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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
8ATURDAV, APRIL- 00, 1021
The New York life
is the biggest life insurance company in the
world. Its assets are now approaching the
the billion dollar mark. Here, is their finan
cial statement for year ending Dec. 31, 1920
JIHAIj K8TATI8 ' ,
Officii llulldlngs: Home Offlco f. 3,7GO,000.00
Domestic Ilulldlugn 4,087,600.00
Foreign llulldlngrt 689,881.00
9fl,f 07,48 1.00
HKCURKD LOANB '
On Mortgage ......... 1164,790,225. SO
On Company'ii Policies 147,499,247.07
On othor Collntoral .'...' 6,G6G,G00.00
1IONDI1 AND HTOCKH )
Llborty Ilonds nnd Victory Notes - 9109,722,116.37
(Jovornmnnt, fltato, County and Municipal Ronds.... 141, 639, 662. GO
Railroad Homls 343,293,117.30
Miscellaneous Hondo and Stock 8, 41$, 4(0. 10
Deposit In Hanks and Truiit Companies at Int S,1G3,482.3S
In Rranch Office -.. 78,806.68
IlrancbOfflcoIlnnk llalances andjsundry othor cash 2,343,916.13
I'ltEMlllMH In courso of collodion or col Ice tod and
not roportod $10,711,710.21
l'ltKMMJMH rnportod to War Risk Insuranco Durnau
undnr Soldiers' nnd Bailors' Civil Itullcf Act.... fl,IM.7-
RBINBURANCH dun from other Companies ............ 0O,00OX0
INTKRK8T AND RKNTALS
Duo nnd Accrued i
On Ilonds ,.,..,,,. .. 18,173,806.09
On Mortgage . . .... 2,669,713.43
On l'ollcy Loans 1,218,182.61
1 Miscellaneous .......- .... 117,634.71
ItoutuU .. 8,661.61
Rcsorvo computed In accordance with tho lawa ot
Stnto of New York - -...........
UNDER POLICIEB AND POLfCY CONTRACTS
Death-Claims duo and unpaid ...,............
Death Losses In process ot settlement ......
Death Losses reported but no proofs rccelvod.-
Matured Kndowmcntn ..... .... ..........
Annuities due and unpaid .....- ........-
Present Taluo of futuro Instalment payments and
Other Policy Claims
PREMIUMS, INTKREBT AND RENTALS PREPAID
Interest and rental paid la adTanco .........
Promluma pafyl la advance ............................
I Dee to amenta ......
Salaried, Rentals, Tazci, Accounts etc
Additional Rcmitm ............
RESERVE DIVIDENDS AND SAFETY FUNDS
) Dividends apportioned, payablo to policy-holders
during 1921 .............. ....
Amount act opart, apportioned, provisionally as
certained, calculated, declared or hold awaiting1
apportioned upon d of or rod dividend policies.
Reserve, special or aarplas fund not included:
The Mutual Life
Is a Purely Mutual
This year it will distribute over $37,000,000 in dividends,
every cent of profits, among its policy holders. It has over 12,000 pol
icy holders in the state of Oregon, representing almost $30,000,000 of
insurance. The New Yorlf Life invests its money in every state in the
union and has almost $6,000,000 invested in Oregon. Last year it paid
into the state of Oregon over $500,000 in death claims and matured en
dowments. P. E. BURKE, Resident Agent. '
If you are going to take
out insurance why not
Get the Best
Office in the Emma Block
At the Theaters
How often buvo you tired of thu
monotony of things tho it-imi trhlul
biiblttt every day, tho iumu t nil In of
character, tho wimo dull method of
puroultiK a IUlllio)ilT Yot nil ubout
ou Is diversity of life, a diversity
denied to tho peoplo of Uio great
northlnnds, shut in by Ico and anow
and tortured by tho mournful roar
of tho north winds.
This rame theme Iiom been madu
tbo umlr.thtimii of n poworful dramn
by Ilex Roach, 'Tlin NorUi Wlnd'H
Malice." It piniures graphically In
I tit tnlo ot romunco tho mnddenlng
Influenco of monotony on tho taunt
nones of tho mon anil ttomon who
llro tholr almplo but ruRKud Uvea In
thn arid waatus of Alaska,
No ncod to say nioro of Rex Reach.
ICit tins Ioiik boe proclnlmoil Amorl
ca' foromoat wrlliT. Ami (loldwyn's
nnmo moans nvil produrttim. This
creut production bIiowh at thu Stnr
Huiiilay no vaudnvillo.
Thn heavy roln of Tlorney In Wil
liam H. Hart's timvcitt Paramount pic
ture, "Tho Crailln of C'ouniKO," which
will bo nil own at tho Star tln'utro to
nlRht, Is Hrtrayil by Thomas Hunt
arhl, who Is rvcoRiilzd na olio of tho
most rapnhln nctora on tho acrr-on
today Ho luvs nppeareil In motion pic
turps for many years and It was ho,
who, with William Farnum In "Tim
Spoilers," foiiKht whnt Is recorded us
Oki classic of all film flghta.
l.lttlo I,oys dol Kuy, who plnys tho
liw;otiuii load oiioslti) IMwanl Uoxcu
In "Slim (it tho World," at tho Mon.
dnlo, Sunday, Is n now parhonnllty to
tho Bcroon that tho fmiH uro koIiik' to
1 1 Ico. Shu Is ho entirely illfftsront from
any of tlio featured stars who liavo
hold thu fancy of tho fans durliu; thn
past fow yeani, that It Is difficult to
placo her by comparison or contrast.
In nppoaranro, artistry and tomp
orambnt, Miss del Kay brings to tho
Hereon HomothliiK ithat Is all her own
for "BIiih of thu World" was hor first
voblclo and when sho went to do hor
first day's work boforo thn camom,
tiho did not ovon know how to muliu
"I saw tho '81ns ot tho World' this
morning and onjoyod .every mlnuto
of tho time," said Richard Pearson
Hobson rocontly. "It Is a grlppliiR
utory nrtlatlcally rondorcd, iortray
Ini; iLho otornal stniRKlo botweon
ilKht nnd wrong.
"Tho gripping Intoroit nnd rowr
of tbo mory U founded upon Its true
portrait! of tho tragudy InJocteU bj
drink Into tho dratiui of llfo.
"At tho proiont Juncture, when tho
Hucrcua of democracy In tbo world's
reconstruction vind Uio futuro of
thn human rn&v depend In suoU
lurgo mensuro upon roachlng man
kind with tbn liquor antidote, tbu
truth about Alcohol and upon tho ex
tension of prohibition to tho uholo
world, It should bo tho pleasant duty
for good citizens to coopemto to
mnko this p4cturu a prodigious sue
i-'iRiiTi.vo nnvo i:vii,
VANCOUVKIl, II. C, April 29.
Alarmed by tbo spread of thn drug
ovll In llrltlsh Columbia nnd western
Canada, fedoral, provincial and civic
forces uro redoubling tliolr efforts to
put nn end to the traffic. Special pro
rautlona hnvo boc;ii taken to prevnnt
amuggllng of tbo various forms of
"dope" Into this port. Airplanes have
taken a prominent part In 5 his work,
accompanying liners from Victoria to
Vancouver m that any dropping ot
packiigoa to bo picked up by small
craft will not go unobserved.
Tbo high quality ot success that
follows advertising In tbo alaaittted
column of Tho Ilorald Is duo to tho
intolllgonco ot its roadors.
Tho City Council pursuant to tho
Resolution of tho Coliunou Council
lmint.irsi mlnntnil linvlllir llnilnr
dntn of tho Bocoud day of April.
lilil, moil piann, specuicuiiuun unu
ruMnuitiij nf Hi. n.t nf Imllritvlnif
Bouth JUvorttldo atnvit from West
Main street to tho Clty.Mmlta and
West Main Btroot from ond of pave
ment at Congor nvenuo to tho west
erly linn of South llivoraldo streot,
Including Intersections; and tho
Common Council having taken aamo
undor nUvlsomont and finding said
plans, spocltloatlous and estUnutos
Bntbifaotory. , .
IT IS ItKItKRY RR80I.VBD. That
said plans, specifications and estl-
M.lnd fti Hfat 4mnrnvAmAnl nf flouth
Rlvoraldo Mroot from West Main
etroot to tho City Llmlta and West
Main atrcot from end of pavoment nt
Congor avonuo to tho wostorly lino
ot South Rivorsldo ntroot, lncludliiK
Ifttoruoctlons, bo and tho somio nro
AND 111 IT runriirin ucntiiiv
i:i), Tlmt tho Common Council here
' by doclnrva l! Intention to Improva
I said iortlons of South Rivorsldo and
I West Main streot, In aceordanco with
i said pluns, specifications and esti
mates; said Improvement to consist
or paving said portions ot wild streets
Iwlta Concroto. Wllllto or DltullthJc.
!Tho e&tlmntod cost of tho Improve
imont of said portions of said stroota
by placiiiR thereon olthor Concroto,
Wllllto or Illtullthlc to bo I37.C18.10,
said cost Including grading, rolling,
curbing and cotnoat cidnwalk.
AND III: IT KURTHKR RK80I,V
KD. Uy tbo Common Council that tho
following described proporty bo and
It In horoby declared benefitted by
said Improvement, to-wit: ,
Ixta 1 and 2 Hlock 20 Original
Town. Iots 3 nnd 4 In Mock 27. Ori
ginal Town, txrt 2. Illk 2. West Klnm
nth Falls Addn. IoU I. 2, 3, 4, 5. 6,
7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. IS. 1C. 17.
18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 In Mock
3, Wvst Ulauinlh Kalli Addition nnd
Lota 1, 2. 3. 4, 5. C. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11,
12, 13. II. IV IC, 17, IS. 19. 20, 21.
22, 23 In Mock 4 West Klamath
Palls, addition to the city ot Klamath
Palls. OrcKon; nnd .that certain acre.
ago property n t 2. Section 32,
Township 3 South, Ran go 9 Bast.
iWJIllaniHHo Morldlan. lying soum-
erly of Lot ?i in Mock 3 nnd Lot 23
I In lllook I West Klamath Kails Addl-
'tlnn mill Hint onrt of Lot 11. Section
I TO lt.ln- unntlinrli. nt I rl 9A. Hlock
"".-' "..... '.... . 77.., . "I
a west Kinniwn raus Atiuiuuu m
tho City of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
and extending to the City Umlts; and
that snld itrnDoifty nbovo listed and
described ho nnd hereby is declared
to bo nssos.oil for tan oxponso of said
AND nr. IT VURTHBR RKSOl.V
Rl. That Monilny the 23 dav ot May.
11921. art; tho hour of 8 o'clock p. m. nt
Council Ohnmbnrs at thn City Han,
bo fkol as tho lmn and placo for tho
hearing of ohleetlons and remon-
strnneo" ngnlnrt1; tho said propowl
Improvnvinnt and tho l'ollco Judge Is
nemuy uirerieci iu caunn boihu m
Mid hearing to bo publishod ns by
STATB OK ORKOON. )
County of Klamath. )sa.
City of Klamath Kalis,)
I, A. L. Leavltt, Tollco Judgo of
tho City of Kltmnth Falls. Oregon,
do henbv certify that tho foregoing
is a duly enrolled copy of a resolu
tion ndopted by Jio Common Council
on tho 2R day of April. 1921. declar
ing Its intention to Improvo Bouth
Rivorsldo street from West Main
street to thn Oily Limits nnd West
Main Rtroit fron'jond of pnvomont at
Conger nvenuo to Uio wostorly lino
of Bouth Rlvoldo stroot, Including
A. L. LKAVITT.
28-9 Pollco Judgo.
Dreamland Open Air Pavilion
Continuous Dancing from 6 p. m. to 12 p. m.
Big Time Plenty of Pep
Music by Corcorans Jazz Orchestra
Seventh and Klamath Avenue
Lawn and Garden Seed Murphey's Seed Store
124 So. Sixth St