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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SCHEDULE OF GAMES
FOR PACIFIC COAST
HAN rilANCISCO, Mnrcli 20.
Ton mil of tin) I'nrlflc Connt Il.inrbull
Icn&iio koI nwny April 4 on three
Ciillfornln mul onn (Itnh itlnrminil In
tlin 11)22 rnro for tlio const iltto.
Tlio rmnrilctp lcnmm aclirdnle, nn
lioiinccil nt Iciruo Iirm1iiinrtir lioru
Unlay, shown tho oponliiR dates to lm:
Onklnml nl Sncriunriito; Vernon nt
Salt l.nko; .Seattle nt Snn Krnnclfce:
l'orllnml nt l.os Angeles.
Onklnml nnd Vernon will open at
homo ilnrlnR tlio second week against
B.ni 1'rnnclsco nnil I.0 Angelpi ro
nprftlrcly, Tlio northern clubs, Tort
Inml nnil Seattle, will not nppenr en
their home diamonds until the third
'week, when Vernon conn to Seattle
nnd Oakland to tho Oregon metropol
is. Stockton, California will ncaln seo
tho .Sunday inorrdng home Karnes of
tho fticramrnlo team. Sunday morn
Iiij Raines wfll also ho played at Oak
land between teams appearing nt Ban
Francisco. Twenty special Monda.v
Karnes nro to he ilneil to mnkn up
for breaks In the schcdulo caused hy
Iuiir jumps. t
Holiday games nre scheduled as
Memorial day, May 30. Rait Lake
nt Seattle; San Francisco nt Port
land; Oakland nt Snn Francisco; Ver
non nt I.os Angeles.
Independence ln July 1. -t.os
Angeles nt Seattle; Snn Francisco at i
rortlnnd; Salt Lake nt Oakland; Sac
JOHNNY DUNDEE IS
GIVEN DECISION IN
FIGHT WITH WHITE
NKW VOHK. March 20. Johnny Aly McTOi ,,,,,,,,, wl, ,
Dnudeo of Now York received tho Jt Ki KiulerV company for the past
Judges' decision mer Chnrle Whlto' u,fl, ,.. ,or Ashland this mornliiK
i of Chicago nt the end of their 1R- wluiro ,, ,v, v,, wth ,,! ,inront!,
I fftntnl limit In Mmltann Snnnr.i dnr ..- . . .
- " - j ior iiuoiii two nrpKK,
don Friday night. Miss Nora Itluker returned last
White staggered Dundee with night from Snn Frniiclsrn w hero idin
vicious left hook In tho first round.) has lieen spending Ihn past tNo
The secoml round was ovon. White ' month. She has resumed her portion
lauding several hard rights nnd
rnmento nt Vernon. i
IMoneer Da v. (Salt Lake hollilav) , Mt to face, while Dundee centered
July 24. I'ortland nt Salt Lake.
Labor Day, September 4. Vernon
nt Sacramento; Oakland nt Salt
l.nke; I'ortland nt Snn Francisco;
Scuttle nt I.os Angeles.
Admission Day (California holi
day) September !). Snn Francisco nt
Seattle; lxs Angeles at rortlnnd;
Sacramento nt Oakland; Salt Lake at
Tho schedule for the last week. Oc
tober 10-ir.. will be:
Salt 1-nko nt Seattle; Sacramento
nt Portland. Oakland at San Francis-
co, crnon nt I.os Angeles.
his attack on the body. While
with the Jin
II. DrK-nll Insurance
Is registered nt
seemed to, be tho fresher of tho two the Arcade from Oheyenne, Wyoming
when they went to their corners nt
tho end of the third round.
Dundee landed several hard body
blows In the fourth, whllo counter-
Htidolnh Ko. who resides nt Mai
In ,1s In this city today transacting
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Master nre
Ing with lefts to the fuce. Wliltoj spending n few days here on business
Herald classified nils mean the best
WHKM? EVKIIYUODT GOES-
HOME OF THE HOIIKINSO.V FEATURES
"A Certain Rich Man"
From the Great Story by Wm. Allen White
With an all-star cast, including Robert McKim,
Clair Adams, Carl Gantvoort, Joseph Dowling and
Also, the Reformed Bandit, AL JENNINGS, and
Vaudeville Movies and a Good Comedy
Tomorrow night, Amateur
Kerrigan in "The Best Man."
Night. Also Warren
Admission, 10c and 20c
The Nationally Famous
Guaranteed 100 per cent
Pure Wool Velvet Finish
Blue Serge Suit
TAILORED BY CURLEE CLOTHING CO.
$30 and $35
This is the suit which has created a furore in
the clothing industry.
B121 is pppular throughout the country because
of its inimitable style, quality of serge, charac
ter of tailoring and extremely low price.
6121 is one of the biggest clothes values on the
market. The demand for this serge suit is so
great the manufacturers sell up their entire
capacity each season.
We now have the new models of G121 in the
same reliable quality. Smart styIesforyoung
men and conservative styles for conservative
men. Let us show them to you.
K. Ki K. STORE
stung Dundee with some hard lefts
In tho fifth nnd received several
hard rights to the body In return.
The Chicago boy landed several hard
lcftR In the sixth. Dundee a, the
aggressor thus far, but White was
landing the cleaner blows.
Pnmle: In Unit Way
I White had Dundee In n bad way
for n moment In the seventh, hut ho
came back strong nnd was fighting
hurd at the bell. Tho Chicago lud
had the better of u hard exchange
In the eighth, Dundee missing sev
eral right swings. It was tho best
round so far. Dundee took several
hard lefts to the face and body In
the ninth, and landed a few terrible
right swings In return. Dundee was
doing most of tho leading.
White began t0 step In In tho
tenth and Dundee had difficulty In
keeping away from his loft hooks
and Jabs. Dundee was game, how-'
ever, and frequently countered with
terrific rights to the body. Ho
bounced off the rope and sent sev
eral. turd lefts to Whlle'g face nnd
body 'in the 11th, which was Dun-
dee'e round. Dundee also wait the
aggressor In the 12th round, which
was marked by frequent clinches.
Final Hound Vicious
They began to mix things In tho
1.1th, Whlto using his left to ad
vantage while Dundee kept ham
mering with hi right. Dundee kept
lifter White In the Hth, sending
several right, and left, to tho Chi
cago boy's body. They engaged In
a vicious exebango In tho final
round, with Dundee forcing tho
fighting at the bell.
Dundee forced the fighting from
the start, Whlto being content to
stand back and use his left to ward
off attack. Dundee, though stuns
(-several times by tho Chicago boy's
'left hooks and Jabs, kept coming
In for more. He frequently bounced
off tho ropes and sent rights and
lefta to White', body.
White tfenu llewllilerril
White seemed bewildered by bis
opponent' ring tactics. In tho
eighth Dundee bounced off all four
sdles of the ring, swinging his left to
White's face at each rebound.
I The Cblcagoan landed cleanly
with hli left on numerous occa
sion, but seldom did It appear to
1 stop Dundee',, ruihes.
I Th verdict was popular with the
from their homo In Dorrls. They are
registered at the Arcade.
(leorge M. Strow bridge, who ope
rates n garage In Chllnquln. Is
Klamath Kalis business xlsltor. Ho Is
registered nt the Hall.
I.nte arrivals nt tlin Hall nre- D.
11. Dolen. ICeno; K. T Cooley. J II
Itaruey. V 1. Hubbard, II II. (tug
ler, San Kranclsco, M. I.. Hickman,
und 1.. K Jones, rortlnnd.
Mrs. C K Stono left for rortlnnd
this morning where she will remain
during the grand opera siyson. He.
fore returning to this city she will
visit with an old schoolmate at Sen
Mrs A. J. Powell was n passenger
oh this morning's train for Chlco
wheiy sho will be tho guest of her
sister for about two weeks,
B. It. Heams. formerly a resident
here nnd well known In this rliy, ar
rived on last night' train. Ho will
remain several days looking after his
business Interests here.
W K. Ilrown, who has extensive
Interests In the Fort Klamath coun
try, rturned here last night from Cal
ifornia where he has been for some j
lllddle 11.000 date prune trees
planted on 200 acres here.
Slsterns Squuw creek Irrigation
district to Issue 12.1.000 bonds.
Astoria to get 200 head (luermey
Kreowatcr Xew Iro plant. $.10.
000 churh and brick block building
Rainier Local shlpbulllng plant
to be enlarged.
Kenton 'Local company to estub
llsh plant fur remanufneturo of luuv
Hock Creek Shntler road to bo
built at cost of $76,730.
Warrcnton Modern lumber and
box mill under construction.
Toledo extending water mains.
fvlit and Mat Artists
to Perform Tonight
Wrestling and boxing galore will
bo Included In the Klamath Amateur
' Athletic association smoker In the as
sociation hall. Fourth and Klamath,
this evening. Harold Christy, who Is
directing the exhibition, says It will
be the best athletic tournament ever
Christy, who has appeared on the
mat hero for a long time duo to lack
of an opponent, will mix tonight with
liob Entires, a wrestler of. consider
able reputation. Christy says he ex
pects a hard match.
Four wrestling and two boxing
bouts are scheduled, and should time
permit various athletic stunts will be
At'TOMOHILB W A N T B D Will
trade big lot nn pavement nnd
$400 00 equity In servlcn station
equipment for good light car. Will
give deed to lot. Dalancu duo on
equipment payable monthly. Cull
I7HK after .'. 30 p. m. 20-22
LOST 1'alr skld-chulns on river road
to Uonanza. Iteturn to Dunham Auto
C Reward. Ul-2.1k
Rest milk In town, 7c quart.
Klamath eggs all week 20c,
Local creamery butter 39c und 7Sc
Young steer meat, right prices.
Place orders for seed potatoes.
Public Market. 'Jth & Klamath, 1C3W
LOST Runch of keys. I'leaso leave
at Herald office. Ruwurd. 20-22
HIGHT CURRKNT WHBKL for Irri
gation, 10 to 40 foot lift, all steel
construction, light running, efficient.
Write for Information. 1NTBRSTATB
ROILBIt AND MACHINE WORKH.
Foot of Knott Street, Portland, Oru.
Small ranch for sale ut Ashland,
Ore., one mllii out $160 an acre with
Improvements, fenced und cleared.
Make good chicken ranch. Box C. R,
Herald office. 20-22
Km 1 1 Kpudx P(Kr Seed
Tbo practice of planting wholo
small potatoes Is a bad one when
they are simply culls from the ordin
ary field. Why nro they little? Often
it Is because they are diseased. Such
seed will not produce many good
spuds. O. A. C. Experiment station.
New Potato UulletiH Out
"Potato diseases in Oregon and
Their Control" Is the name of a .62
page bulletin Just off the press and
ready for free distribution. This bul
letin by M. R. McKay, associate plant
pathologist at tho Oregon Experiment
station, gives general control meas
ures for all potato diseases common
to Oregon with a discussion of each
hepurate disease. This Is a popular
bullotln written In plain language. It
will muko a valuable aldltlon to
any farmer's library, O. A. C. Ex
Lyceum Hall, cor. 8th ft High, well
suited for select parties, will be rent
ed at nominal prices. Apply to M,
Motschenbacher, Phone CC6W, or on
Now about having your
eyes fitted to glasses. I car
ry a large and complete linn
or all tho latest styles In
frames and eyo glass mount
ings. So you can SEB and
select the kind you want and
the one that suit your face,
In color wo match your
hair and complexion. You
don't have to guess here.
Phone, Ofc. 18SW, Be. 881-J
Kiirm wanted by ox-sulillnr under
Miilo bonus plnn. Wlint have you till
offer? (Ilvo sli of place, locution, I in
proveiueitt nnd till descriptions In I
first letter to llox (I. t. earn Herald. )
Will Initio exceptional wiluo In I
fiirm laud for JMMin stork In I'lut 1
State und Savings, or $11(100 stock nn
Mist payment. Address "Spring Lnliel
much.-' It. No. I. llox US Ktnnmth '
I'nlK 20-21 I
LOST --Of flee key. tag iitlnched with I
mime of K. L. I II lint t Return to. II.
I I'lli.tlt'.. ..!.... I.. 111..,.. I lll.l.. nil '
,. ,., in.,, n iMiiiti in in mini iiuifi
Free Lecture on Christian Science
Hy Mrs. Blanche K. Corby, C. S. B.
.Member (r Hie Itimul of l.ei Ituvotilp of Tlio Moll
I'liiiuli, Tho I'li-t Clmuli of I'liiM, Hclcnll-t, In
llii-tini, Miisiik IiiiicIIn
At Star TlicnU-r, 8.00 p in.
Tuesday, Mnrch 21st
The Public Is ('iMilliilly Iniltcil
1 r'' t -' m . rrr. -t ,
Why not this incomparable
YOl ' know tlmt lite New Kilison is t tic only
pltonorapli which sustains the test of
tliircl comparison with living artists. Von
know that, therefore, it lirinijs yon the greatest
vocal anil instrumental performances.
Who vr on
So why' .shape your family's music tastes in
an inferior musical environment Why when
jt will cost yon
Only $ l
ritllN VOUII OAN lU'MMINT
to put the incomparable N'ew Kilison in your
home This oiler means ju-.t what it .says.
Kill in your own first payment. We'll accept
it anil deliver your instruments-provided only
that your initial deposit issutlieient to indicate
good faith. The balance you may budget
according to your convenience.
Hundreds of families have secured New Kdisons
this way. Whydon'lyou? Come in any time.
Klamath Falls Music House
GEO. A. WIRTZ
122 South Sixth Street
Are You One
of the 500,000
women who use a
wi'tflt' I I1UU
To banish "Bine Monday?"
HpM-jpHjTt I iH
On the line by nine
REMEMBER, $10 DOWN will
put a THOR Electric Washer
in your home on your
next wash day
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