The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, November 22, 1927, Page 6, Image 6

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111IN0IS AND
GEORGIA STILL
OUT li FRONT
Yale Strengthen Claim
to Mythical Champion-
' ship of United States
.'''' (By the AMclatc.l Pre)
Although the football campalgu
la drawing in Ut gasp, distribu
tion of the season's honor mong
'College elevens in sectional strife
toes over to the final whistle in
' most of the conference competi
tion. Illinois of the western
conference alone has been de
finitely installed as a standard
' bearer. The sectional situation
shspes out as follows:
t East: Yale strengthened a
claim for recognition to a mythi
cal eastern championship by con
quering Harvard. Yale's only
setback this season was from an
inters ecttonal foe. Georgia. Wash-
' Ington and Jefferson and Pitts
burgh figure as the closest com-
petitions with an nndefeated rec
ord and one tie between them
selves. Yale schedule finished
but other elevens play next
Thursday.
Illinois No Defeats
Western conference:
.Illinois closed western confer
ence season with five straight
Tictorles and no defeats. Ohio
State falling as last victim. Min
nesota also was undefeated with
three triumphs and a tie with
Indiana.
Missouri Valley conference:
i Missouri and Nebraska stand
tied for championship with tour
triumphs and one reversal apiece.
Nebaska closed campaign with
decision over Kansas A g g i e t
while Missouri missed chance to
clinch title by losing to Kansas.
Missouri may take the banner by
a Tlctory over Oklahoma on
Thanksgiving Day.
Georgia's Reconi Clean
Southern conference:
, Georgia continues with five
conference victories nndefetted
and untied. North Carolina. Ten- i
nessee, Georgia Tech and Vander-,
bllt in race as runner up teams. !
Southwestern conference: i
Texas Aggies with three vie-
tories and no set backs, leaders :
in their territory face Texas Uni
versity Thanksgiving Day while
southern Methodist, in runner up
position with Arkansas. tackle3
Texas Christian on same date.
Title Game Saturday
, Rocky Mountain Conference:
, Colorado Aggies have won six
and lost one while Colorado
College has won five and lost
one. They meet Saturday in title
game. .
Pacific Coast conference:
.Southern California, rival of
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Stanford for conference honors.
must have victory over W ashing
ton Huskies on December 3 to
tie for laurels with Stanford.
Stanford concluded sea.son in
conference with four triumphs,
no defeats and one lie with
Southern California.
RADIO KIN'GKKrt WILL.
COMI'KTE FOR HONOR
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Nov.
21. (AP) Twenty young singers
will compete tonight in the far
western radio contest sponsored
by a radio manufacturing com
pany. The young man and young wo
man who win in the tar west
will compete in the national con
test, to be held in New York De
cember 14 with prizes totaling
$17,500, and musical scholarships
to be given the winners.
HAW AII TUAM PRACTICES
PASADENA. Calif., Nov. 21.
(CP) For the first time since
Its arrival here, the University
of Hawaii went through a prac
tice session today in preparation
for the Thanksgiving Day meet
lug in Los Augeles with Occi
dental college. '
MRS. GRIMES FREE
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 21. fl'P)
The "dissolute person" charge
against Mrs. Callic Grimes, ar
rested in company with Council
man Carl Jacobson, in effect was
dismissed today.
Ball Posted by Mrs. Grimes
was remanded. j
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GAitJ MAS
AtoTWAiS To TQ
oJiTH a svaer
of ToPW'
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FIRES BULLET
INTO HEAD; IS
STILL LIVING
MRDFORD. Ore.. Nvo. 21. (A.
P.I ISasil Ticc. 45. loral resi
dent, Sunday toreuoou fired a
bullet into his own brain, in a
suicide attempt and this after
noon was still living, without a
chance for recovery, according to
local physicians. Tice was found
unconscious in hlB room in a
lodging house. No motive is as
signed for the deed.
POOR WEATHER
CONTINUES TO
CHECK FLIGHT
SAX FRANCISCO, Nov. 21. (A.
P.) Captiiu Frederick A. Gf.ea
was still Btorm bound here today,
awaiting for favorable weather
for his hop to Honolulu on bis
proposed New Zealand flight. Vn
IfM there Is improvement he may
not leave until Wednesday.
COMMISSIONER
DIES IN SALEM
SALEM, Ore. Nov. 21. (AP)
JudKe GcorKe Davis, state cor
poration commissioner, died here
early this afternoon after an ex
tended Illness.
Judge Davis was appointed by
Governor Patterson early this
year to succeed W. E. Crews.
For results nsa News Class Ads
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TUESDAY. NOVEMRER 22. 1927.
Taxi Ordinance
; Will Be Amended
by City Council
f A toinnlete now ordlnaiif itnv
erntnK (lie lu cuttliiK tttivl reuulu
tltiK of til x Ik oiH'Vulliiti In (ho
i tty whk road at the council moot
tun .Momtuy evening, and -.mended
I Hie old ordinance. An ordtn
' ance rejtutiiitnR parktuic which
Kiti mt amendment (o the taxi
ordinance, n brought up In'
Monday evening and wan to have
It second reudlng hut night.
A, V. S'hHup. city Mioruey,
t.plnlned the amendment by atta
in that In the old imllnnnre
there was no provision which
made It unlnwdil (or tnxt to
operate in the city without in
surance, nml tlUI not itnhuie re
quirements for property ilninnjce
or public liability. The new
ordinance take care of these
point it. he sut cs the mutter of
parkinK contained In the old or
ill nance.
An ordinance wa passed U
the second rcatlliur vacating the
alley of block HO, firnt addition,
hut It was moved to have the
street committee coe if the Cali
fornia Oregon Tower company
would nllow part of the vacated
property tu be u.ed by tho city
to open up (Irani utreet.
A petition with 30 xtKnatures
wait presented to the couucll to
have a sidewalk Installed west
of I'phmn on Oregon avenue, nud
It was nlto reconunetuted to have
a slow or stop sign placed at the
corner.
! Driver Who Hurt
3Iother-in-Law Is
Sued For Damages
j PHOENIX. Arts.. Nov. 21.
(U.P.I Krsklne V. I'tley and
John Vtley of Phoenix, arc nam-
ed co-defendants lu a damage
i suit totaling J1U.U00. filed by
I Mrs. J. D. Gunu, of Phoenix.
I here today.
I The court anion U based on
the accident here November 2. In
.winch l.ce Deroy llillebert. Sr..
'and two of his children. Gloria.
'6. and Sam. 4. were killed. Er
Iskine Vtley. driving a car owned
; by John I'tley. collided with one
.driven by Illllebert.
j .Mrs. tiunn. lllllcbert's mother
, In-law. who was lu his car at
i the time of the accident. asserU
that I'tley was driving at a high
rate of speed, and that he is to
'blame for Injuries to her back
and ch"t which will permanent
ly Incaparilute here.
i
I WOl'I.n BAKU It. K. K. .
! PITTSBfROH.. Nov. 21. uT
'Motions seeking an injunction to
bar the Knights of the Ku Klnx
. Klan from operating lu Pennsyl
vania and seeking the nppoint
' nient of n receiver fur the prop
erty of the organization in this
state were denied today by Ked
! eral Judge W. II. S. Stomson.'
XtrTK'K
! OF FINAL KF.TTI.K.MKNT
: Notice Is hereby itlven that tho
undcrslpned has filed In the
County Court of tho State of Ore
gon, for Klamath County, the fi
nal account of his administration
of the estate of Joseph F. Kelly,
'deceased, and said court has flx
jed December 16. 1927. at 3:00
o'clock P. M. as the time and tho
('ou:t Room of said Court, in the
' City of Klamath Kails, Oregon, as
the place for the hearing of said
; final account and the settlement
'. thereof.
; cronr.E it. lindi.ey,
Administrator of the Es
tate of Joseph K Kdly,
! Docea:ied. '
! N15.22.29 Dti.U
Classified advertising is a
morning paper proposition al
ways. Use the News
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OREGON WILL BE
REPRESENTED AT j
NEXT RATE MEET
S:I.Ka. . ...ov. 21. ,,Vl Th
Portland chamber of commerce
has been invited to send A repre
sentative to Chicago tu 1 leceiii her
to attend the Chicago nchLii of
the MH-ic of grain rate hearings
licing ht lil by the I. ('. ('., ac
cording to Information received
by the l:iie public service com-j
mlsitou. I
A member of the state commls-,
slon aUu will attend. Two hear-;
Inns will be held on the Pacific!
coast early in the year and the '
Oregon commission hopes to have
one of them set for Portland.
CREDIT BUREAU
CHANGES MEETS
Friday evening Instead of Wed-m-Miay
evening has been sched
uled tor the meeting oT the lluM-m-vamen'
Credit Itureuu at the
Pelican cufe at 8: a. All the
inctvliaiits of the city are Invited
to attend.
Further p'uns for the t'ltrlst
t:.as opening when the windows
are unveiled will ho outlined, und
the porblems discussed in cou
nccllon with thep rogrum. The
tapper-Kelly bill which was
Paused by the 1925 congress will
alo be conslilered.
This meeting was pluuued to
tie held Wednesday evening, but
since this Is Thatiksglvlug eve
and many of the members had
other plans. It was postponed.
Blackhead?
Most stubborn ensea of black
heads, pimples and acue yield to
Mnntho Sulphur. It's the magi
cal combination Sulphur for
killing the germs and clearing
ihe skin. Menthol for healing the
sore and broken tissues. Clesrs
up skin eruptions even burning
erteoM amailngly quick. Leavei
the skin healthfully white and
smooth. Prove It free.
Write for free
Test FREE tho Sulphur.
S.-e und fl the axtontnhluK re
sults on your kin. Then get
full Jar ni yiur druggist, at mal)
coat. This meuna the eud of
your search for a nkln remedy.
Wyeth Chemical Co., Inc.
r,TS Madison Ave.,
New York. Kept. M-A S95
Free Trial
Mail me Free sample of
Mcutlio-Sulphur
Ml II I I 1 1 I I 1 1 I
Coal War Laid
toUail Pact
(Couttnueil from 1'sgo tine)
"We allege a conspiracy be
tween the New York Cenlril, the
Pennsylvania und tho llaltimore
Ohio rullrondu, and Ihe snd
coal operator, to heal down the
price of coal and ilcgiude living
conditions In mining districts,''
Lewis declared.
"The Pelinsylvalilu," he said,
"Is hauling West Virginia inul
Into liidlina at a higher con
l hull tlu' could buy coal lu In
diana. They nre pre-enilui'titly
out to crush tho miners so they
won't have to buy coal produced
at an American w-nge scale, Wo
have fuels lu back 'up this
charge."
tin To I. '. C."
Mr. t'ootldge, It was said at
the White house, suggested Ihal
Ihe Utior mill take their con
spiracy chaigo to the Inlerstale
commerce commission.
After describing conditions lu
Ohio, western Pennsylvania anil
West Virginia, the districts most
seriously affected by the disturb
n me. the labor nun urged the
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Saf Cream Applied in Nontrtlti
i l.clievea HcaU-l oldi. at Oner.
I If your uuHirllH are , lopned and
j your head U Htuffed and yntt
iran'l breathe frely been line of a
, i-okl or roinrrh, juitt Kel a iimll
; bottle of Kly'a (.'reum Halii) at
lany druK alore. Apply a little of
ittila fniKrnnl. Biiilifpl- treum
Into your uotrll und M It (M-ne- 1
trtie ihroiiKh evi-ry air intHMAit'
; ol yt" :r he-i.L i.'Mtrltlnu anl h'l- !
Inn the ':i;! ;int,t. swollen tnut-ouH
; meinhr.' i: and you get tntant
;re:'.-r
Ah. liuw koo1 it fel. oit
no :.'.; art oeu, your he-id U
. h'lir. no more lit.wk!uk. ttnufftiiK.
ibtuwiiiK. no utoff hemlacbe. dry
t nr ittrukKllnie for breath.
Kl x ( retuu Halm U junt whnl
. Huffernra from head ctdiU nud
Uuturrli nid. ll' a Uelinht adv.
WANTED
'm RAT t!MVMi VsttiSMmh
HALKSMEMi SilaSMih vrsur mm
Vuuosrsa. OttTMly i a. can triitrva Uak-
Miora lunfMiuuy ou lor
Now offffni fisr ftrt Inn til
ffl lrilD y In rontumrf.
I grUr rrnv-x.fi'Vt fnf rrnl
Wrtt NOW tor fuO
nfariniiao ubU uciuU nctj
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The Klamath News
Is A Woman's Newspaper
Left on the door step before breakfast, the
Klamath News is an all day compan
ion of the woman at home.
Women read advertisements more thor
ougly than men arid women spend 85
per cent of the money spent for
advertised merchandise.
Advertising In
The Klamath News
Means Dollars hi Your Cash Register
President to call a confeienie of
miners and operators.
"Wo believe the President will
be able by culling a conference
to settle Ihe difference beiwecn
miners and oliilulors und end
tho present aim itli'll." tSrcce,
said, uddlng, ."there nre I Mi, mm
miners on strike, with Uiio.tiou
depeiideiiis, nil nf whom uie vir
tually deslllllle."
While not t-oiii mil t Intt himself
definitely. Ciinlldiie assured the
delegation Ihul he would discuss
with the di'purtmi'Ut of labor Ihe
lliesllolt of u riillfori toe. (Ireell
said.
MAUMIU'lF.l.lt Jl MTU'F
IS APIMITKI WII.IV
HAI.KM, tre. Nov. 21 lAP) -Waller
S. Wells was today ap
25
is the
right price
to pay for a
good tooth
paste
LISTERINE
TOOTH PASTE
Large Tube
25'
FOOT BALL FANS!!
STOP AT THE
MANX HOTEL
Ban Frnnctaro'n hnt
popular prlird hotel
on Powell St.. be
tween t!e.iry and ('.
Kurrell in th heart
of the theatrical din
Uli t and cloitti to all
down town ardvltl.Mi.
Itunnlnn levwater In
very room. Your
auto rherkrd at door
like l)4KHiKe. Our
diulnn room In con.
n t lion servca brenk
fnt 35 cent it, lunch
bi) renlH and dliiticr
0 cents.
"M ct Me at the Manx"
IIHH H-H--H-
THE KLAMATH NEWS
pointed Jostles of tho imucv at
Mnrslillelil, tre , by tlovoinor 1.
I., patieraon, tu succeed James
K Aiiilerson,
Christmas
Cards
Klamath Printing
Company
622 Klamnth Avonuo
Try Our
Luncheons
507
Hotel Willard
Coffee Shoppe
Howard R. Perrin
Designs and Plans
INDUSTRIAL AND
COMMERCIAL
RUILDINOS
IV Mopk lllua. I'hi.Be kVMW
COME TO SAN FRANCISCO
FOR THE BIG GAMES
Every week.eitd the foothall talent of
tho eiatit arr itrn In aeilon In Hun
Krnncnro utij l'alo Alto. ColU'o anil
nunii-proM (nnim. The befit profiMi
ioiuil talent lu the country "chooav to
play" In thl illntrltt.
Tho fainoua "Ilrd (1 matte and Kr
ttlo .Nt'Vrrn will be aeon here with an
nil-Mar teum In Uerrmber, and Unmy
Krlidmnn will ntaka hl lullial wn
ern opt'nrtinco nt tho mun tliuw.
(ieorKe Wilnnn. former Ilimky Mar,
and "Tut" Imlay, n Ion it wtlh other
niittunally known atara, will bn featur
ed In .Sunday fluamn at Kwlns Field.
"Hrlrk" Muller b service aro alnu bo
Ins MtsUKhl. Ho Hnd your week -coda
In t'au KraUilat-o and boo good (out
ball pameji.
Football Team Headquarter