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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TITLED FOLK WHO ARE BIG INDIAN CHIEFS IN CANADA
Why We Are
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When Lord Buroham, president
af the Imperial PrtM Conference,
was mad chief of the Blackfect
recently, he iu given the name
Nat-o-SasL meaning Chief Old
Sao. Yellow Horae, chief of all the
JackfMt, conducted the initiation
ceremonies at Glelchen, Alberta,
and wora a high tilk hat with a
Jellow band while kord Burnhaa
onaed tha faathtr beaddresa of an
Indian. Lady Burnhara tu tUp
"presented with a similar headdress
Md ahsjkikln Jacket drcorated
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arty aad nobility art now chiefs of fof Canada last year the Stoney In-
vanaoian tnaian tribea. tbs vuse
of Coaaaucht, when he waa gover-
or general of Canada, waa created
Chief Teenchka Eeyake Oonka, or
ureal Mountain enter, by toe
Stoney Indiana at Banff. Hla cos
tume aa chief was complete from
war Donnet to beaded moccasins.
The Prince of Wales enjoys the
dsetinctiea of beings chief of at
feast three tribes. During: his tour
dians made him Chief Morning
Star, the Bloods initiated him as
Chief Bis; Mountain and the six
tribes of the Iroouoli welcourd him
aa Chief Dawn of the Morning.
There are still 106.000 Indians of
various tribes in Canada who the
on reservations but keep up their
picturesque customs and on cere
monial occasions wrar bonnets of
feathers and beaded buckskin cloth-
Inc. The great pow-wow at Banff
jch July for iiltor to the Cana
dian Rockies Is spectacular and
entertaining. The Indians own real
estate in Canada valued at $51,000,
000 and nearly 15.000.000 worth of
live stock. Many of the Indians are
sjccci sful fsrmt rJ, crops raited by
them in 1918 bclnjf of the value of
KI.M2.MC. Many, too, arc still
matters of woodcraft and arc ex
pert hunters and guides. .
ad Ktaybs sandwich for
tha youngsters just as "bke"
Every occasion is sn occa-
aieo for Ou. Moim
whh Tomato Sauce.
AT THE THEATERS
"The Slim L'rincess." adapted from
Oeorte Ade'a musical comedy suc
cess. Just suits the adorable Mabel.
Ita hilarious plot, traveling at high
speed In a colorful and fantaatlc at
mosphere, Is tailor-made (or her
spontaneous spirit of comedy,
. The picture opens in the fantaatlc
eastern kingdom of Monroveaia
tha oaa spot on earth were beuaty
la weighed, aad where women pray
for tha rat that makes them heaatl.
Ifal. Tha Utile Princess Kalora la
I dellghtf ally slender, and graceful aa
ja reed la tha wind, which, instead of
boosting her chances, makes her-a
dead weight on the matrimonial mar
ket. Her father, tha Count Selim Mai
aaaaki, la desperate In hla attempt to
fattea Kalora aad marry her off.
All hla efforts fall tha' little prin
cess remains thin "As thin aa a
drtak of water," tha gossips say.
Than appears one Alexander II.
PIka. a yeang American steel mag
nate, who la sick of tha algbt of 300
pound beauties and longa for Just
one patlta damsel la this land of tha
fatted calf. A moat aatoundtag aer
ies of Incidents occur. Laugh Is
piled upon laugh. The rollicking
Mabel plnwbeels through scene after
scene of giddy actios until the ell
As a mischievous elf, clad In the
ragged serge blouso and trousers of a
sailor lad. Mary Mllea Winter has a
role In "Peggy Itobets" that seems
saada to order to set off her win
bobm dalatlaeae. In tbla adaptation
of Henry Albert Phillips charming
story, "The Mate of Sally Ann," the
star'a beauty borrawa none of tha ar
tificial alda of costume and environ
ment, yet shines all the more glor
iously for tha contrast.
Tha tale eeatera about a girl Just
baddlag into womanhood a girl
who baa bean simply reared by her
grandfather, aad old sea captain:
who has never worn dresses or Dlsr-
so wita otner giria aad beys: and
wao aaa known no otber home than
the atraaded ship oa which the cap
tain bad sailed tha seven seas.
To humor the old maa's fancy
Peggy, who la mat aad cook sad
craw combined, carries out bis or
ders with strict regard for nautical
rules. How adorable aha la la the
performance of her multiple duties
only a visit to the Liberty tonight
will tell yoa.
Not a hero by say Sunday school
standards la tha man Prank Mayo
has to portray la "Hltehin Posts."
tha Friday dim attraction at the
Liberty theatre. Ha la Just a man
a cantlesaaa but with Just a touch
of aaaerupslousaeas and an over
whelming store of southern gallan
trr. Dusdlat. adventnra. nmhlar anil
max la reached in a rosy haze of ro-l man ,1a tbla young atar in the stir-
mauce, ai me oiar meaire lonigni ring story by If. M. Shumate.
Tho Union 'Bridge company of
Portland, have been awarded a con
tract by the' county eoramlslogers tn
construct a stool bridge across the
J Ixt rlvor at Olcne, The contract for
the I.orolla wooden bridge was
awarded to Wilson : Mattley, local
A t Reduced Prices
Large purchases of
mills make possible
reductions on Fall
and Winter Suitings
Evtry FikicAU Pure W-l
Save Up to $20
N. B, DREW
7th and Main Street
The Initial letter of J he surname
of the democratic presidential can
didate, Governor Cos, recalls the
fact that Cleveland was the only
presldentlsl aspirant whose surname
began with "C" who waa success
ful. Ueorge Clinton, He Witt Clin
ton. Crawford, Clay, Csss,- Cooper,
sad a number of other aspirants who
bad "C" as the Initial letter of their
surnames failed of their ambition.
Now York, In 1841, waa the first
stats to fit upon "the Tuesday after
the first Monday of November" as
election dsy. Previous to tbst time
tks elections la the various states
wars held oa tba first Monday, Tues
day aad Wsdsesday of November.
Ratal! Straw Ballot
Nsts. Tbs figures betew will as
eaaased treat day to dsy or as oftsa
ss tbs asw rsturas srs received, aa
til aleetiea day,
Natlsasl Ballot Hardlag
Pea ulsr voU 71t,m
Uetoral rota ....
Popalsr vote ....
Klaetorsl vats ....
Popular vets ....
Wilson S. Wiley
In our present stage of development a
trained mind is needed to solve the many
problems that are hampering tumiraunity
progress problems that until solved will
continue to hinder development in ever in
We know that Wilton 5. Wiley poaseeiM
tho trained ability to deal with those prob
A man of vision, tact and integrity is need
ed to lay the foundations in the present for
the city that is destined to be.
Welcnow that Wilton S. Wiley measures
up to the standards of the foregoing para
graph that he is broad of mind, honest of
purpose and efficient of action.
We know of our own knowledge and after
close investigation that Wilton S. Wiley is
tied by no pledges, is the candidate of no
class, the friend of no faction, the represen
tative of no interest except the best in
terests of a united community.
We sincerely believe that Wilton S.Wiley
is the logical man for a difficult position
and we say this with no desire to belittle
the worth of his opponent But in tho
present crisis something more than good
intentions are needeel, even when backed
by unimpeachable reputation.
After careful thought and thorough inves
tigation, we believe it to be in the best in
terests of the whole people of Klamath
Falls that Wilton 5. Wiley be elected May
or on November 2, next, and we respect
fully urge that every qualified person vote
Wiley for Mayor
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Brotherhood of Painters, Decora
tors and Paper Hangers of
Signed: E. B. CARPENTER,