THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Last all Wini
When you're out looking for your Winter
Overcoat, just pay this store a visit. We don't
ask you to favor us, but we do insist that you'll
regret slighting us.
There isn't a finer, smarter or complete
showing of Overcoats than ours in Town and
we'll show you prices that you can't beat any-
iuy a supply
They make an ideal gift and play on any standard Disc Mact
Columbia Records are guaranteed to outlast any other, and
you less. 65c for co in. and $1.00 for standard 12 in.
Allmendinger fMusic Shop
122 E. Liberty Street i
Wadhams & Co's Corner
Maybe Be Thinks AKHAMI FAMOUS
'Beaui Briiiniuel" Seeks Girls Through FCETTo
Med innu of Ad vertisenient
-. Author of "The Man With the Hoe"
LOOK FOR THE NOTES
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT
516 East Willam St. Phone 1422-
FRONT FITS CRAVAT KNOT
PERFECTLY. 2 for 25c
CL.UETY. PEABODY 6 CO.. Iwc., MAKenR
If Solomon had lost all his wives he
would not be less devoid of the female
element than is apparently Michi-
gan's "Beau Brummel," who is desir-
ous of securing a "ladye faire" to take
to the soph lit dance Saturday after-
If advertising will secure this mod-
ern Beau a fairy co-ed, he is sure to
have a partner at the terpsichorean
festival which the underclassmen are
going to have, for he was around at
The Daily offices yesterday with the
request that we print the following:
"Wanted --Two girls for the soph
lit dance. Must be attractive, good
dancers and featherweights. For par-
ticulars, call 1680-J. Ask for Beau
We hope Mr. Brummel will be suc-
cessful in his attempt to obtain the
desired ladies; however, we would like
to know how he is going to handle
two at one time. You see, The Daily
has no advertising rates for front page
stories and we thing that the gentle-
man who secretly left the advertise-
ment will come around and request
his little two bits that he planked
down for a regular "ad" back. Thus
we will get a good look at the man
who would get a maiden through the
medium of a front page story and we
will be ableato inforn you, charitable
reader, who the human curiosity is.
UNIVRSNTY OF IIL1INOIS MAN
TO AI)DRESS MENORAII SOCIETY
Speaks in U-Hall
POET HAS HAD VARIED CAREER
Edwin Markham, the poet, who is to
speak in University hall next Tuesday
evening, is a descendant of William
lMarkham, first cousin of William Penn.
The author's parents were pioneers in
Michigan, his mother having run the
Markham House, an Ann Arbor hotel,
until 1847, when she drove a team of
oxen from Ann Arbor to Oregon.
I WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS
Conservation of Ener
LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUND
19SOUTH MAIN STREET
A. . ..... .
C HRISTMAS shopping
cares can be delight-
fully lessened by a few
moments' refreshment in
Teas, Salads, Ice
Creams, Ices, Dainties,
and Luncheon' Ser-
ved at an v moment
f r o r 8:00 to 5:00 -
Saturday till 9:00 p.m.
OPPOSES REGITAL P1N3
own words, "that some of us are re-
Pelled by the mere thought of it." It
'seems pitiful that one labors under
such a delusion, and such an ach-
ing void, as he remarks, that one de-
sires not a peace which comes through
spiritual uplift, but a peace which
must be ministered unto through cer-
tain musical or perchance aesthetic
He further states that at these pro-
posed Sunday evening recitals, "se-
lections of soothing numbers-prefer-
ably not of a religious nature-would
go far to fill the void." And pray why
sh.ould sacred music be debarred from
such an organ recital which is pro-
posed to take the place of the church
service? Are we getting so Godless
in our attempts to raise our moral
standards, which our noble friend de-
plores, that we would fain erase the
slightest trace of His. spirit in our
gatherings? I can't conceive of any
thinking man making such sugges-
I'rofeor EdXIward C. Baldwin
Speak in Newberry Hall
Edwin Markham was born in 1851.
His father died soon after, and his
mother settled on a ranch in central
California. When he was 16 years
old the future poet ranaway from
home on the promise of a California
bandit to share with him. He was
soon brought back home, and then at-
tended a normal school at Saji Jose,
California. After that, he took the
classical course in Christian college,
Santa Rosa, California. While in col-
lege, he lived on about $1.00 a week.
With four other young men, he "room-
ed" in the belfry of an old church. He
studied for the law, but never prac-
ticed it. He was a prominent edu-
cator in California until 1899, when
he resigned the head mastership of the
Tompkins Observation school at Oak-
land. At that time he moved to Long
Island, New York, and is at present re-
siding in New York City.
Markham is at present literary edi-
tor of the New York American, and
book reviewer for all the Hearst
newspapers. His wife, Catherine Mark-
haze, is also a poet of note. Their
home is a center for young writers,
and his proteges are many. His latest
beek is reviewed in another column.
He now has in preparation a lyrical
epic on the destiny of man here and
hereafter, which is about three-fourths
completed..He is co-author with Judge
Ben B. Lindsey of a book on child
labor, "Children in Bondage."
In 1914, he published another book,
"California, the Wonderful," which
contains a history of California, to-
gether with a description of many
points of interest. In his message to
the state legislature, Gov. Hiram John-
son said: "I have been waiting all
my life for just such a book." It has
had a great sale among visitors to the
Markham will be in Ann Arbor
about four days, and if enough inter-
est is displayed Tuesday night, an-
other public talk may be arranged.
Make the finest toast for break fast without any fuss or
trouble, and they are always ready.
Take the chill off the room, and do it quickly.
Why use a cold room when it can be easily avoided?
Electric Chafing Dishes
Are the very beft things for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebis and other delicacies.
The Detroit Edison Company
Eastern Michigan Edison Division
ometin New an
Sensible in Overcoats
Electric Flat Irons
They save many steps in the kitchen
What El. ericity Means
to You in Your Home
E. F. CAMPBELL, '17E, SAYS SUN-
DAY NIGHT, ORGAN ENTERTAIN.
MENT WOULD MISS AIM
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I must taxe exception to an item
appearing in The Paily of December
9. A certain E. A. B., '17, seemingly
very ill-disposed himself to attending
church of a Sunday evening, endeavors
* to cast that same slur upon others of
the student body. I, for one, am
heartily opposed to his suggestions.
He tries to infer that church-going
savors so much of a farcical nature
that it is utterly void of anything in-
teresting or helpful and quoting his
Music hath charms, they say, to
soothe the savage breast. But man,
in his nature, cries out for something
more than the mere pleasing of his
own selfish fancies. He looks to a
spiritual Being as the final source of
his help. I ask then, is one to find
this spiritual help through the ser-
vices of the church, (a God-ordained
institution), or is he to find in this
man-made proposal of a Sugday even-
ng recital, a chance to get relief from
his gloomy and dispeptic feelings?
In the light of this then, I cannot
accept such a suggestion as E. A. B.
has made under any conditions.
E. F. CAMPBELL, '17E.
Always see The Ann Arbor Press
for your printing if you want quality.
Press Bldg.. Maynard street Phone
No. 1. (*)
Edward Chauncey Baldwin, profes-
sor of English literature in the Uni-
versity of Illinois, will speak at an
open meeting of the Menorah society
in Newberry hall Sunday evening at
The speaker, who is an honorary
member of the Illinois Menorah "so-
ciety, will have for his subject, "Job."
Professor Baldwin was the con-
tributor of an article in the April is-
sue of the Menorah Journal, the offi-
cial publication of the Intercollegiate
Menorah society, on the topic, "Jew-
ish Genius in Literature."
Among the speaker's best works on
Jewish literature, culture and ideals
is his book, " ur Debt to Israel." Of
late years he has been keenly inter-
ested in Menorah work.
IENELLEN hOSPICE, NEW TEA..
V00M, DRAWS MUCH INTEREST
Numerous parties, featuring at-
tractive decorations and characteristic
dishes, have been given at the Renel-
len Hospice on Liberty street, since
the new tea-room has been opened.
The finishings and beauty of the tea-
room have seemingly caused consider-
able interest and comment among
those holding tea-parties and the like.
Just right for two students. $4,000
takes established business clearing
over $200 per month. If you mear
business, write Michigan Daily, Bot
XX. nov2 7tf
We can do your papering, painting,
tinting, etc., at once. C. H. Major &
Co. Phone 237. edtdec2l
2255 2255 2255 2255
hEAN VAUGHAN TO ADDRESS
R LAMAZOO MEDI ACADEMY
Dean Victor C. Vaughan of the.
Medical school Will address the mem-
bers of the Kalamazoo Medical Acad-
emy on Tuesday afternoon, Decem-
ber 14. His subject will be "The
Biological Concept of the Protein
Molecule." In the evening, at the
annual banquet of the Academy, Dean
Vaughan will deliver an address on
"Among My Old Students."
Dr. Leslie H. S. DeWitt, '10M, who
for several years was assistant to
Dr. Reuben Peterson of the Medical
scho+, is chairman of the affair.
Season skating tickets now $3.00.
After Dec. 15, $3.50. Weinberg's
Skating Rink. dec 10,11,12
Lyndon's for Kodaks, films, finish-
ing. Open Sundays, 9:30 to 4:30 only'
Step into our store
and make the ac-
quaintance of the
It's an unlined over-
coat, but is warmer
than a lined one be-
cause the woolen
fabric from which it
is made comes next
your bqdy instead of
a cold cotton lining.
And it costs less than
a lined overcoat.
, - :,
r , ' llilll
a , ,
1 I II
1 ' ..'
Ten dollars reward for information
leading to return of male Boston bull-
terrier lost Nov. 1st. Phone 2288.
1044 Ferdon Road. dec11,12
LOST-An open face gold watch, with
monogram "G. R. F." on back. Phone
1284-W. Reward dec10,11,12
WANTEID-A student who under-
stands and can devote two or three
hours a week to trimming, furnish-
ing, and tailoring windows. Apply
in person to Geo. W. Kyer, 721 N.
A reliable colored man wantsplace
as porter in fraternity. Best Ann Ar-
bor references. Telephone 1784-J.
quality unites with
top -notch style to
make these clothes
Christmas is Near
FOR RENT-Three fine office rooms,
suitable for a doctor or dentist; all WANTED--Waiter who can bring 3
piped and wired; guaranteed steam or 4 'boarders. 113 North Ingalls.
heat. 1713-MOR, 1661-J. J. K. Mal- : dec11,12
colm. ' novl6tf
WANTED-Typewriting of all kinds.
FOR RENT-Single room large enough Let us typewrite your thesis. Even-
for two; electricity; continuous hot son & Hyde, the Student Firm. Op-
water. Phone 633-R, 413 Thompson. posite -Huston's, upstairs.
The Popular "Ukulele" wou'd make a splendid Present for
anyone who loves good music.
It is a facsimile of the Spanish Guitar. ?No musiq in all the world
has gained such r pid and favorable popularity.
We are State Agents for the genuine Nunes & Sons' Instrument.
$15 and up
116 E. LIBERTY
. CRINNELL BROS.
116 S. Main St. Phone- 1707