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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
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i.VA,wJ1!(yaI.aAtThU 1" '! to b the first deal of
KiTCnillg nCralQ guch mtBntude to be 100 per cent
co-operative and In which tenants of
moderate means have participated.
B. J. MtTRRAT
J CK? BsUtor
i In this ileal each tenant only put up
n few thousand dollars In cash. In
'the Fifth avenue transaction each
.VaMtofe dally, exeept Sunday, by tenant was called up:n for $150,000
Ml Herald Publishing Company ol in cash.
fcwath Falls, at lit Fourth Street. ( Surlnit nbout eight months ago
the transactions In co-operative buy-
-?5X.X'd l ,b." P,toffle ' Kim ins of apartments have mounted In
) Falls. Ore., for transmission thrn , ... ,. .. ...
tft) ssalls as tecond-cUaa matter. -volume until they are presently n fix
, lure of realty dealings and all of the
sfekecrlptlon terms by mall to any larger real estate agencies maintain
in the United States: special departments in wnich tne em-
year ..-.IS.OO pioyg dp -nothing else but handle
moatb ,8 the sale of apartment bousts to ten-
MfWbcr of the isolated Pre-. Inn,- Thl ' lly a profitable
Tie Associated Press Is exclusively trsnsactlon f:r the owner for tenants
JBtltled to the uaJorurepabllcatlon are willing to pay more to retain
saT5.?;rirVd.v.edd,tfna .'. w , rrrr r
Kr. and also local newt published vestors would pay and It Is said to be
la. profitable for the tenants In that they
All rights i of republication of apa- ure themselves of homes at a cost
kl .tlanstrliM haMdn ar also r
T " - m nr.v ahnnl aurn .mm Birorvj
AT THE THEATERS
Mary Miles Mlnter's second Ileal
nrt picture, following "Anne of
(Ireen Clablcs," which will be shown
nt the Liberty Theatre tonight, Is n
plcturlmtlon of Orwe Miller White's
universally read story. "Judy of
Rogues' Harbor," a comblnnatlon of i
one of the ableM of fiction writers
with one of the daintiest of Flinty
.loin's leading stars. Ml Mlnter Is
supported by n cust of celebrated ,
actors and directed l one who Is
distinguished tor his art and atten
tion to detail Critics consider "Judy '
of Kogut-s' Harbor" a film drama '
There are other was of galvanlx
Ing )our atrophied Interstitial glands'
into action than by nsiasslnatlng a'
helplers ape and gritting the simian I
glands cm jour human anatomy. l
The doctor told Jerry Jerome, the'
millionaire kid In "The Glue, linn-
TVKSOAY, JUNE 15, IQflO
Tenant! are approached bMh ndl- "" ,nnt nl Interstitial were on
vldually and through mass meetings ,' m,x na ' neeoeu some .-Men
rarter nop nnu wesiern jnix 10 stim
ulate his hemoglobin
The old doc had the right dope,
for Jerry ran Into enough excitement
In the wild and wooly to make a
"The Ulue Bandanna" Is a Robert-son-Cole
release, starring William
I Desmond, and comes to the I.llwrtr.
me snenage oi omce anu com- ,v...in.,inv
'when agents have apartment bouses
i to offer. The tenants are given a
certain length of time to decide and
It they wish to take the property the
'agents form a company to own the
t building to which only tenants may(
subscribe to stock. The purchnier of
the stock gets a 99-ear lease.
merclal space has been only recond to
Within the next week or ten days we will
take over the stock of Roberta & Whilmore and
conduct a Strictly Cash Grocery. Our aim will
be to give the people the very best at prices that
will appeal to all cash buyers.
We feel that by buying in carload shipments
and giving the people the right prices they will
be glad to pay cash.
Watch this paper for further announcements.
J. L Enders & Co.
ROBERTS & WHITMORE
ssssi . i-rfsVvwi nnnnn i f
that for housing pUrPOkCS In Newt C,,M. U'.,,-. nnnnl.r nnv.l
York and co-operative purchasing of Sw.Sllw nch ran ,,-rIally
NEW YORK, June 15. An "own office and loft buildings by tenants promncnl magaxlne and was
year own apartment" movement is in has begun, although It has not as yet tiUbllhed In book form, hits
fall swing here. Two late evidences reached the proportions of apartment aiaI,ted for the screen under the
ctlts growing strength are the pur- purchasing by tenants. Transactions ,mP of rne Invisible llond" and is
chase by the tenants for I3.S00.000 In business buildings differ from jrene Castle's latest picture. It will
of an apartment house on Fifth aw- apartment sales In that while co-De hown at the Star Theatre to
ftae and the starting of construction operative buying is done It Is seldom night.
b ob a co-operative apartment on Park 100 per cent so, the usual deal In- The story Is about a husband and
venue, which Is to cost 14.000,000. volves the purchase by a club of a wife who are still In lovn after four
Just the other day It was announc- half dozen or so business tenants, jcars of married life The husband,
ed that Wood row Court, an apart- who apportion the space among them- however, believes that marriage
-merit house occupying the entire selves and then lease the remainder, should not curtail bis personal inter
block front on upper UMwdway. be- The management In both cases Is ly and prevent him from carrying on
tvreen 161th and 170th streets had generally vested In some well-known an affair with a dashing joung co
been sold tor $600,000 to the S3 agent under the direction of the ten- quelle. After the wife has endured
families residing in the structure, ant owners. .much humiliation through her hus-
liaam ae.iua. zac miurcus uini niiu
he speedily marries the other wo
man. The second wife holds the
same theorlei about marriage as her
husband, and the tables ur turned
on him when she soon begins court
ing the compnny of other men, A
I J rich New Yorker became Infatuated
with her and, furious because she
-will not respond to his attentions,
plunges them both over a high cliff
In a motor car and kills himself and
' hr The hubsnd. g-ttlng th r
port of her death, thinks It Is his
first wife who has been killed and
I rushes to her home, where they are
"The Invisible llond" was directed
by Charles Malgne and Is said to
furnish Mrs. Castle with an oppor
tunity to show quite remarkable tal
ents as an emotional actress and also
to wear come nttracthe new- gowns.
Florence Reed in her grest emo
tional masterpiece, "Wives of Men,"
will bold the screen at the Mnndale
Wives of Men" played a very suc
cessful engagement of C weeks at
I the Cnslno Theatre, one of Hroad
'way's largest theatres, to capiclty
audiences every afternoon and ew-n-J
ing for suteral weeks, filling the
great big Casino Theatre at ovary
showing and registering nno of the I
blKgest hits of nny film exhibited In
the Metropolis this season.
J The New York newspapers all
praised this feature most enthusias
tically, the consensus of their opin
ion being that It was quite the best
dramatic film they had seen.
Florence Red Is well known to
KKK Store Removal Sales
7 H Summer Suits
all wool, new models, Kup
penheimer and other makes,
values regular up to $50.00,
removal sale price
20 PER CENT OFF ON ALL OTHER MEN'S SUITS.
20PER CENT OFF ON ALL BOYS' SUITS.
1 5 PER CENT OFF ON ALL SHOES.
20 pER CENT OFF ON ALL HATS Stetson, Knox and others.
20 pER CENT OFF ON ALL SILK SHIRTS.
10 PER CENT OFF ON ALL KHAKI PANTS.
10 PER CENT OFF ON ALL RIDING BREECHES.
Extra Special on Men's Shoes
LOT 1. Work and dress styles. Values up to $15. 0O Qfi
Removal sale price PO.'00
LOT. 2. Dress styles worth regular 'up to $9. fckftC
Removal sale price PTr.OO
50 PAIRS Men's Latest Style Dark Tan English Cut Shoes
Regular price $12. Q og
Removal sale price vO.OO
MEN'S WORK SOX Regular 25c Value. O fi
Sale, 2 pairs for AWC
MEN'S ATHLETIC UNION SUITS Regular $1.50. Qfi.
Sale, the suit vOC
WATCH THIS PAPER THIS WEEK TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE EXCEP
TIONAL PRICE REDUCTIONS AT THIS BIG REMOVAL SALE IT MEANS
DOLLARS TO YOU. SALE PRICES FOR CASH ONLY NO ALTERATIONS
MADE AT SALE PRICES
' AND HATTERS
Don't fail to read the Herald. Classified Ads.
Uheatre goers the country over. Her
career on the speaking stngo hns
j brought her n host of followers,
while her work In motion pictures
lias muile her one of tho biggest fav-
'orltes now boforo the public.
V benefit to the Employer and the Employe, alike.
"he Western Employment Bureau is GstahlieWl f.n
meet the demands of the men who want help and for
the man seeking work. We shall be glad to enter
into contracts with you to keep you supplied with
help. We will also undertake to find jobs for the
man who wants to make a change.
Send in your orders by phone, wire or letter. We
will take the worry of finding men off your shoulders
Western Employment Bureau
1034 Main Street, in the Arcade Hotel
SIMI.V STARTS HUM,
I IJIMMO, Spain, May 25. (Ily
(Mn!l.) Preparations lmo been
nwlo for a brilliant season of hull
fighting hero In August. Fomo of
the most famous fighters huvo be;n
engaged, Including Josnllto, Ilel
monte, Chlctielo, VnrHlto nnd For-
tuna, , ho will encountor hulls from
the most renowned herds. Tho ring
opens on August 22 and the fighting
Is to tako place every day till tho
PORTLAND. Juno 10. A fool
proof davit, by means of which life
luiits can ho lowered from n sinking
ship under the control of ono man
Instead of several, Is to ha manufac
tured at a plant to ho built either
hero or ut Astoria by tho United
States Marl mi Diulpmunt company.
Tho duvlco hus been putentud and
the company, which woh recently In
corporated, plans to Invade tho ma-
rlno market on oery seaboard of the
After tho ItentV
Hewitt: May 1 sea you apart?
Jewctt: No, I'm not broke )ot,
XOTICi; TO CIlKDITOItH
FUXKIMI, OP AXDIIKW IMIIKH
IIKI.D HERE TIMS AKTEHXOOX
The funeral of Andrew Parks,
aged 69, who died at the Warren
Hunt hospital Sunday, was held
from the Whitlock parlors today.
The decedent is survived by four
ions, L. D Adolph and Patrick of
Klamath Falls, and Charles of Chllo
quln, and by a daughter, Mrs. Jettle
Parcell of Iran.
In the District Court of tho United
States, for the District of Oregon.
In tho Matter of Robert O. Tomp
kins, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on
June 10th, 1920, Rohort O, Tomp;
kins was duly adjudged a bankrupt,
and that the first meeting of ' tho
creditors will be held In room 21,
second floor, First National Rank
Building, Klamath Falls, Oregon,
June 26, at 2 o'clock, p. m., at which
time said creditors may attend,
prove their claims, appoint a trustee,
examine the bankrupt, and transact
such other business as may properly
come before the, meeting
i. C. RUTENIC,
Referee In Bankruptcy,
Look at This Bill
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Tin: oiti:.T ArritiiKs
In a Kin.l iliiiiiiu. In , i;i-N. 111.' Iill of Hi.ia.liwiy, mn nt llm
CiiiIiio Hii'iHiu, lliouihwiy, Xi'w Vmk, for HU wi-rk"
Florence Reed in
"WIVES OF MEN"
If In llin tu Might nu klWl mill (iiirpst.e.1 u nuin ion (houcM .......
lour .....I ilNroveml It be be your l.l.,. ... ouM K, u "?
Get Hie AiiNiu-r. H.'o "WIVEH OK MEX"
Also u good coiiKHly f.alurlng Fully A. buckle ullh abmo
If Sou Miuit to enjoy i. good laugh, l.w.r good mu.lr, lnglnir unil mw
Rapa ilMicliw w tho VHudevlllo utt. Hull. m,I lUy S'.B"?J2
act, featuring Mr. Kmnt in Hi. famon. Hwmfa mUZ5! T.um
Kloowi chusw, ratJtli'il " ' " ure
"THE SWEDE AND THE GIRL"
' And also Mr. Kuort In Good Jazzy Music
DE HURK AND BEE THIH DILI,
Two Shows, T Mil t.