally prepared for
doctors only Anti-Uric
$ was placed on the
$ market for the general
public and 'has made
? a wonderful reputation
ending In n smashing climax And
thoro Is Just enough of heroics and
gun-play to season tho romance prop
i. .Broken commandments, love and
sorrow and ' repentance, and a
strange three-sided romance, mndo
the photoplay, "Broken Command
ments," which shows tomorrow at
tho Liberty Theatre, ono Of UiQ(
, strongest and most sympathetic In ,
which Gladys Brockwell ever has'
'appeared. Supported by an excellent j
cast, this clover young star put her
t best work In tho part of the" girl of
tne California reuwoous wno, mru
the course of nn unusual yet acutely t
human story, pays a tragic price for'
love but comes nt last through a cru
cial way to utter happiness.
Tho scenery of the California red
.woods, majestic and beautiful, mado
a strong feature. '
-tioii for over a year and all of them, Watch the daily papers ?! ice-cream in the world, according to
Tiave been bending every energy toi f. .n.n.i. Z T' . .. ..- . . .. ..,
xui cimuiaciiicmo iruill
people who have used
Anti-Uric and now
For sale by
THE STAR DRUG
ICE CREAM EATERS
.WASHINGTON, May 4. Amerl-
cans are the greatest consumers of
"have been bending every energy
-solve a problem that has caused the
death of over fiften hundred papers
In the past twelve months.
The time has come, however.
"when there must be a re-adjustment.
and this means that both advertis
f.iv nt1 Diiliafirlntlnn rltno milQt flA
"6 " auwo... .f...vM .-..w ... w- .
fixed on the basis of cost. So far we
have not increased the subscription
Tate of the Evening Herald. It has J
been kept at fifty cents a month or ,
95 a tar, just as it was when it was '
started fourteen years ago. The ad- what you want in The Herald, in ad
tertislng rates have been held down dltton to criticising it and us,
to a point where they yielded prac- ask yourself how much you have
tically no net revenue, we nave j contributed towards making it the
leen able to keep going by econo- newspaper you demand. o-
nes-nna nara worn- doui oi wuituj to return to the newsprint ques-j.
have their limitations, and even tien: We would urge every reader Hereafter the Herald will publish
these have been reached. As we who contemplates paying for the pa-1 the mean anl maximum tempera
stated in our announcement of yes-per for one year in advance, to do so tures and precipitation record as tak
terday, both readers and advertisers , immediately. We are going to buyen by tbe u s Reclamation service
xnuBt expect the increase in rates that paper now, so as to insure our sup- 3tatlon' Publication will cover the
must come, not as a matter of choice ply at present nrices. Afnr Juno i , day Previous to the paper s Issue, up
on our part, but as a matter of ne- the price of The Herald will be ad-
a report of the department ot agri
culture which shows that 511,360,-
t S16 quarts were manufactured com
mercially In 1919, not to mention the
enormous quantity made in homo
T nthnr nhnapa nt thn nniintrv'a vnat
dairy industry are summarized In tho
following production figures for
1919: Butter, 869,055,223 pounds;
cheese (all kinds), 409,529,240
pounds; milk (evaporated, condensed
and powdered), 2,0S5,114,103
NOW ENROUTE SHOULD REACH US IN
ABOUT TEN DAYS. THESE ARE ALL SOLD.
ANOTHER CAR LOAD DUE ABOUT TEN DAYS
LATER. IF YOU WANT A BUICK GET YOUR
ORDER IN EARLY.
White Pelican Garage
A FEATURE OF
oessity, if we are to keep this paper
.going at' all.
While we are on this subject, we
would like to speak of The Herald
Itself. No one quite so fully realizes
Its short comings like those who are
.engaged in its production. There Is
-ot a person connected with the pa
per who would not be delighted to
tee it go to its readers in size and
contents in every way equal to the
metropolitan papers. When it is re
duced to four pages, our feelings are
correspondingly low; when it is not
"owing over with news, we are more
disacDolnted than our readers. We
lenow better than you what kind of a X
paper this city ought to have and we T
also know better than you what kind '
vanced to 65 cents a month, or 7.80
a year, where it will remain only so
long as the cost of production will
justify such a rate.1
to 5 o'clock of that day.
Max. Mtti. clpltatlon
May 1 55 30
May 2 60 24
May 3 63 29"
Onol of tho most Interesting fea
tures of the Elks' carnival which Is
to bo held here from May 17 to' May,
22 Is the klddlo's doll parade. I
A large number of children with '
their dollies all dressed up In their
Sundayiclothcs will mako Friday aft-1
ornoon .May 21 the gala' event of the I
weekvfo man has so far forgotten!
hllnsetfns to fall to appreciate and i
enjoy tt hunch of the little
play. This event will be looked for- tho Elks' spring carnival.
ward to with Intense , Interest by
young and old. j
Several mothers have already cn-l Solrmi I.ngcrlof, tho Swedish nov- Tllltl
tercd their little ones
sired that every little girl
mny have the opportunity to enter omy of '-otters, nm' the only woman WINNIPEG. May 4 About 3,-
the parade and show their most l0 D0 nonoroa with the .Nobel Prize 000,000 acres are available for whent
Tunin, tho flrv-flghtlng hors. who sayi his nrayers liuforc rotirlnir morn
tots at gracefully tlinanoroo people. Vuma Jt a rlrcun-horHo utiiJ.wllLbo hero at'
IN WIIKAT, MANITOHiV
and It is de- e"Bt waH lhu "rst woman to bo elect
girl In town e(1 n member of the Swodlsh Arad-
f a paper we can publish. Give us
the money and we will give you the
paper. We .would be in position; if
wevbad the patronage to justify it,
to t get special telegraphic service
when there was a" scarcity" oflocal
news, and so on down tbe line until
wo .met the demands and ideas , of
-' ' '
everyone, ' i T
a!s it is, there is not another in-
fitltllflnn In thp r!tv ihat pivna nn
much in return for what it receivps, .
Our'readers have not paid enough toll
pajrffor the paper on which the nows'ji
is '.printed, and yet some of them j
have'the unmitigated nerve tQcrab.I
about what has been costing them '
lessthan 2 cents a day dellved'jati?
theif homes. AdVertfsers.are getting' &
thejr space for less than any other -
pape- in the state or Unjtwl States, !
for that matter charges, every-
thing considered. "j'
We know whereof we, speak'or
wo'Tjaye on file the sworn circulation a
andadvertlslng rates of evory" lfns-"i
,llsUdally published in tho United ?
-States. So when you do not find iuf a
Imperfectly fitted yes. Properly fitted no. -
The style of glasseworn has everything to do with
their effect upon your appearance.
t That is where 'our-service is of great advantage
we are trained and experienced in the art of fitting
glasses, and know how to select the lenses that will
nest aid your vision and the frames that will best-suit
Every pair of glasses we. supply is made specially
to measure. That is why q'ur glasses don't disfigure.
Call and let us demonstrate how well we can suit you.
cultivation in Manitoba this year.
Tho avuniKo yield of whout for (ho
last 10 years is 17 bushels per aero.
Tho wheat crop area on this compu
tation would turn out a 51.000.000
All of tho events connected witV Tno atlonal Council of Danish ' bushel yield, lnl 919 the" total wheat
the big carnival are being forgod Women comprises 35 associations, production was 40,975,300 nverngw
favored doll to the public. Any
motherwishing herrtjlld to panic!-. It , only wlthln tne InBt
pate (fan arrange It by writing or year(t tnnt Turk)l,h womcn
pnoning to tno publicity manager of turned to read and write.
tne uiKs' carnival at the Hotel Hall, i
H. J. WINTERS
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Phone 149W 706 Main St.
Into shape. i
Several additional merchants have'
entered tho big parade for the open
ing night. Candidates for tbe popu
larity contest 'ar&bejng named right
along. The names JwU bo published
in the Evening Hqrald, Wednesday
oyenlng. Considerable (Interest in
the big ?300 'Edison,' phonograph is
being displayed and 'i., lively contest
may bo looked forward to.
The Foley 'and ''l5urk combinod
shows are to furnish all of tho at
tractions on the grounds and the
people of Klamath Falls will havo
the opportunity of seeing one of the
biggest und best amusement com-!
panies on tho road today. j
One or the feature n'ttractions of'
the mammoth two-ringed trained an-!
imal circus is Yuma, tho firo-flghtlng
horso. " Yuma actually rushes into a,
burning building and rcsques a child. !
Ono of tho most sensational acts in I
arenic performance today. Trainer
Halph Haufcor Hpcntrtho larger part
of tho winter perfecting this partic-
U,ur aCt- 'ffi
with a membership of about 40,000. 15 bushels to tho acre.
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V v V V V W V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V .
Al'STLV, T'X,(;21nyl.u-Tho Stato
Eoard of Hcaltli Itf couductlm; oxpor-
Iments to detormlnu the most efreo-
tlvo method of disinfecting tort
At The Liberty
HIT THE SAWDUST TRAIL!
IT' WILL TiKAl) YOU TO t
T1IK (lltCUH IN WHICH -'"
liikt-s tlrla'l.s, Is oonl ami won
sr.iiTHfK ljvi:ly,htah in
"THE MERRY-GO-ROUND" .
lll'MJI.Va WITH HOMANCK THAT IS
MIXKI) WITH MS AND KltOMO
At The LIBERTY