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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Price of
Earl Shepherd Co.
New Store 507 Mam
1 Metropolitan Amunttfiiriiu '
'something to do"
Two Hm'In of (iood Comedy
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SAM!- 9 thoroughbred regis
tered Ilhoclu iHlnnd red laying
Iiuiim mill omo rocflter. Inquire 1040
Tho IndluR of the I'n idiyturlim
church will hold n cooked food imd
apron wilo In Wlnnok's :'tir-i begin
ning Saturday December 20, nt mo
o'clock. ic -It
FOR HUNT Nlcoly furnUh.'d n nm,
ubo of phono nnd balh Furn iso
heut. Phono 435. 10-21
; LOST Taupe bag with blue top.
1 Finder keep change, nnd return
kuy.s to Mrs. Heynolda, room 234,
While l'ollcan Hotel. 16-lt
FOR SAM! ChrlBttnnB trees. Tole
I phono 283. !G-5t
, Cnnie to my plncc. 707 WaBhlng-
ton, u holstcln cow, with hornB.
tempi c TMPATFR Owner can hnvo same by proving
ItrarUC I n E. A I b n property nnd paying for this nd.
TODAY , lC-lt'
"Till: LAW OF MUX"
Two Heels, of flood Conirdy
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
NOTICE HOYAIi AIICH MASONS.
I Stated Conclave this evening.
1 (Tuesday). Work In tHo Royal Arch
Degreo and election of officers. All
Companions nre urged to be present.
1C-U GEORGE WALTON, H. P.
Wo have a $100.00 Amorlcan
rhonoBMph; wo will bo glad to ills
rose for It for $10.00. We took this
Id on a tr'ado for a new Ilrunswlck.
flush or terms. Wlntern, 700 Main
Phone HO-W. 13-lt
Having disposed of my Interests
In tho Jowel Cafe to Mrs. Irene Hnle
and Mrs. May Posplsll, I hereby not
ify all thoso having bills against the
BUld cafe up to Docomber 15, to pre
sent Rnmo to mo for payment nnd
nil thoso knowing themselves Indebt
ed to mo will please mnko prompt
payment to mo nt 823 Pine Street.
, 10-3t JESS BAILEY.
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The Next Fire I
X may get your car or your house. It costs so little for $
protection that you can't attora to oe wiwout it. jus-- .;.
phone 484 and I will call and fix you up.
JAMES M. WATKINS, JR.
I Suite One, Swanson Building
"THE l'ICK OF THE PICTURES"
H .W. l'OOLE, Owner.
HAUKY HOIIEL, Musinif Director
"DUST OF DESIRE
A Picture with a Punch
"A LUCKY DOG'S DAY,"
Featuring "BROWNIE," the Wonder Dog"
"THE MASTER MAN"
A Splendid Drama Splendidly Preseented
"BROKEN BLOSSOMS" will be shown Sunday and
Doors open 1:80 and 7:00 P. M. Kvcnlng pictures btait nt 7:30
'Twck wild before the match that
Toboy Miller wuh a hard-hitting
brulher, but ho nut his match In ex
changing heavy wallops when he
went up against "Illlly" Huff, Into of'
Salt Lake, at Houston's opera house
last night. Huff displayed a right
punch with the kick of a steam pis
ton nnd h',x minutes after ho got It
working well, iMIIlor's seconds
were npplylng first aid treatmenj.
Mjller'B defeat was1 foreshadowed
from the clang of, tho gong, but rio
managed to pull through a series of
feints and clinches In the first round
without serious flnmng'e. HufT dis
played his wicked right from the
( start ajid landed a few straight Jolts
In tho first that should have Wised
, his opponent to'lhe fact tHal'ho was
up against a .younger,, stronger
Things happened speedily In tho
second. Miller waHagreBslve and
'thero wps a swift Interchange of
punches. Miller rushed and Huff
found an opening through which ho
drovo tho aforesaid sledgehammer
right to the Onklandcr's Jaw. Mil
ler went grogglly against the ropes
and Huff landed three times more.
Miller turned sideways to avoid the
rain of blows, giving Huff an oppor
tunity for a cross swing which
caught the Oakland boxer back of
tho right ef, and e went face
down for the count.
In fact, he went down so hard en
'the none too thickly padded tloor at
tho edge of the ring that the referee
might have progressed his numeri
cal calculations from the first ten
figures into tho higher branches of
mathematical lore and failed to
arouse any Interest from Tobey. An
nouncer Earl RIchey climbed
'through the r-pes. lifted tho fallen
lighter and earned him back to his
corner, where son.e strenuous cold
towel exercise on the part of his sup-
J porters gradually restored him to
the world again.
There was plenty of Miller money
In the house last night and evident
ly Miller's past ring histoiy has been
'such as to inspire confidence, but
last night he ran up against a young
er man with a cooler head and a
harder punch. Perhaps he failed
to grasp the combination. At any
rate, from over-confidence, temper,
or some other reason, he waded in
too deeply and just as rapidly went
I Tho preliminaries were one-third
gcod nnd two-thirds otherwise. Joe
Souza of Sacramento boxed four
good rounds with Kid McPhorson of
Montana. Tho first round was fast,
with both boys working hard, Souza
taking some punishment and Inflict
ing more. The second and third
rounds were not so snappy, but Mc-
Pherson showed to better advantage
and rallied strongly from tho handl-
'cap of tho first two minutes. In tho
fourth Sou?a landed a couple of
punches thnt won him tho decision.
Referee Wntters made a closo judg
ment, to which some fans demurred,
insisting it should have been a draw,
but tho referee's decision was sound.
i Kid Harrington of Chiloquln, In
troduced as the "undefeated light
weight of Klamath county," lost tho
title to Jack Edwards of Oakland.
If Harrington, who Is only a young
ster, never mndo a better exhibition
than ho did last night it is a puzzlo
how he ovor acquired the title. Un
der the declaration of Judgo N. J.
Chapman before the contests, that
tho refereo was empowered to call
bouts off if there was any loafing,
the toleration of the fnntch beyond
the first round was a inistalco. Ed
wards did nine-tenths of all tho
fighting In the four rounds and tried
his tebt to secure some reaction
from his opponent.
Tho six-round semi-final was a
farce. Guy Robberts, who was to
have boxed Bobble Allen, connected,
it seems, with one of Minor's hay
makors in a sparring bout last
Thursday, result three broken ribs.
It may bo that in alluding to Rob
borts' misfortune u secret is betray
ed, as everyone connected with the
promotion of the contest seems to
have been able to keep it dark until
tho announcer arose and took tho au
dience into his confidence last night.
It would seem, as the public is asked
to support the exhibition'', that the
public is entitled to know a little
moro beforehand as to what they
are going to sea for their money.
Anyway, Allen was on Hand and
took on Jess Millet for three rounds
and Jlmmie Leonard for anbther
three. Allen hit his opponents when
ever and wherever he wanted to,
Pork Chops and Bacon
Here are reasons why the fine,
fresh pork tenderloins and pork chops,
or savory ham, or crinkly bacon, which
you enjoy for breakfast, cost much more
per pound than the market quotation on
live hogs which you read in the newspaper:
An average hog weighs 220 pounds.
Of this, only 70 per cent (154 pounds) "
is meat and lard.
So, when we pay 15 a pound for live hogs, we
are really paying more than 21 a pound for the meat'
which we will get from these animals, even after
taking into account the value of the by-products. ,
But people show a preference for only one-third
of the whole the pork chops, fancy bacon, and choice
cuts from juicy hams.
This means that when we are selling Premium
bacon at 43 12 per pound wholesale and Premium
hams at 30, there are other parts for which we
get as low as 6 or 8 per pound. The net result is
an average profit to us of less than 1 a pound.
The choice cuts are higher because of a demand
Another thing: Only 35 pounds of the entire hog
or about fc th is usually marketed at once. The rest
must be pickled, cured, or smoked. This takes
months, and adds to the costs which must be met.
Swift & Company, U. S.,A;
Swift & Company's
J2.95 a oil
WHAT BECOMES OF
THE AVERAGE DOLLAR
rSWIFT & COMPANY
rROM THE SALE OF MEAT
AND BY PRO0UCTS
i CENTS IS PAID rOR THE
I2.9S CENTS rot) LABOR
EXPENSES AND rHEICHT
. SWIFT iCOMPAVY
and displayed an amount of skin jile Herald tells you today's new today not tomorrow.
'that entitles him to consideration as
a factor in future bouts. The sum
I total of the six rounds, however, was, F
u. distinct drawback to a card, that, J
on the whole, was well worth while j
and gave the crowd a good show fer:
their money. i
Speaking of crowds, tho house was
well packed, considerable standing
room being taken. There was a falrj
percentage of women in the audt-j
once, three or four holding ringside
seats. Judge Chapman, president of
the boxing commission was sal's-J
fled there would be other bouts this,
winter. The fans seemed quite sat-j
lisfled, so doubtless there will bo.
Material for coming contests wasj
announced boforo the main event,'
lncludlnir Bobbie Allen, who wants
to meet Tobey MUler (although ho
may have changed his mind after
Miller's defeat.) Fred Anduri m of
Portland, challenger of the main
event winner; George Leo, Sacra
mento lightweight; Cleo Mattox of
San Francisco, Weldon Wing and
Stanley Wilts of Portland.
LKfilON DAXCE THURSDAY.
The American Legion is planning
to give a dance next Thursday night
at the Houston Opera House. The
dance will start at 9 o'clock. Good
music is promised and a. good time
for everybody. Arrangements will
be made to Insure comfortable heat
ing. The affair is open to the public.
The suit of J. S. McClellan against
Joe Dervan was dismissed by Judge
Kuykendnll yesterday. The suit' of
Leslie Rogers, administrator of the
estate of Frances Hughes, deceased,
against Ethel Hughes, was dismiss
ed. III,! I IIMlWH.II ,k 'HiL-i'l' lk,-
For a Wonderful
The turkey cooked to a golden brown, mince and
pumpkin pies of flaky crtspness, cranberry 6aucc,
plum pudding everything done to a perfect turn.
And what's the reason ? Why a Wedgewood
range of course it never fails to give the very
For the bat Steve: and Ranges buy the
For tale by
' Evans & Balin
OlO Main St.
Old Stoves taken as part pay
ment on new ones.