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THE EVENING HERALD;
KLAMATH 'FALLS. OREGON
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Sunday at the LIBERTY
Aioffier Magiutetui Tioducrtioii, wilt
i tuiciut Jiai ur l.vks ur ii jilwlim
from ihc amour ilorj' iy Lcnore J Cbjfe
We tiVt grtat pfeamrt In innounrLif whit rt btlievt to be M
of the firwat merinr picture production! offtrtd In the 1120
caoCLARA KIM0ALL YOUNO In TUB FORBIDDEN
WOMAN," from th lainoui booh by Ltnora I. CoflM.
lltrr ii it one the hicUat md moil ld-allitd form of moling
iltlurt tnttnJnm'rt A brilliant beautiful ictrtM in rare
Pamlan love itor i plctmi gorccoualy InvvatH, magnificently
No actual on srmn lurpawn CLARA KIMBALL YOUNO fat
jtUlUncr cf ciiarMttruatiTi rrcil brauly, hiitrioolc ability
nil In 'Till: l'C.:tlilDDUM WOMAN" you trill u MIm YetMl
it hr cr..ih . Durin tin run of thlt production wt request
t cirly atirr.damr ( politic o that all who will wUb to M UU
cULwraK tni Uautlful .curt may do to.
asiissi aj Tr-grj
The Sunday Show it Continuous! Starting at 1:30 p. m.
Sunday at the Liberty
AT THE THEATERS
O Inspiration for soma of tho grvutest
I ' im.n unit artlata nt tho lime. Whit
.was It Hint fanclnntcd bur admlrors.
Mmlo famo'us by n staluo for, that brouRht all Paris to her fed
which aho posed and by poem In-j and ut ut tho end drove her to leave
aplrfd by her wonderful beautify, ull splendor und luxury for the nclf
Diiudnt's fumoiia character, "Hnphn" ancrlllcliiK career of a Hod Cross
voluntnrlly chosu to glvo up nil the nuiso? Tho .answer will como to
fnmo and notoriety which might )ou when you u tho picture,
hate been hera to llvo In miml-pater-l
ty tor tho sake, of Jenn Gnussln, tho In announcing for presentation at
younic student. the Liberty tomorrow Clara Klnibnll
Paulino Frederick, In tho Para-' Young In her second Equity pnjdtic
mount adaptation of tho world fa-. tlon. "Tho Forbidden Woman," wo
moui atory which will bo shown at tnoruly want to remind you of tho
tho Mondalo Theatro May 23-24. hn . . ...
.1 . iir.tika imnrnlt of this alrl. Dance, Opera House, Tonight.
tinoducatcd, unrefined andr)ot tho Mualc by Brass Hand
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The Rex Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner
j , ' COCKTAIL
' Eaglo Oyster Cocktail
, . KOUI'
Chicken Okra .
Itlpo Ollvcn aherklns
Flnko Crab , , ,
Your Choice oft
Hoimt Chicken, Drenalng. aiblot'Bauco
v linked Hunar Cured Hum, Bauco Ln niabh-n
Frlcnaaeo Chlckon, DumpllnRH
llonat Lou Pork, Applo Sauco
Tlmbulo of Illto rinjtod Mnshod I'ohiloos
Strawhorry Ico Cioam,
remnrkablo production ot "Kye of
Youth" In which Mr Oaraon recent
ly preaunted Ihla talantcd artlate.
"Tho Forbidden Woman" Is Miss
Young's greatest vehicle to date nml
Is slid, by thoso of other cities who
have een It, that It ccn exceed In
Interest, dramatic Intensity and uti
usualneKH, hor tine eittirts In "l.'yo
Conwny Tearle, nlwns a striking
personality when seen In support (f
Mlas Young, Is again pluylnr oppos
ite her in mi extraordinarily .-mrnc-tlvo
Tho plny was produced by the
air,r orcauUation walrh mis re
sponsible for "Kes of Youth,"
which Is sufficient guarantee of Ur
quality, nml under tho supervision
of Harry (larson, easily tho foremost
ot tho Independent creators.
It Is tho story of romanco and In
trigue, ot lovo and hate, ot Joy and
norow, nil Interwoven In a dollghtful
continuity as tho autobiographical
talo of n highly tempermentnl prima
donna coquette who stops danger
ously near destruction through her
Inability to flirt seriously or take
seriously tho nppeal of her heart.
dripping, poignant, full of sur
prises and unusual dramatic lgor
"Tho Forbidden Woman" is bound
to ploaso. Ho euro and sro It.
This big production will bo nt Tho
Liberty on Sumtny only. '
It Is an historical mnstorploco ns
well ns n thrilling motion plcturo
that t)nld Wnrk (IrU'llli set about
creating when ho produced "Scnrlet
nays," his new production which Is
coming to tho Btnr Theatro Sunday.
Ho ntmnd to toll the glowing story of
tho old California of tho days ot M9,
portnolng on tho screen what Ilrot
Ilartu bns bo entertainingly told In
notion. With thin vlow. Mr. Orlfllth
Journeyed with his company to old
Toulumno, n deserted mining town
which In Ita palmy days was two
mlloa of miners' huts, saloons and
diinro hnlla. Amid tho ruln !o
n'mlunnt producer tocrontcd Hid old
KING WINS HARD
FIGHT FROM SOUZA
(Continued from psge 1)
Ilennle Dixon 6f Yrcka was secured
In his plnc, but when Allen hoard
of tho arrangement In' raised a cry
that ho wns unfairly treated and said
ho wns willing to go through with
his agreement, Tho commission, de
spite Allen's previous refusal to meet
Allen, relented and tho fight was. re
arranged. Then, according to their
statement, at the eleventh hour,' on
tho specious plea that Eaton had
backed out and In tho face ot testi
mony ot Eaton's friends that the
lateness of tho train detained him
Alien quit and changed from his
fighting tog Into hi street clothes
When he saw Eaton, who came direct
from the train to tho hall, enter tho
building, ho Immediately left It. It Is
clnltiled, and left it forever tho com
mission assert as far as his appear-
mi co In any ring event Is concerned.
Tho four-round event between Hod
Mooro of Klamath Falls and Joo
lllackburn of Grants Puis endod
within hatf n mlnuto after It's start,
lllackburn started with a wild rush
and Jabbed Mooro two or threo times.
The lecal boy got his long arms Into
action and ropolled tho onrush, floor
Ing lllackburn. Tbo fallen fighter
got to his feet and was almost Imme
diately put down again. He rose
slowly and raised his hunds In sur
render. Whllo the fight ended
quickly It wus a hammer and tongs
affair while It tasted.
' Tho Ilcarcat's reputation as a man-
eater spoiled tho curtain raiser. Kid
Covert refusing to take Bechance
with him. No other lad could be
found as a substitute to enter tho
ring with tho "hard-boiled" bearcat.
It seems the general opinion today
that the card, whllo trimmed consid
erably from schedule, was ono of the
best ever put on here, owing to the
quality of fighting displayed 'In the
main event and no dissatisfaction was
shovrn'ln tho comments ot tho fans
over the unavoidable ommtsslon of
the curtain raiser and tbo semi-final.
"Hilly" Huff acted as referee and
proved a good choice for tbo Job.
T. II. Wattcrs was time-keeper.
RAID'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Eatate
FOll SAMS We offer for quick! sale
a zr.-acre Irrigated tract, &Vi miles
from Falls, mostly In alfalfa, at the
very attractive price of, $2600, on
inrms of half cash. A pleasure to
show ybu. ' Chllcote & Smith, 033
Main Ht phone C6. ' Zl-ZZ
village and the characters In "Pf.tr
let Days" aro t ho red-blooded folk
vflio used to live thero In. the d?ys of
the gold rush.
Hosy Nell, a dance-hall woiisn
and Alvarez, tho mild-mannered,
dathlng bandit, at once the terror cf
the sheriffs and tbo best friend of
the poor, are tho central figures,
both authentic personages of Cali
fornia history, and a thrilling story
Is said to have been woen about
' Dance, Opera House, Tonight.
Muil'c'by llrnis Hand.
Kryptokt Have Ended
the Eyeglass Troubles
of Thousands and
Thousands of People.
Thousands and thou
sands of people whose
eyes need help for both
near and far vision are
wearing Kryptok (pro
nouncetj C r 1 p-t o c k)
Glasses today with per
THE INVISIBLE IFOCAIS
If you know "tho bother ot fuss
ing with two pairs ot glasses,
ono tor near vision and ono for
far vision; if you know tho
bother and Incouvenlenco ot
peering and scowling over read
ing glasses, or romovlng tlioin,
when you wont to boo at n dis
tance; It you know the embar
rassment ot wearing ordinary
conspicuous bifocals thou
Kryptoks nro Just tho glassos
tor you, too.
Lot us explain the in to you.
They nro tho only InWslblo
H. J. WINTERS
3i:wkli:u and optician
I'liono UOAV 700 Stain
FOll HA LK ALFALFA LAND
SW Vt of NW V, Sec. A, and S A
of NB hi and 8E U of NW 4, Sec.
Ii. all of Twp. 41, Hnnge 12, Shasta
View Irrigation District; an Improv
ed farm. Noto soil map. 3b per
acre, $2500. can remain 3 years, bal.
Alio S ot NE U of NE U and
all that part of the SB U of ND
lying north ot Adams canal, all In
Sec. 1, Twp. 41 South, Hnnge 11.
Ilorders canal and can Irrigate now.
Partly cleared rind fenced. $850
Also E of NE M, Sec. 17, Twp.
40 South, Tlango 10, near fitukcl
bridge, $12C0 cash.
Land Is going up everywhere.
Abbvo Is best prices and terms.
Agentfl protected. No better buys
outsldo of Miami. Fia where you
may address me. E. O. Argravcs.
T. II. WAITERS
C21 Main PhoneHOM
LOTS A few good lots In Hot Spmgs
addition. A few left on Shipping
ton pavement but going fast. Lota
of lots between tbe depot and Mills
addition. Prices right, terms 10 per
cent cash. bal. 36 payments. Phone
W. M. Montellus. 1303 Main st. 1-tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FURNITURE FOR SALE One 9-
foot oak extension dining table, 2
oak bcadsteads with springs, 2 com
modes, 18 lunch counter stools. Call
219 Jefferson St. 21-22
FOR SALE One Hupmoblle , S-pas-
senger In good shape and cheap.
Terms If deiired. Mallory Oarage
Co., C3T Willow Ave. 20-26
FOR SALE CHEAP Brn to be
wrecked; good lumber. E. Qlnlltch
GOOD OPPORTUNITY to get apart
ment bouse. A. J. Lyle, CO High,
FOR SALE At tbe Kattentorn res
idence, Merrill, Oregon. 12-foot
power windmill, slx-tined Jackson
fork and' cable, mowing machine, 1
hay rake, single buggy and barnest,
Doss washing machine. 1T-22
FOR SALE A few pieces of house
hold furniture and a wicker baby
buggy. 521 Walnut St. 20-22-
FOR SALE One 1919 Hudson Super
6 "-passenger, Al shape, $2,250.
One 1913 Dulck. good paint, good
tires, Al shape. Be sure to see this
one If you want a good, cheap sec
One E. M. F. 30. One Ford deliv
ery wagon cheap.
In fact anything from Fords to
Cole S's nothing better.
C. L. McWILLIAMS, SO Main
Phone 169 15-22
rOR SALE 490 Chevrolet, good
condition, run about 0,000 mllei.
Wolford & Wann, Yslnax, Oregon.
FOR SALE Seed Potatoes. Rob
erts & Whltmore, Cth and Main.
FOR SALE Holsum bread lie n
SIt)T CASH 11ASKKT GROCERY
822 Klamath Ave.
T Why Pay Moro T
May 14-Juno 14.
Special Sale on groceries and
flour. Spot Cash Basket Grocery.
FOR SALE Tbe Herald will place
your message In tbe hands ot over
9,000 readers every night for only
five cents a line.
FOR SALE A paying business.
Must sell owing to other business.
Right man a snap. See 100S Main
FOR SALE Oldsmobilo 8 in first
Ono Cadillac, snmo, as new.
Seo J. B. Auten, phone 452M.
ONE GOOD CAR for salo or trade.
Must go this week; can bo scon nt
C13 North 10th or call nt 906 Main
Phono 459. W. H. Ross. 19-22
GALVANIZED IRON Sky Lights and
Cornices mndo at 1023 Main stroot
L. N. Ilalnos. 19-tf
FOR WENT Bpace In these coIuomm
t flv centi a line a day. A Us
ben It read by thousands very
WANTED Young lady wishes col
lecting to do for business housoa.
Address Box T, Herald office. j
W ANTED Information as to -the
address of Jerry Sullivan .whose
address was Klamath Falls some)
years ago. Address E, W. Spauldlag,
Notional Metropolitan Bank .build
ing .Washington, D, p. 20-24
MAN AND WIFE- wishes position o
Irrigated or stock ranch. Address)
Box J. M Herald office. 20-24
WANTED A good residence lot la
tho vicinity of 94h and Mala.
Must be cheap. 21-tt
WANTED Young girl to help la
housework and take caro of child
ren In small family. Call CSS Elev
enth St., phone C7J. 20-22
WANTED Wlcke- baby buggy, rea
sonable. Phone 378J. 20-22
MAN AND WIFE wishes position la
ramp or hotel as cook and wait
ress; capable taking charge of small
camp. Phono 172. 20-24
Man and wife with small family
wants steady work on farm, near
school. Life experienced; wife goo4
cook. Reply box L, Herald office.
Good camp blacksmith. Work lav
eludes horseshoeing. Permaaeat
place with 'free rent to right man.
NINE LUMBER CO, Box 1126, city.
WANTED Party to farm 80 acre
Irrigated land on.e mile from
Macks Cash 8tore. Inquire "Sheeta"
Link River Electric Co.
WANTED Man to drive team on
ranch. Phone 253-J. 17-tf
WANTED 4 or 5 room house fur
nished or unfurnished, by reliable
party: references furnished. Reply
Box M, Herald. 15-tf
WANTED A message from yon to
the readers of The Herald, If yoa
have nnvthlna for tale, for rent. loM
Printing. Stationery v and of tree
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company 126 Main St n-tf
PHONE PEYTON for wood. !
CITY OARBAr.F When yon
ttrhr t.,T""'ri ell K7J
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Long grey leather purse con-
taing coin ana currency, newirs
If returned to F. C. Miller at Dun
bam Garae. 21-23
LOST Yesterday brlndle bull pup
10 weeks old Liberal reward for
his return to 213 Cedar; or phone
516. ' 20-23
LOST A golden opportunity to -
vour home, your farm or anytnin
you wlib to disrobe of. if you do noi
ie the classified columns ot Tht
FOUND A chance to dispose of hti
ot the Innumerable articles tbs
von have stored away In your cellnr
ittlc or barn. Turn your waste im
'ash. There Is always someone win
wants Jut what you have for am-
Find htm through the classii
-olumn"! of this paper
Dance, Opera House, Tonight
Music by Brass Band.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FURNISHED ROOM to rent 701 Jof
foruon St., phono 250J, 21-24
FOR KENT Room for Bontlomen.
1730 Johnson Ao. 18,22
X Classified Ad will sell It.
TEXAS OIL STATUTES
TAKEN FOR MODEL
AUSTIN. Texas, May 22. R. P.
McLaughlin, chief ot tho oil and gaa
bureau of the itate of California, has
endorsed ttie Texas oil conservation
laws. Mr. McLaughlin has been here
conforlng with Major G. C. Butte.
chief ot tbe oil and gns department
ot the railroad commission.
Mr, McLaughlin declared he plan
to recommend that certain featurm
ot the Texas conservation laws be
adopted by the golden state. He de
clared that Texas Is fast finding hor
way to tho 'fore In oil development
Beforo visiting Texas, tho CaHtor.
nla oil man toured tho states ot Kan
sas, Oklahoma and Louisiana, i
BAKERSFIF.LD, Cal., May 23
Tbo starting of construction ot t
Porahlng school at Lebec In Toj it
pass, on tho state highway sputh
thin city today, marks a radical i ,,
parturo from California -ch
building mothpiM ln that cclc
coaling. $13,800 la belnn built
adobe', tliq-snuio material used lu
construction oftlw first bulldlns
Leboc In. tho Qarlj JlftloD, and of F
Tojqn,, nearby. J'j.
For Yrar Oiickeiis
CHICK FEED, GROWING MASH,
BONE FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA MEAL,
WHOLE AND CRACKED CORN
M!!.iiiey Fed & Seed5t(M'(-
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