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THE SEEK TO IMPORT ILLITERATE LABOR A few selfish American business m Legion TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH S, Fc HRISTJ In- terests are seeking to import an "illiterate labor class" as virtual slaves, Aitr.Riseivr Garland W. Powell, director of Americanism of the American Legion, charged in Atlanta, Ga. Powell's declaration was made during thai course of an address before an Illiteracy con(Copy fur This Department Supplied bjr the Arnerloan Iennn Nw rssrvicA. I ference called by the Legion for the state of Georgia The Legion man read a letter from PROVIDE FOR a' New York commercial organization LEGION'S VISITORS which stated that the board wanted this country to admit illiterate immiL. B. Gottlieb, a "buck" private durgrants. "If we exclude all Illiterates, ing the war, will represent the largest we would be without labor," the letter post of the American Legion In St. said. Paul, Minn., when delegations gather Powell said these people seek to esthere for the annual convention. Gott- tablish a condition of Industrial lieb, son of a Russian immigrant, was slavery. He declared that they atelected to his position as commander tempted to explain away their attitude of a St. Paul post because of his work by saying that without Illiterates the for the Legion, and because his com- nation would be without labor, when rades realized his organizing ability. the fact really is that they desire IlOn the principal post In the convenliterates so that they can have uninteltion city falls much detail work. From ligent, unthinking labor. Powell r recruitmust the ranks of that post be that such Interests were charged ed the hard workers, the men who do to Increase Immigration so most toward entertaining their com- seeking that might enjoy the swollen they rades, the men who must be qn hand profits that otherwise would in some practically for 24 hours a day. If nec- measure go to Intelligent labor. He essary, for the success of the affair. added that such a move would lower So when the 1024 officers for St. the standards of education and living. Paul post No. 8 were to be chosen, the to which he referred said, The thousand members cast about to see in part:letter who fitted this description most accu"We notice . . . the slogan in the rately. Regardless of the fact that the first page of your leaflet which reads members wers mostly Irish, this did as follows: 'No Illiteracy by 1027.' It not deter them from selection of Gottis not quite clear what this slogan lieb, a Jew. Race had nothing to do means. If It means that no Illiterates As it happened, are to be admitted Into the United with this election. but fifteen other Jews are members of States as immigrants. It raises a serithe post, and on the night of the elec- ous question and the board would not tion only five were present. such stoppage. The labor But Gottlieb has had a long record approve class Is one that we do not raise In the .of achievement In Legion organizing. United States ; It must be Imported. If He was a member of the Legion we exclude all Illiterates, we would be hours after his ar-- without labor." within forty-eigh- t This idea, according to Mr. Powell, means that a large section of business believes that America does not believe in the dignity of labor. It believes that America must go on and on, of Eu"the scum and riff-rarope, until the majority of our people Is composed of scum and tnwuf ..1 ,.. J illlilil ....n....M....w...MiriiTiiii fa u....,.. These things, he declared, are absoLelutely opposed by the American which are embodied In Him; that a The Resurrection gion. He argued that under present way may be prepared for the entrance "C a ASTER movable the of feast, laws America, foreign being Immigration Into our minds, as the event will be celebrated on April of His kingdom nations make sure that the emigrants of His love and wisdom government as 0 20, but low has been a are of type accepted April leaving their shores that we may fulfill His will in of humanity, almost impossible of as- the actual date on which the resur- there; all our earthly vocations and deeds; rection occurred: similation here. that His sustaining love as living Molt glorious Lord of lift, that on this bread, may be dally supplied, giving us strength for every state through day Agree on Site for New Thy triumph over death which we pass; whence, under Its inWar Memorial in Boston Didstandmake Bin, fluence, omissions of duty or debts Site for a World war memorial In And having- harrewed hell dldit bring that is, failures to discharge our obliaway funds Boston, to be built from surplus thence captive, us to win; gations to the Lord In the way of Captivity from the state bonus has been agreed This joyous day, dear Lord, with Joy keeping HIS commandments may be on by veterans' societies. This has begin. And grant that we, for whom Thou removed, so that we sink not in tempended long discussion by members of but may be able to go bravely didst die the American Legion and other or- Being with Thy dear blood clean- - tations, them, and be delivered from through two over washed from sin. nearly ganizations extending and which Is self-wi- ll of root evil that in May live forever felicity. years. self-prlIn us. After which, for the we And that love, Thy weighing A contention of certain veterans was I. E. Gottlieb. . communication of such favors, gratiworthily, e the funds be redistributed pro- May likewise that love Thee for the same tude flows forth. "For thine Is the rival in the Minnesota city with his whence from towns to the again. portionately kingdom, and the power, and the glory, discharge from service In his pocket. the money came. About $2,000,000 reforever. Amen." Since that time he has served as post mains In the fund, and It has been Easter teaches as of resurrection. It entertainment officer, post finance ofvoted by representatives of the socicarries our thought to a world beyond ficer and has taken an active pert In eties that the money shall be expendthe present In the Lord's Prayer we local, county and department activities. on a state shrine, In no way deed iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiimn take a descent from the Lord to our When the Ramsey county central comloThe voted to utilitarian purposes. lowest needs. But then there Is a remittee of the Legion was organized, he cation settled on, reaccording to the turn. When our needs are met, when a formed lie played principal part. cent conference. Is to be next to the His work Is wrought In us, there Is an the successful' post drum and bugle state house, bounded by Mt. Vernon ascent, a rising to Him, an aspiring to corps, which carried off department Beacon streets from north to and Him forever, by means of all that Ha honors In 1022 and 1923. lie formed south and by the state house and Joy hath done. the Ramsey County Legion Bowling street from east to west The prayer that the Lord's kingdom league, one of the most successful In Eight members of the Legion commay be realized as His forever. Is a the Legion. If there has been promittee acted on the proposal, end By C. Laurence Allbutt prsyer that He may find ns the willing ductive activity of the Legion In St. voted of the project subjects of His kingdom; that as He Paul, Gottlieb very likely figured In It overcame for us, and rose again, wa iiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Gottlieb was born In Russia and S AN Easter promise we have may yield ourselves to Him as those came to America with his parents In Community Hornet to carry out His full de the Lord's assurance, "I am In whom He can 1803. He Is the second son of famBe Built in California to the discharge of our leading signs, and the resurrection the served of ily eight Five of the family Construction of ' American Legioa life" (John '11:25) and "Be dutlea In His sight with faithfulness, In the World war three In France. homes In eight different communities cause I live ye shall live sincerity and diligence before Him. It Ells high school education was never In Contra Costa county, California, also" (John 14:0). And as Is a prayer that this state may be completed, as he left during his first will be started this spring. According In us day by day. . an become to a Easter blessing we have His gra- strengthened adyear printer's apprentice, to Morgan Keaton, department The prayer that the Lord's power 20: unto be (John "Peace which trade he still follows. With anyou" cious of the organization, the approbe acknowledged forever is a other World war veteran he came hack jutant of $240,000 will be necessary 10). But do we not need an Easter may that His love msy have control priation prsyer ns the as Lord, by tauglit and opened his own shop .In the Minfor this work and approximately $13,-00- prayer, also enter In us. The Lord's kingdom Is forever the Into meaning nesota city, which he still operates, will be allocated to each com- that we may of His truth; the the government of and realisation of His promise and though he says It Is likely his attenmunity. to which the promise Lord's power Is the love which actu the tion to It will be little during the few blessing Under the California law, recently ates that truth. How His power looks forward? Here It Is, as given months previous to the St Paul conshows Itself In the activities of gen by the State 8upreme court, upheld and Is the thine "For kingdom, vention, in view of his present post. a county la given authority to set aside tons: uine love, ranging from the loftiest forever." the and glory, such funds for erection of a communi- the power, Is In the alms to the lowliest, even If It be only a sense truest For this a plank to make It ty home for use of veterans, once all rs Is the closing part of the driving a nail Into It Camp to prayer. more secure for another's tread, or the money Is paid Into the county manner this "After Lord's Prayer. House Legionnairet treasury. The act was passed In 1021. the hand to another to show a ye." the Lord said. And at the giving The erection of the homes is under di- pray occurs fellow sympathy! All this is a An little camp to house visitsacred word, "Amen," the which we are receiving from rection of the county boards of supei end ing Legionnaires who attend the deconfirming all that has gone before. power partment convention of the Legion in visors and groups of veterans In each It means "be It so." It expresses our the Lord to endure and to appear with Ashevllle. N. C, will be established. Intensity in the other life In county. fervent desire to acknowledge all that greater varieties of mutual This Is believed to be one of the first several petitions of the prsyer the Innumerable the will which there abound. Instances that the Legion men will, good of Snow to to the and Through experience enjoy Imply As the sequel, that the Lord's glory like the Grand Army of the Republic, Dig Visit Veteran Patients what Ills kingdom, power and glory may be forever, It Indicates our desire encamp In this manner. Involve. for Heavy snowstorms completely Isothe splendor of His will to be re It Is believed that hotel facilities recThe Lord's Prayer Is a complete lated the Sunnyrest sanltsrlum for disflected In our churches, where from will be overtaxed during the convenfor has Lord done the all of that ord men near Rselne. tion and the Klffin Rockwell post has abled us of "our Father In the first to last we are His. As members of the Legion's as. It tells Wis. arranged to open a huge camp, which described as "the elsewhere heavens." sick committee from the Racine post will require 000 tents, 12.000 blankets one that Inliablteth uiiiiiiiiiimimtmiiiiiimmiiiiiiimnnia and lofty high announced that they and 3.01 X) cots to care for the visitors. A bad previously whose name Is holy" (Isa. 57: would visit the sanitarium on a cer- eternity, Eimntra iBak an small charge will be made for acwho 1.1), yet came to establish His the commodation, which will Include tain date. Uiey set out throunh show men end to among "kingdom" snow to fill the engagement In ordr meals, "bus tickets, sod to all attracbow His "will" might b done sssong tions planned for the Legionnaires that the patients might have the little them. He spoke of Himself a "the rTiimiimmmiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiii comfort Items of personal prepared stay. during the three-da- y bread of life" to them and the "for-givby the Legion. Two of the men. Ell of their Bins. He endnred Hannon and Lester Bowman, were the hells to pro. forced to shovel snow more than half "temptations" against S, Say$ Former Service . mote Ills work, but overcame and "dev I I car to their In order a get mile through, Men's Party Will Come os from the evil thst otherlivered' and set. time at the arrived but they threatened. So "He bath Political muddling has cost the for first news of the outside wise bad mer American soldiers so much during brought Ills taken great power and bath sev world to the veteran patients In relmed" (Rev. 11:17). the last four years that the climax will eral days. Whence there Is. In brief, the whole be establishing a former service men's of the Lord's redemption as efparty, according to Joseph Scliwarta, story Long Distance, Please a member of the American Legion In fected for as In the Lord's Prayer. And "Are yon sure these field glaseo are It tells, too, of His present work of Atlantic City. Schwarti made this declaration In speaking before the high power?" asked the lady potential salvation In a, as we follow Him, thst customer. with we may know and Lions club of that city. This Is the way the Easts. bunnies "Madame," replied the ambltloss Hint alone as our Heavenly Father; "The time Is coming when the formet enter politics," salesman, "when yon ns these glasses that we may reverence His name or fix up the nest of chocolate-decorate- d man ' will service ffgs ,or t" kiddies ef the family 4n Hohwarts said, "a service roan doesn't anything less than ten miles away ;harter In sll the grsres of mercy, the belief ef r.he children. want money, bat he want a soldier looks like It's behind yon." American umlllty. Jostles and Legion Weekly Party." WII fur-the- ft "''' riff-raff- ." - Jut j 0 Out-of-Doo- 'i,fVVV'. t s&b. Bulletin Discusses Tuberculosis Is Brooding of Chicks Not Transmitted " Success Depends on Skill Calves From Diseased Cows and Care of Operator. Found Free of Infection in Alaskan Test. (Prepared by the United States Department On noultrv farms one of the most difficult operations Is the brooding of chicks, says the United States Depart i United Statu Department (Prepared by the ot Agriculture.) Thirty calves dropped by tuberculous ment of Agriculture in a recent farm ers' Bulletin, "Natural ana Arunciat Brooding of Chickens," a revised edition by Alfred R. Lee. The bulletin considers In detail the brooding of chickens with hens and with artificial brooders. Attention Is given to all the different kinds of equipment, sucn as brood coods. hovers, brooders and brooding systems, correct temperatures, care of purchased day-ol- d chicks, feeding young cmcKens, toe punching and banding. According to this bulletin, the suc cessful brooding of chickens depends on the skill and care of the operator as well as the use of good vigorous chickens, which are free from disease. Poultry raisers are cautioned particularly against the danger of overfeeding, lack of exercise, overcrowding, overheating, and too little heat The beginner cannot expect definite rules to carry him through to success, Dut he will find information which will enable him to know when there Is something wrone and suggestions as to what sort of corrective Is needed. This Bulletin. No. 1370. is a revision of and supersedes Farmers' Bulletin No. 624, and may be obtained free or charge, as long as the supply lasts, by addressing the Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. cows In the valuable breeding and perimental herd of the United States Department of Agriculture In Alaska from 1017 to 1020 have been successfully raised and adjudged free from tuberculosis. While ordinarily the practice of retaining such stock In the herd Is to be condemned, and should be allowed only In extremely exceptional cases, the success of the Alas? kan experiment proves that a very valuable animal which has become infected with tuberculosis need not be slaughtered; and that the excellent qualities which such an animal would transmit to Its offspring can be transmitted and perpetuated in the offspring without incurring any risk of transmitting the disease. Appearance of Disease. Considerable effort has been expended in developing a breed of cattle suitable for Alaskan conditions by crossing the Galloway breed with Holstein-Frleslan- s, when In spite of all known precautions having been taken the disease made Its appearance In the herd. Measures were adopted to retain the diseased animals and to raise calves from them because of their value. The diseased cattle were placed in quarantine 15 miles from the healthy herd and treated as Bound cattle, be ing given free access to pastures and receiving the usual feed. For the first 24 hours after birth the calves were allowed to remain with their dams In order that they might draw off the first milk, or colostrum, from the udders. They were then removed to separate quarters and fed the pastuerlzed milk from the tuberculous mothers. Milk, together with grass and such other forage as was eaten at will, constituted the entire ration until six months of age. When old enough, they were tested, and upon being pro nounced healthy were added to the sound herd. Msy Save Reactors. Breeders of pure bred cattle prob ably will not retain reactors for breed ing except In rare cases, even though the affected animals are valuable. The experiment proves however, that high ly prized reactors need not be slaughtered. They cannot be cured, but they can be Isolated and bred for the pro duction of healthy offspring. ex- Number of Better-Sir- e Users Reaches Big Total 1 The systematic manner by which thousands of live stock owners In the United States are improving the quality of their animals Is shown by a re port Just made public by the bureau of animal Industry, United States Department of Agriculture. A total of 12,608 persons Is shown to be using pure bred sires exclusively for all classes of breeding animals kept This result obtained under the "Better Sires Better Stock" plan, Involves close to 1,500,000 animals and fowla and a vastly larger number of There are also believed to be many Indirect results. The widespread operation of the better-elre-s activity Is shown by an outline of progress during the last three months in 1923 and which on request. Applications for participation In the work were re ceived from C06 live stock owners in 25 states and 07 counties. This is an Increase of about 50 per cent over en rollments for the previous three months. Persons who thus with state extension services and with the United States Department of Agriculture by pledging to use pure bred sires exclusively, receive helpful pub lications, a suitable certificate of rec ognition, and a lithographed sign bear ing the legend " Pure Bred Sires Ex( clusively Used on This Farm." g. Object Lesson for Pure Bred Sheep Is Outlined One lot of wool that lacked staple caused the Importation of over forty head of pure bred sheep Into Tyler county. West Virginia, in 1923, according to reports to the United States Department of Agriculture. The owner of this lot of wool had It graded while at the warehouse In the wool pool early In the year. It was pronounced good In quality but lacking staple. He then asked the extension service what he could do to Improve it and, following the advice given, purchased a pure bred Delaine ram In an a'djolnlng state. A number of sheep growers In the county were present when the new ram arrived, and as a result of the Interest in Improved stock thus aroused, a boys' and girls' sheep club was organized. For club members and adult fanners, together, 40 registered eyes and three registered rams were brought Into the county be fore the end of the year. Inventory Sheets Show Need for Better Plans' Filling out farm Inventory sheets furnished them by the local extension agent convinced farmers In Rowan and Iredell counties. North Carolina, of their need for better planning and more businesslike methods in farming. As a result according to reports to the United States Department of Agriculture, over 200 of these farmers have kept a record of the cost of producing 'their crops and a number have for the first time produced enough corn, meat and hay to supply them until next harvest One farmer, who In June Is Best Time for previous years has produced no home Sowing Alfalfa for Hay supply of meat this year grew five Probably the best time to sow alfal bogs for this purpose. Many grew fa Is In June. Prepare the land In the gardens for the first time. spring and harrow It to keep down the weeds till June, and then sow the al falfa. Some delay the sowing If the ground is dry, until August Many people, however, sow the alfalfa early In the spring with a nurse crop like A cat Is hard to lose, but a good one barley or oats, not over one bushel of barley or oats per acre. If the sum Is harder to find. mer becomes quite dry the oats snd Pasture helps make swine profitable. barley can be cut early and made Into hay. This gives the alfalfa the entire Do you pasture yours T e e e possession of the soli. Common clover can be sown In the same way. If you The early garden depends largely on have trouble In getting a stand of clo-v- the early hotbed or e you can give It a better chance Let the grass get a good start beby sowing the seed alone as ststed above, for alfalfa, because then It has fore turning out the cows; both pasthe entire possession of the ground. ture and cows will benefit e e e If the seed it sown alone and the land la weedy you may have to clip the Where sugar beets can be grown this weeds so they will not rob the soli of crop may well take the place of small the moisture and smother the clover grain that has not proved profitable, or alfalfa. When buying fertilizer remember that It Isn't what you pay that counts Hawks Aid Poison Crews as much as what you get for what you in see er cold-fram- see Controlling Rodents Hawks aid In rodent control work in Colorado, according to an employee of the biological survey of the United States Department of Agriculture. On a single day last fall there were noted 20 hawks feeding upon dead and dying prairie dogs on an area poisoned th previous day. At least at many more were flying In the Immediate vicinity. These hawks, principally the roughlegged. and prairie falcon, follow th poison crews slmost ss scavengers snd are proving a valuable asset in follow work. When the up and clean-uprairie dogs have been reduced by a VH per cent clean-up- , as In the cane of most systematic polonlog campaigns conducted by the blologlrsl survey. It can be safely said that the remainder will be kept under control by these predatory birds. p pay. see Time Invested In community meetings and farmers' Institute ought to be credited to the profit side of the ledger. see Do not feed young chicks within 43 hours after they are hatched, and be sure that a little grit Is In the first srrstch feed. e e e Uncle Ab ssys thst the man who can't find anything to do on the farm In winter doesn't deserve to be there In the summer. e e If the same plot has been In garden for ten or twelve years, maybe It would pay to sow It In bluegraas for pasture snd lay out a new patch for the garden.