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:A L NEWS

of All-Wool Fabrics

Woolens are hard to get. But despite
e assortment of all-wool fabrics in the
e patterns for men's stylish clothes are on
This is an event you can't afford to over-

over. $30.00 buys a good suit
SOMETHING EXTRA

that is truly

J. K. MALCOLM
604 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Problem in Economy
Our Difference
Price Others on 5 Rolls
developed ............. 10c 15e 25c
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tal difference in price.....................$1.15
VE YOUR FILMS WITH US AND SAVE MONEY
loped and printed hal day to day sooner than others.
Arcade Floral Shop
KOD AK DEPARTMENT
- Call us for Party and Group Pictures
)N CANNERY Red Cross Class Will Meet on Friday
[LE STATE DEANS Through a mistake, it was stated in
I yesterday's Daily that all University
Unable to Take Care women taking the course in standard
Governor Ex- jsurgical dressings were required to
1 To Act ~ pledge a certain number of hours per
week at Angell house. It is unneces-
4.-Jackson prison's sary to pledge any hours.
e the "wet" beans of Because of the mistake, very few
restigation of the fa- showed up at the class yesterday. The
institution is being supervisor states that girls may still
Administrator Pros- attend the class on Friday of this
Sleeper is expected week, but this will be the last chance
prison to help take to register. The class meets at 2 o'-
is stock. clock every Tuesday and Friday with
ruling of the federal six lessons in the course.'
ion, beans carrying .

Upon City's Cafes
Scarcity of Foodstuffs Encourages
Manufacture or Many
Substitutes
Several restaurants on State street,
and in other parts of the city, driven
by the shortage of cane sugar, are
serving corn sugar to their patrons.
Corn sugar, as the name implies, is a
product of corn and has only recently
been brought out. The proprietor of
one restaurant which is using corn
sugar entirely says that although it is
not of as fine quality and its sweet-
ening powers are not as great as
cane sugar, yet it seems to be accepta-
ble to those who are using it.
Substitution seems to be the order
of the day. One of the grocers of the
city, when interviewed on this subject,
produced no less than seven products
which are taking the places of things
made unobtainable by the war. These
included several different kinds of
starch, a sugar, an oil substitute for
lard which. is said to be very success-
ful, and a substitute for maple syrup.
It is the general opinion of the gro-
cers of the city that is only a matter
of educating the people to the use of
these substitutes which in most cases
are as good as the products them-
selves, and the varions shortages will
cease to be felt and indeed cease to
exist.
MORE NOISE, LESS BUSINESS
ON PARIS BOURSE, REPORT
Paris, Dec. 4.-The Bourse, or stock
exchange of Paris, is making almost
as much noise as before the war to do
about half as much business. The
bulk of the trading now is on the
"curb" or, more strictly speaking, on
the portico of the Bourse, where the
unofficial brokers make their deals,
filling the Place de la Bourse with
their clamor.
In the midst of a lively session of
this market the other day the quota-
tions suddenly disappeared from the
blackboards. The employes of the
Bourse had chosen this little manifes-
tation to enforce a demand for all
Saturday afternoons off. The brokers
surrendered and the clerks re-estab-
lished the quotations.
Stock operations here now are most-
ly for investment since cash opera-
tions, only, are allowed, yet there is
some speculation in sugar refinery and
munitions works shares.
Introduce Bill To Exempt Congress
Washington, Dec. 4.-Repeal of the
provision in the war revenue act
under which the salaries of members
of congress are exempt for the in-
come tax was proposed today in bills
introduced by Representatives Mott
and Snyder of New York.
Two Classes Sent from Selfridge
Selfridge field, Mt. Clemens, has al-
ready sent two classes to France
where after a few weeks instruction
in army machines they will go into ac-
tive service.

* Captain Losey J. Williams, re- *
* tired Philippine scout, will be de- *
* tailed at the University shortly as *
* professor of military science and *
* tactics, according to a telegram re- *
* ceived yesterday from the war de-
* partment by President Harry B. *
* Hutchins. Lieutenant G. C. Mul- *
* len will be the captain's assitant. *
FINAL "Y" REPORT
SHOWS $ 25,059.79
Pledges of 2,800 Students and Faculty
Exceed Expected University
Quota
In a'final report presented to the
executive committee of the Student
Friendship war fund last night, state-
ments show that the University pledg-
ed $25,059.79, in the late drive.
Of this amount, nearly $8,000 has
beenpaid in. There were 2,800 pledg-
es made. Of these, the faculty number
550; men students, 1,500; and women,
750.
Complete totals indicate the follow-
ing totals for the three groups: Fac-
ulty, $8,731.10; men, $10,164.75; wom-
en, $6,138.94. The average for the men
$8,731.10; men, $10,164.75; women,
$6,138.94. The average for the men
was $7 per capita, women, $8, and
acuity, $16.
Statements will be sent out today
to all subscribers to show the amounts
lue on pledges.
It is expected that the expenses of
the campaign will be fully met by the
funds as soon as some pledges come
in.

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At Mrs. Stoddard's Hair Paric
Specialists in
Marcelling and Water-waving
We also carry a complete line of
Marinello Creams and Powders
E. Burnhams' Cosmetics
The Famous Buena Tonic
Simplex Manicure Goods
707 N. University Ave. Above University Branch A. A. Sav. B

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WHAT'S GOING ON

I

NAVAL
LIST

AUXILIARY
WILL CLOSE

Enrolling Officer To Receive All
plicants For Examination
Friday

Ap.

TODAY
7:00 o'clock-Band practice in Uni-
versity Hall,
TOMORROW
7:'30 o'clock--Meeting of Actuarial
society in Room 401 Mason hall.
7:30 o'clock--Zionist society meets
in Room P.162, Natural Science build-
ing.
7:30 o'clock-University Christian
Science soci ty meets in Newberry
hall.
U-NOTICES
All Camp Davis men are asked to
attend the meeting to be held at 6:45
o'clock Sunday evening at the Union.
DETROIT SEE' RELIEF
IN FUEL SITU TION

WILL OuY OR SELL
Hoover Ste

GEO, H. Fl
312 National DS
Telephone 1
Choice Bits
College Lxi

cent moisture can
ias been found that
g factories are un-

Oratorical Association Chooses Play
John Maisfield's "Tragedy of Nan"'

vailable supply. has been selected as the play to be
--- presented by the Oratorical associa-'
eruiting Drive tion during the latter part of January,
4.-Navy recruit- The class in play production has
as announced to- been working on the book this sem-
ered to begin at ester and the principal characters
0 men between 21 have' already been assigned. A few
ground personnelI minor parts remain and selections for
corps. them will be made later.
workers, machin- Because of its remarkable charac-
Blacksmiths, fabric: ters and intense situations' the play
cetylene welders, tfurnishes exceptional opportunity for
n, and instrument good acting. Similar to the Irish plays
especially. After: presented last year it is especially in-
of men will be teresting because of its simplicity and
n to higher grade. quaintness of language.-
ine 50c. Staebler Dance at the Armory every Satur-
St.-Adv. day night 9-12.-Adv.

Applicants for the naval auxiliary
reserve will be enlisted here Friday
morning by Lieut. J. H. Clark of the
.leveland enrolling office,
Students desiring to be considered
n the enrollment must make applica-
tion before Thursday night. More than
75 have already made application
to Luther H. Beach, '18E, 726
South State street.
It is not known definitely whether
additional applications will be accept-
Id after Thursday night.:
Students who enroll in the naval
.uxiliary reserve will be allowed to
:omplete the present semester's work
)efore they are called. They will
serve for the duration of th.e war
only.
VETERAN OFFICERS ATTACHED
TO NATIONAL GUARD FORCES
With the American Army in France,
Dec. 4.-A number of officers who were
attached to the first battalions to en-
ter the trenches have been transferred,
to the newly arrived units of former
:ational guardsmen, where 'they will
direct the work of getting the new
troops ready for the front line. Later
men of the first unit to establish con-
tact with the enemy also may be.
transferred temporarily to assist the
officers. This conforms with the an-
nounced plan of General Pershing.
Reports from all divisional head-
quarters indicate that the training is
progressing most rapidly. The course
of instruction has been shaped so as
to achieve the greatest results in the
shortest time without abandoning any
necessary detail,
Engineers working on the supply
line today reported they had passed
through several fairly lively bombard-
ments without casualties.

In anticipation of the final e
ation, 70,000 bluebooks are bein
up in the wok room of the ass
students, store at the Univer
California. This is an incr(
40,000 over the number prepar
semester.

ire are many Phonographs

Detroit, Dec, 4.-Michigan looked
with expectancy toward Washington
today for fulollmient of the -romise of
Coal Administrator Garfield that the
state should have a sufficient supply
of coal by today or tomorrow.
State Fuel Administrator Prudden
received this word from Washington
recently, following days and weeks of
watchful waiting. The message said
that increased shipments of coal would
be ordered for Detroit immediately,
which would ultimately affect the fuel
situation throughout Michigan.
Detroit, which received probably the
most severe blow of any Michigan
city from the shortage, expected to be
the chief beneficiary at least tempor-
arily. Later, the coal directed to De-
troit will be distributed in every part
of the state to offset the suffering
which is inevitable in the remote cities
which are without coal.
Residents of small towns and rural
communities were able to procure
wood for fuel but this was practically
impossible in Detroit. At one time the
situation was so acute that nearly
1,500 families in this city were act-
ually suffering from the coal.
Women Must Enroll For Marching
University women will be given a
final opportunity to enroll for mili-
tary marching at the regular class
period at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Positively no more applications for
the course will be considered after
this time, as definite squad assign-
ments will then be made,
Drill will be held on the field across
from Barbour gymnasium, unless the
weather conditions prevent.

Post-(e
C. A. war
Columbia
ersubscri
the subs(

But only One

a receipts for
ave' bought t
re up to $10,?

RAFANOLA

low-students and forced to apol
The third annual meeting of tl
cific coast conference will be
this week at San Francisco.
gates from the Universities of
fornia, Washington, and Orego
be present. The Oregon Agric
college will also be represented
recognition of minor sports su
rugby and soccer, and the qu
of allowing freshmen to play in
collegiate football will be discus
Barnard sophomores have plai
strenuous week of hazing fc
freshmen, as a preparation for a
teries and Soph" show to be give
week, Resolutions have been f:
by the sophomores; which lay
strict rules as to what the fres
are permitted to do. Freshme
not permitted to use the front
case of the dormitory; and perl
guard is kept to see that this
is obeyed. The freshmen are
watched to see that they do not a
in college without their fres
labels.
More girls are self-supp(
this year than formerly, accordi
the report of the University of
nois.
Buy your alarm clocks at .
Chapman's, Jeweier. 113 S.
-Adv.
The Daily's specialty i9 servi,

imbia Grafanola makes an excel-
tristmas Gift.
Present that will give happiness
whole year.

Our assortment of Machines is
larger now than any other time.

fr. Kraus Speaks at Y: W. C, A. Today
Dr. Edward H. Kraus of the Miner-
ology department will speak at the
Vesper service at 4:30 o'clock this af-
ternoon at Newberry hall. The topic
of the address will be "Our New Re-
sponsibilities." Dr. Kraus will treat
the subject from the viewpoint of
present day events and the part which
college men and women are called
upon to assume.
Typewriting repairing and Sales-
room. Ann Axobr Sav. Bnk., 2nd

Class dancing
demy Monday
nines. 7:30 to 9:

at tne Packard Aca-
and Thursday eve-
:80. Private lossnf

UMBIA RECORDS
Of any Pieces you want

u lc, d1v U a . r Lslb ul
by appointment. Phone 1860-F12.
-Adv.
There are opportunities for you-in
Daily advertisements. Read them.-

floor. Phone 866.
Washington.-Adv.

Woodward

and

Classical Music

Popular Pieces

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Give Something "Differenf!"

agency for Columbia Grafanolas

Useful Gifts for Christmas -

M Book Racks
M Srcap Books

Fountain Pens
Christmas Cards and

Music House

Special Christmas Stationery. Just the thing for the boys away, and the girls at
Students' Supply Stc
1111 S. Univ. PLaI 1

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