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Christmas hill soon be here

LYNolDON
THE DM1
Who deli,
been deliv
right here a
Kodakas
suipplies

1 ~ 71f9 N. Vwiyerslty
fiesthe Goods and has
'ering them for 12 years
among Michigan Students
Gsaza rte ed
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eprepared. You are better able to reflect the
Airit of the Season if you ate becomingly dressed.
hand-tailored suit, made from one of the hundreds of
-wool fabrics we are showing, cut and fitted to your
dividual measure, will enhance your appearance and
d force to your CHRISTMAS GREETING.
There's someth-ing behind it, when the well-dressed man says,
"Merry Christmas"

Daylight Robbers
Use Red Pepper,

Mat. I QRI KWeek of
Wed. & Sat. U~IIUDec. 4
DETROIT
6"The Blue Paradise"l

H",TS
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JK. MALCOLMN
604 E. Liberty St.
Dreso Suits for Hire

Irts to order

ENIORS
Sit Early For Your -MICHIGANENSIAN"
PICTURE ATE
619 E. Liberty St.
7Ann Arbor, - - Mich.
Perfect Portraitures
f Unsurpassed Accomodations for
Group Photographs..
T 15 l lJ yAmaeurWork Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.
MAIN STUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York, 'N. Y.
YNNET TAXICO.

'Iiio 1Mei Throw~ Fiery Stuff in [Eyes
cif lxilrcss )river and Take Off
With $20,000U in Gold
Los Angeles, Dec. 7. - Throwing
pepper into the eyes of a Wells-Fargo
?river today, two men robbed him of
two sacks of gold believed to con-
tain $20 000. The robbery occurred
near the Pacific Electric building on
a crowded street.
Date this afternoon no trace had
been found of the robbers, and the fact
I, at they fled carrying two heavy
sacha cf -gold makes the police certain
tfat they had an automobile in read-
imess for a well planned get-away.
Herman D. Rosenbloom, the express
d'river. this afternoon stated that he
had jst descended the stairway of the
Pacific Electric buihding, after deliver-
ing a p~ackage, when hie found the twvo
ien it his wagon. After throwing
=pepper in his eyes they hit him in the
ribs with a revolver, ordered him to be
silent, and fled.

'.:. Unless OGiierwt e Sp-ecitietl
Plione v6-M.
Thur.-j -iThe~ia Bara in "Romeo and
Juliet", Chap. 6 of Gloria's Romance"
("Hidden Fires") 15c
Fri.--Harold Lockwood and May Alli-
son in "Big Trematne" and Drew
Corn cdx'.
Sat.-9 E. L Sothern in "The Chattel,"
15c. Children's Matinee- 2 P. M. Baby
Harly in "The Sleeping Beauty."
M'on.-ix. Robert- Warwick and Gail
Katie in "The Heart of a Hero," and
Christie Comedy.;

Sheeii,4.en Co

Some soeslightly soiled
at reducied prices.

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PHONE 2255

Orpheum T heate
Matinees, 2 :OO-'3.: Evening, 6:45, j
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Flri.-$-Blanche Sweet in "The Storm,;"
Also Bray Cartoons.
S'it-g.Wu. S. Bart Inx "The Dawn t
Maker." Also Triangle Comedy, Nay
T-nc'aei in "A Calico Vampire." Eve-
ning iga,
Suin:-Mon-ro~ii Leonore Ulirich in "The;
Intrigue" Also Holmes Tra*vels.
Goodhew Floral Co.
225)~ E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Choice Cyclemens, Bengonias,
Cherry Plants and Primroses.

14OW PLAYING
A Sight for the Eyes
Revue De Vogue
'lenty pretty girls songs & dances
just to laugh and you will
aJim Thompson & Co.
"An Affair of Honor"
ER'NIE & ERNIE
Three Feet of Comedy
Buflesque Mind Readers
Rambler Sisters
In Songs and Dan~ces

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Do You Know
The Student Council
W'hat it is?
How it workts?
What it does?

-1'AEflAl l SND)AY SERVICE I
Dr. Charles E. Jefferson, pastor of
the Broadway tabernacle church of
New York city, who will talk in Hill
aunditorium next Sunday evening to
the combined services of the churches
of Ann Arbor, will be the guest of
'Prof. T. C. Trueblood, of the oratory
department, while in this city.
Doctor Jefferson and Professor True-
blood,. have been friends for a num-
ber of years. 'While Professor True-
blood was teaching in the Ohio Wesley-
an University, Doctor Jefferson was
one of his pupils. Since th at time
the tw o have become intimate friends.
William Jennings Bryan has also'
been closely acquainted with the noted
preacher for some time. Doctor Jef-
ferson is considered one of the most
ardlent advocaters of peace in this
country, he having written a number
-)f books about the subject. 'While
tourN g the country a few years ago.
lecturing on the peace movement, hie
became acquainted with ?dr. Bryan
and the two contracted asleep friend-
ship.

Joe
We ber
ofler~s
the
return
Engagement
of
the
Triumphant
Music al
Comnedy
Success

Book
by
VHt _ vry
Blossom
M u? i
by
Victor
Herbert
Saged
by
Fred A.
L atbam

Novelty Xmas Baskets.

IWith it's great cast, and positively the same company that dlays the Garrick Theatre, Detroit

Read the Christmas
INLANDER
And Find Out!

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Greenhouses--Observatory and
I Volland St. Phone, 170-M. j
i'3 0 t a ill tial ihe chclks illCalifornia
El Centro, Cal., Dec. 7.-Two heavy
cearthq .ake shocks ten minutes apart
odlay sent people scuirrying from
?,ouses arndl othecs in terror. Reports
:'ram the Imperial valley and other
points, indicate that the shocks were
'ar reaching, but no damage was re-
ported. The quakes were each of
.,'gout five seconds duration.
A bit of a compliment to the folk at
home, were a giftie of somthing nif tie
from the James Foster House of Art. tf

Freshman Spread
Given Tomorrolv
Christmas greens will sound the
note of the thirty -s::_'.li annual fresh-
mnan spread, to be given 1i T..rbour
gym Saturday evening, Dec. 9. The
girls of the sophomore class act as
hostesses and the freshmen are the
guests of honior. Each junior girl acts
as the escort of oyie freshman. In the
receiving ling; will be I's. H-utchins,I
Mrs. Beal, and the wives of the deans
of the various colleges. Receiving will
begin at 8 o'clock. but the sophomores
are expected to arrive at 7:30 o'clock
and get their badges..

'The freshman spread is the largest
and most formal affair given for all
tho' university women during the year;
iiowvver, it is hoped that the present
tend m cy toward democracy in social
affairs will be carried out.
Any girls desiring guest tickets may
still obtain them at Mrs. Jordan's of-
ficec.
:~ :rt c~ss i International. Re-
It' Ofl, (:fliU f of the Cosmopolitan
and1r Internaztional Polity clubs, met at
7 o'clock last night in room 203 Uni-
versity hall. Prof. Jesse Reeves spoke
oil "(Ciiarac'teristics of International
T aw;."

Sunday: "The Cossack Whip"
A Revelatiou in P1hoto Plays
CLASS 1NOTICES
P-rof. F. N. Scott will not
m eet his classes today, h aving
;one to C'hcago.

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'_' GOING ON

3:30 o'clock-Soph engineer foot-
II1 practice.
G o'clock - Michigan Daily staff
inner at the Union.
7:30 o'clock--Meeting of the A. I.
E., 'room 348 Engineering build-
lr .
3:15 o'clock--Camp D~avis dance at
le Jnion.
2 o'cock-Sph egineer-fresh law
otball gamze,
9 o'clock---Union Saturday night
ance.
'rpet", at It o'clock this afternoon,
ara h Ca,1,e-cl Angell hall.
Regulairitnionl Saturday night dance
morrow at the Union. Fisher's or-
hestr a will play.
Leave your film at the D~elta. 24
our service.
E. S. Jacobus' Five-Piece Orchestra
r dances, entertainments and con-
arts. 520 N. )if~h Ave. Phone 1.487.

VILLA'S MEN__KILL AMERICAN
Refugees D~escribe Death of M~iner at
Parral Mouth Ago
By Webb MIer
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
El Paso, Dec. 7.-Howard Gray, an'
American employee of the Alvaredo
Mining company, was shot down and
later hanged by Villistas when the
bandits entered Parral a month ago,
according to word brought here to-
day by two mining men. While the
two men were telling their story of
the death of Gray in the office of the
Alvaredo company here, a telegram
from the native foreman of the coin-
pany's niine at Parral reached the of-
fice. The message read :
"Everything safe except Gray. He
is dead."
Mining company officials accepted it
as authentic and as corroborating the
refugees' story. Gray was acting fore-
man of the American owned Alvaredo
properties.
"Gray was at a ranch house a few
miles outside Parral," the refugees
told mining mein here. "He was eating
supper when a band of Villistas sent
to get him approached and rapped on
the door. As he opened the door a
v'olley of shots literally riddled him.
"There w~as still life, so the bandits
took the body, hanged it and muti-
lated it."
IBook E 1liilitioui to Cont isue
The exhibition of rare books in room
219 of the Natural Science building
will continue throughout the week.
Many valuable books are in the col-
lection, some of which have been pre-
sented to the Library by Albert Todd
of Kalamazoo, Mich.
Venus Perfect Pencils-Best in the
world, at Wahr's Book Stores.

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