t-there Shoes for the
"Live Wire" man
to y N D 0 N 719 N. Vni'serafty
THE ONE PHOTOGRAPHER
Who delivers the Goods and has
been delivering them for 12 years
right here among Michigan Students
fook, or "
Sit Early For Your "MICHIGANENSIAN"
619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. - Mich.
Unsurpassed Accomodations for
"Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
MAIN SrUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.
118 E. Huron St.
118 1. Huron St.
Your Christmas Day Suit, it will
-be Tailor made---,
Tailor-To Measure cloches are for the "It-Looks-good-enough"
They are for you. Mr. Good Dresser, and our assortment of wool-
ens was never better.
Mr. R. D. Mac Nitt
Wishes to Announce
That he has severed all connection with the
Calkins Drug Co. At this time, Mr. Mac Nitt
also wishes to announce the opening of the
Dec. 15, 1916, in the Nickels Arcade. S, State
St., which will have a complete line of EAST-
MAN KODAKS and Films, Cut Flowers, Pot-
ted Plants, Rental Palms, and Table Fountains.
His personal services are now at the com-
mand of his friends and customers at the new
store. Kodak finishing our specialty-8 hour
service. Temporary office for our customers
who have been leaving their films at Calkins-
232 Nickels Arcade, Phone 600.
Advisory Board Appointed to Direct
Sale of Tickets for Enter.
TO ANNOUNCE SUB-COMHITTEES
In preparation for a general cam-
pus .ticket selling . campaign for the
Christmas concert by the University
Glee and Mandolin club, Friday, Dec.
15, an advisory board of 14 men has
been appointed. The members of this
board are: N. H. Ibsen, '18; R. M.
Langley, '1SE; A. V. Livingston, '18E;
J. D. Hibbard, '1SE; J. B. Brill, 'ISE;
G. C. Mack, '18; H. A. Gustin, '18; M.
B. Doty,'8; L. N, 'Scofield, '19L; R.
H. Bennett. '18; A. E. Horne, '18; M.
F. Smallpage, '18; J. Schermerhorn,
'18, and R C. Patterson, '18.
This board will be collectively re-
sponsible for the distribution of tick-
ets and each of the men is individually
responsible for the appointing of two
or three of the chairmen of the ticket
committees, whose names will be an-
nounced tomorrow. A cyclonic cam-
paign of ticket selling is planned and
all corners of the campus will be
According to a new ruling, Glee club
members may not appear before the
public except in connection with the
Glee and Mandolin club, and as there
will be a limited number of concerts
this year, chances to hear such men
as C. B. Sikes, '16, Horace Davis, '17,
and others of musical fame will be
few. The itinerary for the vacation
trip has been finally completed and
will be announced together with the
dates for the performances the first
of next week.
WILSON GIVES CABINET DATA
ON HIGH FOOD PRICE PROBLEM
Washington, Dec. 8.-President Wi-
son thismafternoon laid before his cab-
inet advisers all the information which
important government departments
have collected and given him on the
high prices of food problem. Later
today or tomorrow the president will
confer with Assistant Attorney Gen-
eral Anderson, who was appointed re-
cently to conduct the federal probe
into the food situation.
Anderson is understood to have told
the White House attachees today that
"it won't take long to conclude cer-
tain phases of my probe." Immediate-
ly after his conference with the pres-
ident, Anderson will leave for the
west, probably stopping at Cleveland,
Detroit, and Chicago.
Discussing the connection betwee
the car siortage and high prices, a
high official said today "There are car
sharks as well as loan sharks. Take
a combination of car sharks and coal
speculators and seed Is sown for trou-
New Comedy Club Members Give Play
"As It Might Have Been" is the
title of the unique little skit in which
the new members of the Comedy club
demonstrated their worthiness of be-
ing enrolled in that organization in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall last night.
The play was a burlesque on last
year's production, "The Professor's
Love Story." After the performance
a dance was held in Barbour gymnas-
ium. Prof. J. R. Brumm and Mrs.
Brumm and Mr. and Mrs. Bryson were
Few Tickets Remain for Union Dance
But few tickets for the regular
Union Saturday night dance may still
be obtained at the Union Desk. Prof.
0. W, Boston and Mrs. Boston and
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Scovil will chap-
eron the dance this evening. Those+
serving on the committee are: E. A.
Ward, '17, chairman; F. J. Wurster,
'17, G. A. Reem, '18, B. R. Dooge, '19.
Ike Fisher's orchestra will furnish the
Thur.-7 -Theda Bara in "Romeo and
Juliet"; Chap. 6 of Gloria's Romance"
("hidden Fires") 15c
Fri.-.-Harold Lockwood and May Alli.
son in "Big Tremaine" and Drew
Sat.-9-E. H. Sothern in "The Chattel,"
15c. Children's Matinee- 2 P. M. Baby
Early in "The Sleeping Beauty.'
Mon.-ii. Robert Warwick and Gail
Kane in "The Heart of a Hero," and
Matinees, 2: 0-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
Sat.-9-Win. S. Hart in "The Dawn
Makler." Also Triangle Comedy, Fay
T in "A Calico Vampire."' ve-
Sun.-Mon.-ro-uI Leonore Ulrich in "The
Intrigue" Also Holmes Travels.
Tues.-i2-Douglas Fairbanks in "Man-
hattan Madness." Also Triangle
Comedy, "Bobby Vernon in "Hay-
stacks and Steeples. ' Evening i5e,
do to Hats
u N 11 G i
Wed. & Sat. G RI CK
"jThe Blue Paradise"
nw-It3 0o o:3; 8:oo; 930
Bo RUless Otherwise Specified.
Some shoes, slightly soiled
at reduced prics.
WHA IS GNG ON
1:30 o'clock--Dean Effiager speaks
,fore the Grand Rapids club smoker
2 o'clock-Soph engineer-fresh law
8 o'clock--Freshman spread at Bar-
9 o'clock-Union Saturday night
ChRISTMAS PRESENTS COME IN
A IILY IN FINANCIAL WORLID
New York, Dec. 8.-Christmas pres-
;ents arrived in every quarter of the
financial district this afternoon. Chas.
1H. Jones and company, investment
bankers, announced an employees'
Christmas bonus equal to 50 percent
of annual salaries. The Metropolitan
Trust company declared a 10 percent
bonus for theil' employees.
The Harriman National bank, which
it is reported will declare a 100 per-
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the bead
We clean and rebiock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
PROF, STANEY TO LEADg
ONION SERVICE PROGRM
Obtain School of Music Head to Di-
rect Musical Numbers To-
Prof. Albert A. Stanley, head of the
School of Music, has been obtained to
direct the musical program for the
union church services in Hill audi-
torium Sunday night, when Dr,
Charles E. Jefferson of New York City
will lecture. The University chorus
will sing in Latin, "Agnus Del," by
Dr. Jefferson, who is pastor of the
Broadway tabernacle of New York
City, will speak on "World Workers."
He is here under the auspices of the
Wesleyan guild, which will have
charge of the union services for Anim
Arbor churches tomororw night.
The noted preacher is a graduate
from Boston andOhio Wesleyan Uni-
versities. He is the author of 17
books, among them being "The New
Crusade," "The Old Year and the
Dr. Jefferson spoke in the Methodist
church of this city two years ago, and
he won such great approval that he
was immediately re-engaged for this
year. He only leaves his pulpit four
times a year, so it is necessary to en-
gage him for at least two years ahead.
3I. E. S. to Meet Last of This Semester
.A meeting of the Michigan Engineer-
ing society is being planned for the
third week in January: A number of
papers will be submitted at this time
by members of the faculty and gradu-
ates of the Engineering college. R. D.
Goodrich, '03E, manager of the public
utilities of Ypsilanti, will present a
paper on the "License Law for Engin-
eers;" Prof. A. J. Decker on "Sani-
tary Engineering" and Prof. C. T.
Johnston on "The Procedure Under
GoOd Drainage Legislation."
"~Without a Doubt"
BIGGER and BETTER
C. W. CPA-AM, Mngr.
Than Ever Before
A Sight for the Eyes
Plenty pretty girls songs & dances
Just to laugh and you will
Jim Thompson & Co.
"An Affair of Honor"
ERNIE & ERNIE
Three Feet of Comedy
H OW E & HOW E
Burlesque Mind Readers
In Songs and Dances
SMI~y d "Th "U5G VN
Get One SURE!
GREAT iNt IMER 2'RVESS
With it's great cast, and positively the same company that plays ,he Garrick Theatre, Detroit
l LiLonltinu1ed from nPageTre
A ]1evelatiou in Pboto Plays
its chief building "Colgate I-al" and
to call its athletic arena "lankart__
F'ield," thus recognizing the debt ofI
gratitude imposed by the inefrom Annapolis can be colsidered worthy
Hamilton when they clipped the al- of first place in the ranking for thc,
most flowering bud of Brown's chain-Iseason,
pionship vision from its stem to use As for the "big teams" of recent
for a boutonniere. Colgate's defeat or years-Yale Harvard, Princeton--they
a tie game would have resulted in the barely emerged from the also rans.
bestowal upon the Providence eleven, Coed elevens, even powerful elevens,
by consensus of opinion, of the east- they had, to be sure, but their sole
ern title. Even the beating of Robin- claim to preeminence for 1916 rests
son's men by a close score in a hotly upon the traditions which make mul-
contested game would hardly have dis- titudes eager to see them do battle
lodged them entirely from their com- with each other. It is believed by
fortable seat on the band wagon. many close observers that the former
It took a sound walloping by Col- and fallen member of their coterie,
gate, a display of overwhelming su- 1Pennsylvania, could have beaten any
periority, lo send Brown's temple one of the trio at the season's close
crashing and crumbling and erect a for Folwell's incisive work resulted in
Pittsburg shrine upon its site. the uprearing of a formidable ma-
IChatu Se N~achine.
T~omorrow. . V- ..,e
T:30o'cok ocent dividend to stockholders in Jan-
7:30o clck-Lion ervies nary, announced a dividend to em-.
ann Arbor churches, Hill auditorium. ay none iiedt m
8 o'clock---Prof. enle speaks to ployes of 11 to 16 percent for differ-
e Meniorah society}New berry hall. ent classes of workers. The R. J.
Reynolds tobacco company this after-
noo declared a 5 percent common
r rt:smian '« Confer ThirQld begNree stock dividend.
The Craftsman club will confer the
gird degree for the Golden Rul'e
idge on Saturday, Dec. 16. A busi-O
ess meeting will be held at 7 o'clock T .',FE FO $,W0,00
revious to ritual work. Several im-
ortant questions will be considered Neu re r!rd, -s hnrhlam-o
hich must be decided before Christ- Square Garden passed under the llam-
as vacation. ..n oyster supper wiltlvier of an auction sale today it was
e served. Any member who is on sold to the New York Life Insur-
e tean should notify an officer i ance company for $2,000,000. There
e will be unable to take p cart. were other bidders who wanted to of-,
_______na _ ___ k pa .er but did not because the leases now
'idow of Standard Oil Magnate Dies I lAd on the property were not made
New York, Dec. 8.-Following an clear. Charles Harvey, a well known
eratlon at the Presbyterian hospital, ! promoter, was one of thes'. Tex Rick-!
rs. Mary Warden Harkness. widow ard ,stated this afternoonl he will make
Charles W. Harkness, the Standard a substantial bid for a lease on the
i magnate, died early today. The building, and expects to have a definite
>eration was performed last week a:iswer tomorrow or early next week.
ter a trip by Mrs. Harkness from her IL is positive he can make the fan-
>me at Madison, N. J. The appraisal 1Ers old place pay expenses for the
the estate of Charles W. iHarkness winter. It never has supported itself.
New York alone was made public
ily yesterday, giving it a value of Venus Perfect Pencil--Best in theI
9,319,601. flarkness' will gave Mrs. world, at Wahr's Book Stores.
- -- -You have not shopped
101 Christmas Gifts are to be found Unless you have stopped
THE PALAIS ROYAL. '9-1'CAt the James Foster House of Art. tf
..s~l[Ct. g 'ol I L^_- t ALA fln.
There will be a considerable amount
of sympathy in some quarters for the
contention of West Point that no
eleven of the east deserves to be rated
in advance of the cadets' gridiron ma-
chine. The service teams always and
naturally have a popular appeal, ant
the Army's record, clear of defeats,
calls for ungrudging admiration. It
is hardly to be granted, nevertheless,
that a team scored upon successively
by Washington and Lee, VillanovaI
Notre Dame, Maine, Springfield, and
Come and see our line of
Weir P blises Translation
M. '. Weir, instructor in rhetoric,
has published an excellent translation
of the Greek drama, "Prometheus
:ound1" by Aeschlyus.
A bit of a compliment to the folk at
home, were a giftie of somthing niftie
from the James Foster House of Art. tip
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily,
Urge Probe of Live Stock Industries
Chicago, Dec. 8.-The national con-
ference on markets and farm credits
today adopted a resolution calling
upon congress to conduct a thorough
investigation of the live stock and
meat packing industries, through the
federal trade commission.
Christmas Cards and Booklets
also Cranes Stationery
S. C. Scbleede
1111 S. U.
Phone 1160 R