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*Detroit, Mich., March 5.--Officials of
the Detroit stockyards, at the behest
of the Detroit Humane society, have
provided a "maternity hospital'" for
aniimals at the yard. That is believed'
here to be the first animal hospital of
its kind in the country.
A large number of cattle are taken
to the institution each wek, it is an-
nounced. An old shed is used for hos-
pital purposes, it being converted into
a building that will protect the 'ani-
mals from, the elements. Windows
were provided and the floor covered
with straw to a considerable depth.

Washington, Mar. 4.-Administration
spokesmen repree'-uting the govern-
nment's attitude in bringing coal miners
and operators into conference on
April 1, when the wage contracts in
the union expire, are nothing "except
in a suggestive way" it was_ said today.
at the White House.
President Harding desires, it vas
said, that it be made clear' that the.
government was not interfering with
a fixed plan for~ operating lines, set-
tling wage questions, or anything else,

but was anxious to be of service to
the employers and employees in any
plan of adjustment they might care to
advance.
CERCLE FRANCAIS PLANS
SOCIAL' IXER FOR MARCH 10
A dance has been arranged for, the
associate members of the Cercle Fran-
ais. to be given from nine to 12 o'clock
on Friday, March 10, at Barbour gym-
nasium.
The dance is to be in the form of a
mixer to provide an opportunity for

acquainted, but it will be open to any-
one interested in the organization.
Those who are not already members
of the society may secure member-
ships at the door for' 50 cents,
which will admit them to the dance as
well as the annual French play which
will be held shortly after spring vaca-~
tion, besides several French lectures.
The fixer is a regular yearly afad
with the Cercle Francais and is one
which Is always attractive. Music for
the occasion will be provided by "Mike"
Chow's orchestra, with Phil iDamond
at the piano.:

and recovered.
line of coverings.
cheerfully submits
MARTIN
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the
edu-

cnaracter of-
have at our
,tion of large
Beginning of
merous people
tbryology, who
have obtained
rse, visual in-
on. It should
substitute for
wever,'a great

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PO
Q' QUALITY. S

Revolutionists Occupy Fiume
London, March 4.--The revolution-
ary element of Flume has occupied the
town and, established a government,
according to a Central News dispatch
from Rome. President Zanella and
his family are reported to have fled
to Buccari, six miles from Fiume.

WE HAVE A GIFT FOR YOU

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'We are giving away Free
Purchase of a .Wagner
Dutch oven, a Beautiful
Aluminum Cup, which is

with Every
"Drip: Drop"
Wagner Cast
one of the

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rhe Screen-,
THE WUJERTH
excellent productions are
or the Wuerth for the com-
From Sunday to Tuesday
Home" is the headliner. Pic-
t deal with home life and
,erests are the most popular
n, "A Man's Home" played by
f actors of the old school,
Henry T. Morey, Kathlyn
Faire Binny, and Grace Val-
kes. a new and unusual at-
ward the home othjer than
en in "The Old Nest" and
Hills."
e remainder of the week,
evost, erstwhile queen of the
eauties, tries to run Cupid's
in the clever comedy "'Don't
nal." The escapades of this
pg flapper from Broadway,
,es to protect nice, inexperi-
ung men from dangerous
ampires is bound to get the
THME ORPHEUX
t Rawlinson appears at the
from Sunday to Tuesday inl
Hearts." Antonio Moreno,
een. from Tuesday to Thurs-'
a. powerful, heart-appealing
the far west, "A Guilty Con-
The great northwest is viv-'
rayed in the Universal film
nes to the Orpheum next Fri-
Saturday.
TO QUESTIONNAIRES
'ROVE CAP~ DAVIS WOR~K
'er cent of the questionnaires
Camp Davis work sent out
922, by the department of'
end surveying, to several hun-
ni of the College of Engin-
top completed the work~ given
Davis betgeen 1908 and 1915,
n received to date. Replies
hat 20 per cent of the men
Tated in that period are not'
uising engineering.
ijority of the replies are ap-
lowering the standards or
g the term of tho camp to
the present period.. Returns
)nuaires also suggest that
Ises be added to the curri-

The very name "Dutch Oven" miakes
you think of good, wholesome foods---
juicy, tender meats, and fowl, savory
stews, wonderful roasts. They will not
dry up 'or burn food. This frequently
occurs in Roasters which are not made
of cast metal}

Thouigh
It ,may be
in direct

most useful articles

in the modern

kitchen. It is so ~strong that it ,cannot
be dented or bent.

Prie Ranging from

,1.50 to $8

*violation

Drop in and see this wonderful value.

/,

of

some

coVnvent{ion
(ill-advised)

w Pa
4' QUALITY.

JOHN C. FISCHER C-O.
IA'-TO-THE-.MINUTE HARDWARE

Main near Washington

Washington near Main

F . ;'

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were of

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the opinion
that Sunday
evening
meals

should be
fairly
enjoyable.
We kniow

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Five Big Days. Starting Tuesday Through Sat.u

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We take pleasur4 in offering this pr duction to all Ann Arbior at this time with it opening simultaneousiy in five of the largest cities
in America Signed' The Management

that

to omit
them is

uncrfmfortable.
Which is

why
we tell

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the Arcade
Cafeteria
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ar attempted on the
a r9'arlmO n tiue enger train.

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as dainty
and delicate'
as you
could''wish

A\ STORY that starts where others leave off-where the poor
.C.girl marries her rich ideal--where the heiress, tired of soci-
Sety's Whims, waeds a plain man of the people.
And when their dreams have come true at the a ltar- what of
the, years that follow?
A picture that takes'the old adage, "Like 'to like," and weaves
it into a gorgeous tapestry of, life--New York life! with its pleas-
uire, its pain, its-thousand .alluring varieties.
played by a Vrillant Casts Incinding

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uhesitatingly declare
Ibe without a cyclone
It is your plain duty
e your house and any
i may possess fully
lone. "Get insured"
ns. The cost is not
in proportion to what
e ways of protection.
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Jaok Mower.. Theodore Roberts m
Symjphony-O+rchestraX
Special Musical Score-
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