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. THE COLOMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY,-DECEMBER 2Q,U922,
Secretory Davis Offers Plan tOlln- go r nationalities. It has sisterirono and A. Yamagata; from China: K.
" A.AzZ.,.1 -1 n:.
i wr'tJ r ...lli-
? Public Opinion,
"'-TTrtitrT rTrr- o TiTM7C
SHOULD HAVE 2 TKAJJhiJ
Sa)S Unemployment Is Due to
Inability of Workmen to
K. rl T.l
, Washctov, Dec 20. A million dol-
hr federal commission to "depropagan-
doe" the statements of contending sides
in industrial disputes was proposed to
Conpew as an aid to quick and effecthe
settlement of strikes by Secretary of La-'
bsr- Davis in hb annual report.
Dans based nis plea tor such a body
on ti principle that" public opinion
ties strikes and without full possession of
all the facts, public opinion cannot bolder the name of the Liger de los Estu-'ln
formed. diantes Americanos. In France -it is
- 'The public knows that often alleged t,0n " t? A?e"li?? nle d
facts are presented in public speech or
.announcement which.are not the true,'Ilb ".c Whed , I'r. Cermany,
.facts and therefore the public often hesi-' herau, Greece. Hungary, and sereral
tates in reaching a conclusion," the
retary wrote. i""c "" '""' "" " " "" '2nd, 1923, between the hours of nine
, , , . years ago when 125,000 students and . , , . .. t , - i t
With the proper sort of an organaton rrom aU plrts of u.e world were'?C if " fTf f,U '
in the Department of Labor, it would be raroilej active members f' ",eraoon of " Tt the South
possible not only to bring contending. The spirit of the organiration b admir- front door of court hoaie' "
elements together before a break m mostably tamaed Dp ;n ; moMo -Above city of Columbia, in Boone Cgunty,,
case-, but also m every mstance to give,AU XMj-on5 ; HniaanitT Ue of ytni ;
the public the tree fact frora unpreju- the cp,,,,, aab ;5 t0 dch ia ......,.,. , fnlLlw,Br j' -
diced screes which wuld bring about o . j t b'cr, the followmg desenbed
a speedy crystalzaton of pubbc opinion ,,! and brotherhood and the de- " B.hans and situate in
as to the merits of the dipute.
..,, ... - . cindered fiy color, race, nationality, or
jeahze that the public would get the CTCei NataralIy Uie club is non-parti-true
facts would make them hesitate to ,.j .--,
"I n ir tin mai in. mni,nnr
come to a break.
STEtus coixd be otDtr, c,ab she University are seniors, high- ff part of the West half of the1
-I bebeve with the creation of an or-)la!nd(r1 Tottng pp uh a purpose !n IVorthwest quarter of Section One (1)
ganixation such as I have in mind and iiff -r fore;pi studnlt9 ,. hm t0 and 14 28-100 acres part of the Soulh
with an appropriation of approximately aeqaire an edacation that will better fit east P of the East half of the North
J1,000.000 a year, tWs gradually to be tbem ,0 be useful citizens of their respec- et V" of Section Two (2) con
increased with the growth of industry, ,jje cantrip. Ih scholarship they rank ,ahung in all 40 acres more or less, and
practically every labor controversy can fogl. Several are members of honorary --;---.
I- slinclcH nH nmirttr av-tr elms r r .
.UJ. .... v.v, .. ana proiesMonal lratemities and a num-,
Le avoided." ber have made Phi B-u Kappa.
This -simon-pure news agency- pro-, LOXAL 10 TIInK scqol
posed by Davis -would be, an adjunct of Inquiryamong the foreign students re
the conciliation serriee, -whtbe work dot Teal5 ,be fact tal ,be School of Journal-,
ing the past year Davis landed and ex- Um and the College of Agriculture are
tension of which he urged, . the to departments of the Unhersity!
The unemployment crises that pe- lhich are best known in foreign countries,
riodically afflict the country are due not The School of Engineering, too, is well
so much to actual dearth' of employment and favorably known and attracts many
as to -the inability of American work-s,iiden!s. The foreign students are loyal
men f adjust themselves to changing and are enthusiastic boosters for "Old
circumstances,"' in the opinion of Secre- JIbzou" after they return to their homes.)
tary Davis. The University gains a good portion of the
American workmen, he suggested, hes- new foreign students through the in
ilate to take up unfamiliar lines of work fiuence and advice of these old students'
when depression hits their trades. As a ho go back home.
rcu!t there is consuntly a considerable ' The following are the enrolled members
number of unemployed who are in that 'of the club here; from the United States;
position for no ether reason than that they i President J. C Jones, Prof. R. J. Kerner,
will not take other kinds of work then Mrs. R. J. Kemer, Prof. J. E. Wrench,'
offered. This number, Davis estimates Mrs. J. E. Wrench, Miss Laura Cox, Dr.j
at normally one and a half million. When ' C W. Perkey, Alfonso Johnson, Miss Bess '
strikes or other industrial disturbances Ketehum, C W. Billings, M. D. Jett, Les-1
hit labor, the total of unemployed swells ter Parker, Cilbert James, William Tis
to the magnitude of a "crisis." del, Carol) n Simon and Alline Smith; ,
sEcoNDisirwoBir is RraiDT from the Philippine Islands: Ricardo O.'
The remedy, according'to Davis is for Reyes, Thomas Lazarte, Alferdo PascauL
every workman to embrace a secondary
employment. Increased appropriations
to enable the Federal Employment Ser-
vice to carry on an educational camnaicn
for "secondary occupations" was aked of (
Congress by Dans.
1 would be the last one to saggest that
become soleJ Jacks of all Trades,'
-mil . wouia urge upon every iaie wore-
man mai wnen mere is inaami) in nis t f n-j sexml yfan ag0
-trade, he use every effort to 'adapt him-
self to some other line of work," Davis .R. H. Emberson to Audrain County.
wrote. R. II. Emberson went to Audrain Coun-
"Manifestly the skilled workman can,fty yesterday in the interest of boys and
if he will, do work of, some other kind, girls' club work.
but my experience is that too often when !
idlenes is forced upon him, he rejects
. t!ie thought of other employment for one
or-more of several reasons.
, "He may not be able to secure as
high wages in other employment, or he!
j nay be under the impression that the ,
secondary employment will lose himi
prestige in his jr4tar occupation." ,
encts use or federal service I
Davis urged that more attention be ;
paid to the federal employment service ,
'as a possible solution of the unemploy-.
ment problem. .
"We have tuo problems to meet" Da-1
vis wrote, "to prevent the recurrence ofj
the employment depression of last year
which threw five or six million men into'
idleness and to reduce the number of men J
who are daily without means of liveli
"The United States Employment Ser
vice, as a national organization, keeps in
touch with the general siluaton in every
part of the country. Fully organized and j
equipped, it would have its fingers at all
times upon the pule. of the labor sup
ply and demand of the country. The'
last year this service with its co-operating
agencies, proved its effectiveness. It1
listed nearly 2500,000 workers seeking,'
-employment and placed nearly L500.000'
of i them in job without expense to the'
worker or employer. Its usefulness and .
the need for its development are plain."
Furnace Cleaning and Repairing: I
,. - Furnace cleaning and repairing and'
gas leaks. Day or night. Phone 1720-'
green. Gurley and Collars.
, Employment wanted by young woman i
during university holidavs. Phone' 1554)
-W lta llav nr nifrht Phfttu IT'ML' T m M I II win m i
rfj pta. Gurley and Conars. Adr-9 IOUl X OQciV B
) SITUATION WANTED j ' i'l
. , Employment wanted by young woman I . "" 9H
A- .1.. t :... l.i:j... ni l irri ill B In
9 M.(1MI1U UUItCitlt, !MI.U2d,S. L UUI1C IJkTtfH i..- .$ -.. H . Ill '
ot Kepresennng iviany nauura
Of an the many orpraaaikms among 'A. Andrada; from Canada: Dr. M. V.
'the indents of the Unirertity of Mis -
.l- rv. t:.. n.l (,.. !,. .11..
'.:-: i I-: .. l. rinK r,r ni.iMnreTama. RaTmoad K. O&himo, J. Tsn-
,ik : ,.,!. r ririliznl mnntiT in
ithe world, and is truly cosmopolitan in
i its scope.
xhe Cosmopolitan dub of the Unirer -
" " organized May 1. 1908 with a
mfBtersfcip 0f tenty-eight. Sixteen of
ite members were foreigners and twelve
wrre AmaialB. Of the foreign mem-
,bers one came from Wot .Australia, to
Ircra Uiina, tirree lrom Argentina, tnree
'from Japan, one from Russia, two from
I Egypt, two from Poland and to from
Dr. L. I- tctturdt, an Amer-
ican, s the first president.
resident is F. A. Cuneo from Argentina.
estiaishh m mantt cobmies
At present the club has a membership
of about fifty. It is a member of the Cor-
da Frates Association of Cosmopolitan
Clubs of the United States of America,
mere are similar organizations in lirazii,
set-lArgentina, Urajraay. and other South,
American countries leagued together on-1
Etudiants de Paris. Branches of the
, other countries. The
Sec-i""" T. fc. raraDe"mp
sire to sene humanity unlimited and un
tt,. m,;-, f ,i,. ,.! f ,t..,80 acres more or less; and 25 16-100
Gregono Andres, Aurcllo Lazarte and H.
Chaplain Gets Tangible Thanks.
TyiLZn, OkUu, Dec 20-Proof'
lhu , - . . f, ,
jl.. -.. . Irtt .,;, u, u, R ,
the lM w 525 and "thanks," from
a TOng man ytbom che ,; jj be-i
Is now-located at the Official
John N. Taylor
And will be pleased to explain the
benefits of the club.
l - Dorrr; from Korea: S. K. Uio and soon
!L Ahn: from Japan: Lao Awoki, D.
C Hsiao, V. 1- Uuen. l J. t-nen, I. r.
Wang, L. & Wang. C E. Yin and Eva C.
' Chang; from Brazil: Uorgrral Monro and,
'Psnlo Henrique; from Bolivia : Augusto
Fajardo; from Australia: Leslie Jauncy:
from Argentina: James A. Cnneo and
Manuel Mottola; from Russia: Margaret
Mihon and Nathan Maron; from Pcrto
": " " "V1 "m
"" " ". "" "1""'
Miguel Franco; and from Hawaii: Kenii.
v .- r
,;,. ,, moTmnv
Walter T. Ballenger and Eyelyn Bal-
lenger his wife, Emma Lu Childers and
Jeptha ChUders her husband, Amanda
Coats and A. Jack Coats her husband.
md Alice Jacobs and Charles Jacobs
" "i iu.u.., .. u.,,u v
Ballenger and Ruby Ballenger bis wife.
the Circuit Court of Boone County,
By tirtue and authority of a decree
,and order of sale made by the said court.
aboTe MMe o a
certiIiei tj,,, dtlcd .NoTember
2nd. 1922. I will, on Tuesday, January
Boone County, Missouri, to-wit: The
North half of the Southeast quarter of
Section Two (2) Township Forty-nine
(49) Range Thirteen (13) containing
HARD COAL just
received, one car
nut size. Penn. hard
coal. Davis & Wat
son Coal Co.
J. E. BLASER
Selling Old Magazines
Phone 392 Will Call
KLASS COM. CO.
.'described as follows, Begianiag at. a
point on the East botradfry of the
, Hl UAU WB O-UM S1U1UIWCW HUIICT
,- sic, lS
said West half and the Northeast cor-
ner oi me inirry iw acres tract below
described, thence North with said East
boundarjr 12 86-100 chains to a stone.
thence south .83 M degrees Vest 28;
au-iw cnams'to a stone in tnc center
of the Columbia and Sturgeon road,W
Thence with the .center of said road
South 33 degrees West 2 44-100 chains,
Thence South 6 1-2 degrees West 8
50-100 chains. Thence South 20 1-2 de-
pees West 2 78-100 Chains to a stone
the Northwest comer of said thirty
acre tract. Thence with Worth boundary
oi sam tract, itonu m i- aegrees tail
3ij$2 chains to the point of beginning;
also 18 16-100 acres the South partj
0 tbe Hc!l "au ot tcc Aortnweet juar
of Section One (1). and 11 34-100
acres the South part of the Southeast
part f tyte jonheatt quarter of Section ,
Two q ji aime ij in Township
forty-nine (49) range Thirteen (13). j
Terms of sale, cash in hand,
fttd c Bn) cjm j
Boone County, Missouri.
,rinal insertion Jan. 1.
L. C JAUNCEY. D. C
Res. 7S4 Black OSce 1548
Room 13, Haden Bldg.
OF ALL KINDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD
$05 Bdwy, Ground Floor. Phone 239
Phone 13 22 S. Ninth
n ,f ' ,i i ! I I TSCT1 1fli " ll-'" ' ,r-ULn
CIJ -,- m I.
F II f ' .
V - ) (
! i ITTAJirliTUr II
Creamery Butter, lb 54c
Swansdown Cake Flour ....33c
Cob Cut Corn, can 20c
Tiny Alaska Tom Thumb
Peas, can 33c
Wesson or Mazola Oil, pints 30c
Oysters, small can 15c
Oysters, large can 30c
Finest Marshmallows, lb 35c
Imported Dates, lb. 20c
Asparagus Tips, can 43c
Heinz Plum and Fig Pudding
Small can 19c
Large can 37c
Fancy Pumpkin, large can ..15c
Ginger Ale Bottle ...,17c
Imported layer Figs, lb. ...50c
Ninth and Cherry
Cedar Chests (M C AA
Oak Rockers 19110
Genuine Leather pl&,JJ
Fibre Rockers (P'7 r A
As low as P "
Library Tables 1A AA
Fumed Oak tplV.UU
Children's Rockers $1 7C
Windsor Style JJ1.IJ
Children's Rockers J0 TA
Hughes Furniture Co.
811 Walnut St.
The Noda Pump--
The leisure appeal of the palm swept shores of
the Italian Resort The dash of stately Fifth
Avenue;' such desirable qualities are charmingly
portrayed in this new creation in feminine ap
"parel. Brown Suede, kid trimmed; black suede, kid
Jalack kid, suede trimmed.
BROADWAY AT EIGHTH
LEARN TO DANCE
'At Fepbertfla HaB
' Mi Jameson, Instructor
Assisted by the best Jancers iaihe UalTerrity. Private
lesgoag omly, n. classes.
Phone 626 fer apvetataeat.
All This Week
Candied Cherries, box 25c
Candied Pineapple, lb. 85c
English. Soft Shell Walnuts, lb 35c
Heinz Mince Meatr 1 lb. can 27c
Heinz Mince Meat, 2 lb. can 55c
Sweet Pickles, doz. 15c
Libby's Sweet Relish, pint ..20c
Mixed Jiuts, lb 25c
Christmas candies, big assort
ment, lb. :20c
Nestles Milk Chocolate, 15 oz. 59c
Seedless Raisins, lb 18c
3 doz. Christmas candles, coL 10c
A fine assortment of fruits and
Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and
Chickens at lowest market prices.
!" iy; ,
I iVr '
Newest Styles In Hand
The latest novelties in the charm
ing new shapes, executed in the
finest domestic and imported
leathers make these values most
remarkable. They make an ideal
She Would Like Furs
Because they are the noil ap
preciated of gifts, on account of
their luxurious beauty and lasting
utility. You may choose from
smart scarfs in a variety of furs,
or from fur coats or capes as )oa
may elect. The price ranges from
$5.00 to $125.00.
24 North 9th
Give a Modisfc
This Christmas -I
They are beautiful, the,
are practical, they are
warm, they are big values,
and if mother, sister, of
daughter needs one it is -surely
the ideal gift. Very
special prices range
$10.00 to $59.50 i
Very Big Values In
A special purchase of a limr
cumber of fine toilet cases razkes
posible these remarkable low.
prices on such high quality gift
articles. Beautiful ivory, good
steel, fine leather.
$1.19 to $5.93
Lovely Gifts For
Surely the Christmas season is the
celebration of the birth of a csSd.
Choose gifts for the little ss
from comfort robes, bathrobcC
comfortables blankets, hand msja
dresses, silk moccasins, bootees
and woolen jackets, ivory toys,
baby books, etc.
10c to $5.95
Drive your car in and let us inspect your
We Recommend and Install
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