Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1921)
THEJSVEmNGHEIlAtP, KLAMATH f?ALL3t OREGON
Ti DEATH. 1920.
JBOJKfON, Sept. 30. Lata
to doakh wlthDrtlmRlK
lalured a larxaftiorflbntaJro at whom
wncroTlpJuded permanently and made
publld chargo on our citizenship, T.
Alfrcdll Fleming, of tbo National
EosrufJof FIro Underwriters of Now
Tork;clty told the Automotive sec
Ion 6f.( tho National Safety Council
congress here yesterday.
A classification of these losses
ebons Uiat over 70 per cent are -women
and' children of school ngo and"
under. Thl8 classification shows that
tho homo and tho school haro been
. ?: . . . , ..r. '
egiecrca in our great 8CUuu.u u. .- p(jr cent gafetj ,Q thog0 fof wh(J1
ty education. It also shows tho oc-l -g rcsponguc.
fectheness of tho gonorat campaign
or Dafety in mo snop ami taciory,
JOS PAYS WAT
KAN8A8 CITr, Kan., Sept. SO.
After putting in two months at
'Co-incldcnt with this loss of llfo,
tho dcstructloi&of property uunng
1920as quotedby Mr. W. K. Malla
llco, tjeneral mioagcr, of the Nation
al board of FIro Underwriters almost
doubled that ofiany provioup year of
our h'istory, reaching Jan enormous
lotal$f ovorJGOG.000,000 which
does "Tbo t Infludo tho stupendous
losscil"ln forWry, 90 per cent of
whlcls duo;WClossnoss of cltl
ons. This waato'iofM -our national
wealth of nearly 'ono, and one-half.
millions a day Is paid for every cltl
sen of tbo nation. It Is genorally.con
sldorcd that theso losses are tome
. largely by Insurance companies which
1 truo but Insurance companlos aro
only collecting and distributing agen
cies 'and of, necessity are" compellod
to require Increased ratea-to cover
Increased losses,, Every product pur
chased for-tho Jibmo orjfej: tho fac
tory 'has In llaost to tho consumer
an amount to covcr-tho tnsurnnco anu
Iti,JB. tho largest, and most unnec
essary leakago of tho" country's" re
sources, and Is almost-cntlroly avoid
able "and unnecessary. " .
"PiUl C.-edlngtbn, otthe Forest-.
ry Division oMhojTJnJtod States, In
an (address in".QaLlfola " recently
atated that- of20.24 forest fires
causod by campers last year, 76 per
ennltor over. 15.00.0 we're duo to
smokers' carlossness. It would seem
that tho only way to obvlato theso
tremendous losses of llfo nnd proper
ty would bo to conduct the longest
posslblo contlnuoustcanipalgn or edu
cation for their elimination.
"The sections where safety has
been most neglected aro In the Home
and' School. It is an appalling fact
that, not ono business man out of
every 200 has oor applied thn know
lodgo of safety ho has used In hU
factory to his home. Ho has forgot
ten to call a "cablnot moetlng" of
tbo members of his family and cr
vanta to Instruct them how to turn In
an alarm, how to extinguish a flro In
Itg Inclploncy, how to avoid danger
from articles used In tho homo and
how to uso tho extinguisher be ha
Installed. In other words, financial
value In production has 1000 per
cent more caro and over-sight than
the priceless Jowols of human life hi
the home, and yet tho nation Is only
as largo or as strong as Its. bomos."
"Similar ncgllgonco Is nhown In
tho caro, maintenance and coiistruc'
tlon of our schools. A very small per
. "The abora coapled-tna-4prop-Maadf, cWUaUoTal-w6td
tlnfexlt facilities pells'lae' death prorTtWonoeMentlU'bolaToTunlo'n
Ity on tho present high standard! of and understanding between tho Occl
sentence of thousands. It la a travers-jdont and the Orient"
mental development to no to the uso-j,Y(
less snam involved in o per conv
of our present oxlt facltltloa Fire
escapes constructed against the aides
ot buildings and passing ordinary
glass windows, eliminating their
utility after tho first naff of flame
from tho window below. Spiral allfe
erected insldo of a stool oncloour,
frequently found locked with a pad
lock at tho oxlt door below, only vo
paro a nioro horrible.1 death by
roasting, "whllo doludlng many with
surrounding of apparent safety. I
personally found threo of theso tranti
locked with yalo padlocks, whoro Brya Mawr college this summer,
kes wcro lost oven whllo 28 rosms Mlss,Louuw Iloancbamp of thin city
of the school, thoy wero supposed tjisback at.,, tho soap factory, whore
servo, were In session. jsho Is a forewoman. ' .
"It Is tho duty of. qvory cmployor Tho previous education this Kan
to help, ovcry member of boards of sa girl bad enjoyed halted abrupt
education and every homo owner to ty nt tho eighth grado. Sh6 thon
reallro that ho pors6nally must as-'wont to work In tho factory "wrap
sumo tho liability and provldo 100 'Ping, cakon of soap. Bhn continued
bo at It sovoral yearn, notll sbo was
chosen to go' to Ilryn ' Mawr, with
all oxponars paid.
Tills was part of aa experiment
conducted by tho collg Janthorl-
itles, women labor londora nnd
ninmn.ne this year for tho first time. I
Klghty-ono factory workors In varl-j
ous parts of tho country wore giv-
en scholarships, nnd bad ovory ad
vantage ot college llfo and educa
tion at this woll-known Pennsylva
nia Institution. Tho tbey wont
back to tho work tboy'hadlloft.
I "Ot course, I didn't get Ian edu
cation) In eight wcekH a person
I couldn't be expected to," -tho Kan
sas City girl said, "nut I did en
joy It, certainly, and I think I got
a .good deal oat ot It. I triod to get
all I could."
Miss Boaucbamp camo back flrod
with an ambition to do something
loJcndTiJolplngEarid tolTof follow
workora, and bottor tholr.condlllon
In ovory, way posslblo, sh? says.
"Hew: Would yonifot abortuto So
Ik It -X' (.. ' . .' t..AM--fJl
qnlrod a" visitor ', i
"I'd nnjonlio 'ihonj abo replied
promptly, and work for 'bottor hoars'
and hotter pay!", " . 1 , ,
Ulss Hencbamp saya-she does not
onpoct- to return to -Ilryn M4wr,oi
Sho ayfl that, .as tar ,as. ber, .plana.
are now, sho will go ahead jvlth tba;
. J30. T
CINCINNATI, Sept. '30. The se
cond annual conference of the" In
ternational Bar Association, which Is
td be hold In Poking, China, October
24 to, 26, will Institute thoybbgln
nlngs.of an attempt to promoto tho
Pry Territory Hot
i Its Moist Spots
centago of the members of our pre'
sent Hoards. of,, Elucatlon bavp,aj'
sumej more than, tho financial bur
den or ,achool, activities whllo tboy
nro oqually(rsponsbe tor the moral
and phjslcal'safety ot oach child tin
dor tholrcaro" Thoro fs a groat dis
regard ot jiroperly established rules
In the construction of now buildings
and thoTemodolIng ot old structures
It has been found by exports, that
over 00 por cent of tbo school build
ings aro more unsafp either struct
urally or In 'inalntonan'co than the
Colllnwood sihooV whon Jt, hurnod
causIngthOj lloatli of 173 children
ondthnyj tjangjrfOvor C'schooli
burn In tho United 'States tor each
day of tbo year. Trifles duo to care
lessness or throuBjLthpugh.Uujnpss
aro tho causos eflftlifkijarist ppfc
centage of flro casualties ani con-
"It has boon said by an eminent
authority that 70 por cent of our
loss ot life is duo to unprotected vor
tical openings. I firmly believe "ibis
fs truo. I( Js the Vertical opening loft
unprotected 'that'allowB tho fire to
spread through tbo building or to tbo
adjoining area. Lack of proper fire-
windows, shutters, -wator curtains,
open stairways and elevator shafts,
lack of flro doors botwoon divisions
of or main buildings. This (a what
traps tho workman at his bench or
tbo clerk making her sales.
cause of uniform JubMco In the
world and so ultimately of tntorna-
.tlonal -peace, according to 'Dr. It:
Mosuljlma of Tokyo, Its pjvsldcnt.
Dr. MasuJIma la now In Amorlca,
after attdndlbgf tho recent conven
tion of ihorAUrcrlcSrtr Bar Assoiiatlon-'
hero. Thla.body was invjtcjlto.Ally.
Itself with the International, organi
zation ami tanyors ot toe American
bar-were Invited-to participate -la Its
conferences. He will also .attend tho,
Canadian Bar Association Cmootlng
Tho -tint .meeting? ot tho-Ibtorna-.
ttonnj' Dar :AsoeIatIona was told lost
year In Jfipah. its object wis doflnod
to bo "to promotS". JustlcO "by" the co
operation of tho mem bore of the. bar
throughout tbo world." Its ultimate
aspiration, Dr. MasuJIma said, was
to attajn permanent world poaco by
tbo power of a commonly accepted
standard of Justice ,
Tho principal business before this
jcarV convontion will be a confor
enco on tho points ot vlow regarding
Justice, which, according to Dr. Mas
uJimadUicii "yidely .In7 .dlfforent
countries, 'dcspltb tho fact that the"
world has Jseen hut two syatonui of
Jurisprudence, tho civil law' and the
Tho International association, be
said, should begin Its uork.ln Amor
lca and Europo where tho common
law, which bad Inaugurated demo
cracy, was npheld.
J Tin ouroplnlon, tho International
Bar Association Is an IndlsponBlblo
auxiliary of overy political enterprise
of which tho Leaguo of Nations Is
an oxamplo, " Dr., Masuplmn said.
"It U an Instrumon to bring na
tions together in bettor understand
ing, particularly the Kast nnd the
West, whoso modes of thought are.
totnlry different. I
"It should acquire In time among Flah Your Kidneys Occasionally
all nations authority to dicta to stand-1 It You Iiit Meat Itcgulurly
"ftrds of international Justlco to ho on- ' r
foreod by all tbo sanctions at the No man or woman who eats meat1
orogmariy. can-mnKO a ruistako by
flushing tho kidneys occasionally.
saya a well-known nuthorlty. Meat
forms uric ncjd" which clogs tbo kid-
noy Tores so" .they sluggishly tlltor
or"a.traIn'only"parUof tho waste nnd
poisons from, tboblood,, then you get
slclc. Noarljrall rlidumntlsro, hqud
achoe, Jlvoc trouble, nervousness,
a"urns) bladder', disorders coma" from slug
gish kidneys.' s "
Tho moment you fcol a dpll qche
I - s
. saBsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKKSAaTsUIU. dl tf f mmwM
I ;l2wH Karris to coffee I
I JBf MMwim , what happiness o I
) I tkMwm is to life. The I J
mWmWmf more nappmess . ;
I 'lHpHPH' the better life, I -
I llllllllB?'M'1tiH the more flavor I
I KlJlHtbettercoffee I
I K J - ---A I :i
I . llllPli
, i r - ., i, it ' I I
fr " I
Whon a man gets n swelled head,
there may bo no nioro in It than In a
It Is not tho correct tiling men In
pollto uocloty to return thn inlts
ot a physician.
,A,pi; tfcltm aadvat: o;-p-t
WZL' KLAMATH FALLS OREGOHifSVl
V 7 WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE. . U.UJ
More 9 O'docK-Your
Tiio -First Appllrntlon Makes Bklu
. Oool and Ooniforrablc.
It, you. aro sufrcrlng from eczema
Irvlnr "to mVk" nomnthlnif or somo .other torturing, embarrns,i-
morn out of It. br aid of her sum-l'iC lln txoublo j6u may quickly bo
raer's experience, an trying to help r'J ,t-It fhy using Montho-Sulphur,
othor girls make tar ewa Jobs i uociares. a notod.SKin specialist.
Tii &ulphurtpr.ciar.ation, because
of ltii .germ destroying- properties,
solJom fulls to quickly subdue Itch
Ing, 'even of fiery cczoma. Tho first
appHcatloii makes lio skin cool nnd
comfortablo. Rash and blotches are
healed rlgnt up. Mcntbo-Sulphnr Is
hppllod llko any pleasant cold cream
and Is perfectly harmless. You can
obtain a small Jar fronv any good
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE.
. .., OUY, TflEIR DRUGS
LOS ANOHLES, Cal., Sopt. 30.
Tho wlno making season Is on In tbo
Sixth Internal Itovcnuo district hero,
aid indications aro that only 2,000,-
0Q0 gallons' of wlno will bo manufne-
tnrod undor permit compared wthjrr
4,uou,ooo m i.jia. Manufacture of
wlno by largo concerns will bo lim
ited to two or threo wineries, others
bare arranged to dry itbc grnpos.
Thoro havo boon many applications
by, private famUlon sudor tbo 200
THE KLAMATH GRAIN EXCHANGE.;.
Sole agency fo r the largest' Wester n'4
"Milling concern. "
Will buy. your grain at top market prices,
for cash. See or phone
Malin, Ore. and Klamath Falls, Ore.
Bage Tea nnd KuInTmi-
Cwty, Faded Ha I r, Wk.
and Glossy .
To'ond SZ Knohwfl'Viat. So In tho kldrioys.pr 'ypV.back OwrU.t
oonded Hnn,J?,ri,,'Orr",06m. w ,f.the urlnd.1sv cloudy, btfonslve.
pounded, brings back, tho -natural col- fun '0t -K0,i(m0nf ir'rnVnr -,,
Or-nnd'lustro to the Tmir whn fnrtnrti1.-.?1-'' .JJr0fc'uwrfyj.as-
Or"nnd'lustro to the hair when fadod..-c
by a sensation of
streaked or gray. Years ego tbo only "!?,," ttU0,n , 7 , 80nBaUon L
.way .to iret. tni .,, ..... !ca.,1ln?' Kot bt 'our ounces of J
O MOOSE HALL, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
- SATURDAY NIGHT
Admission includes' war tax and ' the evening's
' ' ' ',-
dancing. Ladies free, war tax 5c. Best Music in town.
Hbuston-Filz Syncopated Oiccligstra
akiH "atJh'dmo SvlTlch i.",B.5rM Ba"nm:any: reliable pbarmac),
dpubW6W? ' -x ""?? takJ'a.-tBhIo8T.6onftil In a glass
NowaSays ,wo 'simply alk. ?t " suv''01 Vat6r ofo"-broaliftnl for a few
drue sto?o tor' "wLL-T a?-? ?"i Jays and your kidneys will thon act
flno. This famous salts is made from
You will M mo- 1U,S
a-iargo bottlo ot this old-tlmo rnclna'!tne ttcl ' BraPe8 ! lomon Julco
Improved by. the addition. of nthnr
Ingredients, rat yery; llltlq , cest: ByC1
erybod use Ma preparation !now.i
because no'bno can possibly tell thai
you darkened your hair, as It does
It so naturally and 'ovonly7 You
dampen a spongo or soft brush with
It and-draw-this through your hair,
taking ono small strand at a time;
by morning tho gray hair disappears,
and after another application or two,
your hair bocoraoBC beautifully
dark, thick and glossy and you lodk
yoars younger. Adv.
combined with lltuja and baa boon
nsed.for generations to flush clogged
kidneys' and ptlumulato them to nc
tlvlty -.also to nputralizo tbo acids In
nrlne so It no longer, causos 'Irrlta
Uon, thus ending bladder disorders
Jad Saltans Inozponslvo and can
mot Injure; makes a delightful offer
veacont lithla-wator drink which nl
regular moatloators should tako now
and thon to koop tho kidneys cloni
and tho blood pure, thereby avoid
ing serious kidney oompllcatlon.
HAVE YOU HEARJD OF THE
Automatic Electric Brake ?
OFv,COURSE-YOU. HAVE 1
J.rvl wl ! i
UTt C4 VU -
rSLTIF NOT,- WE- WANT-rTOUiTO SEIS ITAND
J - r : r!"KNow LdSBtii)T itT
CJ i,.S ... . ecu on u .-a
.m. r -tmr-j. is .inAi'i,rivir.Ki , . r, y
:!X. Jieil: tf.-.tc.T: 4
I'T A" 0vmT!IT
.AT44 1: .lnri,.v.rlVlCK.l 1
1W!i --Vr.1 -.Mtl !X!B ;.nj ,ir,a
Automatic Electric BrakferGoJl
D. J. JARVIS and G. S. MARSH
Corner Seventh and Klamath
uJrWTgff.rfT7?Trrrr-,nn.TTnmrf rt -vrr.it wwnfmin iiisviignrfiiii iVirnm'i-rrjtrrrrw'iriVT-rw- -hi-1 m , i-1 . 1 -it nrf 1 ft