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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1926
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O'BRIEN FAVORS Cra1Pe departmental agencies and services domain, which in this respect would lllll1i111 11iil11!ullli1,dflti
ooCAPITALraEonLT lanec!are incorporated organically into the act as consulting engineer, and in
CAAe ew department. Numerous other which all government efforts appro-
I n ngineerilounits are so adjusted that they can. priate to its sphere would for the first CAommodationsfor But
(Continued from Page $ne) be served in their public works aspect time be brought under centralized
"In enforcing the prohibition amend- ITHACA, N. Y., Nov. 12.-A plan to by the department of public works and control.
ment the police officers' hands are tied reorganize the administrative struc--of the Student Bodv
at the present time by supreme court ture of the United States government
rete ring oec so as to cooperate in vast engineering
froegltin, hpreentngsplcemenr Playhouse
liquor unless they have the swornfuntiyearo unedsofeenditure Biscuits for Breakfast 11s '1 l yhouse
statement of a man who has purchas- eah ya o nnhunded of ylstof
ed liquor in the building," the official !dollars, was announced here yester- W
said. When the case comes to trial day at a meeting of the American En- Better Get Your Reservations in Early.
the man swearing out the warrant!gineering council at Cornell univer-
must apear in court and his name is sity. H Ee iii deliver any kind of bakery8908
divulged, with consequent danger to A national committee of engineersa
himself from friends of the arrested submitted the detail of theproposal oods to you fresh for breakfast. Triy
party. Less than one-half of one per which follow a two year study. It them fresh and taste the difference"," !""N1"""1"" 1 ""i"1"ml "
cent of the citizens are willing to as- was declared that enactment of the -
sist the police in this matter. "No plan into legislation will mean a great
man likes to be called a stool pigeon," reduction in the cost of government.
he declared. The committee of engineers recoin In r r T)1Y O R SHE
Without the enactment of capital 'mends the establishment of a depart-
punishment laws and more severe nrent of public works-and domain to
penalties, Chief O'Brien can see no replace the present Department of the
hope for the quick relief of the crime Interior. The committee's report was
situation. !adopted by the administrative board. 606 South Main St. Dial 479 May have the privileges of the Union for life by voting
The plan makes a complete regroup-
ROME.-King Victor Emmanuel ing of federal public work activities Yes on the proposed amendment, November 1T
celebrated his 57th birthday recently. More than a score of bureaus, boards,
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Vrovided the amendment passes, present first year men
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