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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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"2 Engine n lift
OVER 250,0 o farmers
bought trie "Z" engine.
They know it is power
ful, dependable and practically
fool-proof truly o great en
gine. 5 But now 9e announce
the one addition which could
possibly improve the "Z" per
formance Bosch high tension,
oscillating magneto ignition.
5 So let us show y?u in detail
this greater engine value. 5 Our
service to jteu is remarkably
complete end we are assisted
by a nearby" Bosch Service
Station. 5 Prices IJH-P
$75.00 3 H. P. $125.00
Carried in Stock by
G. C LORENZ
IF MIXED WITH SULPHUR IT
DABKEXS SO NATURALLY XO
BOD3T CAN TELL
The old-time mixture of Sage Tea
aad Sulphur for darkening gray,
streaked and faded balr Is grand
aaotbers recipe, and' folks are again
wing It to keep toejt -balr a good.
ran color, which is quite sensible
as we are living In an age when s
youthful appearance is of the great
Nowadays, though, we don't have
the troublesome task of gathering the
cage and the mussy mixing at home.
All drug stores Bell the ready-to-use
nrruftit ImnrAVAil tiv tha Qririltfnn nl
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WASHINGTON. April 13- Joint
organization of management mul em
ployes "as a hum ns of preventing
misunderstanding mul of securing
co-operative. effort" throughout
American industry is proposed by
I the Industrial Conference appointed
, by President Wilson In a report to'
The conferees In their report state
that they have modified the tentn
1 me plan of machinery to adjust ills-'
putes In general Industry by coufer
! ence, conciliation. Inquiry and urbi
, tratlon, announced by the conference
' on December 29, 1919, and that they
I have endeavored to develop methods
of prevention rut her than adjust
' ment of labor dittlcultles. The modi
I lied nlan. devised since the confer-
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for 'collective bargining with only
incidental and limited arbitration."
The plan has been extended to cover
disputes affecting public utilities oth
er than steam railroads, and also to
government and other public employees.
in uuumuu me repun uuuijzes iuuj
development of industrial relations, .
hours of labor, women In industry, I
child labor, hauslng, wages, profit-1
sharing and gain-sharing, thrift,
agencies, inflation and high cost of j
living, agriculture, unemployment,
and a public employment clearing
Causes Set Forth
The causes of Industrial unrest are
set forth as Including "the rise in the
cost of living, unrestrained specula
tion, spectacular instances of exces-,
sive profits, excessive accumulation
land misuse of wealth, Inequality and,
j readjustment of wage schedules, re-'
lease of Ideas and emotions by the
war, social revolutionary theories!
imported from Europe, the belief!
that free spech Is restricted, the in-,
termlttency of employment, fear of
unemployment, unnecessarily high
infant mortality in industrial cen-'
tcrs, loss of personal contact in large
Industrial units and the culmination
of a growing belief on the part
both employers and employes that a
readjustment is necessary to a
wholesome contlnuulty of their unit
April 15, 16 and 17, 1920
JUST ONCE A YEAR
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Grander, More Gigantic and Stupendous Than Ever
MAMMOTH THREE RING CIRCUS DISTINCTIVE FEA
TURES ON EACH OF THE THREE FLOORS OF THE ELKS'
TEMPLE SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE LADIES NEW AND NOVEL GAMES HAVE BEEN
SECURED FROM ALASKA, CALIFORNIA, NEVADA AND
THE SOUTHERN STATES PRIZES RANGING FROM
MERCHANDISE AND FARM PRODUCTS TO LIVESTOCK
ONE HUNDRED EMPLOYEES (Without Salary)
FIVE THOUSAND PERFORMERS
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
with each Industry, the report says,
but in each establishment. "There
fore the strategic place to begin bat-
other Ingredients, called "Wyeth't ' tie with misunderstanding is within
on ; kjmjm$mx:
' however, refuses voluntarily to sub
j mlt the dispute to the processes of
.. .- .itn.tmoiit n wppinnal
Industrial problems vary not only .me pian o. j'. - , ," th"
Hoard or inquiry ib iumucu u, .....
Sage and Sulphur Compound" fot
about 50 cents a bottle. It Is verj
popular because nobody can discover
it has been applied. Simply moisten
the industrial plant itself. Primar-
111. WttA obMlnmont must tnma fpnm '
the bottom not from the top." The uWe t0 publlC Pln,n-
Hegional chairman of two cruploers
and two employes from the industry
and not parties to the dispute. This
board may subpoena witnesses and
I records and publish its findings as a
conference, In expressing its appro-
14, 1920, at Moose hall.
Initiation, banquet and I
important business. '
By order of Dictator, I
scientific treatment by hospital meth
ods of medical, surgical and obstet
The sew and modern fireproof build
ing contains private rooms for bed
and ambulatory cases, completely
equipped 'examination and treatment
xoomB, Roentgen Ray, clinical and
WARREN HUNT, M. D.
L. L. TRUAX, M. I).
GEO, A. MASSEY, M. D.
FOURTH AND PINE ST3.,
KtAMATH FALLS, ORE.
your comb or a soft brush with It and Val of "employe representation" says The National Industrial Board In
draw this through jour hair, taking I jt jB not a field for legislation, be- Washington would have general ov
one(6mall strand at a time: by morn- cause the form which such repre- ersight of the workings of the plan
tag the gray hair disappears, but sentatation should take may vary in which in addition to being applica-
wnat aeugnts the ladles with wyeth't every plant. For this reason the ble to public utilities, provides ma
Sage and Sulphur Compound, Is that ! recommendation is directed solely to chlnery for "prompt and fair ad
besides beautifully darkening the hall j managers and employes. Justment of wages and working con
after a few applications, it also pro- I ,.If the Jomt organization of man- dltions of government employes."
duces that soft lustre and appearance ' agement and employes in the plant The plan Involves no penal ties, It Is
of abundance which Is so attractive or ,ndustry falIs t0 reach the coliect. said, other than those Imposed by
ive agreement," says the report, "or PUuH? opinion. It does not Impose
L. O. O. M. NOTICE , If wltllout such Joint organization, j compulsory representation. It does
fAi. , .... disputes arise which are not settled not deny the right to strike. It does
All members and Visiting by existing agencies, then the con- not submit to, arbitration1 the policy
members are asked to be ference proposes a system of settle- ot ''closed" or "open" shop.
Present Wednesday. AdHI ment through a National Industrial Regarding "employe repreeenta-
uoara, iocui uegionai conference " 'i,u" " "'u j.
and Boards of Inquiry. has been discussed under such dlffer-
An American I'lan ent names and formes as shop com-
I This plan which the conference mittees, shop councils, worn coun-j
says is "based upon American exper- ells, representative government In
'lence and designed to meet American ' industry and others, but the Confer-1
' conditions" Is national in scope and ence says it prefers the generic term
oneration and vet lpcntrallzpri. it having In mind the successful appll-
is said to be different from any thing cation of the principle to the various
in operation elsewhere and employs activities outside, as well as within
, no local authority except the right of the purely Industrial field.,
. -. . . .. . - . At ) -., il.n n
.inquiry, its basic idea Is stimula- "Tneso HuggeBiioiiH, aj i -.
tlon to settlement of peace by the port, referring to the help which the
j parties in conflict and the enlistment Conference received from both em
i of public opinion toward enforcing ployers and employes, ''clearly pro
, that method of settlement. ' ceed from a genuine desire that this
I The Regional Adjustment Confer- movement for democratic represen-
A thoroughly equipped institution ence Ppose a board to consist ot tatlon as a substitute for direct per
n.j.n ...,.ii.i ...Hi,!.. .. .u- I four representatives selected hv tho sonal contact, may spread In accord-
ai.uiuutb UIICMCIICU 4ttW!lV4CS iu, illU - - . ,! u
parties to tne dispute, and four oth- llnco wuu huuhu iuiumi "-
ers In their Industry chosen by them kept from perversion wnicn would
and familiar with their problems. It threaten the Idoa's lasting useful-
would be presided over by a trained ness by making it an agency of at-
government ofllcial, the Regional tack rather than a means to penco "
chairman, who would act as a con-' The Idea of "employe ropresontn-
dilator. If an unanimous agreement tlon," the report says, has aroused
werereached, it would result In a col- opposition from two sources, viz:
lectlvo bargain having the Bamo cf- Employers who still adhere t.i the
feet as if reached by Joint organiza- theory that labor Is a commodity, a
tlon in the shop. view which is Baid to be steadily dis-
Faillng to agree unanlmoutly the appearing, and trade union leaders
matter, with certain restrictions, who regard shop representation as n
would go to the National Industrial subtle weapon directed against tho
rtnnr.1. linlnaa ihn fllamtlnnta nmf... llntnna
ed n mutually chosen umpire. I No Sure IHiiuicen
! Jt.. t .1 !-. .. . ..I . ..! 1 .1
j aieunwwiie uotn ionics to tno ' "Employe representation, uiu
d'lsputo have agreed that there shall , Conference says, offors no royal
bo no Interference with production road to Industrial peace. No em-
pending the processes of adjustment, ployer should suppose that merely
If the parties, or either of them I by Installing some system of shop
representation he can be assured,
without continued effort, of harmony
and Increased production. Doubt
less there will be fnilures where the
plon is adopted as a fad or a pana
cea. It Is only a means whereby
slnclrlty of purposo, frank dealing
and the establishment of common In
terests, may bring mutual advan
tage." Relative to collective bargaining,
theConferenco "sees In a frank ac
ceptance of this principle the most
peace," and states that it believes
that the great body ot the employers
of the country accept that principle.
The difference of opinion, it says, ap
pears in regard to the method of
representation. Bargains of certain
kinds between employers and em
ployes do not lend themselves read
ily to legal enforcement and tho
Conference therefore expresses tho
belief Unit, for the present at least,
(Continued on pago 7)
Drinking a Glass
of Hot Water is
a Splendid Habit
Cleanse and sweeten the system
each morning and wash away
poisonous, stagnant matter.
enfarcoment must rest substantially lesH," tho report snys, "tho Hold is
upon "good fnlth." j ono in which sincere experiment may
Regarding hours of labor, the ml(1 tt ,,!l1 knowledge of deslroblo
Conference states thut experience Procedure."
has demonstrated that they should tlillil Induration
bo fixed In Industrial establishments1 Touching on the Kubjcct of child
"ot a point consistent with the labor, the Conforenci sa) ''slicor
health of tho employes and with'
proper opportunity for rest and rec-l
rcatlon. there bolng in all cases pro
vision for ono day's rest In seven."
Demand Adequate Wage
The Conference further finds that!
from the standpoint of public inter
est ''It Is fundamental that the basic
wages of all employes should bo ade
quate to maintain tho employe and
his family In reasonable comfort and
with adequate opportunity for the
education of his children. When the!
wages of any group fnll below this
standard for any length of tlmo, tho
situation becomes dangerous to the
well-being of tho stnte." As for
profit sharing being regarded as n
complete solution of industrial prob-.
loms, tho Conference says that while
It has "promised in some dirotlons,
It cannot by Itself, bo considered to
bo of far-reaching effect. Novorthc-
Don't roller! Get a dime pack.
of Dr. James' Headache
You can clear your head nnd rrllovo
i dull, splitting or violent throbbing
tiiMidurlio in n moment with a Dr.
lames' Heudaclio Powder. This old
time heiiriarlie relief nets nlmoat magi
-ally. Send eorno ono to the drug Htoro
.mw for a dime piiikago nnd a few mo
i. tnti! nf.er you take a powder you
vill wonder wliat became of tho lie.id
eho, luiirnlKia and pain. Stop 8UlTer
i H'n needlthu. I r,. you get wlint
. 'ii ihl for.
Those of us who are accustomed to
feel dull and heavy when wo arise;
splitting headache, stuffy from a cold,
foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stom
ache, lame back, can, Instead, both
look and feel ns frdsh as a daisy al
ways by washing tho polslons and
toxins from tho body with phosphated
hot water each morning.
We should drink, beforo breakfast,
a glass of hot water with a teaspoon
ful of limestone phosphato in it to
flush from tho stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowels tho provious dny's indi
gestible waste, sour bllo and poison
ous toxins; thus cleansing, swoeton
Ing nnd purifying tho ontlre alimen
tary tract before eating more food.
Tho action of limestone phosphate
nnd hot wnter on an empty stomach
Is wonderfully Invigorating. It cleans
out all of tho sour fermentations,
gases, wasto and acidity nnd gives ono
a flno jippotlto for breakfast. A
quartor pound of limestone phos
phato costs very little at tho drug
storo, but Is enough to mako anyone
who is bothered with biliousness
constipation, stomach trouble or
rhoumatlBm an enthusiast on Internal
A FITTING TRIBUTE
iaaappAKisv4 . i
to the dead may be or
dered here with every
confidence that the
work will be carefully
and artistically execut
ed. We erect monu
ments in all styles from
the plainest to the more
.and sketches furnished
on request. '
Klamath Falls Marble & Granite Works
GEORGE D. GRIZZLE, Prop.