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"ASH MONT"

TAKE YOUR
Arnatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer
who has an established reputation and you will be assured of
Results that will not be a disappointment.
L Y N D 0 N ' S 719 N. University Ave

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SHEEHAN & CO.

"A

Smart Shape
for the
Young Men"
looking. There is class
never seen a better fitter.

Established 1905, and
Growing bigger and better every day.

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Continued this Week

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No. 990
in-l1ied; long-vamped, clean
written all over it, and we have

115,
Main St,

In All Wanted Leathers
Hoffstetter's
WALK-OVER
SHOP

Se Main St#

FRA TERNITIES
We havelunsurpassed ,accemodations for group photographs

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MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway New York. N.Y

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Perfect Portraitures

"Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.

619 E. Liberty St.

PH O HE 949-W

BEHRINGER & HOFF
" Quality Electric Shop"

ELECTRIC FIXTURES. APPLIANCES AND REPAIRING
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN
ON HOUSE WIRING

Phone 2195

Nickels Arcade

SPRING - SUITI NGS
At Prices that Suit
We give you quality, quantity and service, and we also do
Excellent Cleaning Pressing & Repairing
Ward's Kassy Kut Klothes
F. W. ALLEN, Manager 11S E. Huron Street

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Shirt Sale

THE ADVANCE IN PRICE of Raw Materials has had its effect upon
the Shirt question. The shirts I am offering were bought nearly a year
ago and have recently been opened. Inspect them and see for yourself.

ANNOUNCE COMMITTEES
TO SERVE CAP NIGHT
CAPS AND TOQUES, BEFORE MON-
STER BONFIRE, GO TO
BELGIUM
Local merchants have responded so
liberally to the requests of the gen-
eral chairmen of the Cap night cele-
bration for fire wood that one of the
largest bonfires in the history of the
traditional event may be expected on
next Friday night.
The hungry flames of the pine box
conflagration will not have an oppor-
tunity to spend their pent up fury
sizzling the verdancy out of the fresh
pots as in former years. This year
freshmen as well as sophomores and
upperclassmen, will save their pots
and toques from the fire and toss
them"into a large box set alongside in
order that the headgear may be sent
to Europe to aid war time sufferers.
Arrangements for the program other
than throwing caps into the fire are
approximately the same as in former
years. S. S. Attwood, '18E, and Elmer
Schacht, '18E, are the chairmen in
general charge of the program.
C. M. Sparks, '19E, is chairman of
the arrangement committee and has
appointed R. D. Smith, '19E, and E. E.
Weiman, '19, as his assistants. Class
committeemen are as follows: '19 lits,
B. R. Dooge, J. R. McClintock, R. O.
Rickener, 11. M. Carey, J. H. Emery,
H. C. Whitehorn, N. B. Bartz, J. H.
Broderick, B. G. Pearce, H. R. Louis,
R. B. Dancer; '19 engineers, T. R.
Jeffs, T. Van Deusen, J. R. St. Clair,
D. M. Miller, John Stewart, R. L.
Storrer, William Cruse, G. S. Hodge,
Merritt Bruch, A. O. Beach; '19
pharmics, R. B. Fast, C. G. Fuss, E. L.
Jackson.
These assistants are to report to the
chairman of the arrangement commit-
tee on Friday night at 7 o'clock in the
hollow to aid in the formation of the
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CONTINUE SALE OF SENIOR
LIT INVITATIONS TODAY
The distribution of senior lit invita-
tions will be continued today in the
corridor of University hall, from 1 to
5 o'clock.
Due to the fact that many members
of the class have left the University
there are a few invitations and pro-
grams which still remain unsold and
these will be disposed of at the regu-
lar prices to those desiring them.
Three Alleged German Spys Caught
New York, June 4.-Three alleged
German spys were caught by Ameri-
can secret service agents, charged
with conspiracy to induce members of
the crews of two Norwegian ships to
intercept movements of American
ships. The three prisoners Henry
Deridsi, George Melcher, and Irving
Bonaparth, were held for hearing Wed-
nesday. Derissi and Bonaparth were
held on $25,000 bail and Melcher on
$20,000.
Notables Receive Major Commissions
Washington, June 4.-Robert Bacon,
former American ambassador to Great
Britain, was today commissioned ma-
jor in the quartermaster's department.
Former Secretary of War Henry L.
Stimson was named major in the judge
advocate's department. Frederick L.
Hleiekoper, author and preparedness
advocate, was commissioned major in
the adjutant-general's resere corps.
Albania Now Independent Province
Rome, June 4.-Recognition as an

independent province was accorded to
Albania by a formal proclamation of
the Italian government today. The
government announced that the inde-
pendent government of Albania will
be under Italy's protection.
Villa and Troops Occupy La Cruz
El Paso, Tex., June 4.-La Cruz, a
station near Santa Rosalia, was oc-
cupied today by Villa, at the head of
400 followers. Villa is believed to be
headed for the Guerrero district.
Going canoeing up the river? Make
these trips real enjoyable by equip-
ping your canoe with a portable Vic-
trola and records of the World's Best
Artists. Victrola outfits for sale at
Schaeberle & Son's Music House. 110
S. Main St.-Adv.

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30
Isc Unless Otherwise Specified
Phone 296-M
M on-Tue-4-5-Clara Kimball Young in
"the Easiest Way" (7 parts). 25c.
Wed-6-Anita Stewart in "The Combat"
(ret.) and Comedy.
Thu-7-Valeska Suratt in "She" and
Charlie Chaplin in "The Cure"
(ret. )
NOTICE
To Owners of Panama Hats
To everyone who hal Panama Hats
to be bleached and reblocked, and to
our customers who patronized us when
we were on Huron Street, who may not
know we wish to say that our Factory
and Salesroom is now located on Pack-
ard Street, only two doors from the
corner of Packard and State. We use
no acids in bleaching Panamas and we
handle the finest hats without injury
when we do your hat over it looks
new and you appreciate it.rPrices the
same as last year.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St. Cor. State and Packard
(Next to the Delta)
Our address can always be found in
the Telephone Book the first name
under ".

C. W. GRAHAM, Manager

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NURSES ARE1 GRAMUTE
ROM TRAINING SCHOOL

Order them at once from

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Pop. Mat. Tues. l Wk. June 4
Thr.and Sat. 0 ARR R Nights
25c and Soc DE R T 25c, Sac, 75c
DE 'T R O I T 55 5
TheBONSTELLE COMPANY
in
"The Cinderella Mans"
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DEAN W. B. HINSDALE
COMMENCEMENT
DRESS

DELIVERS
AD-

The Mayer-Schairer Company

112 S. Main Street

$6.00
$4.50
$x.50
$3.00
$2.50
$2.00
$1.50
$1.00

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.... $4.80
.... $3.45
.... $2.60
.... $2.10
. $1.80
.... $1.55
.$1.25

Geo. W. Kyer
721 N. niversity Ave.

Graduation exercises of the nurses
of the Homoeopathic hospital, were
held last night in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. "Women and War," a lec-
ture by Dean. W. B. Hinsdale of the
Homoeopathic Medical school consti-
tuted the main talk of the evening.
Dean Hinsdale impressed upon the
minds of. the graduates the fact that
they were completing their courses at
a time when their services might be
of the utmost importance to the gov-
ernment. He said that although the
men actually fire the shrapnel the
women have an important part to play
in bringing the conflict to a success-
ful close.
In emphasizing the importance of
the part the women must play, the
dean said: "The sinews of war center
in the abdomen. There must be an
uninterrupted supply of wholesome
provisions to furnish, at least 50,000,-
000 meals per day for men who; them-
selves, can do nothing toward produc-
ing their own supplies."
The Rev. G. A. Neuman of the Beth-
lehem Lutheran church pronounced
the invocation; a few introductory re-
marks were made by Prof. D. W.
Meyers, dean of the training school;
Miss Ada Grace Johnson sang several
selections, and the Hon. J. E. Beal,
Regent of the University, presented
the diplomas. A reception and danc-
ing followed.
Government May Change Charges
Dallas, Tex., June 4.-Government
authorities hinted this afternoon
charges of seditious conspiracy against
eight men indicted by the federal
grand juy, and now under arrest in
connection with actions with the
Farmers' and Laborers' Protective as-
sociation, may be changed to charges
of treason. An :offer of one of the
eight to plead guilty was refused by
federal authorities today.
Abandon Summer Military Course
Madison, Wis., June 4.-Plans for a
summer course in military drill at the
University of Wisconsin were prac-
tically abandoned today following con-
firmation by Major C. S. Crain, mili-
tary instructor at the university, of
a United Press dispatch from Chicago
that he was ordered to report to his
regiment.
Four Laws Train at Newport, R. I.
The Daily received a card stating
that L. F. Paisley, '17L; R. Glen Dunn,
'18L; H. E. Johnson, '17L, and L. S.
Moll, '17L, who have entered the naval
service, are now located at the naval
training station, Newport, R. I.
Store your typewriter with 0. D.
Morrill, 322 South State and avoid
danger and breakage. --Adv. 5-6-7-8

Today
2 o'clock-Meeting of alumnae of
Nurses' Training school at 1005 North
University avenue.
4 o'clock-Mr. 11. O. Quinores speaks
to Latin-American club in Lane hall.
8 o'clock-Shakespearean students
present "As You Like It" in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
Tomorrow
4 o'clock-Senior women meet at
Newberry hall for picnic.
U-Notices
There will be an important meeting
and rehearsal of the Varsity band at
7 o'clock tomorrow night in University
Hall. Men must be secured for Com-
mencement at that time.
All engineering band men are re-
quested to turn out for practice this
week in preparation for competitive
drill on Friday.
All engineers are requested to turn
out for drill at 4 o'clock today.
Members of the senior honor guard
will meet at 4:30 o'clock Wednesday
in Waterman gymnasium. Every mem-
ber must be present.
Senior engineers can obtain thei'
commencement invitations in the
rooms of the Engineering society each
morning from 11 to 12 o'clock. Seven
announcement cards are given with
each o der. The committee has on
band an additional 600 of these an-
nouncements and any wishing more
than the seven provided, can obtain
these cards at the price of two for five
cents.

Scores of New Titles
to select fr( -m

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Personal

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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Wuert Theatre
Matinees a 3:3o. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:3o
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Sun-Mon-3-4,-George Beban in "The
Bond Between." Also Triangle
Konmedy.
Tues-3-Margarita Fischer in "Miss
Jackie of the Navy." Also Strand
Comedy and American Travels.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:3o, , 9:3o
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Sun-Mo 1-o-4-B essie Lovein "A Daught-
er of the 'Poor." Also Holmes Trav-
ers.
Tues-5-Norma Talmadge in "The Social
Secretary." Also Keystone Komedy,
"A Scoundrel's Toll." Rebooked.

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RaeTheatre,

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MAJESTIC!
3-7-and-8:30 P. M.

TODAY !

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ROSCOE ARBUCKLE
'in
"Fatty
the
Butcher Boy,"
Also
JOHN BARRYMORE
"Ar You a Mason"
SEE IT AT THE RAE.

SATAN'S

IPRIVATE DOOR

p~resentinlg

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Students in the College of En-
gineering and Architecture who'
have conflicts in their examina-
tions should fill out blanks today
in the secretary's office. No stu-
dents who have already filed such
information should use the new
form.-L. A. Hopkins.

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Mary Charleson
and
Webster Campbell
A PURE GIRL SAVES A
RICH MAN'S SON AND
DAUGHTER FROM RUIN
Mats, 10c; Night, 10e and tae
Girls Asked to Give Up Movies
Women students at Ohio university
are being asked to contribute the price
of one movie a week for ten weeks and
put the money in Red Cross work.

Coming Lvents
June 5-Registration day for United
States army.
June 8-Cap night.
'June 8 --Band concert at bandstand.
June 11--Final examinations com-
mnence.
June 24-Baccalaureate sermon in
Hill auditorium.
June 25-26-Class day exercises.
June 26-27-Alumni days.
June 28-Commencement exercises.
July 1-Patriotic Sunday.
July 2---Summer session commences.
Banker Refuses to Aid Police.
Springfield, Mo., June 4.-"I will go
to jail first." This was the ultimatum
of J. Holland Keet, millionaire banker
and father of Baby Lloyd, kidnapped
last week, and held for $6,000 ransom,
when told that he would be summoned
before the grand jury unless he aided
police in finding the abductors.
Carl E. Guthe Will Go to New Mexico
Carl E. Guthe, '14, who received his
Ph.D. from Harvard this year, has been
visiting his family here over the
week-end. Dr. Guthe akd his wife
are on their way to New Mexico, where
he will assume his duties as. acting
director of the Andover Pecos Archae-
ological expedition.

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All lockers in Waterman gym- *
nasium must be cleaned out by *
Saturday, June 23. All persons *
desiring to use a locker during *
the summer session must secure *
a new locker ticket at the treas- *
urer's office. The charge for *
locker rent for the summer is 50 *
cents. *
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ew York to Keep Football Schedule
New York university is not to can-
1 her football schedule for next fall
less further war development de-

Delta Cafe open Commencement.
week. Table d'hote service. Special
parties by arrangement.-Adv. 30

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