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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OEIGOH
nkrVKDAT, JULY M, IMP 1
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
D. W. Griffith's sensational picture
"THE MOTHER AND THE LAW"
To appreciate it you must nee it
A Dramatic Tliuniterlmlt.
Laugh, Thrill anil Huapenao,
A atory of today founded on flirt.
Produced Personally by David Wark Urlfflth.
Th tremendou human tory of a typlral Atnnrtcan family.
-A powerful Indictment agalnal falmi "Charity-Workers" and those
misguided kill-joys who poae as "Upllfters."
A manly American boy, bncauso of a crime hn did not commit, In
aved by love from paylnic the extreme penalty of tho law
A faithful little mother In brutally robbed of her baby becauao
circumstantial' vvldtnre, la employed to provo neglect.
A rushing automobile 'race with death to catch thn Uovernor'a
train, A contciMif apecd between lovo and the law,
Had truth and Justice prevailed, The Hoy and The Utile Dear One
would not have raaen caught In a maelstrom of misfortune.
la rlrcumalantlal nvldenro right T Who tan nay? Aro cxlatlng
nodal condition Intolerant? Who shall answer?
The earth seemed to quake. The aim la dimmed. Htiira fall to the
F.arth The moon loae Its limlro, It la thu luat hour, Hut love
The tear that flow through a puaalonate buttle with lift are kissed
away by love anil hupplneaa and u buby.
"I ronalder It tho work of a maater who ha produced, with head
and heart, anmeihliig that wilt reach the heart and cnnaclencea
of nil men and women " Itulihl laudore Myers.
- "A rvally ainailtigpleco of work, Inherently ureal " David Hfarr
Jordan, Inland Stanford t'nheralty
'ou marvel at the techtiliuie of It and you marvel allll more at
the sustained Inaplrntlnn And 6u know thai no ouu but David
Wark (Irirfllh could lumt dune It " l,oa Angeles Time.
"The Mother and thn Law" la uvaeiilid by a typl' al (Irlfflth
rompuny of dlatlngillalied pln)era, liiiludlng Mae Murah, Itobvrt
llarron, Miriam Cooper, llalph l.ewls, Waller Long, Vera Lewi.
Alberta l.e, Margaret Marab, Tod Drowning and J. V. McCluru.
CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY
Shows start at 1:30, 3:30, 5, 7 and 9 o'clock
Special Matinee Monday at 2:30
o c i e'ty
Krlenila of Mlai Anna ilackltttd
entertained for her Krldoy nighty at
light o'clock, with a kitchen ahowor.
Thn party waa at the home of Mfas
Until Mndsey, aponaorcd by Mlaa
Mndsey and Mlaa Mylor Calkin. 'AN
ter the glfta had been presented In a
novel manner, dainty refreshment!
were aerved. .
Mlaa llackland, who la to be mar
ried aoou, haa kept the exact date a
secret, but there Is a rumor to the
effect that the event will take place
Tboae preaent at the ihower were:
Mlaaea Klllnor Terrey, Myler Cal
klna, Lorraine I'eck, (leraldlne Watt,
Ellen McVeigh, Kathcr llalnea, Vera
Thompaon, Joaephlne Mcl.aln, Thel
ma (llbaon, (Irace lloagland, Uene
I'crry and lluth Dixon. 4
Parmer In the Itound lakedls
Irlct are giving a benefit for the. pur
poae of purchaalng n new belt r for
their school bouae, In tho form of an
Ice cream social, Hunday. Tho party
will be held at the home of Cheater
De I. tip In the Hound Lake grove.
Any one who dealrea a pleasant
drive Hunday la promlaed a line af.
(moon by the Itound Lake hostes-
Mra. H K. Martin entertained at a
delightful luncheon Wednesday
noun, nurturing her diugnter, vera'
Thu table waa very beautifully
dirornted with pink roaea, and the
candh on the largo birthday cake
carried out the color acheme In pink.
Tl... ..i........ . ,til i.,t.ilfiti WNfO '
Tli.) MlM.a Helen and Thlrxa. Ander- SEWING CLUBS HOLD
Good Pianos of Character
Each year we are strengthening our line of pianos by adding
old Standard Advertised Makes and our present agencies could
easily satisfy the demands of the largest city dealer.
The Knabe. considered by many "The World's Best Piano," is
our leader while the Celebrated Packard, Lyon & Healy, Fischer,
Behning, Adam Schaff and the dainty sweet toned Cable-Nelson
pianos round out a line of which we are proud. r
The Knabe Ampico Electric Reproducing Player-Pianp is one
of the two World's Best, while the Autopiano Player is the choice
of the U. S. Army and Navy and The Gulbransen Nationally
Priced, Nationally Advertised Player is Easy to Play, Easy to Buy
and the greatest Value in America today. '
, These Great Agencies were not "just offered to us" but are the
result of Fifty-five years' hard work, one business in the same
family and lastly are purchased by us for cash only, direct from the
Eastern Factories the same as the largest firms on the Coast.
We believe that if it is a piano you need and you are a Wise
Buyer you will instinctively think of us and our fair priced Stan
dard Instruments. ,
Earl Shepherd Co.
One Business, Over 50 .Years, in One Family
507 Main Street Phone 282 J Klamath Falls, Ore.
aon, of Merrill, Kllxabcth Itameby,
Vet da Caxail, Joule Low, Marie Ham-
Mela Chaatuln. Karl Montgom-
'try. Dorothea .Martin, .tiarun nana
'by, and the honor gueat.
' At a hiirprlae dinner Thursday
j evening, Mr. Frank II. Robinson'
,blrthda) was.llttlngly celebrated by
'her friend and family.
Special Sunday Dinner, $1.00
Cream of Chicken. With Idea
, I.Wtuci and Tomato, With French Dreaalng
Sardine In Oil
Frttil SprliiK Chicken, Country Ktle
Chicken Frlcnaai-e. Willi Noodle
., Hoaat Leg of Cora, With Apple Haute
""'Cl.tilco of Aaiorted l'lea, Vanilla leu Cream
A very aucceaaful meeting of the
Spring Lake, Henley and Summer
atandard aewlng club wa held at
the Dlmmltt ranch yesterday. Mlaa
Fannie Virgil, home economic teach
er in the Klamath Fall grade; Mlaa
'Twvln Head, countv auDcrlntendont.
waa pretty In pink roic,nm. ,. k ,,.,, ,oun.v dub lead. ?
. . . ,w
'it. wer tirekent at tbe meetlne. I
for nwlve The Hev. and Mr. K. I A AWay of tho ncodIo worU done.
I" Lawrence. Dr. (I. A. Ma(oy.l... .,. , ,., ,.!
i V lur Ilirtliuvin nB vauiiiiiivu fj
Mlaaea Margaret WoiJen. Msrjonru,, v ubo pronouncc(1 lt ex.
1..1..II Ill.ln. liv .. ..'
ieiiru, v ,..,.. uln..., ...,-... .. ., ... ,,, .rt raV wure
aerved by Mr. Dlmmltt. The lot
lowing member were prent: Llnle
Dlmmltt. Hattte North, Delia Short,
Opal Arant, France Short, Dorrl
Lloyd, Neva Dlmmltt, Blanche Short,
Annie Trink, Irene FoUom, Ethel
Iealtt: Arthur Leavltt and Mr
'itoblnaon'a partnta, Mr. and Mr. A.
I Mr and Mra. Lealln Itoger and
tamllv ate taking their guot. Mr
;iM. Anderaon and dauKhtcr. Claire, of gchrencr Eya Btei Nornla 8lMi
. unaian.1 va.iiornia. .i.r. am.. r.. rl)(a . LJoy(J Mnran
, I.IIgieuriKm unii-uauRun.'i, "'
I'attcrcon and Stella Schrelncr.
'Inn in,l Mlr Wlnnlfmil. Who lire
I here from New York, on a week-end
i Picnic in Clover Creek. Tho party I The ndxt President will be Inaug-
will leae today and expect to be 'urnted on a Frlda).
back analn Hunday nftornoonc v I
JR I I The topaz derives llH name from
, A trip to Crater Lake ha' been 'Topnioa. an UUnd In thu Ued .Sea.
planned for Sund by Mr and Mra.
8 IJ Man'n with their daUKhter PltOI'KSSOU CASSIS ItHAXXAX
,Vu ami Dorothe.i. Mr and Mra. C '
M HnniKby and family and Mia Mln- (Founder of Pomona College School
nlu llarnum. v , oi .muhici ,t
610 MAIN ST.
I Announces that ho will Instruct
ttudenta at their own homes on,
infringed Instruments and piano, us-
,lng standard methods. Through.
ATTENTION W. p, W.
Member of Kwauna Camp arc rn- phoff.
jtake part In the funeral cercimm) of
jour Into neighbor, William II. Pie-
tiiueated to aemblu at the Whltlnck
J chapeir corner Pine and HUth atreet.i
1 1 jxi saw
lly order of thu conaul commander
TRAPPER WIELDS GUN;
RIII ! FTFS QO WILD '"ft' jenrs of apeclallilng as teacher',
DULLiiiiwuw """ of advanced students of violin and.i
.... . .c, - lothcr stringed Instruments and hav-
MKDFOIID, July 24. JuatTioforc'nK bl.cn Concert vollnlt In ten for
the prvllmlnary hearing of Jnr.ioa'olKn lands, he Is ably equipped fo
Murphy, well-known southern Ore-(teaching, from the beginner to the
gon triu-per. on the charge of tMx $' XqCl wlth em.
two shots from n revolver at O. ii.'nont European mnstors at Liege and
Ilurdlck. atorekeener at Union creek Colegne: among them wore Oils-
at 4 o'clock, to;
A Classified Ad will anil It.
The Rex Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner $1.25
Crab Flake Cocktail
Chicken Okra, Willi Hlco
p Dolled Chlckn'n Halibut
1 .; s.t
.. Dill Pickles
'.' a Am ' '
: ' vfr&: awa w
chlfilirh1 Frlcasseb. Ilex Stylo
iHI ' Hoiisl Domestic Duck, Applo Sauco
Fried Sweet .Dread, a iainryiana " -
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VKGKTAULKH v ... -
2 itfi .Creara, Whipped Potato- ' Qarden PeaaJ
In the Crater lake Bectlon, during an
iiilturcatlon between the two lat, Fri
day, Ilurdlck was brought Into court
'by Fish and Game Warden bailey,
Inhimi h nleailed Eutlty to having
beaver furs In his possession and v. as
ifined 1100 and costs. Murphy
waived examination n tho hearing
'and was bound over to1-tho grand
.Jury In JGOO ball, which ho waa un-
iiblv to furnish,
j Tho trouhla Is said to have, grown
out of llurdlck's having niailo a trip
I to KnusaH City recently lo soil tho
beaver skins which ho and Murphy
had trapped or collected. Aftor Mur
phy fired the two shotH, which
mlifeed and was trying to shoot again,
Ilurdlck hurled n woodon mallet at
thu trnpper which broke four of hU
ribs. Murphy fled and Sheriff Ter
rell and deputies wcro two days and
nights In hunting him down In the
rough mountuin country.
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DAIUV WOLX IX HOSPITAIi
Mrs. U. D. Parks of Dairy, under
went an operation at the arren
Hunt hospital yesterday - Tho -patient
is the wife of one ..of the part
ners In the Parks Bros. Lumber com
pany .' . ' if
-. Baryl Oros8ld'tf Pel
'lad HawajrdvD.f8oUn'de'of Klstaslh
... 1' .'.- - i v . 4.-
ruua wars alio Dpvraneo mi
tave Hollaender and Cssar Thomson
If Interested phone No. 2SSJ, J.
W. Bryant's residence 24
COLE AERO 8
The Balanced to Zero Car
One to 80 miles in high gear. Power, Speed
and Durability equipment includes Power
driven tire pump, trouble light, Motometer,
shock absorbers and wire wheels with Cord
Tires all around. We have two new ones in
stock. Call and look them over.
- The Minute-Man Six
Continental Red Seal Motor, Borg and Beck
clutch, Tire pump driveji from transmission,
trouble light, Cord tires andonly one grease
cup on the whole car. The hills just flatten
out when the Lexington shows up. We have
new ones in stock for your?inBpection.
C. L McWilliams
36 Main St.
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AS A TWO-FISTED, QUICK-SHOOTING,
MAN'S MAN, IN THE 100 AMERICAN
DRAMA OF ADVENTURE, MYSTERY
Six Feet Four"
IN SIX PARTS WITH 100 THRILLS
. PER PART '
WILL BE PLAYED AT THE
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"This is the bestf Western picture I ever saw." H. W. Poole.
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