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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALUS, OREGON -
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The Office Cat
Al linker nays tho groat Amerlran i
ntniitour appears to Imvo discarded
homo browing for the radio.
.Mnllicr Now," Victor, whnt does n
rioter, nlro llttln boy ilo when ho Is
In n inimrnr ami sees on old lady
who linn to stand up?
Hon lie pretends 'he Is. asleep.
mil Leo says when money talks no
ono stops tn crlflclio its grammar.
Why They Went
An the Sunday-schcfol teacher en
tered bIio saw leaving In great haste
n lltllo girl mill her .smaller brother.
"Why. Mnry, you aren't going
nwny?" nho oxcliilmbd In surprise.
"Plolhe. MIrh Anne, io'vo got In
i;o," was the distressed reply. 'Jim-
my thaw-allowed hltli ooffertlon."
I Imvo ii lltllo motor cur. It's the
npployor-my oye. If you know me.
you'll easy guess ihu kind of car I'd
buy. It rattle Ilka tho vary Dutch,
IIh radiator's brass; now you know
what kind It lm you will not need to
auk. I hot It second handed, had It
two yean, moro or loos; and In that
tlmo It's been In almost 'every kind of
most. Tho top Is patched, the cush
ions torn, tho tires all wrapped with
wire: It's 1m turned 'over thirteen
tlmci, nnitwjce lt ben nflre. I
Bpruiig- tho axlo badly' onco, In run
nln o'er n cat; tho hood's been lost
for most six month, I don't know
whero U'h at. Ono fendorV.torn
eomplotcly off (I ran Into ntreo):,
tho fan won'iarKrjntf'fjrtonJt cure,
that doesn't ffcot her mo. ii For iwhtn
sho, feoTft exactly right und every
thing' In trim, sho'll hit a speed of
forty per, that'll true help me
Jim! Every ono knows the dear old'
linn for many miles around; and
sho's been stalled In" each mud jwlo
from my placo Into towp. jTho Its x
penscs Keep mo iiroico. ana uxea
most air nty yen. If any gent should
steal ! ho thing, I'd send him to the
pen. Jlut I am not at all afraid that
kucIi fato will befall; for there is no
one nlso Out mo can msku her' go at
all. And tho to get lirr smarted off Is
tiomotlmes quite u task, she takes mo
.there mid brings mo back, so what
moro could I ask?
Kd Dunham says tho burglar's mot
to scums to bo "Whero there's a till
t Intro's u way."
It In not for us to criticize those
birds who Insist that their ancestors
If n bco can sting Ilka (ho devil on
n diet of honey what would ho do en
u diet of lemon Julco.7
n. D. Hall says many aro called
but fow get up.
Ono good thing nbout thoso small
mustaches mjyway Is that thoy .don't
"So your son's a contractor What
John D. pays bu wants. to llvo un
til ho s 100 years obf because "llfo
Is so filled wUh Interest." Mosfmon
wunt to djo for thli samo reason
they get tired paying It.
fihould liaye your attention.
Cool ,weathei; and storms
foice jji'ices up. ,
Our "fuel is the best, our
prices aro right on Slab,
flocks, Body and Tarha
oack. Your business ,is solicited.
0. Peyton & Co.
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Polo and footbsUt are two aporta that men have lone considered too
atrtnuoua for women, but look at this picture. Women at Brentlniby,
England, not only tUy polo matches among lbemslvcs, but play asJast
READY TO KICK OFF
FOR SEASON OF 192?
SAN FKANCISCO, Aug, 24. Foot
ball Is getting nly to kick off, for
the 1922 season nnd.ln n short time,
the grldfron game SvllI edge baseball
out or the sporting spotlight.
r-Although practice at the ,l'aclflc
roast conforcDoe Jchcols cannot stnrt
until Seutjm6ut3.''moLof'ih,o var
sity candidates will bo out tn uni
form when the ublTrrsltles and col
leges open lute this nionth and early
next month. (
University of Santa Clara probab
ly, will play thaflrst game Of the
season whon -it meets the team from
the U. S. S. Culllfornlon Admission
day, September 9. Not until Seplem-J
bcr 30 will (he largest colleges suing
A tentative schedulj follews:
Sept.f3aVn,,r,ll ot Wnllnt'j
ion vs .inm Arm' corps in ncauiu;
t'nlvorslty of California vs Santa
Clara at Ilorkeley; lniorsIty of Id
nho vs (lonznga University at .Mos
cow. Oct. T. University of Oregon" vs
Willamette university ot Kugenn;
Washington Stnto tollogo s Ninth
Army enrpi at Pullman; Stanford
university vs tho Olympic, club at
Stanford; California vs tho Univer
sity of Ited lands at Ilerkeley; Wash
ington s University of Montana at
Seattle; Idaho vs Whitman cnllego
at Walla Walla; University of South
ern California vs I'omouu college at
Oct. 14. Oregon Agricultural col
lego vs Wlllametto university at Cor
vullls; Washington vs Idaho at Seat
tle; WaxhlnKtnu state vs Oonzaga lit
Spokano; Callfornln'Vs St. Mary's at
Dcrkoley; University of Southern
California vs University of Arizona
at I.os Angoles; Stanford va -Santa
Clara at Stanford; Uulwrslty of No
vadn vs Occidental college nt Ileno;
Oregon vs Multnomah club at Ku
gone. Oct. 2h Washington stato vs Id
aho, ut Moscow; Oregon, vs Whitman
nt I'cndleton or Hugeno; Oregon Ag
gies vs Washington at Seattle; Stan
ford vs St. Mary's at Stnnford; Calk:
forulii vs tho Olympic lub at Ilorke
ley; Nevada vs 17. S. C. at l.os An-
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS0
WHILE I'M WfllTINGB 5g8 I WONDER WHERE WILBOe? H WEU. TtL fllT POWM .mPM" fl f Ol tnWCBl
FOR THE GIRLS TO M 'Wk IS? HE SAID HE'D W H 1 .S TSSF') 'M " IW TXW
, COMEDOWN riLTAKel Jg 1 WAIT PQHM HERE ONTME jH HE MAV SHOW UP i X' bWHR ".s, V liC'
geles; Multnomah vs (lonxaitn nt
Oct. 28. Oregon v Idaho nt
Portland; Stanford vs Oregoh Aggies
at I'orvnllia; WuHhlugton s Wash
tngton stato at Pullmnn; California
vs Southern California at l.o An
Lgele; Santa Clara vs Arliona lioro
St. Mary's the New Muxlco Aggie
here; Nevada vs Davis farm school
'ai Reno; California freshmon s V.
S. C. freshmen nt Ilerkeley.
Nov, -1. Washington State vs Cali
fornia at Ilerkeley; Oregon Aggies
vs Multnomah nt Portland; Stanford
vs Nevada nt Stanferd: Whitman vs
Wlllametto at Walla Walla; Stanford
freahmen vs U. S, C. froshmen at
Nor. II Oregon vs Washington
Mnte at Kugeno; Washington vs Cali
fornia at Seattle; Stanford vs U. S. C.
nt Stanford; Idaho vs University of
Utah at riolse: Whitman vs Nevada
at Ileno; St, Mary's vs Arizona at
Tucson; Stanford freshmen vs Cali
fornia freihmbn nt Ilerkeley; Olym
pic club vs Multnomah c-lub at Port-
Nov. 18. Oregon vs Oregon Ag
gies at Corvallls; Washington vs
Stanford nt Stanford; -California vs
Nevada at Ilerkeley; U. S. C. vs Idaho
ut Los Angeled; Milltno"piali vs Ninth
army corns at Portland; Whitman vs
Utah nt Salt Lnko.
Ndv. 25. Oregon Agglex vs Wash
ington Stnto at Portland; Stanford
vs California ut Stanford; Idaho vs
fionzaga at Spokane; Montana vs
Whitman at Walla Walla.
Nov. 30. Oregon vs Washington
at Seattlo; Washington State vs. U.'S.
C, at I.os Angoles; Idaho vk Montana
nt, Missoula, Novnda vs St. Mary's at
Dec. 9. Oregon Aggies vs U. fi. C.
at J.ob Angeles; Santa Clara vs Utah
Olt VOUIt I.IIK
The othur day when I reached
I said unto my wife,
"I know you will bo happy, dear,
I've Just Insured my life.
And so, If I should meet my death
. Tomorrow, let mo say,
A chock for fifty thousand
Will bo, yours that. very, day."
I know 'twould make her happy,
So I took her by tho hand
And walked for, tho answer
And sho said "Won't that
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Meet on September
CIIICAdO, Aug. 23 Contlnunnco
of tho revision of tho book of com
mon prayer und plans for carrying
on tho natiuu-wldo campaign start
ed three years ago aro among tho Im
portant questions of legislation to
como before 'tho triennial general
convention of tlm Kplscopal rhiirch
which opens In Portland. Ore.. Sep
tember 6, Tho (Convention Is expect
ed to bo In session from fifteen to
Thero has boon a commission on
tho prayer book revision for some
years, and nt each convention some
deflnlto" progress ias been made In
tho enrichment oT the book on com
mon prayer. Anyjhangi', however,
"must-bo approved by both tho house
of bishops and tho house of deputies
ut ono convention, referred to tho
various dioceses for their considera
tion, and then mnst come before
both homes of tlm succeodlng con
vention for final approval. No
change therefore, can bo made In the
prayer bonk that has not been
brought heforo tho whole church
President to Receive
Copy of Magna Charta
ST. PAUL. Minn., Aug. 24. Presi
dent Unfiling Is to receive u beauti
fully" framed copy nt Magna Charta
from tho Magna Charta Day associa
tion, It was announced today by J.
W. Hamilton of St. Paul, founder
and secretary of tho association.
The copy, which will be 22 by 3(1
Inches, will show tho seals of tho ha
runs who participated Jn tho signing
of tho document, and It will bo In
A small brass pla'to, outlining tho
presentation to tho president as tho
honorary president of tho Magna
Charta Day association, Is attached to
A copy of ibo Magna Charta also
will be presented to (lovernor 1.'. Leo
Trlnklo of Virginia, In recognition of
his act as tho first governor to Issue
u proclamation railing for observance
of Magna Charta day.
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Jack: You should have scon Jlel-
fH run that quarter-mjlo.
Dolbert: Whut did nho run It In?
, Jack: I'll bo darnod If I know
what you call'em. '
Even a Sand Bank
L. .1. (liiHiilor's unusual production,
"A Wife's Awakening," dlsti Untied
by It-C I'lrturoH corporation, comes
to tho Liberty theatie tonight, It
limits with the dowUiou of a I f o to
her erring husband, depicts now nIio
fights to mmt hint from ruin, even
placing her own reputation under n
clouifiuid in tho end receiving noth
ing but tils condemnation, it Is an
Intensely human, lulu with I'rlltl
llriinello doing quite the most effec
tive work of her career as tho vtlfo,
and Sam Do (.rosso playing tho un
sympathetic part of the hiisli.iud with
high nrtlstiy. Others In tho rust urn
William . Prnbort Cnrlelon, well
known lending man: llevorly Trnvern
and i:d)tho Chupman.
That u reduction of price to the
old pro-war figure Is profitable is
shown Ity the attendance ut tho
Strand since the price has been rut to
ten rents for oerbody. 1-ist night
nud the nlulit before every seat in
the Iidiipo was filled and there were
u number who were turned nwa
.Manager Ted While ha.i the right 1
Idea. "Many sales and small profltn ' I
is no new Idea but there lire but fevt ,
111 business who have tip' eoumgo to
put the Idea Into practice. Those
who d" find tho old order changed
and the red Ink bottle W thrown Into
Tho ten rent admission fee will be
tried out for lhno days of the week,
Tuesdays, Wednesdays und Thurs
da. Later It may be extended to
rover the entire) week.
Tonight the big double bill goes on
nt H:3n nnd again nt S 3D but tho
price remains ten rents to ereryboly
"lloilght and Paid For" was greet
e( by n largo audience nt the Star
theatre last night who seemed lo en
Joy this thrilling play according to
the amount of upphnuo It received.
The lllldebrand rompany aro surely
making n name for themselves with
local playgoers as earh new play tlio
present brings out a new find In the
oompnnles ranks. Last night It was
lllldebrand's rbunOe to show his abil
ity as an uctor und to say that his
characterization of Hubert Stafford
was gpod wquld be mnklng It mild.
Miss Kloreme Underbill nisi;
makes a decided hit In the role of
Virginia Illulu and Jack" Phlpp and
Violet .Neltx arj' well ensted ns tho
Iletween the acts very good vnude. I
vllle specialties were rendered by Al
Plenu and Nick linker.
"Hotiglit and Paid For" will bo re
ponied ngalu tonight and on Friday
and Saturday "Sis HopirRis" will be
given. There wllf bo a" spe lal chil
dren matinee on Saturday afternoon
ot "Sis Hopkins."
CONTESTS KEEP L.
A. LIBRARY WORKING
LOS ANCSKLIIS, Aug. 24 Prize
contests featured by newspapers and
advertisers In national mr;azlnes,
participation In which Involves the
usn of gazoleers, atlases, dictionaries,
encyclopedias und other reference
books, may bring both publicity ami
now business to thu concerns which
promote thorn, but they work a dls-i
tlnct hardship on tho public library,
according to Kvorett It, Perry, head
of the Los Angeles public library.
"At times," Mild Perry, "tho crowd
of contestants working around our
reference books has been ho great
tbit un ordinary patron of tho plum
could ut obtuln access to thu books
at all. During tho frenzy of a re
cent contest It became necessary to
reserve thu books u week In advance,
even for an hour's use, A week or
two of such survlco put tho books In
bad sluipo. Many of them had to bo
replacod at groat cost," i
TONIGHT AT THE
ONE PRICE TO ALL
LET'S GO WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
Oh; Boy Loolc nt This Double Bill for 10 Cunts
Don't Forget Only 10 Cents
By Mrs. Jack London. A bountiful '
full of action and
A WESTERN MN
A riot of riding', fighting and thrills, also
A GOOD COMEDY
Show Starts 6:30 nnd 8:30 Admission 10c
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