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THE, I HMAN DAILY

24, THE MICHIGAN DAILY

A

EX-MAYOR MAHXOFr
DETROIT ISDED
Long Illness Fatal to Former, Execiu.I
tive; Was a Native of
Petroit
HELl) OFFICE FOR THREE
TIMES IN .YEARtS 1912-118
Detroit, Nov. 23.-Oscar 1B. Marx,!
for three times mayor of Detroit be-
tween the years 1912 and 1918, diedj
hero today following an illness of)
several month's.' His death was has-1
tened by the shock of the death ofj
his mother a few weeks ago. He was
57 years old at the time of his death.
Mr. Marx was one of the most prom-]
inent political figures in Detroit, and
has closely identified himself with
politics in that city for many years.
In 1912 he was a leader in the Bull
Moose convention at Chicago, Work-
ing for the election of Roosevelt, buit
when that party failed he rejoined the
ranl;:s of the old republican organiza-
tion.
lie was born in Detroit, July 14,
1866, the son of German parents who

came to this country in the early fif'- Buenos ,Aires, -Nov. 23.--The steami-I
ties. His first political venture camne ship American Legion, sailing for New
in 1904, when he was a candidate tor Yor
the county treasurer, but was defeat- :Yr, carries $5,000,000 in gold to pay
ed. In 1910 he was appointed city as-j coupons on part of Argentina's extern-j
sessor. In his first campaign for al debt.
mayor he defeated William B. Thomp- -
son, in the fall of 1914, he defeated F.: Buenos Aires, Nov. 23.-Willam H.
T. ngrin an tw yarslatr age Robertson, retiring American consul-j
heis bitterest political light against j
William F.. Con nolly.I general, has sailed for New York.
Mayor Marx was the inamediate pro-j
decessor of Senator James Couzens as
mayor, andl it was his appointment of f
the senator to the position police corn- 1
missioner that started Couzens on
his political career. I i

It's- true ,efficiency to use Daily
IClassifieds.-Adv
ARROW SHIRTS $250
Collar Attached. }'New Styles
F Specially Priced. Come Early.
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Graham Seeks
Leadership 0 f
G. 0. P. In ho~use,

Butter, Egg's Cheese Poultry
...Wholesalers..

Margarine

Fruits

MOTOR OARS MAY PAORK
IN FERRYIL AN X
Automobiles will be harked by the
American Legion on the Ferry field
annex this afternoon. The Athletic'
association has allowed the use of the
annex to the Legion in hopes that it
will help the local authorities in re-
lieving the traffic congestion on
streets near Ferry field. More than
300 automobiles were parked on the
annex during the Marine game. 3
lThe annex is just south of tfie prac-
tice fields. Cars coining from the
north, east, and wvest can follow Pack.
ard street to Granger, and south on
Granger to the annex. Cars comingI
from the south can come in on AlIain
7street to the Golf road and then east
to the annex. A charge of 25 cents
will be made by the Legion.
it's true 'efficiency to use Dafl
Clasi efleds-.Adv.,

Vegetables

Ann, Arbor Produce, Co.
2 1404 2276-

William J. Graham
IRep. William J. Graham, of Illinois,
fhas announced himself as a~ candidate
for Republican floor leader of the
house in opposition to. Nicholas Long-
worth, of Ohio, who has expected to
make a walkaway of the contest for
,the position vacated by former Repro-
sentative Mondell, of Wyomirrg.,A vig-
orous flght is expected.

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RESERVED SEATS
TIC KETS-
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RU~h! TEDUNION.
Their Second Triumphant Appearance
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P'RICE.S. v'" j;
zMAIN' FLOOR- 2.501 $2.00, $1.1.;.
. FIRST BALCONY--2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $,1.000
S ECOND BALCOINY-$1.00, 75c, 50C.W
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Complete Dairy
Service
More and more people are
taking advantage of the
facilities we offer for; eco-
nomical and effcient pUT-
chase of dairy supplies.
Proof, we think, that'tey.
find it advantageous. -Yo U,
too, s h ou ld investigate
our service.

Telephone 423

The Ann Arbor Dairy

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the best there is in
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raw taste and that the activity of the natural vi-
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