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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Y S
It is by no means presumpt-
uous on our part to say that {
Smart C thes
are the best clothes made:
because we are sincere in our
belief that human minds and
hands cannot design and
tailor better clothes to meet
your needs.
Lindenschmidt, Apfel & Co.
209 S. Main St.
ThesteIn-Bkah Co. 1916
he berbach & Son Co.

Just received another lot of those
Feather Weight Soft Hats
at
$3.50
Tinker & Company
Clothes, Furnishings and Hats
for
Particular Men.
Cor. S. State and William Sts.

COPYRIGHT,1916.

Do This

"Provide
yourself v iil
a smile and an
air of prosper-
ity. Wear
your best bus-
iness suit and
a cheerful
necktie. If
you have no
best suit--buy
one. We have
to appear pro-
sperous, if we
are to be pro-
sperous."

BOREBUTY PROLONGS
Ue S1 SOLDIRS LIVES
Regular Habits, Exercise, and Diet
Permanent Value to
Militiamen

PREDICT RECORD XMAS
TRADE INMIDDLE WEST
of National City Bank of Chicago Says
Wage Increases a Big
Factor

Come In

Good Drugs-Toilet Articles.
Chemicals and Laboratory Supplies.
You know the Quality is Right.

The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E Liberty St.h

SECURES JOBS FOR STUDENTS

Let your interest and ours
be focused upon the coming
holiday season.

MAR QUARDT

CAMPUS TAILOR-
Sx6 R. Williams St.

UI
ALUMNAE HELP MAKE PARTY
OF WOMEN'S LEAGUE SUCCESS
The alumnae must be given a large
part of the credit for the success of
the Women's league party yesterday
afternoon. Two very clever skits were
acted. "A Scream", written by Mar-
ion Stowe, '16, brought forth much
applause; and a meeting of the ad-
ministrative board, which was planned
by Bertha Herbst and at which many
prominent members of the faculty sat
was very realistic.
Between acts, Alice Lloyd, '16, sang
"L'Adieu du Matin" by Pressard and
Wolf's "Gesang Weylas." The enter-
tainment was in charge of Helen Blair,
'16, assisted by Marion Stowe, Nona
Fogerty, Bertha Herbst, Gertrude Fish-
er, Florence Peters, Vivian Baker,
Blanche Washburn, Freda Seigworth,
Esther Betts And Winifred'Shepard.
Dancing and refreshments followed
as usual, apples and doughnuts vieing
with each other for popularity.

Efficiency Bureau of New York Uni-
versity Places Many Men
The efficiency bureau of the New
York University, which was recently
reorganized, placed more than twice
as many students and graduates in
commercial positions during October
as any other similar bureau in the
same period. The number of those
1 placed was 67. During the last year
the bureau has found places for 400
men..
The unprecedented demand for high-i
grade men leaves vacant a score of
positions paying an annual salary of
$5,000. According to Hale H. Hug-
gins, director of the university's ef-
ficiency bureau, there are more such
positions than trained men to fill them.
Mr. Huggins said yesterday that it
was reasonably certain that a student
prepared financially to remain in the
city for five or six weeksrcould obtain
a position which would provide for his
further stay at the university.
Mr. Huggins says that none of the
men placed have been discharged.
Last year the bureau was concerned
only with men of the school of com-
merce. This year it has broadened
its scope and will help members of
the other schools of the university,
including law, engineering, medical,
and pedagogy students, as well as stu-
dents taking a cultural course.
The positions filled so far include
accountants, advertising men, book-
keepers, efficiency engineers, credit
men, bank and brokerage employes,
export and import men, traffic man-
agers, public and private secretaries,
stenographers, teachers, linguists, tu-
tors, law clerks, office managers, gen-
eral clerks, salesmen, and cashiers.

El Pasol, Tex., Dec. 1.-Aout 150,-,
000 years is being added to the aggre-
gate life of the population of the
United States by the Mexican "situa-
tion." Instead of spreading death and
disablement the campaign in Mexico
and the mobilization of the national
guard is adding from a few months
to years to the life of every civilian
soldier, army physicians declare. Sta-
tisticians have figured that the aver-
age added to the life of each guards-
man will be nearly a year.
After four to six months of train-
ing like an athlete, working i'n the
open air, sleeping in a tent'and eating
simple food a hundred thousand
guardsmen will go back to civil life
with a new lease on life.
"Nearly every man on the border
wiu be benefited immeasurably by the
training he is undergoing," said Major
James F. Edwards. "In most cases
the instruction in personal hygiene
and right living will influence the
militiamen for years.
"Even now the difference in the
health of our men can be noticed.
Several months of daily exercise in
the open air and sleeping in a tent
cannot but benefit. It is worth a
dozen vacations rolled into one.
"Most important is the effect of the
army diet. Most civilians eat too
much. Intemperance in eating is
more dangerous than any other form
of intemperance. For four months our
men have been eating the simple pal-
atable army ration. They don't eat
too much and the food value of what
they get is computed scientifically.
This regime with plenty of exercise
cannot fail to add something to the
lives of our citizen soldiers."
GIVES ILLUSTRATED LECTURE
ON TRANSPORTING EXPLOSIVES
Col. James L. Taylor of Bureau of
Explosives, Speaks Mon.
dy)
"Safe Transportation of Explosives,
and Other Dangerous Articles" will
be the subject of an address to be
given by Col. James L. Taylor of the
bureau of explosives, at 8 o'clock Mon-
day night in the lecture room of the
engineering building.
The lecture will be illustrated with
sterioptican slides and will be of spe-
cial interest to students in transporta-
tion problems, chemistry, and engi-
neering.
Colonel Taylor is the lecturer of
the goevrnment bureau, which formed
the rules now followed by railroads
in carrying explosive material. In ad-
dition to the Monday night address,
he will speak to the members of Prof.
H. C. Adams' class in transportation
problems Monday morning.
The bureau of explosives is com-
posed chiefly of United States army
officers and their work has resulted in
a decrease of accidents.
Few Tickets Left for Union Dance
A few tickets may still be obtained
for the regular Union Saturday night
dance. "Ike" Fisher's orchestra will
play.
Chaperones for the dance are: Mr.
and Mrs. Geo-rge B. Rhead, and Mr.
and Mrs. P. O. Okkelberg. The follow-
ing have been chosen to serve on the
committee: Chairman, C. W. Neu-
mann, '18; H. C. L. Jackson, '18, and

Chicago says:
"Wage increases are being
nounced in various industries,

an-
and

during the closing six weeks of the
year it is probable fully 1,000,000 men
will have their pay advanced. This
movement is of remarkable scope, and
reflects the complications that have
resulted from the growing shortage of
labor and the sensational rise in liv-
ing expenses. In some industries
wages have been advanced three or
four times within a year. The pay
of the clerical forces is being read-
justed, something unusual.
"In addition to the full pockets of
the wage earning classes the disburse-
ment of special dividends and bonuses
has also been a factor in enlarging the
supply of money available for Christ-
mas shoppers."
Foreign Loans; Gold Influx
In discussing foreign loans and the
gold supply, the circular says:
"With the new loans of the last
four weeks the total advances by
American bankers to foreign borrow-
ers aggregate nearly $2,000,000,000 for
the European war period. If the re-
purchases of foreign owned American
securities be taken into account, the
total financing represented by the
loans made to foreign borrowers and
the amounts paid for securities shift-
ed to this side will aggregate $3,000,-
000,000. This is a conservative esti-
mate.
"The situation has been made-
more interesting by the continued ar-
rivals of foreign gold. This move-
ment has reached inconvenient di-
mensions, and unless these gold hold-
ings can be impounded in the federal
reserve banks there would seem to
be danger of serious inflation. The
operation is full of interesting possi-
bilities, and it is to be hoped that the
policy advocated by the federal re-
serve board will be carried out. All
this gold will be in demand as soon
as the war ends, and it is of the high-
est importance that it should be treat-
ed as a sort of trust fund for re-
course to, in case of need, later on."
"ALL-CAMPUS MIXER" TODAY
Athletic Department of Women's
League Gives Dances to
Raise Funds
The "all-campus mixer" takes place
at 2:30 this afternoon at Barbour gym-
nasium. Any university student will
be admitted upon payment of 25 cents
at the door. Fisher's orchestra has
been secured to furnish the music for
dancing, and the floor' has been put
into fine condition.
Prof. R. T. Crane and Mrs. Crane,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Raymond will
act as chaperones.
The party was planned by the ath-
letic 'department of the Women's
league in order to raise money for
the fund for the proposed field house
on Palmer field. It is the largest un-
dertaking of the department up to this
time. The affair is to take the place
of the topsy-turvy party that was held
last year.
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
use the Michigan Daily as their adver-

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FITFORPI CLOTHES
- Y OU N G ME
Don 't forget the fact that we are se
ing the best Suits and Overcoats
the city at Live and Let Live Price
Tom Corbe
c 116 E. Liberty
The Young Mens Shop
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Electric Auto Heater--Keeps Your Engine Warm
Costs very little to operate
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
Itits not Right we make it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington St.

At-
in
es.

Chicago, Dec. 1.-In predicting the
holiday trade in the Chicago, territory
this year the National City bank of

REULE,
CONLIN,
FIEGEL
COMPANY
200-202 MAIN ST

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XMAS HOLIDAY
ANNOUNCEMENT
Patrons of ROYAL TAILOR Made-to-Meas-
ure Tailoring should place their orders now for
Xmas:
SU ITS
and
OVERCOATS
of the most exacting tailoring are assured to
every one who honors us with his order.

Dancing classes and private
at the Packard Academy.

lessons
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The Michigan Daily for service.

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CAMPUS

BOOTERY

P. S. "We require 8 days for delivery.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Banjo, professional style
Friedrich make, cost $20.00, will sell
for $12.00 cash. Inquire Mrs. K. M.
Webster, 133 Waverly Ave., S. E.
Grand Rapids, Mich. 2-3-5-6-7-8
FOR SALE-Have you something that
you want to sell? If so, let the Mich-
igan Daily sell it for you through Its
Classified Department
FOR SALE-Microscope and surgical
instruments. 608 Pearl St. Ypsi-
lanti. Phone 89-M. 26-28-29-30-1-2
LOST
LOST-Brown cameo tiger's eye ring,
heavy gold setting. Reward. Re-
turn to Blanche G. Kneeland, 814 S.
University Ave. 28-29-1-2

WA |TED
WANTED-Senior engineer wishes
work to do odd hours at home, also
work for Christmas vacation. Box
E, Michigan Daily. 2
WANTED-Student laundry work by
competent laundress. Call 2446-R
2-3-5
WANTED-At once, three waitresses.
427 Maynard St. Phone 2374. 30-1-2
MISCELLANEOUS
fi TYPEWRITERS of all makes
bought, sold, rented or ex-
changed. Expert repairing,
actory service. Sole agent Under-
wood & Corona. TYPEWRITING,
MIMEOGRAPHING & SUPPLIES.
0. D. BRIOLL, $L22 S. tate St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch). 582-3.

W. S. Riess, '20.

tisiug medium.

.. . .

STRING QUARTET TO PLAY AT
FACULTY CONCERT WEDNESDAY
Prominent on the program of the
next faculty concert will be the Uni-
versity School of Music string quartet;
which is composed of Mr. and Mrs. S.
P. Lockwood, violins, Mr. A. J. Whit-
mire, viola, and Mr. Lee N. Parker,
'cello. The concert will be given Wed-
nesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in
Hill auditorium.
Mrs. George B. Rhead, pianist, will
also appear at this time and Miss Lois
Johnson, soprano, of Detroit, will be
the guest soloist.
The complete program will be an-
nounced later.
Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H.
Wild Company. Leading merchant

Heer Victor Record
NrO. 18168

SALE OF RED CROSS SEALS
- ON INCREASE IN MICHIGAN
Miss Carol Walton of Ann Arbor,
secretary of the Michigan Anti-tuber-
culosis association, reports that many
reorders for Christmas Red Cross seals
are coming into her office.
The city of Kalamazoo sent yester-
day for 130,000 more seals; Berrien
county, 75,000; Bay City, 30,000; Lan-
sing, 30,000.
Ann Arbor is doing its share in the
seal campaign, having procured 420,-
000 of the stickers. The local workers
have turned in more than $100 al-
ready.
Miss Walton's office is on the fourth
floor of the science building.
THREE DA S UN TIL
HICHIGANENSIAN SUBSCRIPTION
CAMPAIGN. SAVE &0 CENTS

Yellow and Blue CollegeDays
Sung by the Peerless Quartette
Phone us your order for ,one

116 8. malt St.
Grinnell Bros. P HONE1 1707

tailors. State street.

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