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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
P. R. HOCUS).. Editor and PnMlufcer
n. R. HlI.Ti. .,.... City Kdltor
P. O. N1CKI.U Advertising Manager.)
Published dally xcopt SunJay, at
lun linruitl luoiiamnK cumynuj ui
mamma taut, ni uv mgaia sirooi.
"HnternJ nt the postofflco at Klam
ath Falls, Oro. (or trtnsralulon
throoih tho matli, at acornl-clais
milter. , , , .n
MHMIJEB "OFvTHri AflSOCIATKD
1 ' mass
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ly entitled to tho use for publica
tion of 611 nows dispatches credited
to It, or hot otherwlso crodltod In
this paper, and also tho local nows
Copy for display advertising must
bo In this oftlco not later than 3
p.m. on tho day preceding publica
tion In order to bo Inserted tn the
unn nf ihn n.inrr of tho next day
Want ads nnd reading notices will j
be received up to 12 noon on the
day or issue.
jicmiii i'uuiiiiiiim v.vui.i,ij.
TIIL'IIHDAV, DKCr.MllKIt 1 1, 1022
I CHRISTMAS SEALS j
Till: purpose of tho Christmas
leal Is to raise funds to aid
In the fight against tuberculosis.
That fact Is generally known. What
Is not so well known is tho success
that hasv attended tho work since It
was begun by tho National Tubercu
losis' association in 190.". A bulle
tin from tho stato nMoclatloa now
cots tho facts forth In a graphic man
ner. In 190S tho tuberculosis death
rate was 102.6 per 100,000 popula
tion. Last year It was 114.2, a de-
crcato of 43.6 per cent. At the
1905 rate thoro would havo been
210,000 deaths from this causo last
year. Thero wcro 122,000, n saving
of 88,000 lives. Taking the cost of
a life lost through tuberculosis nt
$8,000, Professor Irving Fisher's fig
ure, tho dividend on tho health work
done by tio Cbrfitmas seals Is $704,
000,000. In 1915 there was sn association
In Oregon, but llttlo else. Since
that time thero havo developed IS
county health associations, 13 coun
ty nurses, 38,017 modern health
crusaders, and ono model open air
schoc(.j Thirteen clinics wcro hold
In 1921-1'd::, an'd "tho number of
hospital bods for tuborculosls pa
tients has Increased from 100 to 271.
This Is a remarkable record, but
tho work has only begun. Tho fight
Is on to eliminate tuberculosis com
pletely, thereby adding two and a
half years to tho expectancy of hu
man llfo. The llttlo seal Is tho means
of gaining this end. It Is about tho
biggest Christmas purchase, anyone
I THE SMALL DAILY
Industrial Xcn llurcau
HE story of tho newspaper pub
lished In tho country town or
smaller rlty has significance for tho
studont of American society. The
lnfluonce of this class of newspapers
Is closo, constant and pervasive.
When tho paper appreciates Its
opportunities and Is judiciously con.,
ducted, it becomes a member of
tivcry family within Its field In n
way that tho great newspaper of the
largo city cannot rival.
Tho small town paper Is novcr a
product of wealth, Its capital eon-1
slating of tho editor's brains and Its
plant of copy paper, pasto, scissors,
- table and waste basket.
,, , , I
Tho success of such newipapor.
19 U.llllt, VUILII; IU 1..U lUHIHtiQ MIIU
persistence of tho proprietor nnd to
tho support of tbo community. Tho
loyalty of thu editor and of tho pa
per to tho community Is an assot to
any town and deserves Its friend
ship. Thoro Is a strong bond of Influ
ence botweon smaller city dallies and
their readers that can never exist In
tho relation of tho metropolitan dally
nnd tho public.
A FUNNY COP
tWTOW comes a smart policeman In
ill Caspor, W.otnlng, who claims I
ho gavo a newspaper reporter a fako
K story of Clara Phillips' capturo. '
n,iwJPH-Mt,1P! .woman In cuitody
was not Clara Phillips. Ho .thought .
It was a brllllunt hoax. Most peoplo
a would call It plain and Inexcusable
lying, but It Is an unoxplalnablo fact '
thnt thoro nro soma folks, of othor-
wlsa impoccnblo charactor, who
think It a tribute, to tholr mentality
rather than a blot upon tholr moral-
ity, to "put somethlngoovor on tho
v Among this latter class tl(o Wyo
y lulnRfPollL-pman will 'doubjlpHs bo
5 halUid aViaK'i'drbd'vsprJt.,ni)dvJil8
JSm'Jocosii triumph will bo highly nppro-
ItKItU will lie few to weep the
return to the oblivion from i
which he roe. of Kcseoe Arhuckle, ;
tho crstxthilp fnt comedian of tho :
t.Vitlv hna fmttiil ll.i. wnrnlun .,.
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Carding tho hardness of the tram
Rrrssor'a pathsto bo Oio blttar luitti
If tho rofusalif motion picture '
producers to permit '"tho tintsc no to
capitalize hla licentious past mi-riei
a lesson to other the trnRlr Incident
that cost n woman's life and K.itiy
reputation will rrve an exr. Unit
When Harding said he preferred j
the neck of tho turkey II.irdiiiK ma j
nnvo mount tho necks of the Turk
A scuttle of coal Is a good Christ -
mas present but ery expensive.
Trouble with a man who Is a woiv
tier at talking H wonders never
(lirls read r.o many drcs hints and
than just hint n't'dresslng.
Cuff links nre suitable for a man.
Give him sets to send to the laundry
with every shirt.
It Is stmngo but when a man sows
his wild oats he raises rain.
We didn't realize Christmas was
as near ns It Is until wo saw so iui.
Uttlo boys at Sunday school.
"Anyone can lick our navy." says
Sims. Perhaps they could get a test
match between It and Dcmpsoy.
Every now nnd then a fouutalD
pen tries to live up to its name by
bubbling all over the paper.
The well-known Notion singer nr-
rested In New "York was charged
with theft, not lth singing.
Every now and then stop kicking
about the grocery bill and think
about tho food riots la Ilerlln
Do you want a present fqr an en
emy? Give him a cigar lighter.
Our Idea of a radical Is a man
who thinks be desorves his neigh
bor's car because ho can ran It
A well dug In medieval days was
found" (a LIscux, France. It would
make flno I.lmburgcr cbceso holes
Al Goodwin of FItchburg. Mast ,
admits ho has bowled 107.700 games
In 40. years but Al has nut consent
ed to seo a doctor.
What will you glvo your wife? We
j suggest several spools of silk thread
to match your silk socks.
Our Idea of a good time would be
to get a dog and namo him Tariff
and tie a can to bis tall.
Tho early bird has to sit around
and wait for tho worm to got up.
Mexico's president claims ho was
not killed In tho recent riots, but you
can't bcllovo thbso Mexicans.
One advantago In wearing a derby
Is nobody wants to steal It.
The beat place to make money Is
always some other placo.
Two can livo as cheaply as one un
til tho bills start coming In.
U takes a train only ono kecond
to win tho decision over an auto.
Ono 'of our big ships landed with
a list tho ether day but tho list was
not a wlno list.
A woman '" I,0',on woat "ary
when her now hat arrived. It la
jp bQ huband w0 ,
Yale has a rapid ten-mlnuto men
tality test for students. KdUon will
think It nine minutes to? !ang.
Miss Mlna Horno Is a promising
grand opera singer and not a trom
bonist as you would oxpect.
Dependability. Currln's For Drugs.
Virginian Honored for Heroism
... ii-.. v,a,.io. in
i?,S agun or men against machine gun
Zxrnor UntT.ii( oVvimWoT wnVowrtlcd tho . B.C. lfcro aro
?hnnrSn Lcieune. B&nUuy of tho Navy Pcnby, Assistant gecfo
Uitj'KaVy noosivelti'pnd Coptaln MwtB3U-',-
i S'SKJSi' '
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Tf " T
hcn Marj- Pickfonl goes Christ,
mas shopping sho certainly puts a
dent In tho bankroll of her hand
somo huslnd. Here she Is behind
a pllo of guts which tho is starting
en their way in ccod scascn.
K. M. Watson, of Kugeno, Is rr
Istercd at the White IVIIcau hotel
ii it it... i..., ,.-. ,-t..
ii. i. iinu urrieii i.iii iiimoi
from Sacramento and will bo here
for tho remainder of the week look-
Ing after Hart llrothers Interests.
W. O. Holcomte. representative
for the Metro Pictures Corporation,
left this morning on his return to
Saa Francisco after a business Mslt
of several days hsre.
jir. anu .Mrs. u. r. uovr leu on
train lor an hranctico
where they will visit with
earl, until after tho
Mr. and Mrs. F. h. Cas, who for
the past fow weeks have been In
Klamath Falls as tho house guests
of Mr. nnd Mrs. J, tt Johmtcn. left
today for their home In Cflico. Call-'
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ilarkcr are '
Planning oa leaving Sunday morning j
for I.os AngelM and Pasadeaa whero
they will visit for several weeks
with relatlvcj and friends.
ci..i n..,i i... i-. .ti.
MttVilll 4W U JT, ! HMVtH
Isg by tralu for Salam with Patrick!
DUhop, found guilty of forgery who
was sentenced to threo years In the
state penitentiary yesterday
Judgo A. I.. I.cavltt. '
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Daggett and !
Mrs. Henrietta Melhato left tho first I
of tho week for San Francisco whore j
they will spend a week or ten days
on a combined business and pleasure
Ivan Hammorsly. who was opera-
ed upon Sunday at a local hospital.;
I, reported to be holding hi. own,
n though he is still In a serious con-
dltlon.Hummc.rsly has been driving
Falls this summer. ,
Mrs. J. II. Idnfeuty, accompanied '
by her nlcc'e, Miss Holoa Lindsay, '
who has been visiting at tho l.lnfes-,
ty homo for several weeks, loft this '
morning for Hylands, California.
Mrs. Idnfesty expects to bo away for !
tho remainder of tho winter mouths. '
Initiation and Smoker ihl ovon-
Ing, December II, Visiting I-lka
l)y Order Kxaltcd Ilulur.
II. K. MOMYKIt, Sec'y. 11
nrttnn near Landrcvlllo. Franco, In
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ILLITERflGY ffl ,
PR08LEIW IN 0. 5.:
SIUUTON. IV,' H Asslm-1
! Ilatt.n of tho for Isn horn, romoxnl I
if illiluracy. ndjuttmtit of Incuuitll-,
tie IU edileatlilliil opportunities,
, and Inculcation u( proper Ideals con
I cerulng the American form of i:ov-
erumenl. are paratuoiitil probluuii j
which the educational forces of the
e. untry mint meet, m the opinion
ef Commlwloaer of Kducntlou Tig
, ert ns expressed today In hla nntltlnl
"What we do or fall to do In pub
i lie education," he said, "will largo- j
l.v determine the futuro of otir ux
pertinent In democracy."
Informed leadership in deallns
with these problems, tho report do-
i elared. Is heeded more now than nver ,
befi.ro. It wai potited out that
while sumo of the states, through
years of experience and cunsceuthe
effort of trtilned leaders havo nc-
, compllshod nottiblo nrhleomeum in
" various phases of educational theory i
and practlcej other states am still
seeking the a'nwer. to many of the
same questions, and laboriously and
at .great expense explorlns ground
that has already been carefully
It Is the work of the bureau of
' education. It was s.tlJ. to proinut';
tho cause of education throughout
' the country, to dlssomlnnto such In
formation, and to setiit Inter-stale
co operation. Much of tho cojtly
duplication and experiment v:u de
clared to havo been s.ued by the
bureau by making available 13 all
thu states tho experiences and '
achievements of the moit progres
sive and most highly endowed, us '
far as its resources enablo It. '
flubiiantlally Increased support
for tho bureau, at a cuusorvtmo In-
vestment, wni recommended by Tl
-., ,N ,i ,iHi., .. .,. . , ..
ac,hll,M niler IV wholl. ,B
oa ul,tUl, ,!lfr na ,
,, ,hro'UK,riac!. of m, in. llmt
' wa Impossible i r Iti :.. lat ti to
, K,Vc 'u" atlentlen to iimro thnu n
j niall part of the perplexing ques
I tlona upon which schoi I authorities
jseuk adlco. Another handicap wa
! said to bo tho stnall amount avail
, nblc for pjllcs,Uons Schi al Mfe.
,hn monthlv nniiiirHiinn , n... !,.
..in .-n DAi-niinrllv ,tl.nti,i,... rn
" .... ..'h ... ,j uin.u (,mi.ii i.r,
aimnu n.rl tirMitn nf tiw f.,itii.
; 0( congres to agree upon n measure
for tho Puol'ca"'n f periodical "X
For each stato to mat .titiu
own '1,m eJucatloa. a.Inptlrrt
own methods of organization, a I
ministration and instruction nn 1 de
termlnlag for Itself the amoui t and
character of Instruction which jbnll
be provided for Its children, tl .
commissioner salil. Is entirely proper
since the genius of tho American
people will probably neter nci opt the
I'lca o' a centralized national stem
work, ho pointed out, was to collect
statistics and facts t-a the vurlou
i systems and to publish tho informa
Hon so that educators In ewtry pmt
of tho land will know what prunrea
has been mado In oducatlun
To mako Its servh-o morn effec-
live, tho functlor.it of tho bureau nro
divided Into four parts field nor
vlco, rcicarrh and Investigation' of
special problems, educational sur-
veys, and dUiemluntlon of lufrma
wor(, m9( lclU(ll tMe
n ()f (Io K a g, i(o
Hl(jm of Ollucnllollf ;U of ,llK.
m 0(lucatlon;, ,ntmil,.M, , ,)f ry
pubc ge o ,,,, 3 ,)f clty
school bulldlngi, nnd ono of n county
syslom of schools. Home of thoio
r.ocossltated from four to night
wcoks study by a corps of exports,
Tho resulting irecommrndatlona led
to Hubstnntlnl Improvement In tho
Ono of tho Important tasltn of the
year was uiidurlahon by a force of
I 199 persons sent to Alaska to hulp
tho people of tho territory to earn
, n hotter livelihood by tho reindeer
Industry, to glvo them medical at
tentlo:i, to rellnvo destitution among
' them and to maintain schools for
thorn and their children. Tho dls
I trlbutlnn of reindeer among tho tin
I then u;td tho use of the enterprise,
as the forni, of Industrial education
best fitted to tho racca Inhabiting the
untlmbcrcd regions of Alaska ro
I maliui tinder tho supervision of tho
I bureatt of educatien:
I . :
i Waterman Fountain Pttns. GlftH
for stmlenis: Currln's Vox Drugs. Ill
fT rr. "i
l.'ugono Woolen mill employing
Special feature of Lyceum Ilazaar
light Chicken I.unch from 12
o'clock on Friday and .Saturday 1 1
Garibaldi showing much building
activity U0 hoiiscu, office bulldlnit
nnd Kovorn! husluosa limmeH under
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c ptgr.'.. ,Pff
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i who receives one or P I'M
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