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TH-URS., FRI., SAT. DEC. 25,'26, 27
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
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A Story of the Old West
YOU'LL ILIKE IT
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SUN.,. MON., TUES., DEC: 28, 29, -30
DOUBLE FEATURE BILL
"THlE LIFE LINE"
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AL. ST. JO HN in "S5PEED"
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Here WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
-Decem~ber =31 and January 1,
~ ~ IILLIE BURKE
at all Eveninig and
ditor, TheMichigan Daily: -
Concerning the rooming proposi-
on during v'acation, I have no doubt
'he Daily means to e fair and will
rint this before vacation begins.
I am~ sure every fair-minded person
is no Just:
tion of th,
go off on
j F you would know ii
Y a W D CPipe fu ?
know what a rea<l 1
Ask any t
Scontcntmnent,'just you smoke
VyIUr favorite taba.cco. Then you'll
/ri r is, 1and what the Demruth
oreak in sweet and mellow.
you a variety of shapes, then '
In Ann Arb
th~at the stuf
to be unfair
I wish m
ed in. the ,'a
Wm-DOE M U TH &CQ., N EW YO R K
WORLD'S LARGEST MAK(ERS OF FINE PIPES
The rooming house and landladies
are divided 4into three interests; 1, 1
those who are renters; 2, those whot
own their homes and have mortgages!
on the places; and 3, those who own
their homes free from debts.
The first are the, most numerous. It
is a hard struggle' for them to meet
expenses, and they cannot do so un-
less they have some capital outside of
the rents received from~ students toj
Hats and Caps
They are forced to pay FULL3 rent
for the ENTIRE~ YEAR, holi~lays and
summer~i vacations included, and if
-they were to ask their landlords to re-
bate half of the rent during the va-
-cations, the landlords would laugh inl
The second class has to pay interest
-during the entire year and should
1these debtors plead to the mortgagees
for- a rebate of interest, during the va--
_1 cation weeks, they would be consid-
~ered fit subjedts for the psycopathic
ward. The third class, which is a very
Si nconlsiderable cls, might be able to
=stand the loss, but the same rule in
_economics would .apply.
Poland alone the Ai
mi i t ai n w sn1,000,000 children.
"We expect," he
r~elief work In Geri
especially here InI
very little milk in th
dren, and meat, sug,
as Poland's port, is more F
German. At the 'present
G~erman government bears t
Sof importing most of the fo:
stuffs and sells it at a price
people can afford to pay.
rangement will ceaseso
think there will be urgent
of our help.''
)furgula Now HeadI of So
IMexico City, Dec. 18.--Ge
There is no reason in fairness or jus-
tice why' a difference should be m~ade
for rates in- the summer months or
during vacations, the only reason why