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January 04, 1922 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DOMINION RIDS
EX-SER VICE MENI

KREISLER CONCERT Of
CHOR A NION SERIES
STO BE OFFERED MONDAY

Canadian Government Grants
for Land Purchases by
Former Soldiers.

LoansI

WORLD FAMOUS VIOLINIST
PROGRAM IN HILL
A FTnYrVAf wbrT'T

ON

FORMER WASTE LAND ADDS AUDI URiJL11
$15,000,000 ]IN PAST YEAR
Fritz Kreisler, the world famous vio-
Chicago, Jan. 2.-- Twenty-seven linist, wll give the fourth concert on
thousand Canadtan sold'ers bve beenj the Choral union series at 8 o'clock
setled on farms by the Canadian Gov- next Monday night in Hill Auditorium.
ernmen t and $85,000.000 have been No violinist of our time has sur-
loaned to these men by their govern- passed Mr. Kriesler in his hold on the
ment, according .to John Barnett, public, while none has won and des-
Chairman. of the Soldiers settlement erts maintained that hold by clea er
Board of Canada. deserts or higher qualities. During
125.000 Peonle Placed his years in the United States he has
"Aggregated roughly this means that played in every part of the country,
we have placed a population of 125,- in cities and towns that rarely hear an
000 people on these lands.' he said. artist of such distinction, no less than
"Our settlers have been settled part- in the capitals of music that annually
ly on free Crown Lands, and partly expect four or five "Kreisler Concerts."
on lands purchased by this Board andI Popular With Audiences
re-sold to him. In no case has a sett- Season after season, whatever the
ler been required to possess more than place or the occasion, his audiences
$500. We have, therefore, advanced have filled hall or theater to the doors.
practically the frill purchase nrce of These audiences include connoisseurs
the lands we have bought, and in ad-, of the violin and of violinists; muss-
dition have advanced up to $3.000 for cians in general quick to recognize a
permanent improvements. such as master in their art; the pnblic of ex-
bulldin2s, fencing, etc., and stock and perience, intelligence and taste in con-
equipment. I certs; the public that knows when it
890400 Acres C(tIvofed. is pleased and time after time seeks its
"We have been in oneration over! pl asure, acd finally those without an
three years, and the national results ear for music, who feel in Mr. Kreis-
are already very great. S'me 600.000 ler the sway of a potent personality.
acres that were rreviouslv raw and' Possesses Great Talent
entirely unciiltivated. have been As musician he reveals himself, first
bron-lt under culivatlon. Last year by choice of program, which ranges
soldier se'tlers nrodieed field erons -
worth easily $15 000,000, to w1ch must
be added the value of the increase Ini
'stock and the value of poultry and -p -
dairy products. I
"Out of the $5 000.000 alre'dv ex-
pended, $10 000 000 has been returned RO EN
to the Public Treasury. Of due pay-
ments, more than 90 percent was paid. P S
"Thus far, the number of men who r
have abandoned their efforts repre-
sents 7 per cent of our aggregate set-
tlement. In the cases of aband-nment,
and despite the collapse in markets,
we have salvaged and foreclosed more .. coc
than 500 cases representing an invest- _ _ _ _
ment of more than $2,000,000, without
any financial loss. W e t 0iu Bnioess
JUDGE LINDSEY TO YOU'RE APT To t4 E
SPEAK ON CHILD VG ANN DAV'.

from the gravely beautiful and exact- II1lIIlIIllItDDlDitIllItl-liltItItIl IIII
ing classics through warm and rich
romantic numbers to light fanciful BE TIME
numbers requiring many a delicate 1VON 1
dexterity.
As violinist, Mr. Kreisler has pene- S T A R T
trated and mastered every technical
secret of his instrument until he can- THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
draw from it a tone of manifold and
lustrous beauty, at once sustained and- At
plastic, sensitive to whatever shading A Big or Little Ben alarm
or suggestion he would lay upon it- clock will help you be prompt
the voice in perfection of the violin. in getting to work this year.
Seats on Stage. Both plain and luminous dials
In order to take care of the large priced
number of patrons desiring to attend
the concert, tickets will again be Fo'd =$3.50 and $4.75
for seats on the stage as at the Mc-
Cormack concert. There are also a
number of seats in various parts of H A LLER & ULLER
the auditorium which are availableSe
according to Charles A. Sink, secre- State Street Jewelers
tary of the School of Music.
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Parker in New York City
Prof. John C. Parker, of the electri-
cal enginering department, is spending
several days in New York city on
business.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
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Tell it to Buddy
He never forgets
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PROBLFMS-JAN. 7
"Why Kids Lie" will be the subject
of the lecture to be given by Judge
Ben B. Lindsey, of Denver, Colorado.'
next Saturday evening in Hill audi-
torium under the auspices of the Or-
atorical association. Judge Lindsey is
probably the greatest authority in the
United States on such problems as
child welfare, juvenile punishment.
and the like. In 1911 the Judge made
a report at a congress of European
powers in Antwerp on the subject of
child welfare and conservation which
was discussed and adopted in part.
His laws and his court procedure have
been made the model for acts of Par-
liament in Great Britain.

WE figure that you've heard
about our expert plumb-
ing skill and about the
moderate size of the bill we ren-'
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some day we think that you may
need us and if you do the tele-
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THE team has a scrappy leader this year and that
scrappy leader is out there to win for Michigan
every minute of the game. He is also fighting out-
side of "office hours." "A Thousand Words from
Bud" is an interesting and sincere appeal from the
scrappy captain to the Michigan campus wherein he
asks for support for the 1922 basketeers.

All about the Co-ed's plan for
their Union the Home beautiful
is is to be found In the January
CH I MES
Every women, Every man, too
should read it. See Page 18.

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And just what Caused our own
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forth is told In the January
C H I M E S
by Mr. Louis Elbe"OQ, author
of this great S o n g, Th e
Victors.

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