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a whole year. Any students interested
in adopting an orphan shoud com-
S UI I U municate with Mrs. W. H. Wait on
r U n1706 Cambridge road, who will fur-
HT Fnish one of the names sent by Madam
Jusserand.
The Navy league has established a
Has Given $903.14 to Suffering During clipping bureau for the men of the
Present War and Many Cloth. navy and the Daughters have en-
ing Supplies dorsed this work and are working to
supply the men on boats with reading
MAKE GARMENTS FOR SOLDIERS matter. Directors for making comfy
kit bags have also been furnished Mrs.
The National Society of the Daugh- Wait.
ters of the American Revolution was The woman's section of the Navy
league is putting out a national eco-
charere on eceber2, 195.Thenomics course by corrcspondcnce.
organization submits its annual report nhis co h r tynen.
to congress for approval. During the This comsmittee has heartily en-
Spanish-American war the society dorsed the Nellie Custis Cook Book on
wa iediet, the author being Mrs,
served the United States government wategner, wife of Professor R. W. Heg-
in several ways, giving $941.55, and
sending innumerable surgical supplies ner, of the zoology department.
and 22 nurses.
During the present war, up to Oc- -
tober 16, 1916, it contributed the fol- SELECI OFICERS FOR

FOOD CITY TO GET
PRISON CAMP, HINT
Presence of Troop Cantonment lay
Cause nterment of Enemies
'I'ere

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GilE CANNING COURSE
A [LNSINC ITIS WEEK
Ileelings Will Afford Opportunity to
Learn Food Consernation
Methods
A canning course program will be
ien at the Michigan Agricultural
colic e in East lansing today and to-
morrow and will be open to 'ay wom-

ANN ABOBHAS SANE
CELEGHAIONON FOURIH
No Fires or Injrius leported; North.
side of CityeB1ilds41l Bu-
Fire
Ann Arbor's Fourth of July cele-
bration yesterday, if there was any,
was the sanest kind of celebration the
city ohs ever had.
Firecrackers and fire-works were in
Pvirdpnc -horn and ti rhii bt in such

lowing:
Belgian relief ..............$ 37.30
Red Cross ................... 232.24
Red Cross Ambulance......... 109.60
General war fund.............482.50
French orphans.............. 37.50
Belgian Christmas fund 4.00'
Total ............ ........$903.14
Since October 16 the Daughters
have paid for, cut, and made 65,000
garments and many supplies for the
hospitals in France.
The national society now has a na-
tional war relief service committee.
Mrs. Mathew Scott of Washington,
general chairman; Mrs. A. S. Burle-
son, secretary; Mrs. W. H. Wait, local
chairman. This committee has en-
dorsed the undertaking of the Navy
league and has supplemented the out-
fits with sweaters, mufflers, helmets
and wristlets on destroyers, cruisers
and on gunboats.
Tte Navy league has prepared for
them a special pamphlet, containing
biographies of the Revolutionary
heroes who have vessels named in
honor of them. At a meeting of the
national society, knitting for these
men was made a branch of the war
relief work.
The Daughters of Michigan have
taken two large destroyers and a tor-
pedo boat to supply and keep supplied.
Michigan's plan for keeping these men
supplied was adopted by the national
society as a model plan for all the
states.
A bulletin containing pictures of
these garments has been issued and
Mrs. Wait has a number of copies
which she will be glad to give to any
girl hr group of girls who wish to
knit.
At the same time the Daughters
have been able to obtain a list of the
names, birthdays, addresses, present
guardians, and occupations of parents,
if living, of French orphans. The list
is supplied by Madam Jusserand, an'
American woman. Thirty-six dollars
and fifty cents pays for an orphan for
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
South Main Street State Street Office
Corner Huron l 330 So. State St.
A 000 STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED

NEW FORESI HEIMENT
Recruiting Under Way; May Be
Among First of Troops Sent
to Europe
Washington, July 4.-The roster of
commissioned officers in the "forest
regiment," or as the war department
designates it, the Tenth reserve en-
gineers (forest), has just been an-
nounced and includes two regular
army officers, 15 foresters from the
United States forest service and two
from the forest branch of British Co-
lumbia, one lumberman from the In-
dian forest service, and 13 foresters
and lumbermen taken from private or
institutional work.
While designed to serve primarily as
a mobile logging and milling crew, the
regiment will be organized on mili-
tary lines and its members will be
uniformed and armed like other units
in the United States army. The first
duty of its officers and men will be
to learn military discipline and team-
work through thoroughgoing drill at
training camps. .
For the logging crews skilled axe-
men, sawyers, tie hewers, skidders,
teamsters, and blacksmiths are being
enlisted. Millwrights, sawyers, and
engineers are to man portable saw-
mills which will form part of the
equipment, while suitable helpers for
the various activities connected with
woods operations and the maintenance
of large camps will be picked up.
The prompt recruiting of this regi-
ment will, it is expected, enable it to
be among the first to carry the flag of
the United States abroad.
PASTORS MEET AND DISCUSS
RURAL SOCIOLOGICAL PROBLE31S
East Lansing, July 5.-Lined up for
the "march of progress," one hundred
rural pastors from various parts of
Michigan assembled at the Michigan
Agricultural college here today to dis-
cuss the country church and social life.
Visiting clergymen were, for the
most part, housed in college dormi-
tories.

.tattle Creek, Mich. July 4.-In- I
timation is current that Battle Creek
miight have a prison camp, in addi-
tion to its Michigan-Wisconsii mil-
itary cantonment.
D~etroit has been suggested for this
purpose but it is said the amp willr
he placed near a body of United Stats.
soldiers larger than Ft. Wayne is like
ly to have.-
United States Marshal henry Bil-
randt in the city recently, declaredb he
expected the placing of a prison eam'
near Battle fCreek because this city
will have more soldiers than any other1
point in this part of the country.
Enemy aliens under suspicion or ae-
ttutlly under arrest will, of course, be
tenants of the camp, wherever it is sit-
uateibut at resett it is unlikely
that any German war prisoners hildr
in France, England, or other allied1
countries will be brought here.
Guards to Profeet Camp
Two hundred soldiers of the Mich-t
igan National Guard are expected toi
arrive here to guard the cantoment
grounds and buildings, following ae
telegram to the ar dpartment by
tajor Morian, constructionqualrte-
master
SOLD EXPORIS WOIORT
FINANCIAL EXPERIS
Reversal of ide ieres Proof That
Country Needs Beer'
Proection
Washington, July 4.-The financial
experts are concerned over the revers-
al of the gold tide of late. For months
and months it flowed as stoodily as
blew the trade winds in their season
to our shores. Now there has been a
change in the current. The gold ex-
ports exceed the imports.
One explanation is that the change
was inevitable, once the United States
became a participant in the war with
the Entente Alies. The import move-
ment of gold was due lorgely to the
omaking of payments for munition pur-
chases in this country. With pur
chases made through the credits
which the United States is now ex-
tending, the import of the yellow met-
al will be checked.
Japan is in the Lead
It will be noticed. however, that of
the countries to which gold is being
exported from the United States in
disturbing quantites Japan is in the
lead. When did Japan engage in mun-
itions purchosing here? And whatt
credits have been extended to that na-
tion for purchases in the future?
Japan has a better way of extracting
the desirable metal. It is neither in
dispraise of her value as a war ally or
as a farseeing nation from another
standpoint to say that her factories
have been working day ani nisit
in the manufacture of war material
and olso of the thousand and one
articles of peace material, the one
character of production being senth
to the Europeon battlefields and the
other filling the windows of Amer-
ican shops.
Floods the Americani market
The latted alone furnishes the true
explanation of the gold withdrawals
by Japan. If she has the credits her"
it is betcause she con 11od at large
profits the American markets with her
own wares, while she buys little of
our own. The balance of trade works
in her favor.
The differences in the condition of
production make this state of affairs
'possible.

en who are interested. ''
Tisnal proprtions that no disturbance
ViTe t ill tiffr rarills otuin- ixas cretted. A large bon-fire, held oi
ity' Io lteiin thet'mettiods of fottill-stemsii tl fterie raiit
eation o len to teach the heor ide of the river proved to
s hersi a tlr h be the only real spectacle of the
to otheres. sFourth. For years, the large fire has
There wiii be a dtemonstration today hieciithein e utf mitnis of enjsyinig the
of the canning of vegetables, carrots. tay on the iitmhsije.
bieets, all(] tomatoes. At 2:'10 o'cloci . onts fe othitie.etartment of
there will also be a demonstration i .ot r t o romh fir ptmnof
how to sn green vegetables. At 7:30 tyn tity tent tost' that us fres
o'clock there will be a tals on fooi tsre orsa. Nitsuries yere reported
coservation. At 9 o'clock tomorroiui k jthirs fat.
lihen' wsilltie a demnioistratittntof can- ____________
ning soft fruits and at 2:10 o'clock 'resdel I? 'etes hal
hard fruits and the drying of fruits. .iontsin, July 4.- iVian
There are no fees connected wit h ,thesChin. J 4pre.idetl, with two
this course. Registration ill be it ttnat. ened from th tr
? t endants, ersc :ph d from the palace
the dean's oftice in the women's build-
. 7 by a. roar tdoocr1tnIigh~t ami Isontl
ing. Inquiries should be directed to . .
refugpe im the Jananiiese lc atfion.
M iss Georgia L. White, dean of mlisti
economics, East Lmansin. Michigan,
Those who wish to recmi for te C ,7 P S V E Y
night can find rooms in the immediate Open Durins SummerS chool
vicinity. A list of available rooms call It A. M. to P.t.
be secured upon registration at the MICHIGAN .
wlomen's building.
Summer SchoolSupplies
fo LYNDONS, 719 N. University Ave.
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