)TLewoi E:Due to the blow-out of a hurn
ow them how their
r the German gov- coil, Westminster house, tIhe im
not influence the dormitory for . girls at 602
t we can put them Huron street, has been temporar
and I want to see closed since Tuesday. The e:.ide
e must deal relent- which occurred early Sunday mi
mies of America." ing, resulted in no serious dama
not surprised by but made it impossible to he i
the secretary. building. The nineteen residents
living at homes opened to them
emory before gi:a patronesses and friends. The h
Sat. night.-A ,. will be closed until repairs ari ma
"So Long Letty," at the Garrick.
"O e Girl's Experience," at the
Whi2tt"ey, Sunday, Dec. 16.
* Majestic-Madge Evans in "The
Adventures-of Carol." Also Pathe
* News of the World's Events.
IMon1-i y-M1me. Petrova
* Than Poetry" and
The Rebellion ofn
3 Tues-r8S-Emily Stevens
!e_ (Ret.) and Billy
Orpheum-Emrny Lynn in "The'
Fortune of Silence." Also Comedy
Wnorth-Mary Miles Minter
"Hr Country Calls."
Arcade-Corrine Griffith in
Will Repay," Charlie Chaplin
t e "Adventurer."
Rae-William S. Hart ir
Plairs" Also Winnifred A
tb, "Haunted House."
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n "The *
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LOOKS LIKE NEV
Saves $2.00 or $3.00
FACTORY HAT STOR
617 Packard St., next to the De
Prices: 15 'Cents
Matinees 2, 3:3o. Nights 6:30, 8,
neCollection is Going, Fast
Rae Theatre - Today
VM. S. HART in "The Plai' s"
Also big Triangle feature Winifred
Allen in "The Haunted House"
anning holiday journeys are particu
:d to accept this splendid opportunity.
velours, burellas, tricotines and velvets.
convertible collars that button roughly around the throat;
otched tailored collars.
or self trimmed.
undy, taupe, brown, green and black.
11 warmly lined and interlined, so that good service can be
out the winter.
$25.00 to $110.00 Values at
$12.50 to $55.00
ights: Orch lR Pop.MatsRWed
tra $.50&S2 AR nRI adSat.. 25,
25c tou . DETROIT 0o 1.00
25c to '1,00 ,toS
Lieut. L. J. Williams instructed the
military cadets on drill regulations
at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon in
Hill auditorium. Lieutenant Williams
told the men that the most' important
accomplishment in the training of a
soldier was to fight, and not learning
to drill. He also showed that drill
was a benefit n that it enabled the
men to learn discipline.
Frank E. Quinlan, '19, a member of
the ordnance corps stationed at the
Rock Island arsenal since his grad-
uation from the third army stores
methods course in the University, has
been recently promoted to the rank of
sergeant of ordnance, and transferred
to Newport News, Va.
OLIVER MOROSCO presents
o Long Letty
With Charlotte Creenwood
Prices: Children 20c; Adults 15c
Saturday, Deo. 15
Siin-Mon-: r t-Wm. 5. Hart in "The
Narrow-trail." Also Comedy. Even.
ing, ic. Tax ac-roc.
Tues-W d-i -Pathe's War Picture,
"Tanks." -'Also Comedy. E;vening,
x8c, Tax 2C-20C.
Thurs-Fri-2o.2i-Charles Rav in "The
Son of His Father." Also Keystone
Comedy, "A Hindu HIoodoo."
Sat-22-Williaiu Russell in "Snap Judg-
Mon-24.1,dna Goodrich in "American
Maid." Also Comedy and Weekly
X A D GE E VNi
,h Coat Clearaways
Very Special for Saturday Only
FOR REGULAR $25.00 VALUES
I loose or belted models made of genuine Salt's plush with collars
h softly around the throat.
FOR REGULAR $35.00 VALUES
1 and half belted models with large round or pointed collars of the
) type; and with guaranteed linings.
the Arrival of 300 Pounds of OLIVE DRAB KHAKI
ALL WOOL YARN
From the Fleischer Company
(Needlework Shop-Second Floor)
Pathe Ne'ws of World Events I
Sat-i5-Gladys Hulette in "Crooked Ro-
mance." Also Comedy.
Sun-i6-Mary McAlister in "The Kill
Joy." Also Comedy.
Mon-17-William Russell in "The Sea
Master." Also Wekly and Comedy.
Tules-Wed-i:8-i9-Dickc Rosson ini "A
Case at Law." Also Triangle CQm-
edy, "War and Matrimony."
Thurs-Fri-2o-2Y-Belle Bennett in "The
Fuel of Life." Also Triangle Com-
edy, "An Innocent Vampire."
Sat-22-hammy Lynn in "The Fortune of
Silence." Also Comedy and Travel.
Sun-23-Jack Gardner in "Gift 0' Gab."
Dr. Alfred S. Warthin, director of
the pathological laboratory in the
Medical school, gave the first of a
series of illustratedlectures to the
soldiers at Camp Custer last, night.
Dr. Warthin will lecture there during
the Christmas vacation. Attendance
is obligatory on the part of the; sold-
WhiitneyIs uN D
dinary Coat News from the
Fifty Sample Models from A Reliable
Below Regular Price
venty-five of them are plush and 25 -are
Being salesmen's samples they are natur-
he finest and most perfect models of their
The styles are good, the fabrics depend-
md not one is soiled in the slightest degree.
two days will be allowed for their disposal,.
ny coats remaining after Monday will be
iedtto the factory.
ong them are green and brown broadcloths, full satin lined and trim-
en and navy burellas with stunning military capes agd gray plush
urgundy broadcloth, full satin lined;
en and navy velours;
lue burella with full shirred back and buckle trimmed belt;
eet-root velour with double box pleats and bullet buttons;
ottle-green melton with racoon collar; And forty others, worth
$25.00 to $30.00, at 1-3 Less
Please Tell This News To Your 'Friends
A volunteer hike will be given for
the members of the R. O. T. C. at 1:30
o'clock this afternoon. The time con-
sumed will be counted toward ab-
sences. Lieut. George Mullen requests
as many of the men to turn out as
possible in order to, get the physical
benefits derived from the exercise.
PLACE RAN ON ROWDY DANCES
OF SOLDIERS AT CAMP CUSTER
Battle Creek, Dec. 14.-Soldiers
from Camp Custer are already barred
from two dance halls here in an at-
tempt to put a stop to rowdy dances.
City Attorney Joseph L. Hooper is
at work on a new ordnance for the
control of dance halls and this will
probably result in placing dances on
somewhat the same basis that they
hold in Chillicothe, O., since the es-
tablishment of its national army can-
In the meantime a military police
*man will be present at every dance
held in the city, while a ban has been
placed on two well known party halls.
An ordaer from Major Smalley, of the
military police, states that a guard
stationed at all dances held in the
Auditorium dance hall and Goguac
Lake dance hall will prevent all sol-
diers from entering.
COLLEGIATE ALUMNAE OFER
FIVE FELLOWSHIPS TO WOMEN
Five fellowships for women for the
year 1918-19, available for research
work in Europe and in this country,
are announced by the Collegiate alum-
nae. One fellowship, of $500.00 is open
to apry woman holding a degree in the
College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts, preferably those who have com-
pleted at least two years of graduate
work and have a definite research in
Other fellowships are the Alice
Freeman Palmer Memorial of $1,000.00,
the Julia C. G. Platt Memorial of
$600.00, theLatin-American fellowship
'of $500.00, and the Gamma Phi Beta
Sorority of $500.00.
Magazines - Best club rates at
Wahr's University Bookstore.-Adv.
MATINEE AND NIGHT
C. S. PRIMROSE Presents
A FEARLESS ARRANCEMENT OF A MONSTR4US EVIL IN
Every father, mother, son, daugl
this presentation. It is a lesson t
world for the protection of young gij
girls safe anywhere-you will see i
PRICES: Evening, 25-35-