a Sound To
i l MOSCOW, Feb. 7.-Soviet Russia
will soon have a wireless station cap-
De. able of transatlantic service, says H.,
Nikolaieff, assistant commissar for
posts and telegraphs.
The station is in progress of erec-
tion at Bogorodsk, near Moscow and
at- is expected to be one of the most
F. powerful in the world. Its towers
ern will be more than 900 feet high, which
ing is 300 feet higher than the famous
ni-' German wireless station at Nauen.
ght. The new Russian station. will have a
nds strength of 500 kilowatts.
lyY, Nikolaieff adds that Soviet Russia
has made great progress in wireless
ion communication in the last four years
and cities as evidence the fact that
to the station at Moscow is able to hold
an- telephone conversations with another
tal at Chita, Siberia, 3,000 miles distant.
to Russia now, has 38 sending stations
and 290 receiving stations.
e COLONEL STYE, TALKS ON
ALLIED SIBERIAN CAMPAIGN
Why is America behind in aeronau-
tics? "Because," says Prof. F. W.
Pawlowski, of the aeronautics depart-
ment, "we have no reason for adopt-
ing the highly developed system of
air transportation used in Europe. We
have nothing to fear on our frontiers,
while every country in Europe is con-
stantly armed to the teeth and ecer
in suspicion of its neighbors. Every
two minutes a passenger plane leaves
Paris for some near or remote part
Professor Pawiowski blames the ac-
cident of the Roma., the airship pur-
chased by the U. S. Army from the
Italian government, on the typically
American desire to set speed records
and do spectacular things. The craft
was built to travel not over 75 miles
per hour. An attempt was being made,
to increase the speed to 100 miles per
hour when the apparatus used to ef-
fect ascent or descent was so bent that
it became impossible to keep the craft
from plunging to earth.
"From Cure to Prevention"
'"A railway spends more money on
train and track inspection than on
wreck crews. The average automobile
owner is on the watch for signs of
motor trouble and does not wait until
there is a breakdown. The factory
manager looks solicitously after his
machines and does all he can to guard
against interruptions in production.
"The human body, which is vastly
more complex than any machine, is in
need of vigilant care and frequent ex-
amination. Yet for the most part it is
neglected until pain and disability
sound an unmistalsable alarm. Then
the doctor is called in and too often
is expected to do'the impossible. He
is thought of as a wreck crew rather
than as a train and track inspector."
-Annual Report, Rockefeller foun-
SARG'S MARIONETTES TO PLAY
IN MIMES THEATER MARCH 10
Will Present "The Rose and the Ring"
fand "Rip Van
"Rip Van Winkle," the performan
scheduled for the evening, has prov
the most popular of all bills. T
story is known to all and, worked o
skillfully by the puppets, is a perfe
stage production in miniature.
Relations of the United States and
Japan in Siberia, and the conditions
of the Siberian campaign of the Allied
armies, were discussed by Col. H. D.
Styer at a meeting of the R. O. T. C.
club in room 38, Engineering building,
Thursday evening. Colon Styer .is the
chief recruiting officer for this district
with headquarters at Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Slides were exhibited during the ad-
dress, showing the manner of conduct-
ing the campaign, and tlje conditions
in Sibera at the time of the expedition
sent to aid the Czecho-Slovaks.
The plan of the Wardepartment for
the new United States army was out-
lined by Col. T. J. Powers, chief-of-
staff' of the 'eighty-fifth division. The
position of the organized reserves, and
the relation of the R. O. T. C. to the
plan for the army were discussed..
Will Train 227,000 This Summer
Washington, March 2.-More than
225,000 men are expected by War de-
partment officials to be under canvas
or in barracks this summer for inten-
sive military training. Plans for the
instruction of 227,000 men were an-
"KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING" I
WISCONSIN MOVIES DEPICT
CAMPUS LIFE AT MADISON
Five reels of movies from Madison,
Wis., were shown to a large audience
,in the Natural Science auditorium,
Thursday night, after a short business
meeting of the A. S. M. E.'
The first reel included scenes about
the campus of the University of Wis-
consin and the second reel showed a
trip through the plant of the Gisholt
Tony Sarg's marionettes will give
two performances at the Mimes the-
ater Friday, March 10. "The Rose and
the Ring" will be presented at 3:30
o'clock and "Rip Van Winkle" at 8
"The Rose and the Ring," by Thack-
eray,' is peculiarly adapted to mario-
nette, presentation. Itis full of humor,
State and Huron Sty.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
"CYNIC AND CITIZEN,"
a comparison of diverging stand-
ards of life and criticism. Mar.
5, 10:40 a. m.
LOUIS C. REIMANN
speaks at 6:30 on "Essentials of
Campus Life." Y. P. R. U. Sup-
per at 5:45.
Huron, Below Statr
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
What Others Say:
ONLY ONE MAN
"I4 all my ministry," said a minister of
long experience, I have met only one man
who had sufficient reason for not becoming
a Christian. He said: "I am not man
It is a man's job.
Are you undertaking it?
If you are, you will, seek and not neglect
.the services of the Church, yes, they will
help you, and introduce you to others with
a like motive.
If you are not, it is high time to face about
and do your part.
The open doors of our Churches are wel-
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor
JSS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
With Fuel From
COAL CO., Inc.'
OFFICE, 124 EAST HURON
Phone 1950 F-i
r the " grorlaa
he last few
ig the con-
s to encour-
to his own
CRYSTAL WHITE ASH
HIGH GRADE ANTHRACITE,
Try a Ton of
OUR HOME COMFORT COKE
10:30-"For Their Sakes."
12:00 - Suiday School. Guild .
Class in the Guild House.
4:00-Junior B. Y. P. °U.
5:30-Senior B. Y. P. U.
6:00-Guild Social and Devo-
10:30 A. M."
Our' Great Communion Service. Communion Address:
"THE CROSS AND LIFE."
Four Student Bible Classes in Wesley Hall.
Hospital Sing at Homoeopathic Hospital under auspices
of Social Service Department.
We are in a black business but
we will treat you white.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
6:00 P. M. Social Half-Houf for the Young People.
6:30 P. M. "Fundamentals," Subject of Wesleyan Guild Devotional
Meeting. Leader: Mr. Bert Rentsch.
7:30 P. M. Book Review. of "THE BRIMMING CUP."
Special Music for the Day: "Benedictus," "Gloria in Excelsis," "Ag-
nus Dei," "Sanctus," by Tours, in the morning.
"Jesu, Word of God Incarnate" (Mozart), and tenor solo by
Mr. Wheeler, "King Ever Glorious," in the evening.
HURON AND DIVISION
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett, Minister
Lewis C. Reimann, Secretary Men Students
Miss Esther D. Nyland, Secretary Women Students
9and Leather 21ags-
:tment of'-all leather cases, which are
or the carrying and filing of papers,
ents, books, etc.
Priced Up from
Cor. Third and West Huron Sta.
C, A. BRAIUER, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-Public Worship
10:30 A. M.-Bible School.
11:30. A. M.-Public Worship.
7:30 P. M. - Evening Worship.
Wednesday Evening at 7:30:-
Mid-Teek prayer service.
9:30 A. M. -
10:30 A. M. -
PROF. 9W. D. HENDERSON will speak on
"NEW TESTAMENT SOURCES"
All Students are Welcomed
Social Half-Hour at 6:00. Program at 6:30.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING
Arthur Heyl, '23M, will lead.
Topic:-"Is Religion a Fundamental in American Life?"
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se, Underwear; Sweaters, O'coats,
eeters, Navy Pea Coats etc., now
uced from our former low prices.
Wool Army Shirts now $2.75
n Army, Dress and Work Shoes
ops and Moccasin Pack Shu for
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLHORN,
"Behold the Lamb of 'God,
which taketh away, the sin of
the world." Passion services
will be conducted Wednesday
and Sunday evenings during the
season of Lent.
10:30 A. M. (German) - "The
Compulsion of Divine Love."
5:30 P. M. - Student Forum.
Subject, "Why I am a Luth-
eran." Leader, Pastor Stell-
Morning, Worship 10:30 o'clock.
Morning worship will be directed by Dr. Gerald B.
Smith of the University of Chicago Divinity School'
and the subject is "THE CHALLENGE OF DISIL-
* * * *
Congregational Students Association will meet at
sev.en o'clock. The subject is: "Is the Golden Rule
Practiced on the Campus?" The leader of the (Lis-
cussion will be Miss Lundberg.
10:30 A. M. -
6:30 P. M.-:
7:30 P. M.'-
A cordial w
Shop and Labortory
213 N. 4TH AVENUE
7:30 P. M. - Passion service.