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THE MTICHIGAN DAILY

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GRAM NO.

2

The Latest Great Improvement,
in the Kodak World is the RANGE FINDER, which auto-
matically determines the Focus The first one in Ann Arbor
will be here in a few days. See it atj

est Dressed Man inTown"
the thing that you are most desirous of having
'ou, but surely you appreciate the value of good
assured in a Malcolm Made Suit, together with the
f knowing in your clothes purchase you are show;
dgment, for in Malcolm Tailored Clothes you,
for your money.

Whitney Theatre
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Friday, March 3
Engagement Extraordinary

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Wh

LYNDON'S

KODAKS AN D PHOTO
SUPPLIES

You'll always find the LATEST in KODAKS and CAMERAS at LYNDON'S

TS

SHIRTS TO
ORDER

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

s Fun n
There'sr thfunofquenching thehirst
-and the deli iousners cof the thirst
quencher to give you double plcasure.
But you don't even hove to be thirsty
to enjoy Coca-Cola -KCstatreat.what-
>_ ever your reason for drinking it.
Dninand the genuine by full name-
_J nicknamnes ecoura_:substitution.
THE COCA-COLA CO.
Atlanta, Ga.

FRENCH EVACUATE FRESNES>
STATES GERMAN ANZEIGER
(Continued from Page One)
was reopened today. The American
chamber of commerce is conducting the
undertaking through voluntary offer-
ings.
Copenhagen, March 1.-The Ford
permanent peace tribunal has voted to
issue a call for a neutral conference
designed to end the war, according to
Stockholm dispatches today. Bellig-
erent powers will be asked to allow
delegates to attend.
Stockholm, March 1.-The Swedish
steamer Torborg has been sunk in the
Mediterranean by an Austrian sub-
marine. Her owners were notified to-
day that the crew took to boats, and
were picked up and landed at Leg-
horn, Italy.
Paris, Feb. 29, (marked delayed).
Advices received by the admiralty thus
far concerning the sinking of the
French auxiliary cruiser Provence in
the Mediterranean gives no evidence
that it was sunk by a submarine.
CONCERN ALTERS MANY LINERS
AS CAMPAIGN S T A It T S
(Continued from Page One)
the Finland, to the American line. Both
ships were built in this country and
will sail under the American flag.
The rumor that the White Star line'
fleet is to. be used for munitions ex-
clusively was confirmed by the circu-
lar. It was also learned at the offices,
of the line that the Adriatic, which
reached Liverpool last Saturday, is
being overhauled for that purpose and
will not sail for at least 10 days. The'
change is not to be permanent it is
understood.
Of the boats in the Mediterranean the
one that is being watched most closely:
by shipping men is the Guiseppe Verdi,
the new Italian liner which sailed
this afternoon. She carried two rapid
fire guns mounted aft with a crew of
six expert gunners. There were only
about 110 passengers aboard her when
she left.
ROUSE CONNITTEE DOES NOT
ACT ON PRESIDENT'S DEMAND,
Consternation in Congress Great as
Submarine Question Comes
Up for Vote

Popular Mats. ekOf
an GARRICK Feb, 28th
and Friday UFe.2h
DETROIT
A World of Pleasure
Company of 125
A RC A D E
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 8:oo, 9:30
Thur. 2--William Favershamin u"One
Million Dollars."
Fr',, March 3-Geo. Leguere & Margue-
rite Sno'w in "The Upstart."
Sat , March 4-Arthur Hoops & ua by
Hoffuan in "'the Danger Signal."
art XVAi, of' "The Trip Around the
World" Series. ,

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Guy Bates Post
In--
0, MA R.
The Tentmaker
A Spectacular Persian Romance
by Richard Walton Tully,
author 1 "The Bird
of-Paradise"

Ma
In his m

The Season's
Surpeme
Spectacle!
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Seat Sale Wednesday, March I
Prices : - : Sc to $2.00

The Melodrama
" G R U1V
One Year at Wa
Prices 50c to $2

Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees, 2:00, veeing, 6:45, 8:oo
9:15 Saturdays -Holidavys Continuous
Thur.-Fri., March 2-3-GeraldinekFarr ;r
in "Temptation." Evening 15c
Sat., Mlarch 4-E atherinle Kaci red and
House Peters in "The Winged Mdol."
(Triangle Comedy, with Fr; d Mace-
Matirnee only,)
itun -Nton., 'March 5 6-MIary Pick ford in
"The Foundling," }?Even, ilg 15c.

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BONWIT TELLER. &,
~A cpa1 c/ JyK/
FIFTH AVENUE AT 38 STREET
NEW YORK

SICOND NEI
SUCCE
Attained a
EMPIRE TE
The Distinguish

Vivacious /ashio,

There's a

f

viva-

cite about these
fashions for col-

'

And
in
frock

Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St.

lege wear -a
new insouciance

For Spring Hats

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Care-free,happy-
go-lucky sports suits
studied negligence.

A4' de jeu
. with
of tion, too, of old
quetrie that is del

FILING DEVICES
BOOK CASES
ROLL TOP, FLAT TOP
and TYPEWRITER DESKS

SUPPLIES

FINE PRINTING and
DURABLE and ARTISTIC BINDING
a Specialty
QUALITY and PRICE
an Inducement
SERVICE and ACCOMODATION
our Watchword
These In Turn Have Made for Us a Suecessful Business
E MAYER-SCHAIRER CO.
112 South Main Street

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ADDING MACHINES
CHECK PROTECTORS
NEOSTYLES
SAFES

F

ti

RtR
~;;
eptional pipe value
see the Stratford.
London in shape-

Washington, March 1.-After being
in session more than two hours today
the house foreign relations committee
adjourned without agreeing on any
course of action on President Wilson's
request that the resolution warning
Americans off belligerent ships be re-
ported out and acted on.
The President and the leaders of
Congress have failed thus far to agree
in regard to a vote on the submarine
issue. The ending of a day of many
conferences found the President de-
termined to force the issue presented
by his letter "to the rules committee
of the house and standing firm against
any compromise.
A decisive vote on the resolution
warning Americans off armed passen-
ger ships was insisted upon by the
President. The consternation of Con-
gress was greater today than it was
on the night when the President un-
'expectedlysent his letter' to acting
{ Chairman Pou.
Many attempts were made by the
leaders to get together and decide upon
I some definite program but tonight all
of these efforts had failed- and the
house leaders decided to send Chair-
man Flood to the White House to-
morrow to see if a more definite un-
derstanding with the President could
bereached.

THE FAMOUS
Cox Sons and Vining
CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
for all College Degrees
maybe ordered now from
these men for Michigan, but it will
t'y also to help them in many ways aft-.
er they have come.
"Cloverland club" will be the name
of the new organization, which plans
to bring closer together the Upper
Peninsula men now attending 'school.
There are more than 200 of these men.
3fficers will be elected and the organ-
ization will be made complete. Speak-
ers. for the occasion are "Bill" Coch-
ran, Charles W. Tolas, and "Tommy"
Hughitt.,
HALL DESCRIBES AMBULANCE
WORK AS CARRIED ON IN FRANCE
Vivid pictures of the life of men
,vho drive the little cars used by the
American ambulance corps in France,
were given by Louis P. Hall, Jr., last
night in his talk in Alumni Memorial
hall.
With interesting slides made from
pictures taken by himself, Mr. Hall

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Hats-close fitting to defy
campus winds - or broad
flaring to defy campus suns.

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told of how the wounded were cared turs, and of how the men were c
for when taken from the rude dug-outs, every little while to relieve ti
otony of the work.
where first aid was'given them, to the ,

LENSES DUPLICATE
Eye GLASSES REPAIRED
Stie-Tite and Shur-On
Mountings

Danse Frocks,
Blouses, Footwe
accessory for app
Jeune fille.

field hospitals farther back, and the
dangers attending this work from Ger-

Haler Jeelry Co.
Statet-Stree Je~welers

Union laieChlawrones

nian shells. The men, said Hall, were Mr. and Mrs. H-oratio Abbol
forced to drive by night without lights Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wilson
over mountains and were liable at act a: chaperones at the v
any moment to be swept off the road dance held at the Union Saturda
by an exploding German -shell. He ning. The following committee
also told of the formation of the Amer- charge: J. H. Otis, '17E, char
ican Ambulance work and organizat ou Lee Richardson, '17, E. F. Wals
in Paris, and from its field headquar- - and H. W. Alden, '18.

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or exci
t 50c,
ntirely

rom the genuine French
owl to the solid vul-
anite mouthpiece.
L dealers.

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MAJ ESTonight at 7:30 and 9
Mats. Fri. & Sat. 3 P, M,
THE $50,000 MUSICAL SPECTACLE
Shel Prince of, Tonight "

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COCHRAN AND HUGHITT AID IN
UPPER PENINSULAR CLUB PLANS
Aim to Encourage Up-State Students
to Attend Michigan; Meet
at Union Tonight
Wisconsin and other universities and

"Hand Made"
at $1.00
are the acme of Ameri-
can pipe perfection.

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WILLIAM. DEMUTH & CO., New York

colleges of the middle west no longer
will draw men from the Upper Penin-
sula if present plans of the Upper
Peninsula men's club go through. As

Beawtif'ully Coatumed

Admirably Staged

G rgeo'us Musical Frata

In future all cars stop
gar's drug store.

at Good-
tt

ether you want to take a train
ake a call, we will get you there
me. Our'* service is just as
pt in bad weather as on pleasant

Three Injured In Explosion on Nevada yet the club is unorganized, but a
Boston, Mass., March 1.-Three men meeting of all men from the Upper
were injuredttoday in an air tank. ex- Peninsula will be held at the Union
plosion on the new United States toih:o h uroeo omn
dreadnought Nevada. club that will engage itself actively in
the work of presenting to prospective
Shoes repaired while you wait. O. students the advantages at Michigan.

Excellent Cast

Dazzling Beauty Chorxss

25 5 PEOPLE, MOSTIY GIRLS
U N D A Y : RICHARD MANSFIELD'S GREAT SUCCESS " A PARISIAN RO

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2256. 1 0. Andres, 222 S. State.

tt Not only will the club aim to secure 1

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