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ps WOMEN POWER FOR
GOOD, SAYS LEADER
To Eat

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ted Press)
e 26.-Ripe olive
* to favor. It i
hem, according t
. The appetizin
-eason of a few in
ect packing, wa
rary disfavor al
.tes, has been offi
place at the tabl
breath a sigh o
atally, the bacillu
organism respon
olive's undeserve
has been utterly
d, and henceforth

the depart
king publi
nvestigation
of cases o
ing of ripe
ras not due
1 they were
es of inade
e chemists
as possible

e to

te pub
g from
to tlhe
indus-

(By Associated Press)
Destruction Suggested New York,. Juie 25--The millions
r o American women who expect their
5 "Since there is a possibility of dan- fAeia oenwoepchhi
is Snce'thre s aposibiityof en-'political status to be changed by Fed-
s ger from any ripe olive which has, itiaestaeus toce shigbyed-
o been insufficiently sterilized, the bu- eral ameadment to citizenship next
g reau of chemistry has suggested to November are going to become a
- the industry that all ripe olives in 1pwer for good in the nation, accord-
s 'glass or in tin, wherever located, be ing to Mrs. John Sherwin Crosby, a
,delegate to the Democratic national
Ll carefully inspected, and that anydDma
convention"n 'San Francisco this
- which show the slightest degree of de- ont A woan prdntsof thes
e composition be destroyed: It has fur-"mnth. A woman president ofthe
s United States, she says, is "remote but
f them suggested that all ripe olives,-o mosilsy n14.
s which have not been processed at a Imosly, inw944."
- sufficiently high temperature be re- "The only two things worth while at
d turned to the packers for immediate present," said Mrs. Crosby, "are poll-
y Sreprocessing at a sufficient tempera- tics and religion. We all should study
h ture to insure complete sterilization. both; hortoimproveour government
"With few exceptions the olive and make better men and women.
- rss ryWhen I speak of religion I don't mean
-packers have most heartily fallen in ;aypriuar ed-u terlgo
C with all suggested made in the interest f particularreed,but the religion
n of the public safety and by mutual of the Gospels, the Ten Command-
;mets and the Sermon on the Mount.1
f 'agreement entered into by practically thenwsrldthsrmoney-a thelgon.
e all ofthe packers they arenow taking The world is money-mad. Religion
/ °l oftepceste r o a lone wi free it from; Its selfishness
e steps to withdraw from the market lnd unres
;nd unrest.
e all olives, in glass containers which Tr
1 , To Name Strong Man
- 'have not been sterilized at a sufficient Mrs. Crosby, who has been called
s temperature. Similar steps are being,ems. royworkas men
e 'taken by some of the packers in the "the mother of New York women
Democrats," a white-haired, dignified
3 case oaf, minced olive'relislhes, in view*
matron of more than three score years
e 'of the fact that one death due to the -se is the widow of a judge-de-
: 'consuinption- of such a product has lared the 300 or more women dele-
' been reported. f gates would go to the convention with
Concerted Action Taken 'the determination to nominate a
"While econcerted action to remove strong man and put through a "con-
ripe olives packed in tin and processed structive" program.
at a low temperature has not been ' "It will be the greatest convention
taken by the packers, the' fact that ever held," she said, "because women
spoilage in tin has so consistently re- for the first time will have a voice in
suilted in making a 'swell' out of the it. I expect to see a bitter fight, par-
can constitutes a warning to the pur- ticularly over the question of majority
'chaser which is not, often disregarded, for unit rule. I can, of course, only
There is no reason to anticipate dan- .speak for myself, and what the wom-
ger froi properly, packed and proc- en may do when they enter the con-
essed ripe olives, whether they be hvention will depend largely upon the
packed in tin orglass 'containers." action they take in the preliminary
. l1caucuses. I believe an effort will be
made to put a plank In the platform
iiarine N e rver Saw> calling for a modification of the Vol-
. Istead Enforcement act and permitting
:a Z1 Co u tr, the manufacture and sale of light
twines and beer. I believe, however,
Peking, China, June 26.-The'only that everyone should be obedient to
United States marine in the world the law. I oppose anarchy and social-
' who has never seen the United States in.
is on duty at the American legation Women Sufferers
here. He is Private C. W. F. Chl'dvess, "All American women,"hhepcon
'who was born of American parents in; tinued, "are sufferers 'from the proft-
China. 'When he became of age a few eers. We must fight them, and I am
weeks ago he decided to join the sure we have ingenuity enough to de-
marines and enlisted at the legation. 'vise a way to defeat them and In other
Childress is a tall, good looking lad ways to bring down the cost of living.
who can speak the Chinese language Inequitable taxation undoubtedly will
like a native. His services as an in- come in for its share of attention at
terpreter are especially valuable to the San Francisco caucuses and the
the marines. Through association with Adea of Henry George of stopping speC-
his parents and other American resi- ulation in land and relieving both
dents of China he is thoroughly fworkers and( industry from some of
familiar with the traditions and cus- their burdens undoubtedly will be ad-
toms of the United States. He is look- vocated by women. The worst profit-
ing forward to the day when he will eer of all is the profiteer in houses
see the country whose flag he serves, and land. The 'unearned increment'
of land, the rental value, must be
150 TEXAS FARM BOYS WILL taken for public revenue, or the peo-
TOUR NORTH DURING AUGUST le will stagger under their taxes till
! they drop."
The woman leader declared that
Dallas, Texas, June -26.-One hun- th
dred and fifty Texas farm boys, aboartl of change in the political status
Ssr I ma e arof women next fall" there would come,
and an observation coa Pulla tr however, no violent change in govern-
and n oseratio cochwill ;tour mental'affairs. It would take womel
Michigan and visit Ann Arbor during
August. The special will be under the a long time to become practical poll-
direction 1of the TexasChamber'of ticians, she said, but they would be-
Commerce and the Texas A. & M. come such eventually. She said the
College. The ,boys aboard the train time would come when women would
will make the trip as prize awards for ill the most important offices within
winning contests in corn, grain, and the gift of the people, een to a wo-
cotton growing and stock raising. men president of the United States,
Many boys are competinrg for places Supreme Court justices and members
aboard the train, all expenses being of Congress.

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"THE BEST PART OF
SUMMER SCHOOL""

udice that
dives was
no fatali-
of them.
bn of the

Published every Tuesday, Thursd
and Saturday during Summer

School

NEWS. of THE

pro-
s ba-
New
., 0.,

CAMPUS

le to the
No fa-
to green

CITY

Hade

have
e bu-

l

d the packers
ialists to study
poisoning and
should be em-
her difficulty.
the trouble is
e of container

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o prevent the
during hand-
es when filled
cient temper-
ent period of
acticable, say
ize both glass
at a temper-
sure absolute

Dangerous
some packs of ripe
ass as well as some
tseasons were not
ta precaution now
ntial and were not
ficiently high tem-
of these goods in'
ible for the fatali-
le that of all the
market but an ex-
aber actually con-
tulinus. Of more
al packages collect-
in the bureau of
ht were found to
tulinus, and seven
the output of pne
from one batch of
ition to these eight,
mined examples of
responsible for the
also found bacillus;

They will leave Texas August 7 and
the special train will tour Oklahoma,
Kansas,- Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin,
Michigan, Indiana and Ohio before
visiting Canada. After the Canadian
trip they will visit many of the eastern
cities. Entertainment will be provided
for the boys while in Washington, D.
C. After leaving Washington they will
tour the southern states before return-
ing to Texas.
Y. M. C. A. FINDS SUMMER
JOBS FOR MANY STUDENTS
Summer positions' have been found!;
for all studentsiwho madebrequest toI
the University Y. M. C. A. for employ-
ment during the vacation 'period.'
Twenty men were sent to a lumber
camp in northern Minnesota, and they
will receive $250 and all expenses, in-
cluding transportation, for 60 days'
work.
Many students are employed in fac-
tories throughout the state. Others
found work inspecting and delivering
automobiles. A large number are
working in the Hoover factory, and
about 20 went to cereal factories in
Battle Creek. Others .are doing gen-
eral canvassing.
Wolverine Classified Ads bring re-
sults. Ads should be brought in by 21
o'clock before day to be run.1

LMusic School To
Have.lug, Summer
EyConsiderable work iA contemplated
by the School of Music officials for the
summer session. Classes ,for the reg-
ularly enrolled students will be con-
ducted, and in addition members of the
faculty will appear in weekly concerts,
given under the auspices of the Sum-
mer Session officials.
Advance registration gives evidence
that the attendance this summer will
be unusually heavy. Two classes of
students will be taken care of, those'
who intend to continue their regular
work {'and those advanced students,
who desire coaching for the summer
vacation.
The concerts to be given every Wed-
nesday evening in Hill auditorium, are
free to the public. Robert Dieterle,
baritone, Anthony J. Whitmire, violin,
and Harry M. Evans, organist, are the
artists to participate on the first pro-
gram.
The faculty in charge of the Summer
Session work is: Dr. Albert Stanley,
director; Mrs. George B. Rhead, piano-
forte department; Nora C. Hunt, vocal
department; Earl V. Moore, organ and
theory; Anthony J.aWhitmire, violin;
W ilfred Wilson, band- instruments;
Otto J. Stahl, piano and theory; Mrs.
Byrl F. Bacher, dean of women.

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