Root in Liberty
e Freedom In RussIa Than in U. S.
Says Emma Goldman in Wed-
knarchism is the philosophy of a
social ,order based on liberty un-
ricted by man-made law. It ad-
es to the theory that all forms of
ernment' rest on violence, and are
efore wrong and harmful, as well
innecessary." This was the defini-
of anarchism set forth by Miss
na Goldman Wednesday night in
lecture on "Anarchism and Human
There is a law for everything in
erica. In Russia, despite the yoke
he bureaucracy, there is more free-
than in this country. The fact
there is a law for something does
prove that a thing is right or
ng. Laws are inade by the ma-
yclass who know less about what
etter for the minority class than
class knows itself."
propos to the violence accredited to
anarchists, Miss Goldman said,
s violence done by the anarchistsj
ut a drop in the bucket compared
he organized violence created by
government every single day.
h institutions as the militia, the
r, capital punishment, and the like
responsible for more violence than
r can be attributed to anarchism.
rchism repudiates violence--that is
it opposes government."
Iioiores E ntertained at Y. W. C. A.
ew Sophomore girls were enter-
ed yesterday afternoon at a party
n in their honor by the intercol-
ate committee and cabinet of the
V. C. A. A group of sophomores
were here last year, as well as
ral faculty women, we~re invited
neet these new members of the
iomore class, Dancing and garies
'ided enter'ainment for all.
can Efmng'er Seaks at Alma
can Joihn R. Effinger, of the liter-
college, lft Ann Arbor last night
Alma, where he will deliver an
ress at the Alma college chapel
ices, on Dr. James 11. Angell. The
ices will be held at 8:45 o'clock
morning. Dean Effinger will re-
to Ann Arbor Saturday noon.
AT THE THEATER
Orpheum- Blanche Sweet h
"The Storm." Also Bray Ca
Arcade-Harold Lockwood aw
May Allison in "Big Tr
maine." Drew comedy also.
* * * * * .. * * * *
* * playlet, "An Affair of Honor," the plot
* of which is woven around the alleged
S * starvation of one Sergeant Gun, and
* as he avers, "minus the ammunition,"
* is well played and offers an excellent
* chance for some real negro comedy,
thankfully not cluttered with songs.
! Howe and Howe, burlesque comedy
mind-readers, completely mystified the
In *,audience, and left the question "How?
* How?" Their names are well chosen
* for their act.
The Rambler Sisters opened the bill
i * with a pleasing little singing and danc-
e- * ing act.
* 1 IP~IDRP AfAI
feet in height, and thus affords an SENIOR WOMEN hAVE FIRST Poisoner of Honey Jar Home Agaul
ideal substitute for a mast or tower. GATIIERINC AT Y3fNA SIUM I ,iaar Glaizer, local school boy, who
'lran away from home after poisoning
T'onight i.hIg h society" night in Their first informal "at home" was the family honey jar, is home again.
the engineering college, for the Jun- enjoyed by the senior girls yesterday ie was found near Dexter. No pun-
fors foldP a "slide rule shuffle" at the afterinaon in the parlors of Barbour ishnent for his escalade will be ad-
Packard while the Camp Davis "alum- gymnasium. Entertainment consisted mni stred to him.
ni" are doing the "light faritastic" at of cards, sewing, dancing, and music
followed by refreshments.. The next
meeting will be held soon after theMr
Tickets tor the fornmr affair can be Christmas vacation. 'rOL .T. Raleigh Nelson and H. Gil-
obtained at the Technic desk for one bert King. '18, will go to Detroit to-
dollar, while the countersign for ad- You have not shopped morrow to select scenery for the pro-
mission at the latter dance will also Unless you have stoppd duction of the "Magic Carpet," the
he revealed at the desk. At the James Foster House of Art. tf Cosmopolitan club's play.
AT THE WHITNEY.
"The Only Girl," which will be given
at the Whitney theater Saturday. Dec.
9, is the work of Victor Herbert in
conjunction with Henry Blossom.
"The Red Mill" and "Mile. Modiste"
are the work of the same composer,
and the new work is considered to
excell any of his former efforts. The
musical numbers have the old fa-
miliar Herbert lilt and swing.
The Washington Square Players of
New York, who will come to the Whit-
ney theater Tuesday, Dec. 16, will play
in ten cities between New York and
AT THE MAJESTIC.
A trip to the aeronautical exhibit
which takes place in New York during
the week coma-iencing, Feb. 8, is being
planned by the students of the aero-
nautical department. Prof. F. W.
Pawlowski the head of the depart-
ment, has been asked to deliver lec-
tures at the exhibit.
In connection with this trip the men
will visit the plants of eastern aero-
plane manufacturers, and it may be
possible for some of the local . re-
search squad to spend a few days at
the Curtis plant in Buffalo.
The coming aeroplane show will be
held in the Grand Central Palace and
will occupy the same position of im-
portance In the aeronautical world as
the New York automobile show does
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A Store of Individual ops
ONLY 11 MORE SHOPPING DAYS FOR THE STUDENTS
Don't put off your Gift buying until the 21 st, The day you are in a hur-
ry to pack and get away to your home. Do it now, while our stock is complete.
Emerson's law of compensation is in the realm of autos. Formerly the
well exemplified .in the two perform- aero show at Paris was the biggest
ances at the Majestic this week, the and most important one of its kind
bill presented last night entirely mak- in the entire world, but on account
ing up for the lack of appeal of the of the present war the scene of this
first half performance. international event will be transfer-
The bill is headlined by Pepple and
Greenwald's "Revue De Vogue," a red this year to the Grand Central
combination of musical numbers, well Palace.
chosen scenery, and some good danc- T vireless station of the Univer-
in.The costumes are some of the .Tewrls1ttino h invr
handsomest seen on the bills thus far sity will participate tonight in an-
this season, and their songs are new. other practice relay with the stations
Ernie and Ernie were the hit of the in this district of the amateur radio
evening. All jokes of one-legged men league. The local station being a key
not being able to dance, will have to station, receives its messages directly
go into the discard since their appear- from the Great Lakes station at Chi-
ance here. Ernie, one-legged and sup- cago, and then transmits them to 26
ported only by a crutch, gave one of smaller stations in Indiana, Ohio, and
the cleverest exhibitions of dancing Kentucky,
and acrobatics that it would be pos- in line with other improvements an
sible to give. He well deserves the aerial will be attached to the old
name of "the merrie monopede." power house chimney by the student
Jas. Thompson & Co. in their farce operators. The chimney is about 100
K \HOGANY GIFTS
Mahogany Smnoking Stands,
$20)) to $5.00
Ma hgany Nut Bowls, 9 inches
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high with silver anvl, six
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labogaany Nut Bowls with
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3'ahogany Nut Sets, one bowl
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Flower Bowls, glass in black
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Set of Ash Trays and Smoking
F::ne Black and White Cat
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a d Wood Decorated
Book nds, new and classy,
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Cut Flower Basket with hold-
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Decorated Barber ..Cloths
Hanger with Enamel Hook,
Cape Code Fire Lighters, 6 in.
high, brass, up to date, $4.50
B~rass andh adustable Electric
Fancy Cake Covers, $3.00
S O'clock Teas, in Brass, Nickel and
Copper with Alcohol Stoves."
11! per cent Discount Saturday
for the Boys
a~c to $1500
I Nave Made Good
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I sold more suits and overcoats than I ever figured on, lut I still want to
reach those folks who failed to take advantage of my offer so far.
I am here to stay. I have a six-year lease at 118 E. Huron St., and I
want steady, repeated trade. I want to prove to everyone in Ann Arbor and
the surroundings that I am giving the greatest value for $17.00 and up, I
Saturday, December 9th, 1916
One Day Only
Will Give a Pair of Pants FREE
You will always find here-
for You'ng liZen,
AT PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT
BOYS- why pay for the other fellows shoes? If you buy them here you pay
only for your own shoes because we DO NOT extend Credit to you or the
2 l V
N : '
I have the shoes here-on the shelves-you dfj not have to wait for
them. We fit you properly because we know how and have the
We do not guess at it or let you fit yourself and ruin your feet
A suit or overcoat with extra pants of the same cloth for the price of one
And please remember that an extra pants will double the life of your
oarrnent-and you know it.
The pair of pants we give you with each suit is worth and costs $5.00, so
you can figure that you are getting your suit for only $11.50, and a WARD
made-to-measure suit for $11.50 is the greatest value that has ever been given.-
These suits are made to your order, to your taste and satisfaction; built
right here in Ann Arbor for YOU and no one else, made of the finest Amer-
ican and imported woolens, of which we have the greatest selection; so come
in and take advantage of our great offer NOW because you will have to pay
higher prices later.
I have the much 1wanted Cordovans, Cordo-calf and French calf
My Cordovans are made from the finest produced in the world-tanned by
Hahn and Stumff, whose entire output is taken by four of the leading shoe
manufactures in the United States. I consider myself very fortunate in
being able to offer you these at so reasonable a price--as yet only
Here you will get better satisfaction for less money
Ward's Klassy Kut Klothes
i18 E. HURON ST.
1 19 East Liberty Street