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ld that the proposal for legalizing University
er and light wines can only affect'
verages having an alcoholic con-
,t of 2.75 percent alcohol or less rn rTf nrrrr
3 regards their sale, the practical ef- LIGUE TO 11111
et w ould be to take from O hio law i o e t m h ry e ig t
forcemnt machinery the right to Tr
terfere with sale for home con- i FLO
.mption of 2.75 percent beverages.
r. Crowell declared.
Ohio Pivotal State Cut flowers sold by Univer
Imen in fancy costumes will.b
Leaders in the fight of the Associa- #ie features of theFlower sho
n Against the Prohibition Amend- is being held on Friday and
en, which has its Ohio headquarters of this week in Barbour gyn
Cleveland, say that the effect sought The show is to be given by t
a moral one because Ohio is con- Florists' society and the Distr
lered throughout the nation a piv- ists' Telegraph Delivery ass
al state, being not' only the home of but arrangements have bee:

ne president of the United States,
ut also national headquarters of the
aLnti-Saloon league; the home of Fed-
ral Prohibition Commissioner
Jaynes, and a typical cross section of
hie nation because it has a well-de-
ned agricultural and industi'ial pop-
Ration.
Leaders of the liberal amendment
laim t#at should Ohio endorse their
roposal it would exert a moral in-
nence on Washington.
Outline Law's. Effects
According to the Associati'on again-
t the Prohibition Amendment the
fects of the passage of the law
'ould be:--

whereby the Michigan Leag
benefit from the door receipt
League will also operate a t
in connection with the show. T
be under the management an
tion of members of Alpha P
tea room will be set in the atmr
of old Holland and Dutch wa
will serve. Regular meals
served at meal times, the res
time regular tea room lunc
formh the menu.

will e two shipments of the gloves. sumers' League for a Mississippi Val-
f MT e Those which were ordered this fall ley Conference on legislation for 2r
of Michigan League are expected to arrive about Dec. 1, working women, Mrs. Kelley says. -
or in time for Christmas. Orders will The states which are expected to
be taken again during spring, in or- send delegates are Minnesota, Iowa
League To SolicZt der that the shipment may be here by Missouri, Arkansas, Louisana, Wiscon-
Easter time. sin, Illinois, Kentucky, North Dakota
Life M emberships m-. and Texas,'with the possible addition
eINCREASE SHOWN of Mississippi and Tennessee. The
SHW Plans for the Life Membership drive I A D A E societies which have been asked to be
of the Michigan League building are IN CANDY SAL Srepresented are those co-operating on
sity wo- now being formulated for a campaign the Women's Joint Congressional
e one of which will oruheld formaNcampaign Comparison of the sale of candy this Committee.
w.whchI wic wllbe held from November 13
w which to 17 inclusive. The following girls year at the Women's League booth in They are: the League of Women
aturd have been chosen to serve on the com University hall with that of last year Voters, the National Consumers'
nasium.mite Vea League, the W. C. T. U., the Y. W. C.
he State mittee: Velma Leigh Carter '24; shows a favorable increase in receipts. A., the Parent-Teacher Association
ist Flor- Elizabeth Carson, '24; Helen Locke, From ten to twelve dollars are being the Girls' Friendly Society the Gen
ociation, '24; Lucretia Brewer, '24; Ione Ely taken in every day from the sale of eral Federation of Women's Clubs
n made Jemina Miller, '24; Lois Barr 24 candy alone. Those who have signed the Association of University Women
;ue willPamela Brown, '24; Catherine Potter, up to be at the booth at stated hours ,the Association of Business and Pro:
ts. The '23; Elsa Schuler, 24; Jeanette Pal have been more conscientious in their fessional Women, the National Wom-
ea room Ier, 23; Mary Catherine Kessel, 24; attendance than they were last year, en's Council, the Federation of Jew-
rhis will Iand Mildred Neff, 23. it was annuonced by the chairman of ish Women, the Service Star Legion,
d direc- Dorothy Wylie, '24, chairman of the the candy sales. the Association of Teachers of Home
hi. The drive, has announced that the con- Residence halls, sororities, and Economics and the Women's Trade
iosphere mittee would like all unpaid pledges league. houses that wish to sell candy Union League.
aitresses from last year to be met as soon as for the benefit of the Women's league "Illinois permits its women to be
will be possible as this will greatly facilitate may obtain it by sending a represent- empleyd seventy hours a week at
t of the the work. Girls having pledges will ative tb Katherine Kuhlman, '23, chair- night, that is, ten hours seven nights
hes will be solicited this week. the candy sales, who will be a week," said Mrs. Kelley. "When
at the booth from 2 until 4 o'clock legislation limiting hours of women
ternooinevery Tuesday afternoon. was proposed in Kentucky it was ar-
e "two _gued by opponents that Kentucky, in
Urved, in jIits industrial infancy, could not do
er dead. owhat the industrial leviathan, Ilinois,
oth Fri- L C EE U containing the second manufacturing
in Bar- city in the country, failed to do. Yet
y night, IMrs. Henry Carter Adams, execut ois had such a law thirty years
-operatO
ive secretary of the Alumnae council, -
ce, how- was in Chicago for a day last week NATIONAL IQt(P.S OVERNORS
srp!.4ral I In conferen P, ith th MAO

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" HARRY"

5c. Huron St

SODA-
ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS
BULK OR BRICK

Special

Candies

For Parties

At 3 o'clock on Saturday af
which is Armistice day, th
minutes silence" will be obse
respect to the country's soldi
There will be a dance on b

lize the use of mild healtn- day and Saturday evenings
afra idSauda eeins

SCHUMACHER HARDWARE COMPANY
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

-Limit the market of the poison
ling bootlegger.
-Protect from prosecution Jo
ession of cider or home-made'
or of intoxicating liquor law-
acquired and not'intended for
-Protect the home against illegal
sion and search,.
-Honest enforcement-not dis-
st persecution-under the prohi-

bour gymnasium. On Saturda
the Michigan League will co
with the Veterans of Foreign
This will not bea military dan
ever, it was announced by the
chairman of the Flower Show.

generail

Organizes Seven
Alumnae Groups

laws.
r purposes, according to the as-
nm, are to have the Volstead'
dified ;to have each state pro-
own laws on the liquor ques-
id to eventually remove the
nth amendment to the federal
uticn.
1 MQ sf 7n* (n mabn

VYI iI ie wL e s. EdUward
D. Poheroy, general chairman of the
Council, respecting matters of the
Council and the plans for work to be
adopted in the immediate future.
These plans will be submitted to the
larger executive board which will be
caled together sometime during the
latter part of November.
The executive board of the Alumnae
council consists of the chairman, ex-
ectuive secretary, secretary and treas-
urer. In order to profit by the advice
of as ,many alumnae' as possible re-
specting the project of theUniversity
of Michigan League, the executive
board was, at the annual meeting of
the council last June, authorized to
increase its membership. These ad-
ditional memebrs are to be chosen
from as broad an area as possible.
Two of the additional members have
already been appointed: Mrs. A. H.
Vanderberg, (Hazel Whitaker, '06), of
Grand Rapids, and Miss Rose Ander-
son, '95, of Toledo.

it
"A

AIMSat, braty uorrup ion"
F. W. Marcolin, secretary of the
Ohio organization in a statement de-
claried:
"The association is composed of
prominent'" and reputable men and1
women who are citizens of Ohio and
believe that the present graft, corrup-
tion and other unsatisfactory condi-,
tions arising from prohibition as
brought about by the Anti-Saloon
Lague and other kindred organiza-
tions should be corrected.
"'The amendment means what it
says, namely the legalizing of the . Mrs. Evans holbrook
manufacture and sale for consump- Mrs. Evans Holbrook, who recent-
tion in homes and placesof abode of ly returned from a three months' tour
non-intoxicable liquors. , The amend- of the West and Northwest in the in-
ment specifically forbids sale of such terst of the Women's League, reports
beverages in saloons or in any place the organization of seven new alum-
where such beverages could be con- nae groups. Mrs. Holbrook met with
sumed on the premises where sold." old as well as new groups, and while
"We Want Temperance" in the West started the organization
Mr. Crowell said: "What we want for the building campaign fund.
is temperance, not a denial of rights.
If the prohibition laws had been
framed so as to prevent drunkenness YOU will be surprised at the large
all men would cheerfully obey them. results obtained at low cost from a
The only excuse for a prohibition law "Daily" classified a4--Adv.
is to prevent intoxication.
"The present brand of prohibition_ _ _
has destroyed respect for law because
it denies one of the inhernt rights , We have an a
of man. It has resulted in disrespect
for law and has caused lawlessness,
misunderstandings and unrest. The want to make so
evils of bootlegging and bribery have going to school.
resulted in an orgy of corruption
which is unparalleled in the history I Write today
of the country. Sensible men are be- det
ginning to realize that this must be
stopped immediately." H. Al. H. & Co. 29
The Amendment Text CHIC
The amendment as it affects the en-
forcement provisions of the Ohio pro-
(Continued on Page Eleven)

LEGISLATION
Chicago, Nov. 4.-Branches in near-
ly twelve states of fourteen national
organizations of women, as well as
the governors of those states, will be
asked 'to send representatives to Chi-
cago for the purpose -of "waking Ill-
nois," announces Mrs. Florence Kelley'
of New York, general secretary of the
National Consumers' League., The Jl-
linois Woman's Trade Union. League
already has voted approval of the plan
of the Illinois committee of the Con-
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YOU WILL FIND AN EXCELLENT ASSORT-
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Tea Wagons
Leg Rest
Baskets
Phone Sets
Sewing Stands
Smoker Stands
Stools
Poker Tables

PHONES 174-175-M

0 D. Morrill
1I7 Nickels Arcade

League Glove Sale
Proves Successful
Mortarboard, national honorary or-
ganization for senior women, has an-
nounced that almost two hundred
pairs of kid gloves have been ordered
for the Christmas shipment of gloves
from France. Last spring a plan was
inaugurated whereby Mortarboard
would take orders for the gloves from
a manufacturing concern in France,
the profits to go as the Mortarboard
contribution to ,the Michigan League.
According to the present plans, there
attractive proposi-;
three men who
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Cream of Asparagus
Wafers Hearts of Celery
Roast Sirloin Bepf, Brown Gravy
Roast Young Chicken
with Dressing
Creamed Corns
MashedPotatoes

Fruit.Salad
Rolls

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