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Wadhams & Co.
Built by Hand
Write direct to the Factory
CAMPUS : TAIL OR
be your outfitter unless you
want the Best Woolens,
Accurate Fit, and Guar-
T HE road to Laundry Satis-
faction leads to our address.
The easiest way to insure the
proper conditioning of- your
clothes is to send us your soiled
linen and we will return it to
you refreshed and renewed.
Phone 2365 204 No. Main St.
No Job too Small or too Large
and other high
Fraternity and Social Stationery
MIMEOGRAPHING and PRINTINC
0. I3. MORRILL
322 South State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch)
Classes Just Starting. Enroll
State and William
RED CROSS WORK IN Spicy News From
Other Universities Calkins There is real qua
FRANCE IS EXTENSITE in Whitm.ns Cand
Rustic dress was an unusual fea- D
WHOLE FRONT SUPPLIED WITIF ture of the all-university party given Trut ' W y We sel
by the University of Kansas recently. Cimy f h
Girls were requested to wear gingham
LES and the boys came khaki clad.
Members of the Red Cross society Rouge is only a high grade of barn 324 So. State St. South U and Churob
in France are working harder than paint, according to Dr. Winthrop P.
ever before on problems of vital in- Haines of the University of Kansas,
terest to the French, British, and Am and is much cheaper , purchased in ?
erican soldiers. A complete report of gallon quantities.
the work was recently sent fronm th~/
Paris headquarters Several rods of cement sidewalk
A gift of $1,000,000 to needy sick andr,
wo "dd rechsodirsan" fmis ndwere constructed by the fresmen ofij Tailored to your
wounded French soldiers ard families Willamette university and presented I
of soldiers has just been complet to that institution as a memorial. TheI
The organization has established 20 whole job was done in two days and
dispensaries in the Americantarmy presentation was made with appropri-
zone for the resident civilian to im- ate ceremonies.
prove health conditions in that sec-
tion before the arrival of additionalS e
contingents from this country. Twenty-two thousand dollars has All wool Good dye
The report states that the society been subscribed to the Liberty loan
is providing a dental ambulance at a by the students of the University of
port in France for the use of American Kansas. One student solicited $1,800YFURNfSHINGS
soldiers and sailors, and that it has of the total sum.
organized _a nurses' service for Amer-GVRMN DIE OD- AST OQR K
ican army use.GOVERNMENT ADVISES WOOD VARSITY TOGGERY SKI
Limb Factory Planned TO REPLACE COAL AS FUEL
"We are providing an artificial limb
factory near Paris, and speciaf plant.3 Experiments Show Two Pounds of
for the manufacture of splints and Wood Have Fuel Value Equal
nitrous oxide gas," says the report. One Pound of Coal Try the
"We have contracts for a movable hos-
pital in four units, accommodating Washington, Oct. 30.-Pers'ons who
1,000 men. plan to relieve the coal shortage this for your Candies-both boxed and plain
"Our hospital distributing service winter by burning wood can figure,
sends to 3,423 French military hospit- roughly speaking, that two pounds of We make a specialty of light lunches. Call and try
als, and is laying in a large stock for seasoned wood have a fuel value equal them at
future needs. Our surgical dressings to one pound of coal, according to ex- he FoU ntain of Y outh
service supplies 2,000 French hospital; perts of the forest service.
and is preparing immense supplies for While different kinds of wood have Corner of State and E. Liberty
the American army. different fuel values, the foresters say
"We have opened a children's refuge that in general the greater the dry
and hospital at a point in the war zone weight of a non-resinous wood, the
where several hundred children have more heat it will give out when burn-
been gathered to keep them away ed.AR O D S O T C L Y TE
from danger of gas and shell fire. For such species as hickory, oak,
At another point among the wrecked beech, birch, hard maple, ash, locust,
villages we have established a medical and longleaf pine or cherry, which Instead of putting "Drops" into your eyes, then placing lens a
center and a travelling dispensary to have comparatively high fuel values, lens in front of Your eye until you say you think I have the right 4
accommodate 1,200 children." one cord, weighing about 4,000 pounds, I make my own measurements with your eves in their normal c
Work Involves Whole Front is required to equal one ton of coal. tions and tell you what kind of lenses you need.
The work of the Red Cross is per- It takes a cord and a half of short-
forming along the entire battle front leaf pine, hemlock, red gum, Douglas My advanced optical methods eliminate guess work and the u
is proving invaluable, The members fir, sycamore, or soft maple, which "drops" for testing eeys.
have taken over and are carrying on weights about 3,000 pounds to the Complete equipment enables me to give
and developing an extensive tubercu- cord, to equal a ton of coal, while for
losis work, which was formerly in cedar, redwood, poplar, catalpa, Nor- BETTER GLASSES AT LESS COST
charge of Mrs. Edith Wharton and way pine, cypress, basswood, spruce,
other Americans. and white pine, two cords, weighing
Arrangements to care for refugee about 2,000 pounds each, are required.
families during the winter months are The available heat value of a cord
being made on a large scale. The so- of wood depends also on the amount of, E iTL E. AR. 0L
ciety is also carrying on repair work moisture present. The greater amoun:M 1.
in four villages in the devastated re- of water in the wood the more heat is
gion, to enable returned families to lost.OPTOMETRIST-OPTICIAN
stay throughout the winter. Where wood is to be burned in a ,With Arnold and Co.. Jewelers
Red Cross members are organizing stove or furnace intended for coal, it 220 S. Main Street
extensive work for relief of Belgians, will be found desirable, the foresters
both children and grown people, and say, to cover the grate partly with0
warehouses near the Belgian front are sheet iron or fire brick, in order to
being constructed, in order that they reduce the draught. If this is not done der from 8:30 to 11:30 o'
may be ready to assist the Belgians the wood is wasted by being consumed Waterman gymnasium.
who may be liberated by a change in too fast, and makes a very hot fire Union N ews "jazz" orchestra of 12 pieces
the fighting line. which in a furnace may damage the ing banjorines, saxophones,a
Statistics Show Vastness of Work fire box. An unusually large number of stu- gel" horns, will furnish the m
Two hundred tons of supplies ar- dents have been taking out Union the occasion. Tickets will b
rive in Paris daily, and 125 tons are South American Countries May Unite memberships during the past few sale at 5 o'clock Thursday a
re-shipped to various branch ware- Mexico City, Oct. 30.-The purpose days. The membership roll has in- Nov. 8, at the Union office.
houses. The total warehouse capacity and plans of the meeting to be held creased considerably, and officials ex-
is 100,000 tons, and the warehouse shortly in Costa Rica of the five Cen- pect the follow-up campaign, which Misstatement Made About D
personnel numbers 125 men, many of tral American republics, Costa Rica, will start in a few days, to bring the The Daily wishes to correct
whom are volunteers. Honduras, San Salvador, Guatemala, number of members above that of ment which it published last;|
The transportation department, with and Nicaragua, are being made widely last year. concerning the Doble Steam i
a personnel of about (400 men, handles known through Latin American coun- car does not run 5,000 to 8,0
the supplies and furnishes automo- tries by the diplomatic representa- Sunday afternoon gatherings will on one gallon of kerosene, a
biles for use in Red Cross work. It tives of the five countries. be resumed on Nov. 25, after the but does this mileage on a g
has an organized force at every port They will discuss a proposal to close of the football season. The lubricating oil. Mr. Doble c
in France, and is able to handle about make one republic of the five states meetings will be strictly informal. mileage of 21 to 31 miles on
350 tons of supplies daily. and also will formulate a new treaty of kerosene.
Approximately 400 motor cars, 250 to take the place of the Washington
of which trucks of various sizes, are convention signed in 1907, which ex- soapebecomera permanentbody with LibeyCuthbert Nuptials An
pmlydeeydy I diinte ires this year. so eoeapraetbdwt ie.uhetNpil n
employed every day. In addition the headquarters at the Union building. The marriage of Ivan N. C
Red Cross is preparing to operate a CE to Miss Minney A. L
motor bus line through Switzerland Goodbye Rats; Ferrets Declare War Consideration will be given to pro- 'E o M .
fromGeranyto the French border to London,. Oct. 30.-There will soon per methods of food conservation and been announced. Mrs. Cuthbe
-from Germany special committees will launch an ed- uated from the University
aid in transportation of repatries ano be a "corps of ferrets" on the Western
exchanged prisoners. -front for the purpose of helping to ucational campaign to help Hoover. home i 1915.
Thrope r tpresent 1
clear out the enormous rats now in- The couple are at, sn
Dr. Drury Accepts Marquette Position festing the galleries in the chalk Scenarios for the annual opera Detroit, where Mr. Cuthbert
Dr. C. P. Drury, '14M, who has been hills left by the Germans in their re- must be in the hands of the president, nected with the Pioneer Tra
connected with the University health treat. George F. Hurley, '18L, by Saturday, poration and with the U. S.I
service for two years, has resigned The ferrets are now being mobilized Nov. 3. corporation.
to accept a position as health officer at and several hundreds have already
Marquette. His successor had not been shipped. . After the Union committees for the But WhoWants to Be a Wagon
been named yesterday. year 1917-18 have been appointed, The longest wagon bridge
Dr. Drury will leave for Marquette New liquor laws have resulted in there is to be a general meeting of world, 10,392 feet in length,
early next month. closing 2,092 barn throughout New the chairmen and committeemen. an arm of Lake Fond d'Or
York state, of which 379 were in Man- The exact date has not been set. Standpoint, Idaho. It require
You can get those Neolin Soles hattan. - 109 feet of lumber, which
put on at Paul's Place. 611 E. Wil- The Union plans to use a number of 2,748 cedar, fiir, and tamarac
lia.m while you wait.-Adv. Dancing at Armory every Saturday freshmen this year for committee pur- the combined weight of which
night from 9 to 12. Admission 75c.- poses in order to instill into them the proximately 7,478,000 pounds
The Daily's specialty is service tOAdv. Michigan ideals and to prepare them
for future committee positions. Prof. Brumm Speaks at Newb
Prof. J. R. Brumm of the
A, STRONGER The intercollegiate intelligence bu- ic department will speako
reau is receiving numerous applica- Besetting Sins," at 4:30 o'clock
guarantee could not be written. -tions from Washington for men to ternoon at Vespers in Newbe
It is unlimited in its scope and fill technical positions. Information Mrs. Vernon Luther of the S
duration. in regard to these may be obtained Music will sing.
SWEETEST TONE PIANO at the Union, the headquarters of the
IN THE *ORLD Michigan branch of the bureau. The United States will send
( I----of vegetable seeds to France.
Through an error it was announced
GRINNELL BROS. that the Union membership dance Ladies coats relined. Aber
116 So. Main St. would be held Nov. 3, the correct date 217 S. Main St. Upstairs
being Nov. 10. Dancing will be in or- Mack & Co.-Adv.
"The Shop of Quality"
If it's not right we. make it right
- PHONE 273 -
WOOLEN 'MILLS WILL WEAVE
CHEAPLY FOR NEEDY FRENCH
Paris, Oct. 30.-Two and a half
million yards of "nationalrcloth" are
to be woven Without profit by the
leading woolen mills of France and
sold exclusively to families receiving
assistance of some sort from the
A proposition for the weaving of
a uniform "national cloth" for all'
classes of consumers was abandoned'
as being unnecessary because the
weavers demanded the opportunity
to sell part of their product at
a normal profit, since a consid-
erable part of their output will
be supplied at no profit at
all. Clothing will accordingly be
higher for those who ban pay and
cheaper for those for whom the state
Try our Chop Suey
Chinese and American Dishes
WAI KING LOO
Joe Gin, Prop.
314 S. State St. Phone 1244-M
Radio Military nEYER- E Fountain Pens
WristWatches y Waterman
$4.25 to $21 o $We' a" and ConKlin
U. of M. Jewelry
Schlanderer & Seyfried
ENSIGN D. A. NICHOLS, '1SE,
LEAVES FOR DUTY IN LONDON
Ensign Dudley A. Nichols, '18E, has
been summoned to London, where he
is to report to Admiral Sims for duty
with the U. S. destroyer fleet.
While at Michigan, Ensign Nichols,
who is a member of Theta Xi frater-
nity, was in charge of the University
wireless station. His work in that
capacity enabled him to secure a com-
mission in the .navy when war broke
out. Since receiving his commission
he has been in charge of the radio
school at the Great Lakes training sta-
Recreation makes for Efficiency.
"We try to treat you right." * Huston
Gasoline 23c, Polarine 50c. Staebler
& Co., 117 8. Ashley St.-Adv.
FOR SALE - $40.00 Vega Banjo-man-
dolin with case, $17.00. Also $70.00
trombone with case $25.00. Inquire
at 1122 Washtenaw Ave. . f
FOR RENT-Pleasant single room 832
E. University Ave. Phone 1508-W.
e in the
k this af-
-Will the party who traded tan
ncoats at the Nickels Arcade'
ce Fiesta Saturday night, please.