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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1921)
SATURDAY, JANUAHV 8, 1021.
THE EVENING .HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
UP FOR SALE
PRICE OF RACE RIOTS
AT THE THEATRES
Labor Leader Ready
(Contlnuod from rngo 1)
Ponrl Whlto, "tho inarvol of tho
ecrocn," Is coming to tho Llborty
thoatro Sunday, being prcsontcil by
William Fojc Inm spoclal production,
"Tho Whlto Moll," a Btlrrlng Btory
ot liro In Now York's underworld.
This Is her frst big production
sho having horctoforo devoted hor
ecrocn work to sorlnls.
Tho Btory was written by Frank
It. I'nckard, author ot "tlio Mlraclo
Man," and tho Bccnario by E. Lloyd
Sholdon. It deals with Rhoda, n
girl crook ot the slums, who, having
Boon tho light In a startling mlrnclo
performed in St. Agnes' church
whoro her father Is killed trying to
rob tho poor box determines to ro
form and labor to aid thoso In tho
undorworld. As a settlement work'
- or sho becomes known by tho crooks
nnd gangsters as "Tho Whlto Moll."
Her work has started to bear
fruit. "'"Tho Sparrow," a notorious
safo burglar, who has served a long
torm In prison is relcasod. When
''Tho Dangler," leader of the gang
torapta tho released convict to ro
turn to his his unlawful trado, "Tho
Whlto Moll," who has been caring
(or his aged mother, steps In and
wins tho Sparrow's promlso to go
Straight. Dut sho Incurs tho enmity
ot tho Danglor, who determines to
"frnmo" tho Sparrow. Then boglns
a scries ot thrilling experiences,
which,, It Is said,' mako tho picture
ono ot tho most fascinating and
hcart-nppoallng over screoncd.
Tho struggle ot tho defenders ot
world democracy against German
kultnr Is pictured with tho forco ot
a great epic In D. W. Griffith's tro
mondous lovo story ot tho present
war, "Hoarts ot tho World," which
opens Us local engagement In this
city at tho Mondalo Sunday and
The big film Is th? finest examplo
of Griffith's art and, is a drama ot
Ufa and lovo, hope and fear, Joy and
sorrow, and at tho samo tlmo a tro
mondously stirring patriotic story.
It Isn't that D. W. Griffith's big
play has more guns In It than any
othor war play; It Isn't because it
hows .11 fo In tho trenches as It Is,
(or theso things havo been shown
tlmo nnd tlmo again without num
ber; It Isn't because , of 'the photog
raphy and the exteriors aro wondor-
(ally beautiful, not. that tho cast Is
"Always the Best for
Kinged In the Cunndlnn tVIItU Is
"UNDER NORTHERN LIGHTS"
And if you like outdoor pluys tills will plca-so )ou.
Our first big special for 1031 If
"THE WHITE MOLL"
Wo nlsu hnve soino additional pIctun-N hhoulng what iin automobile
really Is capable, of, so don't iiiIns the Sunday bhow, as the entire
pnognnti Im most excellent.
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Tlio Picture that Every 100 Per Cent American Should See.
J). W. GRIFFITH'S 1S-REEL MASTERPIECE
"HEARTS OF THE WORLD"
Tlio Sweetest Lovo Story Ever Told A Romance of tlio Great War
Eighteen 'Months In Making a Three Hour Show.
CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY
Stars at 1:00 O'clock Sharp
Coming Tuesday Pantages Vaudeville
and Roy Stewart
"HKAICTS OP TUB "WORLD" will show you why you should help
' the" Poor Children of Europe.
woll chosen nnd tho stor yls intense
ly interesting nnd human. It Is bo
causo ovory character in tho piny
Whothor or not you aro Interested
In tho problems of hon'.tty advanc
ed by Robert W. Chnmbors In "Tlio
Fighting Chance," you will bo en
tertained by tho lavish screen vorslon
of tho popular novel which Is coming
to tho Star thoatro tonight.
Tho story centers around tho ef
forts ot Stophcn Siwnrd nnd Sylvia
Lnndls, both youthful members ot
Now York Boclcty. to fight off tlio
weakness In their erring ancestors
Tho man 1ms nn insatiable craving
for alcohol, and the girl has n ur-
vortod sense ot moral and ethical
standards. Craving tho luxury that
money brings, sho has becomo en
gaged to a multl-mllllonnlro. Then
Stephon comos along. Tho dramatic
events that follow form the main
plot of tho photoplay.
All ot tho brilliant society atmos
phero that has mndo Mr. Chnmbors
a favorite American autohor has been
retained, it Is said, In tho plcturlzcd
"Tho Fighting Chanco." Anna Q.
Nllsson and Conrad Nagol havo tho
.leading roles. Tho picture which Is
a Paramount-Artcratt, was directed
by Charles Malgne.
Lionel Bnrrymoro In "Tho Master
Mind," will bo tho attraction at tho
Star thoatro, beginning Sunday. This
Is tho first of a series of Darrymoro
photoplays to bo presented by tho As
sociated First National and It Is
clalmod to bo one of tho sensatlona,
screen masterpieces of tho season.
Mr. Darrymoro Is himself authority
for tho statement that ho has never
had n role which provided a wider
latitude for his talents.
KLKS SHOW TOX1GIIT
Membors of tho Elks lodge and
their friends aro proparlng for nn
ovonlng of ontortatnment tonight nt,
tho Elks Temple, when Miss Allco
Shrodo, child cntortalnor occupies
tho stage. Thoro aronb reserved
seats. Tickets will bo'otf sale at tho
A hen cackles aftor laying an egg
to denoto pleasure; this noise Is said
by some scientists to be akin to hu
the Liberty Quest"
Topic dft N, E. A.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan .
Tho "great problom In Amorli-nn ed
ucation tho rural .school" will be
tho first topic considered by tho do
pnrtmont ot BUporlntondonce of tho
National Education nssnchttim when
It moots nt Alnutic City, February
26-Mnrch 3, Association hca.lqunrtors
lioro havo estimated Hint SOOO odui'.i
tors will nttond 1I1U mooting and
thoso of the National Society of Vo
cational ICducutlon, tlin National
Council of Education nnd otliT de
partment and ulliod ns'ioclntlons
which will also moot In Atlantic City
nt this tlmo.
Ono cntlro session of tho depart
ment of superintendence will bo giv
en over to tho consideration ot what
tho rural schools havo accomplished
nnd what steps havo been taken to
better thorn. Tho tentntlvo list of
speakers on this topic Include') Will
C. Wood, stato superintendent ot ed
ucation In California; W. L. Harding,
retiring governor of Iowa; W. C. ling
loy of tho Tcnchers' collogo, Now
York and Ralph Decker, superintend
ent ot schools in Sussex county, Now
How to get hotter teaching will bo
anothor topic at tho meeting and oth
or sosslons will bo devoted to prob
lems peculiar to tho duties ot BChool
superintendents. City, county and
stato superintendents from all sec
tions of tho country havo been ask
ed to tako part In theso discussions.
A number ot special addrosses aro
also on tho tontatlvo program ot tho
convention. Tho list ot spoakors In
cludes Sir Auckland Gcddes, ambas
sador from Great Britain; Represent
utlvo H. M. Towner ot Iowa who In
troduced in congress tho bill to cro
nto a federal department of educa
tion; Nicholas Murray Buttou univer
sity; Dr. P. P. Claxton, Unltod States
commissioner ot education, and Dr.
John' II. FInloy, commissioner of ed
ucation for tho stato of Now York.
These addrosses aro to bo glvon at
genoral ovenlng sosslons ot the de
partment but their subjects havo not
VICK PRESIDENT CAN
MILK, HUT PHOTOaitArit
WAS PUKE CAMOUFLAGE
SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Jan. 8
VIco President-elect Coolldgo can
milk a cow, but ho did not milk the
ono ho was represented as milking
In a photograpn taken last July
whllo he was on a vacation at his
father's farm In Plymouth, Vt., aft
or his nomination In Chicago. How-
over, It was tho cow's fault and not
In explaining tho misrepresenta
tion to Horaco A. Moses, president
of the Hampden county Improvement
league, Governor Coolldgo said that
the cow was a creaturo of tempora
ment and Insisted on bolng milked
Indoors. Tho plcturo roleased to
tho pross last summer, showed tho
candldato In tho accepted position
tor milking, and apparently gottlng
"You see," ho said, "sho has nl
ways boon accustomed to bolng milk-
od Indoors and whon I approachod
her with a pall and milking stood
sho quite naturally In accordanco
with long established precedent,
started for tho barn door."
It took sovornl minutes of coax
ing beforo tho cow would so far
depart from, tho law and ordor ot
her ways as to stand In tho barn
yard while tho govornor had a pro
fenso of milking hor. To really do
so out-ot-dobra was quite out of tho
question, ho" declared.
Lumber Men Are
(Continued from pago 1)
aro. rapidly readjusted, that it was
possible that tho plant would be
erected this summer.
Tho presont mill has a yenrly ca
pacity of 34,000,000 feet. It will
contlnuo to opornto, so that tho ex
pansion plan will glvo tho company
a milling capacity ot easily 80,000,
000 feet a year, and tho logging
road will glvo It access to 8GO.O0O,
000 feot of fine timber.
Pelican Hay Taps Timber.
Tho Pelican Bay company's log
ging road Into tho Bear Crook unit,
north ot Kirk, tapping 600,000,
000 feet of now timber, is ready
for operation during the coming sea
son. Tho lumbor will bo manufac
tured at the plant north ot this city.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will sell at public auction,
to the highest bidder, for cash In
nana, on Tnuraday January 20,
1921, at 2:30 o'clock p. m. at O. K.
Livery Barn, 6th Street, Klamath
Falls, Oregon, one bay gelding aged
about 12 years, wolght about 1300
pounds, brand, quarter circles on loft
blp, to satisfy, my lien, for tho board
and care of said unlraaU"
Dated: January 5, 1921.
Holnlo Groh, third baseman for tho
Cincinnati Reds, may land on somo
othor club by trndo or otherwlso bo
foro springtime Tho Now York
Giants havo offered $150,000 and n
catcher for Holnlo, but Garry Herr
mann can't soo It. Just tho samo
Groh Is Herrmann's pawn nnd ho'll
trado him If ho can get tho right com
bination In return.
J'EWER MISHAPS TO
LAKE SHIPPING 120
DETROIT, Mich., Jan. 8. Mark
ed roductlon In tho number ot mar
ine disasters on tho Great Lakes dur
ing tho 1920 season, compnrod with
1919, Is shown In tho 'records o
shipping companies here. Durlti'
1920 thoro wcro eight vessel lotto
and 29 lives lost, against 19 vessel
losses nnd 80 lives lost the preced
Tho 29 persons who lost their lives
last year perished when the rteam
or Suporlor City sank In Lake Su
perior off Whltetlsh point. This oc
curred on tho night of August 20
after a collision with steamer Willis
Tho collision is said to havo been
duo to a fog. Tho Stiporior City Bank
00 quickly nttcr tho collision It was
lmposslblo to launch boats, accord
ing to tho stories of four s'.rvlvnrs.
Ono of thoso lost was n woman, wife
of tho second onglneor.
In London during tho Great
plaguo of 1C65 smoking was not only
oncouragod among tho children, It
was actually enforced, under sovoru
In pressing tholr claim. Recent testi
mony glvon by Mr. Graco of tho
Unltod StatoH Stool corporation be
foro tho Now York Investigation com1
in lit no shows that organization do
tormluod to maintain tho principle
of tho oiton shop, and manufacturers
gonornlly appear to bo fnvnnhln to
tho stool corporation's position. Ad
vocates of tho open nliop maintain
that a man's right to work Is nn In
nllonnblo as his right to quit, and the
loss ot public sympathy which or
ganized labor hns miff oral during
tlio past few years mnkes It difficult
to combat this proposition.
In splto of this nnfavoralilo posi
tion, organized labor Is putting up a
splrltod tight, and, whllo Wages nro
bound to coma down, thoro Is no
question that tlioy wilt remain high
er than tho pro-wnr standard. Nejth
er will wngPH come down without n
corresponding graduation in roU of
Outlook Is Hmltliy
Observers horo hollovo Hint tho
presont. situation lias healthy tended
clos nnd will result In n readjustment
of tho relations between capital and
labor. Tho chief danger socn nt pro
sent Is In tho possibility that capital
may become arrogant and invoko tho
sumo robuko that has Just been ad
ministered to tho poworful labor organizations.
A physician of Stockton. Calif,,
visits his nntlontH by noroplnno.
"THE FIGHTING CHANCE"
From tho (nuioiut novel by Robert W. Chambers
A special ull-stnr cant Iium boon uxxeliiblcd for tills
"THE MASTER MIND"
The Seawn'M Soul-Stirring Herniation.
Let Us All Pull Together
and make the year 1921
The banner year for Klamath
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
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON .
Jamos Lnwronco, schoolboy,
dead an Innocent victim of the ro
cent race rioting at Iudopondcnco,
Kansas, Tho shooting followed thd
murdor ot R, II. Wharton, n grocor,
by n negro.
COMVAIIKM BRITISH AND JAP
NAVY WITH UNCLE HAM'S
WASHINGTON, Jan. 8. Informa
tion In possession of tho government'
shows that tho prosent nnval strength
ot this country Is about halt that of
Great Britain, nnd moro than double
Jnpan's sea powor.
With Us Today
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