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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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lACESWIL OECLINE
OMPENDING LABOR CONDITIONS
OUTLINED BY PROF., ADAMS,
ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
"The present peace conditions will
tend to re-establish the old rule of
wages," says Professor H. C Adams,
of the economics department. The
war has brought in, according to his
views, economic conditions unprece-
dented in this country.
Women Do Men's Woark
For one thing, vast numbers of
women have left the domestic for oth-
er fields of labor, which hitherto had
been in the hands of men. Before
the war, according to the census of
1910, 25 per cent of the women in this
.ountry above 16 years of age were
wmployed in gainful oceupations, while
he percentage of males in the same!
condition was 91 per cent. The next
census will undoubtedly show re-
narkable changes in the relative
iumbers of men and women engaged
n working for their living. Whether
ir not women will be willing to yield
np their places to men and return to
heir homes is yet a question; still,
t is probable that the majority of
hem will do so. Someone must do
he work in the homes, and it is more
ikely that women, rather than men,
should be the ones to take charge of
he homes.
Machinery Much Better
Another economic effect of the war
.as been the greatly increased effi-
Jency of machinery, coupled with the
nefficiency of the human working
orce. Only women, and men unfit
or military service were available in
hops and factories, and new meth-
ds of increasing the working power
f the machinery were absolutely
ecessary to keep up required produc-
ion for the war.
During the last three years the mar-
et rule fixing wages has been en-
.rely ignored. Wages followed the
ourse of standard and cost of ° liv-
ng. Each rise -in the cost of living
ras accompanied by a corresponding
Ise in wages, until ignorant, un-
killed labor was able to earn unim-
ginably, almost criminally, large
'ages.
All theseconditions are wholly ab-
.ormal and cannot last in ordinary
Imos of peace. Now that we have
eace, it seems quite certain that the
Id rule of wages will hold sway once
lore. This rule will be determined
y the demand and supply of labor,1
ad also by the actions of the trades
aions.
Patronize our aavertisers.-Adv.
Daily want ads bring results.

WILSON SAILS ON
BIG GERMAN LINER
(Continued from Page One)
With the President are two of his
fellow delegates to the peace confer-
ence-Secretary of State Robert Lans-
ing, and Henry White, former ambas-
sador to France and Italy, who will
join Col. E. M. House, and Gen. Task-
er H. Bliss, already in Europe.
Prominent People Sail
Guests of the chief executive includ-
ed the French and Italian ambassa-
dors, John W. Davis, newly appointed
ambassador to Great Britain, high
naval and military authorities, repre-
sentatives of various government de-
partments, and a staff of specialists to
advice the American peace conference
on problems of political, economical
trade, and racial characteristics of na-
tions affected by the war.
Mrs. Wilson, together with the wives
of Secretary Lansing, ambassador
Davis, and the French and Italian
envoys are members of the George
Washington's company.
College Exchanges
The University of Toronto has a
course whereby men who have not
reached university standing will be
given the benefit of tutorial training;
to fit them for collegiate work.

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

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Shubert-Garrick, Detroit - "Oh, *
Look-"

Majestic - Peggy Hyland in
"Marriages Are Made,"

* Arcade - Mme. Alla Nazimova
* in "Toys of Fate," and Christie
comedy, "Efficiency."
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There will be an important
meeting of the Mimes of the
Michigan Union this afternoon,
Dec. 5, at 4:40 o'clock in the
old Union building, to decidep
the policy and book of this
year's o era. All Mimes are
urged t be present.
The' opening reception of the
U. of M. Classical club will be
held at E o'clock tonight in
Memorial hall. All members
are requested to be present.
The Girls' Educational club
willmeet tonight at Martha Cook
instead of at Alumnae house.

DEAN JORDAN SPEAKS
AT VESPER SERVICES
Dean Myra B. Jordan spoke at Ves-
pers yesterday afternoon on "The At-
titude in Which We View Life." In
developing her theme, she emphasiz-
ed the point that although everyone
is willing to do the big things in life,
their piece of reconstruction work
frequently happens to be the recon-
struction of their own lives.
The next meeting will be held at
4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium. Prof. John R.
Brumm will speak.

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Keep poste1 - subt-ibe for th6
Daily, now $3.00.-Adv.

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Wuerth-Annette eKllerman in
"Queen of the Sea." Six parts.
Also war review.

* Orpheum-Roy Stewart in "Un-
* tamed." Also 2-reel comedy.
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AT TILE MAJESTIC

All newly elected members of
the Oratorical Board are re-
quested to come to Rentschler's
studio at 12:30 o'clock this aft
ernoon to have their pictures
taken for the Michiganensian.
It is imperative that every one
do this.

Lawrence Hayes Marries Local Girl' Uniform Novelties
Announcement has been receivedL 608 E. Liberty Yhone 17134
of the marriage of Miss Frieda
Schanz,. Ann Arbor girl, to Lawrence
G. Hayes, '20M.
When You Buy Clothing
Buy from a merchant
with a reputation for
Square deaing and who
sells a line tike the

Academic fraternities at the Univer-
sity of Iowa are now free to rush,
pledge, and initiate men, according to
action taken by the interfraternity
council there.
At present there are 2,197 civilian
students enrolled in the University of
Wisconsin. Of these 1,738 are women
and 421 are men. There are 3,000
soldiers on the campus, making the
total enrollment about 5,000.
Officials to Delay Kaiser's Extradition
Washington, Dec. 4.-Any action
looking to a demand upon Holland for
the extradition of William Hohenzol-
lern will be withheld until President
Wilson reaches Europe, according to
information reaching the state de-
partment today. President Wilson, so
far as officials now in Washington
are aware, has never expressed him-
self on the subject.
State Food Commission Disbands
Now that the sugar and flour ban
has been lifted, the force at the food
commission in Lansing is being dis-
banded. Mr. A. D. Groves, local food
administrator, is closing his oMoes.
Wyvern Freshmen Entertain Society
The five girls recently initiated to
Wyvern entertained the other mem-
bers Monday evening by giving stunts
showing how Wyvern chooses its
members.

Do not miss seeing pretty Peggy
Hyland in "Marriages Are Made," a
delightful comedy drama at the Ma-
jestic, tonight. Miss Hyland has a
charming part, of which she takes
full advantage. "A Tight Squeeze,"
the latest Sunshine comedy, takes care
of the lighter part of the program,
but a word to the wise, if you have
a cracked lip, stay home. This pro-
gram will be shown for the last time
tonight.
John. Barrymore in "On the Quiet"
will be the attraction for tomorrow.
One development follows another dur-
ing the unreeling of the plot in which
the hero and heroine have become
married in secret, risking the $20,-
000,000 which is to be inherited by
the heroine if she selects a husband
finding favor in her brother's eyes.
The picture is one of the many supe-
rior comedies which the Majestic man-
agement is booking.

AT THE ARCADE

R. 0. T. C. to Come Back at U. of P.I.
Provost Smith of the University of
Pennsylvania strongly advises every
student at Penn to take advantage of
the course in military science leading
to a degree. He also received a tele-
gram asling whether the majority of
students would be in favor of an R.
O. T. C. unit after the disbanding of
the S. A. T. C. and naval units.
To the Newcomer
IN YOU can obtain
Syour Sweater, Jer-
o TRAD sey, Shoes, Foot
'AD Ball Equipment, or
anything ei etin the
athletic line, by
.MARK, mail from our Clhi-
cago Store, almost
asil as if you
called in person.
Write for catalog of Fall and
Winter Sports
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
2i1-217 S. State St. CHICAGO
WASHED
HANDKER-
SCHIEFS
Clean - Soft e Ready for
Use in Sanitary Packages
WHITE OR KHAKI
CLUBTT, PEABODY & CO., Inc.,Troy, N.Y.

Hart Schaffner
& bJMarx
Suits and
Overcoats
Our reputation for' deal-
ing squarely is known
throughout the state.
Our line of clothing is
acknowledged to be su-
perior to anyother make,
If you are in doubt, a few
moments spent in our store
inspecting our stock will
convince you that nothing
more could be desired in
style, assortment of colors
texture.. Our guarantee insures

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Today and tomorrow the Areade
has a special attraction to offer to
the publie. It is none other than
"Toys of Fate," featuring Mmo. Nazi-
mova, one of the greatest-if not the
greatest-actress before the screen
today. Her last picture, "Revelation,"
caused a great deal of favorable com-
ment from movie patrons and we pre-'
dict that "Toys of Fate" will be even
more favorably received on acocount
of the wonderful performance ren-
dered by Nazimova.
In this production she romps'
through her role with an enthusi-
asm which is infectious. Her per-
sonality is radiant and her acting en-
joyable to watch. Every expression
has its meaning.
MAJOR DURKEE AND STAFF TO
BE ENTERTAINED AT BANQ ET
A farewell banquet in honor of
Major Durkee and his staff of fifty
officers will be given at Lane hall
tonight. Frank Bacon, head of the
War Camp Community service will
be toastmaster. Responses will be
given by a representative of the Y.
M. C. A. and a representative of the
officers.
In addition to the speeches there
will be entertainment by a company of
whistlers and players. A local sleight-
of-hand artist will also perform.
College or high school student able
to spare one or two hours daily. Can
make good income selling our unique
and up to the minute Custer book,
calendar and pictures. Every home
will buy. It is a pleasure to sell our
publications. Investigate. Atkins &
Jones, 53 West' Main St., Battle Creek,
Mich.-Adv.
Come to Oren's if you want a good
meal. 1121 S. University.-Adv.
Ray's "BETSY ROSS" Shop
The Fountain Rosa Deluxe

The Hutzel Shop is holding three
great 'Winter Clearances
--and this is the first week--so you can have the best of the
choosing by coming now!

$28, $30, $32, $35, $37.50, $40, $42 to $45
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL
THE BIG STORE
Southwest Corner of Main and Washington Street$

Copyright 1918Ha-t-Schaffa & Maim
and patterns and in range of
you lasting satisfaction.

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A Clearance of all Coats
All $25 and $30 Coats are $17.95
All $35, $37.50 and $40 Coats are $27.50
All up to $55 Coats are $39.50
A Clearance of all Skirts

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A Thing Of Beauty Is A Style Forever

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THE MODEL SHOWN IS THE ONE DELIGHTING
PAR~TICULA~R WOMEN
Take a glance at the refined and graceful proportions. They are
built for a high and stately arch, such as your mother used to boast
was a truly Spanish Arch.
Can you resist themI We like to sell them because of their beauti-
ful and spirited lines. Shoes of this height and these colors are limited
and it may be some time before restrictions are lifted. Buy them now
while you have the opportunity.
All widths-Triple A to D, in Brown, Gray or Black Kid.
Walk-Over Boot Shop*
115 S. Main St.
R. J. HOFFSTETTER, Prop. FITTING BY APPOINTMENT

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Clothi Skirt#
$10.00 values, $071
$12.5Q Values, $8.7
Silk Skirts

includin wool and silk plaids in a great variety of 'color combina-
tions - ack Satins and 'TOfetas-and navy blue and black Serges.

HNt Fudge Sundaes
'ot Ch'colate

Whipped Cream Sodas
Suprem'Mated Milks

We Cater To Those Who Demland The Best
No. 9 Nickels Arcade

$10.00
$15.00

Values,
Values,

$9.75

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CHRISTMAS CARDS

A Clearance! of Suite
$35.00 to $37.50 Suits at $19.75
$40.00 to $45.00 Suits at $25.00
$50.00 to $55.00 Suits at ,$29.50

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Remember your friends with Christmas cards and Booklets
We also have a complete line of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and are always glad to
offer suggestions
Students' Supply Store
Phone 1 160-R 1111 S. UIiversity

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