The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, September 29, 1927, Page 2, Image 2

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Tl I E- K t A M ATH NEWS
THRUSDAY, REPTEMRER 2f. 1027.
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GENE'S TROUBLE JUST STARTING Three Days to Go
! -In National Race
COAST LKAGIK
, Seattle
Hollywood
Knight nnd
ton and Cook.
Bah Krauciaco
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Faller-
Mftthelt and Jolley; Roehlcr'
and Head. . 1
t 1'ortland S 7 1 i
Mission 0 4 1
, -' Orimun and Yelle; Bryan. I'll-j
Mia and Haldwia. r ;
$ I.OS Angcle 5, Id 1
. Sacramento 13 II 4'
Am erica Lrajrae
; Flral Cams ' - . R. H.
Washington S 10
j llnton v :.. 1
Uatterlea Hartley and
Witts and Moore.
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Ruel: I
!- Second name ' K.
W&shltigton
I.oston .v 4
Batteries Marberry.
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Braxton
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i Tale: MacFaydea,
' Hartley.
Ilnasc-11 and
, Detroit at Chicago. Postponed j
account cold weather.' . t
Cleveland at St. Loo is post-!
j noned; rain. Onlr games today.
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Batteries Benton. Barnes.;
' Henry and Camming. Ferguson r
; and Jot.nard. Wilson. j-
National League
New York i IS
Philadelphia 4 1
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St. Loots at Clncirnfajl
(postponed account rain.
' Only games cheduled.
AMD Hc&
NEW YORK. Sept. '2S. U"l. "He guaranteed that 1 could
! The troubles ct a world's start in with 13 rabbits and have
! heavyweight champion do not end' 15.tHto.000 by the end c( a year,"
J when he takes his last punch' on ' laughed Tunney.
j the -nose ar.d climbs out of the; There was another importunate
ring with his. income augmented sutaeraan who wanted Gene to tn
' . - j by a Jl.000.0ut. " vest in "magic paint."
'JnQV Ken NailieO. 'tmrd'l(' to r,,ne Tunney. j "He explained that It needed
v ri . -mm 'hat ia only the beginning of the! no brush." said the champion.
All'otar irlentori i""ib,M- i - ah id io t numr
, . , The hea-ryweicht champion ar- it at the wall, and It would
' FRANCISCO Sept. 2$ (r; . rived in New Ycrk city Tuesday, spread out to its proper phiee
. p )'.Andy Kerr coach' "of the ' ,u receive an uproarious welcome;and thickness."
Washington and Jefferson Uni-! 'he station, and to find his; Another man had Just the right
' vattfity-football team will select ! 01 Idtown headquarters besieged ' marble quarry, up in Vermont.
and coach' the .eastern all-star ' 1,T a smalt army of folka easer- which Cene couid bny ' for a
team which will meet a western I to help him spend his iad of the: song.
all-star tim to be selected and FOrse. ( "' Pt 'he 'dea. Now that
coached by Babe Hollingberj, i ' There was the man who want-'.you've' got 'the Wney. let's get
coach of Washington State col-j ed Gene to buy a rabbit farm , together." suggested another op
lege. at Kezar atidium in Oolden Mn North Dakota,- ... ili'mist. '
Gate park December 2; it was '.
announced tonight by Islam Tern- war ' ' rP n i r i i T' 1
pie. a. a o. k. M. s. sponson. ; v mners uit Beauty Contests rind-
Kerr was roach of, the Stauford i
team two years prior to tbe time t
Glenn F. tPop) Warner took!
over the CardmaJ and was. sent
wset by--WK-r. o -lqHiUitey4iU
system at Stanford. -; - j
The. position of roach of the j
eastern all-stars was . first of- '
ferM to Lieut. Johnny Beckett.)
IT. C. former 1'niversltv of
Oreenn atar and rOarh of the Tbe eontrn.erny
famous Mare Inland marineteam,i oupht to
fitit itaM-katt'tt '.tiMHiv tn nhtoiti ' ' Nations
a certain furlough led him to de
cline the offer. If possible,- how
"Miss America" Title Of No Value
1 KKW YOUK, Kepi. ?S . - V.
Thrtv kiiu to no. Thf-i
?am which em h utut ax 1 1 of the
"hroo coatt'Tidor tu.w Rtivi;)inn;
: for (h Nuuoual Iukuo flan
might havt? won hh utich a !titl
i Utt of extra effort earlier in the
eu!tn.
: Had the IMriies MiaiifeU out
; f their m id Mm h:.np a rnme
two Manner. ih .H'ununt would
low te theirs. Had the.t'ardia
not tfultered on that ejuKern
-win Rriittou the weaker eluhn.
'hey would bo ou top. - Had the
iut,t found !him'lvr ia time
io mart their ruh to the top a
jiliy or two earlier it might bo
differeut.
ThU most exciting of thre--ornerwl
ponnaiit race ttinda: '
Uit w I IVt.
Pttthurith f Ct
St. 91 ' ti' .tJ
New York 0 til .-!6
The iM'heilnle. which had f;inr-
' ed the .irate; with two days of
'res:. wa upset by inciemeut
j weather Wednexdny.
, Of the three cflnrenders. the
Giants atone were ahle to tplay.
land ilicy had their handa full
otatirig: the IMiiMles. & to 4. In
j li inntnir." " 1
TexNotWorried
j About Film Fight
NKW YOHK. Sept. 2.-U'P
1 Tex Hickard was not in the leant
, perturbed when informed that a
federal warrant had been Issued
; for his aire in connection with
the showinjt of the Hempsey
j Tunney fipht films in San Fran
j clsro. '
j "My skirts are clean.' said
(the promoter. "In the first place
II had absolutely nothing to do
with the production or distrthn
Mion of the fichf films.
"I am to receive a percentage
l of the receipts when the films
I are exhibited that U all.
j "In addition to my contract
I with the company which produced
'and distributed the films of the
Chicago ficiit, I specifically in
structed the picture people In
writing that under no ctrcum
Mtauces was the law to bo vlo
j la ted or the films taken out of
the state of Illinois.
f "I'nder the circumstances. I
do not see any grounds for my
arrest, but I am ripht here if the
I jEorernmrut wishes to know aliy-
thiiiK." " ' .
POPULAR PERFUMES
; Fancy Bottles Bulk
NarcisHcur
1 ounce $4.00
Djer Kiss
1 ounce $2.00
Blue Moon
1 ounc $1.00.
Jonteel
I ounce $2.00
Florient Cara Noma
1 ounce $1.50 I ounce $3.00
Frivole Shan
1 ounce $2.00 1 .ounce $5.00 $I.E0 ounce (
Three Flowers
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THEATRICAL COLD CREAM
.Theatrical Coltl Cn'onj make the skin s mouth, itiil.'t to prvvont rtiUKhncM 'IZL 'g
";inl rcrtilive tnn iiml frecklt from this skin, One pound ran -
If wtATdtci fi
I tfCOLO CIAMJ I
and rxtpnlnr ynnn? woman. Hnm-
Jirs Had. hoc .racaciu to. marry
fK'Veral !me4 ' but tht'T always
were -denid.: Enr? ' this-"" stiin
mee .h. (pfr ('iiliinihnw- nner her
beamy rontwis permanent .r ' lolh , , .,,, .. . c.u.
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. Ily T!t -I'ltltMli frr) ;
WAjSlliXflTO.V, fit-pt. Ar'
winners of Amerlra's Kreatesf
fornia where she now In livinK.
At the Pine Tree
Plantation melodies, negro
falling stars?
has been
the forepronnd by
Coiineir nf ("athnlir
Women iti confer em here, in
movement condemning the
ever, hft wilt .it Kerr in R-.t'y anta as detrimental
. lectlng and coachins the team.!10 ,n,Mia,1"DS nwrai ana 01 no .fprituarf ond many pet.inl fca
HolHngbrrs asMstaht ha not reil1 Ta1ne ,n thc wn,r3. them- turK. toc.i! solos, male and mix
yet been named.' selves. cd fIartc. numbers ami rlever
r In a snrrcy to aeerain what readings, are among the rare
SAD SAM JONES TO ' ' becom,s of ,ne VTV'' Americas treats in store for thoie who hear
PI A V uriTU cm r.MCraftt?r winnin !nP I'iKl't beauty the Olivet Choir at the Pine
-AT Wllrl oUl-UilO ' honor?, the Tnited Press dls- Tree Theater on tj' evening f
covered that the permanent ralite
Stntcmtjer 25 and 3oth
' 1 . 1 l0' ,ho vic,ory 18 ""inestlonably The Olivet Choir consIt
Ma rwm jones. vvieran tiegllglDle.
American league pitcher, has xot a single winner In
of
; neven voices, directed by Shirley
the ; U,.funn.a aa lw, . .lin nuv. Ko
oeen omauiea oy Jne . asn.nK.on famo0S Atlantic City pageant has , , a(.l.ompannientl,. Mi.- Mc
Senator. by waiver from the St j been accepted aa a Mar in either ,.ann, the 1atl)n Krace.
""lllD iwmnii iatm 8ia Re or screen, vnere one migni fUy ant j
ouiiumuicu iuukk (expect ineir opauiy n nave me
r'vlrik nJna A.AtnAj I.U . .. I a t fit... 1
.......... .. ., o urea.esi vame. am nae im.e.i , wnou, lnimental a.'Oompanl
V " . " " mint. The personnel of the
.Junes wan u lie m-m, i aims c s liewspupf rx. comel-llKli, anil
that WashinKtuu's request fori toniet-llke faded.
him had lieea granted, allhoush Only one xince the nuiiunal
' President lian Johnson, itas not- beauty contest started in lfl-1
made any official report on the has achieved any fort of aurrera.
transfer. and that One Miss Maraaret
Mecan-e thoaeason I. nearly , Gorman. .Mis. America In 192U-; inrl,,,Ie.b.,tt, w. ,,
go to Ms home at Woodsficld, Washlnirtun real estate mun.
, Ohio, for a rest, lie probably i The rest of tlicm have taken
will report to Tampa for spring their few thousand dollar,
: Giants Remain In
nonr
J , ( liy I'nited Prprt
1 The New York tliants kept in
! the National h-ague pinnant race
'by defeating th Phillies. 5 to
; 4. in 10 inning-.
KoKrrt Hornliy'H infidd hit
and A I. IfoVonner'n single in
; the tenth won for the tlinntH.
The f'liflK threatened to wore In
; thnlr half 'hnt the rally was
checked.
i Ituln prevented the Cardlnils
i from coniph'ting their series with
' the Krd.
I The Washington Senator won '
;a double header from the Boston i
Red Sox, handing Bill Carrigan'
: hopeful their 100th and 101st de-
feats of the eaon. The acore-i '
I were 2 to 1 and 6 to 4.
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DRUOSTORtvS
PURETEST DRUGS
Epsom Salts
found 23c
Bnric Acid
1 cilices 25c
Sulphur
Pound 2oti
Cattor Oil
S ounces 50c
Flaxseed Meal
l'ouiul 40c
Camphorated Oil Cod Liver Oil
4. ounces 50c One Pint, $1.00 ;
Tface POWDER If
pnteel
V
BOTTLE : I,
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Cuarantcd -
2 years -.
Kantleek Hot Water
Bottle $2.50
, Fountain Syringe ... ... $2.75
Baby Bottles :.: .'. $1.35
BATH POWDER
Cara Nome Three Flower
$1.50 $1.00
Narcisse
$1.00
Cotys Shari
$1.50 $2.50
Georgia Rose
$1.00
Karesst Houbigant
$3.50 $1.50
Bath Salts
Three Flowers $1.00
Cara Nome 1.50
Georgia Rose 1.00
Vantines i 75c and $1.00
Houbitfante Bath Tablets 1.75
Narcisce Face Powder
This powder contains real
cold cream. It is soft, sweet,
fragrant, a scarcely percep
tible powder that . stays on
until ynu take it off.
Flesh, White Bmnette; 50c
5i
Clinging
Invisible
A tuh and fine, it
aJhem to ciowly u to
ittm to belong to titt
tkin iikU. Never gwra ,
tlwt eoane "maka-up
look. Ami die exquuiw
lontfd fncrarKC makat
4 ft a dflight to um. Hava
utnrdltf lake a box .
ime today.
50
you
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Jonted Cold Cream 50c
Jontet I Vanishing
('ream 50c
Jonteel Rouge 50c
Jonteel Talciun 25c
Service
Quality
Low Price
Fifth
and
Main
THE REX ALL STORE
i brilliant pianUt.
tAll the cboniK numbers arc huiir
1 Choir is Hn follow:
! Shirlry MfCanns, dlre-tnr-plan-;
and reader; V. K. Irey, tenor;
; aMahle Harrhi Cooper. Hoprano.
! ImiHy . iloore, contralto; Kdsar
illiam!. tenor: (. M. I'ayne,
U. S. ATHLETES TO
ATTEND OLYMPICS
training.
AiuNnoxs cimwki, swim
earned by endor.inK tooth pa ts
and oth'T national product and
through Hhort ftajfe rnKa;?in;nts.
thofr expenHive wardrobes mid
unquestioned lovely fac anil
figures and Rono hark to vxint-
OFlIS NKZ. France, Sept. 28.
(FT) Aftor seven hours ond 35
minutnn in the cold, rough water, enres as hum-drum a the onex
Mist Mercedes C.hHie, London which they l-ft. Most of the
stenographer, ''thls '- afternoon raony whkh they earn goes for
aha ft dun td' her latest atenipt to traveling expenVes. press airentH
BWim tho KiigliMh ehanncl. otid incidentals no they have
" ' nothlnK
honors.
Mrs. Victor Cahlll, of Wash
ington, formerly Mis Gorman
ljUS.-'O,
This group Iihh lohg htn ortu
! of the otiistiindtng ortcanizition?
1 of the country and their concert
hore mark one of the great
musical treats heard in many
reft f on. From the advance ln
t' rct shown In their appearance,
loial mti-ilc lovers are imager for
ihir coming.
NKW YOUK. Sept. 28. MM' )
j Approximately 2"0 Amerlmn
i track ond field athletes will all
'for Amsterdam July 11 on the
stpamthip President Itooscvelt to
compete in thc 192H Olympic.
gam. It wan announced tonight
at the reorganization meeting of
the executive hoard of the Am
erican Olympic committee.
! The hoard decided to rain
tl'Kt.OftU by popular gubtfcripifon
to flnirreo the trip.
The Olympic games arc to le
held between July 28 and Ahr
ust 12.
At the Liberty
left but the empty ,
The bbwfer who'makes 12
strikes has no time to';-pare,
!
CO
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"Wolves of the Air." now play
ing t the Liberty Theatre, con
talus enough thrills and senna-
Ihn f(ri Ml.. Kmcwir-a 1n& nnl "'I"' ,-. IW till ntr.i.u
Tue At club ;
YOU CAN'f ClICU) '
A H0S()i)ii Bife
! btliPTf) t?ie contHitH an they ar
coD'luctfd today are worth ft.
"A Elrl ha nothing to Rain."
Mrs. Cahlll rai'l. "unlf she
wants a sfaee or movie career
and very few of th'm realize
their ambition evf-n aftor thny
have won the honors,
"Except fir the nuMhliy, the
Klrl would hare JhhI as Koofl a
(liHPi'e if nhe hns the nlilllty, as
she would If she did not enter."
Miss Oornian realized no fi
nancial henefiis from her line.
ordinary melodramas. A ttret
part of the action takes place
i up In the air. It la here that the
: sensational stunts which will
make spectator xraxp the arm
I of their sea tnk place the
; crash of an airplana to earth;
j the bomblntt of one plane hy
I soother; th collision In the sky
; of three plnnes. tho finish of a
j tacn with the winning machine
j afire.
j The cast is one of exceptional
hrllliatirc. Including Johnnie
oi.nh iKl.il I'KKi t:i:s (iltdt I
I'OHTI.AM). Sept. (I Pl
Harney oidflcld, veteran auio
mohile racer, still favors tfie
earth to the sky, he declared here
Wednesday as he watched Jamea
Doolittle. one of the army's lead
ing stunt flyers, fly upside down
over the city.
"I'd rather see the dirt roll
by than lie in (liar plane," Old
field snld.
1 ui ,. , ' i Walker. Mllilrcd Harris. (;arne
0llwnB,,lil7 t V . IIKII tliW WU'1.,
n ini-iiiiin, miin iMiyn, .vanrice
and she
1 crowned Miss America
, Immedh.telv returnoit tn
j school. J1'"1'1''
Miss Mary Catherine Camphell,
, ,Mls America In nnd 1923,!
i scored a (inestlonahle success tn
vaudeville, made but llttla money!
nnd returned to her home In
(Visieilo, Jay Hunt and Kdmund
XOTU'K
STAGES
Inve Klamutli Fnlla Dnlly
H a. m. (except Honda)) for
MKIUIIIX MU
Al.Tt'lMH
Mon. Wa. Fri.
Mr'.ltltll.l. MAI.IV
AI-TI HAH ItKNO
Nt'HA.WIII.K
New Itclucel Ilatna now In
effect.
.After this data 1 will not lie
; responsible for any blllu ron-
Ifmciori l,v ,i v 1 f. X 1 1... ...
IColnmuus, Ohio. Th Capitol i Mrj. j. D. McCoy. ' 8-3t
: society took her up for a while. .
1 and she wns n rniieh snnght nfter For results use New- Clftaa Add.
Terminal Stage
015 Main Ht.
Depot
Phone 900
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Ducks, Ducks!
Saturday is Opening Day for
the finest Sport on Earth
We mean Duck and China
-Pheasant Hunting.
That is, it 'is the finest' sport providing
you have the right equipment and know
where to go We can supply you with
one and tell you about the other.
WE HAVE
Duxbak Waterproof Coats
Duxbak Waterproof Pants
Rubber Boots
Wool Outing Shirts
Wool Outing Pants
Wool Outing Socks
All makes all sized loads, Shotguns,
410 gauge to 12.
Duck Straps
Paper and Wood Decoys
We rent guns and boots
Sell California and Oregon hunting
licenses.
And can equip you in anything made of canvas.
,
Ours is one of the largest sporting loods stocks on the Pacific Coast.
THE GUN STORE
'If it's canvas we have it."
Barney Chambers, Propt
Between Sixth and Seventh on Main St.
venth on Main St.
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