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MERRY CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS II

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KODAKS

- - 75c to $100.00

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Christmas hvill soon be here

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prepared. You are better able to reflect the
rit of the Season if you are becomingly dressed.
land-tailored suit, made from one of the hundreds of
wool fabrics.we are showing, cut and fitted to your
ividual measure, will enhance your appearance and
force to your CHRISTMAS GREETING.
here's something behind it, when the well-dressed man says,

ENLARCEMENTS (from your beet negatives)
CAL ENDERS (for Picture inserts)
L Y N 0 N S 5 719 N. University Ave'

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SUPPLIES

Open Evenings

until 9 o'clock

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SHIRTS
PANTS
SHOES

'GERMANY PROPOSES PEICE
TO ENGLD AND ALLIES

"Merry Christmas"

Mat. QARI CK Week of
Wed. & Sat. Dec.I11
DETROIT
"If I Were King"
ARCADE
.howy at 3:00: 6:30:8:00; 9:30

(Continued from Page One.)

Some shoes, slightly soiled
at reduced prices.

J. K. MALCOLM
604 E. Liberty St.
Dress Suits for Hire

fend justice, liberty and

national

ato order

E N I O R S

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evolution. The glorious deeds of our
armies have in no way altered our pur-
pose. We have always maintained a
Firm belief in our own rights. Our,
)ims ha 9e not been to shatter and an-
iihilate our adversaries.
Anxious to Stop Blood Shed

Sit Early For Your -MICHIGANENSIAN"
PICTURE AT
619 E. Liberty St.
Ana Arbor. - -

to,: Unless Otherwise Specified.
It Phone 296-M.

Tue. -i2-Viola Dana in "The Light of
Happiness." (Ret.); Mutt and Jeff
Cartoon.
\Xed-r3-Alice Brady in "Bught and
Paid For"; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon.
15C.
'Thu.-14-Bertha Kalich in "Love and
Hate"; ,hapter 7 of "Gloria's Ro-
mpace," ("The harvest of Sin." r~c.
Fri.-is-Emily Stevens in "The Wager",
Drew Comedy.
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Unsurpassed Accomodatiuns for
Group Photographs.
'Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.
MAIN STUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.

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SPENCIL
17 Perfect Degrees
from 62; Softest
to 9H Hardest

Whitney Theatre
Friday, Dec. 15
Washington
- Square
Players
-in-
A Miracle of St. Anthony
Helena's Husband

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jum copying
KE a soft-leaded easy mark-
ing pencil? Take the higher
ibered B's such as 3B, 4B,
For the extreme limit of
ness 6B is without an equal
is used by many as being the
.1 of all pencils.
edium degree is HB. H's
the harder grades, 2H or 3H
ig medium hard, and 6H,
being used for thin,dclear,
lines of detailings. Your
essors will confirm these
ements as to the merits of
VUS pencils.,
the disdnciie VENUS !'ater mark
finish 1: hen you buy.

Moondown
A Roadhouse in Arden

Literature

Extraordinary
Engagement

"In spite of a consciousness of our
military and economic strength and
,ur readiness to continue a war which
was forced upon us, until the bitter
ind if necessary, at the same time we
desire to avoid further bloodshed and
the atrocities of war. Therefore, the
four allies propose to enter upon peace
negotiations.
"In August, 1914, our enemies chal-
lenged our superiority and power in a
world war," said the chancellor. "To-
day we raise the question of peace,
which is a question of humanity. We
expect the answer of our enemies to
be given in that periousness of mind
which. is guaranteed to us by our ex-
terior and inner strength, and our
clear conscience.
"Germany is carrying on a war of
defense against enemies aiming at our
destruction. She is fighting to,assure
the integrity of her frontier, and the
liberty of the German nation. She
claims the right, freely to develop her
intellectual and economic energies,
and peacefully to compete on an equal
footing with other nations. All the
efforts of other nations have been un-
able to shatter her heroic armies. Her
allies are protecting their frontiers,
strengthened by the certainty that the
enemies will never pierce the iron
wall."
4erman Note to Vatican
Berlin, Dec. 12.-The note dispatched
today by the imperial German govern-
ment and its allied powers to the
Vatican reads as follows:
"Sure 'of our strength, but realizing
Europe's sad future if the war con-
tinues, we are seized with pity in the
face of the unspeakable misery of hu-
manity. The German empire, in ac-
cord with its allies, solemnly repeats
the chancellor's declaration of a year
ago, that Germany is ready to give
peace to the world by setting before
the whole world the question of
whether it is possible to find a basis
of understanding.
"The imperial government is firmly
confident that the initiative taken by
the four powers will find a friendly
welcome on the part of his holiness
and that the work for peace can count
upon the precious support of the Holy
See."
English Paper Scouts Peace
London, Dec. 12.--Today's peace
proposals are not likely to affect the
course of the war, declared the Lon-
don Evening Star in the first published
comment on Germany's peace move.

Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:oo-3:3o; Evening, 6:45,
8 , g;o.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous,

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Wed-13Robert Edeson in "The Light
That Failed."
Thurs. -Fri.-14-x 3 -Vivian Martin in "Her
Father's Son." A-'lso Bray Cartoons.
Sat.16-Bessie Barriscale in "Plain Jane."
Also Triangle Comedy, Pay Tlnchar
in 'The Lady Drummer." Evening lc.
Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Choice Cyclemens, Bengonias,
Cherry Plants and Primroses.

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SEAT
SALE
MORROW _ _ ?:\-
A. M.
PRICES
50C to
$2.00 W

OF
100.

IAWb~hu'onSaturday
WV~k~iI~.JDec. 16

NIGHT
ONLY

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Novelty Xmas Baskets.

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Seat Sale
Wednesday
Prices;

C. W. CRAhAM, Mngr.

10 A. M.
50c to $2.00

COMPANY

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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is beautifully smooth and even in tex-
ture. it rubs out pencil marks perfectly-
Gray and dloes not causse discoloration.
i2sizes from n'ootoa Oxto4toabox.
Box price $2.00. Venus Erasers are the
best erasers. Asks for them by name.
For sale by your supply store
AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO.
215 Fifth Ave.. Dept. D.D.
New York
Correspondence Solicited
MAJESTIC
N 0 VW0
Dancing Spectacle De Luxe
ANDERSON'S GIRL REVUE
OF 1916
Plenty Song and Dance
The Season's Best Bet
ADLER AND ARLINE
"A New Idea"
FIELDS, KEANE & WALSH
"After the Show"
WILL MORRIS
Pantomimic Cycling Comedian
Special Feature Novelty
"THE GIRL IN THE, MOON"
She will be the sensation of the
season

Today.
11 o'clock-Fresh engineer assembly,
room 348 Engineering building.
7 o'clock-Military training corps
meets in Waterman gymnasium.
7 o'clock-Band rehearsal at the
School of Music.
7:15 o'clock-First meeting of the
chemical branch of the engineering so-
ciety in the chemical amphitheater.
8 o'clock-Round-up club initiation
smoker at the Delta cafe.
8:15 o'clock-William M. Lewis lec-
tures on U. S. navy, lecture room
Natural Science building.
Tomorrow.
11 o'clock-Junior engineer as-
sembly, room 348 Engineering build-
ing..
6 o'clock-Senior engineer dinner at
the Union.
8 o'clock-Senior engineer assembly,

Greenhouses-Observatory and
SVolland St. Phone, 174-M.
Campus in Brief
Representatives of the Michigan-
snsian -will make a canvass of fra-
ternities, sororities, and house clubs
some time this week in an effort to
reach the few who have not been able
to take advantage of the campaign
rates offered for the 1917 year book.
St. Johns students of the University
met at the Union Sunday afternoon
and- chose Charles S. Clark, '19. to fill
the vacancy left by the resignation of
Verne E. Burnett, '17, as president of
the organization. Harry Mack, '19E,
was re-elected secretary, and Thomas
Teare, '19, was chosen as treasurer.
The members voted to send The Michi-
an Daily and Michiganensian to the
' .ome high school.
Rudolph Wuenseh, '17, secretary of
the Y. M. C. A., has just received a let-
ter from T. E. Jones, field secretary
of the board of the Society of Friends,
asking the name of every student en-
rolled in the University of Michigan,
vho belongs to the Society of Friends.
Lists of students in every college and
university in the country who belong
R. B. Jacobus' Five-Piece Orchestra
for dances, entertainments and con-
certs. 520 N. Fifth Ave. Phone 1487.

to the Quaker church are being com-
pleted and filed in an effort to keep
the students in close touch with the
church.
Prof. R. D. ilollister's class in in-
terpretive reading will give a program
of miscellaneous readings from nu-
merous sources at 7 o'clock this even-
ing in room 205 Mason hall. The pub-
lie is invited to attend. Many humor-
ous selections will enliven the reading.
A. A. Klein, '11, spoke at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon before the class
on the current literature of miner-
ology. His subject was "The Applica-
tion of Petrographic Methods in Tech-
nology." While at the University,
Klein served for some time as assist-
ant in the department of minerology,
and was manager of the Varsity band
during his junior and senior years.
A women's ticket sales committee
has been appointed that will canvass
'Have C. H. Major & Co. decorate
those rooms during Christmas vaca-
tion. Phone 237. tf

Conroy&Leaire EY SISTERS
Wanda Lyon-Retie Quinn
24 NUMBERS AUGWIENTED ORCllE*TRA
ONLY WINTER GARDEN SHOW HERE THIS SFASON

HUGE

SCENES

Martha Cook dormitory, Newberry
residence, and all the sororities for the
Glee and Mandolin club concert, Fri-
day, Dec. 15. The committee consists
of Edith Duemling, '19, chairman;
Vera Brown, '18, Jennie Duemling, '19,
Mae Patterson, 117.
Dr. Lyman F. Kebler, '91, was a vis.
itor in Ann Arbor yesterday. Dr.
-Kebler is one of the University's
alumni in Washington, D. C. He is
chief of the drug division, bureau of
chemistry, of the United States depart-
ment of agriculture.
GITE
FATHER-Country Gentleman
MOTHER-Ladies' Home Journal
BROTHER--Saturday Evening Post
SISTER-Woman's Home Comp.
STOFFLET'S NEWS STAND
110 E. Washington wed-eod
SHOOK PARTY SATURDAY NIGHT
8 TO 12 AT BARBOUR GYM. TICK-
ETS ON SALE, UNION FOR $1.00. 13

room 348 Engineering building.
U-Notices.
The Prescott club meets at

It declared:
"Unless the
'onsciousness

central powers' unfound
of responsibility to God

7:151

o'clock tonight in room 303 Chemistry
building. Dr. Stouffer of the health
service will give the second of his
series of lectures on "Sanitation and
Its Relation to the Pharmacist."
Sophomores wishing to try out for
Varsity basketball manager report at
2 o'clock today at, the athletic office
in Press building.
There will be a meeting of the In-
tercollegiate Socialist society at 7:30
o'clock tonight in Newberry hall.
Dr. C. B. Stouffer of the health serv-
ice will address the soph engineer as-
sembly at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn-
ing, room 348 Engineering building.
Members of Alpha Nu society will
meet in the society rooms at 7:45 to-
night and will adjourn in a body to
it-Hall.

has brought them to the stage of sur-
rendering Constantinople and the
straits to Russia, restoring Alsace and
Lorraine to France, the evacuation of
occupied territory and the making of
due reparation, today's proposals are
not likely to cause any material
change."
American Embassy Receives Note
Berlin, Dec. 12.-Joseph C. Grew,
secretary to the American embassy,
received Germany's note on peace pro-
posals at 11:30 o'clock at a confer-
ence today with the imperial chancel-
lor. He immediately cabled it to Wash-
ington. The reichstag met at 1:15
o'clock.
Long before the session, a crowd
surrounded the building to get a
glimpse of the chancellor and other
notable figures for the memorable ses-
sion. Prior to this, Bethmann-Hollweg
had conferred with party leaders on
all sides of the reichstag. Secretary
Grew was a spectatdr in the gallery
at the session.
Stop, look, and listen! Japanese art
goods at Newberry Hall. This week
only. 13

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SPECIAL

ASSEMBLY
SATURDAY, DEC. 16

At Armory
"Ike" FischFr
""Lem" Aldrich
" Al" Kemnpton

"Doc" Dimmock
"Johnny" Schwer
"Louie" Otto

"Ray Huss"
"tErd" King

Faculty Approbation and t hareronage

Regular price
75c per couple

Tickets at Busy Bee
Wednesday morning

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Milwaukee

Minneapolis

Chigago

Detroit

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XMA S GIFTS
Stationery Fountain Pens
Complete We Handle
stock of Waterman's and
Crane's New Conksin's
Styles Bept
Students Supply
lilt S. U. S.C. Sebleede

Candies
Fresh Line
of Mo-se's
and Gilbert's
Just in.
Store'
Phone 1160 R

CHRISTMAS

TIES

by "The Neckwear House of America"
LIBERTY AT 606

You have not shopped
Unless you have stopped
At the James Foster House of Art.

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