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|| Calkins Drug Co.

Two Stores

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324 So. State and 1123 So.University Ave.
Xmas Candies-Kodaks-Perfumes-Ivory
Sets-Manicure Sets, etc.

To Get Your

Sheep Lined Coat
And
Patricks Mackinaw

Neckwear and Hosiery
in Individual Boxes.

Extra Coods at reasonable prices

G. H. Fong Writes Second Article

At The

of

Series

of Light About China

J. F. WUERTH CO.
New Day Light Store next to Orpheun

Wadhams & Co.

Main St.

State St.

.W .

When Is a Gift Problem Not a Gift Problem?r
When a person knows it has already been solved at
The Hutzel Shop? It has scores of dainty things-
blouses, collars,ties silkunderwear, kimonos, handbags
jewelry-that one mAy decide upon for Christmas Gifts!

G. H. Fong, '18E, continues the his-
tory of China in the second article of
a series of eight dealing with that
country.
From 1000 B. C. on there was a grad-
ual retrogression in China.. It was
during the reign of Fung Chee Wong
that the decline in civilization was
most marked. He was despotic and his
rule was vicious and cruel. His sub-
jects were oppressed to a degree that
seems well nigh fabulous. He was not
satisfied with mere oppression of the
people, but destroyed books and liter-
ature and murdered scholars.
This was the era of the Tartar in-
vasion and although various plans
were devised to stem the influx from
the north they all culminated in the
construction of the great wall. This
wall, extending for 1,500 miles over
hill and dale, is one of the greatest
engineering feats of the ancient world.
Military science was developed to a
high degree of perfection. Books writ-
ten at this time are still used as an
authority on military problems by
china and Japan.

The Chow dynasty was founded 1100
B. C., and lasted for eight centuries.
In 477 B. C. civil war broke out and
it was not until 220 A. D. that the Han
dynasty was formed and succeeded in
amalgamating the different factions of
the country into an empire.
The Tang dynasty began 618 A. D.
and closed in 907 A. D. The govern-
ments following Tang were in the
hands of incompetent men. Retrogres-
sion marked the period elapsing from
the fall of Tang to the beginning of
the Sung dynasty.
From 960 on the teachings of Con-
fucius were propounded to the masses
with renewed vigor. Scholars sprang
up all over the country and literature
flourished as it never had before.
The Sung power remained in con-
trol of China until the year 277 A. D.,
when the Manchus by bribery effected
an entrance into China. They ruled
the country for 91 years, during which
time numerous revolutions took place.
but none were successful until 1368,
when the invaders were completely
driven out. The Ming government
then rose to the throne and reigned
until 1644.

MODERN 0BBER SHOP
332 State St
A Particular Place
for Particular People.
FRANK C. BOLCH, Prop,

Learn To Typewrite
with
8 FINGERS
and
2 THUMBS
And Without Looking at
the Machae at
Hamilton Business Colk
State and Williama

'Main and Liberty

.aa.
s r>

Electric Auto Heater--Keeps Your Engine Wax
Costs very little to operate
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
If its not Righit we muake it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington St.

Your Floral Needs=
Are BEST SA" ISFIIED By Us
PItONE 115
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION
-=COUSINS & HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.-

Don't get the impression that we
are not in business, we are

14

WE GRIND EYE GLASS
LENSES
IN OUR OWN SHOP

HALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS

The
Cyc-Corpus Juris
System

PUBLISHED BY
The American law Book Co.
27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK.

FORM FT*
TALBOT
&I ROW
fornFitCOLLARS
are curve cut to ft thz
shoulders peretty eac
6forgoc
Cktett, Fcabody &Co:Inc.9akers
JESSIE DIC(EKN 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
1724-W. sun-tf
-A.lIIU j U21PT e $ll[ n 25uj1.IeA
-pv elep-ol-dn 'eAlsseaJ0.d 'aAl Jogq

NEW YEAR CARDS TO BE
SOLO IN PHTHSIS WORK
Will Be Put on Sale with Red Cross
Seals to Raise Additional
Funds
New Year cards will be sold this
year as an additional means of obtain-
ing funds in the fight against tuber-
culosis, in addition to the Red Cross
seals already on the market. As a
result the sale of seals will be ex-
.ended a week longer than anticipated,
continuing until Jan. 1 in place of be-
ing discontinued at Christmas.
The cards are cards of greeting,
with spaces in the four corners re-
served for the posting of Red Cross
seals. They will he put on sale short-
ly, and the proceeds from their dis-
posal turned into the fund for the anti-
tuberculosis work, along with the
money obtained from the sale of the
seals themselves.
The year has been such a prosperous
one for the country that the sale of
seals has been exceptionally good so
far, and it is expected that all rec-
ords will be broken before the holiday
season closes. With the added profits
of the sale of the New Year cards and
the stamps that will be sold to accom-
pany them, the amount of sales will
be further increased, and predictions
as to the totals are placed at high
figures by the association workers in
Ann Arbor.
BUSINESS AD STUDENTS WILL
HOLD SMOKER TOMORROW NIGHT
Now come the business ads. They
are confident that their smoker which1
is to be given Monday night at the
Union will excel all of the other de-
partmental smokers which have been
given.
Speakers for the occasion are B. F.
Gitchell, former secretary of the De-
troit Board of Commerce, and Prof. I.
L. Sharfman of the economics depart-
ment. Carlos A. Zanelli, '17E, will
render a few vocal selections, and a
piano-banjorine duet will furnish the
instrumental music.
Tickets will be on sale at the eco-
nomics building tomorrow at 25 cents.
Letter Carrier Fractures Left Leg
John Andres of 603 North Main
street, a letter carrier, slipped and
fell off the porch at 903 Grennwood
avenue yesterday afternoon, severely
fracturing his left leg.

1 terco egf ate
Indiana: The University of Indiana
is contemplating making member-
ship in the Indiana Union a compul-
sory matter by having the member-
ship fee added to the tuition paid at
the beginning of the year.
Purdue: The staff of the Purdue Ag-
riculturist will stage a subscription
campaign during the Christmas
holidays to increase the circulation
of the magazine. Of each subscrip-
tion obtained twenty-five cents will
be the property of the person get-
ting the subscription.
Cornell: The Student council of
Cornell at its last meeting passed
resolutions recommending that the
minimum wage paid working stu-
dents should be 25 cents an hour,
and that those working for their
board should not be required to
work more than three hours per day
or twenty-one hours per week, ex
cluding time for meals.
Iowa: Enough instructors at the Un-
iversity of Iowa manifested their in-
terest in gym work to warrant the
forming of a faculty gymnasium sec-
tion meeting once a week.
Dartmouth: At hockey practice last
Monday seven students fell through
thin ice into the frigid waters of
the lake. Fortunately all were res-
cued and suffered no serious re-
sults from the shock.
MAKE SAN DIEGO BASE OF
STRATEGICAL OPERATIONS
San Diego, Calif., Dec. 16.-The
geographical location and harbor fac-
ilities of this city have led to its sel-
ection as a strategical base for the
operations of United States marines
on the Pacific coast. The site al-
ready has been secured, and the new
naval bill proposes development and
quarters for a minimum force of 1,500
men.
With the establishment of this base,
an adequate force will be available
at all times for expeditionary duty,
and it will not be necessary to deplete
the strength of forces stationed at
Bremerton, Mare Island, and other
Pacific points, except in cases of em-
ergency.
As Major General Barnett recently
said that the additional 5,000 men au-
thorized by congress for the marine
corps are being enrolled rapidly, it is
expected that many of the newly train-
ed soldiers of the sea will be stationed
here.

Films Developed FREE until Jan. 1, 1917

Amteur Finishing Syndicate, Inc

8 x 10 Enlagements (Sepia or Black and White) ONLY 26a
Remember, we have DISCONTINUED our agency for Amateur Fi
ing at Calkins' Pharmacy.

cnA Delicious
can be quickly prepared, and wi
trouble, on an
Electric Chaf in
This handsome and very convenie
source of both comfort and prid
Just the thing for a hasty lunch
Cooks practically any dish you
--makes toothsome fudge. No tr
messing. Just attach to a lamp-s
Come in and inspect
The Detroit E
Cor. Main and William Sts
.. IIEII I EIIgIIElIElIIE IIEIEE III II t11111E1E1111tE11E11E11E

Bring your films to 232 Nickels Arcade (Temporary quarters) until
new store is completed in the Arcade).

Lunch

ithout the slightest

ig Dish

Here to stay

nt table utensil Is a
e to the housewife.
h or Sunday supper.
have a desire for
ouble; no alcohol; no
ocket.

Roast young chicken dinner
Michigan Union today-$1.00.

at
17

Polish your floors with Old English
Floor Wax. C. H. Major & Co., Phone
237. V
It is the gifts of quality that bring
appreciation from your friends and
make you value shopping down-town
at De Fries' Art Store. 17-19-201

them.

dison Co.

s.

Tel. 2300

i

C 0 FEE,

COFFEES!

We have lots and sell just as much.

MISCELLANEOUS
TYPEWRITERS of all makes
bought, sold, rented or ex-
changed. Expert repairing,
factory service. Sole agent Under-
wood & Corona. TYPEWRITING,
MIMEOGRAPHING & SUPPLIES.
0. D. ar)RRILL, 322 S. State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch). 582-J.
LOST
LOST-Waterman fountain pen Eng-
.ineering Bldg., or on S. University,
Thayer, Monroe, or Packard.. Coult-
er, 1037-J. 16-17
LOST-Taylo 's Principles of Econ-
omics in Engineering building last
Wednesday-Hoefeld, 1813-M. 17
LOST-Pair Glasses, gold nose piece,
black rim. If found please return
to 603 Ann or call 1482-M. 17

WAN'TED
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- To tend furnaces during
the holidays, west of S. University,
between Church and Washtenaw.
Telephone 2056. 15-16-17
WANTED-"Ann Arbor Wet Wash"
family washings. Wet wash 3c ib.
Dry wash 5c lb. Weighed dry. Phone
1516-J. 17-19-20
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Warm suite. Reasonable
price. 536 Thompson. Phone 1088-J.

Fresh Roasted Peanuts
lOc lb.

Mmmmmwmow
---w-m mmmmw

A Great Fox Trot

Christmas Nuts and Candies at lowest prices.
You will learn that it pays to trade at a cut-rate store.
Michigan Coffee Roasters
"The Home of Choice Teas and Coffees"
111 E. Washington St. Phone 484
It is the gifts of quality that bring Roast young chicken dinner
appreciation from your friends and Michigan Union today-$1,00.N
make you value shopping down-town
at De Fries' Art Store. 17-19-20 Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.

Victor Record No. 18163

Kansas Ciy Brtes
Grinnell Bros.

- 75c

A1 WS. Malu. A..
PHtO1~ K 1767

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