The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, May 03, 1921, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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TUIvHDAY, MAY il, 1UI8I
The Evening Herald
R A 'XIunilAH.-iu , Editor
mKD SOULK .. City Kdltor
Published Jally oxcopt Sunday, by
ThoItrald .Publishing Company of
Klamath' Falls, at 119 Eighth Stroot.
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XIMCNDAV, MAY 3, 1021
LOST GROUND
(Oregon Journal)
Until churchos In somo way of for
attractive relaxation thoy enrtnoe
hope to compoto with pool halls, mov
ing plcturp 'theatres and other places
of amusement Is tbo opinion of Mu
nicipal Judgo Hossman, who deliv
ered a sermon Saturday attornoon at
tho close of ithe trial of two pool ball
operators of Alblna.
Tho remarks were directed to a
bench filled with members of tho
Church of tbo Brethren in Alblna,
who bad attended tho long-drawn-out
trial and testified against tho pool
hall men. H. F, Valkontseln and J.
H. McNamara, charged with allow
ing minors In their places and ob
tructtng tho entrances.
Tho chargo of "obstructing tbo en
tranco"was dismissed. Tho court an
nounced a decision would bo ronder
d Wednesday on tho other chargo.
"In olden times the church was
about tho only Institution wlilch ad
vertised," said Judgo Hossman. "Now
It Is hundreds of years behind the
tlmos. When" churches wore new,
thoy erected Imposing buildings and
developed architectural stylo that
called attention. Thoy reared high
spires that might bo seen from tho
fields, thoy Installed bells and chimes
to call the workor to services.
' "ilut, co'mpare tbp-churches of to
day wlti tho modern, well-lighted,
properly ventilated, cheerful pleasure
house, either pool hall or theatre.
"Legally the factH of this case can
not bo disputed. There has been tes
timony (hat minors entered these
pool' halls. True, they were asked
their age, and true, they lied about
their age. nut the law does not ex
cuse tho manager 'on that score.
''nut that Is not the question be
hind this case. The question Is In the
homo and the church and the other
Institutions which should prevent
tbem from desiring to' go to pool
balls.
"Until you mako them contont
with othor things,' they will go to
pool halls and lie about their ages.
and all tho police In Portland work
ing all the tlrao cannot stop them.
'If thoy" do not find recreation In
one place they will hunt for It In an
othor."
Lou Wagner, counsel for tho pool
hall operators, bitterly denounced
the church people of that district,
who, ho asserted, 'appeared In court
with a special prosecutor for tho solo
purpose of having revoked and driv
ing thorn out of tho district.
'"Kismet" is eVrnilng soon.
THE FLY IN THE OINTMENT
A United States senator has just
finished a night's work on a Hpeocb
for tho Congressional Itecord on
tho agricultural tariff measure,
"You havo convinced mo," said his
aocretary, aa bo pulled on his coat,
"except; fqr ono trifling detail:
Where do I. the. man who baa to
buy 'meai'and Vead', get off?" Tho
senator, it 1b reported, touched his
nose with his finger and replied
sagely: "Well; no legislation Is 100
per1 cent perfect." Tbo Nation's
Business, "
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FUNXIESX RAIIiROAD IS
.. OK IRISH "WEST COAST
NEW YORK, April 3. Tho fun
niest railroad In thp world is loca
ted, on tho west coast of Ireland
aayi.o, writer in, tho April lesuo or
Tad' Wrltor Magazine.
Twirl cars, balanced on a slngla
rail throe feet above the ground,
?. trove) tho 13 miles between Bal
' Jyfcunnlon and Llstowel tit the mag
nificent
speed.
pf four mle an
hour
TherJ, are no crossings en tbls
Si t"
rttJJrpulj when a farmor vimis on
. ouUC.tirupfl " the.rallxoud, ho euts
fld hlngtd ft soctltn or me ran.
Fieauently.thU Kt '. '?'' 0I"n
and. the engineer, Ifl foreod to stop
..J'mhutin until aomeon appears
At the Theaters
THK STAR
Tho Now Orleans Manll Urns In
realistically produced In "A Romnu
tic Adventuress," tiro Paramount
production, starring Dorothy Ualton,
"" OV11VMU.VU IUI IVlllb'lt U
Star tllCAtrO.
JUm Dnlton wns never moro boau
itlful tluin In hor magnificent cos
tumo as Tltnnln, Queen of tho Night,
In which sho wins tho lnurnl wreath.
Sho says sho novor enjoyed n scene
more than this cno In nil hor career
as a motion picture atar.
"A Ilomantlc Adventuress." which
was adapted from "A Winter City
Favorite" by Charles llolmont Davis
show .Miss D.tlton as Alice Vnnnl,
daughter of nil old dancing mastor of
New Orleans, whoso mother deserts
hor In Infancy to go to Now York ami
live a life of ease, after her father's
death, Mrs. Vnnnl, now known us
Mrs. Martyn, takes her daughter to
Now York and exploits hor beauty
and talent an n dancer. White visit
Ing In Monte Carlo Mrs. Vnnnl en
deavors to blackmail on Italian Ira.o
marrying hor daughtor.
THK MONDALK
1 promised tho thoatro going pub
lic of Klnmath Falls nothing but tho
best In vaudeville and when 1 can't
got that I don't play any. Tonight 1
m going to glvo you two standard
high class 1U21 vaudovlllo acts, not
acta that wero done 25 years ago, but
acts that I -will recommend ns I had
tho pleasuro of working wtUi both
acts on tonight's bill and know what
thoy can do. Mlchclson and Leo In n
comedy singing, talking musical and
Juggling act, Is a positive riot and
tholr Juggling Is abovo anything you
havo cvor seen or will sco tor a long
tlmo. Act No. 2 Is Miss Dolllo Barl,
that cntortalnlng girl In songs and
character-quick changes. Wearing a
dlttorent gown for each change nnd
her cbangw aro dono so quick that
you think It Is Bomo ono olso ovory
time sho makes her change. Hor
songs aro all hor own and far abovo
tho averago as thoro la a different
song for each chungo of costume.
With tho following picture this
show will suroly please.
A gay, reckloas Irishman, war cot
respondent for a big London nows-
paper, Is tho part played by William
Desmond In "Paddy O'Hura." pro
duced under tho supervision of Thom
as IL Ince, will be shown at tho Mon
dalo tbcatro Tuesday and Wednes
day. THK MIIIUITY
Have you ever slept In a haun'od
house?
Uaye you ever felt the gooso flesh
creep over you nt somo weird, mys
terious sound?
Have you evor felt that someone
was watching you or have you ever
seen a shadow move when you
knew perfectly well that no one was
In the room except yoursolt?
Ono does not havo to bo a coward
to feel this feor-lt Is tho fcar'of Iho
unnatural, but' a bravo man Is going
to try to find tho cnuse.
Hero is a man forced tp spend a
year In a bouso of mystery. Thoro Is
a hidden treasure a charming sprlto
of a girl and crooks who nro after
tho treasure all woven Into n tula of
hlddon purposes.
Tho man Is II, n.- Warner and tho
atory has been mnde into ono of tbo
most delightful pictures of tho year.
You will bo missing ono or tho
treats of tho season It you fall to neo
"Haunting Shadows" at the Liberty
tonight.
"Kismet" Is coming soon.
ItODK 100 MILKS TO
TESTIFY FOR H FEE
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M May 3.
Several Navajo Indiana recently rodo
100 miles on horseback to Albuquor
quo to testify against n man'accuscd
of theft of tholr horses, and all they
got out of tho trial was S8 and n few
ft
You'll Always Find"
says' the Good Judge
ordinary kind. And the full, rich real
tobacco1 taste gives, a long lasting chewing
satisfaction.
Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew
will tell you that.
Put ut in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-'cut tobacco -
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut "tobacco
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
cents each a, u witness. Tho man
was acquitted.
During tho trial. It wan necessary
to translate nil conrt proceedings
from English to Spanish, for the lion
otlt of tho prisoner who was n Mexi
can, and through an Indian school In
terpreter to tho Navajo language.
KKIiLKY GETS HKVKNTH
HOMER; KUTU HAS 0
NEW YQJIK, May 3. Ueorgo
Kolloy of tho Now York Qlnuts, hit
th o seventh homo run today in tho
gamo with Boston.
BOSTON, May 3. llubo lluth,
of tho Now York Ynukoos knock
ed tho sixth homo run In tho gamo
with tho Hod Sox today. '
KKHOMITIO.V
The City Huglnoor pursuant to tho
ItcNoltttlon of tho Common Council
liern'oforo adopted, having undor
dato of tho 16th day of April, 1921,
filed plans, specifications and esti
mates of tho cost of Improving Elev
enth Street from Mnln Street to
Klamath Avenue, Including Intersec
tions; nnd tho Common Council hav
ing taken tho samo undor ndvlsemonit
nnd finding said plans, specifications
nnd estimates satisfactory.
IT IS UKIIUUY UNSOLVED. That
said plaits, specifications nnd esti
mates for tho Improvement of Elev
enth Street from Main Street to
Klnmath Avenue. Inclmllng intorHOC
t ons. bo and tho samo nro horoliy
approved'
AND HK IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That tho Common Council hero
by declares Its intention to Improve
said portions or Klovcnih Street in
nccordanca with said plans, specifi
cations and estimates: said improve
ment to consist of paving said por
tions of Elovonth Street with Asphnl
tic concrete, bltullthlc, willlta or con
crete Tho estimated cost of tho Im
provement of said portions of said
street by placing thorcon either A
phaltlc Concrete, llltullthlc, Wllllto
or Concroto to ho fi3t.r..fiC, said cost
Including grading, rolling, curbing
and cement sldownlk.
AND HE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, By tho Common Council thnt tho
following described proporty bo nnd
Is hereby dortnred benefitted by said
Improvement, to-wlt: Lots 5, (1, 7, 8,
0, 10, 11, 12 of lllock 3, Ia4.i 8, 7.
6, G and nt lllock 4, Lots 1, 2. 3, 4,
C. of Block 3. nil In Canal Addition
to tho City of Klamath Falls, Oregon;
and Lots 1. 2, 3, 9. 10, 11 of Block
49 of Nichols Addition to tho City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon; nnd that
said proiKrty abovo listed nnd do
scribed bo and In hereby doclarcd to
bo assessed for the expenso of said
Improvement.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, Thai Monday tho 23d day of
May. 1921, nt tho hour of 8 o'clock
P. M.. at tho Council Chambers of
tho City Hall, be fixed ns tho time
and place for tho hearing of objec
tions and remonstrances against tho
said proposed Improvoment and thai
Pollco Judgo Is hereby directed to
causo notlco of said hearing to bo
published as by Chnntcr provided. J
STATE OF OREOON. )
County of Klamath, )ss. i
Cltr of Klamath Falls, ) I
I, A. L. Leavltt, Pollco Judge of
the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, '
do hereby cortlfy that tho foregoing
Is a duly enrollod copy of a resolu-.
tlon adopted by tho Common Coun
cil on tho 2nd day of May. 1921 I
A. L. LEtAVITT.
May 3-13. Pollco Judge,
Just because its
belter tea qour en
joyment in partaking
of it is complete
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ri;iiQtter-jit:a.
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$&
That you get moro
genuine satisfaction
at less coot when
you use this class of '
tobacco.
A small chew last
so much longer than
a big chew of the
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KIRK-KLAMATH FALLS
STAGE LINE
Stage leaves The Smoke daily
at 2 p. m,. and the Central Hotel a
few minutes later. We use a large,
easy riding, comfortable automo
bile, in thorough repair.
Stage leaves Kirk at 8 a. m.
daily. Tickets $3 each way; round
trip $5.50. Phone your reservations.
L Central Hotel 155-W, The Smoke 175 J.toiiows advertising in th. ciusitM
I1 column of Tbo Horuld Is duo to t&a
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832 Main Stroot Phono 91-WiJ
Upp's Auto Service
DAY AND NIOIIT SERVICE
Experienced Drivers
Now Cars Klamath Falls, Oro.
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Make
Hie OREGON
Your Hotel
WHEN IN
PORTLAND
POPULAR SPACIOU8 LOBBY
At the Center of
Everything
BROADWAY nt STAnK ST,
Wo suggest yov write, phono
or wlro for reservations
Arthur H. Meyers, Manager
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CLOTHES OF REAL DISTINCTION
must bo inmlo for tho wrnrrr individually, tat tun mako your now
spring suit nnd enjoy wearing really dhtluctlvo clothing tailored)
til fit you perfectly anil to n't n In Its CAlrn-munrtiH'ss durln long
4 conitnut wear.
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
Merchant Tailor
MH .Main HI.
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BUT-
It Was Done
They used to say there was no othor broad llko
mothor used to mako. That was truo bqore BAKE
RITE was put on the market. BAKERITE OVENH
AND BAKERITE METHODS did the business and today
you can got a loaf ot brood possessing that dollclous,
lasting, appetizing flavor hjrotoforo found only In broad
mndo at home. This bread Is sold exclusively at tho
Rex Cafo and Tho MaUo. It Is also scrvod oxduilvoly In
Tho Rope Cafe.
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