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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1921)
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m EVENING HERAU). gyTH FALLS. OREGON
PubllshefttiMly except Sunday, b7
The Harold Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 118 Klgbth Street.
Knterod t th.e postotflce t. Kla
math Falls, Oo., for transmission
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The Associated Pna i exclusively
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of all jews dispatch, etadited to It,
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VTEDXUSDAVT MAY 18, (Kit
LACKT IS rREEO ON
AUTO OHHT CHABGB
Je'ek Later, "ho wu arretted om
a charge o't stealing asuaatomoblle
belonging to Fred Duke.vwaa freed
yesterday afternoon by Jnatlee of
tba Peace Oagbagen. Duke charged
that Later took tba naehlaa to
Chlso and fallod to rttarn It. Lace?
elalmed that ha wa hired to drive
hla patsenger to Attura and far
ther, Jf be dealred to go. and nnder
thee condltlona ha wont to Chleo.
T. J j McCarvel was granted a di
vorce from hla wife, Edith Mar
McCarrel, br Judge Knrkendall
yesterday, the cotta of the caaa be
ing aiicesed to the plaintiff.
.DORRIS. Cal., Mar 18. Chai.
Mcsslck, one of Macdoel' leading
merchants, vraa a business visitor In
Wm. 0. HagelsUln and J. D. Walts
motored Into tho country yesterday
morning to transact business with
some- of the farmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Carol Chase are vls
ltlng with relatives In Dorrls after
pending a few weeks at the I. E.
Kestorson logging camp near Iran.
A.. Marrln, farmer front the Tech
nor vicinity drore to Dorrla yesterday
to attend to bntlneaa matter.
Precipitation during the past B4
hour In the form of snow Interspers
ed 'with ,ratn,lias greatly Increased
the crop posMblltles In thl valley.
Fall sown crop arc far advanced and
spring "planting are progressing
tflteely. Precluding June frost, crop
In thl valley will be unprecedented
John Stewart, a farmer from the
Teehnor community, apent yesterday
In town on business.
At the Theater
A desperate struggle atagdd In
"Silk Hosiery." Hnld Bennett' latest
atarrlng vehicle which will be shown
at the Star Theatre tonight. Is no
man-tq-man combat, but a contest of
angry women, with hairpin firing,
and a gleaming dagger flashing In
the dim light.
Miss Dennett, aa Marjoria Bowen,
modiste's model, find Jewel and a
'letter that aha ha been aent to ob
tain, in tba possession of an unscru
pulous woman, and he battle affec
tively for their recovery.
Her antagonist, Maria Pavis, well
known emotional actress, I Mis
Bennett's equal In site and strength,
o that both nursed scratches and
bruises for several day afterwards.
Their gowns were badly torn, and
there were enormous casualties In
Director Nlblo elgbed In relief
when the scene was completed. "You
never can tell what a woman will do
with a dagger," he remarked wisely,
but from the resultant wounds II
would appear that fingernail did
mora damage than the flashing steel
The picture Is a delightful one and
presents Enid Bennett In an unusual
1r novel role. It Is thrilling and there
1 much enjoyable eomedr.
A. J. yoyeMeft for a short busl
neat trip to San Fraaclsco this
Jack Lilly .a Southern Pacltte
conductor who recently suffered the
loss of two tlngsrs In an accldont
between here and Chlloqutn, loft
for.S.in'Trsndsco" this morning to
recelro medical treatment at the
Southern Pacific hospital thero.
V. C. Thompson of the Chllo
quln Lumber company, la In town
on business for his company.
L. L. SwetUer of tba Oldsmoblle
tompaay of Saa Frantlsco, Is her
on matters of buslnes for his com
H. H. MeOrsgor, a lamberman of
Con roe. Texas la registered at tea
White Pelican hotel.
W. B. Lamm, ef the Lamm Lum
ber company at Modoe Point, Is In
town for the day.
Robert It. Davis, a Swan Lake
lumberman, Is In attending to busi
George Chastaln is down from
Cbltoquln attendlsg to business
matters for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bailey are
down from Kirk baying supplies
nd attending t other buslnes
Lorlda M. Saubsr I an ' out of
town visitor from Klamath Agency.
Among those tn from Lorella to
day are . T. Scbeble and W. W.
Walter Zetsman and family are
la from Miller Hill today buying
Marshall Hooper, of the First State
and Savings bank, left for Jackson
ville yesterday to be gone a few
days on business.
The Misses Gone Perry and Elea
nor Torey left for Eugene this morn
ing where they expect to remain for
a few days attending tbo Junior
Week-End at the University of Ore
gon. J. L, Colvl", the Southern Pacific
brakeman, who has been tn San
Fran elsco receiving treatment at the
Southern Pacific hospital for the past
few weeks, I back at work again.
Mr. A. K. Cox was a passenger for
Wd tht atoralag where she will
paid a few days -vlsltlag with
Roy V. Foueh left for Portland
thl Homing where he will remain
three or four days attending the
American Legion state land meeting.
Miss Ruth Newton .left for Ash
land 'thl morning to visit with
frlsnd for a few weeks.
Mrs. O. T. McKendroe left for
Ashland thl morning to attend tho
graduation exercises of hsr daughter
who is attending the convent thero.
Mis Mildred Milliard, who hns
boon visiting hore for tbo past woek
at the home of Mrs. C. P. Mason, left
for her home at Colfax, Washington.
John Temple was a passenger for
Midland this morning where he wilt
spend the day attending to business
Mr. W, T. Mayborry left for Rod
Bluff, California, this morning to
spend two woeks visiting with
Mr. P. R, King, of Merrill, loft
thl morning for Houston, Texas, to
be gone several months visiting with
Thomas B. Boyle of the Mendocino
Larnber company located at Mendo
cino, California, returned to his
home this morning after spending
several days here looking Into tho
lumber situation. O. B. Mallory, also
of the Mendocino Lumber company
came with Mr. Boyle and will remain
a few days longer.
Charles Ray will again be aeea at
the Mondale Thoatre tonight when
"The Hick," a comedy-drama of col
lege life, will hold the boards. Miss
Bessie Barriscale heads an excellent
"The Hick" Is adapted from "Plain
Jane," by C. Gardner Sullivan, au
thor 'of ' thatC famou'a Triangle play,
"Tba Flams of tba Yukon."
It concerns the adventure of a
slaver In a email New England col
lege town, her Innocent flirtation
with ono of the "college dudes," Im
personated br Ray, hsr winning of a
beauty prize and her eventful capit
ulation toi the wile of Dan Cupid.
Throughout the piece is .abundant
with the Atmofpbere. of the campus,
minded roung student, who, upon
meeting "the girl" beecynes convinc
ed that he ha much more to live for
than bis books and a career.
Mies Barriscale leads the support,
and it is declared to be one of the
most ingratiating characterizations
she ha aver contributed to the
v Ray Is cast
Patrons of the Mondale Theatre
will be pleased with "A Wild-Goose
Chase," a fire-part Triangle produc
tion, which comes to this tbeatro on
It features Hazel Daly, who Is sup
ported by Matt Moore and Sydney
Alnsworth, and was directed by
Dedicated "To the Men Long Miss
ing In tbe Arctic Circle," It Is quite
an original picture, and tbe dotalls of
life in tbe Arctic regions, with all
the hardships experienced by those
accustomed to the luxuries of civili
zation, have been presented with con
The story Is rich In 'heart-appeal,
for It Is a love romance In which the
heroine must make an unusual sacri
fice, to eave tbe life of her lover?
It is lUtewjoe rich. In sconlo boau
Dependable High Grade Toilet Articles
Owing to our large trade our toilet articles are always fresh and in our stock Will be
found everything worth while that is advertised in the better class of magazines and
journals. v1 '" .
Sylotl Cold Crsam . ..........
Nynls Faco Cream :
Pond's Cold Cronm 0c and
Daggett & Ramsdolla 5c and
Palmollve Cold Cream .........
Cocoa Batter Cold Croam . .
3qutbb" Cold Cream ...........
Coleatcs Charmls Cream .......
Hod Feather Cold Croam .
Ingram's Mllkwoed Cream,
Pond's Vanishing Cream, 76c and ....
Woodbury's Facial Cream ...........
Velvetlna Vanishing Cream ....
Pompelan Day Croam ................
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Nylotls Faco Powder ..........
Day Dream Face Pcwder
DJorklss, 65c and ..............
Pussywillow ....... -. ........
Pompelan Beautr Powdor
Armand's Face Powder, 60c and
Throe Flower ...........-. ...
Java Rice Powder .........
Colgate Talcums ...
Cha-MIng & FlorUnt
Mat Is Talcum ........
Lady Mary .........
Sweet Girl Graduates
Graduation Day it a gala
event for any young lady
who is fortunate enough to
finish her school work. Make
the occasion one of happi
ness a day she will cherish
in the memories which come
with later years.
Select for her
Hand Bags, Fountain Pens,
Fine Toilet Sets, Etc.
Of course you will include a
box of Pig'n Whistle Candy.
Kodak Films left before 9
a. m. Developed and Print
ed ready for delivery 5 p. m.
8 Hour Service.
Cambor Hand Lotion Mo
Nrals Hand Lotion o
Hind's Honor nnd Almond
Cream, M.3B and - ' JOo
Orlontnl Cronm .S1.B0
Maurlnu Beauty Lotion B0
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CCc and ...-Doodora
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Bplro Powder ...
Amolln, 60c and .
Modono .. .. -
X llazln's Powder
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Mnlvlna Cronm .....60a
Btlllmnn's Freckla Croam ............800
Volvutlna Frocklo Cream ...................OOo
Puroln Frocklo Croam Jo
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e Ulllllll't iruuuiu niiuusm .................v.
f Berry's Freckle Ointment ......6flo
Maurlnn Krockin uroam ,....wo
CO'ItO'Co Frocklo Cream ..BOo
Popsodont Tooth Paste
Peblen Tooth Paste ....
Colgate Tooth Pasta ...
Pcroxldii Tooth Pasta
Nyilontn Tooth Paste .
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
IJIUDOE WILL COSNKOT
SAN FRANCI8C0, May 18. Ac- In California, ho sank benoath
.,t-tv ninir xlttu lUf.AVIl' -nr,llnr to nitlmates br Ilaydon.' mUrKy WBlorn OI nuon oiuuu,
& Company tho
. furthnr anTolonment of tho Stono
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I1II1 UMEK. 1L UIHUUVU V wwsa
tniFt root brldra from the main- April
ixnri in thn Island at tho soutborn, pounds,
ond of tbe park, thus making avail
abl an ideal picnic and camping
-.. A 9tim tnnrlmtm Th. TOrV IH.
"---"" I - J , 1A11 Iia nrwiif.
tialn lin. Cents. Mil in "U .w-...
IS, 1921, was 725,000,000
with a inarkot prlco of
123 cants a pound, as against an
average price in 1920 of 17.46
conts a pound, in 1918 of 24.63
msrketablo ton mlleu west of this placo yestor-
States on day and drownod. Jacob Schnolder,
a mombor of the picnic and fishing
party nearly lost his life In his ef
forts to rrscuo tho drowning man.
Tho body was rocovored Isst even
ing by C. (1. Wells, an undertaker,
and will be shipped to tho family
homo at .Fessondon, N. D. '
Mr. and Mrs. Henko were visiting
friends hore for u few weeks. He
wns 69 yoara old.
being don by volunteer
der tbe direction of Capt.
which ajferda a fHJlm" MWtTliHnBlJ 't IsV W WV" M1' Witt 2V.$0WWV. m Rtuipr
tr the may asaU sltuatkns ofl iff doivm 40 JV ao", 9ySUftUm.M th) Ch aonaal
BMPiaea rraaa iir sup in we . i&
In (be pars of John raacbea of the North, must struggle
Adams, tbs svrlpus- for 4b; Dart necessities or existence.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 18 Af-
yoar, of IB. 27 conts a pound.
DOWNIKVILLE. May 18. Tho
flvo-stamp mill nt tho Rosslor pro
porty, Insldo tho town slto fo Dow
nleville, has started up and Is run
ning steadily for ono shift. Tho
ter a referendum vote the district mm was rocontly constructed and
council of painters has decided tothIs wss tho first tlmo the stamps
accept the recommendation of the wero dropped, but everything work-
building trados council and wlll,e(i jiko a charm.
go to work at $8. BO a day.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 18.
LODI, May IS. A tow minutes
after Iludolnh Henko announcou
Aerial patrol of Pacific coast forest tnnt ho wou,d tako n, fnai ,wm
win begin nest iriaay, accoraing
to announcement made by Major H.
II. Arnold, air servlco officer of
tbe ninth corps aroa of tho army.
..THE NEXT SPARK PLUG YOU BUY..
AND YOU WILL FORGET YOUR
SPARK PLUG TROUBLES
REED AUTO SUPPLY CO.
Lathy Batteries, Bosch Mafaetoea
ANDERSON, May 18. Sixty
four employes and a sraallor num
ber ot temporary workers wero laid
oft when director ot the Ander
son Cottonwood irrigation district
ordered all construction work dis
continued this week.
ROSEVILLB, May 18, Work on
building 400 refrigerator cars for
the Pacific Fruit Hxpress was com
pleted at tbe local Southern Pa
cific shops'. Tbe order was ptaced
a year ago, but owing to delays In
getting material work did not get
under much headway till last Feb
CUICO, May 18 HJgb. school
seniors from all part of Northern
Calltficnjai to the number of more
sfihool. Jutl&snt 0. M. Offenbaugb.
faculty and student were tbe en
tertalners of tbe visitors.
We charge the same
We give more -
same lor oyo
Wo chargo tbo
othor firms no more,
loss but we aim, to give
more, in detail of our exam
ination, nioro caro in accur
ate manufacture and adust
mont of glasses, and more at
tention to tbo wolfaro ot our
H. J. WINTERS
706 MAIN STOKET
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.
Central Hotel 155-W,
The Smoke 175