The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 13, 1921, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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SALKM, Oro., Sept., 13 As far as
tbo state engineering department It
I a formed, thcro Is no Immediate'
prospects of a Halo of bonds, otod
)ar ko by tbo Buttjes Lake Irri
gation district In Jefferson county,
and a development of tho project by
Irritation.
Tho project Is one of sovoral In tho
Into roily to developa whenever
money ran bn procured, At present
tbo Bottlers on tbo project nro raisins
whoat, ryo, oats, corn and tho jar
den products by dry farming.
Organized In 1014.
The Buttles Lake project was or
tanlrcd. In 19H, and 37,000 acros,
of which is, 000 are Irrigable, art
ombraced in tbotdlstrlct, It la pro
posed to construct a reservoir at'But
tl'oa Lnkee, aufflciont to s'toro 1700
acres foot, and carry his -water and
tbo flow of Lake crook and First
crook though, a twonty-tnllo canal
to tho lands, v
'Bonds In the amount of $750,000
havebecrn'jptod, butbavo" nqt yet
boon sold. About two years ago n
aale of'tho bonaVwas almost negotia
ted with tho Wnrron Construction
cprapany, but tho deal foil through.
Topography nm! tho length of tho
proposed canal apparently do not ap
peat to bond buyora. ,Tho -prospect
Is not far from Sisters.
, ItlffliU Talced Over.
Although the project was not 'or
ganized until 1914, thoro,waa a filing
of wator rights In 1011 by Robert
B.j Jordan, Tboso fights wore takon
ovor by tho dlotrlct whon If was or
gtaiilzod throo yours lator, About
1100 foot of canal and sorao other
pjrpllmlnary construction work was
dono In 101C. ,
jTho efficers: of ,thodJstrJctvaroi
President,' Henry 0. Topping; seefo
tary,' Horry J. Chenoweth; treasurer,
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D. W. Harnett; "directors, Harry J.
Chenoweth, Jleny C. Topping and Al
ber Webber.'
Permhrion for
Boxing Bout Given
The boxing commission met last
night to consider the application
for a permit tiled by Hanlon
I Crump to conduct a boxing contest
on September 19 In tho Scandina
vian hall .
Mr., Crump stated to tbo com
mission Just what his plans wero
and asked permission to hold tho
ovents, two semi finals and' ono
main event, the latter to consist
of ono ton round bout. The boxers
who Crump has been considering
for this event were discussed and
tholr records Invostlgotod,
At tbo conclusion of tho meeting,
tho commission grantad tbo permit
to Crump after bolng satlshod by
assurances ,from the promoter that
he would conduct a clean boxing
program. '
TH KHTItA.n TONIGHT.
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BAN FRANCISCO Miss Mario
Curtis twain the Qoldon Gate as
a representative ot tho Los Angq
los Athlotlo club. Ilor tlmo was
27 'minutes, 14 seconds, breaking
the' record 'of 29 minutes, 30 sec
onds mado In 1917 by Kathorlno
Flaherty. "Miss Curtis swam from
Fort Polntt on tho Ban Francisco
sido, to Lime Point, on tho Marin
county- side. ' 1
SACRAMENTO Tho Napa atato
hospital for tho tnsano won the
championship for a' carload ot fat
hogs at tho 'state fair on one of
tho best lpta( ot . Berkshlros over
grown In America. Owon Duffy,
manager of tho farming operations
al tho 'Institution, bollevos thai tho
best stock Is tho most prontablo
io feod "with tho products ot tbo
farm and ha-has domonstratod that
by winning championships at' Iho
stato fair two years In succession.
Doposlts In Fronch' savings banks
At the end ot last year amounted to
1800,000,000.
Tonight when jamca- A. Oalvln
opens bis World ot Follies company
at tbo Strand theatro, Klamath Falls
thoatregoers lll have tbo pleasure
of enjoying tbo performances ot tbo
largest theatrical family on the stago
today, In tho world. Tboro aro
twelve members of this Thosplan
family, Including three generations,
each and every ono taklng active
part In ovory performance, and tbo
perfoct harmony that reigns supromo
la tho secret of their succcas.
Jamoa A. Oalvln, ploncor showman
ot tho nilddlo west has had his own
show on tho road for tho past thirty
roars and of lato, has nlwas bad
bis family with him. This season, ho
Is carrying besldoa his Immedlato
family, a company numbering Just
33 poople, each and ovory ono an
artist In his or hor own particular
line. A repertolro ot tbo latest Now
York successes will bo prosontod,
with an ontlro chango ot program
ovory night. Tho rcportolro In
cludes "Lllo Miss Fix It," "Tho noil
Boy." "Tho Throo Twine." "A Bach-
clor'a Romance," "Forty Five Minutes
From Broadway," "8o Long Lotty,"
"Baby Mlno," and "ThoMasquerad
ors.'J No pains or exponeo Iibb been
Tho musical comedy tonight Is
"Tbo Bell Boy," a hilarious cocktail
In ono long act. Tboro aro 19 novel
Olrl For Each Month 'In tho Yoar,"
"A Cuto Little Way of My Own,"
"Take Mo Back To Sunny Italy,"
"I Could Loam To Lovo(a Soldier"
and tho hair raising patriotic flnalo
"Jean of Arc," Introducing tho Na
tlonal dancos or tho Allies, closing
with a spoctacular plcturo of "The
Statuo ot Liberty." -,
This show Is given with a monoy
back guarantoo. Two shows nightly
will bo tho policy, at 7 and 9 p. m.
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If a houso door, after bolng opened
In tho morning, bangs botoro it Is
closod naturally, 111 luck will follow.
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Eight School) Smaty OepsrtiMatt
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 19, 1931
Foi InloimnUm writ la Ibi Kitluur
Oregon Agricultural College
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