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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1922)
TUESbAY, MAC IS, 1M.
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Women in Olympic Race
I'oiiunllini Ik worMiiR un Hid project
Wllll'lt Will t'tltllll. till- tllll eolloetlllll
of bodies iuhI tho ticmtlltliMtloii ut
cemeteries, mi oxpcndltiiio of mine
thnu il.unu.uuti. Tlu'so HoMh of
honor will bo lucuted tit llelleaii
Wood, near Ohitloutt-Tlileri.v; Hoiiy,
near ft. Qucutlu; Suiohihh, mai
I'urK ii ml ltomuKiio, In tho Argmine,
ileal- Moiitfiiucoii. Moro than GOO
Americans will remain burled In
England. A Rltt of land by tho llrlt-
Isli lunonimont allows for tho futuro
diTorutWm mill euro of tlioso ktiivoh.
I'mliir plan nlreiiily utlMiticod it 111
tlo iciiiotury for thono Auiorlonim
who died In l.'imlitnd, lioliuul, Hcol
land mid Willi's will ho located ut
lliookwood, Hurruy, IIiiKlund
IVw Unite of 'III
"This (nr still tower of tho proud,
whltu-hiihoil old tivroci of '6 1 tin will
bear tholr colors mid tholr flower In
the Miiriod ground whom Iholr com-
Captures Honors In
x Field aad Track Meet
HOMK OF THE 1IODK1NHON FKATUIUSS)
'safes a?1 flW'VPVtf
HIOII POINT WINNKfU)
I'Mtik Hall, Falrvlow school,
CO point out of a possible
llnlli Kllngenbcrg, Central 4
nclinol. i2',4 points out of 2H.
Hlversldn nchnol carried off rbi
honorn In the city school' field
mri't In thn finals yesterday when
thn CO, CO and 100-yard, finals were
run off. Following the meet, the
niverxlitn athlete paraded up and
down Main street, displaying; a
largo sign which bora the Inscrip Inscrip
teon: "Wo know we could, we said
wo would, wo did!" This sign, it
npppors, was painted before tha
meet nad was carried in the par
ads. Indicating the Riverside
ymingctor had no lack of eonfl
ilnnro In their ability. The school
twos awarded a banner.
Standing of the schools in
1 Rlvorsldo .1152 5. ,
2 Mills -481 6.1
3 Central . .'62 4.1
6 Falnrlew ..... 487 3.92
C Pelican 91 3.3
(Ml YARDS FINALS FOR GIRLS
Gertrude Wlard, Riverside, first,
seven seconds; Florence Porter,
Kalrvlew, secend: Virginia Peyton,
Central, third; Alleen Lootnts, Mv
ersldc, feurth: Jean Rogers, Central,
Ruth Kllngenberg, Central, first;
Zepha Rogers, Central, second; Dor
othy Wortley, Riverside, third; Marie
Crystal, Riverside, feurth: Ruth De
Lalx, Riverside, fifth.
BO VARUS FINALS FOR UOYS
Ifjus 1 , .,
Roland Beyrte, Central, first) lUef
urd Drown, Central, second; Floyd
Tanksley, Mills, third; Thomss Uukv,
Frank Moore, WIU, first. ? 2-5
xocunds; Howard Uarbla, Central.
second; Lorin 8barp, Falrvlew, third;
Gilbert Iagaaon, Central, fourth;
Fred Qullltch. Riverside, fifth.
Frank Hall, Falrvlew, first. 7 sec sec
onds: !.eo Tsnksley, Milts, second;
Robert White, Falrriew, third: Bown
Henry, Riverside, fourth.
100 YARDS FINALS FOR BOYS
Herbert arahara. Riverside, first,
K. seconds; Raymond Roblson, Cen
tral, secend: Elden Fitspatrlek, Cen
tral, third: Edward Jefferson, Riv
erside fourth; Harland Blebn, Rlv
Howard Durbla,, Central. Roland
Davis. Falrvlew, tie for first, 13 1-5
secends: Gilbert LagesoB, Central,
third: Reryl Crosafleld, Falrvlew,
feurth: Hugh Currln, Central, fifth.
Walter Tanksley, Mills, first,
11 4-r seconds; Garold FiUpatriek.
Central, second; Karl Smith, River
side, third; Lawrence Carroll. River
side, fourth; Albert Westfall, Riv
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tmm tree XaeJaad, Franet. Italy, Balstaa aad Ceecao-Stovaktev
ettae In the I9etsr nea 1st Um oismaa i if t tut.
Has traek everleoka U ate.
Nine Temple of Seattle was one
of the first entrants. Oktahoma,
Colorado and Nevada temples havo
forwarded entry applications Call
fornla will be represented by teams
from ,Los Angeles and Sacramento,
and possibly others. As hosts for
the convention, San Francisco and
Oakland Shrlners will not compete.
,BaseWall Team Is
Beins Organized Here
Dans are being laid for Jhe ors
anlxation here of a baseball team to
represent the city, according to Jobn
Houston. Houston says tentative
arrangements have been made ltb
Dorris for a gsme, and thit it is
hoped to bring In teams from Med-
ford, Ashland and Grants Psst.
Tho following players, many of
whom Houston sas are experienced
veterans, havo been lined up for the
team: Urciilcr, Durbin, H. Foster.
Humphrey. Crawford, Abbey, Hous
ton, Jim Foster, Klnnegun sad
Practice will be held this week,
(Continued from Page 1)
Young Chicago Swimmer
Seeks Further Honors
SAN FRAKtiftiCOi May 10 Jobn
Welsmuller, tb Chicago youth who
in six months has broken every
fiwlmmlnt record from SO to SOO
yards, left hero May 11 for Hono
lulu to meet the lilaad's best swim
mers, May 17 and June 24. He
will return to 2an Francisco early
In July and May be seen in com
petition at tbht time.
Welsmuller chiefly ascribes bis
ability to set through the water
faster than any other 'human, being
to the fact that be Is ablo to
breathe while swimming on either
side. Ho Is about six feet. 2 Inches
tall, slim and weighs 172 pound..
Ills only training la tbi swimming
be doea la practice, and his diet
includes ice cream, pie and hot
dogs. He is Jjbt beginning to
shave. Ha wa bora ia Austria,
Jotuuott vs. Johnson
Suit for divorce charging cruel and
inhuman treatment was filed this
morning by Rose E. against 8 wan
Johnson, In wblch she asks that her
name before marriage, Rose E. Kee
see, b restored to her.
Straw vs. Lsby
Trial opened this morning In the
justice court In the case of Jim Straw
against Jobn I.usby, Involving 1180
for bay at Pelican Ray (bdgo wblch
Straw contends was Improperly con
verted by Lusby. Up to a late hour
the trjal had not been concluded.
Phone your grocery order to J. E.
Enders, where it is appreciated.
much of the whole army of tho dead
as tbey will of some one youth who
went forth to fight and dlA not canin
back." Gold star parehtn-iteilrlh'it
that especial attention bo paid to' the
grave of their departed. rciiuctliic
a ceraln type of floral decoration or
religious ceremony, wero nkcd to
communncato their wishes to tho org
anisation's national hcadf)nnrtnr
here, from wblch they were relayed
to the legion post ncnront the placo
of burial. '
Homor All Vfrruns
"The legion will not conflno Its
exercises and decorations to the mem.
ory of world war heroes alone. The
grave!) of all veterans of nil Ameri
can wars will be Waited nnd decorated
and .fittingly honored. Lust year the
organization requested Its posts and
units of tho legion auxiliary to seek
out, In each community, grave of oil
American soldier nnd sailor dead and
to prepare charts showing hcro such
graves were located ami how'thoy
could be reached. Thc efforts of tho
world war men bnvo resulted In many
graves of Civil war otvruns being
rescued from obscurity uud the
graves of several clcrsns of 1812,
long since forgotten, bavo been
found and restored.
Slmiliir I'lnn Kvutm!
"A similar plan of keeping a closo
and honored watch on graves of
Americans burled overseas has been
evolved. There will bo In France
four principal cemeteries wherein
men of the A. E. F. will sleep for
ever. At present a specll fine arts
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in EVERY DROP
"Red Crown" meets the automotive
engineer's demand fora. jnotor fuel
that will vaporize rapidly and uni
formly in the carburetor, and ex
plode completely in the cylinder.
Every drop is 100 power.
Fill your tank with "Red Crown"
and nothing else, and you won't
have to bother with carburetor ad
justments. Youll get prompt start
ing, better mfleagc, and a sweeter
Fill at the Red Crown sign at Service
Stations, at garage, or other dealers.
Strawberries 20c box.
Local eggs. 19c dozen.
Fresh vegetables dally.
Public Market. 9th A Klamath 1G-If
Your rroeerv order will be aDDre-
clated at Enders. 16-17-19
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room. ua;n & pnone. bis n. m hi.
WANTED Shore man on ranch.
Must milk 2 or 3 cows, work in
garden etc. 140 and board. Phone or
call Will W. Adams, Merrill, Ore.
Ws flgn inponr wetiNBti
stout? is a guaiaiatee
RUBBER HEELS. Jack Frost.
For snappy summer1 footwea'r. See
WANTED Woman for housework,!'
arnau lamuy. u& nne Ht, Iti-Jf
FOR RENT 50 acres Irrigated land,
uuQtfune iruot town oi 'momn.
IIouso,-,sniall barn, chlckeft house,
Harden ana small pasture. Will' con
sider either share of crop.or-ash
rent, mono or cull Will W. Adams,
Murrlll, Ore. 16-17
WANTED Plumber and steam-fit-tcr.
(7.00 per day and fare paid In
SIbsod. Address E. II. Rush. 16-17
Shriaers Will Attend
8AN FRANCISCO, May It.
Shiners frpas. every state In the
union are expected to eater in a
t run-shooting tournament here June
13, 14 and IS, at which time the
Bhrlnera' coaveatioa will ha held.
Western atatM already have enter
ed teacai aa4 atTaral California
loans hav ajaaityei lateatloa of
eosapettaf. TraaMaa worth asofa
Ilnn't fnrvAt w ullll liuvu nml
toffee, ut'iJOc. J. E. Enders. 16-17-19
BEST LEATHER; BEST SERVICE
Jack Frost, shoo repairing, South
6th St., Just off Main. 16tf
Astoria $14,243.64 contract
awarded for street Improvements.
J. E. Enders & Co. Excluslvo
"Itaw) Satti an? Itaat Weasa"
JLISRCHANTS who display this
" sign recommend Oregon
Quality merchandise. They are
active cooperators in the up
building of a greater state. They
guarantee the goods they sell.
. Buy .Oregon-made products.
Buy them on MERIT. Form the
habit of looking for the Associa
ted Industries sign and saying
"(Jive me an Oregon brand."
By acquiring this habit you are
sure of quality merchandise. You
are helping the industrial ex
pansion of your community. You
are helping yourself, to greater
Buy Where You See the Associated Industries Sign
Writo for handy directory of OroRon products, 1
Itofor lo It 'when you buy, i
The Associated Industries of Oregon
702 Oregon Building, Portland, Oregon
Tonight Timberworkers Benefit
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
most wonderful production
"Hearts of the
""'" Lillian and Dorothy Gish
ana' A SPLENDID COMEDY
TomorrowBenefit Timberworkers. And a Big
Admission 10c-20c. Show starts 6:30
rades are In eternal bivouac l.ant
year tbo tblnnlng runks irn fllU'd
lth sturdy, tanned younptitcr In
tbclr army drabs and navy blues who
were honored to march at tbo side ut
the volersn patriarchs " tholr holy
minion. Thn prcm-nt memiirlal day
will find thn hunts of (Hunt and !.
all but dlnnlpati'd and ss Hie youths
of tho world wur strlvn fur thn hon
ored files of thn vulllnhed procemiliili,
Ihn dny will Iske on new nliciilfl-cuiice."
Our grocery loek Is complete.
May wn servu )u? J, E Enders.
J b 14.17.'J
(Ironhnm Znli'ticl nuntifjctiirliiR
tuinputiy limtMllliig new nisrhlnery.
$90,672 (nntrsrt let to rock road
from Toledo to Kddytllle
Hid railed for surfsclng Ht llel
ens- I'ltliburg road,
VM t (i shoes am wry reasonably
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Their quality it a constant fac
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The consumer is doubly pro
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Swift's food products are care
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The word "Premium" on ham
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These products have been
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Be sure of Swift's products
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