SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1924
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TIrSLF l TI I
ILUM El COLUMN
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING ATI3 P.M.
NE THGDOIIO~lState Legislatures Will Consider y HS I M
Child Labor Amendment Next MonthPN
FSNEXT MONTH FoRFUNS
91H FGURE SCO NEXT -d
Get your tree from Rhead. Cone and
see our line. This is the "home of
natural trees" for the church, home,
and school. Rhead's trees are the
RHEAD PACKING CO.
525 Detroit St.
FOR SALE Ford coupe. Late 22
model. 409 Camden Ct. 3056-J.
RUSSIAN WOLFHOUND Pups and
grown dogs for sale. Inquire at
1306 Olivia Ave., Ann Arbor. Phone
iYOR SALE Close to South State Street.
an excellent building lot with eight
or ten maples growing on it. Can
be had very reasonable. (ill 2438
-OUNG LADY To taie room after
holidays. Very reasonable rate.
Small League house. Call 681-J.
NANTED Ambitious college man to.
Represent firm with exclusive line
of FINEST ENGLISII FOOTWEAR.1
Apply by letter, address to Mr. J.
biffee, care Footgloves, 21 .John 'St.,
New York city.
STUDENTS' Washing. Work guar-
WANTI Three men to work vaca-I
I ion, 19th to 25th. Ten to twenty
dollars daily. Transportation paid.
Call at lane hall this evening, 6:30t
Dispensary Cases Lower, Respiratory
Ills Increase, Health Service
CHRISTMAS FOUNTAIN PENS 5,547 CALLS REPORTED
Make Dad happy. Buy him a Rider
Masterpen. It may be the first sat-
isfactory Fountain Pen he has ever Student health for the month of
had. Just bring a sample of his November and the first week of Dec-
writing, we can fit him exactly. ember has been of an average grade,
RIDER'S PEN SHOP according to Health service officials
302 S. State St. ( ,r--N,
Simultaneou :drve3 among s-
dents will be carried on this ycahr h
the various churches beginning Tiue: -
day, Jan. 13, and lasting unil Jn. I i
This concerted drive of all the church
es of the city to secure money fro:-
students will take the place of many
drives by the individual churches.
Each church, however, will make i
own drive independent of the other;,
securing money for its own purnoses
George Hacker, '26E, is president of
the Interchurch council which Se!:
the date and other details for the cni-
hined church drive. John Elliott, '21
C. A. Stevens, '26, Carlton Linstrom
Harry Mitchell, '25, Robert Waterman,
'26, and Rensis Likert, '26, are in
charge of the drives organized by their
and exhibitions in jn jutsu will be
included in the entertainment.
1:int, Dec. 12.--*'he first arrests un-
der 1be Flint smoke ordinance were
i/Ica of Michigan
will meet at Van's
L Lun c h tonight
after the basket
ball game to dis-
cuss the team. Be
one of them.
IIW Soulh IiUniversity Ave.
who have issued the monthly report.
CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES! While the number of dispensary -calls
A fine selection of bead necklaces, has been running slightly below the
chokers, and new barettes and !-average of 150, which is ordinarily
other novelties. PALAIS ROYAL, maintained, officials state that there'
109 W. Liberty. has been an unusual run of respiratory
__cases of the nature of la grippe or in-
NOTICE fiuenza with much milder symptoms
Before going home see our line of during the past week.
beautiful presentation' Fountain The total dispensary calls includes
Pens and Eversharp Pencils. For 1,831 calls made by freshmen during
lady or gentleman, hand painted the health lecture series for the pur-
sets, green gold, yellow gold and pose of acquainting them with the fac-
silver. All purchases sent out in ilities offered by the Health service
ornate Christmas attire, at and the methods used in connection
RIDER'S PEN SHOP with care and treatment of the pati-
Pen Specialists ents. This accounts for the fact that
the total for the month was 5.547 as
THE NEW CLEVELAND Electric compared with 3,471 last year and
vacuum cleaner fully guaranteed. 4,097 in November, 1922.
Extra large motor $25.00 at Koch and The four students who were afflicted
Henne. with trichinosis, cared for by the ser-
vice and included in the report, are
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS practically well now according to Dr.
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to Emory W. Sink, director.
save on many household necessi- The following list shows the number
ties at The Economy Second Hand of cases handled by the various mem-
Store, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-M. bers of the service: Dr. John Sund-
We sell what you do want and buy wall, 324; Dr. Emory W. Sink, 1,617;
what you don't want. Dr. Floyd P. Allen, 2,411; Dr. D. Clyde
Reynolds, 2,840; Dr. Ralph B. Fast,
GILBERT'S CHOCOLATES 651; Dr. Newton W. Bourne, 849; Dr.
Ready to Mail William L. Bettison, 860; Dr. William
All Sizes S. O'Donnell, 411; Dr. William I1. Mc-
ARCADE PHARMACY Cracken, 725; Dr. Fred, A. O'Brock,
7 Nickels' Arcade 135; and 1,334 dressings by the ser-
PERSONAL CHRISTMAS GREETING
CARDS ENGRAVED or PRINTEDj
:Proper engraving takes time. Select
one of our many attractive, exclu-
sive designs and place your order
O. D. .MORRILL
14 & 17 Nickels' Arcade,
LET YOUR GIFTS be blooming plants
or cut flowers this Christtias. We
will not raise our prices. Ann Arbor
Floral Co. 122 E. Liberty, Phone
BANQUETS, DINNERS, & Luncheons
at reasonable prices served by the
Aid society of the CHURCH OF
CHRIST. New Church, new equip-
ment. Call 2025-J.
Above are sponsors of the proposed constitutional amendment and one
of its opponents. Upper row, Senators George Wharton Pepper, (left) anti
Samuel M1. Shortridge. Center, Senator Thomas J. Walsh. Below, (left),
Representative M. Foster of Ohio, (who is the fourth member of the group
that framed the amendment,) and James A. Emery, association head who
argues against the amendment.
By Johi '. Lewming, Jr. olher believes that it is a matter for
Washington, Dec. 12.-Eight years the state and not the national gov-
ago the congress of the United States ernment.
enacted a federal child labor statute. i "Scealstic," One Cry
This law provided that products of ome members of both- these fac-
the labor of children should not be Lions call the proposed measur, a
transported in interestate commerce. I socialistic and even communistic
Two years later the Supreme Court wedge in the constitution under the
declared that law unconstitutional. subterfuge of being an effort to "save
A year later a federal law imposing j the children."
a prohibitive tax on the products of One big organization fighting it is
child labor was written on the books. the National Association of Manufac-
Two years ago the Supreme Court turers. James A. Emery, general
nullified this act by declaring that counsel of the association says of
law unconstitutional. 'the amendment:
Now the legislatures of thirty-eight "The pending proposal, through its
states, when those bodies convene designation as the 'Child Labor'
January, will be called upon to act i Amendment, makes a peculiarly sym-
on the newest effort to establish a pathetic and disarming appeal. Those
child labor law which cannot be as- who analyze and reflect will find
sailed. This is a proposed amend- lurking beneath a touching sentiment
ment to the constitution. a determined endeavor to obtain a
The proposed amendment reads: grant of power -from the people, rev-
Section 1. The Congress shall have olutionary in its effect upon their pri-
power to limit, regulate and prohibit vate life and government and entire-
the labor of persons under eighteen ly unnecessary to accomplish an ob-
years of age. ject which all desire."
Section 2. The power of the several -
UIIIIIluLIs I ILLIJIL IlUU ! .Z-.- - f
Student and faculty m m ber of the
Cosmopolitan club of the University The adm
will be entertained by the Chamber
of Commerce at a luncheon held next; ling this esta
Tuesday noon in the Chamber of Com- the exclusiv
merce inn. Last year the custom of this excellent
allowing the foreign students to be-
come better acquainted with business ocated t
anl professional men through person- cmI
a! contact, was started by the Cham- tue (' r 1pt
ber. The affair was so successful that COlIlioti,.
1he Cosmopolitan day will be a regn- large (nugl
lar event in the future, according to
lRensi.s Likcrt, '26, president of the T
Co!Zmlopolitan club, will act as chair-
man of the program. Old folk songs rooms is
w Underwood Standard2 Ti sprop,
y pe'al stroi'o-4'
can be finan
The Machine you will Even- able size do
tually Carry. Sol on easy the purchase
terms to suit every student s priced.
' ror mor
call MR. KO
A. C. STIMSON
Second Floor C. LOUIS
)o8 SOUTH STATE ST. 512 Nat I
Phone ofN M " 3064
! U 1GlI C1i1ilE LlFIuFul ttll I FHi 6Et ' ,,.
ate has given us
e handling of
two blocks from
)lteha heat and
;I to take care
ideal and the
and kitchen is
perty should ap-
y to one of the
amfzations, as it
ced on a reason-
wn payment and
price is soundly
Perfume, powder, tale.
7 Nickels' Arcade
BOUGHT, Sold, rented, exchanged.
cleaned and repaired. We have;
nearly all makes. We suggest that!
you buy Corona Four and saver
about $40.00. Time payments if de-
nn T TORILLTT T
ST iENTS ATTENTION!
We will be open evenings starting
Dec. 15. Special attention will be
given to all Christmas orders.
Arnold State Street Jewelry Store
102 S. State Street
SCTI'rS MA 1E TO YOUR MEASI'RE
$25.00, $30.00, $35.00
hERMAN THE 'TAILOR
8U2 S. Stote St.
W. D. C. PIPES
CIGARETTES IN CARTONS
HUMIDOR CANS OF TOBACCO
Come Here For Magazines, Candy-
bars Ice Cream, Billiards
514 E. William St.
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bare mention of "fraternity" or the
name of any fraternity taboo.
ObYserving the failure of the past
first-year seasons even to approach
the ideal, knowing the effects of the
first-year season to be detrimental to
the College, and realizing the innate
advantages of the second-year season
;the Administration has acted wisely
in adopting the second-year rule, and
in not waiting for student opinion to
Paris, Dec. 12.-France's 4,000,000,
000 franc internal loan has been over-
states is unimpaired by this article
except that the operation of state
Lansing, Dec. 12.-Restoration of the
forest is the one outstanding solution
laws shall he
suspended to the ex-
of the problem of making Michigan's
10,000,000 unproductive acres lrocluc -
V.. I JILIlL i
17 Nickels' Arcade.
Ann Arbor's Oldest Typewriter
PHI KAPPA TAU Fraternity pin. Ini-,
tials E. B. B. on back. Finder call
392-J, ask for Mac. Reward. j
LOST Blue Corduroy reefer coat,
Size 42. Finder please call Shawak-
er, Phone 2034-R.
LOST Long key and small keys on
ring. Between Medical bldg. and
University hospital. Reward. M. M.
Harrington, Tel. 2692-W or Univ.
Hospital, Univ. 203-J.
Wuerth Arcade, first floor
Ladies' Dress Slippers, Choice $6.50
Made-to-M easure Shoes $9.50
Men's Collegiate Shoes $8.50
Exclusive Agency for Educator Shoes.
Open 11 A. 3T. to 9 P. 3. Phone 2240-.J
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
WILL GIVE Rain proof Marcells.
Have your old hair made up into
switches at a small cost.
DIMATTIA'S BEAUTY SHOP
340 S. State St. Phone 2939-M.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
WHY Experiment with viscuous ink
when you can always buy good ink
from RIDER'S PEN SHOP.
TO STUDENT A warm clean room in
good location. 429 S. Division.
FOR RENT Apartments, lighth9use-
keeping rooms, single rooms. Phone
158, Ralph T. Swezey.
LARGE FRONT Room second floor
over College Inn 308 5. State Street.
Inquire Edwards Brothers.
FOR RENT Rooms for men. Room-
mate wanted to share suite of south1
and east exposure. Steam heat.
Plenty of hot water. 422 E. Wash-
ington. Phone 1194-M.
SEE OUR SPLENDID Line of foun-
tain pens for Christmas gifts. $1 to
$8. Room 2, 711 N. Univ. 2nd floor.
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
IF YOUR Pen fails, have it repaired
by penmakers at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
It costs you no more. 24 Hour ser-
vice or better.
WHY Experiment. Buy your fountain
pens of Rider where you can get
adjustments by pen specialists.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State Street!
Read the Want Ad s
i tent necessary to give effect to legi
CALL FOR INORALlation enacted by Congress.
Most of the 38 states now ha
SNAP-SHOTS OF WOMEN (i some kind of a ch:ld labor law. The:
is no uniformity, however, and t
A call has been' sent out by the laws in operation have been assail
Michiganensian for informal ko- repeatedly as being inadequate.
j dak pictures showing the ac- j The proponents of the feder
j tivities of women on the campus, amendment find themselves now coi
particularly athletics. They j!fronted with the task of convincin
should be brought to the Mich- Itwo distinct factions that the pr
iganensian office as soon as pos- j posed addition to the constitution
sible. Any expenses incurred i needed to supplant these laws. Oi
will be met with. faction is against child labor legi
lation as such is known now. TI
.AR vR NA S H
Thd "Every Occasion" Gift
Imported handkerchiefs with
novel embroideries and ini-
Linens with the finest hem-
Lace-in all colors. The finish-
ing touch to a charming cos-
Cottons, softened by edges of
Silk handkies that one tucks in
a wrist band or purse.
Children's handkerchiefs bor-
(ered with kiddie designs.
arately, Ranging in Price
re Pekin, Dec. 12.-Feng Yu-IHsiang, the
he Christian general, has resigned his
ed army command and has been given a
months' sick leave.
g -ere' double
- oy in itiefood
Best home e ooke d
meals aind pleasant
surroundings for ladies .
and gents at
Corner State, Packard
One-half Block South of Packard Street
COMPLETE EQUIPMENT, BRAKE LINING, WRECKIN
ST RAIddI TENING FRAMES ANI)'AXLES AND REPAIRING
521 South Main St.
N E W
A* C. MAIQU ARDT
In Box Assortments and Sep
from 15c to $2.50v
THE EXQUISITE CORSET SHOP
109 W. Liberty St.
Buy Gifts For Him Where He
Would Choose Them For Himself
Wadh ms &Company
These are just a few of, the hundreds of articles that men would
appreciate as Christmas Gifts. If you select something from our
large, complete stock you may be certain that the gift will delight
him for it's a gift from his store. All articles selected as gifts packed
in holly boxes if desired.
BELTS AND BUCKLES 1 HS GIFT-NECKWEAR
$1 TO $3.00 $1 TO' $3
Something ; that a man very Here's a selection that will sat-
seldom buys for himself, but isfy every variety of taste for
welcomes as a gift. every man.
WARM SOTK'S On SILK HANDKERCHIEFS OF FANCY
AND WOOL, 75c TO $2 I)ESIGN, 25c AND UP
This winter the men are wearing Woven colored borders, fancy
fancy socks, especially stripes colored silks, initial monogram
and plaids. he'll be thankful --everything that maze could
for as many pairs as you can desire in handkerchiefs.
give. FINE SHIRTS
DRESSING GOWNS ' $1.50 TO $7.0)
$6 TO$2; Few men are known to have too
and bathrobes in blanket ma- many shirts! That's why they
terials or patterned silk. Noth- make fine gifts-and here s a
mug like these for luxurious selection that'll please every
comfort, holiday purchaser.
FANCY WOOL HOUSE
COATS $6 TO $15PA J tAAS, $2 TO $8
or smoking jackets are a great Just what he needs in pajamas
manorllana geci that every outing flannel. Made with or
i GL0AVES 4ALWAVS WAN'TED.
'lill~lil[ l illf i i i i I i1t it 10111ti1 lli ilNitllllilllll li li tl t1i 1 Uil t l
The "Honey De
1115 South University
Serving the incomparable "Velvet Brand" Ice Cream'
in a Variety of Choice Flavors
$2 To $10
Men who appreciate fine mer-
chandise will be pleased to
accept a pair of these. All
leathers, all trimmings and all
SMARTL.Y STYLED STETSON
HATS $7; OTHERS $4, $5, $6
Smooth finishes and rough mix-
HE'LL WANT SWEATERS
$5 TO $8
For the man who likes the open
spaces there's nothing like a
sweater to strike his fancy.
here's a generous assortment
at likeable prices.
MUFFLERS AND SCARFS
$2 TO $5