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THE MICHIGAN DAIIt

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's Clothing Sale

WHAT ABOUT A
Graflex Camera for
this Spring?

Every Moment a
SPleasanter Mom

Divided into three lots

--% -% / OFF
Spring Hats and Caps
are now on display

If you have a snmallCOLUMBIA for
your room. Latest Song Hits and Co-
lumbia Dance Records for March

Talk with us about it

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CALKINS PHARMACY
324 SO, STATE ST.

Popular Songs 65c-Dance Records $ 1.00

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Can be used en your Nachine

Wadhams & Co.'s Corner
Main & Washington Sts.
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2 ) D o c a s te r
COLLAR
Shows over the coat in back;
low sharp, smart curveaway
front; good knot and slide space
2for '06c
OCLUET, PEABODY .. .,Makers. TROY, N. Y.
This week we are holding a uniiq u
and interesting sale of

Be
Attractively
Dressed
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individnaly
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR F1 MARQUAROT
Campus iaior
516 East Wlliam St. Plone 1422-i

"TOMMY"!HUGHITT WILL
SPEAK AT CLUB SMOKER
Fortmr Varsity Quarterback Aimong:
Those on Program of Upper
Pen insila Clii,
"Tommy" Hughitt, '16E. Varsity
quarterback in 1914, will speak at
the Get-Together smoker of the Up-
per Peninsula club, to be held at
the Union at 8:00 o'clock on
March 29. As Hughitt is an upper
Peninsa ju'an.. himself, hailing frow,
Escanaba. it is expected that he will
haie irnuch of interest to say to the
members of the club.
In : addition to Hughitt, there will
be several other speakers of prom-
inence." The general subject for dis-
cussion will be the object of the club,
which is to encourage men from the
Upper Peninsula to come to Michigan,
and to promote good fellowship among
those now here. The committee in
charge is composed of Howard Gray,
'18A, chairman, W. K. Niemann, '17,
.and J. H.. Sharp, '181. Tickets are
25 cents, and may be obtained from
any of the district vice presidents.
The club also plans to have a dance
April 21. The committee is T. 14. To-
Ian, '16. chairman, 1. T. Smith, '16,
and J. K. Norton, '16F,.
I1EN SPEAKS TOMORROW NIGHT

Business

Topics

Notions
and Sewing
Supplies

u w'1ich it ii p miible fo: cuto-
mers to purchase a great many of
the ordinary household and sewing
basket articles at greatly reduced
prices.
Conveniently displayed in the
Center Aisle, Main Floor.
CITY NEWS
The old story of not trusting thy;
banks and keeping one's valuables in
an old stocking or other home-made
safe deposit vault, was repeated in
Ann Arbor yesterday. The victim in
the case was Hing Lee, laundryman,
121 East Ann street.
Hing had a trunk in a room on tho
third floor which he preferred as u
jewel safe to anything the banks could
offer.
About midnight someone entered the
building, pried open the trunk, andp
made away with a diamond ring,, val-
ued at $300, a diamond stick pin, worth
$75, a watch worth $15, and $50 in cash.
The police were unable to get track3
of the burglar.
Annual meeting of the Old Ladies'
'Home Association was held in the City.
Hall yesterday afternoon.
Go to your Church Sunday,. Mar. 12.
Craftsman meeting tonight, at 7:30
Advertizers in The Michigan Iaily
are the reliable business meiv of the
city. It is to your advantage to trad(

According to the monthly review of
business published by the: National
Bank of the Republic, of Chicago, the
United States is becoming less an(i
less dependent on the war to support
its finances, trade, and commercial ac-
tivity. One of the principal develop-
ments of the present situation, the re-
view states, is the adyancing prices of
commodities, which, ho ever, does not
curtail consumption -as the demand
seems to increase with the rise in
price.
A hampering factor in the present
economic situation is (the inability of
manufacturers and distributors to se-*
cure adequate transportation facilities
to deliver commodities to their eus-
tomers. Spring buying has been earlier
than usual this year and not a few
manufacturers and jobbers are being
called on to make deliveries, which
they find it almost impossible to do
because of the lack of carrying facili-
ties.
Up to a short time ago the formation
of new enterprises had been on an ex-
tremely conservative scale, with -the
exception of corporation expansion due
to war orders. This year, however,
shows the formation of a great num-
ber of new undertakings having little
or no connection with the European
situation. An examination of business
enterprises during the month of Janu-
Sary alone shows a great preponderance
of new undertakings which have to do
wholly with American activity.
The review ends with a short analy-
sis of the investment demand during
the past month. Attention is called to
increased financial operations, with the
attendant influence on the stock mar-
ket. Speculation is almost wholly
lacking, but investment buying' of in-
dustrial and municipal bonds is of con-
siderable volume and the demand for
prime securities is greater than the
supply. Many of our securities in for-
eign hands are being returned to us as
the basis for loans, and thus take the
place of gold, of which we already
have an over-abundant supply, while
at the same time this process is grad-
ually restoring to us the sole and un-
disputed possession of our own indus-
tries and the enjoyment of their profits.

'111e Tobacco Habit" to Be Subject of
"Y". Speaker
Prof. T. N. Iden will be the -"Y"
speaker at the Arcade theater tomor-
row. His subject will be "'he To-
bacco Habit." Professor Iden is quite
familiar with the tobacco problem.
For 25 years he has been professor of
chemistry in a western college. Sev-
eral weeks ago he gave an informal
talk on the question of tobacco which
was so interesting that the "Y" has se-
cured him to speak on the subject at
its Sunday meeting.
Two years ago ProfessorhIen re-
tired from active work and came to
Ann Arbor to live. He had always
been interested in religion and, at that
time started a series of Bible classes
and began the publication of the "Up-
per Room Bulletin."
Professor Iden also takes great in-
terest in boys. Every Saturday night
he holds a meeting, called the Up-
per Room Bible Class, in the large
assembly room at his residence. It
was at one of these meetings that
he, gave the talk on the tobacco habit
,vhich he is. to repeat tomorrow.
The meeting will be held at 6:30
o'clock. Free movies will be shown
as usual before the meeting begins.
The movies will begin at 6:10 o'clock.
Malian Will Coach California E leven
Berkeley, Cal., Mar. 10.-Announce-
ment was made today that Eddie Ma-
han, former captain and fullback of
the Harvard football team, has accept-
ed the position of assistant coach of
the University of California football
squad and will report for duty next
August.
Summer .Jobs. NiIbeo brushes kept
several prominent campus men in col-
lege. $500 was saved by --- '18;
$600 by ----- '161L; $500 by- ,
'16; $700by '16 L, last stmmer. Ex-
perience unnecessary. Telephone
Cotton, '16 373-W; Jesse Simpson, '18,
2180-M; Carl Yeisiey, lit. 2494.

HOBBS TO ONYE SPEECH
IN LANSiNG WEDNESOY
Speaks on "Preparedness" Before "Six
O'Vlock" Club; Open lMeeting
to Follow
Prof. William H, Hobbs will give a
lecture on the benefits of "Prepared-
ness" before the "Six O'clock" club in
Lansing on Wednesday evening, while
the Rev. Mr. Hardy of that city will
defend the stand of those who oppose
national preparedness.
ahe "Six O'clock" club is one of the
most influential business men's or-
ganizations of that city. Following
the speeches an open meeting upon the
subject will be held at which Governor
W. N. Ferris and Congressman P. H.
Kelly will lead.
Interest in military matters has but
recently awakened in Lansing. An or-
ganization named the Honorable Ar-
tillery Corps has been formed of 80
business men, to .be trained for 12
weeks under the direction of United
States army and NAtional Guard offi-
cers.
Intercollegiate
Neraska--Na- rly ON meni have
classes in military science. Move-
ments rifle practice, sighting and other
regulations are discussed.
Wisconsin--The 1916 Proam yielded
a net profit of $449.75.
Texas--The university is planing to
adopt a course in domestic science for
men.
3lissouri - F. W. Floyd, for three
years a member of the track team, is
claimed to have broken the indoor pole
vault record by leaping 12 feet 8 1-4
inches,
Prin eetou--Princeton Glee club won
the cup at the intercollegiate glee club
meet recently lhel in New York.
Other colleges competing were: Har-
vard, Penn State, Columbia, Dart-
mouth, and Pennsylvania.
Yale-The ineligibility . of Captain
Millburn, LeGore, Easton, Pumpelly
anl Rhett considerably marred the
prospects for a championship baseball
team this spring,
Harvard-J. A. Gilman, captain of
next year's football team, was dropped
from college on account of scholastic
difficulties. T. H. Enright and W. J;
Boles, two other letter men, were also
dropped.
Illinols-Six students were dropped
from the university for cutting classes
and 25 were put on probation.
Chicago-:A mustache race is one of
the "indoor sports" at this university.
Fifty have already started.
REGISTRAR ARTHUR G. HALL
)ELI VEiRS EXTENSION LECTURE
Registrar Arthur G. Hall left for
Grand Rapids yesterday, where he de-
livered a lecture before the Sigsbee
neighborhood Association, an organi-
zation of the parents of children who
attend the new Sigsbee public school
in that city.
The lecture is given as a part of the
extension department program. Dr.
Hall's subject was "The University of
Michigan and the Youth of Michigan."
Craftsman meeting tonight, at 7:30
i Whether you want to take a train
or make a call, we will get you there
on time. Our service is just as
prompt in bad weather as on pleasant
da~s. Stark Taxicab Co.. phone 2255..

Patronize Daily Advertizers. **
et

You may be a "Bonehead"

when it comes to study and a
champion when it comes to
athletic contests. That is be-
cause the body is improperly
developed through a lack of
balance between food and ex-
ercise. The best balanced
ration for study or play is
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Allmendinger Ivisic Shop
Home of QolumbiaI
120-122 Z. Liberty Street Phone .t692- t

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LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDA
AT THE
SUGAR BOWL
109 SOUTH MAIN STREET
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS

Shredded

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Wheat

the food that contfins all
the body-building mater-
ial in the whole wheat
grain made digestible
by steam-cooking,
shredding and baking.
Shredded Wheat is the
favorite training food of nearly e7 v rcollege
and un:-ersity in this cov~nry and in Canada. It
supplies the g reatest amount of muscle-build-
ing material with the least tax upon the digest-
ive organs. Many ^ college crew has won its
way to victory on this cereal food. Delicious-
ly appetizing and satisfying when served with
milk or cream, or with fresh fruits.

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Conservation of Energy

What Eleetricity Means
to You, In Your Horne

with them.

** izo to your church Sunday, Mar. 12.1

Electric Flat Irons
They save many steps in the kitchen
Electric Toasters
Make the finest toast for breakfast without any fuss or.
trouble, and they are always ready.
Electric Beaters
Take the chill off the room, and do it quickly.
Why use a cold room when it can be easily avoided?
Electric Chafing Dishes
Are the very best things for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and other delicacies.
The Detroit Edison Company
Eastern Michigan Division
Go to your church Sunday,, Mar. 12. Go to your Church Sunday, Mar. 1
Craftsman meeting tonight, at 7:
Girls, wait for the big hat sale at
the Church of Christ, March 11, 9:00 Lyndon's for kodaks, films, finis
a. m. Latest creations direct from tl* Ings Open Sundays, 9:30 to 4:30 onl
east. eod-t

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and Newberry hall. A gold brooch;I
oval with green emerald leaves and
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943-J.
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