The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 30, 1921, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    WKDNKSDAV, MARCH 110, 1IMI
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EI GREATEST
NEW YOriK, Mnrcli 30. "There
Is more child labor In rural than In
urban America, and eomo of It Is
Just as bad ns in the cities," says
Owon It. Lovejoy, cenoral secretary
of the National Child Labor Commit
too. Tlilfl statement appears In Tho
Amorlcan Child, tho current Is.suo ot
which Is devoted to child labor In
agriculture "Tho Idyll! conception
of country llto stands In tho way ot
popular appreciation oron ot tho ex
ist ?nco of rural child labor. Lone "so
wo standardised our Ideas ot farm
llfo as wholly tlelcctablo and nonce
we nssiimo that becauso tho million
and a half children' Gainfully cm-
ployed' In agriculture) nro In tho
great outdoors tholr condition is ne
cessarily fortunate. Hundred of
thousands of theso youns form labor
rrs under rlxtcen, It should bo homo
In mind, are worklnc for persons oth
er than their parents Moreover the
children listed by tho consus as 'gain
fully omployed' on farms represent
IN COUNTRY
! imt n fraction of tho number ttnfor-
t tunateiy aiiccicu u jnriu worn, i'ui-
tlcularly na resard school ottend
nnco. 'Tho conspicuous featuro of rtirsl
child labor Is, Indeed, Its Interference
with school attendance Tho avorapo
rural school term In the United States
g HO days, whllo tho city toim l
180 days. Of every hundred children
enrolled In city schools tho dally at-,
tendanco Is 80, whllo of every hua
dred enrolled In rural schools only
C8 aro In dally attendance. Fo that
for every hundred days of schooling
received by tho nvorngo cltj child
tha nvarniTA pnlintrV child ITtlt OnlV
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05. Studies mado by tho National I
Child Labor Committee show thai
child labor on farms nnd ranches
cause as much absenco from school
as Illness, bad weather, bad radf,
distance of homo from school, nnd
' Indifference ot parents or children all
combined and sometimes even ex
ceeds tho absences cautcd by all these
other factors.
"Tho enforcement of compulsory
attendance laws In rural school dis
tricts Is notoriously poor throughout
the land. No one section of tho coun
try can Justly point tho finger if
scorn at any other section boenne? of
Us sin In this respect, for one's sin
Is as great as another's. No law re
stricts or regulates farm work by
children; the only laws that rolato
ta tho subject In any way nre the
compulsory school attendance acts,
and they apply only In school toura.
and aro but little respected."
Emperor's Splendid Tomb.
Tho body of Napoleon HI lies In n
tomb Id the church of St. Michael nt
rnrnborough, Diglnnd. This chapel
was built by cvKtnpress Euccnlo as n
memorial to her husband. In tho crypt
nlso Is placed tho tomb of her son, the
Prince Imperial, who was killed while
lighting with the English army In Zulu
land. Tho church Is n magnificent
building of white stone, and stnnds on
the brow of a hill. It Is surmounted
by a tower nnd pinnacled with dozens
of small shafts. Tho empress used to
visit the chapel dally. Ten priests
were constantly employed by her to
say mnsses for tho dead.
DEVELOPING SLUGGERS
I ; OOOALUSA, La. Manager Leo
lil Fohl, In his first crack at picking
a team to nil tno bi. l.ouu
Drowns' uniforms, Is whipping a
crow of sluggora Into shape at the
training camp horo.
"Slugging put tbo Drowns Into
the first division lost year," says
the now St. Louia boss. "Md I'm
Eolng to stay with It."
Lawn and Garden Seed
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Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
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URDAXA, 111., March 30. Slnco
the rapid development of tho Agri
cultural Extension Service tho pub
lic has lost Interest In tho Experiment
Station, according to Professor Eu
gene Davenport, of tho University ot
Illinois. Practically no now money
has been appropriated In tho Unltod
States as a whole for agricultural In
vestigation slnco 1914, Deon Daven
port says and the result Is that
eighty per cent of tho station work
ers have changed positions and about I
one fifth ot the most oxporlonced
have left tho Experiment Stations en
tirely for moro attractlvo employ
ment. "That the Experiment Stations
bavo been of profound Influence In
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CENTRAL
HOTEL
GUY GARRETT, Mgr.
I'liono 1B5'W
" Steam Heated
RATES:
Transient $1.00, up
Weekly $5.00, up
NEWS STAND
all the latest news
THE EVENING HERALD,
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affecting American agricultural prac
tice will lmvo to bo concluded by any
man who considers tho changes
which bavo taken placo during tho
thirty years slnco tho Exporlmont
Stations woro started and which aro
truceublo diroctly to tho work ot tho
stations," continues Doan Davonport.
"When tho Experiment Stations
wero established, farmers woro food
Ing whatever thoy bapponod to bavo,
ovou If It wero timothy hay to cows,
while bran nnd middlings by tho car
load went Into tho rivers and cotton
seed was loft to rot upon tho ground.
At tho samo tlmo they Tcro paying'
out thousands of dollars for condlm-j
cntal feeds, which woro shown by j
tho statlonslo bo worth no moro and
no less than tho samo amount ot oil
meal.
"Tho blood from tho slaughter
houses was then workod Into fertili
zer, but tho stations speedily showed
not only that It was much moro valu
nblo as a feod for young pigs In bal
ancing tho ration, but that In rais
ing young stock from corn so mo sup-!
Icmentary feod was necessary.
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
"It has beon hold by farmors genor
ally that whito and yollow corn woro
ouunlly valunblo for food, but recent
experiments seem to show Hint white
corn Is deficient In omotliliiK iiocorf
snry for the growth of young anim
als. At least, It Is true iih ii laboratory
experiment In tho growing of rain.
' Tho extension survlco Is of unlim
ited uso to ngrlculturo, but It ran
novor replace tho Kxporlmoiit Htn
tlons, nor would oxporleuco ovor toko
tho placo of Investigation. Farmers
will not discover vttamlncn with
Rpoctnrlcs any more than they will
study hactorln with n lUtchfork."
WHALE IS CHAMPION JUMPER
Mammal Easily Holds All Records
When It Comes to a Question of
High Leaping.
If you wero asked lh questien:
"Wlm t nnliiml can Jump tho lilnliixitl"
J on would In all likelihood, giltwe
wrong. It Is the wlialol
Oh. yes, tho whnlo Is a miimnnl, nnl
a fish, mid ho can Jump out of tho wa
ter to a bi'lRlit of 2.1 feet with the
greatest r.w. This la about twice ni
high ns Hie tiger, wlm can manage
n limit V26 feet to i:i feet. A dog hits
been known to clear 10 feel, anil the
hnrt follows next with 7 foot 8'i
Inches.
Man's record high Jump was mnde
In 1014 by n Cnllfornhili, who reached
tl feut 75-10 Inches. lu 1013. tho Ire
mcmlous height of B foot OH Inches
uns attained for tho standing high
Jump, though In 1SU2 a man renched
O feet, with weights, at this Jump.
As regards the long Jump, without
weights, the record, 24 feet ll?i
Inches, was. made In 11X11, and It linn
now stood for nearly twenty years.
The longest Jump backwards, with
weights, Is TJ feet 11 Inches, and tho
bolder of this record alio holds that
of tho stnndlng long Jump, without
weight, "lib 12 feet H4 laches.
Of animals, ono might expect tho
kangaroo to hold tha record, but bo
ran only manage 1A fyet ten liu tliiia
innn though, talking of long Jumps,
how nbnnt the grasshopper? II can
Jump 'JtIO times his own tngth.
An Amorlcan sliver dollar was re
cently found In a can of pickled
tonguo opened In Wales.
Klanath Lodge Nk 137
i. o. o. r.
Moots Friday night ot each wook at
I. O. O. F. ball, 6th and Main streets
H. II. Oglo ......... ............ N. O.
Cbas. Newman ........................ V. fl.
O. D. Manguo .........................Socy.
W. D. Cofor ..............................Treas.
KNCAMl'MFNT
J. II. Houston .............-.........C. P.
II. V. Hrown S. W.
L. J. McCIuro ...........8crlbo
E. J. Mayor ..... .Treasurer
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION 1
Klamath Post No. 8,
Amorlcan Loglon meoU
at tho City Hall on tho
first and third Tuesdays
ot each month.
Ex-servlco mon aro Invited to at
tend tbo meetings.
For membership cards or Informa
tion ox-servlco mon aro roquostod to
seo or wrlto tho following efficers:
J, 11. Carnation, Commander.
Itoy N. Pouch, Post Adjutant.
For relief ot employmont seo or
wrlto tho Chairman ot Tho Hollef and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, caro Lakcsldo Lumber com
pany. MINERAL BATHS.
Dr. Hand IngertoU Hawley
Chiropractic Pfajraldwi
First National Dank Building ;
Entrance, Room I
AHIILAND, OREGON
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Instruction la Piano rUytajj by
Expert of Many Toara'
Experience.
1IR8. OflDORN
Apt. 9, Helau Aptt.
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1 178 SIAIN ST. PUPNE M8-W
Murphey's
10
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CHIROPRACTOR
Dr. Lnl 0. Uildgi'M
Over FJrat Stale and Having Hank
Hullo ion I'hono 102-J
G. E. WASHBURN
Contractor and
Builder
Construction Work of any kind.
No Job too largo or too small.
Estimates furnished troo of
chnrgo.
PHONIC 1M7-J
I WILL
TnUo out IVlliirt or I'lll In I"t
CON MURPHY
J 17 .Mortimer HI.
Let Your GLASS troubler
bo Mino
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Making
Phono 477W
Eleventh and Pine
HOUSE MOVING
Having bought the
moving outfit of True &
Failing, we are now
prepared to move
houses or other heavy
articles.
Washburn & Houston
piiem: 400-n
Household Furniture
OOODH OF ALL KINDH
mm piucics uiaiiT
'o lluy. Sell and Kxchango.
Cor. Sixth and Klamath Avo.
nii'K'H .v m
PAINTING
Practical painting, gliding, bront
Ing, vnnmellng, kaNoiulnlng, wall
pupor dousing nnd gonnrul con
tracting. II. C. TUTIIILL
I'hono 1S3 C35 Oak St
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
FINISHED WORK
FLAT WORK
ROUGH DRY
"Put Your Dudt
la Our Suds"
PHONE 154
Corner Main and Conger
Klamath Dye Works
Phone 408
OUR CLEAN1NO, I'IUC88lNO AN1
RErAUtlNO WILL MAKE XOQR
CLOTIIEH
LOOK LIKE NEW
HATH UKIIIXCKED
Good Called for and Delivered
481 Main Btroet Klamath PaUt
I.KT im DO VOUll COIiLECTINO
A numbor of business houses aro
saving tho tlmo of their bookkaopora
and Individual collectors by lotting
us colloct tholr monthly bills. It Is
tho modern mothod. It cuts down
your overhead, (lot your bills ready
und wo will do tho rest.
Mrtfl. T. II. JOLLY ..6th and Main
Over Sugaruian's store. Phono I20W
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We aro horo to serve you, and
aim to servo you right. Motorcycle
and Dlcycios, parts ana Acossories.
Tires and Tubos. that will stand
your Inspection, as wo carry the
best In our line, nopair snop in
connection with JIarley-Davldson
Sorvlco.
Pliouo 379
1010 Slain St. Klamath Fall
O. E. DIHMARK
pelican iav una
Fare 2f.c each way
Loaves Ilex Cafo Loaves Pollcan City
7:46 a. m. 8:00 a. m.
12:4E p. m. 1:00 p. a
C:00 p. m. 5:30 p. m
Reckard Rent Service
lliono 77
26-tr
BEAUTY PARLOR
Shampooing, marcollng,' massag
ing, manicuring. For appointments,
phono 366, Whlto Pollcoa otel,.
Seed Store
.page four
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Fourth juid Pine BU.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phono 407 Ros. Phone SIM
DR. T. C, CAMPBELL
PIIVHIOIAN AND HDIU1BOR
I. O. O. P. nutldlng
Phone 800
Residence White Polloan UoUl
Resldeneo Phone B.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAIlllKN HUNT HOHI'ITAL
liny I'hiiuo. 407 Night Phone, tl
Ofllco Phqno 177W Iloi 177n
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Burgeon
Whlto Ilulldlng
Klamath Falls Oregon
VWWWWWMMVMAArlMAMMMrlM'WA
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Surgeon
Office and Residence
Phones 321
I. O. O. P. Templo
E. D. LAMB
PI1YHIC1AN AND HURQEOlf
Phonea 17W Rooms 1 Md
17R Whito DulMUvi
L. D. Gass, M. D.
KVE, EAR, NOHK AND THROAT
CJLAHHKH I'UHMHHKD
Wnrrrji Hunt llospltnl Phone 407
IIcm. White Prllcmi Hotel. Phone
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DENTISTS
Dr E. G. Wuecarver
HUOmC 804
Dr. P. M. Noel
rnoNH 4
Over UnderwooCt
nnth and MUla
w0i-y0ijwr0m0t
( till. C. A. RAMTIO
Dentiat
L O. O. V. Italldsna
I'HONB 1
KWKXWWMWWM0WWIVMW'
FRED WESTERFELD
DKMTiirr
Phone 434W.
X-IUy Laboratory
LoomU Dldg., KUmatk Valto
CHIROPRACTORS
DRS.
MALLETT '
AND
MALLETT
OFFICE OVER UNDHnWOOtVII
Phone S80-J. Beventk 41
J. C CLEGHORN
CIVIL ENOINEBIt AND
SURVEYOR
Phono 102J 133 8. Rlvertld
I HAW UUAj ENGINKRRINa
CONSTRUCTION CO.
Designer and bnlldera of
m aaw mills, planing natlU aa4
boi;pUnt. Dredging. IMIe drlvta.
Phono 406-W
Office Comer Sprlpg and Oak
Near H. P. Depot
Excavating
Teaming
Let us mako you a price oa dig.
ling that basement, or other ex
cavatlog you contemplato. We also
do team work of every description.
Phone 426-J
PHONE 87
124 So. Sixth St.