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S . * I 01 INING OF PARLEY (ontinued from at a as it himsef, which he did. as o' Harry 8.. obin. ot Les Angeles. Matthew W611, ot Clag. a vioe of the Anerican red*'. Ida X. Tafbell, et Now York, James Oaons, - Mayor of Detrot SamU McCune Lindsay, of N Terk, of social lgislatIon In Ouumb0 University. OWVMno Matt Woolley a* Detroit, C.d t o the Radiator ea' '~ade Y. Schwab, ot 'Now York, carman of the board of the Dethie he* Stee Oorporation. JulUsX 1. Barnes, at Duluth. toamer hio) administrator and wheat director a. I. mrkhm. of Chicams Bread. dent at the IlInois Central ria T. V. O'onor. Of Buffalo, N. Y.. seamber of the United States Shipping With the ajitment of this c Mitt*e% the ere~nee adjourned until late this afterndon to give it a chance te work out a program. The gmmittee waS empowered to add such other members a it desired, an also to appoint sub-comnIttees to take up Oertain divisions of the wo'k. Slatitude given the steering cm tin shaping the course of the OWe was reneren broad. The FSmettoe imanetatey went into saw ton with Hoover for the organisation work. Teat Of aN.. ,s Addess. "dent Harding's address open. Qng the conference,follows in full: LadIes and gentlemen: It is a Pleasure to expes to you in ad. vance of your labors the gratitude Of the Government for your service to the nation. Perhaps It Is not too much to my-. senrvic to the r . Not so Very long Since I was receiv Ing the call of a distinguished for. *lgnert and In the Course at our con. v.r'ation "i alluded to the cor. One which is met this morning and said: "Mr. President. our peolse are deeply interested In the American conference on unemployment, be. cause Our' Problem Is akin to -Your own; And otr relief In the United Sltes will be an added signal of hope from Asnerica to us and other peoples who are like depresed." That remark of a distinguishe* foreigner emnPbasixed our esp dibility. If It h true that no etban fi without example to eU One amng~f his fellows, whic I belve to. be ~evelstingly true. then Inations. great and Small, are in. fluencing others in all they do. You are Invited together to corn.. mor a conition which . In no wise pecular to the United States. The Industrial depression which we are feeling is a war Inheritano throughout the world. We saw U* ON'ZI ra IFo ou nrh light, you'll wan soon. It's s fre - asit is for break spread bot-eas Sausage Meat em61 SePmpred inatf grated cheese, am sheese umlta. So and at eat ni L..k for *tCircl Mdetfyng AU1 LEADING U. SEEKING A I . 8..,e A Tarbeu. Outstanding figures in Ameria' eluded in a of -one. memb4 ont conference, w opend h erenne is stated by President Ha "To inquire into the volume and advise upon etnergericy measures employers, local authorities and c measures as would tend to give ne and commeree to normal" ba. been dg the Pros presdent of theA1 Wn, Federai hunaanty stremmi4"SA Oroduo. tion which Is ndief bp uatioas ~ ea.in adt. preowwatin. 'We 14 te Indu60 ,lag to arm which masaled the -may as Weli as the' acadstomd broad. winners, and we aw, the spiriual, maatl and P= 1ea "Mht ofthe people cast in -904" measuring Me0at AST! vW enjoyed this breakfast -de t to try it real at for luncheon fast!, ked AUTH'S attered teaat, add I, sprinkle with I hake until the e've piping het! erket standa 'H'S Produets, en getting mRR Se FGURES R DLE e iudutrial and civic life are in es of the Government's unemploy e today. Theprpose of the con W in the initations as follows: bution of unexyrlement, to that can be ropery taen ivie bodies, an to consider such impulse to the recovery of bui. Secretary of Commerce Hoover lent to act as chairman. Among dlirDarla, Mayor Peter of Boe New Y &ad Samel ,Gompers, ion of bor. the -might. ut the Republic. fPrm such a teat there is inevitable- re action. To such heights there is neosary asoent and inespaMe descent.> Wilk tle world involved there Isno encape for any of the world fram the valleys of deprea slon. Though we suffered less than many .of those with whom We were aseated, and low than any of thoe against whom we con tended, It was Inevitable that we - should esperience the fever's after math, and some to know depression abefr. we become normal again. Liquidation, reorganisation. re a4fdutment, re-establishment, taking woaount of things done and the sober oontemplation of thing to be done, the finding of firm ground. and the' open. sure, and onward way all these are a part of the in evitable. and he who thinks they might bpve been avoided-by this plan or that, or this pollcy or that, or this International relationship or that, only hugs a delusion. where reason Is needed for a saf ecouncL. ' Acting for AR Ameriea. Even though the world's store houses were depleted, a, the same time the finances were unbalaneed and none was ready to store a war erop for the more deliberate con. mumption of peace. Momensril. there was elatioB, -'but It was not the glow of abiding health. We mis took elation for restoration. Today we are met In realisation. You have been summoned te oaaneel all America, to apply your knowledge and your experienoe in relieving a eondition whioh gnoern. all A uer 8 il t.tsugt the way of repiring thwerteril cIr culation which is the very lifeblood of the republic. There Is -alwmyu unepoyet. Under moat fortutnate odtoe I am told, there are a rallion and a half in the United States *ho are not at work. Thes ffyres are atounding only bposus, we are a hundred millions, and this parate peoetage Is always yith.us. I h se isesuive 'unhlmploy ment today, and we are oeamened, not alone about Its ,dtawinatio,~ but we are frankly anxious, under- the Involved onfditions gi' tgrow worse, with 'a~ip a.thd wintet season soon Beto s I do not vente to quote the statsticians, ,whete the zmplhnum figures are .acourate or -i min$ mum more dependable. .wIn to the far awing from intengve en dagr and the effort to got degrn to solid foundatibas, oupled 'With the difficulty of-fedjutng exendittre DmNTOLDm~a DOLS 4op: lat"N~ f&irst x" bt tie- toe c c a ay or t t it Was -dose as S fesomality, because of the at 00 their ellarcr , 4 that theywrqwligt aaf, believed coUwae.. - thei,r tion' would epabarrass the aeder, or injure its standlu . Thundear night Mr.Tlrwool beftre sereet meeting a Allan ta Klan and asked the 3,000 mabsbesv said to have been pret whther they wished her to rsg.Whe they emphatically atte t oisemn fcemce in her she promised th she would make any sacrldt to remain in the work. fd TlewTo Oe, About the mide of last week Cqarke wait into seclusion. Although mem'bs of the Klan '- he was in the city it was impomie for ns paper reporters to 4ocate him. It TAM believed he was wk a series of articles the had announced it would b1 1n" tam answering obarge against Clarke was at the Pau" tor about a hour ].W It was said to have been the first time be bad been in his office ftr two days. lie refused to talk to newspaper M01, and oftiers of the Klan Mail he did not Intimate to them that be intended to=r his connection with the es-dr. -o egmons- e= aS eC- re hehe M = fermed the s wik Coeisem Smm ad tech he estrasi te bimas the of esderip was a air N o n eOder wih a few thlegsMi nm aM the tsince them he has built up its memberihip unti It is said to be Iore than a smill amen, has made It a very wealthy Organlam Uen that was able to buy a university and to estabish. Atlanta headquartwel in an Imposing Imperial ace. The bre.k betwe.. C1.... and M. Tyer kAb has a big' t** They hve beens busineS a 8teI h the Usutherca Publoafty Asesi it ler =averal years, have wed tOgether ad be. the closest fri.. r pse saly. Their big oup was when they ew the .. of the Na Kluz X"la and signed the contract by which 'hey took over its publity. They hae made it nationally fRmu a0d it as nade them wealthy. -repubIo. garprate and individual, fto abnormal to nr- h prob lem af unemploymient the met difficult with which we are con fronted. Prlem Ne UneelvabM. But there are no P-bleMi affect ing our naon We and the wdfar of the American people whh we can not and will not solNv. If we fall today we will try again taoer row. There has been vast umen.lo mant before, and will be again. Ther will be depresion after Infation, just as surely as the tdes ebb and flow, but we can mitigate, we Ga" shoaten duration, we can comnit all Amerie to relief. And all Amerca had never failed when committed to a common caUseI If. out oC your councils. there ome L rsDcy which al AnerIca helpfully may apply today. it mlay be bepfully m ployed sometime again wben It Isfair toaythat you are not asked to solve the lonutreverted prolems of our salsystem. We havebuidedthe Anserica of today on the fundamentala of teoenomic, in dustrial, and political life wh' made us what we are, and the tama ons uttoal strog . baw and we want to know the way to speediest and dependable oemva verybodIn Az c t-a~ll and' Inte tre..he-.llsh ovr .h rakly, it. difficult toknew whether we have reached that bed rock to which reaotion rune befoe tupwr orebegis bthr which make for all we are or ever an be, and yeur seunung. ought to be reabae.. Opi-e AM 14am Tleasory. I would have little enthuslaem fer any proposed relief which seeas psllutldk or Vlenue frems the pbi rn's tha soe Is to be rook oned a-ase of trouble uler than achieve but lttle in a remdawy If -wd 'lotibued to ezolte a oem trutig sause. It is not my thought to sgest flies of oon oe Mr. to wtse's has bees comt e uragements flor this importaatt detgwill present the agegua. , have wished to a tb o that yry e loine pae world is looking on to thul l our American esa esmnnoally consIstent, and a~he~~ti a . 5,tne a bgy 4 Ms4HO ENDE P. A.ll. BRANED AS BOLSHEVIST BY UNIONGCIE Congr t ft A*kd" a Rad From Partiipaimn In Relief Fund. Congr* P wi be ,ked by nd rai rod us$=* to pa t y vaea alryad d' for Itsy pisnane .n theraird i- abor Doad bynni aefl new arfin ane M at ayble Tows ,Tro W. ML Sobnaon. p04dn ,o te Iternationa Acat of Koch ni M S ha w d apig the m Uwe board ot the Railroad 'm ay Dern the Aersi0n the offics at o te n ia e l anaw-breakes" He pited ot that "dcust"u of the company fo h benefits of the p0*O.OW mubadyt the Admziniatra tic prpomm t gie te airoads for rebehilhatlonadpulconiner the only ways i wilh h radcol be forced to c0Opy With the Labor oards ruligs The OUUmmubasota" et, underwhich th hor =ar et ed. poidesa opoe for forin Its Ita = o n thailroas o ~D WB UE cat... 'D:-0WN LI-FE in Unylion, havs diemada um *myu et violenoe in s youn's bride's death in Lake ner her ctage. The inquest WMl be heM today. Er bodly - was found Wa to an anchor am " rowboat. '1APS CONTINUE TO SEEK LIGHT AMSiMEET shidara'Is ToM t. Renew Talc. With Nisem--Mikado Wary onFar East Jsai an. s.at tsm to Am b..i.r am"e...t mseq ence. relative to the mm th alt r tirs n anrett ether . o... It Cm lapn t edow uo More - -- the acloth, whe PatUIos a seIM tha th, ngvern meat so em ne4wa to whether or casqustie, ehm Sbatumng will de a, r t ornc ThelStatem D opit, It gl under tood a I t=n Oel at the agen& &.IMm W.emtcAn tea It ma neat be nd to be a Geamtn breemm WAu that there Is no dedrn tee too Geainie a prPran prier to the AComte W .c lth ht canelbrWandles * 816 ' hg CRISISe Allieso uideus Ovr. rwingii in "ail NH.. 1 owdOe rw Seriousnes f Affairb-eeoses ' otSd. =0st..a.a0.*... onbthMAIM" PARIS. Sept. s-Warfare he t"n th* Albniams &"i the Str Ia.. In the mrthwemer owr. of the Bans.. i. grwwing in etgt. .cordig to an Nohneb Tel~gIph dibpatch fim Belgrade to~. I. POrtant reihrm.Mmt. are being oea tP te Albanan frtie for fur t aft anazt the ei tw rerted u In .am to the Lve a r ff It W rePosted In offieial at .. that Ita.an wem omarad. t. Al-Thenians ane that Ita r e es tr a re g t g Ia r the Ahea r-..a..n. ate.drc AM Z p tar m win b.g Aid statemmema a - .endy wat. ta gw theon's Tnd annia.1 Is appat 0~ the go i h "M sA the m Atr ft thai )ealFte ueral - bad sffered a Vsoeme On the N-%a rsimvr A that yght Was m fti nampte fttI otsie to washOin udvr esin~, pm -y; to i the Adald am =0 Gievanutdl a Wma It 1 - Ies with. mus Albag it lows thro a afine Counningha 1e an g moss in . ilye m$12 . Sarbn Uneons attakd the Anbn. ns eM te adin ft, Funer lt H" MSutRw EEtTAlbanim f Nmter. an CAPturod the TOWlato Area. wk"c was burm& The Albanbasg maft ooev"toks, reespeurlag woe ot theb old ntomg. Heavy 1000s wo ustained on boft Seiko Cumireis M GMXUVA. Sempt. 8.--Th aertism who are engegel in bmrgur warkmr with the Albasia ar e fomnuattog heavy Ye4afoissmemtm in the. ftoo. ties of Osat. in Nrthea Albaa. WAM an efflek siteent Immued lftye by the Albasioa dsltom attending the Legeof Natim ons e. Pltyto ebim wereso to have beau killd In em duba wit the, Al. Washnton's; Leadin Oonfeee .r senae. Minority Coed for Tomorrow mDo. OWd Oh Coures, R7 & DART CAMMOUL. ismeaoU NOW* bw*lo A strong intaailon giwve by Democratlo leaders today that, with e. a few "Ir ec ..ilhls.... se...c e. aor wre MWel too suPOR the Germa. 3 Ausiam, n uspeam' treslesE asa~o et Ike the eary=l I MaeCo keavs Pats A eenterence of the entire Do re zam s f the Senate M",frISoclc tmOrrow morn as to determine a ed minerit The ... w e ...., bye Juderwood of AlabAMA, the WtS ,uInorit7, leader. tollowing oeens e hadW wit Oileboock of Nebraska, ran DemocraiLe member of the !oreln oadna Upom the raeu= here at Sow bitchmek of Nebsa. Do watic member of the Sonate Relati" committee i s OWa be st iewU treatlbe iproval anW ontaftabe the hot they euml ratied. It s toastd to sad in thedeiiu Budey Aavoe ilkj Funeral Director ?y Rendering Service Price comniete DEAL neral, coating only .25 is equally as od In every re eet, lnd luding uipment and srv i, as the funeral for hiich the- old school idertakers charge >ble the price. A L Dfrector . E.