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IMXNIRVKLT IX THE HOLK
HPniKOriEU), Oct. . Woodrow
WlUon In an address hare today Mid
that he waa not trying to
velt in hols."
Players Sized Up By
Giant's Pioneer Pitcher
Mathewaon Writes of the Qualities
of His Team Mates in World's
Championship Series Now On
(Continued from Pae 1)
Tha, IJIararr DIs-mI ha hamna In
limtid In baseball, aa the followlne
'put Rooao-jfrom that publication will Indicate:
I It waa the wonderful pltchlnt of
simply trying to .bow that "R"" Mrousrd that put tho New
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. w .. , . , . ...... ,. 'ion uiania lar enouan b ue lean
ho ha. th. truet." viewpoint." h. -Id. ,of . ,,. NiUoM bMMX
"We raaaotanVird to have npreeldeat ,,,,,, ,0 Mlbu th,m t0 noM thtlr
with that viewpoint. He gets hi noaltlon through the long alump they
Ida, for th. regulation of monoid took during tha latter part ot the
... . auttimar Ktit am rkalaa fl
nllM rrntn lha kniumn nr ma Ku
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but one Cbarlea Tetr.au.
generally known aa "Jeff." la tha
twlrler who la expected to be John J.
McOraw's .tar performer durlna- the
world, champlonahlp earlaa with the
Doaton Red So. Teareau'a pitching
MKXMCB PHUrORMAMCK OK THB
ttaJTMM-ClJUfAM COMPACT IS
WKIX RBCC1VF.B BV LARMK
A B4 crowd greeted the Manlon
Clamaa player at Houston opera
last night. Tha bill waa "Tha
lr Ue Nerta."
Mlaa KvaageUae Ctamaa gate
heaaUfal caaracterwetloa ot the role
of HHae, the 8eateb.-rre-.ch child of
th wHdeniat. Her clean rich voice
salhraBad bar hearer, better enun
ttachM havtas nrrer beam beard on a
CnHad Pre store
R-a-r.lt addreesed the factory ork-i ' . TV "."!?
. I. hair . .. i.. i. thi. i,i " ot-talkd.ot player In the
n-i-.. i"'. ,f ot e wo' country.
- -- lmjw . a aa a .
. MIIIVWI KB.U aBSIWeBrW SUV COUBK
ed upon to do their share of the Pitch-
'inc. and It la believed by baaeball
writers In New Tork and other East
ern dUea that tbey will be the ad-
Tcraarlea of Uedlent and O'Brien:
but Teareau will face "Joe" Wood,
Jake SUhl. great "apltball" heaver.
Mathewsoa. who. accordta to
Prank Chance, manager of tha Chi
cago Cubi. la the greateat Ditcher of
all time, aaya In tha New Tork Amer
ican that ha thtnka tha outcome of
the chaciplonihlp aerie la going to
depend largely upon the Missouri
colurtus. Chance belleree Teareau'a
great all-around phyalcal atrength
and power of endurance give htm a
alight adrantag orer Wood. It la
alto argued that Teareau la nearly al.
way. on the ofteaatve. whereaa Wood
pltchee on the defensive much of the
Urn. Teareau began Dltchlnc in
Ironton. Ho., and from tha very flrat
be ahowed wonderful apaed, but It la
eald ha waa aa liable to throw the
ball over tha crandaUnd aa over the
Plata. It waa the tutelage ot Coach
Roblnaon ot th OlaaU thu took the
wtldneaa out ot him and gate him a
fair knowledge of diamond taetlea.
Ha needed no coaching to make hlra
coo' -headed; for It la eald a regiment
of Arab cavalry could not eeare him.
We read la "Matty'a" article:
The battle between the two lead
ing club will be decided by their
pitcher. The race haa aettled down
to a quMtlon of twlrler.
Teareau Joined the New Tork team
lait aprlng. a youngaUr. and nothlaa-
much wa. eipected of him, aa It waa
hi Orat year out In fast locicty, and
ha waa auppoaed to become accl.m.t.
.d and veteranized by pitching a few
Jalea.Beaubein waa eUhed In pow.
erral maatery by Ban Clamaa. who
gve the noble youag Prench-Cana-dlna
a vWltty. eantioa and cool cour
ago upon which Improvement could
not well be made.
Prank Berk tare every touch
Beaded to aet ot to It height tha ac
compllahed Inaldloua villainy of He
OaaaM. the ctvtl eaglneer.
C. Frio atanlon gav a ttroag aad
reaHstle portrayal of HcTavUh, th
greedy, Inhuman. Scotch father of
Hilda, who boaated of hi Preabyter
lanlem aad hie kirk.
Otia Baton made a very bandaome
aad eoavladag Huntley, aad furntib
d many a tough with hla droll Amr.
all Oladya PulUr d.aerve much
credit for bar clover rendition ot the
character ot Betlete, the friend of
The compaay will praaeat th four
act eemedy drama. "Paid la Pull'! to-aaffct
ttSIUfS m MR
II UTHU CKM
gamea agalnat auch buh league cluba
aa the Doaton Nattoaala. But "Jet"
haa ittpped out from the flrt, aad
thown that ho baa all the auallftca-
tlon of a big league Ditcher, eici.t
experience, aad ha la rapidly acquir
The moat valuable aaset he poa
la hi ability to atay la there
and pitch, no matter how Uaht the
altuatloa get. He haa deaoattrated
Urn and again that ho haa the cour'
age of n atar, and courage la the Brtt
requisite of a treat Ditcher. Worn
a young twlrler la breaking Into the
big league the other club do every
thing to ruin him and toot hi norvo
"Jeff" haa only laughed at their
taunt, and they have not botherrd
hla at all.
Ilut now a the race narrow down
to the pull tor the wire much of th.i
pitching will fall on T.treau, and h
will likely carry the club along, alar-
quard, after hi brilliant start tbli
season, la not going ao well, and
seem to have lost hi form. It Is a
tough time for film to break, but all
the boys realise that It waa hi won
derful pitching In the lint part ot tho
season which gave th team the gr.it
lead It enjoyed for ao long, and
against which we are drawing W.
If It had not been for "Rube" we
would not be out there In front now.
But aomo one haa got to keep thu
team up ahead, aad I have great con
fidence In Teareau (or the Job.
I waa talklag to Dllly Rvans. the
American League umpire, recently,
and wa war discussing the prospects
for tho world' series. It bad alwaju
been my Impression that the Boston
Aaerlcaa League club waa eaay for
a l.ft-htndor to beat.
"The Red Box ought to bo prct:
soft for atarquard." I eunestet! 10
"It's a funny thing." h reDllcl.
"but tha man they fear moet ot th
Olaata la Teareau. That notion about
tha Red Box being eaay for a l.ft
hand.r la all wrong. There aro only
three Uft-handed hitters on tho team.
Speaker being one ot the trio, and
be fall, away aad bats a southpaw v
easily aa he doe a right-handed
pitcher. But tho Boaton bunch saw
Teareau work somewhere on an off
day. aad tbey all pegged hta as t
great pitcher. They thought that hU
tpltbalt lookod dangerous, aad real
ized that It had the speed and the de-
i opt Ire hop to It"
FORESTRY MAN SCHOOL DEBATE
MAX ROTHKCOEL ACCEPTS OP.
PER OF THE ARGF..NTINE UK
PUBLIC WILL BK AHHIHTAST
POKKHTKR OP REPUBLIC
GARDEN 8AQK. A
RaBfEBY FOR DA XIV
PALLING, FADED. ORAV
Th old Idea of using Saga for
darkening tho hair U again coming In
rogue. Our grandmother bad dark,
(lossy hair at seventy-five, while o.it
notaera are gray before they are flftr
Oar graadmotaer kapt their hair
oft aad gloaar with a "Sage Tea."
hlh also reatored tho aatural color.
Oae oojeetloa to using auch a
preaarattoa waa tha trouble of raak
ag It This objectloa has been over
(oa by Ue Wyeth Chemical Com
paay of New Tork, who has Disced
om ta market a taperier preparation J
or Bag, oomwned with Sulphur and
other valuable rested lee for dandruff.
Iteatag scalp, and thla, weak, falling
Max Rothkug!, foreat assistant of
the forestry office In Portland, waa
gratified tooay on receipt of an offer
by wire from the Argentine reoubllc
of a position as assistant forsetsr.
Mr. Rothkugel haa been In the city
about a week, going over the cruise
recently made under the direction or
the Klamath county court. He haa
copied thla cruise for the benefit of
The position which haa lust been
offered Mr. Rothkugel carries with it
a salary of 14,000, gold, per aaaua
aad expenses. Ho will lesve for South
America November 1st.
first; Lewis flle4 and Gardner went
out nt Irat. No runs.
Agatn th Olaata appeared la the
run cotuma. Murray tripled, MreM
fouled out; 11. nog sacrificed iml
Murray scored. Meyers singled .tnd
Ftelcher filed out. One run.
For the Sox 8tahl fanned, Wagn.r
filed out and Carrlgan went out nt
flrat. No runs.
One-two-three was the order of
business for tho (Hants In this Inning
Mathewaon, Bnodgrasa and Doyle fan
ned out. No runs.
Boston Increased her lead a llttlo In
the following manner: llooner sin
gled and atole second; Yerke. tripled
and Hooper scered: Speaker singled
once more, but Yerkes was caught oil
third, tetlrlng the side. One run.
Th. (Hints failed to add to their
total. Murray alnaled. and on trrlns:
to take socond when Murray filed out
waa caught. No runs.
For the Hox Lewis singled and ad
vanced a station on (lardnor's sacrj-
lice. Stall! and Waguvr went out nt
drat. No runs.
Again too (Hants drew n blank.
tlertog singled, and took second when
Meyers fled eut: Fletcher went out on
a llttlo pop-up, and Matthnuson fan-
nod. No runs.
In Uoston'e bait the Carrlcan went
out at flrat. Collin fanned, and Hoop.
er went out at first. No runs.
The (Hants took the load In tliclr
halt of tho eighth. Bnodjtraji was
safe at first when Lewis muffed Ids
fly; Uoylo alnaled: Decker forced
Doyle, but Murray doubled, scoring
Snodgrass and putting llcckcr on
third. Hall replaced Collins. Mcrkle
fouled out; llerrog doubled, scoring
Murray and Uecker. Meyers ended
the agony by going out at first. Three
Uostoa caae back by adding ono
run to their total In the following
manner: Yerkee filed; Bncaker out
at flrat; Lewis dobul.d, and stored
on Oardner'a long alnxle: Htaltl sin
gled, putting Gardner on third, white
Stahl atole second. Wagner fanned.
The OlanU tailed to connect In
their half of ttfe ninth. Fletcher went
out at first and Matbewsoa filed eut:
Snodgraaa walked and atole second,
Doyle walked, Decker walked, and
was forced out by Decker. No runs.
For Boston Carrlgan went out at
flrat, Hall fouled out and Hooper filed
out. No runs.
The (Hants added ono to their
total. Merkle tripled, lienor out
at first; Meyers walked: McCormlck
replaced Fletcher; McCormlck tiled
out, and Merkle scored on the nlar.
Matbewson filed out. One tun. '
llio Hox et.ncd things up ngiln.
Yurkc. went out at first: 8wiaker
tripled and scored when U'llion drm.
Pid the ball at the idate: Lewis Ciim.-1
forth with a double, but Gardner and)
Stahl went out at first. One run
IIKAli MMTATR fRANaVRtUI
Th. following realty transfers,
contracts, deeds, mortgagee, etc, re
cently Hied with the County clerk,
aro furnished by the City and County
John Htroyau to C, II. Hector, r
ranly deed, U), lot , block (is, oo-
mid Hot Hprlngs
I. O. De Up to A. A. Ilellman,
Mtrrnnty deed. 110, lot fl, block 81,
T. W. Stephens to A. A. Ilellman,
warranty deed, 110, WH of HWU.
J. W. MrCor tu 1'. O. Do bli aud
Austin Hay Jen. Warranty deed, ItO,
lotI, block S, Hot Hprlngs addition,
I', U, no lV t si to Anna aiaeni,
warranty deed, 110, lot I, block J,
(.'. F. Do I.nti to J. F. Magulru, war
ranty deed, 110, NU lots 4 and fl,
block IS, Flrat addition.
United Hlates to Krunia F. Maaou,
patent. CU NWtl, Wi KKK, Hec
C. H. Kennily to V. II, Farrow,
warranty dovd, tit), lot I, block Rr
i:.ut Klamath Falls,
I'stntr nf Milton tHout In A. U
.Marshall, ndmlnlttrator deed, 13,000,
U'H Hi:i and :' acres off west side
of KS IIIIU. Hec, 13-39-10.
The Klamath Development com
pauy tc I. F. Wilder, warrant deed,
110, lot 1, block SR. I.akevlew addi
Jacob Htunk to Aid Martin, iinll
claim deed, 110. I.'H Nl!. U'S
NKU.NU'U HKM, KS NI.'V, HVi,
I). W. Itran and wlf U.wv li"m
rending the past few days In the rlty
on buslneM and vlsltlne friends They
left Tuesday In their aulu ftr their
home In the Wood Itltcr Valley i
Tho K. nt I'. LndKn will meet to-
nllht nt 7:30. Dim candidate will
he given the mysterle of the rank of
Kv.rybody'a doing It. What! Sub-,
scribing for The Herald, of course. 1
.10 fe4 oa Mala street, awVaolio coa- i
crete bnlldlagl Be(I taroas. It'e'
near the reailer of baslasse, aadl
gettlaglbetler all tho Mat. Prlea
aia,ooo, tensm. Mesne of tho heat
vacant lot oa Mala street. Coat
la aid talk It aver.
Next In American Hotel. I'linmt (Mil
iriKi-mv vuu.- u.. .. .. cni weni in tno oox ror the
......., wa.ir.r, ur iar, fllnnts In Half. nl.r. o
STATE LEAGUE A8HION8 HUH- wu hit by a pitched ball; Doyle fan-
JECTH TO THE DIFFKnKXT DI8- n ' and finoJr nt out trying to
steal socond; Decker walked und was
ml aa rmilartit at.atla.. -..- J .
.v vswAuk mtvAiiu awunu. esu runs.
The Sox aho fstllea lo scort. War.
iDsn'tPay Money fitOarkiiess
TKICTS IX THE STATE
EUdENE, Oct 9. The executlvu
committee of tha High School Debit'
log Lesgue haa selected ths following
questions for this year's centests:
CotnmbU Rlvar DUtrlct Kesolred.
That the Presldeat of the United
SUte Should Da Nominated nn.i
Elected by Direct Vote of the PonU
Coos Bay DUUIct Resolved. Thnt
Immlgratloa to the United fltit.,i I. .-..'.
-- a sua i(i u
8houU Be Further noslrlcted bran n ,
BdueaUoaal Test. i
uer, larngnu and fled lent weru nut
out at first th the ono-two-threo aider
The gnmo was called at tho end of
tho eloventh Inning on nccount of
darkness, and will be Played nrf on
.the Boston diamond tomorrow
Run anil Hlta by Inning
12M56783 10 11
Now York 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 ii l o
II. II. . . 1 2 0 2 o i I s n
The beauty of th hair depend
mwt oa It rich, even shading than
aaythlag else. Don't have dry. harsh
' hair, warn a simple, harmless
reaaady will briag back Ue color In a
low aaya; aad doa't be tormented
draff, lUalag scalp aad loose
Wrath's Sago aad Sul-
TO OWN APPAIRS
Ualted Proa Service
ST. PETKRIBURO. Oct. 9 B.
cause a pollcemaa at Rica had no or.
ders to tura off water faucet In the
offices of th aanual fair committee,
the whole building was flooded and
the other teaaata are now .ulnc the
authorities for damages.
A sergeaat Quartered la the hullrt.
lag told oa of hi men to turn on
Ue water for a bath. The aarecant.
boa aver, was called away by a mea
ns from tb provincial covernor.
The Dolleemaa waa fnuai t.4i
If color, ealmlr beaMa the m,i.ia ...t. .-a
hair. refused to turn th tan ,, ..
your ders from hla saaariar. -''
a SUte System noSTON, Oct. 9.-A thousand poo-I "V"? " .pU,B' bow '
" Pie waited .11 night for the seat Sa7, C0.m,p,,W ,r0,Ud t,0bM-
trlct-Resolved. ,0 start .hi. mo'nln,? At o'effr'"?0'' "If"'8'' ." "!
Oregon Should thl. mornlnr it ... ...Vl. ?C..rln ' "'ne of lb. Kdl.
there wero 8,000 people waiting.
-a.w,a WIHVH 1llUin IUSU TM.' w . ..
.. . nj..... . . ' y B WBe
-.. t. - . . " if " a ,,nlu '" 8rviee
vwmtrmutw rniura ui m huta NVBliiii
of Taxatloa for Oregon.
Central Oregon District
That th BUt of Oregon Should
Adopt a Compulsory SUte Insurance
Law for the Compensation of Cm.
ployoa Injured la Haxardoua Industries.
SUte QuMtloa Resolved That tl.o
UnlUd States Should Maintain e
The executive commltUe ineiut,.a
SUt SupariaUadtat L. R. Alderman,
SaUm; President P. L. Campbell of
the University of Or.xon. Eucane-
Cornslla Marvin, Salem; C, A. How.
ard, Coqullle; R. W. Kirk, CorvallH;
W. R. Rutherford, McMlnnville, and
Assistant Profssor It. W. Pr,-,.it
I of tbo Uql varsity, kageae.
VQti DBA nttT.ts.JihtlMsul easliA
lamp you ar. paying cant, out of
ov.ry dollar for darknes.. Use Kdl-
son Maida lamps and (urn your whols
dollar's worth of current Into Itrht.
Put an Kdlson Maida lamn wh.r-
rvor you havo a carbon lamp, and you
will get three times as much light
without spending a cent more for
Come to our atore today and see
I Kdlson Matda lames nave rerolu.
linnUed electric llghtln. for homes,
stores, offices; factorlos. They are so
durable that th.y are used on auto
mobile and fast trains. They burn
iu any position, flt any aocket. m.
uircurrenL They are made In all
.sliesXwItli plain, bowl frosted or
morning. At o'eineu 7 " "ow u ',jr' ," "" nd live
morning it waa estimated .....r'"'"" ralttn! of "ion Maida.
Call u. now-
fit th ram-
FOR BALK A flae usrlcht Dl.n,,
flit; coat BOW ISM'. We undersell
Baa Fraaalaaa andluiaal. Bn.
.. ... .7' ... -"
jaacs bsumo v..U ttaia St. -9-lt
Becker Jary Ready
I NEW TORK, Oct. . The Becker
Jury was sworn In this morning. Thu
members are pronounced most latal
tlgent. All are married. Becker Is
VrnnV A !&. . i m.. .
(- otiitcjir waa iu i iip..iiv rrntn i a.
tlioranch which bears his name, iThe Electrical Man Oil ag.l.
JBVi?.rytf.Ita; In AukIo
Hole lleflrrsentiitlru uf
BliermaU Cluy A n,' t'tiino,
(he Hieluwny and other Iraillug
I'lanoH. other make, m mod-
.erwle (irkeH. Tuning mid rennl..
ivum; si'i'ivi in,,,...
oLlvi.ii TVPi:viiiTi:i( a.m.
Vinoil TALKI.YO MACIII.VK
Ikxibe, HtMl(om-ry mid Pluurr
KUMTH fAtlS MHMC HWtE
719 Main Street.
Hi .M.UWK.N, Proprietor
aaai a a. aa am .a, aa, a aa-ar ar v a a , . mm-
BTa-aiiL 2 iinnrr a.asa inwniiM sr-i..-
! alcohol a Ionic? Nol l It make Ow Wood pure? NniF?'
It air-million IliM lunlM'Mnl la Tua.'. 7 il"' ...1"l Do.
v t TC7 u mXisir hii" ',2"t' 0a)ar'tt a tonle?
the nerves? Yc.l By wklnif yfOr doctor yoii can l!.lna,he"
about Ihh family medfelnc" Fotfjw hit gdvlcc. K'3fg
for tbo whol. family u u,,
liolug a romforubl. ,w
towing balance l. th,,,,,"
,-haBk. Kvwy new deposii uT
XT ot co""'"t
which Ihera cant, no realhsll
Plnea. You ought to hare iuI
. book, wh, am ,.., h ;2
gl oa today!
Ffrst trust and Savings Bank
Klamath Fall!, Oregon
Ml .,. C.K
VI i iJawtvieei
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AVE YOUR SHOULDER
In the Rmaaatea-UMC AiBnlnaiaaa Shoiam. th. Uk i.
used la wwk th acaW Ssad lor a avobon-pirure loolJrt
lesasg now. r
Shoot ReHbla.lJlAr Nm CXA. CVJ I c.
Factory Loaded Shot drail (or speed plus pattern m any mas
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Braudway, , N.w York
1 THir.H la Kaait m.,A aajaalt In k. at I
YY mercy of uncerlaia rainfall, or to have '
an ample supply m water always ai
pB4l to provide the best crowing conditio
for your crops? The decision b in your hinds.
Yo can be independent of rainfall. You can
control the water supply m your farm by
iutallinir a pumpliiK outit operated by a
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The I H C engine line ie connpletc Every
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engine, air and water-cooled, stationary,
portable or mounted on skids, in nizss from
1 to 50-horae power, or tractor in 12, 15, 20,
25 and 45-horie power nlgee. I II C engines
are mad to operate on gas, gasoline, kcroneoc,
- naphtha, distillate or alcohol, using u hichevcr
fuel ie cheapest or most convenient. Also,
(here ar sawing, spraying and grinding out
fits, etc. The same engine which doei your
irrigating will run any of yr farm jnachlno.
The I H C local dealer can secure thoMil
engineering knowledge and advice. With bi
jusiitance yo can put in an irrigating plant
I hat will assure you the beat chance of con
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