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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1MU
,;. Tho best test that a plcturo can
.aavo Ji (o bo shown -toil gqod.slicd
audience and rccolvo their comments.
Tho Last of tho Mohlcanri shown last
night at tho Star thcatro more than
pleased ovoryono and no plcturo
shown hero was moro highly pralsod
than this masterpiece. It has Its final
showing tonight and you should not
miss this bno.
Triie-to-Llfo "ntmosphcro" In mo
tion pictures Is of prima Importance.
It adds considerably to tho enjoy
ment of tho plcturo. That was why.
so many men from tho southorn part
of Kuropo had n hand In tho film
ing of "Tho World and His Wife,"
which comes to tho Star theatre Sat
urday. Tho scono of this plcturo Is north
ern Spain. Now, northern Spain re
sembles In many particulars south
ern France and northwestorn Italy.
'$ It is the aim of this
mwKll Serv.ce jrJL
4 Psiilt ?mjf& ,Ammmr
V buy in meat, fish and poultry at the lowest
give our customers the best of service. Our
4 ath county customers
524 Main Street
Enders Big Sale Is Still Going
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ho ltoDort u. VJgnoia, wno is n
northern Italian, was choson to
direct, tuo pIc,tlurojind,Al4 Liquor), a
renow countryman, photographed it.
No wondor thoy woro ablo to repro
duce tho dash and color of tho Latin
Gaston Glass, who playB tho youth
ful hero, Is a natlvo of southern
Franco and a godson of Sarah Bern
hardt. And Pedro do Cordoba,, ox
collont In a sami-heavy role, Is from
sunny Spain Itsolf. To bo sure, Alma
Hubons, tho horolno and featured
playor, Is a San Franciscan, but sho
Is of a warm, dusky typo of beauty
and In mantilla looks tho Ideal Span
ish maiden. "Tho World and 111s
Wlfo" Is a Cosmopolitan production
and a Paramount Art-craft plcturo.
TICK IJniEHTV '
Mirth and morrlmont will bo tho
order of tho day at tho , Liberty
theatre today when Lyons and Moran,
Let us call your attention to our motte:
market to give you the
tell the story of our success. j
i THE SANITARY MARKET
WE SAVE YOU
tho popular Eddie and Leo of tho
Universal films, will prcBont their
second comedy fcaturp, "La La Lu
cfllo." If tho success scored by this fav
orlto pair In their last fun feature,
"Everything nut tho Truth," Is any
Indication of what thcatrcgoes may
.oxpoct thn there Is nJoyouB treat In
storo; buLfrom all reports "La La
Luclllo" Is by far tho cleverest farce'
In yoars. Everyono knows that this
comody, In musical form, was tho big
gest hit on Broadway last soason,
and In Its adaptation to tho films not
a laugh or chucklo has been missed.
Jack Holt, who plays tho leading
part of Lord Glcnayr In tho big
Drury Lane melodrama, -"Tho Best
of Luck," tho Screen Classics, Inc.,
production, showing at tho Liberty
thoatro Sunday, will have sevoral op
portunities In this famous and thrill
ing play to bo seen in feats of horse
back riding, which is also, not so.
strangely, his favorite recreation.
Mr. 'Holt had' a leading part with
Mary Pickford in "The Little Ameri
can," wfelch he considers tho .best
work ho has done. Ho alio played
best that money can
possible price and X
hundreds of Klam- i
Phones 68 and 69
leads In "Cheating Cheaters," "Tho
Hood Through tho Dark," with Clara
Kimball Young, and with Bessie Bar
rlscale In "Tho Wwmon Michael Married."
,;,Jb. R. Doten went to Klamath
FaJIs Sunday, returning Tuesday.
Thero was no school Monday or
Tuosday on account of tho olectrlo
heat being off.
Miss Agusta Puckett returned to.
Swan Lake Friday to rcsumo her
BChool duties on Monday.
Ralph Puckott has gono to his
brothers' camp at Odossa.
Swan Bros, aro spending a few
dpy.s In Klamath Falls on business.
Glen Prultt of tho Prultt-McCol-Ium
mill went to tho county seat 'or
Miss Nlns Severs spent her holi
day vacation with her parents.
Llnomen came down from town
Tuesday to do somo repair work on
the line, the pooplo having been with-
uukiiiBuia iur oyer u wuok. . 4 i
Mis Marguerite Crank returned)
Wednesday having been detained as
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You Be the Judge
WE STAND FOR THIS
Highest Quality - Low Prices
Boneless Pot Recasts, per lb ...25c
Cross Rib Roasts; per lb 22c
Plate Boil, per lb. 12c
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a witness on a damage suit being
tried in town.
Miss Winifred McCdrmlck returned
to her school at Spencer Creek Sun
day. Mrs. Frank Vanmeter has moved
to Kcno for tho winter.
R. W. Tower went to Klamath
ThoyoUng peoplo of Kenoenjoyed
their vacatlonB-hugholy. There were
dancing parties, candy pulls, and
C. W. Warren of Bly is a Klamath
Falls visitor today.
J. T. Dixon is among the visitors
hero today from Fort Klamath.
E. S. Sliver, of Chlloquln, Is regis
tered at tho White Pelican hotel.
K. W, Smith, of Bly, Is in town to
day. H. Q. Welch, of the Medford
Grocery company, is in town on busi
ness. W. R. Roberts, an insurance man
of iSanFrancisco,tis,.a business visi
tor hore, having arrived last night.
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L. Davidson, who has been ill la
tho hospital for somo time, Is ablo
to bo out on the streets again.
Lewis Pankoy Is in from his stock
ranch at Yalnax transacting basN
Mrs. R. L. Goss, who has been vis
iting friends and relatives in Bon
anza, has returned.
F. F. Bossnot', nn. architect ot
Havre, Montana,' has arrived hora
with a view of locating in this city
permanently. Ho is a guest of the
Whlto Pelican hotel.
Mrs. W. Prouty, who has b'eoa
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Lewis, for some time, returned
to her homo in Chlloquln this morn
ing. Mr. Prouty operates tho tho
atro Jn Chlloquln.
Miss Anna Metcalf has returned
from Missouri, whore sho accom
panied her mother, Mrs. Metcalf
who visited with her and her sister,
Mrs. Ed .Vannlco, hero during tho
summer. Miss Myrtle Griffin's
mother, who was a guest of her.
daughter during last summer, ac
companied Miss Metcalf and her,
mother (o Missouri.