Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALIJ5, OREGON
riun.w, ni'cKMnnii itt,'itAJ.
A London Craze
Washington's Youngest' Hostess
asonic and Eastern Sfcar
The Office Cat
Illc.isrd nro thoy Into vhoi lilM
(oil ncvor moulded tho wamlrr lust
Kor tlio wwt from tho brow ot tho
men wlio ro.im. will turn to colli for
tlio May nt homo. And ho who coo '
whero tho lonR trail rails will spend
Ills life In overalls. Hut there nro
times, I will mlmlt, when nil my ,
chores 1 lone to quit nsil east nslilc
my licit y load and JMn tho hoho .
on tho road'.
Tho way to sureeess la
the rlRht anl keep going.
"Can doRs find their way homoi
from a Ions distnnrc?" nsks Don
Zumwnlt. It's according to tho doc
If It's nno you want to net rid of,
he can find his way baclc homo from
Alaska. It It's n Reed one, he's art
to Ret Ion If he rocs around tor
"John, your faco looks tcrrlbty
battered up," nald tho teacher to
John aged seven.
"You haven't Itcc fiRhtlnR on
tio way to school, have you? she
"No," said John, "wc moved yes
terday and I had to carry tho cat.
Boots, not tho dainty little crca
tlons that our American Rlrts havo
been sporting, but real, honciMc-i
Roodness boots, aro tho latmt npJ
In London, according to Mlu Kitty'
Kachman, v. ho has Just returned'
from a trip to England. '
, t Tin imm: tisim:
To JC.tno tlr-y plrtuio pro
duivd'liv 1'n.ijnmlti It llnniptni niil
rNeaii'd by (SoMtvyi , "When Ho
munco Hide,'' I founded upon
t"oyi mnst ncpular nov1, "Wild-1
Tho pteluro i a thriller lror- j
r'rsrl with llrl comedy. TJr
cro.u norm rare ntou will rvo spec j
' trioru their money's worth, but not
it fltd with that, I'rodticor Ihunn-1
to-i 'tnced- for the film crte nf tho I
i"' ' dt 'iterate slruKn'i'S between a ,
rtirl ami a maw ever filmed.
A linlf-w'tlcil man, Joel t'reerh. i
th'iks l.uey lloitll hns lajitroil him '
and kidnap her. To feed hi ro- i
nr ho tlvt her to tho b.tek r-t
liorre nud ead.i hor hiro itraisln
for .1 precipice. Ho hlmwlf Is cntlftlr
by n J.tnllns r.'po and drasr.od to ,
his death nn.J tho Rlrl Is rescued bv
arl fSailwinrt Id tho rolo ot l.'n
Mr Han-i-ipn' cait contains soate ,
ef tho ir.ojtvf.ir.iou natcoj In the J
film world. Claim Adams, Curl i
flnntvc ir. asd Jean Herxholt nro
fentued. Others In tho c.-ut are I ,
, frank Hayes, Tod Sloan, tho Jockey. I
ltttlo Mnrr Jane IrvlBR. Hurry I..
V.m Meter. Clisrlet ArlliiR. Ilabe
l.ondoi and Wtalwr Perkins. j
"When Kumanco Hides" Is play
ing ton'cht and Saturday at the l'ltic ,
, Trco i
a . . mm
PSf 'I 'LditsJ .'
'.', -S-" jSsBjfeVW
CHRISTMAS TRHE AT MASONIC HALL
7:30 P. ML Friday Evening,
Dec. 22, 1922. V'V
All Mud cm , Enlorn Slnro and
familicu conliwllv invUcJ.
AT Till! l.lltntTV
Itclv Finds Mussolini
L'p on Ifls Nature Study
Whnt Is this!" asked tho teacher.
holdlnR up tho plcturo of a zebrn.
"A horse In a bathing suit," re
plied Tommy 8Impklns.
A man has no buslnejs In taking
Into himself a wlfo uadevs ho has
tho disposition to submit to bolr.?
bossed at least part of the time.
"Johnny, don't you kaow It's Sua
day! You mustn't play marbles out
thero on tho sMowalk. Co Into the
backyard If you want to play."
"All rlRhtj mother, but what day
of tho week Is It in the back yard?"
Ke Tliruusli This?
"What would you call a
liifl behind a woman's
He: "A maRldsn."
IipMB, Dec. 52. "Napoleon the
Fourth" Is tho title by which Ucnlto
Mustollnl, the young premier of
Italy, Is fast becoming- known local
ly, owing to his resemblance to
Donaparte in personal appearance,
and In his dally Interourso with
bis visitors and lieutenants.
To bo dcublo-croKcd by his own
arcompllco Is crime, I tho thlni: i
feared by the eroolc. I
In "Top (V the Moraine," tho t'nt '
vorsal nttr.vtlon starring t.tlndr
Walton, at tho Liberty theatro to
night, there is n bitter struggle for '
a letter of confession written by n
bank embezzler naming his acrom
i pllcos In the crime.
Miss Wtilton plays the part of
the girl la tvro-o power it lies to se
cure tho latter cither for hor brother,
who will bo "sent to prison It the
contents aro revealed, or for the
after speaking wltlr Mussolini for'
Six representatives of tho prens.J prCsWent of tho bank who love hor
There aro many tens" dramatlp I
over an hour tho other night, wero situations in "Top O' tho Mornlrr."i
ovenly divided as to whether thsl i which was ndc-itcd to the screen by !
A Curory Itlijrae
Was fat in tho mlddlo,
So lin bought a bike to rcluco
Ho rodo and ho rode around
Till ho Ralnol nigh fifty pounds,
But ho woro tho blko down;
It lost tea pounds.
Now to b0 sure, ain't that tho dcueo!
In NoM-pnlnt fiulch
"Now don't Rlt skeercd If n man
reaches (for his hi.) pockr. He
mny bo gonna offer you his bottlo."
"I'd rather faco n shot from the
Sid Evans says you will find the
prisons full of fellows who tried to
toko tho short cut to success.
Napoleonic attitude of tho Fasclstl ReorRo ltacdolpli Chester and W.nl-
HcaiV.T was natural, or merely a ' laco Clifton from Anno Caldwell's
Mustollnl snapped back- lils nn
ewcrs in short. Incisive sentences.
Many times his right band wan
dered Into his waistcoat across his
chest, and with bit clean-shaven
faco of n somewhat sallow hue, and
short hut stocky staturo, ho pre
sented n picture not unlike that of
the first Napoleon after he placed
himself upon tho throne ot France.
Passing through tho lboby ot tho
hotel on his- way to the ministry of
tho Interior after the Interview Mus
solini caught sight ot Deputy Lan
francopl awaiting him. Lanfran-
conl Is tho possessor of a short,
black board, and Mussolini playful
ly reached up nnd pulled at tbo
whiskers for a few seconds, just as
Napoleon utcJ to do with hh old
' Fasclstl soldiers havo a sort nf
adoration for their leaders, and till
resomblanco to Napoleon seems tn
make a great impression on tbem.
Included In tho supporting cast
nro Harry Myers, better known as i
"Tho Ccntectlcut YankrV or "IJpb
Inson CruBo,'" Wllllsm Welh.
Italph McCullcugh, Martha Mnt'ox ,
Doroen Turner, William Moran and
Kdward I.nemml". vhn !lreeii uj
the plcturo, mado such a hut. i of t i
that ho was assigned to direct n b'.cl1-
Ifnlversnl-Jowcl proct-ullr-. Iv--!
hoe." in Europe with ,nn nl!-t.t i
MiM Kl2atvth llanna. Rmndilain.h'or ot the late Bonat"r r.ml Mr
Mark A. llama of Olno nnd men '- MoU'll Mijuniili, rUi o'
tho lIUiic i.natur, is Vastuni:ton'ii yoiingext uillclul luMteM.
Playing At The Liberty
: : i
Universal's Lovable Little
Gladys Wnlton in
"TOP Q' THE MORNING
It's a - -ffi til. .t. jdu'ir IhhiimI to HUr In
mldltJnn v klintt tluiptor' I I ( "Mn r r.nffiilu Mill"
iidi) lln lutf t I'iillii lti'lon.
tJATfltllW Vlrllo IV.iiiU Mam In "Tlir Slmtk.
nmlcrT" A Mai x ilnimn if tlio Siiitli So whcii'
t!KH mint rlnl't to llo mill thlt mini CAS' fiulil.
" Klamath Falls
Friday Night Dec, 22
TWO H'G MAIN r VENTS
FIRST MAIN 1-.VEN7 TEN ROUNDS
Of th,c U. S. Army, weight 181 Pounds
Of Klumnth Fdlo, wcifjht 192 Pouiula
-Suiiday-Anihcny Paul Kelly's ( Oricinal
Slory, "My Old Kentucky- Home" i
,ihe Girt bupremc
l oiipon I!'. I hi Tin- l.ltiiU. ami mil) iIiim' niorr
iliiyi tn Krt Hit' ri (unit Anil n gilt Unit iiiijnne ttnulil
In rlml lu irrrur.
'SECOND MAIM EVENTEIGHT ROUNDS
KID EVANS VS. SID HERBERT
Vinsor. Cqlo.. 145 Von. San Francisco, M8 lb.
SEMI-WINDUP, SIX ROUNDS
JACK HARMON VS. LORANCE DAW
WciRht MS lbs. Wcitiht H6 lbs.
TIT. BIGGEST BOXING COMPETITION EVER
HELD IN THE STATE OF OREGON
Curtain Rairsr, DARRFLL. RITCHIE, 135 lbs., vs.
DOUGl AS PER1LJ ARD, 135 lbs. both of Klnmath
Fnlle. Fcttr rounds.
Ladies welcome. Doora open nt 8 o'clock, box
itiU i) o'clock. Reserve your tickets curly. Good
Tickets on sale 'December 7t!t at Waldorf Billiard
Management Klomnth Falls Boxiny Commission.
Promoter F. M. Garich.
AT Till: KTKAMI
Itarily does a production con) ,
i pnny travel as many thnucands of
miles from Its basn of operation to
film outdoor scenes as xran donn Is
phnlngniphlng 'Tim Heart (f t'ie
orth," hleh Is to li shown oi
tlio Strand thestrc tonight At gr-at
cxpcntii beautiful extcrinr m-enc '
wero ihntograpbed In Canada, tho
locale of tli(. story. ' '
As part of tho romHsee dvclops !
around an Indian villas, rpnrtnl '
guides woro sent out to il-d n Land.
K Pl".Jj.' 'iaJwtVJCiuuMjrurr
. 1 3ii?;sr"ir'v'-
n mv- t.iT.KN i i
1 1 -!W.& cHsHWSSiS 1-J'!
-. uji""- na a bk ft.
TONIGHT AT THE
l B ME.1t j
. f . V-UL-r.--T-i "TJ-
TONIGHT, and SATURDAY
unrm: i ku iuiiv ;ois
HOMH III" MlllthlNSUN IM.m ItlX
Insanity Is said to bo a kin to
lovo; but a man In lovo desm't caro
1 he Is crnzy.
If parties having Ico cream con
tainers belonging to the Klamath
Falls Croamery will phono 71 wo
will como and got them. Klamath
Falls Croamery. 18-23
WO 0 D
should have your attention.
Cool weather and storms
force prices up.
Our fuel is the best, our
prices aro right on Slab,
Blocks, Body and Tama-oack.
WELLINGTON', N. Z., Dec. 22.
A giant plnnccous timber trco In
digent to New Zealand, locally call
ed Kauri, has been discovered In
tho Northern Forest. It has a trunk
22 feet in diameter and CC feet In
glttii, and It rises 7G fcot clear ot
branches. Tho troo contains 103,
000 superficial feet ot timber, nnd Is
estimated to he 2,000 years old.
TItKi: U.00O YK.1KK OLD
FOUND IX Xi:w Zi:.iaXI) Pf 'ndlnm to appear In tho pleturn
.fortunately a trlbo chanced to bel
oncatniied not far from tho settle-
mont- whoro the photoplaycrs had
Not only aro tho sce-ile splendor
and Qiuilnt natural sctt'ngs a ffti
turq of this iBtonia drara of i" ,
Cmiadlnn country, but thrrit ore
mnny other equally interesting !
scenes. Among them aro several I
teams ot roai i-jKimo aogs urawing
bfavy-Iadon sleighs across tho snow
and Ico, an actual chaso of a silver
fox that eventually meets Its doom
I In ft trap, and tho awe-lruiplriug
I r.pcctiiclo of n torriflc forest file.
v.. P'J ?
Adapted from the Novel
"WILDFIRE," by 2ANE GREY
A girl with a Christmas ring haten
to wear her Christmas gloves.
Mexican fans beat up- a jdayor
for hitting an umplro, showlcs .Mexi
cans know nothing about baseball.
Bustcr Keaton Comedy "My Wife's Relations"
Ray Lucas will play "Intermezzo Russc"
Mont auto wrecks
Saturday candy specials. Ilurnt
pc.inut crlrcs. 27c pound; Iloston ,
baked candy boans, 27c pound; Gum
drops, 23c pound, Currl.io fur I
drugs. , 22 I
TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT
"Whoopee!" Let 'cr Buck!"
Western Night Two Bin Western Features and
Christmas Country Siorc Tonight.
PrizcH given away tonight at 9:15. Two Turkeys,
two Chickens, two boxto Chot'olatcs Plum Pud
ding, Cedar Cheat, box Crackers and others, and
Snappy, Poppy 100 per cent Western Features
Frank Dorzatje and Ann Littlo in
A Kiot of Riding, Shooting, Fighting and Thrills,
and Roy Stewart and Louise Lovely in
"The Heart of The North"
See the most sensational forest fire over Hcrccnccj,
and, oh, boy, how Roy Stewart fights in this feature
Show Starts at 6:15
Admission 10c and 20c
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified AdB.
SUNDAY, WILL ROGERS IN
"HEADLESS HORSEMAN" ,
From "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Dealing With the Law
How DO Vou VO
HOW po KfOO VO
OH TIME. COME.
IN PLEASE -
11m... t Vjii fs
I PUV4 IJ 1JJ VW "'
I I'M. i-TlllfcW wi.Wi I J
-J. a . it -r O
l ni'i I' fani.- ; i i
i j Ul
Jiuiie '. V.
3 EV . f'
uaw y j
VOU KMOW l)R DUFF, MV
HU30AUD WELL, fOM HA5 BEEM
ACT IMG RATHER 3TnAGEUV HCfJE.
utblv-nu cuntK voua "T-.i ', n
NOT COMti HOME TO PINMER. yjJ iOW.
OR if ne. Does come home J: J?u '
HE Pi?OMpT.Y LEAVE5AGAIM I THIS PEEK.
RIGHT AFTeR PIHHER-HE'5 ""'""' ''p
U1L-.- K-l.-- ..... .--.-
SOME TiMEJ ' 1
HZl.L,lYs PEEN FULUV TllRnti
VLEi'.5 - HE JJAY3 THAT HE.
HAS ERRAM05 TO DO AHO
'MNS3 rra ATTEHD TO AMP
THAT3 ALU THE EXCUSE HE
EVER GIVES ME- IF I ASK
rllM VHERE HE'3 GOUIG-
I IIC flNaiVUUB, U I ,
WHAT HE DOES
..i.i .. Its -v..... ,
ANOTHER TllmG-VJIIFfi.l AflK
HIM IP HEVoudD LIKE METr ,
oo wmi him wiicm lie -
STARTS OUT HP. IIEVER, 4
AtiAuir-nA kiKi .'.&r
.....,,H . ,.- WVi .... ..
.iT ' yWClL LL MAVfL
7A TALK VlTHMaDUIT
,,r.v ,,11.1. 111. VftLl
GOOODYE AW DONT
iionc t, r
Wirt. .r-Tf A-i r
Your business is solicited.
Q. J?ey ton & .Co.
tenm-'-'vJUt'- Jijr'fWwi'-i j
,r -J feW" .SL"r,lw!ltllllPJIIr'