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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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IF WASHINGTON WERE PRESIDENT NOW
Descendant of the Family Tells What George Would
Think and Do Today
WII.MAM I.. WASHINGTON
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The, turning llcmlil. Washington N the lit-trdllitiy ivp-nM-nlnllTO
of liN iIMIiwuMuhI oilxMr In llu Society
ol (lu Cincinnati. .
IIV WILLIAM 1.AXIKU WASUINC'TON
NEW YORK, Feb. 22. If George Wash
ington were president today he would look
upon the disarmament conference as the
greatest step toward' a better civilization in
the world's history.
He would see in it the beginning of a great
world movement that will bring nations to a
He would recognize a changed condition
that would require a closer alliance between
the United States and Great Britain, in par
ticular, and France.
This would not be a political alliance, but a
defensive alliance by which these countries
could stand together and protect each other,
and the weaker nations of the world.
If Washington were here today ho would
find the American woman superior to her
grandmother in initiative, physical develop
ment and independent thought. He would be
proud of her.
It is not generally known that George
Washington held the country's record in the
.running" broad jump. It wasn't exceeded
until 1SS3. He was also a fine wrestler, and
enjoyed most every sport.
If lie were here today he would undoubt
edly be interested in baseball, football and
other clean, healthy games of the American
Always abreast of the times and often a bit
ahead, President Washington would have had
the greatest innovations of the age in the
Ho was the first man in the country to use
the letter press, and one of the first to use a
;old pen in writing. There is no doubt that
le would have his home equipped with every
novn utility ranging from electrical house
lold appliances to a wireless telephone.
If he were a bit younger, he probably would
be an ardent aviator.
He would be a regular patron of the opera,
the theatre and the better class of moving
picture and possibly an occasional visitor to
the circus. In expense books rigidly kejit by
the president are entries for many tickets
bought for the circus usually in blocks of
six. He always made sure that members of
his household enjoyed themselves as well as
He. would be the most popular man of the
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"lAMON AXI PYTHIAS" IS
CUKAT KIWI OP KMKXIWMP
"A friend I the first person to
romo In, when all the world has
Bono out." ,
Four hundred yearg before the
iliwnlnic of the Christian era, the
drama of "Damon and Pythta" was
enacted and has lived and crown
down through nil ages until It is
tho foremost theme In the world
today upon which unlrersat pea re
may be founded.
It I this sublime story that ti
unfolded in the absorbing and soul
ful photo drama of "Damon and
Spectacular, Stirling, gripping
nro Its scenes; laid in Greece in
tho pomp and glory of he'r 'greatest
day, with its colossal groupings,
classic dancer, games, tho thrill of
tho chariot race, battles upon sea
and land, cities built and destroy
ed, and through nil this, with dra
matic fire and touch of sentiment
runs the story of human friendship
and Its lesson of man's humanity
Never before In the history of
pictured play have scenes of surb
magnificence and grandeur met the
Ilecauso of Its appealing story,
Itit deep and Inspiring love luter
wls. Its nearness to all that Is hu
man, Its educational and uplifting
Influences, It Is a picture all will
want to see. It Is the picture pres
entation of a story of friendship
that has lived through all the ages
It Is a photoplay that will never
This magnificent picture will bo
Hhuwn at tliu Straud theater to
night, under the auspices of the
local lodge, Knights of Pythias, for
two performances, tbo first begin
ning lit 0:30 and the last about
S:30. There will be u matinee to
Tho pianist at tho Strand has
selected spoclul inuitc to accom
pany tho picture.
registered at the Hair hotel from
their home In Dbrrls.
E. A. Page and Ouy Law ton are
Fort Klamath-vlsltirs ti this city.
They are registered at thi Hotel Hall.
Oeorge W. Vochatter 1 In thN
city from his home In Merrill. Ho Is
registered at the Hall hotel
Mrs. W. Kemp left yestenlay morn-
lng for Wilfets. California where she
will visit Indefinitely with her sister
J, K. Jones and John Sullivan of
Merrill ore registered nt the Arrrnlo
Mrs. Ceo. Wright nnd daughter are
registered at the Arcade from Chllo
quln. Charles W. King Is a recent nrrlv
al here from Weed. Ho is registered
at the Arcade hotel.
Tho announcement of the marriage
In San Francisco on Feb. IS, of Lorln
II. Tryon. a prominent sheepman
with Interests In this section, to MUs
Ola Wlllett of San Francisco, has
been received by friends.
J. O. Ooldtbwalte of the' Modoc
Lumber company Is reported to be 111
with the Influenza at the Palace
hotel In San Francisco. Word has also
been received horn that W. K.Larain
of the Lamm Lumber company Is at
the amo hotel suffering from the
same ailment. According to friends
thoy are both Improving nicely, how-.
. 1. Scehorn wns a southbound
passenger thN morning. He will J
spend several day in San Francisco
trau.irtlng tiMlnr. nnd then re
turn to his iiftmo In I'klnh.
K. A. IUockllngcr of the Chlloquln ,
Lumber company, accompanied by 0 ,
11. Jordan, hN superintendent, was a
passonger on this morning's tratn fori
his home In ilerkeley. I
The regular meeting of St Paul's
episcopal (Jtilld will be held at the
home of Mrs. Wilde at the Lyle Ats . '
at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon.
1IAHY CIIIX White Leghorns In lots
ion and up. lU'.nly Monday, I'oli
JTthf Oolden Huff and llriiwn Leg
horns, Aneonus, llluck Minorca. It. I.
Iteds, Huff Orpington. Marred nnd
White Uock later date. Knooh
Crews. Scabrlght. California. :;
FOIt RKNT Furnished ono room
.abln. 711 Walnut 22 '
FOIt SALF. Auto cars, nll'goixl sper-j
ulatlon prices Must get away See'
Dick. 240 Ilro.id St 22-2S ,
Woman wnnN work by hour or
day Phone 33TJ 22
tuns Foil woed:
The I'nlon High School Dlstlrei N'n
1. Mnlln. Oregon. "Ill recehn liliN for
IS roriN of two foots plrni ilr wnnd
l'rlo to i, F o II Muliti High
clioiil ground and to l delivered
.'. conN to be delivered nt once
30 roriN to b delivered on or ho
fore September 1, 1922 llliN Mill l
received up to March 1st, hmiiio 'o
In, nddreMoil to the Clerk of, 1'iilon
High school district No I. Mulln
lly ortler of tin Hoard of Director
of I nlim High School DUtrlct No I
Mnlln. Oregon 22 21
Every day at the Rex, 2Se dinner
from 11 to t. 15.22
Every day at tho Rex, 2.1c dinner
from 11 tort. 13-22
Every day at the Rex, 25c dlnnor
from 11 to '!. lu-22
FOUND Automobile crank. Owner
may have same, liy calling at Her
ald office and paying for ad, 22
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
for all occasions
KAtATII l'I.OWi:it SHOP
Phone .-.!'.. SSI Main St. 22
PIKMilt.YM AT KACRi:i HKAUT
Au appropriate program was given
Kstcrduy afternoon at the Sacred
Heart Academy In honor of the birth
day of Washington. School was dis
missed nil day.
Every day at tho Rex, 2oc dinner
from 11 to 6. 15-22
We furnish a' nice wurm dressing
room, a bathing ault, towel and show
er for 35 cents. The plunge Is free
to spend what time you like. Come
and have a good time. J2C F. 28
Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Stelnmetx have
returned hero after vacation trip of
u bo ut three months pcnt In Califor
nia and several cattorn cltlw.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Martin accom
panied by Mrs. A. C. Johnson of
Chlloquln, left for San Francisco this
morning where they will remain for
ubout three weeks.
P. p. Vettel, associated with Watt
and OcLap In the sheep business, re
turned to Oakland this morning after
having apont teverul days here with
Charley Do La p. x
Mrs. Charles Otey returned to this
city last night. She has spent the
pait three or four months In Califor
nia and the eust visiting relatives.
K, J, KliiOjUette Is registered ut the
While Pelican hotel from San Fran
W, C, Van Einon returned from
Ban Francisco last night wliero he
kftK be- on ttiilneu for several days.
HFM$ . W' Hf eUte,D are
Bring Your Friends
See the Great Lesson on Friendship
ENDORSED BY EDUCATIONAL AND HIS
TORICAL SOCIETIES AND 750,000 PYTHIANS
Read This Letter
SUPREME GOVERNMENT KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
EXECUTIVE IIBPA KT.MKNT
llrlg. S. Young, Supreme Chancellor
November 3, 1911.
Universal Film Mfg. Co., New York City, N. V.
I linvu no words In which to tell you of tho deep
Impression made upon mo as I witnessed tbo story of
"Damon and Pytblas," us It Is told ONLY by your
Every Pythian Evory Pythlan's wife, non and
daughter Every Pythian', friend Every minister of
( i oil's word Every man who believe.i In maintaining
the purity of our homes -Every man who believes in
the uplift of hla fellow men should witness this won
derful production. Sincerely, (Signed)
RRIO. S. YOUN'O.
Supreme Chancellor Knoghta of Pythias.
THE STRAND THEATRE
Two Shows, 6:30 and 8:30; Thursday Matinee 2:30
IOC ' USUAL PRICES 20C
I Am Now Ready to
Take Your Money
FURNISHER OF HAPPY HOMES
Between the Club Cafe and Charley's Place
Oh, yes; I still have the initials J. T., and the
"T" stands for Trade.
THANK YOU, PUBLIC!
We are Going to Repeat the
Genuine Burnt Cork Minstrcl.s
February 23rd, at 7:30 P. M.
Reserved Seat, 75c
General Admission, 50c
No War Tax Charged
Will try to let you all in this time. The fellows
who had to sit on the roof of the box office can
come in free.
Tickets at O. Larson's Shoe Store, Main, near
Sixth. Phone 539-W, or ask any of the Legion
Get Your Spring
Dozens of the newest stylet in Spring and
summer suits now on display at this store.
Take advantage of an early selection and
get just the one you want Prices are
down in the reach of everyone. We can
now give you a guaranteed all-wool suit
for $30.00. Can you beat it? An excel
lent assortment from $30.00 to $55.00.
Apy price you want to pay, and any size
and color you prefer. We carry one of the
largest stocks of men's clothing in the
state, and are in a position to offer you a
large assortment to choose from. Warm
weather is but a few weeks away. Get
that suit now and be prepared. All the
other trimmings in endless variety. Let
us be your clothiers. ,
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K. K. K. STORE, Leading Clothiers
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