The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, July 18, 1921, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    MONDAY, J VIA' IN, 1011
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I'AOH TWO
The Evening Herald
J. MU1UIAY.
FRED HOVhK -
KdJtor
-.City KdJtor
Published ally except Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 118 Eighth Strcot.
ntored at tho postofflco at Kla
toath Falls, Ore., for transmission
through the mails aa second-class
attar.
MKMIlKlt OK TIIR ASSOCIATED
I'HI283.
Tho Associated Pro -a ts excluslToly
ntltlcd to tho uso for republication
of all news dispatches crodltcd to It,
r not othorwlso credltod In this
paper, and also tho local nows pub
lisher herein.
MOMIAV, JUIiY 18, 1021
vai.vi: OK CI.KAX IIOXIXQ
OYom Sacramento Union)
This agitation against boxing by
the International' Reform Bureau,
personified more or less by Or.
Wilbur K, Crafts, docs not appear
exactly logical.
I Crafts affirms that boxing Is de
bauching and demoralizing, that
It consists of an assault by ono per
son on another and thus Is unlaw
ful. Strange it Is that during tho war
famous pugilists and "well-known
amateurs appeared throughout tho
United States on behalf of tho Y.
M. C. A., tho Red Cross and tho
Salvation Army. Due to tho efforts
of these boxers large sums vraro
raised for the soldiers. In addjtlon
tho services of other famous pugil
ists were retained to teach tho army
boys tho rudiments of boxing.
The moral status of a sport does
not change over night and furth
ermore boxing Is an oxerclso tend
ing to develop tho most desirable
qualities In a youth. Ability to
take a stinging right handcr on
tho Jaw and still smile; will pow
er to contlnuo a fight when tho
birdies are beginning to chirp or
generosity toward a defoated op
ponent, are qualities which nro in
valuablo In over)- activity of ljfo
and form tho basis of a truo chiv
alry. That thero aro plug-uglies, rut
flans and various disreputables con
nected with the boxing gamo Is ad
mitted. Theso gentry must bo dis
carded. '
However, the presenco of such
Individuals no moro constitutes an
argument for tho abolishment ot
boxing than tho mombershlD ot An
ftccaslonalunJcaJrn'bio la, tho court-
House, for Instance, Juitlfles con
demnation of tho cntiro personnel.
Good, clean bot'iu Is .1 heulth
and character asset ot tho first degree.
Stockings
(SnaaH BBBBBBBBBBassaaw
Mushing bclso Is the very newest
effect in silk hosiery. No wondor
the stockings blush, you say, tho
way they aro exposed to the public
srase. llut be that aa It may the
very latest thing Is beige with tho
faint blush which gives the stocking,
when In, action, tho effect of flesh.
Every woman knows that she can
not bo well dressed unless her ffJt
are properly shod and stockinged.
Tho black satin sandal pumps and
thin black silk hoso in tho picture
aro always good form, for afternoon
and avtiUoc wear.
I WEATHER RECORD I
3 0
Hereafter The Herald, will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
ures and proclpltatlon record as tak
en by tho U. S. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication will cover the
day previous to tho paper's Issue, up
to 5 o'clock ot tno uay.
Max
July 1 73
July 2 .. 67
July 3 79
July A S5
July 5 85
July 6 90
July .... 7 91
July 8 90
July 9 SS
July 1CL .......... S6
July 11
July 12
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July is
July 17 .
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Pro-clpltatloo
NEW TODAY
v
Kodak finishing Is our business.
Not n side lino. Bllnson Photo shop,
18
7 passenger nuto leaving for Port
land nt 7:30 a. m. Tuesday morning.
Can hnmllo 0 passengers D. 11.
Mansflold, Hotol Arcade. 18
LOST Herald carrlor collection
book for Klamath Ave. Routo.
Pleaso return to this oftlco as It In n
groat loss to tho carrlor. 18-30
Trucking 'nnd ntorngo. Central
Transfer & Storage Co. 155V. 15-31
FOR RBNT 3 room houso partly
furnished, screened porchos. ISO
per month Mrs. Nuto Ottorboln, 901
9th A Lincoln. 18-10
WANTKD
TOUNQ WOMEN
FOR'
TELEPHONE OPERATORS
NO EXPBRIKNCB
REQUIRED
SAIAHY PAID WHILE
LEARNING
APPLY
CHIEF OPERATOR
THE PACIFIC TEI.EPHONH
AND TELEGRAPH CO.
16-18
FOR RENT Furnished two room
npartment. 527 Klamath Aro.
Phono 461. 18
FOR RENT Nicely furnished npart
ment, ono block from Main, $30
per month. 522 Klamath nvc. 18
Trucking and storngo. Control
Transfer & Storago Co. 155W. 15-31
Will tho two young men who call
ed upon tho operator nt tho Star
Theatro about March 5, 1921. to
learn oloctrlclty, kindly address Roy
Q. Tatch, Klamath Falls. 18-20
Trucking and storage. Central
Transfor & Storago Co. 155W. 15-31
RANCH AND STOCK FOR SALE
1675 head of sheep and lambs, 20
head of cattlo, C horses. Stock run In
4 fenced pastures, plnro furnishes
feed all year around with room for
moro stock. Running water In houso,
600 bearing fruit tree. largo Irrlga
tlon plant, and farm machinery, hay
on hand nnd growing crop. Prlco
125.000.00 with torms. M. F. Cop
pock, 18 miles south of Mnlln, Ore
18,22,25,29,1.5.,
In Ye Olde Home Towne
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llllW WANTKD
, School District No. 1, will re
cnlvn smiled bids up to Mondny, July
20th, from contractors for tho ores
ton -of nn addition to (ho Mill
Hclmol mid mi addition to the
Kulrvlnw School. All bids must ba ac
compaitlcd by t'ltlioru certified chock
for C per cent of amount of bid or u
bidders' bond for 6 por cent amount
ot bid. Address bids to Ida II. Mam
yor, dork, Plans inny bo obtained
from tho dimlgnur, Charles Conolmom.
Ida II. Momynr, Clerk Dlst. No. I
10-36
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TMAS 0CFFr3OH JACKSON, WHOOAVC UP MlS
P05MICW A3 HORTTR AT TC CL'MTfVU. MOTKU
TO JOM A MIMSTNCU TROOPC SOMB TIMU AGa
RETURNCD HOMH TDCAV
wmsSi
. NOTICE OK I'lNAI. SiriTMCMHNT
Notlca Is hereby given that she
tindurslitned udmlnlslrator, with Ike
will annexud, of tho ostnto nt (loorge
Engwlcht, iluroasod, lian filed In Ike
County Court nt the statu of Orogoa,
for Klamath County tho final ac
count of his administration ot said
estate, and said Court ban fixed Aug
ust 1st. 19X1 at 3 o'clock p, in. as
tho time and tlm Court room of thk
Court ns tho pliiro for tho hoarlng
ot tho said final account nnd for
tho Kotlliimeut ot said estate.
Dated: Juno 25, 1021,
R, C. Oroesbeck, administrator,
with the will annoxod of tho
ostato ot (loorgo Engwlcht. de
ceased. 27-4-11-18-aS
FOR BALK flood shack, 10 x 12,
with store, springs, mattress, ull
In tlno condition for f 50.00 cash. Ap
ply at Lakosldo Lbr. Co. W. A. Skol
ton. 18-19
MAHOMO MKKTINd
Stated communications ot Klamath
Lodge. No. 77 A. F. &. A. M. Mon
day (tonight) evening. Thero will bo
Important business to attend to, also
work In tho M, M. degree). Como and
bo thero promptly nt 7:00 In Masonic
Hall. 409 Main street.
18 LEM L. OAOHAdEN, Secy.
in
F
SALLANT FIGHT
IlVrnM Wellington Iltirrjtu
WA8HINC.TO.SV July 18. A flat
tered brats- speaking trumpet tak
en from tho hand ot Captain J,
Mayhew Walnwrlght as bo lay dead
on tho dock ot his ship, tho U. S.
gunboat "Harriett Luno" in Calves
ton harbor Jan. 1, 1862, has Just
been presented to Assistant Secre
tary Walnwrlght of tho war depart
ment, descendant and namesake ot
the gallant officer, by R. O. Duft ot
Houston, Tex., In whoso family It
has been presorved as a war relic
for half a century. The trumpet
was given to Duff's father by O. F.
Itaddatz, In lattor years connected
with the Daltlmoro city collogo,
but who as a member of tho confed
erate forpo which boarded the
"Lane" after tho ship was shot to
pieces In tho fight, took It from the
hand ot tho Lane's commander,
dead at his post.
In recalling to Secretary Waln
wrlght tho talo of tho old battle,
when tho Lane, shot pounded by
two confodornto vessels ut short
range, surrondorcd. Mr. Duff told
also of another tragic incident on
tho deck of tho batored craft. Cap
tain Walnwright's cxocutlvo offlcor,
ho said ,wns Lieutenant Lea, whose
father, Major A. M. Lea, command
ed the confodorato forco "which re
took Oalvcston In tho counter at
tack. Major Lea was first to stop
iiboard tho Lane, ho said, adding:
"It fs said that one ot thc first
objects that met his sight wai tho
body ot his son, lying on tho decl:
of the Lane mortally wounded 11;o
lieutenant died In tho arms of his
father a fow moments lator and tho
mat day be and Cap tali Waln
wrlght wero burled In tho samo
grave, Major Lea conducing tho fun
eral service." '
NEEDED HELP
TD
N I
E
PORTION!) WOMAN W,V DOWN
IN 11KD WITH RHEUMATISM
LS NOW IN PERFECT
IIKAITII.
"I am now going on sixty-six
years of ago and for a long timo
J I was hardly ablo to walk; but by
the time I finished my second hot
'tie of Tanlac I was out In my gar
den hoeing," said Mrs. Jennlo Root,
1409 Powers St. Portland, Oregon
"For years I sutferod torrlbly
with rheumatism and would often
bo down In bed for days at a
tlmo. In tho last five years thoro
was nevor a time that I didn't
feel those rhoumatlc pains all
through my body. About two
months ago, however, I got very
much worse, and my arms and
logs wero so bad I was almost help
less and couldn't ovon hold a pen
to sign my uamo. I bad no appe
tite at all, was so weak I couldn't
do any housework, and oven to
walk a fow steps would tiro mo
out completely. I couldnt oven
sleep, and for a week boforo I got
Tanlac I was so bad off I couldn't
move at ull without hoi p.
"My son got mo' to try Tanlac
and beforo I had taken one bpt
tlo I hardly folt llko tho samo por
son and now I feel Just fine. Why,
I even walked up four flights o!
stairs In an offlco building wbcro
tho olovator was out ot order not
long ago and stood It fine. Tho
fact is what Tanlac has dono for
mo scorns almost a miracle. X bar
gained fourteen pounds in weight
nnd all my strength has come back
to mo nnd thoso aches and pains
havo disappeared. I will pralso
Tanlac as long as I llvo." Adr.
WANTED TO RENT Furnished
house, reasonable rates. Should
llko possession by last ot Aug. Ad
dress M. H. Mtchaclson, Hlldcbrnnd,
Oregon. 18?
Can Count Only
One Bank Failure
SALEM, Or., July 18 Although
Oregon has had three banks closo In
recent months, tho stato really be
longs In tho samo class with nix other
states that havo had but ono bank
falluro each nlnco November 22,
1920, according to a report received
by Fr.ink C. Ilramwoll, state superin
tendent ot banks, from the federal
resorvo bank nt San Francisco.
Mr. Ilramwoll explains Hint the
closing ot tho Crook county bank at
Prlnovlllo was a real falluro. Tho
closing ot tho Hank of Jacksonville
Armistice Car Goes to Museum
SsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBv '.rV J, 11, pim.in.) ' '.Sfl
fKMnfessEJsBm'V IHMSHsaXlEsViHktoF 'Jtjb"
Is attributed to mismanagement and
tho First Stnto A Havings hank ot
Klamath Falls was reopened March
14 last.
NATIONAL C. OK .'. FOIlKrVr
HOARD TO MKKT, WEED.
WEED, Cat., July 18. A meeting
of the United States chamber of com
merce committee on national forest
policy will bo held hero on August
2nd. This was docldcd on at a moot
ing ot tho body In Now York City on
Juno 27th. The meeting will bo for
tho purposo of Investigating forest
conditions In this vicinity. Other
points on tho Coast nt which meet
ings will ho held nro Spokane, Seat
tle, Portland and San Francisco,
Fiction Is fnlsohnnd dono In colors.
NOTICE FOR l'UIII.ICATION
(Publisher)
Dcpnrtmotit of the) Interior
U, S. Irfiml Office at Itkevlew, Ore.
Not Cnl l-ind. Juno 17, IWII
NOTICE Is hrroby given that
!.esllo L, Maxwell, ot llonansn, Ore
gon, who, nn July 26, 1916, made
Homestead Entry Number 09183,
for NU SKU SV4 NHU NsHt
MJVi. Soc. It SEU HM14
WUSEU, Soc. 2, Township 38(1,
Range HE, Willamette Moredlaa,
has filed notlro ot Intention to make
final threo year proof, to establish
claim to tho land abovu deserlbed,
boforo J. O. Hamaknr. P H Com
mlsslonnr, nt Ilonantn. Oregon 011 tho
30th day of July 1921.
Clnlmant names as witnesses:
K. I. Hold, Thoi llreshears, (J. W.
Elliott, Richard Dixon, nil of Honan
ia, Oregon.
JAH, F lltJItllKHH,
21 28 6 12 19 Register.
Mnkn Hint Idle dollar "rk!
It In Im Imiik.
Pal
It's Jurt an ordinary French dining car, but It juu becomo famou.
enough to bo placed In the Invalid.. mumm at JartiT ItwTSeJo that
tho allies nnd Germans signed the annlstleo. l
The Kind of Gingerbread
that makes you want more!
Half tho people In tho world are
unhappy because they can't afford
tho things that make tho other half
miserable.
Made with Carnation Milk and
topped with whipped Carnation
2 cups flour, Yi tcaspoonful soda,
1 tcaspoonful ginger, Yi tea
spoonful cinnamon, pinch of salt,
I tabiespoonfui lard, z cup sug
ar, 1 egg, 2 tablespoonfuls Carna
tion Milk, 6 tablespoonfuls water,
Yl cup molasses. First. oift flour,
nnd then measure two cups. Add
soda, ginger, cinnnmon and salt to
flour, and sift twice. Cream tho lard
end sugar, and odd the well beaten
egg. Beat this mixture thoroughly.
Mix tho molasses with tho diluted Car
nation Milk, and add alternately with
the flour, a little at a time. Daks in
one layer. Serfs with whipped Carna
tion. (For whipping recipe see Carna
tion Cook Book.)
Send for Carnation Cook Book containing
100 practical testad recipe. Carnation Milk
ProducU Co., 622 Railway Exchange Bldg.,
Portland.
Ohl-fathioned
foodt such at
g!ngerbretul and
tornbreml are bet
ter mcule thentvtf
fathioned xcay
with Carnation
Mill;. The added
richness of this
pure cones' milk
brings the invit'
ing brown to
cah es, cookies and
all baited foods.
Use it in any
recipe calling for,
milk.
All Qrocirt Htll Carnation Mttb
"from ConttnttU Cows"
Are You Prepared?
FLY-TIME IS HERE
We have a large stock of SCREEN
DOORS in three designs, to fit all
regular door openings.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with hardwood wedge dow
els a patented process -7- which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST"
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO,
"Everything to Build With"
Phone 107 Main & Spring Sts
"LET GEORGE DO IT I" ,
"WATCH HOSPITAL"
GEO. METZ, Jeweler
622 Main St. Phone 72
ttTHtTtHHttt'H't'ttrtW'
ALTURAS-SUSANVILLE
STAGES
Leave Union Taxi office 8 o'clock
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 'Mornings X
Phone 424-J for reservations Large
cars
:;
O. K. TRANSFER CO.
If It's Loose
We Will Move It
124 S. Sixth St.
Phone 87
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