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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
(Continued from Paf 1)
lag wu also ifamaajed. Workmen
this afternoon Wpro endeavoring to
repair (ho stock exchange. In clean
ing up debrU detectives faund In tho
street clouo to' tho sidewalk In front
t tho entrance to tho new sub-treasury
a hole about '10 Inchon deep and
threo In diameter, Tho theory was
idvancod that (ho hole might have
marked tho oiact location where tho
explosion occurred. Tho rntrnnco to
the sublreasury "a wass as tho lobby
Into which tho door opena was wreck
ed. Great columns of granlto which
ornamfint tho sub-treasury building,
and between which stands tho statue
ot George Washington, were scarred
and dented by pieces ot (lying debris
J. 8. Morgan Is In Europo, hut at
the time ot tho blast Thomas v, La
Mont and other directors were In con
sulfation In tho Morgan building.
Pollco Commissioner Knrlght said
after conferring with members of tho
Morgan firm he had that ho had
learned Elliott O .Daron and Julius
Spencer Margaa. members of the
Arm. wore slightly nljured. Enrlght
quoted member of tho firm as stat
ing tho blast 'assuredly came from
the street and not from within the
clock In tho sub-treasury building
which stopped at lZiOl. Working on
tho conspiracy theory tho police
plckod up nil remnants ot the wreck
ed nutomoblto and wagon.
Cries nroso from tho dcbrl. Wall
street was paved with glass and there
gushed forth streams of blood more
fit for a battlefield than for Amor
lea's financial conlor."
One man was seen to sit up, brush
his hand out his oyca and topple
over dead Into tho gutter. Near htm
were found tho bodies ot three woman
and further on more bodies, lying
sldo by sldo with tho carcasses ot
Hardly had tho roar ot tho explo
sion ended then a rush for tho flunn
clnl district was mado from nil parts
of the city.
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Do you ever stop to think how much your hat hat to
do with your appearance? It will make or mar your
appearance. Let us fit you out with a . Mallory.
There is a fresh new shipment in the window now.
Look them over.
I AT THE THEATERS I
Uuth lludd, who plays tho featured
role In "A Rcronm In tho Night."
which Select Pictures presents at tho
Star theater tonight, can legitimate
ly dispute tbn claim of others to the
title ot tho world's perfect woman. In
tho opinion of scores of critics, both
hero and abroad, who havo seen this
now and unique screen personality
during her vaudeville tours.
As one reviewer wrcte: "Wo used
to think that Annette Kellerman hnd
that 'wonderful form' business cor
ralled, but after seeing Miss lludd
we're ready to sing. Then Along
Camo Ruth "
That Mis lludd can today call her-
. I self the perfect woman Is the result
The explosion came at a time when ot systematic exercise. As a child she
the canyons of josrer New York were was frail and slglbt. To build up
thronged with workers hastening to , her strength her father put her
the lunchrooms. The roar was heard
tar up Manhattan Island and hun
dreds of persona were hurled to the
Assistant District Attorney Taller,
after visiting the scene, announced
Ms belief that the explosion cculd not
havo been due to accident. His staff
-nil question all witnesses. He Mid
ae thing jthat led him to credit a
conspiracy. theory was the time ot the
explosion, which wu fixed by the
through a course of calisthenics, later
J setting up rings and horizontal bars
for more strenuous work.
Miss Uudd Is perhaps tho only act
ress who Is able to portray tho role
of Darwa In "A Scream In the Night."
In her Interpretation of Darwa, Miss
Oudd Is seen flitting about from tree
to tree, leaping from branch to
branch, and flying 40 and CO feet
aloft through GO feet ot space separ
ating one tree from another.
Your Pair of Florsheims
X is here now. All the new Fall numbers are ready for your
$ inspection. Come in.
A Hart SchaiTner
All Hart Schahner & Marx Suits Are All Wool
They wear longer and therefore cost less per day. New
Fall styles arriving every day.
All ladies holding ROGERS' SILVERWARE COUPONS make
sure they do not expire October 1st, 1920; if so. redeem them now.
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"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
It cent thu court n clgnr and un
Mut .Not uiork ll)dronls
Traffic officer Wyhn said today
thnt thu next step In law enforcement
I would bo In regard to tho ordlnancu
provision suction 4, subdivision 19,
ordinance Now G1C making It un
lawful to stop u vuhlclo within 30 feet
if n Mtri.Al .npnni na fir.. Iiiril.nnl
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Ssnator Warren Q. Harding, Republican nomlnt. fer President, Is ther.
ughly famljlir wth the Imposing stons and can "make-up" rapidly and skill,
fully. Hef-e he Is shown "maklng-up" forms in the composing room of his
ewapaper, the Marlon (O.) Star.
TUB PICK OF THB PIOTCRBB
A NEW ONE EVERT OAT
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H. W.POQ1.E. Owner ROGER D. TOItltEY, Musical Director
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An exciting mystery picture is
The star js If me Doro and the story is rather creepy
"THE BISHOP'S EMERALDS"
COMING SUNDAY-Griffith's Masterpiece
?" BROKEN BLOSSOMS"
Becaiaa af afrcial iH-rnageraeats bu4b xeceotly la Saa Fraaclsco
I mmftp'ft',tfiqv tab great special at Regular Price.
WAX yea, it la a traaedy and, every character is a
aa wnasowa- aaa you will nave see tne ptcture laai
iwledged ariffith'a greatott.
Knforcemcnt of tho city anti-park
ing ordinance Is beginning to raise n
small storm of protests from buslnqas
fmen, who have been used to leaving
tbolr curs In front of their places of
business. l would not bo surprising
pit a delegation wcro,on hand at the
next meeting of tho city council to
request modification or repeal of tho
Traffic Officer Wynn. ns good as
his word, has been making arrests
without fuvor. and rjulto a Mack of
cards bearing names of offending
outolsts has accumulated in tho
Pollco Judgo kcavltt, In dealing
with all offenders who appear a
number havo not appeared an
nounces a policy of no penalty for
the first offense. The court believes,
In view of tho fact that an ordinance
prohibiting parking on Main street
for mora than 20 minutes, consecu
tively, lias existed for two or threo
years without enforcement, that auto
owners uro entitled to soino graco
and warning. Second uppouranco In
court will bo met with a fine, but to
first offenders tho Judgo delivers a
caution and lets them go.
The council at Its next meeting will
probably take stops to remedy the
Fifth street discrepancy, where,
through clerical error, the ordinance
bara parking on the west side ot
Fifth between Main and Klamath,
when It was meant to clear the east
side of cars that might bar the speedy
progress ot the fire truck.
The court ran up against this error
early in the crusade. On his way
to the city hall a salesman friend
hailed Judge Lcavltt and asked him
to direct hlra Into a proper parking
tall on Fifth street. Knowing the
Intention of the ordinance the Judge
shunted bis friend onto the wrong
side and in hall an hour h was In
the police clutches,
A little later he showed up In
court. "Darn It," be aaid, "I thought
that you at least would know what
you were talking' about
Charles E. Hughes Joins Actors
In Paying Tribute to Harding
All people knowing tliomni'lven to
bo Indebted to tho (lilt IMee Cream-
.'fry Co., or having bills ugnlnst us
I plenro .present them at Harry Itlch
ardsonV place near tho post office,
tlllr KIK1K CKKAMKIIY CO.
NOTICK OF IIOM) HKDKMITIO.V
Notlco Is heroby given Hint funds
nro now avnllnblo In tho city treas
ury lor tnti redemption or hondit
numbered 3C. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42.
43, 44. 4fi. 40, 47, 48, 49, Hcrles I),
Ifor I'iOO.OO oach; and for bond nuni-
Iborod 7, Series K; for bond number
ed 1, Sorles F; bond numbered 1,
Scries (I, and that tho same will bo
I redeemed by the city treasurer at her
office In tho Klntiuitli Stato Hank,
on or after October 1, 1920, nnd that
Intorest on each or tho bonds herein
enumerated will chbho on October 1,
IDA II. MOMYRfl,
City Tri'iiMuror of tho
City or Klamath Fulls,
Five room modern plastored bun
galow with bath, Hcreoned-ln back
porch, big front porch facing north
oast, shingled down sides, doublo
floors, largo attic. Constructed sum
mer of 1919, Plenty of room for
garden, cement walks completed, on
paved street; garage. Winter's sup
ply of wood already stacked. House
excellent appearing from outside due
to French windows. Will seirwlth
or without furniture. Without fur
niture 12300 and assumption of
mortgage. Owner going Into busi
ness Is reason for dlsposlrlf of prop
erty at this time. Inquire of Don
Beldlng, manager Western Union
Telegraph Co. 1617
Dears, especially the white spe
cies, are partial to bathing, and will
comb themxolves with their curvod
nails, and also lick tbemsolves, to
obtain glossy coats. '
Wasps have a capacity for recov
ery In accordance with their remark
able muscular powers, and will
ppeedlly emerge from stupor Induced
!y a strong doso of chloroform.
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On the snme day that sixty members of Hie llitrdlnit-CoolldKe The
atrical Ij'iiruu Journeyed from New York to Mnrlon to greet Senator
Hunting. Clinrles K. IIiikIick dropped off the trnln at the now fiirnous Ohio
town to visit the ltppiibllrnn iionilnco for President. Al. Jolnon, president
of the league, .lininedlntely elected Mr. Ilugties n member, nnd together
they played an Important purt In the day's proernui. Hero wo see Senator
Harding, Kugenu O'llrlen, motion picture star, and Mr. Hughes.
Rowing at tke
"A SCREAM IN THE NIGHT"
A dramatic novelty that will dollght nil those who seek
the new and unusual In stories of Itomance
Another Big Special Production
"PARTNERS OF THE NIGHT"