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lONDON 'S PASSENG6ER
AIR SERVICE GROWS

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ELEVEN PLANES NOW LI
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L..ondon, Oct. T10 (By mvail).-The
London-Berlin airway, the first section
of ich-tha tbetween Lon don and
'. I o13!+and-was opened, recently, corn-
lee: an aerial service' of eleven
planes leaving London daily for the
Continent. The popularity of the air-
ways among tourists during the paste
naper has led to plans for routes'
Wo be,()mieed in the spring which mill
connect London by air with all of the
principal points Withiin a radius of
5110 miles.
Thelise plans included daily trips to
ScoiziDe ~auville, Denmark, Ireland,
nd ii Lxembnrg. It is proposed also1
to kceep several, plane3 for special

1A ,C S A;1' F i MiignARE STILL MENACE Wahlrs.-Adcv.
Stockholm, Oct. 10.-All ships leav- -
ing ports on the Baltic Sea have been
warned of the renew\ed danger of
mines, many of which have been found;
in various parts. of the sea during the l 1n1I
last month.
The latest casualty laid to minesA S
is the loss, of the Finnish lightship'A
Storbotten, which was blown up be a 381-
mine off Aland in Ceptember. Five of 381-
the crew of ten were lost. The loss _____
of many vessels since the war is be-
lieved to have been caused by. the
mines.
The sea was reported to be mine
free after German boats hiad been
sent to clear the waters last summer.
It 'is now alleged that this job was
not well dlone, and that there is still
niuch danger from these floating dere-
licts.

I ACHER HARDWARE COMPANY
STORE OF INDT,-IVIDUJAL .SHOPS

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12 SOUTH- MAIN STREET

PHONES 174+175-M

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LECTRICAL GOODS

MAAGf'ER SEES IMP.ROYEIWNTh

FOR ELECTRICAL- GooDS COME TO SCHUMAC.FER'
where. you will find everyth-ing in the electrical line

trips, a feature of traveling which has
pr oved popular with American tour- (Con tinued from. Page Nine.)
imuch superior to those of almost'
ists. The cost of these journeys is;fvery other university in the country,
about four pence. (eight cents) a mile.anthtm nshewrd
ThednewaLonmn-nerltneouterls.be
ThenewLonon-erln ruteis e, As one responsible for the main-
ing opera tccd by an English company, agement of a small city daily I ktnow
and tia double service will be ran in, whereof l speak wvhen 1 say that th e
each direction from Rotterdam daily Michigan Daily, in its mechanical ar,-
until the route is completed. The tripI rangements, is serving its community
will take two and a half hours, andina ayttmetsicrepr-
Iwill be mnade for four pounds, or 'little ian.wyta eissneeape
{ripore tan three and one-half pence.! - -
a inile. The second stage of the jour- Subscribe. for Whimsies toda.-
ney will be opened about October 30, Adv.
I when the route will be from London_
to Flaiburg and B'erlin._________________
Athe present time five planes are ________________-
i pakilmg eight trills daily between Lon-,
don and Paris, carrying an average
of three persons on each trip. The
irout es to Rotterdamn, Brussels and --
EAntwerp are constantly filled in ad- ®(A
v ance and carry a full capacity of < KiP

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Start of French .Lqong-distan e Ballon TRaee Outsi de of 'Paris
A tempestuous wind hindered the start of the lon g-di stance' balloon r ace held recently at St. Cloud, just
tslde of Paris. The ,contest, held under the auspices of the Aero Club d e France, was top stablish a new long-
stance flight record- for F rance. Ju~4 before the start gusts of wind almo st tore t he balloons from their miioor-
gs and caused considerable delay in starting.
D CROSS SPENDS West Desire$ international Air Meet aviation field here, which is leased
A~TSanta Monica, -Ca., Ocet. 28.-Plans -by the government.
9)00000YEAR LLY 'for' an international aviation meet i _________
here as received impetus, with as-
(Continued from Page Nine.) :Surances of cooperation from attachesTYERES
of the Ita lian, French, En gli sh andl We sell and rent themn. All popular
te nor niggardly requires patient:~ ~

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Marcelling, Manicuring, Shampoo-
luig, French hot pack. Special atten-
tion given to curly hair. Florence1
IjWi.son Deiniattia, 240 S. State. Over
Cushing Drag. Phone 2939-M.-Adiv.

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dy of an intricate problem and con- ,
lal read justments to situations as
y exist and develop.
cat I'surping Duties
The function of the IRed Cross,"
il John Barton Payne, naio .al a
irman, in this year's annual re-I
4, "is not to usurp the govern-
nt's respon~sibilities, but to supple- 1
nt official activity; harm oniously
)perate with official* plans and,
thods; .,and seek out the individual
the standardized mass and his pe-!
iar needs.
The Red Cross acqires and dis-
utes iformation among the men
1their families; acquaints the U.
Veterans' Bureau with the person-
education in individual cases; pre-
'es and furnishes comfortsi, reeve-
n, and the many necessary serv-
swhich the government, by its very~
,ure, can procure only from volun-
Sprivfleges fall primarily to the
y assistance. These obligations
1privileges fall primarily to the;
ICross chapters, whose volunteer~
tubers are kept acquainted with the.
cial situation through liason Red
SS officers, attached to the Dist- ;
toffices of the Veterans' Bureau."
25,(;00 ;i1fHospitals
n Armistice Day, November 11,
en the American Red Cross opens
annual Roll Call for rnn-bership,!
re will be uinder treatment ini gov- ,
ment hospitals more than 25,000
erans. In the opinion of thie aur-
n general of the army the peak
disabled men under reconstruction
1not be reached until 1926.
)uring the fiscal year ended last'
e, 2,679 Red Cross chapters in all
ions of the country were record-
active in the soldier relief work.
ring that year they reported 1,-
079 individual instances of serv-
sto such men an~d their depend-
s,*a cost estimated at more than,,
40,000. More than 1,000 persons,
d andl volunteer, were engaged in
ICross work izl government' hospi-
and the. Veterans' Bureau dist-
offices.
Handles Ililined Allotments
ore than 37,000 compensation and
~urance claims were handled,' 24,-
allowance and allotmfent cases,
19,7~00 miscellaneous' claims. Since"
ruary, 1919, when this sprvice was
ablished, it has disposed of, 64,,
allotment checks payable' to vet-
,s which the, post office reported
delivered.
'he basis of this stupendous work,
th~e individual need, and the Red
ss is concentrated upon it. to
endI that the disabled' ex-service
n may obtain all his" rights under
law, and tha~t his own and his,
ily's situation may be rendered.
from care and worry.
ourteous and Quick Taxi servie.
Huron St. Taxi- 945.-Adv.

uerma goaI Uvernments at wasngi, VY 4iIiLi u'KelsInc111)1 1(1 Des. r ic
IThe American government is con-I reasonable. S. A. Moran. Room 2
structing a hangar' on the municipal2nflo,71NUivAe-dv

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Have prepared Special Lunches and Turkey Dinner for you.

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Open all day and
October 27 and 28.

all nig ht Fri day and Saturday nights,

Conlin 's

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Phone 699-J

Orchestra

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ADMISSION9 2-5 Cents

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Cut, Flowers will be So-d During the. Show

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It couldnt be othei wise for we looked over other
college towvns *before we coimitted ourselves.
Smart and substantial for the student of style and.
economy.
Dignified, distinctive andi individual for young
men and men who wish to appear young, in p ur-
Suit of Prosperous vocations.
HWat is .new .in Co.,l, Sh3ape and Material in,'
BOTHSUITS AND OVE OATS AT $30.00!1
,AW1TH NO OTHER PRICE TO CONFUSE YOU
Comm onplace things or copies of: originals find no place here.
All our-time, effort and thought are directed toward :"'Special-
ization" - to ,".Xe you .the equivalent of what you expected
would cost $50 or $55.
Extra or Separ'ate Trousers Always $7

Kennedy's O rchestra will play from8 to 12.
An additional charge o'f fifty cents will be made

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for dancing.

Tea-room service in connection.

DOi J4LLAR(
OSR YOUR OLD PEN
STANDARD MAKE
In 3xcliangc For a
IDER MASTERPEN
And your pea troubles are over

Tickets at

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