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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
rlATUMUV, HNrTKMIlKIl D, 1022
"'7MLSfy stir -
Tilden Beating World's Champion in DavijTCup Match
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Tim 'lullnrV ItcveitRe.
In Tiffin, O., thero la a tailor who
had" had u fow gnrngo rep'nfr bills
Tlio other day tlio garage lium luul
tliu tailor sew n Intltun on. Xext
da ho got tills bill:
To sowing on button 1."
Thread ..... .. .. OS
lluttnn i...H............ on
Labor. U lirj .... SO
Itomnvlng old thread ......... .07
irnlmr. J-S lir .. IT.
&ociiio ............ .....;... .02
Beeswax .... J...- 01,
Knotting thread ....... 02
Labor 1-G hr...... ... .20
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(Irnmlmn "People vdon't seem to
marry as jnuiig as they dhl whoa I
wni n Klrl."
Grandflnppcr ".Vo, old dear, but
thoy do It o(tcner."
Donr OJfice C.V Is n football
coach a two, three or four wheeled
f, Benny Dictccn
young mun who commit suicide
because they think they cannot tire.
withouta certain girl wouldn't
havo c been worth living with any
way? , , v 1 -' ..'
J..T. IPorklns ,.iy business Is
llkoa whectborrow It ittands still
unlcsa somo ono 'pushes It.
,'A cigar storo Indian sa)a that
a horse can bilo with all Its mleht.
but not with all.lti raano
Import. mt ,)lrlourc
John sild&U, younnvvifo.
vo you an jLstcrcta you 1 keep
"Why, no," hcrepllcd, wonder.
Ins'.Vliat In thoiT.-orld "aa coming.
"WcJl thon, Linm-" determined I
wlll'havo none from yon."
"You hao gecrctn, thon?"
"Only ono, and I am jTsohcrt tQi
mako a clean breast of ft.''f'ni
afraid It will dUturb you. John."
'Oo on," ho eald hoarsely,
"For several recks I havo had a
secret. John a secret IoukIhk for a
now, drees, with hat to mutch."
F't '-r-rrr . .
Why N It that a married, woman h.irdenl of Uio jear. Tho other liniiin
ala")n va(ts until hur liutbauil ianCuuuii are: Hqptqnibtfr SO, agalns
In ' bed beforp she nsks him If ho Pacific University, Octobor 7 ngal 1st
locked tliiTbatk door
A noar-slghted man lost his hat
In n strong wind. Ho guvo 'cluio i
hut every tlmo 'ho thought lio vvns
catching up, with Jt. It uhlaked from
under hlslianif.A' woman scream-
ed froma nearliy-farm"hauo. '
"What nrof Tiu 'dSfiig Uie'ru " '
"Ho "mildly replied that ho was
trjlng to rutrluvo IMu hut, r
"your hat " .oxcluluiuj thu wont
un. "ihcro It is over thero under
that utono wall; thafa our llttlu
black hen you'vo been ihaslng."
Toda'8 sunshlnn Is nilne( sas
thu optimist, niul ho leave tomor
row's clouds for the pessimist.
ASK THI.W IIIIJV K.NOVV
It uulytakps a wedding
To mako a fellow- leurn
Ho thought that sho was hls'n
Hut ho found thnt ho was licr'n.
Get results by using class ada.
should have your attention.
Cool ' weather and storms
force prices up.t
Our fuel is the best, our
g rices are right on Slab,
lock's, Body and Tama
oack. Your business is solicited.
0. Peyton &Co.
r iyi8rt - - Wrf, , -Mtm,
Gerald Iattcrso.-i. winner nt Wlmblcuen, nisd cnptsln of tbo Australasian chnltonirr for tho Unvla'Cup,
In forcjtround, maklas u BpcetncuUir play during hlfl match nj-ahut "Ulj; 1!M" Tlldcn ct luvat Hills. Hut
it tTiia of HUlo upc. Tir) American won In itrclht scte.
STRONG ELEVEN IS
EXPECTED AT U. OF ,
O. IN 19P.2 SEASON
i:utii:.vr. sent. 0 rnuersity or
OrcRon expecta tblt i'r to turn out
tho troneot football ttum It has li'tiil
fslnco -tho 'urfnt OrvKou itoin 'of
lovernhycar hro which dcMitod'the
t'lihornlty of IVnnsjhnnla and lt
to Harvarifr by r;tn'polnt.
!ji1 yenr tho Oroguu football mn
chlno w"low In Bettlnc'J,np ' full
steam but when it did start It wont
Reed and flnlhod tho year by do
foatlnit the champion nary tqam nt
Honolulu 33-0. This year tho nmo
"Oregon Uen. mlnttn only four men,
will take tho field at, It I hoped, thu
same paco It uns irncllns at the cud
t)f last reason,
Four pood men are ready to :p
Into the positions tot the tout etcr
ans who will not be back. Tho men
to go aro "Splko" l.cille. Mart Ho
ward, i'.lll Itclnhart and Dart I.onKh
lln. Although practice wilt not start
until September 1C. under"1 Pacific
coast confnre'nce ruls. observers al
ready am prt-dlrtlng th it Prince Tat-,
Hson w HI- play center. Van der Ahe,
Spears 'and Iillu will bo candidate
for end pot.ts, and Mautx. "Hud"
Drown andShleldi will benmong tha
candidate?.' &url(eion. a bacKflelJ
candldatov lirlJenon, a bacKflelJ
lar nn the "frcshiaan eleven of a
ear aso. will try for a varsity post
' Tcotball chiefs' aro coming back to
the campus to got ready foritho reas
on. 1 Coaeli "Shv" liuntlnctun. wbo
ltd At rvtllilttir litinllor inlllAd I )
. Iti'.m rft 111 MntlflAlnal inif Imnn '
d("l" --..... ,.v. ..v..,
will hoKaclr In a rhort time to Join '
mil lLtwcrd. "ralner. wjio has re-'
turned from California. Huntington
Is optimistic regarding-thi?pronpoets,
Oregon has four game ot btnnO,
tbo 0110 on Nowmber 1 1 ngalus(
VakbMgm ;u."n bidu inrohnb' thd
. llljiabtto univcrulty nnd October
H against tho Multnomah club. Tho
traditional battle ngalnt the Orogan
Agricultural college this ear will bo
playod at' t'orvallls November 18.
Tlu loam jil.ty Whitman collego ut
PoiiilltnjiiocloberA'JO,, Idaho at
Portland Ortolier -X und tho University-of
Washlnr;teti nt Seattle Novem
RAT ATTACKS CHILD
NEW YOItK, Sept. a. I:irgo
field rats in llronx park tiring bf
tho- diet of raw meat which they
havo been taklnc away from tho
llofis In thu cugta ut tho 700, sot
out today to rob children ot good
Ion thoy wero eating on thu grass.
Ouu of tho rodents, Infuriated bo
cauau l'-ycar-old Holcu Miller (lung
to a cracker it tried to taku away
from her, burled Its fangs in her
leg nnd hung on until It was .slain
by workmen.' Tho workmen then
slow about a dozen moro of tho
big rodents, which wero darting
about among other children in tho
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Hov do you do.hrs.duff!
I VMS SO 50RRV TO HEAR
THE SAP HEWS ABOUT
MR. AND MR3. WILBUR DUFF"
THEY ARE. REUTIVEO OP
j ,, nw . ""- -
virtr Aori'T -rurv
i "'''- v. t -
i 7?E .fTn JbbbV "
frrtm atm i 'mv bj.
All in a Day's Work
J -. . .ir rfj'
-V " u. .w " T?W X-
Alt tho wild wcit thrillers aren't
K ti hkXB i a aftif iIeb. 0 Vi
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jSerceant Klcopcra of tbo New York mounted police picking n handker
iclltef off tho crounA nt n gallop out la Urocklyu. In preparation for tbo
I coming New York Pollco Field Day.
CENTER COLLEGE IS
TO GREAT YEAR
DANVILLE, Ky Sept. 0. With
twenty-six veterans of tho squad that
last J ear took Harvurd Into camp,
I iinfpii mllt(A fimtlinll tftlttlm nt
Iookl"B forward to another groat
team this yoar. Tho schedule calls
for ten games, with Virginia Poly
technic, Harvard, Clcmsnn, Auburn,
Kentnel. ,,-ind Washington nnd Leo
"Ho" MeMilhn, thu gnat quurter
back of tho last four years will not
bo with tho colonels. Neither will
Tom Moran. Hut "Ked" Huberts will
bo present to gulclu tho destinies ot
Hadem of thu team aro counting
on )oung Herb Covington filling thu
holu, left by the graduation of McMil
lan to 11 largo oxtuuL Somo claim
that Covington, vvhilo perhaps lack
Iiu the almost uui.imiy lootb.ill In
stluct of thu mighty "Ho" und his
ltnnck of outwitting the opposition, is
a better broken flchl runner than Mt
Mlllun. Voteraus expected tu report
for duty on September l.'l, lucfude:
Captalij "Itetl" Hobers, Terry Snod
ily, Herb Coving!
jvliigton. Hump Tniiner.jtnii, Ncv 1 1 -Washington und Leo
y, Iluck Jones, Hil. Ku- at Lm invlllo. Nov. 18 Auburn nt
luie, 1:111 Hiiminaii, tout iiurtiuit umi
a dozen ether. The Colonels will,
not Uu utile to uso any rrusuinnu tills
year. Chkk Murjihy has boon re
tulnod ns freshmen coach, Charllo
Moran nnd "Chick" Meyers will have
ihnrgo ot tho varsity.
Thu schedule follows Supt 23.
Cnrson-Nowmuu at Danville; Sept. 20
Clcmson at Clomsnn; Oct. 7.
Mississippi college nt Danvlllo; Oct.
14 Virginia Pobtechnlc ut Itlch
mondj Oct. 21 Harvard ut Cam-
FEEL SO SORRV FOR
HER-SHE. IS SUCH A .
SVEET LITTLE THING -
xjfv I ' - ry '
V MBW5V h JT
k 1 . v-rtj
I Ma .
7SS WS -. mm-Xztiii
ii,' " Sa-JkWSiT
.rw tjnvsd w
performed In tho Wild West. Here
The nee is tho favorite sraoaf
th four yachta enttrad by Oratt
Britain for the racea to U tal4 for.
tha SritUb-Aaaatiou cup at Oyatar,
Bay, Lou Island. It la owb4 bf)
Norman ChulcMtlU. m
bridge; Oct 2e.'r-Loulsvllln at Dan
vlllo; Nov. L 'Kentucky ut Loxing-
itlrmliiKliniu and Nov.
Curollna at Danville.
Helen Gets An
MEAN To SAV WW-
I rlCHKW IHti
i Wau Koyv .
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?.5 T.S Srfl. . W'
I 'fff'iA' '?
a I . 1 i t XM fi I
w h4jl nfcM'T
Kootlmll enthusliists, of which
I hero nro nil oMir-lueronHlnK numboi,
will find somo stlrrlitK lnuments In 11
Itrldlroit conflict whloli forms ono of
tho Ht'nuoni'oa of "Tho tlrnut Aloiin",
n production slnrrliiK Mnnroo Snlls-
bury, which will bo prvsontod nt thu
Strand theatre, rommovH'Ing Hundny.
Contrary to tlio usttnt custom of
plclurluit n rniiuir of a stiulluiu with
n Imuilfut or peotdo us Rportittors, thu
producers havo roprodmod tho nrtttnl
fenturo )nmo of (hillfornln'n footbiill
Noiisen: Stanford h University of
California. And Iho scoiton of tho
routers' sections In tho stadium will
prio u roohitlou, usld from tho
stirring action on the fluid.
"The Ureal Alono" ttdbi tho story
of it football hero who carried his
chUalry Into tho great Cnuadlun
fnstnesKet and proved himself u man
among men, though handicapped
with tho stigma' llalf-llreed.
"Tho Huko of Clil'imoy Hulto," In
which Kred SI0110 nppt'nrs In his fav
orite rolo of a cowboy, who puts to
rout a baud of cuttlo thieves, will bo
the feature uttrnrtlon nt tho Liberty
theatro today. It lies to do with
tho udventurci of 11 cowboy, who
1 protects n ouug womiiii ranch owner
against tho operations of n baud of
"Sisters." tho great production
which shows how- marrlod life rait
bo made rent happy Is ono picture
which Is 100 per rent (loan, nnd Is
without any of tho sordid murder
1 nnd suicide detail so prevalent In
"Sisters" Is Kathleen Norrls great
story and pluvs nt tho Liberty Sun
dny. Americans Cooperate
In League Activities
KNKVA, Sept 0 While the
United States government tins con
sistently retrained from Identlfjiug
Itself directly with ho leaguu of na
tions, It has not held aloof from hav
ing Its citizens co-operate In some of
the league's activities. Pivo prom
inent Americans are now associated
with varying forms of thu loaguo'a
Ono of theso Is Professor John llns
sott Mooro, who Is n member of the
recently-created permanent court ot
International Justice. Another Is Dr.
tleorgo Kllory Halo, director of tho,
famous observatory un Mount Wll
son, who has Joined the committee of
Intellectual co-operation. A third
well known American Is Dr. Huport
Illuu, assistant surgeon-general of tho
Un ltnl H, tales, who Is lending his
valuable skill and uxperJcuru In pub
lic health mutters In tho league's
,To other American executives In
the toaguo am women., Mrs Hamil
ton Wright, ono ot thu moil valuable
momburn of thu league's opjum com
mission, and Dr. Josephine linker, of
tho International health committee.
Finally, on thu various technical und
clorlcul staffs itf the secretariat of
tho league thero 11 ru many Ameri
can men and women, whoso servlies
nro found extremely valuable. In un
offort further to enlist America's In
torost and support In tho league, mi
Invitation has boon sent to tho Wash
Inrtou government to appoint a rep.
rescntntlvo in tho league's commis
sion for tho suppression of tho 'white
Sir Krle Priimmond, secretary-general
of tho league of untlous, Is hope
ful thai It will bo posdhlo for tho
league to work out 11 pulley whereby
tho United States properly can to
oporuto In an Increasing shnro of tho
league's nctlvltlcn without Impair
ment (o her own traditional policy of
detuthmeut from L'uropcan affairs.
'Condon will xpond 180,000 on wa
Astoria Columbia salmon pack
lestlmntid nt 3,r,00',000.
WBU. IP YOU HAVEN'T-HEARD
ABOUT IT I WOMT TELL YOU -
DON'T BELIEVE IN CARRYING
usui!; - VoU'LL HAVETO r
FINP OUT FOR YOURSELF!
Car of Fresh Fruit Will
be in Saturday. 7 a.m. ,
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
Bmtlett Pears ?1.7B,to ?2.tO
Peaches, box 7r to .SK)
Tomatoes, box 70 to .75
Plums, box S5 to .05
Prunes, box .05
Cantaloupes, Grapes, Squash, etc.
This will be tho last car of
BARTLETT PEARS .'
in this season. '
Remember you are getting this fruit at less than
A. C. GIENGER
220 Main St. Between 2nd. and 3rd.
Next to old Postofficc
CHICKEN In nny stylo
STEAKS Very best cuts
CHOPS All hinds
CAKES AND PASTRIES
Cooked to Your Order
UN H1NG GUEY
619 Main St.
There Is no time for dolay
when your glasses meet an ac
cident. You demand quick nnd effi
cient survlco then.
Wo arnytulppcd to render
such sorvlco Immedlatuly.
Wo grind tlio r.urfaco nnd
edgu tho lensos nnd guaran
tee correct duplication ot
Twcnty-flvo years oxpor
luncu. Dr. Goble
Phene: Ofc. M.1-W, Hon. a.'Jl-J
HELLO,DORIS. HELEN SPEAKING '.
I HEARD TODAY THAT YOU AND
WILBUR HAVE HAP SOME
TROUBLE-IS IT TRUE?
- AHD I
AM SURE. THAT YOU
I i i - II IM U t
UPSTAIRS Tel. 140
HVi: HTIIAIN Is tho Invurlnbhi
result of neglected defects of
sight. Clonii attention idiould
bo given thu (hlldren as they
nro now entering on their
school work, Wo adjust glass
es to compensate for defects u
H. J. WINTERS
"Oil Main Phono I Itl-W
Wu grind our own lenses
Proowutor Contriid let for $3l,
uou roibiraled ihiirch.
Oswego idannlng h,000 bank
nwhy.no' I DON'T Know
WHO STARTED THAT
TALK BUT I'VE HEARD fcOMC.
VERV FUNNY TMIMG3 GOING
AROUNO-I'LL COME OVER..
AND TELLYOU ADOOT IT!