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FOR CHINESE CONFERENCE I(PLAN INADEQUATE
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Bazaar a Feature (Continued from Page 1)
The Chinese bazaar will be one of priations committee. Each committee
the features of the Conference and makes its report without a clear idea
special efforts are being made to make of the relation between its recommend-
it a success. A great amount of Chi- ations and the total expenses of the
nese art, embroidery, porcelain, and government. There is no machinery
many different kinds of articles have to bring the committee heads together
been ordered., This work is in charge to make a balance between appropria-
of S. C. _Wong, chairman, and Miss T. tions and revenues.
L. Li, '23M, of the bazaar committee. Auditing has been honest and fairly
The exhibitIbn will last three days, efficient,. Prof. Hayden stated, but the
beginning September 4. various departments have no uniform
The Mid-West section of the Prohi- system of accounting, which gives rise
bition League of the Chinese Students to confusion.
of America will hold its, annual bust-'1 Bill Pro'vides Budget,
ness meetings and election of officers The efforts of the last Congress to
for the following year during the con- secure budge reform were discussed.
ference. The time of this meeting has The proposed bill provided for a bud-
been arranged so that it will have no get of estimated expenses for all de-
conflict with the Conferenceactivities. partments except Congress and the su-
The League has contributed two silver prem'e court to be submitted by the
cups to the Conference for the best two President to Congress each year. Fur-
ora'tors, whose orations must be of a ther provision was made for submit-
nature concerning the prohibition ting estimates on revenue income from
movement. existing laws, or h w much might be
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mum, an equal annual increment as a
recognition of successful teachingdex-
perience, and proportionately larger
salaries for teaches who have more
college or university training than
Prof. Karpinski presented charts
prepared from the statistics of the.
Bureau of Labor snowing reiative i
creases intthe cost of living. Fr
19*00 to 1914 there 'was a steady ri
in prices amounting to 50 per cent,
compared with a rise of 120 per ce
in the last six years.
Families with an expense of le
than $2,500 annually spend 43p
cent for food, 13 per cent for clothir
I8 per cent for rent, 6 per cent f
fuel and light and the remainder
entertainments, doctor bills, and m
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iR.AUS TO GO TO WISCONSIN_
BEFORE RETURNING FROM TRIP
Prof. E. H. Krauv, who will leave
Sunday night for a week's visit to
Camp Davis and the biological station
at Douglas lake, will then go to the
University of Wisconsin, from where
he will return the evening of Aug. 6.
REV. DOUGL S WILL SPEAK ON
OUIJA BOARD AT SERVICES
"TheOuija Board" will be the sub-
ject on w'bich the Rev. Lloyd C. Doug-
las will speak at the Union services
Sunday ev'ening. The services will be
conducted ;t 7:30 o'clock Sunday night
on the steps of the University library.:
KIMBALL IN CITY BEFORE
COMMENCING WORK ON NEWS
Kendrick Kimbal, '20, assistant edi-
tpr of the Gargoyle and former humor
editor o, The Daily, was in the ciy
today, previous to his leaving for De-
troit, where he will begin rork as a
reporter on the Detroit News.
expected if revenue laws were ohanged.
A idget bureau, headed by the sec-
retary of the treasury and a director
of the budget, was provided by the
bill. It was empowered to recommend
revisioh in the amounts and purposes
for which estimates were made by the
bureaus. It was hoped that the budget
bureau would bring about a more in-
telligent organization of the various
departments and prevent overlapping,
duplication and waste. The account-
ing departmenV was to be provided
with a controller general of auditors,
appointed by the President but. subject
to removali only by the authority of
Congress. For this rea'son President'
Wilson vetoed the bill on the grounds
At least one reform in this direction
was effected by the last Congress, Prof.'
Hayden said. A resolution was passed,
concentrating the power of appropria-
tions in one committee of 35 member,.
\ 1uroni St., beloly State
JOHN MASON WELLS,
Morning Service at 10:30
Fourth in Series of Expository
"The Meaning and the Message
12:00 M.-Guild class for Sum-
mer Students conducted by
'Dr. Howard R. Chapman.
Qibstions and Free Exchange of,
REV. HENRY TATLOCK, D.D.,
REV. CHARLES T. WEBB,
7:35 a.m.-Holy Communion.
rting SUN DAY,
9:30 a.m.-Church School.
, 10:30 a.m.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon by Rev. Webb.
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REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER,
10:30 A. M.-Morning Service.
Dr. C. H. Haas, head of the
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Minor, will speak. '
12:00 M.-Bible School. Student
Class under direction of Dr.
Stalker. Study of Amos.
6:30 P. M.-Young Peopla's De-
7:0 P.Al.--Union Service on the
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Wallick, Pastor of
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REV. SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Pastor
Morning Service 10:30
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service, by a question-period open to all.
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To-morrow morning, at ten-thirty, in the
Congregational Church, Mr. Douglas, will
deliver the fourth address of his series
The topic will be, "What a Child Should
be Vaught About the Uses of Adversity."
These addresses are intended for persons
who are professionally or otherwise ihter-
ested in the mental and moral develop-
menit of children.
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