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ENGINEERS GHANE T TD
,MEETINGPRO0GRAM,
Final Alterations Announced
for Annual Conference
of Highway Experts.
MANY SPEAKERS ADDED

IS ACCUSED rlf I~fIPI FENTON ATTENDSt SCIENTIFIC ROMACE LIES BEHIND NEON' SIGNS,
ZY LEADERS UDI~t iU ISIJ! LONDON PARLEYj PROFESSOR WILLARD TELLS WJR RADIO AUD I NCE

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Pledge of $20,000,000 to Help
Bankrupt City in Solution
of Huge Money Problem.
NEW CRISES FACE BOARD
MA;, ncial- tc
CHICAGO, Jan. 25,.-~Temporary
solution of Chicago's finmncial

Final changes have been m~ade in
the program for the sixteenth an-
nual conference on highway engin-
vering to be held at the University
Feb. 11-13, inclusive, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Prof. 1R. L.
Morrison, of the department of
highway engineering and highway,
transport, in charge of arrange-
ments for the conference.
The number of speakers has
been increased, and a few speakers
have been engaged to supplant
those who were unable to come. it
was announced. An entire morn-
ing's program, that of Wednesday,
Feb. 12, has been dedicated to the
state department of highway en-
gineering.
At that time, V. R. Burton, depu-
ty state. highway commissioner,
will speak on "Michigan's Trans-
portation System." Prof. W. J. Eim-I
colons, of the department of high-
way engnieering, director of the
state highway laboratory, will re-
port on "The Effect of Unsound!
Particles of Coarse Aggregate .on
the Strength and durability of
Concrete." J. T. Sharpensteen, as-i
sistant maintenance engineer of
the state highway department, will
read a paper on "Control of High-
way Loading." C. E. Foster, chief'
engineer of the highway depart-
ment, will preside.
One of the most attractive talks
at the conference, from the stand-
point of popular appeal, will prob-
ably be that of Pyke Johnson,, of
the National Automobile Chamber
of Commerce, who will show a
movie of South American life and
tell a number of stories, including
one of a railroad company which
built tracks In circles because it
was being paid by the state ac'cord-
Ing to the number of miles of
tracks laid.
University students will be ad-
mitted free to all regular meetings
of the conference, and will be per-
mitted to p -, a !e tickets for the
aofficial conference banquet.

It is no cmmnl realized whatt le s evaporat~ion of thne tuingsten i ands for beacons.
a scientifi roa :nce lies behind ! ilam~ent and therefore less black- For advertising purpo ses, van-te bilat o a1' e d ets
th ins>lint on hercodor to ; e int; of the bulb. Argo n is as s-1 ous colors are neec. If' electricity,
a~~~~~~~~ gnoueeti h i eCd to fill CCrL:if types of tubes is passed throug!h :t, glastu~be fill-
bre~ithe bwu which, thirty-five Used in radio sets which are oper- ed with pure neon, an orange credl
r , cn ~~to exist. atecl from the Iili hi g circuit; and'lighlt is obtained: the addtition of : ayi, pt0 wi ;1f r u e s d i at r h r itl e c r a o ;iv " a b u
known thaiy thpe g whi Chmnowyrs.light. Green isobtaine~d by,:using
knlln Aeiran ir tl s whichilu Neo1n is more expensivei thaonlar-' a yellow glass tube w ith 1 the blue
for ~ ~ ~ ~ "01 mace.~ i~i o xs o , ostng about ;1.00 per culbic light. Helium in yellow glass g-ives
only i-1 the -'gn adws therefore, foot, Whlil^ a 5onuiChaft fipure2 ar-i a golden color. Althiough; neon is
mned lh'elitiiu. t oil can Ibe boughs;for . few cdol- 3expensive, the amount used iin a
Argn. ecme f i; nernes.Mars. Neon conducts electricity bet- sign is small becauit i is used at
is used In ilinri inc-,ndescen t evr h n any other gas~and there-; a very low pressure. The aZctual
eletri Itnrls, artculrlytheby glows with the orange red lightI cost of the lgas in a small tube
eletri lmps Patiulaly heso familiar in advertising signxs. three feet long is only a1 few cents.
smaill onts such as are' usedl in au- J.V
tonblelehig't.The large The color of the light is such thatl At the beginning of 1,his century
ones Harettilled \ thjP0~contaiin- it. is visible even in sunlight and it these gaseous eeeta uh
ink a little nil rogen1. Stial lamps will penetrate fog and haze farth- had no commercial inicne
giv mre igt ithitssconum- r Ula an,~ry oilier color. 'phis Today, their manufat'ctreandi
tioi f ~ieil ~t~h odemaukes it highly desirable for it-, represents ain inlve.,t mcmi 01oreii~

fir I problem was several steps nearer
The ottanli ng developmnentI
.viat the ann-ouincemnent by ilas I.
istrawri, chairman of the Citizens W
IRelief committee, that; a $2j,t0Q-;

Assocatcd 1'r~ss IPhoto3
Herbert L. Pratt, -
President of the Standard Coil
Company of New York, who, ac-i
cording; to charges made by the
Anti-Saloon league, has been grant- I
ed immunity from fines on liquorj
that was smuggledl into his estate.
Announce RateChanges
f or Flo Flying School
Announcement was made yester- I,
day by Lieut. Leonard Flo, presi-
dent of the Flo Flying school of the
reduction in rates to prospective
students of aviation during the
winter months. The reduction,
which took effect last week, has al-
ready created a stimulus in student
enrollment which was greatly in-~
creased as a result.
Flo recently returned from a~
photographic tour of the northern,
part i of the state, where he corn,-
pleted an air survey of the tern,-I
tory neighboing Gaylord and oth-.
or Michigan cities.
MUST PROVE RUM'S PRESENCEI
LANSING, Jan. 25.-Positives
proof of the presence of liquor is
required for convictions under the
prohibition laws, the supreme court
has ruled.

,tIUU ljool lk ie b i P.1edf'ctrPy IUSI- ; aEpRA&cjc L1ethis ul U
ness, industrial and railroad inter--! __________________
ests to loan money on tax arues-i-
f~orn,, tr PolTh,to
pmItion warrants. J. ;. Fenton, lti
However, the announcement was siltl ftrdsadcsos
ccompniexd by an ul~imatum that iitr ftae andt' frsom s, RAE THEATRE
no loans would be made until tine , who is the representative ro
public officials agreed to co-oper-1 Australia in the naval conference - ii, WestI-Imoi Street#
ate in cutting all possible expenses.1 being conduxcted at London. { Opposite Painters Restaur'ant {
F ridlay 'Was another pay clay for l ------SHO1WING-
13,200 teachers---but board of edt-Scals arFrm- SUND AY AND) MOND>AY Y
cation officials today were still Sod:%aAllaorIForkm _
seeking money to meet the payroll. Pot .oes Con'eec ~ ~ j A l iailkhf
IThe county boardl voted to pay - -- - -
back salaries of 4,000 employes in Plans for the socialist labor I G AD PtHY
tax anticipation warrants of smallI forum. which was scheduled to meet! ~ N YSEIA
denominations--to. be cashed at in Ann Arbor on the night of, Jan- NIGHT"
neighborhood stores and banks. ! uary 26 have been changed, it was-
Added to the crisis was the an-l announced by Richard. O'Neill, act- Also all ta lking Comsredy and mews -
inouncement fhrm trustees of, the1 ing state secretary of the socialist Tuesdlay
Chicago ;sanitary district that it; labor party yesterday. The hall in "OiLD CALIFORNIA"
must sell more than $6000,000 worth I which the forum was to have been'
of anticipation warrants or default ' held was refuised the committee iii
bond interest due Feb. 1.1 charge.

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A Sparkling Comedy By
VINCENT LAWRENCE
Friday and Saturday Nights
Box) iffce Sale Starts Tomorrow
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
All Seats 75 Cents Phone 6300

WAYNE AND LAFAYETTE, DETROIT
FRITZI SCEF
Is Presented in
VICTOR HERBTERT's MASTERPIECE
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TCHE NEW YORK PRODUCTION INTACT
Also
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Prices Evenings $1, $1,50, $2, .$2.50, $3.00
Sato Matinee $1, $1.50, $2-00

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CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
better Than "Lilac Time"

Colleen as a "Colleen." A
wild Irish rose scampering in
and out of romance. It's as
beautiful as Killarney. As
lively as an Irish jig. Packed
with romance front the land of
romance. Chockful of comedy
from the -_home of wit. It's
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