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November 30, 1920 - Image 5

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The. children love
Wrigley's-and it's
food for them

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Made sunder conditions of
absolute cleealiness and
brought to them In Wri ep'
6041e0 sanitary package,
$atlsfles the craving for
eweets.aids di estIonl sweety
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in eel tootb Olean

II~f'TlhIII f jIas high a moral and spiritual national~
'UUESWNS V~IflRII im as you will find in any Westernj
nation." About the militaristic party
CANFIELD DEPLORES 'HELPING in Japan be says, "That military party
STUDENTS OF IIVN. PROFES. ha. seen two things In£ the last two
i ~years ~that have changed its whole at-
SO. S. titude. It has seen the downfall of it
military idol. It knows that a nation
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-- built on military force cannot stand in.
I read in your number of Nov. 26, modern civilization. -This realization
on the' same page with the welcome has come recently, it 1%, true, but I am
news that the Louvain library is being confident the military party of Japan
restored, that "a 60 per cent over- is in decline."
subscription was secured in the drive YUKI G. OSAWA, Grad.
to aid needy Austrian students." I
cannot help thinking-and hoping--!Itlltltflliltilflllllff
that there must -be many on the=
campus who, like myself, on reading 3=fD iy L n h
dered and disturbed. -
I oethat I am not so devoid of =
Christian charity as to be callous to - u o distebs
the pitiable condition of those who are ' Our prices are right
suffering in the awful aftermath of ______________E
the war, whoever and wherever they HOURS l
may be. On, the contrary, it am ap-= 7A M.T 1P M
palled when I see how little we gen- 7A M.T 1P.M
erally in our university community =~ 5 P. M. TO 7 P. M.
seem to feel the miserable plight in _B -
which war has left the populations of= SUNDAYS
all the countries that were drained of
their best'blod and of their accumu -=,8 A. M. TQ7-030 P.M. ~
lated material resources by those four
years of hell, and that means almost w 512 EAST WILLIAM STREET c
all of Europe.-
I should hope that we should all _____________________________________________________
feel ashamed if we did not match-
every dollar that we spend on nub,
customary sports, amusmnis and V T 'L'
personlfindulgeane"with another
dolar for t work of relief that M. L U N C I R 00OM
hoover and his asaociatea an4 the ]Redl Crowded every meal
Cross and perhaps other agencles BUT
havg in charge. But cauaot help
out Austrian students as special bene- Last years customers
fliarles of our charity. Is it not pos- On®re half block South
sible that in so doing we are giving of64{Aj
proof of a regretably short memory? o A
What speeial claim have they on our -
sympathies, they who were so lately- - - -
arrayed in battle against use a wlil
whom we have notYet agr~j~4 as to,
terms Of Daes,%the We should djs-
tguisl , them~ from the tmp~aa~al
~mAA Las of wretched an starving~
Were their hmeA burned, their Jo
their wel1 .* us leveled,
ther w~ct!f~~lo.,their work-shops
ter~ . aeir factories ruined, their
_.,iners and sisters carried away to
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JAPANESE STUDENT SAYS Nth
PONCHEW DISTORTED FACTS
(Continued from Page Four)
group of statesmen and scholars un-
dertook to meet. the popular demands
for democratic government and to
quiet the agitation of the times. The
agitators were mostly influenced by
thinkers like Rousseau, Montesquieu,
Mill and Jefferson. A party govern-
ment like that of England was the goal
they set their minds on. How far
they have succeeded can be seen in
the fact that in spite of the theoreti-
cally absolutism of the emperor, his
power has never been exercised
against the popular will. The Diet
has assumed more and more Import-
ance in recent years, always endeav-
oring to hold the ministers of the state
responsible to it as well as to the
throne until today Japan has almost
attained the parliamentary supremacy
of England. Her prime minister is
generally the leader of the majority
party in the lower house or at least
is one who has the sympathy of and
control over the majority members of
the house.
Of the government of Japan, Mr.
Frank A. Vanderlip, the eminent eco-
nomist well known for his fair-minded
attitude on economic and political
questions said, in a speech before the
San Francisco Commercial club, "'A
feudal nation shut in a hermit's cave
came out and transformed herself Into
a constitutional monarchy and devel-
lo. ped a liberal democracy, for that Is
what they are today. Japan is a lib-'

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number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness--"but it's a
LION."'

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ssire?
ME IS MONEY
WHY NOT COME TO

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of 10--BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the 10OlO9 Turkish tobaccos of the purest
and best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
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