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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
moniiay, i)i:ci:.MUi:it i. ..
The Office Cat
It Ik hard (n forplvp undue, pride.
nn tliu port of another, but Hint of
(ho now flivver ovn6r, who succeeds
In guiding tho mr Into tho Raraxe
or tho first I Imp. without leavlnK
niiy wheels or fenders han-tlnr: on
tho iloor, Is generally speaking, par
flnnnhlo. J. V. Straw says headache may
tin ncqiilreil by overeating, but not
often by nvcrthlnking.
"Dear ran you rememher to hrlng
Romn rat biscuits homo this even
"Itat hlscuIU? Tliof tho limit!
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fim ' rnis ran i uhi mi wc
I aTiinvn In tho house, lot them leave.
II. Folsom say If wo dld'nt
hnvn n tiro occasionally how would
wo know whether tho hydrant wore
out nf order?
Martin Oroea says our education
factories recently resumed opera
lonn with a new supply of rah-rah
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iirnia riiinu-a ni iinninr niiiiti i
toing cnited mat in tnn directory.
Nothing green about a grass widow,
opine Nell Campbell.
Drnulnc the Unc
"Mm 'Arris. I aay nothln' about
your Alt copyln' my Percy'i sums at
school, but what pel me back up Is
Tour bni hlttlrT 'cm when the answer
J Klnmath Fall doctor You
'rough mora easily this morning.
1 I'atlont Yen, l'vo been practicing
i nil nlKlit.
.1 lllxtlnrt Advantage
"Isn't It nerfncllv- Wonderful that
wo can sit hero In our own homo and
lll.lnn t n ln.lll.A tm fl lamnii Yitin
jdreds of miles away?
A "Yos, nnd tho beat part of It Is
mat wo ran snui u on wucnover wo
Cnn Make It Talk Cents
Ix They say that money talks :
you make It?
Dlx Suro. ' I can make everr
A Man of Ills Word
"Sorry to mention It, old man."
wild Drown, "but It's six months
slnco you borrowed that JS of me
nnd you promised faithfully to re
turn It In six wcoks."
"I know It," returned Jobson, talc
Iiik n memorandum from his pocket.
"That bill was series F. No. 672945,
Initio of 1910, I mado u nolo of It,
then Bpcnt tho money. Since then
I've been trying to recover it, but
"Hut," said Ilrown, "any other IS
bill would do as well."
"No", rosponded Jobson, shaking
his hoad. "I'm a man of my word. I
nu Id I'd roturn that bill to you,
Ilrown, old friend, and I meant It.
Just us soon as I come across No.
C72945, series F, Usuo of 1910, I'll
neo Hint you get it, for I'm not tho
Man to go back on my promise, no
Jlobertson's . Chicken Tamales,
.wholesale and retail. 1113 Main St.
Should have vour attention.
Cool weather and storms
"xorce prices up.
Our fuel is the best, our
rviMona firfl-ritrht on Slab.
Blocks, Body and Tama
oack. n Your business is solicited.
0. Peyton & Co.
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EUROPE IS SEEN
Lord Curzon Predicts Inter
national Unity Among
Smaller .Nations . .
LONDON. Dec. 4, While the rei
cent address of Lord Cunon,' ecrc- !
tity for foreign affairs, to an nud-
lonco of 'business men In the city,
dealt In largo measure with the ac
tual political situation In the Nc.tr
East, tho speaker alo expressed''
eomo Interesting Ideas as to con
dltlons on the continent. Ha does
not believe that the futuro out
look of economic Kurope Is one of
"I ceo the little nations of Kur
ope pushing forward to n creator '
life of International unity during
the next few years" said Lord Cur
lon. "In tho states of Czecho-SIo-vakla,
Jugo-Slarla, Ilumanla, Po
land nnd Finland, and in tho Hal
ite states, I see symptons of life
and energy, and the growth of a
strong sense of national Independ
ence and power. Ilut on thn other
hand. It I look at the great pow
ers, whether they merged trlmphant
from the war or whether they were
broken up by tho disasters that en
sued. I find that they are In a posi
tion of much greater dislocation and
disturbance. Take our own coun
try. Our financial position Is
much stronger, with the exception
ot 'America, than any other state
that took part In .the war.
"Out at the same time we have
a burden of heavy taxation which
weighs down Industry, and which Is
a burden upon every man In this
"Franco Is weighted with a heavy
debt and is sore about reparations.
Germany Is In a position of politi
cal Instability and. Is debilitated by
the utter collapso ot her exchange
Russia Is still outside tho comity of
nations, becauso she cannot make
up her jnlnd to accept the condi
tions which render ndmiMlon to
that comity possible and desirable.
She is still enamoured of commun
ism, and persists In pursuing her
communistic propaganda In every
part of the world.
"Austria- was saved onlr by tho
Interception ot the powers when
on the vorgo ot perishing. Italy
has been concerned with more than
one convulsion and change ot gov
ernment. "What an ambition It would bo
for the statesmen ot.the great pow
ers to combine and survey this sit sit
uateon: to liquidate it section by
section; gradually to take tho var
ious pieces of tho Jig-saw puzzle
which are lying about and fit them
In their own places, and once more
present a picture of a peaceful and
EDUCATION WEEK TO
OPEN DECEMBER 3
WASHINGTON, D. C (Plans are
being made by the American legion1
and the United States Commissioner
of IMucatlon TIgert for the nation
al observance of Sunday Doc, 3, as
tho opening day of Education wcok,
Ministers ot all denominations are
urged to preach a sermon on educa
tion that day, combining the thought
ot homo, school and church Influ
ence;. Tho national education asso
ciation Is co-operating to induce the
nation to concentrate on sevon sub
jects ot endeavor that week, all ot
them tending toward bettor Ameri
canism. "A Godly Nation Cannot
Fall," Is the national slogan for
Sunday. American loglon, posts
throughout the United Statos are
prepared to furnish speakers for
moetlngs during the week, and re
quests for their services should ba
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
DUKHUN -3CMHE. HAKINQ
RJWDER- J RAN SHORT.1
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Toklo can Tie with Palm Beach,
in the beauty o Ha native mr
mslds. This photo from Japan
hows nn Oriental vamp In bar
stylish bathing 'cotum;
"LAW ABOVE PARTY"
SLOGAN OF WOMAN
ELECTED TO BENCH
CLEVKLAND. O., Doc. 4. -Probably
but few of those who voted for
Judge Florence K. Allen as a mem
ber of tho Ohio sunremn renrt knmv
whether she was a republican or a
democrat. Independence of any
party affiliation was stressed In tho
campaign that brought Judge Allen
an honor never before conferred up
on a woman.
"Law ubovo party." and "efficien
cy on tho bench, by more business
methods." were two points she hnm
mered strongly lu her election to the
Judicial position she I stopping
from that of Judge of the common
pleas court of flnyahoga county
and tho one she Is entering. The wo
man Jurist declares she will take
office "with no other obligations
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to represent. ... , ,
... . ... , . 'when It was prevlowcd In Long
J.'""". Calif.. laugh ... hard that it
...ui-tvuiii-iib limn iuu man. secur
ing nomlnatlcn by petition, nnd car
rying on her campaign through wo-
men's organizations in most or thn
counties of the slate. Sho defeated I
Judge Ilenson W. Hough, a colonel
In the ICGth Infantry, Halnbow dlv- I
Ision who had the jwtld support of !
Miss Allen has nucrtcd her elec
tion was not alone duo to her quail
flcatlons, but to thousands ot women .
throughout Ohio who regarded her
as tho outstanding symbol and em
bodiment of their own Ideals and
During her candidacy, sho an
nounced her "crcod" In theso six
peints: "l.aw enforcement; Justice
for all; business methods nnnlled to
tb courts; respect for law, order'
and th courts and moral standards I
must actively function In govern
ment." For all her years In nubile Ilfo
Miss Alton has belled the prndlctlons
of those who opposed woman suff
rage on the ground that it would rob
.women of femininity, or lecauxe
they thought women lacking In those
qualities that mako for Judicial
poise; Miss Allen, ns Judge, has re
mained fcminluo in dress und man
ner and takes an imporsonal and
detached view from tho bench.
Judge Allen is a lover of the out
of doors and walks to her office, each
morning from her homo six miles
from the center nf thn city.
Robertson's Chlcxon Tamales,
wholesale and retail. 1113 Main St.
ivsn . t latf
BUT I Guess I
CAN FIND' T FOR.
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The demntid for mystery pictures
Is steadily Increasing. They offer
motion picture fans delirious thrills
nnd expectancy, and In these ro-
' specti "Tho Young Dlnnn, ' a Ls.
mopotltnn crentlon released by Par
amount, idJirrtug' "'Marlon tVuvles,
wlilch will ho tho Ulg feature. nt thn
Pine Treo theater tor--2 days begin
niiiK Tuesday next, ranks umoiig tho
best productions of the curnmt nea.
I lu this p,trtur Miss Dnles Is sren
ins n young Kngll'sh glil whoso :oe
romance with a titled nasal officer
seemingly Is forever rdinttered. Life
losoi Interest to her and she devel
ops Into n iwluster wlune futtiro Is !
dreary and hopeless Hut sho goes
mm Pr amount'' Picture
Tne Young1 Diana
Ofafci 1 CUu-poLUa Ntfcrtpsi
to Switzerland, where she encoun
ters a mysterious alchemist who In
duces her to subject herself to a
readly experiment with tho result
lhat sho emerges from tho ordeal a
wonderful beauty and soon becomes
the rage ot Kurope. Then in a mys
terious way she encounters her for
mer sweotheart, and what happens
I la,l,r l l0,,, ihrllllngly in a series of
remarkable scenes Naturally, she
finds lovo and happiness nt last.
Miss DavUs Is admirably support
ed In this novel and entertaining
photoplay. In tho cast are Forrest
Stanley, leading man; Maclyn Ar
buckle, Pedro do Cordoba, and (lyp
sy O'llrlcu. Tho picture was direct
ed by Albert Capellanl and Hobert 0.
Ylgnola, two of the mot capable di
rectors Identified with the Industry.
Harold Lloyd says that It took
four months to dopo nut thn ending
or "uranumaa iiov inui mini
Two-year-old Anna May Evans.)
who Is Just about ablo to stop a,
ball from rolllnc, Is an occurat
lowl.'p but, not a particular.;
speedy one. This picture wa
taken at the Women's Champion)
ship Bowling Tournament In Now
York whero hr mother was oat ot'
the contestants. I
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held tip the next nt for ten minutes.
Tho hnidest part of coiueily, run
tends Lloyd and his producer, Hal
Hunch, Is tho "gag" for tho final
It Is lu five reels and Its laughs,
thrills and Huxpense are built around
a theme as serloim as tlusps) eliding)'
ot fear. Lloyd is seen a tho bashful
mnull town boy, afraid of his own
shadow, When hU little old-fash
toned grandmother comes to his res
cue with her great wisdom nnd
teaches htm tho meaning of self-eon-fldence,
ho makes the sleepy- tlttlo
town of IllossOm lleiid-und tho girl
In particular tit up nnd take notice
1 thai tho worm has turned!
"(Irandma's llov" is torn tin
ory liy producer llal ttoiirh, and
Sam Taylor and Jean llavei, Fred
Nomeer directed, nnd the cast In
eludes pretty Mildred Davis, Anna
j Tnwnsctid, Dick Sutherland, Charles
(S(eensnn nnd Nonh Young. It Is
I an Associated Inhibitors feature
comedy and lll be shown nt the
Liberty theatre tonight
For Heavy Rush
WASHINGTON. Dec 4 - Post
offlcn officials arc expecting a heavy
business at tho Christina period this
year, possibly heavier than erer he
fore. Mall was flowing lieastlr
early as November I. It was pointed
out, and when the rush slurls so .ir
. ly it H taken us u sign of u big rush
of holiday moll.
Thn department began lu October
Hie usual preparations for the holi
day Increase and by December 1 Hie
entlr service lll lm ready. Offi
cials see that "mall early" cam
paigns nrn having their effect on the
mailing public, resulting In thn un
precedented early start of Christinas
It Is estlmnled that tho Increase In
postal receipts during December
over a normal mouth Is fS.UOO.OtlO
About tt, 000,000 Is spent for extra
Ispare on trsln.s to .transport thn
mnlls, the motor ehlcle service
spends approximately JSun.OOO
1 above Its regular service, nnd anoth
jer tl.Ono.UOO goes for additional
rlerk hire in tho various postofflces
to sort mall.
Another Item Is J.ir.0.000 for ad
ditional carriers. Added to these It
I ems are tho millions ot money order
blanks, more mllllciu of stumps.
nines or nwno to reijutiuio pouriy
tied packages, nnd thousands of
square feet of emergency warohouse
I "1'nclo Sam's total bill for Christ
' mas Is about as discouraging ns
dad's." tho department declares,
"Dellvur nil Chrlstmus mall by
noon December 25, ' Is the watch
word of tho servlro us the day draws
neur, and It Is very seldom that the
goal Is missed,
Howorer, a bad storm may delay
deliveries, and adds terrifically to
the bill. A storm In New York last I
inrisimas cost tne post ntitco no
partmont $300,000 extra for motor
vehicle transport alone. Tho postal j
service does pot wish for a "while
Your own terms In
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
307 MAIN ST.
'TOM, WHAT IN THE .YZoZm, bv"
WORLD ARE YOU WARN7EDTO
looking r-uh. r Lnoanovj 'iotAF x
YOU'VE EYERV THING "ns bS Sffin I
OUT OF THECOPDOARDVamd
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Ditivi: on nooTi,i:Kii:uM
N'AHIIINOTON. Dee, I - -Federal
utilhorltles tluoiiKlimit tin rountry
hnvo been notified officially ot the
uecesMlty of rooMrnllui; clotty with
prohibition enforcement iigencliw
with view to curbing tho extensive
Tonight At The Liberty
Popular Harold Lloyd int
lit. Inli'M inui uivntekt coiiiolj
llnili flaIi, a liiogli,
llnrli c'iio, a M'leniii
L.kIi lilt, n hit,
I'nili ii'i'l, it i lul.
Fenttirin Bert Lytcll
. iiiphUflro iiliieil)Mliiiiiui of ii ileik Itlin
' lenrui'il iiiiiti'lrniklug Ii) mult,
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
"EAST IS WEST"
HER GREATEST PICTURE
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
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Lovely Marion Davics as tho heroine of a Htraiigo
and beautiful love-drama. Elaborately produced in
a setting of gorgeous gowns and luxury. From Marie
Corelli's startling novel.
Matinees Start 2:30 P. M.
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IF IT HAD BEEN AHV6 )
IT MOUtD HAVe1 PITTEN ri . A
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vlnlAlloint of tho lUiitulen. I'Vilernl
uitnriicyii lmo been Inslrunled In
push nil liquor eaites nn din mir
Kiidiid tint Imposition of ' 1''v
lest ppimlllna on cuimlllon. Allen
linn Is mieeirienlly called to repot lit
Hint soino reroal bveiai;i nmitiifite
liueiH wore inniketliiii product
wllli Illegal alcoholic conlonl.
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