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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLXMXTH FATX3, OREGON
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$20,000.00 STOCK REDUCING SALE
Opened Last Saturday with a
Just what we had expected. The women of Klamath County are
ready to buy their summer apparel now, and the fact that we offered
this great low price sale so early in the season was fully appreciated by the big crowds we had all
day Saturday. The fact that we had an overstock of $20,000.00 is ample guarantee that we still
have large quantities of the special bargains we offered on opening day. Sale continues all week,
and you should get your share. The prices we are selling at should mean a great saving on any line
you may need that we handle. Signed, H. N. MOE
Miss Mtoliolli. LeaWtt j-e turned
) ont nl jy from the I'nherslt) of Ore
gon to spend summer vacation hero.
Sho accompanied Mis Clara Calkins
and Mm. Krank Holdnson, MIm Lcav
ltt's sUter. The trl was niadi hv
Mr.. Cordon Qulmby and niiull
ClintCllKS MAKK APPKAI. '
TO KM (.l, .sTItlKK
(Continued from rasa 1)
cr.illfltd Id not Hut th press lid i
nude an unusual!) successful effort . ,T TIIK l.lltKIt I
to record th- fact of thin conflict l "Iltuubpartl Jr . which how at
Neerlhele. nothing effectual hn!he Liberty thcatr,. tonight feature
i i ... i .I-. i. . . i Mary Andcrfon a viol I known screen
been done to bring It to nn end. I '
"In spile of the iUlro of tin gow
eminent to avoid Interference. In the
star, and tells a mlle-.i-nilnute farce
story of a young ulfe anil husband
uliua troulilo beiomes mint In wilt
singed, although not really Inirned,
so to spvuk, how husband and ulfe
Ko their separate m.ok to erie
, Prance In the war how the are
both reclaimed and finally reunited.
combine to mak, a masterful phiitii
' pl.iy of metropolitan Hoclety life.
with .Norma Talmntlge In a m tnpntli
etle and artistic delineation.
i III till pla) Kugeti" O'llrlen ngnln
' has the leading rule opposite .MIm
controcry It has become necessary . . thrn,,h , ........iin,.,,, f i.,tlli.
I fn ihn uuipiti.irv ttr rftfti mrrt (ft ! ... .......
daughter, who have been spoudlngf' ". """" ' """ " " lord' raising tlielr rent to the limit
i i o . ii.i . quest The operator In the non-union n. oi.. i.min n.m i nmii mmrt.
ocr.iI weeks In Sacramento visiting1 ', ... ... . . . ,, lto tne couple rent a small apart-
i . . it i . . i . field and the retailer not to take I f ,h ,. . ., , nnl.. ,
to atlw rcturncd.home last cu-nlng t , ... ... I mint, the onl one in town. oni to
1 iimliiu tiilin nl ii t.. nf fti ulln.itlnn lt I . . . ...
Mlsi M lor Calkin returned Satur-i . . p . "-- ''find that they cannot occupy it for
"excessively increasing me price u.
nay trom tiio rnncrsuy.ni uregnn
pi..n aki: iit.iTi:i)
roit m:v i.im:s
(Conlnucd from rag 1)
MIk Lydla Krlcke. county hculth
nurse, left Saturday for I'ortlond and
Sunt tie on a month's vacation trip.
Mrs. Hex McMillan returned on
last evening' train from Dunsmulr.
where she spent the past week with
excessively inrrc-aniiR ine .riiw .1Ilnlh,.r .lav. linn- lhv sleeii In
coal. Thl action, maiilfeslly nec..., W(irn 01U oW .fvt.rt. noH tno). aar.
sary under the circumstance, ncer
theles scre to show the helpless
nusn of the nation and the Increus
Ins danger to the public In the face
of so great an industrial struRKle
wnere sne . u.e ,.- - ';Tho co,,, reS0CH aro ,)(.lnB g,cauily
her husband who Is employed by thek,. lh(j gllfrvrtlB of lh mncr,
Southern I'oclflc mi tMf ,,,, , hecominK more
Mrs. K. T. Saunders and sniull
son, returned last evening from
Dunsmulr, herp they spent, several
days with Mr. Saunders, who has a
position thero with the California
Stalo highway department.
Mrs. n. Michael Is a county seat
visitor today from her homo near
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick I), t-lmor
of Salt I.ako City, Utah, who have
been attending tho Shrine ceremonial
nt San Frnnclsco arrived Saturday
evenliiB for a visit with Mrs. Jurgen
Sleek, fllstor of Mrs. Ulmer.
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. K. Smith and Mr.
nnd M"rs. J. J. Parker left by car Ihhi
morning for Portland for a week or
ten days pleasure trip
Mr. William Marx and son, Wil
liam Jr., left Sunday for I.anesboro,
Minnesota, nnd Mllwaukeo, Wis., to
visit her parents In tho former placn
and tho family of her husband In
O. n. Moellor or tho Klamath
Klowor Shop has offered a sliver cup
na a prlzo to tho child winning the
largest numbor of points for entries
in tho flower show, which will bo
held In July. The cup Is now on ex
hibition In tho window of tho Flower
acute and tho bitterness attendant
upon the conflict will Inevitably increase."
rcl, as all couple do and decide to
go their own wuy, how tho husband
become Involved with three "wlvis"
and earns the obrlr4ict of "Illue
beard Jr.". I all told tn a decidedly
novel fashion with a well known cant
of farceurs which Includes besides
Mary Anderson, Jack Connolly,
Laura Ansen, I.lla Leslie, rtcorge
Hernandez and others.
Christians and K. of C.
Teams Play Tie Game
A C to C tie via tho result of the
baseball game between the Knights
of Columbus and Christian teams at
Modoc park yesterday afternoon. The
players battled for six innings, then
decided to call It off until Monday
when both teams will sail In to win.
Ilatteries: K. of C Magulro and
Flnneran: Christians, Banner anil
BABE FIRED 3d TIME
CHICAGO, Juno 20. Babo Iluth
of tho New York Yankees today re
ceived his thln layoff of thlg season
when President Dan Johnson of the
American leaguo suspended him for
... .Illirnn ilnvn for hl argument In ics-
Tlia con est Is open to ov er th I. j Cleveland with Urn-
In Klamath county under H year mm n aecMm m Vun.
of ago. Tho ln8os In which to Cleveland at second base
may ho entered wero printed else- m
whoio In Tho Horald. June IT. Mrs.! sri'VMI'ltS f(l 1 11)1'
II, N'. Moo, chairman of tho commit- miltM?Ki.villAt ',..,.. j 20
too, will bo R1nd to furnish any Jn., Sui.im()r ThmwH p Hm1 from
formation regaruiug mo ii "
nt nny time,
i.ctiiox Minrrs toxhjht
Tho Amoilrnn Legion will hold Its
regular moetliiK tonight, Tho Ameri
can Legion nuxillniy has cnlled a re
resg for (ho summer and no meetings
will be hold until further notice.
Concroto highway under conslruc
Porllantl Now Sovereign hotel to
Pacific portR In Iialtliuoro collided
with tho Norwegian Steanur Vlcto
iff Crump thlp ard loduy. Tho
Vlcto wag damaged while tho Ileal
escaped with .slight dauiago to hor
stern. The Vltto was nt anchor.
Here's a rich motion picture feast
for you, a mental repast that will
give you more laughs that you have
bad for a long tlmo and fill you with
the joy of living.
That certainly Is a big order for
a photoplay to fill, hut wo are con
vinced that when you Bco "Tho Ileau
ty Shop" with Itaymond Hitchcock
and an all-star cast at tho Star thea
tre tonight, you will agree with us In
Consider this cast for a picture
adapted from a hugo nroadway sue
cess: Itaymond Hitchcock, Illily II.
Van, James J. Corbett, I.oulso Fat
enda, the Fairbanks Twins, Diana Al
len, Montagu I.ovo and Lauranco
Wheat. There never has boen anoth
er screen comedy mado with such a
glittering array of talent.
"Tho Boauty Shop," In addition to
wagonloads of fun, has a real, Inter
esting and exciting plot. Of courso,
you'll see It. At tho Star tonight.
"Uy night of Purchaso" will bo
tho attraction at tho Strand theatre
tenight: It Is a Selznlck Itnvlval,
starring Norma Talmadgo aH Margot
Hughes, a society butterfly. Sho mar
ries Clmdwlck IIIiikh. a ilch young
man or high social standing, under an
agreement to be his wife In name on
ly for three years. At tho end of this
poilod, If ho bus not succeeded In
winning her love, she will receive hor
freedom ami u handsome settlement
In uddltlon. Sho comes to rtallo his
woith, especially In comparison with
tho worthlessness of DRk Derwunt,
n handsome siundtlnlft with whom
hho has long beon Infatuated, but
to us,., the Southern Pacific- tracks
from lliigcne to Portland
Kligene to ', Anyclet
All of tllee facts have been laid
before local lntcret which liue
been considering the poolbllltlt
growing out of the Central Paclflr
dlspoHal, and urn not mere hearsay.
And yet another extension pro
gram has been planned by tho Union
Pacific In the ocnt It obtains con
trol or th0 Central Pacific line. This
Hue would be from Klamath Falls to
Susanvlllc, Cal., which Is at tho end
of a branch running north from Fern
ley, Nov., on tho Ogden line.
With tho Natron cut-off complete
and the Klamath Falls-Susanvllle
section completed the Central Pacific
under Union Pacific operation would
havo a completo lino from Kugono
almost to Lou Angeles via a direct
road through Nevada.
Tho official .eyes of tho Union Pa
cific have- seen other possibilities In
'uddltlon to ileielopinent of eustern
central nnd southern Oregon, fur the
I dlstancu fur transcontinental move
went between the Willamette alley
and (.ranger would lie ronldetahl)
MHirieiirii iiy eieunioii in a line
from Crane to Odcll .lumtlon ami
then mer the N.i tr en cut-off Hue to
ily thl new roiil the dlstamv be.
tween tliex,, two point would lie '.i.tl
lulled, wherein Uin present illnlamiH
are lull mile by the O -W . II CI
mile by the SilH.inillle cut-off anil
nun in lleK uf ItiMitlllo mid Ogdm
our the present Hue of tht. Southern
Pacific ami Central Paclflr
Commercial iIiiIh of Il'-mt and
Klamath Fall hale heiird till plan
outlined anil through resulittlnii
have entered with ( lltlillnluum Into
Hiipport for the t'nloit Pacific.
The ladle nf the Alter Hocl.dy of
the Sacred Heart ihiirch will give u
Silver Tea tomorrow afternoon
from 2 30 to 4:30 nt the Lyceum
Hall. All ladle aro cordially In
I'Oll KALI. Three good milk co.
mow lug liiaihliie chain hay net.
pitch fork, binder, forge, mull. vise.
hi) the. Iiaiuiuar, shovel, and other
hand looli". wiuiil miiw 3i. Inch, 'J.s
Inch ripsaw, tractor mid other farm
iniulilrier finn m ulibur. -'! lb
Malt. 1'iiMi lb green alfalfa seed, oy
ster nhell. and other uupplhM Many
Telford. Merrill read 2U 23
Kdlt HUNT KiirnUlied 2-rixim apt
private til I ti Also Mlceplng room
SI3 Pine. The Kellogg. 20.2 1
KOIl SAL!.'- HoiIk.i inr Sie JiiIiii
Pailly at Lakeside Lumber iiiin
li.niv utter T. o i lock 20-22
I'PASTIIti: FOIt ItlLS'T IfiO acre In
aualia and rye Plenty of ruiinltig
water lliebe lunch, 12 miles miillh nf
lliwn "11. "5
FOII IlKNT Fitrnlsheit apt 4 1 ' N
imh St Phone 3I2V 20-21
I'Oll S.M.i: Auto car., building lci.
itUii. Lltlln money make big
'inline) l.et in,, rhnw )ou He,, Hick,
(n'flre 2IU llroad St 2U-23
; IIOV W NTPI -Al Mimn store tn
i wink iiinriiliiKH and uvenlng .Mut
have p' rmlt from schuol superlnleii
WANTKD lie-liable party In care fur
Im) h )ear old Phone 2ITJ after
.'. 3il p. in 21-2t
(lot results tiy using cliis ada.
K. OP P. ATTKNTIO.V
Illg titno tomorrow night. Initia
tion In the third rank. Dorrls lodge
will visit. Fraternal speeches and
banquet. Alt local and visiting mem
bers reriue.iied to attend.
H. It. ItKOKHY, C. C.
LLOYD DLLAP, K. It. A. H.
Ilnedsport Now storo building
Ciishman Work on new cannery
it. p. o. i:.
Siiccial meellni: of li P 0. K to
night for balloting. Largo attendance, IIIiikh restrains any display of omo
desired. Member leu hero Friday .( ,jCHrliig'ndt to oiuImhik, Jier Jiy
V:"r,"..,,n.l.(''!: UkoWoW fllUl A,,",aK violating his agrcemenl.
WHERH KVJUt-DODT OOl
OMB OP THE HODKIN-ON FKATCRM
"By Right of Purchase"
"iiy Itlght of Purchaso" deal with tho most excluHlvo fashion
able llfo of New York, and Miss Talmadgo protrays tho -olo of u
society butterfly who marries a millionaire solely for his money,
hut later coinoa to realUo hlH lovo for her and to cherish real
urfectlon for him too.
Good Comedy and a Scenic
Elaine Hammerstein in
"GREATER THAN FAME"
Admission 1 0o20c. Show starts 6:30
(9 ' - 1'v
kll Zlzi P'otrrlli.ii-'
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A man was one day hunting in n forest
A terrible storm came up
He looked about for .shelter
But there was none
It began to rain in torrents
So he crawled into a hollow log
It fitted snugly. .
The rain lasted for hours
The water soaked through the wood
The log began to contract
When the storm was over the hunter
Could not get out.
He strained to free himself "
But the log held tight
Exhausted, he gave up
He knew that he would starve to
Like a drowning man,
He saw his whole life flash before
Especially his mistakes
He suddenly remembered that he
Had promised an agent a policy,
There being none on his life
He realized that his wife and baby,
Penniless, would starve.
This made him feel so small that ho
Was able to crawl out of the log
Without difficulty. y
EQUITABLE LIFE OF N. Y. '
Cost f B0 0,0 00.
13. W. MAS0Ni xuUed Uuler, J ow she l'lay.8 with Ilto and isj