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December 18, 1915 - Image 5

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THIIE N I IIA,'~

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Whitman's Cand y
for the
FOLKS AT HOME

lake Christmas
Last all Winter

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When3 you're out looking for your Winter
h ercoat, just pay this store a visit. We don't
ask you to favor its, aut we do insist that you'll
regret slighting its.
There isn't a finer, smarter or complete
showing of P ercoats than ours in Town and
we'll show you prices iat you can't beat any-
where.

The New

Michigan Packages
Tied With Michigan Colors
Sealed With Michigan Seals

Buy a supply
of Columbia
Double Disc
Records for
your Talking
.1achine.

1, 2, 3 or 5 lbs. each
Leave your order early for Xmas
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 SO. STATE ST.

They make an ideal gift and play on any standard Disc Mac
Columbia Records ire guaranteed to outlast any other, and
you less. 65c for io in. and $1.00 for standard 12 in.
Allmendinger Music Shop
122 .ELiberty street /4ii

Wadhams & Co's Corner
MAIN STREET

GRANGE TAKES RAP
AT PREPAREDNESSI

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Other Business Transacted;;
Closed With Vote of
Tchanks

Sessionl

ONE

Be
Attractively
Dressed
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individu~ally
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR F, MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
516 East William St. Phone 1422-

"GOTH IC
ARROW
COLLAR
FRONT FITS CRAVAT KNOT
PERFECTLY. 2 for 25c
CLUETT. PEAhQDY & CO.. INC.. MAERS

MUSICAL CLUBS GIVE CONCERT
The stand taken in absolute opposi-
tion to preparedness was the one qut-
standing feature of the State Grange
meeting yesterday afternoon. After a,
long discussion the report of the com-
mittee on resolutions, which expressed
opposition to any greater extension in*
expenditures for the army and navy,
was carried by a unanimous rising
vote. At the same time the officers of
the Grange were delegated to send
this decision in letters to Congress and
to the President of the United States.
Rural Mail Delivery Considered
The committee on resolutions,
through its chairman, E. S. Hall, also
presented the question of the readjust-
ment of the rural mail delivery service
of the state. A unanimous vote also,
represented the decision of the Grange
as opposed to any arrangement that
would detract from the serviceability
of the rural mail delivery. The argu-
ment as favoring the committee's re-
port and thus opposing the readjust-
ment was to the effect that the idea of
service should be considered above all
others.

I r-acation 1

$6.00

S hoes

. $4.98

$500 S h o e s . $4.
BOSTONIAN and FLORSHEIM

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CAMPUS OOTERY s0 so.
State St.
The Mack Dress Making Shop
underthe supervision of

Mrs. H.

B. McLaren

desires to submit designs and receive orders
for 1916
junior Hop Gowns
and Party Dresses generally. An unusual number of
exclusive eastern styles are now being shown.
Mrs. McLaren is an artist of exceptional ability and her
work has achieved high distinction among fashionable women
of the city.
It is desirable that college women should arrive at a de-
cision and make the necessary arrangements, if convenient,
before leaving on vacation.

The Grange also unanimously voted
to favor the Palmer-Owen Child Labor
bill which seeks to regulatechild labor
through the setting of an age limit and
®. also of a time restriction for those
who do work. At the morning session
the Grange went on record as favoring
the state-wide prohibition measure and
in the afternoon voted $500 to the fund
for securing prohibition in Michigan.
Pass Resolutions of Thanks
As a means of showing the citizens
of Ann Arbor their appreciation for
the entertainment given while the
Grange has been in session here, the
following resolution was presented
and unanimously passed at the after-
noon session: "Whereas, the members
of the Michigan State Grange; now as-
sembled in Ann Arbor, do most highly
and heartily appreciate the many kind-
nesses, the hospitality and hearty wel-
come they have received and which
have made our stay here so profitable
and enjoyable; therefore, be it re-
solved, that we extend to President
Hutchins, the university faculty and
officers, the city of Ann Arbor, the Ann
Arbor -Civic association, the Wash-
tenaw Pomona Grange, the six county
Grange associations, the club organ-
izations and all individuals who have
contributed to our comfort and enjoy-
ment, our most sincere thanks."
At the opening of the evening meet-
ing, which was necessitated by the
large amount of business left over
from'the afternoon session, it was de-
cided to maintain at the Ann Arbor
hospital a free Grange bed for all
members of the State Grange.
Musical Clubs Give Concert
The combined Glee and Mandolin
clubs of the university gave a 25-min-
ute concert for the members of the

IMPHRVMENTS ON
RIFLE RANGE MADE
Different Faults Remedied; Facilities
For Shooting Greatly
Enhanced
TEAM CHOSEN ON ABILITY
Many, improvements have been
made on the indoor rifle range under
the baseball grandstand since the
season for indoor shooting started.
The enclosure has been cleared of all
unnecessary material and turned in-
to a gallery that would do credit to
any organization needing such a
place. The different faults which
were so noticeable at the first of the
year have been remedied as they be-
came evident and steps have been
taken by the members of the club to
eliminate these shortcomings per-
inanently.
In the first place, a larger stove
has been installed and plenty of fuel
collected so that the range may be
kept warm in all weather.^ This obvi-
ates the necessity of the marksmen
keeping their overcoats on and being
seriously handicapped in their shoot-
ing. The lights have been improvcd
in two ways. Every target is amply
furnished with incandescent bulbs,
making it easy to see the bull's eye,
and the lights are now well guarded
by boards, a measure which prevents
the bullets from spattering and
breaking the bulbs. This saves not
only expense but also a great deal o
trouble to the men who are shooting.
Firing Platforms Constructed
Facilities for shooting have been
greatly enhanced by the construction
of platforms on the firing line from
which the riflemen can fire from a
prone position. There are two tiers
of these platforms, making it possible
for all of the seven targets to be fired
upon at once, a feature which saves a
large amount of time.
The men are chosen for the team
on a comparative basis, the 14 with1
the highest scores being picked to
represent the university in the,
matches with other colleges. If anyt
man makes a higher score than a
member of the team this man is auto-f
matically considered on the team and
the lowest team man is dropped. With
this system the students not already
on the squad have an incentive to trye
their best at all times with the hope
of making theateam if they can make
a good score. The team men are keptc
working in order to better their own
records and get as far as possible out
of danger.
Range Has 12 Rifles
At present there are 12 rifles at the
range. The seven best of these are
reserved for the use of members of
the team, and the other five are for
men not holding that coveted posi-
Grange before the evening meeting in
Hill auditoriur. The members of the
Grange responded heartily to the ef-
forts of the musicians and brought
them back for three encores. As a
conclusion to their program, the mem-
bers of the combined clubs gave aT
"locomotive" for the audience. c
The meeting last night brought the
convention of the State Grange to a
close. From all standpoints it has,
been the most successful meeting held
in many years. The entertainment
provided them .they considered the
best they have yet received, and the
amount of business done, consisting of
suffrage, prohibition and child labor
resolutions, outshone the achieve-
ments of any previous meeting.

Electric Toasters
Make the finest toast for breakfast without any fuss or
trouble, and they are always ready.
Electric Heaters
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 best things for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and other delicacies.
The Detroit Edison Company
Eastern Michigan Edison Division

LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDA
AT THE
SUGAR BOWL
109 SOUTH MAIN STREET

WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS

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Conservation of Ener

LOOK FOR THE NOTES

What .Electrit y Means
to You in Your Home

Electric Flat Irons
They save many steps in the kitchen

The new waiting and fitting rooms are located
on the Second Floor near the Tea Room.

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tion. Several of the men have their
own private rifles and can use them
providing that they conform to the
standard set by the National Rifle
association as regards sights and
trigger pull.
Last year Michigan entered a rifle
team in the association for the first
time, being rated in class C, as are
all teams in their first year. At they
end ofthe season the Michiganteam
stood at the head. of its class and
graduated into class B, at the present
date, occupying the position of last
organization in that division.
The members of the club are trying
to turn out a team that will do the
same this year in class B as they did
in class C during the last season and
thus place Michigan's rifle team
among those of the first division.
Prescott Club Reorganizes ~
Prescott club, a pharmic society,
reorganized and elected the follow-
ing officers yesterday: President,
Charles Costa, '16P; vice-president,
Joseph Miller, '17P; secretary, Robert
Brown, 116P; treasurer, H. N. Oell-
rich, '16P. The next meeting of the
club will be held on January 12.
Ten cents rents a good Eastman
Kodak, any size you want. Lyndon's,
719 N. University. octlOsat-sun
THE CHOICEST
of Christmas gifts are to, befound at
the Palais -Royal, 304 South Mlain
street. decl5to19
Have you got our number? Flop
your phone directory. There it is!
2255 Stark.
Skis, $2.25 to $4.00 at Switzer's, 310
State. edtdec21
Students, for the most safe, speedy,
reliable economical Parcel and Mes-
senger service, call 2028. novetf
2255 2255 2255 2255
The Ann Arbor Press-Phone No. L
(*)

SOCIETIES TO HOLD MEETIF
t
Young People of Churches to H
Unique Joint Gathering
At a joint meeting of the you
people's societies of the Congre
tional and Presbyterian churches
be held in McMillan hall' this eveni
at 7:30 o'clock, many unique and
teresting features will be offered. 'T
entertainment will be in the form
a railroad social and the evening w
begin in the station. Dr. W.
Moriarty, instructor in English, w
be the station-master, and announ
of trains.
The train will leave promptly
Athleticsburg, where the passeng
will see a football game between Mi
igan and the University of Chica
The town of Make-Believe will be v
ed in order to see a theatrical p
formance.
Coming next will be the city
Harmony, whose residents have p
pared several musical numbe
Hawaiian music will be provided
Ralph S. Moore, '18E, C. S. Seabro
'17, and W. F. Crockett, '16. A pia
duet will be given by Grayce E. C
ley and Florence Walker, of
school of music.
Refreshments will be served at
railroad lunch stand and then
guests will be takento a suburbofS
Francisco, where a mock fisticE
counter will be staged between-
W. Hamilton, grad., and Newton
Fetter. student pastors.
Grange Men Tendered Receptio:
Members of the Michigan SI
Grange association were tendered
reception by President Harry
Hutchins, and the deans of the va
ous colleges and schools Thursday
ternoon. Mr. Edwin Markham, N
spoke in University hall Tuesday
ening, was also in the receiving 1

FOR RENT WANTED

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-
colm. novl6tf
FOR RENT-Desirable suite. 332 E.
Jefferson. dec18
VOR SALE

W A N T E D - Position - Competent
white woman, wishing to cook in a
fraternity or take charge of kitchen.
Fine references. Inquire City Y. W.

ADDITIONAL CLASSIFIED ADS
LOST
LOST-Silver bar pin set with five
red stones. Sentimental value. Re-
ward. Phone 1632-W. dec17,18
LOST-Waterman fountain pen. Find-
er please call E. Herzberg, 885-M.
dec1.2

C. A. Telephone 1108.

decl5to21

F OR SALE-Overcoat, long,

heavy

Chinchilla, litle won; vsi ze 7; cost
$30; sell for $10. Call Monday af-
ternoon, 503 E. Liberty. dccl8-19
FOR SALE--Oliv.er typewriter number
nine, latest model, never been used.
$65. Phone 2136-J. decl7to2l

WANTED-Experienced janitor ser-
vices can be secured after January
1; capable of caring for heat,
lights, water, elevators, etc. Ad-
dress Janitor, Michigan Daily.
decl8-19jan6
WANTED-Ten copies of The Michi-
gan Daily for Tuesday, December
14. Five cents a copy- will be paid if
brought to The Daily office. dec18

The Popular "Ukulele" would make a splendid Present for
anyone who loves good music-
It is a facsimile of the Spanish Guitar. No music in all the world
has gained such rapid and favorable popularity.
We are State Agents for the genuine Nunes & Sons' Instrument."
Competent Instructors

Christmas s Near

CRINNELL BROS.

I 1S. Main St. Phone 1707

For papering, tinting or
of any kind, go to C. H. M
208 E. Washington St.

F. r h.i.

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