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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS. OREGON
, OAKLAND, Scpl. 29. Tho noon
day meeting of tho worker In the
Oakland Y. M..C. A. financial cam
paign Friday wan one or tho moat
Mthuilutlc yet held. Tho grand to
tal for tho day wavannounccd at
111,959. Thl bring tho total amount
aubeerlbcd "up to ycatcrday noon to
orer $53,000. To tb( there I to be
added tho 5 per cent of tho amount
nlied, which I being contributed by
Cliff Durant, tho millionaire automo
Tho committee on pedal gift, or
which If. Mortan I chairman, an
nounced $G000 from the Clearing;
House Association of Oakland, and
110,000 from Mini. Julia Aloiander.
BAN FRANSISCO, Sept. 29. Oak
land defeated Vernon 3 to 2 In a
dime norol finish Saturday. With two
men out In tho ninth Inning and
Knight on econd, Krausc. batting
for Mitchell and with two strikes ond
three ball chalked against him. hit
a home run Into the lert field bleach
er. W. Mitchell droro In Vernon'
two run with a tingle In the second
Inning. Tho Tigers were unablo to
touch Krcmer, except in that frame.
bean crop this year by tho California
Dean Orowors' Association on deliv
ery of tho crop, was the announce-1
ment made by H. 1. Morchead, dist
rict nianagcr. lib said tho crop.
would bo only 30 per cent of normal
and prices would be good.
Tho national bean crop will be
about hair or tho usual consumption,
according to Morchead.
ror pcrmnnont possession or tho boy.,
who wns taken from him hero by his
wire nftor a froo-for-all rlsl tight be
tween representatives of tho parent.
MAnY8V!M.B, Sept. 29. Fifty
per cent advanco payment will be
made on tho Northern California
nEltKBt-KY, Sept. 89. The Unl
vcrslty or California football team
defeated tho Olympic Club of Ban
Francisco hero Saturday 21 to 0. The
university scored In each of tho three
University rreshmen defeated the
university high school team or Oak
land 42 to 6.
STOCKTON", Sept. 29. Two thugs
at 4:30 a. m. today held up and rob
bed Ouy Campbell, cigar dealer, as
ho drovo to his garago at hi home
at 603 Kast Clay Street.
Campbell report they took a dia
mond stud valued at 11. GOO, a dia
mond ring worth r2,500, and $350
AUnURN', Sept. 29. Atter kid
napping his own son, nged rive, who
ror several months had been In pos
session ot hi wlto at Reno, Austin
T. Sackctt, wealthy New qtk busi
ness man, Saturday lost out on the
hearing or a writ or habeas corpus
OIIA83 VAl.I.EY, Sept. 29.-rJohn
V. Hall, a local mine workor, was-ar-tested
lato Friday on a warrant Rent
from Mendocino County, charging
htm with killing a Coo there.
Ho entered a plea or guilty and
paid a rino ot $100.
Tho arrest waa mado by (lamo
Warden O'Connor. '
OnOVIUI.K. Sept. 29. An order
summoning jtho grand Jury to a ses
sion here' noxt Wednesday for the
purposo of Investigating alleged dis
crepancies In tho conduct ot the of
flco or County Auditor A. II. l-oeey
reported by tho county book expert,
Frank 1. Tuhey, was Issued by Su
perior Judgo II. I), flrcgory. Tho call
was Issued following a conference
botween Judge Gregory and District
Attorney J. It. Robinson. Sheriff
John It. Webber last night wns nuked
by tho district attorney to locato
l.ocey, who has been absent trom his
of flco since September 14th.
Crook country Inst week. Tho nulmnl
measured 11 feet 2 Inches trom tip
to tip and weighed 338 pounds. Ho
was so old his teeth woro worn down
almost to tho gums, but this did not
prevont his doing n lot or dnmnge, ns
ho killed 13 or Miranda's sheep In
THOSE WHO DINE
once always come again,
especially when they de
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SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29. ON
rcr by a second member or the Tesm
and Auto Truck Association to r&
veal tho workings of the "Inner
ring." (ogother with tho surrender
to tho pollco ot rivo Indicted men,
wcro tho developments In the Inves
tigation by tho grand jury Into tho
activities of tho association.
After they had arranged for their
release on bonds of $1,000 each, tho
five contractor surrendered to the
police. They were taken to the city
prison where they wcro booked and
SACRAMENTO, Sept. 29. Frcn
lied buying and shipping ot wine
grape In response to the demand
from the east ror grape ror the mak
ing 'clliitup, Juice and wine, caused
the nlguAir?ea and large shipments
ot unsalablo product which are
causing great losses to those who
this year engaged In tho business ot
buying, shipping and handling these
grapes. This Is the report of R. I..
Nougaret, In charge ot the viticulture
service ot the state department of
agrlculturo, following an Investiga
tion Into the deplorable condition.
8ACRAMENTO. Sept. 29. Objec
tion to the oath of allegiance requir
ed ot all teachers In the public schools
of California promises to bar another
woman applicant from securing the
coveted certificate. Only a couple or
week ago a French woman seeking
credential avowed she would not
rorsake allegiance to the land of her
birth, and now a Scotch woman want
the oath revised to suit her personal
SACRAMENTO, Sept. 29. The
long (landing controversy between
tho Hotel Maid's Union and local ho
tel men broke Into flamo Saturday
when pickets woro plnced beforo tho
Raleigh hotol, a small lodging houso
at 310 H K street, owned by A. S,
Tho action taken by tho mnlds
grew out or tho proprietor's refusal
to sign an agreement recognising tho
union nnd to pay a scale of IIS week
ly to tho girls employed. Taking nd
vnntngo ot the fact that the propri
etor would havo no opportunity to
soek nn Injunction from tho court be
fore Monday, plckotlng wns started
BACRAMKNTO, Sept. 29. The
county treasurer wns enriched Jf.00
Saturday In Jtl'tleo of tho Peace
Frnnk J. O'llrlcn's court, when tho
four defendants ln tho l.ockport
gambling ca.io pled guilty and were
(Incd f ISO each.
SACRAMENTO. Sept. 29 Tho cam
paign In Northern California. to raise
a hair million dollars to relievo the
condition or tho millions ot starving
Jews or eastern nnd central Europe
has received tho official endorsement
or Oovcrnor William D. Stephens,
who Issued a proclamation designat
ing tho date or September 27 to 30
Inclusive a official Jewish Relief
Days, and catling on tho people of
Northern California to contribute
liberally to relief funds.
SAN FRANCISCO; Sopt. 29. Mrs.
Annie E. Jones, 39, of San Jose, was
klllod In a fall f-om tho eleventh
floor Into a light well of the Flood
building here last week. Witnesses
aid she Jumped to her death, ac
cording to morgue authorities. She
had been treated by a doctor in the
building for a nervous disorder a tow
MARYSVILLB. Sept. 29. Life In
surance was purchased by tno re
spective companies on tho llfo or ev
ery person In tho employ or tho Yuba
Manufacturing company, Yuba Pro
duct company, and Yuba Consoli
dated gold fields, on September 1C,
1920. The smallest amount of Insur
ance on any llfo Is $1000, ranging up
to $1500, dependent on term of ser
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725 Main St, Klamath Falls, Oregon
YltCICA. Sept. 23. One ot the big
gest and oldest mountain Hon ever
killed In the central part or the itnto
waa shot by L. J. Miranda or the Elk
Early Anglo-Saions had a regular
trado with the continent In Irish
Tho sulphur bottom whale or the
Pacific, often 100 feet long. Is the
largest of alt mammals and probably
the largest of all that ever lived.
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The Metropolitan Garage
OFFERS THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONAL
PRICES ON TIRES, WAR TAX INCLUDED
MICHELIN FABRIC List Price Sale Price
30x3 Clincher $19.29 $17.05
30x3 Clincher $23.82 $21.05
32x3 Straight side $28.60 $25.30
31x4 . Clincher $33.38 $29.50
32x4 Straight side .-....$38.38 $33.95
32x31 Straight side $45.76 $40.48
32x4 Straight side $57.72 $51.05
33x4 Straight side $59.28 $52.44
30x3 '.Clincher $29.28 $21.90
32x3i Straight side $36.28 $25.75
34x4 "Straight side $47.57 $35.28
32x3 ".Straight side $50.23 $39.70
33x4 Straight side $66.00 $49.85
Prices effective from uTis date until October 1, 1920
Lee & Williams. Prop.
CORNER 11TH AND KLAMATH
"In Every Respect19
ays the Good Judgo
You get more genuine chow
ing satisfaction from tho Real
Tobacco Chew than you ever
got from tho ordinary kind.
The good tobacco tasto
lasts so long a small chew
of this class of tobacco lasts
much longer than a big chew
of the old kind. That's why
it costs less to use.
Any man who has used both
kinds will tell you that.
ha 00hthf0 tlylm
W-$ CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco