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"ENGLISH IMPRESSIONS,"
REVS. ILLiAMS'U Tf P IcU
Rev. Charles David Williams, Epis-
copal bishop of Michigan, will speak
at 7:30 o'clock this evening on "Re-
cent Impressions of England," before
the Good Fellowship club at Harris
hall. He will give an account of his
visit to that country last summer,
where he attended the Lambeth con-
ference. His talk promises to add
greatly to the entertainment of the
evening.
Bishop Williams has been bishop of
this state since 1906. Before that
time he served in the different offices
of deacon, priest, rector, and dean. He
has held the rectorships of Fernbank
and Riverside, Ohio, and also that of
St. Paul's at Steubenville, Ohio. In
1893 he became dean of Trinity Cathe-
dral at Cleveland, which position he
held until 1906, when he was made
bishop.
Besides being the author of "A Valid
Christianity for Today," Bishop Wil-
liams served two terms as president
of the Cleveland library board. By the
students of Michigan and other uni-
versities, he. is considered an author-
ity on social questions.
At St. Andrew's church tomorrow
morning, the- bishop will administer
confirmation, and preach on "The
Gospel in a Day of Disillusionment."

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
Majestle - "The Kentuckians,"
with Monte Blue. Universal
comedy, "Tee Time," and Pathe
News.
Arcade- Dorothy Gish in "The
Ghost in the Garret." Com-
edy, "Ain't Love Grand." News
film and a Bray comic.
Wuerth-Elaine Hammerstein in
"The Pleasure Seekers." Van-
ity Fair Maids comedy and
Pathe Review.
Orpheum-Charlie Ray in "Peace-}
ful Valley." Christie com-
edy "A Homespun Hero," and
International News.
THIS WEEK
Garrick (Detroit) - The latest
musical comedy hit, "Irene."
Shubert (Detroit) - William
Hodge in his most popular
comedy, "The Guest of Hon-
or."
HEALTH SERVICE PHARMACY
MOVED,.TO NEW LOCATION

SNELL ULUL LiLOGS
NEEDED LEGISLATION

"Mandatory federal control of our
forest resources, as provided in the
Capper bill sponsored by Gifford Pin-
chot, Pennsylvania forest commission-
er, is what we need. It's time to stop
pussyfooting and do something quick."
SH U B E R T
5 HDETROITRT
WILLIAM HODGE In
["The Guest of Honor"

J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - * MICHIGAN

CONTROL OF FORESTS
HANDS OF STATE
MAKERS

LEFT
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"The Snell bill quoted in yesterday's'
Daily, and favored by Colonel Gree-
ley, is backed by lumber interests for
the purpose of blocking necessary leg-
islation," according to Prof. LJ.
Young, of the forestry department.
"The bill directs authorities 'to rec-e
oinend legislation'-right there in the
word 'recommend' is the joker. Since
it gives no authority to enforce the
'recommendations' it leaves our for-
est policy as it has been, in the hands
of the states. In the leading timber.
producing states, Washington, Ore-
gon, California, Montana, and Idaho,
the lumber interests are powerful
enough to prevent action which would
stop the present waste caused by un-
scientific methods.
"Leaders in most ' business are
lookingtoward the future; but the
money end of the forestry industry is
handled by a lot of cheap lawyers..
They don't seem to care whether our
foreists last or not. Before manO
years the timber question will be
among the hottest issues in the coun-
try. Grain may be scarce one year
and plentiful the next; but a timber
famine will last a generation.

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Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIM
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl i rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
85 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
Quang Tuna Lo
613 LIborty St E.

Q A R R I C K
D E T R 0 1 T
I R E N E
The Ueneationof 4Centinents

A SHORTER
SHORTHAND SYSTEM
IN TEN EASY LESSONS
This course covers ten easy lesso
which will enable the' Student, Pr
fessor, Journalist, Doctor, Lawyer
anyone seeking a professional caree
to go thru life with 100 per cent el
ciency.
THIS COURSE
Is short and inexpensive, and
given with a money back guarant
if not satisfied.
Send This Clipping Today
Pyramid Press: Publishers
1416 Broadway,
New York City
Gentlemen:-Enclosed herewith
is $5.00 for which kindly send
me your shorthand course in
ton easy lessons by mnail. It is
understood that at the end of
five days, I am not satisfied my
money will be gladly refunded.
Name.....................
Stree....................
City and State.............

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The Amusement Centre
of Anns Arbor

PHOTOGRAPHERS NOTICE

Tryouts for assistant photo-
graphic editor of the Chimes are
needed at once. Those possess-
ing a camera with sufficient
speed to take action pictures call
F. E. Jacob, '21, at 920-R or see
L. E. Waterbury, '21L, at the
Chimes ofilce in the Union.
Sunday night specials. Both Amer-
ican and Chinese, for your entertain-
ment. Chinese Gardens.-Adv.

During the first part of the week
the Health service pharmacy was
moved from its old location on the
third floor of the Chemistry building
to room 140, Natural Science building.
In its present. situation the pharm-
acy will be open from 9:30 to 12 G1iEYLOCK-ANewNarrow
o'clock forenoons, and from 2 to 5
o'clock afternoons, with registered
pharmacists in charge at ally times.'
The new pharmacy is to be covered kC O LL -R
with white enamel, and presents a de- Clue.Peabody &Co.Inc.,Troy, N.Y.
cided improvement over the old.

LAST TIMES TODAY
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YOUR COLLEGE EDUCATION
WILL BE COMPLETE WHEN YOU CAN RIDE
TRY OUR GAITED
SADDLE PONIES

New Equipment
427 SO. MAIN
NEAR PACKARD

Speoial Club Prioes Sl
Call Us Today
Student Livery

tudent Owned

PHONE
1687-Rt

OUR MOTTO:
Service, Quality
Workmanship
We have one of the best.
equipped shoe repair.
s h o p s in the city, which
enables us to give you
1st class work and prompt
service.

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TODAY ONLY

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TODAY ONLY

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A woozy romance of
love and crooks and
spooks in a /aunted
house.
In 30 shivers, 10
screeches and 60 up-
rorarious laughs.

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NOTE THESE PRICES

Mens' 1-2 Soles
Men's Heel, leather
and rubber
Women's 1-2 Soles
Women's Heels
Wo. Rubber Heels

$1.65
.60
1.25
.40
.50

TOMORROW AND THURSDAY

ELAINE
HAMMERSTEIN

STARTING SUNDAY

We use Oak leather, Neolin and
U. S. hide for sale, you have
your choice.
Henry 0. Dieterle
343 So. Main
Phone 1861 J

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CharlIep Rag"
~earefuIva Ie;{

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PERFECT PLUMBING'S
HETHING--Y'OUR.
OUSE NEEDS
IF you give your home the
proper spring tonic, chances
are you won't have to take
one e yrself this season. See
that your drains and pipes are
in good clean working order. If
not send for us. You'll find no
draw backs to a plumbing job
we do for you.

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picture replet&
with thiifling . feats;
4~nd side -sp ittinq
laughter of the
min who inverted.
his.way to the
altar

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IN~
" PLEASURE
SEEKERS"
ACharming Story of Young
People and Young Ideas

CHRISTIE COMEDY
$$A HOME SPUN
HERO"
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
SUNDAY--MONDAY

JESSE °L.LI'SKV PRESENT
ROSCOE (FATTY)
30/AP~ .EY. ri.- .*''o,
4 a /

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EDDIE BOLAND

BERENAK & MARTIN
PLUMBING HEATING
REPAIRING

and

MILDRED CHAPLIN
IN
"POLLY OF THE
STORM COUNTRY"
FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTIONS

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The hilarious tale of a
ma~n who had to squan-
der a for-t u n e-=and
couldn't.
George Barr Mc"Cut-
cheon's world-famous
-novel coined into a
picture jingling with
fun.

VANITY FAIR MAIDSI

Phone 2452

COMEDY

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