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THE MICH IGAN 1 DAILY

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THE liE ST DR ESSED MEN1V

have 'their clothes made-to-measure.'
It is not a fallacy to say that clothes
reveal their origin even to the casual
observer. And there's an air of dis-
tinction to our clothes that can come
only from years of experience in tai-
loring garments. We have satisfied
your friends, w hy not you?
(jr. R i'trlil ) COMIPANY
1.eeadixxg Ierclhant 'Thilors State St.

ri-iiii MICHIAN DAILY
' ff !icial newspaper at the- University of
Miichigan. Published ever y morning except
1; onday durien tihe university year.
j }~rtered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
seconroCl"ass n'at.er.
Offices : Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptionls: by car"rier or mail, $2.50. Want
ad. statio s : Quarry's, Students' Supply
Store, 'The Delta, cor. Packard and State.
'hones: Business. 960; I~ditorial, 2414.
F rancisI'. jMel.inney,...Managing Editor
john S. Leonard.........Business Mbanager

Untarian Church

10:30l.

Hell Critically Examined, be-
ing second address by Mr.
Loring on the Problem of Evil.

Come a.rEid sLok Over Oizr Lirs
STUDENTS' BOOKS TORE

DE TROIT UNTE!) LIKES
Btetw. een Detroit, Ann Arbor'and Jackcsont.
C:Liastun on Ea sternz ti'ne, onie hour faster
than local timec.
Detroit LimiCtdanid Exp ress Cars-- :to a,
n., and hourly to 7 :io p. zin., 9 :zo p. zn.
Kalamazoo 1 irited Cars-8 :48 a. m. and
ev ery twvo h'uars to 6 :48 . gyn. , to Lansing ,
B:48 p. r:].
Lvocal Cars, Eastbud-5 3 a. tn., 6 ,:4o a. in.,
7 :05 a.}, and every two hours to 7 :05 p. ni.,I
8 :o, p. i.., 9 :o5 p.n., z10:45 p. Iii. To Ypsi-
isnii only, 8 :q8 a. mr. (daily 'except Sunday),.
: zo a.n., zir :05 p. mn., $:o5 p. in., 1 i zz p1.
mn., z :r; a. rt.,z :3o a. mi.
Local Cars, W testbound-6 12 a. nIl, 7 go a.
n.and e e: wo ~c hours to 7:50 p. fl., 10:20
pn oamz:2 a 1t

iki! & " R AP I I G
Hiamtilton Bus iness Colleage
Slate antd Wiilams
Our "Tailor-M ade" Clothes Cost No More
Than the Average "Deady-Made"
CAN SLE9 The Tailor
108 E. WYashington Sti. Second Floor

The Ann rbor Savings Bank I
Organized 1869
Capial ........$ 300,000.00
(Surplus.........$ 150,000.00
Resources over . . .. $3,000,000.00
.Banking ,in all branches
Il ;ai Office, ;N. W. Corner 1Main
and Ihuron S.
B~°rnch(Office, 74)7 North IUniv-
I ersity Aveue.
CODAE I'J ' NI TJRY OUR
Clnesei '.Cm i.utonLuuich'z

'C OP off afew
Minutes and eat some of
GE a~ ORGE,.'S~t i
4314 S. Stat~e S3. Phlc^rine:1244-M
FIRST NATLI BSANK OF AN N ARBOR, MICH.
Capital $ioo,ooa Surplus and i Yrofit $$65,0oo
Fl Iti(TOP1S:
WiRT CORNWELL XVALDO M. ALIBOTT
GEO. XW. ATTF.SON HARRY V. FAWiLEY
S. W. CLARKCSON HARRiISON SnXJULE
FRS.D Sex-luD 1). B. SUTTON
..... .......,«,...,.H, . 7JI{ Ki N x

E;. Rodgers 'Sylvester News ditcr'
lomn C. Reid ... ,... .......Telegraph 1ditor
LVerne Burnett........... Telegraph ~ditor
F,. 1'. Wriht,..,,..,.,..,,, Sports >ditor
,J. C. B. Parker .........Assignment ~ditor
Jose-ph J. Brotherton............City Editor
( anrad N. Church.............City ~ditor
Edwin A. Hlyman ...............City E~ditor
Lee Joslyn ....,......... ...City >ditor
Irwin Johnson........Chr. Effliciency Board
Gordoan D. Cooke,........Statistical E=ditor
J. I,. Stadeker . .. .......Supplement ditor
..daard black....... ..Advertising Manager
Kirk LWhit.. ......Publication ingei'
Y. lt. Althaeir... Circulation Maagr
C. l. Sellers ............... .... Accountant.
C. T. Fishleigh . .Assistant Business Manager
iht ditors
Leonard XW. Neter William F. Newton
Reporters
T. A. Fitzgerald Wiliam I. Fort
Waldo R, Hunt Gold Ginsberg
ML^arthxa(ray N hat Thompson
Jacob M. Jraude W. R. Atlas
tarl Pardee R. T. McDonald
F. A. Bauingarth IT,. S. Thompson
B3ruce Swaney P;. . Ziegler
P.. J. Blum A. F' Paley
C S._1-untley A, hoenfield
Business Staff
Albrt I;. 1-omne oscoe Ra
1t. C. Mvusgrave F 1. M. Sutter
IC. S. MeiCofl l Maxwell Cutting
George Nbl
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1915
Night Editor.......Jacob M. Braude
GO-TO-BED-EARLY MVEMENT.
It is sometimes remarked that the
students' lights in Ann Arbor are left
burning longer at night than in any
other city in the country. In many
houses it is considered bad form or
childish for one to "hit the hay" at any
;ime-before midnight. It is true that
twice during each semester students
are eager to stay up all night for..a
week or so in order to dispel the fears
of haunting blue books. But during
all those intervening months, the
tungstens look down for the most
part upon groups humming with
small talk, but with nothing else.
Much of the landladies' light bills, in
fact, result from the illuminations .t
these good-natured loafing fets.
Certain dloctrs have stated that a
list of things most needed by students
waould include a larger nightly amount
of sleep and a more timely period for
sleeping. They think that two hours
of slumber before twelve are usually
worth more than three r four hours
snatched in 'the infancy of the morn-
ing. And most of the mothers back
acmne would gasp if their sons or
Iaug-titers should accidentally let slip
what the usual period for bedtime
really is in the college town. In sev-
eral local houses it has recently be-
come the rule that 10 :30 o'clock is
the signal for lights off, except, of
course, during exam time; and this
changing attitude is by no means
confined to this city alone. The "go-
to-church-Sunday" slogan seems to be
slipping from its former place in the
sun, and in its absence this new ap-
peal for the "go-t-bed-early" move
ment may have a fair show of gain-
ing the ascendant.
P'rof. J. ..Reeves Rapidly Improving
Prof. J. S. Reeves, of the political
science department, who is now suffer-
ing from an attack of the lungs, is im-
proving rapidly. It is believed that
Professor Reeves will be able to get
out and resume charge of his classes
tomorrow.

11:45. Prof. Sellars speaks to the
Social Service Class on Some
Social Questions.
7:30. The Religious Life of a Hindu;
address before the 'Young Peo-
ple's Society by Mr. S. N.
Hardiker.
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHfUCHS
St..Andrew's Episcopal
Rev. Henry Tatlock will deliver the
regular morning sermon at 10:30
o'clock. "The Study of Religion" will
be the subject for discussion at the
mnen's classes.
Presbyterian
Hawthorne's "Scarlet Letter" will
iiustrate the theme of Rev. I,. A. Bar-
rett's sermon this morning at 10:30
o'clock. Dr. JTosephz W. Cochran, sec-
.retary of the Presbyterian board of
educationz, Philadelphia, will speak at
the evening services beginning at
7:30 'clock.
First Baptist
Dr. A. L. W3ilkinson will speak on
"The Twelve Disciples and the Com-
ing of the Kingdom," at 10:30 o'clock.
Guild service at 6:30 will be lead by
Miss Pauline Buc. The subject will
be, "Why Did Christ ome?"
First Chirch of Christ, Sientst
"God, the Preserver of Manu," will
be the topic for the 1:30 o'clock ser-
vice. Students under 20 are invited
to attend the young people's classes
at .11:45 o'clock.
First Congregational
Rev. Lloyd Douglas, .pastor, will
have for is topic, "While I Was
"Busy-a Drama," this morning at
S10:30 o'clock. He will also speak at
the second "Children's Church," at 3:00
o'clock this afternoon.
Church o Christ (Disciples)
At the 10:30 o'clock service, Rev.
'George W. Knepper will preach on,
'"The Compulson of Neighborliness."
S The topic for the vesper services at
6:1& o'clock will be, "The Persever-
ance of Divine Love." Mving pc-
tures of Florence, Italy, will be shown
during the social half hour.
Jewish Studets' Congregation
Rabbi D. Marx, of Atlanta, Georgia,
"will deliver an address today before
the Jewish .Students' Congregation,
on the subject, "What if the Repubic
Should Fail ?" The time set for the
'address is 6:45 o'clock, the plce,
Newberry hall.
First Mlethodist Episcopal
"Shame .and Christianity, Modern-
ly," will be the topic of Rev A. W.
Stalker in his morning sermon at
10:30 o'clock. Miss Gertrude Mac
Whirk, of New York City, will .give
dramatic interpretations of some of
the Bible's simple historical narra-
fives in the evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Unitarian
The second address in the series,
"Problem of Evil," will be given by
Rtev. R. S. S. Loring at 10:30 o'clock.
'The subject will be, "Hell Critically
Examined." Mrs. S. N. Hardikr of
"Bombay, India, will speak on "The
R eligious Life of the Hindu," before
the Young People's society, at 7:31
o'clock.
Polish yor floors with Old English
Fl'oor Wax. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
237. edtde2l

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Fo r ChrF tmas ills

Also fl[AAHAN UU JLELES
ATF

'UI1i ve"BItB 1 utc Ibou e
Cor. Maynard and Williamra seets

.Hav e You z seen it?
FOR IRIS. EASILY tTHE BES, T EVER PUT .OUT. A
PUT IN ENV LOPE POR
MA r ILING

Main
St.

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For Practical
and Useful

Christmas

Fur the B1EST inI
On State

Possibilities
See
the fine assortment
at
QUARRQ~ YS

Vziivrsit Boo~t3,

Sete

For
Pai tilar
Peotple

o~R I
BISCUOFF "'S G. .R I EN
220 o i'< pi n btPhone 8og-.M1
The Faries & ecancs Bank

Prescription Store

THtOS. RtOWE, 'Prop..'

I FDLetroit Street

Phone 457-M

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Slrit:301R.Y .

ichigan In

ChopSucy

South Main Street
Corner 8uron

State S tt ffICe
330 S."State St.

6 1 1 E. ibtrty St.

Opg. the A,4rcadia

A GOOD STR ONG BANK ITN EVERX RANKING NEED

Successful MIen
Wear- TIailored Clo~ti. es and Good Clotes Areg
Half 'I1 he Battle
There is a .great difference ..between ,tailored clctthes axed the
other kind.
every suit is made to fit the maxi--vve do noat force. the man toy
fit the suit. Just come in v' hen you're ready .
North Vz7av~rsaty' A~ve. Directly North of Law l~utddh

..

We~ ar so-
in i thene-

D-5-
~~~%4' K

lest models in

Sp ecial Agents N etle toSho es
!MVAHR ' SH y ., .hf.. ,-" ORS
MAN T - 4.i fATB STREET . 4 p _ 1 . w +
.

Women's 0rganizations~
Women intending to write .lyrics or
songs for the Junior Girls' play will
meet in Barbour gymnasium Thurs-
day at 4 :15 o'clock. Ruth: Lenzner,
'17, the author of the play, and Mar-
garet Reynolds, '17?, general chairman,
will have charge of the meeting.
St. Hilda's Guild of St.. Andrew 's
Episcopal church is invited to the
home of Florence Buckley, 923 South
State street, Tuesday, December 14, at
4:00 o'clock.
Skis, $2.25 to $4.00 at Swvtzer's, 314
State. edtdec2i

Popular Ma'tinzee
Wednresda y
Best Seats $r.ooI
Saturday Mat.
25C to $1.50

YETRCTT "-

SFr4? tartling
Nigh"tS-25 C tO $2
Orchestra Seats

2255 2255 2255 2255

Cochran
Secretary
Presby'terian
Bo ai d of Educath:n
Presbyterian
Church
Sunday Evening
DeC. 12th

I

,AS SWEET AS TE BF-REATH CF iSPINGiTIM4.E
AS FRESH AS THE~ LIGHT OF DAWN
Going i)irectiy to tlhe Princes 'hcnatet, New Y 'k, fcri.a 1tinter lEuna.
The Enrtire Comp: anyr Selected for the N en' Vo:'k Season.,
THE COMSTOCK-M AR1:URY COMt 1-131N3Y OF ER
A WHIRLWIND OPFIY.RTH AND M> BUSIC{
ARAPID-FIRE-UP-TO-DATE MUSICAL COM EDY WITH SIXT Y PLA YERS
JBook b PIIIP ]s AR'J BOl )M V ,ai. . : i "\\ i ~n ic 'sCos re 'FIrue,"
and G[; 1" OTIO\. Music by J ZJ.AOIXI E KERN , C' rp-oc' of "The G Cirl Frown
U tahL."
B eauaty Chorus-Gorgeous Costumes-The Last W4 ordl in MoIdern Dancing
Withl the Following Cast of Poputlar Fia-yers:
ALICE DOVEY mTESS M;AYER
A NNA ORR GENIEVTI E WILLMENT
,JULIA MILLS J-AME-S LOCUNSBERRY
ROBEIRT L.EE ALLEN JOHN B =. IHAZZARD
,ARI IN's CHASE Hc1RIO;'RT HOEY
IRENE E NRI^IHT !D:'±LEWIS
LOUISE COOK HELiEN tiTRAYM1OND
HEL"EN O'DA Y JO.HN W ILLARD
MERTON MOOD HvELEN BOND
ERNEST TRU.EX rN-1 EGUERITE SILVIA
O SCAR.SHAW ' N[ -RI.'Y I. IMORRISON
KY KENDALL CARl. W4ADSWORTH
BESSIE KELLY SEDCWICK DRAPER

Our Holiday Policy

I' T HAS always been our policy to offer to the holiday trade a line
of gifts that are actually useful. We do not buy a large .supply
of novelties to be sold at fancy prices, but offer only our regular
line. of fine wearing apparel.
In our several departments we carry the highest grade of every
article a man wears at very reasonable prices.

\Xe will be very glad to serve you with. our experience. and
artd can assure ,you that a WAGNER & COMPANY article will be
and appreciated.

stock
worn

7:30 Ot'clocik

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WVAGNER & COMPANY
STATE STREET
ESTABLISHED 1848

SUPERB

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Week of December 20

Six B e air";'. Matinee> 'Wed and ;?Sat.
DE\:O.l )TR() 'I MN p\EMn

READY-TO-SWEAR CLOTHES
FURNISHINGS
HIATS
SHOES

Call Lyndon for gcod pictures.
You can ge t chcolates days be-
g=ore leaving - antd they will stay
fresh, but get them at Bloomfield's.
-dec12

ISan_ Carlo GRAND

. ~Season skating tickets nowv
After Dec. 15, $3.50. Weib
Skating Rink. 'sec.1C

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