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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
A Merry Christmas Kiss
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AT THE THEATRES
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The Office Cat
My auto, 'tin of tlico.
Short rontt to poverty.
Of tlirc I chant.
I blowett n lot of ilotiRli
On you four yoarH oro,
N'ow you rofiifo in ro,
Or won't or rnn't.
Jn Persia llio woihlltiK service Is ',
nlways read In front of a flro, to- ',
ports Cha. Mooro. .
"What's the IiIk Uea? To warn
hubby that wife "111 later make It
hot for Mm?
No matter how homely It may he,
nny man's namo Is. pleasant to view
nt the bottom of a check. . i
, at thi: i.ittcitrv
'No Woman Knows." Mm Pill
! vrronl-Jowcl urinlnrtlnti shown hi
tho l.llierty tlieatro iii'oiiIm tho mi
, rlvnt 'nrRiiniort "Poor
1 rlflco oneself foi ol
I orlilR Mint the ntnry tms ii hnppy eml
, Inr, iiiul Mint tlnnllv "Pnnii) llei-sott"
rumen Into hor own oulil Imtlcate
Ml' ItoKi'iM fivls Mint II In iiillo ii
iollirliUtu' Mint tie woltll Imi iihIm'iI .
In I'l.ii1 role of llii' uroliisntio sellout '
imistiir of 'SIppiiv Hollow when 11 will'!
s It lny In sic-, In flint, one of t)u nitn.i Mint ho nils j!
hersT" Cotislil- must itPAlrlon Of olini'lllllt, il
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AT Till J
llniierl lliiahea' Intuit pluiiio n
Mint perhaps It ilors pay. "No Wo- ( supor-jiro.liif tlou mndo, by Mm Mold.
ninn Knows," Ii nn mliiptntlon of , t ii company, slioulil lio scon ami
Kilnn Porbor's fmnmis story, "Putin) i enjuinil by inry iitvmlior of tint
Herself I fa m I ly. It, In caIIkiI Itmnqni
j brnmo," ami In IiiiIiik urosonfott for
The sun Is oxpcrte.t to Milne two day at the I'llie Tri'o theiitro
The story ttoiils with Just mull n
family u pan I'o fomiil In nn Atner
Iran ell) n family Mint has iirhlor
imI nnrl.il anil flnnnotiil suecesn mul
I lir.uipliliiK out with nn iimMttnu
I brlnnht tomorrow, fer 'My Did Ken
' nteky Home." the Ioiir her.ilileil mo
' Mot plrttiro mum I after the ruinous
1 I illnil, will ( pen a limited enr.UKP-
ment nt the l.lliertx Mientre.
' The picture U f.'om nn original
I rtory hv Anlhniii I'aiil Kelly, wnt
, dlrrcted by Itay i' Smnllnood nnd
telN n beautiful i iitliern ntory of
mother love replete with homely sen
, t'niP'it It hnit nn nil star tan I head-
floiirlnh. ()nl tho father. ' I'oor Old
l'op.." the mnn "lio built up u mnall
Imslnixii Into n mircmifiil depart
ment ittoro remntiiH lllinpolli'il
Pop H expertcil to work npd p.iv
the bllU while the rent of the fnin
ed ! Monte Ulue. one of the conn-1 Hv have n Reed Mine TIiIt Id IV
tr) 'n fiivorlle screen nrtorn. Others I nltunlloii when he eoll.ipt iiiiiIhi
I III the alt star cant are Slsrld Itiitm-. Mio Mrnlii nnd miffern mi lllneis Mini
threiileiis his llfu. II
I'll hi of all Ilupert IIiikI'i' ban
Fred Peterson nays any how wp -
don't export nny more from nnme
peoplo Mian they do. (
A pcraoiul touch Is nilditJ io the iKMicurOn rt.u ,y Mum Unrtithy
SouthoiT, or HrooJ.lyn to br Inllmati! frUndn thta Yulclldp, She Iravpa
kls upon the card You may do thai too by reucliu: the tips heavily
and thin prtwlnc them upon tho vaid
(inlnt. I.ury Pcx. Julia Sw:iite Mm
' doa. Arthur Pnrew. Prank Currier.
, Matthew llets mul Hilly (Julrk. , wrlitm a crlpplHK hiiiniiii story, bin
. Tho ntory deal with the romance I back of It thnrt' In n warning nsaliint i
I of n miinc mnn wm' Mn, ,,,,,',, , 1f,ln',', "'"I tlioiiKhtleiinnens lliiil !
Illdlnc walking, col fins, motor
tnc avIatlnR, shooting, hunting,
fishing everything, In fact, that
womrn iU nowaday, except cook
ing a meal, they gotta hnvo pants.
If ovprybody "has It In" for yon,
that's no reason why you should
talio It out on tompbndy else.
KOIl SAI.B - Hoy blcrlo. Ilki' m.w,
Apply Hor. Oregon Ave 2:1.2:
1 Justly Imprisoned nnd who Is fesr-
fill lest h!n mother learn be hat been
111 prison. Kor that reason lie does
not gn home hut when he heirs the
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1 -iirniim in .11 un m-uuii-iv iiiiuin, i
ri ming from 11 street crgan. tils
pplrlt Is revived and Instead of
I plunging Into the underworld
! heads for hrme.
POIt SAI.K Thnr eloilrlc uanlier.
tubs, boiler. Ironing hoard, dining
room set., bedroom set. sanitary
Scoring what rotirh. ill rook stove, rug. rr'kerii.
CHICAGO. Dec. :
tt terms "unjust accumulation nnd miscellaneous articles. Will sell by
Inequitable distribution of huge
Our Cub Offleo Hoy "UVllcs l'i"
The game opened with Molasses
nt tho stick nnd Smallpox catching.
Cigar was In the box with plenty of
smoke. Horn on first base, and Fid'
dlo on second, backed by Corn In the
field, mako It hot for Pmplro Apple,
who was rotten. Ax came to bat and
chopped. Cigar let Ilrlck-walk, and
Raw-dust filled tho bases. Song made
n hit. and Twenty made a, score. Ci
gar went' out and Ilallonn started
to pitch, but went straight up. Then
Cherry tried It. hut was wild. Olc
Ico kept cool Intho game until be
was hit by a plrtbod bait, then you
should have heard Ice Cream. Cab
bage had a good head and kept quiet.
Orass covered, lots of ground In the
Held, and tho crowd cheered when
Spider caught the fly.
Dread loafed on third and pump
ed Organ, who played fait and pat
Light out. In tho fifth Inning. Wind
began to blow about what ho could
do. Hammer began to knock and
Trees began to leave. The way they
roasted Peanuts was a fright. Knife
was put out for cutting first base.
Lightning finished pltcnlns the game
and struck out six men.
In the ninth, Apple told Flddlo to
tako his base. Oats wus 'shocke-d,
and then Song mado another hit.
Trombone made a slide, and Meat
wan put on tho plate. There was 1'
lot of belting on tho game, but Soap
ctoaned up. Tho scorn was 3 to 2.
'Door said If ho had pitched ho would
bavo shut th em out.
set or piece. .Mini sell nt nnrei
trlis.a fnniniinltlit A II lllinif Jf I
surplus profits by flna;clal corpor- y at, s, ihone :.40. ' . in
ntlons" and the distribution of "re-1 1
wards of conquest In the form of WANTKD fir ardors nlid
AT Till: STHA.VD,
"Kwr thing comes to him who
waits, according f' the old maxim
and for onre Mils came thie
In the llfu of Will ItiiKi-m. who plnys
the rit of Ithntxd Crane In "The
IIeddli" Horseman" or "The l.r-
roomer. 1 Roa(1 ot sleepy Mi How." the soiled
cannot well be missed Pop is 11
beautifully sympathetic Mr.uie Me
sarrlflio himself iiiu-omplaiitly and
the mother nnd children im-eiit pv
orythlng regardless of r l Nn "
ran see "ltPiiiembraitie ' uiilmii
profiting by the ntory of b e it tin
folds and llio warning nr t'"-t -elf
Inlioss Claude (tllllugwaler 11 well
known stag" nrtor. elves n m im
able iMirtrnytil of the father
V gunrnntee e.irh nnd eery 1
box of canity Mint we sell fiirrln.
FOUR IN DRY NET,
You may bo unknown, you may
never reach distinction. Still, you
can wlpo your feet and shut the
govcrnmantal monopolies. .the , '- ' '."""' """"" '" r ' ulod attraction nla Ins at th Strund
ly, meals NOr. Christmas dinner
GOo. rtlC Pine St. Chan Dorrl.
board of bishops of Iho Methodist
Kplscopal church. In a statement
issued here, raits unou nations to
Individual and national repeataico AN LD A district manager for
. ,h.( ...... ,- . I Klamath and Lake counties, by
for whatever share wo may hav.' ostrrn company having nearly fifty
taken In the drfenso and support millions of Insurance. In forro. and
of un-Chrlstlan programs of now-. eight millions of nsmts. Must bu
or." Tho statement was adopted by ' "porlenco llfu Instirnnco ninn. of 1
or. M.hn. m -,fn,nr ' oJiuract.T -'"J .iHJIIlX. nd sliimld j
.. ... . I)(J ,.fuippeil wmi car. We have a
"America, tho statement nay, liberal contract for such n mnn. will
"should unhesitatingly accept her . Hinder personal "nsslstancn ami i-o
fult responsibility 'for leadership in i PraUon In building ugenry, una
the restoration of a broken world, r IT 'nun' p,,
ShP should refuse to sanction any -rlio J. W. Stewart. 704 Masco
war except for strictest self-defense. Ill lg., Portland, Oregon. ' 23
of humanity. She should continue I " " "
to odvocalo universal disarmament ianfMnr ,.., ,.,,, s, ,,..
and shoulJ not hesitate In asking ! cry.
that an International conference be
called for this great purpose.'
It has atwnys been, nriordlng to
Mr. Itogors. bin desire to ploy cer
tain rotes or represent certain char
atcers in modern dramas. One of
thee was "Macbtth." the other wan
'Illp Van Winkle" and the last was
Ichabod Crane -In "The Legend of
Sleepy Hollow." - When nsked why
ho liked the first two mentioned.
Mr. Itogern ri'ptbl In bis irwn In
imitable way that lie alwny.i found
Mint a person who was not gooJ
tooktng routd always make a digger
aucress when hejhlly disguise). He
figured that in ItJl' Van Wlnklo Mil
flowing whiskers would help rover I
l-'iileml Win nniN lsiieil for
Inillili'il Vrekn .Men
YltKKA. fat . P.c 21 A d. puis
Patted Statun m.irOial a.'PearAl lr
Vrekn Thumdax with f ur fedoriit
wnrrnnts for Mm arrist orChnrles C
Mathews, lien Jenkins. Prank Dun-:
phy and Pre J Tlioinus on rompluitUi
of having vlolitt s-il the national pro
hibition enforcement nji The rom-1
plaints were sworn lu by Dlsirb-i
lu October Mm criind Jurv re
turned indlrlmentn against Mm four'
men on the nllegntlnu oil having j
sold liquor in. u minor. When '
mlgned they entered pb-as uf n it '
milllv TIim mm f.f f'ltrir!ia I
.... ...la... I... Mi.nal.lA.Aa I. Id l.nlr r t I
7... -..-......, ... .-. .. jintlmws. tried In the superior toiirt
facial beauty and In "Marbelh.'
it ik. 1 nair. 1 ui Koi iu ir.iim iur .,. ,t .., ..... . ... ..
,.,n i . .... ... ... , 1 uainilt'Pfl ui in. ..Kill nwuiil ll ua u f .. .u.. ......
Tl... ..n.ll, r.t -n.--.rnnl ,n,l nr. .. Br" lurill liicaieil lu lliu lieuri , ., I ". hi.t j..i
"v "'"" ' " of tbo Willamette valley. All irnrsiMmwimo,
the , ,. . ... ...
l.int r.i, i.Tiuiirtl ill u liiaaKI- '111 il'
111 mi' jiii 1 !' iiLirri" ill lie
" --- .-.-. --- of ,10 wtllamuito valley. Alt n, it kihuihwilu, superior rnurt are still tienillnc
gatlxid grpd has llmltrl and ctcnh,K, ,tBU. t cultivation, valued at' However. I,a Mm role of lehubod Knjufnar ro"" "r'; "" """""?
defeated" the Ideals of Christian j J20, oou, want to trade for Klam- Cram. Mr Itogprs must be his own
society, tho statement continued. 1 nth P-H property. Hesld"tico and ,,, i,v...,, illy i,..,-i ,w-rkni. Cnrrlns. brothers and druggists
h.rir.ir ... ...... ,,"',,""lI,rr,",:" Portland and Klamath Palls 23
The first corrective of t.10 worlds,..., , v,n m 109 allty to hold full sway. The vrry ,
FOIt SALB Olt TKADK irao nn
Oldsmoblln In running order thai
I don't need. Priced to sell cash or
terms or will trade for tiuusa and ,
lot in riKin location, .mi oojeruon
to ussumlng un equity 11 nil no junk
considered. Phono Ii6-W auytlmo
"Tho only way tho meek will get
the earth or anything else, Is to In
herit it," says Prcd Oarlch two.ffst-odly.
"Youth must hao love," says ono
of tho popular young ladles who
mako tho musical comedies attrac
tive. That may be what makes some
of tho tired business men tired.
WO 0 D
should have your attention.
Cool weather and storms
force prices up.
Our fuel is the best, our
prices are, right on Slab,
Blocks, Body and Tama
Oftck. Your business is solicited.
woe is sincero repentance, rue sec- gec
ond correct I vo Is the organization of; Ore
political and social Ufa n cry where
upon tho basis of the welfare cf nil.
"We deplore the unjust accumula
tion cud 'inequltablo distribution of
huge surplus profits by financial cor
porations. We Insist that Christian
principles shall be applied alike to
capital and labor.
"Wo dcloro tbo distribution of re
wards of conquest In tho form of
governmental monopolies and terri
torial control for personal and sel
"Ve deplore tho Investment of
taxes In armaments and pompous
display, an J urge tho nations of the
world not only to limit but to des
troy this bulwark of hatred. It Is
UUT UH.I.I. juuHMii-ut ' l,..flTL, rrifllll tir ITTI'VTinV
I is lniinn .'
1 I 11.11. s- '..- .1... I.-. I.I.. .1... I t...- i.t
inucpcmioiicc .l' ".ui ,.r uhu. ,..- .. ...K. ...r Hhrm,, aaiI a, ,,, Ton Hut
-3--c characterization vciry near perfect unlay 2K-23
POPNI) Airedale puppy Anyone I
'willing to glvo It a good homo mil
79 Pine St. 23
TO LKASK -To n mllablo party. Mm
T. Ii. Casu ranch on Merrill high
way. 135 acres Irrigated, This
Is u real opportunity. Plaro fully
equipped. Machinery, horses, rows(
pigs nnd chicken. Cull 120 S. 7th.
See A. L. Wlshard, phono IIS.
( Calvary Commaiidory No. 10
short of tho uctuat application of
tho principles of Jesus In govern- Kiilghu Templar will hold
mental, economic, religious and rii-; eleventh annual CJirlstmus
clal life today will moot tno nreu.
CIIIMST.MAK Tl'JtKUV IH.N.NUU
As you like It, nt Tbo Home lies
tnuront. ll:3Q to 2:00 p. m., 7Sc per
pluto. Why pay moroT 23
Candy specials for Saturday only,
ilurnt peanut drlsps, 27c. ppunil;
Uoston baked beans, 27c pound;
Oum drops, 23c pound. Currlns for
vaiico In Mabonlu Hill ut
Sir Knlgbta will bo In full uni
form at :' o that the Toast
may bo given at 9 o'clock sharp.
Sojourning Praters aro cordially
Invited to bu prcsont.
ny Order of tho K. C.
K. M. imnil, Itecorder. 23
All Mm conveniences and nono of
tbo nuisances, llrunswlck Portable
Phonograph. Currlns for drugs. 2a
Playing At The Liberty
I'l.ink ,Mii)o lu u bbuiiig iliiiiiui nt Hie Tioplo.
vtheie men fight In llio
"The Shark Master".
"My OldJKentucky Home"
I'niiii mi oiluliuil ntory liy Anlliniiy Paul Kell). It
bieiitbeH of the Koullilunit the Intnl of liively Women
mul fiiiii liorncN
mo.vd.w t:Tiiti: ciia.vui: op piiomham
"NO WOMAN KNOWS" The mimlnjj ntory of
"I 'nun j Iler-ilf," by iMun I'erber, Tills In ouo of lent
"( liii-s" iiitimiliiiis of the Jem ii ilitiiie for eveijonc,
Rtipert Mujrlica' Luteal Relcnno
DtiHtcr Kcnlon TME ULACKSMITM"
Spccial Enlcrlalnmcnt for
Show Continuous 1:30 to 11:00 V. M.
Elninc Hnntdrstcin nnd Conwav Tonrlo in
One Week of Love'
COMEDY -AND FELIX CAT
"Cnvnllurin Rusticnmi"- -Organ Soi
Don't Miss Santa Claus
TONIGHT AT THE
wiikhi: p.vititviionv iiks
iiiimi: or Hniiuissos pilti hi:
Roy Stewart in
"THE HEART OF THE NORTH"
The Picture Clastic of
Will Rogers as
Ichahod Crane in
Tnlccn from Washing
ton Irving's Classic
"The Legend of Sleepy
Also Nick Carter De
Ford Sterling Comedy
nnd another Great
This is a Dollar show
for 10c and 20c
Continuous show from
12:15 p. m. to 11 p. m.
Come early! Ybu can
not afford to miss this
C.s Clancy rrji
b a 'in ' ' " " ' "I
IECEND OF SLEEPY MOLIOW'
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Tom's Surprise Is Tipped Off
ATTOObtV SANDSTONE IS CAUlNcJ
TOR M WITH 1113 CAfl- HE CALLED
and 6io hc would Take me to
A PLACri THAT I COULD JUDGE FOR.
MYSELF ABOUT Tom's actions -
IF ITS AT THE COURT Jiouat
I unii'T GO IN!
HE vjotfT DRAG ME IUTO
SMk ALlnin .".t V7T I
P5 vnei.vM. www.i
nW . L . II
WELL, MRS DOFF I HAVE Til B
DOPE OH VODR HUSBAND- I
KMOW JUST ViHAT HE'3 PEEM
UP TO- I KNOW YHERE HC'5
UeENGOIHG AH0JU5TVIHAT HE'5
BEEH DOING -
OK THE h r I
I nnK'ATTllAT Ht.-W iioij.-se Jnrvr )
COKIPLCTEP IT t A PgCTTY
i PLACE. ISM'T IT?
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THAT WILL MAKt M
i i oonr.tJovY f i
i VVVOMPERFOL HOME
y '0 '" i
iiU. VULL. Tit.T HfW HOUSE
l5V0URt' A CHRI'jTMAS
f f'RESEMT IfJOMTCH TO VOO
vW THE. EvtillUGft THAT HE WAS
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, COrlPLCLTIOMlPF.IT IN
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