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PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Walk-Over Foot-Wear

GO MICHIGAN GO
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There's Snap and Ginger in every Pair

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The Milady
Gypsy Button
$4.00-$5.00

LYNDON'S KODAK AND SUPPLY
STORE
719 N. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
FOR
Fresh Films Guaranteed Developing Velox Prints
Latest Model Kodaks Good Pictures
Bargains in "Trade In" Kodaks

Gymnasium Shoes
For Men and Women
Rubber or Leather Soles
Prices 70c to $1.90 per pair

Our windows are full of the
season's authoritative styles
-conservative staples and
popular novelties-no mat-
ter what your taste is, we

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can serve you.

HOFFSTETTER'S
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 South Main Street

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Has on Sale in sizes from a Post Card to 8xio
the finest Collecti n of Views ev e r taken of
S W A I N H n - oo e ri t n-na gc e t a e t
Ann Arbor and the Picturesque Huron Valley.
- Hand-Colored Prints and Rnlargcments made to
13 E. Univ. Ave order. Drop in and see his work.
How's This?
We will emboss a single or two-letter monogram in-any
color, on any stationery, without charge for the use of
the die. We carry over i,ooo Combination Die3 in
stock. This enables us to give you One-Day Service.
We also carry the finest stock
of Stationery i n t h e city.
The Mayer-Schairer Co.
Phone 1404 112 S. Main Street
Photogrph
MADE BY DANIES f NICKELS
in the only Studio on the Campus are itn a class
by themselves. Amateur finis hind
of superior qset.ARity.
334-336 So. STATE ST., ANN ARBOR

INGERSOLL WAS NOT HERETICAL
Professor Waterman to Support Idea
in Harris Hall Class
That if Robert Ingersoll were living
today he would be regarded as merely
a free thinking Christian and not the
hated heretic that people of today
paint him, will be the contention. of
Prof. Leroy Waterman in the class
which he is directing in Harris hall
this morning on the subject, "The
Bible as a Book of Life-Its Origin,
Structure and Power." The attitude
which Proi. Waterman takes with re-
gard to Ingersoll is that he did not
throw everything "overboard" as re-
gards Christianity, but merely took a
view of parts of the Bible that is com-
monly acknowledged as correct today.
In his class which will meet at 9:15
this morning, Prof. Waterman will
discuss this subject generally. All
men on the campus who are interest-
ed in the class will be welcomed.
Serb Women Fglit Together With Men
London, Nov. 6.-"There were nearly
2,000 women in Serbia's army when I
left, and more women soldiers were
being organized," said Dr. Gruitch, a
Serbian army doctor. "Some of the
women wear the complete uniform of
a soldier for the sake of comfort, while
others wear skirts with a blue tunic.
The younger women go with their
brothers or their husbands. The wo-
men are of every class and they inspire
the men, with whom they march side
by side and with whom they eat and
serve shoulder to shoulder in the
trenches.
"These women are not afraid. No-
body in Serbia 4i afraid, and the wo-
men in the ranks do not lose their
nerve under fire.
"We realize the great power of our
friends in the war. Every soldier feels
that we are only a part of a world
army, and if it is necessary that our
army shall be lost-well, it is only a
part. There is time yet to save Ser-
bia, but assistance for her cannot
coie too quickly."
Engineerng Society to Meet Tuesday
Engineering society will hold a busi-
ness meeting at 7:00 o'clock Tuesday
evening in the society rooms in order
to complete the organization of the
general society and to nominate the
general officers.
GLOVES
for men, best known makes at reason-
able prices, on sale by N. 1. Allen
Co., MNaln st ect. wed-ecd.

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00-5:30-8:00-9:30
MONDAY, NOV. 8 - Clara K i in ba 11
Young and1Chester Barnett in
"Marrying Money," the roost succe"-
fil Successful screen comedy ever
produced. Return dlate.
TUESDAYNOV. 9-Robert warwick in
"The Man of the Hlour." Win. A.
Brady Feature in five parts.
WEL'NFSDAY, N OV. io- Holbrook
Sinn it, 'ThIe Fi mily Cupboard" by
O"--n IDavis. S Pairk-._
Take a "Trip Around, the World."
Fitest series of travel pictures ever
produced. Watch for date.f
Quality-- Variety-Values
DIAMON S JEWELERS ATCf{s
SCHLANDER SEYRE
3 3t.UBERTY ST
NAR SILVERSMITHS MARN
SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIED
ST. JOHNS WARD TO TALK
AT "Y" HALL ME E TIN t,

Only $3.00 per pair
Heavy suction rubber sole

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for Men

Just received
A New Basket Ball Shoe

119 E. LIBERTY STREET

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(Continued from Pago 1)
ity of the American Red Cross was
thoroughly respected, although many
of the soldiers were religious fanatics,
bent on carrying on a religious war
with the old-time furor and destruc-
tiveness.
Among many of the Moslems all
ideas of nationalism have vanished and
the program is to conquer, in the name
and spirit of the Moslem faith, first
Egypt and then Tripoli, finally return-
ing to attack India, and thus freeing
their co-religionists from the hated
rule of the Christian English.
Their ardor in the undertaking has
been considerably lessened, according

to the doctor, because the only reply
to their Moslem fraternal greetings to
date has been a rain of shot and shll
poured upon-them by the loydIi E g-
lish-Indians.
Hiowever, to many of the more'
thboaghtful in the army the "Holy War"
is a mere name. To these men the
present struggle is rather a roar of
the Turks to maintain their national
independence and territorial integrity.
In speaking of the Turks, Dr. Ward
also testified to the wonderful effi-
ciency of the Turkish army. He says
that the combination of the Turkish
soldier, noted for his bravery and
physical endurance, and the German,
the master of organization, results in
a peculiarly powerful soldiery. He
says, however, that the undeveloped
character of much of the Turkish em-
pire is a great handicap in military
operations.
At Constantinople, the capital, su-
perficial life seems to go on as usual,
but in the light of having traveled

around a great deal, Dr. Ward says
that a deeper analysis has shown him
the paralyzing effect of the war on
every side. Already a terrible price
has been paid, and the toll of the dead
and wounded is beginning to number
well up in the thousands.
Tonight's talk is open to all men in
the university, and in addition to a
special musical program it is consid-
ered likely that Dr. A. I. Ludlow, of
India, also will speak briefly.
Dr. Ludlow is considered the great-
est living authority on existing med-
ical conditions in the Orient, and in
his talk he will givesome of the life
stories of people with whom he has
come in contact during the past year
in India.
Typewriting, mimeographing. Type-
writers of all makes for sale'or rent.
O. D. Morrill, 322 South State street
(over Baltimore Dairy Lunch).
Lyndon's for Kodaks, films, finish-
ing. Open Sundays, 9:30 to 4:30 only.

WHITNEY THEATRE,

Monday Nov. 0

GARRISON GIVES DEFENSE PLANS
System Provides for Regular Army of
141,843 Soldiers
Washington, Nov. 6.--Lindley M.
Garrison, secretary of war, has given
out the detailed plan for national de-
fense as it will be submitted to con-
gress by the administration.
The system will provide, when in
complete operation, a regular army of
i41,843 officers and enlisted men, cost-
ing $127,234,559.70; a national guard
of 129,000 officers and men, costing the
federal government $10,000,000, and a
"Continental army" of 100,000 officers
and men, costing $45,000,000.
Secretary Garrison admits that his
plan. is not ideal from a strictly mili-
tary point of view, but thinks it is as
good as could be devised when regard
is had for constitutional and legal pro-
visions and American institutions and
sentiments.
American Doctors Safe at Border
Naco, Ariz., Nov. 6.-P. R. Thigpen
and James Miller, American doctors,
and two chauffeurs, A. L. Wilson and
J. D. Bylant, who were reported by
General Villa to have been shot, ar-
rived here today from Villa Verde, 22
miles south of Sonora.

FERRIS ISSUES PROCLAMATION
Measuring Unit Not Found in Malertal
Things, Says Governor
Lansing, Mich., Nov. u.-Gov. Ferris
issued his annual Thanksgiving proc-
lamation today, as follows:
"The people of the United States are
grateful to the infinite father for their
capacity and disposition to appreciate
the bounties of nature. Through this
appreciation, man cheerfulli applies
his labor to the earth in order that
her bounties may serve as a means for
realizing the essential joys oi life.
Abundant harvests are simply means
to an end. The measuring unit of life
is not be found in bushels of grain, or
potatoes, or fruits, or ccal, or copper,
or silver, or gold, or houses, or lands.
but in the laughter of children around
the hearthstone, in the love and loy-
alty of the home. 'Home is the na-
tion's first safety.' In the year 1915
we are grateful for the benediction
that rests upon the American home.
In the great commonwealth of Mich-
igan we are, in common with all the
other states, the recipients of the
richest blessings. It is eminently
fitting that we set apart November 25
as a special day for Thanksgiving-a
day on which we may pray for 'Peace
on earth, good will to men."
PROFESSOR WARNS AGAINST LOVE
Miss Lillian. Martin, of University of
Wisconsin, Lays Down Rules
Madison, Nov. 6.-A professor of
psychology in the University of Wis-
consin, Miss Lillian Martin, warns the
students against falling in love and
lays down rules for averting that ca-
tastrophe. She says:
"Cut out social events, if you have
any tendency to fall in love."
"If you are affected by any roman-
tic location, cut that part of the cam-
pus from your acquaintance."
"Stay away from the things that
excite your love, whatever they may
be."

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COH ANC&I1A TS PRESENT
(BYARRANGEIENT WIlH UR HOPKINS)
TII BIGGyEST li1T IN 25 YEAONYERWLP
ONE YEAR WLL P1
IN HERJ
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Drop into Reule, Conlin & Fiegel'
store for your clothes.
EXCLUSIVE
young men's haberdasl ery on sale by
N. C. Allen & Co., Mai street.
oct6eod
"In a hurry ' Call Stark, 2255.
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lin & Fiegel ad, and t
the store and look ove

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at Reule, Con-
then come into
the coeit® SEAT SALE OP E W S FRAY
r the suits. R$E5 1.80 1.0 S.75 $s 0MAILORDERSsNOW
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THEATR E

Seats Selling Fast for Taft Lecture
The sale of reserved seats for the
Taft lecture next Saturday night start-
ed off briskly yesterday morning at
Wahr's, and will be continued all of
this week. Even at this early date
indications are that when the ex-
president appears in Hill auditorium
he will be greeted by an audience well
befitting his distinction. Not since
Benjamin Harrison spoke here in the
early nineties has the Michigan cam-
pus been honored by a visit from one
who has . occupied the presidential
chair, and the committee is busy
making plans for his 'reception while
in Ann Arbor. President Hutchins
will entertain a company at dinner in
Mr. Taft's honor on Saturday night and
will introduce him when he appears
to deliver his address.
'TENTION, STUDES!
For quick MESSENGER CALL see
last ad on BACK of TELEPHONE DI-
RECTORY. Phone 795. A'17E.
nov5tf

SATVKDAY

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JOE WEBER presents (first time in this city) the Newest and Most Successful
Musical Comedy of the Year

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Music by Victor Herbert Lyrics by Henry Blossom
Direct from One En'ire Year at the Lyric Theatre, New York.

A Group of Stunning Young Women, Selected for their Distinct*Types of
American and European Beauties.
AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA, COMPOSED OF VICTOR HERBERT SOLOISTS

Pianos to rent. Prices and pianos
right, at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House, 110 South Main street. oct8tf
Ten cents rents a good Eastman
Kodak, any size you want. Lyndon's,
719 N. University. octlOsat-sun

PRICES: 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $).00.

Matinee: 50c, 75, $1.00, $1.50

SALE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11th

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