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November 14, 1915 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Walk-Over Foot-Wear

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Anticipate Christmas:

GYMNASIUM SHOFt
FOR MEN AND WOMEN-RUBBER OR LEAT
Prices 70c to $1.90 per pair

There's Snap and Ginger in every Pair

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

In a few days we will be offering the
most complete line of Calendars for
Picture in erts ever shown anywhere.
This year's creations are wonderful
andv we have selected the best.
Now is a good time to get your pictures

Just received a New Basket Ball Shoe
ONLY $3.00 PER PAIR-HEAVY SUCTION RUBBER

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Gypsy Button
$4.00-$5.00

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

719 N. University Avenue
Headquarters rn Photographic

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A BUSINESS EDUCATION
is yours, if you can give us a little of your time,
can use shorthand and typewriting now and wih
get out you will find them stepping stones toh
tion higher up and to success iii life
TEACHERS-TO-BE

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E.WAIN
3 E. Univ. Ave.

Makes Plain and Colored Lantern Slides from
Negatives, Objects, or Any Sort of an Illastration
in Monochrome or Color. Does Technical Photo-
graphic Work. If it's a Difficult Job, Ask him
about it.

FIRST FORUM MEETING
COMES ON ViIONESDAY,

'AFT DESCRIBES NEW
LEAGUE OF PEACE
(Continued from Page One)
iission. Since the days of Washing-
>n we have acquired so much terri-
ry removed from our natural bon-
aries that 'our old idea of the United
tates being a country between two
ceans can no longer be regarded, and
dequate means of protection should
e observed, "for," Mr. Taft added,
Japan isn't giving up E7VERYTtING.
Ke have lots of things other nations
'ould like to have, and the possibility
f going to war should cause us, if
nly for selfish reasons, to join the
eague for Peace."
President Harry B. Hutchins pre-
ented the speaker. Wilber M. Bruck-
r, '16L., president of the Oratorical
ssociation, was also present on the
latform.
ICtIHOlSON OIENS
UNION SERVICES
(Continued from Page One)
ears he has been directing secretary
f the board of education of the Meth-
dist Episcopal church. Since enter-
ng the ministry he has held several
rnortant pastorates, and for a time
e w as connected with the faculty of
ornell college. He afterward became
resident of Dakota Wesleyan univer-
ity, retiring fron-that position in 1908
> take up the work with the Methodist
oard.
During recent years he has visited
ractically all of the large educational
enters of the country, and is recog-
ized as one of the foremost religious
peakers in the Christian church to-
ay.
Two years ago he spoke in Ann Ar-
or on the Wesleyan Guild course, and
6 delighted the large audience that
card him that he was invited to rep-
esent the Methodist church in its Hill
uditorium meeting this year. While
i Ann Arbor he will be entertained
t the home of Prof. E.4H. Kraus, of
he mineralogy department.
The following musical program has
een arranged:
Organ voluntary, "Vesperal," d'Ev-
r'y.
Quartet, "Rock of Ages," Dudley
uck.
Chorus, "For He the Lord. Our God,"
endelssohn.
Organ postlude, "Laudate Dominum,"
heldon.
Safety at Sea Discussed
New York, Nov. 13.-Safety at sea
nid the protection of American sea-
en was the subject of discussion in
ie annual meeting of the Academy of
olitical Science here. The new sea-
's act and its probable effect on
in ican shipping was described by
aei on F. Parvin, secretary of the
terna TonalMercantile Marine com-
ny. M ,. Florence Kelley, secretary
the National Consumers' league,
ttlined the ravelers' need for pro-
ction afforde' by the seamen's act,
d Thomas I. P kinson, of Columbia
tiversity, spoke \R"Problems Grow-
g Out of the Titanic Disaster."
Read the Arcade ad o, page 3.

TEUTONS HELD IN
CHECK BY HEAVY
SERB ONSLAUGHTS
(Continued from Page One)
Meanwhile, the report states that
the Anglo-French line to the south is
not especially active. Other dispatches
have told of additional Franco-British
troops joining the allied line in south-
ern Serbia daily and it may be pre-
sumed that the allied' offensive in this
quarter will develop gradually as the
numbers of men available increase.
The general position of the Austro-
German forces as given by the Vienna
l official statement last night, shows
that the invaders from the north are
still fighting on the slope of the
heights south of the Western Morava,
and their advance, which they term
a pursuit, is making progress, some-
what slowed by the furious Serbian
resistance.
Berlin Admits Check
A wireless dispatch sent out from
Berlin today is regarded as of spe-
cial significance at this time. "Austro-
German and Bulgarian operations in
Serbia," the dispatch says, "have been
checked owing to the numerically su-
perior forces which have opposed the
invaders and to the nature of the
country they have had to penetrate."
English Ships Torpedoed
London, Nov. 13.--The sinking of
the British ship, Sir Richard Bawdry,
was announced today. She was 2,234
tons, and 275 feet long,
The torpedoing of the Don Crombie
apparently in the Mediterranean, while
on her way to Gangakop, Siam, from
Havana, was also announced.
Persians May Join Turks
London, Nov. 13.-The Times corre-
spondent at Petrograd quotes a Rus-
sian newspaper as commenting on the
growing gravity of the situation in
Persia. The status of affairs bears
an ominous resemblance to the de-
velopment which preceded the adhe-
sion of Turkey and Bulgaria to the
Teutonic cause.
"The Germans have already begun
the formation of the future Persian
army," the correspondent says. "The
newspapers insists on-grappling with
the situation without wasting time in
negotiations."
C. E. Hughes in Election Race
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 13.-A petition
placing Justice C. E. Hughes in
the race for president was filed today
by the Nebraska delegation with the
secretary of state. Unless he files a
-withdrawal, his name will be voted
on at the primary in April.
Attached to the document was a
statement that this was done without
his knowledge and contrary to his
wishes as expressed in a public in-
terview. It states that the welfare of
the nation demands the drafting of
its highest and most valuable talent,
and that Justice Hughes is pre-emi-
nently the man.

Iiilitary Trailing' at Michigan is
Question to Come Up at the
O nion Neetiine

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Shows at 3:00-5:30-8:oo-9:30
Monday.-"Triih' with Clara Kimball
Young in the title role. Special
Tuesday. - "Infatuation"' a mutual
mnaster picture' with ligmcrit a Fisch-
er and Larry I 'lard.
Wednesday.-"The 1ea I(vt Bf mue
Ridge" with Clara Kimbal Young
and Chestcr Barnett.
"A Trip Around the World" starts
Nov. - ach.

Forum meetings for the year will
begin next week, and the first meeting
of ;hat body will be held at 7:30 on!
Wednesday evening at the Michigan1
Union.
Iarry D. Parker, '16L, is the general
chairman for the year, and he will ap-
point different men to act as chairman
for each meeting. The Forum is one
of the newest organizations of the
campus, and in the short period of one
year has come to be recognized as an
organization where every man on the
campus may meet and discuss ques-
tions of campus as well as national
importance. The meetings were well
attended last year and a great deal of
interest was shown from the time of
the first meeting, which was called by
H. Beach Carpenter, ex-'14-'17L.
The subject of next Wednesday's dis-
cussion will be, "Shall Compulsory
Military Training be Adopted at Mich-
igan?" Owing to the recent action of
the university senate in recommending
the adoption, and also the fact that
considerable discussion has been given
through conmunications in the col-
umns of The Daily, it is expected that
the initial meeting of the year will
not be lacking in interest or attend-
ance.
Arrest Illinois Student
Champaign, Ill., Nov. 13.-Albert N.
Boyd, of Bradford, Ill., a freshman at
the °University of Illinois, is in the
county jail, having been arrested by -
the Chicago police after it is alleged f
he had sold an automobile belonging
to D. Todd of this city. Boyd was
brought from Chicago by Sheriff A. M.
Evans.
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's
310 South State. oct23tfk
Look that Reule, Conlin & Fiegel ad'
over and form an opinion, then come
to the Big Store and verify it with the
goods. nov5-10-14-19-24

wxvi find it to their advantage to be able to +e :h ihe
commercial branches. Any teachers' agency il
you that they cannot supply the great demand ther:'it
for teachers of these branches.
A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT
is being offered to all students that enroll be Ta .
ary ist. We have the best of instruction and :,uip-
ment and can thoroughly prepare you in any r all o:
the commercial subjects. Step in and let us tk it ever.
HAMILTON BUSINESS CO L EG E
Phone 342-R State and W* i airi St

Quality --Variety--Values
IAMONDS EWELERS ATCHE
SCOANDER SEYFRlen
'fE.LIBERJy II3"1IBER1Y s
RN ARs0 SlLVERSMITHS ANmAR 0
SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIED

Students, for the most safe, speedy,
reliable economical Parcel and Mes-
senger service, call 2028. nov3tf
In future all cars stop at Goodyear's
IDlt: &)st C~n t

Read the Areado du : -'
Vii F'. Allen & Co;, 1 ;'!t ; o

urtig ; re. 1
T ursday Nov. 1
A Laugh Every Time Your Watch
COHAN & HARRIS Present Their GREATEST HIT Dir f
Frwmn
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BY ROI COOPER MECRUE AND WALTER HACKETT
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Funniest Farce of fhe Century---Don't Miss It! Thcatre
This Show Plays Detroit Opera House Next Week
Prices: 50, 75, $1.00, $1.50 __6
$eat Sale, Tuesday, Nov.16, 10 A. M4."'

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CARL BYAL
and
DORA EARLY

Mr. and Mrs.
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"T HE LAWN
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They will surprise
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Comedy

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year, the same as last year,
be there." Stark Taxicab Co..
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"Syncopated
Eccentricities"

"She Had to
Tell Him"

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with DAINES ( NICKELS
as 8003M as possible for tho
MICHIGANENSIAN PICTURE
(You'll have to do it eventually; why not now?)
534-336 So. STATE ST., ANN ARBOR

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COM.N

Complete Mich.-Penn. Football Game in Picture'-
elusive Picture of this Game--Taken by U. of M. C:
and shown here Four Days after the Game.

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WATCH FOR THE BIG THANKSGIVING WEEK SURPRISE

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1:30, 3:00, 7:90 & 8:30 P. M*-

The Greatest Photo- "F
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One of the Sweetest and most compelling Stories :v.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT.

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