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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
"Alway the Best for the Liberty Guest1'
II. W. 100 LIC, Owner ItOHKR I. TWIUIKV, Music! Drcctor
"THE DANGEROUS TALENT"
A fivclriMlnK drama of "Jlm-llie-IVnman" tjpo
Thanksgiving Thursday Thanksgiving
The show will bo continuous starting nt lt.tO p. m. l)np In at
nny tlmo nntl you will w tlio rntlro shon. And vc uro you of
nn Intending pro(srnnt, i follews:
"THK LIVK-WIUK HICK," starring William Huwll.
"SIIUFFLK THK QUKKXS." A now ChrMIe Comedy, with
nit the tlaxlilng Mars, Including Charlotte MrrrUm.
"MODKK.V CKNTAUItS." Intrrfttln mul Instructive.
"DUIIAKD OF THK HAD KINDS," and IluMln Kurnuin stars.
Who Wrecks Marriage,
Man or Woman? Both
Says Ada Mae Weeks
Rowing at tfie -
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I Playing the lending loc Mrt In
I "Jim Jwn Jem."
"THE FALSE ROAD"
A story of Love that was lout on the Primro Path anil
foanil again on the war called Htrraigtit.
TOMOKItOW "STOP THIKFI"
FIUDAY 'TIIKASUHK LSLAND
Another big onr.
"It takes two to ntako a quirrel.
I bclloro that the wrecking of nfar
rlage Is a (Ifty-Cifty proposition.
"(live mo a man whom I lore and
I'll make him lore m
Thcro will bo no eternal triangle
or quarrels with us.
"Disagreements that finally lead
to the divorce court only como It
two people are willing to quarrel
' Either one of the two can make
I quarreling Impossible.
"I eel that with lovo prcsont.
I nothing else would matter to mo. I
would do what every wife should do
make my husband love m by
dressing, acting and being to him
what he would have me a sweet
heart And ho could not help doing
the same for me.
"It a husband's first care Is -to
please his wife, and a wife's first
care Is to pleasa her husband, there
will bo no home wrecking."
THE HOUSE OF COMFORT
' TED WHITE, Mgr.
100 PER CENT UNION THEATER
Program Tonight and Thursday
Thanksgiving Matinee Tomorrow, 1:30, 3:
Thanksgiving Matinee Tomorrow,
LOOK AT THIS SHOW!
The Screen's Greatest Star
DOROTHY DALTON in
"THE FLAME OF THE YUKON"
DeBELL & CLEVELAND
of the Pantages Vaudeville Circuit, in a
Comedy Act that is a Scream,
"ELECTION DAY IN SPIVINSVILLE"
Don't miss the boxing in this act.
Also that great picture
"LOVE AND THE LAW"
Taken from the Saturday Evening
story, "The Troop Train,"
Matinee Tomorrow, 1:30, 3:30.
Night, 6:30, 8:30.
Corine Griffith in
"DEAD LINE AT ELEVEN"
and complete change of Vaudeville.
AT Till'. STAIt TIIKATItK
Some remarkable truo-to-tlfs
scenes of New York's underworld
.are a feature of Knld Dennett's new
photoplay. "The False Itoid." which
will be at the tSar theatre tonight.
I The pretty star has the role of a
, girl-crook, member of a notorious
igang. One of the most colorful epi
sodes shows the banquet given to her
sweetheart upon the occasion of his
release from Sing Sing prison The
gang leader Is the toastmaster and
the entertainment Is of a moit Joxx
ful character. If you think crooks
am troubled with uneasy consciences
and don't enjoy themselves In pri
vate, this scene will prove an eye
opener. Hut the guest of honor at the
height of the revelry announces that
he Intends to go straight It com
pletely spoils tbo party Moreover,
It leads to an absorbing series of
adventures .that finally end happily
for the two chief characters Involved
Lloyd Hughes Is Miss Dennett's
leading man and tho picture was di
rected for Thomss II. Ince by Fred
Nlblo. It Is a Paramount Artcraft'
VAUDKVILLK AT MO.VHALK
MAKI'.S HIT WITH CHOWD
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The Delicti and Cleveland artists
are cortalnly winning themselves Into
tho hearts of tho patrons of the Mon
dalo theatre by their comic songs and
Jests that are new to the theatre go
ing public Applause after applause
was given them last night at both
performance and the llltlo theatre
was packed to tho doors with vaude
ville fans who went away with their
aides aching. They wilt stay through
out the week with a complete change
of stunts Friday night. After they
leave It will ho a long time before
they are forgotten.
Mr. Crawford, the operator, put
over the two big featuros, Dorothy
Dalton, In the "Flame of the Yukon"
Alaska's greatest story, and "Love
and the Law," from the Saturday
Evening Post story, "The Troop
Train," In a way that more than
gave satisfaction to all, The way ho
has of handling tho new equipment
In tho operating room makes the won
derful picture drama of the screen
stand out, and the public have
shown their appreciation of his efforts.
THRKK-TKHM PLAN CONTTXUKH
The faculty of the University of
Oregon ha sdeclded to retain tho
throe term plan Instead of ' going
back to the two term plan. With the
summer school session, this gives tbo
students four opp6rtunltlo a year
to cntor the university.
taxi ride In Berlin
Austria has a law requiring every
employer to retain as many work
men on his books as ho had before
HKI'OHT OF THK CONDITION
OF Till'. ,
IIIIHT HTATI2 AND HAVINHK HANK
nf Srhnnl Work M Klamath Falls. In the State 'f
or ocnooi worn . , ,,..... N.
VllVftWIII ttt I Ml- !'
vembor 15, 193D
Loans mid discounts I. IU4.u7n.00
Savcrat essas written by mem
bers of tho seventh and olghth
grades of tho Central school hna
boon received by thu Herald, mid n
pom mil of thorn discloses tho fact
that they represent careful applica
tion by tho pupils and a system of
teaching that Is producing gratify
ing results. Tho subjects dlscussod
In tho essays are timely, hut du not
carry tho Interest for the public
which Is attached to tho ability, ap
plication mid teaching methods fol
lowed In thulr discussion.
Illchard 1'eck, a seventh grader.
discusses the football situation at
his school, and Incidentally tells of
a victory over thu second high
Jimmy Klfemlaht, n seventh grade
boy nlso, tolls about nn arithmetic
contest, and Dcnn Molataro, n class
mate, supplements his Information.
"Ilorrowlng Hooks" from the
school library. Is discussed by Mar
Jorle I.ovo Peyton. Marjorlo Is a
seventh grado girl, tod. A tain nf
"Two Sheriffs" Is lunfohled by flor-
don Smith of the soventh grade The
officers keep order In the marching
Donald Veatch, vnn olghth grade
boy, tells about book week, Instl-1
luted to encourage. I lift reading of
good books, and Harry Molataro, In1
his story, states that tho Central
school should have play sheds to be:
used during bad weather Ho sug-
gests swings, basketballs and things
George llrndley, another eighth,
grader, also believes that play sheds
would bo Just tho thing to make
things more pleasant for the chll ,
dren during play time.
F.lghth grado officers, Mho wilt
not bo permitted to servo moro than
two terms, or two months, werei
elected at the Central school a short
tlmo ago. These are the officers-
President. Herbert Phillips, vice;
president, Claudenn Witts; secretary.)
Florence Hector; librarian, Kdlth
Newbsnks, and sheriff, Loren Sharp
The chief duties of the last-named
officer, apparently, Is to arrest 'any'
pupil guilty of talking while In line
Overdrafts, secured ami
unsecured 13. Una. 54
lloiuls and warrants 1O7.S.10.U4
Judgments, elc. . 14.UU1 60
Furniture and fixtures fi,t00 Oil
Other real estate
owned . . 37,054.32
Dun from banks (not
reserve banks) 13.7fi5.82
Dun from approved
reserve luniks 148,840.01
Checks nnd other uisli
Items 8.S90 80
exchanges for clearing
house . 00.017.37
Cash on band 41,047.92
Other resources . . 3,758.03
Time and savings
Notes and bills redls-
i on n led
Hills iuiyiiIiIo fur mon
Capital stock paid In .1
Surplus fund ....
Duo to baujes and
Individual depoilts sub-
Ject to check
Demand certificates of
Total fl, 949,040. 85
State of Oregon,
County of Klamath, ss;
I. John Siemens, Jr, rashlnr of
(lie aliove-named bank, do solemnly
swear that tho above statement U
true to the best of tny knowledgo
JOHN HIH.MKNH, Jit..
A II. KI'PUItBON.
J. W. HIK.Mr.NH, Directors
Subscribed and sworn to bnfnrn
me this 22d day of November, 1920.
(My rommlsslon expires January
Ht'.MOIIOt'H I'.U'KIt I'la.NNKD
"The iMimon Itincli," a huinurous
paper, will bu published three tlnms a
year by the students of Ilia I'nlvnrs
Ity of Oregon
CITY WILL CLOSK TOMOHItOW
TO OIlSF.IlVi: THAM(S(ilVI.0
Hanks, schools, city anil country
buildings and private business es
tablishments wilt close tomorrow In1
Observance of Thanksgiving I
Tho postofflco will be closed all
day. There will ho no city dellv-i
Our stock of windshield glass is complete.
We put them in while you wait.
For quick service in glass work, call us up.
Window glass in all sizes constantly on
Lakeside Lumber Co.
That during the past year, when
prices soared and the cost of living
has been bearing down upon all of
us we are thankful that we have
been able to sell our clothing and
other merchandise at a price that
meant a real saving to our cus
tomers. We're Thankful
That judicious buying will en
able us to continue our policy of
keeping prices well within your
reach, a policy that is building up
for us a patronage of which we
feel justly proud.
The Store of Service
Ninh and Main Street