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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
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Published Jolly oxcopt Sunday, by
Tho Horald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, nt 110 Eighth Street.
Entered nt tho postofflco at Klo
math Falls, Oro., for transmission
through tho malls as second-class
At. the Theaters
member of tub associated
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively
ntltlcd to the use for republication
of all nows dispatches credited to It,
er not othorwlsa credited In this
paper, and also the local nows pub
TUESDAY, .MAY !!!, HM1
Secretary Weeks Tells
Church Has Duty to
WINONA LAKE. Ind May 24.
In connection with tho efforts of
the Presbyterian church to promoto
universal peace, John W. Weeks,
secretary of war, was asked to prq
sent to tho Presbyterian general
assembly, now In session here, a
statement giving his views regard
ing the function of tho church In
tho solution of the nation's prob
lems. As a result, the following
message from Secretary Weeks was
read Wtfay to tho Presbyterian
commissioners assembled from all
parts of the ceuntry:
"The nation Is gradually putting
Its house Into order, but neither
tho president by exccutlvo decreo
nor the congress by the enactment
'of legislation can wholly return the
country to a normal state. Tho so
lutlon of our problems, both social
and Industrial, will not be very dif
ficult "when the citizen himself de
cides to return to a state of nor
malcy; and It is this connection that
the -church, I think, has a duty to
perform, tho importanco of which
cannot be emphasized.
"The first lino of defense, of tho
republic from tho enemy without
and the enemy within Is not the
navy nor tho army, but the home.
This great nation was founded on
tho Iltllof group cf stundy Christian
homes that constituted tho Ply
mouth colony, and It Is to the
Amorlc-in hnmn that America owes
Its greatness and power.'not to Its J
commerce, Its mighty fleets, or its.
victorious armies. It la the source,
of our strength and wo cannot les
sen Its Influenco cr Impbrtanco
without dangeronsly weakening tho
very foundation of tho republic.
Keep the homes fires burning and
bolshevlcism and I. W. W. Ism and
anarchy will die of malnutrition.
"There aro abroad In tho land
influences which are steadily un
dermining the home life of Amcr,
lea, and the tendency of our mod
em life Is to seek-A substitute for
the home. In returning tho nation
to a state of normalcy, our first
duty Is the restoration of tho Banc
tlty, the Integrity, and the Import
ance of tho American home. Tho
church Is In raoro Intimate rela
tionship with tho homo than any
other agency in tho body politic,
and In these days of reconstruction
tho church can, If It will, exert a
steadying and sobering Influenco at
a timo whpn men aro not Inclined
to think clearly, and can render
tho nation and Itself no greater ser
ylco than to undertake, as Its part
in tho readjustment of the affairs,
of tho country ,tho ro-ostabllshmont
of tho old fashioned American
'. (Signed) JOHN W. WEEKS.
Throo big tlmo acts of vaudovlllo
will ho given at the Slur tlicntio to
night and tomorrow night In con
nection with tho regular picture
program. "Visions D Art, thu act
beautiful Is something now and a
genutno novelty. Oldfleld and Drew,
and Clark and Bcnnott, nro nil dl'
rcct from Graumuns' big Los An
geles theatre Oldflold and Drew
will afford you nil the laughs rrnvo
for in their comody, whllo Clark
and Dennett -will entertain with
their high class Hawaiian music, n
musical treat well worth tho prlco
of admission nlono. Eugene O'Brien
will bo seen tonight In tho Sett-
nick picture, "World's Apart."
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U NEW AltUIVAKS IN SPOUTS
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"Body and Soul," n photoplay
promising to be tho mest Interest
ing of Allco Lake's nppcranco on
tho screen, will be seen tonight nt
tho Liberty theatre.
Local motion picture theatregoers
have scon and liked Miss LaKo in
tho comparatively fow but mora
tho compnratlcely few but moro
turcs which have veen hors slnco
her sensational rocketing to popu
larity. As tho rishcr girl In "Should
a Woman Tell?" and tho not dis
similar but mora ambitious role In
James A. Heme's "Shoro Acres" her
freshness of personality and
strength of emotion placed her on
an artistic plane which sho achiev
ed again as tho rough diamond her
oine of "The Misfit Vlfo.'
The forthcoming screen produc
tion, a story of an Amorclan girl art
student In Paris, will give tho young
nctrcss a character rather different,
it Is understoed: a departuro from
tho glrl-ln-glngham parts. It Is a
romance of the Latin Quarter; and
Miss Lake, say those who havo had
pre-release vlows of tho picture,
proves as piquant In tho Parisian
atmosphoro as It sho had been born
and raised -within a stono's throw of
Thero aro some Intensely tragic mo
ments In tho Triangle play, "Tiger
Olrl," which will como to tho Mon
dalo theatre next Friday and Satur
day. However, this Intensity Is en
thralling and is saved from being ex
cessive by a lightening of tho pros
pective In tho end. Lillian Glsh stars
as tho wronged wife, and her portray
al Is coming as tho young, pure-soul-ed
girl, brought up apart from tho
rude huxly burly world. Wilfred Lu
cas is tho husband, who was a man
about town prior to his marriage who
becomes tired of matrimonial bonds
and seeks solace In the exciting soci
ety of a daring stace dancer. Ros-
zlka Dolly. '
The play offers one of tho moat nb-
sorblng stories recently seen In tho
films, and it Is predicted that It will
havo extraordinary popularity when
ever It is presented.
Here Gomes Electra Plait
Chautauqua Brings Famous Monologitt and Entertainer
With Stone-Platt-Bragers Trio on Second Day
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I Leave Your Filttvs
'Before 9 O'clocK-Your
A.M' Pictures am readr at"
WL, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON ftTo?"
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE l!J
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Electra I'lutt Is coming! Thlh great luunohigWt llrst won her fniue lu
"blg-tlmo" vniulevllle utid now stands nt the pinnacle of her profession In tho
Lyceum and Clmutnuquu world. She Is u delightful entertnlner plui. SNi
writes all her own monoloss nnd prencnts ihem uh only Klectra Piatt can. !
With her come two other real artists, comprising In nil tho Stoiio-Plntt-Hrugcrs ,
Vernon Stone, formerly of "The linn Jo Fiends" on the Orpheum, U n wlz- .
ard on the banjo. He seems to have uncanny power over this ever-popular!
instrument. Acnuie urngcrs, mini member or this accomplished trio, Is u
Belgian plano-neeonllonbt and baritone of note. He Is n graduate of tho
ltoyal Conwrvutory of Jlrusels and Is un artist to his llnuvr-tlp.s.
Use ordinary Kir Flooring when you eun buy tho famous '
FORKED LEAF OAK FLOORING
For less than you would pay for n good larpat?
On account of n recent decllnu In tho market wn uro ablo to mnko
theso oxceptloniilly low prices:
13-10x2',; Clr. Qunrturod Whllo Oak I22G.00
J3-10X2U Clear Plain Whlto Oak $170.00
1.1-lCx2Vi No. 1 Common Oak I 90.00
3-8x2 Clear Quartered Whllo Oak $175.00
3-8x2 Clear Plain Whlto Oak . .$120.00
Wo have this stock stored In dust nnd molsturn proof bins
ready for Immcdliito delivery.
Wo Invito our Inspection.
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
Dog teams will bo furnished men
employed by tho Edison Company In
tho Sierras of Southern California
during the winter months when they
are cut off from tho outside save by
davit Ir this office, alleging facta
which. m ould defeat tho entry.
Notlc, will he pukllshod for nine
consocu.lvo weeks in the Evening
Herald, Klamath Falls. Oro.
JAS. F. BUnGESS, Register.
29. Apr. C-12-19-26 Mar 3-10-17-24
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
Not conl land
DEPAHTMnXT OF Till: INTERIOR
U. S. Land Offlco nt Lokovlow, Oro-
Kon. March 23, 1921.
Notlco Is horoby given that Ella M.
McMillan, whoso post-office addross
Is 217 Pine St., Klamath Falls', Oro
gon, did, on tho 24th day oX Juno,
1920, fllo In this offlco Sworn State
ment and Application, No 011479,
to purchase tho SW'i, SEU. BE
SWtt Sec. 5; N NW'i, Section 8,
Township 38S, Range 12 E, Willam
ette Meridian, and tho timber thoro
on, undor tho provisions of tho act
of Juno 3, 1878, nnd arts amenda
tory, known as tho "Timber and
Stono Law," at such valuo as might
be fixed by appraisement, and that,
pursuant to such application, tho
land and timber theroon havo been
appraised. Four Hundred Twenty
Dollars, tho timber estimated BOO M
board feet at $1.00 per M. and the
land $120.00; that said applicant will
offor final proof In supporfof his ap
plication and sworn statement on the
4th day of Juno, 1921, boforo Bert
0. Thomas, U. S. Commissioner, at
Klamath Falls, Orokon.
Any person Is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any time before patent
issues, by filing a corroborated aftt-
- served piping har
wth pur- cre&srr
S4 Ag"ijygfirErl " ,r A
THREE DAY'S PROGRAM
The program for the first three days is
The afternoon concerts will begin at
2:30, the afternoon lecture at 3:00, the
Children s Hour at 4:0.0; the evening con
certs at 7:30 and the evening lecturers at
8:00 o'clock, fallowing is the pregram:
May 24, , Afternoon Opening An
nouncements of the week. The Chautauqua
Director; Concert, The Liberty Bells of Bos
ton, Evening Concert Prelude, The Liber
ty Bells of Boston; Dramatic lecture, "Tal
low Tips," Dr. Robert Parker Miles, noted
journalist and interviewer.
May 25, Afternoon Musical entertain
ment, Stone-Platt-Bragers Trio; Lecture,
"The Problems of Today," Dean Ellwood
C. Perisho. Junior Chautaqua Play Hour.
Evening Musical Entertainment, Stone-Platt-Bragers
Trio, featuring Electra Piatt,
May 26, Afternoon Concert Prelude,
The Lowell-Patton company; Readings,
Winifred Windus, Junior Chautauqua Play
Evening Concert Prelude The Lowell-Patton
Company; Lecture, "Paying the
Fiddler," E. B. Fish, editor of "Labor and
Industry." y ,
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