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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mlake Christmas
Last all Winter

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When you're out looking for your Winter
Oiercoat, just pay this store a visit. We don't
ask you to favor us, but we do insist that you'll
regret slighting us.
There isn't . a finer, smarter or complete
showing of Overcoats than ours in Town and
we'll show you prices that you can't beat any-
where.

iuy a supply
of Columbia
Double Disc
Records for
your Talking
Jiachine.

They make an ideal gift and play on any standard Disc Machine
Columbia Records are guaranteed to outlast any other, and cost
you less. 65c for 10 in. and $1.00 for standard 12 in.

Wadhams & Co's Corner
MAIN(STREET'

HEALTH -EXHIBIT
MLL OPEN TODAY
Creat Part of Exhibit Devoted to Tu-
bc-rculosis, Its Growth and
Effect.

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Be
Attractively
Dressed
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individually
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR F. MARQUARIT
Campus Tailor
516 East William St. Phone 1422-J

SHOW MODEL SEWERAGE PLANT
Coincident with the opening of the
State Grange association convention
today, the Michigan state board of
health will open an exhibit in room
222 of the new science building. This
exhibit is practically identical with
the one used on the state health car
which made a tour of the entire state
two years ago.
A great part of the exhibit is de-
voted to the subject of tuberculosis.
The various ways of contraction, re-
striction and prevention are cearly
pointed out. Statistics show that the
death rate from tuberculosis is one
every two and one-half minutes. The
exhibit contains a register which will
be set at zero, and the number of
deaths occurring during the three
days it is here will be registered.

and the remains will be taken to
Jackson for interment.
NEWS FROM THE POLICE COURT
Resident Found With too Much ope
John Baker, aged 32, was arrested
by three deputies of the sheriff's
office and Constable Shankland Sat-
urday night, at the corn°~ of Cather-
ine and Main streets.
The sheriff's office was notified
and found Baker in an apparently in-
toxicated condition, but when they at-
tempted to arrest him he fought and
bit like a tiger, screaming and yell-
ing at the top of his voice. The offi-
cers fhially managed to get him un-
der control and put him in the coun-
ty jail. It was afterwards found that
he was sufferingr from an overdose
of dope, and that herhad obtained the
drug in Detroit.
He was brought before Judge W.
G. Doty yesterday morning and sen-
tenced to serve 90 days in the county
jail.

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LUNCHES, CANDIES HOT SUNDAES
AT THE
SUGAR BOWL
109 SOUTH MAIN STREET
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS

LOOK FOR THE NOTES-

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Allmendinger Music Shop
122 E. Liberty Street

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FRONT FITS CRAVAT KNOT
PERFECTLY. 2 for 25c
CLUEYT, PEABODY & CO.. IVC., MAKERS

Our Xmas Suggestion

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HRISTMAS shopping
cares can be delight-
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till 9:00 p.m.

SENATE REPUBLICANS WILL
NOT OPPOSE DEFENSE MEASURE
Washington, Dec. 13.-President Wil-
son was assured yesterday by Senator
Gallinger, Republican leader of the
Senate, that the minority party in the
upper house will offer no partisan op-
position to the national defense pro-
gram. The only condition placed on
this assurance by Mr. Gallinger was
that the President himself should re-
frain from submitting the program to
the party caucus, this giving it a party
pose of the House Republicans in re-
gard to the national defense program.
aspect. The President assured Mr.
Gallinger that he had no thought of
making a party gain from the measure.
Today the President will see Mi-
nority Leader Mann, of the House,
with the view of ascertaining the pur-
CONGRESSMEN IGNORE REQUEST
OF WILSON TO OMIT PRESENTS

. The exhibit contains a model of a
sewage disposal plant for a single
house, showing the methods of puri-
fying the sewage before it enters the
ground. This method prevents a con-
tamination and the spread of disease
germs. Next to this is located a
chart showing the various phases of
the fly campaign. In this exhibit, a
model entitled "The Fly's Air Line"'
stands out prominently.
A model representing actual con-
ditions in this state is shown to show
the spread of typhoid fever through
the medium of streams. Two cases
of typhoid fever in a river camp where
no sanitary precautions are taken
cause the growth of the disease until
it becomes an epidemic in a commun-
ity some miles distant.
Two illusions will be shown, one*
that of a perfectly healthy human be-
ing turning into a skeleton in a half
a minute, due to the ravages of the
tubercular germ, and the other show-
ing the spread of disease through the1
medium of the drinking cup in the
hands of a hobo.
The exhibit, which will last three
days, is in charge of Mr. F. J. Pienta
of the state health board.I

Three Arraigned on Drunk Charges
Fred Carter and Joe Murphy were
arraigned before Judge Thomas yes-
terday morning on a charge of va-
grancy and drunkenness. They had
been picked up by Patrolman Howard
Saturday afternoon and placed in thE
city jail to sober up. They admitted
that they had come to the city on a
freight train. They were given sus-
pended sentences and told to get out
of the city.
Jack Haven, 54, was arraigned be-
fore Judge Thomas yesterday morn-
ing and was sentenced to serve 3C
days in the county jail on the charge
of drunkenness.

A Face Massage

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ECONOMIST EXPLAINS
LUCIDLY NATURE OF
ANGLO-FRENCH LOAN
(Continued from Page Four.)
of our bankers that so unusual a ven-
ture should assume more modest pro-
portions. A contract was finally
drawn up with a syndicate composed
of bankers representing sixty-nine
cities of the United States, in accord-
ance with which the syndicate took
over thetentire issue at 96 centson
the dollar, a price which will net the
two governments $480,000,000. The
bonds bear interest at five per cent,
payable in United States gold coin at
New York, and are repayable on Oc-
tober 15, 1920. Holders of bonds,
however, have the privilege of con-
verting their holdings into four and
a half per cent long term bonds guar-

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Rings
Pendants
Bracelets

Brooches
Bar Pins
Stick Pins
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Prof. David Friday Speaks at Adrian
Prof. David Friday, of the Econom-
ics department, will speak at Adrian
this evening on the, subject, "Social-
ism: the Case For and Against."
Professor Friday will deliver this
extension lecture in the high school
auditorium, under the auspices of
Adrian High school.
Ijusiness Opportunity
Jast right for two students. $4,000
takes established business clearing
over $200 per month. If you mean
business, write Michigan Daily, Box
,hirts made to order.-G. H. W1i.
4Conpany. State St. Tailors.

Washington, Dec. 13.-Very little at-
tention has been paid to President
Wilson's request that presents be
omitted on the occasion of his mar-
riage to Mrs. Norman Galt a week
from next Saturday.
Representatives Henry D. Flood and
C. C. Carlin, of the Virginia delega-
tion in Congress, originated the idea
of . buying the future mistress of the
White House, a present, and have al-
ready collected over $300.
No announcement of the plans of the
New Jersey delegation has been made,
but they are working quietly and it is
known that they intend to give the
President a handsome gift.

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CITY NEWS'
Farmer Has Both Arms Amputated
While husking corn on the farm of
George H. Wooley, William Kinney,
age 42, of Ypsilanti, had both arms
amputated by the machine last Sat-
urday morning.
Kinney had just started work un-
der the foreman, Frank Turner, when
his arms became entangled in the ma-
chinery and before the engine could
be stopped, both members had been
completly severed from hisbody.
Reports frow the hospital today
say that while Kinney is very weak
from the loss of blood, he is expected
to recover from his wounds.
One of Oldest Residents Dies
Jacob Frank, 543 Detroit street,
passed away Sunday at his home. He
was 73 years of age and had been a
resident of this city for the past 61
years. He had been employed by the
Ann Arbor Organ company, in the ca-
pacity of cabinet builder.
The funeral will be conducted at 8
o'clock this morning from the resi-
dence, Rev. G. A. Neuman officiating,

anteed by the two governments. The
members of the syndicate have offered
the loan to the public at 98 and in-
terest, after reserving half of the
bonds for their own use. When the
loan came up for ratification in the
English and French parliaments, con-
siderable criticism was offered on
the grounds that the terms of the
loan were too harsh. It was pointed
out that the interest charge amounted
to almost six per cent on the amount
actually received, whereas the bond
issues of neither government for
thirty years preceding the war had
yielded much over half that amount.
However, both bodies finally ratified
the arrangement by unanimous votes.
In spite of the fact that the bonds
are guaranteed by both nations and
constitute a first lien upon all prop-
erty in the United Kingdom and the
French Republic, and notwithstanding
the unusual yield of 5.45 per cent,
the investing public has displayed
little enthusiasm over them. As a
consequence they continue to be sold
on the stock exchange for less than
98, the price specified in the agree-
ment. In the opinion of the writer,
the lack of enthusiasm over the issue
is due more to the fact that the Amer-

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Cuff Buttons
Leather Goods and Novelties
Parisian Ivory
Michigan Rings and Jewelry

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HALLER JEW*ELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Three fine office rooms,
suitable for a doctor or dentist; all
piped and wired; guaranteed steam
heat. 1713-MOR, 1661-J. J. K. Mal-
<,lm.D aylatf
FQR ME -NT-A single room on.second
floor at 325 East Jefferson. Phone
1316-R. dec14,15,16
LOST
;LOST-Gold hoop ear-ring between
Washtenaw and Hill street, and Wil-
liam and State streets. Please re-
turn to Watkins, 1485-M, and receive

LOST.

LOST-Embryology notes, between
Church street and New Science bldg.
Please phone 18. T. W. Adams.
. _ _ _dec14,15,16
LOST-Pair of glasses on Thursday
afternoon. Finder please leave at
Daily office or call 605-W. dec12,14
WANTED.
WANTED-Law student who wishes
to use spare time in an office for
experience. Must operate type-
writer. Frank & Jones. Phone 472-
M.

Christmas is Near

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ican investor is unaccustomed to
dealing in foreign securities than to
any fear that the two governments
will be unable to meet their obliga-
tion. The statement has been made
by one authority on bonds that no is-
sue ever made has excelled the An-
glo-French loan in the value of the
security behind it. Furthermore, the
same authority ventures the predic-
ion that a considerable time before
^aturity the bonds will have gone to
1 premium. It must be admitted,
however, that there is a speculative
element present, otherwise the bonds
of two wealthy nations, secured in an
extraordinary way and bearing al-
most double the usual rate of interest,
would not be selling for less than
par.
The announcement of the loan

caused exchange to rise temporarily,
but it soon fell to former figures. Now
that the proceeds of the loan are ac-
tually available and large additional
loans are being floated by English and
French bankers, exchange rates have
become stronger, but the disparity be-
tween the claims of the allies upon
the United States and our claims up-
on them grows greater every day and
it is only a question of a short time
until the governments affected will
seek to place other large loans here.
The opinion is quite generally held
that a deposit of American securities
as collateral will be necessary to the
success of, future bond issues sold in
this country by belligerent nations.

The Popular "Ukulele" woud make a splendid Present for
aryone who loves good music
It is a facsimile of the Spanish Guitar. No music in all the world
has gained such rapid and favorable popularity.
We are State Agents for the.genuine Nunes & Sons' Instrument.
Competent Instructors

reward.

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-Overcoat, taken from library,
iday afternoon. Party making
take please call 1920-J. dec14

WANTED-Typewriting of all kinds.
Let us typewrite your thesis. Even-
son & Hyde, the Student Firm. Op-
posite Huston's, upstairs.
dec10-11-12-1415

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CRINNELL BROS.

116 S. Main St. Phone 1707

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We set glass. C.. H.
Phone 237.

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