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SIX' t'fhll ICHI AN ''AIe
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We Can Make a
Dress Suit
which will look as if molded on you. It will
be the perfection of fit and fashion, embody-
ing elegance and good taste.
Whether you. respond to a toast, or lead
in a German, other men will admire your
suit and some may ask,"Who is your Tailor?"
But allow us time enough to put into your,
suit those refinements which are the Hall-
marks of our work.
DRESS SUITS KA If L SHIRTS TO
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Can You Take Pictures?
This may seem an unimportant question, but it is not.
Photography plays such an important part in every walk
of life nowadays, that no college man can afford to go
into the world without it.

Whitney Theatre Jan14
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COMPULSION STIRS
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ever taken of Ann Arbor and the Picture-
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and enlargements made to order. Drop in and
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That's What They All Say

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Italians Want To
Rule lMon tenegro
Mountain Kingdom, Attacked on All
Sides by Austrian Forces,
in Great Danger
Rome, Jan. 10.-The Italian press is
urging that the government assume
the control and defense of Montenegro.
Montenegro, they urge, is dynasti-
cally united with Italy through the
Italian queen, who is the daughter of
King Nicholas.
In the second place, they point out,
that as Montenegro is now situated she
is threatened by the Austrians with
the loss of Mount Lowzen, which in
Austrian hands would make Cattaro
impregnable and the defeat of the Aus-
trian navy on the Adriatic impossible.
Austria is determined on the con-
quest of this strategic fortress, they
say, and Montenegro is fighting them
unaided--a pass to which she is hard-
ly equal. Reports have reached here
toray of a violent bombardment of
Mount Lowzen by the Austrian heet
off Cattaro, coincident with energetic
attacks by the Austrian army along
the Montenegrin frontier.
There are now in Italy 58,000 Aus-
trian prisoners, beside 62,000 which
have been transferred from Serb.a.
Saginaw Club to Be Organized
A meeting will be held at the Mich-
igan Union Wednesday evening, Jan-
uary 12, at 7:30 o'clock, for the pur-
pose of organizing a Saginaw Club.
The object of the club will be to boost
the university, and also to help the
students from that city to become bet-
ter acquainted with each other. All
Saginaw students in the university are
urged to attend.
Students in University Hospital
William C. Skinner, '19M, Willard
Girwin, '16E, and J. F. Runner, '17M,
are confined to the university hos-
pital withnan acutehdisease of the ear,
the result of la grippe.
Engineer Society Elects Rakestraw
Linn M. Rakestraw, '16E, has been
elected a junior member of the So-
ciety of Naval Architects and Marine
Engineers at a meeting of that or-
ganization held recently in New York.
Folders, Announcements, etc. Try
The Ann Arbor Press. (*)

HUNGER BRINGS GREEK REVOLT
Lack of Food Causes Trouble in
Grecian Islands of
Samos
Paris, Jan. 10.-An insurrection in
the Grecian islands of Samos due to
lack of foodstuffs led to the filing of
an urgent protest of the Greek gov-
ernment against the arrests of the
German, Austrian, Turkish and Bul-
garian consuls at Mitymelia by the al-
lied powers and continued prepara-
tions for the attack that is believed to
be impending on Saloniki are report-
ed in dispatches received from Athens
and Saloniki today.
Send Creek Cruiser
According to an Athens dispatch,
the Greek cruiser Hilh and the de-
stroyer Leos with a strong contin-
gent of troops have been sent to
Samos. to deal with conditions there.
It is generally believed that the feel-
ing is such that martial law will soon
be declared in Athens itself.
A dispatch from Toulon tells of the
interning of the central powers' con-
suls arrested at Saloniki on board
the French auxiliary cruiser Savoie,
formerly in the New York-Havre serv-
ice.
''AllANT ELECTION MAKE
PR EDITIONS UNCERTAIN
(Continued from Page Four)
,rally of sound proportions. Tht.
steel trade shows remarkable activ-
ity, and this is more due to home
trade and an accumulation of domes-
tic orders than to war contracts. The
leading mills are well employed and
in scme cases their entire output is
sold for six months ahead. Railroads
have been larger buyers; building
contracts are being placed with more
freedom and our domestic shipyards
are also liberal consumers of steel.
Finally, a further improvement in the
sterling exchange situation has taken
place. being the result. of the return
of securities, gold imports and the
placing of large foreign credits.
As a whole, therefore, the outlook
is decidedly encouraging, but it is
recognized that present prosperity
may be of a somewhat transient char-
acter. Therefore more or less prud-
ence will have to be injected into ex-
cessive financial operations extending
into the future.

General Election on Forced Service
lan 3IaY lie Reslt
o Agitation
liHARE 'Sl'IT N 0OVERNMET
London, Jan. 10.-The interest of all
England is centered on the situation
arising from the intr duction of the
compulsory military service bill.
While it is admitted in most quart-
ers that a general election would re-
sult in securing the support of the
country for the measure, the govern-
ment is evidently desirous of avoiding
such an eventuality if it is in any
way possible. Certain papers, how-
ever, noticeably the Daily Mail and
the Daily Telegraph give it as their
opinion that with the open opposition
of the Labor Congress to the bill the
election is inevitable.
The Manchester Guardian, the
strong conservative organ, expresses
regret that the first introduction of a
compulsion plan should result in the
disintegration of the coalition cabinet.
However unsteady the union of part-
ies has been, it said, under the stress
of certain untoward events, it has
tended to the concentration of
country on one object from the out-
break of the war to the present time.
"The break-up," says its statement,
"is announced by the massive ma-
jority against the government bill at
the great labor conference yesterday
and is signalized by the prompt resig-
nation of three labor ministers. Of
the three parties forming the coali-
tion, one has just withdrawn. Of the
other two parties forming the coali-
tion, one has just withdrawn. Of
the other two parties one distin-
guished member has withdrawn while
a material proportion of the rank and
file will go with him.
"The government has at a stroke
become a party government. Al-
though the party is due in politics
and adefinite and regular opposition
emerges at the same moment. Such
are the.deeply regrettable consequenc-
es of which many of us have con-
sistently warned the government since
the conscription agitation began."
DECLARES GREEK RULERS MAD
ITnezelos SAys Only Hope Rests on
Strengthening of Anglo-French
Forces at Saloniki
Rome, Jan. 10.--An Athens dispatch
forwards the following portion of a
speech of ex-Premier Venizelos of
Greece which it says he delivered in
reply to the congratulations of a
deputation of merchants who waited
on him on his name day.
"I wish that the rulers of Greece
were sufciently sensible to realize
the importance of her present situa-
tion and rezulate the country's policy
according to the circumstances of her
geographical position. Instead they
are a-parently determined to reduce
Greece to a mere Mediterranean
-tate'
They do not understand the place
clearly assigned to Greece because of
her geographical position. Our inter-
ests as well as those of the Anglo-
French are diametrically opposed to
those of the Austro-Germans, yet the
government continues blind to the
Bulgarian peril. We can only hope
that we can be spared evils unfor-
unately inevitable.
"Our hope lies in the presence of
the Anglo-French at Saloniki and the
strengthening of their position there.''
Four Killed in Springfield Collision
Springfield, Ohio, Jan. 10. --Four

persons were killed and eleven others
injured when a Big Four switch en-
gine struck a street car at a grade
crosisng here tonight.
Ask Ushers to Report
All Choral Union ushers are asked
to report for the Palmer lecture,
Wednesday. January 1.2, at 7:30 p. m.
In future all cars stop at Goodyear's
Drug Store. tf
Call Lyndon for.a good fiashlight.
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A RC A D.E
Showsat 3:oo, 6:30, 8:oo g :-o
Tuesday, Jan. i -Lenore Ulrich in "The
Better Woman." Equitable
'Wed. Jan. 12-Mle. Diane and Charles
'rowbridge in "The Siren's Song."
World.
Thursday, Jan. 1-'-"nmmy of Stork's
Nest," Mary Miles Minter. A Metro,
return date:.'

"P AGANINI"
The New Comedy Success
By the Author of "Marie-Odile" and "Kismet"

ADDITIONAL THEATER NEWS
The story of "Paganini," the new
play in which George Arliss is com-
ing with fresh triumphs from Chicago
to the Whitney Theatre on Friday,
January 14, deals with a romantic
phase of the great violinist's career.
It treats of the infatuation conceived
for Paganini by Charlotte Watson.
daughter of a wealthy London mer-
chant, at whose house the eccentric
maestro was a guest in 1830. Char-
lotte's fiance, a young English army
officer, upbraids her for permitting
Paganini to display a fatherly inter-
est in her, and enlists the aid of his
aunt and uncle, Sir Richard and Lady
Strangford, in an effort to hastenthe
departure of Pagani. The tale of
Charlotte loveis carried to her Brt-
on of the old school. He upbraids
her to a degree that sends her post-
haste after Paganini, whenathelatter
is at Dover en route for France. At
the Ship Inn in Dover, where the sec-
ond act is laid, Charlotte openly de-
clares her love for Paganini and her
firm resolve never to return home to
London. Paganini was a man much
older than Charlotte, and had, be-
sides, embarrassments standing in the
way of a union with her. How he
deals with the situation to the ulti-
mate good of the innocent Charlotte
is said to lead to a dramatic climax
affording Mr. Arliss opportunities
surpassing even those of "Disraeli."
CO-AtlPTROLLER'S REPORT
LAUDS FEI)ERAL RESERVE
(Continued from Page Four)
excess reserves of $891,000,000 on No-
vember 10, 1915.
"Banking power," the surplus, capi-
tal, circulation, deposits, etc.. of all
reporting banks, national and other-
wise, amounted in June, 1915, to $25,-
397,100,000, and increase in a year of
$1,057,090,000.
Rankin Home Burglarized
Burglars broke into the home of
Prof. Thomas E Rankin, 605 Os-
wego street, Sunday afternoon about,
4:03 o'clock, taking a quantity of
money and silverware. Entrance was
.gained by prying open a window in
the. library.-4
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Just right for two students; $4,000
takes established business clearing
over $200 per month. If you mean
business, write Michigan Daily, Box
XX. -nov27tfi

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A Fine $2.00 a Day House located on
Electric Line and nine miles fromn Ann Arbor.
We serve special dinners to small Banquets,
Clubs and Parties. Phone 63
Regular 50c-Meals-Special $1.00
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Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St.

Orders by Mail Received Now
Seat Sale Wednesday Prices 50c to $2.0

Parisian Ivory Leather Goods Silverware
Gold Pocket Knives Chains Pencils

M A JESTIlC"^INEE 3 aP.M. 10c and 18c
TI NIGST,7:30 and 9 15c-2$e-20c
IF YOU DON'T WAN T TO LAUGH-STAY A% AY :
"Ws company of Tsileswho"*pre-
tThe L1Va ier sent a skit filed with comedy,
girls and music.
Sherman, Just One
DeForest "A -ircus ' Laugh After
BILL ROBINSON HALLEN & HUNTER CAPLANE & WELLS
Colored Comedian "JUST FOR FUN" Roomerang 'Uhrowers{

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Thursday - - " THE FOUR HUSBANDS "

ASQUITH PRAISES BRITISH
RETREAT FROM GALLIPOLI'
(Continued from Page One)
manding officer anti men of both serv-
ices-may well be proud."
Retirement Helps Turks
The complete abandonment of the
Dardanelles campaign has been ad-
mitted. It is estimated more than 200,-
000 Turkish troops are available for'
use in the other theaters of war. These
comprise the strongest corps of the4
Turkish army, already trained by a
year of the hard fighting on Gallipoli.
They will be thrown, it is believed
here, either into the proposed Egyp-
tian campaign or to Mesopotamia to
drive out the British force so pre-'
cariously situated near Kut-el-amara.
The destination of the military and
naval forces likewise relieved for the
Allies is being suppressed by the1
censor,.
Shoes repaired while you wait. 0,-
G. Andres, 222 S. State. tues-eod

ENGLISh ARMIES IN MESO-
POTAMIA REPORTED LOST
(Continued from Page One)
along' the Tigris.
Critics Admit Danger.
Military critics here do not con-
ceal their fear that the entire British
force is still in Kut-el-Amara, as a re-
treat southward by part of it would
drive them into open battle with the
Turks, who are believed to be in at
least three-fold superiority. A Turk-
ish war office statement issued tonight
reports that the Turks already have
penetrated through the British main
position at Kut-el-Amara and fore-
shadow the early capture of the fort-
ress.
Fischer Party at Michigan Union
Friday evening, January 14. Dancing
from 9 to 2 o'clock. For tickets call
2370 or 236. jan11-12-13
The Ann ArJ' r Press-Press build.
ing, Maynard s!i eet. Phone No. 1. (*)

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