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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Evc ling ClotheCs
This cut represents our Full Dress
Suits made by the Stein 1 loch Co.
and which are offered at a special
price for the holidays at $35.00.

Full Dress Coats
Tuxedo Coats, .
Full Dress Pantaloons
Full Dress Vests
Full Dress Suits . .

. $25.00
. 25.00
. 6.50
. 3.50
. 35.00

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YOUR. SUE
flHIS season's style deman
.l form-fitting clothes. T1
makes it absolutely necessary t1
experts work Un your suit from t
start. And of course, you requi
all wool materials, in your choi
of shade, fabric, and cut.
You'll get just what you Wa
at The Big Store.

These Suits are all made by the Stein Bloch Co.
and we will sell you any part of the suit at
the above price, these we carry In stock and
are this season's style.

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FASH'ON PARK
AJLER-ROLHEST R
CLOTHCRAFT
$15 to $35

LINDENSCHMITT APFEL & CO., Main St.

@00 4. $3.00
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Call and look over our Special at $22.00, any style
PUS OOTERY stat a st
TUE~ E ERBACH (t. SON COMPANY
Scientific Apparatus, Chemicals and Student Laboratory Supplies
for Biology, Histology, Bacteriology, Pathology, and Anatomy

OR DMNED
IJME I sTE UNPROTEVTEI)
AGA1NST FOREIGN INVASiON
SAY EXPERTS
I ,500,OOO SOLDIERS NEEDED
Financial Assistance Lor Propos1tion
Would Necessitate Vast
Expenditure

"Bates-
Street"
Shirts

COME IN

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G Reule, Conlin & Fiegel

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in myriads of exclusive
patterns

very ay is a Pleasant Day to a Man of
Good Disposition and i Average Health
io v miic ° more cheerful is a man's outlook upon life when he is sure
of e rng f e iighit clothes. F1T ' ML)1{ is full measure of style, com-
£oj'L and i ('udliring wear.
FtTF')lIt coat are so fashioned with the soft roll of coat and vest
that its appearance is NIFTY. It's cut in at the waist and in the back.

TH! ESIRBACH ( SON

CO. 200-208 E. Liberty St.

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No D'ops
Needed in Our
h. e Examination.

My s pecialty is making
Drugless Eye Examinations-
determining scientifically and
accurately the gMasses your eyes
require.

CHRISTMAS shopping
cares can be delight-
fully lessened by a few
moments' refreshment in
the
Teas, TSalad~s, Ice's t3
Creams, IcesjDainties,
and Luncheons Ser-
ved at any moment
f ron 8:00 to 5:00 -
Saturday till 9:00 p.m.

Shop facilities enable me to
make your ,gasses, giving you
quick service..
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
O .tornetrist-Optician,
with Arnold & Co., Jewelers, 220 S. Main se.

(Second Floor)

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A SMART COLLAR.
- WITh A COMFOR.T-
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RED-MAN
2 oa. 25#
TROY'S BEST
- PRODUCT

Thick coated chocolates in Maize
and Blue boxes, wrapped ready to
stick into your suitcase. Bloomfield's,
dec12
Lyndon's for Kodaks, films, finish-
tng. Open Suxdays, 9:30 to 4:30 only.

Washington, D. C., Dec. 11.-An
army of 1,500,000 men is necessary to
entirely protect the United States from
foreign invasion, according to the re-
port of the college division of the gen-,
eral army staff which was made public
by Secretary of War Garrison in con-
aection with his official report for the
year. This force would consist of
121,000 regulars, 379,000 reserves, a
Continental army of at least 500,000,
and a furlough branch of this same
service aggregating a total of 500,000
more.
"Without superiority on the sea or
an adequate land force, there is noth-
ing to prevent any hostile power or
coalition of powers from landing on
our shore such part of its trained and
disciplined troops as its available
transports can carry," says the report.
'The time required is limited only by
the average speed of its vessels and
the dely necessarily consumed in em-
barking and disembarking.
"All the other powers of today have
realized the necessity for maintaining
.iighly trained and organized military
and naval forces in times of peace, and
all, or nearly all, are allied in pow-
erful coalition."
In order to demonstrate the unpre-
paredness of the United States against
other powers/the report gives a thor-
ough description of the armaments of
These nations, and the speed with
which they could transport armies to
American soil at any of the points be-
tween coastguard stations. The re-
port is as follows:
"Strength of the seven leading pow-
ers in August, 1914: Austria-Hungary,
with a total trained force of 4,320,000
men, could send 180,000 men, with all
aecessary stores sand animals, across
she sea in 40.7 days in two expedi-
tions; France, with 5,000,000 men,
04,226 in 30 days; Germany, with 5,-
100,000,000, 827,000 in 30.8 days; Great
3ritain, with 695,000 men, 170,000 in
37 days; Italy, with 2,600,000 men,
227,000 in 35 days; Japan, with 2,212,-
J00, 238,367 in 41 days, and Russia,
ith 5,000,000 men, 104,074 in 40 days.
"At present the qualities of these
troops, excepting the Japanese, which
were tried in the recent Russian war,
are now being tested," the report con-
tinues, "and the result is to show that
this test is demonstrating their organ-
s.

Bates-Street Shirts are the best
sellers, because they are correct
for every occasion. Most popu-
lar, for they are the best value
of any shirt sold, chosen by men
of the no-t critical taste, for-
their fine style and workmanship

116 E. Liberty St.

Young Ien's Clothier

t, theirj f ighting .f ' wradh
rat -t-hc ac scpbl fd-
30g S. MAIN ST. '
514 S. STATE
ization, their fighting power, and the
rate at which each is capable f de-
veloping and maintaining its military
strength."
Continuing in this vein, the report
says:
"We are forced to the conclusion
that we must be prepared to resist a
combined land and sea operation of
formidable strength. Our principal
coast cities and important harbors
have already been protected by har-
bor defenses, which, by passive meth-
od alone, can deny to an enemy the
use of these localities as based for
such expeditions."
The financial need of such an army
as is recommended by this report
would average after the settlement of
the proposed system, $319,273,000, an-
nually, while the cost for the first year
would be $503,228,786.

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"Ftfor is Good Form"

Whatever the sty'Xe or iiiode you can be sure of FITFQR I quality. It
will last as long as you want to wear it. It won't look shabby or
sloppy after a few days.
Pay $2 or $25. You get more for your money than buying a lower
priced suit.

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These shirts are ideal for
holidaygifts,andright now
is the best time to buy.

| It's not too tight-just outlining the form.

TOM CORBETT

TheSpecialty Shop ofOrigination

SHOP EARLY ONY1SOPMDY SHOP EARL
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Serving trays fitted in mahogany frames and
lined under glass with cretonne and tapestry,
at various prices.
Electric and Alcohol Chaffing Dishes.
Food Choppers, Bread Makers, Electric and
Alcohol Universal Coffee Percolators. Uni-
versal Electric Grills, Toasters, Irons, Baking
Dishes, Casseroles, Coaster Sets.

LOST-Ten dollars reward for infor-
mation leading to return of male-
Boston bull terrier lost Nov. 1.
Phone 2288. 1044 Ferdon Road.
dec12
LOST-Fraternity pin Friday. Finder
please call 2441. dec
LOST-Pair .of glasses pn Thursday
afternoon. Finder please leave at
Daily office or call 6005-W. dec12,14
LOST--An open face gold watch, with
monogram "G. R. F." on back. Phone
1284-W. Reward dec10,11,12
LOST-Will the person who found
Timbie and Higbie's Alt. Current
text book on Interurban car Thanks-
giving night kindly return same to
528 Packard. It is much needed.
dec12
LOST-Gold hoop ear-ring between
Washtenaw and Hill street, and Wil-
Iam and State streets. Please re-
turn to Watkins, 1485-M, and receive
reward. dec12-14-15
W!NT )
WANTED-Typewriting of all kinds.
Let: us typewrite your thesis. Even-
son & Hyde, the Student Firm. Op-
posite Huston's, upstairs.
dec10-11-12-1415

FOR REIT
FOR RENT-Three fine office rooms,
suitable for a doctor or dentist; all
piped and wired; guaranteed steam
heat. 1713-MOR, 1661-J. J. K. Mal-
col o. nov6tf
FOR RENT-Single room large enough
for two; electricity; continuous hot
water. Phone 633-R, 413 Thompson.
dec10-11-12
WANTED.
WANTED-Waiter who can bring 3
or 4 boarders. 113 North Ingalls
dec11.12
WANTED-Law student who wishes
to use spare time in an office for
experience. Must operate type-
writer. Frank & Jones. Phone 472-
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Season skating
After Dec. 15,
Skating Rink.

tickets now $3.00.
$3.50. Weinberg's
dec 10,11,12

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Large Assorment of Crumb
Trays and Scrapers

Chisma i Na

The Popular "Ukulele" would make a splendid Present for
anyone who loves good music.
It is a facsimile of the Spinish Guitar. Io music in all the world
has gained such rapid and favorable popularity.
We are State Agents for the genuine Nunes & Sons' Instrument.
Competent Instructors

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CRIN N E L L BR OSk

116 S. Main St.

Phone 1017

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ROLLER SKATING EVERY EVENINC
AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON

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STAG, IVORY
AND PEARL
SCISSOR AND
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MANICURE SETS
POCKET KNIVES
SAFET1Y RAZORS
FOWL SHEARS

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