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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
PERSONAL MENTION I
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
"The Greatest Question"
Sunday and Monday
A drama of the way of destiny with "juit folk"
Lillian Gish. Robert Harron and the Griffith Players
Plain human beings fighting the buttles of life in their
own way. Picturing their virtues and frailties so graph
ically that you will laugh and cry with them hate and
love with them as your emotions react to Griffith's mas
terly interpretation of humanity's greatest question.
and as you see the characters struggling on sometimes
fighting the current of life, sometimes mounting the crest
of a wave of success, sometimes helplessly drifting or
hurled against a catastrophe that wrecks a life you'll
marvel with Griffith at the greatest question in life.
CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY STARTING AT 1:30
AT THE THEATERS T
W'nnilu llawley haa proven con
clusively Hint ahnahaa that Indofln
nblii something Hint gains nm! hofdi
the public favor. j
Until Imr voice failed, ahn gavo
promlao of becoming a succoHSftil
concert artUt. Further work In mit
Ic being Impossible alio entered
moving pictures as a leading womsa.
Huch has been her popularity that
flftalnal liaa niniln tinr a afar, t f.
lleautlful, with a smiling beiityi
that tuakra nil who are her hn.py.lnrn wtd.od to tho tlpa. and theao
tho personality of Wanda llawley BCt . , ,mrnchutea, cabling tho
haa Impressed Itself Indelibly uinifro)e ,0 cnp from ,hn 0(tPBt trooa
tho thousand who are delighted with ,, aeeuA , ln 0Br,M Krndunlly.
bir work. To supplement her charm I
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gifted .cire... winning high dramatic
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Cnn't Havo Kvoryllilng." Kor Hotter
or for Worse," and "Old wives for
Light comedy haa alwnya seen
hor at her brat. It la In happy nnd
laughable rolea that Mini llawley la
altogether Irrealatlblo. Such a part la
ib offorod In "Mlaa llobba," hor Drat
Roalart atnrrlnic vohlclo. Aa a man
haling, fad-loving, aupor-fumlnlat,
ho la altogether laughable In her
attompta to oacapo tho wlloa of Dan
Cupid, and to aid hor femlnlno
frlonda to "break off their ahncklea."
Of courao but hero wo won't spoil
tho story, which will bo unfolded In
plcturea at tho Liberty theater to
night. ' Tho unselfish relinquishment of
tbti grenteat hope n man haa, almply
bocausuho will not let hla own lovo
poll tho romnnco of hla dearest
friend, glveH a Iremcndoua heart ap
peal to "Ovurlnnd lied," starring
Harry Carey, which cornea to tho
Liberty thonter on Sunday.
Tho picture la repleto with tho
thrill, tho excitement, and tho beauty
of doaort life In Weatorn America.
Thoro la tho aumo apoctaculnr horao
mnnahlp, tho lightning gun piny nnd
tho droll humor that haa character
liod Harry Carey's formor plcturea.
Overland Hod, playod by tho atnr
hlmaolt, and Colllo, a boy ho has bo
frlondod, discover tho location of a
valuable mlno. They nro only
tramps. A dlahonost ahorlff tries to
get the Information from them.
'A girl comos Into their llvos, aglrl
General Insurance, InvratmenU
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KLAMATH FALLS, ORB.
Mary E. Ball ,
Miss Mary E. Ball will open a play school, modern
methods, modern aparatus, properly supervised edu
cational play for all 'children of pre-scnool age.
PHONE 114-W OR CALL 124 JEFFERSON
with whom Colllo rails In love, lied
does too, hut ho nor or lets on. for he
would not tnnr thn happiness of hla
friend and tlio Klrl.
Thnro la a atlrrlnic climax to tho
picture when Hod avenges thn das
tardly act of tho ahorllt who haa ahnt
Collie In tho back. Tho aubtolty with
which Itcd'a flnnl ancrlflca la brought
out glvca a tender conclusion to the
Onn of the moat Interesting mom-
bcra of the animal kingdom la tho
flying frog of llornro. Ita lone toea
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blind masseur na he walka alone, an-
nounclng himself with hla peculiar
whistle, In soarrh of work, which he
ran alwnya find In plenty.
A classified Ad wilt sell It.
In thn County Court of the Stato
of Oregon for Klamath Connty.
In tho Matter of tho Batata af
Clcorgo C. Mltcholl, Deceased.
To J. C. Mitchell. lion C. Mltcholl,
Oeno Lommon, J. II. Mitchell, Fledn
Morgan, Mary Ann Pltnoy, Inns Flan
agan, Myrta McKadden and A. M.
Collier, guardian ad litem of Oarrl
son Claude Mitchell, a Minor.
Qrootlng, In tho Nanio of tho 8tato
You and each of you aro horoby
cited to appear In tho Court Room
of tho abovo entitled court at tho
County Court House at Klamath
Falls, Klamath County. Oregon, at 2
o'clock p. in. on Soptcmbor 18, 1920,
nt tho Beptombor term of thla Court,
1020, not leaa than ton days after tho
orvlro of this citation upon you, to
how cause, It any oxlat, why this
court should not mnko an ordor to
soil, as prayed for In tho petition,
rued norein, licensing nnd empower
ing Leslie Rogora, Administrator
with tho will annexed of tho said
estato, to soil at private salo, upon
tno terms prcacriboa by the Court,
tho following tloiicrlbed lands and
real ostnto, to wit:
Lot 4 In Dlock 84, In Klamath Ad
dltlon to Klamath Falls, Oregon, ac
cording to tho duly recorded plat
thoreot on fllo In tho otflco of tho
coanty clork for Klamath County,
Oregon, togothor with tho tonomonts,
hereditaments, and appurtenances
thereto belonging or In any wise ap
pertaining. This citation Is Issued pursuant to
an ordor of the abovo entitled Court
made and entered In the above en
titled estate and matter on the 7th
day of August. 1920. . ,
O. R. DeLAP,
(SEAL) County Clerk.
Mr. and Mra. Knrl Whltlortc will
leave tomorrow by nutornobllo for
Portland, They will bo gone for a
counln of weeks, attending before
their rot urn tho convention of Htuto
undertakers, which moots In Cort
land Hoptember 0, 7 and 8.
W. It. Hook has rot urn ed from
a two months nutornobllo trip. Moat
of tho two months was spent In Mast
er n Oregon, and on tho return Mr.
IUok crossed the divide toward Fort
Klamath. It was whllo traveling
Jlils country that tho greatest pros
perity was seen, said Mr. Hook, but
he says that It ferls mighty flno to
bo back onco more.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Acklny, John
J. Foster and Judgo A. L. !nvltt
left at four o'clock this morning with
their flvu gallon cans and camp out
fit, for tho Dig lltickloberry moun
tain. They expect to bo gono for
Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Ilalley and
Mra. Unlloy'a children, Lucllo anA
(loorao Hhermnn. aro back from a
two months nutornobllo trip to Now
York and other pastern states.
Mr. and Mra. K. I'. Lawronco and
family have returned homo from a
four days camping trip at Iluck Lake
whoro they went for huckleberries.
They brought back a fair supply but
(they report that there Is not an ex-
ceaalvo amount of berrlos there. Mr.
and Mrs. Carlylo Yaden and family
returned with tho Lawrences as It
was loo rainy and wet for good
camping. They havo been thoro for
more than a month.
inn t-ratara. whn waa Inlured
about a month ago by being crushed
by a falling horse, and who has been
In tho boipltal since that time, Is
now hl to bn nut and expneta to
be discharged from tho hospital In
about two days.
Joiopli V. Cardoza has purchased
an Interest In the Cllt Kdge Cream
ory at Hagand and Main streets. It
la tho Intention of tho present op
orators to cnlorgo tho business nnd
nut In larger machinery. Mr. Car-
dota haa been hero slnco March and
has been operating tho "Quick Sorv-
Mrs. A. J. Lowdonbaugh, who has
boon here visiting hor daughters,
Mrs. Harry Richardson and Mrs. K.
McCotlum, returned to her home
In Montague this morning.
Homer (inrlch ajid Karl Hilton
left this morning for Corning, Cali
fornia, where they plan on spending
Mlaa Kmmn Krcno of Kugcno loft
on the train this morning after a vl-
alt of several day with Laura Hlom-
Mrs. C. Ilowmnn wna In town on a
shopping tour yesterdoy from her
homo nt Chllnuuln.
1). M. McLemoro left thla morning
for Oakland, after a short business
visit In Klnmnth county.
C. W. Walton la In town today from
I), dray arrived last night from Bin
ranclsco, and la stopping nt tho
Whlto Pelican hotel.
L. Wlllnrd and wife aro In Klnmnth
for a abort tlmo from their bonus nt
Miss Alice Peel, who has been vis
iting with Mrs. II. C. Tolford during
tho summer, returned yesterday to
hor homo In Grants Pass.
W. O. West of tho Klamath Agency
Is In town toduy on matters of busi
T. M. Cummlnghnm was In town
this morning from his ranch nt Pine
Orovo on mntte'rs of business.
Lucllo Rcckley and Ruby Smith
loft on the stage this morning for
Medford whero they will spond sov
oral days with friends.
Miss Dorothy Oray Is spending tho
summer with her parents at Oruy's
Harbor. Sho spent tho wlntor and
part of tho spring In San Francisco,
I. J. Straw Is back from Marshtluld
whero ho was called by tho Illness
and death of his brother, tho lato
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Low aro moving
Into their new homo on Conger ave
nue this week. They purchased the
houso from Mr. and Mrs. Carl Adams.
Mrs. E. T. Olvan and Mrs. Loy
Thomnklns of Dly are in tho city to
spend the week end with friends.
In China the tea-fields are of small
extent, and, since no feeling of asso
ciation exists and routine dominates
loverythlng, the- processes or culture
and preparation of tea are still of the
most primitive character and havo
hardly changed for centuries.
Pearls are the sopst popular of oil
gems among the native women of
India and Arabia, and it is seldom
that any one of any social position
la soon without pearl ornaments of
some kind, either finger rings, ear
rings, or rings for tho nose, 'the
wrists, and even the feet.
A' CUaalfled As wlU sell It.
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Just as" "pickup" and "pep" are considerations when buying an automobile
the "Pedal Touch" is very important when, selecting a Player-Piano. ,
Pedal Touch with the Gulbransen is so easy that we challenge comparisons
with other Standard Makes costing a thousand dollars and up.
May we show you one of the following models?
COUNTRY SEAT 9ff0.00
WHITE HOUSE $750.00
DAVK WILLIAMS IN
"OLK, THE SWKUK'1
i Tho possibilities for comedy ap
pear to bo groat In any play based
on tho Idea of a Swcdo who has late-
ly come to this country, and who
finds hlra8olt confronted with many
new and perplexing situations.
When a character like Ole is pre
sented on the stage It is a very easy
matter to exaggerate and overdo It
in order to gain laughs; but no such
mistake Is mde by Dave 'Williams
when he presents the Swedish char
acter, He, never tor one moment
departs front the true to life Idea,
and the result Is a funny play with
no low comedy to mar the plausibil
ity. Yes, It haa a plot, thero Is a vll
llan, a will, a government detective
sleuthing around, and several other
excellent parts, but they are often
forgotten In the contagion of Ole'a
side-splitting mistakes and the ridic
ulously funny situations in which he
The public loves to laugh and they
art Mitaialy granted" their desire
Price Branded in Back.
Convenient Terms' '
An Exclusive Music House
GOriMain St, Klamath Falls
when they see Dave Williams play
Ole tho Swede at the Houston opera
houso on Monday, August 30th. Re
sen cd scats on sale at the opera
, Mole's Marvsloue Appetite.
Incredible stories are told of the
mole's appetite,. andjlder to see
If there was anything In ein (writes
an English correspondent), I tried an
experiment. My mole 4 matronly
lady weighed three and half ounces.
Each Item of food that she waa given
was carefully welched, and here la her
record between 0 a. m. and noen:
One frog, three slugs, twenty-four
earthworms, a pleco of raw mutton,
nmlan bit of cheese, a total of Just
over four ounceri! Soriie delay follow
ed, ns my" stock of weighed food was
exhaust. Probably by .the time I
bad replenished It she thought It was
time for a fresh meal, for she went
at It ngaln'wlth no vltlblo damage to
her nppctlte, nnd before threo o'clock
she hud jot through another three
ounces, mostly earthworms' this time.
That "wis t'wlco her own weight In
food In six hours. After this display
I pui' up tho attempt to measure her
r i and monkeys alone, or all the
animal world, possess parallel and
convergent vision of the two eyes.
Tlio average man will die for want
Of air latlve mlnutea.for. want of
water In ejweek, for waaf sleep In
10 days, i . 'fj'l
A classified Ad will sell it.
LOCAIj FORD AGENCYOET8
K. II. Banner returned from Port
land after signing a 'new contract,
which iSjfrpetual. The present con
tract signing 'of all dealers In Port
land wob necessary since the Ford
Motor Co, havo the Fordson distri
bution In connection with the for
Tint allotment for the Danner-Pat-ty
Motor Co. for 1981 Is 240 cars,
wnl"!i are divided In the following
modeln: Tourings, roadster, se
dans,! coupes, and trucks. The trac
tor allotment' Is 49 tractor' for the
same period. ,
Tho territory covered by this firm
- - - -
comprises Klamath Ageacy and Fort
Klamath on the .north, and all ot
Klamath county Including llalln on
the south, and Is considered the best
territory east of the Cascade moun
tains, by the Ford Motor Co. branch'
manager. Mr. SteUwagen.Te best
testimony to tha belief ls be fact
that he has visited thla territory per
sonally and thlaka.lt'lM 'wonder
ful future, Increasing our,, car allot
ment accordingly. ' . I, ' ''
The -last year's allotment allowed
a Ford car to every 14 people In the
territsjfx. aad the tiisi Wljan aver
age of 25 orders on tjlqj throughout
the year. The' prerfesit'rcwract Is
on a basis ot one Ford car to every
40 souls, and wllj assist' greatly In
making more prompt deliveries,
Tho tractor estimate last; year was
22 and many farmers' made jurchas
eg of Fordaons nnd eiulDmeai. which
I proves the popularity of pqwer farm
ing and Its rapid growth. Danner
Patty Motor Co. laeryoptlmlstlc
over tho future aufo'm'bolje'bualness
In their line. They report the bank
ers encouraging powor. farming.
They seem pleased to hear -a pros
pect state his poal,libi, aad always
make suggestions that aro beneficial
realising that wo mVsf increase pro
duction for home consumption it we,
as a nation, are to keep bur , place In
the sun. i '
The best evidence jDi:tkqmecesslty
of motor transportation Was) , noticed
by the falling off' of 'all busi
ness during our recent' gasollne
shortage, whlcsu reminds ' ius that
America Is motorlted.- " )
The automobile llkea telephone,
is a necessity, aad of. lijfeollsh to
attempt to say wan1ihejr are used
for pleasure or for business.
Locally, with "the present crops
harvested, we will have afera mfeney
than ever, owing to bumper crops
and prices, and In a aport while the
election will be settled1 satisfactorily.
Then we will again settle down to
enjoy real prosperity, ' , J,i. ,
Why not all have tie) bptlralstlo
view that this dealer enjoys. Adv.
Two complete matinees every af
ternoon at the Liberty, , starting at
1:30 and 3:30. t$ i