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eld by a Republican, and
s had been elected to
Id by Democrats.
at hand the house fig-
epublicans, 229; Demo-
ocialists, 1; doubtful, 9.
218. In the senate the
ed Republicans, 47; Dem-
al overturning, which
he Democrats control of
oreshadows upheaval in
lative affairs. Represen-
of Illinois, the Republi-
ould, on the basis of his
the logical candidate of
for the speakership, and
-e Kitchin, of North Car-
e Democratic floor lead-
cted, will be supplanted
ative Joseph W. Fordney,
one of the old Republi-
orses, upon whom will
portant part with carry-
the treasurer's depart-

ment, the government's financial pro-
gram for the remainder of the war.
Claim Senate for Democrats
Homer S. Cummings, acting chair-
man of the Democratic national com-
mittee, in a statement tonight, said,
"the Democrats will hold the senate
and organize the house," and added
that "the attempts of the leaders of
the Republican organization to engi-
neer a rebuke to the President had
failed."
"An estimate of the popular votes
throughout the country, together with
the great victory in Massachusetts,
New York, and Ohio, indicate popular
approval of the policies of the ad-
ministration," the statement said.
St. Louis, Nov. 6.-Complete returns
indicated that Speaker Clark was re-
elected by a plurality of 2,400 votes,
an increase of 250 as compared with
his election in 1916.
Ohio Joins Dry List
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 6.-Ohio yes-
terday entered the fast growing col-
umn of states where intoxicating li-
quors cannot be sold or purchased.
With slightly less than 200 pre-
cincts out, almost all of which are lo-

cated in territory which has hereto-
fore been dry, the Prohibitionists
have assumed a lead of 5,515, and
their leaders predict that the final
majority will be near the 15,000
mark. With a little over 350 pre-
cincts missing, Governor Cox, Demo-
crat, has established a lead of 18,768
over his Republican opponent, Frank
B. Willis, and the latter has conced-
ed his opponent's election.
The Ohio delegation in congress will
consist of 14 Republicans and 8 Dem-
ocrats, whereas 13 Democrats and 9
Republicans were elected.
U. of M. Restaurant Has Small Fire
.The city fire department was called
to the U. of M. restaurant, 620 East
Liberty street, at 12:30 o'clock Wed-
nesday noon, where a small fire had
spread from the coal range in the
kitchen. The blaze was quickly ex-
tinguished by chemicals, leaving a
hole in the floor. The damages
amounted to about $50.

BRITISH MISSION
REVIEWS TROOPS
(Continued from Page One) 9
on education and special training, andy
Dr. W. Carson Ryan, representative
of the United States bureau of edu-
cation.
8,000 Men Reviewed
More than 3,000 men, comprising
both sections of the S. A. T. C. and
the naval unit, except those on duty,
took part in the review before the
exercises began.
Faculty members and the mission
met in University hall and from there
passed through the double line of a
military and naval escort lined up
along the walks to Alumni Memorial
hall. There they grouped themselves-
on the steps leading into thi building
and reviewed the prooession.
Order of. Marah
A color guard with the American
flag and the union jack, headed 'the
column and was followed by the regi-
mental offioers and the S. 4. T. C.
band. Section A men came next in
line followed by the mechanics and
the signal corps. These were follow-
ed by Section A men and mechanics
not yet in uniform. The naval unit'
band headed the second section of the
column comprised of the navy men.
Some idea of the length~ of the parade
may be obtained from the fact that it
took 25 minutes for the entire regi-
ment to pass a given point along the
line of march. Seventeen companies
of about 150 men each took part in#
the infantry section and four coam-k:
panies of from 120 to 150 men each in
the naval section.
The S. A. T. C. band halted in front
of the Union and aftpr the men had
passed in review, played "God Save
the King," "The Star Spangled Ban-
ner" and the naval baud occasioned
much favorable comment as they
swung up the street to the strains Of
"Varsity."
Daily want ada bring results.

ANN ARBORITES MAY
ONCE MORE BY THIS

With a decided improvement of the
influenza epidemic, Dr. J. A. Wessing-
ar believes the disease is practically
conquered in this city. He says the
nature of it is cyclonic and it goes
as quickly as it comes. No deaths
or new cases of pneuinonia have been
reported in the last two days and only

the people of Ann Arbor may confid-
ently expect a lifting of the ban this
week-end, but this will not be ex-
actly announced until later. All
churches, theaters and public places
are being fumigated and renovated to
assure the public of absolute safety
in attending them when the ban is
finally lifted.

A large collection of Medici Prints
on exhibition for ten days at DeFrie's
Art Store. 223 So. Main St.-Adv.
Always-Daily service-Always.

Marching Shoes For Army And Navy
TN BLACK
FOR FOR
THE THE
ARMY NAVY
Just received another large shipment of this wonderful
fittingla"" which we especially recommend for Army
and'Navy men..
A shoe of generous width, allowing plenty of space for the ball
of the foot. That permits the foot to spread freely when walking,
and In this sightly toe every little member of the foot has smple room
to work In comfort.
PRICE $7.00 TO $9.00
Complete ran-e of sizes.
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. Main St.
I. J. HOFFSTBTTER, Prop. FITTING BY APPOINTMENT

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there's a wonderfully complete stock of everything.

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