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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1921)
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f riE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, JANUARY IS, 1021.
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Whllo filming tho unusual desert
scones that are a feature of J. Wur
ren Kerrigan's Iatost Drunton pro
duction, "Tho Coast of Opportunity,"
released by W. W. Ifodklnson and
showing tonight at tho Llborty then-
tro, tho ontlro company was lost 48
hours In a sandstorm.
In this plcturo Kerrigan plays' tho
toIo of a young mining engineer who
roams tho wasto places of tho oarth
in search of rich fields of ore. Deep
Iri a desert region of Old Mexico ho
discovers a heavy vein of copper and
makes his fortuno. Tho star took his
company 40 mites Into tho arid Mo
Javo desert to film theso scenes. Half
of Oils' dlstanco was covered on horse
back, tho rolling, sand dunes prohib
iting motor transportation.
Camp was mndortho first night
in tho loo, of a sand knoll. At mid
night n gabcamo up that complete
ly wrecked tho tents' of tho actors.
When daylight arrived tho sun was
totally obscured by tlno particles of
sand and drifts had hidden a major
p6rt of tho, camp equipment.
"La La Lucille." presented by Ed
dlo Lyons and Leo Moran, tho com
edy favorites of tho films, will bo
shown at tho Liberty theatro on Fri
day. Although this feature has Just
been released, many glowing reports
of its quality havo nlrcady been re
calved, tho ono that wilt appeal to lo
cal theatregoers' most being that It is
more clever and -amusing than Lyons
and Moron's first tun feature "Ev
erything Dut tho Truth."
Flow In River
About at Average
With Other Years
A discussion relatlvo to tho amount
of water now passing through tho
Link river rcsultod In an appeal to
Mr. Smith of.. tho United States re
clamation sorvlco and, oft hand, Mr.
Smith volunteorod tho information
that tho river at- present contalnod
only an averago amount' .of water,
lower in fact 'than In most of tho
years since 11)07.
Not content toiitrust'to his recollec
cion of figures, Mr. Smith turned to
tho records and found that at present
tho flow Is. 3100' second feet. In all
except two or throe' years since 1907,
when the flow' reached 6000 second
feet, the average has, been a trifle
Higher than the'flgurcs shown at this
time. The record for April, 1919,
shows tha same Amount as at present.
In January, 1918, tho water was a
foot lower than,,!! la now. In fsct,
tho records shQwjnumerous Instances
when the water was much higher
than it is now. ,
Early American history Is graphic
ally represented on the, screon In
Maurice Tourncur's now special film,
"Tho Last of tho Mph(cans," which
shows at tho Star thoatro 'commenc
Tho actual event ropoatod was tho
horrlblo massacro of Fort William
Henry, Now York, which took placo
on August 10th 17G7. Strangoly
onough, Tournour filmed tho Identi
cal scones on tho tenth of August,
1920, and for a tlmo It looked as If
tho calendar had returned to colon
ial days, so realistic was' tho big
at was a bloody affair, but only ono
gallon of glycerine blood was spilled
over tho ground nt tho Tournour stu
dio. Montcalm, the French general,
sot out from Canada with! savages as
his alllos, determined to'cupturo tho
British forts. Tho general, Col. Mun
ro, and thousands of soldlors and In
dians lived again In tho film scenes.
This special plcturo comes with nn
all-lead cast, headed by such well
known players as Wallace Decry, Al
bort Roscoe, Joseph Stngloton, Bar
bara Dcdford, Lilian Hall. 'and Henry
Woodward, with an array of player
talent that is capable of carrying a
Let Us Djri lYour
A number of business houses are
earing the tlmo of their bookkeepers
and individual collectors- by letting
us collect their monthIybllls. It is
the modern method. . It cuts down
your overhead, detgyput'bllls ready
and we will do the rest.
MRS. T. H. JOLLY
123 Eighth St.
A laugh a minute Is no longer a
record for a vaudevlllo act according
to those who saw the Cartoonist
Payne In action at tho Ltborty thea
tre last night. Payno dishes out a
brand now laugh every eight soconds.
Ho is a small man with big Ideas whb
makes, tho crayon do stunts with
speed and accuracy that startles. Ills
stories aro good and to tho point
and tho audience both young and old
followed him closoly throughout the
Borles of 26 cartoons and character
studios. Mr. Payno closed his act'
with a scene on Klamath Lake which
was much appreciated. As one of the
theatre's patrons remarked "we don't
get that kind of a show Vary often
It sure is good. Payne will appear
again tonight with an entirely new
line of stories and some now faces
that will have a laugh in each line.
It 1b an vlq that, theatre (goers all
v 1, OUMHl.y weAR
to UE:At A DltRSHT
US ANfc TORGtT AU.
ty o.T BA1 HA&tTS.
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TWeWS- 3Cms THAT
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fROM HOW OH "
"GOOD BtHAVlOB. WILL
be wy motto.
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HO CHASING Of CAYS.
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ttoost with Muwy ,
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OH! WHAT'S THE
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70,000 Pay Income
Tax Penalty, 1920
(Cuntlnuod from pago 1)
(Dy Associated Press)
POItTLAXD, Jan. 13. The co-operative
marketing association ex
pects to organlzo at a mooting of th
Oregon farm bureau federation In ses
sion here. Oregon wheat growers rep
resenting an annual production estl
mated at half a million dollars are
present. Gcorgo A. Mansfield, of
Medford, was olected president of the
federation, W. H. Smith of Waco,
vice president, and P. O. Powell of
Pup Got It and
' "Great aro Tho Herald want ads."
So salth Dill Qanong, court sten
ographer par cxcollonco. A few days
ago Dill lost an Alrdale pup. Ho con
fided his loss to a friond. Advertise
for it in Tho Horald said tho latter,
and straightway the disconsolate own
er of tho pup insortod an advertise
ment in tho said Horald. Ho had
hsrdly reachod home that night whon
the tolophono rang, and aftor a brief
parloy it was ascertained that tho
lost was found. It was rostorcd to
the Qanong homo Immediately, Ho
aUo says that thoro were nine or ton
moro people wtlh dogs In town who
came to his homo that night, but none
of them wero able to persuado him
that the canines they wore frying 'to
dispose of bolonged to htm. 'At 'that,
ho says, there wero some mighty flno
dogs In tho bunch, and ho was sore
ly tempted to claim a couple of them
and present them to Lloyd DoLap so
that the latter would havo something
to occupy ma attention during lulls
In circuit court work.
New Officers Are
Installed By O. E. S.
BUIT FOIt ATTORNEY'!
FEES ON TRIAL NEXT
HURLS BOOK AT EDITOR
(By Associated Press.).
SALEM, Jan 13. Senalor Joseph,
of Muitnoman, nuned a binder con
talnlng a copy of the Oregon Voter
at Its editor, C. C. Chapman, In the
senate room, following a denuncia
tion of the Oregon Voter by Senator
Thomas, because of an article attack'
lng Senator Jones of Eugene. Tho
binder grazed the editor's ear.
fSfiomng at the
"The Last of the Mohicans"
A Maurlco Tourneur production and a Historically
Truthful version of tho vtorld-known story.
This plcturo lins Just finished a most successful run in
San Francisco und Is' claimed as one of the beat... You'll
enjoy it. '
There was no trial In tho circuit
court today, the caso of George Hart
ley against the Modoc Lumber com
pany which was to havo been tried,
having been sottled and dismissed.
Tomorrow tho trial of C. J, Fergu
son against Henrietta Molhaso is
scheduled. Tho suit Is based on a
claim for attorneys foes, which plain
tiff alleges he earnod while repre
senting defendant as counsel In a
will contest several years ago.
Some of the ancient Moorish walls
of Spain aro being .dynamited for aso
The 'screw to fasten wood first
appeared only about 200 yoars,ago.
Aloha Chaptor, No. 61, Order of
tho Eastern Star, Installed officers
Tuesday ovonlng, Mrs. Laura Wil
llts, past worthy matron, officiating
as Installing officer, with Mrs. Nol
lie Van Riper, past worthy matron
acting as marshal.
Mrs. Eftlo Chastaln, retiring wor
thy matron, was presontcd with a
past worthy matron's Jewol by Miss
Maude Ualdwln, grand Esthor, after
which a repast was spread In honor
of Incoming offlcors. Walter C. Van
Einon, retiring worthy patron, pro
sided and speechos were made by
fost of tho new offlcors. Tbero
wero two or three visitors.
Following is a list of tho offlcors
Kate Peyton, worthy matron; 9.
S. ilenry, Worthy patron; Edith
Dolzdlt, assoclato matron; Leah
Smith, conductor; Julia Van Emon,
assistant conductor; Julia Hall, sec
rotary; Jessie Momyer, treasuror;
Kathryn Honry, chaplain; Jennie
Hum, marshal; Glondora Martin, org
anist; Mabel Cnrtor. Ada; Amolla
Hanks, Ruth; Margaret Lamb, Es
ther; Clara Dakor, Martha; Jesslo
Lyle, Electa; Sarah Durton, Ward
or; George Durton, scntlnol.
Druggists Forced to
Take Their edicine
Tho Druggists, captained by C. II
Underwood, lost throo straight
games to Ambroso's Rex Spoclals in
tho second bowling contest of tho
Elks' serlos last night, ilaydon of
tho Druggists rolled tho high scoro,
224 pins. Friday night Swanson's
Barbers and Dodge's Tailors aro
Last night's scoro;
Wlloy 216 179 171 56G
BhcotB 166 180 1G7 COS
Wilson 167 147 169 473
Noel 1C1 166 216533
Ambroso 173 169 182514
W- Smtlh ....144
tjnderwood ....129 168
Hansen 106 143
Mlllor 166 133
Haydon 163 206
Bargain Day Sales'
Very Good, Report
Bargain day, Inaugurated by tho
advertising department of Tho Even
ing Herald, was abundantly success
ful yesterday, tho stores reporting
very satisfactory sales. Liko all
good things, or most all good things,
It takes moro than two or throe ef
forts to put them upon tholr feet, but
this venturo Is walking already, and
seems to bo a permanent institution
here. Tho public Is beginning to un
derstand It, and next Wednesday
should seo yesterday's record
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Completes the Dress1
."THE WORLD AND HIS WIFE"
. i An Artcraft Special Attraction.
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Totals 697 827 825
County TroaBuror G. K. Vun Rlpor
will hercattor havo his offlco in thu
American National bank, ho having
movod from his old quarters in the
First Stato & Savings bank yester
amount of lncomo botwoon $0000 and
$8000, and 3 per cout on tho amount
or lncomo botwoon $8000 rtnd $9000.
It computod soparatoly, tho Iiub
bnud may doduct tho porsonal ex
emption of $2000 from his lncomo of
$7000 and on tho romalndor pay n
normnl tax of $240, bolng 4 por cont
on tho first $4000 and 8 por cont on
tho excess. Ills surtax amounts to
$30, bolng 1 por cont on tho nmount
of his lncomo botwoon $5000 and
$6000, and 2 porxont on tho amount
of his lncomo botwoon $6000 nnd
$7000. Tho wife rocolvon no porsonal
exemption, and Iter ontlro lncomo of
$2000 Is tnxod at tho rule of 4 por
cont, bolng Ions thnn $'1000, Tho Iiuh
band's tax Is $270 and tho wife'
Exemptions Not For All
Not ovory marrlod person Is on
tltlod to tho $2000 oxomptlon, Tho
claim Is dopondont upon whothor man
and wlfo aro living togothor within
tho moaning of tho rovonuo act. In
tho absonco of continuous roaldonco
togotohr, whothor n man or womuu
Is living with wlfo or husband do
ponds upon tho charactor of tho
If occasionally and temporarily tho
wlfo Is away on a visit or tho hus
band Is away on business, tho Joint
homo bolng maintained, tho $2000
oxomptlon applies. Unavoidable ab
sonco of a wlfo or husband at a sana
torium on account of Illness doos not
procludo a claim for tho oxomptlon.
If, howovor, tho husbnnd voluntarily
and continuously makes his homo at
ono placo and tho wlfo at another,
thoy aro not living together,
within tho meaning of tho Income
tax laws rogardtoss of tholr porsonal
rolattons. In caso of separation by
mutual agroomont oach must make a
roturn of lncomo of $1000 dr mdro.
Tho samo rulo applies lit Caso of ill
vorco or logal soparatlon. A maid or
widow not tho head of a family and
without Hepondonts is ontltlcd only
to a $1000 oxomptlon.
How to Determine Status
Tho status of a taxpayer on tho last
day of tho taxablo year dotormlneo
tho amount of his oxomptlons. It dn
December 31, 1920, ho was marrlod
and living with his wlfo he may claim
tho $2000 oxomptlon, although tho
marriage may havo taken place on
Deqemhtr 30. If on Docombor 30 ho
bocame a widower, ho Is entitled only
to the $1000 allowed a slnglo parson
unless tho head of a family.
It has boon announced that $400,
000 monthly will bo noedod to run
the loaguo of nations next year.
The now regular army division of
tho United Statos will bo mado un
of 18,000 men.
Drills with teeth of corundum
and gom stones, for cutting quartz
and other rock, wore usod in Egypt
6000 years ago.
ratnu. sur on cimam nam
sum sm or ixpsncxxa rou
It is roportod that Fort Rlloy,
Kansas, Is to bo mado tho largest
cavalry station In tho United Statoa
The Big Ones
Easter Lily Bulbs
The Gift Shop
709 Main Street '
Don't go out half dressed, girls! Have a bird, or a snake, or your
Initials, or something "fancy" painted on your baCjk whon you wear even
ing gowns, or you aren't fully ."clothod.'Voccordlng to Miss Bird Mlllman,
New York girl, whom you- se.e hero being decorated for a party, by Artist
"Always the Best for the Liberty Guest"
I'opulur J, WARREN KERRIGAN in
''THE COAST OF OPPORTUNTY
A Mexican Mining Story with real appeal.
Ucttvccn tlio shows Mr. Pnyno will rnuko us some moro funny pic
ture and as this will be his closing appearance wo know it will
bo enjoyable. Mr. Puyne appears about 8:45 I'. M. i
Those Funny Chaps
EDDIE LYONS nnd LEE MORAN In
"La La LUCILLE"
The Bis; New York Comedy Hit of 1030