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APE SIB THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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"mTIONAL DEFENSE'fl
OVOATETO TALK'I

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Shos at 3 zoo, 6:,,o, 8100. g,,
M1onday, Janl. 21-Robert Warw ick in
""the Flash of art Em:erald.'' World
return.
Tuesday, Jan. gig-"Thie Cowardiv Way,"
a five part Fgnitable featni e withi
F.ot nce Reed as the star.

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Ma(rGeneral Leonard Wood
Speak in February on
"Preparedness"

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713 E. Univ. Ave.

Develops Films, Malccs Prints and En--
l argce uits, 'Takes groups and \Views knv-
wher An ti t~e, 1-om1e Port raiture a
Spcci ltvy. Is an %.l-arould( Photographer.

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C RIEF OF STAFF IS AUTHORIT1
Major General Leonard Wood has
accepted the invitation tendered him
b the Ann Arbor branch of the Na-
tional Security League, and will cone
to Ann Akrbor to speak on the general
subject of "Preparedness." The lec-
Lure will be given in Hill Auditorium,
probably on the evening of Monday,
February 21.
General Wood was lately chief of
staff, the ranking position in the Unit-
e~l States army, and is generally re-
garded as one of the most capable of-
ficers in the service. He has given
much thought to, the general problem
of national defense, and appeared be-
fore the Senate committee to advise
on this subject within the past week.

TAKE U'R . R

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FOWL

J -HOP MEALS

Breakfast, 6-10

Dinner. 11-2
Short Orders at All Hours

Supper, 4-8

MUSIC WITTI{YOU KEALS

601 Ea-,t Liberry

Pop. Mat. Wed.
Best Seats $x.
Saturday Mat.,
25C to $I.5O.

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Week Jan. 24.
Nights 25c-$3.
300 Orchestra
Seats $i.5o

The Musical Comedy Sensation of !Jany Seasons
ARTHUR llAMA ERSTEIN
Offers
The Big "TI NG-A -LI NG" Mus;ical Jollity
Book and Lyrics by Otto Hauerlbach-u- y Rud.olpah 'Frii l
Authors ot "Th-e ie"
A GIANT, RESP'.RLENENT REVE R1Y OF LIFE,
COLOR, GAYETY AND ENTRANCING MELODY.
A Notable Cast Surrounded by a Bewitch'ing ?Beaaty Chors of Joyous
a Singing and Dancing Girls
w 'a

CALL MEETING OF
MEN EXP'ERIENCED)
IN MILITARY DRILL
(Continued from Page o)ne)
training at the Michigan Union next
Tuesday. It is hoped that many of
themxvil be willing to volunteer their
services in case military training is
introduced. Inasmuch as there must
be many others who have served in
the National Guard or have received
training in some other capacity, it is
hoped that they will also attend the
conference upon the same footing.
Lieut. Wrightson, U. S. A., Com-
mandant at the University of Wiscon-
sin, has made the suggestion that it
will probably be necessary in order
to secure a full quota of non-commis-
sioned oificers to have some volunteer
training before the opening of the fall
semester, in the event that military
training is to be definitely introduced
at that time. Students who are will-
ing to volunteer for such training
either during the spring semester or
the summer session, providing ar-
rangements can be made, are asked
to come to the conference at the Pin-
ion Tuesday evening or to sendi word
of their willingness to the ""on-mittee.
Roy 'W. Fond t, a'16,in 1lt1Sit-tI
Roy W. Fonda, '166, is ini: ' lUni-
versity hospital rafterin.- with quinsy.
London, Jan, A.- nisterdam
dispatch to the Central News says
that the total booty of the Teatonic
allies during seventeen nionths- of
war is summed up in Vienna as fol-
lows: Nearly 3,000,000 prisoners, :10,-
000 big guns, 40,000 machine> guns,
while 470,000 square kilometers of en=
emy territory has been occupied.
Leave orders for the "Baby" J-Hop
Souvenir at the Daily office, Press
Bldg. Phone 960. tf.

Wed"u' (ay, Jan. 26--Alice Brady in "Te I
Rack." A World feature in lice parts.
AgNCONA NEGOTAIN
liouY,-t uT o I o M r
plei 'V(Concor'd Iheiveceu Ite
ThfreelPowvers
Washington, Jan. 22. - Lusitania,
Persia and Ancona troubles between
the United States and the Central
Powers are approaching the final set-
tlement according to authentic reports
here today.
Carl W. Ackerman, the United Press
correspondent at Berlin, has sent the
first authorized statement that the
German Imperial government is draft-
ing the final note which is intended to
settle the whole affair satisfactorily.
At the same time word was received
from Ambassador Penfield at Vienna
assuring the American government
that no Austrian submarine was re-
sponsible for sinking the liner Persia.
The only things in the notes which
are likely to be unsatisfactory to the
United States are incomplete dis-
avowal and failure to give assurances
for the safety of non-combatants. Bt
Berlin is conciliatory and Austria has
put herself on the books as being ted
tomiti nentoa .undersea operations, so com pl e te. o i
cord between the three b~ower:- jJt-oa
sidered probable.
LINER NEW YOII-i ? RE'AjIJ ti~l'
SAFELY AFTER PViLOSTI
New Y(.)+, Ji.22. - BattdbyIe
worst stormus tat=hlia i ever eh
her twen1 t ' as ofr.n--
lantic seorvic'-, the Anil;aim lner Ne
Y ork IrLeached p1 _;rtiL ls. I u iri:g two
Sdays late, bearig g ;sea--worn pas-
sengers to whoa: th, ut' of firm
earth seeml. le hmost 1,0,_ ping thing
iThe I, inre!, I1 ough a snow
that111 igh hae eiled many a ves-)
sel n Ls rute ithit her almost as
scion as she teame from Liverpool al
week ago la.st Wednesday, and so se-
verely that Charles Parkinson, the
Liverpool pilot, feaf~ed to return to
pori- nd decided to stay on board. He
miade I;tie trip across the ocean as did
the pilot of the same line steamer St.
Paul last week.
The Mi1chigan Daily for the rest of'
year-$1.50.
Our Service
is always Gentlemanly, Courteous'
and Prompt. Stark 2255. tf'

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chiga ensn Portrats
Do not wait until the last minute
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WEEK.
JAN.
31

A. H. WOODS presents
The Play with a Punch and a Thrill
With a Cast of Great Distioction

One
Yeair
Republic
Theatre
New
York
City

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GLOVES
for men, best kmown mnakes at reason-
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Co., M[ain street. wed-eod

BUSIESSOPPORTUNITY
Just right for two students; $4,000
takes established business clearing
over $200 per month. If you mean
business, wvritt3 Michigan Daily, Box
xx. nov27tf

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SWISS TELEGRAM
S:YS THAT ITALY'S
CABINET RESI4NS
(Continued from Page One)
Rome that reports of a separate
peace between the country which he
represents and Austria are absolutely
false.
Austria Withidraiws Troop~s
Rome, Jan. 22.-Montenegrin and
Albanian news has now been assumed
as of a military character. Hence it
is withheld and censored, and is in-
evitably delayed. The Austrians rely
upon the cooperation of Montenegro
for the success of their future plans.
Albania is now upset owing to the
breaking off of peace negotiations.
Thus it is indispensable that the Auis-
trians shall not know the measures
adopted to oppose their advances in-
to Albania, which possibly has been
abandoned since after the occupation
of Cettinje. The Austrian troops at-
tacking Montenegro were withdrawn
and the operations are considered to
have been concluded. Much time is
needed for their resumption.
Granid Duke's Army Attacks Turks
Petrograd, JTan. 22.-The Grand
Duke's Caucasian army has began the
assault on the outer defenses of Erze-
rum, principal city of Turkish Ar-
menia, according to dispatches re-
ceived here today. Blizzards and bit-
terly cold weather are hindering the
operations. The city is now surround-
ed by modern fortifications and no
easy victory is expected by the mili-
tary authorities.
Aillies' Ships Bombard %Geaveaghatcli
Paris, Jan. 22.-A despatch from

with Albania, our correspondent is in-
formned that the Allies are in complete
agreement with regard to future ac-
tion in Albania.
MEXIA8hNS 'SHOOTsS iH IO N
Killing of El Pas6 Couiity Ranchman
and Recent Slaughtei- Incenses
Border Americans
MEN A'.. T IM NG VAMPS RESCUED)
El Paso,, Tex.,. Jan. 22.-The killing
of Berk Akers, an Ll Paso county
ranchman 'Friday afternoon by Mexi-
~cans at San Lorenzo, a village near
Juarez, has further incensed Ameri-
cans along the border already worked
up over the recent slaughter of eight-
een Americans at Santa Ysabel.
This evening when a crowd of Mex-
icans appeared east of El Paso on
tine bank of the river with some cat-
tle, American troopers guarding the
line ordered the Mexicans away and
when one of the Mexicans made a mo-
tion as if. to draw a -revolver the
American troopers opened fire. The
Mexicans soon disappeared in the
brush..
The body of Akers was brought to
El Paso today for burial after having
been brought up the valley to Juarez
by Mexican officials from the scene of
the killing.
Akers recently came here from Case
City, Kentucky. Akers was shot

M AJES~leatS. Tues. - Wed. - Fri. - Sat.
NI.GfITS5: 7:30 and 9 SUNDAYS: 1:30-3-7-8:30
FOIR A THR EE DAY 11Y COMMENCING MONDAY NIGHT
'4 1;
OR THE COLS"E"E GIRLS FROLIC
ARTHUR WEST, CECIL RENARD, UBEIRT CARLTON and an array of FEMININE PULCHRITUDE
W~ftlrr r CGREAT EUROPEAN SCENIC
RALF1 L.* SENSATIONAL SURPRISE
"' Ir a High - Class Comedy
Novely Act
bah ~mIFunology
BILL RUIT - - MONTANA COWBOY
I= r THOSE MERRY
HOUSELY & ° " MUSICIANS

COMING
Jan. 31 and Feb. 1-2
""The 'German

Side of the

War"'

NOTICE : THESE ARE GENU-
INE PHOTOS TAKEN BY THE
CHIICAGO TRIBUNE
Not Faked or Aged
by Movie Actors
DON'T BE FOOLED BY ,JUNK AND
POOR IMITATIONS
THIS IS A REAL. WAR PICTURE
TAKEN ON THE BATTLEFIELD
UNDER FIRE
SHRAPNEL EXPLOSIONS TAKEN
WITH A TELEPHOTO LENS
BATTLE OF TARNOW
TAKING OF LE MB E RG

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DON'T MISS THIS TODAY 1:309, 39, 7 AND 8:30 P. M.
A ~II EDEST WOMAN 1
T U U~N THE SCRE.NE
At Her ,.STARTLING A $L
Rest and ye : lTRRING SEATS 1 GeaetI.V TAI

Milan to the Temps says tile squadron; twice, once in the head, and once in
of 16 warships of the Allies wvhich :Athe heart.
bomlbarded Porto Lagos, the Blgar- ! -
ian seaport on the Aegeaztzneuar the! Call Lyndon for good pictures.
Greek border, also shelledl the mili-
tary barracks and a railwady station The J-flop Souvenir Edition -5
at Geaveaghatch and destroyed a'mil-' each.
itary train.
Allies Agree Regardinglbaniya Orders for five or more copies of the
Rome, .Ja-n. 22.-With' referene to! J-Hon Edition delivered wvithout extra
this evening,'s cabinet council ealinzg chlarge.

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