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PRESENT HEALTH SURVEY
AT MEETINGOf COUNCIL.
Report Referred to Meeting With
Question of Bonding City for
Water Works Extension
Dr. John Wessinger, city health of-
ficer, presented the full report of the:
health survey to the common council
at the meeting of the board last night.
The report will be considered at a spe-
cial meeting at which the question of
bonding the city to the sum of $75,000
for the extension of the water works
will be further considered.
Dr. Wessinger's report showed that
there were 13,000 chickens in the city,
and pigs were kept in inclosures with-
in the city limits. The report recom-
mended the revision of the milk or-
dinance, the nuisance ordinance, and
the passage of an ordinance regulat-
ing the sale of bottled waters or bot-
tled soft drinks in the city. A better
city health organization was also rec-
ommended and a full time health of-
ficer asked for.
The monthly salary of Herbert Em-
erson, chemist, was raised from $30
to $50. This was done upon the recom-
mendation of the board of water com-
missioners who desire daily tests of
the city water supply.
The council also voted to authorize
the street commissioners to buy as
much gravel from the Michigan Union
cellar as is necessary for a price not
exceeding $1 per cubic yard delivered.
The city marshal reported a total of
fines for the month of October of $245
and a total of costs assessed of $426.60.
COUNTY, STATE, AND PRES-
IDENTIAL POLLS BOLD STAGE
(Continued from page one)
M. Laird (R), Floyd E. Daggett (R),
Charles E. Rebert (D), and Frank C.
Cole (D); coroner, Samuel W. Burch-
field (R), Christian F. Kapp (D), and
good (D); and drain commissioner,
Leo J. Kennedy (D); surveyor, Web-
ster H. Pearce (R), and Manly Os-
Clayton E. Deake (R), and James
Many Out for Re-election.
Charles E. Townsend is running for
re-election to the United States sen-
ate, and Samuel W. Beakes wishes to
represent the second district in the
house of representatives another term.
Frank L. Covert is out for re-election
to the state senate. On the county
ticket the following are up for an-
other term: William H. Murray for
judge of probate, Herman G. Linden-
schmitt for sheriff, George Beckwith
for clerk, William A. Seery for register
of deeds, Carl A. Lehman for prose-
cuting attorney, Frank C. Cole and
Floyd E. Daggett for circuit court com-
missioners, Samuel W. Burchfield and
Leo J. Kennedy for coroners, Webster
H. Pearce for surveyer, and Clayton
E. Deake for drain commissioner.
WILL RENEW GAS CO. FRANCHISE
Common Council Referrs Ordinance to
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
Trues -q-Henry Walthall in "Pillars of
Society." Also Triangle Comedy,
Wed.8-GeraldineFarrar in "Maria
Thurs.-Fri.-)-zo-Mae Murray in "The
Big Sister." Also Bray Cartoons.
do to Hats
Wed. & Sat.
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Tues.-7-Thomas Dixon's "The Fall
of a Nation." Mat. 25c. Eve. 33c.
Wed.-t-Alice Brady in "The Gilded
Cage"; Mutt & Jeff Cartoon, :5c.
Thu.-9-William FArnum & Neil Ship-
man in "Fires of Conscience."
Fri..xo Lionel Barr more in "The Brand
of Cowardice" and Drew Comedy.
A New Supply
of Laundry Boxes
"6 KING OF NOWHERE"
Seats now selling
C. W. GRAHAM, Mngr.
We nake fhats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the tiue
We shape hats to fit the head
We cleau and reblock hats
AN ABOUEYNEW UNIM FTHE FA M OU S
SHO W AN D TH!E UMUTT AND JEFF SERIES
MUTT and JEFF'S WEDDING
50 PEOPLE-and They can All Sing, Dx-rce and Act
GIRLS? YES! GIRLS? MAN' GIRLS
The Liveliest Line of Loveliness That Ever Gra'ed a Stage.
assures you of that dressy look and perfect fit.
118 E. Huron
Because getting your fingers
inked is no pleasure, and
writing with a rusted,
scratching nib or "breaking
in" a hard new pen is irri-
tating for college men and
. But go over to your dealer
and have him fit you with a
Then you'll find letter writ-
ing a pleasure. For your
Conklin will actually glide
over the paper, with never a
scratch or blot.
Fills itself in 4 seconds-ready for
letter after letter-lasts a lifetime--
$2.50 and up.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
SUPPORTERS OF BOTH WILSOY
AND HUGHES APPEAR CERTAIN
OF PRIZE JN ELECTION T 109AY
(Continued from page one)
Great applause greeted his denuncia-
tion of both old parties and his ad-
vocacy of the cause of Socialism here
-the American hotbed of Socialism.
"The hour for action is about to
come," he said, "only a great vote for
the Socialist party on Nov. 7 can pre-
vent this nation from speeding on to-
ward disaster. The Socialist party
cannot win this year, but a great vote
will enable it to win in 1920, and.. a
great vote for the Socialist party this
year will reduce the cost of living at
once, compel the repeal of the draft
law and stop our headlong rush to-
Election Bets Are Large.
New York, Nov. 6.-Between $9,-
000,000 and $10,000,000 will change
hands over the election., if estimates
of betting experts here and in the
larger cities today are correct. Com-
missioners were figuring that $5,000,-
000 to $6,000,000 will be New York's
total wagering, while close to $2,500,-
000 is reported placed in Chicago, De-
troit, Denver, San Francisco, Cincin-
nati, Pittsburg, Cleveland] and In-
dianapolis, with considerable unre-
corded betting in those places and
elsewhere. London is still betting
even money on the election.
Chicago Hears From Oregon.
Portland, Ore., Nov. 6.-Telegraph-
ing from western Republican head-
quarters at Chicago today, Ralph E.
Williams, national committeeman from
this state, said that Hughes would
carry Oregon by at least 25,000 votes.
Democrats declared themselves confi-
dent that they will win.
Candidate Commits Suicide.
St. Louis, Nov. 6.-Frank B. Ruhr,
a prominent real estate dealer, and
nominee for presidential elector on
the Republican ticket here committed
m AJ ST I C
3 ?.730 - 9:30
ERNEST EVANS & GIRLS
LUA AND ANALEKA
CLAYTON & LENNIE
LANE & HARPER
REMEMBER BOTH SHOWS FIRST AT 7:30 AND SECOND AT 9:30 WILL
POSITIVELY BE RESERVED. TICKETS WILL BE GOOD ONLY FOR SHOW
DESIGNATED AND THOSE ATTENDING THE FIRST SHOW WILL HAVE
TO VACATE THEIR SEATS. RETURNS WILL START TO BE READ AT
Every Conklin is guaranteed to
write andflul exactly as you think
apen should-it either does this
or you will be furnished a new
pen or your money refunded
without question. There are no
"s" about it-YOU are the
suicide this afternoon by shooting him-
self. No reason was assigned.
Wisconsin Socialists Look for 45,000.
Milwaukee, Nov. 6.-"The Socialists
expect to poll 45,000 votes in Wiscon-
sin. Of these 30,000 will be polled in
Milwaukee," said F. W. Rehfeld, sec-
retary of the Wisconsin Socialist party
Chicago Prepares for Heavy Vote.
Chicago, Nov. 6.-Preparations for
the heaviest vote cast in any city of
the United States are being made by
election officials here today. More than
800,000 are registered at Chicago alone
of whom 300,000 are women.
Redtield Visits headquarters.
New York, Nov. 6.-William C. Red-
field, secretary of commerce, visited
Democratic headquarters here today
and declared that a trip through In-
diana and Ohio has assured him that
President Wilson will be an easy win-
ner in those states.
Catholic Students to Smoke Tuesday
The Catholic Student's club will
tender a smoker to the Catholic men
of the University on Friday evening at
8 o'clock, in St. Thomas' hall.
Among the speakers for the evening
are former Congressman Weadock,
'73L, of Detroit, and F. D. Devine, city
attorney of Ann Arbor. Hawaiian
singers will entertain the smokers.
Thursday evening, the Theta Phi
Alpha will entertain the Catholic wom-
en of the University at their home on
Thursday, Nov. 9
The largest farce seen in years
Direct from the Fulton Theatre
New York, with an excellent
cast headed by
GRACE MERRITT And
The same Company and Pro-
duction that plays all the larger
PRICES 25c, 50c 75c, $1.00
J. Huston Loses $220 in Boldup
John Huston Sunday night coma
plained that he had been held up by
three men and relieved of $220. Police
arrested Marvin Ickes, John Sherman.
and Frank Smith. All were released
upon their personal recognizance and
will appear before Justice William G.
Doty at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
According to the police, the men had
been celebrating a pre-election keg
THE CONKLIN PEN MFG. CO., Toledo, Ohio
WHAT' POING ON
o'clock-Tryouts for the Greek
y, U-hall auditorium.
o'clock-Mandolin club practice,
:15 o'clock-Meeting of business
*ff of The Inlander, Press building.
':30 o'clock-University Rifle club
ets in room 348, new engineering
All Eansas men will meet at the
Union at 7 o'clock to organize a Jay-
Meeting of the Dixie club postponed
lunior engineers football game with
fresh engineers at 4 o'clock today.
Notice to all Episcopal young wo-
men. First meeting of St. Hilda's
Cuild at 4 o'clock. tomorrow in Harris
1)eutscher Verein meets, VereIn
rooms, Thursday, 8 o'clock.
Soph engineers aill have football
practice on South Ferry field at 3:30
All men for the soph-lit football
team report for game with J-lits at 4
o'clock this afternoon.
If your window shades need renew-
ing call 237, C. H. Major & Co. 5-16
Use the advertising columns of the
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
best of Ann Arbor's buyers.
Alderman Charles A. Sink intro-
duced an ordinance at the meeting of
the common council last night pro-
viding for the renewal of the franchise
of the Washtenaw County Gas com-
pany. The ordinance was given its
first reading and refrred back to the
The ordinance as introduced pro-
vides for a 30-year ffanchise. If the
city should so desire, the holdings of
the company can be bougllt by the
city 10 years after the passage of the
ordinance. The company is to be
given one year's notice of such inten-
tion and the matter put up to a board
of arbitration. The final decision
would rest with the voters.
The gas is to have an average calor-
ific value of 575 gross B. T. U. and a
minimum of 525 B. T. U.
"THE KEMPF MUSIC STUDIOS"
Piano, voice, pipe -organ. 312 South
Division street. 'Phone 212-5. Leave
orders for fine piano tuning.
Watch for the grand opening of Ann
Arbor's Finest Floral Shop. Nickels
Fox-trot ball at Armory Friday night.
Leave your film at the Delta.
1, Harris hall.
FOR MI CH
- P E N N S Y 0 A M E
he music for the Mandolin club has
ived and should be secured from
rI V. Moore, sometime Tuesday
rning if possible. He may bie found
room 212 Hill auditorium. Mandol-
club practice 7 o'clock tonight, U-
YOU HAVE SEEN OTHERS-WE HAVE THE REAL BONNIFORS.
STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
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