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00, will start Monday, and other channels that rely on this
:cept the cement work source of capital to a considerable
y soldier labor. I extent. This was the substance of
completion of the gym- original statistics presented by William

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FORIBYWTH ALIENS.

The

nasium the camp Y. M. C. A. auditor-
ium will house the athletic events,
c while the government theater takes
- care of the shows. The theater was
at open this evening, but not with Packey
i- McFarland as the star entertainer.
0 Packey and Director of Athletics F.
A. Rowe could not agree on where the
gate receipts would go.
ep
Insurance Firins Subscribe to Loan.
00 _ New York, Dec 7.-Financial needs
ed of the government for war purposes
nt are diverting largely current invest-
I ment funds of life insurance compan-:
or ies from the farmers, railroads, mun-

A. Hutcheson, second vice-president
of the Mutual Life Insurance company,
before the annual convention of tho
association of life insurance presi-
dents here yesterday.
The figures showed that allotments
to the companies of the first Liberty.
Loan and their subscriptions to tho
second Liberty Loan amounted to
more than $131.000,000 in less than six
months.
You will always find bargains in
Daily advertisements. Read them.
Always-Daily Service-Always.

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ATTORNEY - GENERAL'S
GIVES NO DETAILS
PROCEEDING S

REPORT
OF

NORMAN HACKE'
andi a COMMAI

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I HAVE IHEI HERE

"A GOOD FOR NOTHING HUSBAND"
AT TIiE WHITNEY, SUNDAY,>
MATINEE AND NIGHT.

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In stock-in more sizes and widths than ordinarily found in
most shoe stores--so we can fit you better
MILIARY SHOE

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AT THE THEATERS
* "The Knife," at the Garrick,
* "A Good For Nothing Husband"
* at the Whitney Sunday, Dec. 9.

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Majestic-"Easy Money." George *
Ade's Fables. *

OFFICER STYLE PUTTEES-lined and unlined, Hog-grain and
-grain" regulation-

Orpheum---Ann Murdock in
"Outcast." Also Travel and Com-
edy.
Wuerth-Baby Marie Osborne in
"Sunshine Gold." Also "Neglected
Wife," No. 14.

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$6.00 to $9.00 per pair

t GENUINE U. S. ARMY SHOES (made according to the Old
>pecifccoion)-the one th-at has always fitted best and has for years stood
ce and that is, right now, making new xecords 'in the training camps-
Only $8.00 per pair
patriotic offer to drafted men-on pre-
n of official notification.. $1.00 per pr. less

Arcade-Alice Joyce and Web-'
ster Campbell in "The Fettered
Woman." Also Comedy, "The
Home Defenders."
Rae-Williafn S. Hart in "The'
Squealer." Also Dorothy Dalton
in "The Ten of Diamonds."

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Washington, Dec. 7.-Only the cold
figures showing the results of the work
of the department of justice in coping
with German plotters in this country
are given in Attorney-general Greg-
ory's annual report submitted today
to congress. None of the details of
the operations of the secret service'
of that department, touching almost
every condition from the romantic to
the sordid, are disclosed. Most of those
must necessarily remain untold until
the end of the war. when a set o
volumes rivaling the most exciting
tales of fiction might be written from
them. The attorney-general's report
merely tells the story of results in the
figures of prison sentences which the
agents of German intrigue now are
serving in federal penitentiaries.
In dealing with the enemies within,
the department has found that the es
pionage law, the trading-with-the-en-
emy act, and the prosecution of sed-
itious conspiracy have been fruitful
of results.
"The government's hands have ben
materially strenghtened so that it now
has power to deal with distributing
malcontents," says the attorney-gen-
eral's report.
,Cites Instance
"The prosecution of William D.
Haywood and other leaders of the so-
called Industrial workers of the
World, to the number of more than
150 in the northern district of Illinois,
is an instance of how these laws may
be employed for the public protection
in this time of stress. The effect of
these prosecutions is already having
a far reaching and highly beneficial in-
fluence toward the maintenance of
order and obedience to law through-
out the country."
After dealing with the war acivities
of the department the attorney-general
passes on to recommendations con-
cerning the civil laws of, the nation.
Commodities Olause
He renews at the outset his re-
ommendations that the commodities
clause of the interstate commerce law
be amended to meet supreme court de-
cisions, to divorce transportation from
production. While the legislation Mr.
Gregory recommends is intended part-
icularly to cover the coal roas, it
would also prohibit to the last degree
a railway from manufacturing or
owning anything it transports in in-
terstate commerce.
Also, the attorney-general renews
his recommendations for a provision
of law intended to benefit the federal
courts. It would provide that when
a federal judge reaches the age of 70
years and refuses to avail himself of
the retirement already provided by
law, the President shall be authorized
to appoint another judge for the same
district to take precedence over the
older one.
xisrus0of ~Ma>~
Under existing law ter' is no legal
penalty for sei ding thr t Wing letters
through thie mails nn~: to acom-
plish extortation or as pa of a means
to defraud. Mr. Gregor. i'ecommends
legislation to make it V. crime. The
statute of limitations for criminal pro-
secution in tankruptcy c:ges, now one
year, the attorbey-general regards as
having defeAed justice i some cases.
He recormends tat it ba extended to
three yee's.
Ant-Tri'c !i:s^ s
In the enforcement of the anti-trust
laws the attorney-general says the de-
partment has been confronted by pec-
uliar conditions brought about by the
war. There are two broad lmitations
on the power of the department.
The attorney-general devotes much
of his report to informing congress of
the steps he has taken to carry out
the measures against enemy aliens.
They include co-operation of federal'

marshals and troops with local author-
ities, and go into the legal procedure
in great detail.
AT THE ARCADE

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ANHAT

Mow&*kwmmmm

CLEANED AND REBLOCKED
with a new band
LOOKS LIKE NEW
Saves $2.00 or $3.00
FACTORY RAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta
Telephone 1792
W H ITNE T
SUNDAY Dec.9
Matinee and Night
Robert Sherman presents
A
GOOD FOR
NOTHING
HUSBAND
Excellent Cast and Scenery
Equipment
I at. 25-50c Night 25.751
Seat Sale Opens Friday

Shows at 3:00, 6:3, 8:00,9:30
ise Unless Otherwise Specifie
Sat-SAlice Joyce and Webster Ca
bell in "The Fettered woNmn,"
corn dy, "The Home Defenders.
ne r-o-Harold Lockwood in "Para
t,;tden" (Rtet.) and Drew Coyne :Ie is a~.
TCu ,--Constance 'lalmadge in "S
dal" (et.) and Comedy.
WAe(L12 hI cne Fenwvick iii "Tihe
'Aoman and-Mutt and Jeff
toon "Laundry Business."

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Patronize Our Advertisers.--Adv.
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)PIES OF THE ABOVE GENUINE U. S. ARMY SHOES in cheaper
(which are usually sold for the genuine U. S. Army Shoe)--
At $6.00 and $7.00 per pair

Gee. Ade' Fables'

Shovs, 3-7:130-S3LPeaces,

man who desires a MILITARY STYLE with a MORE EXCLUSIVE AP-
,ARANCE, I have had made up specially for me a VERY FINE GENUINE
'4GLISH GRAIN-Officer Style Blucher-on the celebrated "West Point" last
rhich is worn by the cadets at West Point), very specially priced-
At $10.00 per pair

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Plays

"SUPPRESSED DESIR
By Susan Glaspell an
George Crain Cook
"THE LOST SILK HA
By Lord Dunsany

I want to call your attention, in particular, to the fact that ,we have the
hoes here-on the shelves-you do not have to wait an indefinite length of
Are for an order and then, when you get them, (if youdo) find they do not
q Properl) and so ruiin your feet or find yourself forced to buy another pair.

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Mopgright Bart Schaffner&dMars
A new military
overcoat
Wear it on cool days this
fall or on rainy days.
Hart Schaffner
& Marx

By
Reserved
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WAHR'S
(Both Book Stores
TICKETS $1.00

Wu

rs' Scrvice and Dress Boots.
to order at prices ranging from $25.00 up

Matinees 2, 3:
Saturdays-S
BOOKINGS
Sat-8-Baby Ml
shine Gold."
No. 14.
Sun-Mon1-gi o-;V
"-Bab's Burgi;
Comedy. E.v
Tues-Wed-1 1-1:
Garden of Al
22C, Tax 3c-
Thurs-Fri-i 3-14-
"TIh: Call of
stone Corned.
Sat-is-Mary A
Country Call
"His Neglect,

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made it, which means it
stand good hard wear
tear, and give you the
kind of a value.

will
and
best

Skating
Shoes

1 19 EAST LIBERTY STREET

Several variations for men
and young men.
Reule-Conlin-
Fiegel Co.
The big store at the south-
east corner Mairand Wash-
ington Streets-do'ntotvn.

Today the feature at the Arcade is
especially interesting in that it offers
not only one of. the best wom* ac-
tresses on the screen-Alice Joyce-
but also in the fact that the man who
supports her in "The Fettered Wom-
an," is a Unversity of Michigan grad-
uate of about four or five years ago.
He is playing under the name of
Webster Campbell. The Arcade man-
agement has been unable to discover
his real name, and would thank any-
one who recognizes him on the screen
to make known his correct name.
"The Fettered Woman is a pictur-
ization of Robert W. Chambers' novel,
"Anne's Bridge."

Prices: roci
Matinee: 2. 3

BOc
Sat-8-A
so Tr
Sunl-g-B
Baby.
Mon
Tues-ii

Or

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your shoes are repaired-try us-you

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