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E MICHIGANAl

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THlE BEST DRESSED MEN

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y u have their clothes made-to-measure.
It is not a fallacy, to say that clothes
reveal their origin even to the casual
r 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
z ~your friends, why' not you?

G. H«.IWILD COMPANY
Leading :Merchant Tailors State St.

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Flowers For Christnmas
It Will 'Grow In uWater
CHRISTMAS CARDS,
The Nosat, Corxplete Li0ne i n i te City

THlE MICRHIGaAN' DAILY
Of icial newspaper at the: University oil
Mrichigan. Pu.blished cve: y morning except
Monday during the univer-sity year.
lEntered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class 'matt~er.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptioils: by carrier or mail, $2.$0o. Want
ad. stations: Quarry's, Students' Supply
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State.
Phones: Business, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
Francis F. McKinney. .. Managing Editor
John S. Leonard.......... Business Manager
lE. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
Tomn C. Reid ...........clegraph Editor
Verne Burnett ..... ...egraph Editor
E. ]'. Wright .:.............,....Sports Editor
J. C. B. Parker .......Assignmnent Editor
Joseph J. Brotherton .... ......City Editor
Conrad N. Church...... .......City Editor
Edwin A. Hlyman.............:City Editor
Lee Joslyn ........ ..... C4),..it Editor
Irwin Johnson... ....A"Ir. Eficiency Board
Gor'lon 1). Cooke.......... Statistical Editor
J. I,. Stadeker .......... Supplement Elditor
tedward Mack .........Advertising Manager
Kirk Whit.. .......... Publication :.la nger
Y. R. Althseler.... Circulation Manager
Ci. V. S'ellers...........Accountant
C. T1. Fishleigh . .Assistant Business Manager
Night Editors
Leonard WV. Nieter Wiliam F. Newton
Reporters
II A. Fitzgtrald William 11.. Fort
Waldo R. Hunt Golda Ginsberg
Martha Gray Nat Thompson
Jacob M. B~raude W. R. Atlas
Earl Pardee I:. T1. McDonald
Fe. A. Baumigarth 1.0. S. Thompson,
Bruce Swaney I,.IL. Ziegler
R. J. B~lumn A. F Paley
C S. llIuntley A. Shoenfield
.Business Staff
Albert IF. homne Roscoe iRau
E_. C. Musgrave F. M. Sutter
K. S. McColl Maxwell Cutting
George Nobil
TUESDAY, DECEMBE~R 21,11915.

Comejimn and Lock Over Our Line

SHEEHAN'S

STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on E±astern time, one .hour faster
than local time. .
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-S :io a.
m. an'd hourly to 7:10_ P. In., 9:1,0 p. mn.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-S :48 a. m, and
every two h furs to 6 :48 p.in.; to Lansing,
8:48 p. Ill.
Local Cars, Eastbound-5 :35 a.,in., 6 :40 a. m.,
7:o5 a. mn., and every two hours to 7:05 pi.in.,
8 : o P. im., 9:05 p. i., 10:45 P. In. To Ypsi-
,anti only, 8:48 a. III. (daily' except Sunday),;
9:2o a. in., 12z:05 p. mn., 6-.o5 p. in., 11:15 p.
in., 1:15 a. in., 1:3o a. In.
Local Cars, Westbound-6:x2 a. mn., 7;:o a.
m.,, and every two hours to 7:50 p. °i., 10:20
P- ., 1, 2:2o a. im.
The Anno Arbor. Savings Bank /
Organilzed 18691
Capial ..... . $ 00 0J 0 0
Sur ha--~ ------ ,0
RO urePo_ ..9 _h,000

We Have 'a
FULL LINE OF
Cat Flowers and Plants
For All Occasions
COUSINS &HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 1 15

INight

Editor...William P. NewtonI

TYPEWRITERS

TYPEWRITING AND
,SHORTHAN4D
MIMsEOGRAPHIING
yi t g for Ike Type Jvrif&"
0. D M ORRILL
L322 S. State St.

Coalwoke Lumber
P'laning Mill Specialties
fnte rior Finishing
JNO" J. S AUVE.

I ilone s

1.10 '71V TT LiYG1 lJ

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WISHING YOU A
MJERRY CHRIIST. -.
M AS ANI) A HAP.*
PY NEW VYEAR.
CARPENTER '14 VISITS DAILY
Last Year's .11anaging Editor Hone
Front Columbia
IH. Beach Carpenter, '14, ex-'17L,
managing editor of The Michigan
Daily last year, spent yesterday in
Annl Arbor visiting The Michigan
Daily office in the afternoon. He
stopped over on his way home from
New York, where he is studying at the
Columbia University, Law School.-
CABINET CLU'B OF MICHIGAN
TiO l)A NC(E IN WASHIJNGTON, lD.C.
Members of the Cabinet club -,vial
hold their fourth annual Christmas
dance on Monday, December 27, at the
Raleigh Hotel, Washington. The Cap-
itol City boys expect to have a large
number of the Michigan alumni out
for the occasion. It is hoped that the
faculity members, who. are attending
the Pan-American Scientific conven-
tion .in Washington at that time will
be able to attend. Mr. and Mrs. James
Baird will act as chaperones-Mr.
Baird was captain of the Varsity
football team in 1895.
The Cabinet's special car will leave
Ann Arbor for Washington. at 3 :15
o'clock this afternoon on the New
York State special.
"'IThNTI'ON STUJDES !"
jFor quick MESSENGER CALL see
last ad on BACK OF TELEPHONE DI-
RECTORY. Phone 795. 4'17E.

Thieves Relieve
Granger of Roll
"The female of the species" is an
old expression used In various ways to
express various things. It has been
Iused so many different times in so
many different ways, that it was
thought no new use existed. But,
strange as it may' seem, another use
has been found.
Before the members of the State
Grange in one of the meetings last
week In Hill auditorium stood a man
and his wife, two humble and forlorn
figures. The speaker told their story.
They had come to the city full of
trust and innocence and as a result
the old man had been relieved of his
pocketbook. The amount he had left
would not be suficient for him to take
his wife to a "movie."
So. as the speaker told it, the broth-
ers and sisters of the Grange hadtak-
en compassion on them and had united
in raising a sum to take care of them
during the rest of their stay. As she
finished her speech, she delivered into
the hands of the old man 2 bright,
new dollar bills.
There was a pause, then the old
man spoke:, "I'm going to give my
money to my wife this time," he said.
"I amn doing this for two reasons: In
the first place, I guess that I am get-
ting too old to take care of even my-
self; and in the second place, the bills
are safer with her, for God only
knows where a woman keeps her
money."
"The female of the species s"-well
ihdure it out for yourself.
SCHEDULE OF SPECIAL CARS
Following is -a list of the special
cars 'which will leave Ann Arbor this
afternoon from The Michigan Central
station :
One extra coach to Chicago .. 1:17
One extra coach to Illinois ..... 1:17
One extra coach to Chicago .... 2:29
One extra coach to Detroit on
Wolverine. ...........2:42
New York State special train.. 3:15
Cabinet club's special, car for
Washington, D. C........... 3:15
Kentucky club's special cat for
Louisville..........3:15
One extra coach to Detroit .... 5:00
Grand Rapids club's special cars 5:59
One extra coach to Detroit .... 6:05
Two special sleepers for Hough-
ton and Calumet ........6:05
One extra sleeper for Chicago . .1028
PHIOE NIX CUB AEK !PLAN TO
GIVE ANNUAL DETROIT DANCE
Thle sixth annual Christmas party
of the Phoenix club will be held at
9:00 o'clock Wednesday, December
29, in Detroit at th Riverside Tem-
ple, corner of Baker and Hubbard
streets. The affair is informal. Tick-
ets may be obtained from Phoenix
men at the door. All Michigan stu-
dents may consider themselves cor-
dially invited.
IWomens' .Organizations
Josephine Pockman, '18, Constance
Winchell, '18, and Marie Fluegel, '18,
have been awarded their "M" arm-
bands for excellence. in . gymnasium
work.
The award was made in accordance
with the honor point system recently
introduced in the department of phy-
~sical education, to those who have 30
points. to their credit.

H vreaThe M ichigan

Main
St.

WAH'

State
St.

Ui-Mversity Bookstore
Ueyrnn .dd o'o; I'WS D i s n o t so m u c h . in [
Iiio d ;y iilot of tlhing . s, asin,3 U
13 being shore o2 what yo, d know. [
fl Know "VEVT an' yo , '4 1 be slicre f
onyour tobacco wisdom.U
The Beauty of My Business Is
[ FLOWERS

FLOWERS FOR
Corsage Bouquets
Baskets of Flowers
MRS. FLANDERS
Phone 294
Open Sundays, 9 to 12'

ALL OCCASIONS
Floral Designs
From ,75c to $15.00
Flower Shop
21S EA ST LIBERTY STRELT~
FLOWERS DELIVERED

A Complo~t. Liue of
Drul S undiries, Kodaks
Candles, Perfurmes

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213 Souzth Mgmdn St. Araun Arbor. Miah.I

FOR 1916. EASILY THE BEST EVER PUT OUT.
IMANDSOME CHRENISTMAS GIFT
PUT IN ENVRI4QPE POR'
MAILING
Price, 50

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At holidaL; xue l'or e]el t'en of a Dress Suit more than
any oa~terseaon)f the year. It',, the time when you need
tile bey-t, and on ly the best.
CrA fiustom :Ta"loed _;e';.Suit will leave no chance for
embar asx; it Or seil (ConscI~vousness.

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Do you drive
winter?
You sho~ld.

an automobile in the

It's {convenient.

$50.00

D. EGRENNAN
REAL CUS0M TAILOR
6 3 E.L .1 YSTREET

You, can heat your garage safely and
economically with a SAFETY GAS
GARAGE HEATER.
Approved by insurance companies.

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Depa e taperand nvelopes
All Depurtmenu1s
.qUNT AIN PENS SOLD AND REPAIR ED

Wash tenaw Gas Co.

, F.c SCLE E

340 S. State

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SA.. M BURGH FIELDI

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The FIRST and BEST Tailoring
Establishment in Ann Arbor
NNOUNC
We have an exceptionally fine aind varied
line of Wooki' g to shows you this Fall.
SAtURHILD& YC.

WuliAN4

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REPORT OF SECRETARY LANE
*ADVOCATES NEW MINING~ LAWS
Washington, Dec. 20. - Secretary
Lane in his forthcoming annual re-
port speaks of the necessity for a,
new set of mining laws.
"The old code;" he says, "is so
laborate and complicated that the best
of brains cannot -tell what'the law is.
The truth seems to be that between
mining engineers and mining lawyers
the rules of the game have been re-
fined into obscurity; and if Congress
were to say to the President that
he might select' three men familiar
with. mining laws and miners' diffi-
culties to. suggest a new mining code
to Congress, it would, I believe, be
giving in earnest a new freedom to
the mining industry."
Students, for tke UesL safe, speedy,
reliable economical Parcel and Mes-
senger service, call 2028. nov3tf
Shoes repaired while you wait. 0.
G. .Andres, 222 S. State. dec20eod

Ecclesiastli C{on t Suspends Pastor
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 20.-The ec-
clesiastical court which tried the Rev.
George Chalmers Richmond, rector of
St. John's Protestant Episcopal
church in this city, on charges of
conduct unbecoming a clergyman and
violation of hiis ordination~ vows, to-
day rotur-uedl a 'vertlivt recommnending
that 1w be suspendled fr om the per-
formanc_- of his chuirch duties for one
year.
TIC: trial Was ..t.the rsl of contro-
versy <<.'d friction , >_.etwelthe Rev.
Mr. ih ndad iBlihpRhilelander
over thie econduct of affairs in St. John's
churchl. <Mr. Rirchmondr~ was accused
of swhar er t"ii ig the ishop in
their lc.rrespondeonce andIn ( rtheir con-
fereneart.digchrhaffairs.
Yeriugt m Reo'o erivg ^; -3niOperation
R. 1. seii roio,', who wais op-
eratedupon for apndaiit;, at the
°University hospialat;0 wt-"k, is re-
ported as eoeinbta not yet
out of, danger.

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/ Illinois Ioi H.e Special Car Home
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ it Sa11spiprf a h linois clu b's specal car will
I~c" r ieei aeAn rb ;r a' Chicago at 1:17
liamil o('lol( td~:vat te Michigan Cen-
State aneats aand St..-
________________ au ri-~et ae been arranged
to ]o L _, the ediusness of the trip
1~lor Wx. C IIMajo & o. honeandgoodtine ill be had by every-
-- __.____..._____._'0 you t o o r number? Flop
Go o C H lla~ & o.farwal- ai plit~~ Ure~eJ.There it iW
7.- We can do your papering, painting,
Goodbaa'~ VCI h~ ~dys a titin, ex, t oce.C. H. Major &
p:vt'am; ~Q ':'-ek .1Co. 3Ph;one 23. dtdo*21
- -~- --. -~-- Fo paerig,;intnfrg or decorating
Shitsmad o idr-U.11\iia! any ind,;gotosC. H. Major & Co.,
Compny. tateSr. ailos. 'GZ~ W shinStonSt. , edtdec2l

H EELS
When you want the best
say

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Always* resilient--never
grow haird with wear
Once worn,
no comfort Without them

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