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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
FHIDAV, MAY IS, 1MI
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It It certain that all of Mamie
Boyd-Whgner's old friend will hear
fear recital next Tuceday evening, and
Judging by tho Interval evinced, there
will be n largo attendance.
When Mamie DojM graduated from
the local high school, she took the
leading feminine role In the senior
play that of l.ydla languish In "The
School of Scandal." and It will bo
remembered that she played the part
with great success Another of her
artistic triumph wm In tho leading
soprano part of Cowen'a "Hoo Mat
don," given at tho hlKh sciiool under
tho direction of Mr Wlrti
later, she ang tho role of
Robert W Chamber' popular no
Still I clety novel. 'The Restless Sex, ha
Yum-1 been plcturlied by Cosmopolitan
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Kodak Finishing at
Wc arc pleased to announce to the Kodnkcrs in
this vicinity that films left by nine o'clock in the morn
ing are developed, printed and READY FOR DE
LIVER1Y at five o'clock in the afternoon.
Traduction and will bo (ho feature
attraction at the Star theatre tonight
and Saturday Marlon Invte u the
star and the supporting cant Includes
luch prominent players an Carlyte
Illackwell and ltalph Kellard Hubert
Yum" In the Elk- production of The
Mikado," supervised by El Andrew
These are only a few of the suecesv
ful appearance Mr Wagner ha
made In her home town, and with so
minr to her credit, this concert on
tho evo of her departure for No . Z Leonard directed
York gives an opportunity to add one "The KeNtlcs Sex ' deaU with the
more to the lone Hit j wnaa who Is not satisfied to be Jnut
The program will appear in a day i a wife, but wishe to attain a niche
or two Mr. Wagner la to ilnjc a for herself In the world of art Hte
novelty In a Chinese ong. written by phanle Cloland. a pretty New York(
Mr Pasmore. who hai made a ipcclal MCiety girl, in tho central (Inure and
tudy of Chlnete muilc, and hai cora-i her ambitions and romance form the
posed aorno fine thine atonic that 'story- Lavish backitrouniU, Including
line. She will alio sing Handel'i "Oh I a ball iceno that 1 laid to urpa
Sleep. Why Do Thou Ix-are Me' , anything of It kind ever filmed are
wth Tlolln obligate) arranged by Mr ' features An automobilo wreck form
"'faimore Another number I I'na one of the mot thrllllmc icene More
toco poco fa" from Itoulnl'i "llarber than alx hundred pernons were uted
of SeTllle" a brilliant number in in iobc 01 tne cpnoue.
Thi put our service on a par with the largeit
firms in the cities and marks another step in our
.. K . .. t.-.. umu .iir.
wnicn .Mr. rumuni u wimi-u ,,,,- (
icult and iparkllnc cadenxa. epecl
mlly tor Mr. Waener She --ill render '
name of tho fine old favorite, ai
well, IncludlnR "Oeatle Annie."
Mr Fred Cofer' namo oa a pro
gram 1 a I way aiwurance of mutlcal
excellence One of her number will
be "The Three-Horse SlelRh." by
Tchaikowky. which present a Jor-' play the leading role
otu picture of a winter port of the' Jackie Cooican. ono of the err
Ilusla of former day. find ever made in the varrh for
In addition will bo a olo number' boy with real acting ability, play
by Harry Itorol. who l deservedly a the title role
lavonie ia " r,, --.--
tlonal's six reeU of Joy. Is to be the
attraction at tho Star theatre begin
nlng Sunday It I more Charlie C bar
lln than has ever been put InU one
picture before, for. In addtt ion l"
being lx full reels in length the
tory "tu written by the med an
himself. Ho directed It himself and
ThU will make an Interesting
and one no ono can afford
How In a big moment a girl with a
According to to Um: IUxr
rctiblshot Jvtin Jolh l-nnon
i ltuU may urrrvt Ihr Ul Or
dlnal Ulbbvru a anhbuhop uf IUIU
Tickets on sale at the music stores J put( bnt ftT-urd' happily married
j faced a situation 4hat meant the tear
Ing down of all she had built up. Ion
I ! of a husband's lovo and frlendi. and
"1 how she swung It to the undoing of
the man who persecuted her, pro-
Wc arc constantly seeking to give our cuntomcra
the best goods and the best service. That we arc suc
ceeding is evidenced by the growing list of our pntrom,
Bring us your Kodak films for development.
In by 9
Out at 5
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON TRn? I
1 RURITV I
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
throueh the confiscation of car
Mrtd on deferred paymcata and Mir
ed by federal authorities as liquor
carrlow may b written In Oregon by
surety companies, according to a ru)
Ing made by A. C llarber. state In
8ALEM. May 13 Insurance to
protect automoone uealers irvra ,,,, thtt blr dramRUc nhotoplarl
V.Ik im n .nriiHlil.nl nf tun OHIdrwIw,
dar at the Mondale theatre Friday' Hut no one befor ha bohfr-d to
and Saturday I shpw us the why for. the psychology
Claire Whitney, who plays th"1 of It, bow he became a caveman, and
girl, around which a web of deceit1 so firth That H whit Jarum J-'
and treehery I woven, has consider-1 card has don In Honor Hound."!
able dramatic work to do. and she tho Universal picture In which Krnnk i
handle It In a capable manner Mayo U starring at the Liberty thea-i hlint-,n, wh
I THU I.IIIKUTY
Allah pralm the playwright w ho I aHrasHHawaavaanaM
. flni nrlrlnatil "MYpraaa1" Suiiiki . .. . . .. . ... . .
I " . ""' geogra'jnr anu inai msn i. ---M4
I edly the one typ t!iot tan win my, thn victim of bu rnviroamrnt T-
woman, actually (on one cure for a
Jaded drama of no pfUI merit
the caveman hat his ue
prote it tin bow one man pUrd br i
Ia GRANDE. May 13 More than
1,000,000 bushels of wheat have been
Martha Mansfield, a beauty of the tro today,
Zlegfleld Follies. Is another player Mr Jaccard
algm-d UP by the Oregon Co-opcratlvo , app,.arng In the company, who givei j0nor Hound. '
Grain Growers" afociatlon. accord- an PIC0teru portraytl rf a serlcu. ,tory nn(i , ,m
Injr to Kdear U l.udwick, organiza- cnaracti.r
tlon manager, who announced that en ' .
May 1 tho organization hod 3,309.-'
not only produced
but he wrote the
ponalble for the ml-
that morality Is mostly a
Frank Mayo, who is a good tor noth I
Ing In a cl.lllirx tinvlronmeni butiT
who buck up In the forrtt Of thn'J
Amaton Thrn hn ahow anutbnr X
man, played by Edward (in. ho,T
wo a genllinan f mtandlng in hl
ho r:m community, but who undergo
a downward Iramfonnatlnn In the
amn )unglr Then hn ihui whutl''
en a iMm:tltn iiution
awaken the primitive In the charge '.,
trr of each of them
Herald classified ads pay you.
YES, IT'S A SOFT SNAP
HOOD RIVER. May 13. HooJ
River is In the mldat of an epidemic
termed by some local physMans at a
mild Crm of Influenxa. Score of cul
drea hav Ixjcn stricken and eia&
elder haru been III Tho aymptonu
are er similar to Influenza. The
lllnesn, too. Is cbaracurtzed by pain
fully sore throats
SALEM. May 13 A rood roads!
highway transport national ssay'
contest, open itf all high itchocl pu
pils La belntr announced to llKi
school of the sUlc by Superintend
ent of I'ubllc Instruction J. A. Chur
chill The kubject of which the ewaya
are to be wrltton Is, "Good Roads and
Ill'RNS, May 13 The Inter-Moun-Uln
Telephone & Teleprapli company
with luuidquartc-rs at Burns, has tol-
untarlly gone Into tho handn of a,
receiver. The cempany waa organized
several years ago and operate tele-,
phono and telegraph lines oer a
largo portion of Harney county. Tlioj
action has been taken In an endeavor
to pl&co tho affair of the company i
on a strong footlnp William Farm of 1
Burns haa been named receiver.
ASTORIA. Max 13 TUo ten-nay
Btrlko of Columbia river fishermen
lina been settled throuK" acceptance
or n compromise offer by tho flsber
mon and fishing on all sections of tb i
m , y got au easy yy t--?
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- 1 44t CRpWftTW1 JS&LITTCK-!.
Stage leaves The Smoke daily
at 2 p. m. and the Central Hotel t
few minutes later. We use a large,
easy riding, comfortable automo
bile, in thorough repair.
Stage leuves Kirk at 8 a. m.
daily. Tickets $3 each way; round
trip $5.50. Phone your reservation.
f. Central Hotel 155-W. The braoke u-
EAGLE RIDGE TAVERN
Mth for the season.
FRANK K II FI.ETt'HKIt. Manager wishi. ' """"(J 11V
Eagle ItldK.i Tavern-llpper Klamath 1-akn will I"1 "I""1
th season. MJl,y
rt has been rlo.rd for " JJ" ,B,B"l
bn assured that Milder lb" our ,,f
This popular reso
mil cuts iniuiir inny lie onhii "', . -nl. ihst
the Mrcomudulliiii will be on a par at least
deceur Mr Mary Griffith.
A stieclalltv will be mudn of Sunday dinner
boutliig parties. .. tx lit
FUhlnir U ir..ll.nt rlvht now and nrrangewm
at tho Tuvern for boatn.
The munngeiiient exte
sincerely hope for u rout
toforo extendud our preduccor,
ilitlliuniini of the III'""" '
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W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON
CONTRACTING PAINTEJW (nl
Wn itlvo nil our work personal nlK'tition 1 ," nantio.
class limlorJill Let IIM kUo jou flljures on n
. . n- PlinnOOJl'
133 N. 4th St.
Got results by mine class ads.
124 So. Sixth St.
Lawn and Garden
rphey's Seed Store
Tlvor will ba roauincd.