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November 11, 1923 - Image 10

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AGE TENTHE MICH-IGAN DAILY -- )ANOEBE 1,1

DAY, NOVEMBER 11, 192

disguisted flivyver owners
d~ the huge sign ouitsidle Day
,. Iwhzich says, "Xlhefe the We;
THIS E~jv'ANY HING .1 ( Thefirst of the contesting;
rived here at 11 o'clock Sir
__ __ -- - ------__ __-__ __ _-__ __ _ __ _ __ and the last one at 4:3
Imorning.
LETTER TELS OF
/41 (Continued fr om lP z
f > .there by lhuge mKS Sof in
_.t lack smoke. Only the

stopped at all sides, camne the news that a fewfr
enport, Ia. thousand Koreans and .freed criminals st
5t Begins,", were rushing on the Omori, destroy sl
Ad Begins." ing all in their path. In desperation, p,
flivvers ar- the people again fled for their lives, b,
iday night this time feeling that it was the end .(e
30 Monday' of home, food and life. The fire gong b.
clanged incessantly, p~roducing an un-
- earthly sensation. People were shout- 1
ing and gun shots could De heard. ;1l
II~f~F IWomann and children remained be- ( e
~I3HIlLhind locked gates while men and oll- j tl
er boys, armed with anything having
Nie)the slightest pretension of bofing.a e
apezNvlleweponl, 'kept giuard in' the strlets.c
np lu~rhl After a night of suspense and agita-
iirectv~i)n of tion spent in these dark streets, for

the wind saved1 Omori from the ra-
vages of this fire.
On the second day, there was a re-
Port, that a tidal wave was apj)Aroach.-
igwhich w,,ould no ;(oubt flood the
whole vicinity, 'including, Om ri which
is on the. coast. All day the people,
loai~dod with what little trey 'could
carry, kept moving in a steady stream
to the hills behind the city. The'
mi-ighty waves rolled in, towns were
submerged into the sea, but again by
some strange fate, Omori was spared.
To add to the misery, of a people
already homeless and facing death on

the electric wires had 'all been de-
stroyed, it was leained thart some+ 50'
of the enemy who had been papprot)ch-
ing the city had finally been disposed,
of.
Even thiough two mzonths hav ,e "'laps-
ed since the violent cathquakes in
Japan, there *are still oan the aveoralgeI
t of two or three quVakes daily, butI
Having escaped the horrors of' death
rso many times, people seem i iesigned1
to whatever fate may be ail tlwni. j
Miss Moriya, who has lived' in
:America the greatter pa 1: of her life

'HITNdEY THEATRE, TILES 9YD43

I1VnNTERN ATI OIIAL
LAUGMItG
SUCCESS

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fflfHest but appropriate memorial for the f FivvRNH T I S Iers Vie In
rF[NH THNiSiw ip late President in his hme town of
[nIblL~fh~ ~~Marion. The exact site is to be se- Iowa road .Race
itinfl lected by a committee whichi will in-
l~helude Mrs. Harding.I (Continued from Page Nine) '
777UI 1'I I, 40V~J ~ dd Preserve "Fr()nt1.Porhb"h Uiestyadgv
A second form of memorial will be A h ocuinteprd on
(Continued from Page ine) the permanent endowment of the~ around the huge obelisk, in the square
wcll. Icart is the breezy and ex- Harding home on Mt. Vernon avenue, b h nvriyadgv Michigan
tremely modern type. T. F. Simmons in -Marion, the front porch of whichIi yells. A feature of the parade was the
stands alone in his rendering of street bcm ineatolyfmus I h signs written on the car bodies. All
scenes in -aris with very lifelike' campaign that prcddhr In' the cars were painted with block M's
preede Illdig'shad maize and blue streamers and
flav r. L:'mbrecht is, the portrayer of election in 120. The home it is be- ercordwihtesoa "et
character studies, and A. Capilte pre- lieved, will continue to li he b weecvrd it the oh-.an"Bowa"
sents a rendering of water and sea jective o igimgsI' h~ ow. Some of the signs read as
scenes whvich stand alone in their or- whom the President's kivlliness and i follows: ~We call this car Kipke,
iginality." huaypth ogetyipcld boause it can't be stopped," "We will
Mr. Plasse is elated with the .suic- The executive committee also con- ba oa n edntma a-
cess of his exhibits in this country templates the establishment of be," "Yes, we have no bananas, but
and will take the exhibit throughout Chi fDpoac n ucin we have some football team," "Hey,
Chai of iploacy nd Fnctons .
the United States this winter and end Gvrmn nsm edn nvr Si, how's your crops." One, in response
at the Pacific coast 'next spring, sity. ,to the numerous corn displays
The plans for membership arc nom throughout the city, hd "We'll walk
Sbeing prepared. The plan'for as18oc- Io 9as on"A he a a
Ilarge pair of dice with the inscription
FE NE ORIA ~iijpivate members which has been approved
LJUU~il y te excutie cmniitee oul "We read 'snke-eyes for the Hawk-
eyes.''
miake every. person who contributes The road home was much more df-
(Continued from Page -Nine)- to the Harding Menorial fund, a fcult because of the continuous rain-
those who so desire will have the op- fall. The trip from Iowa City to
portinity to become associate mire- member. I aeprl. eurdtomr
bers of the association. . r- - I hours returning than -it had comingI
President Coolidge heads the as- Daily classified for real results. because of the deep clay formed. One
sociation's board of trustees. Other-
miembers are: Secretary of States?#11iliill111F141ltlllllIa11FiilllilIINId11IH9[Ii1'
Charles E. Hughes, Secretary of -
Commerce Rerbert Hoover, and Se-
rotary of the 'Navy Eldwin Denby. YouOu
president of the association.- av-
The association has in intl- a mad-l R
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r We have Home Spun, Monks Cloths Kapac
Y- and Orinoka Sun and Tub Fast Colors in a 2i
- .variety of Patterns that will appeal to.our everyi
Estimates cheerfully furnished. Everything-
- in WINDOW SHADES. Holland, Brenlin,
A Fringed or Plain, made to order in the best -l
workmanlike manner."-,
-and it is serious! Accidents just WALLPAPERS' TO MATCH
happen, they cannot be .avoided, no 2--E
matter how hard you may 'try to avoid.OU DRAP-ERIES
hem. But you can be sure of one =. _______________________
hing-rif you have our policy of acc-i
lent insurance you are safe, no mat- -,A M A
er what happens. i
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