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T'i fE MICITGAN DAILY

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If you want

HCaaign Hat
of distinctive quaity
Buy a Set

adhars &Co.

State Street Store

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ATOISTS SO( ETIDE1S OIL
i; clothes as well as their ma-
^t " ie,, No matter. They can send
arments here where our dry
cl.a~ang will remove all traces of oil,
g'ase, grime or any other stain and
e i thenas good as ever again.
;;o if you get oil or grease onl your
el 3' don't worry. Send them here
i' el aning.

AN ARBOR STEAM
DYE WORKS

K SHIRTS
AND
ES CLOTHES

FOR
EVERYTHING
ELECTRICAL
No ,Jole too Small or too Large
WASHTENAW
ELECTRIC SHOP
"The Shop of Quality"
i lts not right we make it right
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TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS
NEED NEWSANITARIUM
FACILITIES CAN ACCOMODATE
ONLY ONE-THIRD OF SF-
FERERS
"Facilities for caring for tubercu-
lar people in this state are inade-
quate, as there are only 13 sanitar-
iums, and several of these are small,
poorly equipped, and not under expert
medical direction," said Dr. E. R. Van
der Slice, medical field secretary of the
Michigan Anti-tuberculosis associa-
tion, yesterday. He further stated that
although there are about 3,000 deaths1
per year from tuberculosis, that all the
sanitariums in the state contain only
4,000 beds.
Soldiers Need Care
"The need for better facilities is
especially urgent at this time, since so
many soldiers are being returned ont
account of the disease," Dr. Van der?
Slice said, "We have thus far receiv-
ed the names of 800 discharged sold-
iers and have sent literature to all, of3
them."
"We have had- a large number of re-
plies from the soldiers, and are daily
getting in touch with more of them,"
continued the doctor. "Up to this
time we have examined over 100, and
have sent about 15 to sanitariums.
Several more are waiting until there
is room for them."
"Others in whom the disease was
not far advanced are advised to go on
with their work, and place themselves
under the supervision of their home
doctors," he added.
Matter Being Considered
Dr. Van der Slice said that the asso-
ciation is trying to impress upon the
people of the state the need for definite
action toward building additional san-
itariums as soon as possible. Some
counties in the state are considering
the matter of building jointly owned
institutions but no definite action has
yet been taken.
Gives Proof That
Dreams are True
St. Louis, Mo., June 4 - Mrs. Dor-
othy Snell, of this city, has what she
considers substantial proof that
dreams come true. Three years ago
she obtained a divorce from her hus-
band and received a decree of sea-
rate maintenance. Since that time
she has been unable to collect ali-
mony, although she was certain her
husband possessed securities suffi-
cient to meet the court's order.
Several nights ago she had a
dream, she says. She saw a familiar
house and a sub-cellar, and in 'it a
peculiarly marked spot, and beneath
the spot a box. In the dream she saw
herself opening the box and discov-
ering the missing securities.
Upon awakening she went immedi-
ately to the house of her dreams-
the one in which she and her hus-
band had lived. She took a spade
and within a few moments, she de-
clarwo, she struck a box. In it she
says she found two notes for $700,
each secured by a deed of trust; a
deed of trust for $2,000 with a note
attached and a quitclaim deed to a
lot in a St. Louis suburb.
She took the papers to her attor-
ney who turned the securities over to
the sheriff who is preparing to sell
them to satisfy Mrs. Snell's claims for
back alimony, amounting to $1,500.

MILITARY NEWS
Both regiments of the R. 0. T. C.
will form in line in their regular plac-
es at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon, and
march down to the Varsity ball game.
In case of rainy weather, or post-
ponement of the game, quizzes will
be held by the captains of the vari-
ous companies.
Cecil Corbin, ex-'17, of Alpena,
arrived Sunday from Texas, where
he has been stationed at an
aviation camp, for treatment for in-
juries received in a flight over the
aviation field. Corbin's injuries will
probably prohibit him from re-enter-
ing the flying branch of the service.
While in the University he was one
of the Varsity star track men. He is
a member of the Zeta Psi fraternity.
Paul R. Kempf, ex-'20, has been ad-
mitted to the ensign school, Chica-
go. Kempf took part in the Mid-
ight Son's Quartette in the numer-
ous Glee Club concerts. He is a
member of the Phi Kappa Psi frater-
nity.
ilore Notables on
Dumping Ground
Nine more shades of the past are
expected to arrive today at their final
haven of rest, or unrest, behind the
engineering building. De Green
Spook, Bingo Special, the Flying
Mare, and other worthy notables in
the automobile heaven, have out-
grown their favor and the Univer-
sity has deemed it necessary to bring
a few more ghosts of former glory
to this last dumping ground.
The invalids which are expected to
arrive today are of five different na-
tionalities. Three are Buicks, three
are Oaklands, one is a Ford, one an
Elmore, and one a Perry, the last
race now almost extinct.
To daily passers-by, it would seem
that some out-door operating room
were being conducted by the engi-
nieering college for the benefit of de-
crepit or malformed "hunkatins," and
this is in reality the function of the
automobile heaven.
I(unning the Scale
Twenty-five graduates of the Univer-
sity School of Music will receive diplo-
mas at the commencement exercises
to be held at 10 o'clock Thursday.
morning, June 20. Prof. F. W. Kelsey,
president of the school, will preside.
Dr. A. A. Stanley will give an address,
followed by a musical program given
by the following artist pupils: Lucy
Cannon, '18, Lucille Colby, '18, Helen
Grieve, Clara Lundell, and Verna
Luther.
Mr. Chas. A. Sink has returned from
a 10 days' trip to New York.
Mr. Jamnes- Hamilton will sing
Hiawatha's Wedding Feast by Cole-
ridge Taylor, at the June Festival to
be held Friday evening at Flint.
Mine. Margarete Matzenauer has
been engaged to reappear with the
Metropolitan Opera company next sea-
son. In addition to doing her recitals,
she will be soloist with many of the
leading orchestras, among them the
Philadelphia and Cincinnati symphon-
ies.

Calkins
Drug
Co.

IStraw

Hat Time

Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Ave.
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FRESH PEACHES
FRESH PINEAPPLES
FRESH CHERRIES

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It is a good time now
to turn in your old Kodak
on a new Kodak or Graflex

(PRICES RIGHT)

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Nursing offer's to womnen an oppor-
tunity fur patriotic service, a splendid
preparation for life and a profession of
broad social usefuln,,ss.
Washington University gives a three
years' course in Nur-sing. Theoretical
instruction is given in the University,
clinical instruction in the wards of the
Barne- and St. Louis Childrent's Hlos-
. itals, WVashington University Dispen-
sary and Social Service Departmecnt.
Six mwths' credit is offered to appli-
cants having an A.B. or B.S. degree
fr-om this college.
,Address inquiries to the Supt. of
Nurses, Barnes Hospital, boo South
Kingshighway, St. Louis, Mo.
I)E31ONSTRATIONS IN BAKING~
w tAR BRLEA) ARE TO BE GIVEN
Practical Demonstrations in the
baking of wheatless bread and cakes
will be given at the food show to be
held this week in Ann Arbor, wider
the auspices of the Michigan state
food and drug bureau. The exhibit
will be held daily from 10 o'clock in
the morning until 10 o'clock ,at night
from Wednesday until Saturday of
this week in the city Y. M. C. A. Meat
substitutes and other forms of con-
servation foods will also Pe exhibited
at this time.
Among the food experts who will
be present at the demonstration are:
Mr. Mervin Jones, state chemist;
Miss Mabel Mosher, assistant state
chemist; Mr. Francis of the Corn
Products Refining company, and Miss
Edith Blackman, of the Michigan
State Normal college faculty.

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STUDENTS
want to make $100 or more
ring vacation with an article
itself? Has no competition
universial demand: Write at
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, Wisconsin.-AdV.
CASH prices paid for Med-
al, and Law Books. Biddle,
Arcade.-Adv.

LASS IE
ADVERTISING

Youths Fined in Doty's Court Dorothy Hall tihen $5'0 lebli
Four Ann Arbor boys were arrest- Dorothy Hall, of Toledo, U., a grad
ed yesterday morning charged with uate in chemical engineering thi
disturbing the peace. They were Ru- year, has been granted one of th
dolph Gurle, Edwin Gurk, Leanard University fellowships for the ensu
Bucholz, and Dick Knope. ing year. The fellowship 2arrie, wil
The young men were arrested about it a stipend of $500.
2 o'clock Monday morning while rid- This summer Miss Hall will be witl
ing on horseback up and own the the Barrett Chemical company f
streets of the city. They were riding Philadelphia as a mechanical engi
at a gallop and were shouting and neer. She will return in the fail for,
disturbing the sleep of the public graduate work.
with their noise; When taken before
Justice Doty, they were fined $5 Dancing Friday niglts at tAi
each and costs for disturbing the ory.-Adv
peace.--

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CAILLAUX, FORMER FRENCH
PREMIER, SHOWS COOLNESS
Paris, June 4.-Joseph Caillaux, the
former premier of France whose con-
duct is being investigated by a com-
mittee to learn whether a charge of
treason shall be made against him,
surprised his investigators by the
coolness with which he met all charg-
e. W in he left the chamber after a
session befur! the comittee, he gave
another evden'e of bis sang-froid.
Not, a cab was to e found.
"Sapristi," cried M. Caillaux as he
looked in vain for a friendly cab-driv
er. TIhen an idea struck hind, and he
approached a motor-car containi~ng
police detectives.
"Is it you who are shadowing me
he asked.
"Yes, monsieur," said one of the
detectives, surprised.
"Very well, then," said Caillaux
"take me home." and he entered their
car,
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Phone 1z'. 422-7

Your
Personal
Appearance

Reaze for yourself the
pleasure of H~ome Cooked2
Food. F rices Reasonabe..

"I

LOST
esday on S. University be-
rashtenaw and Engineering
at 1 o'clock a two dollar
urn to Barbour Gymnasium-.
ex box. Call 2139-W.
g Log Slide Rule. Name C.
stamped on end of case..
ne 603.
FOR RENT
T-431 S. Division St. Nice-
hed front room, suitable for
pie, in private home. Also
arage. Phone 1464-W.
FOUJND___
'ountain pen on South Uni-
Call 79-J after Saturday.

FOR SALE

FOR SALE-Single volume Michigan
Reports, practically as good as new.
Will be sold cheap. Also Practice
and other Law Books if desired.
FOR SALE-Black leather travelling
bag at a bargain. Call 1415-M be-
tween 11 and 12 a. m.
FOR SALE--Piano. Excellent condi-
.tion. Exceptional bargain if taken
at once. Phone 1074-R.
WANTED
WANTED-Light housekeeping rooms
for the summer. Near campus. About
June 25. Lieut. 1Hall, telephone
Univ. 139. Hdg U. of M. Training
Detachment.

Joseph Sutherland
brought before Justice
ed with exceeding the
He was fined $13.45.

Dancing Friday nights at the Arm-
was also ory.-Adv.
Doty, charg- -
speed limit. Patronize a Daily Advertiser one
and you will patronize him again.

There should be a Victrola i
every home
Holy about yours?
Prices from $20.00 to $400.00
MAKE YOUR TERMS
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