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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
LABOR DA Y at the
Tfcc Idol of France,
GEORGES CARPENTIER in 'THE WONDER MAN''
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Heavyweight Champion ot the World,
JACK DEMPSEY in ''Daredevil Jack"
' Special Wire Reports on the DEMPSEY-MISKE Contest by Rounds
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NATIVES OF U. S.
.WABHINOTO.N, Sept. 4. The
yearly figures on recruiting Just is
sued by the Marine Corps contain
some Interesting data on nationality
Of the 10,307 men accepted by the
sea soldiers in the last twelve
months the American born totalled
ninety-four per cent. Sis foreign
nationalities are represented by a
lone Marine, namely Armenia, Aus
'tralla, Columbia, Cuba, Mexico and
Venexuela. Each of these, as with
all the foreign born In this branch of
the service, has either become natur
allied or has taken out his, first pa
pers. It cost the Marine Corps 161.16
for each man who Joined the colors,
and the total per centage of deser
tions was but 1.8C. Forty per cent
of the men accepted -re-enllsted from
the army, navy 'and marines, the sea
soldiers leading with 20 per cent.
I AT THE THEATERS I
"The Volcano," atarrlng Leah
Balrd, which will be the feature at
traction, at the Liberty Theatre, to
night. The plot deals with the machina
tions of Alexis Mlnskl, a radical
chief, whose efforts at creating a re
volt against capitalism and govern
ment in the United States are con
centrated in a crowded part of the
city, Involving, It appears for a time,
teachora and others of tho Intellect
Huth Carroll, a pretty school
teacher, who falls temporarily under
tho Influence of Mlnskl, becomes the
sweetheart of Captain (larland, a re
turned United Stnto!i army ofllcor,
who has been assigned by the gov
ernment to hunt down tho radicals.
Mlnskl almost succeeds In convinc
ing tho girl that Garland Is plotting
to arrest her and hor grandfather,
and In this belief sho screams out his
dosth sentence to the eager Mlnskl,
who tries to execute It, threo of his
followers attacking the young officer
on a dock, where Garland has gone
to tell Ruth's grandfather ot his love
'Davy, Ruth's soldier brother, who
saved the captain's life In Prance,
again comes to the rescue. Explana
tions follow, the anarchist crew Is
arrested and Ruth restored to confi
dence in her soldier lover.
Georges Carpeutlcr, Idol of France,
whose notable record In tho boxing
ring baswon him' fame and fortune
and whose fssclnatlng personality
has made.hlm the Idol of two conti
nents, will bo tho chelf attraction at
tho Liberty Thoatro In "Tho Wonder
Man," a Knbortson-Colo super-spec-Inl
'Tho picture promlnes an ontortaln
mvnt unique In tho realm of tho cin
ema art. Unllko tho previous offorts
of producers to bring champions of
tho prlzo ring boforo tho public on
tho silver screen In tho roles of dare
devils heroes or In halr-rnUIng ser
ials Georges Carpcntlur Is given as a
Amorlcan society, with himself In
the roto of a smart, wvll-ilreiscd
man about town.
"Tho Wonder Man" gives tho pub
lic Its first opportunity to really
know this favorlto son of France In
tact It gives tho first opportunity for
his many admirers to seo him.
Moro than 2000 persons braved
tho muddy roads of New Jersey to
see him In his fighting togs for the
first time In America.
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KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
Sept. 6-6 Super-special, "Huckleberry Finn"
7-8 Dorothy Gish in "Mary Ellen Comes to Town"
9 Dorothy Dalton in "Black is White"
10 Cosmopolitan Prod., "April-Folly"
11 Special, "Dangerous Hours"
Special "Oh With the Dance"
Wallace Reid in "The Lottery Man"
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
Sept. 6-6 Pauline Frederick in "Sold"
8-9 Jack Pickford in "Freckles"
10-11 Mary Pickford in "Rags"
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