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OF .IINES FRANCE HOLDS
p IN OCCUPATION OF RUHR SA~

iod1 of instructlon of limited duration".
It is expected the, services of other
UNtechnical groups will be utilized.
Fran ce's determination to "carry
on" in her :undertaking is. reaffirmed
in the address. by President Miller-
and to a- deputation from the. Leag;ue
of Patriots. r
"Victorious France demands from
the conquered respect and the appli-'
cation of the tre ntles. nothihg more"'.
the president said. "She. has decided
to obtain that. Her tenacity and calm
will: overcome every .resista.nce".,
A Dusseldorf dispatch to, the }batin
C ITO fh 1 h XUL I ilivn-V "'Aiti A'An U tai

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YESERD Y IN
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The. nomination of Milo D. Camp-!
bell, of Michigan, to thie federal re-
serve board as the so called "dirt
farmer" member was confirmed to-
day by the Senate.
'Presidenit Harding, recovered from
la grippe, returned to. his desk after
more than a week's absence.

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a general' strike" when they learned 'Te eaebgncnieaino
that the mine directors had been fined ThnSntIea cnieaino
another rural credit proposal-the
at Mayence. The corre~pondent as-# Lenroot-Aiderson government aid
serts ether workers' organizations bill.
took imp~ortant action. Thle railway
strike, the dispatch added, became ef-
feciv ix/prt t p.inSen. Borali, republican, .Idaho,. an-,
)Lore Troops Going nounced lie would reintroduce his, res-.
Premier Peincaire is <continuing his olution requesting the President to
daily conferences with the heads ofI call an International -economic con-
technical departments concerned in ferene.
the occupation; with reference to re-
inforcement of thei contingents already Mrs. John R;. hendermon, widow o"'
there, which, it is said -in official cir- the late Senator Henderson, Missouri.,
cles, inust necessarlly be larger than offered the gnoverntnient a $500,000E
at first contemplatedz, because of- the1 newly constructed re-Wdence asi a
*German resistance. h lome for the vice president.
j ~Oficial figures. place the niumbe^r at
present =il the Ruhr district at aboutj Authority would be giiven the prey-
45,000. troops, 50 French engineers ident under a bill introduced by Sen-
and 12 Italian and 12 Belgian engin- ator -Brookhart, republican, "Iowa, to
cers. Others will be senit forward asf take over and operate coal mlines in
.ranidly as. needed, . an emergency.

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1107 S. UJNIVERSITY.

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Justthe Place to Eat
W hen Down Tavrn
When you get cauight down town around,
mieal tim~e, drop in here., We're just half.
a block, east of Main Street. One bite
tastes like mrore.
CUiCKEN PIE IEVER' SATURDAY NI6OT
"EatHere When DoWrn:Town" t
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119 E. LIBERTY HONE 262041
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Aiew of cue ofhie coal inies- at Haiborn, Ge~mnany.
This Mine, 3ncarltamlborn, Germany, isi one of the, important coal miin, s in the German industrial disc
)v hel by France in Ier drastic more to collect delinquent reparation pa.ments from Germany. The 'owl
A workers inl the _c mlntcs arv mcting the seizure of the plants with "pa~ssing resistance" by sim-ply qit
)rk as the Fr:rwLcn.i engineers take o:av e Lrrinres.

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/ GRUPSPLA ~HrschcrElected R 9 IMNT
F 1Fift TIjITE. Alex Mop i omer' 23. presidjent ' ~~[ B~RC
/ the Liberal clubi, tendered his restig--
~Js 1)l'f1UtL ~ rataon to the clubi at the bus nev' Ci1iudfo aeOe
~. U.:3~AL1~A ~ Imeel ing which wxas held last night 2"ii OI )ane otegvrmn
the Union. rThe club aceepted lthe res-thtGn Xout dsntclab
--- orate satifactorily With him. Lastly,
ignation as Montgomery will graclu~ite
!.ie grzolu into, which I It i iointed ou>;t te Rhineland corn-
in February ndu unanii'nously electe(;
Ie Avor con- ?1?ssion acts independently of M.
~ pcriassAdvi:ory J. J. IlerseChor, grad., to fill the va-.
U livid~ dlle the fresh- ;CseadGn eote
cancy.ItCos ton btan. a Deot .ths
the irs Lie la4 nght After the lbushness, meeting, Prof Itito btnarertnths
1. he cy Coni,..r, 3"the10 A. EWocAdc'' the se oy eat-points tha~t M. Letrocqiuer and Gen.
ilentine )planof ac- nct1 ae11ak oiooy eat veyganim liavp undertaken their mis-
11tg< Te z tllki which lhe outlined fsMon.Teprs enrlysue
James l ffy, .'4, the principles for which hie believed, I Th prsgeralasu s
the cohlmittee, recentt .7 that liberal stood'. The professor cit- 1e.Wyad~'l aecmado
them I d 'or uinc~ple oflihealim. I the occupaztion as a whole, M. Louch-

The necessity of concentrating the
technical "fore9 and troops in the Taking, cognizance of reports tit
Ruhir under one .commiand' is' felt. , "embassy° liquor" was reaching boot-
leggers, treasury officials were uinder-
* stood to have called the attention off
Cosm poltan lub tho state department to certain "un-
14ill..Present Acs usual ship ents" of Intoxicants to1 em-
Acts bassies and legations.
Vaudeville acts,, given by members Secretary Hlughtes infotrmedl the Sen-
of the Cosmopolitan, club-and'charact-} ate foreign relations committee that
eist c of the nations represented in Roland W. Boyden, unofficial An en-I
thne organization w1, make up the on- cane observer at the reparations cote-
mission, lhad' been- instructed to' re-
tertaintraent to be put on hi' the, club I rain from. expryssing expressions of.
dulriln the second week of th e Nve- e opinions of iproposals before the coin-
metrin 11111 auditoriumu. mission and in the absence of instruc-}
An Argentine tango and a Chinese I tions not to offer suggestions. An-
wod (ance will' Ir among th1e lanc-1 nouncemnent Was made that ElliotI
inlg acts, and several musical nuns IWadswort'h, assistant. secretary. of the,
hers have been arranged. Jfohan. Ro- treasury- would. represent the- United
rich, '241), will sing a number of South! States at the interallied conference
African songs and a Swviss yodielin ; whli :h will convene in Paris,., March
act is also announced. Individuals 1, to 'onsider adjustment of, paymnent s
frc-nm almost every nation. represented-i by Gfrmany for the maintenance of ;
in the club' will lend their, aid to the l troop .' of cithei' government on the
production. The closing act,.will be Rhine
an ensemble of 'all' participants in na-
tivo costume. The hlou'se by. a vote of 204 to 77
The exact date of the entertainment appriN d the action of its- judiciary
has not been fixed but will be an- .comm: l..+e in giving, a clean bill of
tounced 'shoertly. health toAttorney General Daugherty
___________________________-on the Keller imlpeachmient charges.
T HE BAT risir Execute Two
Fia 1 ik;t,t' el ,ThN eatn Wexford, Ireland',Jan. 2t--(By A.
VI&IMOw E, A i' inroit at P ) -Two men, named' O'Reilly and

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- NOW,'SHOWING
Here's the Achiev ~mer t of Motion Pictuire Art

Du f's a mrcs aktaI tefPs ,c h t bI 1 tr, i~th orninermiist~er- oriiuleratecu
le Iguand :1other ath.lletic t ur~anilts stand,:;, not .for the d triuction of in- ! regions, is said to have declined to tin-
tofolo tlebiktbalcnet h sftttions, bult rath~'r for their con-t; e hetask.
firs. yer me hs'r~ k'e ivided xinto Istr uctive alt eration:; secondly, thrat a Ta rnc cneilae mei
sevcen territorial dIi tics, the office rs liberal si-ancdl;for social control, IL j ate 1tep s ato strengthem her hand tin
of t'vh±ich were ,,letcLa t therecent I hich conanect in's -c ^ir.taoaaed l c
I-etu f'h rsmn onrlo osn nEgad the occupied area is seen in the an-
- iouncement that 3,750 railway mnen
Th1n0 e of lh1g1 s teSec-_(1y, tha'ta liberal stand., for' adapta- hvensn oteRh frapr
iiona of the ((1: outry hih he.'P}?-fiwit' a id s5[3cialpr.: gress, wand' lastly.'- -
ree8t, an'.l lt (nae;of 'the o0fiters5 'i tata i ra11 stanads for freedom of
of 1. -1 rious ', nus follo: firtlis,cus .ion. At the conclusnion of theI . ...-..,.. . ...:.. r
grup rhgrsof Detroit, G., fEt profeossor'sy talk a di.,cussion followoa
ThIorne, }presid et, l ,, lctckc, vaice in vrhicji the qu~esti'on of howN far -
pr-esident; vv'illiam *W'ason, secrtary, fre o£o speech :should be allowed E ^
clad C? .: 11. .t~ec angr; ; formed the center of the controversy.
o r" grouP, "Indins" estern The (tiscasi(n was broughlt nearer
Mc'a,1). T. Q;,i. t, pe sden1t, i.. home by the aplicaion of the 'l'inf-
LC. Ofl, ahletiMc managerc,; thiird ciule-+ of liberalism to ca-mi pus con-'
;oup "n8" fw-tcsern iich1i<.an, j(ftjH5
. ud the Umpper Peninsula, E . C. GFama- TheLiberal club was organized lastz
lq. presidIent, ad . . ondo, atih- fall in t interes ts of the promotionys
I tic naniger; fourth group,. " Yankee and discussion of nolitie'al and, social
club", R.. .K obler, 1 resident; fifth :qcupstiofla. cipecial-W these which +
g ontt, "Big Fiv&, midle 'oto conern the University.
" t . C. Nw. Ir nem pf. res de t. C..__
TriI ,l)ett,. c 'etary . andi A. IProl .1', Try a Classified ' A d--it pays-A dv. tli ii7Il(11 ; a:i1 r u h = --
noth M1,iddfe Western states, 11, N.' Patrconize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Sl~ne, resdetJ. 0. F'rederick-
r~ou. vice presidlent, and J. T. Price, q
~tti A m~ Wae;st adevndth ;;1rou'p, WeUsiie he MstApproved JAZAE
"i3er Cat " (WstrnamidSou 'h :'1 r, iHE
staIte,,. .C. Tpp.preident, A. 13. teALL DTAcliinfART x>
~ovmma, vcepro idn'.11. Robin- AL D K
'onI :>'o. ~ n <1.1C J. N'evill , th- I I aIA 'S DANCE, STUDO
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Prec ' k nd a.iIt $.0 e ctda h.Wfrfrhifnr a-ts $.50, to 50c racks this morning. Both had been
SHU BERT. _ 5-1.O found guilty of possessing armns. Pik-605$-0
M [C 7 G A M~t~ttugs., Thurs. aiid . . "'
fia.,25c and SCc 1
Wie G arantee- to Teach You
BORSOTEiLLE O *PAN Y ! to: Deuce. All of the
In IBertho Mlli'bGreat MODERN DANCELS
Drsflm ic Tixnipi; In One Course
THE REDDLE-WOMAN IIALSEY'S DANCE STIUDIOS
A Play. o Intenst.e Emiotion,

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MARION DAVIES
And, a superb cast of principals and an army of
supernumeraries.

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TODA N

TOMORROW

ADlULTS 0,c huDDlES 1.0c

YOU WILL SEE
Settings anMl gowns of a. maguilicent
beauty never ap~proached, before on
the screen. Designed by Joseph, Ur-
ban:
Gxallantt knights cla'shing& upon the
tourney field, wilile hundreds of fai-r
women. applaud.
Armor, jewels, tapestries of- priceless
value,
The "thrilling elopement of lthme -royal:
heroine, in boy's clothing witm her
lover, including' the leap for, life ou
hlorseback from a hignh- bridge.
Flashing swordplay, thme hitrigues' and
passions of a profligate court laid
bare.
,A 'Spectacular rmanc e of hot, imipet-
uous youth - as old as tirt , as fresti
as to-morrow.

The, Pidure-
they ; totalk-
I ng abouit
'1roniu
to
Port4land, Ore.

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D ISTINGUISHED m'nodels of
patent.Colt and dull calf,
lightly built for dancing, Tux.-
edo and formal wear.

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Oxfords,
Shoes -

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$10.00

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or Night of igt&
A snappy, peppy story of, a beautiful
little Cloak Model who renounced
the Gay Life..

SEE URSPECIAL
DISPLAY
In the Arthur F. M'arquardt Tailor
-Shop, 608 Efast Liberty Street. Mr.
H. C. Mackt is in charge.

Due to- the Insistence of Mr. W. S. Buitterfield That Ann Arb~or
Folks' be Able to Witness, at REASONABLE PRICES, Thmls Mas-
siv Pioduction Tfhat is Selling in Other Cities at $2.00 Per Scat,
Admissions will be
-Every Evening ...... ...0e
Week Day MIatinees :. { . . 250-5c
r(way Tax Included
PRESENTATIONS EVERY DAY
2:00 -3:40 --- 7:00--8:45
Feature, starts exa-tly'at thiese ;tours. Come early!
(AINGOSUN DAY
.WM. DE MILLE'S -
LATEST P11QI0trtTION
THE WORLD'S APPLAUSE
WITH 11. 111: iA\1ILS, LEWIS STONE AND 1e ATI7VN WILLIAMIS

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Snub ' H rd in "Newly Rich"

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