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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1920)
THE 1VEN1NG HERALD. KLAMATH FA"f ,
' i RYAN I WA3BUR in
. ATHE SIX BEST CELLARS"
' aad i& a laugh from start to finish
A Sparkling Cup of Cheer tor "Pro.." "Antls." ami All
wt.nMta-nnni.i vTnkn It or Leave It Alone." Wanda
Hawler and Jdlla Faro In the Cast. llryant Washburn
in the funniest Hole of His Life.
OLIVE THOMAS in v
. YOUTHFUL FOLLY "
A powerful drama photographed in the Beautiful Natural
IfacagrouQaB u las ouuu; nu
AT Tftf THEATERS j
The sew BmustWaahburn picture.
"TheSU Jliit OWlari. which U
at the Star'Theatre tonight, it up-to
the minute a Uosno. It treaU hum
orously r ftceWiUs). The original
story waa WrllfQrthr THall and
Mr. WsJkr kas the role ot
Henry Carpirf ' sa'tpbcr ot an ex
elusive fit, t , .young married
couple. WW ' prlae it their well
stocked 'etWhty Howry nwa short
Just on, UpfXtTft, .r b, party "
which he '-, Receiving- word
from kin ip'fla. a staunch
Prohibition. tMC sereral cased ot
Uquor-tatfm otorod la Iter cellar
Rejubettij to destroy them. Htary
remove WriiH at t0 nla "
house. sW'ttfcVWft ojesaeat he dis
cover taat IM , Are empty.
Tp on M & dhuer. 'he
Uaathea'ail)si speech agalBst
King dlHHss.a Mt,?twhlhltla el
mint la tka UM'lMnM him and
wants! wUsVlW'Congress. JMt,!??" complaining too fflich.
wort n fri tOM'Aunt ofaaoth-,' F. w McManus and family
e store'' o'eeovered In her Klamath Tails were callera at J
cellar." Tie Ujto the bottles are. Bailey's Sunday,
full." Whaf fciHftrytodor Become!
.... . r - ?m. r.. -" . D1VORCK CRA XTKD
SHASTA MEW NOTES
Henry Voaa and wife visited at Den
Daniels' home Thursday last
H. E. Wilson has moved his family
from their homestead to the alfalfa
ranch for a few weeks. Mrs. Wilton
will entertain the Helping Hand
ladles at this placo September 8.
O. E. Hunt and wife were county
teat visitors Thursday.
Mrs. C. F. Stone went to Klamath
Several ot the campers have re
turned and report a fine time and
plenty of berries.
Misses Mary and Ada Hunt started
Tuesday morning for Upland, Cal.,
where they will attend Beulah col-
lego the coning year. These young
ladles will he greatly missed In y.ls
Community but their many friends
wish them abundant success.
Work is belag rushed on the new
highway which makes the present
read between Merrill and Matin
rather uncertain but hopes ot a per
manent, tine read keeps. the traveler
the aatl-4M vTowjTt
is ten to Ike alienee.
A divorce was granted by Judge
. - jr- TT;" D. V. Kuykeadall yesterday to Mar-
headed by. feud. Hawley. appears , . A'-rimtm ' ' .
Ik I1hm' iBklh tm . " waaj v . v M
. J -T i7u ,1. , . n , trong. '
Arteratt deeded by Donald Crisp.
Elmer Harris was the scenarist.
Divorce proceedings were started
by George U. Palmer against Alto
ter ot a raiMion pi
rlr a quar-
A CUealSod Ad UI aU tt.
4 Ad will
The only food tax Imposed in the
Isle of Man Is eight cents a pound on
SCOUTS THEORY OF '
HONOLULU, T. II.. Aug. IS, (Or
Mull). Theories ot tho existence of
n pro-htstortc continent In tho Pacific
and the connection ot tho Hawaiian
and other Polynesian islands with
some mainland ages ago, were scout-
od as untenalilo by E, C. Andrews,
chlot ot tho geological survey ot New
South Wales, Australia, In an address
before tho Pan-Pacific Scientific con
gress which met hero early this
"Geological ovldunco Is directly op
posed to tho Idoa that Hawaii, Tahiti,
Samoa, Tonga and other Islands ever
bad direct land connection," An
drews said. "These islauds appear
to ho small land masses, which rasa
from tho ocean depths along great
zones ot weakness. The Hawaiian
Kroup never was much larger than It
Mr. Andrews' views, whlto sup
ported by many ot tho scientists at
tending tho congress, wore opposed
to thoso ot another school at the ses
sion, one ot the leadors ot which,
Professor William A. Dryan of tho
University ot Hawaii, declared In an
address that he hollered a continent
Existed in tho Pacific years ago.
TOYS FROM TIN CANS
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 31.
Christmas toys received here from
Japan are said to include novelties
mado',fro'Tnlin cans which have
crossed the 'Pacific ocean four-times.
The .cans, originally used in shipping
case oil to China, woro refilled them
with soy bean and other vegotablo
oils and rcahlpped to tho United
States. When emptied again hero,
It Is said, they were purchased -by
Japanese and sent back across the
Pacific to Japan where thoy ware
made ,lnto toys tor American children.
Start of LS
Chlerine May Prevent Flu.
Breathing ' air impregnated with
chlorine gas may prove to be real
preventive of Influenza. ' During the
recent epidemic. IM volunteers were
subjected to a total of more than BOO
treatments at the university or Ana
as. "Several children and n nurse en
gaged In caring for "flu" patients were
among the subjects, of whom only one
developed a new case, and that evi
dently had been previously contracted,
says Popular Mechanic Magailae, ,Tht
treatment, consisted merely a connne
ment In the chlorine room r?r Ave
minutes a day, the gas content carry
ing from 43 to 1T3 part In l.OOO.coy
of air. ,'
One Desen QlMffw In America.
There are but 12 giraffes In this
country lght with circuses and fonr
other In the zoos of New York and
Philadelphia. Four of the 12 were
raised by a Belgian nsmed Andrew, In
the. employ of . circus., who. usml.to.be
The Rt. Hon. James W. Lowther.
who Is about to retire from the
Speakership of the Drltlih House of
Commons, estimates that he baa lis
tened to 35,840 speeches during his
tenure of the chair.
gssssssssssssssssssssssgffpT?f,FlTwL' IT '"PPt
Onion Gods Union Clerks
Dress Up for
We close all day
WE ASK ALL THE TOWNS PEOPLE TO SHOP
EARLY. WE CAN GIVE YOU BETTER SATIS
FACTION AND SERVICE. LEAVE SATURDAY
FOR THE WORKING 'MAN. IT IS THE ONLY
DAY HE HAS TO SHOP. WE FEEL SURE YOU
WILL CO-OPERATE WITH US IN THIS MATTER
" I AINT MAD AT NOPODY"
A Selling of Suits
And while you are coming in to view tho Start of tho Season solliiij?
of suits, you will also appreciate the equally notable values which
we are offering all along the line in other suits, somo of which we
quote here at prices that are wonderful economics for such un
usually good wear.
SUITS FOR MISSES AND WOMEN
Suits this season aro smarter, more chic
than ever before
Jaunty little coats set close to the figure,
shoestring belts and loose backB contri
bute to the slenderness of tho silhouette
Flattering fur collars, or plain tailored
collars which utilize one's own neck
Veldync, Duvet Superior, Suede Cloth,
Tricotine, in the soft autumn wood shades,
twilight blues, navy and black
$35.00, $50.00, $75.00 and higher
a limited number of exceedingly beauti
ful model suits exquisite in design and
coloring rich and luxurious in fabric
and fur trimming.
NEW COATS for WOMEN and MISSES
Gracefully wraplike models with fur col
lars or large cape collars of the material
Semi-fitted, belted models to give
straighter lines to fuller figures Duve
tyn, Veldyne, Evor, Fortuna Velour
colers: Autumn browns, twilight bluei,
The assortment of coato is most complete,
showing models for all occasions
Prices range from $17.50 up to $75.00
AUTUMN'S WOOL FROCKS
The smartly youthful day dress of Tricotine ov Poiret Twill is unsurpassed in
style and adaptability ..
Moes dresses for fall and winter express new fashions in the individuality of
uieir aetugn-ifivir excellence oi inane unu wontrnanBiiip is consistent wiin
Straightline frocks models with tunics or panels Trimming of beading,
Me DlefcCS 1UI IMIKCI
$25.00 and higher
stitching or embroidery Extra sizes for larger figures
of exclusive models in exquisite gowns for afternoon,
' dinner and evening wear
H. N. HOE, Proprietor
NASHVILLE, Aug. 31. The Ten
nessee house voted, 47 to 37, todaxieknnged.
to exungo rrom tho house journal au
(Proceedings ot August Za witn rotor
lence to action on tho suffrage rati
fication resolution, with the excop-
Ltlon of tho rol (call of that date. Tho
point of order was raised bjr Speaker
(Walker that no quorum was present.
POnTLANO. Aug. 31. Hogs low
er, prime mixed, $16.35 and 918.85;
othor. .quotations stesdr and un-
HAI.V Oil) NOT I.V.UIUK
TUI.K IKi; (illAIN CHOI'
Tlalns last week did no sorlouH
damage to tho heavy grain crops in
tho Tule I-ako district, suld Frank
Zumpfe, Malln runcher, who was in
Harvesting ot tlio crops Is under
way, Three combined harvesters
and a number of small bidders are
working. Tho gruln Is turning out
Doctor A. A. Soule announces the
birth or a 10 pound baby boy to
Mr. and Mrs. flam Combs, this morn
Dr. Wright reports the birth of a
son to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ham
akor Thursday, at their home In Ma
lln, and a baby girl to Mr. tnd Mrs.
L.'Plnnelll, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.
I'lnnolll live at I'ellcan Bay.
Twenty years woro required to
translate thu lllhlo into ono language
DKMOCRATH DKHKHT fXX
PORTLAND, Aug. 31. Ned tlald
win, secretary to Representative N. J.
Slnnotl, has visited many counties of
Oregon recently. "Kverywhnra I go,"
nald Mr. Ilaldwln, "I meet old-line
iDutnocrats, who aro going to vote for
Harding and Coolldge."
(The funeral of Marlon Frances
Kzell, Infant son ot Mr, and Mrs. W.
C. Kzell, who died Monday, waf held
this afternoon at 2 o'clock front the
THB PICK Or THB PIOTURM
A NEW ONE EVERY DAT
H. W. POOLE, Owner ROGER D. TORREV, Musical Director
LOUIS BENNISON I
in a thrilling romance of the West j
Beautiful Katherine McDonald is Lou's leading lady
The first of the "Bringing Up father" comedies
44 FATHER'S CLOSE SHAVE "
"TIN PAN ALLEY"
Comiag Thursday " THE WHITE DOVE"