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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1920)
HATVItBAV, OCTOIJElt , ltSM
.THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
AT THE THEATERS
"lllneklo'it llmliiiniitloti," which
will lyi ttiu fenturo nt tlm Mhorty
'thimlro tonlKht with Jlnrt f,y(ll nti
tho star In jlio second of tlm clovor
Huil Hook Mngiitlno stories to ho
inndn Into ncroun plnyii by Motro,
Tho rirHt win "lloslon WackloV l,lt
tlo Pal." In which Mr. I.ytnll did
"lllnrklo'N Itodeiiiptlon," In thn
htnry of "Kontteman rronk" who
desires lo "ko almlght." Ho Hives
up IiIh IiiwIi'kh purniiltrt mill In About
to marry thn girl ho loves when hn
It arrested nml ncnt to prison for n
crlimi coitiiiilltitd hy others.
How ho makes his daring escape
1i ono of tho ninny thrlllliiK lnct
tlttnlH which will hn rtivouled In thn
liluy, mid which lend to n powerful
nml ntiirtlliiK ell mux. A henrt-np-Mullnic
feature U thn lieuullftil lovoi
of Mnry Dawson for lllackle n lovo
which withstands every tent nnd
which I thn mean of his ultimata
"Thn Huiinro Mooter," n comedy
drum a In which Duck Joint, tho
naw Wllllnm Ho slur, I featured.
will hu shown for tho first tlm
tho Liberty thonlru on Hunduy.
Iluck Jones, tho cowboyKOli1ltfr
iivlntor-iiclor, litw dono noino vorr
flno work In thin photoplay accord
ing to report. Tho story In ono
of llfo on a western ranch. It con
taliiN tunny humoroiiM and nonr
tragic situations which nrlso through
a cusn of confusod Idontlty.
-Iluck JonuH probably feels in out
at homo on horHubnck. HU morvnl
our rldliiK hiiH thlrllod thousands.
"Thn Hiiuarii Hhootnr" off urn til
now nlnr nmplo room to display Ills
ability an n horseman.
I'UIII'OHU (r I'H'KKTINd
iirn:it.Mi.M:H its i.ihiamty
HAI.KM, Oct. 2. Tho supremo
court yoKtorduy uphold tho rlijtit of
picketing by tho I'ortlund, shoo
clerk's union, hut denied tho right
of union Jnwularit to plckol I'ort
land shops. Tho dlffonmco was that
tho shoo clerks worn strlklnic to en
forco u contract with tho employers
wlillo tho Jowolors woro striking to
onforca recognition of tholr union.
Herons never got plump, no matter
how abundant their food.
In nnnouncinir the ortenincr of what is recognized I
2 .. -... 0 iUn f nid fifnnfnnf rrn ra rro a ' 1 n tVln ntllt T
i iia uiiu ui uiu iiiiuaw iihjiiuui i,.. .... ... ..- . ,
I we wish to point out why you should
MAKE IT YOUR GARAGE
- It it Steam Heated It asfuret safety for your car
'.' It ! f irenroof It it conveniently located
' It hat a repair department and supplies, that insures
speed and economy for you. All work is guar-
LIVE AND DEAD STORAGE
SOIVD AND PNEUMATIC GOODRICH TIRES
We are sole distributors for the Famous Hood X
Tires. We make adjustment here, thus making X
T " , . m a a. a. I i a af
2 Bausiaciion ana prompt, hcuiuiuuui. u wiumuvv.
J. H. GARRETT & SON
I S22 South 6th St
Phone 500 X
IF YOU WANT
Watch the Classified Column of
The Acme Motor Co.
If there is a bargain to be found we will have it
LOUIS NHOAGLAND, Salesman
The Herald will soon have
an opening for some wide
awake boys real boys. Ap
plications will be received
s fcTlhe net few daysrand-
the boys accepted will be
employed as vacancies occur
n;the oriler in which the ap
plications are on file.
FltANCIHCO, Oct. 2.
rrroacliMOfB Ali'nn wator. grnvo-
yard of icoriw of ;'ola and Into
whomi m many Hf.' " much
trnnNuro hum been pooVod duo to
nuvlgntlon pftfalld, ar a(K;it to bo
conriuornd by radhi, aceordlajc to d
viced rncnlvnil hurn tolling' progroin
of mival communication eerrito Jn-
vciitlgatlon Into plana for Mtiibllili
Iiik rndlo'Compaiiii nlatloriii.
Kloyd K, Dunklnu, radio olectrl
clan of tho service, Ik now In Juneau,
Alnnkn, InveHtlgatlni; niton for (
tlonN, having recently comploted the
work of Initialling radlo-compa sta
tion, protecting Kan Franclico bay.
Danger to navigation nro remov
ed hy tho iiamn tneanii which guard
ed London from Zeppelin nttackn, n
iiecrct during thn war, and one of tho
in out Intoroitlng dovelopmenta In
radlo-telcgraphy. When Zeppelins
ntarted their attacks upon London,
tho foremost of allied exports ap
plied tholr efforts to provldo some
mrmns of defense. The prime neces
sity for defnso was dotormlnatlon of
the location of Invading Zeppelins.
Discovery of n radio direction
finder resulted from tholr' efforts.
Zeppelins usod wirolcss In reporting
departure from (lorman bases, nnd
frequently wlillo eiirouto isent wire
less messagos back to tho baso. The
nllled discovery wns a devlco to de
termine from which direction theso
wireless waves came.
Direction finders established at
different points upon hearing a Zep
pelin wirolcss would report to the
headquarters tho direction from
each station of tho Zeppelin. Chart
ing these directions the hcadqunrtcr
accurately determined thp location
of tho Zeppelin and It Could bo en
gaged In combat before .getting
across tho Ilrtlsh borders.
Huccess of the dlroctlwflnden re
sulted In otenslon of tholr uso to
aid shipping. Itarlo-compass stations
established on tho Atlantic seaboard
iirnved highly efficient, and es
tablishment of statlqns around San
Francisco bay followed. Other ntlledf
countries nro also using tho system.
This means of Informing a vessel
of Its precise location Is .regarded as
ono of' tho most valued aids to navi
gation Inaugurated this century, ac
cording to naval communication ex
Tentntlvo plans contemplate es
tablishment of six radio-compass
stations In Alaskan waters. It Is ox
pectod location of tho tsatlqns will
bo determined upon Klectrlclon
Dunklco's Investigations this year
and erection of stations bo undertak
en next splrng.
BANDIT IN JAIL
llAWI.IXdS, Wye. Oct. 1. Ar
tistic embroldory work as an occu
pation for n train robber may sound
unusual but It Is bringing to Wil
liam Ij. Carlisle whoso exploits fol
lowing his robbery of a Union Pa
cific train filled tho columns of
newspapers for days, an Income
which allows him to pursue studies
Curlislo still suffers from a
wound In his chest received at tho
tlmp of his capturo and Is unablo to
do heavy manual work.
AT THE CHURCHES
No chaaxea trill be made 1b Utla
column unless the copy It at The
Kvcnlng Hcruld oillce by a o'clock
Wcrcd Heart church, corner of
F.lghth and High, RoV. Hush J. Mar
shall, Rov. J. J. Walsh.
8 a. m children's service. Adults
uro requested not to attend this
10:30, high mass and sermon. '
7 p. m., rosary and bonedlctlon.
The Christian Science society of
Klamath' Falls holds services In the
lower room of the Library building,
corner of Third and Main streets,
very Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
and every Wednesday evening at H
The subject lessoa for Sunday:
The Sunday school session la from
1:45 to 10:45 every Sunday morning.
The free reading room and fro
lending J!braryjsppen from S:80 to
:n on Tuesdays, Tnursaays ana
First Baptist Church, corner Wash
ington ana MjMa.
Sunday school at 10 a. ra. ,
PmchlM st It a. m.
Prayer service Wednesday at 8 P. H.
Rvery second and fourth Wednesday
evening will bt devoted to missionary
A cordial invitation Is extonded to
an to attond those servlcos.
First Presbytorlan Church, corner
Sixth and Pine stroots. nor. B. P.
Lawronco, minister, 487 Third street.
Morning worship 11 a. m. Subject
"Salvation Clod's Olft.
7:30 p. in. "Tho Adventuro of
Special music at both services.
Hunday school at 10 a. m.
Methodist Episcopal Church, Tenth
and High, Rev. S. J. Cbaney,
pastor, ,727 Pine street. Pbonsj S7W.
Christian church, corner 9th and
Pine streets, fi. F. Trimble, pastor,
917 Pine street, phono nos. 874, 476.
Until tho now church Is ready ser
vices will bo held by tho Christian
congregation ln tho Baptist church
on Eleventh stroet.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock; ser
mon, 11; Christian Endeavor, C:30;
evening scrvlco, 7rJ0, '
The pastor of the Christian church
will proach tomorrow at tho Meth
odist church both morning and even
Emmanuel Baptist, Eleventh and
High street. Illble school, 10 a. m.
Prayor mooting Thursday, 8 p. m.
Womon's Home and Foreign Mission
ary society moots first Thursday of
CHINESE BUYS 275
ACRES AT MIDLAND
Salo of 27S acres of vtldlapd tulo
land to Chin Lung, a Stockton, Cnl.,
Chlneso farmor was roported today
by L, Jacobs, Tho tract Is practical
ly squaro, facing tho railroad track
about halfway between Midland and
Ady. Tho deal was closed yestorday.
Tho price was withheld by Mr.
Jacobs but Is understood to'havo
been between f 0f and f 76 an acre.
Cfiln Lung Is n high official h
ono of the Chinese six companion
and .ptirchasod tho land for his org
anization. It will bo developed at
once. The owners plan to plant It
to celery a soon as tho ground Is Is
condition for a colory crop.
Tho first blast furnace was worked
by William Penn In 1688.
That within a few days
wo will havo on display
tho beet Barrie Granite,,
Monuments, as well as
ono of marble, and wo
Invite yon to compare
them with any others In
the west. These monu
ments are unexcelled, and
Investigation will dem
onstrate the truth of this
Klamath Fall Marble Granite Works
George D. Grizzle
SPINAL )t8 J
Dr. Lois C. Bridges
WW WW wvww
X. Slight iraMcntnltons nt this point will
cause so-called headaches, cyo diseases, deaf
ness, epilepsy, vertigo, insomina, wry neck,
facial paralysis, locomotor ataxia, etc..
2. A Blight subluxation of a vertebra in
this part of the spine is tho cause of so-called
throat trouble, neuralgia, pain in the shoulders
suid arms, goitre, nervous prostration, la
zrippe, dizziness, bleeding from nose, disorder
of gums, catarrh, etc
3. The arrow head marked No. 3 locates
the part of the spine wherein subluxations will
cause so-called bronchitis, felons, pain between
the shoulder blades, rheumatism of the arms
and shoulders, hay fever, writers' cramp, etc.
4. A vertebral subluxation at this point
causes so-called nervousness, heart disease,
asthma, pneumonia, tuberculosis, difficult
breathing, other lun troubles, etc
6. Stomach and liver troubles, enlarge
ment of the spleen, pleurisy and a score of
other troubles, so-called, are caused by sublux
ations ia this part of the spine, sometimes se
light as to remain unnoticed by others except
the trained Chiropractor.
e. Here we find the cause of so-called gall
tones, dyspepsia of upper bowels, fevers, akia
glea, hiccough, worms, etc
7. Brigfa?s dsiease, rtis.it-, seats UeV
ner, sUa disease, heOs, emtiees sad ether
diseases, so-called, are caused by nerves seine
pinched ia the spinal openings at this point
& Regulations of such troubles as so
caHcd appendicitis, peritonitis, tambage, etc,
follow Chiropractic adjuetments at this point
9. Why 'have so-called constipation, rectal
troubles, sciatica, etc, when Chiropractic ad
justments at this part of the spine wffl remove
the cause? m
10. A slight slippage of one or both la
nominate bones win likewise produce so-called
sciatica, together with many "diseases'' of
pelvis and lower extremities.
Salle 103, over Pint SUUo and Saving Dank
Entrance 111 Fifth St.
i-- Eg a - i pa
you will ever have is What you save.
The supply of "Wealthy Uncles" and "Rich
Widows" is as short as a bartender's job '
Don't worry about how much you are mak
ing. What counts is how much are you
If a savings account does not appeal to you,
buy thrift stamps, but by all means cultivate
the habit of saving.
Klamath State Bank
THE GROWING BANK"
Located at the Corner 6th and Main
.f : t,' "
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Safety Deposit Boxes
by the year
We, want your business. em
OsurBank, we hone, :ay
become year 3 tank
B. T. P.
V, Sunday evening si
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