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MERRY CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS

CHRISTMAS

CARPS

Exactly
like cut.

All sizes
aa to e.
rit
guaranteed

New Lot Just Received.
Dak r
Dark ?grown Cordovans

Also
Skate Shoes
for
Men and
Women
Black, Tan
Pearl
$3.50 to $5

ENLARGEMENTS (from your best negatives)
CALENDERS (for Picture inserts)
L Y N D 0 N ' S 719 N. University Ave
Open Evenings until 9 o'clock

KODAKS

BULBS

- - 75c to $100.00

...

Hoffstetter's
Walk-Over Boot Shop
We can savsea' S Skates fastened
you money 115 . M t Gratis

'ENI

ORS
Sit Early For Your -MICHIGANENSIAN"
PICTURE AT

61 9 E. Liberty St.
o rAnn Arbor. - - Mich.
Perfect Portraitures
Unsurpassed Accomodations for
Group Photographs.
''Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.
MAIN STUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.

STEEL[[IWORKERS GET
BIG WAGEINCREASE
$20,000,000 Added to Annual Pay Roll
of Corporation; Credit
Prosperity
MANY CONCERNS FOLLOW MOVE
(By United Press.)
New York, Dec. 15.-What is per-
haps the biggest wage increase in the
history of the United States becomes
effective today when the pay of 250,-
000 workers of the United States Steel
corporation is increased ten per cent
--the gross annual amount approxi-
mating $20,000,000. The increase was
made by the company due to its enor-
mous prosperity-its net earnings are
now estimated at $1,000,000 a day.
Many Firms Grant Increases.
The increase is but one of manyre-
cently made by large employing con-
cerns throughout the country. Among
them are:
Ten per cent increase to 35,000 em-
ployees of the American Woolen com-
pany, Boston.
Ten per cent increase to the 33,000
employees of the Cotton Manufactur-
ers' association of New Bedford.
Thirty-five to 40 per cent Increase
to the 32.000 persons employed by the
American Clothing Manufacturers' as-

Mat. jC K Week of
Wed. d Sat. GAR 1 Dec.I I
DETROIT
"If I Were King"
A RCADE
Shows at 3:oo; 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 26-M
Fri.-s-Emily Stevens in "The Wager";
Drew Comedy.
Sat.-16-Anita Stewart in "The Combat".
Charlie Chaplin in "Behind the
Screen " 15c
C ii dren's Matinee, 2 P. M. "A Street
Waif's Christmas." "Sunbeam."
"Santa Claus, a Boy and Girl" and
"Buster Comedy."
Mo'i.-i Theda Bara in "Under Two
Flags," (Ret.); Christie Comedy.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45.
8:r5, 9.30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.

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Let us help you make your selection

Sheehan & Co.

And

Novelties

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C. W. GRAhAM, Mngr.

Books

WTheatreeTuesday
Whitny ThatreDec. 19

First time here of IRVING BERLIN'S

WARD', KLASSY KUT K LOTH ES
Free-Free-Free
EXTRA TROUSERS
with every suit or overcoat

Sat.-16-Bessie Barriscale in "Plain Jane.',
Also Triangle Comnedy, Fray Tincher
in 'The Lady Drummer." evening t5c
Sun.-Mon.17-i8-Faunie Ward in "Witch.
craft." Also Holmes Travels.
Tues.-rg-Wilfred Lucas in "The Rum-
my." Also Triangle Comedy, Che.ter
Conklin in "A Tugboat Romeo." Eve.
ning 15c.

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International Syncopated Musical Triumph
Watch YourStep
(made in America)

118 E. Huron St.

,...:What we
&~do to Hats
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big ' tock
We have the latest all the tine
We shape hats tosfit the head
We clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State

Music and tyrics by
IRVING BERLIN

Staged by
R. H. BURNSIDE

Book by
HARRY B. SMITH

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VHITN EY
S -Big To i
*tTonightl

*,MAS GIFTS
FOR
ALL YOUR FRIENDS

sociation, New York (effedtive
18).

Dec.

Delineator
Everybody's

N. Y. Winter Garden's
Greatest Show

World of
Pleasure
Company of 100 Headed by
CONROY & LE MAIRE
Courtney Sisters
and including
THAT NIFTY CHORUS
MAJESTIC
NOW SHOWING
Big Musical Show
"THE ELOPERS"
With Jessie Maker and Teddy
and Nellie McNamara
LE ROY AND HARVEY
In a Comedy sketch "Rained In"
PAUL BAUWINS
"The Human Freight Train"
KLASS AND WAIMAN
The Syncopated Musickers
MILTON FRANKEL
Modeller in Common Clay
A bit of a compliment to the folk at
ome, were a giftie of somthing niftie
rom the James Foster House of Art. tf
THE PALAIS ROYAL has 101 sug-
esttons to make for gifts for Xmas.
16-17

Woman's Home
Companion
American Magazine

Each subscription may be sent-
to a different address.
Good Housekeeping, 2 years for
$2.00.
Cosmopolitan, 2 years for $2.00.
Send for Booklet of Special
Offers.

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JNO. P. SLOAN
Phone 14123M 1009 E. Catherine

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FORD LOSES FIRST ROUND IN
$100,000 NAVY LEAGUE CASES
Washington, Dec. 15.-Henry Ford
lost the first round in the $100,000 suit
filed against him by the Navy league
when Justice Siddons, district supreme
court, today sustained demurrers filed
by the league, regarding Ford's plea
of probable cause. The court held that
probable cause does not constitute a
privilege. The suit is based on ad-
vertisements in which Ford made sen-
sational charges against league of-
ficials.
Would Offer $60,000 for Johnson
Boston, Dec. 15.-The Boston Ameri-
cans will bid $60,000 for the services of
Walter Johnson, pitcher of the Wash-
ington club, if he is on the market,
President Harry Frazee of the local
club has announced. His statement
was made in connection with a report
that the Cleveland team was prepared
to bid $50,000 to obtain Johnson. Pres-
ident Frazee said nothing had been
done officially in the matter.
Have C. H. Major & Co. decorate
those rooms during Christmas vaca-
tion. Phone 237. tf
Alarm clocks, $1.00 up. Chapman,
Jeweler, 113 South Main St. tues-eod

Ten per cent increase to the 3,000
employees of the National India Rub-
ber company, Bristol, R. I.
Ten per cent increase to the 3,000
men employed by independent steel
mills at and near Sharon, Pa.
Increase of not less than 25 cents a
day to 10,000 employees of the Bay-
onne, Elizabeth and Claremont refin-
eries of the Standard Oil company (ac-
tion taken after a strike for higher
wages at Bayonne in which several
persons were shot to death).
City Employees May Get Iaise
The City of New York contemplates
a wage increase of $1,147,180 to 18,-
488 municipal employees. This had
not been determined finally.
In each case, in announcing the in-
creases, the concerns said they were
made to enable their employees to
meet the advancing cost of living. E.
H. Gray, chairman of the steel corpora-
tion, said:
"Ordinarily the question of wages
would not come up for consideration
or decision at this time of thle year,
but in consequence of the abnormal
conditions now existing it has been
decided to increase the wage rates of
our iron and steel companies about ten
per cent, effective Dec. 15. As to the
other departments, increases will be
equitably proportioned."
Third Increase in Year.
The increase is the third the com-
pany has made during the year. Its
payroll for 1915 was $176,800,864, the
1916 total will be above $200,000,000
and if high wages continue the 1917
roll will approach,-$250,000,000.
The Eastman Kodak company of
Rochester, N. Y., the Glove Manufac-
turers' association of Gloversville, N.
Y., and the Arlington mills of Lawr-
ence, Mass.. are other concerns which
have made substantial wage increases.
That lesser concerns have taken
similar action is indicated by Chicago
figures, where, according to John W.
O'Leary, president of the Chicago As-
sociation of Commerce, 25 concerns
have made $10,000,000 increases to
100,000 employees during the year.
To Have Nation-Wide Coal Probes
Washington, Dec. 15.-With a view
of reducing soaring prices on coal the
interstate commerce commission to-
day instituted a nation-wide investi-
gation of coal transportation cost. All
railroads are included in the probe.
Peace Talk Hits Flour in Minneapolis
Minneapolis, Dec. 15.-Flour prices
dropped 50 cents here today, making
the total decline for the week one dol-
lar. Millers are now quoting at $8.00
a barrel.
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
611 E. William St. 5tf
Use the advertising columns of the
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
best of Ann Arbor's buyers.

Today
10 o'clock - Meeting of the Cross
Country club in trophy room of the
gymnasium to elect a captain.
10 o'clock-Rehearsal of the Japan-
ese act of "Magic Carpet," Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
11 o'clock-Rehearsal of the Chin-
ese act of "Magic Carpet," U-Hall.
1 to 5 o'clock-=Mimes, "The Dan-
sant," Union.
3 o'clock-Soph Lit Mixer in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of the princi-
pals of and dancers of the "Magic
Carpet," Hill auditorium.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
7 o'clock-Rehearsal of the African
act of the "Magic Carpet," Hill audi-
torium.
8 o'clock-Dress rehearsal of Hindu
act of "Magic Carpet," Hill auditor-
ium.
8 o'clock-Soph-engineer dance at
Barbour gymnasium.
8 o'clock-Christmas party at the
Church of Christ, South University
avenue.
9 o'clock-Regular Union Saturday
night dance.
Tomorrow
6:45 o'clock-Prof. C. T. Johnston
of the Engineering college, will speak
on "An Example of Public Service,"
before the Plymouth Round .Table.
U-Notices
All students desiring to try out for
the poster committee for the Union
opera should call Arthur Schupp,
'phone 63.
University band leaves for Detroit
at 2:39 o'clock.
Wilson's Railroad Program Important
Washington, Dec. 15.-That Presi-
dent Wilson's railroad program was
"so important as to warrant an extra
session if congress does not have time
to. act on it" was stated today by Sen-
ator Newland, chairman of the inter-
state commerce committee.

WHAT'S GOING ON

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Prices 50c to $1.50

Take Home
a Box of Christmas
Pastries"
Fresh Every Day from the Tea Room Kitchen
THE TEA ROOM is again ready to supply home-going
students with genuine English Plum Puddings and all kinds of
Decorated Cakes and Cookies, without which no Christmas
could be quite complete.

Most Delightful Entertainment
In America
75 POPLE 75
Combination of
Wit, Beauty, Melody and Grace
Enlarged Orchestra

Seat sale Sat. 10 a. m.

Plum Puddings, 65c and $1.00.
English Tea Cakes, 50c each up.
Fancy Cookies, 20c dozen up.
Vienna Nut Rolls, 60c dozen up.
Viennese Pastry, 75c dozen up.
Bavarian Coffee Cake, 50c up.
Decorated Cakes and Tarts, 75c
up.
Birthday Cakes, $1.00 up.
French Ice Cream, 50c a quart up.
Frozen Puddings, 80c a quart up.
Maple Mousse, 75c a quart up.
Timballs, 60c dozen up.
Large Pies, 35c each up.
Fancy Salads, 25c each up.
Fancy Sandwiches, 10c each up.
Pattie Shells, 60c a dozen.
Mixed Christmas Pastries, 50c a
box up.

These are all made of ingredients that are fresh, pure and
of highest quality. Telephone your order if you wish. It will
be delivered exactly when desired. (Second Floor-Annex).

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Detroit

London

Minneapolis

Chigago

Milwaukee

CHRISTMAS TIES
by "The Neckwear House of America"

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Stationery
Complete
stock of
Crane's New
Styles
St.U.
1111 S. U.

XMAS GIFTS
Fountain Pens
We Handle
Walerman's and
Conk in's
Best

Candies
Fresh Line
of Morse's
and Gilbert's
just In.
Store
Phone -1160 R

nts

Supply
S. C. Sebly edle

LIBERTY AT 606

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