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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FIFTEEN ENGINES LOST IN RAILROAD FIRE
' 0Zj &JL ft,'' '
.s- r? r.cr WILL TEST IEII
I'liUcn of Portland, Mo oro Irylwr to learn If u II m thut dcMrnyid 1C locomotive of tho Malno Central
and HiMitun a Mnlnu railroads was of Incindlury orlulii. Uxplusluna wiru heard beforo tho fire waa discovered
(VIM WON II 000.000.
NEW ORLEANS TO
150,000 Legion Mcmbsrs
Expected nt Convention;
Mnrdiiu: Mny Attend
ni:v oi.i:anh, i..i.. ahc as
"The ('iiicrftil City." Ik iiK'pnrliii: I"
nterinlii the Inriii-H! nnllirrliiK In II"
history when l.O.O0D tlHlll liorM nf
lli Alii.iflron li'illon aiiil oilier lnl
lor ronii' In I lii Ii'RIiiu'h iiitllilnnl
riintalitlnn hero, October 10 20.
Willi lln IniilollVK acceptance nf
t tin piinvititliiii tiiWInlluii liy Prenl
lint lluMInn mnl Ueimrnl Pcnilil.ii:.
end tlm ilcftlillo iirfnptntiri' if -M.ijur
ntn'ral .I'llm A l.ejeiiui'. tiiiiniii.il
(SU l tin I'lilli'il Htiiles M.iru.i'
rariw. Samuu iluuiiiir. piwiident nt
tlm Amitrlriin fJdoiitlWn nf laiior, ami
Knaesnw Mmmtnlii l.uridli, nimiiilv
Blniinr uf httiieliiill, III" legion meet-
Ini; lll imiiimt' uiitiunitl Importance, i
t'tinwutli ti nlfli'laU ntmi xMi't (ill
entertain it f.iiiioint ninrntiiil nfj
l''r,mr mill oIIh r world war nololileii
Prominent nuiuuK Hi" illhiliiciilnliml
tin (iiiiKriiHi.iiuil iiinlnl of honor,
I In" highest mviiril for lirniiy untile
Ik tin' lulled Hlnli'H
I'lKxIili'iit llnrilliiK lum written
l'"VI'lllllll lll'illlIIUrKH tlllll III' will
i'iiiiii in New Orli'ium If Urn ir'nnn re
nf public ii f f II r (Inert nut Interfere
ntiil n i.lmlliir tiicH!iiii;i' Iiiih been n
mixed limn (inniTil I'i'IhIiIiii;. wlin
led ilm ii:lnii iiin.'i in Frame, Mini i
wlin wih n i;iii-nt nt llmlr iiiillnn.il j
i;iiii'llni: In Kiiupiik illy lint year.
Tlii vlill nf tti'lunil l.ujoiini' will In-'
nf i'ii'i lit) Inli'H'nl In li'Clniiiiiiirrii
nIiicii tlm marine inrpH le.iiler Ih ii !
Iinth nf l.niilhliiiut mnl mm uiu nfj
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fntroi. Tin- pri'Mi'iire nf (lumpi-rn ill!
llli ruMUtnlliin In etpccteil n tleM'lup
(Inner iil.illmiH between I hi liT.Inn
nml nrttmilinil labor. JiiiIki I .uml Ih
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ninlJiUH apul.t'ii nt li'i'.lnii K.illiwlm:
In nil imrlH nf tin' rniiiiti)
In iriii.irnlliin fur Ilm rUlt nf tin
IliinmalliU nf furilier ervlri nidi. lln
riiiiiiitluii iiiiiiimIIIihi Iiiih i opu t )
mi I'liilmnitn prnKinin nf I'lilcrt.illi-,
IW'lit. ('iilivi'tltliin hi-HKlniiH will In,
IniM only In tlm niiiral'iKK, iiialillnr
(Inli'it.ilfH ntnl vlal'turs In iuriirli.in
In Hio fi-itlvlll tiio runiiilmliT of
BOUT IS CALLED OFF
I 'in nml Xntlfli'iillnii Ctltril liv I'm
linilrr nf liMIIii'J.liriliiliii (id
Kuiln will tin twi'iity-flvn writrorH nf
.Miirnliflrlil platinliu: to rniLliurlj
tiiiiilorn iiiy liill
IIilllMU- 1(1 ;-t ll.out) CUIlcri'tK
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uliiRi'il (in I.iilinr ilny liolwei'ii J.ult
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inailn pulilir ii lollcr In (lovcriuir
.MiCiiiy In wlilrli lie fonn.illy null
fliil the Kiivi'riior Dial lln hunt h,u
lii'i'li r.illi'.l off.
"WIiIIk I ilo nut iiilmlt thai II Imil
lii'i'ii my Intention to vlulaln Hit- law
liy initllliK mi a pilzi' flclil (niitrary
to lli nl a in h nf Iniliaii.i, i I urn
IiiiwIiik In )niir will." tlm li-tiiT nuIiI.
"An KuVi'Miur of lliii nlnli uf Imll.
mi:i juii"1iuvh Hiinkon, anil your
wnnl Willi mi' In law, uliliuitith In
yli'lillnK wjl limit a niriiKKli'. as I ilo.
I mil unrry In iiilmll that I urn fl
iianrlally i'iiiliarr.iuii'il fur iiiuri'
i:rli'vniily tliau yon can IiiukIim'.
"Tlm pnhllclty ttlvi'ti. not only to
tlm lintliit; iixhlhltloii hut primarily
iim to your ili'clnloii, wan national.
mnl mi that I tmvu piilillcly pok
I'll, tlii'rt' will tin no Marine lioail
HiicH mrrylni: ilcflanrc to tho wl.ihcs
of the K'lvernor of the utati' of In
illmia." Dompfi-y In nxpocti'il to lravo for
Callfnrnla after n conforonco with
Mmiaj;i-r Kvarnii, who will leave
To S. F. Booster I'nrty
Di-fir Kil. Wi'll, IM, I liavo In
ml. yr lilt, or 910 (lou dollar;-)
whii'h I niltod yon for nml licllcvo
urn I did not lomi uny tlm- In iuhIi
Iiik Kiunii on ace. uh I nald hofoar
your lat ono wan ii.k. Another
tliliiK IM you forue-t to hIkii thin
check hut I took It to my hank ond
Koi tho money after I nlKned It my
wilf alid chanced the narnn of vour
hunk to tlm. omj here. Ho m much
Vow that I hav rM tlm doBRh
I will propound my plan to make t
harrel of Jack when the H. K. booi'
r come hero next month, which
Ih Ilko JhU: Yon no theyn alwayii
hei'ii ii lot of talk alio ut K'ama'.li
hoi- mwdliiB to Calif and this talk
hua licvn conxlderalily iiKroratcil
nlncn the recent visit here of Tem
peramental (looncc, the lion. Mure
of thu ItOM) City. As -Kioti an T. fl.
left here tho C of V ot Injur and
Invited a hunch of H. V. hooRtcrri
In como hern and they wlro O K.
w, wilt ca tno Mich and mirh a day.
Now my Idcar la that In the mean
time I will Ket optlona on a lot nf
land hear about and when theso
hlrda comu I will Hell them the op
tlpna. Then they will ro to the Oov.
of OreKon and ay look hear we
have Kot optlona on aim til all of
Klamath co. and unleaa you deed ua
the remainder of the en, wo will
huy IIiIh land and let It lay Idol for
ever uml ever amen.
Well you can easily nee whui will
happen, Kit. If tho Oov. doe.i not
ai'.ren Ilm people of Klamath will
urlhn up on Inure feit unci i;el miar
uml the (lov. will not have no
chance to Imi elected In November.
Ht-aldcH, lie would not lake the
chance anyway on ace. bo know
If Ilm land Ih held Idol the H. P.
hlrdri will not allow the Natron Cut
Off Ity company to build lln He lit
of way over It and then be will
have l'orllund noar at him alio ai
Thin Idear Is tho bee'n knees I'll
aaya All w0 nead U a little Jack
for expend? to you better sent
aloiiK another check only do not
fnrRet to slen till one.
Vrrj. and OIiIIrc,
Sham Battle to Be Held Bv
Pacific Fleet Upon Re
turn Next Month
I.OH ANOi:i.KS, Auif. 23 'ICffl
cucy of the navy'H now aero-torpedo
attack will be tested In the first man
ocuvem of the Pacific fleet aftor Its
return to local waters neit month.
A sham sea battle, In which dread
nauRhtn will pit their prowess
uKainst the deadly swlftnesa of tnr
Iedo planes. Is to ho sinned In the
waters off Santa Catallnu fslihd,
famous anioiiK sportsmen as thu
scene of many a thrilling battle be
tween adventurous anglers and the
flglitliiB tuna or swoftltlsli.
Tho ships of the battle force will
put to sea from the l.os Angeles base
and the attempt to return to port
without being detected by "enemy"
air squadrons. Meanwhile, speedy
scout planes will hop off from the
air station at San Diego and will en
deavor to locate the fleet and report
Its position to the slower torpedo
planes. Wlien these are given the
position of tho approaching fleet
they will put out from port, release
their torpedoes In the inldit nf the
battleships and' dart out of reach of
the anti-aircraft guns.
Theso manoeuvres will lake place
within no miles of shore, on account
or the necessity of the torpedo planes
HtarlliiK from a short batm, but In
December, when Urn new airplane
carrier Ingley arrives, similar tests
will Ih conducted about 200 miles at
Tlm Pacific fleet Is scheduled to
arrive hern September 12.
II.UMtV WILLS KNOCK OUT
JACKSON IN TWO M1NUTKS
NKWAIIK. N. J.. Aug. 23, Harry
Wills, negro heavyweight of New Or
leans, knocked out Duddy Jackson of
Newark, after two minutes and 14
seconds of fighting In the second
round of a 12-round match.
Herald claisltlcd ads pay yon.
Itlverton Coal mine resumes
, EuRono S. P. completes 910,000
Tho popular lllldchrnnd company
will offor tonight and tomorrow
night the thrilling comedy drnmn
"Houghl and Paid For" at tho Star
"Uought and Paid For" Is a strong
drama with plenty of goon acting
parts nnd It affords Itndney Illlde
brand an opportunity to show call-
M18S KIinKXt'F. IN1F.RIIIM,
ber as an actor. The cast of char
acters is as follews: Robert Stafford
Hodney Hlldehrand, James Ollley
Jack Phlpps, Okee, a Jap valet
Nick Ilaker, Virginia Dlaln Flor
ence Underhlll, Fanny Olaln Violet
Neltx, Josephine, a maid Charlotte
Thern will be the usual vaudeville
between the acts and on Friday and
Saturday tho great rural drama "Sis
Hopkins" will be given. Thero will
be a special matinee on Saturday for
It Is obvious why Nailmova Is tail
ed "the Incomparable." This bril
liant actress performance In "Ca
mllle," shown yesterday at tho Lib
erty theatre, whero It began a run of
two days, evinces such a mastery of
tochnlo.no and emotional quality as
makos her deserve tho epithet to per
tn "Cnmllln" Nartmnva hnn donn
for tho sliver screen what Horn
hnrdt, I'lennnrn Dunn, (.'lam Morris,
Olcn Notliornnlo, nnd Ktlml Harry
morn did for tho stnrto. Theim nr
tlstA won fame for their Interpreta
tion of tho rolo of "Camilla", Naxl
mova, no less than thoy, hnn endowed
tho pnrt with a charm and powor.
Local plcturogoers will nnT mlns
this picture. And after soelng llio
picture, one easily understands tho
statement' that It Is ono of tho finest
lovn stories of all times, nnd that
tho play still thrills and delights,
sovonty years after being produced In
Nailmova'sa supporting cast In
cludes Iludolph Vnlontlno, celebrat
ed for bis performance In "The Four
Horsemen of tho Apocalypso" nnd
"The Conquering Power".
In "A Western Adventurer" shown
at the Strand tonight, you will eo a
movlo star William Fairbanks, for
merly an actor on the Icgltlmntn
stage. Young, strong and virile, he
typifies the Ideal young American.
Full of action, thrills and romance,
his pictures will appeal to every red
blooded person who loves good, clean
action and heart appeal In n story.
Stunts, action, thrills and romance
In "A Western Adventurer," with
William Fairbanks, shows wt.at n
daredevil cast may accomplish. At
least a doxen times each member of
the cast was in danger of losing their
lives. Tho result Is a plcturo that
you will long remember.
Ao aeroplane stunt that wlii tnakn
you gasp, A horse and rider go up
on an aeroplane S00 feet In tho air
and are shot off, dropping Into tho
water. An all-metal plane was used
and a half down cameras worn sta
tioned at various places to gel tho
falling effect. One horse waa killed,
an aeroplane waa wrecked and 'one
man Injured taking this atunt.
Centenarian Club Get
Thirty New Members
PASADENA, Cat., Aug. 23. Thir
ty white-haired members of the Cen
tenarian club all of whose ages aro
close to the century mark, recently
Joined with C-alusba M. Cote of this
city In celebrating his ninety-sixth
birthday. A feature ot the fete was
a picnic dinner hold under a hugo
palm planted 30 yeara ago by Cole.
J ''vr-V'.VtfBMPv' .-V i :iSjK'iyaiaF Issw
'iiiJssssssT ' 'iC-"'f-j'(jJiasssHsssssl.
Read This Letter
It tells you how a new business opened in Klam
ath Falls and "arrived" with a worth-while trade
inside of thirty days
ANY business in Klamath Falls that is a legitimate business
can be made a bigger and a better business by advertis
ing. If you are not getting all the business you want, or
even if you are, and wish to hold that business, it is neces
sary to advertise.
MONEY expended for advertising is no more an expense
than is that money which you spend for labor-saving
machinery. Advertising reduces your overhead percentage.
CONSIDERABLE OF THIS
NEW BUSINESS USED TO GO
TO MAIL ORDER HOUSES
AN ADVERTISING MER
CHANT HELPS HIMSELF
AND ENTIRE COMMUNITY.
Klamath Falls, Ore., Aug. 22, 1922.
The Evening Herald, -
Klamath Falls, Ore.
Opening our business July 15, just
about a month ago, we have in that short
time grown to where the three people in
this store can scarcely wait upon the custo
mer and we have arranged for additional
help. Our sales frequently run above
$1000 a day.
We place as the reasons for our suc
cess two things as most important. One is
our advertising in The Herald and the sec
ond is our living up to our advertisements
with fair prcies and good service.
We have done no other advertising
jLhan what has been given The Evening Her
ald and we are convinced that your paper
reaches all parts of Klamath county and
over the line into California. It seems cer
tain to us that practically everyone within
this field reads The Herald. At least they
read our advertisment when it appears in
We appreciate the service you have
rendered us in the building up of a new
business in Klamath Falls.
Veiy truly yours,
Santford & Compan;
By SANTFORD JONES.
The Big Businesses Everywhere Are the Big Advertisers