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WtW"'iSDAY, JULY 16, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THRM

PAGU THIWNI

A NN UAL CONVENTION
OF ADVERTISERS OPENED
BULLETIN
London, July 15,-(By A.P.Q-
The international advertising con-
vention will meet at Houston,
Texas, in 1925. This city was
the unanimous choice of the
delegates in session here today.

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Democratic Standard-Bearers Meet For Pow-Wow

HEALTH COMMISSIONER
DELIVERS FIVE LECTURES
"Detroit is the safest city in United
States to live in," says Dr. Henry P.
Vaughn, the Public Health Commis-
sioner of Detroit. Dr. Vaughn has
given five lectures here on public
health. His object in the lectures
was to give the administrative work
don by the Public Health Department
as he said, he tried to bring Detroit
into the four walls of the lecture
room. The Department of Health is
trying to give the people the very best,

medical aid in hopes that they will
continue to demand the best medical
services on every occasion. Those who
attended the lectures for the most
part were teachers, physicians and
those interested in public health. Dr.
Vaughn was very much impressed by
the interest shown here.
As far as the small pox condition in
Detroit is concerned, the disease is
entirely stamped out, and eighty five
percent of the people are vaccinated.
making Detroit the safest city in the
United States.
Paris, July 15.-The chamber of de-
puties adopted the amnesty bill by a
vote of 325 to 158.

The twenieth annual convention of
the Associated Advertising Clubs of
the world was opened July 14, at the
Wembley Park Stadium, London, by
his Royal Highness, the Prince of
Wales. Prominent advertising ex-
perts, and business men from all parts
of the world were in attendence. Ap-
proximately 1800 of the 3,000 foreign
delegates came from the United States
and Canada, the remainder from the
principal countries of Europe and
Asia.
The program of the first day of ar-
rival, Saturday, offered entertain-
ments and receptions and the ships,
"Lancastria" and "Republic", bring-
ing more than a thousand delegates
from the United States, were met by
a reception committee of the Mayor
and Aldermen of Southhampton and a
committee of the Chamber of Com-
merce.
At the first general sessions of the
convention, Harry Tipper, Secretary
Class Journal Company of the United
State's Publisher's Association, and
chairman of the American Program
Committee and Lou Holland, Presi-
dent of the Associated Advertising
Clubs of the forld, gave addresses.
General sessions will be held each day
and departmental sessions, which in-
clude every phase of advertising, this
afternoon and Wednesday.
Exhibits at the Stadium are said
to be the most complete ever prepar-
ed and arrangement has even been
made for outdoor advertising exhibits.
It is felt that this international
meeting will benefit all who attend
and aid in the understanding of var-
ed advertising problems.
"THE BLACK FLY", CAMP
DVIS PPER APPEARS
Prof. Clarence Johnson reports that
the baseball team from Camp Davis
was beaten 14-6 in a game last Sat-
urday. "However we do not feel bad-
ly as this is traditional, and we would
have an uncomfortable feeling if we
won."
The following are clipped from "The
Black Fly", the official newspaper of
the camp. It is printed in blue print
form, and is all on one large sheet
of paper.
"After many false starts our diving
stand has finally been raised to its
position of usefulness, and many have
tried it even from the highest stand.
Ocassionly we notice a tidal wave
sweep along the beach when some
heavy bird turns "a little bit too far."
"Since Professor Bouchard has vis-
ited Hollywood we suggest that he be
appointed as chairman of the com-
mittee to judge the annual Beauty
contest over at the Bug camp."
"Much interest has of late been cen-
tered about the three-bulb radio set
installed in the . club house. Each
evening here is quite a large circle
of interested listeners gathered round
the south end getting the returns
from the Democratic convention as
they come in."
"There is a fine new piano in the
club house. Ever since its arrival the
camp has been well furnished with
good music during the recreation
hours. The sound of this floating
down State street makes camp seem
a trifle more home-like."
STATISTICS INDICATE
DEPENDENCY INCREASE
More than 800,000 persons are at
prtesent conflzted in asylums, pefii-

tentiaries, jails, and homes for the f
lependent, according to statistics just
issued by the Department of Com-
merce at Washington. The report re-
veals that, in general, the number of
inmates in the institutions listed,
which includes federal;, state, city,
county and private institutions for
criminals, defectives, epileptics, the
mentally diseased, the dependent, and
the feeble-minded, has incrased con-
siderably over last year.
In the hospitals for mental disease,
there were found to be 290,457 pati-
ents on Jan. 1, 1923. This is an in-
year, which seems to be an alarming
figure for insanity. The psychopathic,
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On All Cars- Tomorrow, July 17th
Reduction on Every Car
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crease of more than 10,000 in the last
wards of the general hospitals show
200 less patients treated than In 1922,
but this does not materially decrease
the total number.
STILES' SECOND TALK
ON POLLUTION OF SOIL
Dr .Charles W. Stiles delivered his
second lecture yesterday in the Na-
tural Science auditorium. The sub-
ject for his discussion was "Soil Pol-
lution."
Dr. Stiles showed a number of lan-
tern slides illustrating his lecture of
Monday and concerning especially
diseases and bacteria occuring among
Asiatic and African peoples. He em-
phasized again the importance of not
repeating the crime committed in
bringing the black race to this coun-
try, by allowing the immigration of
hordes of yellow men.
"The Public Health service today,"
said Dr. Stiles, "is attempting to pro-
tect your children and grand children.
It might be a hundred years before
the disease spreads, but the welfare
of the future would be imperiled.
Dr. Stiles in experiments perform-
ed recently has disproven the old
theory that bacteria did not travel in
the soil farther than 10 feet except
in limestone regions. The questiqn
of how far bacteria travels from the
point of pollution has been the basis
for much discussion and experimenta-
tion. Dr. Stiles in experiments con-
ducted or the Federal Public Health
service found that infection travels
only on the top of the ground water.
The bacteria can live only in moist
soil or flowing water. We owe our
pure drinking water therefore to the
alternation of wet and dry seasons,
for in the dry seasons these bacteria
are left stranded in the dry earth
and die. In the course of a year the
experiments showed that the bacteria
traveled 210 feet. The practical re-
sults of these experiments will be
given in Dr. Stiles lecture this after-
noon.
Patronized Daily Advertisers.
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M. Kalaw.
FOR SALE
TYPEWRITER and cover. Excellent
condition. Cheap. Phone Pearson,
981-R.
GRAY HAND bag, trimmed in green
beads. Monday night. Call 452 or
1205 Hill. Reward.
STEEL-CUT bead bag containing gold
watch. Reward. Phone 1013-J.
FOUND
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sum of money. Call 610 Forest
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Coming Next Week
On the Stage: CIFF NICHOLS and
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"YOUNGER GENERATION"
Watch for the sereen feature

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Friday and Saturday
Harry Carey in
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Next Week
Herbert Rawlinson in
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