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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1920)
B. J. MVIRAI
.OMf MHor .
PaMltfaed dally, except 8unday, by
sa Herald Publishing Company ot
at Fells, at IIS Fourth Street.
Mered at Ihe poatofflee
Ml Vails, Ore., 'for transmit
reaeyt dumber tra hls'aaablsb
When her deception threatens to
shatter her own budding romance
with the supposedly deaii husband's
brother, the, alleged "widow" Is sore
ly tried. Hut a delightful surprise
straightens matter out. NlKel Har
rle Is Miss Clark's leading man, anil
a notable cast axlita In making
"Widow by l'roay" a screen comedy
lly" MINN HTAII
Alia .as second-class matter.
aaacrlptlon terms by mall to any
tea In the United States:
year .................. 15.00
month -.. .i.. .... .50
We see by the paper that England
get six German battleships Mid 124'
submarines. France gets two battle-'
ships and 3S submarines. The United
States lifts tvto old cutsets as her
share of thVpoll of the European
at Klam- of the rollicking type for which tht'icgtitlagratlon. Tbnt's a fine lay-out.'
little star Is famous. And the funny part of It all Is that
t li the English house of commons.
WOMEN OF EGYPT (who has decided Just what share
Uncle Bant Is to hare. Once more wo
say (hut's some luy-out. j
sber of the Associated lYrsa.
Tae Associated Tress Is exclusively
titled to the use tor republication
C kll news dispatches credited to It
at not otherwise credited in this
tr, and also local news published
SLAVES OF MEN
All rights ot republication of spe
1 dlspstches herein are also re-
FIUDAY. JUNK 4, IPSO
AT THE THEATERS
lly this time It's a well known furt
lalthuogh John Dull won't admit It)
that If Uncle Pain had not roim to
the rescue when he did, there would
LONDON, May IT. (lly Mall.)--The
treatment of women In Egypt Is
the darkest phase ot Kgyptllri life,
snys 0. N. Uarues, Member of Parli
ament, who has recently returned today be no such a country ns Ilrltuln.
from a tour of thnt country. They were on their lust lees, and
The men In Egpt, said ,Mr,'they were pretty weak lit the knees
Hemes, so far as sex relations wero t tbat. when this country saved Ihe
concern! d. thought themselves, the ,ay for them. And now John Hull
Lords of creation. They could ill-1 bunds over to in two old broken
vorce their wives at will, without ,owa cruljers. We Imagine we eun
whim or reason, and It was not un-.. j0hn ijui nlcker!ni: un his
O, common for a man to have three lve a. he passes the... outlawed
"i "In many houses,"
obsolete wsscls over to us.
There wa a time when the United
States could have made ntly demamw
inntlior iirni.i-- urrra dm1 Dames. I bnve saw n woman and
Wen transferred to the screen. ' Jou can take It from me that the po-
nei.li.M K It... . .. kll. ..... .. altlnn nf tti tt-nmnli In Wvnl I4 slui
. '.., .A.. .. ..... ..... i.ni,.t.ir .. ,.i. n'.t .in... she wanted to on England and had It
UTUl'l fUIUtir TilIU .fW 1 Urk iuf -." - rvtawwus muu wv7J'X7..ii- t
Atiw.rnrt. i thi. iniMi fnrrfnv vAJencr. They ftinit their IIvm In ml-1 Itrantcd too
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aide for Marguerite Clark, the daln-lerablc hovels; In working In the ad
ty Paramount-Artcraft favorite, and i Joining fields, or In getting water,
will be shown -at the' Star Theatre "They are the serfs of the men
and as much beasts of burden as the
Hut it's a horse of u
different color now. The wurs owr.
The Dutchmen are beaten. And John
Hull, with characterise farslghtcd
!, I feathering his own nest, and
Catherine 'donkey and the camel. A people making his position doubly
film version which uses women folk In that way I tor the next conflagration.
i Clark wlh are d'ttlncd to be a subject race ewr get the Idea Into your h
and do not deserve to govern.'
Friday and Saturday,
Originally -a. play by
Ckteholm Cushlng. the
t aaJd. to. furnish Miss
ef the mo'it charming light com-
die In which. she has yet appeared.!
m has the role of a wideawake' Joe Beckett, the English heavy
jam bachelor girl masquerading weight champion. Is coming to .which we bad better recognlre, and
ma a widow 'In order to collect a leg- America In quest ot bouts. With the recognlre at once.
cy for a chum whose husband Is re-.exception of Jimmy Wilde, none of I
'the slow stubborn Englishman Is a
fool he Is not. There Is a shrewd-
!nesa under his cloak ot slmpleness
aerted missing In France and who Is John Bull's present crop of boxers
kertlf too proud to 'secure the has shown much class on this side.
Do you think if s right to save
The, only thorn In the fleh of Eng
land today Is Uncle Sam. We do not
like t? b- a culkmlty howler, nor do
we want to cry FIltE when there Is
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SO lire. OUI ai ine Fame uui- m i
more money thts country can put Into t
warship, and the quicker she can
build them the safer we will be.
,There Is no greuler preventative of
iwar. than to bo In such a position
that any other power or powers wl.l
think twice before they attack us.
West End Cash Grocery
Look and Heed These
Money Saving Bargains
flOc Beginning Monday, Juno 7, thu West End Groeeiy 00c
J)0c will sell for two weeks or until Saturday night, 90c
90c June .19 our entire stock at 90 Cents On the Dollar 90c
90c with a few exceptions of contract goods. 90c
90c This is the greatest saving sale of groceries held in 90c
90c Klamath Falls. Do not miss this opportunity to 90c
90c reduce the High Cost of Living every ninety 90c
90c cents takes a dollars worth of food. . . 90c
90c Positively no goods charged at these cut prices. .90c
MM J. V ,.JM J1
Swift & Company's business
has been built up partly by selling
capital stock for cash and partly
by thrifty saving, putting some of
.our earnings each year back into
the business to increase facilities
Jhat is what most all of us seek
.to do save part of our earnings for
future usefulness, i
It is the way American indus
tries have been built up. It means
-the least drain on the financial
resources of the country.
For the past twenty-iour years
Swift & Company has .made an
average profit from all sources of
11.3 per cent on investment (capi
tri r.r?'i surplus), and 2.3 cents on
each dollar of sales a fraction of
a cent per pound. Out of this we
have paid dividends and saved'
something to help us keep pace
with a growing country.
Swift & Company, U. & A.
Some time ajto. Lone Star was
ermine over from Knelsnd, and was
In conversation with an Englishman
'lof note In the smoklnK room of the
vessel. The conersutlon turned to
'the altitude of England towards this
I country. "Why." shouted this Eng
lishman very Indignantly. "If occa
slon ever demanded it, we would
come oer to America and wipe you
uy the map." I'erhaps the reply we
.myutfrblri-was a llttlo caustic, but we
J ius.t' simply couldn't help It. "What!
again:" we naked blm.
West End Cash Grocery
WATCH FOR PRICES EACH MONTH
of the supposed alcohol Into his hand
and lasted it. One taste was suffi
cient. Undoubtedly there had been
alcohol In that keg some time or
other .but this stuff wouldn't eten
burn. On taking the Btulf to the
hospital and toting It cut. It' reg
istered Juft exactly 1 per cent alco
hol, and S9 per cent wuter.
Ninety rents on the dollar ut the
Wet End Grocery. Adv.
lly u simple rule the length of thn
dny and night, and time of the year I
may be ascertained by simply i!:Ule '
ling the time of the sun's rising,
which will give the length of the
night, and doubling the time of net
ting will g ve the ter.gth of the day.
A Claulllrd Ad will sell It.
" I . I . I r .
We have no particular love for
William Itanrinlnh Hearst, but at the
"samo time to give honor where honor'"11 brains trying to
is due. we certainly take off our hat
to him on his, stand of "keep your
eyw.on IJrltaln.'" Hearst has every
reas:n to bate the Itrltlsh empire
His papers have been barred all oer
I'Jit.Uut at the samo time It takes a
man like that to show us a few things
about the Ilritlsh empire, lie would
leave no stone unturned to hand hack
to IJrltaln a fw of the slaps they
have handed blm, so Ufa pay atten
tion to some of bis statements.
There's some truth In them after all.
We might get one of those old
oCsoIete. German ships up on the
Upper Lake' It would be quite an
That is, of course, provided that
tbey hoM together long enough to
cross the herring pond.
' We notlfe that the Jew and the
Arab are having a hard tussle for the
'Holy Land. The Arab might just as
'well hack down. It won't he long
till the Jew v.-1 1 1 have It all anyhow.
And now Mr. Koblnxm is racking
find out Just
a here the real dope went to, Tbe
funny part of It all Is, that Itoblnson
offered the v. hole keg to C'ull.iglinn,
the'S. I', agent, who refused It, stat
in c ttiat lie didn't want uny of the
Junk at all, telling ItoMni- to throw
Now, what puzzles tbe. Lone Ktnr Is
how any man with a name like Cal
lughan, tould refuse alcohol at any,
Uclnd, even If it were only 1 per cent, i
Hut the Irish pull some funny ones'
at that. For Instance three Irish-1
men and an Italian nere working to-
gether digging n ditch. The fore-1
man walked up to Tat Murphy who
was taking his tme about digging
that dit'eh, and, pointing to the Ital
ian said: "I'at, that Italian over
there is doing twice as much work
as you are." "Vis,"- replied Pat.
"I've been telling tbe damned fool
dugo that all day, and shtlll he won't
(Ult It." K
Can You Beat This?
All of which reminds us of another
Irish story we heurd not long ago,
FrnnV Ft Ttnliln.nn nt I tin U'nrrrn Unil HO. to keen VCU all In ITOOll
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Hunt hospital pharmacy, ordered a humor, we push It on to you. A priest
barrel of, alcohol last week. WIienw walking up the street whun ho
in. cnlP'I Mr. 'OToolo coming out of a
"Why: O'Toolo," said tho
priest, "coming out of a saloon
again?" "Why shiiro yor rlyorlnco,"
lepllvd OToolo, "I can't shtay in
thlm all tho tolrno."
the'. Iiooze arrived, Mr. Itoblnson, oniP''
teolni a holo nbsut a (juarter of an,f,a'"on
Inch' In-diameter. In the1 top of tho
iliariot, Immediately smellnd a rat.
I Tty)ing up the keg, ho poured some
Nlnuty cents on the dollar at the
West' End Grocery. r Adv.
Ulds w'll be received until C p. m.
Saturday, June t, 1020, for the cfra'
crate' work for tbe foundation fo.
tbe Sacred Heart Academy. IMans
and specifications rony bo seen at the
office of,,. P.JIelde. architect, Odd
Fellow building. All nids should bo
addressed to postoflic box 427.
marked "Bids for Foundation."
Bldi must be made on ba.U of price
Mr yard. Right .Is rewved to re
Jacr any or all bids. -or to accent nth-
r'tnan tbe lowest bid submitfd.
By order of (he tralldlnfe committee.
M JOHN DREHH
A story Is told of Wilson Wlloy,
our deputy assistant district attorney.
Not long ago Wiley wait arguing a
case In tbe court of appeals with
gieat earnestness. In his cause be
stated a point which' the Judge ruled
out. "Well," returned Wiley, "Jf It
please the court, If I am wrong In
this;' I hav naother point' that is
equally as conclusive." ' . ,
This Is all for today.
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k k d" a
(led Ad'wlll eJIJt.,
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KAHN TAILORING CO.,
of Indianapolis, or
A. E. ANDERSON & CO.,
kuu . JmP I
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MANSHIP AND STYLE,, AS WELL AS MATE
RIAL. NOW IS THE TIME TO PLACE YOUR
ORDER WITH ME FOR THAT SUIT YOU WANT
TO WEAR ON FOURTH OF JULY.
HURRY IT WILL PAY YOU
JOE P0SPIS1L i
AT BRADLEY-EVANS SHOE STORE
, 727 Main St