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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1920)
THE EVENING ffllUtfc PJMHATH FALL OftJGOW
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'eirTMTrfcrfci i m r
AT THE THEATERS
Tomorrow Mildred Harris Chaplin
will be teen In her latest First Na
tional I'rodiiriloti, "The Inferior
Hei," and till l it picture ever)
innii, woman and child, should ee,"t funds of the bank of which
and Judgo from Ita production which
Ik th Kiinirlor K. At II... Klar
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"The (Irorery Clfrk," fiuturlng
the fatiwiu l.arry tfemnn and mid tr
In- one of the bent ever made vtlll b(
nl own a a pclnl attnirtlun
Ileal football w pla)ed for the
i ..n)r.i nir uif
MOilurtlon of DatiKernu to Men "
to b hon at the l.lbert Tin utre
Innlghl, Hlth Vloln Dhiiii In th
toln. ' I
The wch cltle of Venice and
Hinta Mntilrn were placarded with
annnunci'inenl of the game, and lo
ml paper .carried tlorlva predicting
that the known rivalry lM-lwen 'P.i
mohl" and Venice would nuike the
game ltelf more than a tame eihlbl
Hon for the rnmera
The player did not stop oiiUlde
the camera line. n regular actor
do, but kept right on until each plov.
was finished, to I lie greut Joy of the
too spectator In the rrundiiand
Hertlon if rooter, well, cr-nlpped
with noise-makers, n gont mascot a
uniform) it baud, and a corps of
, cheer lender for tho rival schools
added genuine gridiron atmosphere
to Ui n affair On one occasion the
j rnme wns so excltlnc that one of th"-
' cameramen forgot to stop cranking
when tlm signal wn glen.
III "DllllKerou lo Men," the little
country girl. Mini. Is sent to n fasti-
, lonoblit "prep" school after the death
of her father This gamo I tho first
athletic ecnt she has ever seen
Viola Damt tnjojed tho contest on
location as though It nrtuall) were
her first game
"What Might Hav lit nil" with a
vengeance dwcrlbe that story of
'.Atonement," tho photoplay Htnrrinn
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Kx-I'resldntit . Itoosevelt
wax awkward and stupid
as a boy until ho Hiiddeuly
lUbCotru'd that ho could
not sen aV well n othur
Ho IuIIh iih that itJubsl'S
ihaugoil hs career.
Mont backward children
liuvo ilnfoctUo vyealnlit.
'"""NiPliny or girl cnn'do well
in hi hoot who cannot m'u
illHtlnUly. With unriiclly
filled kIiihhch nlilo out of
every tcMi.lniprovo Immodl
iitnly In school work.
Sureers In hcIiooI prom
In en Hiiccpiii In later 'life.
Hftvo your child's eyes ex
n in I ned at tho first Indica
tion of troublo. '
H. J. WINTERS
, JKWELBIt AND OPTIHAN
Phime HB-W 70
(Iruce Davlmui nnd t'ouwoy Tinrlv at ' county, ramp down with Sheriff
the Liberty Theatre Tuesday. I Humphrey yesterday with two prl-i
Tim pint of thin rather unique1 oner wanted here. Ho left this I
story la both unusual utid complex ' morning for fianlo Mnrln, Callfor
It tell of he trlbuliitlnn of a inun.jnla. to hike n man back to fiend. J
who tn nv hU brother from nnan ' Mrs Fred Webber and ion.
clal ruin and dUrrure iiiisaiiiironrlst-
wni1 c"hler When It U too late ho
' realllea that by bin actlnni he liBJli
wronged hla wlfo nnd child lieunilj Mra J I.. ColMg and daughter. """". me iaw naron von Ktern
reparatlon by bringing thim to pen- 'fleo. have pone to Grant laa '" 'or ycara Oerman ambai
ury and illigrace where they will vlult Mr. Colvlg'f au"or at Waihlngton. The boapaeas
Seeing that h hit unwittingly be- parent , liefore her marriage v. an Mia Lillian
comii enmehed In the lav., the hu-' Mm H Melhare and Mr. C, H. May Lanham of Loulivllle, Ky. She
bund iliopa from lght. In clothe
i being found ot the rher front, and It
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presuiiwu uini iih urau, onu ni-
' ,tr " 'h(,rt ,lmu "'"' "mrrl111 "'''
.f.irliear oi nippinex iniiow iur ner,
wJille n huband. dead to tie law,
lle like u lost spirit In the shadow
oi wie iiiiiierwuriu. ai him im- ii nr-
rested, hi Identity discovered, and
hi wife I now hailed lo the bar of
Just. en ii h u bigamist.
A powerful clfnax I reached and
the husband awakens for It has
bten u driani of warning.
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MKXICO CITY, July 8. (Ily Mall)
Smater Ou'llermo I.meaKo iK
rlnrea In n statement be has Just Kllli
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..,,.,... i,itfrw.ntioii In Mexlio
cry ,, w, ,, ,,horolt,.,i ,!
that thl sole factor In creating hate
lind distrust bit ween tho two poople
will disappear forever,"
Senator haxeaga ondeaor-i to In-
.Mexicans ine iiieui in
Auierlruiis, a one who formerly t
hv, , ,,, ,,,,,, HtntvH
i "I do not admit that American In
lerM'iitlonlrtH represent tho nutloual
'roiiKcleAco of the American people.
They represent only onb class, tho
jlMirlons capltullst. Tho honest and
couscleutlniiH nien who form the gov
ernment never admit Ibem to their
"Neither do 1 admit that tho
American Interventl. Hints cm de
rcho with their cnliimnles snd falsoj
iheorle tho laborious citizen of that
ri public. Tim American public Is
wry credulous, but It Iiijh been de
ceived so often, It has suffered so'
much from the miiKiiates of tho dol
lar that It known their mot hods, dis
trust: tlieju mid fear and repudiate
thoin. 1 hao nltolutt) faith In tlm
moral peixoiiulity of thu Amorliau
"J iiHsurt Hint Mexico, In the lust
1(1 )oarn of chll war, Iiiih niiido more
pnii;renH In LiiltlMitlui; chic spirit
and Iiiih cumeiiled It progrusd on
moro Holld Ii.ihcb than In all It pro
lmin year of existence m a nation
Naturally wo must wait long for tho
world to convince. Itnelf of thin but
truth and Justice, men tardily, al
wnyu triumph and will confound our
gratuitous detractors with tho mulu
dctlon of history.
"Wo Mexicans uro forming our
codes, working out our destiny as n
free nutlon. We are, naturally, mak
ing many errors. But do these just
ify oth'or nations, simply because
they are strong, tn trampling upon
our dignity as an Independent peo
ple, ln killing us? It this happens,
we can cry: "Might Is Right" arid
DeutohJ,nd Uber, Allies."
l.oul (I, Hoeck, of' Cincinnati,
Ohio, who has linen hero on a pleas
ure trli to (.'inter Lake, was a pas
senger on th morlng train (or Kan
Mr M. Palmer and daughter,
Ituth. loft thin morning (or Oaklanil,
California, for an Indefinite vfnlt
with relatives and friends. "
iJr iijid Mrs, Charles O, Coleman,
who have been on a pleasure trip to
Itocky I'olnt and Crater Luke, left
till mornltiK for their homo In Oak
Mrs. A K McKcnlf, who has
been visiting her parent at tholr
home In Illy, returned to her home
In Hoseburg thl morning.
Mr. anil Mr. B, II. Aihurit were
laxK( nKtTn on the morning train, the
formtr for n business trip to Ban
Fri.ncUco anil the litter, for' a visit
with relative at Ashland.
I Charles llall, a prominent Marsh
'field Imnker, and J. Albert Mation, a
' liimlirrTiinn from dins Ilav. are In
the city on business. They are
guests st the White Pelican.
Mr ii nil Mm It Qulnn nre here on
li ten da' pleasure trip lit Klam-i
lath' resort Mr. Qulnn U an officio! ;
'of the Angln-I'orls-Amerlcan bank of,
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Holier!, sheriff of Dejchutc.
fleorge, were passenger on the
morning train for Koine,
where they will vlalt with Mr. Web
Daggett Irft thin morning for Portxtate that he I In itraltened finan
land whre they will make
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in,,"'l month. u
i r mm .'. r.un jumhuuii nnu
(two children nre In thl city from Mt.
J Hebron and are stopping at the.
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You can clejHnd upon your Meld
lng Job if w do It. Our prlcitttnri
lower tfian others.--too, -Thc" a!
reason Howie (iirngo. 2C-tf'
JAPAN' II H t'NKMPI)Vi:D
TOKIO, June 23, (Ily Mull ) lln-
..mi.ln..! I. n t!,.. Inrr,... I.n
lThl ' '"" results of the
"---"" m.estlratlon Into the movo-l"'1
,n, " ry wrker.
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During May. 6C factories announc
ed the discharge of a total .uf'itl,fi0
When we weld an thing It stsy
welded. Ox-ncttcleno welding ls
our apvlnltr- Wo chargo less than
others for this work because we
hue the eiiulpment. tho "know
''Ow" and the ability to secure weld-
lng materials convenlully and at
pn Ou Au0- Witr.
Residue of Wood Pulp, '
Says Canadian Official
Itai-oncNH HMMk on Sta1nbui
That Canadians Boon will bo run
ning their automobiles on donatured
alcohol instead of gasoline Is the
prediction of Professor A. B, Mical
lura, administrative chairman ot the
honorary advlsery council tot scien
tific and Industrial researob.- He
says that Canada's pulp mills, by
utilising te sulphite liquor, could
supply 6,000,000 galloas annually.
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Amtrlcn.Brona WHo '
Will Strict HeWU. 3.
k r -,'
llanmrM Hpcc ton Htr.burK
Declaring that he never wlibei to
leae America again and that abe
wl" voii to nove her dtlzenahlp re-
tored, IlaroneiiH Speck von Btern
burg haa returned, to the United
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- "vn (
LLLLwLt "'1bbbb! '
clal clrcumtar.ce because berrlct
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...... nuiituj "u un.-u ui .no,
.b - glnrflng of the war by the alien
i'ipni; imiuuimi uuu inn ne iu
by the goernment.
OAKLAND. Cal., July. 26. Oak-
!,,,n1 ' ln holllIay ,tlr8 t0,1r f0r the
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-housand. of other visitor. In
honor of the Klr$l Nn-lona Exhibit-
ors field day at the Oakland base-
uur ui ic rni niiun.i uuiuh-
"e,a ay al no u-anu ""-
para, .Major jorjn l.. ii ies
bus proclaimed today a civic holiday,
probably the first time In history
whvn a city has officially tuken a
holiday In honcr of the creators of
the motion picture drama. The most
famous star of tho Hollywood film
colony, two score or more, uro In i
California railroads, chamber of
Howlo Carage. commerce,-ah ciuo, 4Mcrcnanis- ex-2c-tf
chuiige 'Better luslness bureau.
T j r
Mutual Business club hne all joined
hat. ! ln-inakln'c Hla First National
field dhy4he biggest holiday celebra-1
,,on e1,vr heUI on ,l10 VacWc slope."
oj'i-iim VAtuisiuu (iiauiB niu urillK
visitor to Oakland from all oer tho
state, 'and word from I.os Angeles
Indlcute that Hollywood will be do-,
ecrtedjfor tho day.
Trestden,! Cal Kwiiig.,of the Oak
land BaVebullJrtub, has 'turned ovur
his plapt to The" field-day manage
ment arif'wlll stage u bill gaiho be
tween the. visiting staj-a and thu
Oaks. J,' - '
NolcipTLo ., First National Ex
lilbltoriT circuit Is an 'association,
coipKd-of theater owners only,
who prodbtu their own pictures with
ttiolrwn stars for houses controlled
by their members. ThdTlnslgnI.i ot
tho KlrNtrNntlonnl exhibitors' is ro
gardciV.iW iissuranco otmerlt by all
patron of tho movies. Terwilllgor
& I'.itr(lok; of lhs cjty aro mombcrs
of tlm circuit.
BRAZIL EXPECTS 23
MILLION IN CENSUS
niO I)E JANi:iUO. Juno 29. (Ily
Mull ) Thousands of workers nro
now engaged in toklng what la said
will bo tho most coinnleto census
'Brazil has over bud. Official statis
tics at tho present tlnio give tho pop
ulation of Bratil as approximately
23,000,000 by Dr. Carvalho, the director-general
ot statistics, told' the
Associated Press that these figures
are much too low, Illo de Janeiro
although credited w'Jth 900,000 pop
ulation really has more than 1,000,
000, ke says. "--- '"
MoUskhs'ls Utt the akin of -the
mole, tut a strong cottoa fabric with
smecib rfce.,Jlbe the mole-skin.
BAKRITE BKEAD I
THE REX CAFE
IS NOW READY T.O RETAIL
BREAD, PIES, 'FRENCH PASTRY
AND ALL OTHER HIGH CLASS
PASTRIES TO THE PUBLIC. - ON
SALE AT THE.MAZE CONFECTION
ERY STORE, PALACE MEAT. M AR
RET, THE REX CAFE.
THE REX CAFE
MANY NEW THEATERS
BUILDING IN N. Y.
NEW YOflK, July i. Millions
are being rpent fcr new playhouse
to Insure New Yorker ample amuse-
ment this winter, although flat
builders cannot get loans for bousing
the maptes of the metropolitan dls-
, .... t .
i nis wa reveaieu louay wnen a
survey was, made of the rush of the-
, aier 'ConsiruciioBS, wnicn uisciosea
thatfi-fiS.vuu.UUU wortb of new
amusement house 'wre under way.
Many of the new playhsuses are
wiping out old flat and dwellings
urgently needed for homes, social
welfare Investigators declare, and as
a result the housing shortage Is be-
icomtng more acute.
The theater builders assert that
the Immense sums pouring Into
places of amusempnt are Justified as
the new construction guarantees
them a profitable return on the In-
theaters-In the gre
In the entire met
are 600 running
ineuiera-in toe greater city ana 50
in me entire metropolitan district.
eignt jew theaters costing more, than
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Wednesday Evening, July 28, 1920
White Pelican Hotel.
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Acre-Times Square district, three la
Greenwich village, (oar large house
and a score of smaller theaters In the
Bronx, three In Washington heights
and five in Brooklyn.
There are now 115 theaters oper
ating In Brooklyn.
BUENOS AIRES, June 28. (By
Mall.) The use of gliders for trans
porting passengers and mall on some
of the swift and .shallow rivers ot
Argentina may result from a trial
undertaken on the authority of the
Minister of Public Works. On the
trial trip Just made on the' Bermejo
River It was shown that a .passage
which commonly occupies 10 to IS
days by the ordinary steimer could
be made regularly with a glider 1b
about 10 hours providing no stops
were made. These glider are a
French Invention making use of the
flying principle for navigation on the
surface of rivers. The plan Is to Im
port part's and manufacture the ma
chines Mn this country.
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