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Styg gwntnn Herald
IOFFICIAI, t'APKft O
Thirteenth Year No. 3,(65
JlttiPSEY FIGHT MUSES
WINS WORLD'S ilHU
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1919
Price, Five Cento
IIIIIOItK OI.Mi: I'KCOHH iaii.i:i
TO IIKAH IlKLI, IN TIIK llltHT
iiotmi ami cm'.vrisn vu,.
WilUrd Throw Up Sponge i.ahu ovttkum iikmi-hkv
In Third Round
BIG CROWD PRESENT
UK WON FIUIIT AMI TIIK.V
('ALUS HIM HACK WHK.V TIMK
KKKI'F.lt Ti:i,I.H OF HIS KltltOlt
BTAIIT OF FKJHT
hit KMM'Kh HIM l f
HIWT IMH'.M K'IT KV'
IB IS WH'IIT IHiMI'HKV
pV.NtllKS WH.LAHII INMKH.
jiMIIWIIKII " AITF.lt TIIK LKDO. July fi 'o..lrmen.y
niiin in' .-.-. .
IMI ALL ,,,','ul ,,'" Wlllard by Jack Di'in
IV TH'"!' ' '"'ii,"j mil iii ring miner
liiK III) (mil uriirvil it knockout In tlm
rtml roiiml uml It lum furnished tin
limited material fur iirKiimt'iil Ho
weak wan tlm Kotintl (if (hi' bell uml
o great wt (Im uprour, thui
'Olllii IVcoril fulled to hear tlm gong
A challenger, young, eager, vigor- at,,luuilcni( tlm mil of tlm round,
oiw, and endowed llh trrlfflo ,( tontlliiii'il tlm rount over Wll
Jrlring power In both iiriiin. named r, an nn Ma, on , n,(or n(,llK,
IXmPKX. M'I ChrlMctinl "Jack" li- j timekeeper ordered tin hall to
the hppNl inothrr In America to- jH, rl,1(t w. vrord'ii arm was fall
div. wai Ixirit ih" world's heavy- K f)r ,1(, Hv,.nl, n,,,,, Tlm ref-
weight tbamploii Inner yeitterdu) nf; r,. ,(, untitled l)empe) ho huil
tcrnoon ut Toledo Ohio. In ! uon M, )nip.ey wim well on his
than nln mlnnt if ficltiliiK tty m hi drenalni: room w
A champion declining In MretiKlh. ,ri ,Urotiriil tlm error
ability, ami tictri miner i " ,,m brought back Tin question
jfr, known to till a J'' Wlllnrd. f wmu ..inpi.ey actually won wan
fell pitlftill) aimot Ignomlnnm.!). ,,BCmj before imvcrul veteran ring
lot lh title mid wai relegated to m, U i,uy and the i.inivtinii
tke Hrinic lifafli?lit ilinui- ttt ot, wu u,lU iv,mp..y uon In
jilon film alons 'H Jamwt J Jn- ,, ,Mnl rm witlnnl h neconiln
rlc. Jmc J forhott ami Jark .,,,! ,ilr Wl, t. rlK K.fot.
LANDS IE KILLED.
..... .. 7. : i
I NF.U- VOHK. Jul, .-. I'rl.lrtit
j Wilton 1 rxpectrd to land at S'.IO.
I p. m. nrtt Tuday. After a brief!
'rrrrratlon here,., at., which., he will
pe.k. he will leave for Waahfgton. "Slim" Dvi. In.Untly KiB-
SHASTA EMPLOYES ed Yetterday Morning
TWO PEOPLE INJURED '
The picnic, I). H. Inpx of the
Shasta nave his employes and their
frlundo on the Fourth of July, was
a now thine In the hlstnrv nf thin'
confectionery establishment In that
j It wan their busiest day.
The plrnlcers left early yeterday
morning In four cars secured for the
occasion and were driven up the
tast side of the lake to Anne Creek,
five miles above Fort Klamath.
A blj? picnic dinner was nerved here
and along toward evening they came
down to Uocky I'olnt and after ai
lunch there, came on home, a happy
hut tired crowd.
Thoe who enjoyed Mr
s? RAISES CfiSH FOR
HITS GUILT -
Johmon in tin .a-in-time ininiiitii oi tt, tl, ,unK t0 inrt ,,, four,,
of flsfailriK .round.
Nil u re win kixmI to Join Wlllurd..
Sht ivi hint out lo hundred and
forty pounilii in w.-mhi and iifvciity
ffitn InrJitl in hrlRlit Thus. 'io
'it(ii'il the f''i "lul the nulll!
iil nlM'onit nf reiMiloodeil Ainorl
jn nml rnunllvim Indlv littluU on
forflifi hurc. wi'ic untiiumleii tli.it L I llUl.ll'lL?
inn iiaot mould i so -am top
M nd beaten by n oiiiik man hut
thrif )ars pait hU niajnrlty. Kx-
Will: th.it l-. nf the juld d t li -
In i Virur:orttir of all lrl.lu:iti.
tlm Irn Imi nf Klimnib count un
der tli- t ul..rUip of Uetir. O on
lior (irr i.i tij; fnt'.ilf tor t)i. :;i'or!
of Hi- tr'i Iteiiul-ltc and to 'nnn'e
h" fieht for ltiilpp.:nUcitc nail froe
1 n '!. u tciuK wns?d by ih pi,
l'e of l'lntiil It would em "!
thi k) jic. i n of "olf-doter.n.nii.:on"
hi- Ik rn no lint n hollow !iii"l:rv
mid the lt"p of the Irish people r'ia
were ruiveil fo hlsh by the kniiiII'-
'' V July 5 Von UUr.fv
burft tl. form t rltl f of the Certnan
l'' '. 'lari-i that he was repoti
t uie - '! iH uf i'le (,.t:ii:u; nia'n
ttB.Jiwjj' rn x if e Aus'Ui' llil'), and i
Authentic information recei-
ed from Medford concerning
eiteidays auto tragedy was
reeeivet' by The Herald Just be-
fore going to press, as follews:
Silvia Crowley, 15, sister of
Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Kate Crowley.
Mrs. Charles Davis.
hispltallty were: Mr. and Mrs. r.ver- eL-K.eMiiieH on me pan 01 an uu-
t H Hardenbrook. Mr. and Mrs.iKnown ar,ver yesterday morning at
,eo Houston. Hoy Durbin. -Milh I 10:30' on ,he road from Medford to
'an' Hattle Low. Neva V.liltl.i-M,. j Ashland, snuffed out the life ot
ft..r.iue Lenox. Harry Ua.-'ie-. llv-, '"" ua"B' "" a resiaeni 01 in
Teed IJertha Mtchelm. Uernard Klamath Indlan Reservation, and
Uatul. Anna Hacklan I. noy , Injured C L. Williams, proprietor ot
niile Albertlna Nltochel-n aim I). .tho Washington rooming house, and.
i , ,, .a woman wno is neneveu to oe a ret-
. JatHe of Mr. Davis.
rr-Mi CTPtrwc - i First-hand information of the
TOM STEVENS VISITS -tragedy is not to be had, but accord-
HIS OLD FRIENDS InK to Fred Garlch. part owner of th
, Winnek company and the Sunset gro-
!f ; 'iu r-e n great, big. il iub'p-fit-t-, eery, who arrived at the scene of th
cd h.ile-rellow-well-met chap on .Main accident just after the body of DaTts
had been placed In the ambulancs
by the Ashland coroner, the fault
perltnco, MP and )i nlrjuo bowed
I'ltKHIIIKNT OF thi: IHVI, mini
i-oMiAXV si:i:s (.m:.T rr-
Tl'lti: FOIl KI..MATH FAI.US
to youth. KsmeneM, ilrlvtnic power
d utility lllbllrally Kpenklng.'
the contest x a David mid (loll-
tth ot pant K-n.
Tbe end rami h iinlrkly. the "Kluiunih Fnlli l the mmt ; o-'
tbtmplon dethroned ho nuddenly Krele little rlty on the 1'nciflc
nd the challcnsrr rntlirnnud. that C'onai " TIiiih did It I. Miller, prenl-
Hetnpicy entered the ring llrsl
nd took the corner with his bock
Mt the sun, on hour Inter than
tl ichfdule.1 starting time. 1'er
liP the delay was caused by WIN
lrd, wondering what would Itoppon
lo him when ho met Deuipsey. Ho
meln tho ring n tnlnuto later than
Dempiey and fure.l tho sun. Ho
ound Iho nun not nearly ho blister
go tlrer-llko did D,.mpsiy tear af
' Wlllard and so telling wero his
WchM that Wlllard uuh dnzeil lit
u,c" "" now tied for tho count
have bein dnnhod mi the :ofk of
iigllnh ntubbortiiie I! has result!.
hont'Xer, In n more it-irtn'e-,i -.
iris on the part of Irliihmeu to has
ten the dti when the unwritten Pl
tnph of Holier! l-'mnltt '.:u be plac
ed oer his tomb, niul is it thin spl'i'
that Is back of the bov In t'il 'fjn-
to tkoie apart from tho horde that 'l,"l of the Owl Drug company, own-, ty who are rontr'lnit'tn tu,t. .,,
rubed lUelf Into the giant arena er of tlm firing of drugstores on the towards the expenses now tains In
t Toledo It was near iinbnllaroable.i I'nclflr CoaHt nml lliruout tho Middle 'curred.
Todiy Jack Dctnpeny's name Is a Wont, epllotnlni his opinion of this
household word for nvrvo and r"' nn he pusned through here on his
Punching power And Wlllard, i wu' ' J'0" Angeles on his return
once the champion, will be remem-' tmu Crater Lake. There Is going to Oregon .tonight.
lred u the giant who "threw up ' city hero, for you have the re- , f ,. cT-.ti-r !i-t
HiitirrcH. There urn no evidences or
tlm mushroom growth, nothing of u '
boom imttire. everything curries tnn!
appenrancit of n solid, conservntlvo,
progressive, enterprising business
coustrurtlvenoss on which real cities
aro built, nml with such a foundation
freed from the taint of the verbose
boomer, Kliimiith Falls must grow
luto ii cltv of considerable ptopor-
tlons. Von have your timber, your
lS tho rights and lefiH that tlm fnrms nml. greiitest of nil. our seen-
challenger rallied on hu Jaw from ' lr wmidorH.
tbs tn(i of tho first gong to tho ub-i "' 1"V beard n great deal of Crnt-
er Lake, but iiiithliig I have, been told
I touches the grnndetir nnd bonuty nnd
bfllllniK'y nf tbla Hnpphln of the unl-
Vir.sn No nrtht will ever p-ilnt, pen
I describe nor tongue till the splendor
ot Jlx on throo nrniiinna in i u-,. of this sretilo mnrvel. the crown Jew id .
wlnntei' time, and hobbled to IiIb0' tllmlvni iuioiUtilliul itinoui; nil nf j
;lo t)-1Cl.U.-ion.s of the former
fcmptw William, concerning Uie ,tn "' a l,! if Ile look!i f3'""'""- ,!
viasiuif of warfare. He ak d I'resl-! 0,ul lf ht slav ml "" t!le sllou!rtcr
d.at Eben if i:ern-nrv to inform the. ln a ia"pr tllat lakei - nk a
siiio. m thi Ufrr. ..-. .i house fell on you. then you will know
teltxra. 1 diMtch from Copenhagen. ' you h"'e mel an old frleni1- one you "ams was dr,vlnB ,nt0 the dltch oa
are glad to see back again and one the side of the road.
! vou failed to recoEtilre because be The unknown machine tried tor
iliieiit declarations on this expression 0O.F!:i:i I'.WfWIiV WHKV looks so oung and chipper. You are , pass between the machine driven by
lay entirel with the unknown driy?r
who crowded the machine Mr. WIN
ISIHDMrv I'l V (iVI.lt T1II:M. Iace t0 f'!C with one of the best ' Mr Williams and another passing
' i boosters this city ever claimed as a ! i-ncblne The space was insufficent
Sv r MM I "CO J 1- 3 -Th . res,'lellt- You will be shaking hands ml Mr Williams was fotced to turn
'..- n . f ' ff, i" j w'tb "Tom Stevens. Tom reached the I off the road in order to avoid a head-
,v' '" " , """ or " ''ct "K ; city Thursday evening on a flying vis- on smashup. In so doing his machine
, r"' ; i . ",?' ,l ! m",V . It with his son. I.aton. and daughte- struck the ditch, turned on its side.
r?'ur' ocrtM KhIii; offered Uv Kolf- ,. . . . . ? . ' . . . . j ...
t . ri" f, I rt Y .,! 1.A ! l.Ai.. . n.l nlnnuil Ilia noinninlc! IfnHap If
Jli'. Ill-nil"! it.'Ulll, lllC laitl." UCIUS at MtiV ,.f uvvuuuio uiuua w
,',,( ,. ". .? ' '' a. r"rnla a!n here on a visit with relatives. Mr The driver of the car that caused the
(olf Clu'j coinpl.iln tli.it nlrplamw! f. ,, ,, I ... ... .,, .,.!, .
CU .I'llH IS ULL'UlIlIlilllieU uy HIS Win-, t iltutcm IHU.C aiui.6 "il'iuu. c.t" V
vhoso wide circle of friends will bet quiring as to the result of his doings.
moil -i. t
Minlmtiin. so desr.
Mlulmtii': 4S degree-
from an nd.olning f lying field de
tract their attention from the ball
during n stroke, thereby causing
then! ti) take many more strokes than
usual in covering the course. As
neither the golf club nor the avintlon
field is llkelv to be moved awiiv. th
i ... ... i. . . i ." ... ijc-ilty
l-.ii.-i- - .hi.- ir..-iiMitiiii ivsihimi iu iiiu
fact that the airplanes will simply i
nlad to welcome her, even If her visit
is to be of but a few days duration
Mr. Stevens was at one time lite
Imuvlly interested In Klamath com ty
property and was one of its lea ling
operators. He was. how er.
creed to dispose of his holdings nnd
have to be considered as
In the Happiness of Peace
i,', i aKafc i "i
"r witii ins rlKht eye closed nf
"thecotnplDllonof tho first round.
' never recovered from Dompsoy's
'V body WoW. U wm ,lftV0 ,)(10J
to tho eighty thousand odd
PMUtora. Including tlm blind man
U reportod to havo como ull tho
m.,1 Ca,lfor1' tl't Wlllard
- ot laurel wearing
,."! lid yu I wld knock htm out
lint round, and to all Intents
lad .1. Doml,Hy- a'tor Wlllard
aioiVi P U1U Kh0Rt- " took
! J"nUhme In to mixt two
tCnrtiT1"00'1 that h0 httd n
Mtdi. !10 flm r01,nd that h0
ItrtT beB,on B00n aflor h0
. " jaw ami i,,.,.. , ,
""' im Know it.
tho scenic treasurers of tlm world
Mr. Miller ciiino lmrn from Ketio
nnd loft lodity'for Los Angoles.
1)11. MAHTIN AT SI'ltl.VO CltLKK.
ued on ,e )
Dr. (It'orgo Mart in, who bits been
living In Itorlln for snvernl years und I
during tho period of tho war was nn
allon enemy, with his two charming
daughters, la In tho United States
onco moro nnd spmidlng his vncatlnii
at Spring Crook. Mr. and Mrs, Leslie
Ttognrs, who spout the Fourth as the
Martin's guests on tho creok, say that
tie doctor hold thorn spellbound with
the story of his experiences before
tho nrlmstlro wns signed between tho
Dr. Martin Ih tho Ron of tho Into
Aloxntidor Martin and n brother of
Dr. W, A, Martin, who was a dentist
hero until tho tlmo of his death. Aftor
his vlBlt horo this summer and In
Jnckaoii county whoro ho was ralsod.
tho doctor will return to HerUeley;
where ho will mako his home In the
kf i e i ' i
sv 11 ' fi. i '& '
i &?tiFliv A -.
i WlBy 1
&mmammm&$L ' s
0M FROM EVERY MOUNTAIN SIDE BL
MB let freedom rinc. W '-
lJIEli$0 J SielyiHHIr'r
leave here on account of bis health.
I bis friends bidding him what they
'tnoiigh was a last farewell, for his
f , .i.8lclun gave him about six m -labs
J to live. It may be because the g ;
idle young that Tom is still around, or
! b.-cf.use be treats this old world as
happily ns he does his friends," tint
v!aler it is, there Is no gain say-
litri .1 fact that ho is goln tc foal a
!et of tl.r M. D.'s yet.
Af'er leaving here ami roi'tinlng
bis he-nth, ho again became omi'i ct-
jed w ih The Schilling cor.'i'.uiy, o
'their scpresentntire out of I'ovf .nil.
'l..,,l Clll n. ....... ...... ... tl .... .
...it, null luilllillic-t- .11 lull Uie. t'COpie
The body of Mr. Davis was removed,
to the Ashland morgue. His death
was almost instantaneous. He is the
husband of an Indian squaw, and
the father of two children.
A telegram from Mrs. Williams to
the lady ln charge of the Washington
Rooming house this morning gave the
assuring news that Mr. Williams was
not as severely injured as was first
believed. He did reoeive. however, a
general baking up and facial lacera
tions. The extent of the Injuries ot
the woman, reported to be a relative,
of Mr. Davis, have not been found out
at this time.
m.I.DINC XF.W HKAll
OF TKLKGHAI'H OFFICE
Western FnUm service for Klam
ath Falls patrons will be regular and"
much faster now that the strike has
been declared off, according to Don
of tin virtues and good poIuM of tho IU,dInB the new """laser of the loc-
P'-i t'ticts of this well know!' conewn.
IMti HAXCI-: AT .MOOSK TONIGHT.
! Tonight will be a big evening nt
ttho Moo.se Hull, according to Jlmmle
( lark, who assures everyone who nt
tends his Jazz datico a time that they
will not forget.
Dancing will sturt promptly at nine
o'clock with the over faithful orches
tra playing "Hindustan." If you like
to fox trot, one step, waltz, or even
'"Shlmmie" a bit, go to the Moose
Halt tonight and dance with the
crowd. Fifty cents will lot you pass
Jlmmle Clark and twenty long
dances are on the program. Joy will
be unconflned and dull cars will find
no entrance in the ball.
COUPLK MAmtlF.I) THIS MOHMNG
Independence Ikr 1Q19
A marriage llconse wns Issued Sat
urday to Miss Ester White, a well
known Klamath County girl, and
lames Sullivan, who is employed In
tho Central garage. The couple were
married this morning and left for
Ashland Immediately after the cere-jlow ihat thoy have recently purchas-
1 n I rtftifin
Mr. Helding arrived over a week
ago to take complete charge of the of
fice on Main Street. He Is a graduate
ot Oregon, having received his degren
this June In Commerce, His senior
thesis entitled "Communicativo devel
opment ot telegraphic problems" won
his honors in Commerce at the University-
as well as enabling htm to
gain his present position. Some of tha
Ideas Incorporated in his thesis will
no doubt be' utilized by the Western
Union In handling their many prob
lems, "In a faw weeks we should ha
the use of the new wire that js being
Installed," said Mr. Beldln.T. t.-ih
asked concerning future service. "It
is also the Intention ot the compan
to Install quads in the local ofllco.
which will speed up the servtcj, In
that It will allow tending and receiv
ing on the snnio wire."
Mr. Beldlns was married Just prior
to leaving Eugene. His wife will ar
rive In Klamath Fails within the next
ten days. Mr. and Mra. Holding alonir
wlth Mr. Raiding"? mother will maki
their home in town in n new tunga-
1 v I
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