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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
"Dear," nho said wistfully, "did
you ovor lovo another girl?"
"Why, Mary," ho began
"Nol" nhn shrieked. "I.lu to mo
Jack Ho (o mo nnd keep mo
happy!" lllcliinond Tlmes-Dlspatch.
Hub I linvpn't saved n dollar
slnc 1 marrleil you.
Wife Oh, what a Hot
saved nearly half of what you hail
In the bank at that I lino. lloston
TONIGHT AT THE
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The Big Six-Reel Picture
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underworld and tho wondorfut scenery and action "of t ho West.
Vaudeville, Movies and Good Comedy
Show starts 6:30. Admission 10 and 20 cents.
Blistered Silks Newest
Coming Thursday Broncho
Western Son of a Gun."
Billy in "The Big
Admission 10c and 20c
Show Starts at 6:30
II J I I " W"ll lMIInr IT VUUI
Illlstured silks already arc fash
ionable nnd are expected to be mure
In evidence by fall, mouses of this
fabric arc shown In Caaiuo modols
Willi long 1eevpn (hal fit closely
nboiit I he wrist or loose and billowy.
LONDON' Observing the fashion ; pointed American hoe. Tho dress,
world bo by from n bench on Lon-' maker's Intent seems to bo to cover
don's "rotten row" one sees that . what was once uncovered. Ankle
tho season's modes tend to more length skirts, voluminous sleeves,
conservative skirt. hlt-tinr vnUt ' hleh ttnplr ttnna ,.n.i l.......-rtii....
I lines, picture hats a yard wide and gowns that subordlnato tho contour
of the body, seem destined to re-
James W. Gerard Predicts
Prophecy of Rathenau
Will Be Realized
"For Those Who Travel on
Land or Sea"
TRAVELING always necessitates a lot of
inconveniences and especially in the
matter of the transportation of baggage.
Most experienced travelers carry bag
gage which resists the stain of travel as well
as keeps the contents clean and unmussed.
Many experienced travelers have pur
chased leather goods from us which have
proved to be wonders for endurance and
convenience. We have
$3.00 and up
$3.00 and up
$3.00 and up
$10.00 and up
Wardrobe Trunks, $25.00 and up
Come into our store and look over our very
complete line of these traveling necessities.
We will take pleasure in showing you what
you may be interested in
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
IIV i:ilV.ltl M. Till Kit V
NKWrOHT. II. I.. July 13. James
W. Gerard, former ambassador to
Germany, sees the liberalization of
tho beaten empire on thu way to real
ization. Disclosing for tho frlst time In an
Interview wllh NEA Servlco tho pro-
phecy by Waller Uathenau nearly
two yearH beforo tho nnnlstlcu that
It would tnko no years to liberalize
Germany, Gerard goes a step farther
and says ho Is convinced thu pro
phecy will como truo.
Just returned from another visit
to Europe, Gerard declares neither
tho assassination of Itathenau nnr
tho menace of monarchist plots will
prevent tho success of thn task
Rathenau foresaw nnd was engaged
In when murdered.
"Ah I was leaving Ilerlln In Feb
ruary. 1017." said Gerard, "Itath
ennu told mo his country would bo
defeated within two years and that It
would tako GO years to liberalize
Germany. Ho was rlKht In both In
"Propaganda favoring tho mon
archy Is persistent through thn news
papers backed by tho old armament
trust. There is oven a reaction of
royalist rovengo noticeable among
schoolboys who did not suffer in tho
war and who In their unformed
minds boo tho plcturcsuuoncoss of
"Tho government In Its present
representative form forced out
whenever tho lower Iioubo wishes
will bocomo, I think, nn oxocutlvo
bureaucratic government llko that of
tho United States.
"Thn assassination of Tlathnnnu
and thn discovery of tho monarchlal
murder fund has drawn thn linn
sharply In Germany. On one sldo
nro thn junkors who favor tho mon
archy nnd tho ro-establlshmcnt of
compulsory military service, for ro
vengu and war against tho plain
"On tho other sldo nrn tho serial
democratic, liberal thinkers. They
will be Joined by the middle classes,
who for tho first limn undor the
republic have a ehnnco to get on in
the world. Tli sldo will proviill."
Gerard says Crown l'rlnco hup-
precht of llavarla Is n monnclng
"lio oponly boasts ho can got back
his kingdom any tlmo ho pleases,"
says thn former ambassador. Hut
Gorard scouts tho possibility of Hup
prechl's succeeding and proclaiming
himself Gorman emperor.
"Gormans in America can do a
groat deal toward liberalization of
tholr fathorland," Gornrd says, "by
throwing their Influnnco against mili
tarism, royalty nnd military sorvlcn.
"There Is a tondoncy of somo to ho
for kalserlsm and militarism, ho
causo it Is tho plcturcsqiifl sldo nnd
porhaps bocauso thoy cscapod thn
evils of It."
Gerard does not think thoro will
bo a financial crash in Qormany.
hI om iwmitiuVi lost ell ii nn of Hos
iery. Most ftoeks inn of thu fluttering,
Mowing vorder which, caught by
I ho breeze, looks wiry graceful.
Poulards tire luklug the place or
georgette unit erepes of liu'int, Huts
aro circled with pinles Innlead of
being covered with plumei. I'aia
sols nro of foulard with wallpaper
ilcitlgna, or flguies of green liar
tots or lovo birds. Long, narrow
feet aro the crnze of the moment.
ntiil slender, high heeled AlrtitM of
miiikevklii nie cuiiilug Into vogue.
fl-'ur evening nttlre liiicltlosi fi ticks
with dlaiiioiid or pearl Htippnils are
liopiilai' with snine women of rash
Inn. Miiiiv evening ginuilt ul'o of
anew flolh of Hlhrn or gold thai
teseiithltm molten metal and Hint
shtmiiieis and gllHteiiN hrllllaiitl)"
ii n ill-1- tho electric light. Trillin are
liit'llned (ti be .tinnier, and are
UHiinllv of gold til' silver net. The
new liiui:ii,iri'iil flunks which are
being win n me lilmiiieil wllh whim
Kiny and Murk monkey rut.
Very Utile nwelrj' Is woriijnnty
a simple thnlii of Jmlo or amber, op
a Chinese MiiiiiIiiiIii'm t'ollnr of lenk
Most nil of the new tin Iff tinting
in it paliifill dlltlen, -Toledo Ntuts
We know now where llny i;nt
IhiMO sen legs. Anhvllln Tlinnu.
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