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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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24 Rounds of High Class
FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 21
under the supervision of the Klamath Falls
HOUSTON OPERA HOUSE
Program starts at 7 o'clock
Sealn now on mile ut the Rex cufc. $3.00 for ringside,
$2.00 general admission, including war tax
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Young Souza vs. Trench King, 118 pounds, 10 rounds
Bobbie Allen vs. Young Eaton, 144 pounds, 6 rounds
Red Moore vs. Joe Blackburn, 145 pounds, 4 rounds
Bearcat vs. Kid Covert, 105 pounds, 4 rounds
Tho gllU tilr.li school chorus ulll
present ihu two-net comic opera
"Captain Crnssbones" at Houston's
opora linuso tonight. Tlio entertain
ment has been well rehearsed ami
prom I ti'ii to do a ncri'nm of mirth
from beginning to tlit fall of the cur
lain. Tho program li its follews:
By SEED TEST
O A. 0. KXPKHIMK.NT HTATION,
Corvnllls, May 19. Farmors all ovsr
tho state luivo tokon advantage of the
opportunity to liuvo seed tested for
purity, germination and Identifica
tion thin yoar to a larger extent than
over before, Humpies received since
July 1, 1919, numbur 2.64G while
IttHt year tho figure wan 1,495.
Farmers and commorclal need
growers nra beginning to realize tlio
great difference In crop rvnultn ob-
talnud from tented Heed, and aro In
creasing their farm production Kx
tenslvo eiamlnatlon of need for pur
ity and germination ha lieen inudu
by tho station for tho northwest
which Included Oregon, Washington,
Idaho, Utah, Montana and Wyoming.
Tli l In tho region designated by tho
government to be nerved by theso
laboratories' Beedsmen, Individuals,
county agent, and others have hunt
An custom housu aro not permit
ted to allow moHt forago crop Heed
to enter 'without panning tho germin
ation and purity tests, n quantity of
forago crop teed In cent from tho
custom bonnes In Montana, Beattlo
and Portland, res.'ctlvoly. Approxi
mately ISC HnmpleN have been sent In
by the custom houses,
Tho test for ltnllty Is ono of tho
ouimandlng helps. Tho percentage of
foreign need Is not only determined In
the purity tent, but tho foreign seed.
Itself, Is Identified Tests fur purity
hato been largely with alfalfa, red
clover, alnlko clover, sweet clover,
crlumon.ctover and etch. Grasses
such as Kngllsh ryo grass, Italian
rye grass, orchard grass, timothy,
Kentucky blue grass, Cunuda bluo
grass, Ited top and Fescue, also re
ceive tho purity test. Cereals aro
Tho purity test U nudn on lliw per
basis, determining tho
THIS IS THE
ltoCflit cumpiirutlku tt'itn liute
shown that ethylene Is a good sub-lnlago
stltutn for acetylene In cutting and amount of wood and foreign seed and
welding operations. As far as bent!"' Inert matter. In tests for germln
of combustion Is concerned eth) tune '"Hon, n count of the original number
has a slightly higher ro-efllclenl , "f seed Is taken, und then tho uuiii
A use for wste products of the
coal mine, suclwas co.ildust und
slack, Is etalmed to have been found
by thu Inventor of n process for turn
ing these products Into n (latent fuel
which Is declared to bo cheaper and
mnro satisfactory than coal In Its
A Classified Ad will soil It.
Don Cubob do Clgarrn, a Kpanlsh (Iramteo
Donna Isabella, Ills Wife ...
Thuresa, Their Daughter
Kleanor, An American Heiress
Miss rolling, A Kemalo Tutor
nor of sprouts on each need. Tho
largest part of tho germination work
has been In testing vegetable seed.
Probably tho only woman In Amor
Ira engaged In tho manufacture of
nltroglycerlno Is Mrs, Clalro W.
Stokes, of I'etrolla, Out , whoso fac
tory turns out largo quantities of tho
muterlal, used principally in torped
oing oil wells.
Itlchard Htoneybroko. An American Planter Pearl lllehit
Captain Ilombastlo, Of the Island 1'ollce Margaret Johnston
Anthony Law, Tho Legal Adviser - Muudo Hotvnuu
lllll Pilgrim. A Hu tired Pugilist ....Lottu Caldwell
Kitty, Tho Postmistress Dorothy Klllott
71m and am. Of tho Island Pollre . ..I,enn and Letha Miller
Chorus of Itelatlous, Men mid Mold-Servants and Pirates (Act I.)
Plrutes and Pirates' SweetheartH and Wives (Act 1 and IL)
Act I. Uardeit of Don Cubeb's mansion In tho suburbs of Havana,
(A Week Klapses)
Act II. Tho Pirates' Lair In tho tslo of Pines.
Proludo and Legend (Theresa) , "Long Ago In Old Havana"
Trio (Therein, Kleanor and Miss I'elllng).."Lovo Is a Deflnlto Article"
Song (Thorosa) "O for tho Wings of a Whlto Sca-Oull"
Chorus .. .. ."llluo. llluo Is tho Caribbean"
Ilallad (Donna Isbaelln) "I Was Onco Young Myself"
Duet (Illchard and lllll Pilgrim)., -...."Treat Him Kindly"
Trio (Don Cubob, Cnpt, Ilombastlo and Thorosa) "In a Tropical Creek"
Duot (Itlchard and Theresa) "Nothing Else Matters At All"
8ong (Kleanor) ...."Somo Day, Somehow!"
Chorus "Tho 8ky and tho Pretty Flowers"
Solo (Bill Pilgrim) and Pirates' Chorus.
"A Plrato's Llfo Is a Terrible Lite"
Chorus - "Fresh and Fragrant Like the Morning"
Song (Anthony) with Chorus " 'Mid tho Hills of Carolina"
Quartotte (Illchard, Anthony, Thorosa und Kitty),
"The Dear Romantic Days"
Song (Eleanor) ., "To IM"
Duot (Kloanorand Capt. Ilombastlo) .. "Somo Day"
Song (Don Cubob) ."The Omolot anil tho Onion"
Trio (lllclmrd. Anthony and Dili Pilgrim) "Farouoll! Farewell!"
Chorus (with Don Cubob).."Our Plrato Chief Is Waiting on tho Shoro"
20a. Chorus (with Don Cuboh)...."I'm In a MobI Unfortuuato Predicament"
21. Duot (Illchard and Theresa) "Tho Soa of Mystery"
Vote for Good Roads
Vote 302X Yes for
4 State Read lend Limit
NO PROPERTY TAX
NO DIRECT TAX
NO INCREASE IN AUTO LICENSE FEES
NO INCREASE OF GASOLINE TAX .
Prctcnt Auto Llccnte Fees and Oarollne
Tax will pay both principal and Interest
on all the bonds under this constitutional
amendment. Approval of this amendment
Is necessary to permit early completion of
I WEATHER RECORD
.Hereafter tho Herald will publish
the 'mean and maximum tempera
ture! and precipitation record ai tak
en by the U. S, Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover tbe
day previous to. tba paper'a Issue, up
to 6 o'clock ot that day.
I M 71
A vast supply of sodium sulphate
Is represented In the deposits ot
some ot the lakes in Siberia. Lake
Varnvyabansk alone Is estimated to
contain about 3,000,000 tons.
Tbo copper produced in the United
Statea last year waa valued at 1134,.
000,000, as compared wth$471,
000,000 for 1111. There was also a
decline la the amount ot lead and
Uea tkea .Ifty years ago women
prisoner la Tenaeeeee were employ
ed la breaking rack far stmt me
llow a Klamath Fall Cltln-n Found
lYMtlom From Kidney Troubles.
It you, suffer from backache
From ur'lnary disorders
Any curable dlseaso of the kidneys,
Use a tostod kidney remedy.
Doan's Kidney Pills have been
tented by IhouHauds.
Klamath Falls peoplo testify. Ask
your neighbor 1
Can you ask moro convincing proof
Mrs. J. A. Harrison, 320 9th St.,
Klamath Falls, sayst "I can cer
tainly recommend Dnnn'a Kidney
PIUh for I know they aro just us
roprosontod. My klilnoyu woro weak
und I suffered with uuch backaches
that I could hardly kocp on my feet.
Froquont hoadachos kopt mo miser
ublo and my kidneys acted Irregularly
and unnutural. I used Doan's Kid
ney Pills and they soon rolloved tho
backaches and other signs ot kldnoy
Prlco 60c, at all doalera. Don't
simply ask tor a kldnoy remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Harrison bad. Foster-Mulburn
Co., Mtra., Buffalo, N. Y.
announce hi candidacy tor the.re-
pu oilcan nomination aa aliens oi
Klamath county. If elected I will
always remember taat I am roar ser
vant, not yoar muter. Adr.
fUaabUeaa eaadldato far aemtaatiaa.
WHO AWOKE THE CITIZENS OF AMERICA TO THE
DANGEROUS CONSEQUENCES OF A HASTY ENTANGLE
MENT IN THE MESHES OF "THE" LEAGUE OF NATIONS.
WHO IS FOR A "SQUARE DEAL" FOR ALL CLASSES.
Who for TEN YEARS has fought
against the occupation of America
WHO, AS GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA, SECURED THE
EIGHT HOUR DAY FOR WOMEN, FOUGHT FOR EQUAL
SUFFRAGE AND WON, AND SECURED LAWS AGAINST
ON FRIDAY, MAY 21, THE VOTERS OF KLAMATH COUNTY
HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPORT
Hiram W. Johnson
LET EVERY MAN AND WOMAN MAKE THE MOST OF AN
OPPORTUNITY TO REPAY TEN YEARS OF STEADFAST
CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS.
THE MAN OR WOMAN WHO IS QUALIFIED TO VOTE AND
WHO FAILS TO DO SO IN THE FACE OF THE VITAL
ISSUES AT STAKE IN THIS PRESIDENTIAL. CONTEST
Is Not a Good Citizen
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