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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ftVsa fTwranmims UawbIJ Flncro'a famous drama. Ever given
AUCEiTCIUIlgneraiU to Uvlsunoaa of detail, tho author
ftMlakeeVJally.eaeeBt Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company of
aumim maiM, at lit Higuth Btreet
atered'at Ua pestofflce at Kit-
ath FaUs, .Ore...tacr transmission
BOMBER Or TH ASSOCIATED
The Associated Prase) excluslvel)
entitled to the tea 'ler republlcatter
ot all newMPcheB credited to It
r aot otherwise Bruited la thli
paper, wad alio tha JoeaTnaws pab-
Monday junk is, mat
The Elk hard. In. Klamath county
will not be destroyed by the state
flshand gam conusSsaton unless
positive proof la received by the com
mission that the hard Is destructive
to the agricultural interests of tho.
couatjr, according -to a statement
made by Captain A. E. Burghduff,
etata1 cam' warden, who returned
Tuaedar froWlamathl Falls.'
Tha 'statement la published la The
Antiered Herd, the official organ rot
the La Orande lodge of Elka,' which
eays further: N
Burghduff went to Klamath county
a week ago' with a potential death
warrant for the Klamath herd, nuav
beriag aboat SO elk. The eommlaaton
authorised him to take neceaeary
atapa t protect the agricultural Inter
ests of Klaavath county.
"Upon Investigation." said Burgh-
duff, "I could not And where the elk
had done more than S3 00 damage la
the past year In the vicinity of Fort
Klamath. Thls damage waa dona by
two does and 'a fawn. The herd la
not becoming domesticated and la
keeping to the hilbu
The hard will be watched this
winter aad It It sores ia on some
farmer and appropriate his crops, he
will be given protection. 1 believe the
detlre for elk meat la asore the
prompting factor la demanding the
hJlUsg of these aalajala 'than any
damage they nave done."
Bargfadorf reported great dearth
of water fowl.tn Klamath- county this
year and ascribed the reason to the
heeVy rains early this fall la West
ern Oregon which kept tb birds well
to the coast.
outdid himself In "Iris" with theiro
suit that tho ecroon version makes
an unuiuMty beautiful spectacle
MIm Pauline Frederick occupies an
enviable position on the screon and
In the realm of the spoken drnmo.
With her beauty aho combines wonderful-skill
oe an emotional aotreas.
It U a happy combination seldom
found either on the etago or on tho
screen. Tho story of "A Slavo of Van
ity" gives Miss Fredorlck a chance to
display both her skill ns an actress.
and also to "look protty."
The thtano la of a Woman who haa
been used to luxury all her lite. Hor
hueband dies tearing hor his groat
fortune but thare Is a string attached
to It. If she marries sgaln she loses
the money. About the tlmo tho pic
ture opens, Iris, tho widow, finds her
self In lore with a young man who
hM great talents but no money. Ills
undo has offored him a ranch In a
foreign land It ho will go and lire
or It. Iris la In a quandary. 8he lqTea
the man but aho also lores luxury.
If she marries she loses every cent.
There la a third party. In the equa
tion. A rich London banker, ,who
lores Iris and wants hor to marry
him. She has no affection for tho
banker but hta is tho greatest for
tune In England. It la a puzallng
problem tor the beautiful young wid
ow. The trick of the picture la tho
manner In which aho la finally ntdod
In making her choice. The ondng Is
very satisfactory-and- la reached
through a aerlea otiurprlsesV '
For the New Work
At the Theaters
"Passion" Is nnqnestlonsbly one
of the big photoplays of tho decado,
and. It Is big In etery conceivable
way, onjy a few of the leading
trumphs of the screen1 being" com
parable to It Next in Importance la
the faet that It Brings to, the silent
stsge a remarkably brilliant star,
who la new to his country, Pels
Negri,' a continental actress of the
rarest charm and a most pronounc
ed ability qaite'aU her' own. It Is
said ah Is 'destined1 to become one
of America's favorites of the first
rank, because aha displays what
America admires, namely genius
of a high order. Her portrayal of
the character of a little French mil
liner who by dint of her wilful cap-
neiousnesv ana ingratiating man
ners becomes tba ruler of a king,
Is one of the outstanding histrionic
achievements In the annafs of the
screen. It Is doubtful whether any
other artist could hare matched her
sterling performance before tho mo
tion picture camera In this particu
lar. Those who witnessed her per
formance at the Star theatre laat
evening seemed" a unit In enthusing
over her and It Is certain that If
she had bees present In person she
wouia nave oeen vociferously ac
"Passion" Is a super-drama in all
me , trw lmpllea. It is totally de
void of the common-place and main
tains a suspense and Interest which
frequently amounts to a'vsrltable
thrlHv It can' be truth'fuUy describ
ed ,aa stupendous. " '
Passion has Its final showing at
theBUr tonight at regular prices.
THK LIBERTY "'
''One of the most finished pictures
ever produced" is the unanimous ver
dict of critics who have seen "A Slave
of 'Vanity' the first picture made by
Pauline Frederick for Robertson-Cole
which shows nt Liberty theatro 'to
night. Tho photoplay is a screen adap
tation of "Iris," Sir Arthur Wing
Herald WnahlngUm Bureau
WASHINGTON, June 11. Former
Senator Oeorgo ' E. .Chamberlain,
Oregon1 member of the now shit ping
board Is ready to tako the .oath. He
At tho request of tho commission
the president would have authority
to i detail officers of the army, the
nnvy 'or other government sorvlccs
tor the performance of any duties
the commission might dee. neces
sary, but they would not be allowed
additional compensation for their
-" Mate Road Planned
Establishment of an 'interstate aya-
tem of-highways la stated in tho bill
aa the primary function of the com-.
mission. The most practicable routes
would bo followod with considera
tion given agricultural, oomaerelal,
postal, and military needs. Tha In
torests of porta would be enpeeted
to ba auardad aadk eaaneailosa .with
bordor lines and tha main highways'
of foreign Countries would 'aster
Into the schema. Hlntrwavn within
towns of mora than S000 pbpula-'
lion ou!d not be under the com-'
mission's Jurisdiction "except that
portion of any such highway along!
wnicn, within a distance of one1
mile, tha hotiMa iTinVfe mAM 4Iia,i !
00 feet apart."
All highways built under tho act
would be free from- tolls. Soma oth
er provisions are:
"That la any- state whsr such In
terstate highways or Darts therein
hsve been constructed la accordance
with a standard deemed adaaaata
for prevailing traffic by tha com
mission and are maintained as alaa-
where provided In this measure, tha
commission Is authorised ad di
rected to Join with tha state te tha
establishment and construction or
reconstruction of other highways
connecting or correlating with the
"That no project shall ba approv
ed by tho commission la any state
until tho stats has made adsquato
provision for tha maintenance of
ail highways selected by -tha com
mission.. In that state."
'Should any state fall to fulfill Its
agreement with the'' federal eon.
You Will Get The Herald lor the
full lime That You Pay for
Townsend Road Bill
r Gaining Favor,
(Contlnusd fiom rage J)
United States ssnats. Oeography
would be taken Into consideration
In making tha selections, and not
more than three of the members
could belong to tho same political
party. r I .
Bailee Sot Forth
Each commissioner would be re
quired to giro his attention solely
to the commission's business. Tho
president would havo power to re
move a membor for cause.
An accounting division, would be
one of the departments of tha com
mission. The "body of fire would, em-
la tiMNi on i)ia 1nh with Mb enftt nff.
MiTur fnr hii Mrt in twirast 'M"oa "tlve to maintenance 'aft
taak of making a great United K ""tructlon of such rosds tha
is lersi commission would
novice upon the stats commission,
and If repairs wsre not maaVwKk
Ir. 100, days after receipt of the
notice tho federal commission
wo tld make the repairs and. charge
the cost agatastutha stste's faisral
apportionment ,A t
Statee merchant marine a reality.
While he received at the hands ot
the aenate a great and. spontaneous
compliment, when his nomination
waa confirmed In open session by a
unanimous vote, It is Improbable
that ha will take the oath ot office
until' his aaaoelates are ready. The
committee has reported favorably on
,Whn you pay your mony for 'n9W&i
paper you want to know that you will get it.
For fifteen years The Herald has come to you
every publication day. Other papers) .have
come and gone, but each day The Herald
haitgrown bigger and better and stronger,
until today there is no small city paper in 'the
'state that surpasses it. That is why you are
sure lo get what you pay for whenyou tiib
scribe for The, Herald. We never ofter prises
or catch-penny schemes. The only thing we ' ,
give is better service and a better paper.
The man only slightly under the
Influence of Uquor sttracte consider
ably more attention 4han before pro
NOTICE OF FINAL HETTLEJIKXT
Notice In hrhr rlrnn thai lh n.
dcrstgnod administrator with tho
will annexed ot tho estate of John, J.
Maohl. rinfpn.fkff hn, NtA lM K.
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Klamath County tho final account
Of his admlnlilrallnn rt uM iitati.
and said Court has fixed Julr 18.
1921, nt-3 o'clock P. M., as the tlmo
and the Court room of said Court as
tho placo for hearing or said final ac
count and for tho settlement thoroof.
II. C. OROESBECK,
Administrator of the Estate of
John J. Mnehl. dnMiMd
Dated Juno 13, 1921. . ,
13. ZU. 27.1. 11
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notlco is hereby given that the un-
nin n, h- .i.f-r of m. chUf . u?""a aamjusiroior ao Donis non
:,.l. " ; ...:r:;7 " . z ,z or ,h9. ette..' ? a. Fleet, de
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OF 33 POUNDS
PORTLAND WOMAN DECLAHKH
THAT TIUM WAH THE LEAST OF
THE BENEFITS SHE DERIVED
FROM TAKIXa TANLAG IB
NOW ENJOYINO SPLENDID
"When I began taking Tanlac I
wolghed only a hundred and flvo
pounds, but I now welch a hundred
and Uilrty-olght , a gain of thirty
threo pounds," sold Mrs. C. P. Cbanco
S66 8ovier stroot, Portland, Orogon.
"But I consider' my big gain in
weight the sraal!est,qf tho bonoflts I
have received from Tanlac,"- she con-
glneer and a-secretary and such oth- ceased, haa filed In the County Court tlnuMl' "toT rl'vsd mo of a case
er accounting, engineer, legal and of the state of Oregon for Klamath of stomach troublo that had com-
clerical help' aa neceaeary. With tho County the final account ot bis ad- pletely wrecked my health,
exceptional of tha engineer and cam&lJiyiw Mt ,,Ar ls awful pains would
tho secretary ud'sueh iaborera as o'clock P. M..as the tl'meand the trlke me In the pit of my stomach
the eommlaalon might, .employ, all Court room of said Court aa the place and almost drlvs mo wild. Even the
assistants would be named under ror,V?0 bearing of said fnul account sight or food would'-often nauseato
the civil eervlco lw. Other condl- aml '" "oiLnEnTFLEET - '" "' bloat roo up terrf-
tlons being equal, the -bill requires Administrator do bonis non of "' W5T nerves wero so badly upset
thst honorably 'discharged soldiers, 'be estate of Eliza A, Fleot,
sailors and marines vo given pref- .-.. T.:f ,.,
- 71,1U UU11U Ad. IV&l
Carusa Sails. Eor Home
I HBII I aeBBHasQanaBBBBBBatV
that I would shake all ovor. My
sleep was unsound and I always got
up'ld'the morning focllngslck and alt
tired out, I ached all over and had
an awful pain under my shoulders.
"I got two bottles of Tnnlao and
before the first bottle was gone my
appetite waa better and I didn't feet
elck when I got up In the mornings.
Soon I began to gain weight and to
feel stronger. I .have taken sevoral
bottles 'of Tanlac now and don't be
lieve I ever enjoyed such splendid
health as I do now, I sleep like a
child at' night and feel well and
atrong all tho time and I really
weigh more than I oVer did In my life
A vacation never seems so far away
as 'two weeks beforo It starts.
Enrico Caruso, his wife and ospy, Gloria, aboard the President WIHn
as they soiled from New York for his home, to Italy. The famous tenor
expects to recuperate from his recent Illness and return next season to
alng at the Metropolitan.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I Notice Is hereby glvon that the un
dersigned administrator with tho
Will annexed of tho estate of Charles
Wl Haror deceased, has' filed In tho
County Cpurt of tho Stato of Oregon
for Klamath county tho final account
of his administration or said ostato
and said Court has fixed July 19,
1921, at .J o'clock P. M., as the time
and the Court room of said Court as
the place' fdr hearing of said final ac
count and for the settlement tlioraof.
Administrator of ho Estate of
Charles W. Haro, deceased.
Dated Juno 13, 1921.
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