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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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shopping for the men.
Ail but two American presi
dents have traced their paternal
ancestry back to tho Ilrltlsh Isles.
Tbo exceptions were Van lluren
and Hoosovelt, Dutch.
Tho next president Is Scotch
Dutch, his paternal family tree
taking rook. In Scotland. Other
Scotch presidents were Monroe,
Grant and, Ilnycs.
Scotch-Irish presidents were
Jackson, Polk, Buchanan. Arthur.
BJcKlnley ;and Wilson.
Fifteen! presidents, beginning
with Washington and ending with
Taftf have-iKegllsh' paternal an
cestry, and thus glre to England
a Urge 'lead 'In the race of fur
nishing presidential timber for
tbo United States.
Springfield, 111., claims to bare
6000 women In business, profession
al, and Industrial life.
At the Theaters
AT T1IH I.IIIKKTV TIIIUTIIK
Tho versatility of ZaSu Pttls. tho
whimsical little comedienne of the
screen, Is brought out In strong re
lief In 'Tho Heart of Twenty.' tho
Brentwood production, released by
Ilobertson-Colo, which' wilt open at
tho Liberty tbettrq Tuesday
The story, as Its name Indicates,
reveals the secret aspirations of a
young girl on the threshold of wom
an hood. Miss I'ltts. as Katie Abbott,
whose natural longings to do the
things most girls of her age In
dulge In are suppressed by a prim
old maiden aunt. Klres the most de
llghtful characterization 61 her screen
career. - "
( Five Million Budget
I (Continued from Page 1)
TO QUIT GENEVA
The committee of the Scandinavian
Hall at 9th and Walnut wishes to
announce that the halt Is about com
pleted, It will be open for business
In ten days. It anyone wishes to
engage any of the halls please call
'SSO-J or apply at the building. C-ll
HAItKKUH ANO 'IWMiSrtOSKH
Embody IMItyVaiii Wtlnctlon
They are designed, cut and built
with particular regards for Individ
ual requirements. Long established
In business, unexcelled facilities and
modern methods make possible tho
attractive combination of superla
tive quality and moderate prices,
our work affords.) t
Klamath' Falls Marble
and Granite Works
1040 Main St
G. D. Grizzle, Proprietor
Jgested under the war department
'total U85.13j.y28 of which JOS,.
OOT.StiS goes to river and harlmr de
velopment For Improvement and
maintenance of military pouts, forti
fications and other work of lo-
i tense, tho army lists $117,163 OH.
(Ily Associated Tress) Included In t ho miscellaneous
OLNLVA, Dec C Argentina's terai u an, estimate of $147,898,520
amendment to tho covenant of the ror ine shipping board nnd ono of
league ot nations, rejection or wnicn $160,000,000 for the bureau of war
causcu ine Armenian delegation to risk Insurance.
icae ine assemoiy. nas ocen rcrerreiii i u, nrnrlm . ..v mm nf !!.
to tho assembly for consideration at tu0(1 ,ldlers. sailors vtd tnarlnos
Its next meeting. Honorlo Pueyrre- umIer ,nH wnr rUk act thtf ,rjJMlry
-, ..v- u. ... .. ""-"'""uepsrtmcnt seeKs appropriations o(
told The Associated I'ress that his, $35,000,000 for addltlqnal hospital
delegation would leave for l'arlsBm, aiapcnuarx facilities and $50,
Wednesday or Thursday. 000.000 for medical and hospital sor-
The Argentine delegation' wlth-lvca Tho fQ(iernt board of rocntlonal
drawal from the league assembly -.jucatlon asks $78,000,000 to csrry
was the first reef struck during theon n, work
three weeks' deliberation which hsd For prohibition enforcem-nt $7,
beep going on with resulting smooth- 500.OOO Is asked,
new until It got Into a fog In the RcIuiVd In the miscellaneous
discussion on omendments. ipendlturcs are estimates by the var-
Independeno shown by Honorlo', oug d0,,,rtmont for tho conduct e:
I'uoyrrcdon In voting against os rCty departmental affairs, imiio of
ponement of consideration of the w,Cn follow.
amendments nntl hl lirnuklnr nf fh. ,u. .... 1..1
I ; " - iiuorsiaio coininrn iuiiiiiimhijh
assembly unanimity, with Henor V ib 574 000
lasquet of Paraguay, supporting him. Federal trade commission 11.055..
were regarded as ominous of astormy 00o; I'nltcd Hlatos employee i-onipen-
session, oui mo Argentine neiega- ,alon commission and compensation!
iiuns ejiremo action in wiumraw fun, $2,920,840, nnd railroad labor
ing. was unexpecteu. ,boari, $r,r.o.000.
There are two currents of opinion 1
One Is that tha directing minds have
too much neglected tho feelings of
the smaller tiowors and havo erred
howing at ike
' ANITA STEWART
IMays a Dual ltole in .
"THE YELLOW TYPHOON"
And You'll Hee Her at Her Ilest In tills splendid;
ETHEL CLAYTO.V I.V
'YOUNG MRS. WINTHROP"
from tbo old story tliat -ou'll remember.
ni(i(ir.vr wool I'UWT
WI-ST OP HOSTO.V, MAMS,
I'OIITIANI). Oro.. Dec f! This
rlty Is to have u wool scuurlliK plant,
capable of scouring l.OMO.OOll puttmls
of wool a month, as part of the equip
mrnt of western wool warn house
Management says this will be the
best equipped west of HiMton unit
will tmika morn marketable western
wool Contracts have already been
let to girdle with trackage , tho
three acre of water-front proper!)
acquired by the company from the
American .Marino Iron works and
construction of the first unit nf the
building will commence shortly I
The committee for the Catholic
ladles batnar will be at tho assent-'
bty room Monday, Tuesday and Weil-'
nesdsy from 2 until C o'clock to re-'
celvo the donations for the. hataar
Those gosd enough to donato articles
to bo sold should bring thorn or tel
ephone their names and address and
the donations will be called for. 4-7
There will bu ii inrollnr of the
Woodmen of the World Tuesday
evening at the hall at 8 o'clock sharp.
Kvvry Woodman requested to lie pre
sent. Ily order of Council Commander.
General handy man will do odd
Jobs by tho hour. Thorn) 145-W
And shoo In the storo at 20 less
tbsn than regular price this week at
K. K. K store, 29-5
A Classified Ad will sell It.
Young steer beef by the quarter nr
piece. IJ'-to IS cents iter pound, de
livered. Call 2E3-J. -lt
Regular meeting to
morrow night, Tuesday
Evening, Dec. 7th. Im
portant matters of bus-
mess, tie there!
Place: Over Sugar
In opposing discussion of amend
ments; the other Is that tho Argen
tine' delegation has been too preci
pitate In Its action.
Thero Is no Indication that the oth
er South American delegation will
follow the example of Argentina,
most of them favor I'ueyrredon'n
amendments but will not go to the
extent of withdrawing If 'they are
not taken Into consideration.
Opening Date Is
Changed to Dec. IS
The big Catholic Ilaxaar that was
to have been held this week has been
postponed for ono week, due to the
unfinished condition of the Scanda
navlan hall, where It Is to bo held.
Contractor Tborsen has assured Mrs.
Callahan and her co-workers that
everything will be In readiness for
the big event one week lator De
cember 1C, 10, 17 and 18.
The change of date was a great
disappointment to tho ladles, but
they are going to take advantage of
the opportunity to add to the great
variety of. articles to be placed on
sale on this occasion. Preparations
for the bazaar have been underway
for months and It Is to be bigger arid
better than any of Its predecessors.
Each evening a special program
will be arranged, so that there will
not be a dull moment. Saturday night
the affair will close with speelapfea
tures Uiat will be In tho nature of
the frolics and fun of the Mardl
MTAIt TlliaTltr. WILL OI'K.V
llltANCII IIOUMr. AT MKHHILL
F L, Terwllllger went to Merrill
this morning to mako final arrange
ments for the opening of a branch
of the Star theatre In the old Mar
tin store there. The building must
be remndollod unci It wilt he two
weeks before It Is reudy for tho thea
Tho flro at Merrill last summer
destroyed the theatre building occu
pled by the Star and tbo town has
been without "movie" ontortalnmenf
IX THE CIKOUIT (XHfllT OF THK
HTATK OF OKKfiO.Y ,FOIl KM
ItBTIIUNG "FHWT LADV"
WABHINOTON, Doc. 6. Mrs.
Warren ,0, Harding has adopted an
Invitation from. Mrs. Wilson to havo
tea at the white house this alter-
Ilryan J. Hanford, plaintiff,
Gladys I). Hanford. defendant.
In the namo of tha Htato of Ore Ore
eon: You arq hereby required to
appear and iiimwor the complaint
filed ugalnst you In tha ubove en
titled suit, on or beforo tho 23rd
day of January, 1921, that being tho
last day of tho publication of this
Summons and the last day within
which dofendant Is allowed to answer
herein, as fixed by tho court for pub
lication of summons heroin; and If
you fall so to appear and answer,
the plaintiff will apply to tho court
for the relief pruyed for In tho com
plaint filed herein, to-wlt: for a ,do
cree of this ceurt: forever dissolv
ing the bonds of matrimony now ex
isting between plaintiff and defend
ant! that the defendant's maiden
name, to-iwlt: Gladys D. Qaugh, be
restored to her: and for such appear
and further relief as shall appear
Just and equitable In the premises.
This Summons Is norvod by publi
cation In The Evening Ifyirald'a dalln
newspaper published at Klamath
Falls, Klamath County,, Oregon, by
order of tho Honorable D. V. Kuy
Icendall Judgo of said Circuit Court,
dated December 4th 1920, directing
such summons to bo so published
onco a woek for si successive weeks.
Date of first publication horoof Is
Deoeiaber 6th, 1020. t
U. (J. UKOWEIt
I yf ""'Allorney For Plaintiff.
i rtXc; 6-18r80-?T 1-1M8
"Always the Beit for the Liberty Guest"
If. W. POOLK, Owner KOOKK I). TOHHEY, Musical Director
Cosmo Hamilton's Super-Achievement
''EVE IN EXILE"
Sensational Unconventional Dramatic
Extra Today The Fourteenth Chapter of
Starring the great Jack Dempsey. Next
Monday is the last of this great serial story.
"The Heart of Twenty," with Zasu Pitts.
AT MOOSE HALL TONIGHT
ItKAL MM MU8IO IIY THK SYNCOPATING FIVE
Under entirely 10W and strict management.., Host of order us.
-, sureil... Come and Join our party
Admissjpn $1.10 including War 'Tax
Dancing .every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights
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