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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

r chjldren among the
lgium and France con-
ge share of the ship-
ach month by the Ann
ross.
llowed for this purpose
inly to purchase outing-
children's dresses, and
on desires donations of
especially woolen gar-
ake. Mrs. Eugene Gre-
Jniversity ave., will re-
terials that University
fling to contribute.
ients are sent directly,
e general headquarters,
g outside of the regular

PAUL H. DEKRUIF GOES TO JOIN
MEDICAL FORCES IN FRANCE
Capt. Paul H. DeKruif, former as-
sistant professor of bacteriology, has
sailed for France where he will be
engaged in the laboratory section of
the American Medical force in Paris.
Captain DeKruif was the assistant
of Frederick G. Novy, professor of
bacteriology, before he received his
captaincy.
Kaiser's Son Writes War Book
Amsterdam, Feb. 13--Prince Adal-
bert of Prussia, third son of the Ger-
man Emporer, is the author of a new
book entitled "With My Battalion in
the Front Line Trenches." It deals
with his experiences as commander
of German marines on the coast of
Flanders near Zeebrugge.

ALASKA REINDEER MEAT
MAYIPPEARON MARKET
EXPLOITATION ATTEMPTED TO

SCHOOL Of TELEGUH
NOW LOATDINARCADEI

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SAVE SUPPLY OF
BEEF

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New York, Feb. 13.-The exploiting
of reindeer meat, particularly on the
Pacific coast, will be undertaken on a
large scale this season, in the cam-
paign to save beef for shipment
abroad. Alaska will be able to furn-
ish the larger part of the meat re-,
quired by the cities of the Pacific,
coast, it is believed, and efforts are be-
ing made to encourage the Alaskan
reindeer industry, which has grown
enormously the last few years.
Gives Indians Vocation
"The industry has given the Alaskan
Indian a vocation and made many of
them prosperous," says an official bul-
letin. "The total valuation of the herds
in June, 1916, was $2,232,843.
,Until recent years the industry has
been confined to the natives and Lap-
landers. White men have organized a
company at Nome and now have sev-
eral thousand deer. Reindeer fairs are
held annually, as cattle shows are in
the States.",
Mexico Bars Tubercuar Cattle
Mexico City, Feb. 13-The govern-
ment has decided to enforce strictly
measures to prevent the importation
into Mexico from the United States of
tubercular cattle. It is asserted that
the bringing in of diseased cattle from
north of the Rio Grande, where the
American meat inspection service
,makes their slaughter impossible, has
caused epidemics in Mexico.
Lab. Supplies, Coats, Aprons, etc.
etc., kt Wahr's-Adv.

WANDA LUDLOW AND OSCAR'
O'SHEA IN "THE MARRIAGE
QUESTION," AT THE WHITNEY,
SUNDAY, FEB. 17..
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FOUNTAIN GOODS

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"The Man Who Came Back," at *
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tasty and wholesome

"The Marriage Question" at the
Whitney, Sunday, Feb. 17.
TODAY

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Wuerth-Alma Reuben in
Love You".

AFTERNOON CLASS ORGANIZED
FOR STUDENTS JUST E-
ROLLING
The Michigan School of Telegraphy
has opened its offices and class rooms
at 238 Nickels' Arcade for the 30 stu-
dents who have elected the operators'
course now being conducted. Twelve
sets of telegraph instruments have
been installed, and the first class has
been practicing the Morse code for
about a week.
Night and Day Classes
Mr. H. C. Baumgardner, manager of
the local Western Union office, is in
charge of the school. He is assisted
by Mr. George Sweet, an experienced
operator who was manager of the
Western Union for 20 years. A night
class meets from 7:30 to 10 o'clock five
days each week. The enrollment in
this section has been closed because
of the large number twishing to take
the work at this time. A new day
class meeting from 4 to 6 o'clock five
days a week is now being organized.
An instructor will be at the offices
every afternoon this week to take en-
rollments of new students. The tui-
tion fee is $35 for the eight months
course of instruction. The day class
will be limited to 20, and the list will
probably be filled before Sunday.
Nere Instruments Coming
More instruments have been ordered
but the government is securing every
available one, and the school has had
some difficulty in securing the prop-
er sets. Another shipment is expected
soon, however The classes are com-
pletely equipped at present, but with
the added enrollment more sets will
be needed. Two instructors are in
charge of the sessions of each class.
Telegraph operators are at a prem-
ium in the United States army and
other government service, as well as
in the commercial lompanies. The
signal corps will gladly accept grad-
uates of the course here, and they
will probably be given the rank of
sergeant upon enlisting. The Western
Union district commercial superinten-
dent, Mr. E Boning, has expressed
his approval of the school, and the
company is partially supervising the
work.
CITY MAY INSTAlL EXTRA
DRAINS TO FORESTALL FLOOD
In order to safeguard the city from
Pfoods such as those resulting from
Tuesday's thaw, the city drain of-
ficers have put many men to work
thawing out sewers about the city and
preparing for the next thaw. The
need for extra storm drains has been
recognized and the council will pro-
bably take action on the matter at an
early date. No great damage has as
yet been reported. It is believed at
phe drain office that considerable dam-
age would have resulted had not the
temperature lowered late Tuesday
afternoon.
CAPTAIN PULLINGE R RELATES
EXPERIENCES AT THE FRONT
Capt. B. W. Pullinger, of the 46th
battalion, Canadian infantry, related
his experiences on the western front

ARMY OFFICERS' UNIFORMS

RAE Theatre
TODAY
FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN and
BEVERLY BAYNE in

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(Closed Tuesdays by order of U. S.
Fuel Administrator)
Shows at 3. 7 and 8.3o Eastern Time
15c Unless Otherwise Specified.
T'hurrs-;4-Clara Kimball Young in
"aLda" v(Ret.) and Christie Com-
edy, "L~ove and Locksmiths."
Fri-ie-Lois Wilson in "Alimony" and
Christie Comedy.
Sat-i llall Caine's "The Manx-Dan.,"
iraturing Eliza bth Risdon. 8Parts.
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Arcade--Clara Kimball Young
"in "Magda". Christie Comedy,.
"Love and Locksmith".

"THE ADOPTED SON"

in Belgium and France at the monthly
luncheon, given yesterday, by the U.
of M. club of Detroit at the Board of
Commerce.
During his two years of service at
the front, Captain Pullinger partici-
pated in a number of new famous
battles, among them the Somme, Vimy
Ridge, and Ypres.
A C AD E

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WHO IS JUNE?
June is the most wonderful character
in the most wonderful picture in the
history of the screen. Before long we
will ask you to iudge for yourself.
WATCH FOR JUNE!
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DREW COMEDY.
MAJESTIC
T H E A T R E
Starting Monday Matinee
February 18
the cure for the grouch"
MAX BLOOM
-in-
"The Sunnyside
of Broadway"
of 1918

Our' concern was the first to enter the army officers' uniform
business, in the city, with the result that our customers were in
a position to obtain first class Materials, perfect fitting garments
and prompt service.
Like every other detail of men's wear, there are all kinds
of military garments, but we are selling only the best, usingn
only the most reputable materials, and charging reasonable
prices for uniforms far above the average.
* You who will be commissioned as officers in the army, will
find our service so arranged, that after your initial order we
will be able to send you garments any place in the United
States or abroad if necessary.

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G. H. Wild Company

LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS

State Street

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AT THE GARRICK
"The Man Who Came Back", one of
the most interesting and gripping
dramas toivisit Detroit in several
seasons, will remain over at the Gar-
rick during the coming week.
John Fleming Wilson possesses the
peculiar faculty of weaving into his
stories red-blooded life, and heart in-
terest, and in its adaption to the stage
the spirit of the thing has remained
unchanged. Though in one scene the
play is frankly sensational, it is not
gruesome or depressing and there is
a clean cut note of comedy ever pres-
ent.
"The Man Who Came Back" tells
the story of a young man who has been
.brought up in luxury until his father
;finally tires of his idleness and cuts
him adrift without a cent. The boy
is sent to San Francisco where he
meets a cabaret singer, the beautiful
;Marcelle. The net scene takes place
in an opium den in Shanghai where
he again meets Marcelle who has gone
down the ladder, via drink and opium.
The remaining two scenes are devoted
to his regeneration, not one of heorics,
and the play ends happily. Mary Nash
,s very charming in the role of Mar-
celle.
AT THE )VHITNEY
"The Marriage Question', which
comes to the Whitney on Sunday, Feb.
17, is a novelty play that discusses
tbe marriage question from every
tngle. The play is the work of Ralph
Kettering and Lorin Howard.
The production is under the direc-
tion of Rowland and Howard, who will
be remembered as the producers of
"Which, Shall I Marry?", and a
"Daughter of the Sun."
AT THE ARCADE.
"Magda", featuring Clara Kimball
,Young, to be shown at The Arcade to-
Aay, is an adaptation of Herman Su-
dermann's drama. This play had a
successful run at the Rialta theater,
,New York, where the feature was de-
cidedly well received. Edward Kim-
ball, Miss Young's own father, plays
the part of her father.
HENR'Y FORD'S LIBEL SUIT
TO BE TRIED IN DETROIT
Detroit, Feb. 13.-Henry Ford's $1,-
000,000 libel suit against the Chicago
Tribune will be tried in liis own baili-
The Tribune had tried to dismiss the
proceedings in Wayne county because
of alleged improper service of process
upon the defendant, but the petition
was- denied by, Judge Willis S. Per-
kins, of Grand Rapids, in an opinion
filed in the county clerk's office here.
Engineer's Supplies a specialty at
Wahr's University Bookstore.-Adv.

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Best show Max ever had
New Book and Songs
SEATS NOW SELLIN(
WHIT"NEVY
SUNDAY FEB.17th
A play of Springtime and
Love Eternal
THE STORY
OF A SOUL

Nights: Orch l l Pop.MatfWd
Palance ouse and Sat., 25c
25c to $1.00 to $100
SECOND WEEK By RALPH T. KETTERING & LORIN HOWARD
"The Man Who Cagne Back"PRICES 250 to $1.00

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Wuerth Theatre
PHONE 16o-J PRICES: 15c
Central Standard Time
Matinees 3:oo Evenings 7:oo, 8:30
(Closed Tuesdays-Open Mondays)
BOOKINGS FOR FEBRUARY
- hpr-Qri-14-3-Alma Rueben 1w "I
Love Y04?" -
Sat-16--Margarita Fischer in "Molly Go
Get Em." Also Comedy and Weekly.
Sun-Mon-17-18-Chas. Ray in "His
:Mother's Boy." Also Comedy, "A=
Sanitarium Scandal." Evening :18c,
Tues-ig-Closed. -
Wed-2o-J. Barney Sherry in "Evi-
dence." Also -Comedy, "Their In.
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Featuring

MAJESTIC
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Saturday, Feb. 16
Sunday, Feb. 17
"BROWN of
HARVARD"

HAZEL
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$3.00 to $7.00

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LOUISE HINCKLEY
215 East Liberty.
APOLOGIES FOE CU

Adapted from the novel
stage drama
"BROWN OF HARVAI
The.Best College
Story Eter Writte
Prices - 15c, 20c -P

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