Calkins Drug Co. Two Stores
324 So. State and 1123 So.University Ave.
For Best Results bring us your Kodak Finishing.
Experienced men (no boys) do your work here.
PRINTS 8o to So each
- -. UMb.DhOh C..flr
Suits, Tuxedo Coats, in
Also Silk and Opera Hats
WOMEN'S LEAGUE HELPS
CHRISTMAS WAR RELIEF
University Women to Send 100 Comfort
Bags to Soldiers in
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL &
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Good Drugs-Toilet Articles
Chemicals and Laboratory Supplies.
You know the Quality is Right.
The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E. Liberty St.
One hundred comfort bags to be sent
to the soldiers for Christmas are being
prepared under the direction of the
social service committee of the Wo-
men's league. Thirty of these bags
have already been filled and the com-
mittee expects to have 60 completed
within a day or two. This leaves the
remainder of the one hundred bags to
be filled before the Christmas vaca-
The bags, as well as the articles to
be sent in them, may be obtained at
Barbour gymnasium. A complete list
of articles to be put in are: towels,
washcloth, soap, tooth paste, tooth
Dean X. F..Cooley of the Engineer-
ing department will be the principal
speaker at the first meeting of the
chemical branch of the Engineering
society tomorrow night. His subject
will be, "The Mechanical Features of
Bi-Product Coke Ovens"
Mr. H. H. Dow, of the Dow Chemical
works of Midland, is also on the pro-
gram, and will speak on "The Evolu-
tion of a Manufacturing Industry."
Membership in the Chemical branch
of the Engineering society is open
all chemical engineers on the payment
of $1.00 for a year's dues. Pharmics
and lits may become associate mem-
bers by paying 75 cents a year. Each
membership includes a year's sub-
scription to the Michigan Technic.
The meeting will be held at 7:15
o'clock Wednesday night, in the Chem-
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One. of Our Dinner sl
Served from 11 to 7 .
Regular Dinner 35c consists choice of
meats; mashed or boiled potatoes; one
vegetable; choice of pie or pudding; tea,
coffee, or milk.
SPECIALS, as served
Soup .ro with meat order .05
Roast or Fricassee of chicken .25,
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef .25
Roast Leg of Veal with Dressing .25
Pork Sausage with Sweet Potatoes .25
Pork Chops Breaded. Extra Special .25
Small Steak with Onions. Ex. Spec'1 .25
Bread and Mashed Potatoes included
with above meat orders. ,
Side Orders Extra
Potatoes mashed .05 Stewed tomatoes .o5
Potatoes boiled .o5 Stewed corn '0
Potatoes fried .05 Stewed peas .05
Potatoes german fried .65
Home made pies per cut .05 Rice cus-
tard .05, with cream o.o
Coffee .o5 Tea .05 Chocolate .50
Milk per bottle .05 Cocoa .10
Opea A1 Night. .J. A. QUACKENBUSH, Mgr.
A big new stock of 1917 calanders
(for picture inserty) at 1915 prices.
Her gift will not be complete with-
out Bloomfield's chocolates. Bloom-
field's. N. U. 10-12
Use The Michigan Daily Want Ads
Watch for the grand opening of Any
Arbor's Finest Floral Shop. Nickels
High grade Kodak Finishing at Sug-
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
611 E. William St. Stf
A bit of a compliment to the folk atl
home, were a giftie of somthing niftie
from the James Foster House of Art. tf
Magazine subscriptions-Best club
offers at Wahr's Book Stores.I
A college man's presence is char-
acterized by his attitude of dem-
ocracy and his snappy, tasteful,
aristocratic style of dress.
We want to express our interest
in the suit you wear home
MAR QUA RI
5-16 . Williams St.
HOWETALKS ON WAR'S RESULT
U. S. Commissioner of Immigration to
Speak In U-Hall Tonight
"After the War, What?" will be the
subject of the lecture to be given by
Frederic C. Howe, United States im-
migration commissioner, at 8 o'clock
tonight in University hall. He will
appear under the auspices of the In-
tercollegiate Socialist society. Prof.
U. B. Phillips will introduce him.
Mr. Howe graduated from the Al-
legheny College with a master's de-
gree in 1900, and received his doctor's
degree from Johns Hopkins two years
later. He was at one time a repre-
sentative of the United States to in-
vestigate municipal ownership in
Great Britain. He is the author of
"Privilege and Democracy in Amer-
City Council Passes New Ordinance
A committe of the city council met
last night to discuss the new milk or-
dinance. It was decided by the coun-
cil members to pass a new ordinance
giving more authority to the health
officer in regard to the enforcement of
this and other city ordinances.
brush, and comb. Besides these also
may be included: bouillion cubes,
needle and thread, small hand mirror.
pocket knife, handerchiefs, writing
pad, and envelopes, aluminum drink-
ing cup, games. and chewing gum. All
these articles are for sale at Bar-
bour gymnasium. Mack and company
and Quarry's have furnished a large
supply and these are to be retailed at
little above their actual cost.
Sororities, league houses, and dorm-
ities will be called upon to contribute.
The social committee is as follows:
Elizabeth O. Hall. '18, chairman; Ruth
B. Ely, '19, Anna M. Lloyd, '18, Lucile
H. Quarry, '18, and Henryetta Brande-
bury, '18. The committee is assisted
by Mrs. Burr who will be in Barbour
gymnasium this afternoon and next
Tuesday afternoon to direct all in
the preparation of their bags. The
bags will be sent to the war relief
clearing house in New York, and from
there will be transported free of
charge to Paris and wil1 be distributed
iEED CROSS StALS SELL WELL
Local Business Women Conduct Sale;
in Washtenaw County
Red Cross seals to the total of 1,- 3
Several members of the aeronau-
tical department are trying to locate
H: Loudy, ex-'15E, in order that they
may take steps to recover damages
from the lesee of the University's
In the spring of 1915 Loudy had a
serious mishap as he was descending
after a flight, and as a result the plane
was badly smashed up. Loudy on be-
half of the University of Michigan
Aeronautical society concluded a con-
tract with a Bay City aviator whereby
the latter was to repair the machine
in return for which ho was to have
the use of it for one year. At the
end of this time the aeroplane was
to be returned into the custody of
the local club.
At the expiration of the year's
lease the machine could not be return-
ed because it had been burned up. In-
asmuch, as the nature of the contract
and its terms are kncwn only to
Loudy, no action can be instituted un-
til he can be communicated with.
The aeroplane was originally pre-
sented to the campus aero club by
the Michigan Aeronautical society. It
was a Wright hydo-aeroplane which
formerly was the property of Russell
Alger of Detroit. The University of
Michigan Aeronautical society which
received the gift is now a defunct or-
ganization of which K. W. Heinrich
is the sole surviving member.
Slippers for Dancing
Pumps in patent and dull leather also popular
Party slippers in all colors ,of satin. Dull, or Patent
leather and also Gold and Silver cloth pumps
Buy Comfy Slippers for Xmas
WAHR'S Shoe Store.
Main St. State St.
I Fitform Clothes
if prints are ordered
sepia or black and white
500,000 have been sold to date in the
campaign being waged by the Mich-
igan anti-tuberculosis association.
The Business Girls' club of the Ann
Arbor Y. W. C. A., is conducting the
sale in Washtenaw county, and re-
ports that, exclusive of Ann Arbor, re-
turns have already come in amounting
to $600, and this is but a small part
of the total expected to be received by
The campaign is being conducted on
a competitive plan, and the county in
the state which sells the most stamps
will be given the services of a visit-
ing nurse. To rouse the interest of
the children, celluloid buttons are dis-
tributed to all who manage to sell
"The impression, current among a
few of the uninformed, that those
handling the sale receive any remun-
eration whatever, is false and utterly
without foundation," said Miss Carol
F. Walton, secretary of the Michigan
anti-tuberculosis association, yester-
day. "None .of the workers receive a
cent, and expenditures are made where
they will produce maximum results
with a minimum of outlay. It is a
charitable work, and the services of
those working are freely given by
Registrar Arthur G. Hall Gives Talk
Registrar Arthur G. Hall will leave
Ann Arbor at 7:10 o'clock this morn-f
ing for Adrian, where he will deliver
an address before the women's clubs
of that city at 2:30 o'clock this after-
noon on "Michigan Men and Michi-
gan Motives." Dr. Hall will return
to the city tonight.
Owing to the pressing business en-
gagements Mr. H. H. Dow of the Dow
Chemical Co., will be unable to speak
at the dinner of the senior engineers
on next Thursday night. He will be
able, however, to address the seniors
at their assembly on Thursday morn-
ing, while Prof. A. H. White will take
his place at the dinner.
The civil engineering branch of the
Engineering society will give a smok-
er at the Union tonight. The affair
will start promptly at 7:30 o'clock.
Some official business will be trans-
acted at first and Prof. L. M. Gram and
Prof. B. F. Bailey will give talks. Any
civil engineer, whether he is a mem-
ber of the society or not, is invited to
attend the xmeeting.
The demand for civil engineers has
grown out of all proportion to the
number of men seeking positions.
Prof. H. E. Riggs has received a vert-
iable deluge of applications from em-
ployers for college men.
The Pennsylvania railroad. wants
about a dozen graduates and a few
other men who can leave college at
once to take up construction work.
The government is anxious to get two
draftsmen for its topographical sur-
vey work, while the city engineer's
office at Flint has work for a college
In former years the pay given to
men starting in the profession was
about $60 per month, but this year's
graduates can expect to receive from
Limited time only
Offer Closes Jan. 1, 1917
Leave orders at any of the fol.
The Delta, Cor. Packard & State.
Sugdens Drug Co., S. State.
Students' Supply Store, S. Univ.
Eberbach Pharmacy, E. Liberty.
Fischer's Pharmacy, E. Liberty.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store, S.
Tice's Drug Store, S. Main St.
Dawson Bros.' E. Huron St.
Crippen's Drug Store, N. Main.
East End Supply Store, Cather-
ine St., near Hospital.
232 Nickels Arcade
Notice: We have Discontinued
the Agency for Amateur Finish-
ing at Calkins' Drug Co.
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-Room and board foi' young
lady in refined private home near
campus. Box X 44; Daily. 12-13
TYPEWRITERS of all makes
bought, sold, rented or ex-
changed. Expert repairing,
factory service. Sole agent Under-
wood & Corona. TYPEWRITING,
MIMEOGRAPHING & SUPPLIES.
0. D. MORIILL, 322 S. State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch). 582-5.
EMPLOYMENT-For two hours each
evening for a student who has had
experience as clothing salesman.
Address W care of Daily. 9-15in
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Choral
Union this evening, in Hill audi-
torium. Main floor, center, 11th
row. R. A. Chandler, 127 N. State,
Phone 1261-J. 12
FOR SALE-Two tickets to Gabreilo-
witch concert. Main floor. Phone
LOST-Will the person who by mis-
take took dark gray chinchilla over-
coat from Chubb House, Sunday,
evening, please return same to 127
N. State and receive own in ex-
change. Phone 1261-J. 12
LOST-Exchanged gray overcoat for
dark blue containing pair of kid
gloves, Tuesday at Library. Finder
call 1585 anad exchange. 1 z
LOST-A small pocketbook containing
a sum of money. Please leave at
Post Office on State St. Heward.
$65 to $85, and civil engineers with
one or two years experience can coin-
mand at least $100 per month.
YOU CAN STILL SAVE 50 CENTS
ON YOUR MICHIGANENSIA
According to a story in the Sunday
issue of The Daily, the price of the
Michiganensian subscription for this
week was given as $3.50 when it
should have been $3.00. All of the
rules of the subscription campaign of
last week will hold good f6r this
week's sale. Those wishing to sub-
scribe must apply at the Michiganen-
sian office in the Press building, on
Drawings for the senior page of the
year book and the panel designs have
arrived from the Chicago Art company
and are entirely satisfactory to -the
staff of the book. This is the earl-
iest the art work has ever been com-
pleted by any concern doing the pro-
When looking for a new Suit
or Overcoats step in to our
store, and see the best line of
FITFORM Suits and Overcoats
in the city.
Also a big line of
Furnishings, Hats and Caps
116 E. Liberty Street
Sfe Young Mien's Shop
A Great Fox Trot
Victor Record No. 18163
Kansas City Blues
116 & Malux St.
Flannel Shirts made.to order. G. H. Polish your floors with Old Eng
Wild Company. Leading merchant Floor Wax. C. H. Major & Co. P1
tailors. State street. tf 237.
The Michigan Daily for service. Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.