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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
RED GROSS OFFICIAL
APPROVES SEAL SALE
Or. Livingston Fajpantl, Chair
man of the Central Committee,
American Red Cross, Expresses
Hope That Public Will Give
SALE IS NOW UNDER WAY.
More Than C3O.000.C00 Genie Must Da
Disposed of to Incurs the Success of
I the Nation-wide Educational and
Preventive Campaign of the Nation
al Tuberculosis Association In 1620
Of Criminal Carelessness
if you have neglected' securing sufficient, Jiferinsur
ance to amply protect your dependents after you are
gone. Wby; not, cprrepti your; mistake today,?.
What would they do should you die tonight?
geo. e. :vme&
"The Life Insurance' Man"
PmJ&S Manager for
The Mutual Life, Insurance .Gompaanyl of. Neyf Xfk
You can buy nothing better in life insurance than
pne of our qontracts.
Phone 78 IIKIR
'irver Klrt Ktatc it Having Bank
Klnnxlb Fill, Ore.
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WASHINGTON. Ie.c 16t Crea
llon of an additional, office, of As
liiUnt.EecreUrjoit' Laior, with Juris
diction over all(j Immigration mat
ters, deportutlon of,n'llou, draft slack
ers and strengthening of the,. border!
pairpi service, against unqcBirumen,
a're among the recommendations
made by Commissioner General Cam-
InAlll nt r lMmlinaMnn Ililrnnll In
'"VIII U IIIU . Illlillf), IVII MHH-M I
fits annual report.
Suggestions that Immigration bo
"tispended completely" wpro opposed
by the commissioner on the. ground
that It would hAVo an "Injurious, ef
fect upon our efforts to further, Am
erican commerce and enterprse In
foreign countries. Continuance, of
war-time passport vise regulations
and assignment of Immigration bur
eau representatives at consular of
fices to aid In, excluding undesir
ables wns urged Instead.
Only two aliens wero excluded
'rom the United Stntes during the
'iscal year on nnurchlstlc grounds,
while 37 aliens In the same class
were expelled from the country nndj
55 are now uwnltlng deportation, TO
'each American citizens who en-
gage .in similar propaganda (th re
port urges, that "'the tKts.jprqh.lbUJ!
by the anarchistic provisions, of, the
Immigration. laws" be made criminal
Deportation-IB ''noty pjird,snjent(
for 'crime"1 but merely, allowa the.
alien anarchist! to. change. hi; field of
activity, the rtiport-Bad and aded
thatdttwatto bahpped that) ''the ,lo,V
of 'the1 anarchist will njpt so contn;
ue, but' that, by. the cqmmo.n, consent
of civilized nations BomeWng.mojre
may., bo. dona. to. proyldej forjbader
quate' punishment as.-an Intejrnatlon,
An additional1 Assistant Secretary
o( Labor, together with a.largervleg.
al and administrative staff) Is, re
commended on the ground that. It
would' obviate, delays nowr encoun
tered within the. department, The nr
rest during tho year of many inad
missible Japanese and Chinese, as
well ns soverni alien enemies, w-ho
hail, been smuggled IntoHhe country,
prompted tho, proposal to strength
ei border patrol forces,
"The burenu now has a small
forco doing effective work along that
line on the borders of Canada and
Mexico and on our coasts, but this
ncedH to be materially increased"
tho, report said.; "This class of. work,
needs experienced officers who will
devote tholr entire time and all their
onorgtes to the task."
A proposed new immigration law,
submitted by Mr. Cnminettl, would
put tho burden of proof of admissi
bility upon persons seeking to enter
the United Stntes, and provide for
DON'T SAY "OVERALLS," SAY
,v ' Ur lwl nb-aN iM I ir
They will give you the service They are Union
Made and have a number of features over other
makes of overalls. First is the material from which
they are made; second, all seams are felled and
triple stitched j third, cord-bound button holes and
full cut in seat. Last, they are Union Made.
We handle the complete line.
"1 ain't mad at nobody"
Or. Livingston Fnrrnnrl, exec
utive lii'ud (if Hie American
Iti'd Cn.xA. lino irlvi-n 1j Ir, un
ijmilli;Ml endorsement of the
HUH Hid Cross ClIrlntiiiiiM' K;il fuIc,
vvlilcli Ik now under way and which
will extend for ten days under the
auspices of (he National Tuberculoid.
ahsociuiioii nnu us l.uoy nined orpin
Irntlons. A fund of more than "$(l,.r0(V
out. which will be uvqd In the WM !
iicntloniil and preventive campaign,
wllj be rulsed through the sale of the
Acquainted' as he Is with oil ques
tions of general health community Ira
pnvemcnt and relief hccn use of the
nnjiirc of'iils wpr'kniid qfliee,r Llr.! Far
rund's eiidorscmeuT, I; bus'd'up'on an
expert Hiiojvllge of twhatthe Nor
tlpjial Tuberculosis Association; has ac
wjtjipllsiied nnd'vifl accotnp'ifth(-"ln the
fiRun'. Ills letter to prf (.Thftrlf; .p
Hatfield. Manai;lnB;Irecor of,tlp Na
tlojial Tuberculosis Association, fol fel fol
eows: '. " !' ljlW
ft tin 'kiwm', IMIlM((nlMAAknjl't In'
nifv inmririaiiuii 111 uiukiub ir we uir
o(,ChrUtmai Seals. dur) U,cwHlnR
holiday ueason. Tne'nurt'PM of that
efjprt Is tndjlapejnubje tcthjcarWiJpj.
ouj offhVarrec1ingplnns"of the
Association in lu ngbt agulnat tuber-CTloslajIp.UilS-cpnfltrjr
' n $ i
wth the'ndtlous of Burope, are be
coming aroused to the critical Impor
tance of. the. problem' of, vitality, and
Moservatlon of litnlth, as tbe,,nece-,
nn 'tiik'ar Vn ' rK!lihiliiiiln(' fh
i world after the devaJHtpb?aad'.(de-i
.struct Ion fCausjp byc thewar, -JDf all
ue iirrTt-iiiniiij. uimmBeis luoercniovii
tuMya perhaiw the llmnplacf rfn Vmpor
lauce. For that rru son 1 view with
keenest a.vmpatli.v and approval tltc
pieudld work wlijch, the National Tu
befculosls AHeoi'uilpn Is conducting.
mtia I trust that Mile response or1 the
American people In the Christmas Seal
Canpagn' wj be generou and'onlver
4(i 8lhceryyou!, , ' ' '-'
(SlrnedjV UVflSTON KARJlAND.
"Clialrfnan, Central Committee, Amer.
lean lied Cross-'.' .
4 HEALTH BONOS POfOLAf1-;.,,
rt r'WVi t LWisP1,R19-
If . It'N'ir'W 9jriJjftr,rftt(mej'ii5?i
iiUetlnrwItra,. reodfjge,,, Tte bona,
are In grudfaete).'denomluatlour. the.
smallest being for $5. In the past'
sine of the large business houses and
ofbVr large contributors found it diffi
cult to use up the number ofj Hed
Cross Seals their subscriptions called
fr. Tlie bonds huve been Issued for
the convenience of large subscribers
apt! the proceeds of Uielr sale will be
used for the same purpose as the
ChVlstinas Seal funds tlijf flnacjp
of Uiel0effortfo"'reduce' the hum'
ber of deaths from tuberculosis. In 'the
United States. I-nstyear the disease
claimed 160,000 lives.' Tie health
bonds can be obtnli'ied rom srhte und
locnl tuberculosis ossoclutlons. .
registration of all aliens and a pro
batlonnl status for those whose ad
missibility Is not clearly establish
ed. The law would add to the ex
eluded class aliens who "practice,
ndvocato, tench, sanction or encour
age the extortion of money or prop
erty," aimed at members of black
Commenting upon the number of
"picture brides" who have come to
this country from Japan, the report
declared the gentleman's agreement
with 'that country hail "not brought
the degree of restriction which
might have been, and probably was,
anticipated by those who took part
In tho negotiations," but that this reT
suit ''grows out of the terms of the
agreement rather than the manner
of Its observance."
FIItST QLIVES SHIPPED
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Dec. 16.
Oroville, California, lays claim to
the distinction of shipping the first
olives from California to the east
ern markets this season. The ship
ment was made by the Pacific Coast
Mercantile Co. of that place, '
OltKQON AOIHCULTUIIAL COL
LEOE, Corvallls, Doc. 1C Klamath
Knlls Is represented by 18 of the
!90G studonts now registered nt the
college. This Is a now mark In to
tnl enrollment un fncreaso of 8C
per cent over the figure for tho cor
responding period in 191G-'7, tho
jlnst normal chol year. Despite tho
fuct that class, laboratory and' of
fice room has Jjoon at such a pre
mium that every available space In
basement and garret has been util
ized, u high .standard of efficiency
has bctta maintained.
Many students' attending O. A. C.
were graduated from the' Klamath
County high school. ' Among them
are Allan W. McComb, senior In agr
iculture, and cadet colonel for the
II. O. T. C; McComb's sister, Miss
Mary L. McComb, a Junior In home,
economics and member of Delta
Zeta; Austin M. Case, whose par
ents live at Mountain Lakejunior,
manager of Theta Ch.1; T. W. Dpl-j
zell, son off Postmaster Delzell,' fresh
man In agriculture and a Sigma Nu
pledge; Kobert E. Elliott,, freshman
in electrical engineering; Earl Hum
phrey, son of George Humphrey,
county, sheriff, sophomore in 'elec
trical engineering and member of
Kappa Delta 'Sigma; 'Agnesi M.v Mc
Cornack, daughter of-'Krank McCor
naclf, county commissioner, regis
tered in muslS; Earl -"Wl Mack Whofee'
parents reside: at Spring Lake" a;
sophomorg, In' agriculture; Clarence
V. Montgomery, commerce; .and
Harry A. Prather, junior In Phar
macy, member of, Theta Cbl. ' '
Gladys Lennox, formerly' of Rose-
burg and now bf Klamath Falls, is
a, senior In home economics, and
manager of Chi Omega sorority. Au
drey E, Bradbury, pharmacy, and
Eldfan H Cooper, chemical engineer
ing, are sophomores in the institu
tions. Students enlsring the col
lege this year include E. L. Cantrall,
mechanical engineering; John L. El
liott, electrical engineering; Allen B.
Lloyd, Industrial arts; Kenneth S-:
Perry,., chemical, engineering, -and
Mildred L. Thrasher,' commerce.
While war1 conditions'" brought
about an Increased1 Interests' in'l&Kri-
culture nad caused" unprecedented;
Influx of students in the school of
agrlcuUure--totaV regf sfraYlon Hi 5
engineeTlng.- in, its various branches
leads in popularity at." the 'college.
Students studying civil, electrical,
mechanical, mining and highway en
gineering number 810. Forestry ind
logging- engineering- hv- represented
byl'77 and industrial arts by 25 Uu
dents. Farm mechanics In the
school of agriculture1, wnichvhas bd
an abnormal growth, owes its pres;
ent popularity tbheivy .purchases
of tractors. ahdVolherpow'exj ma,chn,
ery in. the last-two years byvfarmers
of the northwest.
An Increase of approximately-,1 B0
per cen.t. in engineering enrollment
over registration In. th,e,. fall of 1916,
Is largely attributable to the tact
that the Importance of engineering
in winning-the worldw war is fully
realized, points out Dean G. A. Co
veil of the school of engineering.
The greatest need In "Oreon is for
highway engineers. Because of the
elaborate road building program the
demand is not "supplied. Graduates
in other fields of engineering also
have no difficulty In obtaining re
Gain in number of students is
shown in practically every division
and department. cThe school of com
merce has 543, home economics 497,
pharmacy 154, school of mines 83.
In the schosl of music 35 are regis
tered in the full four-year course,
while 160, who are majoring in oth
er branches, take incidental instruc
tion in music.
The high quality of work done
this year is noticeable. Most of the
2906 students are high school grad
uates or have been transferred from
other colleges cr universities. In
crease in faculty has been necessi
tated by heavy enrollment In some
departments, and no pains have been
spared In obtaining the best talent
available. Men lead women 2070,
to 634. The freshman class num
The number of applications . for
state aid for ex-service men sent to
Salem for approval is'-90 6. The fed-
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NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
It Is commonly asserted that tho
Burmese all smoke, end that Bur
mese babies cry for a cigar Instead
of crying for the moon. This is not
so. But It Is quite common to see a
wot,"o UttleiV.boya. and' girls, in the
street making mud-pies and puffing
away at big cigars with equal enthusiasm.
Take advantage of the present price of
Woven Wire Fence
to meet your spring requirements.
We have recently received a car. rom the
factory and can take care of your specifica
tion at prices which cannot be duplicated
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"THE HQUSfrOF QUALITY, ,,
L t. v v V" " iviamatn rails, uregon-.
inem oril ftniifiovoj v;I j
MA -JP rj
m ?; ?"i --; d-i.-1-
Have, an Oil Heater
to take, 6S-thecn1Hfaenlt is
too warrif to' have'the furnace
going. We have them that are
as pretty, as, a picture, take
very, little ' oil' anaj".are;.gjia'ran
teed. to -be free from smoke or
smell. Don't wait, till. aU the
famtlyJhaye celdsJ: Get-one:to-
day' stWVh R, &VW
ROBERTS A HANKS
eral board' for, vocational education
nas sent 122, rehabilitations to O?
A. C, -'which-,- is reported to be the
largest number assigned to any in
stitution west of the Rocky mdun
faihs. A nuinberlbf ex-service' men'
have received scholarships from
'churches, -or, other, organizations,
1.'-Jr .i.itr ii . .v
uiuuuis wuiuu uia iuico wuueo ex
penses are being provided, by thei
supreme,, coupciljf of ; the, Knight? of
CoJumbus.' I ' 's '
That, the. college has a, reputation
oyer,"b,e country for efficiency is in
dicated by tfie fact that 129 stu
dentsnow in attendance1 were "trans
ferred- from ' 53' institutions. In! "'21-j
states an.d territories. The Univer
sity of Oregon leads ithe-list of trans
fers with 23. State, universities all
the' way from the Atlantic to the Pa-j
cific are represented.,
Due to lack of facilities at the
opening of the school year it is esti
mated that at least 200 persons who
applied $or entrance returned- home
or- entered other institutions. The
congested condition was relieved,
however, soon after when tho S. A.
T. C. barracks were converted into
a dormitory. With' accommodations
for 140 "additional students in this
building and increased rooming fa
cilities in Corvallls, it will be pos
sible to care for all persons who de
sire to register January 5 for the
work of the second 'term.
What Is being accomplished at the
college under adverse conditions' Is
considered remarkable by persons
who are familiar with the situation.
More room is needed for class, lab
oratory and' investigational work
and needed badly, It is pointed out.
Seven Instructors In one department
have been forced through lack of ac
commodations to use one room for
office and conferences purposes, and
this is typical of the crowded condi
tion in other departments.
T',-' '.Ayf. j m u . , j. V. " ' Mir, ;
SACRAMNTO, Cal., Dec. 16.
Sacramento valley tobacco growers
will meet In Sacramento on Decem
ber 18 ta make arrangements for
the erection of a big tobacco factory.
tt- 1 our intention, soon, to
establish in tfus community
c new tanr electric store for
WtWW ;C oJ hes
Lalley, Electric Light and
Power- PawsF'.',f'"?' . "'
This' tar'rofcctrftai'rtorc will'
ibc(and substantia) business.
Thi- tarn; ligUting'busi'ness'is
nfjutveijogniaed asl.onc.dt, the.
ureesi- in its possibilities ever
vievcioped' in tins country. -
Lalley Light dealers every-
j; where are? enjoywgr a larger-'
profit from the sale and in
nallooon of Lalley Lignt I
niuim- und the siibsea'ucnt
sa)V nf elrctrjcal and dumb
iisk equipmniLt than, they
nave 'experienced in any" pre-
y vious line of business.
Any live, aggressive firm or
individual who, realizes the
f.rrat future, of the, farm light
, me, ji$nesK.'u ths commun
ity is invited to writij us at
' once for our attractive Lalley
' Light dealer's proposition.
W subscription to The Evening
Herald for a prospective locator this
year, . might mean a Christmns
present for all of us next year.
Mmnufactured by Lalley Light
Corporation, Detroit., Mich
tan? U, S.A.j Capacity Ap.
proumately 1,000 Watta. Only
thra movinf parti. Watar-i
cooled Equipped with 16-cell
atoraie battery and' water
tank in use 10 yeara. Sold
largely in every civilised coun
try (he world ovot.
Lalley Electric Co.
93 First Street
t Portland, Oregon,