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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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ath Falls, Or., for transmission
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issue ot the paper ot (ho noxt day.
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be received up to 12 noon on the
dr ot Issue.
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.TfKHOAY, NOVKMIlttR !W, 1IKEJ.
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'j Fashions very newest arrivals yesterday.
I'INi: Tlllir 'which will li, aluiwii nt The l.lhcity
Tho ntorle IiuIiir toti! of tho m- theater today. Tho Mnry tloalti with
iHKoment ot I'olu Nonl In t'liurllo tho HimHi uitloy rhUI intuitu; iorIoii I
Chaplin mid rtinatitortililo Inteiost to, of CiMernm und Wllllmn Duncan
tho Picture hi'luir nhnwn tit Tho Nlni.iltrnrliir 1,..., i...,. .... I ,.. !,..,..
f l'lnc Troo toiilKht its both theso mum Iho publlr a picture nt tho lucntn nt
Beautiful models in Brocade and fur
also Angora and Felt Sport Hats.
pwlll bo shown. Whether the story
bo true or not many will oo tho
'plrturoa tonlRlii because, of. thut re
There Is only one rnmplulnt to
made About "I'ny l.iy", tho latent
Chnrle Cltnpllii picture which opens
lonlRht nt tho 1'lno Tiwi Theatre
FAIRLY DEALT '
ANY efRhe of relief will be
breathed nt the announce-
Anient, that an clcht hour day bat
been reitored In Klamath's lumber
Industry. It stabilizes things, and
elves ui alt n working basis for
causing, next year's business.
v It Is unthinkable (bat when the
1 operator have done tho obviously.
,. square thine, and stood rUht up to
their plodcc. that employes will fall
to meet their obligation squarely.
Dlsqulotlng rumors have been
s afloat all season that Klamath's la
bor controversy had not been set
tlod, but only postponed. Not only
locally, but far and wide the rum
jnrs bavo had disastrous effects. They
have 'kept local business enterpriser
from expanding aa they should, and
they havo kept away from Klamath
the moat desirable, class of c.'tlzcns.
Klamath crunty Is not a battle
field, upon which all tho warring
elements ot society aro entitled to
meet and settle their differences. It
la an undeveloped country, where
everyone must put his shoulder to
the wheel and lift to his utmost, of
ten at considerable personal eacrl
Nee of cash and conviction.
Unquestionably the lumber men
have luado sacrifices In this more In
tho Interests ot general harmony.
Dut they havo made a Rain ot In
estimable value. They havo pr&t'ed
that they have dealt from tho top of
the deck- throughout the came, and
that their Interest In the welfare of
thla community In a heart' Interest.
and not merely a financial Interest.
They bare erased the lant trace of
skepticism and aro entitled to the
full credit that public opinion bo
stows on men who squarely meet
tbelr public obllGatlons.
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tho Willamette Iron A Steel Works J.lnR th0 innrnlnR but the Httlo pen
of Portland has completed the first pie would study straight through
locomotive, ever manufactured on , until noon. There was soino op
tho Pacific coast, a big, sUWlrlvo ( position to the plan by mothers
logging engine. Tho machine was who aro working slnco It leaves
assembled In the Willamette plant, , their children home too Ioiir alone
from parts east In Portland found-, and they prefer to havo them In
rles. It Is the beginning of a gront . school.
Industry. Kven under the present
program tho plant plans to turn ! Mr' llox Ml"ati. who for the
out ono of this typo of locomollcs ,,a" ,wo weok" ,"1!, ,lpp" lu,ro vNlt
a month. ' lnK ncr Parent. -Mr. mid Mrs. C. C.
Another important Industrial an-1 ,'ow' lcft ,hl n"nR tor her home
nnunccment, and ono In lino with ln ,,ornpro'k- She was accompanied
tho first, Is tho formation by I.o ' ,,y ncr !,ma11 npPh,!W' ''""' Slcmeni.
Angeles, Son Francisco, Portland i Alfre.t itl.,.v.r if, n.i. ...
and Seattle plauts of a J20.000.000 after a brief visit hero with his l
ateel merger, that will make the ter. Mrs. I.. II. Hague. Illaeser .
ncatcrn steel Industry Independent whoso home Is In New York, has
ot the east. It Is proposed to erect , boon on tho coast on a combined
a J7.S00.000 blast furnace In Utah. , business and social visit for reveral
closo to Iron and coal deposits, to aeeks. Mrs. Hague hod not seen '
supply tbo coast plants partlclpat- her brother for 11 years.
Ing In the merger. The Southern i I
California Iron nnd Steel company..' MlM Uorothy Elliott, daughter o' ,
tho Immense Judson works at Oak- J,r- m"' x,r- K- ' Elliott, who for)
land, the Miller Intoreits of Utah. I ,!le )i,5t 'cw moaths hns been In I
which control the raw material, and ,,orI;l"'l studying music at iho Kl
tho gigantic Pacific Coast Steel "on-Whlte conservatory, roturn.vl
company arc In on the deal. I lloIr'c ln,t nl's,,t for tt visit whlrh
Only tho0 who realize what a wlu cx,oml over the holidays. Miss
part steel playe In moderh Industry. Klllolt wa accompanied homo by
can appreciate the magnitude of M,M CM Anderson who will vli.it
theso new developments In western ! ,iero ,13t" ,ho flr8t ' ,he year as
Industrial enterprise. i ,llc hcuso guest of Miss Klllott.
As these new Industrial links aro .
forged, there should be a corre- MOTHERS FORM CLUB
spondlng development of trauspor-,
tatlon facilities. Arousing? of lnti-rot In
Tho Industrial era Is upon the' PuplU U Parent. V
west, and tb0 old policy of creating I
II h. He hits put n ban on the horao
drawn stiige-coaeh, Iho I, ml man tir
ing Runs na he rides Into eamp nut!
a thonanml nnd ono other oiitl'iuntod
stunt fotind in dims ot iho lluffnlo
Instead Mr Duncan preaenla n
rlcaialoiy of ilio weat. abowlus real
us iv.it roots snoutit lie tun. mining ramus iiml miltlemonU. Tin'
There U only one flinplln Any- netfon U awlft moving uunlust pie.
no doubting It need only sro "Pay tnrou)tin liark-cmitnila nud the ell
Hay." Tho dlstlneilveness of art Isjmai rotiios In u real fut fiKht bo
aomethlUK that ran ho acquired it ween Dunenit nnd Snllor Tom Wll-
neither by study or work It Is n , son, formerly sparring partner of!
matter of ability mid Iniilart: and Hob Htislmmona. This li u real i
combat unit dlfforent from tho ordi
nary screen eon flirt. Until mm
fight lo wlu and It Is only Diiui'iin's
superiority thai saves the ilii f, r
Playing At The Liberty
A Itoitmiit'o or tbo tli'on Coiinltv.
lie ltd nlli- IJi.lil, Ih
A Stmi of
"WHERE MEN ARE MEN"
Wllllmn Hutu mi mid IMItli .IMinvm me Hie stura.
'I'he (.'lent Hu-.lni .'.IMOA niirm Iiijj In
"A DOLL'S HOUSE
I'lnili tbo pin) 1 1) Item II. Ibsen, If joii cine f'lr
Hto U'M on lli, "liver Miivn, If tnu nppiiiliile nrl,
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M W X fcTt ata - ta -- wu w w I
a luiNiiiMi ai n-it,
Th girl who emtio lo seeff .m.l
cmalued lo prny Is a.liu'ri'.lr i,,i
tmyed by beautiful Doris K.'nio
In "Wllil llonev" an oxrelleni p'i,
toptay production Hint is li,,iii.,i
for exhibition tonight nt the Strand
theatre "Wild Honey" la the name
of a danrn ball girl who Ihril In tin-1
nicked west In the plmm r d.iv
' Shu was amusingly pretty nnd i,n'(
ilelitht In ureaKIng mens linsrts
She roiieo.itratod her roqueiiv up
on the you uc ntw parson, and ln '
Im 'ng human, surrumbel to hi
wiles She, usoit him an n ' .1 t . ' '
until strenuous elrrumsmnros r
tralrd hi true inaiiltoed to l.i-r and
shi awoke to find herself bis lovui,;
riiaplln is the oie prM,.-i who ran ! Uvp. The part f Wild Hoih- gu,i
blend the flnp art of paiu.imlne with1 ' Kcuyon a wide runge for h.-r i j
a serious mien that makes the w hole ' roat ruraatllltv and she plays t'i.
p A MO
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Imi'orsoaatlan Irrestaiibly funny.
Don't ask what "Pay Day" la all
about. It btuit't a plot like "The
Bamut, from wild abandon if pimt
devotion, with extraordinary si III
Tomorrow night two turkrv p 1 1
1 Kid." It Isn't supposed to. but It's ;"" enicKona will le riven nv ,
iieaiieiny , , ,,... v.. ...hinv ,. ni,iibut tho real value of the show wit
"U ' ....... i, ...... . -.. .,..,.. i. ...,.i,i ' bo irrinter Ihnn ovrr tur thrr.i II
break Into n coy giggle If It ruubl :
I reo Charles JianjUns on to a long . ' N'orma Tnlmadge in
oarnera ana maintaining gateways -"oiuora or smucnts at me Sacrod , ch ... ,,. -. nonrhalantlr 'Moon." a story ot riot In
for the protection ot favored rail- '' academy met yenerday and , r0.ng Kvtm aaJ,Plte lIBaor Itusala,
way systems must be abandoned, j formed a club, as yet unturned to ,m,)rnMloa ,hat ,. u swinging'
Wlioopt'f, Let 'it Hiu'k!!!
Another Knockout Western Fc.ilurt; Tonijfht.
IIDIHS hi:in is
V I'lrliiT n'l Hnliij.
PiV Louis Joyce Vance
Thi. picLuru blinds bavU Hit'inorics t)f pionocr
(lavs, cowboy sporth ami punti'mus galore. (Ircal
ritfinpr nd roping stunts, also
TWO GOOD COMEDIES
Show Situta U:15
Don'l forget thu Turkeys atul Chickfin-, which will
he given awny Wednesday tujjht.
Worhi'.. (. i.ii! .i.;nliip i"-tlin M:;lih bitwii
,I..f Sii'i-kcr .i.nl Kill C:u!il."'! .iNt) .l.icK lli.ie in
for the purpose or arousing Inter-1
est In tho pupils, their studies audi
:ilong on a crowded stroot car.
If Chaplln'a picture. Ho wroto.
iiinnirr co.mmitti'h .ii:i.'in
social function". Mrs. Fred ""! tho stery. He dlrrctol tbo making Tlir eotintv bodget eommnte.i m
Inn Venn ..Ini-IA.1 .-ttn I .. nn.l ll . ' .-.-.. -. . ...
;:,", " """ "" of It and Ho stars In It. Apparently "" onrruonii u-
O. . Lnglo secrotary. Their days .. .t.t -. ,t.. .i ..,.... ...i.i ciurl nnd boean tlm work
it nuitri v' wj n ii iu iv diiiii i - "
t-yf meeting tvtll bo on tho second i Chaplin y'aifve4nld alt that needs to.lnS o koi for I DM. TH
Mrs-. Jchn Short was In town shon. "u" ""'" "cunrauajs or eaeii , i... ..m -!Ut Clliaiilln eomily li' mllteo coaalsta Of th.' m-m
Ping yesterday from her home nean mo"h' more of a truflm la this caso than J " cannty court assl ted
uuciwona, wcck. wntcn comes PVor hecau.o n addition lo Charles
tho first of December, will bo oh-,1 1)rbthcr Sydney U hi the eact. too.
served by the clubs ami on Tum. ..... -..- ....... ,. ..i..
Mntln wa n nn,.- . .1 I. .1.1 I lllll III" Uar BISO lUClUUd bliaU
" - vi. ...iiiii 11111 oajr ami r nuay or Kuucatlonnl
a sheepman from I
h AN UNHOLY WORD
F YOU can't do anything more
to niak0 the world better during
the holiday season, you can at least
refrain from tbo butchery of lang
r.sje which substitutes "X-inas" for
Christmas, In writing of the festi
val. And If you do your part to rid
the news and advertising pages
of the newspapers, shop windows,
signboards and your personal let
ters or that- unhallowed word, you
will have done u very worthy work.
Do you ever stop to thlnlt of
tha denial of Christian fulth Involr
rd In the abbrevlatou?
Christmas is a word of tho most
beuutfful significance, a combina
tion ot the hp.ly name, Christ, nud
muss, a religious observance.
The other word we hate to write I
II, we hate to see It In print sub
stitutes for the name, round which
is wrapped our deepest cherished
faith, a letter that Is a recognized
symbol of the unknown quantity.
The non-Christian and tha athe
ist may be entitled to use the short
er term, but tho believer in the
Davo Skcen is hero today from
tho reservation looking after busi
William Rrlffith was n couaty
scat visitor from his Poe valley
ranch home yesterday.
Umls Anlt. who resides on a
homestead near Odessa, la In the city
for n two-days' visit.
Oscar Anderson, a farmer nenr'j
Olene, waa is town yesterday after-1 j
noon transacting business. " j
week any ono will bo welcome who
wishes to visit thu school at any
hour during theso two days.
Voi) may thing jour luck Is bad.
but what about tbo Akrau (O i man
who pswaof his fal teeth Just u
f re Thanksclvion
I'ttrvlanco and Mark Swain, whn are
splcndl dfolls for thojstar's stunts.
The eomedy brings the Inevitable re
flection that "Pay Day" ronios only)
-uroti-ot, .if nu.itt"ir Mm
. i - 'I.-d II ii
Dntdwln. J. II. Ilcbba and K
r-In winter, when the tree aro lwr,
And fro.n files In the bllltig nir.
H hear the erhoos far aw.ty.
Of songs thi) hlr.li will sing In
To him Is burn.' in wmtn h mr i
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A marriage license was Issued yes.,
tcrday afternoon to Homer It. Cof
fey and Miss Florence FlnnK '
Hugh and Dennis O'Conner are
In town today purchasing supplies
for tbelr ranch "near Stuklo moun
tain. Frank Uavli liore for "a brief
business visit from San Franclc
having arrived lat night. He i-
registered at the Whlto Pelican
It. I,. Thompson arrived hero laxt.'l
night from Slison, California, and'
I registered at tho White Poll-
Mm .i, r ,.... ,- . ... I&
mi. uhu' .'.re .'mil i.r.un sjivni ine
day la town from their homo nt Al-'i
grma on a combined business and
pleasure visit. i
. .i,v, 111 llll'l
teachings of the new testament j Vorij Gordon wng n county scat j
shows a world of unthinking Ignor- visitor yesterday nftcrnoon when ho j
anco whe be allows blmsolf to dojeumn Into town from his ranch on
HO. "' (the Merrill road. !
Thn nnwsrinner henilwrllnr nl-
ways socking tho shortest forms of . .K,c'1 Lovo' u bu'"S contractor. j
oioresslon. Is nrob.ihlv 3 ern.nt nf. ,0" on lno niorning train for his,
fonder In this rccard ns any on... In Seattle after aovoral tnontha
!!...': hv t,nn ...Inl.ln f ,1... "Pen h" "" bUSlnCSS,
gospel -to fulf Into tho snaro.
It' is an otfcnxo' against g6od taste
l'aiito onq should,, wish to commit
wittingly., .and wo trust thut some'
J CI.- r...i..l ..! ..Ill .. I
UI! BUIIH U SCI?'! 11UBUUU "III UU
launchod' against it that It will
disappear from use.
j BIG STRIDES I
I lis Latent and Grcntcst Picture, Also
Why not make your book selections PIOW? Luter on it may
be impossible to get the one you'd like to have.
Our Ltock of books is unusually complete and if we have not
the one you want there i3 still time to fjet it. We'll. be gltid to or
der it for you. f
Late Fiction, Children's Books, Books for Older Girls and
Boyo, Gift Volumes, 3iblea, Testaments, Dictionaries.
s iy v
r"mth i i ie''is5t? HzimV'iAfUU sUn ryJtf A-'iteiss' sTM
8. W. Dwlnnel), a liimbornmti
from Macdoel. arrived hero last!
nght and will attend to busltieui
affalra for the next few daya.
Miss Gr'aco Harrlni;lon, who was
here on an official chapter visit
from the J(ed Cross headquarters
In Son Francisco, roturned south
Books, or any other gifts will, be 'reserved for you upon
payment of a small deposit. '. ,
Make your selections' now!
A petition is belns circulated by
a frrnilll of innthnm Imltiv nutlnf
mark tho march of Industrial ,at lc hou )f tll0 flr!(t ..ntlo
progress westward In the past two bo changed In order that their
decados, wo call nttenUon to two children may get out at noon In-
HOWS 8torltS of the Weik. Stead of after lunch If ll,t worn
tint is tbo announcement Hint ldono there would be no Teross diir-;
tri n-.ram'r-r Tr-iw -r x r iTvi-n.tpi i-i rt-kV
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE l
A picture clowing with color, vivid with drama,
sparkling with beautiful women.
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WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
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