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1918

Your

NoI

In j
This, the greatest of a]
want in the entire yea3
mnd drastic reductions.
great disposal sale offer
known. All excess wintE
repriced for an immedia
It Will Pay

,

VIAn
V INPRO6RESS'
Ug Far the 'Greatest.
wzary Sale
A. Siegel Co.'s. History
Ul sales known to women shoppers, is the most important
.r, surpassing all others in completeness of assortments A
With the largest part of cold weather yet, to come, this ~
rs to women and girls the most extraordinary values ever
,er merchandise, All broken lines and odd lots have been
tte clearance.
You to Come to This Great Sale
MAIL,
' C0VHERWOOOdWAIWb4STATE ICITED N
k4o rnONWCTION vgTH ANY OTHER'S"Mrg

STATE ST.

An Excelsior Diary
A Handy Desk Calendar
Dozen Letter Files
Ledger, Day Book and Cash Boo
Ink, Paste, Pencils
Pens, Clips, and Files, Etc., Etc.
Get your order filled at
WAHR'S
IiOOKSTORES

[MAI L
ORDERS
SOLICITED!

WeX have a complete stock of
FLASHLIGHTS
and
Flashlight Batteries
SwItzer'sHardware
310 STATE

Il

."

a

1918

91 R

ian army, ready for duty, yet tempor-
arily on furlough to assume other
great national responsibilities.
For the student, the measure of
Dec. 15 solves a great problem. With
a min~d untroubled, he can now give
all of his attention to the work in
hand. And to the minor undergradu-
ate, the measure of Provost Marshal
General Crowder certainly is full of
meaning.
To him, as certainly as though spo-
kcen before a vast assemblage, or as7
though printed for nation-wide cir-
coulation. is the advice:
If your government needs you, she
will call you. And she will not call
you until she considers that your age
and accompanying abilities are of val-
u:: commensurate with the need.
'Therefore, continue the good work
that now engages you. Your govern-
mentt asks you only to wait.

I ~ ONE HOUR AHEAD
'Changing time to eastern for, thy,
university wilfl among oth~r Oriigs
serve the fiunctionfs of elimiuatig the
disagreeable icaiture of havilqg classes
start on the hl f hour, will conserve
heat and light, and provide an ad-
ditional 3 0 iwmutes of daylight fo".
military drill. These reasons alone'
shlould surmount all grumbing which
may arise.
Ea.stern time is a step brought abot
more by the war and its conservation
tfian any other fact and the University
will undoubtedly return to the estab,-
lished time wvhen peace comets.'
Churches ,-,d all sorts of anmuse-
r.ents will of-iiccessity fined th~lmselvrk
compelled to conform to the change
of the clock to hold the faculty and,
student patronage. Even though Anii
IArbor had previously arranged to
((make the shift April 1, the city is ex-I

pected to follow the University lead
shortly to, avoid the comiplications and
busines7 lhanicaps which wil other-
wise prevail -Michigan is too vital
a part of1 A'io Arbor to have two dis-
t!Dct hours within the sane limtits.
Tegovernment gave Kaltschmidt
four years and a fine of $20,000 for his
crimes. It makes use shudder to think
what kultur and the kaiser would have
inflicter? upon an American for equal
crimes in Germany.
One of the German lifebelits recently
picked' ,up by American -eamien had
'Kaiser" mark~ed on on" side, and
"Gott" on the other. 13ill certainly
favors pa;rtrership with the Deity up
to the very end.
Now that we have seer pictures
where a battleship is so cleverly cam-

Slate r's Book
Phone: 430

h 7 L1
336 S.

DESK CAILENDARS
AT

1r

Ouflaged that nothing but the sea is
visible, we can almost go down cel-
lar and see a coal pile.
Stud1ents w+ll now go to c asses on
e stern tim, o the downt~own thea-
t( rs on central time, and to bed mnost.
<.z y timel.
With a shave costing 201 cents in De-
trofit, cutting one's own face oug~ht to
become popular as an indoor sport.

Gilberts
Cranes

a]

Choc

rs' meeting
The great
riner Michi-
I not opened
ung subordi-
dle conver-.

BIG REDUCTION OAN ALL

QUARRY DRL
PRESCRIPTION
Cor. Staite and ,

con-II

Hart

Schaffner

&o

Marx

DETROIT
Between Detroit,

-ion grown, that
-the old colonel,
cer but a veteran
e from his head-
on with the regi-
A 'after listening

SUITS

&

OVERCOATS

AT CLEARANCE PRICES

x 4 n

Manhattan Shirts

Detrcit -Limited and Express Cai
In.. 8:io a. im., and h'ourly to 7:10
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48
eeery two hours to 6:48 a. in.;t
8:48 p. n.
Jackson Express Cars ;ideal sto
A11n Arbor-9 :48 a. ini. and ever
to ;- :438T). Mi.
Local Cars East ,Bound.-, :35
a. i., ; :o5 a. in. and every two ho;
p:. mn. 8:0; p. in.. 9:05 p. in., It
'Co Ypsilanti only, 9 :2o a. in,
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound- 6:o5
a,.in., 10:20 1). in-.12:20 a 111.
We have both the ineingti
the equipment to fpjish
best in banking spr'vi
oThe Ann Arbor Savings

er that your
o finish the
lo, anud then
e. ),our atti-
forget pro-
ork, not for
ir country,
And that is'
tyou want.

All $1.25 Values at
98c
All $1.75 Values at
$1,35
All $2.50 Values at
All $3.50 Values at
$2.85.
All $5.00 Values at

All $1.50 Values at
$1.20
All $2.00 Values at
$1.6
All $3.00 Values at
$2.15

I707 Northji nversity.
I

ten and
Ige stu-
remem-
i or an
s honor
che has
As it
'r they
at col-

All $4.00'and $4.50 Values
$3.15'

" just a

BF-T

All $+6.00 Values at
$4.85

ICE(C
for all

NECKWEAR
All $2.00 Values at . ..........,.......$1.5ALMUFESQ0 F
All $1.50 Values at ... ... ,............$1.00 ALL SOFT AND STIFF HATS 20% OFF
All $1.00 Values at ...... ...... .........75c(incluzding Knox and Stetsons)
All 75c 'Values at...................... 50c

l

'TRUI
218 .MaJ

e andl gone;
are no long-
er vice meth-
upon to fill

BOOKKi

And,

Reue Conlin

&Fiel~gel Co.
Southwest Corner Main and Washington Streets

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