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MERRY CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS

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New Lot Just Received

KODAKS

- - 75c to $100.00

CHREL

Exactly
like cut.
All sizes
aa to e.
Fit
uaranteed
Dark Brown Cordovans

Also
Skate Shoes
for
Men and
Women
Black, Tan
{ Pearl

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

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Hoff stetter 's
Walk-Over Boot. Shop
We can save 5 ,. fl St Skates fastened
you Money 115S.MiSt Gratis
SEN10RS
Sit Early For Your "MICHIGANENSIAN"
PICTURE AT

619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. - -

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Perfect Portraitures
Unsurpassed Accomodations for
Group Photographs.
"Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.
MAIN STUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.

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WARD S KL ASSY KUT KLOTHES
Free-Free-Free
EXTRA TROUSERS
with every suit or overcoat

118 E. Huron St.

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3W PLAYIN6-6REAT SHOW

ENGLAND TO CONTINUE
ITS WARPREPARA1TIONS
(Continued from Page Four)
nage owned under that flag at the
beginning of the war, while the per-
centage of Norway's loss is slightly
higher. France has suffered in about
the same proportion as has Italy, but
the merchant marine of other nations
has been less affected. The percent-
age of total loss accredited to Ger-
many and her allies is only one-thou-
sandth of one per cent.
Effect on Business.
General business has, unlike the
stock market, not yet had time to be
affected by the new movement for
peace. and may not be affected at all,
-should the attempt prove abruptly un-
successful. but should negotiations fol-
low, even if long drawn out with fight-
ing continuing, there will be added
caution manifested in purchases, al-
though throughout these have been
conducted generally with much con-
servatism. The decline in raw cot-
ton has had its effect on prices of cot-
ton fabrics, and tended to check any
further advances which had been
under consideration. In, the last
month or two thee has been a gen-
eral movement toward higher and
higher prices in nearly all lines. This
has subsided somewhat.
Motor stocks for a month 'or more
have been uniformly weak and have
declined out of proportion to other in-
dustrials.
The Market.
The stock market has had one of
the most thorough and beneficial
liquidations which it has experienced
for a considerable period, and it will
be a long time probably before it gets
again in danger from over-speculation.
Good stocks are now selling at attrac-
tive levels, and the sound situation in
the market makes advances extremely
likely.
266 STUDENTS GIVEN TEACHING
POSITIONS IN PAST YEAR
Statistics compiled by the appoint-
committee of the University for the
year 1915-1916 show that during the
past year 266 students have been
placed in teaching positions. The num-
ber of students who enrolled their
names with the appointment commit-
tee was 543, but 250 subsequently
dropped out. There still remain 27
students seeking positions.
The committee received 938 calls for
teachers and filled the following posi-
tiois: Superintendents, 13; high
school principles, 25; college positions,
24; normal school positions, 7. In
the high schools the following teach-1
ing positions were filled: Foreign
languages, 86; English, 72; history,
43; mathematics, 32; science, 42; com-
mercial subjects, 11; athletic in-
structors, 4; miscellaneous, 16.
PITTSBURG STUDENTS MUST
GET TICKETS AT UNION TODAY

Mat. flARR (1 Weekof
Wed. & Sat. UG RI I K i Dec.s
DETROIT
"The Only Girl"
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00- :30; Evening, 6:45,
8:75, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Tues.-i9.Wilfred Lucas in "The Rum-
my." Also Triangle Comedy, Chester
Conklin in"A Tugboat Romeo." Eve-
niug 15c.
Wed.2o- Douglas Fairbanks in "The
Habit of Happiness." Also Triangle
Comedy, Star Keystouers in "A Bath-
house Blunder."
Thur.-Fri.-21-22- Owen Moore and Mar-
guerite Courtot in "The Kiss." Also
Bray Cartoons.
A R CADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
ioc Unles Otherwise Specified.
Phone zg6-.M.
Tue.-19-Harold Lockwood and May Al-
lison in "Mister 44," (Ret.); Mutt and
Jeff Cartoon.
Wed.-2od-thel Clayton in "The Madness
of Helen"; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon. 15c-
Thu.-2i-Gladys Brockwell in "Sins of
Her Parents"; Chap. 8 of Gloria's Ro-
ance,"("The Mesh of Mystery.")i5c.

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A few days more for these
EXCEPTIONAL OFFERS

Delineator
Every body's

$2.00

FILLIS TROUPE
High School, Dancing and Jump-
ing Horses
JOHN L. RAY & CO.,
"Check Your Hat"
WILTON SISTERS
Eouthful Versatile Entertainers
WILLIE HALE & BROTHER
"Bits of Vaudeville"
Extra Special Attraction
VICTORIA FOUR
Vaudeville's Favorite Enter-
tainers

Woman's Home Companion
American Magazine f$2.00
Uach of these subscriptions may be sent
to different addresses.
Everyweek $.ooper year, 2subscriptions
for $i.50osent to different addresses.
The New Republic $4.00 per year, 17
weeks for $i.oo.
See
Jno. P. Sloan
Phone 1412-M 1009 E. Catherine St.
before ordering any magazines. He
can save you money.

What weM
do to Hats
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
wshape ha to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
Army Five Defeated by Crescent A. C.
West Point, N. Y., Dec. 18.-Two
Army teams went down to defeat on
the basketball court here. The Varsity
five lost a fast game to the Crescent
Athletic club of Brooklyn by a score
of 35 to 24, and in the preliminary
contest Yonkers high school won from
the Army's Plebe team, 18 to 13.
The main event was hard fought
throughout, the Army men leading at
half time, 17 to 14. The Crescents
out-played the Cadets in the second
period, sensational baskets by Nicklas
and H. Halstead figuring largely in
their uphill fight. Vidal made his de-
but at basketball today and performed
creditably.
Have C. H. Major & Co. decorate
those rooms during Christmas vaca-

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Prices 58c o ~

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EASTERN SPECIAL TICKETS
MAY STILL BE SECURED TODAY

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AT'S GOING ON

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Today
) o'clock-Technic out.
2 o'clock-Barristers' luncheon at
Union.
o'clock-Rehearsal of Japanese act'
"The Magic Carpet," Carah Cas-
l Angell hall.
o'clock-Rehearsal of dancers for
.e Magic Carpet," Sarah Caswell
ell hall.
:45 o'clock-Military training corps
mination for officerships next sem-
r, west medical amphitheater.
:30 o'clock-Fresh lit smoker at the
on.
30 o'clock-Adelphi meets in Adel-
rooms.
Tomor w
o'clock-Rotary club luncheon at
Union.
empt to Engage French Troupe
ttempts are ,being made by the
alty of the French department to
age a French troupe from Paris,
are now playing in Chicago, to
a performance in Ann Arbor soon
r vacation. The troupe played re-
ly at the' Universities of Wiscon-
and Illinois, and their work has
ived considerable praise.

Students desiring accommodations
on the eastern special may secure tick-
ets from 1:30 to 5:30 o'clock and from
7 to 9 o'clock today at the Union. They
will also be on sale at the Michigan
Central depot from 1 to 3 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon.
Women may secure tickets at New-
berry hall from 2 to 5 o' lock this
afternoon.
Party for Graduate Students Planned
Plans. for a skating or theater party
for graduate students in the Univer-
sity remaining in Ann Arbor during
the Christmas recess are under way.
Those who expect to stay in the city
during the entire vacation or part of
the time are requested to sign up at
the desk in the upper reading room of
the general Library by 3 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon. If a sufficient num-
ber sign up arrangements for a party
will be made.
Defective Pool Causes Sinus Disease
Iowa City, Dec. 18.-Several stu-
dents at the University of Iowa are
suffering from sinus trouble, and an
investigation of the university swim-
ming pool will be made to ascertain
if that is, by any possibility, the means
of spreading the infection.
Barristers Hold Informal Luncheon
The Barristers, senior law honorary
society, will hold the second of their
bi-weekly luncheons at 12 o'clock to-
day at the Union. Prof. J. S. Reeves
will talk.

tion.

Phone 237.

In searching your mind for a suit-
able gift, De Fries' Art Store should
be your first assistant. Down-town at
223 S. Main St. 17-19-20

Good Food
Quick Service

Dinner 30c
Supper 25c

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GRIDiDLE CAKES ANYTIME

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Why Not Get Up In a Warm House Th rrow Morning?

Pittsburg students wishing to leave
on .the special train to Pittsburg leav-
ing Ann Arbor at 7:23 o'clock tomor-
row evening must secure tickets at the
Union between 2 and 2 o'clock to-
day. This is the last opportunity
which will be given to secure the spe-
cial rate.
Technic to Appear on Campus Today
The Technic will be placed on sale
at 10 o'clock this morning to the
campus at large. The number is full
of interesting topics edited by the re-
tiring staff.
Prof. I. L. Sharfman Speaks to Ad Men
Prof. I. Leo Sharfman of the eco-
nomics department spoke at the busi-
ness-ad smoker held at the Michigan
Union last night. Music was furnished
by members of the club.
Weather Strips Put on "Y" Building
Weather strips are being placed on
the new "Y" building. The building
will be ready for occupancy the first
of the year.
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
use the Michigan Daily as their adver-
tising medium.
Use The Michigan Daily Want Ads
for results.

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Why not experience tomorw ad ew d iht feeling of con-
tentment by knowing your ho-c will h og You can, by
the aid of the Little Draft-Man. T is li d e uiided will have your
home nice and warm at any time you desire.
WHAT THE LITTLE DRT-MAN IS.
The Little Draft-Man is s a nd e itor; a mechanical
device which makes easy the reg L _ Jace durig the day and
removes all the shivers from the rising hur Th ittle Draft-Man 'will
operate any furnace-cannot get out of o . No ho n equipment is com-
plete without the Draft-Man.
SPECIAL TO STUDENTS.
The Little Draft-Man will a ke a fine Chrimas present for the folks
at home. Also a good opportunity to make mone during the holidays. Many
are making $8 and $12 a day right now. Come n and see us before going
home.
The Stalker Furnace Re or C pany.
515-35 Detroit Street, Ann Au, se

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Chigago

Milwaukee

Detroit

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Stationery
Complete
stock of
Crane's New
Styles
Stude

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Fountain Pcs
We Handie
Waterman's snd
Conlk in's
Best

Candles
Fresh Line
of Mworse's
and Gilbert's
just in.
Phone 1160 R

CHRISTMAS TIES
by "The Neckwear House of America"
LIBERTY AT '606

ants

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S. C. Schleede

1111 S. U.

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