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GE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TAILORGRAM NO.

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Amateur Finishing receives our careful
attention-No scratched or stained
films when we do your work.

ITNEY THEATRE FEB.
I Not a Moving Picture Play

To Look Your Best

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Should be the aim of every man. The element of pride
is gratified also economy is afforded in a hand Tailored Suit.
Pride is satisfied because the suit is cut and made to the
individuals need-economy is attained because such a suit will
give longer wear and more satisfactory service.

- LYNDON

We had almost forgotten what great acting in the theatre was but
Faversham brought it to ut again."-Chicago Herald
The Greatest Success of Faversham's Career
Direct from His Chicago Triumph
ATHRILL ING MODEF N
DERAMACTE
3OPERE3LY AC11hDA

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Spring Wollens Now on Display

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jo, K. MALCOLM

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604 East Liberty

Malcolm Bldg.

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713 East Univ.

Makes the best Lantern Slides-"plain
or colored-you can get anywhere in
the U. 3.
P. S. Did you know that first and
last he has made over 25,000 Slides?

""""AM

REPAIDEPAR T ENT

Is an important branch of our
Business. We give careful
and painstaking attention to it.

FILM DEPICTS NEWS MAKING
Movi e Will Show Each Process in the
Manniacture of a Daily
Making clear to the reading public
the vast amount of energy and work
expended in putting the news of the
day before them in acceptable form is
the function of the film, "Racing the
Deadline," which will be shown in the
lecture room of the Natural Science
building Monday night.
Every step, from the time the re-
porter is given his assignment by the
city editor until the paper is delivered
into the hands of the newsboys is
shown by the picture, which was taken
in the shop of the Chicago Tribune.
The realization of what is required to
publish a single edition of a metro-
politan newspaper is unknown to the
majority of those who accept the news-
paper as an every-day event.
Admission to the performance will
be free and the general public is in-
vited. The film is brought here under
th auspices of Sigma Delta Chi, na-
tional honorary journalistic fraternity.
VAINTING OF DR. PITCHER IS
PJRESENTEI) TO MEMORIAL IALL
Dr. Benjamin P. Brodie, of Detroit,
has recently presented Memorial hall
with a fine oil paintin-r n] TDr. Lina
Pitcher, one of the former deans of thc,
medical department.
Dr. Pitcher was one of the earliest
dpans of the medica ldepartment and
a such was very influential ii giving
t-he department its present strength
ana reputation.
Tho portrait, which is a very fine
old oil painting, has its replica in the
metdica! building. It will hang in the
office of Secretary Wilfred B. Shaw.
SE'NATE VOTES FAVORABLY ON
i ViIFTIT MN N WAARMAGUT.AN TREATY

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S GARRICK Week of
Wesay i iIF~ Feb. 14th
and Fri.E
DETROIT
TOW TPIGS
THE GREAT MUSICAL REVUE
ARCADE
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 8:00, 9:30
Sat., Feb. I9-Bickel & Watson in "The
Politicians," Kleine. Also 'art r5
"Trip Around the World."
Mon., Feb. 21-James Lackaye and an
all-star cast in "York State Poiks.'
Majestic: 20 cents.
Tues.,Feb. 22-Gail1 ane in "The Laby-
rinth." Equitable.

Hailer Je wery o.

IWOOPING
5UCCESS'
THE

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State Street
Jewelers

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1)TROT "T WIl E 1 AM('
Detroit has 785,000 population.
Detroit grew 80,000 in 1915, 350,000 in last 10 years.
predict a growth to one million by 1920.
Detroit is 4th American city in buftding.
Detroit is 4th American city in exports.
Detroit offers best real estate opportunities in the cou
subdivision lots sold each week.

Statistics

ntry.

1,000

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A YOUNG MAYS CITY.
We will have opening for a few college graduates in our real
estate business. Men open to positions no r or at graduation, who
feel they have business ability are invited to correspond at once.
400 Holden BIdg. WALTER C. PIPER ITlOlT, )ILC-

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TYPEWR InT E C UB
SPECIAL T EUD TS OFFER
Opportunity to Purchase any Standard Typewriter at CLUB RATES
OFFER GOOD FEB. 15th TO 29th INCLUSIVE

LATEST MODEL NUMBERS
Any style type--any length car-'
riage, or any special keyboard-
without extra charge.
Instruction and Practice Books
Free.
All Machines Positively Cuaranteed
TWO YEARS
Sample Machines
en Display at
GEORGE WAHR'S
BOOKSTORE
316 SOUTH STATE STREET
Representative will be in Ann Arbor
during the two weeks and ay be seen
at. WAN R'S STATE STREET STORE.

VISIBLE WRITING
Nos. 10 - 11 - REMINCTONS
4 - 5 - UNDER WOODS
1-2-3 - - MONARCHS
1.2 - - L. C. SMITHS
2-5 - - - -ROYALS
SPECIAL $34 0
CLUB RATE
No. 5 - - . . OLIVERS
1-- --- ROYALS
SPECIAL
CLUB RATE .
EVERY MACHINE, SHIPPED
DiRECT FROM FACTORY

UNITED TYPEWRITERC
DETROIT, MICHIGAN
Shakespearean restival
W H ITNMEY TmH E AT R E
Feb. 23-24 Mat. Thursday
Special Engages ent of the eminent
Actor

Washington, Feb. 18.-By a vote of
55 to 18 the Senate today ratified the
treaty with Nicaragua, by which the
United States acquired a strip of prop-
erty at Nicaragua now known as the
"Canal Route," and also the right toj
establish a naval base on the Gulf
of Tplonseca. For this concession the
United States agrees to pay Nicaragua
$3,000,000. The treaty also grants the
option to the United States of renew-
ing the lease. and grant for a further
period of 99 years.
Toi Va cavanal ugh for District Attorney
Martin J. Cavanaugh is mentioned
as a probable choice of Congressman
Frank F. Doremus of Detroit, to suc-
ceed Clyde Webster as United States
District Attorney for the eastern dis-
trict of Michigan. Webster's term ex-
pires August 6.
Mr. Doreius has announced that he
will select an attorney from outside
Detroit.
hand-ball Men Needed for Tourney
In order that drawings for the hand-
ball tourney may take place at the
time announced, it will be necessary
for about a dozen more men to enter
in both singles and doubles. Because
of the fact that the awards this year
will be more or less elaborate, hand-
ball enthusiasts are expected to more
than fill up the schedule.
"'V" Book Store Open for Business
Students having money due or ow-
ig, or other businessato transact at
t'-he "Y" book store, are requested to
call today between 10:00 o'clock and
noon in the morning, or 3:00 o'clock
and 6:00 o'clock in the afternoon. The
book exchange will be left open for
about a week~
daps Seek to Buy American Initerests

I rpheum 'Theatre
FAMOUS STARS IN FAMOUS PLAYS
Mat nees, 2:oo, 3:15 Evening, 6:45, 8:oo
9:15 Saturdays- Holidays Continnous
Sat. i-Lillish Gish in The Liy and The
Rose, a n d Triangle Conedy, with
Charles Murray.
Sun., Mon.-a20- ar-valeska Suratt in the
The Immigrant.-
Tues. 22-llessie Barricole in The Golden
Claw.'t'riangle Comedy xtra Io
matinee.
ALPHA NU IHOLS (MRD ANNUAL
BANQUET AT MIC1IGAN UNION
The 63rd annual banquet of Alpha
Nu was held at the Union last even-
ing. The principal speakers were
Prof. Arthur G. Hall, who spoke on
"Alpha Nu of the 80's." and Mr. L.
L. Bryson, who gave a talk on "The
Value of the University in Preparing
for Citizenship."
Wilbur 341. Brucker, '16L, acted as
toastmaster.
U-NOTICES
2:G) o'clock today-Band Bounce re-
hearsal. U-Hall.
Senirs desiring pictures in this
year's Michiganensian must arrange
Oor sittings today.
Senior Lit basketball candidates re-
port this afternoon to Alfred Thomp-
son, phone 1.
(Will Not Try More EastlandiDefendants
Chicago, Feb. 18.-Six men charged
by the government with responsibility
or the loss of more than 800 lives
in the Eastland disasterdo not have
to come to Chicago to stand trial.
This decision was handed down by
Federal Judge Clarence W. Fisseran
in the district court at Grand Rapids
yesterday.
Wil l :ve War Portfolio to Houston
Washington, Feb. 18.-It was re-
ported tonight that President Wilson
has decided to give to Secretary of
Agriculture Houston, the secretaryship
of war made vacant by Mr. Garrison's
-esignation. The report was not offi-
ially confirmed.
t. Clair Club Elects Officers for Year
The St. Clair club of the university
held its meeting and annual election of
3fficers last evening, at which Wm. L.
Kemp, '18, was chosen president,and
Chester J. Robertson, '18D, secretary
and treasurer.
Johns Hpkins Alumni Hold Luncheon
Alumni of Johns Hopkins university
who are at present connected with
the Unive'rsity of Michigan will hold a
luncheon at the Michigan Union at
12:30 o'clock next Tuesday afternoon.
Four Killed in Syracuse Explosion
Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 18.-Four per
sons are reported killed and six in-
jured by an explosion in the building
of the picric acid plant here tonight.

Pn LCES: 50c-$2.00

M MAJESTI

Mail orders YowT
ON E YEAR IN iNEW YOR K CITY

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Sd5s NIC-EXJ
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NOW
PLAYING

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THE BIG MUSICAL SHOW
"AROUND THE TOWN"
EARL DEWEY and MABEL ROGERS
A CHARMING GIRLIE CHORUS
SUN DAY BIG wUPRISETheda Bara
Hill Auditorium

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SEATS FLB. 24,

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and a capable Company of Players in complete
productions of Shakespeare's
HAMLET - - Wednesday Night
MERCHANT OF VENICE Thurs. Mat.
MACBETH - - Thursday Night
This being Shakespeare's 300t Anulve sary the en-
rgemuent is timely, asNr. Keerd holds the record
run of Hamle t ever accredited an a cto r.

Of-THE
MLTUPQOUTAN 6RANDU6FAO
LIBRETTO BY WILLIAM FoRTJ.
PRODUCED BY AUBREY STAUFFER
SCENERY BY ARTHURV.FRASER

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No
rnent

1NVESTIGATE THIS
investment approaches Endow-
Insurance in safety-none per-

Mat., 25-50-75-$1.00.
Seat Sale Feb. 21st.

PRICES:
Nights, 50-75-$1.60-1.50
Mail orders now

Whether you want to take a train tbbi t re4 iMenoral Society
or make a call, we will get you there The Menorah society has secured
on time. Our service is just as Rabbi Louis Wolsey, of the Euclid
prompt in bad weather as on pleasant Avenue Temple, Cleveland, Ohio, as
days. Stark Taxicab Co., phone 2255. the speaker for Sunday. He will speak
on, "A'Study of the Personality of the
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wit. Jew," at Newberry hall at 8:00 o'clock
Company. state St. Tailors. Sunday evening.

Maniia, P. I., Feb. 1.-NegotiationsI
are being carried on by Japanese in-
terests for the purchase of the entire
property of the American Lumber com-
pany. The price is said to be $1,000,-
000. Recently Japanese companies
have made heavy purchases in vari-
ous industries of the Philippines.-
Important Questions to Be Voted on
Citizens of the city will vote on four;
important questions at the regular
election held Monday, April 3. One is
the election of ward officers, supervi-
sors, mayor and other officers, and an-7
other on revising. the city charter.

units the equally profitable use of such
small amounts of money-none so suc-
cessfully inculcates the saving habit.
It insures your life, it protects your
own old age, and it performs this
double function at a cost which to a
young man is not appreciably greater
than the cost of an ordinary or 20
payment life policy.
Write or phone for an illustration
at your age. It will pay you to in-
vestigate this proposition.
Harry Bacher, District Agent, The
Provident Life and Trust Co., 516 E.
Madison St. Phone 735-M.
feb19-24

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Tomorrow the purpose of the
ALL NATION REVUE will
be fully explained.
Read these ads.

Shoes repaired while you wait. O.I
. Andres, 222 S. State. tf
Call Lyndon for a good flashlight.
eod-tue

Davis Store, 119 So. Main St.
The "Standard" Loose-Leat Book at
Wahr's. Your name on cover without
expense. Feb.15to29
Our Serivre
is always Gentlemanly, Courteous
and Prompt. Start 2255. t

The Fifty-Fifty Athletic Union Suits
that made pavis famous last year. The

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