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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1921)
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MONDAY. JANVAItY 10, 1021.
TpgTyENlNG HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Expects to Share
In Old Spanish Estate
in So. California
Tomorrow morning Mrs. Edward
Esplnosa and Mrs. W. T. Leo will
entrain for California, for Santa
Barbara and Los Angeles, to be spe
cific, and It Is their intention to
spond about two months there enjoy
ing the well-known salubrious
cllmato, tho everlasting flowers, and
numerous acquaintances which botli
ladles enjoy In that vicinity. Mrs.
Leo, howover, .expects; to go on to
Los Angclos without 'delay, and will
visit her mother thero. Mrs. Espl
nosa, whoso husband presides over
ono of tho linotype machines In tho
Herald office, lived In Santa Bargara
prior to coming, hero to live, and, of
courso, will ffnd manV friends and
many tilings to occupy her time
thero. Primarily, sho is making tho
trip to learn tho progress made in
tho effort to scttlo ud an old Span
ish estate of which, Bho Is one of the
heirs, butsho does not Intend to let
tho pleasant anticipation of sharing
In tho estato transcend her other
pleasures while ( there. t Residence
hero, sho "f InaV tias Its appeal, and
sho has learned to ltko this city, and
Ita people; and her "return here
nbout two montiiqhcnce will bring
to her pleasure equal to that, sho
feels will bo"her's when sho arrives
In tho land of flowers and olives and
sunshine a 'few days hence. About
threo weeks beforo she returns sho
will go to Los Angeles to meet Mrs.
Lee and they will then enjoy tho
pleasures of Loa, Angeles together,
and dcslrablo tor allpeoplo who like
Esplnosa will fry" their own bacon,
consolo with each othor, and trust
that their nelghboro will bo good to
them and slip them something oc
casionally that will be superior to
nnythlng they can conjure up in the
At the Theaters J .
Touching Up the Sore Spots
THE BTAJt "lvi
Tho Master Mind starrUc UodSh MWC'
Barrrmorn which ban its final ako
lng at tho Star thcatro tonbrktii ei
of the most lntcrcstfnf torts of the
screen that hasevpr., bee, ttw la
tho cltv. YouUl wonder, froa. tka atari
to the finish what the Meae art Jt
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It ranks with tho Penalty Ui 1U tki J'B
sort that everyone enjoys.
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Shown here with Dorothy Qiah,
the movie actress, Is her huiband.
James Rennle. Dorothy and Con
stance Tnlaiadge "etoeed',1 with
their sweethearts f'Metkeri olu
and sister Lillian tblrifsitwai
mean trick they'd, keve enjoyed
the affair. And Mother Talmadge
was quite put out. Out, of course
the girls got .lots ,,pf publicity.
Rennle Is an actor.' Constant
married a Qreek tobacco ImoorUr.
X Claaslfloa Ad will Mil it.
Elaine Hammorsteln, who trams-
la tes womanly emotion on tk sores.
with moro clarity than May .otkerj
actress of the day lias a new, lateaie
rolo In her latest Selznlck. picture,
"The Point of View," which,' will ka
presonted at the Star theatre Taoa-t
As the misunderstood win of
breezy son of tho west, aaerlncia
hor own desires to help her V4f
brother pursue a musical cearse,
sho reaches a pinnacle tkat. at '"
her as a truly groat erodjieaal at-j'''- ??y'
ress. Yet in an nor pwinrae,
Hammorsteln has appexti.t-MT
that subtlo touch of deft wuuiljr
ness so nocessary In patinas. MgTf''
lng photodrama oiii&jj0lAr? -""j
tense story, whery "fnrftmin
would Jar. Miss HairWateaaAMe
her presentation geny; & fcr ' J,,
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Those who nave not', itm mMurYV
White, presented for .Jj&iJW U-e
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rinptlnn 'The Wlllto . MoVI."1Tsoll
do so without further 'oSiltr,,fllfBkn OT'
closes hor successfut eBtifilrtswpBt
tho Liberty theater 'uuin. -?
Whito Moll" was wrlttfa
L. Packard, celebrate4 Vkaifoet
'"The Miracle Man," but carrlM aM
oven moro powerful .PjKM'MeTLY
latter narative. The Kejimrto, iwil
Icntly done, vi by E. UoVfjUM.
Pearl White has a stroag. rl, !
Rhoda, "The White 'Moll," a orok
turned settlement worker, 'am ttara
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Tho Ilou-oe of the 'rbllMSf Dial1 'U
Distinctive Photf4Mt' ''
Tho featuro picture afr U'Llt1t
Tuesday breathes the air of oil Ijoh
lalana. Few picture thW.'ikaa
made which so conTlioiaaljrorsmrrr
the atmosphere of lti.ioatat :m
exteriors are perfect bMaamtka ft
ducer ovldently wentitstaatteiwatr
heart of the country, Trtaatrvfti taa
atory dealsH and shot kU Mta 4t-
rect from trie original. 'ITa lafactora
show a fine appreclattoa (Hi oli
Southern homes. ir rt iwa
May McAvoy Is 'splarflrt tka
role of a poor little Sotttkrm,-trl sm4
Bruce Oordon Is a. mnalaarrt asta
manly hero. Severatrlkm ekar
acterlzations by othr.iiafc;t
th't all-star oust arc most !fwtkjVl
praise. s nf jj
"The Houvj or the ToltUjt Ml'
should attract to the J!iVtr all at
thing now" in pnotoplay, fjataraa.lt
is worth while from' er'arf Mlat of
view. ' srw
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jBgMiv, hmuiu uuuvr .vil ;caiciuuj
Upr JRerUaad for a brief, visit.
5jW Henley and mother are hore
I toia ftun the Henley district.
''r,lj Bbwne of Bonanza is hero
ttfOay ek: business Visit.
ft J. T.'Cot of Cox Bros., of Olene.
ntttr in town today.
B. J. mil is In town from tho Wll-
9turtUartln of Malin Is a busl
aaiis Ylsltor hero today.
jtJBUltftatePBon Is up from Mpr-
SPOKANE, Jan. 19
here .tonight of James 's
millionaire mining oparatoKvC
lace, Idaho, Is expected
tlonal llcht on the alii
of John B. Mlllholland 'aa"4- J
Hougn, oy wnicn, aaaaruaf -jjj
tho authorities yeteraayT',flp)laf)U
was defrauded of 9SJtM,1kr1i
forgery of bonds.
Mlllholland shot hlavsaU to
last night after enUrlafa,
pact with Hough. Tfc UttVMnH
garded tho pact and rvJa4 tljV
leged embezzlement. Hkag.s., uu
arrest. -, iAi-i t
Rowing at the
"THE MASTER MIND"
One 6f th most Interesting photoplays that wa kt
had, and it its one mat noiaa your hwbuqb w r
m la alimvlntf.
LARRY SEMON8 in another riot "SOIilD COXCIUaXaT I
4lh EpUodeof "THE LOST CITY'
and ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN in '
"THE POINT OF VIEW"
nOTT' ?ChiId Artist
Personal Mention y DeUghts Audience
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At Elks' Temple' WANTi:i Cloiin cotton runs, Drum-
r I mond Print Shop. 10-12
.padVcDonald has resigned
paattiflayai, advertising manager
k Kkuaath Record.
j. a iM.rl.
Tkoaiis.t Lynch and F. P. Brlggs
art kara from Merrill today on Jury
V. N. and Percy Orlzez, Bonanza
aAwialU-bperators, are In town today
trait tka mill.
'Jfr: Aad Mrs. James Allnutt left
Satkrdiy 'attend the funeral of the
!&? ipptbec. at Ashland.
rif.'aS'd Mrs. Sidney Abbott left to
day fo.ee.burg for several weeks'
Mr. Jaases Watklns Is visiting
Wtk ker' mother In Roseburg for
' fr. aa4.Mrs. John-Martin return
4 sktnrday night fro;n8an Fran-
' Tfcerewlll be a meeting of the
okMl kaard of District No. 1 this
artaeaeae at 4:30 o'clock. Routine
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Knight, who
kara reaUad at 224 High street, left
tkfa marmlng for Los Angoles to re-
W. J;TRberts, formorly Interested
XHO 4m. tka mebwts & Whltmoro grocery
kara, It Itv town for a few days oust-
Tlalt from bis homo in ash-
ll... CtKiimkl linn KAltlVnAil
lv)7 lll MM) IVUUll ibiuiiicu
.freas, Portland to make her nome
kara. For several years MIbb Blew-
Trt vu principal of tho RIvorsldo
A. . Kackerson Is In tho city to-
'kay fraas. Odessa on a business visit.
TaIm IfAnnt fa n Klnmath Vnllfl
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Tiaitf iresa nis lurm ou iuu tuorriu
T. B. Cenley has taken a position
'Twak.tkejBJar Drug company. He
ssnployod by pharmacies in
' Waramt'and Kansas City, prior
I to oaaatofkere.
.Qsarga. J. Ulrlch, local manager
tka New York Mutual Life In-
p''tnjuee.ea)Bpany, returned Saturday
itrremtBa xroat I'ortianu wnero ne at-
;tk-stato convention of the
Kaaale Qlacomlnl of Merrill
krturjaarjmornlng to resume her
-the univeraity oi uaiuor-
er eeher, Mrs. M. Qlacomlnl
sa kere over Sunday ana ra
Miss Allco Shrode, 12 year old en
tortnlner, proved to bo all Mint her
advance notices claimed when sho
appeared for the entertainment of
tho audience at the Elks temple Sat
Tho llttlo Indy sang, danced mid
did impersonations with a grace and
skill that stamped her ns a kciiuIiio
nrtist. She left a most pleasing Im
pression upon all who wore fortun
ato enough to hoar her.
Odd Fellows' Lodge
The following officers of Klamath
Lodgo So. 137, I. O. O. F were in
stalled at Friday night's meeting:
H. II. Oglo, Noble firund; Clms,
Nowman, Vlco Grand; (i. B. Mangiie,
secretary; W. D. Cofer, treasuror;
Miles Llpport, warden; J. V. Brew
baker, conductor; F. B. Bremor, It.
S. N. (I.: J. II. Housoon, L. S. N. 0.;
J. K. Seeds, It. S. V. O.; Maurlcol
Boan, L. 8. V. O.j Roy Fouch, I. O.;
A. B. Lund, O. 0.; K. II. Llnvlllo, R. '
S. S.; Claude Solomon, L. S. S.; II.
V. Brown, Chaplain; Carl Adams,
CURL WANTS POSITION In family.
Call corner Ninth and Plum St.
FOR SALi: 3-room lionxo In Mills
addition. Close to school. Lot
C0xl20. Prlco )1800. Terms If de
sired. Inquire 2138 Orchard St
FOR RENT Steam heated room.
UHO of phono and bath. 803 Lin
coln. Phono 257. 10-12
FOR SALK CO tons nlfnt.'ii hay In
ntuck, 1S fed out. (iooil feed
yard. 15 tong In barn at flG. Merrill
Highway. Jay Falrclo. 10-20
FOR RKNT Furnished bodrocim for
ono or two gontlomon, brick build
ing. Klamath Rooiiih, C2U Main, Tele
phono 208-J. 10-12
FOR 8ALI-Lot 215x172 on Spring
stroot. Alt Improvements, owner
needs cash, will sell at sacrifice,
1950. Address H. Kindred 56(11 (Irovo
St., Oakland, Calif. 10-12
LOST Klk tooth watch charm, Sun
day. Flndor notify Western Trans
for Co. Rownrd. 10-12
FOR SALK Cook stovo,
165-W. A. 8. Ford.
WANTED A girl or woman for
general housowork. Inquire at
1 1121 Lincoln or phono ,334-R. 10-11
(Continued fiom rago 1)
him as a friend and fellow citizen.
We feel that n great majority of
the people of the Klamath project
would unhcstltotlngly Join with us
In thin nxnregslnn nf nnnroclntlon of
the work of tho reclamation service.
wore they given an opportunity.
George W. Offleld, President,
Klamath Irrigation District
A. L. Marshall, Director, Kla
math Irrigation District.
R. E. Bradbury, Director, Kla
math Irrigation District.
F. D. Fletcher, Attorney, Kla
math Irrigation District.
A. L. Wlshard, Secretary, Kla
math Irrigation District.
). K. 8. NOTICE
Thero will be Installation of of-
I fleers at tho regular meeting of
Aloah Chapter, No. 01, O ,E. S
' Tuesday, Jnn. 11, 1921 at 7:30 p. m.
KFFIU S. CHASTAIN, W. M.
MERRILL, Jan. 10. The funeral
of Frances Isabel Stephenson, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ste
phenson, aged 1 year and 2G days,
who died last Thursday from pneu
monia, took place from the family
home here, Elder Wade of Klamath
Falls officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Ste
phenson havo the heartfelt sympathy
of many friends lu their bereavement.
C. Walton, Jr., of Chlloiiuln, .z
here on business Saturday.
F. B. McElwell was in from Pine
C. R. Jordan of Medford arrived
horo yesterday, and is staying at the
White Pelican hotel.
P. M. Orlsez of Ilonunza registered
at the White Pelican hotel yester
day. Mrs. W. Sedge was amoug tha vis
itors from Dairy in town yesterday.
She was a guest of tho White l'ellcjn
Mrs. Mary E, Moore returned to
Roseburg today after a visit of
three days at the home of her son,
Raymond Moore. Prior to coming
hero Mrs. Moore made un extended
visit In California with relatives and
ANNOUNCES WAflK CUT
(GREENVILLE, Cal., Jun. 10. A
geuoral cut In wages was made by
Btono & Webster this week on tho
works of the Great Western Power
company's hydro-eloctrlc power prop
osition at Prattvlllo. In no case was
the decreaso over $1 a day.
Tho men havo boon receiving largo
wages with a liberal bonus, with but
a nominal sum charged for board.
With the announcement of the cut
some of tho men loft, but others camo
in at onco to tako their places.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 10. IJxton
Hive Investigation Into thn activities
of American lumber manufacturers,
through national and roglonul organ
izations, Is being mndo by tho do
pnitment of Justice with tho assist
ance of tho federal tradu commix
hIoii, This was itlscloKcd In n report in
congress mmlo by tho tiailo commis
sion In connection with tho Inquiry
being conducted by u senalo com
mittee ou housing and reconstruc
tion. Tho report, tlio commission says, Is
designed to show tho activities of tho
mnuufncturorx nnd their attitude
toward national legislation, amend
ments to reU'ime laws, elimination of
competitive woods, control of price
and pioductlon, restriction of rofnr
estratlon and othor matters.
OLIVES NOW IHJVO.VI)
SUSPICION SAYS EXPERTS
8ACRAMENTO, Jan. 10. Now
methods used by tho rlpn ollvo fac
tories of Qnllfornln, by which the,
olives uW processed under tho best
sanitary conditions nnd nro perfect
ly sterilized In hermetically senlod
containers beforo offered for sale,
havo received tho approval of Profes
sor W. V. Cruess of tho fruit pro
ducts laboratory of tho University of
California College of Agriculture.
Fruit thus processed Is pronounced
Theso method are tho result of
Investigations made In co-operation
by tho University of California, Stan
ford Unlverstly, tho ntnto board of
health, the United States sorvlco, and
tho national canners association.
Head of Cattle;
One hundred and nine head of fine
alfalfa fed steers, fattonod by Orb
Campbell during tho wlntor, will bo
shipped tomorrow. Tho cnttlo were
purchased by the Miller & Lux com
pany of 8on Francisco.
Flvo hundred head of lambs are
being fed by James Henley at his
ranch In tho Henley district for the
January market nnd 800 lambs are
being fed by Con Curtln for Janu
ary delivory, Mr. Henley said today.
RAIN MAKES (ill.VINd
GOOD IN L. FORESTS
REDDING. Cal., Jan. 10. Tho
Lasson National forest will graze
moro stock this season than for
threo years past, all because the rain
has been very heavy so fur.
The office In Red Bluff has mailed
blanks to all stockmen who had por
mlts lust season. Applications are
oxpectod to bo filed not later than
W. GRIFFITH'S Vi
A Wiroo Hour Show.
TWO SHOWS 0:110 and 8:00
COMING TUESDAY 1UNTAGKH
VAUDEVILLK, HARRY CAIIEY
nnd ROY STEWART on mimo bill.
"Always the Best for the Liberty Guest"
The Big 10131 Special,, SJnrrbig PcarlWhlto
"THE WHITE MOLL"
Tensely human mid Wvldly emotional, it telln tho utory of a
A beautiful I'rlzmn picture "FAHHION SHOW"
"SUNSHINE SAMMY" nnd "SNUn" POLLARD in .
, "HELLO UNCLK."
Tho Illustrated News of all tha Woild.
. , TOMORROW
"THE HOUfcE OF THE TOLLING BELL"