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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1920)
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THE EVEN1NC HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Store will be closed
Monday, September 13
on account of
" 1 AINT, MAD AT NOBODY "
J AT THE THEATERS
"No. ." Is the newest treat
awaiting local plctmre-fovers who de
light la viewing fascinating J. war
ren Kerrlgsss disport on the ilivor
sheet Is his Mgutcaable style.
This show p the attraction at the
Liberty Theatre tonight.
Arthur I'enryn, a convict from
Sine Bias who has heea unjustly sea
fenced, escapes. He hides himself In
Cynthia Vlrlaa's Ixfudolr, where she
discovers him. pfer sympathies are
enlisted, and she suggests thst he re
aialn la hldJag at her home, poslag
as Phillip ValeaUae, a friend of her
brother, who Is absent. At this
house party are Joha Brandt, the
van who seat Artaar to Jail, and
Renee Btheriagtoa. and old lore of
Arthur". 'Arthur j'atimldates Brandt
Into silence, aad Reaee does sot
hand htm oyer to the authorities be
cause she 'a till Joyee him. Brandt Is
a sultbr for Cynthia's hand, but
Arthur and Cynthia quicklr .fall In
In the report of the prizes award
ed for the best floats In the Labor
Day parade. The Herald was misin
formed as to the winner for the
trophy for tho boat dUplay float,
fcroilll harltir (uun vlvon In 1 II
The butler announces the renl -..... . o n ....
Phlll Valentine, and Arthur has' ,ne fact ,hat ho Macj ruck Mr
mm locaea id ma garage, auspic-i
Ions arc aroused when Arthur Is
lives, destiny has Interwoven In n
The girl married to ono brother
to save her father from financial dis
grace finds herself unwittingly tho
victim of her husband's lust for gold,
which causes him to ask his brother
to take his place on the night of
their marriage. The brother does
not realito the seriousness of the sit
uation and consents to tho unusual
Gradually these two, the brother
aad the wife, fall desperately In love
with each other. Taunted by the
knowledge of his falseness, the
brother Is about to make a clean
breast of It. when word reaches him
that the girl's husband Is dead. Hut
his happiness Is short lived for the
husband returns, III with fever.
Then comes a dramatic climax.
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caught wlthja tray of food for Valen
tine. Just as oncers arc about to
discover. Valentine, Arthur and Cyn
thia Jubsp lato a sedsn and speed
away. Arthur drives to the man
whom Brandt paid to "frame" Ar
thur, and' send him to Jail. He forces
tho fellow to iatoMSK i4a Brandt.
Brandt, Instoad of Arthur, Uplaced
Brandt, Instead of Arthur, la placed
be the son of Hoary Pearya. the coal
baron. And with his troubles at nn
end the handsome here leaves to be
gin life anew with Cyata'ls. ' t
"Big Happiness" contslns a theme
so real and vital that It will And a
responsive ctiirdjlBi everyone who
sees It, and will be seen at the Lib
erty, Theatre tomorrow.
In "Big Happiness." tho re Is the
tremendous struggle! of three per
sons, twin brothers unlike excopt
In faoe and form and a girl, whose;
rylng tho load Is sold by Garrett &
Son. The float, however, was the
idea of John H.' Collmnn, who man
ages tho trucking business for Coil-
man & Peyton. Tho logs were load'
ed by him, assisted by the truck
driver, Frank Jones.
September records at
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
(Registered Hereford bulls and heif
ers. Best breeding and quality.
Raised ,on our farm In southern
Idaho. Herd comprises 400 head,
which must be reduced at once to
give us more room. Now Is the
time, to buy. Can sell In carload
lots. Prices reasonable. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Write or come
and see them. Farm close to
N'ampa, Ida., on main line of
Oregon' Short Line. L. L. Young
Somtiff at t6e. k
Marion Davie's H
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OF SLUSH' HIND
KN ROUTR WITH COX BPRCIAL,
Sept. 11. dovurnor Cox Is threaten
ing to split tho state of Washington
wide open with revelations ns to tho
slush fund activities of tho Harding
wing of tho Republican party. His
answer to a question asked by the
Spokestnnn-nevlow on tho first pogo
Friday and his action In making tho
lottor public camb llko a bolt out of
a clear sky.
Curiously enough tho tetter, sup
plied to Cox by a Republican, was
used as nn answer to a Republican
paper. It is understood 10 uo part
of tho secret data given tho Ohio
governor by Ulroy Sinter, former
stato chairman of tho Progressive
party in Washington. As a result of
tho commission of tho documunts,
Governor Cox announced that Kdltor
Coalcs of tho Rovlow and Thaddous
Lane, chalrmnn of tho Washington
ways and means committee, will bo
subpwnaod to appear before tho
senato Investigating committee at
Chicago and there answer tho ques
tions asked them by Cox.
"When I arrived In town this
morning I found that n question had
been propounded to mo In tho Spokesman-Review,"
tho fighting aovernor
opened up. "In this publication
.Thaddous S. Lane, chairman of the
ways and means committee In this
stato denies my statement that tho
quota out hero was 1B0.000."
' Cox prored his assertion by ex
hlbltlng a letter wrltcn by A. S.
Stewart, stato treasurer, to an un
named Spokane man which In part
read as follews:
I am In receipt of a letter from
Republican national headquarters
asking that we raise $10,000 for the
presldenttsl campaign. In years gone
by the nations! headquarters has
contributed to this state but it would
seem that our stste Is now wealthy
enough, and I might Interpolate un
der a Democratic administration, and
haa so msny large Industries that
we should be able to aid Instead of
receiving aid. Large Industries and
stnall. I feel, will give freely In an
effort to turn back the government
to the Republican party. In con
sultation with somo of tho leaders df
the party hero wo think It will re
quire a fund of $200,000 to carry us
through from now until tho end of
tho campaign. If our funds conio In
sufficiently we could probably send
$50,000 to national headquarters."
Governor Cox continued "I do
not want to be outdone by my fellow
publisher and If he asks me a ques
tion I think I ought to ask him ene:
Mr. Coalcs, I want to know wheth
er you did not attend a mooting on
March 31, 1920. It was held here.
I ask you whether It wasn't in the
breakfast room? I nsk you whether
it wasn't In tho breakfast- room? I
ask you whothor at that time several
thousand dollars was not subscribed
as a starter? I ask you whether
among the subscribers was not F. R.
Culbortson, indicted for profiteering?
I ask you Mr. Cosies whether R. B.
Patterson wasn't thero also indict
ed tor profiteering and whether ho
did not mako a contribution? I ask
you also whether E. T. Coleman,
Spokane banker and Republican can
didate, for governor, was not thoro
and whothor he did not mako a con
tribution? We want the facts about
tho stato of Wushlngton and tcnlght
I shall wlro my representative at Chl-
cagq asking him to subpoena Mr.
Coales and Mr. Lane. I will ask 'others who havo recently returned
them to hold up their hands In Chi-'from tho hlackborry country with a
good supply of fruit.
Kva Myors Is attending high school
at this placo and making her homo
with tho primary teacher, Miss Can
per, and stater, who Is aUo horu to
begin high school work.
Building is very active in Klamath Falls.
Now homos arc springing up everywhere
And a great many of them were made pos
sible by saving accounts started years ago.
Opportunity looks at your Bank Book
before it knocks at your door.
It is tho size of a man's savings, rathor
than tho size of his earnings, that indicate
What kind of a story docs your savings
bank book tell.
Klamath State Bank
THE GROWING BANK"
Located at the Corner 6th and Main
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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MILL WORK, CABINET WORK, SASH AND
ii "Made in Klamath Falls"
Lakeside Lumber Co.
Mill and Yards, Klamath Ave. and Center St
The combined headers and thresh
ers which we saw working on the
Tule Lake lands seom to be doing
excellent work. Harvesting In that
section Is under good hesdway.
John Zblndon's mother, sister nnd
uruiner, 01 imnuis, came mi wmjn
for an extended visit with Mr.
Zblnden and family.
The ladles of the Helping Hand
society met with Mrs. Emms Wilson
Wednesday. They will be enterthln-
Jed by Sirs. J. 1,. Ilalley Wednesday,
Mis Ksthcr Moody, who Is secre
tary for tho floodycar Lumber com
pany, of Seattle, Wash., visited tier
parents, Mr. and Mrs.' 8. V. Moody,
a fow days recently. Sho visited
Crater l.ako while here In company
with her slater, Mrs. W. W. Donart,
of Klamath Falls. Miss Moody will
visit Ilrltlsh Columbia before return
ing to her duties again.
Henry Voss and son, Harry, of
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have Just returned from u neck's I
trip In tho Medford country. They
enjoyed a lino trip' and brought back
a fine lot of blackberries and other
School opened Monday with a fair
ly good attendance In the primary
and Intermedial rooms. Tho high
school department will open Rept
Tho dry land farmers in this Im
mediate vicinity feel lucky In getting
their throshlng done boforo the
threshers nre alt busy on tho lako
Hoy Foglo and wife, Hen Pickett
and wife, Kd nurrls and wife and
Mr. Mackon and wlfo are among
cago and tell tho truth aud I will
abldo by tho truth."
CONGRESS OF WOMEN
WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. Womon
from countries that remained neutral
and from those that took opposite
sides In tho lato war will assemblo
In the first meeting since 1914 at tho
Quinquennial congress of the Inter
national Council of Women, at Chris
tiana, Norway, September 8 to 17.
The object of the congress Is to
provide a means of communication
between women's organisations In all
countries on questions relating to the
welfare of the commonwealth, tho
family aad the Individual, Somo 400
romen, Including several Americans,
have enrolled to, attend.
Discussions will be held on such
subjects as new lines in the system of
education. International aspects ofJ
public health, the bousing problem,
the campaign against social diseases,
and the league of nations. I
Delegates will be received lav the
royal palace by Queen Maud of Nor
way, the city of Christians will
Mr. and Mrs. 11. I,. Olll aro tho
happy parents of a daughter born
Thursday night at tho Warren Hunt
A baby boy was born Inst night to
Mr. and Mrs. John Sampson of Scott
Dr. Oeorgo I. Wright reports tho
following births this week: A baby
girl to K. A. Hlgham of Sargunt ave
nue, last night. Xnd Mr. and Mrs.
Hurrell Short aro tho happy parents
of n boy born this morning at their
home on tho Merrill road, Tuesday
morning a girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. John Nubert of Swan Lake.
Tho forest products laboratory,
Madison, Wisconsin, has tested out
wuntern hemlock and Hltka sprucn
for use as pulp wood and found that
both species mako oxcollent paper.
DOVflliAH Fill ItKCOMMKNDKD
FOIt FIIIK HB8I8TKNT DOOIIH
Underwriters' laboratories of Chi
cago, maintained by the National
Hoard of Fire Underwriters, has re
cently made tests of the fire reststent
properties of Douglas fir at the ro
quest of fire door manufacturers.
As a result of this test the under
writers' laboratories baye recom
mended that Douglas fir be listed as
standard for tho making of cores In
tin-clad fire doors.
As a result of this test by the In
surance interests it is anticipated
that a now field of market exploita
tion, will be oponed (o fir manufacturers.
tendor a luncheon and they will be
entertained by various civic societies.
Tho meetings of tho council are to
be held In tho Norwegian parliament
THH PICK OP THB PICTURB8
A NEW ONi: KVKRT DAT
If. W. POOLK, Owner 1UMJKH 1). TOnilKY, Musical Director
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4. WARREN KERRIGAN
tars in a prison story that is called
The finest star of the screen
appears in a play that will please you
and everyoneknows this star appears inthe best
As Usual the Show is Continuous on Sunday,
and that means an opportunity for everyone to see