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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1922.
FOR BAR ASSOCIATION
(By Associated Press).
DAliLAS, Texas, Nov. 8. A national
oratorical contest for American law
schools will be undertaken by the cit
izenship bureau of the American Bar
association, according to announce
ment by R. E. I Saner, of Dallas,
chairman of the committee on Ameri
can citizenship of the American Bar
association. The bureau was estab
lished in order to promote the contest.
"Activities of the bureau during: the
current collegiate year will be to con
duct oratorical contests among Ameri
can law schools, to consist of public
discussion of prescribed subjects in
the fields of American constitutional
government and- good citizenship," he
"These contests will be organized by
Dr. E. R. Shurter, who has been grant
ed one year's leave of absence from
the University of Texas. Dr. Shurt
er, who is director' general of the In-
terscholastic League of America, will
utilize the league In the interest of the
Plan Many Contests
A series of local, state, district, bl
district and national contests will be
held, open to all undergraduates of
any reputable American law school
which had a registration of 50 students
during the preceding academic year,
it is planned.
At least four entrants must partlci
pate in a local contest to be held on
Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12. The win
ners In the local contests will go to a
state contest to be held on the even
ing of Washington's birthday. Feb. 22
The winners in the state contest will
then engage in one of eight district
contests to be held on the evening of
Flag Day, April 14. Bl-district con
tests will be held on Patriotic Day,
April 19, and the final national con
test will occur at Washington on the
evening of Memorial Day, May 30,
These are tentative plans outlined by
Mr. Saner and Dr. Shurter.
Traveling expense of thJ contestants
will be pro-rated at the state, bl-dls
trict and national contests, and gold
watches with a specially designed dlai
representing the American Bar asso
ciation will be awarded to first and
second honor men at the district con
. tests. The first and second place win
ners in the national contests will be
awarded cash prizes of $1300 and $500
respectively. Dr. Shurter declared.
Mrs. Anna Rizenour, 52,
Dies At Home In Liberty
LIBERTY Ind.. Nov. 8. Mrs. Anna
Rizenour, 52 years old. died Wednes
day morning at her home here. She
is survived by her husband. Will; one
son, Charles; three brothers, Omer
Miller, of Cottage Grove; Everett, of
near Oxford and Orrie, of Conners
vMe;, and her father, Campbell Miller,
Funeral services will be held at
1:30 Friday afternoon at the home.
Burial will be in West Point cemetery.
Friends may call at any time. -
(Continued from Page Ona.
ing a close run for both the long and
the short terms.
In Indiana former Governor RalBton
Democrat, was running ahead of for
mer Senator Albert J. Beveridge and
thus threatened to remove from the
Republican field one who had been
counted on as an aspirant for the Re
publican presidential nomination in
1924, in case President Harding should
In Iowa. Col. Smith W. Brookhart
rode through to victory on the Repub
lican ticket, although he was openly
frowned upon by some of the Repub
lican leaders and the platform of the
rtate convention repudiated many of
the so-called "radical" principles for
which he declared. On the other hand
Senator France, Republican of Mary
land, charged with radical tendencies
was beaten by the Democratic candi
date, William 'Cabell Bruce, a prom
inent Baltimore lawyer.
In Michigan, Senator Townsend, the
Republican incumbent, who had a
fight on his hands over the Newberry
issue, was running behind, while in
Minnesota, where first returns favored
Senator Frank B. Kellogg, one of the
Republican warhorses, and a close
friend of the president, late returns
showed him running second to Henrik
Shipstead, who ran on the Farmer
Labor ticket.-i Mrs. As Olesen, the
Democratic nominee, ran third.
Reed Holds Lead
Senator Reed, Democrat of Missouri,
a veteran of many disputes with the
Wilson administration, was leading
his Republican opponent on the re
turns early today and seemed assured
of re-election. In Montana, Burton K.
Wheeler, the Democratic candidate,
was running ahead of hi3 Republican
opponent, Carl Riddick, for the seat
of Senator Myers, Democrat.
Senator Hitchcock, Democrat of Ne
braska, floor leader for the Wilson ad
ministration forces in the peace treaty
fight, was beaten by R. B. Howell, Re
publican national committeeman from
the state, counted among the Progres
sive Republicans. In North Dakota,
- where the non-partisan league was a
great factor, J. F. T. O'Connor, Demo
crat, was leading former Governor
Frazier, who had the Republican nom
ination lost in the primaries by Sena
tor McCumber, another Republican
Ohio Race Close.
In Ohio Representative Fess, Re-
punucan was running a close race
with and leading Senator Pomerene,
l'eraocrai, wno naa been counted a
possibility for the Democratic presi
dential nomination in the event of his
success this year.
lbor votes, it was said, were cast
against Senator Pomerene because of
his stand on the railroad question.
Pennsylvania, going Republican as
usual sent Gifford Pinchot to the gov
ernor's chair with a Republican ad
ministration and re-elected Senators
Pepper and Reed, the latter for both a
short and a long term. Senator Gerry,
Democrat, Knoae island," beat the for
mer Republican governor, R. Living
stone Beechman. In Texas where a
Democratic nomination is equivalent
to an election, Earle B. Mayfield won
the election to the senate. Support of
Mayfield by the Ku Klux Klan was an
issue. Senator Poindexter of Wash
ington. Republican, had a fight on his
In West Virginia, the Democratic
senatorial candidate. M. M. Neelv. was
leading Senator Sutherland, the Re
publican Incumbent. Wisconsin re
turned Senator LaFollette to the sen
ate with a large plurality.
In Wyoming, where Representative
Mondell, Republican leader in the
house of representatives was running
for the senate, the late returns indi
cated a close race with Senator Ken
d.lck, Democrat, who was said to have
some KepuDiican support. .
-A The returns showed the Democrats
C X -feking all the gains and the Repub
licans suffering all the losses in the
house of representatives and the Re
publicans taking severe defeats in
some places where they had not been
Victor L. Berger, the Socialist, was
MODOC. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Thomas and children, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. OIlie Naylor...
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hodson and son.
Charles, spent Sunday afternoon neari
Crete.... Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Rich en
tertained to dinner Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Keever, Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Byrne and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt. .
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Barker called on
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gaddes, Sunday af
ternoon. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Will Conanoe
of Economy, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Ruth Conanoe and daughter, Delia...
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Swain and chil
dren, Misses Ruth and Nat Swalne
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Swain.... Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Abel en
tertained to dinner Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. John Burgess and son, of White
water, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Abel and
children of Winchester, and Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Abel and children
Mr. and Mrs. Alert Lee, Mr. Smith
Lee and daughter, Alice, spent Sunday
with relatives in Albany. -Mr. and
Mrs. S. L. Hodson, spent Saturday
evening in Lynn.... Rev. A. F. Bryne
of Indianapolis spent the week-end
with his wife and children Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Phelps and children
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Diiscoll . .Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Rich and children spent Sat
urday with relatives near Hagerstown
..Mr. and Mrs. Walter Trump and
children and Mrs. George Trump of
West Manchester, Ohio, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ridenour.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Chamness, of Carlos
City, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. S. L. Hodson Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Pursley spent Sunday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. Ora Conyers,
near Huntsville Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Smith of Oxford, Ohio, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Boyle. . .
....Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heath spent
Saturday in Hagerstown. . . .The W. B.
aid served dinner to the election board
in east Modoc. .. .Mrs. Burley Con
well and children are visting Mr. and
Mrs. Webster Isenbarger, at LaCross,
Ind Mrs. Wilbur Johnson and
Lawrence Becktell spent Saturday in
Muncie Mr. Emmett McGunegill,
Mrs. Claret McGunegill, daughter, Ella
Lavengood, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Boyden Leeka, near Muncie.
Mrs. Lille Jennings, of near Winches
ter, visited relatives here last week. . .
Lois Stock took supper with Valera
Thomas Monday evening... Miss Thel
ma McCallister spent Tuesday night
with Mrs. OIlie Naylor... Mrs. Wesley
Howell and granddaughter, Retha,
called on friends Saturday afternoon
....Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Barker enter
tained to dinner Tuesday, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Shoemaker, Mrs. Belle Gad
dis, Mrs. Mary Jane Downs and Mr3.
Clair Edwards and daughter. .. .Mrs.
Ruth Jones is staying with Mrs. Sarah
Wyne Mr. and Mrs. Johnny McDon
ald and family spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. James Willis and children
at Shirley Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Swain and children are moving to
Green's Fork. . .Valeria Thomas spent
the week-end with Mrs. Almeda Ben
nett . . . .The revival meeting at the M.
E. church will continue this week. On
TO RECEIVE TRYOUTS
The debating season at Earlham will
be definitely started next week when
the first tryputs for a berth on the
wrangling teams will be held. About
40 men have signified their intention
of taking part in the tryouts and some
keen competition is in store for the
would be orators. According to Pro
fessor E. P. Trueblood, head of the
department of public speaking the
prospects are better this year than
they have been for many years prevt
ous for strong debating teams.
Three men are left from last year's
team who are trying, for the teams this
year. Last year's speakers who are in
school this year are: Hinshaw, Captain
of the negative team last year, Murray
and Miles. In addition to these Neal
Newlin who was a member of the Earl
ham teams in 1920-21 is out for the dis
cussions thi syear and should prove
to be valuable material
Several men who showed up well in
the tryouts last year are out again
and will offer stiff competition to the
old men. No one is sure of his place
which means that the aspirants will
work hard and the value of the men
can be determined. There is a wealth
of new material who have had High
Miss Elizabeth Hasemeier !
Studies With Liszniewska
Miss Elizabeth .Hasemeier is now
studying with Madame Marguerite
Melville Liszniewsfca, the well known
concert pianist, who is one of the most
authoritative of the brilliant conste.
lation of pupils of-Leechetizky in Vi
enna. For a' number of years Madame
Liszniewska had the distinction .Of
holding the post of assistant to the
famous Leschetizky. Madame Lisz
niewska, while in this country, is as
sociated with the Cincinnati Conserva
tory of Music.
HAGERSTOWN. Ind. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Smith are the parents of a daugh
ter, Lola Roseline.
of this vicinity are taking advantage
of the fine weather and are very Dusy
husking corn Boston was well rep
resented with voters all day Tuesday I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Funk, near Snow
Cox and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Moore and daughter spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cox at
Winchester Mr. and Mrs. James
Thornburg had as their guests Sun
day: George Mendenhall of Green'3
Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller ol
.children, Mr. and Mrs. Allen-Miller of
Winchester, and Bruce Lane The
Misses Gladys Fennimore and Jennie
Farquhar of the Muncie Normal spent
the week end with their parents hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Grubbs and
daughter spent Sunday afternoon with
The stereopticon lecture given
Sunday evening at the Christian
church was well attended. Dr. Men
ton, a returned missionary from Japan
was in charge of the lecture, ft vivid
ly portrayed the religious, social and
industrial life of the people of Japan. .
..Roy Alvey was the dinner guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Davis and
family Sunday F. C. Jerome of
Hill Mr. and Mrs. Howard Easley
and son Paul spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowet.,
near Bloominsport. . . .Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Ringo had as their guests Sun
day: Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, Mr.
and Mrs. Davis, all of Centerville; Mr.
and Mrs. Will McMasters of near Mar
ion, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McMasters
and family of Mooreland Jennie
I-arquhar, Deloris Lester, Florence
residence in Richmond
and family of Indianapolis are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John Lennon. . . .Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Phares and daugh
ters Mary Elinor and Virginia, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Freeman were Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Stev
ens.... Twin girls were born to Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence West Friday morn
ing, Nov. 3 The Pastor's Aid of the
Presbyterian church met in the church
Wednesday, Nov. 1, and after business
meeting knotted a comfort. .. .Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Reynolds were called to
Cincinnati Wednesday to the bedside
of Mrs. Reynolds' father, who is 80
years old, and suffered a broken
ankle when he fell.
E. H. Bell and Jesse Stevens were
in Franklin Saturday Mr. and Mrs.
Calvin Beck announce the arrival of a
boy, born Friday morning, Nov. 3
Mrs. Mary Blacker and Mrs. Mary
Bourne left Saturday for
Beach, Fla....Miss Mary
JRan Employes To Attend f
Sunday Service To Meet
Railroad employes planning to
make the trip to Dayton Thursday to,
attend the Billy Sunday tabernacle
meeting are requested to be at tbo
depot at 4:45 o'clock Thursday after
noon to go on No. 20. Each on go
ing must have a badge to get a re
liam Dils called on Mr. and Mrs. John
Peterson Sunday afternoon Mrs.
loiria Starr- ia ill The beautiful
School experience and will undoubted-1 home of Mr and Mrs William Brand-
iy snow some gooa stun in me tryouts,
near Kitchell was the guest of
and Mrs. Nathan Druley and family , Lester and Theodore Sedgwick were
Sunday evening. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Vil- lhe eupsts K,.nriav f A,r QTw1 ,,r:.
Richard Sedgwick of Richmond
vViliing Workers Sunday school
"Tty was at Clyde Gordon's
returned to the house from the fifth
district of Wisconsin, and thus offsets
the Socialist loss occasioned by the
defeat of Representative Meyer Lon
don in New lork. Berger was con
victed of a violation of the espionage
law during the war and expelled from
the house, but his conviction was re
versed by the UHited States supreme
court He then announced his inten
tion of running for congress again.
Sunday afternoon a rousing meeting
was held, at which time ! the pastor
spoke on the subject, "Wanted: Mon
keys Money or Man," Tuesday night
is high school night and the pastor
will have a special sermon for the
young people. Wednesday night the
Huntsville quartette will sing. Next
Sunday, preaching in the morning and
in the afternoon at 2:30 the evangelis
tic team of the Y. M. C. A. of Muncie
will conduct a meeting for the men.
At the same hour in the U. B. church
there will be a meeting for the women.
BOSTON, Ind. Miss Gladys Davis
and Miss Anna Stanley of Richmond
spent Monday evening with their re
spective parents here Mrs. Francis
Druley of Concord, Ohio, is the guest
of Mrs. Nora Druley and family this
week Mrs. Gilbert Packer is ill
Walter Dils of Richmond called on Mr.
and Mrs. John Peterson Tuesday aft
ernoon.. Miss Mary J. Girton of Rich
mond and Miss Gladys Davis and Guy
Girton called on Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Davis and family Sunday afternoon..
..Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ryan called on
Mr. and Mrs. James McMurry Sunday
afternoon Elvira Piper and Lucile
Davis called on Miss Mary Swafford
Sunday, afternoon John L. Druley,
who has been the guest of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Maude Stanford of Richmond
was visiting friends and relatives here
Tuesday James Samuels visited
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uels of near Kitchell Monday evening
..Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Alvey and
family motored to Liberty Sunday and
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Alvey and Mr. and Mrs. Jbari
Alvey and family Guy G. Girton of
West Alexandria, Ohio, was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davis and
family Saturday night Mr. and Mrs.
O. B. Myers of Richmond were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stanley
and family Sunday ..Miss Elvria
Piper was the guest of Miss Lucile
Davis of Witts Station Sunday......
James McMurray and daughter, Miss
Freda shopped in Richmond Saturday
Guy G. Girton of West Alexandria,
Ohio, was the dinner guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Don Robinson and daughter, Ma
rie, Sunday Orville Davis spent
Sunday with friends in Richmond
Miss Mary Beard, who is attending
Earlham college spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L.
Beard Miss Daisy D. Davis is on
the sick list this week Mr. and Mrs.
George Harkleroad called on Mr. and
Mrs. James McMurry Tuesday Miss
Mary J. Girton, Miss Gladys Davis and
Guy Girton called on Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Druley Sunday evening. .....
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicholson, Del
bert Druley and Walter Wyatt, all of
Richmond were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Druley Sunday. .. .Mrs. Rife
Pyle and baby of Mt. Carmel, Ind., are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Pyle Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ryari shop
ped in Richmond Tuesday Farmers
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Calkins
.... Mrs. Charles Ross spent Monday
in Greencastle visiting her aon, Rich
ard, who is in DePauw Mrs. Wil
liam Griffith, of Richmond, was the
guest of Miss Ida Williams last week
Miss Wonders Moore is the guest
of relatives and friends in Brookton
and Lafayette. . . .Miss Catherine Mor
ris was the guest of friend's in Cin-
i cinnati a few days last week Loren
Daytonia I Fogarty's Ford car was stolen from in
Catherine front of Roach's poolroom, where he
Calkins spent the week-end with herlhad left it for a few minutes.
HOW TWO WOIB
air. anu airs, hiiiwui hnm Snrfl ;r,t Tk,
ley was the scene of a delightful gath-: . , ""'rr;. o.1'
ering Saturdav afternoon when Harry y
Brandley celebrated for his seventh i ' . ,.anL' , nnr'-
vi.. -ru i . KoMfn Alice Johnson, Gladys Fennimore,
II 1 1 lUUdV . 1 11C 11 11 1 was urauuiutij - - -.
decorated and a dainty luncheon wasi V7,u"- Jai"- AV':u'" lXA' 1
served to the following little people aTnd Ma-ion Fox. Glen Sheppard.i
who came to lo Hary honor: Harry, Bruce Lane anl Ralph and Richard j
Brandley. Harry Oxer, Roy Ketron, Watson and Clyde Gordon Little
Morinn Stanlev Pant Moore. Lon se'JcttiJl i-niits is in jvir. ana Jiri
Moore, J.tmes Ardery, Billy Ardery
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Happy Results in Both Cases
Helen Greggerson, Harold Greggerson,
Bernard Benner, Cecil Davis, Ileene
Davis, Carol Louise Druley, Bobby
Massie, Irene Brandley, Sylvia Brand
ley, Marlowe Brandley and Mrs. Ada
Overholser, Mrs. Harry Ardery, Mrs.
Anna Overholser and Mr. and Mrs.
William Brandley. .Miss Glenda Davis
was a Campbellstown visitor Tuesday
HUNTSVIILLE, Ind. The W. C. T.
U. held its meeting Friday afternoon
with Mrs. Will Edwards Mr. ana
Mrs. Fred Kabel spent Friday with Mr
and Mrs. Adam Kabel at Winchester.
Mr. and Mrs. Myrvle Hornsr and
Scott Whisler of near Mt. Zion spent
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Ora Horner.
Miss Martha Miller of Conners-
ville, spent the week end with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson and Mrs.
Asenith Osborh of near Winchester,
were the guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mis. Voiney Wilson.. .Mrs. Bert Tharp
and Mrs. O. R. Harrison of Lynn were j
at the entertainment given by the W.j
C. T. U. of this place Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Coffin were at the hospital Sat
urday to see Mrs. Coffin's niece, who
had her tonsils removed. .. .Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Dudley had as their guest'-,
Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Harvey
and daughters, Johannah Harvey, Lou
Keppler and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Har
vey Mr. and Mrs. William Wright
and little daughter spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Harden Wright Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Golliher and daughters
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hormel
were the guests Sunday of My. and
Mrs. Samuel Fouts, near Modoc
Charles Wetzel of Columbus, Ind., wan
the guest of Miss Lola Mohr Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Piner and chil
dren were at Muncie Saturday The
Huntsville Ladies' Aid will meet with
Mrs. Agnes Brosey Friday afternoon,
Nov. 10. . .".The market to be held by
the Huntsville Ladies' Aid at Clark's
meat market at Winchester,- will be
Nov. 18, instead of Nov. 11 Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Haisley and little daugh
ter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Charley Haisley near Economy
Miss Amanda Botkin of DePauw spent
the week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Botkin Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Addington and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Al
dington near Arba Mr. and Mrs".
Cleo Norman and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Love and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Verlie Love, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Love, Mr. and Mrs. William
Cox, Elsie Howell and daughter Mil
dred, Robert Cox, Mr. and Mrs. George
O. O. Bly and sue-ht'-
and Saturday ight at Lynn at the bed
side of Mrs. Bi o mm!.. .
erlie Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Han
cock and daughter, and Viola Hancock
and Ruby Hardwick spent Sunday af
ternoon at Hagerstown Mr. and
Mrs. Russel Grubbs, Mary Jane Grubbs
and Lucille Freeman attended an all
day meeting given at Little Creek Sun
day Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gaddis and
family were the guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Howell, near Modoc
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cougill ana
daughter Helen" were at Muncie Satur
day Mr. and Mrs. M. C. ShepparJ
and daughter May, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Sheppard and children called on
Miss Addie Bowers, near Winchester,
LIBERTY, Ind. At 10 o'clock on
Thanksgiving morning the premiums
will be awarded for the best corn and
potatoes exhibited ia the Liberty Sales
company show room. . ..Mrs. Roscoe
Coughlin has been at the bedside
of her mother, Mrs. Charles Coughlin,
who has been very ill.. Mrs. R. Cough
lin has returned to her home on Cin
cinnati. .. .Dr. Clawson, who has been
practicing medicine in Liberty the last
four years and has built vtr a good
practice, will leave Dec. 1 to take up
St Joseph.MissourL "Both of my
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There was heavy pressure and pains
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doctor told me to try Lydia E. Pink
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THE HOUSE OF FASHIONABLE MILLINERY
IN its issue of Oct. 1, 1922, the Chicago
Tribune says, "In this field (industrial
peace) there is much to be hoped for
from intelligent effort to induce invest-
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advised strikes could have been invested
in shares in the enterprise, the workers'
in many cases would have accomplished
the benefits they sought."
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and helo make more profitable.
The Standard Oil Company (Indiana)
employes are insuring through invest
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security of their families, an end which
every man is striving to accomplish. These
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welfare. Their energies, therefore, are re- ,
leased from worry over the future and are
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Wholehearted co-operation is essential
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agement of the Standard Oil Company
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that no better way to secure this co-operation
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sponse which the employes have given
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Company has solved a problem of im
portance to the Company, the employe,
and the public.
There is no idle time nor decreased
efficiency due to disputes, discontent, or
misunderstandings to be charged into the
consumers bills. Every employe of the
Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is de
livering full-time and energy to the per
formance of his task, and this work is
to him a pleasure, not a task.
It is submitted that this is another item
in that cycle of service which the
Standard Oil Company (Indiana) renders
Standard Oil Company
910 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. IU.