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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1922)
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StrfMb'tute for Merrill
' Win From Nifty Nine
Merrill failed (o show up Sunday
afternoon tor the baseball game sche
duled bteen Merrill and the Nifty
Nine. IMmar Hoberton' learn ub
rtltul'tt and won bjr a wore of 17
lo 13 afiT an ll-lnnlng ttii(c.
throttled their splrllnal nature I
thU life. These touts will suffer
the mental stress of working them
ilei cat of Ibis l''l Among
tbm will be the touli of sulcld".
I who bare attempted to escap from
tb exactlona of this life.
jijuriag'-, ncaveniy dojim
mate, am all marriage are perfect
There are no Jealousies, no covet-;
Ingt, no triangle and no divorce In
heaven, for every cul l satisfied!
with Its sp'rltnal mate. j
"l'wnf ,miDK 21 spirits with,
whom I have hld direct eommunl-j
A fold north wind and a rough , ration are my ton. ho Iot bit llfel
field prevented clean fielding, fsothiln th war. and tnjr mother, oho In
team bit at will and erred frequent- addition to talking lth me rote
y. 'a note, in which h made a habit
The Nifty Nine compoe nftual rrrcr of spelling and to blrh;
f'has, OroT". Itobert Ootr, Wrnonb- signed a pet nam", which no
Christy, 7c-org Dow, t'h'-ter Shrlv- J medium eould hate known.
"MatriUllrmifin Hplrtts manifest
Most Unusual Horse Picture of the Season
ikANSAS DAY FORUM
rr Kenneth Maler Frank IVylon.
Harold Wortley and Pat Montgomery,
llaymond Hilton and Uobert Cornish
Robrtson'a team wan made up of
Jloh Illfi. Meryl Ktaub. Homer Oar
Ich, Delmar Hobertson. Wain Ilean.
Win. Perrllard. Harrr Malatnre,
Douglas t'errllard and Jack MIggs.
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urfonlmicn with Hie Rnnnrnl
Prosmm fr I.imc1ihi
I Kama Jy-llowker" will luo
charge of the clumber (if roiilliierrn
for il til WedliMiLiy mn. ntld hi1'
planned a practice runrt ln tlili
'earning t" round nut an lleretlllg
W ,. Ilelrell will bo chairman.
lu cut tiumlM-rn mid other fealuriiH
will he preiited. and th irmill"
..f 1 1... hivirlnn held Ij1 ThurmUy
Mek on fire prolertloii Jlnl alllnl
tib.tii mil le priiiniiti'd. whiill
he kiarcl tti.it the dui'iiber took mi
trrjeil fire prolei t loll anil the
i-lfnion of v iter liialnn will lei
I ..1......IM niuiniiiueil for loreKl Urn
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lliertlnn will t"1 l,'"t,,,l '" ''l1"
mibject In rtiotiM tu n teinu-ni
from Hi tlr (tirralry bureau und
by I'renlileiil Hard
sti:i:i. iiiititKitH aiiiiivi:
ijteil glrd'ira for the IIjiI llillld
IllK mipiitntruitlim were lielun lit of
m lo ttevi'iiHi nml Mum lu.l.ir In
pM-p.iruiinti fir the buililiiir; wlinii
ulll (nrl with llin nrrlviil of r
Baseball Garnet Mark
Hieh School Holiday
Veiterday afternoon wan officially
declared a holiday at the. blgb tchool
when Principal OoU announced that
each of tbe four claMe was paid up
100 percent In thelrannual subscrip
tions. Pupil employed themelre at var
ious sport Including tennis and ba-
a. ass n nirn mrnrrt nainnaii pa in ma. . .
...... .C . i spiritualism. this roanf an
met Del floberlson team and was , . In mnr.t
themMlTf- to us throagh mediums.
It is th eetoplafin thll e
(r-ctoplaum, rays the Standard IIr
tlonary. Is the densr outrr proto
plasmic layer cf a unicellular or-)
ganlim or cell without a cell-wall. ,
as of an amoobi or of certain ora. I
Oot It?) Thli has be-n scleatlflc-j
ally analyzed and Its chemical con-l
stltuenta partially Identified.
"l'lenonen ll mould be wen
not to sneer at the tilting table or
Ka ImI.II.) nnAlii iflMallM..
een al ances. Then hare rwen y of Mlller'n hid., measured from
simulated by tricksters. It's tru-: I strictly legal standards, and the J
but what has not ben exploited by! member opposing It hld that In i
Itany lhctcraphi cf apllls In tc.lhaju have cvtai from ..niUn4 this ar but none so thrilling as
this. St. lioxard fll crr AuUg In the Grand National 3ttplechat at Ikchcra Uruuk. Th fctmr hortv
tccie hia neck, but both jockeys tscapiU althcugb bn was tilcht-1 u bis bd mvl tha ft tin r was cauht
uru!r Uva falling bcrse.
v.uitr (ji.ts rwist;
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Taklns No tluinrrs.
The final lc. 'cropping cut of
tbe dim of diseuMlon and argu
ment, appeared to bo doubt In the
mlnili. of the council cf the Wal-
I V?sf r5l t&i Ll H r Ml
( ohm Slfin Writ
KOIl S.M.K Solid oak roll top desk
i Practically new cream -rparatur
and Konl tar 4 19 10th .St. Tel
fakirs' Remember that It was a 'resolving the question they should
falling apple that gave
ere. of gravity. chances of Involving the city
Rrliglon The world Is now mor-j-ure difficulty.
ling toward general accrptinc of' The aggregate amount of .Miller's
I-.: uiu was 117.03. Z9. and th wtirren
.ir.n-ih .-.i .,. comnanr bid a SI 17.lj5.i3
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game as close and escltlng. th irprltuaj.m ,, lhf.
vrnrk nf ihw
high school loy leauing up 10 inCjj.,,,, ,,u, lf , b, ,,,.,, worV
eighth Inning. Seriously. It Is tbe greatest revela-
Tbe high tcbnol pUyer '" J t0n of Gol."
Chet. unrivcr, raicner; ernon mne
ly, pitcher: Robert GoeU. tir.t base;
Dnald Uockson. second base: George
Dow, shert: Harold Wortley. third;
Harry Malatore, left field; Kenneth
Maler, center field: Harry Peltx.
Robertson' team was made up of
Otis Wilson, short; Robert Cornish,
renter field; Roy Perrllard. left field;
Delmar Robertson, pitcher: Wm.
Perrllard, second base; Meryl 8laub,
third base; Douglas Perrllard, right
field; Homer Garlch, first base; and
Kddle Pulley, catcher.
Immediately after tho game tbe
high ehool boya met and elected
George How their captain.
say i The p-ivlng Included In the con-
llrruc Judge Stone signed an
order for a writ of habeas corpus,
today In the case of George McCor
mlck. now held in Jail on Instruc
tions from Colvlltc. Washington. '
charging him with second degree
!m.iult. and the court ordered that
th prisoner l brought Into court
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock
for einmlnatlon en the rlt. Mr-!
tract consists of the following units: i
High from Third to Cedar: Kleventh
from Klamath to Main: Jefferson.
Cormlck U represented by the firm j
of Renner. Manning
V Ganong of
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drinking and sleeping. This bulky
llrlllsber. knighted for Ills success
In letter.i, married and the father
of a fine family, ronservatlvii In his
manners ait any man of AS, has seen
ghosts, talked with them, received
written ineftsagea from them and
that neltlea every ijuetdlon, as far ns
lie Is ronierned.
If you ask filr Arthur about anr
phase of heaven or hell he answers',
direct, api-clflc, with abnoluto post
tlvencmi and conviction. Hern are
Mimn of his ktirtllng Majementi:
"ifenvrn This Is to mo as defi
nite a world a Europe or the Unit
ed States. It Is rtry like thlg world,
except that heaven Is devoid of tbe
ugly, the unhappy, tho evil things
we find In this life.
"Hrainly Spirit In heaven ev
ery, person Is at tho zenith of his or
Iter powers. The spiritual body Is
like the earth body, except that the
former I" completo and beautiful.
In heaven we lose all earthly de
formities': thu person with only one
leg. one eyo or a crooked opine Is
made whole. Tho little children
attain perfect manhood or woman
hood. "Ilcawiily Homes There arc
beautiful homuH In heaven, ur
rounded by ganlc-ns of wonderful
flowur. I bellevu that one finds
tboro one's favorite pets. Thorn
;iru woodlands and lukcx, game!)
any sports, Joy und laughter. Vvs,
und tho opportunity to work.
"He..enly Musk- Tho heavenly
music In Joyous, Inspiring, nooHilng.
You know that on thin earth there
urn many sounds pitched " high
that tho human ear cannot record
Idem. Tho music nf thu world be
ond Is of this vort.
"Human WrakneMft Heaven Is
ft ropllca of earth, except that the
grossly material thlngn and tbe
weaknesses of tbe flesh do not en
ter there. All one' deitlren are
realized In heaven, but the heaven
ly body iIoch not desire, for exam
ple, liquors or tobacco.
"Purgatory This Im a otato be
tween heivon and hell, In which
vouIm i;nflt to cnter the higher
roulniH must ipeiid BOinn time, pro
Kresulng from level to level, pre
paring thonisclvi-H for tho blither
Kioto. Purgatory In Haddor, durknr,
:ruyer than thlH world. It uHiiully
takes 40 yenm for a noul l0 work
IIh way out of purgatory.
"Hell ThlH In not a place of flro
nnd brimstone, but It ly a dull, diu
rnal place, lowor than purgatory, In
which go luoso Doultt that liavo
Klfth and Linceln: Washington from
Third to Filth, .,'ldorado and Mel.
rese: High and Kourth, and South
The city funds are nrarlng
Hon and the street fund Is between
l?00 and I.Ou overdrawn ThU con
dition as called to the council s at
tention by Councilman Smith and dls-
IMrtx t Itlctx
Decree of divorce was granted b)
Judgn Stone to Kdna May Dletz. free-
I Ing her from the matrimonial bonds
deple-1 an(, obHuatlons to I.loyd Dletz Tho
I one child was aardVd to the mother.
Ray R Canterbury president of
the timber workers, returned last
night from Weed, where b
been Investigating strike
llon,, the county collects tho tazes. turning
Miss Ruth Ik-Lap returned last over the city's uare Tbe county ecl-
nlgbt from Eugene, where she baa
attending tbe university.
KOR RKNT Furnished and unfurn- I
l.hcd apartments close in. also
small house. Phone Jt.W. IJ-.o-
SHOP. RKPAIRING Jack Frost 119
S Slith St 1 Tit
FOR RKNT Nicely furnished room
for gentleman 1135 Pine. 1 1-2 1
FOR RKNT to acres all In alfalfa.,
in iuwn in .lerrm ij pti ni
' Organdie Graduation Dresetx. tna
teral furnished, any style, SIS. Mrs.
(t'oon. SOs Main St. IS
I Kgss ; cents
. Newtuwn apples. II SO s buz -
Potatoes t: B0 and IS 00 per hundred
Whole milk ft? rents per quart
Green vegetables dally
Public Market th L Klamath
Two Carat Diamond
Dropped from Ring
paid for its return or information
leading to its recovery.
e nal cussed conslderah r Delaved tax rol-
condl- lections account for the shortage, und
been attending tbe
J. C. Decarlo of Ashland and
James Muzzy and Harry Abbey of
lections arc held up by Injunction In
the courthouse suit, and it was tbe
opinion of the council that they were
powerless to arcrt a situation which.
San Francisco arrived hero yextcr-1 It seemed, must result in Inability
day to Join the pine beetle control
H. P. Rasmussen of Portland,
representing the Ros Candy com
pany. Is a business visitor here.
Dan Davlj returned last nlghl
from Ashland, where he has been
A. F. Con dray Is a business visit
or hern today from Weed.
J. P. Kavanaugh, a Portland at
torney, arrived here la! night for
a short stay.
C. K. Illeo of the California Ore
gon Power company, accompanied
by Mrs. Wee. arrived on last nlghtV
train from Medford.
Iwl Rradford has returned
from Kansas City, where he spent
the past month.
A. A. Marine of the American
Ilakers Machinery company of St.
Louis arrived here yesterday to In
stall the new machinery recently
purchased by the Hlrvl bikery.
of tho city to pay Its debts after May
It was decided that tho derision u
Judge Sklpworth In thu Injunction
cano was the speediest aid for the
situation, but tln-rj" was no informa
tion before the council to show when
a decision might be i:X(Hted.
Retrenchment by rutting down the
police forr,. and fire department, eli
minating lUreet maintenance and
stripping operating- costs to barn ns.
centlal was discussed ns a proba
bility of the next few weeks.
R. K. Strahorn's request for exten
sion of time In rompletlnK his rail
road to Spragiie river came up again
and was left with the regular com
mittee, Councllnien Smith, Vollmer
KIIKIIII'F FIXDH STILL
Sheriff Low reported the seizure
of a still at Algoma last night, which
was not In operation at the time of
the seizure, but the sheriff stated
that he has several parties under
suspicion and expect to make some
DUYER At Klamath Falls, April
18, 1022, to Mr, ond Mrs. P. F.
Duyer, a girl, weight 5' pounds.
Named Patricia Marie.
MXHON MKKTfi TONIGHT
within tho next forty-eight
The regular meeting of the Ameri
can Legion and of tho Legion auxil
iary will bo held In the legion quar
tern this evening.
-WtUatK EVKRYBODr OOE8-
HOMK OF TIM. UODKINHOX PJJATVflKrJ
Tonight, "Amateur Night"
A barrel of fun. Six big acts. Good singing,
dancing, music and comedy. Also
The Monster Masterpiece
Henry B. Walthall
The colossal romance of lover, frenzied finance,
intrigue, Wall street and the empty dinner pail.
and A Good Comedy
Wednesday The big Western Feature, Roy Stew-
art in "One-Shot Ross."
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30
YOU, arc entitled in buying Hart Schaffher & Marx1
clothed, to a most positive assurance of your satis-'
v '. Cf y ' --.. -it
faction. Every dealer in our clothes is authorized
.to say this to yeu: ""'
Every garment made by,: and bearing-the label of
" Hart SchafFner & Marx, is guaranteed to be of all-wool
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or wooi-and-si.K fabrics, with nof mercenzedor other
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wuu" uucu, iiiurougiiiy suruiiK. Dciore cutting,'
H-K" sfcUsV 'HihMflM 1 (AtMMy' 4shsssVsflMvfctMMsisaiiititsal
- SCWC(Lltnr Purc s thread Ytailoredincleansanitary s
f, shops jTand free fromTeveryrdefect'of material iTori
JlimJr mrMK.M r at. '
. . 4 mi r 4'
'y'j- Moreitrian-that:' -The dealer is authorized
7r . 'wsSallM - -- .
1 . ." --sw. HaTJ " . V "V
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' (that if. the clothes are not rights! or not satisfactoryTyourVV
'noneyvill. be. refunded, p X
fy. ' Hart Schaffner &'Sfex(
K. SUGARMAN "I Ain't Mad at Nobody"
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