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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ritinAv, awiuht! so, imi
Metropolitan Mourns Caruso
OF WIFE'S CASE
TIIINKH IT ONLY A HIIOIIT TJMK
IIWOItK MltH. HYKKH Wll.fi IIH
t t s
BULK BIG IN
fMr .isiiBibIw sHIIIIIIIIIIh
Tim city longim tuniinguiiimit
IIiIh afternoon Inforinoil Tho
llnrnld (lint owIiik (o it iiuin-
lior f pluyurn In tho Jowol nnd
nnil o(ici toitmii plniinlnic on
lining nhnnnt from tlio city
flumlity, only nno guino will bn
r-lityud Bunilny, tlioi I'liimb'ob-
Kwuiiim contest, On'o full nlno
limine itmnn, MnrlltiK nt 2:30
u'rlork will lm Hinged. Tlio fniw
urn linked to mnkii nolo of lliln '
fact dospltu tlin notlrmi given
onrllor In tho week for two
TO THROW FOR
"Your gung hasn't Riit rliiinco -quit
your kidding - Unit bunch of
poor 'f lull nw, hook til with n Hvo
outfit nn.l bo on tlio "-winning slrto
Diirc" Huch urn tho expressions
whlrh urn iibuiI nroiiml sporting
lii'iiilitunrtorn thin woolc when dis
cussing thn coiiiIiik game at Mo.
lion pnrk Humlny. Keen rivalry bus
MprnnK up no intich ho when tho
harbors nro shaving customers
they will pauso In their work to
nricun with n piitron uliout tho rol
ntlvo merits of tho tentim. Kvon
tho wuller aro dnvoloulng thu hub
It, It In mi hi, of pouring soup down
piitrom nock nccldcntly, whenssouia
oho ntntPri tho Jewel loam In hi'udnd
for tho cnllnr.
Tim mill ini'ii, "who represent the
Kuim toum suy Hint "money
lulkii" nnd that li tho way they dnal
with tho subject They scorn con
fident of no mo iinUNiint nrraugo-j
mrnin nnu nnvo tnni air, wnen
talking nhout tho city ponnatit, that
tho rag wilt eomo to thorn anyway.
Ttn t'opco hunch hnvo been so
overwhelmed with nliamo since
their detent Sunday that sllonco
iiluiit moan that thoy plnn n Water
loo an u moan of redeeming them
vi'lvi'i ngalnst tho Jouols.
So gossip goes In tho place
wIhtii sport convocation nro hold.
It In mid that It nil tho "big talk"
rouM lm really put Into action In
tho baseball gnme thn city leu K no
would outrival thn National, Aiuurl
(an, mid (Jons Hay league for won
Tlio fiuiH are wondering what Is, both
In alnrn for thorn Humlny ami my Ilolihltt won n national lournn
the city liaKUo maiioKoni should I moiit held nt St. Petersburg, Kin.
li'JI what kind or k"ipm will bo I Inst February umlor auspice or tho
Jihiyrdsliigfrsl, close score. nonntloniil longuo of horiethoo pitch-
hit games, or pitchers' battlei'r, thu oldest horicNhoo pltchliiK
ahead Thn city iniiniienr oro, organization In tho United States.
Tlis Mrltopoillnn Opera lloitie. New Yofk wlwre (. cHvn olc
f,f Curuso was heard o utltii u li-avllj draped in mourning for tt, lal
COI.UMIIUS, O., AUB. 28. EN
fnrtM nru noon to ho mndo to tiring
tiiRethor thu threo moiit ox pert
homoHhoo pltchorn In thn United
HtnteN In n tournnmont hero to do
rldo tho cliamplonnhlp of tho Unit'
Tlio worlds' championship Is now
claimed hy two men, Frank Jack
son or Kollorton, Iowa, and Charles
llohblll of Lancaster, Ohio. C. C,
Davis ilf- Columbus, said by many
sport writers vho have seen him
In uctlnn to bo thu equal of elthor
Jncksoir or Ilolihltt, wishes to meet
"pMMslnir tho buck."
At thn Hlrnnd tonight Mao Mur
ray's flmt appwiranro In n I'utho
feature nctirs under thn hnppv atis
plicB or n Leonco Porrvt prodtirtloti.
This wlnsoiuii and nttractlvo jeuni:
rur has boon aptly dcvrrlbed as tho
"Maid of Many Moods.' In "The
Twin Pawns' slio has every oppoi Ut
ility to display thewi many moods,
playing twin sinters whosu respective
oiivlronments nro totnlly dlcrslfed,
nnd throuRhnut thn action of tho
drnmn her dual roles call for chur.ie
torUatlons which run almost tho en
tire gamut of tho human emotions
To borrow ah expression from our
slstor craft, tho speaking stngo, Miss
Murray elves an excellent "reading"
of theso two parts and studiously re
frains from ovoractlng roles which
might easily hnvo been torn to tut
torn Jiy a lesa experienced nrtlto.
SAGE TEA KEEPS
When Mixed Willi Mulphur
Urlng lbick llts llcnutlful
Iiustre At Onco
Oray hair, howovor handaomo, do
notos ndvnnelng ago. We all know
tho advantages ot a youthful appear
ance. Your hnlr li your charm. It
makes or mars the faco. When It
fades, turns gray, and looks streak
ed, Just a row applications ot Sago
Tea and 8ulphur enhances Its ap
poarnncu a hundredfold.
Don't stay grayl Iook youngl
Klthor prepare tho roclpo at homo
or get from any drug storo a bottlo
of "Wyeth's Bngo nnd Bulphur Com
pound," which Is moroly tho old
tlmo roclpo lmpro od by tho addi
tion of othor Ingredients. Thou
sands ot folks focommond this ready-to-uso
preparation, bocauso It dark
en tho hair boautlfully; besides, no
one can possibly toll, as It darkons
ao naturally and evonly. You moisten
a sponge or soft brush with It, draw
ing this through tho hair, taking one
Jarkson also won a national tour
iiament hold nt Akron, Ohio,. Inst
August under tho auspices nt this
league, but failed to participate In
tho later tournament In Klorldn.
riobbllt, thorcforo, claims Jnckson
revolted tho title.
Jnckson has since nfflllntod with
tho national assoclntlon ot horse
shoo pitchers, which wns formed
Inst May at Akron. It will hold Its
first annual tournament nt Minne
apolis, Sept. 7 to 9.
Tho national lenguo claims tho
national association Is an outlaw
organization, nnd tho national as
sociation Is said to mako similar
claims concerning tho national
Davis, tho third ot tho trio, al
though affiliated with the nation
al league, plans to enter tho Min
neapolis tournament next month.
At tho Akron tournament a year
ago, llohblt defeated Jackson In a
single game, but Jnckson won out
on points, '
small strand at a time. Hy morning
tho gray hair disappears: after an
other application or two Its natural
color Is restored, and It becomes
thick, glossy and lustrous, and you
appear year younger. Adv.
Mrs, Alfred Methane, a momhor of
tho party formed last week by Mrs.
A A, Souln, wlfo or Dr. A. A. Soulo
or this rlty, to seek, Inickloborrles
on tho backbone or tho Mt. Pitt reg
ion near l.ako o' ttio Woods, hod
qultn n thrilling experloncn with .
nntlvo black benr on Tuesday Aug
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Melhaso, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Uus Melhaso, Mrs. A. A.
Roulo nnd l, C. Knrhnrt -woro walk
ing up Klsh lako trail with 'their
pall with Mrs. Alfred Melhaso In
thn lend. Hearing a notso In the
I'UM.Y JIKHTOIUIU AFTKK 'IKS
Hov A II. Kykes, lormor pns
tor or tho Wntklns I'ark 1'rtnbytor
Inn church, Nashville, Tonn., Bnys:
"Altor seolng whiit Tnnlac has ac
complished In my wiro's case, I
am convinced Mint It Is n mcdlclno
ol grout power nnd extraordinary
merit. I do not think I hnvo over
Hctn anything to glvo such prompt
results. Mrs, Bykos had been In
dollcato health for ton months, suf
fering from jitomijch trouble nnd
"1 frequently sought medical ad-
vlci but Tanlac Is tho only thing
that gavo hor uny roller. Artor
taking tho mcdlclno only a short
time, alio wns able to sit up nnd
help with tho household duties. I
think It only a short tlmo until
her health will bo fully restored."
Tnnlac in sold hy druggists ev
ai.'VHKIl KN1IS VACATION'
Y BIWiOWS TONK NATIONAL
I'AIIK, Aug., 20 Valontlno geyser
has ended a two year vacation, It
now spouts twlco weekly In the Nor
rls goyser basins nccordlng to N.
I. Skinner, park naturalist, who has
recently complotcd an Investigation
or its activity.
Make Dint Idlo dollar work! Put
It In Iho bank. ,
Toko Bulls to Flush Kidneys
Hack llarU or Uladrfor
ir you must havo your moat every
day, cat It, hut flush your kidneys
with salts occasionally, ifuys a notod
authority who tolls ua that meat
forms uric which nlmost paralyzes
tho kldnors In thlr offnrt In nnnl
underbrush near tho trail, sho In-' It from tho blood. They becorao slug-
estlgated. Tho .noise seemed toiglsh nnd weaken, then you suffer
bo coming from behind a log where' with a dull misery In tho kldnoy
n let or hucklobcrrlcs ero. As she region, sharp pains In tho back or
peered over tho log, a big black ,lc,lt headache, dlrxlness. your stom-
bear stuck hi. raco up rrom Insldoi1' !U "h' ',n.K,Un ,U coa!,od and whon
,. . ... . . , , ,, 'tho weather Is bad you havo rhouma-
tho log wh-.ro ho had been seeking Uc twIngcf Tno ,r,no gctg coudy(
ant eggs from n nest i tui ot sediment, tho channels often
Tho sight of thot tyrty faro with I get sdro nnd IrrlUtcd. obliging you
tho surprised look on It as woll.l to seek relief two or threo times dur
was .too much for Mrs. Mclhoso'Si Ing tho night,
nerves mid sho fled hack to Iho To noutrnllro theso Irritating acids.
.ll I.. I... ...I. . .. wvo V,. .. ..0 IIUIU UUJ ,...,-
..uu,,a B.r.,Vr, w.,..cssrs oi inolmncy fre0. lako n tabictpoonrul In
flight assert. Mrs. Melhaso wns un-"n glass ot water boforo brenkrast ror
nolo to testify -wnoro tho bear went..n row days nnd your kldnoys will
tho rest or tho party left 'tho
trail, beating tho worlds' record ro-i1? "o Kidneys and nusn ort
cont.y set by Paddock, tho great lh, ' .1." .S'SSI
lrlnlty nt onco declnrlng that "thoy
had lost no bears.'
then act tine. This fnrqous salts Is
mndo from tho ncld 'or grapes and
lemon Jnlco, combined with llthla,
and has been usod for generations to
riusb and stimulate sluggish kldnoys,
also to neutralize tho acids In urino.
so It no longer Irritates, thus end
ing bladder wcahnoss.
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot In
II.U.V.ltl) (.'OI.FKIUS TO
DI.HPiaY HKIMj AT FAIlt
OLYMI'IA. Wash.. Aug., 20
Iforscshoo pitchers of Washington re
ceived official rcgnotltlon recently J Juro ond rnakes a dollghtful orrirvos
when B. U French, stato director "teenl "Ih'a-wator drink. Adv.
agriculture announced that u horse1
soon puruing contest should bo a
feature or tho fair ut Yakima, this
There will bo pitching contests fori
young and old, Mr. French mild, nnd
tho winner will bo declared champion
of tho state.
H.,000 PKItNOXS WIIjIj
YOSKMITK, Cal., Aug., 26 Ap
proxltnatcb' clghty-fivo thousand
people will visit the Yosemlte Nation
al Park this year, it present travel
keeps up, It has been estimated. Lust
yer 68,000 entered tho pnrk.
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Itre he is with five of bis children on an.excvniom. .Tk Ug pamw is)
(urnlshcd by three of the riders.
"Square a8 Old Abe"
SPECIAL PRICES FOR
Prime Rib Rolled :..'. 25c
Choice Round Steak 25c
Boneless Pot Roast (Tender) 17
Chuck Pot Roast 15c
Choice Plate Boiling 3 lbs. for 25c
The Finest Veal Obtainable 15c to 30c
Pork (Grain Fed) 25c to 35c
Lamb (Finest Milk Lambs) 15c to 25c
Choice Corned Beef (Boneless) 15c
Pork Sausage (No cereals added) .... 25c
Hamburger (None but fresh) 15c
Fancy Hens 30c
Fancy Fryers 35c
"SIRE WE DELIVER"
Main at Third
Phone 51 1-J
Hot Water Each Morning
Puts Roses in Your Cheeks
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To lock one's best sd4 feet one's best
Is to enjoy an Inside bath tsch morning
to nuin irom me imera me previous
day's waste, sour frmcntatlons and poi
sonous toxins lfor It Is abiorbed Into
the blood. Jutt as coaVwhcn It burns,
kaves behind a certain amount ot in
combustible .material in the form of
atlies, so the food and drink taken each
day lre in the allmtntarr organs a
certain amount of indigestible material,
uhich if not eliminated, form toxins and
lions wtilch are men sucked Into the
intended to suck In only nourishment to
ilood through the very ducts which are
sustain the bodr.
If you want to see the glow of healthy
bloom in your cheeks, to eo your skin
get clearer and clearer, you are told to
drink every morning upon arising, a
glsas of hot water with a teaspoonful
of limestone phosphate In It, which is a
harmless means of washing the waste
material and toxins from tbs stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowels, thus cleans
ing, sweetening and purifying the entire
alimentary tract, before putting more
food into the stomach.
Girls and women with sallow skins,
liver spots, pimples or pallid complex
ion, also those who wake un with a
coated tongue, bad taste, nasty breath,
others who are bothered with headaches.
bilious spells, acid storaseh or conttina
tion should begin this photphated hot
water drlnktng and me anured of vcry
oronounced results In one or two week.
A quarter pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little at the drug store
but Is sufficient to demonstrate that iu
as soap and hot water cleanses, purlflea
an! freshens the skin on the outside,
hot water and limestone pbosnhaU act
on the inside organs. We must always
consider that Internal sanitation la vast
ly more Important than outside cleanli
ness, because the skin cores do not ab
sorb impurities Into the blood, while the
nowei porta ao.
Women who desire to enhance tha
beauty of their complexion should ins
try this for weak aoA notice results.
HERE AT HOME
Klamath falls Citixcos Gladly Testify
and Confidently Itecommeuil
Doaa's Kidney Pill
It Is testimony inre the following
that baa placed "Doaa's Kidney
Pllla" so far above competitor.
When people right here at home
raise their voice In praise there Is no
room left for doubt. Read the pub
lic statement ot a Klamath Falls
J. S. Keller, 718 Jefferson St.,
says: "I am glad to recommend
Doan's Kidney rills for they fixed
me up in good shape when my kid
neys were out of order. I had dull,
nagging backaches and a Boreness
across my Kldnoys. My kidneys
didn't act right so I used Doan's Kid
ney Pills. They soon (topped the
backacho and relieved all sign ot
Price 60c, at all dealer. Don't
simply ask tor a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Keller bad. Foater-Mllbura Co.,
Buffalo, N. T. j
IN EMI SKIN
Costs Little and Overcome Troable
Almost Over Sight
Trouble sometime visit
who Isn't lookiag for it.
Any breaking out ot the skin, area
fiery, Itching eczema, can be qulskly
ovorcomo by applying Mentho-Sul-phur,
declares a noted skin special
ist. Because, ot Its germ destroying
properties, this sulphur preparation
Instantly brings oaso from skin Irri
tation, soothes and heals tho ec
zema right up and leaves the skin
clear and smooth.
It seldom falls to relieve the tor
ment without delap. Sufferer from
kin troable hould obtain a assail
Jar of Mentho-Slphur from any
good druggist and um 1t 'like cold