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February 23, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-02-23

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SAT

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Evening Slippers

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of styles. They
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daintily fashioned
ng pointed tamps,
arches and artistic
covered heels.
ailored or Colonial
SAll sizes and
triple A to D.

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. Over Boot Shop.
R. J. Hoffstetter, Prop.
115 S. Main St.

Men's Shop-Woodward at Grand River

AN N OUNCING

THE NEW 1918 SPRING STYLES IN
MEN'S CUSTOM SHIRTINGS
Exclutive Importations in Madras, Silks, Silk
Mixtures-Distinctive Designs and Colorings
EARLY INSPECTION SOLICITED

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ARTICULAR PEOPLEP
de from Pure Pasteurized Cream
ni College Tuition Raised War Department to Send Officer Uiere
Feb. 22.-At the postponed The war department has promised;
meeting of the Alma college to send an officer hero to determine
, it was voted to raise the whether the facilities offered to the
from $40 to $60 a year, be- government by those interested in
f the high prices of everything having a re-educational vocational in-1
and used by the college. The stitution located here, are suitable ford
fee for athletics, etc., was the purpose. The war department did'
I fron $10 to.$7.50 for the year. not set a date for this inspection.
ing at Armory every Saturday Dancing at Armory every Saturday
I to 12.-Adv. night, 9 to 12.-Adv.

MILITARY TRAINING LISTED
FOR 1918 SUMMER SESSION
Course to Extend Over Period of
Seven Weeks; Open Only to
-Juniors and Seniors
Miitary training wil be listed In
the 1918 summer schoo curriculum,
according to a statement issued yes-
terday afternoon.' The course, open
only to juniors and seniors, will em-
brace a period of instruction for sev-
en weeks and will be under the direc-
tion of either Lieut. George C. Mullen,
or Lieut. Losey J. Williams. The as-
sistants who were recommended are
Prof. C. P. Wagner, Mr. H. N. Cole,
Prof. F. R. Finch, Prof. G. L.Jackson,
During the first week tle men will
be instructed in the school of the sol-
dier, which includes, facings and
marchings, manual of arms, and mili-
tary courtesy. The remainder of the
program takes up the duties in the
school of the squad: close order drill,
extended order drill, including load-
ings and firings; instruction by plat-
oon; close order drill, extended order
drill, including problems in fire con-
trol and reconnaissance; and the
school of the company; close order
drill, extended order d.rill, including
combat problems, reconnaissance, fire
direction and fire control.
Forest Products Laboratory Grows
Madison, Feb. 22.--Special war work
at the forest products -laboratory here
has necessitated an addition of 65 em-
ployes to the staff, which formerly
consisted of 35 technical and 50 non-
-technical workers. Fifteen of the new
employees are doing technical work
while the rest are non-technical. The
main part of the new work is testing
wood for airplane construction and
the development of quicker methods
for drying wood. Other phases of the
war work are: Tests of wood for
shipbuilding, specifications for wood
to be used in wheels of army vehicles,
and much experimental work. Mem-
bers of the signal corps of the army
are receiving intensive training in the
laboratory in testing of woods for
airplanes.
Russian Courier Has Peace Proposals
Amsterdam, Feb. 22.-A Russian
courier with the peace proposals of
the Russian government has arrived
in Berlin, according to advices receiv-
ed here. A German semi-official news-
paper says the reopening of nego~ia-
tions with the Russians cannot be ex-
pected for some time.
13A Men Entombed in Porter Mine
Crystal Falls, Mich., Feb. 21.-Of 14
men trapped in the Amasa Porter
mine near here this afternoon when
the surface caved in, only three had
been rescued tonight. Efforts to reach
the entombed men are being made but
little hope is held that they can be
brough out alive.
Work on New Library Stopped
Work on the new Library, wVhich
was taken up when the warm weather
set in, has again been stopped on ac-
count of the cold. Only two men are
now working on the building, as the
weather is too severe to permit the
men to remain outdoors long enough
to accomplish anything.
Cocoa Costs $12 Per Pound in Vienna
Berne, Feb. 22.-The Vienna news-
papers announce that cocoa is now
'being sold in Vienna at $12 a pound.
Russian tea is quoted at $7.50 a pound,
and coffee costs $8 a pound. The war
has brought in a host of coffee substi-
tutes, composed mainly of chicory,
malt, barley and acorns.

Panther Kills French School Girl
Paris, Feb. 22.-A French school
girl was killed by a panther on her
way to school at Laval, recently. The
panther had escaped from a local men-
agerie. It was caught and killed a few
hours later.
Milnesota Defeats Chicago 24 to 15
Minneapolis, Feb. 22.- Minnesota
defeated Chicago 24 to 15 in a west-
er conference basketball game to-
night. Eklund's guarding saved the
.-ame for Minnesota.
Six Million German Women Work
Amsterdam, Feb. 22.-Six million
German wcmen have entered industry
in Germany during the war, according
to official figures quoted by Vorwaerts.

WHAT'S GOING ON
~ TODAY
1:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu literary so-
ciety meets in Alpha Nu rooms, Uni-
versity hall.
3 o'clock-Senior lit social commit-
tee meets at The Michigan Daily office.
7 o'clock=Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
7:30 o'clock - Student Volunteer
band meets at side entrance of Meth-
odist church.
8 o'clock-Interclass track meet in
Waterman gymnasium.
8 o'clock - Patriotic progressive
party at the Congregational church.
TOMORROW
3 o'clock-Community sing at the
Michigan Union.
4 o'clock-Bible class meets at 444
South State street.
6:30 o'clock-Prof. J. F. .Shepard
speaks to Student society of Unitar-
tan church on "Psychological tests."
7 o'clock-Jewish Students' congre-
gation meets in Bible Chair house, 444
South State street.
7:30 o'clock-President J. W. Hoff-
man of Ohio Wesleyan university,
speaks in Methodist church.
8 o'clock-Menorah society meets in
Bible Chair house, 444 South State
street.
U-NOTICES
Dr. C. U. Clark will lecture on
"Fighting Above the Clouds" at 8
o'clock Monday night in Hill auditor-
ium.
The entire east and chorus of
"Let's Go!" will rehearse at 10 o'clock
this morning at the Union, and at 3
o'clock this afternoon at the School
of Music.
Men who sold tickets for the Glee
and Mandolin club concert will re-
turn money and unsold tickets to
room Z160, Natural Science building
from 4:30 to 6 o'clock this afternoon.
SHUTTING DOWN OF MILLS MAY
CAUSE CITY TO U0 BREADLESS

AT THE THEATERS
"Mary's Ankle" at the Garrick.
"A Dangerous Girl," -.at the
Whitney, tomorrow night.
TODAY

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Wuerth-.William Russell in "In
Bad," also comedy and weekly.
Arcade-Viola Dana in "Blue
Jeans."

Majestic-"The Zeppelin's
raid."

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Rae-Belle Bennett in
Fuel of Life," also Triangle
edy.

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"A Dangerous Girl," under the direc-
tion of Edward W. Roland, is the story
of a working girl in a big down town
office. "Dealing with that most inter-
esting subject, woman," says the press
agent, "the play is full of truth, vivid-
ness and life, and is presented by a
company of exceptional merit, togeth-
er with a scenic equipment that leaves
nothing to be desired."
AT THE ARCADE
Today the Arcade will present Viola
Dana in "Blue Jeans." One of the
best known melodramas on the Ameri-
can stage was the play from which
this picture was taken. Viola Dana
as June has one of the best roles of
her career, and the thrilling story of
the little poorhouse girl in blue over-
alls is especially interesting. Clifford
Bruce supports Miss Dana in the play.
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NICKELS
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here for four weeks. The American
Hominy company, in reply to a tele-
gram sent by Mr. Fred Heusel, one of
the leading bakers in the city, reads.
"Have withdrawn from the market on
corn flour and have none to offer."
The American Hominycompanyis
one of the largest corn flour mills in
the middle west.
Cash Basis
Another large mill writes, "For the
reason that we are under restriction
not to open any new accounts and to
reduce gradually those we have, all
transactions will be made on a strictly
cash basis."
In order that the United States can
fulfill her promises to the Allies in re-
gard to the grain situation, Food Ad-
ministrator Hoover yesterday urged
extensive use of home substitutes in
place of wheat flour. Potatoes are be-
ing piled up in such large quantities
all over the country that they are
spoiling on the producers hands.

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not only physically,
in the perfect free-
dom yet fine snug-
ness of the properly
fitted shoes - but
mentally, in the cer-
tainty that RUBY
BOOTS will wear
with a lasting ap-
pearance that means
true value.

Nights: Orch- AD 1 Pop.MatstWed
entra $.5&$2 IU
PalanceHouse DEF' E5 and Sat., 25c
25c to $1.00 DETROIT $1i.00
A. H. Woods offers
~e~aypsAnkle"
Shows at 3. 9 and 8:39 Eastern Time
Isc Unless Otherwise specified.
Sat 23 Viola Dana in "Blue Jeans." ;
Parts. 20c.
Mon.25smly Stcvens in "Daybreak"
anti Drew Comedy. "Why Henry
Lecft Home",
' nes Wed6 Robert Warwick in
''ile Silent. Master" and (Tuoes.)
Pathe News; (Wed) Mutt "eff
Cartoon, "'atent Attorneys."
Wuerth Theatre
- PHONE 16o-J PRICES: I"
Central Standard Time
-MATINEES-2:oo, 3:30
EVENINGS-6:3o, <8o, 9:30
OPEN EVERY DAY
BOOKINGS FOR FEBRUARY
Sat-23-Wni. Russell in "In Badl." Al.
- a Co edy and Weekly.
Sont Ion-24-25-Florence LaBadie in
"Man Without Country." Also Key
stone Comedy, "Afraid to.Be False."
Tues-,ed-26-27-Texas Guinan in "The
Gun1 Woman." Also Triangle Comedy,
-".1 Butler Bust Upa."
h1'lir-Fri-z8 -Mar i-Darrell Foss in "Her
American husband." Also Triangle
Comedy, "Loo Many Husbands" and
" I ord Wee kly.

ARE YOU "SET" PROTOGRAPHICALLY?

yve you the KODAK that you require?
ver before has the demand been so great for photographers.
ver has it been so important that every last man should know
get good pictures, and just at this time when Uncle Sam is
g on the Supplies of Cameras, Lenses, etc., it means that if you
equip yourself NOW you may not be able to later on.
in a better position to help serve your Country by learning all
n about pictures now.
u will find me always willing to help you in whatever way I can.
r line of Kodaks is Complete now with the exceptions of a few
that are entirely off the Market.
A. S. LYNDON, 719 No. Universily Ave.
n Arbor's Representative of Eastman Kodaks and Supplies

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about that famous stage play, "BLUE JEANS" that had a straight run for two years in New
York City when he was one of the boys,-and remember that the possibilities of the screen are
infinitely greater than the old fashioned stage-and therefore that the screen rendition of this great
production to be shown at THE ARCADE to-day is far better than the original, which, like
"The Old Homestead," was one of the most popular plays of its day.
Blue Je.a's,-0 1 na un

THITNEY THEA--TRE
- AT. R. WILLIAMS, Manager
Sunday Night Feb 24

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A Winning Combination

GREATEST OF ALL SMIE.-
AND-TEA PLAYS,.
TILE LIFE-) RAMA OF A
MILUiON GIRLS IN BIG
CuTIES and 5 ALL TOWNS.
A PLAY WITH A REAL
3101A1 LESSON.
PRESENTED HERE BY
TILE ORIGINAL COMPANY
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Read what two of the leading motion picture nagazines say about this feature:
MOTION PICTURE NEWS:
This is a picture of a play thta is always entertaining. It contaius moments of power- and a last-minute
adjustment of happiness that is executed with great skill. Viola Dana as June gives this star a splendid a
chance for the full play of her capabilities. The support, direction and titles are all exceptionally fine.
MOTOGRAPHY:
"Blue Jeans" has returned to spread its thrills an d pathos and story of love over the emotions of picture
fans. As a play twenty years or so ago it went on record as one of the most successful ever 'produced. It has
now reached the screen in one of the most satisfying productions of the day, worthy in every respect to take
its rank among the classics of picturedom. Farces may come, and comedies may go, but melodramas go on
forever, and "Blue Jeans" is undoubtedly one of the best melodramas ever written. It may be said without
parley that this picture does not contain a single dull moment. From the first appearance of Viola Dana as
Ju'he, to the famous sawmill scene at the end, one is vitally interested in the scenes unfolded, and powerless to
resist the picture's,charm. Exhibitors who offer this, feature to their patrons will be conferring a favor upon
them which they will not forget. Viola Dana perform s with a simplicity and charm which endears her 'to
spectators from the start. She is really delightful.

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