Calkins Drug Co.
etc mens stores'
city, drop in and see the
324 So. State and 1133 So.University Ave.
For Best Results bring us your Kodak Finishing.
Experienced men (no boys) do your work here.
To Get Your
Sheep Lined Coat
SUITS - OVERCOATS - HATS
CAPS and FURNIS JINGS.
PRINTS $o to So each
WOMEN'S CLUB ASKS FOR
AID FROM STUDENT BODY
Wadhams & Co.
Solicits Skates for Poor Children
They Can Enjoy Municipal
Cor. State and
One's Aesthetic Sense
ii satisfied just as much by clothes with charm,
and graceful lines and harmonious coloring, as
by a painting; perhaps in an even more personal
and intimate way. Stop at the Hutzel Shop some
day and see if it isn't.
Main and Liberty
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The latest development in the of-
forts of the Federated Women's club
of the city for the establishment of
municipal skating rinks is their ap-
peal to University students for aid
to give Ann Arbor's poor children
skates so that it will be possible for
them to enjoy the privileges of the
rinks after they are ready for use.
The city council recently donated
$300 to the women's club to be used
by them' to establish six skating rinks
around. the city, so as to permit the
children to skate without going to the
more dangerous places on the rivers
and ponds of Ann Arbor. It is their
intention to fix up one rink in each
ward besides the skating places al-
The Federated Women's club is now
confronted with the problem of sup-
plying skates to the children of Ann
Arbor who are unable to buy them
themselves. An appeal is being made
to University students to contribute
to the club any ice skates that have.
been discarded, so that it will be pos-
sible to furnish the poor children of
Ann Arbor with the means of enjoy-
ing the municipal rinks.
Contributions can be left at The
Daily office, where they will be given
to the women's club.
INLANDER TO CONTAIN
ARTICLE BY CARSON '17
Will Write on "The Council and Stu-
dent Government" In Issue Ap.
"The Council and Student Govern-
meat" is an exhaustive treatise on
what is said to be one of the most im-
portant factors in' student life. Ralph
M. Carson, '17, member of the student
council, sets forth his views with re-
spect to the functions of the body, and
the means by which it may be bettered,
in an article to appear in the Inlander
A light essay under the title of "Is
It Cold Enough for You?" will appear
in the number, and is singularly ap-
propriate in view of the query which
attends the advent of cold weather.
Considerable space is given to the
review of a publication concerning war
and its causes, which has recently
been issued by the Bureau of Interna-
tional Conciliation. The article is said
to be ably handled and not to be
classed as a book review alone, since it
is devoted in part to expounding the
theories advanced by various prom-
inent writers upon the subject.
The literary,. magazine will appear
for sale on the campus and at the news
stands next Wednesday, and will oon-
tain a wealth of material on subjects
both entertaining and informing in
MODERN BARBER SHOP
332 Sla St.
Learn To Typewrite
J. F. WUERTH CO.
A Particular Place
for Particular People.
And Without Lookbig at
Hamilton Business College
State and William
New Day Light Store
FRANK C, DLICH, Prop,
Electric Auto Heater--Keeps Your Engine Warm
Costs very little to operate
next to Orpheum
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
If its not RIgot we rnake It Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington St.
Your Floral Needs==
Are BEST SA I ISFIED By Us
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
.: FLOWERS FOR DECORATION
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
WE GRIND EYE
IN OUR OWN SHOP
GRAFT ON ARGENTINE CAPITOL I EASTERNERS TO HAVE SPECIAL
HAL EELER JFULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS
FORM F IT
Jorm itCO LLARS
are curve cut to f te siwkers
Perfiecdy.15'en each, 6fir c
CLUETT, PEABODY &COiINC.Vlakers
The American Law Book Co.
27 Cedar Street
Guild to Hold Important Meeting
101 Christmas Gifts are to be found An important meeting for the pur-
at THE PALAIS ROYAL. 9-10 pose of discussing a change in its con-
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place stitution will -be held by the members
611 E. William St. 5tf of the Hobart Guild on Monday, Dec.
1 11. The meeting will be called at 7:30
A bit of a compliment to the folk at o'clock. At 8 o'clock Prof. H. C. Sad-
home, were a giftie of somthing niftie ler of the engineering department will
from the James Foster House of Art. tf speak on "The Navies in the War."
President of Republic to Start Suit;
Against Those Involved
Buenos Aires, Dec. 9.-The ventila-
tion of scandal, as awful or worse,
than the.Pennsylvania state house
scaidal, connected with the construc-
tion of the Argentine national capitol'
today promises to be an early inci-
dent in -lipolito Irigoyen's recently
begun regime as president.
Work on the capitol was started
about 10 years ago. It is nearly, but
not quite done. The original plan
was to spend 6,000,000 pesos, or $2,-
640,000 United States money. In fact,
32,490,220 pesos, or to be exact, $14,-
295,696.80, has gone into the building.
It has been charged in print and prac-
tically proved that, of this sum. about
12,000,000 pesos, or $5,280,000 was
It is understood that President Iri
goyen is getting ready to start civil
and criminal proceedings against the
persons accused of sharing in the
plunder. They are said to include some
big contractors and numerous politic-
ians of great prominence.
The building is a small edition of
the Washington capitol and is popu-
larly known as the "palace of gold"
because it cost so much.
GOVERNOR'S CONFERENCE WILL
STRIVE TO DEFEAT H. C. OF L.
Madison, Dec. 8.-Regulation of
food prices by states to defeat the
"high cost of living" will be the high
light in the discussion at the govern-
or's conference, which will be held at
Washington, D. C., Dec. 14 to 16, it
was announced today by Secretary
Miles Riley of the conference. More
than half of the present governors and
11 governors-elect have assured they
will attend the conference.
Jesse Taylor Dies at 53 Years of Age
Columbus, Dec. 7.--Jesse Taylor, 53,
known throughout the country as a
pioneer good roads advocate, publisher
and banker, and author of "Better
Roads and States," died at his home it
Jamestown, O., today. ,
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.
Train Wil Run as Section #f the
Wolverine Dec. 20
Eastern students will have an op-
portunity to travel home on a special
train. Plans have been made for a
special train to leave Ann Arbor Wed-
needay, Dec. 20, at 3:30 o'clock. The
train will run as a 'second section of
the Wolverine, coupling with that train
at Buffalo, and continuing east on the
The train will be made up of five
day coaches to Buffalo, one through
day coach to Rochester, Syracuse,
Utica and Albany, one chair car to
Buffalo, and Pullmans to New York
City via the New York Central, and
to Philadelphia via the Lehigh Valley.
Party rate tickets and Pullman res-
ervations are now on sale at the Michi-
gan Union for men and at Newberry
hall for women. J. F. Meade, '17E, has
charge of the arrangements and he
urges that all who can contribute mu-
sical entertainment come prepared to
COFFEE from foriegn firms
when there is a
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can be quickly prepared, and without the slightest
trouble, on an
Electric Chafing Dish
This handsome and very convenient table utensil is a
source of both comfort and pride to the housewife.
Just the thing for a hasty lunch or Sunday supper.
Cooks practically any dish you have a desire for
-makes toothsome fudge. No trouble; no alcohol; no
messing. Just attach to a lamp..socket.
Come in and inspect them.
The Detroit Edison Co.
Cor. Main and William Sts. Tel. 2300
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THE UPS AND DOWNS
OF LIFE IN ENGLAND
London, Dec. 9.-Mrs. Chas..
Davis, wife of a coal-miner,
chanced to read of the death
of her brother Lieut.-Col.
Richard Poole, learned she was
his only heir, and collected
$400,000, eight farms, and fif-
Lady Mabel Smith, sister of
Earl Fitz-William, finished a
season's farm work and applied
for a job as laborer for the win-
ter, to release a man for the
COFFEE wholesaler in town?
We can give you a better price and more prompt deliveries.
us with a phone call.
50c Coffee ............................. ........40c
45c Coffee .................................... .35c
40c Coffee .............. ...... ........... .....30c
30c Coffee ................................20c
FOR SALE-Latest model low pitch
Alto Saxaphone, in perfect condition,
complete with case $40.00. Conn
professional trombone $20.00. B.
Ford, 602 Monroe St. 9-10
FOR SALE-One A-1 folding camera
and leather case, as good as new. A
bargain. Phone 2395-R. 10
FOR SALE-Two tickets to Gabreilo-
witch concert. Main floor. Phone
WANTED - Thousands men-women.
$100 month. Government jobs. Va-
cancies constantly: Write immed-
iately for list positions obtainable.
Franklin Institute, Dep't 177-A.
Rochester, N. Y. 10-17
WANTED--If you are in need of any-
thing, The Michigan Daily's Classi-
fled Department can help you get
t' TYPEWRITERS of all makes
bought, sold, rented or ex-
changed. Expert repairing,
factory service. Sole agent Under-
wood & Corona. TYPEWRITING,
MIMEOGRAPHING & SUPPLIES.
4. D. SORRILL, 322 S. State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch). 582-J.
EMPLOYMENT-For two hours each
evening for a student who has had
experience as clothing salesman.
Address W care of Daily. 9-15in
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment at
No. 3 Cutting, for three months,
starting about January 10. Phone
LOST -Ladie's cream colored kid
glove between corner Church and
College St., and high school on Fri-
day evening. Phone 450-M. 10
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JESSIE DICKERN HOSOM,
Teacher of singing in Detroit Institute
of Musical Art, formerly teacher in
University School of Music, 1905-14,
will accept a limited number of pu-
pils Tuesdays and Fridays. Credit
will be given if desired in the Detroit
Institute of Musical Art. Ann Arbor
address 1702 Geddes avenue. Phone
Wholesale prices in large quantities
Michig an Coffee Roasters
111 E. Washington St.
A Great Fox Trot
Victor Record No. 18163
Botanical Journal Club Will Meet
The Botanical journal club will meet
at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in room
173, Natural Science building. Dr. J.
B. Pollock will give a talk on the life
history of bacteria.
Decorations-red, white and green
rafia; also other decorations at spec-
ial prices for churches, stores, and
Kansas City Blue&
MOTHER-Ladies' Home Journal
BROTHER-Saturday Evening Post
SISTER-Woman's Home Comp.
STOFFLET'S NEWS STAND
110 E. Washington wed-eod
Bloomfleld's chocolates in yellow
and blue is certainly the kind for you.
116 S. Main 8s*.
10-17incl Bloomfield's. N. U.