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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLf, OHIO.
MAIUlUMr; DMOKMHKR IB, 1M9.
j At the Theaters
"Tho Hollo of the oSsson," will lerro
as a rttttnrf tribute to the finished
art nnd skill of this noble young
hero, who, In tha spring of a success
ful citrccr heeded the rnll ot his
country nnd kayo his nil.
THK ItinttHTV THKATHK
An Item at significance regarding
tho Metro production of "Tho llelle
of tho Season," In which' tlio charm
Jug Kmrny Wehlen trill ho seen ns
tho star nt the Liberty thestro to
night, Is tho regrolablo fuel thnt Miss
Vfohlon'a director, young 8 Hnnktn
lrow, son of tho Into Sydney Drew
and nophow ot John Drew, lett this It Is n study deftly
country upon the completion ot the three In a powerful
plrturo to Join tho nortal fighting
forms In France.
Mr. Drew never will
"Tho Money-Chnngers," tho nil-
star llenjamlii 11. Ilnmplan-l'nltie
feature at tho Liberty thestro Suit
day Is not a crook play or n drnmii ot
high finance, nor n Chinese play, but
story of New
York that takes In nllko the glitter-
tng splendor ot tho richest clt
return, but 'highest society nnd the colorful. m)a-
terlous, drug laden atmosphere of the
laltsts tar aboro tho ordinary. Tho
acts wilt servo'to bring tho big Jump
between San Francisco nnd Portland,
with Crawford, operator par eicoll-
lonco, handling tho pictures, these
openings nt tho Mondalo should proVe
to be Just tho tilings that the whole-
somc-nmusomonl losing public ot
THK NT.Ut TIII'.lTlli:
Tho Famous Players l.asky corpor
ation hno mndo n now re-Issue with
an entirely now version ot Jack Lon
don's famous story "Tho Sea Wolf"
which will bo shown nt the Slur
theatre tonight only This picture
was to hno been shown list night
but did not nrrle on account of train
delnjs, so It will be shown tonight
only, but two complete performances
Vaudeville, direct trom the lnn-tn''l"K IB nnd 9 o'clock llol
tages time, will bo a feature nt the "r "orth cannot be excelled ns
Tho Ideal gift for women nnd.Mnn.l.itn thn.it r ....rv Ttiemtnv niul "The Sea Wolf" If you crave excite-
fclrli. Comb. brushes, mirrors, Wednesday evening, nccording to mont 'oft mjss the ' Sea Worlf "
Jewel boxen, pin cushions, hair ro- Manager Ted White, who. nlo nn-,
wlvom. puff bote. Trices from COc nouncr ,nal lnp " of ,hc "nUK'
ncis win oo presenieu nexi luesuay.
December 21. Lewis & Uwls will
tnrntah the entertainment, nnd they
lime the reputation ot being Jiux art
ists and singing and dancing spec-
Willi I's Tijli)
knowing at the
Jack London's Greatest Story
"THE SEA WOLF"
This picture la a new version and a now Issue put out
by The Famous Players Lasky Corporation, it they de
cided It was one ot the best pictures they had, ever
llobart Dovwortli Stan In thU Grvut
Tomorrow Constance Talmadge
in "GOOD REFERENCES"
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"Always the Best for the Liberty Guest"
U. W. POOLK. Owner HOUKIt I). TOUHKV, JIuslcal Director
Dainty Emmy Wehlen "the richest girl In tho world" In. ,
"THE BELLE OF THE SEASON"
A Sunshine Comedy, and cur usual funny Literary Digest Topics.
No lover of life or seeker ot adventure should miss tbo exciting
thrills or overwhelming climaxes of Upton Sinclair's
" THE MONEY CHANGERS "
"Where a drug on tho market
Is turned Into gold;
Where the fumes of tho poppy
Turn flesh Into mould."
Continuous performance beginning at 1:30
100 PER CENT UNION
The House of Comfort
; SUNDAY AND MONDAY
: , -In-
Ilex Deach'a Masterpiece. A Dictum vou will nnvnr tnmt Bat
I in tbo snow and,nuirf,wildornes of the Alaskan gold fields, where
' v.nn'a rtlw fit.vkd.ul uru it fifa VI... In l.fa .mrt.l ..l.l. ..! . ..
and scarlet 'wosaenV'
' ' tiAwl ho' Other Pictures.
AJTwo Dollar flhoiv for IW Cents,
n it .CoiUlnuoiw ftliowHUH Sunday at liHO.
:mlng.;fu'c4y'-iTrtailtaH'H iVAUdovllle, mid Itoy f
saaalaal )W T iit
The old ndnBo that it is better to be
a big fish in n little fry than a little
fish in a big fry is open to discussion.
But the fact still remains, so far as
banking is concerned, that it is bet
ter to grow with a growing bank
than never to grow at all, and for
this reason we solicit your business.
Klamath State Bank
The Growing Bank .
Located nt tho Corner 6th nnd Main
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
( Constance Talmadgo says that she
, would rather take part ot a pbor
jworklng girl than portray any other
luirasut, Dccauxe ai one iimn sne
expected to become a stenographer
"I would have studied stenography
had It not been for Norma s entrance
Into motion pictures, ' she said "Then
the picture bug hit me I got Into
the habit ot accompanying my sister
to the studio and ono day bad a
chance to earn IS as an extra girl, t
was very glad, as t believe In girts
earning their own living That Is
why I am so sympathetic towards the
'working girl, for I feel that I am one
:of them nt heart "
i Constance Talmadgo is poorer front
I a standpoint ot dollars ami ronts
than over beforo as the iiuruliui in
"(Sood References," her latest First
'National starring ehlcl. whld w II
In. shown at tbo Star theatre Sun
, As Mary Woyno. Connie finds her
self In Journoy's Knd, a boarding
1 house where the clear old landlady
'with a 64, bust, makes n wild clutch
for board In advance and succeeds
I nreduclng her fair )nung hoarder's
net capital of J." to a lonesomn pslr
of "Iron-men "
Worse than that, she tries to grt
i a Job but nil the boys behind the
tmohogany desks nrq stony-hearted
juliout young ladles who want to ho
I stenographers nnd who hato no ref ,
i Mow Mary Wayno breaks Into 9
Irun ot good luck thnt begins with her
I pal being taken, sick, leaving a Job
lopen for someone to fill and giving1
I Mary an opportunity to borrow n set
of references. Is cleverly portraed
by Mlsa Talmadge Iti her own whim
steal and Immltnble way.
Wt tmp but Kite M-nlce.
the ln Mr tan
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lluy your .Xnus candles at the lllut,
When storage batteries freei It
means a new battery Well tell you
how to avoid such a rataitruphr
Link HUfr Ilaltery Station IS 31
I wish to announce ttiit I will not
be rrtpomlbl for any debts Incurred
by my wife '
t7 t Mil HAIIT
Fancy Xniatc randies parked
order at the lllu Illrd
Our specialty is candy pickfd It
order In sny qusntliy. Th Ills
1 Illrd It
! Theatre Barrels
j Spuds, Apples
I Tho freo matinee for tho kiddles
given by the management of tho Lib
erty theatre this morning was a
huge success. Dally decorated Christ
mas barrels labeled potatoes nnd ap
ples wore placed In front of the thea
tre and children were asked to
bring cither apples or potatoes or
'other supplies for tha Ited Cross and
drop them In the barrels beforo go
ing Into tho building, but this won
not necessary because unj child
could see tbo show fre? of chntg
If ho so desired.
At the close of the imitlio thuro
were two barrels ot potatoes and
a barrel and a half ot apphu at well
as other miscellaneous things that
can bo used by tho HeJ Crom to feed
needy tots and their families on
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Join the crowd at the Closing Ball at the
Mask if you like. Special prizes are of
fered to those who wear costumes.
The Big Bazaar will dose this evening.
Don't fail to take advantage of the oppor
tunity to buy that Xmas gift from the large
number of exquisite embroideries that will
be on sale.
r2.C0 to 110.00.