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ON PATENT CAW

"Patent Law," by Prof. John Bark-
er Waite, of the Law school, has just
come from the Princeton university
press and is on sale to the public. The
book contains 316 pages.
Asked for his opinion of the book,
Dean Henry M. Bates, of the Law
school, said: "Though I am not an
expert in the field of patent law, I
do not hesitate to say that I believe
Professor Waite has made a critical"
and origina1 contribution of real
value
"He has not hesitated to express his
own opinion upon the principles of
his subject and the decisions of the
courts; his treatment is thorough,
thoughtful and philosophical, rather
than dogmatic or 'exhaustive,' in the
sense of citing a mass of cumulative
cases. The author has covered his
subject remarkably well."
The book covers the substantive
law of patents, their nature, validity,
and effect. It also treats with the
characteristics of the law of patents
relating to their value as property.
"I hope and believe that the publi-
cation of this book by one of our
own faculty, will stimulate a wider
study of its subject matter in this
school," said Dean Bates in giving
his own attitude toward the book.
'Read The Daily for Campus New
Mant R:yLd, typed, and
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Submit Manpsor!pts,
MIFlLER'S LITERARY AGFCVY.
311 ReistagIer Ave, Dayton, b1p.

City News
Mrs. Jennie Morton was found not
guilty of the murder on Oct. 21 of
Mrs. Lulu Cadwell, both colored, by
a jury in the circuit court, Wednes-
day evening.
The work of putting in the 11 new
trunk wires in the local office of the
Postal Telegraph company will be
completed in two or three days, ac-
cording to George Pierce, the local
manager. It will goon be possible to
connect up the local trunk lines with
the long distance system of the Bell
system, thus making it possible to
talk to any city of any size in the Un-
ited' States direct. At the present
time, direct connection can be had
through the Postal with New York,
Boston, Montreal, Chicago, Salt Lake
City, Duluth, ,Winnipeg, St. Louis,
New Orleans, and with San Francisco
and Los Angeles by way of Salt Lake
City,
By arrangement with the Commun-
ity federation, the Salvation Army,
under the direction of Captain Van
Horn, will distribute basket dinners
to all the poor this Christmas. Each
basket will contain enough for five
persons. This work is being carried
on in addition to the regular relief
work, 50 garments, seven pairs of'
shoes and six pieces of furniture hav-
ing been given away last week. The
two Christmas kettles are boiling
merrily on down-town corners and a
third will be placed on the campus
tomorrow for the convenience of stu-
dents who wish to aid the Salvation
Army in its Christmas work,
The lqcal postmaster, Mr. Abbott,
who has been ill for the. past week,
was at the postoffice today and will

soon be back at his desk. The in-
spectors finished their inspection of
the local carrier service last night.
MAJOR CARSON TO ERECT NEW
MILITARY SCHOOL BUILDING
Major Roy J. Carson, head of the
Michigan Military and Naval insti-
tute, has completed plans for a new
building, to be erected at the corner
of Packard and Wells streets. The
structure will be of two stories with
a basement. The basement will in-
clude technical and drafting rooms,
and on the second floor will be locat-
ed the rooms for academic class work.
Ground will be broken for the new
building early next spring.
The United States government has
just contracted with Major Carson to
send ex-service men to the institution
for vocational work. About 200 form-
er soldiers will be enrolled under
this contract. Several will arrive ii
Ann Arbor next week to commence
their work.
PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION OF
GLASS BLOWING WILL BE GIVEN
A demonstration of glass blowing
and a talk explaining the work will
be given by Mr. Frank Schaefer of
the Laboratory Apparatus company,
of this city, tit the next meeting of the
University of Michigan section of the
American Chemical society at 4:15
o'clock next Tuesday, in room 165 of
the Chemistry building.
fie will probably blow some piece
of apparatus involving several diffi-
cult operations, of a character which
come constantly before the man who
expects to do laboratory work in
chemistry, it was stated by Dr. R. J.
Carney, -secretary of the society.
Read The Daily advertisements.-
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Screen
Majestic - Ben Turpin with a
supporting cast of the entire
Mack Sennett gallery of beau-
ties in "Married Life." Also a
special feature, "Milestones."
Arcade - Bryant Washburn in
"An Amateur Devil."
Wuerth- Justine Johnstone in
"Blackbirds."

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by Harold McGrath

Orpheum - Anita Stewart
"The Yellow ,Typhoon."
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Garrick (Detroit)-Jack Nor-
worth 'with an unusual sup-
porting cast in the comedy hit
of New York, "My Lady
Friends,"
Schubert (Detroit)-."Little Miss
Charity," Richard C. Hern-
don's 1921 musical comedy suc-
cess, with Frank Moulan and
MarJorie Gateson and a score
of dancing, singing choristers.
For live progressive up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.-
Adv.

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Brng on your notorious actorins! Bring on your
bright lights and your dark deeds! C. Elliott En-
dicott was out to do harm! He'd disgrace that
high-falutin' family of his-even if he had to work!
And he did! And you'll dis race yourself laugh-
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The World's Greatest Array of Comedy Kings and Queens
No 75'atter How Had You'll Laugh Yourself Glad
A NEW TWIST TO THE ETERNAL TRIANGLE
HOW CONNUBIAL BLISS SOMETIMES ENDS
A HOME WRECKER IN ACTION
WHAT HAPPENS TO RECKLESS ROMEOS
"A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION"
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Adapted from the Story, "Wanted, a Blemish,"
By Jesse E. Henderson and Henry J. Buxton
Directed by Maurice Campbell-Scenario by )Duglas Bronston

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Fining Lizzie

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Bray Picto

A 6 Reel Drama from the Stage Play by the same name

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