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Y WITH REQUEST TO I
K INFLUENZA MASKS
t made to the students
aembers for the return of
s being only fairly well
h. The boxes that were
main walks of the cam-
no means being filled.
ty health physician says
of the masks returned is
red to the number which
it. A large amount is ex-
and if the students look
vhen they enter the cam-
ptacles in which to throw
ay be.seen.
ge or reclaiming is one

of the many goods brought about by
the war. Times are such that noth-
ing should be wasted. The return of
the masks is of as much importance
as that salvaging carried on in a
larger scale. The boxes on the cam-
pus will probably be taken away to-
morrow.
Fire at Power Plant Under Control
The coal fire at the University pow-
er plont is practically out. Monday
the working force was reduced to two
teams and today it is expected that
one team and the use of the high
pressure water hose will finally ex-
tinguish it.

filitary Service Kits
y Men You'll Need These Cases
khaki and leather with adjustable straps to

old shaving material and other toilet articles.

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THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
202-204 East Liberty Street

NEWBERRY DEFEATS FORD;_
WOMAN SUFFRAGE WINS'
(Continued from Page One)
Kentucky, Maryland, Pennsylvania,
and Kansas, but so closely was a
Democratic. defeat in one district neu-
tralized by a Republican defeat in an-
other that the net results were very
close.
The Democratic leaders in con-
gress, Senator Simmons, of North
Carolina, and Representative Kitchin,
of North Carolina, were re-elected, as
were the house Republican leaders,
Representative Mann, of Illinois, and
the acting Republican leader, Repre-
sentative Gillette, of Massachusetts.
Former speaker Cannon was re-elect-
ed, to what will be his twenty-second
term in congress, a record of service
interrupted by only two defeats.
Mayor London, the only Socialist in
the house of representatives, was de-
feated by Representative Henry Gold-
foldgo, a Democrat, running by Re-
publican support, but the Socialists
Victor Berger of Wisconsin, a, former
member of the house now under in-
dictment on charges of violating the
espionage act.
Other Socialist candidates were de-
feated, among them Morris Hillquilt,
candidate for mayor of New York a
year ago.
Congress Control Undecided
Senatorial returns at midnight
showed Representative Medill McCor-
mick, of Illinois, Republican, running
ahead of Senator James Hamilton
Lewis, Democrat and Henry Ford.
Congressional returns at midnight
were too incomplete to indicate wheth-
er the complexion of the next con-
gress would be changed.
Newberry Increases Lead
Detroit, Nov. 5.-Tlie election of a
Republican senator for the senate is
declared assured by State Chairman
Mangum. Newberry's lead increases
as returns from precincts outside of
Detroit are counted. With the excep-
tion of the city of Flint, Newberry ap-
pears to have carried all the industrial
centers, except Detroit, where the vote
has not been counted. Republicans
claim the majority of 40,000.
Gove. Albert K. Sleeper, of the Re-
publican state ticket, seems to have
been re-elected by a large majority on
the face of available returns. Incom-
plete returns seem to indicate the ro-

Early returns show a majority in'
favor of the suffrage amendment. If
the present ratio is maintained it may
be adopted by a 10,000 majority. Re-
turns from 26 counties give 7,077
votes for suffrage, and 5,421 against.
election of the 11 Republican con-
gressmen. In the second district,
Samuel W. Beakes, Democrat, is be-
hind Earl C. Michener, Republican.
Suffrage Appears Sure
. Incomplete returns from the sev-
enth congressional district indicate
the re-election of Representative
Louis C. Cramton, Republican, by a
large majority. Representative Pat-
rick H. Kelly, of Lansing, Republi-
can, had no Democratic opposition and
his election is assured.
Ferdney Leads Over Purcell
Representative Joseph W. Fordney,
of Saginaw, was holding a command-
ing lead over Miles J. Purcell, Dem-
SPECIAL NOTICE TO iEM-
lBERS OF THE SEVERAL
FACULTIES
All regular University work
will be suspended at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon when
the members of the several fac-
ulties will assemble in Univer-
sity hall where they will prepare
to attend the exercises to be
given at the Alumni Memorial
hall in recognition of the visit
of the British educational miss-
ion. Wives of the members of
the faculties are requested to at-
tend, entering at the south door
of the Memorial building. Ac-
ademic costume will be worn and
for those who wish it, academic
dress is provided by the Univer-
sity. Arrangements for this dress.
should be made at the store of
George J. Moe, 711 North Uni-
versity avenue.
HARRY B. HUTCHINS,
President.

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Co.
We do Extra Good Kodak 2
Finishing.
Bring your films and see
what good work we can do.
You may leave them at
either of our ftores.
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324 So. State St.
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1123 So. University Ave.
711 Church St. w
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ocrat, in the eighth congres

ial

trict-
Prohibition in Ohio counted 32,305
for, and 37,725 against in 465 pro-
cincts.
Governor Cox was maintaining a
lead over his opponents.
MORE WOMEN NEEDED TO HELP
RED CROSS MAKE DRESSINGS
The surgical dressing. department
of the Red Cross, having headquarters

appeal for the aid of University wo-
men. They have given so much of
their time to the making of influenza
masks and other supplies for combat-
ing that disease, that their own month-
ly quota has been neglected. There
are 3,000 packs and 4,000 drains to be
made before the 15th of this month.
These are for shipment overseas. The
headquarters at Angell house are open
from 9 to 5 o'clock every day but Sat-
urday.

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istinctive Models

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Leather Coats

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rge variety of Sheep Lined
s with Wombat and Blended

: Collars

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Ii SAVE THE PIECES! Broken .Eye Glass- Lenses.

(ADHAMS & CO.
STATE STREET STORE

ground in our own shop, same day. Try our service.
Eyes examined.

HALLER

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FULLER

STATE ST
JEWELI

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Don't forget to buy Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps.
The sale of War Savings and Thrift Stamps was lower in October
than in any recent month.
Now that the Liberty Loan campaign has come to a close, it is the
duty of every student and citizen to invest to the limit in War
Savings Stamps.

BUY

TILL

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HURTS!

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