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Before paying enormous prices for your
lored Suit or Overcoat or buying One Ready-
le, we ask you to inspect Our Line. Let us
ve we can save you at least $10.00 a Garment.
E. Huron St.
11 8 E. Huron St.
Sit early fir your "Micliganensian"
University Women to Conduct Tag
Day Between 11 and 2 O'clock
Today etween the hours of 11 and
2 o'clock the University Y. W. C. A.
will conduct an Armenian tag day for
the relief of the stricken Armenians
andl Syrians in Turkey. University
women will be in charge of the cam-
pus, while representatives of the dif-
ferent churches are to take care of
the contributions in the town district.
Many churches have aided the move-
ment, while certain individuals are do-
ing their utmost to make this cam-
paign a successful one. The Michi-
gan Union and the University Y. M.
C. A. have offered their services and
are earnestly in sympathy with the
project. Already 13 Armenian stu-
dents have collected $75 among them-
selves for the relief fund.
The plight of /Armenia is a pitiful
one and financial aid is the only means
of restoration. Last Saturday Presi-
dent Wilson designated that particular
day as an Armenian relief day. The
money that was contributed was sent
to the American committee for the
Armenian and Syrian relief, which in
turn had it cabled free of charge to
the stricken quarters in Turkey. An
American collier was placed in the
hands of this committee by the gov-
ernment in order to facilitate and
hurry the transportation of foodstuffs
and clothing to the persecuted Chris-
The cruelty that is being admin-
istered to the Armenians was vividly
related by Zavan Tenaian, '17E, the
other afternoon. He told how his fa-
ther, who was a professor of history
and oriental languages in the Eu-
phrates valley, was taken captive with
other professors and tortured by be-
ing hung up by one hand. Not con-
tent with this, the Turkish officers or-
dered the finger and toe nails of their
victims to be torn out. The brothers
of Tenajian met a similar fate at tie
hands of other Turkish captains. From
the last reports of the American con-
sul, he learned that his mother and
sisters were either killed outright or
sold into the harems of the governors.
Shows at 3:00: 6:30: 8:00; 9:30
ioc Unles Otherwise Specified.
Sat.-28-Nell Shipman in "God's Country
and the Woman"; Charlie Chaplin in
"'Ihe Count" (Ret.) 15c.
Children's Matinee, 4:330; "Fairy's Hal-
loween", "Dream F~airy," "Buster
Gets the Worst of It."
Mon.-Tne.-3o-3r.CLARA K IM BA LL
YOUNG in "THE COMMON LAW."
Wed.-Nov.-i-Prances Nelson and Arthur
Ashley in "The Revolt."
H .E E GHA n'
EVERY STUDENT NECESSITY
DRAW.ING i NME s
Mati-ens, 2:00-3:30: Evening, 6:45,
y : i, t:0.
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619 E. Liberty St.
Ithaca, N Y.
West Point, N. Y.
Princeton, N. J.
Hanover, N. H.
rpasscd accommodations for
LE IIEST MUSICA L
OW OF' filE YE AR
'17; E. J. Roxbury, '17; W. R. Wood-
ivard, '17; S. D. Thomas, '17; H. J.
Ehivell, '17; J. S. Kasberger, '18; G. A.
Reem, '18; D. R. Blakeslee, '18; R. S.
Patterson, '18; W. H. Hogan, '18.
Prominent speakers will be brought
to Ann Arbor this winter to talk to the
members of the club, and any other
Etudents in the business administra-
tion school who may wish to attend.
WHIAT'S GOING ON
10:45 o'clock - Michigan-Syracuse
cross country run starts from Ferry
EARL DEW EY field clubhouse.
LND 12:00 o'clock-Michigan Daily busi-
rAess staff luncheon, Delta cafe.
A EL R GE2:30 o'clock-Michigan vs. Syracuse,
PLENTY GIRLS ferry field.
11_6:15 o'clock-Chess club meeting,
OECIAL NOTICE-2 sRO NS exhibition play by Professor L. C.
lection Night, Nov. 7, Tuesday. Uarpinski, room 173 natural science
etrnas of the presidential and building.
1t sheo reserved. aite - 8:00 o'clock-South African club
tar prices. seats now on sale. banquet, Delta cafe.-
na uire at box of ice for particn- U-Notice.
Big Surprise For Ev erybody Adelphi members who intend to try
out for the mid-west debating team
should get in touch with Speaker
Ralph M. Carson, '17, or the oratorical
C LUB ELC TS1 delegate, Irving S. Toplon, '19L, at
Eonce.The society tryouts will take
- --place in the Adelphi rooms Tuesday
ents of Business Administration evening, Nov. 7.
Made New Members of Or- Those who are'- trying out for as-
ganization sistant manager of the Varsity band
are requested to report at room 328
e Commerce club, an organiza- natural science building directly after
composed of juniors and seniors the game today.
e business administration courses, Craftsmen will hold a meeting at the
Thursday evening and elected the Masomi temple at 7:30 o'clock to-
wing 13 men to membership for Mght.
Leo Dalton, '17; E. C. Gordon, 'Phone 600 for signs and show cards.
J. E. Perry, '17; C. E. Maloney, oct3 to 29
,ondon Minneapolis Chicago Milwaukee Detroit
Wool Hose a.e very good this season.
Liberty at 606.
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GARGOYLE MAKES APPEARANCE
Two Editions of Humorous Magazine
Exhausted Friday; Extra
With a number of clever drawings,
including a double page by Harry
Leach, '17, on "The Eternal Fresh-
man," and some decidedly snappy
stories, The Gargoyle made its appear-
ance on the campus yesterday. The
first edition was put on sale at 12
o'clock and by 1 o'clock all copies had
been sold. A second edition was put
on sale at the book stores at 3 o'clock
and the demand for more copies soon
began coming in at the Gargoyle of-
Due to the extra demand for the
magazine, The Gargoyle then printed
a third extra edition of 500 copies and
this will be put on sale today, in the
morning and the rnoon, until the
time of the Michi -Syracuse foot-
ball game. If this special edition
meets with as much favor as did the
other, 2,500 copies will be printed for
the Michigan-Pennsy game number,
which will be issued the day before
This year marks a large increase in
the Gargoyle circulation list, 2,000
copies being printed for this issue.
This sum is 500 more than ever was
put on sale before.
JUNIOR LAWS ELECT OFFICERS
A. P. Bogue Chosen President; Li. S.
Hecht Made Vice-President
Junior laws elected officers yester-
day. The results were as follows:
President, A. P. Bogue: vice-president,
L. S. Hecht; secretary, J. M. Sea-
bright; treasurer, J. H. Cartwright;
oratorical delegate, D. A. Graham;
football manager, E. J. Gorman; base-
ball managsr, J. M. Erwin; track man-
ager, J. E. Ryan; basketball manager,
J. W. Thomas.
Sat.-28-1l 13 Warner in "Shell 43" Also
ITriangle Comedy, De Wolf Hopper in
"Puppets." Eve. 15C.
Sun:-Mon.-29-3oLu Tellegen in "The
Victory of Concience." Also Iotes
Tues-3-Wilfred Lucas and Bessie Love
in "Hell-to-Pay Austin." Also Tri-
angle Comedy, Star Keystoners in
'Tne Winning Punch." Eve. ie.
do to Hats
We make hats°
We sell hats at retail
We carry a ig stock
We have the latest a1l the time
We shape lats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
will. TRYTO ROUSE
INTEREST IN HAMI
Dr. Paul W. Harrison's Visit in Ann
Arbor Chiefly for Medical
Dr. Paul W. Harrison, the American
who has been doing great work in
Arabia, will be in Ann Arbor for
three days for the purpose of address-
ing students in an effort to get them
interested in his work. Today and
Monday Mr. Harrison will visit the
various campus medical societies and
fraternities, while on Sunday he will
speak before several gatherings.
Sunday, at noon, Doctor Harrison
will speak to the young men's class at
the Presbyterian church. He will
speak in public before two other gath-
erings Sunday, one at Newberry hall
at 4 o'clock, for students especially
interested in the work, the other at
the Methodist church at 7:30 o'clock.
Doctor Harrison returned to Ameri-
can several months ago to take a rest
after his strenuous labors in the so-
cial service field among the Arabians.
There is probably no other living
American who has had as varied a lot
of experiences in far off Arabia as
Mr. Harrison, and he comes fresh from
his work to relate some of the inter-
esting phases of his life among the
Arabians. His purpose will be mainly
to arouse interest in the Arabian liv-
ing conditions among students of the
INTERESTING EXHIBIT TO BE
SHOWN IN CASES IN LIBRARY
Beginning today there will be shown
in the exhibition cases of the Library
an interesting and valuable number
of patents of nobility, edicts and papal
bulls, and manuscripts of various au-
thors. The exhits, some of them dat-
ing back to the fifteenth century, are
the property of Dr. B. F. Riese, of
Call 600 for expert typewriting.
FORSEES NO SEROS
TROUBLE WITH JPN
Judge E. It. Gary of U..S. Steel Cor-
poration Gives View of Pres-
St. Louis, Oct. 27.-"There is not
now, and need never be, any trouble
between Japan and the United States
worth going to war over," Judge El-
bert H. Gary, chairman of the board
of directors of the United States Steel
corporation, who has just returned
from a tour of the orient, declared to-
day at the semi-annual meeting of the
American Iron and Steel institute.
"I told the Japanese the American
neople did not want, and would stub-
bornly oppose, war with Japan except
in self-defense. The controlling men
of Japan, judging from the statements
made to me, are, anxious for continu-
ing peace with the United States. The
Japanese realize that the geographical
location of the two countries should
make them practically allies, though
Purpose of Organization Is Study of
E F F VT
iblcan Noniec Again Attacks
Bfaker iLl, Address a4t
By Percy Arnold
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
ica, N. Y., Oct. 27.-"A vote for
mo a vote for lasting peace," Re-
publican Nominee Charles E. Hughes
dey T~.r to an audience of 2,000 in
Lrmberg theater here this afternoon:
lie again attacked Secretary of War
"It is said that criticism of the ad-
ministration in this matter indicates a
desire for war," he declared. "It is
said that the alternative of the policy.
of the administration is the policy of
war. It is said that a vote for me
is a vote for war-what a preposterous
"A vote for ne is a vote for lasting
peace lecause it is a vote for main-
aming the honor of the country, for
ainltainir both our self-respect and
the esteem of all nations of the earth.
it peley to suppose we can be
cnt out of war, unless we have the
reect of all other nations? Unless
imrpress them with the firmness of
)ur national character, we shall not
be in a poition to secure the favor-
a ,le peace we desire."
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The recently organized University a1,1I" 0I1)VLIYS
Advertising club will hereafter be NEWBERRY ION)AY
known as the Tryads. The name was Garbed in sheets and pillowcases,
selected by the club at its meeting in with their alluring eyes hidden be-
the old engineering building Wednes- hind msks, the Michigan Dames will
day night. dance the dance of goblins and witches
This organization has for its pur- at their Hallowe'en party to be given
pose the study of advertising. The in honor of the husbands of Dames at
constitution which was formally Newberry hall, at 7:30 o'clock Mon-
adopted at the meeting provides for day evening. All university women
a program committee to arrange for and their husbands are cordially in-
outside speakers and papers by mem- vited to the party, whether or not they
bers on subjects of value to anyone are affiliated with the Dames.
interested in the subject. This event is the first in a series
In its first meetings the club plans of social events planned by the or-
to investigate the workings of modern ganization and the co-operation of all
advertising departments and agencies Michigan Dames is heartily en-
in order to familiarize members with couraged.
the first principles of the profession.- - ----
As soon as this is accomplished, out- PASTOR INDIORSES PRESIDENT
side speakers will be brought in to WILSON AS BEST CANDIDATE
address the club along advertising St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 27.-The Rev.
lines. Several have already declared Dr. John H. Mellish, of the Church
their willingness to come to Ann Ar- of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
bor and no difficulty is anticipated in issued a signed statement tonight say-
filling the program. ing that he is for President Wilson's
K. S. Keyes, '17, spoke Wednesday re-election. It follows:
night on the workings of an advertis- "I am for the re-election of Presi-
ing department. The departments of dent Wilson. He has kept us out of
the Parkard Motor company, the Bur- a second Boer war in Mexico. He has
roughs Adding Machine company, and maintained our neutrality in the world
the Cream of Wheat company received conflict and at the same time has up-
special notice. Following the address held international law. His sober sec-
members discussed the subject in- end thought regarding Europe both
formally. Next Wednesday night G. sides of the conflict indorse. He is
L. Kesler, '17, will explain the work- regarded as a great leadertand a friend
ing of an advertising agency and on to whom the nation can turn in time
the following Wednesday night Rus- of need. Also President Wilson has
sell Barnes, '20, will talk on news- given us a financial system which for
paper advertising. the first time in our history makes us
The membership list of the club is a stronghold of consolidated money."
still open and University men inter-
ested in advertising should call G.3. See Scebr- Son, 110 South
Kesler at phone 33, or K. S. Keyes at Main street for Ukeleles, Martin Gui-
phone 1612, immediately -' ti oct3tf
S P E*CI AL I
ONE WEEK ONLY
All 25c Goods Now
STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
11 11 So. University
Opposite Eng, Arch,
Velox prints at Sugden's.
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