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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1921)
iMISES TO BE
ews travol fait In tha por(-
work! imperially In tha local
let, at .-evidenced by tlio reply
eh frlendg o( Billy Huff mako to
allegation! of Hob Horn that
I It only a peanut tlghlor, and
ery poor on at that. Tho ro
le originating In tho Hon camp
relayed to Cblloquln -within a
bouri and It aeomod to
ugwen wo nun oacicer In a
rmlnatlon to try out tho bollof
tho noaa backer. A delegation
t down lait night and nought
tha Rota mon and told them
were hero to either "out ud
hut up" and) that a tha local
ihler and other wars soiling
tar clotkM, how about a fow
of tall, had, and overcoat?
o uaiiequm lighters' friend
muck In ovldonco and a noon
It JM aaaotaaed In tho Ross
p that tho "boya worn down to
fait," la group of two or
, the not men cororod tbo
lloqula wager. "Do not think
uie we have, taken all tho or
you tiara put up before u
t thera Isn't mora bare. Com
wkea you cab talk faiter and
mora," w tha way the Row
i closed their remark.
great deal of comment wa
ed by Interested onlooker about
remarka which both the sup-
era of tho two men advanced
ralng tbo 101 claiuo In tbo
era contract. 'Thoee boy will
put up noma mill for If they
not, tha boxing commission can
er their portion of tbo purso
n to aema charitable organlxa
, should tbey feel that there
the ellghteat disposition on
lr part to atall or to uio unfair
Ifanlon Crump, promoter of tha
test, waa preeent and when ask
If tha condition was truo that
case of unfair fighting or stall-
Instead of mixing that tho
htera' and of tha purso would go
charity. If the boilng eommls-
decided tha bout waa not aa It
lould be, Crump replied that the
rtlon waa truo and would be
up ,te, "Tkere were two for
la tkelr contract, one bet-ween
leauelvee agreeing to make 15
uada at o'clock, November II,
ouatlng to I0, and the other
e between, the boilng commission,
boxera and myaelt la which all
derttaad that Mailing or fouling
barred. Both forfelta are going to
enforced .a all understand the
and there u nothing to do
rt live up to the agreement,"
ump told the listener.
The telectlon of a roferon wa
quired about lait night and
rump told tho fana that an old
aar In the boxing game named
I from, Merrill bad been asked
take Ike taak. Deal wrote to
Brump that be woud be here Thurs
day afternoon to meet the boxing
lomralstloa; alto If poaalble to talk
Irllh the boxera a he desired to
all them tkat It waa a caie of box
the aound of tba gong to the
id of their round. Crump stated
lat Deal bad refereed many of
la American Legjon bouta itagod
i Ban Francisco and In Bacramen
, California, tho last event tk
g place last year at tho Legion
tournament In San Francisco.
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER J, iO'iU
one biksr. to B. 1 LnWt
re a u wnit Hoeee.
rear ttaee ke toal
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State M yea
Crock, near hart, are planning to
undertake what It declared to be a
now experiment in the conservation
of water for Irrigation purposes.
The ranchers recently formed an
organisation and laid plans for the
building of an Immense Ice glacier,
which they believe will thaw gradu
ally during, tha hot summer months,
(orming a continuous supply of
wator for irrigation purposes.
According to B. C. Matthows,
secretary of the organisation, tho
plan will be gtvon a thorough test
this winter and next summer. A
canyon ha been selected for tho
slto of the "glacier." Water l to
bo brought through plpea from a
nearby lake and will be sprinkled
over the bed of the canyon from
It is tha ballet of the ranchers
that tba valley will be filled with a
huge mat of Ice by tbo tlmo spring
and tha and of cold weather ar
rives. It It said that the experiment
will not be an expensive one.
Will Attend the
PORTLAND, Nov. 1. Tho 1'aclfle
International Uv Block exposition
program M of great Interest to every
broedors or not. Ovor 3,000 head
of purobred live slock will bo assom
blod In tho groat building, and broed
ors from all ovor tho United Slates
will coma Into competition with oacli
.other In their various classes. The
night horso show will bo ono of the
most brilliant affairs ever hold on
tho Pnclflc Coast, and a multitude
of other foaturcs, m.any of which
will Intorcst ovary man, woman and
child who attends, will Instruct and
amuso tba thousands who attend,
IUIIroad rates havo boon made of a
faro and a halt for tho round trip.
Assuranco has been rocotved that
Kx-dovornor tawdon, who camo so
near to being Hopubllcan candidate
for I'resldont at tho last convention,
and who enjoys a wide reputation
both for his power as a public speak
er and for his uprightness, will bo
present, togother with Governor Ol
cott of Oregon, Coventor Hart of
Washington, nnd possibly Governor
Davis of Idsho, Coventor Btcvons of
California, and sovernl other stato
executives of tho West.
Kx-Oovcrnor Lowdon will make the
only format address given during tho
cntlro period of tho exposition. He
will spoak In tho stadium at 2 o'clock
In tha afternoon on Tuesday, and It
Is expected that his address will bo
of extreme Importance to tho public.
, body, whether tbey are llvo stock d
If you want to sell It, buy It, trade
It, or find It. try a Herald classified
IHdlth Btarllng In "Tho Arizona
Cat Claw," a western tola of thrill
and daring, Is tho main offering at
Tho Strand tonight. It is nnothor
of the feature films booked by tho
Strand recently and for thoso who
like plonty of action It offers a fine
quality of entertainment.
modern homo, 1300 down, balance
llkn ront. Gil Roosevelt. ' 1-4
FOR M5NT Six room modoru housa
219 .fefforson. Furnnco heat. 1.
Anaconda to Law
Abiding No Police
Force Is Needed
ANACONDA, Mont., Nov, 1.
Arrests have become so few In Ana
conda during tho past few months
the 'city council has decided to dis
pense with tho sorvlees of a police
forco. Law and order It now being
proeerved by tho county sheriff and
his doputlos. Should It becomo ne
cessary, the police force will bo
reinstated. Anaconda has a popula
tion of 10,000, and claim to be
one of the largest smelter towns In
Make tbat Idle dollar work I Tat
It In Uie bank.
FOP. .nENT Housekeeping rooms.
Inqulro 1205 Worden Ave. 1-7
FOR SALE Why pay rent! 4 room
WANTED Woman or girl for gen
oral housework In small family1.
Phono 401. 1-2.
FOR RENT Nlco largo bedroom, una
of phono and bath. Reasonable
Phono 229M, 421 Oak. 1-7.
WANTED To Ront a small baby
grand piano to responsible party.
Phono No. 19F6. Call boforo 8:00
or after GsOO. 1
FOR SALE Typewriter desk with
four drawers: oak chlfflonler;
small rockor. 'Inqulro 813 Pine St.
FOR SALE Banllarr couch and
mattress and commode. Ilox 54
Herald office 1
AN AMAZINGLY EASY WAY To re-
duco your weight at tbo Now Hot
Springs Datb House. 1.
A aOOD BF.D And a good bath at
Colonial Rooms, 11th near Main,
and 741 Walnut. Steam heat Is be
ing Installed. 1.
FOR RENT heated rooms, 840 Wnl
nut Avo. Hot and cold wator,
bath, phono. 1-"
MIDDLB.AOED WOMAN Wants light
liousawork or will caro for child
ren for room and board, no pay.
Those In need leave word at Sunset
fields on the Pacific coast bave
been auggosted to the studentt by
tho athlotlo department of the Uni
versity of Idaho. Tho students will
"be asked to ralw $2,000 through
dances, tag days and other activi
ties, while It is expected that the
state of Idaho will provide tho ad
ditional 91,600 required. One ol
the features of tba proposed ath
letic field Is a quarter-mile track
with a 320 yard atralgbtaway.
to Be Held in Cold
BTKVKN8V1LLB, Mont., Nor, 1.
Ranchers at the mouth of Bweeay
IN THK OU.VTV COURT OF THI!
HTATi: OF ORICGON FOR KLA.
Nolle of Guardian! Halo of ReJ
In the matter of the Guardianship of
Ihn Person and Estate of Clifford
B. Dumm, a minor.
Will Prosecute All
BPOKANK, Wash., Nov. ,. The
rst step In a determined offort to
ring hunters and Bpokane farmort
arer aa understanding with re
ird to "No Hunting" signs, -was
iken by Bpokane County Sports
en't association recently when a
resolution waa paaaod, offorlng a ro-
ard of 100 for tbo arrest and
invlctloa of any huntor who
hoots, wounds or kilts farmers'
The sportsmen bollevo that It tho
'armors understand that an organ-
atlon la making an effort to pro-
tact their Interests, it will bo pos
sible to shoot over many aerea
which are now potted. Each mem
bar of tha association haa taken a
pledge not to thoot on land with
out first getting the permission of
NSW ATftXfTIO FIELD
MOSCOW, Idaho, Nov. 1. Plant
far tha development of "what It aald
ItfOUld bt on of M bent fttMatla
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That,
In pursuance of an order of the Coun
ty Court of the County of Klamath,
Blato of Oregon, duly given and made
on the 8th day of October, 1921, In
the above entitled estate, Jessie
Dumm Eldrod, guardian of the per
son and estate ot Clifford 8. Dumm,
n minor, will sell, from and after the
9th day of November, 1921, In the
county of Klamath, Btate of Oregon,
to the highest and bast bidder there
for, and upon tho forms and condi
tions hereinafter mentioned, at pri
vate sale, subject to confirmation by
said county court, tha following des
cribed real property belonging to the
estate of aald minor, to wit:
South half of southeast auarter of
section 18 and northweat quarter of
northeast quarter soctlon 19, all la
township 39 south, range II east of
the Wlllamotto Meridian in Kiamatn
Terms and conditions ot sale: Cash,
In United Btatea gold coin, or, not
less than $300 In cash, tn United
Slates gold coin, nnd the balance In
flvo equal payments on the 1st day
of December of oach year, all defer
red payments to bear Interest at 6
per centum pox annum, payable an
nually, said doferred payments to be
represented by notes of the pnr
chasor, with a mortgago upon tha
property to sccuro the payment
llteroof; abstract and deed at ex
ponto of citato; taxoa for 1921 and
thoreaftor at expenso ot purchaser.
Illds and offers must be In writing,
and may bo left at the office ot Ren
nor. Manning ft aanong, attorneys
for said guardian, or may be deliver
ed to said guardian personally, or
may bo filed with tho clerk ot said
county court, at any time after the
first publication ot this notlco and
before tho making of said sale.
Datod, Octobor 11. 1021.
JESSIE DUMM BLDRED.
Ouardlan of tho Person and Estate of
Clifford 8. Dumm, a Minor.
NOTIOK TO CREDITORS
Notlco Is hereby clvon that the
undersigned on October 29, 1931 by
the County Court ot the Btate of Ore
gon for Klamath County, was duly
appointed administrator of tha ae
tata of Emma R. Orlgsby. deceased.
and all persons having claims against
said estate aro notified to present
tamo to aald administrator; at the
office of hit attorney. R. C. Oroea
beck, Klamath Fallt, Oregon, wlthla
six moths from the;date of this no
tice. Persons knowing ' themselve
indebted to said estate aro requested
to call and make settlement at the
pltco abovo doalgnatod.
Dated: Octobor 31, .1921.
B. S. ORIOSBY, Administrator ot
the estatfl of Emma R. Qrlgsby, da-
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No .other, phonograph even dare the test which
the f New Edison underwont last Friday, before a
large audience at Presbytorlan church.
That fact Is something tor you to think
The test of comparison with living artists
is the only phonograph teat which means any
thing. It Is the only way In which a phono
graph can Irrefutably provo It realism. It Is
the most drastic of all phonograph tests. To
sustain It, requires absolutely perfect realism,
Last Friday, tho Now Edison stood by
Helen Clark's side In the Presbyterian Churoh.
If you were tbore, you heard the living voles
and the RE-CREATED voice brought Into direct
comparison. You know that there was no dif
ference between the two voices.
A similar tost was mado by Joseph Phillips
with RE-CREATIONS of his baritone selections.
Again the same astonishing result there was
no difference betwoen RE-CREATED volco and
Dy this wonderful performance, the Now
Edison has placed Itself apart from oil other
phonograplis and talking machine. It alono has
sustained thl drastic test. It alono has provad
-concretely and conclusively, that It elves you
the living performances ot great artists.
THE NEW EDISON
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
Any Official Laboratory Model you buy In our
torekwlll positively sustain tha test made at
theA Presbyterian church. Wa will give jrou our
guarantee to that oftect.
Come In and hear this instrument in some
further tests ot its realism. Learn that you can
have an Official Laboratory Modol of your
own, on a very small cash outlay. Wo will make
a gentleman's agreoment with any muslo lover.
Klamath Falls Music House
GEO A. WIRT
122 SO. SIXTH ,ST.
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