lu t jrfijnt,-ijJV-1, '1 THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON I'Anrc two MATUHDAY, MAItCH ID, 11191. JZXn t The Evening Herald R X MUIlltAY. lMltar FllKD SOUMJ . .-City IXUtor , Published dalty .except Sunday, by The Herald Publishing Company ot Klamath Falls, ot 119 Eighth Stroot. Entered at tho postofflco nt Kin math Falls, Oro., tor transmission through the malls as second-class mattor. MEMBKR OF TIII3 ABSOCIATKJ) rmess. Tho Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to tho use- for republication brdny afternoon, this visit bolng In 01 mi nows aispaicues tinmcu iu ., or not otherwlso credited In this paper, and also tho local nows pub lisher herein. HATUltOAY, MARCH 10, tl)2l. Mrs. Fred Cofcr was hostess to tho Ten Cup club nt her homo Thursday afternoon, refreshments, needlework, and gnincs making tho ntternnon pass very pleasantly tor the thirty mem bers who wore present. Dr. Morryman's mother, Mrs. John Murrymnn, who leaves tho first of I tho week to reside In Portland. Cards wore played at three- tnblos, and a luncheon was served. Those Invited, boshlcs tho guost of honor, woro Mrs, I Churlos Wpod Kberloln, Mrs. A. M. Tho Loyal Women of tho Christian Chlirch Sunday school unexpectedly called upon Mrs. K. Dice, nt tho home ot hor daughter, Mrs. 13. J. Mayor, Warden, Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mrs. Thos. Hampton, Mrs. Silas Ohonchnln, Mrs. B. W. tlowon, Mrs. Davo Campbell, Mrs. S. T. Summers, Mrs, 0, D. John son, Mrs. Lewis (lorbor, and Mrs tho nature of n fnrowell party, as' Krcd Mills. Mrs. 11 1 co will soon leave for South- Tuesday evening, Miss Maud Hold'' cm California, and about tho first ot ' win entertained nt brldgo for a ROADS CLAIM April for Nebraska, whero sho will re-J smnll brldgo club ot which sho Is a main Indoflnltoly. Mrs. Hlco Is al- member, tho husbands ot tho, mom ways an attondnnt at Sunday school, ! hor i being complimented guests, and hor cheerful help has como to bo' TLoso present woro Mr. and Airs. G. UBOfl COSTS KEEP RATE UP (Southern Pacific News Dureau) SAN FRANCISCO, March 19. Tho gcnoral public of tho Pacific coast has been slow to form a def inite, opinion upon tho controrcsry between tho raldroads and their em ployes, now being aired boforo tho railway labor board at Chicago. Tho pcoplo In tho west havo felt at first that tho dispute was of no concern them, but now that, tho testimony placed boforo tho railway labor board Is being carried In press dis patches, tho public Is better ablo to sco why the railroads wish to ab rogato the war-tlmo natjonal agree ments with all railroad employes, In favor of tho former method by which each Individual road negotia ted with Its own men according to local conditions. Tho statement has been made that abolition ot the present agreements would mean a saving of $600,000,000 In labor costs without reducing tho wago por hour. As a result tho progrcs ot tho controvcry Is being watched with Increasing Interest. A case cited boforo tho labor board as Illustrating the working of the rules established under., fed eral contra,', shows that tho rail road in ono Instance was compelled to award each man ot a wrecking crpw 13. hours pay during which no actual service was performed. At regular and extra rate the men received 37 hours pay for ser vices all performed within 24 hours. ' Of tho 24 hours for which they received 37 V4 hours pay tho men were off duty asleop for 11 hours and were riding and eating for two hours while receiving pay. Under a related rule as to wreck ing crows, claims aro constantly made by men who do not actually accompany tho crows, but assert that according to tho rules tbey should have dono so, and therefore aro en 'titled to pay. In a great many Instances it Is entirely unnecessary for .all room bers ot tho wrecking crews tojgo to .rocks, and tho railroads contend bat they should not bo subject to claims for wages for work not done and from men not actually sent to wrecking service. Under present classifications rules of the shop crafts, such labor wast as Illustrated In the following case is reported by tho railroad execu tives as of constant occurence: In order to change a nozzle tip In the front ond ot a locomotlvo it Is necessary: To call a bollormaker and his helper to open tho door, because (bat Is bollermaker's work; To call a pipe-man and his help er to remove the blowor-plpo be- bauso that Is plpe-mens' work; and. 10 can a macninist and bis help er to remove the tip, bocauso that Is tho machinist's work. . Tho samo three forces must bo employed to put in the new tip. Boforo federal control a machinist's helper or any handy man put In noz zle tips alone. It Is by cutting out this dupllca ton of-labor that the railroads ex pect to economize. depended upon when making plans A. Krauso, Mr. and Mrs. William for charity and kindness. To show Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. K. T. I.uddon, their lovo for Mrs. nice, tho .women , Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Wright, Mr. and Tell youT troubles In tho Furniture line to IKRK.INS "TUB FUItNI8H KR OF HAPPY HOMES." 17tf NAVV RKCHUITH WANffKD The U, 8. navy recruiting station at Portland, Oregon has recolved word from the navy department at Washington, D. P. to start first en listments again. Only desirable young men of 18 years of ago or more are desired, Enlistments will be for a period of four years only. Any one Interested is requested to call at or write to the U. 8. navy re cruiting station, 2Q6 Dekum build ing, 3rd and Washington streets, Portland, Oregon, presented her with n beautiful ro membrnnco. Refreshments wcro served nt tho closo. ot an attornoon spent In pleasant convocation. A very cnjbyablo attornoon was spent by a numbor of ladles at tho homo of Mrs. A. M. iVordon Wednes day. Brldgo and refreshments wore enjoyed. Those present woro tho Mosdames S. Obcnchaln, 1. W dow cn, h. Gerbor, J. $. Elliott, Klpp Van Riper, Thomas Hampton, Henrietta Mclhaso, and Guy Mnnntng. Miss Joscphlno Low, of this city, becamo tho brldo of Mr. Rex W. Mc Millan, ot Los Angolcs, at n very pretty wedding In tho First Congre gational church of San Francisco, on March 3. Tho Reverend Mr. Jordan, pastor ot tho church, performed the ceremony, and John Siemens nnd Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hosklns were tho witnesses. Mrs. McMillan was a very popular member ot tho younger so cial set here, having been prominent In musical circles. Sho studied Volco culture In San Francisco sovoral sea sons. Recently, sho was employed by tho First State & Savings bank of this city. Mr. McMillan Is tho son ot Mr. and Mrs.-F. W. McMillan, who reside In Santa Ana, California. After spending their honeymoon traveling In Southern California, tho young couplo returned to Weed, whore they will reside. Tho best wishes of all their friends accompany thorn on their matrimonial Journty through lite. Tho fund for helping needy ox- servloo men will bo tho benoflclary of a card party which will be given at the White Pelican hotel Wednes day afternoon, March 30, by the woman's auxiliary ot tho legion. Each member ot the auxiliary Is expectod to Invito enough players for a tablo. The party will bo. In progress from 2:30 to 4:30. Tho La Solreo club will bo enter- talnod by Miss Fay West at her home on Soventh street tonight. Officers of tho club will bo olected during the evening. Tho Art Needlo Work club enjoyed the hospitality ot Mrs. Ellen Lalso Plol at her homo at 421 Oak street last Wednesday attornoon, tho occa sion bcln a regit. ar meeting ot the club. As tho meeting was held so closo to tho 17th ot March, It was decided to feature it with St. Pat rick's Day observances, Tho tables were profusely decorated with sham rocks and ferns, and sovoral ot the afternoon's diversions partook of tho essence of St. Patrick's Day. Mrs. W. P. McMillan was a guest of tho club, and tho members present wcro Mrs. R. E. Wattenburg. Mrs. R. II. Dunbar, Mrs. George Wlrtz, Mrs. J. F. Geoller. Mrs. C, M. Ramsay, Mrs. S. E. Martin, Mrs. Charles Martin, Mrs. E. 8. Phillips, Mrs. E. P. Law renco, and the hostess. A number ot tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Davis called upon thorn at their homo at 1212 Oregon street yesterday afternoon, and help ed them to happily obsorvo tho 40th anniversary of their wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young and son, Dernsteln, wore tho gueBts of honor nt a dinner party given Tuesday ovo nlng, nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Callaghan, with tho guests of honor and tho hosts, comprised. tho party, Tho Urldgo club was entertalnod by Miss Maud Baldwin at her homo on South Rlvorsldo street Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Oscpr Shlvo wan a guest, of tho club, and tho mombers who attended wero Mrs. Don J. Zum walt, Mrs. Chariot) Y.. Stono, Mrs. Will Baldwin, Mrs. Clarence Under wood, Mrs. W, O, Smith, Miss Bald win, and Miss Marie McMillan. Mrs, Stono made 'high score. Mrs. Oeorge H. Morryman enter- muiou jriuuy miernuun in iiynur oi - Mrs. Oscar Shlvo, Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Roberts, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O. Smith, nnd Dr. nnd. Mrs.. Morryman. Prizes woro won by Mrs. It. B. Wright, nnd Oscar Slilvc. Refreshments was served. WRAP AND COAT IT 11 I l In buying furs It Is difficult to advlso between coats and wrapt because they serve quite different purposes, th latter being alto gether formal. Illustrated Is a beautiful mole.-ktn that Is one ot the most aucccssfuul compromlre between wrap and coat. It Is In three sections, each gathered a bit (o a foundation with a great, very graceful collar and-largo slooves that end In a wldo band effoct- No ono need suffer from slreop losiness any longor. A dovlco has been invented which, It Is claimed, will send tho worst cqse of Insomnia to the land ot nod In a tow minutes. Tho medicine, which in uppearance is rather complicated, consists of n number of discs which, when tho starting handlo Is moved, rotato In opposite directions. All that tho suf ferer has to do Is to kcop his oyes on the discs as thoy turn, until af ter a short jpell ot watching ho grad ually sinks Into a sound sleep. In 1901 England wroto for tho first time tho modern flro, theft nnd public liability lnsuranco on com, morclal vohlcles. OF THE SOUTH LEXINGTON, Ry., March 19.--Diversification ot crops and cropping systoms whereby tho south may more nearly sustain Itself aro necessary, nccordlng to Dean ThomaM P. Coopor of tho state college ot ngrtculturo horo, who rocontly wuh cbosun presi dent ot tho southorn association of agricultural workers. Tho fnrmors also should got n largor percentage ot 'the vnluo of his crops nnd u credit systom that -fits agriculture adopted, ho said. Tho south, Denit Coopor said is moro nearly organized under the county ugqnt system than any othor part of tho country. A groat dcnl ot oftoctlvo work has been carried on, ho said. Speaking of tho work being at tempted In tho south, Donn Coopor said: "Tho association ot southern agri cultural workers was organized 21 years ago. Its momborsnip compris es tho loaders ot agricultural work In tho agricultural colleges, exporlmont ' stations, extension divisions, com- ( morclal concorns Interested In ngrl- j cultural progress and agricultural I representatives ot tho great trnnrt portatlon systems In tho several I southern states. J "Tho object of tho association hni ben to unify and coordinate agri cultural offort particularly to bring about greater coordinate agricultur al effort particularly to bring about greater cooperation In tho oxpcrP montnl and Investigational work In tho exporlmont stations. Its result Is tho conservation ot funds thoroby enlarging tho opportunity for effoc tlvo work nnd broadening tho field of activity. Its studies, reports nnd conferences embrace tho field of ani mal husbandry, crop dovolopmont and t tho various economic nspects of II- minco, marketing nnd tonancy ni ro- I latcd to tho farm problems of tho ' sauth. "Tho, county agent systom ctrrlft ' tho Information dovelopcd by tho ox J pcrlmenl stations of tho agricultural colleges and by tho department ot agriculture to tho farmers of tho state. Tho south has mora nearly organized tho agricultural counties for county agent work thnn any othor section of tho country. A grout amount of effective county work had been carried on through tho county demonstration agent beforo tho pas sago of tho Smlth-Lovor act In 1914 and Its conllnualico has resulted In a great awakening. "Programs of diversification for farming, soil building, live stock pro duction and bettor living conditions! on tho farm havo given an Inpotus to a bettor agricultural wealth. War Kodak Finishing Films rocolvod before f P. M, ready tho noxt day ' nt 5 P. M, All Prints Mndo on Volnx l'npor Wo 1K( ICiilnrglnit Kodaks m arid everything for the am- tour photographor liuxtiiiftn Autographs unit Rwotlii N. O. Films, frsnh always Star Drug Co. Fifth and Main Sts. nw"jn nan If the Wood Dealer Sold Service Do do not sell current; wo sell service. That sounds odd doesn't It7 - Well, nuppoHo tlio wood dealer sold iiervlro Instead of wood, ho would tend to jour furnurr and jour rnnge, lake nny the iwhea nnd clean tho flues. You would buy so murli hrnt. Now joii buy m murli Unlit, nttliougli you pay ncronllnj; to the current jim roiiMiini'. Hut tho servlro In perforated wou jou by this rompnr))- nt tin) subatnlliiim nnd power phuitN. That l Hlmt wo want to (jlvo jou efficiency service It Is tho aim of tliU roinpnny to hnvo none but satisfied customers. No matter what It In, If you havo n Rrloviyire, or nro dissatisfied nbont jour bill or do not understand our rate", plenso como and seo us or vrlto u nbout It. If'jou lino any HiiKKrMlons to nmltc, we will glady nvnll our sclvr of them as our iilm It constantly In liuprovo 6ur service to you nt taut as tho dcwlopmrut of science nnd human ability permit. Caliiornia-Oregon Power Company conditions with tho accompanying high prices and demands affected cropping systoms until too much at tention was given to tho monoy cropa, such as cotton and tobacco, Present markot conditions, with their accompanying tragedies of loss, In creased Indebtedness and greatly Im paired buying power of tho farmer, again point out tho nocosslty of the maintenance of diversification and of cropping systems by which tho south may moro nearly sustain Itself and thd Importance of the continued do volopment ot tho llvostock Industry." French cooking Is not what It used to ibo, complain many visitors to Franco. It Is becoming mora and moro difficult to find apprentices for tho pastry trade. New Home Restaurant 323 MAIN ST. Say if your wife can't cook, don't get a divorce. Come down to New Home and get a real dinner. Special Sunday Dinners Chicken and Everything $1.00 Keep the Home Fires Burning LUTHY Hi:i:i AUTO HUPl'LY CO., I nUtribulorii lltli Ht., near Main. Phono SDH-J P2ff&jai idli w&. 1 (TirzL tV7 fresh creamery bvfkr And a cup of Good Coffee with real. Pure Cream WEATHER RECORD Horoaftor Tho Ilornld will publish tho moan and maximum temuura- jtures and proclpjtallon rocord as tak en uy iuu u. n. iiuciuniniiun service tatlon. Publication will covor the day previous to tho papor's Issuo, up to C o'clock ot tho day. pppppHIppppH I Mar 1 .... Mar 2 ... , Mar 3 .... Mar 4 .... Mar 5 .... Mar 3 .... Mar 7 .... Mar 8 .... Mar 9.... .tar. 10.... Mnr. 11.... Mar 12.... Mar 13.... Mar 1 1.... Mar in.... Mar 17.... Mur 17... Mar 18. .. Max. 60 C8 C5 C2 03 18 CO 52 C8 r.r. r7 r.4 48 49. 48 01 fi7 40 Mln. 35 34 85 40 38 31 27 29 2(1 37 .12 21 .1(1 32 37 39 30 31 Precipitation 11 3d 7dkettomedDegen bvtfhnufs 30 f 02 17 02 21 DprhiK In coming on am you have tho house cloarlng bug. Well, I have got It, (oo lot's got together, I'KIIKINM FUHMTUIJU IIOUHI3 "I'lio PtirjiUlicr of Hniipy IfonuV . 17tf Taitfs enemy -111 say it is! 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