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are assured of a sue-
. war gardens.

executed, one of
istence has been
comes an art. A
of living is as
a man as a lack
Lnd work go hand
be pushed away
r are bound to
fying proportions.
d, are an essent-
ery road to suc-
can be made a
e desired goal-
cans call them
se they have to

CARYA TID

Occupation for idle
vacation-looking over
gles and counting the
clipped jokes.

hours during
your old Gar-
repetitions of

Lde from Old Glory, the nicest
we can imagine is an honor one
he Liberty Loan.
e kaiser is reported to be within
Iles of the battle-front. Even that
prove to be an insufficient start.
.giiim gets a little revenge on Ger-
in the appointment of Eugene
e to supercede Dr. Ernst Kune-
as director of the Cincinnati
hony orchestka.
outside newspaper says that a
taxi driver has been fined for
ing a passenger more than- 25
. The suffering public in Ann
will never believe this.

Water!
A campaign should be conducted
among promoters of white duck uni-
forms for women for a laundry fund,
begs to suggest R. U. Prepared. We
have always supposed that the duck
was a self-laundering proposition.
A music house advertisement ex-
horts us to hear "Just a Baby's Prayer
at Twilight." In our neighborhood we
can't help but hear five or six of them.
They have one record which makes
Nat Goodwin look as lonesome as
Adambefore losing a rib: "My Sweet-
ie," No. 2b11.
Since we're feeling in this malleable
mood, let's have an easy piece for lit-
tle fingers known as the "Maiden's
Lament." \
I cannot sing as I have sang
In glad old days of yore;
The golden doors have on me clang,
And opportunity's o'er.
No house rules held on Monday night,/
Vacation was not through,
And I' got in at half-past ten
When I might have stayed till two.

I W omen II
Miss Alice Evans will be glad to
speak to groups of girls on the sub-
ject of farm work for women this
summer and arrangements for talks
in houses or personal interviews can
be made by calling her at her office
in Barbour gymnasium.
Women wishing to enter the tennis
tournament should sign immediately
at Barbour gymnasium. Drawings will
be made this wek.
All women bond workers must be
present at the meeting at 7 o'clock
tonight in room 101 Economics build-
ing.
Rehearsals for "Amazons" will be
held today from 4 to 6 o'clock in the
parlors of Barbour gymnasium. De
Grival, Tweenwayes, Litterly, and Fit-
ton will report at 4 o'clock; Billy,
Tommy, and Noel will report at 5
o'clock.
Seniors and juniors who wish to
play baseball should report at 3
o'clock this afternoon at Barbour gym-
nasium.
COLONEL FINLEY, '75L, RETIRES
-FRON MILITIA BECAUSE OF AGE

Garden Steps-Cobb..................................
Garden Making-Bailey ..............................
Practical Garden Book-Nunn and Bailey...............
Vegetable Garden-Watts.............................
The Well Considered Garden-King....................
Garden Work-Good .....................
The Garden Month by Month-Sedgwik ..................
The Garden Blue Book-Holland.......................
The Joyous Art of Gardening-Duncan..................
Everymans Garden in Wartime-Selden.................
English Flower Gardens-Robinson .....................
The Practical Flower Garden-Ely.....
Around the Year in the Garden-Rockwell...............
Our Garden Flowers-Keeler...... ...................
A Woman's Hardy Garden-Ely.......................
STREET STE
We Sell
MAZDA LAMPS
Come in and see the 75 watt Blue Lamp

Gives a white light.

Just the thing to stud

I H. L . S W I T Z E R C (Ludy ae
For Parcel Post
The Slater Book Sli

>rrer 25 War Gardens Given Out
More than 25 lots have already been
distributed as war gardens by the
local war gardens committee, and it
it said that there will be more as-
signed before long. Work has already
been started on most of the already
.- assigned lots, and it is hoped that the
plan will meet with even greater suc-
cess than last year.
ub- In addition to this, many people
an. have commenced to cultivate their
us, own land, the number not being
and known. Others also have accepted
ish offers of lands, and'have started work
the without the aid of the war gardens
ed. committee. The lots vary in size.
>dy Some comprise several acres, but thei
most of them are the average city
h1.n

The Unusual Thing
"Hello, old man!" (He's under draft
age). t
"Back again, aren't you?" (He really
looks as if-he were here),
"Well, come on down town." (Who"
would go elsewhere with eleven days
left?) One Who Cares says that it's
twelve and allows that we can't cheat
him out of a full day like that.

Colonel John Park Finley, '74-'75L,
who has been in charge of the militia
at Governor's Island, N. Y., for some
time, will retire for age in April.
Colonel Finley received his degree
of B.S. from M. A. C. in 1873, later
entering the University, where he
studied law. In 1877, he enlisted in
the signal corps, where he was pro-
moted to a second lieutenancy, in
1884.
He was a captain of infantry at
the time he was appointed governor
of Zamboanga in the Phillippines, in
1903. He is accredited with having
disarmed ane partly civilized the
Moros, the most savage inhabitants
of the islands.
Colonel Finley also served in the

Wife Takes Husband's Place in Camp
On the death of her husband,
Robert Tracy Gillmore, '89-'91M, Jan.
10, 1918, Mrs. Emma Wheat Hastings
Gillmore, '90M, requested and re-
ceived an appointment as acting as-
sistant surgeon at Fort Oglethorpe,
Ga. Dr. Gillmore had been in this
branch of the service up to the time
of his death through blood poisoning,
and it was Mrs. Gillmore's wish that
she be permitted to carry on the work
of her deceased husband.
Use the Daily classified columns.

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We have noticed that a surprising mobile army division on the Mexican
number of those who talked of "bring- border during 1914-15.
ing the little old grey car back for
spring" has substituted the little old There is opportunity is Daily w .t
grey suit. xds.-Adv.

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Opeka
aktast Coffee

Thursday, Friday & Saturday
APRIL I8, 19, 20

Liggeti's
'Opeka Tea,

POUND OF
COFFEE FOR 1C

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will buy any article mentioned in this advertisement re-
gar dless of its retail valuc-providing a second article of
the same kind is purchased at our regular price.

200 Tea for
Standard Price
Halt Pound Packet for

le-
50C

Ian's life. They
. backs to the
y to make that
wide financial
quip our sold-

Standard Price
One Pound -

38c

DET9UIT UNITED LINE
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and J
*(ALpil I, 19i8)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-
n.. 8:ro a. n., and hourly to 7:1o.p.
D. Il.
Jackson Express Cars ;local ston-
Ain Arbor)-9:i8 a. In. and every tv
to 7:48 p. M.
Local Cars East Bound--5:35 a.
a. m., 7:o5 a. m. and every two hours
p. m.. 8:os P. M., 9:05 p. M., 1q:5
To Ypsilanti only, r:45 p. m., 12.:0
T :10 a. m., 1:20 a. In. To Saline, c
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:oo a.
a. Tn.,. 1:20 p. M.. 12:20 a. in.
Courteous and satisfac
TRUEATMENT to every cusi
er, whether the account be la
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings B
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,00
Resources .........$4,000,00
Northwest Cor. Main & Hu
707 North University Ave
IF IT'S ANYTHING
PHOTOGRAPHIC, AS
,1 SWAIN
3 East University
ITUTTLE~
means perfection in the se
vice of
LUNCHES and SODAS
TYPEWRITERS
For Sale and-R
TYPE WRITING
, Mimeographing
Fraternity and Social Station
0. D. MORRILL
322 South State Street
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITN
ROOKKFDIMA

This Ssale
Two FPounds

. 39c

You Pay Full Price on the First and get the Second for ONE CENT
TERMS: KASH AND KARRY ONLY

This Sale

51cl

Two Packets for - M c

Rexall
Toilet Goods

Rexall
Remedies and Sundries

irector, seems
,y men and wo-
ry reason it is
tending a Uni-
school every-
n routine. One
tain hour each
lasted just so
was impossible
r doing certain
t rut and stay-
urs were con-

25c Trailing Arbutus Talcum......
.-....... ....... .. ...2 for 26e
$1.00 Ounce Nacre Perfume..,,..,.
-..... ..2 oz. for $1.01
50c Violet Dulce Vanishing Cream..
.........' '.......'.....2 for5 e
50c Violet Dulce Cold Cream......
......2for 51e
40c Riker's Violet Witch Hazel....
...2 for41c
75c New England Toilet Water....
..................... .2 for 76c

50c Harmony Shampoo Liquid....
. ....2for 51c
10c Rexall Tar Shampoo Soap....
. ......... .....2 for Ilc
25c Klenzo Tar Shampoo Soap....
,. , , ,.. ........2 for 26c
10c Rexall Toilet Soap......3 for lie
75c Harmony Skin Cream. , .2 for 76c
25c Pearl Tooth Powder....2 for 26c
25c Nice Deodorant......2 for 26c
25c Rexall Cold Cream......2 for 26e
25c Rexall Tooth Paste.....2 for 26c
25c Baby Talcum..........2 for 26c
35c Shampoo Crystals.......2 for 86c,

25c Flexible Nail Files ......2 for 26c
35c Cascade Linen Writing Paper,
one pound each..........2 for 6c
25c Lord Baltimore Writing Paper
with Envelopes....... ..2 for 26c
25c Red Cedar and Naphthaline
Compound.............2 for 26c
25c Celluloid Tooth Brushes.2 for 26c
Special Travelette Cases....2 for Rei

25c Menthaline Balm.... ..2 for 26c
25c Foot Powder . . .....2 for 26c
25c Foot Bath Tablets......2 for 26c
25c Corn Solvent . ......2 for 26c
$1.00 Celery and Iron Tonic 2 for $1.01
1.00 Beef, Iron and Wine..2 for $1.01
Special-D. 3. Toilet Papers, one
roll, 15c...............2 for 16c

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25c Grippe Pills..........2 for 26c 10c Visiting Cards.........2 for 1'c
50c Kidney Pills.........., for 51c 40c Rubber Gloves...2 pairs for 41c

s a

50c Alma Zada Complexion Powder
.........................2 for 51c
50c Boquet Jeanice Talcum..2 for 51c

10c Size Sulphur and Cream Tar-
tar Lozenges............2 for Ile
$1.00 Syr. Hypophosphites (Clear)
... ... .....2 for $1.01

$1.50 American Beauty Water Bot-
ties.........2 for $1.51
$1.50 Symbol Fountain Syringes...
..................... .2 for $1.51

THREE DAYS ONLY

- APRIL 18, 19, 20

EdsilI's Rexall Drug Store
Main Street Take Your Channe I

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