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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
1TONHDAY, AUGUST 31, 1M1.
The Evening Herald
r J. MURRAY.
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Published Jtllr oxcont SunJay. br
Vfco Herald Publishing Company of
uamatn ram, at lifl Eighth strcot.
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"WBDNKSUAY, AUGUST 31, 1021.
BOSTON, Apg., 31 liTaco aulcldo
Increasing among collcgo KraduatcsT
Maurice nicker of the Unltcl States
rnbllc Health Servlco says that It Is,
and quotes statistics. Some collcgo
presidents are Inclined to doubt the
conclusions drawn br tho Health Ser
vlco official and think his figures
rIvo n wrong Impression. Others say
that from lack of statistics or their
own, they are not prepared to dis
cuss tho subject. They admit that
Mr. Rlckcr's figures are startling and
that they present a disquieting view
of the future.
Addressing the recent convention
of tho National Educational Assocla
tlon In Dob Moines, la., Mr. flicker
was quoted as follews: "Invcstigal
tlon by. the federal public health ser
vico orcr a period of years Indicates
that tho progeny of ono thousand
graduates from such Institutions as
'"ward, Yale, .Princeton, Vnssar o
Smith mill not exceed fifty In 100
7 cora from now.' Ho proceeded to
compare tho results of a similar can
vass among lllltorato foreigners and
aid It Indicated that In allko period
tho orlial thousand would bo mul
tiplied at lcart a hundred times.
Frederick U, Allen, secretary of
the -Harvard University Corporation
produced some figures of his own
from the Harvard records. Ho said:
"Mr. Kicker's assertion would seem
at first reading to give the Impression
that college students have on the
average less than one child apiece.
This Is not so among Harvard gra
duates at any rate. Among tho
classes 1SS1-90 at Harvard, tho last
ten classes whoso statistics are avail
able and may bo sonsldered fairly
complete, tho average number of men
per class of 218, of whom 183 mar
ried and had 372 children, an aver
age of 2.00 children per married gra
duato, or 1.G5 children per capita
for the whole class. Tho Yale figures
for tho same period aro similar. The
birthrate among Harvard gaduatcs
declined during tho post half cen
tury. Tho dcclino however, was less
charp In the class between 1870 and
18S0 than it bad been previously;
and a situation which Is disquieting
at best, seems bus to bo showing a
gradual tendency to right Itself'
No figures on tho subject aro avail
nblo from Wellcsley College., but
President Ellen S. Pendleton glvea
it ns her Impression that as far as
tho alumnae of Wosllosloy aro con
cerned, tho number of marriages and
the number of children per marrlago
havo Increased rather than decreased
as the years havo gono by. "Some
twenty or more years ago," said Miss
Pendleton, "Tho Association of Col
Icgiato Alumnal gathered quite ela
borate statistics comparing tho
health, number of marriages and
umber of children per marrlago of
collcgo women with similar statistics
or their sisters who did not go to
college or their cousins nearest their
age. These statistics showed that
there was very slight differences be
tween the two classes, but such dif
ference as there was, was In favor
of tho college bred women, and as I
hnvo said while we havo no recent
figures my Impression Is that there
are more marriages and more chil
dren per marriage I nthese later year.
"No'ono donles that collcgo women
marry lator In llfo than non-collogo
women and consequently any stalls
tics that aro mado up on tho basis
of women not moro than tlvo years
out of collcgo would glvo an entirely
wrong Impression. I suspect that
tho siuno thing would bo true of col
An article tor tho Smith Alumao
Quarterly and based on The Quin
quennial Catalogue of lit 13 la ottered
as tho latest available Information re
garding the graduates of Smith Col
lcgo and tholr children. Thts gave
tho average numubr of children for
each of tho total number of ulumuao
(S962, with tho class of 1915 omit
ted) as ,56. Tho average of children
for each marriage In tho classes num
bered 79 to 'SC was 2.1G. This de
creased with later classes until tho
a vera go for each marrlago from 1S79
up to 191G was only 1,34, Tho com
piler, Klorcnco Homer Snow, of tho
class of 1904 suggest that It tho
figures scorn small, arguments for.
tho defense Includo tho facts that tho
youngest, classes aro tho largest, and
that many, collcgo women marry lato
so that tho figures regarding thorn
are not available until they havo
been many years out of college.
Tho regular meeting of tho Wb
mans Home and Foreign. Missionary
Society of tho Emmanuel llnptist
church will bo held Thursday Sept
ember 1, at 3:30 p. m., at tho homo
of Mrs. H. A. Crimes. 348 N. Sixth
street. All aro cordially invited. Tho
study will bo "Mission"; leador. Mrs.
J. II. Dickson.
WANTED High school girl or wom
an to help Mith UghthoUBo work
tor room and hoard, igood homo.
739 9th St. Phono 3B1-W. 31
At good bed nnd a good Imth nt
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St.,
nnd at Colonial annex, 741 Walnut
Avo. All outsldo airy' rooms. 31
All tho latest things In wrist wat
ches nnd "novelty Jowolry, tho Intent
things nt tho latest prices. Daven
ports. Just around tho corner on Cth
HOME ltOOMlXG HOUSE going out
of business. Linen, blankets, pil
lows, comforts, two stoves, 3 mat
trosscs, nnd numorous othor art
icles tor salo In tho bunch', lloddlng
good as now. Cheap It taken bofora
Sept. 1. Home Rooming House, 920
Klamath Avo. 31
FOU 8AI,E Exceptionally good cow.
Fresh In 12 days. Leo DoChalno,
3rd and E St. North Klamath Falls.
(let tho Ducks In Duxbnk bunting
clothes K. K. K. for them: 30-1
Fort ItENT Four-room apartment,
Ijirgo porch, vacant Sept. 1. Phono
NOTIOH TO TAXPAYEIW.
You arn hereby notified that tho
Hoard of Equalisation will attend on
September 12, 1921. (tho second
Monday In Soptombor) at tho county
Judge's office In tho oldest court
houso, nnd will romnln In'rasalon for
thirty rinyH from thnt dnto for tho
purposo ot examining tho mmossinout
rolls for tho year 1921, nnd correct'
lnc all orrorH In vnluntlon. doscrln
tlon or qualities ot land, lota or other
proporty assessed by tho ae.icasor. It
shall bo tho duty ot nil persons Inter
ested to appear at the tlmu nnd place
All protests against valuations fix
ed by tho ntwessor must bo tllod with
tho board during tho first ten days
oi saiu session,
W. T. LKB,
Assessor, ot Klamath County.
FOU ItENT Nicely furnished bed
room In furnace heated home. Two
blocks from Main. Phono 244. 31-3-
1$ Take a sS
The C. V. 11. M. of tho Christian
church will meet at tho homo of J,
T. McCollum, 417 flth St. nt 7:30
o'clock', Thursday evening. 31
1AX.h COUPLE WEDDED.
Charles Strclble, employee ot the
O. K. blacksmith shop, and Elinor
Mario Itelncrs, wore married 'last
evening by Justlco ot tho Peace Gag
hagon. 'The ceremony took place at
tho Marshall houso.
OKANDSON OF LOCAL FOLIC
DltOWNED IN KKE COUNTY
Thq Rev. and Mrs. S. E. Milam
havo gono to Lakovlow following n
messago that tho lnfant'son of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Small, their grandson,
IS months old, was drowned In a
canal In the Silver Lake district, near
tho Small homo.
LOST Dotwccn Klamath Falls and
Crooked Creek Hatchory, prob
ably Uarkley Springs gnmu ward
en's badgo No. 1351. Flndor rottinv
to Herald oftlco. Reward. 31-1
FOR RENT 2-room furnished
apartment. Hot wator; prlvnto
tollot and bath, downstairs, new and
clean. 424 N. llth. 31 .
Colonial ono-roon. cabins fori
housekeeping. 741 Walnut Ave. Ono'
cabin vacant. 311
A now lino ot non-dlvorcc wcddlnc
rings nt tho now price at Davenports,
Just around tho corner on Cth strcot.
Horald classified ads pay yon.
IIAIIV HI.UK -FIGHTS AT
Baby Uluc, tho colored boxer who
fought Sammy Gordon hero July 4,
nppears on a benefit card to bj? sta
ged by the Portland boxing commis
sion at Portland Friday ovcnlns. Ho
Is matched with Eddlo Gorman. Abe
Gordon, brother of Sammy, is to meet
Jockey Dennett tho samo night. Ten
bouts are on the card, headed by a
contest between Franklo Murphy and
Phono 030-J. Seventh Mats
A new lino ot non-divorce wedding'
rings at tho new prico at Davenports,
Just around tho corner on Cth street.
COOLEST TIIEATRH IN TOWN
Formerly tho Mpudalo
liao Main St.
Tho Ilttlo houso with big shows.
Ror. Cyrus Tounsend Drady's
noworful htorv nf thn Smith Bean.
'.Island of Regeneration
Featuring Edith Storey .and An
tonio Morono. A gripping spectac
ular feature ot tho South Seas,
showing a volcano in eruption, a
burning ship and other thrills, It's
full of action. Did you ever sco a
boby Robinson Crusoe See tho IS
LAND OF REGENERATION.
"GATES OF BRASS"
USE a FOUNTAIN PEN.
Wo havo In our stock a lino
ot PENS that aro durablo
and guaranteed. Not' tho
kind that blots and falls to
wrlto when you most want
it to. Call and sco our lino
of PENS a.nd let us explain
their good points.
H. J. WINTERS
700 MAIN STREET
It will furnish you
the world's best music
where you arc or wher
ever you go. And
such variety I Gems of
opora, selections of
most famous bands and
orchestras, heart songs,
jjl ragtime, dance music.
1 latest vaudeville nits
anything you want to
hear anywhere any
Earl Shepherd Co.
507 Main Si.
- i-i -1- r7mmES9MmmtmMimX
Will be worn all winter for reasons
of style and comfort. Some will be
worn with spats as autumn weather
turns into winter. Some will even be
worn with heavier hose for benefit
ting occasions in place of boots. We
show them in a number of good
styles, for dress and general wear.
The skillfully arranged lines of per
foration are very becoming to the
Kewpie Twins - Children's Shoes .
Every child needs room to grow.
Cramping them physically is as bad
as cramming their mentally. Give
the child a chance give their feet a
chance for comfort and healthy
. Kewpie Twins are made to train
growing feet to physical perfection.
Let me make yon t prico on die
ting that basement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. We also
do team work ot every description.
I Leave Your films
store 9 OcIocK-Your
A.ri pictures are ready at 3
KLAMATH FALLS dREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
I havo several blocks of lots
surrounding tho Malln high
school that I will sell for
business and mlitautlal pur
poses, thus storing to tho
people of Klamath county an
opportunity to mako a reat in
vestment, I will sell these
lota (or 75 and up, on the
Installment plan, the terms to
suit the purchaser. No inter
est will be cbargod and I will
pay the taxes until deed Is de
livered to buyer.
Malln Is situated In tho cen
ter of one of the richoat dis
tricts In the world. It Is back
ed by progressive tod conser
vative citizens. It has a future
that assures development to
a degree that will make this
property worth many times
the price I am selling It for.
When oil Is discovered, Malln
will be found to be In the very
heart of the field and the
biggest producers will be at
If you are looking for some
thing that will pay yon big
returns, you can make no mis
take In buying Malln propor
ty. For further InformaUon, '
write or see
., MAUN, Ore,
SACRED HEART ACADEMY
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
The Sisters of Charity
Without Cost or Expense to the City or County
The Courses of Instruction are according to the
Oregon School Law, and are entirely without Religious
prejudice, and the advantages of training and educa
tion are accorded to pupils without regard to Creed
-nrpr TERMS '
"l"0" Bcholere .................w.....;. ;...............9 8.00 per moata
Board ana Taltloa . 1 aso.oo per meat
This Includes board, laundry and ordinary medicine. For two children, aas.06
per month. For doctors' calls the local fee la charged.
..S7.00 per month
Boys from 0 to, i years, Boarding Department
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
Address or Apply to SISTER SUPERIOR for
further information. t