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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAE IXTH MCHGADIL

WALAKOVER--WOMNFOR
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No. 1786 Price $5.00
White Reignskin Cloth
White Ivory Sole and Heel

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Few
Snappy
Spring L
Styles No. 1973 Price $3.501
White Reiguskin Cloth
White Ivory Sole and Heel

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although we have been offered
$50 per Pound for Elon Developer
which we could get along without, but which gives better results for
AMATEUR FINISHING
we refused the offer because we are determined to give to you, Mr.
Amateur,the best results obtainable.
THE WONDER IS that we do not charge any more than the other
fellow who uses a make-shift developer. We foresaw this condition and
"safety first", we believed in PREPAREDNESS.
THE RESULT IS: When you want Peace Time Finishing in War
Tines Go to L Y1N D O N

DELTA

CAFE

-Art is long, Life is S hor /"

Special Attention
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May Festival Guests

Did you ever hear of a misfit Walk-Over?
This means competent fitting.
WALK-OVER BO OT SHOP
115 S. MAIN ST.
Develops Films and Plates and
makes prints for anyone. Unsurpassed
S _ _ _ results Same careful attention to small
films and prints asilarge ones. Mail
713 E. University orders given prompt attention.
Whinup~y 1huaru 3 ays
Beginning Thursday Matinee, May 11
TWICE DAILY
D. W. GRIFFITH'S STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION
18,000 5,000
People Scenes
3,000 Cost
Horses $500,000
Last chance to see this Wonderful Production
PRICES: Mat.; 25c-$1.00 Night, 50c-$2.00

PATENT MEDIGNES ARE
GREATESTFRAUD"KNOWN'
Dr. Marshall Tells Health Service
Representatives How Many
Fakes Are Sold!
"Patent Mdicines are the greatest
fraud perpetrated on the American
public today," said Dr. Mark Marshali
last night in his talk before the health
service representatives in the anmph.-
theater of the Medical building. "In
fact, over $100.00,000 was spent fo
them in the year 191; alone."
"The Pure Food and Drug Act of
1906 did more than anything else to
do away with the sale of habit form-
ing drugs and alcohol in the form of
patent medicines. That this bill was
passed was due almost entirely to the
influence of a series of articles ap-
pearing in Collier's Weekly, by Dr.
S. H. Adams. The f-arrison law, under
which an account must be given for
the sale of every ounce of habit form-
ing drug, has also aided infinitely in
checking the illicit sale of these
drugs," continued Dr. Marshall.
The various means of adve tisin
through the daily papers and ways of
evading fraudulent statements was
well brought out. Ignorance and su-
perstition appealed to through adver-
tisements in papers are the two causes
for the remarkable sale of patent med-
icines. Dr. Marshall cited numerous
examples, one of the most interesting
of these being "Sanatogen" which has
the endorsement of more than 21,000
doctors, but which, according to Dr
Marshall, is made from the residue of
sour milk and has no medical prop-
erties excepting a slight food value.
Due to the. passage of the Fraud
Act, advertising in the papers has be-
come more guarded, since it makes the
advertiscr liable to arrest on the
charge of getting money illicitly thru
the mails. Advertising is the great-
est item in the sale of these medi-
cines, nearly $40,.00.000 being spent
annually for this purpose.
REPORT SEVERAL )IEXICANS
hILLED IN BORDER FIGHTS;
WILSON CALLS OUT TROOPS
FROM THREE STATES
(Continued from Page One)
can territory from further attack.
Although strong hope is still ex-
pressed by administration officials that
the situation may yet be composed
without a clash with the Carranza
forces, concern is manifested in Con-
fressional circles over consular re-
ports from Mexico City indicating a
concentratin of Carranza forces in
the central part of northern Mexiei
Report Tentative Draft Accepted
The hope of the administration was
partly justified this afternoon by a
report from Special Agent Ames Lynn
Rodgers at Mexico City that General
Carranza has approved the original
tentative draft of the Scott-Obregon
agreement already approved by Presi-
dent Wilson. Officials here hoped to-
night that this would be followed by
a similar report late tonight to Gen-
eral Scott.
Announcement of the calling out of
the national guard forces of the three
border states was made by Secretary
Laer this morning. He said:
"'The outbreak in the Big Bend dis-
trict of the Rio Grande has so far fur-
ther emphasized the danger of similar
ocurrences along our long border
that the President has called out the
ililia of Arizona, New Mexico, and
Texas, and directed them to report to
+ encAral Funston, who will assign them

stations along the border for patrol
duly.
Send Three Infantry Regiments
Tn addition to that three additional
regiments of regular infantry have
been directed to proceed to the border
a:id such further arrangements will
be maade as are necessary for the com-
plete security of the people of the
United States against raids of this
Mud.'.'
The militia and regular army forces
callel into the service will give Gen-
eral Funston a total additional force
ot approximately 8,000 men including
tile regular infantry regiments, total-
ling about 3,000 men, and the militia
organizations aggregating 4,969 men.
Although Secretary Baker insisted
toiaight that there was in contempla-
tion no additional calls on the nation-
al guard, the division of militia af-

Matinees
Tues., Th. Sat.

GARRICK Week of
ay8
DETRtOIT

"KIC K-IN"
Orpheum Theatre
The Horne of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matiuees, 2:00, 3:15 Even ing, 6:45, 8:00
9:15 Saturdays- Holidays Continuous
Wed-- 1o-- Marguerite Clark in "The
Crucible." Rebooked.
Thurs.-Fr.-11-12- Iustin Farnum in
Ben Blair
Sat.-ic-Bessie Barriscalein "The Last
Act" (Triangle Comedy). c

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Special Music Every Day
During Festival Week.

ATTENTION!

AMATEURS!

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You will always be assured of bright,
clear pictures if you have your develop-
ing and finishing done by
DAINES & NICKELS

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Shows at 3:oo, 6:30 8:oo, 9:30
Wed.-xo-Robert Warwick in "Human
Driftwood," and Bud Fisher Mutt and
Jeff Cartoon..,

The' Sign ot Satistaction

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Thurs. - ii1-Hamilton Revelle in "The
Price of Malice" andDrew Comedy.
Fr.-I2-Mabel Tallaferro in "The Snow-
l ird;' andDrew Comedy.
Spring Hats Ready
IFAT I rlt\I' THE LATST '
We have a large stocik 1; all the nw shapes
2ad Coloars. G='.t yVa: spr ag h(1' :t a:a. 'We
m~ake hats Lsh~e1'th,10111to Ym. r ead ami igive
MEN: Four 'lt ast s.: ~o n'slhat reiocked in
to ithe new flat brin l ih a 11ew-hand, Neill
please uandaved saev $2 o
AIiE 1> :L We 1 aekMilan. WoKps,
Pan:atas, etr.. ino a :. new shapes. Tkhey
'Ahl0la 0
gill please yon.
FACTORY HAT STORE
Nar Alenel 1o: 118 1E. IIuroii St.
I3-7 and :3P.M.

The
New Styles
First'

We Fit
You
Right

119 E. Liberty Street

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CANOEING PARTIES
will find our Paper Lunch Cloths
and Paper Lunch Sets very service-
able and inexpensive.

KYER & WHITKER
114-116 East Washington Street

Wed., M a y 10 - William
Faversham's Great PIay
"T HE HAVOC," with
Gladya Hanson.
May 11, 12, 13, 14-"THE
NE'ER-DO-WELL," with an
all star ast.

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p.
THE FAMOUS
Cox Sons and Vining
CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
for all College Degrees
may be ordered now from
fi re at the gar department has in
hand all the data necessary for the
mobilization of the remaining militia
organizations.
l ed Fifth Official Conference
El Paso, May 9.-General Hugh L.
Scott and General Obregon held their
fifth official conference at five o'clock
this afternoon on the Mexican situa-
tion, General Obregon coming to the
American side of the line, going di-
rectly to General Scott's private car.
Only Generals Scott, Funston and
Obregon and Senor Amador, secretary
of Mexican foreign relations, attend-
ed. T. J. McQuatters, against whose
presence in the-conference the Mexi-
can gencrals today protested, and the
secretary to Mr. McQuatters, who has
been acting as secretary of the meet-
ing, were present for only a few mo-
ments, then retired, the presumption
being that the objection of General
Obregon was sustained by General
Scott.

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The Liner in Sunday
MICHIGAN DAILY regarding dancing at
Boat House that night was run by mistake.
No dances are held there Sunday.

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AtDl FACULTY COMPANY
TO OFFICERS' CORPS
(Continued from Page One)
as Mr. Wilson's assistants. Among
them, the following have been espe-
cially active: U. S. G. Cherry, F. H.
Atlee, J. D. Lowry# Tom Toby, M. D.
Anderson, E. Montelius, G. J. Hernon,
and L. F. Dieterich.
The remainder of the uniforms have
arrived at Moe's, and it is expected
that every member will have his
equipment this evening. At the close
of the season it is planned to hold a
competitive drill between the, two com-
panies.
Examinations for the posts of offi-
cers for next year will be held either
on Saturday, May 27, or on Decoration
day.
Important
The Suitor-Understand, I can sup-
port your daughter in the style to
.which she is accustomed.
Her Father-Yes, but what alimony
can you pay when you marry again?
-Judge. ~

C'eneral Birdwood Commands Troops
London, May 9.-The Australian and
New Zealand troops who have taken
over a portion of the fighting line of
the French-British front in France are
under the command of General Wil-
liam Riddel Birdwood, who was the
leader of the Colonials in the Gallipoli
campaign. The last detachment of
the Australians left Alexandria on
March 31, and were transported across
the Mediterranean to prepare the
base at Marseilles and Havre without
mishap.
4"Shy" oln Money
"He done went an' beat me 'gin,
an' jes' fo' nothin', too!"
"Again!" cried Mrs. Smith, with in-
creasing wonder. "Is he in the habit
of beating you? Why don't you have
him arrested?"
"Been thinkin' ob it several times,
missy," was the rejoinder of Dinah,
"but I hain't neber had no money to
pay his fine."-Atlanta Journal.

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