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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1919)
FRIDAY, AlHWHT ; ltlr
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
E. J. MURRAY
JAMES S. SHEEHT
Published dally except Sunday by
Hubble WnuRh In the fenture ovont
The tnnln ovont of ton touimIr will bo
takes to his training Is beginning to
stamp htm a favorite. In addition to
his road work, the past week tinda
him every evening, boxing, rope skip
ping and preparing for his match
with Wardell. Wnrtloll recently
knocked out Uaby Dluo In Rosevllle.
In addition to the boxing carnival. , botweon Ilobblo Allen and Toby Mil-
Tho Herald Publishing Company of John Kuntz, proprietor of tlio unlilcn lor nt IIS pounils, Uoth nrc liiiky.
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street. . WpM Amusement co., on the Elks fun hnrd-hlttlng clmpn who have flno ro-
Entered nt tho postofflco at Klam.'10"0 "' E,hlh aml ,Maln ,0 8,"E nn , cord. In the 1..uI.ik game.
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru athletic tournament opon to till com-
tho malls as second-class matter. jers for the three days of tho con-j 1IOMK COOKIMS
!ventlon. so anyone with athletic ! Just what yuu'vo boon lotiklng for
Subscription terms by nml to any Kvorytl.InK the npM.tUi. iloiiinnili
address in tlio unueu oiaies; - - mi .i10 mnrkot adorns, imiirii nj
high-class boxing. Uannlb O'llrlen, ' of bondage. Sometimes ho Is forced
the Portland welter-weight, will not ' to cnBt It off against hor will, because
box Thursday night, as announced I divorce laws imi ftich that the bus
in last night's1 Herald, but will go 'band can friuiui eliutges ngiilitHt tho
six rounds ou Friday evening with woman ho no longer loves.
Thus C!lads llrockwotl Ih caught In
"Tliu Divorce Trap," u HunsatlonnI
William Vox production which Is
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uuiiiiiih nun in itiv 1'ii'wiij iiiwwhv, i ivmvu vriiirr Minima i...
Hut hocaUHo alio Is a good woman alio i French pooplo count B10r
succeods In finding happiness fn spllo 1G0OO mrmmi M ' 0B'
of Iter husband s wicked connlvnuco , ,, . . "n A"era
frlonda. Tho story Is " " "'"" " to com,,.
yslrongone. jho "'"'" "' friendship ,...
said to be a vory
HtHIHtMtlHK KOIt THE IIKUAI.O
America nml Franco
I.oagno of Nations.
One year ...
near Oak St
lability in tho various lines,
$r..00 given an opportunity to test them-jny wook or month
" selves. '721 Plum Ht
Member of tlio Annotated Pros I Too interest tlio blks have taken, i
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively j In arrangement of athletic sports
entitled to the use for republication nnvo nrovo,i nooular.
The advance salo predicts a ban
ner house, as the call for ring sido
seats has surpassed the sale of any
previous boxing contest ever hold in
of all news dispatches credited to It
or not otherwise credited in this pa
per, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also reserved.
FRIDAY, AtCJCST 8, 1010.
At the Theatres
WITH EVERY I'UUl'lIABIJ
tlw Btar you got full vnluo for
your nionoy. One of th olem,,
of our sufcess Is utmlity y.
havo to know that an artlclo poi.
sossos quality before wu stock It
Civilized woman refuses to wear
nose rings. Thoy are a badge of slav
ery. Hut civilized womon still wears
So keen Is tho Interest that 26 l wedding ring, which has the same
rounds of boxing will bo staged on significance us tho savage woman's
Friday night at tho Opora House to noso ring. I
'vo the fans who cannot see Thurs- Divorce- makes It possible for clvll-
day's matches, a chance to see some lzed woman to cast off this little band i
SYMPHONY LAWN STATIONERY
from GOc to $3.00 in colors. Other box
stationery from 25c to $4.00. Lord
Baltimore Portfolio, special at GOc.
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
from $2.50 up to as high as you want
to go. Fountain Pens repairedbring
your pen troubles to us.
TO GET BUFFALO
Secretary of Agriculture Will Olve
Buffalo to Municipalities From
Surplus In Herds In Different
Parts of Count ry.
WASHINGTON, Aug. S Provision
Is made in the current agricultural
appropriation act for .the Secretary
of Agriculture to give buffalo to
municipalities and public Institutions
from any surplus which may exist In
'ie herds now under control of the
Department of Agriculture. In order
to aid In the propagation of the spec
ies the bill provides that animals
may be lent to or exchanged with
other owners of American bison. No
provision Is made to give them to in-
dividuals, and only one may be given '
to each municipality or public instit
ution, This provision is made because
bf the surplus of bulls In some of the
Department of Agriculture's buffalo
herds, particularly the one in the
Wichita National Forest and Game
Preserve, in Oklahoma, and because
the department is nearing the realiza
tion of the first stage In the preser
vation of the specie the acquisition
of at least 1,000 head of buffalo by
There are -approximately 7,000 buf
falo in North America. Canada bas
something over 3,500, and the total
number in the United States is more
"than 3,000. This is about seven times
the number In he United States in
1889. when the first buffalo census
was taken. Individuals in the Unit
ed States own approximately 2,000
of the total number In this country.
There are eight Government herds.
'Six of which are under the control of
the Department of Agriculture. The
largest herd in this country Is In
charge of the Interior Department
and Is located In the Yellowstone Na
tional Park, where there are about
450 bison. The Smithsonian Institu
tion now has a herd of 18 at the Na
tional Zoological Park, Washington,
' D. C
The first herd of buffalo under the
Department of Agriculture was es
tablished in 1906 on the Wichita Na
tional Forest and Game Preserve.
The original herd consisted of 15
'animals, the gift of the New Yoik
Zoological Society, nd this has now
increased to more than 100 animals
without any outside additions. Two
herds have been established in the
past year, one in bully a Mill Park,
North Dakota, the other In the Plsgah
'National Game Preserve-, North Caro
lina. The other nerds supervised by
the Department of Agriculture are
located in the Montana National Bis
on range; the Niobiara Reservation,1
-Nebraska; and the Wind Cave Game
Preserve, .South Dakota. The plan of
the department is to establish at
least ten herds, widely distributed. In
order to prevent tho spread of any
contagious disease, should it become
uncontrollable in any of the herds.
MEN ARE TRAINING i
HARD FOR MATCHES '
If anyone has any doubts as to
) ether tho boxing bout" an.irtiudl
by the Elks for their contention,'
will not find the participant in first j
' class condition, ill they nuud to do I
is pay a visit to tho opera house, and '
seo tlio boys go thioitgli thur ti amine i
'grind every evening between the
!hours of six to 7: JO p. m. 1
Matchmaker F. Sandford, who is
''In charge of all arragements foi the I
'"boxing show, is 'caving nothing un-i
I done, and every evening finds him
on tho Job, even to seeing that the
lioys are being properly cared for,
boxing partners provided and many
Louis Lyons, who meets Danny
Wardell In the ten round main event,
Is preparing for his bout hero, and
tho conscientious matter in which he
Prices of Shoes are going up eveiy day, but we are
overstocked with Summer Vacation Shoes, which we
will offer for sale this week at greatly reduced prices.
It will pay you to come in and get a pair of these.
We list a few as follews:
BOY SCOUT SHOES ,
SIZES Price Price
8 to 11 S2.90 $2.45
11 V, to ?. S3. 5 S2.6S
2io to 6 ! $3.35 $2.85
CHILDREN'S SANDALS, BAREFOOT
5 to 8 $1.50 $1.25
8U, to 11 $1.75 . $1.45
HVri to 2 $2.00 $1.65
CHILDREN'S SEAMLESS OXFORDS
5 to 8 $2.00 $1.60
8i to 11 $2.35 $1-90
llio to 2 $2.60 $2.10
BOYS' TENNIS SHOES
12 to 2 $1.35 $1.10
2i2 to 6 $1.45 $1.20
MEN'S TENNIS SHOES
6 to 10 $1.75 $1.40
6 to 10 $4.50 $3.75
MEN'S WHITE BUCK OXFORDS
6 to 10 $8.75 $6.95
OTHER SHOES AT VERY LOW PRICES
Bradley Shoe Store
727 Main St', Klamath Falls, Ore.
"TIIK PICK OF TUB PICTUKKS"
H. W. Poole, Owner
Matinee Every Day
Beautiful .Gladys Brockwell in
"HOUSE TERRIBLE SCANDALS"
"THE HEART OF RACHAEL"
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P ,M.
FOR "PESKY BUGS" USE
El Vampiro 10c
Riker's Bug Powder
and be free from worry.
a really beneficial tonic for run down
conuiuons. rrice .ii.uu. vve nave cus
tomers that prove the merits of this
Bouquet Ramenee Face Powder
for the Elks Convention will help you
have a good time.
Price 75c, in all shades
Good for any head of the familv is
WILD ROOT HAIR TONIC
Stops dandruff and falling hair. Two
sizes, GOc and $1.10
Lot of new
BOOKS OF FICTION
for Summer reading'. We will be glad
to show you the titles. '
We have just received an express ship
ment of their finest Chocolates from
their factory. Sell from 50c to $1.50.
Our Best seller
For a comforta
ble shave use
J 3HAV1NO CREAM j
t If you have delayed buying your Kodak now is the time, as you will want pic-
tures of the "ELKS." And to insure your success, buy your Kodaks and Films
where they take a personal interest in you. Come in and find our out methods.
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The Store is Well Supplied 1
i with everything to meet heavy demands I
that will be made on us during the coming I
New goods continually arriving.
Butter for Saturday 65c the pound.
Winnek's Special Flour, $3.30 the sack.
Bulk Coffee, 40c the pound.
There is none better.
Oils and Soaps are still advancing on the market; our prices re
main the same. We have a new cooking oil a combination of
pure Olive and Vegetable oils, in half gallon and gallon cans, at
$1.65 the half gallon and $3.25 the gallon. Positively guaranteed
to give satisfaction or money refunded. Tiy a can with your
next order. '
Use a can of our Deodorizer it will please you, and give the
wram urn i
Phone 34 426 Main St.