The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 15, 1934, Page 3, Image 3

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    March 16, 1934'
THE EVENINO HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
PAGE TURD
HIGH
SCHOOL
TITLE GOES
10 CIO 1
Chllnquln hUll arhonl dohnto
team won llio Klnmath county
dlalrlct championship for tho
third ciiiibocuIIvo time Wednaa
dny when It dotnutod tha Klntn
mh Union hUh achonl tonin t
the oily lllirnry.
.Th (i KIuiiiiiIIi ton in win pur
liiltlml In iiinut tlm C ll I V.IK1 II In
tea in after previously defaultim
M ii I III hliih aohool III llirau-wuy
llllll'IIIIIIIKllt.
Meet fViilnil Ori'unn
Olt I lii ii In In now iiormlttfld to
innet tlm central Oi iiiiiiii dim riot
cliiiiiii'lniiH, yul In liu minimi. The
two prvvlo im tlmea Chllntiuln
won tlm ill'ilrli'l chiiiiiiiloiiahlp It
wmit fur tnwnnl wIiiiiIiik tha
Into i u in p I" ii h ti 1 1 before being
defeated. Our the team readied
Ilia atulo final contoiit mill tho
nil) it time It wn defeated In
tho Into eoiiil-fliial match, A
Imllnr showing l expected Dili
venr. according to Clinch 1). w
llriiiikinnn, who l aaalatod by
AIIm Mary Tnitnn.
Muinliem ot the district chum
pltin.lilp Iniii aro: Affirmative
Kronoln Coona and Joanne llur
ton: negative, Itnliort McCain
and I,nrrnlni Larson.
Profeasor Taylor of th Houth
urn Oregon Normal School waa
Hie critic Judge it tha Wcdnoe
day toiirnninent,
Tha question debated wan:
"Iteeolvod Hint tho United Slnliti
houlil adopt tlm Drltlah ayatotn
of radio control."
Smoot Admits
Lobby Profits
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"Savage men ar not an wild
when It comes In love-making,"
aid Capt. Von Hoffman, who la
known ai dweller among tha
aaragea of tha earth. Tha captain,
m ho la an explorer, author, elhnol
oglat, will lecture at tha high
arhonl auditorium on Rninrday af
ternoon. March SI, at 2:00 o'clork
under the auspices of tha Woman'a
Library club. Ilia lecture la Ulna
trated with thrilling motion pic
ture laken hy himself.
"Ilualianila have two ambltlnna,"
ipcaklng of the Zultia In Afrlra:
"to flxht. and to marry often."
Captain Von Hoffman nya. "A
wife Ihero la worth thirteen rowa.
that la If aha la a xood woman:
a brldo who haa not been r)ilta-ao
good, may be had for wtve.
When the thirteenth cow la In or
der, It la given to th 'bride
mother.
"In apli of the fact that wlvea
are bouxht In Africa, they hold
tha power of ihn tribe. In, Amer
ica, women alto hold the power
over, their men, hut wdli their
fomlnlno charma. Tha black wo
men of Africa are' prolcciod be
cauaa they are organised, having
accrel lorlntUn; tho muat fmwarfnl
organisation being tha 'Hitdiin'df
which mcani 'aoclety which pro
tects women against byrant-.nue-tl
banda ." Under their dictate men
aro allowed to heal their wtvea,
provlilln they deserve It; hut In
cnan of abuae or beating without
Jual cauae, tho entire aorloty rises
agnlnal all tho men of tha tribe.
"Thore la no Jealousy felt or
ahown by wlvea when a huahnnd
Inkea a new wife. Karh now wo
man mcana that much Icaa work
for tho roat. Cninpanlonnio mar
rlogo, followod In much the anme
mntinor contemporary ndvornloa of
tho practice In America augacst,
haa long been a tradition In Zulu
Innd. If aftnr three yeara" proba
tionary period, a wlffl la childless,
ho may be divorced, or. If alio
provoa unaiiltnblo, If aho la shrew
ish or a poor worker, nor lord
and master may return hor to hor
family nnd net hla thlrtoen cows
buck. On the other hand, It tho
huahnnd provea unreasonably
abu'alvo without provocation, Hit)
wlfu may run away and ko buck
to her pnrenta whun aho finds a
Admitting that ha received $19..
760 from private companies
nnd Individual! for publicity
work and lobbying whllo he waa
clerk ot the Renal Finance
committee, of which hla father
waa chairman, Krnost W.
Hmoot, eon ot ex-Bonator Reed
Bmoot of Utah, la ahowa her
aa ha appeared bofore the Ben
ate airmail probera.
chance to eacape, but bofore re
turning to her huaband, ha haa to
forfeit another cow to hor mother.
Thla la known aa the 'punlahment
cow.' "In other worda," the cap
tain laid, "If a wife runa homo
to mama It roala friend huaband
a cow, When our white alater
runa home to mama It cnata friend
huaband Inwyera tnea and all
moiiy, Bo the man 'always paya'
whether emitted or savage."
Wampas Stars To '
Be Selected Soon
HOLLYWOOD, March 15. (U.R)
A daughter of George M. Co
han and a niece of Warner Hax
ter were among Si young actrea
aea nominated today for Wampaa
baby ainr honora.
Of thla group IS will be elect
ed by the Wnmpaa club, an asao
elation of film wrllera. at a meet
ing March 17. Nona of the
playera la under contract, but
election uaually reaulte in at leaat
a abort term "ticket" at a major
tudln.
KILl.KI) IV ACCIIIKNT
tAS VKOAS. Nov., March 15,
(U.R) 0. W. Junkon. Wlllametto,
Oregon, worker at Boulder dam
waa killed, and Mike Mayor. Llv
lurmon, Mont., alio employed on
Hie project, waa critically Injur
ed today when a tire blew out on
their automobile and It turned
over four tlmea.
Squirrel Season
Arrives Poison
Mixed by Agent
Buulrrol iinlanning time haa ar
rived In Klamulh county about
three wacka early, and 2,500
ponda of polaon have been
o.lwtkil In ilalu. nprnrillnlf in en
niinouncumant from C. A. Hon
demon, agricultural agent.
1 Ii o aeairuciiva roiiniiia are
out In largo niimhore Ihrnuxhoiit
the eniiiitv. and It la nnrtlcularly
imnorlnnt Hint landownnra take
niiceaanry atopa to exterminate
llic in at thla tlm.
"Thla la truly a caao where a
atltch In tlino will aave nine,"
doclared tho agent, lor me
avurage Utter or aqulrrela la
about that number, and the
brooding aoaaon will aoon be
bore,"
Polaon may be obtained from
any ono of tho following placna:
Knllnu'a atoro at Miilln; the lion
Fnua atore at Morrill; Mac'a Caah
alore at llonloy; Rparrotorn'a
i,a at llnnnncnl HIlHa'a alnre
at Hlldobrniid, and at the county
agoni oriice in mo looerui
building In Klamath Falla.
Portland Lawyer
Faces Evasion
Of Income Tax
PORTLAND, Ore., March 15,
(U.R) U. 8. marahala today ar
reated J. O. Arnold, dlabarred
Portland attorney, on charge of
Income tax evaalon,
It la claimed Arnold dofraud
ed the government out ot a tax
ot 111.104.84 on hla 1929 In
come. The caae axalmt Dim
waa termed by Analatanl U. B.
Attorney E. D. Hlcka aa the
tirat charge of It kind brought
In Oregon.
Arnold waa dlabarred follow
ing a aonaallonal hearing In
which O. K. Bhrader, former of
ficial of the W. H. Foahay com
pany, anid he gave 12,000 to Ar
nold after tho lawyer had inter
viewed Mark D. McAlllator, form
er Oregon corporation commla
alonor, and obtained a atock aell
Ing certificate for the Foahay
Company, which up to that time
had boon unable to obtain an
Oregon permit.
The Foahay Company later
craahod.
Flax Loan Rejected
For Lack of Funds
PORTLAND. Ore.. March 15,
(U.R) Rejection by the PWA of
the application for a loan to the
Willamette Valley flax Induatry
waa baaed on lack of available
fundi and lack of accurity. Col.
Henry M. White, deputy admin
latrator. told Senator McNary
and Itepreaentatlvo Martin today,
according to a dlapatch to the
Journal from Waahington.
Doth McNary and Martin re
ported Walla Ihlnke woll of tha
project, but aald there la a pro
ne nt lack of monoy, capeclnlly
for project which are not financ
ed wholly or partly by alataa or
municipalities.
fSTOP SCRUBBING, ANO
EH" a"E"WftS RIOHT-RINScA
- 3 SOAKS THE DIRT OUT. NO
(WHITeSTWflSHEVerC Vf
IN HALF THE TIME. J 4
R1NSOISGRAN0 1
AUTTLB Rinio give lively, lasting
audi tvtn in bardtrt uiaur. And
how thoie tudi soak out dirtl No
icrubbing. Clotlica last 2 or 3 tlmea
longer you'll save lots of money.
Wonderful for dishes, too, jS''
FOOTWEAR
THE new styles are thrilling . . . the
new colors are gay . . . and that's
the style story for Spring. And we in
clude a generous measure of value be
cause our prices are unusually low for
the fine quality of leather and workman
ship. A grand choice at
$395to$685
RED CROSS
VITALITY
SMART MAID
STYLE GIRL
High, low and medium heels. Navy
blues, grays browns and blacks In kids,
suedes and other leathers. Widths AAA
to EEEE. Styles for women and young
women.
ECONOMISTS IN
DISTRIBUTION
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Presenting
COATS
SUITS
DRESSES
that are brand new for a
brilliant
EASTER PARADE
THE new things are gloriously colorful,
and perfect symphonies of line.
They've caught on to the enthusiasm of
the day in their forward swept lines.
They've held to reasonable price levels,
too, which adds to the joyousness of
Easter.
EASTER DRESSES
$6
50
to
NEW SUITS
THERE'S A MANY SIDED
SUIT STORYl' LONG
SWAGGERS AND SHORT,
TAILORED SUITS AND
DRESSMAKER TYPES. IN
THE NEW TWEEDS AND
WOOL CREPES.
$10
50
If you look your best in bright colors, then you'll surely
want a sparkling print for Easter. But if darker colors
' make your skin jook beautifully fragile, then by , all
means wear a navy or black. Tha dress collection in
cludes every fashion you could possibly want. '
EASTER COATS
Spring, coats aro delightfully flattering this season.
Necklines are' soft an) rippled to make a flattering
frame for your frock.' All tailored beautifully in tha
! newest spring fabrics.
1250 to 2900
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