THE MICHIGAN DAILY
MR. MICHIGAN STUDENT:-
After reading many advertisements and articles by The Daily about
superior workmanship and never-before-heard-of quality in J-Hop Pic-
tures, you may be interested in knowing just who got those really worth
Without even as much as asking for a single picture I made just 18
J-Hop House Party Pictures.
It may seem strange, but these orders all came to me by telephone
and now if you really want to know about this superior quality stuff, take
the trouble to look at the other fellows and then a peep at the prints in
my window. Remember, I have a print from each and every negative I
made, on exhibition.
Hlave a look and determine once and for all who delivers the goods
when it comas to Pictures.
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Opportunity to Purchase any Standard Typewriter at CLUB RATES
OFFER GOOD FEB. 15th TO 29th INCLUSIVE
LATEST MODEL NUMBERS VISIBLE WRITING
The Perfect Dance Oxford
Any style type-any length car-
riage, or any special keyboard-
without extra charge.
Instruction and Practice Books
All Machines Positively Cuaranfoed
Sample M a ch ines
on Display at-
316 SOUTH STATE STREET
Representative will be in Ann Arbor
during the two weeks and may be seen
at WAHR'S STATE STREET STORE.
Nos. 10-11 REMINCTONS
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To Speak on Art
Matness GARRICK Week o4f
and Fri. Fb
THE GREAT MUSICAL REVUE
Mr. Leon Makielski Talks This
noonn Alumni Memor-
Why si Ia aree
What makes a ciga-
It must be delicious to
your taste, of course.
But the fact that Fatimas
please the taste of most
men--they outsell any
other cigarette costing
over 5c-doesn't,by itself,
make Fatimas sensible.
Fatimas are a sensible
cigarette because 'they
also give you cigarette
of every long-Smoking
day just what cigarctte
And you'll realize that
you've found tie ine
cigarette you'il wantrt
stand by- -xsenl:e
Why not try Face
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They are cool. That
means comfort to th°
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better yet, they r 've*
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Stick to Fatimas and 7
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Distinctively ' [
Mr. Leon A. Makielski, of the de-
partment of architecture, will give an
informal talk at 3:00 o'clock this aft-
ernoon on the collection of modern
art paintings from the Albright Art
gallery of Buffalo which is now on ex-
hibition in Alumni Memorial hall. Mr.
Makielski's talk, which will be en-
tirely informal, will be given as h
walks about the gallery, discussing
the paintings as he goes. Mr. Makiel-
ski, because he has studied art in
Chicago and Paris, and has had paint-
ings on exhibition here previously, is
particularly well fitted to discuss these
works of art.
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SELLERS FOR CONCERT
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Thou Art Very Great," published in
the United States a few years ago,
gave the country a taste of his la-~
borious undertaking, which he has by
no means given up, though he was
forced to rest on account of the con-
ditions in his native land.-
MOVIE SHOWIN0 PLANT OF
CICAGO TRIBUNE COMING
Students interested in newspaperi
work will have an opportunity to see]
in moving pictures the entire plant
of the Chicago Tribune in operation,
next Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock
in the Natural Science building lecture,
"Racing the Dead Line," a two-reel
film showing the making of a modern
newspaper from the time the reporter
receives his assignment until the final
locking of the forms, will be exhib-
ited. Admittance will be free.
Y. X. C. A. POSTPONES SUNDAY
31 EIN(.S UNTII NEXT MONT
Due to the jubilee celebration of the
Y. W. C. A., the student Y. M. C. A.
will not hold any Sunday night meet-
ings at the Arcade theatre for the next
two weeks. The association plans to
cooperate with the women and does
not wish to have any of its meetings
conflict with those commemorating the
fiftieth anniversary of the Y. W. C. A.
The next "Y" meeting will be held
Sunday, March 5.
THREE MEXICANS EXECUTED
BY SOLDIERS FOR STEALING
El Paso, Tex., Feb. 15.-Three Mex-
icans charged with stealing ammuni-
tion from the 27th Regiment armory
of Juarez, were stood against an adobe
wall in Juarez at 1-1:30 o'clock this
morning and publicly shot by a squad
of soldiers under command of Cap-
tain J. J. Valle.
BIOCER U. S. ARMY PROPOSAL
DEFEATED IN ADELPHI DEBATE
Representative Wood led the attack
for a bigger United States army at an
open discussion in the Adelphi House
of Representatives last night, but his;
bill' was lost by one vote. Next Tues-
day night, the House will debate the
question of Philippine independence.
fen Wanted for Gargoyle Staff
Several, vacancies are now open on
the business staff of The Gargoyle and
all men wishing to try out should see
the business manager in his office at
the Ann Arbor Press building on
Wednesday and Thursddy of this week
from 1:00 to 3:00 o'clock.
The Iichigan Daily the rest of the
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 8:oo, 9:30
Wed., Feb 16 -Thurtowv Bergen in "The
Thurs., Feb. 17 - - Francis X. Bushman
and Beverly Bayne in "Pennington's
Fri., Feb. i8-Valli Valli in "Her Debt
of Honor." Metro.
119 B. LIBERTY STREET
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ADMINISTRATION SCORED BY
ROOT IN PARTY SPEECH
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pation of Vera Cruz the moral power
of the United States in Mexico ended.
We were then and we are now hated
for what we did to Mexico, and we
were then and we are now despised
for our feeble and irresolute failure
to protect the lives and rights of our
citizens. No flag is so dishonored and
no citizenship so little worth the claim-
ing in Mexico as ours."
Three fundamental errors in the ad-
ministration's policy toward Europe
since the outbreak of the war were
outlined by the speaker. They are.
first, the lack of foresight to make
timely provision for backing up Amer-
ican diplomacy by actual or assured
military or naval force; second, the
forfeiture of the world's respect for
our assertion of rights by pursuing the
policy of making threats and failing
to make them 'good; third, a loss of
the moral forces of the civilized world
through failure to truly interpret to
the world the spirit of American
democracy in its attitude toward the
events which accompanied the early
stages of the war.
The destruction of American lives
by German submarines was cited, and
the assertion was made that the
American government acquiesced in
the treatment of Belgium and the de-
struction of the "law of nations" by
not making any official objection to the
conduct of Germany in Belgium.
The defects of the present admin-
istration are due, said Mr. Root, to
the temperament and training of Presi-
dent Wilson and the incapacity of the
In summing up, the speaker prom-
ised that if the Republican party is
restored to power, an adequate pro-
tective tariff, a fearless foreign pol-
icy, and a regular army necessary to
carry out this policy will be institut-
ed. "The Republican party stands for
a citizenship made competent by train-
ing to perform the freeman's duty of
defenseffor his country," statedythe
speaker in concluding.
NEW YORK ALUMNI AID
MICHIGAN UNION FUND
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upon a ten-foot screen "Portraits of
men and women who by their service
to mankind have made the University
of Michigan famous the wide world
Later each diner was supplied with
an individual telephone connected with
the Union clubhouse in Ann Arbor and
the headquarters of the University of
Michigan club in San Francisco.
Greetings were spoken and returned
and songs and yells exchanged.
President Harry B. Hutchins then
gave an address, following which the
envelopes were passed around for sub-
scriptions to the Union building fund.
$1,425 was collected in pledges.
from the House of Kuppenhemer on
sale by N'. F. Allen a Co., Mat
served piping hot from the oven.
notice necessary for this unseasonable delicacy
NMAY BE INDULGED IN AT ANY
TIME EXCEPT SUNDAY
"Art is long, life is shtort
N. B. - Reservations may be made for our SPECIAL FIFTY CENT
SUNDAY EVENING LUNCHEON one week in advance.
There are only a few days left for Seniors to get
Do not wait until the last minute
The Only Studio
on the Campus
TODAY AT M MAJET CiNTAT
3:00 p MA.ESTIC pAm. "A " 7:30-9 p.m.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES with CREAM
FRESH STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE
At least one hour's
Greatest ot Ventriloquists
___ ners of Sprightly Songs
ROACALt and SHELLY
"Rosa the Fruit Vendor"
CLAIRE and ATWOOD
TKURSDALY, 'ARtOUivD TffE TO t&N
DETROIT "THE DYNAilIC"
Detroit has 785,000 population.
Detroit grew 80,000 in 1915, 350,000 in last 10 years. Statistics
predict a growth to one million by 1920.
Detroit is 4th American city in building.
Detroit is 4th American city in exports.
Detroit offers best real estate opportunities in the country. 1,000
subdivision lots sold each week.
A YOUNG ' :NS (CITY.
We will have opening for a few college graduates in our real
estate business. Men open to positions now or at graduation, who
feel they have business ability are invited to correspond at once.
400 Holden Bldg. WALTER C. PIPER DETRlojT, MICiL.
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Cleanliness is Next to Godliness
A thorough cleaning of your watch is an occas-
ional necessity. When we c'ean your watch we
clean each and every part separately and most
as 1: f spral
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Mlchiganenshan Proof Due Saturday
All corrections in copy for organ-
ization stories for the Michiganensian
must be in by Saturday of this week.
As the organizations will not be per-
mitted to read proof, the staff urges
that special attention be given this
Towsley, 1919 Guard, Fails to Return
Charles A. Towsley, guard on last
fall's All-Fresh eleven, is unable to re-
turn to school this semester. He has
accepted a position with the Dow
Chemical company of Midland, where he
lives. It is likely that ne will return
I here next fall.