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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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nrrlon of must nmuslnn ndumtures
'liV Mlill ftnriHiouKli Instinct ns
AT THE THEATRES
n crime hound In rtrnwitod.
te Office Cat
, Tim Illusion linnguaRO
An American officer was drilling
n Ilusslnn regiment. Ho sneezed
niul ihrco men answered.
Those who nro always correcting
tho mistake of others nro likely to
mnko some of thulr own, remarks
F. I. Light.
Policeman Dugan found his friend
Murphy loaded with homo brew
leaning against a lamp post. "Shuro
Mlko." said Dugan, "You bettor be
takln' n street car home."
"Sno (hlci use,' nnswered MIKe,
"8ho wouldn't liavo It In tho house."
In Sonio Spots
"Now giro an exampla of how
circumstances alter cases."
"Well. 'Milwaukee Isn't famous
any more." '
Tho dry star looks llko a Sheriff's
badgo these nights. He careful.
Laugh and grow fat,
Qrln and grow thin.
If you know any Jokes,
rienso send them In.
I). I, Smith says most men llko a
vlslhlo typewriter the more they
ran soo of them, tho better they llko
Drown "Airs. flrecn says that
your, little boy and girl when they
play bouse nro Just llko husband and
Orcen "Yep! Fight all the
Fisherman foundtlOjOOO on the
banks of the l'ytomac.. ",II. J. Tick
nor says that's, tie dollar George
threw across with Interest.
.Mrs. Smith VI don't think that
music teacher can oTcr mako any
thing out of Catherine's toIco.
Mr. Smith "You'ro mistaken, Ma
he's mado moro than a hundred dol
lars out, of It, already!
There will romo a tlmo, as the
novelists say, when President Hard
ing will look back, to that day when
ho pled tho front page Of tho Marlon,
Phlo Star at press tlmo and wish by
nil that's high nnd holy that all ho
had to do was to rcniako It In time
to catch tho first mall.
Some 'birds 'cannot eren cat a
meal without having to suck at a
stinking, clg between each bite. You
cannot tell us that tlicro Isn't some
thing fierce wrong with a bird llko
M. 8. Kllgoro says "Sweet Ade
line" never was a cry fotcblng
song, but even lit Its holght It was
no moro tlrcsomo than "How Dry I
And when all Is nald and dono
Wiimi wo cast up at the end
Of life's glories,' there Is ono
NoYor-dlmmlngf that's a friend.
Geo, Matbor says a real optimist
In tho man who nlways remits moro
to his gas company than his month
ly bill calls for, so as to accumulate
n reserve for n rainy day.
should have your attention.
Cool weather and storms
mud. ' f
S rices are 'right on Slab,
locks, 'Body and Tama-
0. Peyton & Co.
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cost of $2000.00, nnd thn ground
nt tho Fain lew school nro holnic Im
proved by grading nnd surtnclne.
nnd, tho construction of lieftvslk
i;m.i.du. iinns nnvn ucen urmn
r similar lmproemont'lht) Mljls
d'Tllvorslde, nnd 'Mil have Soon
received for the work, but lack of
funds prevented tho lotting or tho
contract. No doubt this, work., Ill
bo done next spring and summer,
as It was provided for In tho .new
budget. Aftnr- grading nnd.Mlrfac-
hiK of the grounds havo boon"foni
pletcd tho next step will bo Instal
lation of play equipment, and orna
mentation of planting trees, shrubs,
The board has recently entered
Into n contract with tho Johnson
Scrvlco companV of Seattle, to Im
prove tho ventilation at Central and
Illversldo by Installing humidifying
apparatus at a cost of I7B0.00,
During the last summer vacation
tho Interior of Central school was
calclmlncd, tho roof at nircrsldo
was painted, tho manual training
and home economics buildings wero
painted, and all old furniture was
thoroughly renovated by removing
tho old varnish and paint by the Sas
mire process, sandpapering and re
finishing, making same practically
as good as new." This work was
done by tho Janitors of the several
At present thirty-two teachers
are employed. Of this number, nine
are teaching their first year w-ltb
us, four their second, and flvo their
third, leaving only 44 per cent .who
have been with us moro than three
years. This condition Is quito gen
eral among our schools, buffs to be
regretted, and could be remedied to
a certain extent by a progressive
salary schedule At present teach
ers aro paid fl 300.00 per year In all
grades from the first to Ihe sixth
Inclusive, and $1400.00 In, the sev
enth nnd olghth, regardless of their
preparation, previous experience, or
length of servlco with us, A- pro
gressive salary schedule, recognlt
lng all these elements, would do
much to mako our teachers con
tented,, cause them to Improve In
scrvlco, and attract tho best teach
ers to our schools. ! believe the
school board is la sympathy with
this Idea, and that the only reason
It has not been dona Is that It In
volves the expenditure of more mon
ey. Teachers of special subjects, such
as' manual training; home economics
nnd music, aro paid $1(700.00 per
year. Principals receive $1150.00
and $1 SOO. 00 per year. I should
like to seo the salaries of principals
placed at least on a par with spo
On tho "whole wo havo a fine corps
of teachers, and for hearty co-opera
tion they are unexcelled. Most of
the young teachers aro graduates of
standard normal schools.
.With self Improvement an pro
fessional growth In mind, our teach
ers havo recently adopted tho follow
ing professional cede:
Each teacher to take at least one
Kach teacher to read each year at
least ono book from the state 'read
ing circle list, make report on same,
and file reading (Jlrcle certificate
with the city superintendent.
Each teacher who does not al
ready hold a Palmer Teacher's Cer
tificate for penmanship to enroll
with tho A. N. Palmer Co., for cor
respondence work, and continue
practlco until such certificate Is se
Each teacher to tako at least six
weeks work with an accredited edu
cational institution during each
thrqe-year period Jf Borvlco, or tho
equivalent In correspondence work
In education, or travel of such a
nature as to havo an equal educa
tional value. I
Nearly ono third of our teachers
took special professional work dur
ing tho last summer vacation, nt
somo normal school, college or uni
You will remember that there was
no talk about Ford needing mon
ty until ho began to run, a ndwspa
per, gargles Jas Henley.
', Your-own terms In
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EARL SHEPHERD CO.
W MA1.V HT,
If you wero n grenl doctor moro
'than that, nn alchemist, miracle
worker, who could turn nge Into
And j nn had spent nil your life on
tho perfection of jour groat contrib
ution to tho human race.
And It was about to bo accomplish
ed And the woman who had offered
her life to tho experiment was the
Mirion Oavtes mi rbrresc SunJey
The Young; Diana. '
CiMti by CotiaopdiUa PraiuU-nft
one woman you had always loved
And It jou had brought bark
youth to her nay, beauty, tho su
preme beauty that captivated at first
sight and enraptured at the second
And It your lovo had surged to
greater heights when j'ou looked
upoa bor, the epitome of sheer love
And If she paid no attention to
you, spurned your Ioe for another
WOULDN'T YOI' THINK YOUIt
MFE HAD 1IEKN A FAIM'RU!
8ce -whnt you-think about It when
B r - ''TSSSBIS
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nil this happens to tho mnnotous
Ur Ulmltrlus In tluit Htrlklm; photo
play "The Younfc Diana," nt tho
Pine Tree theatre today nnd Wed
ni'dnj. . .
This Ik tho picture, slurring Mar
lon Duties of Cosmopolitan Produc
tions, taken from the gteut novel
I by th.it nnmo of .Mm to Corolll. Thn
iplrture, n Piirninliunt, w.is" directed
'by Albert Cnpell,nl and Itouerl G
I Vlpiml.i. In support of the star Is
j mitiiblM r.isl cotiHlKtlng of Fdrrral
Htault')'. us leading mini; Pedro do
ll'ortlobt, Gypsy U'llrlen nnd Mmiju
llert l.ytell, the Metro star, will
bo seen In liU latest pliotoplny.
Sherlock llrnwn," nt the Liberty
theatre tonight. This umv picture,
adapted for the screen by I.enoro
Coffee from a story by llnyard Veil
ler. Is the story of nn earnest, trust
ing young clerk whoc llfu nmbltlou
Is to become a detecthe.
Flvo dollars sent to a correspon
dence school brings him n shiny new
badge which ho proudly displays at
his modest boarding house, to the
nmusement of some of tho cynical
nnd unsjmpnthotlc lodgers, Ho Is
not to be deterred by their ridicule,
liooer. and though engagod In the
grinding routine of his Job as n
clerk, bis mind Is tilled with the
evel' present possibility that Just
nround the corner may He his op
portunity to win funic and fortune
as a sleuth.
And sum enough una day he
bumps straight Into a mjstory which
has stirred tbo entire Unltod States
secret scrvlco. The secret formula
for a powerful crplostwt has been
stolen from n young lieutenant ta
whose custody It had been tempor
Sherlock Drown follows thu
trail, finds tho document, loses It
through a trick of the conspirators
nnd ultimately, recovers It after a
Liooett ft Myers Tobacco Co.
Wednesday nlnht nt Thu Strand
will bo Co-oprruthu Nlnht, it nltlit
whin there will nlwnys bo some
thing offered hi the way of prises
nnd Ibis Wednesday six chickens ami
four boxes of chocolates will bo giv
Probably tho deepest Interest of
most every nmllcnco rests, In th'g,
feminine appeal ofi n picture, j
If tho men nro hnndsome, thoy at
tract tho eye. If n character plover
in realistic In his vfork hn Is brapdi
oil 'ns a real artist nml Is ml nil ml fur
lil.i nblllly to Inject this realism In
hit portrayal, but with theso and
the greatest variety ot strongly up
hold parts, no picture has the npn
peal which does not carry the fin'
Initio charm Hint goes far beyond the
ojoa ivnd on to tho heart.
Perhaps thu most winsome of
screen Ingenues of the day Is little
Miss Marjorlo Daw, who Is lending
hor talents to Irvln V. Vlllat'n "Fifty
Cnndles," which Is at tho Strand
Theatre tonight. Miss Daw's abil
ity to demnnd n laugh or tear nt will
to say nothing of her.dellcuto hand
ling of any part assigned her. has
certainly embedded her In the me-
Imorles of all lovers of thn screen
Miss Daw Is happy In the enact
ing of tho rolo ot Mary-Will Toil
ful r. n little lady whoso heart has
parried her to far off lands In order
that stm might marry thn hoy she be
Hovel she loves, Edward llurns ni
llalph Coolldge, a young Amortcan
Civil Engineer, plays opposite Mar
VANTED IJidy, wishes rooming
hnuso work. Call at Washington
Hotel. 121 N. Gtli St. Phone 172.
0118TETIHCA1. NUltHE wants cases
Will also take easos at home. Ilest
of references. Address II. II care
of Herald. &
LOST Saturday, child's dark blue
silk dress. Call Phono 3S2W
FOIt KENT Furnished apartment
l.ylo Apts., 6th nnd High fits, fitf
FOR KENT -rooms and bath. inn.
dern house, furnished; good gar
age Phono 338M, rt-7
FOIt .SAl.F-dood slxed Newtown
npptes delivered In 3rd sunn It
&5 per box. H. A, Nye, Talent, (Ire.
D'AN('l- Saturday night nt M.illn
tiood music, everyone come f-9
FUltNIHHED onu Tvs.ni cabin. Col
onial Itoums, 11th near Main, .-7
.FOIt HAI.K-l.ols I, . 7. . Hlock
41, Kernnd addlttnii to Klamath
Fulls. Mako offer Owner i!K
North High St. Halem, Oregon r.-7
FOIt 8AI.E Chovrolet Sedan good
ronillllon, very reasonable. Own
er leatlng town, Phono 471 R-7
WANTED- Farmers to know Hut
. now Is thu tlmo to market that
piece of machinery which Is no long
er needed A wnut ad In The Her
ald will muku the sale and tho cost
will he only a few cents, Perhaps,
you havo mora livestock than you
care In winter. A want ad will do
the work. - B-7
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