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TO CLOSE BUILDINGS AS
CONSERATION MEASURE
PRACTICALLY ALL HALLS AND
RECITATION ROOMS TO BE
SHUT AT 6 O'CLOCK
In accordance with steps taken by
the Board of Regents last Thursday to
conserve heat and light at the Univer-
sity to the greatest extent possible,
President Hutchins has authorized the
following communication:
Jan. 19, 1918.
To members of the several faculties,
officials and employees of the Univer-
sity:
In view of the present coal short-
age and of the fact that, notwithstand-
ing reports to the contrary, the Uni-
versity, without the strictest economy,
may before warm weather be seriously
embarrassed for heat and light, and by
virtue of a resolution passed by the
Regents at .their last meeting, it is
directed that, until further order, the
general library be closed Sundays and
that after Jan. 26, 1918, it be closed
evenings, and that, until further no-
tice, beginning Jan. 20, 1918, Univer-
sity hall, the Law building, the Engin-
eering building, the Medical building,
the Chemical building, the Economics
building, the Dental building, the Sci-
ence building, the Museum, and Alum-
ni Memorial hail be closed at 6 o'-
clock.
It is requested that all using build-
ings during the daytime exercise ev-
ery care possible to conserve heat
and light.-
Under this order it will be neces-
sary that meetings ordinarily sched-
uled for the evening be arranged for
some hour before 6 o'clock. It should
also be noted that no campus build-
ings will be open on Sunday.
Respectfully,
H. B. HUTCHINS, President.
E. C. PARDON, Acting Superin-
tendent of Buildings and Grounds.
Under further directions of the
president , the University club will
also be closed evenings. The heating
of West hall is to be discontinued and
all classes now meeting in the build-
ing will be moved to the Science
building. Still further steps in the
conservation of heat and light will
be taken as investigation discloses
the opportunity for further economy.
GERMANS PROTEST AGAINST
VON LUXBURG'S CONFINEMENT
Buenos Aires, Jan. 19-The Argen-
tine government has received a note
from the German government pro-
testing against the confinement of
Count von Luxburg, former German
minister to Argentina, to a hospital,
contending this is a continuation of
his detention.
In reply, the Argentine government
has transmitted to Berlin certificates
of position stating it Is absolutely nec-
essary to keep von Luxburg closely
guarded because of his mental condi-
tion.
Detroit U. of M. Club To Hold Meeting
Bishop Williams will speak on
"France's Need and America's Oppor-
tunity" at the monthly luncheon of the
Detroit University of Michigan club
to be given at 12:45 o'clock Monday
noon, Jan. 21, in the Detroit board of
commerce auditorium. Bishop Wil-
liams will use his recent experiences
on the western front as material for
his talk.
Detroit Automobile Show Opens
Detroit, Jan. 19.-The 17th annual
Detroit automobile show will be open-

ed tonight. The promoters say that
it will be the best exhibition ever
staged here. In the Overland build-
ing, the association has sufficient
space to accomodate all exhibitors
and still leave room for an immense
crowd to move in comparative com-
fort. Previous shows have all been
handicapped by lack of space.
Congress May Create Military Cabinet
New York, Jan. 19.-Senator Cham-
berlain of Oregon speaking before the
Republican club here today said that
on Monday next the senate committee
on military affairs would make a fav-
orable report on the bill for the cre-
ation of a military cabinet to speed up
war production.
Always-Daily Service-Always.

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First Methodist Episcopal Church
The Rev. Frank F. Fitchett, editor
of the Michigan Christian Advocate,
will speak at the services at 10:30 on
the subject, "Made In the Image of
God." Mr. Charles A. Sink will ad-
dress the Young Men's class on "Civic
Responsibility of a College Man."
Young People's meeting at 6:30 will
be addressed by Mr. F. C. Shipman of
Detroit on "The Value of Being a
Christian in Business." Union ser-
Fices at Hill auditorium in the even-
ing.
Bethel A. M. E. Church
Sermon at 10:30 by the Rev. J. A.
Charleston on "Stumbling Blocks."
Class meeting at 11:45 and evening
worship at 7:30 with sermon on "Our
Interpreter."
Broadway M. E. Church
Class meeting at 9:30. Christian e-
deavor at 6 o'clock and evening ser-
vices at 7 o'clock. Sermon by the Rev.
0. F. Winton.
German M. E. Church
No services today on account of the
coal shortage.
Congregational Church
"Will There Be Any Religion Left?"
subject of sermon at 10:30 by the Rev.
Lloyd C. Douglas. Second sermon in
the series, "The Outlook For Relig-
ion." Plymouth Round Table in so-
cial room of the church at 6:30 with
address by Dr. A. R. Crittenden on
"Christians In War Time."
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. M. P. Bourke on"The Sacra-
ment of Matrimony."
St. Andrew's Church
Holy Communion at 7:30. Morning
service with sermon by Dr. Tatlock
at 10:30. Until further notice, the
4:30 Sunday services will be discon-
tinued on account of the fuel short-
age.
Presbyterian Church
Morning service at 10:30. Com-
munion service postponed from last
Sunday, and reception of new mem-
bers. Young People's evening service
at 6:30 with a social half hour begin-
ning at 6 o'clock.
First Baptist Church
and
Church of Christ
Morning services at 10:30 with ser-
mon by the Rev. John Mason Wells
on "John's Revelation of Coming
Events." A service flag will be pre-
sented and letters from the soldiers
will be read at this service. Com-
bined Bible schools at noon and Guild
meeting at 6:30.
Community Chapel
Vesper service at 4 o'clock (central
standard time) with special music and
sermon by the Rev. Harry L. Meyer,
student pastor of the Congregational
church. No evening service.
Second Baptist Church
Sermon at 10:30 by the Rev. John
B. Pharr. Subject, "The Parable of
the Two Debtors." B. Y. P. U. at 6:30
and evening service at 7:30 with ser-
mon on the subject, "God Inviting the
Righteous Home."
Unitarian Church
Morning service at 10:30 with ad-
dress by Prof. C. L. Meader on the
religion of Russia. Dr. James B. Poy-
lock addresses the Student society at

6:30 on "Heredity and Moral Responsi-
bility."
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church
Sermon at 10:15 (central standard
time) by the Rev. H. A. Brauer on the
theme "God's Call. Come and See!"
Evening services omitted.
Trinity English Lutheran Church
Morning worship at 10:30 with ser-
mon by the Rev. Lloyd M. Wallick on
"One Man's Great Day." Vesper ser-
vices at 7:30 with the first of a series
of four addresses on the Old Testa-
ment.prophets, entitled "The Preacher
of Righteousness-A Study of the
Prophet Amos." (Central Standard
Time.)
Zion Lutheran Church
Services in English at 8:30 and in
German at 10:30 (central standard
time). Subject of both sermons,
"Learning To Know the Saviour." No
evening services.

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Salvation army has acted to
re fuel by closing its barracks
during the following hours:
9 2 to 4:15, and 7 to 9:15.
Merchants Patriotic
of the businessmen have beet
to close their stores and plants
tcomplaint. Ann Arbor has
)mparatively little trouble in
the wheels of the new machin-
rking and its business places
ken up the rules without delay.
Coal Arrives
Iditional carload of coal arriv-
,rday morning but it could not
all the citizens who asked for
y of the half-ton lots being dis-
i by the police. There were a+
s left in the afternoon but they
on turned over to eager buy-
[ore may arrive today. Sever-j

al cars are en route to the city but
it is not known just where they are.
Extinguish Street Lights
Street lights were extinguished all
over the city last night with the ex-
ception of the main streets. The Ed-
ison company is acting in accordance
with the wishes of the mayor by cut-
ting down city lighting expenses.

Bethlehem Evangelical Church
No English service. German ser-
vice at 10:45. G. A. Neumann, pastor.
First Church of Christ (Scientist)
Morning service at 10:30 with ser-
mon on subject, "Life." Testimonial
meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday.
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Evening services at 7:30 o'clock
(central standard time) with subject,
"The Hour of the World's Visitation."
Jewish Students' Congregation
Union services at 7:30 in Hill audi-
torium with address by Dr. Leo M.
Franklin on "The Times and Their In-.
terpretation."
Bible Chair House
Bible classes at 9:30 and 4 o'clock.
Morning theme, "The Teachings of
Jesus Christ." Afternoon theme,
'Some Scientific Aspects of the Bible
and Religion."
Meeting of Ministers and Church
Boards
The Rev. 3. M. Wells, president of
the Federated churches of Ann Arbor,
has called a meeting of the pastors
and church boards for 3 o'clocktoday
at the Methodist church on State
street to consider the church regu-
lations recently issued by the fuel
administration.
MAJOR IAN HAY BEITH TO GIVE
WAR LECTURE MONDAY EVENING
Major Ian Hay Beith, author of "The
First Hundred Thousand," will de-
liver his new lecture, "Carrying On,"
at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in Hill
auditorium, under the auspices of the
Collegiate Alumnae association.
Major Beith has been allowed by the
British foreign office to illustrate his
talk with pictures never before shown
in this country. He will devote much
of his time to telling first hand stories
about the American soldiers in France
and the experiences which they en-
counter in their daily life.

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TODAY
3 o'clock-- Mixer at the Michigan
Union.
4 o'clock-Bible class meets at 444
South State street.
7:30 o'clock-Union services in Hill
auditorium.
TOMORROW
8 o'clock-Maj. Ian Hay Beith lec-
tures in Hill auditorium on "Carrying
On."
U.NOTICES
Choral Union ushers are asked to
report at 7:15. o'clock Monday night
in Hill auditorium for the Ian Hay
lecture.
Tryouts for the Mid-West debating
squads will be held at 7 o'clock Tues-
day night, Jan. 22, in room 302 Mason
hall.
Acts II and III of "The Tragedy o(
Nan" will rehearse at 2 and 3 o'clock
respectively Monday afternoon in Uni-
versity Hall.
SUSPEND PEACE NEGOTIATIONS
ON RUSSO-GERMAN WAR FROM T
(By Associated Press)
Jan, 19.-The peace conference pro-
ceedings on the Russo-German war
front have been suspended and the
foreign minister for Russia is said
to have returned to Petrograd. Opin.-
ion seems to be that negolations are
working their way to a final break.
The sticking point remains the con-
tinued declination of the central pow-
ers to withdraw their troops from the
occupied regions of Russia.
'Only one spot on the military map
is showing any activity, the right
flank of the Italian river front.
The latest assault appears in that
sector to have been more successful
than the other recent efforts.

NOTICE-SNOW
Property owners and tenants are
urged and required to clean the snow
from sidewalks in front of their re-
spective places in compliance with the
city ordinances.
Owners of vacant property are no-
tified that walks in front of such prop-
erties must be cleaned from snow or
the penalties provided by the city or-
dinances will be enforced.
A. J. PAUL,
3t Street Commissioner.
Ann Arbor, Jan. 19, 1918.

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