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MICHIGAN DAI

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DIOUS SERVICE, UNIVERSI-
DSPITAL, EXPLAINS LOCAL

Edi, or The Michigan Daily:
Within the past ten days six cases
of diptheria have been admitted to the
Contagious hospital and twb more
have applied for admittance which
could not he received for lack of room.
All cases, except one, developed in
the city. Other cases of diptheria
4have been reported from neighboring
towns and villages. Material from a
case of black diptheria was brought
to us from Belleville yesterday and
proved to be positive:
Many of Nasal Type
Many of the cases of diptheria are
of the nasal type and were rather far
advanced when first seen. They were
regarded as ordinary cases of head
cold. There is strong evidence that
diptheria of a virulent form is present
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in the vicinity. We advise that all
cases of head colds should be care-
fully watched. The nasal discharge
that becomes tinged with blood should
be regarded as suspicious of nasal
diptheria.
We advise that Schick tests be made
to determine whether the individual's
natural resistance is high enough to
prevent the developmnt of diptheria
and, if it is not, that prophylactic
treatment with toxin antitoxin mix-
ture be given.
Should be Treated
All people suffering from diptheria
should be treated with diptheria anti-
toxin by hypodermic intramuscular,
or intravenous injection. Diptheria
antitoxin is of no benefit when given
by mouth. Antitoxin will cure all
cases of diptheria if it is administered
early enough. It cannot neutralize
toxin that has already gone into chemi-
cal union with the tissues and has
become bound and thereby, has de-
stroyed the tissues attacked.
(Signed) Contagious Service
University Hospital.

CORRECTION M. Anderson. The correct name is
In Sunday's Daily, the name of the Neal M. Johnson. Johnson was a
student who was killed near Ypsi- Junior engineer, and lived in High-
lanti Friday night was given as Neal land Park.
Tuning Up
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S O you can have power on the hills. That's
what men like. That's one reason why they
prefer Eagle Shirts-made to give service where
you need service most. They wear long, wash
well, retain the brightness of their original appear-
ance. Honest yarns, fast dyes, qualityweav-
ing.
Buy Eagle Shirts by the fahric name in the label
J. Wuer co.
322 S. 11amn

PhonSpotl7ess Phone 93
Cleaning Pressing Alteri
Shoe Repairing and Laundry Agency
We Call For and Deliver
CORNER STATE AND JEFFERSON

Yur future-_-

What do the tomorrows hold fo
yOu? If you inventory yourself todaa
will you stand at par or above? Wha

Library Notes

are your chances of success?
Every young man is confront
by these questions. Don't try to avc
them. Meet them. Answer them.
we can be of assistance to you in a
way we will be glad to co-operate w
you. It is our business to serve t
public

Latest reports from Librarian W.
W. Bishop state that he has completed
his work in England and is now buy-
ing books :n Brussels and Antwerp.
He will go next to Cologne, Coblenz
and Lipzig.
Students desiring to use the refer-
ence books in the lower study hall, on
the first floor, have been unable to
find seats on several occasions dur
ing the past week, due to the presence
of students who were studying with
their own books. The lower study
hall, where more than 2000 books are
on reference, is for the exclusive use
of members of classes who must use
those books. Others are requested to
use the main reading room on the
second floor.
"The more I see of libraries here
the more I admire my own-and my
people," writes Librarian Bishop in
comparing foreign libraries with
Michigan's. He adds that card cata-
logues are practically unknown there.
The exhibition of Dante's works,
which has been in the lower corridor
of the library for several weeks, will
be there today for the last time. To-
morrow it will be replaced ley a new
exhibit.
Of the most popular books of fic-
tion for the summer, according to
statistics prepared for the American
library association, four can be had
at the Library. They are, in the order
of their popularity in all parts of the
country, "Main Street," -by Lewis; "The
Brimming Cup," by Canfield; "Alice
Adams," by Tarkington; and "The
Age of Innocence," by Wharton.
"Moon Calf," by Dell, which was list-
ed as a favorite in some sections of'
the country, is also available.
H. G. Well's "Outlines of History,"
reported to be the most popular of
general books for the- summer, can be
had at the corridor desk. It is in two
volumes.
Librarian W. W. Bishop has spent
approximately $7,000 frr new books
in Great Britain. He reports his
greatest success in the fields of Eng-
lish drama, Scottish history, bibio-
graphies and zoological journals.

THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS

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RESOURCES OVER $5,000,000.00

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OF course it isI Nothing is too
good nowadays when the girl
is sure to be well idornmed on
chocolates. Shemaynot know that
SCHRAFFT'S CHOCOLATES
represent the highest skill in pres-
ent-day candy making, but she
does appreciate the delicious taste
of that rich chocolate coating and
those tempting centers of creamy
creams, nougadines, caramels, nuts,
maple sugar and maavOther dainxty
confections.
!ry giving her a*bae . toh
and 14 lbw tMi. deid
Goodyear Drug -Co.
107 South Main Street

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CASCADE LINEN

One pound in a package.
We also have envelopes to
match. If it is true that
the good taste of a person
is expressed by the quali-
ty of their stationery, then
your taste will be estab-
lished with your friends.
The texture and quality of
Cascade is known from
Coast to Coast.

Wed. Thur., Fri, Sat.
Nov.2,3,4,5
ONE CENT will buy any article mentioned
in this advertisement regardless of its re-
tail value- providing a second article of the
same kind is purchased at our regular price.
You pay full price for the first and get a
second article for ONE CENT.

This is a Blend
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OPEKS BREAKFAST CUFF

of High Grade Coffee
Roasted and pack
the latest machine:
superb drink and w
ful value. Groun
whole.
Standard Price
1 pound ...........
This Sale
2 pounds ..........

Standard Price
ONE POUND 60C

Sale Price
TWO POUNDS 61C

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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
The HaOUse Studio

have added a new department to
their institution. We will teach all
branches of STAGx DANCING

$1.25
.25
1.25
.50
.25
1.25
.40
.65
.35
.50
.15
.75
1.25
.40
.50
.50
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.60
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.40
.30
.35
.35
.30
.50
.45
.50
.50
.60
.50
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1.00
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REXALL REMEDIES AND TOILET ARTICLES,
Cod Liver Oil Emulsion. ......................2
Laxative Aspirin Colds Tablets. ....................2
Syrup Hypophosphites Compound . ..................2
Rikers Milk of Magnesia (12 oz.)...................2
Jonteel Talcum Powder (Special Price)... .........2
Peptona Tonic.................................2
Cherry Bark Cough Syrup.........................2
Riker's Senafig Laxative........................2
Firstaid Kidney Pastersn... . .................2
Jonteel Talcum Powder (Special Price)............2
Rose or Violet Glycerine Soap ......................2
Nux and Iron Tonic Tablets......................2
Per Ounce Jonteel Odor (Special Price).............2
Wool Powder Puffs........... ...................2
Cascara Laxatives .............................2
Blaud's Iron Tonic Tablets.......................2
Wool Powder Puffs ......................,..........2
Rolling Massage Cream..........................2
Jonteel Talcum Powder (Special Price)...............2
Antiseptic Tooth Powder ..........................2
Rexall Cold Cream........................2
Rexall Camphorated Cream .......................2
Rexall Cream of Almonds....... ..................2
Hadley's Face Cream.... ........-............2
Jonteel Cold Cream. (Special Price)................2
Shaving Lotion ........ ........ .............. ....2
Kidney Pills ..... .................. ..... ....2
Boquet Ramee Talcum ............. .................2
Arbutus Complexion Cream.......................2
Violet Dulce Complexion'Powder ...................2
Jonteel Nail Polish (Cakes) (Special Price)...........2
Trufior Toilet Water (Seven Odors) ..................2
Rexall Toilet Soap.......................... .- ....2

for $1.26
for .26
for. .1.26
for .51
for .36
for 1.26
for .41
for .66
for .36
for .76
for .16
for .76
oz. 1.26
for .41
for .51
for .51
for .51
for -.61
for .76
for .41
for .31
for .36
for .36
for .31
for .76
for .46
for .51
for .51
for .61
for .51
for .36
for 1.01
for .16

STATIONERY, SUNDRIES AND HOME NEEDS
$ .75 Medallion Stationery (Linen) ......................2 for $
.45 Opeko Breakfast :Coffee... .......................2 for
.50 Jonteel Combination Cream (Special Price) ............2 for
.35 Violet Dulce Shampoo Crystals ....................2 for
.40 Symond's Inn Peanut Butter (10 oz.) .....:.........2 for
.40 Symond's Inn Vanilla Extract ...,............. ..2 for
.25 Jonteel Toilet Soap (Special Price) .................2 for
2.50 Maximum Fountain Syringes......................2 for
.25 Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic.........................2 for
.50 Lithia Tablets........................... ....2 for
.40 Tooth Brushes (Assorted) ......................2 for
.25 Jonteel Lip Sticks (Special, Price) ....................2 for
.15 Good-Form Hair Nets... .......2 for
.15 Chocolate Bars ................ ... . .........2 for
.15 Linen Finish Envelopes ..............................2 for
.60 Cascade Linen Pound Paper.................2 for
.50 Cartons,(50) Cascade Envelopes.............2 for
.40 Symond's Inn Lemon Extract ........ ............2 for
.30 Pkgs. Beef Cubes................................2 .for
.35 Symond's Inn Cocoa Powder ...........................2 for
.25 Pkgs. Purest Spices (Five Kinds)......................2 for
.30 Baking Chocolate (Bitter) 1-2 lb. Bars .................2 for
.25 Medicated Skin Soap.............................2 for
.25 Klenzo Tar Shampoo Soap ... ..................2 for
.15 Rolls Satin Finish or Crepe Toilet Paper..............2 for
.15 Velour Powder Puffs....... ......................2 for
.50 Harmony Liquid Shampoo ..........................2 for
.60 Cocoa Butter Cold Cream .............................2 for
.30 Violet Dulce Talcum....................... ..2 for
.50 Tooth Brushes (Assorted)........................2 for
.25 Bronchial Tablets.................. .............2 for
.35 Wool Powder Puffs........ ......................2 for
.60 Pink Laxative Wafers (100s)...-..................2 for

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Ballet, Toe, Soft Shoe
and Eccentric

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Children's Classes

Saturday Afternoon

Hours

Two to Four

BALLROOM DANCING
EVERYDAY BY APPOINTMENT

REXALL TOOTH PASTE

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A perfect dentrifice, anti-
s e p t i c and deodorant.
Cleans and whitens the
teeth. Comes out flat on
the brush.
Standard Price This Sale

(Advertised Prices Do Not Include War 'Tax)
4 Days Only
November 2,3,4,5

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Two Tubes

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REXALL DRUG STORE
208 S. MAIN STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH.

Made from the pure Cocoa Bean. U
in quality. Without any adulteration
Standard Price, One Can.........
This Sale, Two Cans............

ARCADE

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