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,1924

THE MICHI1GAN DAILY

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COLUMN
LASSIIE U CLOSES
ADVERTI SING AT 3 P.M.

Fall Mannure Show Fl eeEffiienc

AIRPLANEI
BARGAIN V
$3.50 Each
End of Packard Street car line.
time call 2558 orl

RIDE
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Passenger

FOR SALE

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SWETCIDER. Fresh daily. Bring The New'
your Jug. Charles Mlager, 617 S. DAWVES PIPE
Main. _ $1.00 to $3.00
FO 0 ;SALE Remington Portable Als
T~t~ Tie pamens ~ 10-A Complete Line of
sire . e. Register, X604 L+'+. Madi-1. DUNHILL
sonl, Phone 1809. . !an
1,'011 SSALE Cheap. 1922 Ford tour- + ( MILANO7
ing.t 1921 Ford touring; 1920. Chev- P I P E S
rolet tourintg. Geary's Garage. 453 A E IA
S. SEvecnth Sat. 239-M.: I
FOR SAIL A. practically new $8.i00$ CIGAR ST ORE '
Woa's 7 Li'"National" Tennis rack-J i Ias Wllam
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Present efficiency of the Paci fic battle fleet, belittled by navy ex perts, will be dletermined in the fall
m- n~ivr-f nbwin ro(resoffSanPedo.Calf.riThe fleet is- , teanin npast. the IU. S. . ~Pennsylvaniaseean

FORt SALE Flord speedster, Amies
body. 1922 engine,, 10,000 miles.
:,trombtnerg carbuiretor, starter,
rhckl absorbers, ,peedometer. A.
D).XMoore, 718 Onondaga, 3546-J.
FOR SALE Remington Portable
Tyerie.Practically iew. Was
bought a few weeks ago. Used butl
few ~time s. Will s ac(rifice for $40U.
a_;1 .at 1103 Iluron twett;.en 3 and 5.
1W. W. S. MILL1S
OAst. )1pahic Physician
61(7G s atonlB-ank IBldg.
Ml G0LLESPIE, Soloist and
te ache-r, thirty years exp~erience.
Man .idolih, guitar, banjos and chord
consvtruction. Telephone 1791-M.
FOR INT
FOR RENT Two front rooms, single
and double or as suite, suitable for
teac(,hers, students-or business peo-
ple. ;.team heat. Plenty of hot
watecr, Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Wash-
1ington.
F'OlRE11_ NT Modern three room fur-
nilshed house. 105 N. 14th St. Phone
Univ. 19. Mrs. Roberts.
~A ,-[NGLE ROOM 2 blocks from cam-
psis. Well heated. Well lighted.
(:h)eap. Only three students in
house. 1331 Geddes .Ave. Phone
232 2-J.
1:)l, lRABLE Room for one boy, rea-
Ssonab~le rate, double desk, well
hecated. Phone 134873.
~FOR RENT Front single room for
mnan. ;Excellent location $3. Call
2578-W.
Two light housekeeping rooms
suitable for "married couple or two
Sladies. Reasonable. 412 Thompson.
Phone 3123-R.
LOST
TWINE GOLD 'WATCH CHAIN with
gold button and gold coin attached.
Finder please call 738-J.
WRIUST WT1'l'. h White gold, initials!
TT.1). on back. Also fountain pen,
printed wilt name. Reward. Mar-
Sriot Donaldson 904-R.
I.:OG LOG SLIDE RULE lost on
fourth floor of Eng. Bldg. Name
S"Frost" cut on side of rule. Secre-
tary's office, Engineering Bldg.

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MEDCALSOCETYTOforeground.
REVIE YTOEFRANKS CASE Bomb Epoe n d'C .SAT R
Blimp, One Killed ,9,SU F H
As tie feature discussiion of the
October me eting of the Washteihaw N ewpAort News~ Va. Oct. 11.- sI iJS 1N
Couni-tv Med ialsocetyDr. Arnold Lieut. Bruce N. Martin died dt mid- 4 -

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A Wrist Watch
makes the most acceptable pres-
ent that you can possibly select
for your mother, sister, wile or
fiancee. It is the very smartest
bind of timepiece and besides
representing the mode of the
hour our wrist watches repre-
sent value of the highest kind.
Fine line of Gruen in latest
designs in white gold.
Our line includes the Longine,
Gruen, Hamilton and all stand-
ard makes. Also complete lines
in men's strap watches.
ARNOLD
STAT'1E ST. J1ZWVLEk

H1-ave you noticed the exquisite
inn on tbe glasses in the main
ofci! 1 he l"war; b il dir ; ?

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S7c-la i vwroto an essaei n "Lyingr inj

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Jacoby, official psychiatrist of De- ilhlt last niight asa result of in- 1 'i(1S of t1i .C . n(rir l>~.i<I';man nature mst always be
{uis sfee n a cilenlt a 1c1) t'ttli O Ie i ItC e
troit's Criminal courts, an(I Prof. jre sfeedi n ctthesae
JonB.Wit f h Lwscol ilLangley Field yesterday when a bomb, have a iranIged a sor-0s of disW( ';ienle
Jon .Wat o heLa choawl
dicss te een eood-obcarriedl by the United States Arn~ eso; to begt i ond~jv i~i
Frank murder case. The meeting is blimp TC-2 prematurely exploded. .anie h, !1. tE zh firihman w, o re
the raftand njurng telicing I:'taliaLil'' "'
to be hold the evening of October 1G rcknIhecaf nrijrigte ceved a p(;socia ibe ill ati_ c- Da
ti1lcia no n ilntfive memb~ers of the crew. The TC-23cv a{.{ .t c f' nvtngbi
at th ichia no n ilntwas the largest non-rigid lgtr-hnto dtterld (ICon i lof ),e(ti li e W ' pnnw rvt
'eoe.t h ulc -air craft yet built in the Uniitedi giil5'rii s( tdy Il i15diybt n~~1
The talks to be given by Professor States. 3'eledy I~H i5IA i i(1m classical. Adult. class
Waite, and Dr. Jacoby have also been The accident occurred during tar- 7, 7:15, and 'I: <0 'lock1 and will last e I ve:°y Monday and Friday. FifteenE
mradre before the Social Worker's club get practice and caused the craft to oIOI r s i1-our ctadtio.ia s34letons4 for 5.0.Fe
ofDtot hr hyaddressed a dash 150 feet to the earth. That all or uc opc a ieianIa tin, Enrg,8801oll0op. m
ofDtot hr hythe crew were not killedr was attil- lm ugeigI) O)(tV cuss moLNw
g.athering of over 60040 plpedt h fc ahlmpw aftitiide to wards; fra ternit jets, sectir- riilC Ad N1AC
Dr. Jacoby will discuss the famous inltdwtmhennifamblwa,~gxork, s{ hl lrsbipl, andu the honor --'2 Wuiiertl Arcade Phone 241-R
murder case from the standpoint of ifae ihtenn-nlmal a,'system cs"eo h ije b ___________________________
a scitit i akwl ecn isin tered upon the medical aspect, and Lieut. Alfred Puryear, of iHender- -___
medical bearing of the case.,ovle Tn. n ase eg.For
Profsso Watein rgaringtheFitch, are in serious condition, while Aj[FRBS
case from the standpoint of the law, Segsel n esn ufrdlfi ~ LH ~ ~ r 4 I I
wil s eak up n w at was ac ual y l k l I H"minor injuries. A ll w ere in the basket , Ift e g e t s i h n t e ac i e t M o e a i e t ia s c m a e i ha da dmr
don attetra-s opre ihoccurred. IN iE Niw DrISandmor

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tT, theories of criminal prosecution.'
Dr. Theophile Raphael will act as
chairman of the meeting.
CAN ELCS u. S,
AS ENGLAND'SGRANARY
London, Oct. 11.-The United States
is no longer the chief exporter of
whea",t to the United Kingdom. -The
largest supplies of this grain to the
British Isles now come from the Do-
m-inion of Canada, with the United
States second and Argentine a close
third.
It is only in barley and oats that
tho United States has retained its hold
on English imparts; in the case of
oats the importations have slightly
increased.
Detr oit student

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The explosion broke the gas bag;
of the ship, which crushed to the earth jTh~e Hague, Ocet. il.-The Perma-
so quickly that the crew had no tune I
to tke t ther p~raehute. nenlt Court of international JTustice
to tke t ther paachues.has given a (decision by which the
(1isp)ute between Albania and .ugo-
American .1H onored j Sltuvia over t he ownership of the
Elmonaster'y of Saint-Naoumn has Iseeii
As BO I To o settled in favor of Albania. The dis-
________pute was originally placed before the
Tokio, Oct. 11.-Edmnond D. Berton,; Conference of ,Ambassadors on De-
an American, is one of the 1,500 resi-l comber, 1922, wvhich allotted the mon-
dents of Tokio chosen by the metro- astery to Albania, bait allowed Jugo-
politan police bureau to receive ? slavia to dissenIt. The ambassadors,I
special money grants and formal let-j being unlable to effect,- a settlement
ters of thanks in the name of theI pa ssed the dispute onl to the League'
Tokio municipality for heroic deedsI of Nations. The (100Siofl being aj
or meritorious services on SeptemberI legal one, the Court of Junstice ren-
1, 1923, when Tokio was more than tiered the verdict for the Lea-gu0e.
half destroyed by earthquake and fire. This constitutes the ninth- advisory
Mr. Berton, a native of Philadelphia, opinion given by the Court since its -
+, -is theonlyforeig-~1nehto e sohhnored. first session in July 1922.

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Reliable Emergency Service Day and Night

cars for rent and drive your-,
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11OS~t ON the diagonal Friday after-
noon a brown fur neckpiece. Call
Adla Phelps 2676.
NiOTIClE
J US'T RECEIIVED Beautiful silk lin-
- erine, both gowns and chemises,
very reasonably p)riced. Also the
Snew Circle sash to be worn as a
girdle.
THE QUALITY- SHOP
303 South Main Street
WANT~ED
FA 1\1IIY AND STUDENT Wa shing-j
11hone 2873-M.
RUSSIA GINS SLOWL
ON MALARIA PIDEMIC
MotMoscow, Oct. 113.-The Internation-
Al Ml aria commission of the League
of Nations, which has been visiting
Runssi la to investigate the, malaria
epidlemic, has completed its work and
A pproved generally the efforts of the
uins to combat the disease.
One of the commissioners said re-
cently that the epidemic seems to
leave passed in most of the affected
iea s, but there are a number of ho-
(alities where it still prevails due to
Llie s hortage of quinine.
TECHNICALSOCIETY CP
GIEN ROFESSL R TROUT
j t of. Altnxauder L. Trout of the
4r: etctral college was awarded
uo loving diil) of the Associated
T(!(ec.lnica l societies of Detroit Thurs-

gnat Ana.llU Lut~ea
Detroit, Oct. 11.-Kyran James
Whalen, 24, a student at the Detroit
College of Law, was shot and killed
here early today by Patrolman James
.Hlope after he and an unidentified
companion had forcibly searched the
pockets of several men at Cass Ave-
nue and Montcalm St.
Hope fired, he said, when Whalen
attempted to draw a gun from his
p~ocket when questioned as to his ac-
Lion. Whalen is believed the victim. of
a mania for posing as a police of-1
ficer, as he made no attempt to rob
the men searched, letting them go
after going through their pockets.

1. Cleanliness-Our Kitchens are spotless.
2. Quality--Only the best of ingredients are uied.
3. Service-Try us once and you will be convinced.

Phones
145-3238

FRED 'HEUSEL,

City Bakery
206-212 East Huron Street

We Call for
and Deliver

Phone 156

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to original colors, silk dresses,
waists, hose, feathers, slippers.
Colors matched to sample.
Colors guaranteed. Ask about it

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