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THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY

TAILORGRAM NO.

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

Whitney Theatre
Mail Orders Now !!"
For the Performance on

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

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Spring Wollens Now on Display

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J. K. MALCOLM

I604 East Liberty
SWAIN
VI3E. Univ. Ave.

Malcolm Bldg.

Photographical Expert
If its a difficult technical job. see him
about it.
P. S. He began to use a camera, an
8x10 outfit, in April 1890.

inug texts o3;tie subJects throughiout
the country and in the words of one
of the muembers of the civil engineer-
iug (olleile "they will be the classics
on t hese stabjects 1for the neOxt hildredl
A banquit was held last youai
Chicago in honor of the .40th anni-
versary of Professor Baker's teachingj
at the University of Illinois. The
banquet was attended by hundreds of
Illinois professors of civil engineering
fromn every university and college in
the country. The featurec was the at-
tendance of the president of every onef
of the national engineering organiza-
tions. The affair is the only test -
1,monial of its kind which has ever been}
Epaid to any teacher in the country.
IProfessor Baker has for many years
been the mhost prominent western.
member of the American Society of
-Civil =engineers. H-e is also a memi-
ber of all of the other national engi-
neering societies. He holds the de-
gree of, Civil Engineer and that of
!Doctor of Engineering.
The subject of today's talk, al-
though it. has not been explicitly
stated, will in all probability be o1.
the subject "Boys. Don't Be Just loth-,
gineers."
LEAI)ERS OPPOSE WILSON'S

ARCADE
Shows at 3 go0.6:3o. 8:00 9-3o
TI-mrs .t.-Dav i opperfield'itep.
North. Liven by Ladies Aid Society
ist Cong. Church.
Fri. ,5-Francis X. Blushmiau and lBeverly
Bayne in"Mfan acid fl is Soul.'' Metro.
Sait 26-Getra Kimball Young in " lue E
Heart of the Blue Ridge.'' Worl. also l
P'art ili "T rip Around the Word.''

Dr'. Elizabeth T helberg
'VASSAR COLLEGE

MaARRneeC Week of
Tuesday and e. 1S
Wed nesday G R I K Fb 1s
DETROIT
GUY BATES POST
O MAR the TENTMAKER

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MONDAY EVE., MARCH- 6 TH
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t of t he Distinguished English Actor
mr. Cyril Maude,
TER NATION-ulpy,
AL TRUIM PHG 'Um 0r*
Prices' 50c-$2., Mail Orders sNow

Will lecture Friday afternoon at three o'clock
IN
Sarah Ca swell Angell Hall
"An Infirmuary for Women of Michigan"

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Orpheum Theatre
FAMOUS STARS IN FAMOUS PLAYS
:Matinees, 00o, 3:15 Evenling, 6':5, 5:oo
():t, saturdav - Holidays Continnousr
Thulirs. Fri .-24-2,--1enan Thomsoin
in T'he old Homestead.
Sat >,-'Willard Mack in Aloha o. F,
Triangle Comedy, for _Matinee only.
Sunl. 1"101t. 27-S--p.allin( iFrederick in
Lydia (Ciliore.

LENSES GROUND TO ORDER
EYE GLASS REPAIRING
See Our. Stic TFite Mountings

Discussion will be in charge of the Home Service Corn.

For a true London shape pipe,
fitted with sterling silver ring
and solid vulcanite mouth-
piece, get the Stratford.
50c,, at all dealers.

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E 1'1'4ORT TIO DEC'lIDE ISSUE
(Colithicitd froln Page (Ose)
a course that will bring a rupture with
Germaniy.
Viennla FxpInlis Attack on Petrolitc
Washington, Feb. 23.-Austria's re-
ply to the American request for an
explanation of the submarine attack
on the American steamer Petrolite
reached Washington today.
Although its text was not made pi b-
I ic ,it is known that the government at
X i . nna has requested further inforn?.i -
tidon fromn the United States concernri I
ti c American version of the attack
and has intimated that the evidencez
a~brnitted by this country is somewb
,', )-ar ance with the statement made bvy

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SAT., FEB. 26
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SHAKESPEAREAN FESTIV..,

Factory Hat Store
1 18 -E. Huron St.

"Communnicates the great thrill of~ the
Thieatre."--Chiceago Post.
"An inmmea~urably fascinating irn per-
sonati on ."-Chicago News.
"A performiance not often eqlualledl."
-Chicago Journal.
The Greatest. Success of
Faversham's Career
DIRECT FROM CHICAGO

For Spring Hats

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W.D. C.
"Hand Made"
Spipes are with-
out peer for
$1.00

PACKARD
Dancing ACADEMY
Every Saturday 9-12

LLIAM DEMUTH4

& CO.

New York

1EAtRY PI+DICTS,
1 I OIWMERCIAI1 WAR
(oiied from P.agC, 01e)
^6inzncial ,strugg e, which will re-
ft in, a victory for. the most. eff'i-
denit contestant," he said, benclin'
For ',d in his chair to emp hasize hi;
retiiark. "We have had an amazinj i
xample of the reults of specializa-
fon' in efficiency during the last 13
months, and, if, the Americans are to
nte~r. the economic struggle .which i
ure to come, they must be organized
is perfectly as the 'European nations.~'
?Military training, the Rear Admiral
eieves, ;would, render every able-
iodied man in the United States bet-
.er fitted to carry on this commercial
truggle, and if we are to keep pace
,ith tho :oth~er nations, we must be-
in at once.. He -does not want to
,tart with the, school children, for
hey must reach maturity before they
.an eniter the world of men.
"The Swiss military system is prac-
ical because it is so comparatively
nexpensive, and. could be utilized by
he people tlhemselves: without un-

necessary trouble on the part of the
government," he said. 'inltines o1f
peace, the training which fits men to
give and. obey orders would neces-
sarily result yin efficiency in the busi-
ness field.,"
"If we are- prepfared, we need not;
fear a wvat'," the retired navy officer
declared. "We will be in a position
to make any nation think seriously
before arousing us to action. Thus
you see, the Swiss military system" has
the double' advantage of being of merit
in times of peace and also in war."
SEA'IOu L'-NONEIs
WILL HE AR WOOl)

<''Austrian submarine commnander Tikt o 0aoaa per at Cuple
Tiktso Sl a ar's Fdyriday 2 P.M.
Secretary Lansing directed that Liiedti6.oul
with the crew of the Petrolite, which
whien last Board frmn was at Liver-' Here It Is
pood, anid 1o get the additional inform-' New 1 7 vol. set of Arabian
ation required. In Teutonic circles Nights. Original unexpurg-'
hsere, the view is held that if AustriaI ated Burton Edition. WillII
i.scoon;v iced that the circumstan es make terms. .Address Box A
N ere such has described by the United' care Daily.,
States full satisfaction will be given,_______________________
including apologies, indemnity for
any damfaae done, and punishment of! exits. dia eryavne h
the submlarin o omandler.RerAmalPry dvndth
9AN-antages of an aerial coast patrolI

DR~AMA
SO0PEIB.LY ACTED

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hFeb. 23-24 Mat. Thur.
Special Engagement of the emi-
nent Actor
JOHNREKELLERD
and a capable Company of Play-
ers in complete productions of
Shakespeare's
MAERCHANT Df"VENICE Thurs.-Mat.
MABETH - Thursday Night
This being Shakespeare's 300th
Anniversary the engagement is
timely, as Mr. Kelferd holds the
record rtin of H-amlet ever ac-
credited, an actor.
Prices:
Nts, , 0-75-$1.0015
Seat Sale Feb. 21St
1-fall orders now
Provident Life and Trust Co., 516 E.
Madison St. Phone 735-M.
febl9-24
DR. FREDERICK A. COOK
whot dis~eoi-redl the North Pole. will be
at the
AXTINEE ANI) MN'(411'1
A JUG YAUI)EVILLE lILL, TOO
Wright Saxaphonel Trio Party at

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PRICES-50c-$2.00
Seats Feb. 24. Mail Orders Now
ONE YEAR IN NEW YORK

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WO(hl' ANID PEARY ADVOCATE
NATrrO.N.IVIDE PRElPAREl)NESS
TO 40)00 $lPE1L84UND )AU1) ITO RS

system,> and heartily endorsed

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--(('ontinued on1 Page Six)
(Continued from Page One) :crome coact to coast. I regard such
and entertaining talker. He grade- visions as the ideas of one oratorically
ated from the: University of Illinois in; intoxicated."
'74, returned there as instructor in; In describing preparedness, General
civil, engineering in '76, and from 1892 Wood statedl it was not a preparation
to date 'he has been professor of civil' for war, but a preparation against war.
engineering at that institution,.lie showed the failure of arbitration
He is best known through his books to settle the present cataclysm in Eu-
which are -many. His best two are rope, and declared that a nation owed
works oan "Masonry" and "Roads and it to itself to be prepared since the{
Pavements." These two are the lead- law of the "survival of the fittest" still

views upon preparedness taken by
General Wood.
The patrxol ,system would form a net
work of hydro-aeroplanes along the
shores of both the Atlantic and Paci-
fic oceans for protection against at-
tacks. All the flying boats would be
supplied with wireless apparatus cap-
able o sending messages up to a
distance of from 45 to 50 miles, to be
uinder oidcrs from stations along the
shore at intervals of 100 miles.
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wily,
'!onmany. :state St. Tailors.

iNTESTIGATE THIS
jNo investment approaches Endow-
inment Insurance in safety-none per--
mnits the w~ally profitable use of such
small amounts of money-none so suc-
cessfully inculcates the saving habit.'i
It insures your life, it protects your'
1own 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."
EHarry Bacher. District Agent, The

Michigaln Union Friday
Dancing 9 till 2. o'clock.
call 2370 or 236.

Feb. 25th.
For tickets

25c

B A11D

SOU

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25C

WITH THE GREATEST FEATURE PROGRAM EVER GIVEN
" iThe All Campus Revue"'!"Shot at Sunrise" AL Honey OF Aet-BUDFIHR
A Satire on the Hits and Misses A Military Skit by Leon Cunningham, Featuring
of the Campus Mo rrison Wood a n d Henryetta, L. B. merman ICHIGAN'S
L,.Bran.EmbrmanHARRY LAUDER
Waldo Fellows W. T. Netter The Girls Glee Club
Former Opera and Cleo Club Star Harpist Without Comparison -"in Old Japan"
"OI" LOICHIAN'S VARSITY BAND

TONIGHT'S

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