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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
pJUlMY, IMJGKMniCIt III, II WO.
xo pai'ku tomorrow
Tho Hornld will obsorvo tho
Now Yoitr holiday tomorrow and
llioro will bo no further lssuo of
tho pnpor until Monday.
$75,00(1 AVAII.AM.i: FOH
I-OANH TO KTATK l'AHMKH.S
PORTLAND, Dec. 31. Stftto
Tronsuror lfotf today mndo avnllablo
175,000 tor loans to Oregon farmers
nt six por cont Interest, by substitu
ting tho stato accident funds tor the
school money invested In school dis
AMKHICANS WIN' WORLD
AUCKLAND. Now Zealand. Dec.
31 Tho American team won tho
Davis cup, cmblomatle of tho world's
tonnls championship, by defeating
tho Australian tennis team hero to
day. This Is tho fourth tlmo an
American team has wen tho cup.
Australia has won It six tlmo and
tho British Isles five times.
From a shark weighing S00 pounds
Jt is possible to obtain ten square
feet of leather suitable for boots and
ANOTHKIt OPKOATIOX OX
WASHINGTON. Dec. 31. A sec
ond operation was performed today
upon Senator Chamberlain. Tho Ira
xnodlato results were favorable.
IIAITI8TS WIMi HOLD
Tho Rovorend S. to, Milam, ot tho
(Mrs. William Hollowny and hahy
Baptist church, has porfoctod plans t,ofl ths mornK for Medford whero
to iiout oui-rasnioncii rovivnr meet
ings In tho Uaptlst church, at tho
corner of Klghth and Washington
streets, beginning Sunday, January
S. These, meetings will bo personal
ly conducted by Mr. Mllnm, and will
bo hold every evening, beginning at
7:30, until further notlfo. Tho pub- DCUCr
sho will visit with har parents for
a fow weoks.
12, W Hums, ranger at thn Anno
Creek station In Orator Inkn park,
wlio has been In tho hospital hero
for tho past fnw weoks, Is out today
and reports that ho Is fooling much
He Is Invited to attend.
MltSlClANH TO MKKT
Kvery musician In this city or vi
cinity, who has reached tho ago ot
16 years, and who Is an American
cltlxen, Is requested to attend a
meeting In tho labor council hall,
Sunday morning, January 3, at 11
o'clock. This request Is mado "by
Mrs. Sarah Osborne, temporary sec
rotary ot tho musicians' union and as
matters ot paramount Importance to
all musicians will bo discussed Mrs.
Osborno states that no musician
should absent himself or herself It
It Is possible- to bo present.
TO MAKK 1IOMK HK11K
On January 4, G. Van Kraltngcn
and Miss Anno Van Kraltngcn
will embark on tho steamer Hotter
dam. Holland, and will make their
way directly to this city, whero they
will Join their brother, Anlfiony Van
Kraltngcn, owner of the Holland
house on Main streot. The anxious
ly awaited brother and sister havo
decided to leavo tho land of dykes
and windmills forever, and Intend to
make their homo hero permanently.
DIVOHCK TIUAfc KXD8
The divorce case of Mrs. Sylvia
Hughes against V. C. HXighca camo
to an end last ntght about 10 o'clock
Judgo Kuykendall has reserved bis
decision for about ten days, and In
the meantime the attorneys for both
sides will present written arguments
covering tho case.
SPRING LAKR DIUPPIXGS.
Chas. Mack is baling hay this
Miss Hilda Chaso is spending tho
vacation with Lucille Stewart.
Miss Donna and Earl Mack will
return to their schools Sunday, after
spending the holidays at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schubert, 8r..
and famly spent Christmas with
their daughter, Mrs. Wm. Cheyno.
Storage batterlea freeze. Ask us
about it. Link River Ilattery StaUon.
We are pleased to announce that the
Willard Battery will be told 'at a lower
Link River Battery Station
Seventh and Klamath
Mrs. Loon I.awton loft this morn
ing tor Moilford whoro sho wilt spond
tho week-end with hor mother.
John Johnston was another Kla
math Kails boy to leavo for college
this morning after a ten days vaca
tion spent with his family hero. Ho
Is a studont at tho Orugon agricul
Luko Walker returned last night
from tho Merrill country where ho
spent sovornl days buying cattle.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Mltcholl arn In
town this week from San Francisco.
iW. V. Copeland is spending a fow
days In town from his rnnclt In tho
Port Klamath district.
Leo Houston suffered n painful
accident, when last evening, while at
tempting to rollovo an oir ache, a
hot wator bottlo burst and tho scald
ing water burned him severely. Dr.
Campbell was called In and dressed
Al Marshall was In town yesterday
afternoon from his ranch on Lost
river purchasing supplies from Kla
math Falls merchants.
Tho Woman's Relief Corps will,
hold Installation of officers Monday
night In tho Odd Fellows west halt.
It Is asked that all members bo
Mrs. B. N. Wilson arrived last
ntght from Medford for a visit with
her daughter, Mrs. Harry Geollor.
Dee Alexander, ot Chlloquln, Is a
Klamath Falls visitor today. Ho Is
registered at the Whlto Pelican ho
I). S. Grlgsby who has "ion spend
ing the past few days In Ashland
and Medford returned homo last
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Tower arc
city visitors today from their home
at Keno. They are hero in tbu in
terest ot their son, Hal's health. He
Is III In a local hospital.
F. A. King Is a Klamath Falls vis
itor this week-end fromDunsmulr.
Donald R. Newbury left on tho
morning train tor Mpdford, wliere he
will spend a tew days with his fath
er, Gus Newbury, before returning
to Eugene whero he Is completing
bis last year in the University of Ore
gon. C. A. Stewart Is here ftcm San
Francisco to adjust flra Insurance
Earl Humphrey was a passenger
on the morning train bound for Cor-
vallls. Mr. Humphrey Is a studont
la tho Oregon agricultural college.
Mrs. W. W. Flnloy Is reported f
be quite III at her home on Conger
With Uh Today
Let Us All Pull Together
and make the year 1921
The banner year for Klamalh
Let us forget self interest and re
member only that by building Parks,
improving our homes, paving our
streets, building permanent roads
and an occasional visit with our
neighbors, we can make this a desir
able place in which to live.
Klamath State Bank
The Growing Bank
Located at the" Corner 6th and Main
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howing at tfte
HOBART BOSWORTH in
"BELOW THE SURFACE"
In every way "Below tho Surface" Is a superior
picture a strong story, but not gruesome a daring
theme treated in a daring manner.
The under sea scenes are simply astounding, and by
far the most thrilling over shown.
You'll not bo disappointed in this picture.
At the Theaters
AT TUB LII1KUTV
Tho beautiful streets ot Paris, tho
gorgeous shops, the elaborate hotels,
tho rushing cabs, the well dressed
crowds In fact, evory foaturo that
may be easily recognized by the mil
lions of American boys who have re
cently returned from Franco may bo
seen In "The Devil's Pass Key," tho
story -of Parisian life transferred to,
the screen by Erich von Stroholm,
director of "mind Husbands." His
newest production is at the Liberty
AT TIIK HTAIt
The sea again furnishes the background-
for a strongly dramatic Story
In Hobart Dosworth's latest photo
play, "Below the Surface," which
will be seen on the screen at the Star
SUNDAY CHARLES RAY in
The best that Ray baa mado.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 31.
"Knockout" Kruvosky, second con
vlctod gangster, was today sent
enced to servo a prison term froig
ono to 60 years for attacks upon
girls. HI a sentence Is the same as
was meted out to "Spud" Murphy,
the first gangster convicted.
Automobile owners and operators
of automobiles should procure from
the secretary' of state their llcenson
A 1920 license is no protection aft
er Jan, 1st and owners and operators
are subject to arrest and fin') on and
after Jan. 1st. 1921 unless their 1921
licenses are displayed.
I. R. STRUBLK,
.Will bo- Blvcu by
MR. J, K. IIAMUKHY
UM Crescent Ave.
' Phono 027-M
INSTUiLATIOX OP WOMB.VH HM
I.lKK tuui'N urrii'Min
Installation of officers of,thrf Wom
an's Hollef Corps wilt bo held on
Monday aftornoon, Jan. 3rd, at 3 30
o'clock. In I. O. O. F. hall. All mem
bora aro urged to be present.
31 Press Correspondent.
Ono Sherman Clay special piano
cost $430 for $300, party going away.
Ono 2i tiro wagon now S7C. One
good chanco to atoro any kind of
goods for salo, small commission,
Now fire proof wiring and chimney.
Will have nil goods inventoried and
Insured. If you can't sco tho Joko In
high prices Como In; 123 Eighth
St. Next to Herald office. 31
Machinists, auto mechanics, and
mill wrlghts, como to tho open meet
ing and social at union hall, Tues
day, January 4, at 7:30 p. m. Como
and got a feed and have a good time.
MACHINISTS' LOCAL 1473
The now Ikt Springs bath houso
will be open until 1 o'clock Now
Year's morning so como one and all,
swim tho old year but and tho now
year in. ai'
XOTIOE TO MUHICfANH
All musicians of this city, or vi
cinity who aro Americans and 16
yoars ot ago or older, .are Invited to
attend a mooting In tho labor council
hall, ovor Sugarman's storo, Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
MHH. HAICAH UHHUHNi;,
31 Sec, I'ro-rbm Muslcans' Union.
New Record, Karl Hliephcrdt. !IO-
NEW YEAR'S EVE
"Always the Beit for the Liberty Guest"
FRIDAY NEW YEAR'S EVE FRIDAY
Stroholm's Wonder Production
"THE DEVIL'S PASSKEY"
Acknowledged tho most amazing, tho most startling foaturo
of tho yoar.
Wo will run tho plcturo far Into tho ntght and until 1921 is a
reality. Hold Your Watch Party at tho Liberty.
NEW YEAR'S DAY
Tho big foaturo will bo HILL RUSSELL In
"THE CHALLENGE OF THE LAW"
In tho afternoon wo will havo spoclul wlro ropnrts covering tho i
U, of C. vs. Ohio Stato game at Pasadena. Tho reports will com- i
munco coming In about two o'clock, so got your soats oarly. '
Of courso tho show will bo continuous. J
HKPORTH OP THE DIG GAME HTAHT AT lllfl P. M. 1
SUNDAY "RIO GRANDE"
Big Masque Balljl
White Pelican Hotel
New Year's Night
Under 'Auspices of,
THE HOUHE THAT HKTH THE STANDARD
MONDALE THEATRE "
TODAY AND SATURDAY
MO NKW YKAK'H HIIOW
BESSIE BARRISCALE in
Tho Plcturo You Ciui't PorKt. AUo '
J. Barney Sherry in "High Stakes"
A Myntcry Plctuic. AIno
A BIG V COMEDY
Added Atbsjictlon JOHN DOWN1JY, tho IriMi Tenor, In Now HonjiM.
COMING HUNDAY tho World's HlgKost Picture, MT1IK WHIP"