THE MICHIGAN DAILIY PA(
January Clothing Sale
We will offer our entire stock of Clothing at 25
per cent reduction for the month of January.
This includes every Suit and Overcoat in the Stein 7loeh
make, blues and blacks included, nothing reserved or
Some Small Lot and Broken Sizes at 1-3 to 1-2 off
All Trousers at Twenty per Cent Reduction
Mackinaws at Twenty-Five per Cent Reduction
Fur Lined Overcoats at One-Quarter Off
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.
The J-HOP Special
THE VERY LAST WORD TN RE V , DWC!(
LOOKS IJKE $ .oo--TASTI> LiKE $C o
IWUT COSTS ONLY
January Clean Up Sale
BOSTONIAN and FLORSHEIM
CAM PUS BOOTE RY state st.
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Scientific Laboratory Supplies
Chemicals, Drugs and Sundries
THE EBERBACH f SON CO. 200-208 E. Liborty 8t.
TALK ON ARMENIA
Mrs. E. C. Partridge Will Address
Women; Carl Compton to Be "Y"
Speaker on February 13
ANNOUNCE CONCERT PROGRAM
To acquaint the campus with the
conditions now existing in Armenia,
the Armenian Students' club has ar-
ranged to have two American mission-
aries from Armenia address the men
and women of the university on Sun-
day evening, February 13. The pro-
ceeds of the concert to be given on
Friday evening, February 18, will go
toward the relief of the Armenians
who have taken refuge in Russia from
Mrs. E. C. Partridge, missionary to
Sivas, Turkey, will address the women
of the university in Newberry hall.
Her husband, the Reverend E. C.
Partridge, who is also a missionary,
is at present touring the United States
lecturing on the Armenian massacres.
Mr. Carl Compton, also a missionary
to Turkey, will be the "Y" speaker on
the same evening. Mr. Compton left
Morsovan after the recent massacre
by the Turks. The place for this lec-
ture has not yet been decided upon,
but it will probably take place at the
Meeting a Stone Wall
THE FULL POUND. EOUTALLY APP1ROPRIATE FOR A
VALJENTh NE (;fI'T.
The BetsyRoss Shop
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That's the difficulty you often have when yo want
to buy your clothes. Perhaps you haven't come to
the right store. You certainly haven't looked at
the right suits.
Buy FiTFORM-made for young men and all men.
The coat has natural shoulders-long spear like
lapels-slanting pockets and a deep hook in the
The trousers are straight cut. Their style matches
perfectly with the coat. The cuff is getting to
have less width.
The fabrics this season are mostly dark colors.
There are some medium shades among them.
Plaids are in style. Stripes are starting to come
in again. You don't have to have either. Take a
neat, nearly plain cloth. It is always dosirable.
We advise buying a suit for $2. We can give you *
one at $15 if you want it. At each price your
money counts. It buys the very highest quality
you ever had.
Needed in Our
My specialty is making
Drugless Eye Examinations-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
with Arnold & Co., Jeti >Ieis, 2o S. Maiu St,
P E ZZ'S
S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
A full line of all the correct and
best ideas in Dress Shirts, Ties,
Collars, Gloves and other Haber-
dashery always at your corn
A SMART COLLAR.
WITH A COMFOR.T-
SABLE LOW FRONT
2 FOR. 25p
Carwin '. Kingsley to Give First of
Series of National Security
WILL C H A R G E 'O ADMISSION
The date of General Leonard Wood's
lecture on "Preparedness" has been
changed from February 21 to February
23 owing to the fact that he will ad-
dress the University Club in Chicago
on the former date, and is scheduled
to speak in Peoria, Ill., on February 22.
This lecture, which-is the second
in the series given under the auspices
of the local National Security League
branch, promises to be important, since
General Wood is heartily in favor of
national preparedness and will give
to the audience the conclusions he
has reached after a careful study of
the present situation.
Carwin P. Kingsley, president of the
New York Life Insurance company,
will begin the series with a lecture in
Hill auditorium on February 14 at 8:00
o'clock in the evening. At this time
the committee in charge of this free
gathering plans to announce the in-
tentions of the National Security
League, and the ideals for whicl the
"Fitform is Good Form"
309 S. Main St.
814 S. State St.
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116 E. Liberty St.
Young Men's Clothier
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MEN- W1IO IRE ANTICIPATING
LEA-ING THE UNIVERlSITY
THIS SEMESTER WILL FIND
TIES IN THE REAL ESTATE
BUSINESS. OUR SPECIAL
REPRESENTATIVE WILL iE
IN A NN ARBOR TIlE WEIE K OF
FEBRUARY 21. WATCH FOR
F U R T II E R PARTICULARS.
THEY WILL APP E AR IN THE
DAILY AFTER FEBRUARY 14.
THE i. Ii. TAYLOR REAL ES-
MRS. ZABELLE PANOSSIAN
Mr. Earl V. Moore, head of the organ
department of the school of music,
has arranged the following program
for the concert:
O Patria Mia-"Aida.........Verdi
Miss Rose Hagopian
Adagio ......................F. Ries
Mr. Kr. Aiqouni
Im Sirelee.......Armenian Folk Sons
Oror ("To Mother Armenia") .......
Groung .......... Armenian Folk Song
Mrs. Zabelle Panossian
Air from Messiah.............Handel
Mr. A. Shah-Mouradian
Orientale ..................Cesar Cui
Minuet Moderne in A......Aigouni
The Tears of Araxes.....In Armenian
Luretz Ambern........In Armenian
(Arranged by Mr. Aiqouni)
In My Garden ............. S. Liddle
L-Heure Exquise......Reynaldo Hahn
Le Roi d'ys ................Ed. Lalo
Haberban......Armenian Folk Song
Mrs. Panossian - Mr. Shah-Mousadian
Miss Frances L. Hamilton, Accompanist
University Musical Society Commemor-
ates Former Energetic
FESTIVAL SEAT SALE PLANNED
At the annual meeting of the Uni-
versity Musical Society and board of
directors, held ina Alumni Memorial
hall Wedesnday afternoon, the follow-
ing resolutions, presented by a com-
mittee composed of Dr. J. B. Angell
and Professor F. W. Kelsey, on the
death of Colonel H. S. Dean were
"Henry S. Dean became a member
of the University Musical Society in
1892. At the time of his death, in Oc-
tober, 1915,he had servedthe society
as a director for more than 23 years.
No director followed its development
with deeper interest, or was more de-
voted to its welfare. He was always
ready to contribute freely both time
and energy to its work, and funds to
the support of its enterprises. His
wise counsel, valued at all times, was
an important factor in creating and
conserving financial stability amid the
vicissitudes inevitably attending the
rapid growth of our musical interests.
"The directors of the University Mu-
sical society cherish the memory of
that blessed pipe with good old "Tux" and
knock the daylights out of care and woe and
trouble and all the rest of that tribe.
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
"Tux" is made of the finest selected Burley-
full of gimp and go and get-there liveliness.
But it's a smooth, mellow, fragrant smoke-
the "Tuxedo Process," which is often imitated
but never equalled, takes away all the bite and
parch and leaves it mild, sweet and cool.
Try one tin of -"Tux
.you 11find it will comfort,
Jane Kirkland Graham, A.B.,
is always gentlemanly, Courteous
and Prompt. Stark 2255. tf
is none too soon to make arrange-
ments for our Taxi service for the J-
Hop. Stark 2255. tf
Pay fifty and save 50c on Athletic
Union Suit at the Davis Store, 115 S.
Order the Michigan Daily now-
h and satisfy you as no
LN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
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MOTION PICTURE operator for occa-
sional work afternoon or evening.
Apply in writing, stating experience
and time available to James H. Marks,
Superintendent of Buildings and
Grounds, University of Michigan.
FOR RENT-A very desirable suite,
2 1-2 blocks from campus, at 332 E.
DO YOU KNOW,
That you can save money by buying
CLASSICAL MVSIC AND BOOKS
Grinnell Bros.' Music House
Best Pianos in the City For Rent
Victrola.s $15.00 to $230.00
Our Victor Record Service Cannot Be Beaten
Phone 1707 116 South Main St.
Famous green tin with gold-1
lettering, curved to fit pocket c
In Tin Humidors, 40c and 80c
In Glass Humidor,,soc and 90c
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Colonel Dean not-only as a colleague
who was always to be relied upon,
but as a man whose manliness was
ever an inspiration to the best things."
Mr. Horace G. Prettyman was elect-
ed a member of the board of directors
to succeed Mr. Dean.
A plan, similar to that follov
the past governing the sale of t
for the . 1 AlcJay Festial.
A 1s PHONE