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in Dwd"o e *OAb ab. . # ii A~9WftWS Al t Is heagh outwe ]of - md- .hPosw Audhed tI k as& tseou ata 1t a160d Ofetet tendinga" ese -a diAIV J.. P. &"eaee a - doe Rhe. j I. J. WINter The a"4. 1 Omith AW ed the ' WW address at the oeressoas. Be~o svthk deat. ad that 46* atw' ooe" wil otad as a 'em for that 36eties whichek ewN enjoyed far rears The O w "m "appresilmate SS06.00 a a laIl be oetomete is the wIt heel about t' te 4 e= Z thuIng eselty of themo stelles annas.= a HEARMN IN SENTE ON DYE AnLD UP AGAI teadiit Us. mpub loa, of NOOKI r to appear i support fh a "Power el and lobby" w ropensiae for Whe adoption of the 4dye etft* oumt erg deny tar resedi hek I s ear lgbeing bt foy by a b-see asi of the se ilte Jdiciar COME Witte on he:a poemates of sntr idiea in Washingssa; Seate CamaS36W Republisn of Idwa, chawmian of $sh-snm..sttes, an be 8411eMet It Made paI 'tly ter" oat Me the oher aeMari e the star Hog, stuar-,as of South Daemta, ready tat Ss. Oeemtedstin eo at * lag resttim anytme mIts author eenater Rosis amepunt the sub mia tsetuheis, iStk esdket tis of t." Osater MoS.aig. HARDING WMES DATE .-TO NEXT YEA Pregamvt ar$#Oag today seessted 'ttatly an Invitation to doler adres on the 2It nnidOrsar of st. Johs& Loe at Kas* in how Bern. N. M. en Jamuary 10, 1ML2 This is oe of the dideft odge it% Ames kes and it was addressed by Je.ore Wshuateto an its twentieth a nbver Mary ISO year ago. The anniveary.oolebration wti be inmodent with the state colentio of emof orniations of North CaroligaL The President lafor=ed Senator simmene an" * delegation which ex tend the invitation that he woud make *very effort to be present and only some unavoidable busines would keep him from deliveriar the ad dreJs's 14.o aeeI 'e DENBY WANTS PA8TMR TO CHECit UP MARiNES Reot that art law had boe declared i atIS were denied today Waeerety em he beledthe repior hes auhorit fgo er-ar The o anaiveay eitorwhon whas hod ooiaoat wttaheo the Aete aostd ofMsminisorgaal, bti hs feorthee The erstet infosaeumed etoa that he haa ergeAeriea wmission to dedithe lta ttio that heee wohat mae goodaan efr toe pyent ami oalyesoand thato the bminst wof thee mrom willvnrelde thed dronsat. tho een f ii deardi wh arte diterestned toad bySeare in fo the -aye fbs.anty Secreagy athe beldent d te reorte plass from athe 'fele that h mtant a-wore fie tahento grls, ad mittmf u who rhresama nve bheer puna8e's b ativ itils. ta They SaretIsrae rady.Beradtda Lat Norba ghedAmerlea iteent stryet rgaetmarnoyenf msereo toaRI.stane at Pho believuahaf mc gast Krn steoe hy Cueaeas-s Patet ad tha ate ofdmlssatlo. Thf homarses ha wll thea e nde tho tard gwote dsetretd6d PORTO ORLCAN 00VENOR' recenthape td govereo eete liplom, ftom Tnsealey him staR as weerey fieh R. hllt gditr aof hey re IsaN. M.) Jsetaadett AdCtiAndreehn o 1 Lop es t. Ptrertonalgard. Oameyr, Mctare WIa Kansnaeue C dity.a~muao MINsir O'ooet headyo Fhar. .is aamnons omaiv of the Weenea' Kisse Sheeha w311 e inche eta the ietsa and faer at ithe lses . eeho lese, Wdedy hrdy andoertdy of his week.r fet Aolio et tseilatrcin a bembe so the teiai Thre at sean amna ity amm Mi Debtaenb. /newest adlitop doar, is of 0* 000 it weil "e awe ama o fnet ex FOfS2 OEI R sIsd ee prit Pag,) ore is the eatithesim at the primiple of equal opportunity. From the writ ten demas4s of labor union leaders I quote: " Stabrd mle of wagee in all trades and elaieataions of workere, "- eee erstem I of tonoestea rnioa dime and essessments. "%in~e5e of 'senirity to apy In laintenaaoe, fedation and Increase of working force. " Abolition of company uainja "'AhetleW of physiali amiaetm Of aomnts ter emplepget. "Tes measng of these demands i that labor unans claim. and Insist for all workmen who are members of labor unions, that wage in all trades a ed atatas of workers. as do teimimed by union labor leaders, shall be the me rdless f individual qualuleation. indstry, work done. or disposition; that employers shall de. dl ftom the wages of a union Ia Sthe amount of W a - which may be by labor leaders from tin to time *ad turn the same over to those loeaders; that la maintaining the number of unionolabor workmen. -increasing the torce or reducing the forge in any department. by promotions or other wise. preferenee shall be given to the workmen who has been longest in the employment without reference to merit or capability; that all shop ar rangements between employee or committees of employes and their employer shall be abolished and all, matters between employer and em pier turned over to the labor unies leaders; and that ther shall be no opportunity for physical examination of applicants for employment In order to determine whether or not the ap plicat to afflicted with disease, oon tagous or otherwise, which might en danger the health or life of other em ployes& UPOUUpuores. "MFLYERS' PROGRAM "In opposition to the purposes of thee demands, employers generally, and also unorganised labor, conmpril ing from as per cent to 0 per ost of the total employes. stand for equal opportunity, reward upon the merits ambrecing promotion for Quafbla Uon. 'energy. honesty and charmeter. and protection to the health of so employes. "ndustrially, the individual can realse the full advantage of the op pertunities which this country ofere sely through the priaciplee ef the open shop as distinguished frem the leminance and arbitrary echtret of the union labor leadersp. The on s6op laas freedom to 'the employ. to en rgag in any line of employmest, at may place and time, upon terme and senditlons- voluntarily agreed upon between the employ. and empteper. "The closed shop mean, that one desiring employment ens sesure a pierce only on terms approved by the anion labor leader or leader. having lurisdiction over the particular olosed shep. "The closed shop con tracts directly writh the labor leader by virtue of wrhich conditions of employment and sperations are fixed. 4Am a rule. If not universally, and nynriably in practioa, no one Is per mitted to engage or reain in eenplor Inent in the closed shop .uuleee he is h member of a labor non and een rio. the union card. The emly is restricted In quantitie of production. sarticular kind and character of wrkt, in promotion, regardless of just Ieeerts, and in many other repects Betrimental to his freed~a and inde pendence. "The arrangement compels everyone eiring employment in the closed shop to join the union, pay him initla tion fee and the assessments made by he leaders from time to time, all of wphich are considerable and usually very burdensome. * RAPS LADOR UNIONS. "nion labor leaders gaanerally' pub Lioly refuse to acknowledge some of he important facts opeserninag unien Im,. and they make various claims mgainst the open shop which are not based on facts. Lack of time does not permit further referenom to this qules tien now. "In case of doubt, the truth should ilways be ascertained by careful in miry of employers and of non-union iiployee. The safe rule for ay man ingaged in any line of empleyment' is o remain free and independent, re berving for himself every advantage haat is vouchsafed by our Coustita ion and laws. The get maerity of he people of this country stand for he open mea. open poets of all seen riem, epen ovenants with ether s lene, epen discussion ot all proper estlons and the open shes, and with ... '. ....e. lowe *toa b s takes. Phone mawn 260 UnOt 2 Admiwers of the writing- of Geo9gM per"y Mesrs, promiest Joursalis &Ad author of several books, were sheehed today Then they learned ot bis death yesterday Is thm sseps thie Respitalfollowing e 100W#II *ess Dath Was the 41reet rsit of a mervoul; breakdown. Mr. Morris was born At Mestelair, N.- J., to low4 and was desdeted, ffe Rtrs collg in Ism. Pa many year" he served on tAs editorial atage of the New York MA- Bo04,m Hert ad the Christial science Monitor. me was asesate editor of the . CofgregatisAlist, is - Bloston, from 1M1 to 197. During the war Mr. Morris *s to Wasi~Nto. where he eSDestDW a oolumn In the Washingato Herald. He was a member of the Cosmes Club'and Art& Cfob. No B" with his wife at 1M Vermont Avenue northwest The body will be cremated in necorde=u with Me wish*& Services will be held'n Monteair. X. $. .i. wife. Mr. Morris is our v ivedt three heldren. Carlyle. a Harvard ethor t: Mary, with the Maitland pabo is faa Franeisso. Cal. and .id 6a . W th te Geo graphicail fr iowwIn Ala a ll Fnessal servies for Jults Kauf maa for many Mrs manager of the Tows, and Contry Club, will be hold tomorrow moraing at 10 o'eloell from his roeseee 1946 Calvert street northwest. Inter ment will be in Washingten No brow Cemetery. Mr. Kaufman died' Saturday after a brief illnss. Born tn Alexandria. Va., 8tty-oe years ag. Mr. Kaufma lived er tieally all his life M Washingten. He was a member of a number of patriotic and fraternal orgais tions. He I survived by three sisters ad eme brother. E. O. EXCELL. PUBLISHER OF HYMN BOOKS, m WEAu CHICAGO, Tune .-edwin O. Six ool1. nationaly known evag*et ad elti- millionaire puwi isher of religious sonbooks. died er Sat arday after a long rlrss. Professor Excell began publishing byma, books in 11111 a%&d Protestant wiedobe threeworld oem' Caedythem. Hrhadstueent otarr wfthe tn Matieadn 1914.rand wa anmuscol Cal..to sad chlim. wedh t its gahesi. Hure ia n la Unia. Felsuied murlesco uiuhes Kaf bran, ormany ther mPagioerast. the TANN-Har Coun Club weiU be held tomormr ni. g at . 0 o'eAT-Thfom so. rgirt., ,4 CalGHT JnRa s ee noeewT. gitr RAe C etery Mr afmnde DRatrd ae a bre iless 3oninVTJb Aeandra.tt.le tyon t Rel el his liea, gir lnt. EATon. -e uvvdb he PADeTT-Leand . lne bre.3it . EN.T0.NaXCy.ELL. 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