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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
We .carry the largest stock of glass in Klamath
Falls, jin have two expert glaziers subject to your
We fcave Wire Rib Sky-light glass Maze
Plate Mirrors and Window glass in all sizes. Wind
shields, and Head-light glass put in while you wait.
Lakeside Lumber Co.
Mill Mid Yards, Klamath Ave. and Center St
Two coaiBteta matinees every af
ternooa at the Liberty, starting at
Of all tha wsaien of Europe, the
former Qassa Aautlo of Portugal,
who bow roaUos la England, It prob
ably the neat,' accomplished.
A Ctaaaflat A4 win sail It.
The Tempotat Pm
JmsS the point that
won't weaken in the
at rower it hand or
at noway it ink-'
Ppe to spacta!
also saves tae
pen a steel-like
Writes at trst touch.
The' famoue Wahl
Cinb Feed aoto
pa of ink for any
tad keeps pen moist
for Instant writing.
Tha Perfect Potato
A iltisJPwMB aaata
ta the Evenharp Pencil,
saeat by the sasae con
Ml Made la seta Elf
ptaag Md Screw Joint
aftta? Mesa, $2.50 as
fi'gjjtjj Eswolffereat aad better
Star Drug Store
Fifth and Mate Street
UNIVERSITY OP OREGON, Eu
gene. Aug. 38. With the opening of
the football season but a month
away, followers of tho Unlvoratty of
Oregon hopes are beginning to admit
that prospects for the coming season
look as rosy as they did at tho end of
last year, when ten veterans of the
(roast champion olorcu announced
their Intention of returning this year.
Two things are going to work
wonders for Oregon this year, In the
opinion of the close followers of the
gamje: The strong coaching staff
gathered together for the Oregon
rarslty, and the admirable schedule
arranged for the team. The coach
ing staff of the varsity wilt number
five, one of the strongest on the
coast. Three coast conference games
and one northwest conference game
have been arranged Tor the varsity.
In addition to one practice game,
and a season-ender with the Unlrer-
slty of Southern California Thanks
"Shy" Huntington will be head
coach this year, watch will be ais
third year as mentor of Oregon elev
ens. During his two fars' career
St Oregon, "Shy" has lost but three
games, and has won three 'confer
ence championships. In 1918. the
one game lost during the season was
to tho University of California. This
game prevented the varsity from
winning the coast championship, but
Oregon stood at the top of the north
In 1919, Oregon lost a memorable
game to Washington State College,
and on New Years day, 1930, Har
vard won by on point over the Isss
oa-Yello warriors at Pasadena. Last
year, however, the Oregon varsity
won both the northwest and coast
In addition .to Coach Huntington,
the lemon-yellow staff of Instructors
will number Trainer BUI Ifisywsrd.
AasUtant Coach "Bart" Speltman,
"Ken" Bartlett, and "Baa" Williams.
Hayward will begin his fifteenth
year as trainer of the Oregon eleven,
TATTOOING AS k FINE ART
It Reaches Its Highest Development In
the Marquesas Islands f the
South Seas. ,
Tattooing I nn art so old thnt Its
origin Is lost to historical records,
having been practiced when the cave
men went out to club their follows.
In the Marquesas Islands, the meat
distant and most mysterious of South
sea archipelagos, tattooing reached Its
highest development and there It w
the most beautiful form of art known.
For a man In the Marquesas to lack
the tnttoed stnra of terror upon bis
face nndto hnve a bare countenance
upon his face was to be n poltroon and
deplcd by tho whole tribe. Frederick
O'Brien says In the Century that to
nclilcc a fairly complete picture on
one's body meant many month of !n
trne suffering and tlio expenditure
of much wealth.
When white men were cast by ship
wreck In tho Islands of the far Peel-
flc or fled from duty on whalers or
warship and sought to stay among the
Marquetmn they acceded to the hon
ored customs of their hosts and adopt
ed their facial adornment Once the
curious Ink of the tttoocr has gotten
Into the skin It Is (here forever and
can never be erased, tike the pita of
smallpox. Tho white men, therefore,
of Europe and America never again
returned to their old hornet after set
tling among these Marqueaani and
having their faces tattooed.
In Paris a collector bought an an
tlque finger ring In which waa fig
ured a lion with sharp clawa of steel.
From these he'recelved an accidental
scratch of which he nearly died. In
vestlgatlon showed the claws were
hollowed and communicated with a
small poison receptacle In tho ring.
Rawing at the,
MARGUERITE CLARK in
"ALL OF A SUDDEN PEGGY"
As the tltlo Indicates, it is one of thoae flashing comedies
'B whip Mlaa Clark excells. You'll Had that she was
never' charming as abe is In the role of this little
, oik, ir"",n
SUNDAY G. D. Griffith's
,THE GREATEST QUESTION"
yJlifgpUk. Robert Harroa and thel OrftOith Ma) cm I
'mt$ 9 le Way of Destiny with "JUST 1-OLK8" I
EGYPTIAN BEADS MOVE BED
Remarkable Manifestations Said ta
Have Inn Made by Ancient Neck,
lace In Edinburgh.
8ome remarkahte manifestations,
state the Scotsman, have occurred In
Edinburgh In association with an aa
Clent Egyptian necklace. The pre
ent owner of the necklace, who. Uvea
In the west end of Edinburgh, received
It from Cairo at the end of 1013.
Ilecently she decided to get rid or It
and threw it Into a waste paper ha
ket. That night when near the bas
ket she was startled by the distinct
feeling of a hand clutching at htr
wrist She afterward heard sounds
from tho basket as a mouse moving.
Examination revealed only waats pa
per and the glass beads. 1UU
Slic gave the beads to her brother,
who on going to bed placed them on
the pillow near bit head. The neck
lace seemed to be moved on the pflloW
during the night by some unseen '
agency. A night or two later he again
put the beads on his bed. tie was
roused from his sleep by the bed be
ing moved from side to aide. TTe
afterward heard the necklsce produol
Ing a rustling movement The follow
log night he slept soundly with 4
necklace In the room. At four o'clopk
next morning he was wakened by the
bed again sinking. Other persons y
they had similar experiences with the
George Eliot the Lay Preacher. "
A novelist who bases his art on
clean-cut ethical formulas la bound
to wane In popularity. For special
reasons, he may make a strong Appeal
to his own generation and yet be neg
lected by the generation succeeding.
George Eliot was the eloquent lay
preacher of her age. Literary aermooa
like hers are now out of date. Readers
do aot care to be told what will hap
pea If they do not do this or If they
do that Similarly Thomas Hardy ta
certain to suffer In fame. The kind of
philosophic determination embodied In
his novels Is disappearing. If Hardy
and George Eliot long survive, it will
be In spite of their moral formulas;
It win be because readers will be will
ing to overlook moral formulas rx ac
count of the permanently Interesting
phases of life preseoted by a msster
hand In their novels. Herein lies the
final test of literary Immortality. There
Is no question about novels like Tom
Jones" and "Vanity Fair." which are
not framed on any precise technical
theory. They are life Itself nnd Its
diffused morality. Wilbur Crow. In
the Yale Review,
Safety Deposit Itosp
by the year
Building is very active in Klamath Falls.
New homes are springing up everywhere.
And a great many of them were made pos
sible by saving accounts started years ago.
Opportunity looks at your Bank Book
before it knocks at your door.
It is the size of a man's savings, rather
than the size of his earnings, that indicate '
What kind of a story does your savings
bank book tell.
Klamath State Bank
"THE GROWING RANK"
Located at the Corner 6th and Main
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Wc waat yintr Itunlaera.
Oar ilank, we hop, may
bniimo your Ilank
Spell of the Witch Doctor.
In the twentieth century, according
to the report of forunrd moieini-nt
survey, tfcero nro approximately 1;.
million people In Africa held In ulijcct
fear through tl.o hundreds of thou
snndi of witch doctor who nlono uro
hclluvcd to liao the potter of "njiell
Ins out" the all spirits. The theory o'f
the African native regarding dlm-axo
l that an enemy casts a spell which
enters the body and It must either be
spelled out or cast out and this Is
accomplished by the use of charms
which often kill before they hae the
opportunity of proving their curative
powers. The natives of South Africa,
the survey find, depend entirely on
witch doctors and herb doctors. For
SH million patlve people there are
only twenty-three missionary doctor
and nineteen nurses. Scattered among
the millions, this little band of work
era accomplishes' wonders. But the
sway of the witch doctors is practically
The' electric Incubator Is said to ba
much safer, surer and 'more economi
cal than the oll-lieated apparatus.
Current entering tho Incubator passes
through resistance elements In the top
of the box; these uro arranged to dis
tribute the heat evenly over the 73
eggs below. Double Insulating walla
prevent U escape of heat, while a
thermostat keepH temperature, H con
stant .Ventllo)1oii Is , likewise auto
BE BUI BOUT
Jimmy McQueen, one of Frisco's
most ardent sportsmen, and who totes
the reputation of knowing the pedi
gree and record of every boxer of
any prestige whatsoever, was In the
city yesterday for the transaction of
business with Matcbmakor Frank
Smith. Until his arrival hero Thurs
day night, Jimmy was not awaro that
Wild Dill Reed and Karl Ritchie are
to bo the top-liners in the Labor day
card here, and when the Information
was Imparted to him. Jimmy rammed
his hands Into his pockets, crossed
his loft foot ovor his rlsht foot,
screwed his left eyebrow upward
about three notches, leaned back
against the refreshment bsr of the
Smoke, and thus, having assumed his
characteristic Informative pose, dis
gorged himself thusly:
"What? You say you got Wild
BUI lined up against Earl Ritchie
for that Labor day card In this burg?
Well, take It from little Jimmy, It'll
be some scrap, 'specially If those two
wallopers are In condition to "go."
An', say, did you over see Wild mil
when ho wasn't In condition an'
rarln' to go? That boy's real nnd
only name Is Scrap, and tho noma's
no misnomer, either. Ho'd scrap at
his own funeral, Just to convince tho
mournln' public that ho never was a
iloud ono. Ho'a gono up against the
host boys In tho business, nnd ho's
made 'em all hit the ball from tho
gong to tho finish. Wonder to mo
ho Isn't goln' up agnlnst Jack Domp
sey. I'robably lacks a manager with
a noodlo but, anyway, whon ho nnd
that guy Rltchlo pump mitts with
each other on Labor day, thern's
a-goln' to bo somo encounter I'm.
a-tollln' you. Ritchie's somo ring-
mastor himself, probably fades Wild
Mill a llttlo at that at least that's
tho Information 1'vo got stored nwoy
In my llttlo flghtln' 'cyclopedia.
"Wish I could bo here to nee the
milling, 'causo It's goln' to bo one
grand, gladsome, little old moloo,
take it from me."
Some recomtmendatlon that, com
ing from Jimmy McQueen, but ft Is
Just more evidence that Matchmaker
flmlth had his head with 'him tne
day he signed these big boys for tho
Labor day Droaram. Both mixers
are' fn the midst of s consistent pe
riod of, training, and they assert that
thojr ,are going to give tho public the
benefit of every ounce of fighting
nnnrrv they dosssss when thoy meet
here on the evening of September 6.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Second hand Undorwood
tpo writer. C. M. Alexander.
BARGAIN Upright I'lnnn In good
condition for 8140. Till No. 7
Commercial street, near H'-h. 28-10'
Line up your Job for the winter.
We need twenty men now. Good
wages. Klght hours; steady work
BIG LAKES BOX CO,
SI.KKI'ING ROOM For rent. 1IS4
1'lne street. 28-30
IX)8T 10 X 12 tent between Klam
ath Falls and McClelan storo on
Merrill road. Lcavo at Gun 8tere:
WANTKD Saleswomen and altera
tion hands for the new Andross
Glovor Style Hhop. Apply to Mrs.
Glover, Whlto Pelican hotel, between
2 and 4 Sunday afternoon. 28
WANTKD Position as stenographer
experienced In legal and Insur
ance work. Box 162, P. O. 28-1
LADY BARRKR SHOP Now open
at Chlloquln, Oregon. 28-11
Sir John Horschel, who know a
great deal about comets, estimated
that even those with tails millions of
miles in length do pot weigh more
khan; half a pound.
WANTED Winchester pump gun,
12 guage. Inquire Chas. Jenson,
Reclamation Service. 28-1
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM For
one or two gentlemen. 634 N. 8th
FOR HALE Romlngton automatic
rlflo, 35-35; special slgbu and
sling. High graAe sleeping bag;
two Marble hunting axes. Inquire
No. 16, Loomls Building. 28-1
For sale, black Percheron stallion;
Is gentle; will work any place and ta
a truo puller. Sultablo for logging
work. Will bo sold cheaply. Edward
Freuer, Soven Springs Ranch, S. Poe
Office of Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington. I). C July 30, 1920.
I Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
' preaentod to tho undersigned. It has
been m silo to appear that "Tim Am
erican National Bank of Klamath
, Falls," In the city of Klamath Falls,
In the County of Klamath and State
of Oregon, has compiled with all the
I provisions of the statute of the
United Htatea required t obo com
piled with before an association
shall be authorliod to commonco tho
business of banking;
Now therefore I, John Skelton
Williams, Comptroller of the Cur
rency, do hereby certify that "The
American National Ilank of Klam
ath Falls." la lbs City of Klamath
Falls, In the County of Klamath and
State of Oregon, Is authorised to
commence the buslneaa of banking
as provided In Section Fifty one hun
dred and alxty-nlne of the Revised
Statutes of the Unked Statea.
In testimony whereof, witness my
hand and seal of office this Thir
tieth day of July, 191.
J.NO. SKELTON' WILLIAMS,
(Seal) Comptroller of the
Aug. 13-20-27-3-10-17-24-1-8-15. i
When frlondly Arabs meet their
salutation Is almost grotesque, for
thoy shako hands seven or eight
lines, and sometimes ropuatodly kiss
THE PICK OF THE PICTURES
A NEW ONE EVERY DAT
If. W. POOLE, Owner ItOGEIt I), TORIIKY, Musical Director
The prrtltciit girl on the nrreeii Is
and she plays the stellar role tonight In
Sunday we liavo a flao Western story called '
and us the sUr Is none other than '
wo know you will be dollghtod. As usual tlie show Is '
continuous on Sunday starting nt 1:30 P, M.
In nesponse to many request we will again show
starring thy great Nazlmova. We played (his picture nearly s yosr
, ago and know that It Is good enough to bring to
Klamath Falls again for Monday only