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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, APRIL , 4031.
At the Theaters
Uavo you iivor had an uncontroll
able ilcnlrn to Ho to Ho magnificent
ly no nH to Itiipronit somoomt with
your Importance? llato yoa ovnr hiul
thn doalro to protend to nomooim that
you'ro n ilimliliiK hnrn or a society
hollo when nM a mutter of fact you
nro nothing of thn iiort? irnvn you
over (nit that If you could nttract
domoono'd attention you rould hold
It nnd havn you over had thn doalrn
to lln to do It? x
(hi thn assumption that you will an
nwnr all of thcan qunnllona In thn
nfflrmatlvn Allan Dwan has producnd
"A I'orfoct Crlmn," a comody drama,
na hi nnrnnd Aadoclatnd I'roducnr'a
rolmino, ImMoil on thn doNlrahlllty and
nvon Importanrn of lying In nn Intelli
gent way. Thn plrturo shown nt
thn Star theatre tonight.
Mnnto Minn linn thn ruin of Wally
(IrlRRd, a timid hank mivnintiKur
whom everyone dcnplnna for hla nt 11 -plillly.
Suddenly Wally, thn worm,
turns. I To hiiRlnn to lln. Ho tnlld
maRtilflront and thrilling ynrna
nhout thlnRd which nnvnr happnnod
on land or '. Ill" ridiculous yarna
urn published and hn wins a licnull
Jul Rlrl who had iRnorcd him In hi
GIVES tanlal; credit
FOR S PLENDIff HEALTH
"Peggy" was nepoclally written to
glvn froo play to thn Rifts of Illllln
Ilurko. It wii a couiudy, bocauno
that In Mind llurkn'n undoubtod field.
Hut "Peggy" nlo contains a Reed
iiound drama. It tclld a ntory of an
American slrl, whoso vivacious splr
Ita arn transferred acrox thn ocean
to thn dour sotting of tho Scottish
hlRhlanils. Thoro, ntnoiiR tho rug
Rod Hcotd, thn roURh edges of nor
ff yvt'-j i Ibb'b'b'b'b'b'bT
' If .
In More than Name Only
We feel that we would not be justified in using the
ncttne, "Palace Market," if we did not conduct our
market in accordance with all the demand's of sanita
tion, and service. We place great stress upon sanita
tion, or cleanliness, if you prefer to term it that way,
and we feel that our efforts to preserve this cleanliness
is thoroughly appreciated by our patrons, the list of
whom grows larger every day. The item of service
should not be overlooked we insist that our represen
tatives shall be courteous all the time, and that prompt
ness in giving this service shall be an ever-present shop
OF COURSE OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
T. J. PARKER
I'JIO Junrnu HlrrcH, Seattle, Wiwli.
"I uaod to think all tho Tanlac tot
tlmonlnU wcro oxaRRnratcd, hut I
bavo felt thankful a thousand times I
over bolluvod In Ita strong enough to
rIvo tho mndlclno a trial," dald T. J.
Piirkor, woll-knpwn salesman for
flataly'a Clothing Storo, residing at
4240 Junoau fit., Soattlo, Wash.
"BaToral years ago I commenced
having periodic spells of sickness and
a fow month aRo I had un attack
thai 1 thought would finish mo.
. When I did finally Rot up, I wad
ararculy ablo to go . 1 had no appo
1 tlto and what llttlo I forcod myself
to eat cuuiiod ao much gad on my
atomn-li I could hardly Rut my
"At night I was often so bloated I
couldn't broathn whllo lyliiK down
and Just had to sit up and struggle
for sir. At times I had crniiipn no
The new style fca'
turcs for Spring
lower and fuller waist
short vents will be
appreciated by many
men who seek com
fort in their clothes.
See ihc duttuctii stykt 0
You will be interested in
this showinc of quality
tailoring, and the prices
arc very reasonable.
,, May we have the pleas
urc of showing you the
N. B. DREW
hid 1 could hardly onduro It.
"My llror was sluggish and some
tlmos I got bo dizzy I would nearly
fall. I fell tlrod and mlsorablo all
tho tlmo, couldn't ovon sleep and for
days at a tlmo I wasn't ablo to go
"Welt, a friend of mlno finally got
mo to try Tanlac, and It certainly has
donu a good Job for mo. My appo
tlto Is flno now and although I am
eating Just anything I want and as
much as I plcaao, my stomach nover
gives mo tho leant troubto. I havo
picked up In weight, my strength has
como back to mo, and I am now en
joying tho best of health.
"All tho men at tho storo know
Tanlac put inn back on nir feet, and I
am glad to giro this statement for
whnt It may bo worth to olbors."
omorges a real woman.
"Peggy" opens on a luxurious cs
Into near Now York city. Mini Ilurko
Is discovered standing In n fountain,
npraylng without fear or favor tho
housii-party guosta who havn dared
her to do "somothtug different."
Thoro comes a letter from her undo
and guardian In Scotland. I To do
mands that sho Icavu America and
tho do-nothing sot In which she Is
being roared, and honcoforth mnko
her homo with him. 111 wlfo nnd son
In Scotland. Sho protosts.
Tho action now ahlfts to a small
village not far from Glasgow. At)
drew Camoron, stern nnd proud head
of his family, Is seen at his honrth
sldo, whoro his unbending nuturo
recognizes no law but his own. Mrs.
Cameron nnd tholr son, Colin, nro
at morning service and at thn close
remain to congratulnto tho now
"moonlstor," tho Itov. Donald Ilruco,
on tho ozcollonca of his Hormon. Colin
slips away from tho group to walk
homo with tho wouvor's lass, Janet
McLeod. Tholr lovo affair lator
' furnishes tho dramatic scones which
puncluato Miss Uurko's comody.
Delightful touchos of humor, pow
erful drama and colorful flashes of
Inspiring scenery nro features of
"Hearts Up!" In which Harry Carey
comes to tho Liberty thoatro today.
Tho Universal photadrama shows
tho star as a man who Is living a lie
In which tho fortunes of "a beautiful
girl aro strangoly affected. Tho girl
bolloros tho man to bo her father and
ho loves hor as a swootheart.
Lon Channy, rocognlzod as tho
foromost character actor on tho
screen and whoso work In "Tho Mlra
clo Man" nnd "Tho l'onnlty," has
raised him to stollar emlnonco, piny
tho principal heavy rolo In support
of I'rlscllla Dean, In hor latest pho
todramn, "Outside tho Law," coming
to tho Llborty thontro next Suudny.
Ila You Soon Kelly Today?
HIIOW WILD FLOWKI18
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 7.- Wild
flowers from all suctlns of tho stato
uro to bo on oxhlblt at tho aovonth
annual oxhlblt of tho California
Wild flower Conservation Loaguo to !
bo hold hero April 28-30. Favorablo
woathcr conditions during tho year
and an Increasing public Intorcst In-,
dlcato that tho display will bo ono of
tho largest and finest on tho coast, I
according to Mrs. Bertha M. Rice, dl
rector of tho show.
Have You Horn Kelly Today?
A man always has n funny look In
his eyes when you got tho laugh on
Ilavo Yon Seen Kelly today?
A GROUND HOO .CASK
You've got tho money; I'vs got the
furniture. Lot's swap.
I'EIIKIXB FUnNlTCRE UOU8K
"The Furnisher of lUppy Homos"
Tak advantage or my ouUldo ser
vice. I have a ear and Uko to drive
It. Ton need furniture and would
Ilko to bur It. 011 41-W and I will
send for yoa; also Uko yoa home.
PERKINS FURNITURH HOUHB
"TImj Foralsher of Happy Mocnea"
fragrance of HilvtUa
is not its only charm
for its strength and
imparts a genuine
Rawing cti Me, k
"A PERFECT CRIME" H
PRODUCED DY ALLAN DWAN jH
Carl Clausen's Saturday Evening P.ost story, made H
a brilliant comedy-drama. m
Wo are repeating this picture tonight as It proved M
last night to bo n wonderful production. M
SIAimiCE TOURNEUR'S H
A drama of tho sea. surging through spectacular jH
oconoa and aoethlng with amotion. H
Wo wilt guarantee a cord of our 16 Inch Dry Slab
Wood to produce as much heat aa a eord ot limb or
body wood. The price Is much leas.
We have plenty ct BLOCK-WOOD and aro making
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD- TO' BURN"
OSdAR PEYTON VXUlAJRb PEYTON
419 Main St. Phone .535
JOO PKR CENT UNION
Arthur Beam Ted White Ed..F. Crawford
Musical Director Manager Chief Operator
The Best for the Best
THE WORKINGMAN'S THEATRE
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
LOOK AT THESE STARS IN THE SAME PICTURE
Chat). Ray, Billie Burke, William Desmond
PRODUCED RY TAOS. II. INCE
A beautiful comedy-drama ot dear old Scotland. Mies Burko
plays six different typos and tho gowns sho woara in Peggy aro
tho most costly ovor worn by any actress, over 20 trunks of ward-
robo for Mlsa Burko alono from Paris and all aro tho croutlon ot
"A HINDU HOODO"
A SCREAMING MACK BENNETT COSIPDY
l TWO' 6HOW8 6: 46 8:46
ADMtSBlWN ADtTLTS 2oO HWSN OOC
COMING SUNDAY THE tfIG RENSATlriNAI AlWLAXE PIC
TURE "SKY EYE" AND "THE PURPLE RIDERS"
At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
Human Harry Carey
Tho story ot a man who determined to shield the daughter
ot his dead pal but lacked tho courage to correct her Impression
that bo was her father; bow bo came to love her; how bo was
ibout to sacrifice the fruits ot his life's work to atone tor the
fancied wrong, and how tho girl grew to love him and forgave
., MAY M'AVOY AND nRUCE GORDON
In drama ot fsinlly lifo in the Kentucky hills, with' a suspense
that amazes, and a' romance that surprises. '
IN CHANEV AND PRI6ClttA DftJLN
TII MOST REMARKABLE PICTURE OF 1921