y in the state is $1,763,-
that in property devoted
re is $2,337,000,000. The
n products each year 'is
0,000,000, against $3,448,-
tanufactured goods. The
dl of the farms of Michi-
Iding work performed by
>r members of their fam-
to $32,000,000. The vari-
s. spend $900,000,000 a
I1W SKIP'S OFFERED
INFORD TO AWARD FOUR IN
FOOD RESEARCFOR .
business and economic problems, and
their work will center principally in
marketing problems and' business fore-
Applications should be sent, with
full descriptions of all economics
courses taken, and stating all busi-
ness experience, to Dr. Lewis H.
Haney, director of the graduate school
of business administration at New
York University, before April 15,
Prof. Sharfman has also received an-
nouncement of four .fellowships in
Food Research at Stanford University
for the year 1922-1923 ranging in value
from $600 to $1200. The fellowships
are open to men who are about to re-
ceive the degree of A. B. or B. S. or
the equivalent. Graduate work, train-
ing in foreign languages, economics,
and the physical sciences will be con-
sidered of special value in assigning
Fellows will devote half their time
to work in food research with the di-
rection and assistance of the Institute,
and the other half to the study of re-
lated subjects. The research work
vill count toward the degee of Ph. D.
or M. A. at Stanford University.
Applications should be addressed to
the Executive Secretaryof the food re-
search institute, Stanford University,
before May 1, 1922.
TODAY AND SATURDAY
The World at Her Feet
And this flapper tried to keep them there.
A drama of divided devotion, of Nita
Gordon's fight to win back her own
and the world's approval
at of three fellowships
earch at New York uni-
$1,000 each, for the
has been received in
department by Prof. L.
Candidates must have graduated
t from a good college or university andI
should have specialized in economics,!
statistics, or business administration.
Those with practical business experi-
ence in addition to academic degrees
will be preferred.
. Fellows wkll devote all or most of
their time to research in the field of
We believe you will enjoy this
production from its various an-
gles. The story is by
who wrote the screen version of.
"THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE
Students who have investigated de-
clare that there is a variety of foods
served at the Arcade Cafeteria un-
equalled anywhere else in town.-Adv.
Delicious and Refreshing
! f 7i~~~Th'.Ccrc+Cole Compan p ; . a
"FLASHES OF A(
Wn. S. Hart in "TRAILING C
This is Mr. Hart's valedictory performance of the old west.
A Wee New Shop Just for B
T HERE is a cunning Shop
That just we babies know
Where little frocks and coats
Are hung up, row on row-
Where tiny little bootees
And cunning little sockses
Are tucked wih loving care
It dainty baby boxes.
HERE'S not a
From quilt to
Or the best kind o
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And all so sweet a
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SATURDAY and SUNDAY SHOWS
2:00-11:00 P. M.
THE TOT'S SHOP,
4 Nickels Arcade
9 10 11
I-Children's 1-2 and
IV-For 3, 4, 5 and 6
in pink, blue, and yellow. Black
smocking, white collars and cuff with
picot frills. Value, $2.75
II-Children's 2 to 6-year
peg top rompers,
ins blue, tan, pink, and green-white
trimmed, embroidered in black.
Values, $2.75 and $2.98,
III-Little tots of 2 and 3
years will find
dainty voile dresses in pink, blue and
yellow, smocked in black and white
collar and cuffs trimmed in white or-
girls we have
checked tissue gingham,
cerized Chambray cross
brown and tan shades,
crepe round neck, Yaglat
embroidered in wool in.
bloomer dresses-Brown and
shades and various
Values, $7.00 and $7.50.
V- Pongee frocks
4 and 5 with bloom
hand embroidered in shades of
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