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IL di.UMIIU I
ORSE IN BRITAIN,
ay Union in Sympathy Strike,
Refuses to Handle Coal
From Abroad
)N CALLED ATTEMPT TO
tRVE NATION INTO YIELDING

Wage Plan Considered
Proposals for the establishment of
a wage plan acceptable to both sides
of the mining controversy were con-
sidered at today's meeting of miners
and mine owners. Prime Minister
Lloyd George presided over the meet-
ing and was expected to give the gov-
ernment's views as to proposals that
the nation become, in effect a party to
the understanding between the miners;
and their employers.
SOBLIGATORY MARRIAGE MAY
BE MADE LAW IN TURKEY
(By Mail)
Constantinople, April 27.-Marriage
will be made an obligation in Turkey,
if the law proposed by Salih Bey,
deputy from Erzeroum, passes the An-
gora parliament. The depopulation of
the country is such, according to Salih
Bey, that the Turkish race will shortly
be inferior to the number of Greeks
and Armenians. He declared that
while the old-time Turk was willing
to take as many as four wives, the
modern one is slow in taking one.

London, April 27.-The National'
Union of Railwaymen has instructed1
its members not to handle coal from
colliery siding or from overseas, Sirl
Eric Geddes, minister of transporta-
tion, announced in the house of com-
mons today. He characterized the
order as a grave step.
Such coal, the minister said, was
absolutely necessary to the life of the
community as it was needed to pro-
vide a fair minimum for household use
and to continue the essential public
utilities, such as sewage, water, gas,
electricity and transport.
Attempt to Starve Nation
To prevent the delivery of such coal,
Sir Eric declared, was an attempt to
starve the nation, and no -government
could allow the nation to be so co-
erced.
Sir Eric stated that he had invited
the general secretary of the National
Union of Railwaymen to meet him this
afternoon and he hoped for a good re-
sult from the meeting.

BRUM M WILL OFFRE
COURSE THIS' SUMMER
MUCH INTEREST BEING SHOWN
IN PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSING
Work in journalism of a new variety
will be offered by Prof. John R. Brumm
during the summer. "Written Criti-
cism" is the name of the subject, whichr
is an adaptation of the course nowi
being given in the department. It is
primarily intended for those who do
not intend to go on with journalistic
work but who wish experience in this;
form of critical writing. The regularI
course in reporting will also be given.
Ready For Enrollment
Students of the University who de-
sire to enroll in the Summer session
before leaving school will be allowed{
to do so during the second week of
examinations, according to Registrar
Arthur G. Hall. This is a Special priv-
ilege extended only to students and is
merely allowed so that they need not
return early for the purpose of enroll-
ment.
Great interest is being shown in the
courses in public health nursing that
will be offered this summer, according
to Mrs. B. H. Bartlett, director of the
department. It is open to accredited
graduate nurses, the course being four
months in length.
New Courses in Nursing
Despite the fact that 15 other col-
leges are -offering courses of this na-

ture, there will be at least 16 students 1
from distant states, with many in-
quiries received from other parts of
the country. There will be two special
courses and a number of general lec-
tures offered during the period.
TWO SELECTIONS BY READER
OFFERED TOMORROW NIGHT
Miss Alma H. Norsworthy-Mackin-
non, humorous and dramatic reader,
will give several impersonations at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening in the
Church of Christ (Disciples).
Miss Mackinnon will give a mono-
'logue entitled, "Behind the Screen," a
play, "Olga," by W. F. Trayes, and a
story, "Bobby Shaftoe," by Homer
Green.

We hope
Right

The

Man

will see this advertisement. A man who has had experience
in canvassing and handling other men. To such a man we
have an unusually meritorious offer to make to him.
He must be able to see a big proposition and hold down a job
this summer that will guarantee him $1,000.00. In reply give

full details of previous experience in canvassing or selling.

We

Architectural College Gets Slidies
Lantern slides have just been re-
ceived by the Architectural college of
27 buildings built by the United States
government between 1905 and 1911.
They are the gift of Mr. James K.
Taylor, architect of the U. S. treasury
building during that time, all the
buildings being designed and erected
under his supervision. Prof. Emil
Lorch, of the Architectural college,
stated that they are excellent pictures
of some of the finest of our public
buildings.

do not want a canvasser. We want a man who has had ex
perience in canvassing and can organize a sales force of col-
lege men at once. We prefer a man who has had experience
in selling household utensils. Write

Campus Grounds Subject to Cleanup
As part of a general spring clean-
up, the old lawn mowers are busy, and
the campus green is being shorn of
its growth. Workmen are also busy
planting shrubs about Waterman gym-
nasium and tLhe Homoeopathic hos-
pital.
Other work of like nature is being
contemplated by the buildings and
grounds department for the future.

0. D. KINSEY,

Production Pattern Company

Pi Delta Epsilon ,Meets Tonight
- The meeting of the Pi. Delta Epsilon
will take place tonight at the Union
instead of last night as stated in yes-
terday's What's Going On column.

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Engraving & Embossing
Order your VISITING CARDS
now and avoid possible delays.
10 per cent discount on all orders
received before May 10.

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Careful Workmanship, at
THE VOGUE SHOPPE
MRS. EUGENE CRUM Phone 795-W UPSTAIRS

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The Unique Shop
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CARL BAY JEWELER
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Custom, Tailor
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Footwear of Quality and Distinction
CLOSED DURING ALL "AT HOME" GAMES
Minerva Yarns Futurist Underwear
Woman's Exchange
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