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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
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Published Jallr excant Sunday, by
OTtor Herald 'Publishing Company of
ath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
at the postofflce it.Kli-
stt'alt, "Ore.; for transmission
thrsmgh taa aialla aa second-class
.or; in associated
The Associated Pre li exclusively
titled no the ut for republication
at all news dispatches credited to It,
r aot Otherwise credited In this
BBer,;ed alio the local' naws pub
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FRIDAY, JUNE Jil, IMt
"SPECIAlTSALE " OF PATTERN 1IAT8 AND DLOUshstt
U FOR ONE, WEEK ONLY. EXCLUSIVE MODELS SUCH At) 1
I THE OAQE, F13K, AMMB AND OOLD MEDAL HATS FOR 1
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At the Theaters
George, Hilton Jr.. appraiser for
the Federal Land bank at Spokane
la expected In tonight by tbo officials
t the'jKlamath Folia National Farm
Awa tin Case, who but recently re
turned from Corvallls, was In town
this morning from his father's ranch
on the Merrill road.
Mrs. Nate Otterbctn returned home
last night from' a two weeks' vacation
spent In Portland, Seaside, Salem and
Iran Houston, a freshman In the
University of Oregon, arrived home
yesterday afternoon to spend the
summer months. Mr. .Houston Is a
member of Phi Gamma Delta.
J. P. Hogan, who has a ranch south
of Merrill came Into town this morn
ing. He reports that the shower night
before last hit ruta of tho Mai In
country rather hard. The heaviest
storm broke on Sheep mountain, Mr.
Hogan reported and was a regular
Emannuel Dunn.iwell known to old
residents of this city, Is reported to
be quite 111 In tho hospital from a
serious infection, which came as a re
sult of a cut In his hand.'
John Simmons was In from Bonan
sa yesterday attending to matters of
Harry Klukkert has purchased tho
lome of A. U Mines at 1505 Oregon
venue. Mr. and Mrs. Hlnes expect to
return to their home In Toledo, Ohio.
Jay Mitchell waa a Klamath Falls
visitor from bis stock ranch yesterdsy
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. .White accom
panied by their daughteryUlrs. W. J.
Immel and biby, and by lUr grand
daughter, Mtsj Dorothy Detxell. ar
rived In town yesterday 'afternoon
from Pasadena. The trip was made
by automobile, and was a most en
joyable one, according to Mr. White,
Miss Delzell, who Is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Delzell, has beon
pending the past nine months In the
south with her grand-parents.
Mrs. W; C. Dalton was brought In
from bcr homo at Mai In and Is III at
tbo hospital In this city.
Mrs. Levi McDonald Is expected In
from ,her home In, Langell valley to
spend tho week-end with Jrlends and
Mr. and Mrs., George Bradley and
family left yesterday afternoon In
their car for Pendleton where they
will make their future home.
B. P. Lewis left this morning for
Howard Van Valkenburg returned
to bis home in southern California
this morning after a brief visit here.
Harold Oroy, who has just recover
ed from a serious illness, left Wed
nesday in his car for a week's vaca
tion trip to Medford and Riddle. He
was accompanied by Wesley Fraters.
To havo a semi-Intoxicated cab
driver go fast asleep on tho box and
leave you strandod In tho toughest
section of tho city is bad enough.
But It you're a grown man, wolgh
280 pounds, and arc coming homo
from a mosquorado still attired In
tho child's costume that you wore,
It's slmplr awful funny! That's Ros
coo ("Fatty") Arbuckto'a plight In
ono of, tho sldo-splltUng scenes in
"The Llto of, tho Party," coming to
tho Star theatre, today.
'By arrangement with Joseph M.
Schenekv the rotund comedian has
deserted the slapstick field and Is
to appear in a series of full-length
Paramount feature pictures. "Tho
Llfo of Tho Party" was adapted from
Irvin 8. Cobb's 8atardar Evening
Post story of the samo name.
by her older Bister. Tho older sister,
Phyllis, concludes that tho only
thing to bo dono is to eoml away her
wild and erring slstor, Inah. But
whoro Is sho to obtain tho monoyT
An otfor of niarriago has boon mado
hor by her wealthy employer. Shnll
sho marry him and obtain tho monoy
that will savo her sister? Sho does
not loro him. Hor heart Is iwlth Bob
ble Warner. Confronted with this
cruel dilemma, sho makes tho groat
decision. Gloria Swnnson, formor
comedy queen, who mado n very suc
cessful first appcaranco In sorlous
Triangles aa Phyllis Gyno In "Socie
ty for Sale," appears in tho leading
Back From Two
Week's 'Auto Tour
Mr. and Mrs. George Walton and
daughters, Beatrice and Katberino, of
Merrill, returned Wednesday nlgbt
from Portland, where, they attended
the convention of the grand chapter
of Royal Arch Masons. Mr. Walton Is
an officer of the grand chapter. They
were away two weeks.,
They made tbo trip by automobllo
and took In the scenlo beauty of the
Columbia river highway. While in
Portland Mr. Walton renewed ac
quaintance with Roy Denny, originat
or of Dcnno's food and president of
.the, company that manufactures this
nourishment .for Infants and invalids
with offices in Chicago, Seattlo and
tr. Walton' and Mr. Denny wero
closer chums yearn ago and tho they
lad not met In 20 years, tboy bad a
Mrs. Lloyd George, 'wife of the
British Promlor, says thai sho at
tended Sunday School regularly until
she was 30 years old.
Eva Novak, the flaxen-haired beau
ty of the screen, Is preparing to add
to her army of admirers when "The
8mart Sex." her most recent Univer
sal comedy-drama is shown for tho
first tlmo locally at tho Liberty
Miss Novak, who never falls to
charm, Is at her best In the rolo of a
barn-storming chorus girl.
Accompanied by a trick goose tho
girl leaves a traveling theatrical com
pany to search for some employment
whero there is a chance to experience
Indigestion moro frequently. From
the moment she leaves the troupo un
til the climax, she' encounters adven
ture after adventure; somo of them
amusing, often hazardous, and always
Geoffrey Webb, the popular young
leading man of the London stage, has
one of tbo principal supporting roles,
while Frank Braldwood has the oth
er. Others In the cast are Mrs. Mar
garet Mann, Mayro Hall, C. Norman
Hammond, Dorothy Hagan, Calvert
Carter, Jim O'Neill and Evelyn Mc
Official Count of
SALEM, June 24. Official count
of tho vote on siato measures at tho
special election, Juno 7, shows tho
soldiers' aid, emergency clause veto
and women's juror bills carried. Tho
extended legislative session and hy
gienic marriago bills were defeated.
Following are tho official figures:
8lxty-day session For 42,924,
Soldiers' aid For 88,219, against
Emergency clause veto For 62,'
621, against 45,537.
Hyglonle marriago bill For 56,'
'858, against 65,703.
Women's juror bill For 59,882
Dig pleasant , front bedroom for
rent by woek or month. Rates reas
onable, lat Dr. Domorost, 287 Jeffer
son, or Phono 447R. 24-27
Call 185 for your taxi,
FOR HIRE lJurgo and small cars,
Phono 185. 24
A good bod and a good bath at
Colonial rooms. 11th near Main, 24
Havo your noxt portraits taken at
Stlnson Photo Shop. ' 24
FOR RENT 3 room' partly furnish
ed apartment. Hot and cold water,
bath. Swnnson Bldg, 635 Main St
Household furniture at a bargain,
1005 Pine St. 24-25
FOR SALK Rostaurant, very reas
onable Bargain for quick sate
Easy tonus to right party. Selling on
nccount of sickness, 1122 Main St.
FOR RENT Furnished 3 room apt.
$35.00 mo. See Mrs. Myrtlo Ander
sen, Apt. 6. 628 Oak St. 24-26
LOST On Ashland road a lady's
blaak straw toquo and man'u brown
Knox hat, slzo 7. Return to Hotel
Hall, room 308. Reward. 24
WANTED Rollablo party would Ilka
uso oi pisnp lor lis Keep. wo cnuu
ren. Call or uddress 1214 Worden
FOR RENT Transient rooms. Kel
log House. 24
Young girl, age 13 would like post
lions looking after smalt children
while mothors attend parties or ninko
calls. Rollablo and can glvo best ref
erences. Address J. E. Herald office.
FOR 'RENT Modern five room
house on Crescent Avo. Inquire
1116 Lincoln. . 24
"Iter decision," to be shown at the
Mondalo theatre on Friday and Satur
day is one that will undoubtedly ap
peal to the feminine element In tbo
community. A woman Is confronted
with a problem. It. Is a groat prob
lem that can only be solved by her
making a loveless marriago. Hor
younger sister bos made a terrible
mistake. She faces disgrace and at
tempts suicide, which Is frustrated
To make a good
teed drink, a full-
bodied fine flavored
tea is needed.
iHilvilla, a better tea,
BAROA1NS IN USED CARS I havo
a number of used cars of all inakos.
For demonstration call at Metropoli
tan garago and ask for Jas. F, taper.
I wish to snounce to the Ladles-of
Klamath Falls, that tho l Franco
Beauty Parlor located In Winters'
Dldg., will bo open for buslenss, Sat
urday, Juno 25. Respectfully, Mrs.
F. R. Laughton, Prop, It Operator.
FOR RENT 3 room furnished apt.
Large room. Finest view In town.
Phone 444 between 6:00 and 7:00 p.
FOR RENT One room partly furn
ished -housekeeping room. 116 8.
9th St. 24-25
BARGAINS All kinds. W save you
money. Saturday 10 a. m. See Dick
6lh ft Klamath Ave. 24
The lens sees with you the autographic
record remembers for you when you
Kodak as Yon Go
OUR RTOKK IH HO CONVENIENTLY LOCATED THAT IT
IM PRETTY HURH TO I1K "BIGHT ON YOUR WAY."
KTOP OFF A FEW MINUTES. TUB KODAK YOU WANT
IH HERE. t . .'ij;
Kodaks from $8.00 up
Brownies from $2.00 up
W'sL, KLAMATH BALLS OREGON TffoJw
V Wriewc PAKTicucAft ptoruc ll
' Jtn UV TMtlR DRUGS lAdKJkfcd
FOR 8ALK 2 room houso and 3 tots
In Mills Addition $1000. $100
down, bal. $25 per month. 1168. 9th
Advertising brings efficiency.
100 PER CENT UNION
TONIGHT AND SAT
The Drill Starts
Crater Oil & Gas Co's.
WELL No. 1
Ml "Spud In"
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
There will be Speeches, Free
Barbecue and Entertainment fnr all
Fatty Arbuckle in
"The Life of the Party"
Tho world's funniest fat man ac
tor In a flvo act mllk-fod romance
rolling in laughter. Uy the world's
funniest fat -man writer Irvin 8.
"Slaying the Hippo
potamus" Tho first of Dr. Vandonburgh's
Borlos of tho wild men of Africa,
Two Reels of Good
TIIE BIO PROBLEM PICTURE.-.
(ILOKIA HWANKON AND J. HAR
A story of monoy rr.nir age and
momorles. Also Ford Slorllng In a
Mack Sennet, comedy called
'A MAIDENS TRUST'
It's n suro gloom chaser.
Send your clothes to the Klamath
Hand Laundry. Clvo ui a trial. Phone
573W. 7th &' Klamath Avo. 24-36
A classified-Ad will sell It.
COMINO bUNUAY Anna Alice
Chopin's maitorpleo, "Mountain
Madness" nnl Larry Sotnon com
At The Liberty
Eva Novak in
The Smart Sex"
An exciting crook
For Telford's Milk Fed
AT DREAMLAND PAVILION
BIG TIME - PLENTY OF JAZZ
If It's Loose
We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. ,24 s "