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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1920)
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, JULY , IftM
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
DON'T FORGET THE
BIG OPEN AIR DANCE
AT KLAMATH PAVILION
I PERSONAL MENTION I
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BEST OF JAZZ MUSIC
, 7TH AND PINE ST.
MRS. DON J. ZUMWALT
MISS HARRIET PASMORE - Contralto
MISS CORA MILLER - - Soprano
MR. H. B. PASMORE - Basso Caatante
MISS MARGARET WORDEN Pianiste
H In Concert
Open Hrase, Thursday Evening, July 1
Reserved Seats $1J0 asMl $1.00
On Sale at Both' Music Houses
Reserved at Shepherd's Piano Depot
Minn Mary Ifeggomlorffor I here
for n row days visiting Mr. nml Mrs.
(luy Merrill. Uitor she experts to
spend ii nhnrt tlmo with MrH ,larn
(llvm nt Illy, hoforo returnlni! to
lior homo lit I'urll mil
. Mix J II Smith of Richmond,
I'ul nrilwd last night to spend thot
summer with iir sister, Mrs. (' it
Do l.ii Mm Smith grow from glrl-l
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Ir anil MrH William Kii)koudtl
I of Kiiroiiv nrlvod Inst night to vlalt ,
tholr lion, J ml co I) V Ktiykondall,
Virgil Do Lap returned ln.it night
from tlio Unhorslty of OroKon to
upend tlio vacation with hi pironts.
Mr ami Mm (! It Do Lip
V It Parker of tlio Klamath lk
elopmont compiny loft thin morn
ing to watch tlio wlmliip of tlio Horn
ocr.itlc convention ut San Francisco
llutiort Word on. son of
Mr. Clarice Word on of Oakland,
California, and Hurge W Mason, Jr.,
loft yestord.iy morning with tholr
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AT THE THEATERS
Julian Milage it la town today In
the form of tola celluloid aelf when
Ills latest picture, released by Re
public and entitled "An AdTontur
ess" open at the Liberty Theatre for
It Is reported that ncTer wns
there such a melange of fun, frlrol
Ity. boanty and dramatic action as
U contained In this l.'ltlnRO feature.
, "It. all happens In a llfetlme" Is
the way Julian Kltlnge regards' the
work he put Into this picture. At
times the bold Jack Terry, at other
times tho coy MamSelle Fedora,
Eltlcgo pluiges gaily through the
Dim. ThrilUT Tho picture Is packed
full of them. Kltlnge is captured by
a enemy aeroplane, docs a loop-tlie-loop,
escapes in an auto disguised as
a woman with hostile planes drop-
.Old Reliable Farm F.lcctrlc l.tcht
, t'ltrnt manufacturers wants man
for' Klamath County. Will giro
c,-fc)uilYe territory rtnd furnish Hit
.of llvo prospects to right m'atr. Wo
bave the I'lant and ou can make
good money by caMlns on tlw
;rant.hers now for Tall cfellrery
Put a sample riant. on, your auto
mobile and cover fie Cpunty thor
oughly. Address car
HTAIIK I1WI4 50,,
188 Fourth St. rortlaad, OrrKot.
ping bombs all aroand him and lots
of other fun and frills.
lied" Is tho name of tho horse
that carries William Farnum safely
through tho most breath-taking tides
down steep mountain trails at top
speed in "The Orphan," his latest
Willam Fox picture, which Is coming
to the Liberty .Theatre on Friday
And "Red" is as temperamental as
it Is a well-known fact that music
la an accompaniment to tho making
of Far mini's scenes: but for hU
horse wctl, this Is what happened:
In oao sccno in "The Orphan" Ited
was supposed to stand perfectly still
wbllo The Orphan sauntered slowly
toward him. Hut fled, having done
several stunts that day, was keyed up
to concert pitch, and It didn't seem
fight to him to stand still when ap
parently tho stage was set for action.
Over and over Mr. Farnum and his
director, J. Gordon Kdwards, tried It,
but Rod Insisted on prancing.
j "Perhaps he wants some, music,
bo3," Mr. Farnum sild, Jokingly.
i "All tight." said the leidlng mu
sician, "wo'll give It to him," And
they l!d. To the amaiement of
over ojf flfi . Jftspjijdjd, perfectly.
j LVery norve In the animal becarno
tenre. Ills ears pricked forward. Ho
wan Immovable until tho last strains j place.
grandfather. Major C. V.. VVordon,
for 1'ortlaud, wluiro limy will visit
for several weeks. Tho party drove
by car to Ashland with llurgo Mason,
flr and from there they will take
tho train to Portland.
Charles B. Spldcll wan In town
yesterday from bis ranch In Moulow
A. Ruthorford was a county neat
visitor this morning from his ranch
In the Orlndale district.
Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Dunbar, ac
companied by their daughter, Kdna,
left this morning in their car for
Portland. Mrs. Chariot Mooro and
llttlo daughter, droro with thorn
In their car as far as Salem, whom
Mr. Moore and his mother will join
Mr and Mrs. Charles Ferguson,
who havo been attending the Hbrlne
contention and Rom. Festival In
Portland, aru expected home tho
flrst of tho week.
Dale Soule, son of Mrs U. H. Ilrat
ton, will return tonight from the
Ottcy lumber camp at Chlloquln,
where ha has been on a two wouks'
Miss Dolllo (I Ivans is a city visitor
from Illy today,
Mr. and Mrs D. P. Doik motorcO
In )esterdny from Onkvlllu, Califor
nia. Accompanying them wore Mrs
Klsa McMynn and F. Hobb They
left today for their ranch home at
Mr. and Mrs. J. M, O'llrlen and
family motored through )eterday on
their way to Cruler Liku On tholr
return they will apend a few diya
here before they leave.
Among the arrivals at tho White
Pelican hotel are A. K. Reams, a
prominent attorney from Medford,
and J A. Cutting from the mme
Last chance to see the great
est picture ever made in
"THE MIRACLE MAN"
Two Shows, 7 and 9
A picture every man, woman
and child should see
Now Rod Is treated with as much
deference for his quiet scenes as Is
Mr. Farnum, bis master,
FOUR PAY PINKH
Tho Danner-Patty Motor company,
Mcca .Motor company and O. B.
Smith wero each fined f 5 for leaving
their cars standing without light
after IS o'clock. Dave Kldler paid
IS for driving hut car with a 1919
WKDDfNO AT AIiOOMA
Fred Hagelsteln and Miss Irma
Woelk wera married at Algoma Mon
day by the Rev. Geo. B. Thiess of the
Grace Lutheran church. The marri
age, took place at the home of the
FOUND A bunch of keys at the
Bmoke. inqalre at the Smoke, l
IlKillKKT KTAD.nn PRODUCTIONS
Ti:itVIU.I(Jj;U it PATRICK, I'ltOPH,
A BIG DOUBLE BILL
Madge Kennedy in
This Is Goldtvyn Production and Is a Good Cleaa Drama
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which to mora Ms comedy drama alu two-reel comedy
"STARS AND STRIPES"
,e". RMnemberthb ism Double Show .
Comedy aUrU 7:16, "Tho Truth" at 7:40, Comedy at 9 p. m
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' VATUKB KVEBT Div
Mrs. W. n Wilson, of La Fnyntte.
Indiana, and Mrs. R V. Wltmark, of
Indlanaiiolls, Indiana, are registered
at the White Pelican hotel
M. Hazel Is a business visitor in
this city from flan Francisco.
Dr. K, D. Johnson has returned af
ter a visit of several days In San
N. D, iiwengo came In from Wood
last nljcbt on business and returned
to Weed this morning.
J. P. Katterleo drove Mrs. Ollvo
Sets and ber sister, Mrs. Kleiner, to
Rocky Point last evening where the
party stayed all night before continu
ing their journey to Crater Lake this
Mr.,-and Mrs. J. R. Houston, ac
companied by tholr daughter, Vera,
who has been attending the Univer
sity of Oregon, have returned homp
from Portland where they attended
the Rose Festival. Miss Houston
will assume her old posltlqn as clorlt
In tho county recorder's office during
Miss Lota Harvoy has takou tht
position at tho nig Uasln, left vacant
by tho resignation of Miss Dorothy
Mrs. Jewel Harlow, who has horn
In Han Francisco for tlio p.ii thrco
months, returned last night.
.'. A. MtCulley, usslstant loglnK
superintendent of tho W'ooJ Lumber
company, Is In town this week look
ing after company huslmmj
Frank Kuckllnsky, who hixi boon
employed as an engineer by llu statu
highway commission for thp pint few
months, loft this morning for Fall a
monto. Mr, nnd Mr p. Dornard Vtmslckte
and llttlo daughter, loft this morn
ing for San Francsco.
Mrs. Amanda Hamaker, who has
boon visiting her son, Roy Huma1;r,
In southern California, bat ralurnod
to hor hohie here.
Mrs, B. R'. Chandler, of Dorrls, anJ
Mrs. H, Logan, of Florida, havo been
In thia city for the put three dajv on
business. Ther left thl monjlng for;
where Mrs. Logan will make her as
We have it both autographic and non-autographic
in ail the sizes, carefully kept under propercondi
tions and ready for your Kodak.
Let our experts criticize your negatives they may
be able to help you make good pictures better.
BRING US YOUR FILMS FOR DEVELOPMENT
FINEST WORK 24 HOUR SERVICE
This store acts as the connecting link between you
and the biggest photographic organization in the
1 the En
Sastman Kodak Company
Kodaks from $949 up
( mdcrwoods Pharmaf Y
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
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Mrs W. H Neshltt and daughters.
Fay and Dorrls, of Clarkson, Arkan
sas, who havo been In this city on a
visit for tho last three days, loft this
morning for Dorrls, where they will
visit at tho homo of 8uth T. Cos for
Mrs. B O. Dcnrlng und son, Wal
ker loft this morning for Stockton,
California, whuni they will make
fMr. and Mrs. II. Tracy will leavo
In tho morning for Ran Francisco
whoro Mr. Tracy will tako back his
old job with tho Nathan Dswalt
company. He has been employed by
tho Ruldwln Hardware company.
Mr. and Mrs. HorbOTt K. West ar
rived here yesterday by auto from
Din Francisco They left again this
morning for Laknviow and from
there they will go to other northorn
California and Nevada points. Mr.
Woijt is a representative of tho Unit
ed Drug company, of Ronton, and
combines business with pleajiuro In
tin, Ira Orom wrs In town this
morning from the Orem ranch In tho
Wrs. Charles De Lap has returned
from Axbland whoro she has been
visiting her mother and father,
Judge and Mrs. J. II. Griffith.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Cornish and
tufs nnd Kfti I .a a Onrnlth litawsi vnnA
mmu mw wMimii .... nw.w .
to AshlantJ where thoy expoct to stay
until after tho Fourth
! BOURBONS ADOPT
WILSON LEAGUE PLANK
(Continued ftomjinge 1)
.plank In declaring strikes und lock'
j outs should not jeopardize tho pnra
mount puouc intercuts, inn naas a
statement of opposition to compuls
ory arbitration; favors readjustment
of saJarles of government employees.
' Suffrage Congratulates the legis
latures thut hnve ratified tho suffrago
amendment und urgea Democratic
"governors and legislatures of Ten
nessee, North Carolina and Florida to
complete tho ratification In tlmo for
women to vote this fall.
Women , In, ( Industry Declares
against child' labor; advocates in
creases of teachers' salaries; Urges
extension of vocational education;
bettor conditions for working women
and reclassification of civil eorvlco
with a view to equality of sexes; on
dorsos soparnto citltonshlp for mar-
Soldier compensation Advocates
generosity to disabled soldiers hut
declares against excessive bond Issuos
to pay compensation which would put
patriotism on a pecuniary basis.
Railroads Commends tlio federal
administration of Ihn railroads d ur
ine tho war, doctoring It was efficient
nnd economical despite Inadequate
and worn equipment; criticises thu
recently enactod transportation nrt
and says congress temporised until
so lato a date that tho president was
forced to algn tho bill or else throw
tho railroad altaatlon Into chaos.
Highways Favora continuation
of federnl aid in road building.
Inland waterways Calls Republi
can plank Inadequate nnd advocates
farther, development of adequate
transportation on rivers and further
Improvement of Inland wator ways.
ORKOON Friday, fatr in west;
fair and cooler In cast.
FOR ROCKY POINT
Ho, for Rocky Point- That Is tho
cry of Captain Calkins who hnx mndo
preparations to euro for tho big
Fourth of July rush to tho popular
resort on tho Upper Inke. In order
that thoso who wish to got nway
from tho city for tho longest tlmo
pOHslhlo, a boat will loavn tho land
ing Saturday ovonlnff at 8 o'clock.
This will land tourists nt Rocky
Point in tlmo for tho danco.a Tho reg
ular boat will leavo Sunday and Mon
day mornings at 8 o'clock. Ampto
arrangements havo been made to
tako caro of evoryono who wishes to
spend tho Fourth at the Point. It is
said that Ashing Is unusually find
this year and tho fact the vacation
ists have an opportunity of spending
two days away from the city means
that Mr. Trout Is golagto have a s?
prise handed to him during the next
THB PICK OP THB PIOTCRM
A NEW ONK KVKKT DAT
H. W. POOLK, Owner HARRY DORKL, Musical Director
A story that is exciting from start to finish is ,
. "AN ADVENTURESS"
and tho Krwit fouuilo IniiH'ixuiiulor, Mr. ,111111111 UUIiiko, 0 Ktar
If you havo novor seen Mr. IHtlnga you pliould' not iiiIhh this und
Hi oho who huvo mien him will only noed lit fear 11 whoro ho Is showing
and there Is no doubt of tholr prouoneu
OV OOUItCK YOU ARK (JOMINU TO 8KK
ffot our popalar dramatic star, WILLIAM FARNUM
plays the leading role
MATINHB BVKRY PAY