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ANNOUNCING
THE
*REOPENING
OF THE
GRILL ROOM

Under Huston House

HOMES TAKEN FOR
SOLIERS'_FAMILIES
The British Government Commandeers
Hotels, Residences, and Public
Buildings for Officers' Wives
OCCUPANTS REQUIRED TO MOVE
By Hal O'Flaherty, United Press Staff
Correspondent.
London, Oct. 14 -(By mail.)-Offic-
ers' wives and families, left in straight-
ened circumstances, are being cared
for in a magnificent manner by the
British government. Private hotels,
boarding houses, residences and public
buildings are being commandeered
daily for occupancy by families of
fighting men.'
The method of securing these places
is causing owners some inconvenience
but in all cases the first complaints
are followed by cheerful acquiescence.
A private hotel in Brunswick Square
which has been the home of three Un-
ited Press correspondents, was taken
over by the government today after
only foyer days notice. Henceforth, it
will be the residence of the families
of nine English army officers.
The lessees of the Brunswick Square
house were actually flabbergasted
when government agents told them to
evacuate with all of their guests, who
were requested that evening to find
new homes within two days. There
was consternation among the femin-
ine guests, two of whom had been re-
cently saddened by the deaths of rela-
tives by German bullets. However,
after the first flurry and when the ob-
ject of the move became clear, the
grumbling ceased. At least fifteen peo-
ple are pounding London's pavements
searching for new homes today, realiz-
ing that they are helping the gov-
ernment provide for those whose need
is great.
To compensate the owners or les-
sees of commandeered buildings, the
government allows a certain portion
of the yearly rent. The furniture and
servants are taken over with the build-
ings, the government becoming active
head of the hotel or residence. The
empire's agents who inspect the pre-
mises to be used by officers' families
are skilled in the work, for they in-
variably take over those containing
'every convenience.
Six months ago, London newspapers
contained scores of advertisements
asking homes for officers' wives. The
little "ads" were pitiful in a way, as
each suggested the picture of a nerv-
ous and fear stricken woman who had
waved farewell to a husband going to
the front, smiling bravely until the
train pulled out and then sobbing her
way to some, strange hotel. Today
these advertisements have practically
disappeared. The official heart of the
government has been touched and
henceforth the men at the front will
know that their families are in good
surroundings.
HGOTIS MADE CITY MANAGER
irst University Graduate in Munici-
pal Administration at Beaufort, S. C.
Harrison Gray Otis, the first candi-
date for the new degree of M. S. in
municipal administration in the Uni-
versity last year, is gaining fame as
the city manager of Beaufort, S. C.
Otis did graduate work last year in
the University, and then spent over a
year in studying the methods of city
managers in Jackson and Cadillac,
Mich., and Dayton and Springfield, O.

In August, 1915, after the dismissal
of the first city manager because of a
political fight of a bitter sort, Mr. Otis
was appointed to the city managership
of Beaufort. The first year under his
management has ended with complete
satisfaction to the city, and not once
has the cry of politics been raised.
Steamship Company Cancels Sailings
New York, Oct. 21.-The Royal Mail
Steam Packet company has cancelled
all its sailings on steamers for an in-
definite period, although it was an-
nounced last week that service would
be resumed between New York and
Spanish ports. It is understood that
the British government again has re-
quisitioned the company's steamships.

MARLEY 2Y IN.
DEVON 2f IN.
ARROWf
COLLARS
15 ots. each, 6 for 90 cts.
CLUETT. PEABODY & CO., INC. MAKERS
"' EWELENS Alarm Clocks
SD sEYFR $1 .00 up
Fountain Pens-
Waterman and Conklin
U. of M. Jewelry
Schlanderer & Seyfried

New Fall Neckwear, Hats
and Underwear

TYPEWRITING
MULTIGRAPHING
MIMEOGRAPHING
Typewriters for sale or rent.

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VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 So. Univ.

There are reasons more
than one why you
should buy a
Society Brand
Suit and Overcoat
You'll be convinced we are
right when you look these
garments over.
J. F. Wuerth Co.
Next t.a Orpheum

Hamilton Business College

Regular Dinner 30c
Short Orders

Good Eats

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Plenty of It

62 Years Old, Kid of Fishing Crew
Scarborough, Oct. 21.-One of the
best fishing crews at work off Scar-
borough is that of the Sussex; seven
men whose combined ages are 478
years. The daddy of them all is 75
and the kid 62.

WE DO

Pun Exempts Man From Army
South Shields, England, Oct. 21.-A
"sanitary" painter, appealing to the
local military tribunal said his duty
was to kill germs, not Germans. He
was granted a month's exemption from
joining the army.

WOMENS' LEAGUE PLANS
YDCTIONAL MEETINGS
Associated Collegiate Alumnae of De-
troit Will Co-operate With
Conference
Plans for the annual women's vo-
cational conference to be held Novem-
ber 23, 24, and 25, under the auspices
of the Women's League were complet-
ed today by Elsa Paul, '17, chairman,
and promise big things for the confer-
ence this year.
The most important announcement
is that the associated collegiate alum-
nae of Detroit, will provide definite
connection with the collegiate bureau
of occupations, 1114 Kresge building.
Mary J. Malcolmson, '12, secretary
of the bureau will be at Barbour gym-
nasium and register personal appli-
cants during the days of the confer-
ence. She will suggest occupations in
interesting lines that are constantly
opening up for college women and
will give special advice as to the train-
ing needed. Candidates for positions
are not confined to college students
alone but include women with exper-
ence.
Mr. Talcott Williams, president of
the American Conference of Teachers
of Journalism in 1913, will be the fea-
ture of the program for November 24.
Dean Arnold of Simmons College
will speak on the general topic of vo-
cations for women. Saturday, Novem-
ber 25, Miss Marshall, field worker for
the state board of health will discuss
the public health movement, hospital
work and sanitation.
As a representative of the Y. W. C.
A., Miss Gertrude Gogin, industrial
secretary of the central field, will be
of great help to girls interested in
this work.
ANILINE DYE FACTORY STARTS
IN BRAZIL; OWNERS UNKNOWN
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Oct. 14.-(By
mail.)-An aniline dye factory has
been established at Juiz de Fora, state
of Minas Geraes. From its initial
work excellent results have been ob-
tained. British representatives are
trying to learn whether it has German
backing. Ostensibly it is of local own-
ership.
Canadian Awarded Wheat Record
Edmonton, Alt., Oct. 21.-C. S. Noble,
pioneer farmer of the Claresholm dis-
trict, today had an official award from
the Alberta government, of the world's
record for raising wheat. His 1,000
acre field averaged 52 bushels to the
acre. This is one bushel higher than
the previous world's record, held in
Polouse county, Washington, in the
United States. The grain, Noble says,
will grade No. 1 hard.
THE EXQUISITE CORSET SHOP
304 South Main Street
Neckwear, hosiery, underwear, and
handkerchiefs. Also the newest crea-
tions in blouses and waists. Special
attention given to corset fitting. 22-24

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THEKE'S A REASON
Whether you subscribe for one magazine or for several, your orders
will have my prompt and careful attention. Last chance clubs with
last chance prices and a special offer to students for the school year.
I will come to you.
.Jxo. P. Sloan, The Magazine Maim
1009 E. Cather Ine St. Pheima 1412-M

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LOST.
LOST-A black patent leather hand-
bag probably at Tappan Hall, con-
taining keys and change. Finder
please return to Muriel Bauman.
Martha Cook building. Call 217. 22
LOST-At flag rush, a gold ring with
a large green set. "Haynes Xmas
15" engraved on inside. $2 reward
if returned to Daily office. 22-24
LOST-Between Gym. and Dental
bldg., 3b pipe on Friday afternoon.
Finder please return to R. H. Burk-
hart, 620 S. State St. 22
LOST-Blue overcoat, taken by mis-
take from Natural Science Bldg.
Reward. Call W. R. Hatfield. Phone
1629-W. 22-24725
LOST-Let the Michigan Daily find
that lost article of yours through
one of its classified advertisements
in this column.
MISCELLANEOUS
A REFINED woman would like to
care for a home during the winter
months. References exchanged.,
Phone 1810-M. 20-21-22

FVA RE. NT

FOR RENT-Suite of rooms; arranged
for two, reasonable, open on bal-
cony. Phone 1038-M. 502 Liberty.
oct.21-22
FOR RENT-Desirable suite one
block from campus. 411 E. Wil-
liam. Call 1856-W. oct.17-23
FOR RENT-Single room. Enquire at
716 Church or Alpha Delta Phi
house. oct.21-27
FOR RENT-Very desirable front
suite, centrally located. Call 811-J.
22-24-25
WANTED
WANTED-One or two students to do
odd jobs for room. One hour a day.
Cash for any extra time. 709 S.
Twelfth St. 22
WANTED-Energetic student to earn
room and board. Must be able to
milk. For particulars call 7121-F21.
oct.21-22
WANTED-Student laundry work by
an experienced and competent Laun-
dry. Phone 1487. 19-20-21-22-24-25

SERVICE

It is our consis ant endeavor to keep a full and entensive
stock of all last-word models throughout the season, but THIS
is the time when the stock is freshest and most fascinating.
This is the time to select your GARMENT.

Women's and Children's Apparel

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Main St. Corner Liberty

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Illinois Suffragists in Convention
Springfield, Ill., Oct. 21.-To ex-
pedite the establishment of full suf-
frage for the already partially en-
franchised women of Illinois, delegates
representing more than two hundred
affiliated organizations met in the
chambers of the state capitol here
today attending the forty-eighth annual
convention of the Illinois Equal Suf-
frage association. Plans for the cam-
paign to get results from the promises
included in every national platform
for the furtherance of suffrage, were
being made today.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. 18-tf
Leave your film at the Delta.
oct3 to 20
Woodward sells Remington Type-
writers. 8-9 A. A. Sav. Bnk. Bldg. Tel.
866-F1.
Davis shoes are easy to wear, but
hard to wear out. Davis, at 119 Main.
oct.20-22,

'RESIDENT REFUSES TO ALTER
DATE SET FOR THANKSGIVING
Long Branch, N. J., Oct. 21.-
Thanksgiving day will be on the last
Thursday in November, as usual,
which means that it will fall on the
last dtay of next month. Although it
was suggested to President Woodrow
Wilson to change the date in view of
the fact that the feast day is coming
so close to Christmas this year, it is
understood that the proclamation
names Nov. 30.
Price of Bread Rises in Cleveland
Cleveland, Oct. 21--Immediately fol-
lowing the sudden rise in wheat prices,
bakers here slapped another cent on
the price of bread. The family loaf
now costs eight cents.
We have already developed our
Rush Pictures and we know they are
great. Lyndon. 719 N. University. 22
"Da-n this tie!" DAVIS cravats
prevent profanity. Davis, at 119 Main.
oct.20-22

Velox prints at Sugden's.

oct3-29

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SALE BY STUDENTS
Selected from Univ. Y. M. C. A. Employ'nt Files
Costs of materials are way up and advancing
An Oblong Banner this years price $3.50 and
A Good Pillow this years price $3.00
The 2 together for $3.35
Phone 823 on Monday and give your address for a student to call
Also on Sale:- Other Pillows, Specially large Pennant, Blankets.
Only limited amt. of goods put out at Sale Prices.

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Our Victor Records
Approva.l Service
Has given the best of satisfaction
To Victrola. Owners
Call us up and learn about it
GrI ell Bros. HONE 1707

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