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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1920)
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THE EVENING HJjJALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
at1, nnrn m, iM
AND HIS MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
THE EVENING HERALD
SAYS ITS THE BEST SHOW
SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES
RESERVED SECTION $1.00
GENERAL ADMISSION 50c
AT THE THEATERS
O its possibilities with ber managers
1 and Mr Sheldon, It wan produced
and It was In that piece, that sbo won
Tho p-ogram tonight at the Liber- br sreitst turcess; a success that
Includes a comedy which urra- -u lftj,' ' ,h" "Hrst-nlght" por
ta anything yet produced in that formates, and ha mad hor tho
lino. It in Harold Lloyd's Cr I bin leading emotional actress of the
new 1310 effort aud 1m catted "Bump- American stage,
lag Into Broadway" acd It cirrles a' This Is the story from which the
lauch every moinest. Thls picture .United Artists' production-for tho
was-featured alovjs munyTofitbe lead-(screen has been made and which will
lng releases of tbft"yp.j At:l tonight shown at the Liberty Theatre on
vne L hertv wi ftUua'f&UV. r ctur- ,muraiy. j-or a season 11 wa.i me
tit 'AIM World talk, rase In New 1
uumisi isio oroou
that has made
Po don't uOti "
Doris Keane baa nil superstitions,
neither does abo boWova la, charrm.
but she always carries around with
ber a bit of paper, neatly framed, on
which In written:
"This in not a good play, 0. P."
The "C. P." Is the Initial signature
of Charles Frobman. It was under
the management of Mr. Prohman
thatlMUs Keane played on tho stage
lor a Ions; tjmo, and It was to him
that the pluy "Romance" by Edwa'rd
Bholdon was first submitted. He
wrote that comment over the pity
after he read It and later It came to
Miss Keane'u attention.
Bbe liked tbe piece and db-cussed
rage In .New lork, then it played two
years in Chicago, then a season In
notion and after that It was taken
to London where It played nearly
So Korean couple would think of
marrjlng without consulting tbe
sago, who fixes tbe happy day fur
them. This he does simply by add
lag tbe bride's age to the bride
groom's, and, after determining
which star rules tbe destiny of their
united ages, be decreet that tbe wed
ding shall take 'place upon (be day
sacred to that star,
Tbe Sultan of Turkey seldom
sleeps two consecutive nights in tbe
same room, so great Is his fear of
HIGHK8T STANDARD I'RODUGTIONH
TKItU'IU.KJLK & IMTItICK, I'ilOI'S.
"AN ADVENTURE IN HEARTS"
Featuring Captain Robert Warwick
A pictara of Beautiful Womra, Sumptuous Hews, Heckle Deed
0f Dark sad Thrilling Hattlcs of Fist, Sword und W1U, with
Xateart Warwick, supported by a Hi, liriUlaat Gut, lit a role u(
I PERSONAL MENTION I
MIm Vera yooil has rvturiiod
hnmo from the Unlvoralty and U
with lier paronta t lVllcan ll.xy.
Miss M K. Ik-IUfliier, n cousin or
A K. Albert, nrlved Sund.ty night for
i short visit, Mli Ilollltluar w."
formerly from Mntuo
Mr und Mn II. I) Mortunson loft
jrutiinliiy morning (or toi Angulei,
where they will attend ttio wedding
of Mr Mortonson'a alitor
Miss Marjory Dolsolt, daughter of
Postmaster W A. Dolsoll, Is expected
homo tonight from ldigono Ml.t;i
Dolicll is ,i sophpmoru In tho Univer
sity K C Spink drove down from Kite
rost on Spring crvek, jestorday to
look alter business hero
M. McAndraws Is moving from his
former homo at 350 Ninth strvel to
the C C. Hnguo placo at CIS High.
Mrs. (?. K. Moore, nccompanlnd by
her mothor, Mrs, Hodgdon, and sit
ter. Mrs, Stuphons, wnro passenger
on the boat for Rocky Point thu
morning. They will' s'peud two or
threo days At (ho resorV'tboro.
K. D. Hrlscoe and son. of Port
Klamath, are la 'tho city 'today on
Don and CarJ Pfewbu'ry. who have
bea attending the University, ar
iMcted this evening for a visit with
their mother, Mrs. Wilbur Jones.
Dr. K. Q. Simon and party, of Oak
land. California, who havo bn en
joying thu fishing on Upper Klamath
lake for tho pasf taw days, left this
morning by car for tho Day city. Dr
Simon has, beon spending his vaca
tion In Klamath county for the past
Ave years. The party report having
caught two eleven pounders vpstnr
day before leaving the lake for town
besides a groat number of saui'.lrr
Don Colvlg, who has been sp-n'l
ing a few weeks In Klamath Palls on
business from Yreka, roturned homo
on this morning's train.'
Mr and Mn. Joseph I.. Roatty left
this morning for Crater I-ake whern
Mr. Ratty will bare charge of th
south entrance to the Park.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V Kthrldge ami
son and Mrs. C. H. Clayton who
camo to this city from Dorrls on bus
iness a fow dsys ago, returned to
their home this moralag
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Illglow re
turned to their horn In Dorrls on the
morning train. They bare been hern
on business for the past four days.
A. D. Hennlger made a business
trip to Dorrls today.
Mrs. Prod Hill and daughter hnv
gone to SprlngHuld, Oregon, to spend
nbout a month with Mrs. Hill's par
tnta who reside tbero.
Mr. and Mrs. UP Shilton and
son. Leonard, went to Ilray this
morning where they will make their
C. K. Rutts, of tbe Seasrave com
pany, manufacturers of motor Are
apparatus, who has been here over
hauling tho Klamath Palls Are truck,
left this morning for Columbus,
Ohio, Mr. tlutts was accompanied
by bis wife.
Mrs. I. R. Krnst and baby left tbls
morning fqr Palaluma, California,
where shp will spend abont tbroo
months visiting relatives' and friends.
J, W. Harrison and W. S.' Davln,
who bavo been hero on business for
the last week left this morning for
Weed. Tqoy epoct to return hero
ttometlmo nest week.
Mr, and Mrs. C. A, 'Turrier were
poMAngcrH on the morning1 train 'for
Marshfleld whore they wilt make
their home. They bave'been living
here ahoutf f oupr manth bat on ac
count of Mrs: Turner' health' which
was affected by tbe high altitude
they deeided to go to MarshOwld.
Mrs. At D. Addison and son, Dot
bert, wbo have been here visiting
with Mr. and Mrs- E. S. Phillips for
the last three wxeks, returned to
their home In Eugene on tnts morn
Milton Hnot, wbo has been visit
ing hero with his friend, Harry Doi
vln, roturmid this morning to bis
home at San Francisco,
Mrs. If, W. flhopherd was a passen
ger on tho tnnrnlnit train for hor
homo at Lodl, California. Mrs. Shep
herd lias lieon visiting bar mother,
Mrs, P. U. Patrick.
HERE AT LAST
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Feature Dances at the Moose Hall
TONIGHT, JUNE 23, 1920
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KndorH A Co, aro quoting some
very attractive prices bo read tholr
BUaley Covalaakl saaaat Just
wbat brsaM wkM Im UM Mana
ger TrU 8pmkar e( (h Cltveland
Asserleaa Laaoa etah waa
golag t "aaMka then var." Ha
then palled a egar traa.kU kla
pockat aad lightad .. CovslMkle,
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AUo a Paramount Comedy
"THE NIGHT OF THE DUB"
If a wull could be dug 4C miles In
to tho earth) the alt at the bottom
would, at tbo proportion maintained
at the surface of the globo, have tbe
density of quicksilver.'
Dy a, ciausA in a npecls.1 , treaty,
concluded noon after the first Punjab
war, the Maharajah of Kashmir has
the right which he exercises of
prohibiting tbe importation Into hla
Urritory of portTplas.
A tcry fine sol of dtorcnptlcan
glides lllustratlni: the noiul of pluy
grounds and tlm duvulopmont of tho
same In our larj;o cltloH will hu nhdwn
tonight at 8 p. in. at tho revival mnot
Ing which Is being hold In tint opott
air imvlllon, cornor of Kovonth and
Pine, Thcno Hlldna aro fnrnlaliitd by
the Unlvorslty of California.
s Following tho showing of tho Hildas
a brlnf gop nrmon will bo preach
ed by Rov. C. P. Trlmhlo.
If the weather Is favorable, tha
services will .be held at the pavilion,
If It Is too cool and windy, tho Horvlco
including tbe showing of the slides
wlH be' in the Prosbyterlan church'
Just across the street.
TAKES PAPER TO
LEARN OF TO!
The tottiT printed below is not an
unusual oiamplo of the contents of
tho Horald'H dally malt hag, but b
rauso the writer so clearly Indlcatos
tho general coatnots of similar let
ters this one Is published apologet
ically, as It worn, as a bit of shop
Ssji Pranclsro, June 1C, 1920.
Klamath Palls, Ore,'
t Rncloxed please find a post
bfflro money order for 65 cents to
cover one montb'n subscription to
tha Herald, which f am now receiv
I wanted to get a general Idea
about Klamath Palls and thought
tho iM-st way to do so was to ub-
itcrlbo for your paper for n month.
Upon receipt of thn first fow copies I
decided to take a trip up there, so
ptetiwi dlHContlnuo tho nxir aflor
this month's subscription Is ummI up,
hut I certainly will bo a regular sub
scriber should 1 decide to tocato
OKOrtOK J McllKNIlY.
Mrs P L. Hmlth underwent a
Caesaroan operation at thn Warren
Hunt hoipltal last evening nnd bids
fair to mako a speedy and compleln
recovery. Tho operation was per.
formed by Drn. Hunt, Massey and
Truax of the hruplUl staff.
Tbo child, a girl, In doing splendidly.
flhould a bridegroom In Kore.i
stay In tbo house of his brldn's fam
ily for moro than threo days after
the wedding, ho Is compelled to live
tliuro an ontlro year.
THH PICK OF TOR PICTURES
A NKW ONK KVICIiV DAY
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II. W. POOIiK, Owser IIAHJIV IIOHKL, Musical Dlrortor
"BUMPING INTO BROADWAY"
with Harold Lloyd his first really big 1920 comedy
Sec it and laugh The hit of the season
And in addition a fine picture starring
Bessie Barriscale is "BECKONING ROADS"
Edward Sheldon's celebrated play " ROMANCE "
, with Doris Keane starring
Truly a picture worth seeing
"ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE" with Bert Lytell
V KATINHR BVMRY DAY
far tbta wMk'
A CUaslftad Ad wlU mU It,