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.ALLIES TO INDUCE TRAVELLERS
NOT TO GO BY WAY OF
BERLIN
Paris, Dec. 8.-Two new transport-
ation routes across Europe have been
proposed in order to break the mon-
oply which Germany and Austria-
Hungary have established of the traf-
fic'between Western Europe and Russ-
ia. Until 1914, travellers from Lon-
don, Paris, Geneva and Milan, if
bound for Petrograd, were obliged to
go either by way of Berlin of Vienna.
The two new routes now under con-
sideration are intended to enable trav-
ellers to cross the continent of Eu-
rope without passing through Ger-
man or Austro-Hungarian capitals.
What is called the "northern route"
is projected to connect London with
Petrograd by way of Sweden; through
trains to be ferried from Newcastle
across the North sea to Gothenburg,
to proceed over Swedish rails to the
neighborhood of Stockholm, to be fer-
ried again across the Gulf of Bothnia
connecting with - Finland lines that
would make Petrograd accesssible.,
Propose Southern Route
The proposed "southern rout-
would follow as nearly as possible
the forty-fifth degree of latitude.
Starting from Bordeaux, the line
would make a circuit around the
mountainous region of central France
to reach Lyons, whence it would take
a south-easterly direction, passing
through a new tunnel under the Alps
to reach Milan. Venice, Trieste,
Agram, Belgrade, Bucharest and Od-
essa would be the other principal sta-
tions on this route.-
These routes, their advocates argue,
would be important factors in the fu-
ture economic struggle. .
Prepare for Business Invasion
Stories reach Paris of the trai-
ing in Germany of thousands of
clerks, interpreters and commercial
representatives for the commercial
invasions of Russia. One hundred
thousand Russian prisoners of war, it
is said, are also being initiated in
German business and industrial meth-
ods, while at the same time learning
the language. This organization with
a view to competiion for Russian
business, added to the natural advan-
tage of proximity that the. Germans
enjoy, is presented as another argu-
ment why Western. Europe can no
longer allow them to monoplize the
trans-continental traffic.
When the southern and northern
routes are completed; the gap of 500
miles between the Russian and Anglo-
Indian rails may be filled and then
with the tunnel under the English
channel completed, one would be able
to take the train at London and go
through by rail to Bombay and Cal-
cutta. Engineers are now studying
,another route from Irkutsk on the1
trans-Siberian route to Canton across
the whole of China.
Aerial Mail Service
Important mail matter soon may be
carried in much shorter time. The
central empires are understood to be
working toward the establishment of
regular aerial communication with
the Allies, and the same subject has
been under discussion in France and
England. It is considered here as
certain that letters soon will be car-
ried through the air. Enterprising
newspapers may also adopt this meth-
od for the rapid transportation of late
editions.

First Baptist Church
Morning service at 10:45 o'clock
.with sermon by the Rev. J. M. Wells
on the subject "The Four World King-
doms and the Kingdom of God." Stu-
dents' class at noon at the Guild house
led, by the Reverend Wells.
Community Chapelt.
Sermon at 7:30 o'clock by the Rev.
Robert S. Loring of the' Unitarian
church on "Religious Teachings of
Luther."
Second Baptist Church
"He Careth For You," sermon at
10:30 o'clock by the Rev. John B.
Pharr, Sunday school at noon and B.
Y. P. U. at 6:30. Evening sermon by
the pastor at 7:30 on "The Gospel
Treasure. Prayer meeting at .8 '-
clock Wednesday evening.
First Presbyterian Church
Morning sermon by the Rev. L. A.
Barrett on the subject "Keeping the
Home Fires Burning." Young Peo-
ple's class at noon addressed by Prof.
T. E. Rankin. Social half-hour at 6
o'clock.
Methodist Episcopal Church
The Rev. King D. Beach, pastor of
the Preon Methodist church, Detroit,
will preach at the morning services.
Bible classes at noon, and social half-
hour at 6 o'clock and a reception for
Miss Ellen Moore, student worker on
the staff of Bishop Henderson. Wes-
leyan Guild meeting will follow, led
by Miss Dicken. Evening service at
Hill auditorium.
i St. Andew's Church
Holy Communion at .7:30 o'clock.
Morning prayer and sermon by Dr.
Henry Tatlock at 10:30. Afternoon
service with address by Mr Harris
at 4:30.
First Congregational Church
Sermnon at 10:30 o'clock by the Rev.
Lloyd C. Douglas on "New Vocation,"
dealing with the necessity of deciding
upon a life work, in view of present
abnormal conditions, and danger of
men going out into the world half-
trained. Students' class at 12:30 and
Round Table at 6:30.
Unitarian Church
"Religion and Beauty" subject of
sermon by the Rev. Robert S. Loring
at 10:30. Meeting of the Students' so-
ciety at 6:30 with a talk on MReligion
In Argentina" by o. B. Apesecha,
grad., of Buenos Aires.
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church
Sermon at 10:15 o'clock by the Rev.
H. A. Briuer 'on "The Coming of
Christ in His Glory."-Luke XVI-
20-30. Advent sermon in English at
7:30, taken from Malechi 1, 11th
verse. "The Temple of the New .Tes-
tament More Glorious Than That of
Melechi's Day."
Church of Christ
University Bible classes at 9:30 0'-
clock. Sermon on "God's Secrets"
at 10:30 by the Rev. F. W. Norton.
Bible school at noon and Christian
Endeavor at 6:30.
First Church of Christ (Scientist)
Sermon at 10:30 o'clock on "God the
Only Cause and Creator." Testimon-
ials at 7:30 Wednesday evening.

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e will be a meeting for
ants at Lieutenant Mul-
Waterman gymnasium.

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:ay issued the fol-
esterday afternoon
itic and gymnastic
military students
asium:
company A, hori-
h jump; company
d relay; company
ise and wrestling;
imp and horizontal
relay and parallel
restling and volun-

Trinity English Lutheran Church
Morning services with sermon by
the Rev. Lloyd Merl Wallick, "From
the First to the Second Advent," at
10:30. Vesper service at 7:30 o'clock.
German M. E. Church
Sunday school at 9:30. Sermon by
the Rev. H. Bau at 10:30 o'clock. No
evening service due to the Union ser-
vices at Hill auditorium.
Broadway iM.E. Church
Class meeting at 9:30 o'clock. Jun-
ior league meeting at 3 o'clock led by
Luella Reeves. Christian Endeavor
meeting at 6 o'clock led by Gertrude
Flowerday. No evening services due j
to the Union services at Hill auditor-
ium.
Bethel A. X. E. Chuteh
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock
with sermon by the Rev. James
A. Charleston on "Prepared-
ness." Class meeting at 11:45,
and A. A. C. P. at 3:30. Evening wor-
ship at 7:30 with subject "A World
Without Christ."
St. Thomas' Roman Catholic Church
Masses at 6, 7:30, 8:30, and 10:30
o'clock with sermon at 10:30 by the
Rev. Fr. Rottach on "Devotion to 'the
Blessed Virgin Mary."

Hospital N
Elizabeth B. Swift, '19D,
to the contagious hospital
to be treated for diptheria.

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Bethlehem

German Evangelical

was sent
yesterday

D. Gordon McKenzie, '20E, was op-
Capr eratcd on yesterday at the St. Joseph
itt'sanitarium, for appendicitis.

air of child's glasses in the
of E. William St., please re-

Regent Beal Appointed on Fuel Roard
Regent Junius E. Beal has been ap-
pointed fuel administrator for Wash-
tenawcounty by State Fuel Admins-
rator Prudden in view of the present
coal famine throughout the entire
state. Administrator Beal will short-
ly name two assistants to aid him in
his duties.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L Chapman's
Is ta place. 11S 8. Main.-Adv.

Church
Sermon by the Rev. G. A. Neuman
in English at 9 o'clock on "The World-
ly Mind." Sermon at 10:45 in English
on the same subject. Bible school at
9:45. No evening service.
Zion Lutheran Church
Morning service in English at 8:30
o'clock and in German at 10:30. Sub-
ject of both sermons, "When Will the
Kingdom of God Come?" Luke XVII,
20-30. Evening service in English at
7:30 with sermon on "The Wall of
Partition Broken Down." Ephesians
II, 13-18.

turn to 1317 Forest Court.
2645-W. Reward.

Phonel

Bible class at 4 o'cl
on "Miracles of the T

Sigma Phi badge.
r on back. Reward.

Harold
Phone

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FOR SALE
SALE-Three, tickets for Leg-
ka concert, Wednesday evening,
in floor, best seats. Call 726-M.
SALE--Two seats for each of
t two Pre-Festival Concerts.
st Balcony. Call 1453-F2.

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