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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ED FOR ANEMIA STUDY MORTGAGES ARE'
MOST IN FAVOR
AS INVESTMENT
(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, Nov. 4- Real est'ate
mortgages-are the most favored form
of investment of financial institutionsr
in Detroit, surveys show. Bank state-
ments 'of Oct. 10 this year revealed
" ~ Ithat the banks and trust companies
in the city proper had mortgage1
holdings of $307,525,253, according to
a compilation made b'y the Michigan
Manufacturer and Financial Record.
The investment of the same assoc-
iations on Sune 30, this year, totaledE
$303,488,189, giving jtn increase of
$4,037,064 for approximately the third
quarter of the current year. Somei
Iidea of how great this investnient ist
tat present may be had from a com-
parison of total bank deposits. Coin-,
bined deposits of the banks and trust
companies amounted to $912,522,000.
according to the last.statements and
noria Institute for medical research, which vvas mortgage 'oldings represented ap-)
Ist year by Mrs. Katherine McDonald Simpson in proximately 33.7 per cent of this
died a victim of pernicious anemia. To discover The 13 state banks making mort-
4e chief purpose of the institute. Only special
for laboratory purposes by the staff. All these gage loans had an aggregate invest-
patients of the University hospital, but the insti- ment of $231,659,855 on June 30, an
with the hospital except for advisory purposes. increase of $2,839,964. The 11 trust
.-companies had a combined invest-
In con- FORESTERS VISIT SW4OOL tment of $73,025,434, compared with
Doctor HERE MAKE SUGGESTIONS $71828334 an increase of $1,197,100.
titue had ;-- Real estate mortgages? and trust
mortgages recorded in Wayne county
patients D. R. Brewster of the National during the third quarter of this year
Ls. There Lumber Manufacturers association established a new high record. Real
J for the and J. A. Mitchell of the Lake States estate mortgages recorded during the
Forest Experiment station visited three months numbered 9,653 and in-
3rnicious Dean Samuel T. Dana of the Schools g
volved loans aggregating .$44,259,645.
of Forestry and Conservation recent- Trust mortgages numbered 132 for
ly. Mr. Brewster is a graduate of the $57,702,947
rried on Minnesota School of Forestry and-for If the pace maintained during the
in an at- many years was connected with the .first nine months of the current year
t of de- forest service, later becoming inter- is continued during the last quarter,
cts, and ested in dry kiln methods, and now 1927 will be recorded as the greatestj
a in re- connected with the National Lumber mortgage year in the history of De-
the var- Manufacturers association. His visit r
e of per- to the forestry school here was pri- -r____accrdin _t__pesen__gres.
carried marily to suggest a more effective use __......_...................
A very of lumber. He will be in charge of T e r
istory of a district office of the forestry assoc- Detroit T e ters
upon his iation at Memphis, Tenn., as a wood -,
n r. , M n n r I..~ :._................. _...... _.....:.._...........

TOWNSH END PAPERS IN CLEMENTS LIBRAJ
SPY SYSTEM MAINTAINED ON GEO

Y REVE
sE IV'S A

How the "lowdown" on high offic-
ials and important personages of
King George IV's time in England
was revealed through a secret ser-
vice system organized by Thomas
Townshend, Viscount Sydney, after
whom Sydney, Australia, was named,
and also at that time, secretary of
state, came to light recently in the
papers of Townshend in the Clements
library. It is thought that Townshend
kept this spying on his friends for
the purpose of having something to
hold over the heads of his political
enemies-a sort of polite blackmail,
as it were.
In this particular manuscript, he
is concerned with the visits of cer-
tain people to the home of a Mrs.
Fitzherberts. She was the mistress
of King George IV for 10 years, while
'he was the Prince of Wales, and then

married her. Townshend's spy in a closet
keeping a watch on her house found ments o
that she was a very much visited the day.
"Dec
lady. Among her visitors were the Ford and
following, all very prominent men in half anh
the affairs of England, with but few lace, ati
exceptions: John Peter Kemble, a and stai
famous actor: Richard Brinsley Sher- fore 3 0
idan, playwright; Josiah W. Wedge- on foott
wood of pottery fame; Charles Jam- street, S
es Fox, a prominent politician; Duke half, fro
of Portland, prime minister of Eng- Fitzherb'
land at the time of the manuscript; williams
Lord Loughoprough, chief justice of staid 'ti
the court of common pleas, akin to 10 o'cloc
our chief justice of the Supreme 'till a qu
Court; Lord North, the chief pro- dan ther
moter of the American Revolution; Prince o
and the Prince of Wales, who was and the
later George IV. Brooks' was the at Mrs.
most fashionable club of London. The morning.

track was kept of the move-
f public men at all hours of
6, 1788. At 12 o'clock Dr.
d Mr. Kemble came and staid
hour. At half after 12, Mr. Wal-
torney, Norfolk street, came
d an hour. At a quarter be-
'clock, Mr. Sheridan went out
to Mr. Wedgewood's in Greek
Soho, staid an hour and a
om thence he went to Mrs.
erts. At 9 o'clock Lord Fitz-
came in his carriage and
ll half after 11 o'clock. At
ck Lord North came and staid
quarter of 12. Left Mr. Sheri-
e at half after 1 o'clock. The
f Wales, the Duke of York,
Duke of Queensbury were
Fitzherbert s at half after 1
(Endorsement) Dec. 6, 1788.

manuscript shows very clearly what

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FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK

Cornwell Blk. (Temp. Hdqts.)

330 S. State Street

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An oak is the result of steady growth,
the addition of a little at a time, but
full-grown it withstands the attack of
years. A mushroom springs up over
night, and vanishes just as quickly. Make
your fortune an oak-not a mushroom.

Woodward, at Eliot
BO N S TE L L E
PLAYHOUSE
Week Beginning Monday, October 31
NIGHTS:r75c, $i.to. Mats. Tues.,
Thur. and Sat., 50c, 75c
Would You Marry a Chorus Girl?
Does It Pay to Be a Spitfire?
Myron C. Fagan's Greatest Comedy
The Little Spitfire

WE WILL HELP

You

CASS THEATRE
Beginning Sunday Night, Oct. 30
Prices: Nights, $i to $3.50; Wed. and
Sat. Mats., $i to $2.5o, Plus Tax
Landed Like Lindbergh
GENE BUCK'S
;. New Musical Comedy
"TAKE THE AIR"

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special cases.,
In suppor of his statents, Doc-
tor Sturgisrread a fewareports of the' 111i111 N11#I1111t1I~11 E1111111i1Ni1N111111M112
patients that have been taken care
of at the institute for' the past few =.M-
practically every case the patient 'left,S U N D A Y
>or returned for examination later, C
C FIRST METHODIST FIRSTE
CHURCH 10:45-Th
R E E F E R 1:-Te
RECorner State and Washington Sts: Memory
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister Mr.
Parley C. BIngham, Assistant Higher
ality")
Minister and Student Director 12: 00-Chun
0 0 -= 12: 00-Stu
10:30-"The Hound of Heaven." Guild H
- iin lig
12:;00-Student Class in Wesley Teachin
Hall. Ralph Johnson on "The ducted
Voice of St. Francis." 5:30-The
Guild
6 00-HenrietteHouser, former 6:30-'he
- Varsity Debator, will speak on WendTh
All Colors *""
4Are We Sepraratei" Wondl
-= an "Sol
7:30-"The Language of the Miss MayS
Mystic." Allmendi
-ysticeach
Pressureless THE UNITARIAN CHURCH FR
-~esrls Special Price I-
Touch- ~a T~ CHRI.
on-reaab= State and Huron Streets oS
INon-Breakable -=46So
DrrelSidney S. Robins, Minister i0o:30 a.m.-
_ ~ice; Su
28% lighter than rubber n ie S
November 6, 1927
"Sure-fire"every time you call 11:45 a.m.
on it to write-that's why the - 11;4 them.
Parker Duofdd-already a 2 to 1 10:45 a. m.-Morning Service. ing the
favorite among students-is con-" sE y4
stantlyineasing itslead. "yi te o n e4 tmoni
*If any Duofold Pen should : . R elig t tupper.
ever fail to perform to perfection, 5:45 p. .-Candlelight Supper.
sendaitnto Paker with 10c for re- ve6:45 p. m.-Professor A. S. Aiton, The Rea
turn postage and insurance and I "A Contemporary Account of State Savin
we'll make it good free. Slicker L ethedNr onquest." daily from
Mandarin Yellow with smart I -=Sundays a
black tips is the latest effect that I -
this style starter introduces. Duo.- ,, -
fold in Black-tipped Lacquer-red,
Jade, Lapis Lazuli Blue, or FIas1- 12
ing Black and God--is the same-
pen ina different dress. !m HILLEL FOUNDATION ZION LI
Give your eyes a feast--give "
your hand a treat, at the nearest 615 E. University Dial 3779
Parker Duofold pen counter. '"- Washing
IE PARKER PEN COMPANY -
JANE SVILLE, WIS.=C 9:00 a. 13
Sunday,November 6, 1927 .
11:00 a. m.-At Lane Hall, Lewis 10:30 a. m.
Browne, Author, will speak on "Jesu
"The Ordeal of Heinrich
'Ieine." 5:30 p. m

CHURCH SERVICES

APTIST CHURCH
ard Sayles, Minister
Responsibilities of
y. (Fourth sermon by
yles in series on the
x Powers of Person-
rch Bible School.
dents Guild Class at
louse. "Racial Relations
,ht of Jesus'. Ethical
ng." Discussion con-'
by Mr. Chapman.
Friendship Hour at
House.
special program. Mr.
1 Vreeland will speak
lving the Maze."
Strong and Miss Helene
nger special vocalists
Sunday at 10:45.

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T CHURCH OF
ST, SCIENTIST
outh Division Street
-Regular Morning Serv-
ubject, "Adam and Fallen
-Sunday School'folloi-
morning service.
-Wednesday evening tes-
al meeting.
ading Room, 10 and 11
ng Bank Building is open.
112 to 5 o'clock, except
nd legal Holidays.
UTHERAN CHURCH
ton St. and Fifth Ave.
m.-Bible Study.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
Merle If. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate.
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretary for Women.
9:30-Church School. Student
Class led by Prof. Running.
10:45-Morning Worship. Sermon,
on "Present-Day Problems."
The Anniversary of the Building
Fund Campaign will be observed.
12:00-Student Class led by Rev.
Dale H. Moore.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper..
6:30-Young People's Society.
BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
and Williams
G. A. Neumann, Minister.
9:00 a. m.-Sunday School.
10:00 a. m.-Morning worship.
Pastor's subject: "Aids to God-
liness."
11:00 a. m.-German Service.
6:30 p. m.-Young Jeople's Hour.

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5:30-Student Fellowship Supper.
Mr. Ralph Johnson will speak
on "Miracle and the law."
ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
'Rev. 'Henry Lewis, Rector
Thomas L. Harris, Assistant
Twenty-first Sunday After Trinity.
8:00 a. m.-Holy Communion (the
Church).
9:30 a. m.-Students' Service
(Harris Hall).
11:00 a. m.-Holy Communion and
Sermon by the Rev. Thomas L.
Harris.
6:00 p. m.-Student Supper. Dis-
cussion.
Open House every Wednesday
afternoon, 4-6, in Harris Hall.

ICONGREGATIONAL-
CHURCH
Dr. Carl S. rPatton, MInlstr.
9:30--Sundav School:

45-Morning Worship. Cheap-
ness." Dr. Patton, preaching.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner Hill and Tappan
Rev. Frederick Cowin

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets,
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Parsonage: 420 West Liberty.

n.-Reformation Services.
us Pastoral Work"

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m.-Student Supper.

10:30-Morning worship.

October 30.
9:00 a. m.-German service.

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