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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1920)
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VMDAY, MAT M, INt
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
I want to get in touch with a party who has a few
thousand dollars to invest in a business proposition.
This is a clean-cut, straight business deal, and no
loan agents need answer. Must hear at once. Write
BOX 4000, HERALD
Western Floral Shop
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YKS, YOU I.OVK TIIKM
Wo know that, and wo know
thni you will love our flow,
crs too, They nro no ox
qulsltcly beautiful In form
anil color, they hino such
wonderful fragrnnco and
daintiness, thai they would
win over the hardest heart.
Our flower shop la a thing ot
beauty Just now cotno and
.V - a,
'i W fan M
Runners on skis have made a rec
ent of seventy-two feet a second, and
la leaping on skis more than one
laadred feet a second Is attained.
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Apply tew drops then lift sore,
4 touchy corns off with
fingers No pain!
AT THE THEATERS
The master mind of the world of
crookdom was unquestionably Tho
Shadow, leader ot a New York band
ot super-felons. The one bright spot
In The Shadow's, evil life was Morn
Light, a little musical comedy queen
To all Intent she returned tho love
that the crook bestowed upon her
but her sham was all for a purpose.
She owed The Sbsdow nothing but
vengeance for the death of her fath
er. But be was repaid a hundred
fold before be found death In the
black waters of lower New York bay.
The Shadow Is one of the complicat
ing factors In "Loot," the new Uni
versal photodrama. which comes to
the Liberty Theatre tonight. The
picture wsa adapted from the Satur
day Evening Post story by Arthur
Somers Roche and features Ora Ca
re w and DarreH Foss.
ONCE AGAIN !
CORTLAND. Ore., May S3. For
eign ami cunxtulm shipping out of
Portland, demorullted during tho
wnr. Is rapidly being restored ntulj
tho port Is reported to lie well on Its'
muv toward reulliutlon of tliu Kalti
that appeared Inevllnlile as u result
oi mu opening oi inn rnnnina ennni '
Hefom the war Po'tlund had a.
trump steamship servlro running I
about ISO steamers n )ear, besides a
vnrjlng number at sailing craft, two
Sues cannl Ktcnmcr seniles via thelf
Orient, tlio ltoal Mull Steam racket
i company and the HamburK-Amerlcnn,
and orcailonal culls by three other
line operating through the Pamiinu
canal to Kuropcun ports
In tho Inter-const service, Port
land had tho American-Hawaiian and
occunloiiul ship from other com
panies. In tho coastwise service
'there were two strong pusienger and
freight lines operating between Port
' land nud Sail Krunclsro, and threo
stenm schooner lines hundllng freight.
Tho offshore lines, bolng con
trolled by belligerents, all disap
peared during tho war. Tim Inter
coast service ulo was absolutely
Immediately after the close of hos
tilities, this community started upon
an Insistent campaign to restoro Its
shipping. Today the port has tho
Pacific Steamship company 8U
vessels operating between Portland,
Japan, Shanghai, Hongkong and
Manila, giving a fortnightly service
Columbia Pacific Shipping com
pany Kho vessels Just being put on
the run to operate between Portland,
Shanghai, Tslngtati, Tlcn-tsln and
Dalrcn. to maintain a semi-monthly
Toyo Klsen Kalsha A freight
service to be Inaugurated July 1.
slightly butter than monthly service
at the commencement and to serva
first, Japan only In the Orient, with
promise of extension to north China
ports If business warrants.
Java Pacific line To Iniusuralo
service about July wjth outbound
loadings of approximately monthly
Intervals at commencement with
tiny bottle of Freezone costs but
tew cents at any drug store, but Is
strident to remove every hard corn. a perfect lover and
He was a misfit Earl, but a perfect , promlso of loadings both wnys as
lover and scrapper. Anyhow, you soon as cargo develops,
can expect a man fresh from the On tho European and Atlantic sea
open plains of the great West to act (board routes, six companies are now
like a Chesterfield when he finds a operating as follews:
title thrust upon blm. Hut you DOi Williams Dlmond and company, a
expect a red-bloodedWesterner to bo 'triangle service, Atlantic seaboard to
Now is Yoiir Chance to
Cul Down Your
The Central Hotel
will rent a limited numljqr of rooms to permanent guests. These
rooms are furnished with the best beds that money can buy. They
are clean, tidy and well ventilated, and will be kept so.
There will be hot and cold water, tub and shower baths.
Restaurant and barber shop will be in the building and everything
will be done to make it comfortable, convenient and homey.
The Hotel is now open for business. The restaurant and
barber shop will be ready early in June.
The purpose back of this hotel is to furnish to the workingman
of Klamath Falls a place where he can live decently and cleanly
and at a price that will be within his reach. The owners of this
hotel feel that they have done this.
J. J. KELLER, Manager
a h ear-cat of n.thp
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vu wrn, or com oeiween me iocs, acrapper. And Louis Bcnnlson la' thence loading via
vlfl Pnnitni ran.il Inl
aad the caUu-i, without soreness or A Misfit Earl" certainly runs trat'eumn. nn.i . it.. ni.-iiJof vessels on this side,
tho North Pacific to Europe and re
turn to Atlantic seaboard This pro
vides better than monthly service.
j'uciiic mcainsuii luuiynii uumi-.-
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Portland. i""" l"BU '""' '--'"
n.! 1,1 rftnimi-l hn urlth Ihn flf.flvnvv IffkV-IL ltLlr JtT4 IIIU
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Freezone la the sensational dts- nlson
cevery ot a Cincinnati genius. It is
to form. Don't miss this new Ben-1 seaboard.
I Columbia Pacific Shipping corn
pony handling curgo from tho At-
gloom-chaser. Five reels ofi Isthmian line has lust InninrnmK.,!
rough-riding romance and whirl-. sorvlco from Atlantic .nni.n.r.1 tnl'Bn,lc to 'u Pacific
I A brldgo In Peru, morn than 200
fuet long. Is supported by roper of
It Is estimated that there are HO,
000 Japancan In the United Slates,
the majority of them In California.
KT ttU!i: IIIHK
DENVER. Colo.. May 23. Cinema
In connection operators hero under a new wngo
wind fun. At tho Liberty Siturdny.j Vancouver. 11. C, then loading from wlth t,0,lTor)r ' '"Sl" on this sldo. scalo effected by I. A. T. 8. K., now
For Service and Quality
Pnplflp Mnll Rt.tnillMhltl rntlinnnV ' rifiill , tl n.i limi. twirl ulv tiniip.
offering definite spaco for continuous u day However they urn on duly
oargo movement from Atlantic to sown da)s n week, which totals 42
Pacific with prospect of return scrv-' hours, nud tho new sculo Is fU'.GO
Ice, and a survey Is In progress as to.Tlio old scale was $30 ami I3C, the
the udtantago cf serving this port, higher rale wus for tho down town
. Luckonbucli Steamship company .Iioiisom Mumigor say tho dltjuito
A lliundllng curgo from Atlantic to Pn-,wis settled "uinlcnbly," though utilcn
clflc mid ulso conducting an Inuulry
as to tho possibility of n fixed scrvlco
based upon reciprocal curgo move
Tho Soclcto Oeneralo d'Transports
Mnrltlmos a Vapour has recently In-
men say n strike threatened lo dark
en the film houses.
jaugurutod a uurvlco between North
Jk . Mediterranean u:lnts. The Initial
(Pacific ports, Including Portland, and
FROM FIRST CLASS PIG PORK
HAM PORK ROAST .: 33c
LOIN AND RIB PORK CHOPS 33c
SHOULDER PORK ROAST 25c
SHOULDER PORK STEAK O 7q
SELECT CUTS CAN BE HAD FROM CHOICE
STEER BEEF ANY CUT
ALL MEATS HANDLED UNDER GLASS AND- '
WITH EXTREME CARE '' . '
1 I effort scorns to Insure a permanent
X I steamship connection.
V Four other services novo been
V practically agreed to and the com
3 munlty, through regularly organised
jchunnols, Is expected to bo nblo to
4 (over thorn If private agencies do not.
J. Applications havo been made for
I 'two cthor services which huvo not
. "' A.
been arranged and they may not bo
roullzed. Klvo of tho servlccn tint t
nro ostubllHhod aro by Hlilpplng board
allocated boutM und u portion of tho
othors that aro plunnud will bo
throiigh tho uho ot such vessels,
Tho JapaneKo warn not sorvlng thin
port by any rogulur lino business but
only through nccuslonnl trnmpH,
Vi'l'liolr first entry with a fixed llnu In
J I horu will tic with tho advent of tho
7T. K. K. about July 1.
4 I CoinpnrlHon of Japaheso tonnago
4,'nnd Amorlcan shlpH doing tramp
iJimlnoH now shows tho porcontugo Is
much higher with tho Jnpancno vch-sols.
trolnnd was first termed "Tho
Kincruld Islo" In n poem called
"Krln," by Dr. Drennan, who lived
In tho latter half of tho 18th cun
Don't suffer I Get a dimepack-
of Dr. JmncV Headache
You rnn clear ylir IimiI ainl Vrllntn
dull, kpllttlng 01 violent throfililng
limiliilir In n imii, l wlUi iJ l)r.
lumtV llrnd.ulip lyder, TiiUf nM-inn-
hi-ndmlie iillrf m'ut almoit Inmni
ally Semi mint inu to lulda-l alvrir
-inw fur u dime purknn muff, fejonn
i;-nt nftcr ou tle a C3r yii
'lll woielir wlinl Imtiiik- nf lliA'rs)
irln-, iiiiiriililn uii.l ntlii Mi.p iifTA
li It's l.n.llc. yuu fc,, i w)mt
f,l ill- f r
524 Main Street
Crulhshunk, tho noted Kngllsh ar
tist, onco offered f 600 for proof of a
violent crime committed by a teetot
aler, To the day of his death tho
money was never claimed.
The title of "Marechale" is used
to designate the wife of a Marshal of
France, and ibe continues to bear it
.Ting COff I?? OREGON
Oregon lo oo foaoue for hor applog
as California la for orongoB.
Oregon apploo ore aold from llaina
to California la Uoxioo City and
B00B3 'om and BDY 'em and help oar
growers furthor oztend ttuiir mar-
If" laioolated Xnduatriea of Oragoa Un
caA,sLk.Aaal..a .' .
ter ;..t dfsth of her husband.