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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
TUESDAY, JANUARY f, Ifllr
T, - u,.Al.TV KLAMATH FALLS. OKEOON
IUKET FOR FLAX
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4 M INlM abeat eaoasr
Rear to Mirtmn the ftwf flax pro
dacKsaaaaaRy aed ay the United
crtr, aad other coarser
'There wore ot . acres of flax
aaaa? tar Rare is the Calted State
ttot year, however. There were 2.WW.
efwMcR M were to Oregon.
the war the acres on which
raised prectkarty all the fiber
I ta the Caftcd State were in Bel-
France, aad other roentries a
Mas way neat ts unites aout. aaace
the war the raited "States ha keen
aMo ta rt a atari as. the Rax tatsstry.
Re tar. eaweetx. Rax has teen ptaatcd
i rather thaa for flher. ta ad-
1 1 the eatpat of the 2,aj acres
gJeated tar fiber. US, peaads of
teed last year. The seed
1 tar u wndlnr. and for aaac-
!ra.ateal aad similar pro-
Ftgnrcs the Rax indnstry of the
worM Rare keen gathered hy the Cai
ndrr T On achool of rniwtrrp.
the dtoeetar of which, H. RJUner.be- .Jk"Ul
Mere ta a great fatare for Oregon asjPy111
a Rax state. The new -tank" process
r renins the Rax with hot water, as
mlfii at Kngene for the aaan
q Mtlij aTRax aroanetd near Kageae
thia Tear, la saU to he an eaTective as
the arapeaa Modes and canaMerahty
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. i The
haaMj this aftemeoa rerased to en
Ran the vaace ante neat to beQisex.
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rennlvaiaV star eleven fell be-
fore Coach Besdek Oregon machine' Oregon's three yard line, where ne
at rasadena yesterday to the tnne otwas trd and compelled to retire.
1A a tune that filled thousands of. ,uwaptcd field foal by rnn-
wpponer, of J?lhto failed and Huntington panted
low with X . and which brought I5.WB ,
people to their feet la a aaiWecedoat of daarer a the qaanerj &
atiac. The second half opened with a low
Neither side scored during the nm, for Oregon when her Ml tackle,
oiartrr. Repeated panting was done, Johnnie Beckett. wa hurt :ad I forced
durinc thU quarter by H. HtmUagtonJ to retire. He was repUced by w
. n - ,j ih.t- rr tvbbstI. Hans. Within the nrt ten aalnatea
rania. both averaging forty yards. "
J Neither ide coaM nke yardage at
straight football, aad the quarter ended
with reansyhrania in possession of the
ball on her own thirty yard line.
At lean fifteen loyal Oregon raeo
eagerly received the returns from this
quarter as it was dashed to the Her
ald offce. aad soon tbe college aUaos
pherc wxs so strong that a freshman
5 from U. of O. aad a rook front O. A. C
respectively were called upon to give
their college yells, which they prompt
Neither team was able to place tue
over the goal during the sec
ond cuarter. MonteiUi aad Parsons oi
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gaanfteTforward passes had failed,
After much punting PeansylvaaU soon
nmed the ball to Oregon's forty yard
line, where an attempt to kick was
vi v T.i-n- tv. i.r fninkack of
the Pennsylvania eleven aad an
About People You Know
Crane Vtaita. J " I'?"""!
n v mit nf Klamath Aceuev is a
bssiness Tisiter la Klamath Fail to-
rUtarn Frem Visit.
Dr. F. R. Goddard and son Jack re
turned last night from a short visit in
Sogue River Valley.
Here From Fart.
Walter Dixon, a business man of
Fort Klamath, is spending a few days
is the coxaty seat on business.
Mrs. Penny Is lit
Dr. F. M. White was called to Teter
Landing, sear Keno. Saturday, to see
Mrs. W. M. Penny, who is quite UL
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Cinch leftj
this morning for Portland, where OjcJ
former win attend the convention of
district managers of the Mutual Life
Insurance company of New York. They
will return in about ten days, aad Mr.
Inch then will opes an insurance
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Ball in Shadow of Oregon' Goal SewaJ
Punch to Put It Over, While Oregon
Through Penn't Line Twice
carried the tall to
Pennsylvania was within striata dl-
taace of Oregon's goal bat twice their
drop-kicks were blocked aad Oregon
placed tbeaaselves out of danger by
puntine. Berry was able to retnrn to
the game and forward passed for
thirty yards. Shy Huntington then
tore around the Pennsylvania end for
thirty yards and Parsons went through
the line for six yard gain. Then tol
loved a succession of capid-tre plays.
Parsons passed the ball to Shy Hunt
ington, who forward passed to Tegart
for a toochdown. Parsons kicked the!
goal aad the quarter ended. Oregon ..
When this wire Hashed la at the
: R4iV3 osW a treat err went forth
and If son casual person had at thtenson. Andrew CoMerJHarr, eer.
tie passed by. be woukl wtinout a
1 doubt, have wondered If Use- occupant
(of the said case were practicing a
iase of the Indian War Dance or IZ,
AU-ithey were taking a coarse la acrobatic
Ferra Law Pttrtaerahip.
J. C Satesic and A. C Taden have
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lormec a uw pannersai? asu wui oc-i
enpy the suite on xaia sxreet over me i
First National hank.
A boy arrived Sunday at the heane of
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Prouty.TU 8a
gent street. Mother aad baby are e ,
- - - . .
; ing wen. says Dr. r. M. Watte;
Campbell Is Setter.
David Campbell. Langell Valley
stockman, who has been m for some
time, is improving of late. He is at
the home of his daughter. Mrs. Lccisjr. cherished a dosire to see Alaska.
Gerber. of this city.
Service, the Star Theater u the place
MISS INA GRAHAM lfor-you tonight.
SECURES Piano! Tnc Shooting of Daa McCrew," a
J photoplay based on the porm of the
?fe avxPiiK in lh rtmfil kinir
ni.paig conducted by the Stilts D--' ., . . ... . lW
i in as Alaskan dance hall and the
g'ComTwereisdeyeerdi!.-.'CPttrlI , H Dangerous Daa'
Utss Isa Graham Lad the highest rou XeGrew It teJl how a strange;
nJ secured the heaaful Bantam stepped into the dance hall, played the
fuTer piano. Mrs. Bar; Whitlack wee P- bought drinks for the crowd,
the second jm of a very fine Cotem- ' " ,aid:
tea Grafaaola. The Henley schooli' l". says he. you dost know
aad Miss Grace Hoagiand were third - ' os rf y"0 C3T damn:
and fourth and carried of the two But 1 want to scat, and rcy words are
gold watches. The set of Rogers " aad m bet my poke
silverware was awarded to Miss Mabel they're true.
Martm. who was fifth in the contest. T1 ce of yoe is bound to bell, and
t that one is Den McGrew."
AUSTRIAN OFFICERS ARE RUND-'jEtM
FOLDED ANO TAKEN TO ITAL
IAN HEAOOUARTERS TO TALK
ROME, Jan. t-Hew hnrdtoes be-
J trees Italian and Asctnaa n
jwere temporarfly saspested while 1
lbHndfolded cdBcers from both sines
net to discuss the merits of a certain i
! explosive in crnUzod warfare was told j
here today for the first time. I
i The Australians bowled the white J
f? of a temporary trace aad ngo-,'
tted a diMcaauen by wigwags- The.
htiMrans acMieier tw iwrb. m.
3 roautivE amisan tvir bm. 1
.ercKfed Xo Max's 1ma r k .!
jtrftirbes.. The uliaa aare taant sate
Hrrrifliirt tn ktimiirmr a
friiLvnu t - k. v.-l
'fiwuoc caaotn were lad hack ta their
j'"- frrtlfinaTlrms infl hanaiilas am
i w - - ! i wv atMaar
I renewed. 1
stunts. Soch personage. as V
Motscbeahacher. H. a Merrjman " I
Wm. C. Hum conM he seen throwing
their bats tnte the air. dancing around I
on one leg or slapping soaae fellew on
the back. Oregon song and yells fol
lowed with a roar, and the retnrns of
the last qaarter were awaited.
Halfback Parson of Oregon started
things going ta the last qaarter hy car-
rrlng the bU aronnd left end tor thlr-
ty-nve yard, within one yard of the
Peanatrraala goal. Parsons then car
ried the ball ever for a touchdown, and
successfully kicked the ball between
the goal posts. Shy Huntington car
ned the ball for sixteen yard arowid,
nH im' it was nlaln that PcnnV
nnia ns mdaallr weakening. With I
a succession of forward passes and
Use bucks. Pennsylvania carried the
hall to Oregon's ten yard line, and Ore
gon Intercepted a forward pass behind'
her own goal Use just aa Instant he-
far the whistle blew. '
The final acore was Oregon 14. Penn
Some of the Oregon men in Klamat a (
Falls who were interests tn we oui-
of the ganae -are: George ster-
,warece ,,. .- v, -.-,
tiw Rot Oress. John Moore. Robert
Rtggs. rorrest Pell. V. T. sfotschen
haeher. Ernest NaiL Clitord Sertts.
W. C Hum aad Ralph Hara.
STORY IF DANCE
HALL rS RETOLD
AtAKAI RDRM RY. RORtRT W,
SERVICE m REENACTEO ON THE
SCREEN AT STAR THEATER TO-
If yoa like the great outdoors, that
thing about which Jack Condon an!
other wntrrs have taid in War stor
ies, if .you like the frankness and the
; raggednesa of the frontier. If you have
or If yes Mke the
of Robert W.
4 saroe saxoe by Robert W. Service, will
w .wwi fn?r4if T ftrfw tft l&iit
at trwial eea. And a iwaaen wmat
ha daekiltty e ar H may fwavn. tile
DaabiMy Pw)y ui .. .
j Buy no anM hrtcks. Take no
jrfcanoea. Irraatt in aure thing only
in Srw eaUars in the
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For this "keen" weather; coats that you will like and
be glad to wear; prices that will appeal to your pocket
book. Top-Notch Rubbers in all styles, pacs, over
shoes, rubbers and rubber boots; every pair guaran
teed to give perfect wear. Don't have cold feet; get
a pair of Top-Notch Rubbers.
K. K. K. Store Leading Clothiers-Hatters
Hans Wagner Makes
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I flaimitj.e allianw lor all the Europfxa
states will i tw outnwr of thiHatt
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If in lb- jKirr of rm and amis
menu, will tnu lx ltnl to ni thai the
brotherhood ol man Is the baMc prin
ciple f all prmaneni eace,
Awful as the present experience of
turope is. It has prohablr fastened hv
hundred of ar ths unhersal ie.1
inowledgement and adoption of the
"ri"61 ,bftt right, not muht, I. the
Wl Uw i0T lhe w n"-
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tW tamarc has rn OeclMte of
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nothing) an unnrr-!prj' and u-wl
conflict, tnat ran only rr-.ult in tti"ti
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thr rrniuo long mlrr f th- tTl
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ruir rnuia Atorrtra ue man io vi'
flot to tVp thi cWlle tep. t
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'FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JAN. I
CTAD TUtiTVR 1
Popular Playa and Player PrM
The lowerful DraaMlic Star
In a Gripping Play of Ihr
deal Snow World.
THE SHOOTING OF DAN ntcOM
' Knirkerbocker Irama in I lr"
"The Curfew at RJmat Center,"
MERRILL OPERA HOI
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