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Practical

Gifts

that please men.

1/Lx-
-0 e $ 1

DON'T
To

CALKIN'S

o Get Your

FORGEI

DRUG

CO.

Sheep Lined Coat
And
Patricks Mackinaw

Neckwear and Hosiery
in Individual Boxes.

t

At The

11

Wadhams & Co.

Main St.

State St.

Until the Last Shopping Days
before Christmas we shall continually receive new gift
things-that is why we can say with such certainty
that our stocks will be fresh and new for last-minute
shoppers as they were several weeks ago.

Main and Liberty

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Your Floral Needs--
Are BEST SATISFIED By Us
PfONE 115
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION

=COUSINS & HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

WE GRIND EYE GLASS
LENSES
IN OUR OWN SHOP

HALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS

OR. STEPHEN S. WISE TO
TALK AT UNION SERVICE
Noted Rabbi Will Speak on "Facing
Life," in Hill Auditorium
January 14
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, rabbi of the
Free Synagogue of New York City,
will be the speaker at the fourth an-
nual Union service to be held under
the auspices of the Jewish Student
congregation of the University, in Hill
auditorium, Sunday evening, Jan. 14.
Doctor Wise is a unique figure not
only among American rabbis, but also
in the whole American ministry. Com-
ing to New York from Portland, Ore.,
ten years ago, he established the Free
Synagogue, which in a phenomenally
short time grew to be one of the most
important and influential church or-
ganizations in the eastern metropolis.
The Sundaymorning service of the
Free Synagogue are held in the im-
mense Carnegie hall, and the hall is
packed every Sunday morning of the
year, as Doctor Wise is recognized as
one of the foremost pulpit orators in
New York. His congregation is made
up of every class of New Yrk's social
life, both Jew and non-Jew alike. Dur-
ing the course of the last year Doctor
Wise's pulpit has been occupied by
some of the country's most notable
men, including ex-President William
Howard Taft.
In his congregation are numbered,
among other prominent men, ex-Am-
bassador to Turkey Henry Morgan-
thou,nwho istpresident of the congre-
gation. In this connection it is in-
teresting to note that Abraii I. Elkus
Mr. Morgenthau's successor as ambas-
sador, is vice-president of the congre
gation.
The subject ofDoctor Wise's first
lecture in Ann Arbor will be "Facing
Life." Doctor Wise is much in de-
mand as a speaker in various univer-
sities throughout the country. He will,
for the second time this year, be one
of the chapel speakers at Cornell
AT THE GARRICK-l)ETROIT
As a pleasurable surprise to theater
goers, "The Only Girl," a musical
comedy success by Victor Herbert and
Henry Blossom will play a return en-
gagement in Detroit at the Garrick
theater all next week.
The play presents four bachelors
who in spite of protestations of life-
long chumship find their plans inter-
fered with by three young ladies, for
each proves to be the "only girl."
The fourth member, a young lib-
rettist, swears invincibility but in his
search for a suitable collaborator
finds that the logical person is a
charming girl with whom he enters
into a purely business contract for the
sake of his opera.
But the best intentions fail, and
soon in the face of his friends' domes-
tic troubles, he enters into a partner-
ship with his fair co-worker quite dif-
ferent from the one first fixed upon.
The company is said to be one of
exceptional brillance and includes
Ernest Torrence, Laura Arnold, Helen
Tyler, Adele Hassan, Miriam Carson,
Nettie Velie, Emanuel A. Turner,
Richard A. Bartlett, Alfred Fisher;
Frank Coombs and others.
AT THE MAJESTIC
Boyle Woolfolk's Vanity Fair of
1917 will feature the show at the Ma-
jestic the latter part of the week. Van-
ity Fair is a revue in seven scenes
and has very elaborate stage setting.

Jack Trainor, the comedian who has
often appeared in Henpecked Henry,
will play that role in Vanity Fair.
The setting for the last scene is in
a Moorish villa. The costumes for the
show are sair to be very beautiful.

COMPLETE ORGANIZATIN
FOR TICKET CANVASS
Every One on Campus Will Hae a
"Magic Carpet" Pasteboard If
Plans Work Out
Complete organization will charact-
erize the ticket campaign to be
launched immediately after the Christ-
mas holidays by the Cosmopolitan
club for their production "The Magic
Carpet," on Jan. 12, 1917, at Hill audi-
torium.
The men in control have labored es-
pecially to, make this campaign very
inclusive so as to reach every stu-
dent on the campus. The organization
of the ticket campaign will be compos-
ed of numerous small factions, each of
which is to contribute its share to
~Make up the unified whole.
The appointments are as follows:
General campus committee, Raymond
Langley, '18E; fraternity committee,
Arthur Ziger, '19, and Thomas Atkin-
son, '17L; sorority committee, Alice
Worcester, '18; faculty committee,
Fred Adams, '17; theatergoers com-
mittee, Harry Johnson, '17L; Martha
Cook committee, Elizabeth Doughty,
'19; Newberry committee, Evelyn
Moore, '17; store and table commit-
tee, Harry Cossitt,,'19.
The general officers for "The Magic
Carpet" follow: General manager,
Herbert King, '18; production manag-
er, Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson; business
manager, Reuben Houseman, '19; ad-
vertising manager, Roscoe Rau '18;
publicity manager, Clarence Roeser,
'19, and Charles Wilner, '19; orchestra
manager, Abraham Gornetzky, '17;
program manager, Louis Freidenberg,
'19; master of properties, J. P. Adams,
'19; mnaster of costumes, L. J. Crby,
'17L.
EXPECT ANN ARBOR RED CROSS
SEAL SALES TO REACH $4,000
Detroit May Get Rid of 4,000,000 Seals
Before End of Cam-
paign'
With the last lap of the year's sale
of Red Cross seals already entered
upon, $4,000 is looked for from the
Ann Arbor sales alone.
Up to now the majority of the work
of both the Y. W. C. A. and the state
office of the Michigan Anti-tubercu-
losis association has consisted in 'the
shipment of seals to the various
agencies throughout the state. Today
for the first time, substantial monetary
returns have begun to pour in. From
the state $650 was received in today's
mail alone, which establishes a rec-
ord for one day for the present sea-
son, while at the Y. W. C. hAthere-
turns are consistently high from
Washtenaw county and the $1,000
looked for will be easily passed be-
fore the entire returns arrive:
Michigan is expected to sell at least
4,000,000 seals, considering the entire
state as a unit, of which total more
than half must -be' credited to Detroit.
That city had already received nearly
2 000,000 seals when it telephoned in
yesterday morning for 500,000 more.
This high sale is credited to a great
extent to the efforts of the public
schools. For several years now the
association has been attempting to get
permission from the Detroit authorities
to place the seals in the schools, but
until this year the effort was unsuc-
cessful.
With the help of the schools the
normal sale has been augmented, and
this, combined with the general pros-

perity, has helped make this year the
most successful in the history of the
movement, for Detroit and Michigan.
Have C. H. Major & Co. decorate
those rooms during Christmas vaca-
tion. Phone 237. tf

MODERN BARBER SHOP
3 32 Slate St.

FRANK C. BOLIH, Prop.

Electric Auto Heater--Keeps Your Engine Warm
Costs very little to operate
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
if its not Rigat we make it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington St.
Skates and Skating Shoes
A complete line of all the popular makes
The supply is limited so make your selection
early.
GEO. J. MOE
.SPORTySHOP"T
7,11 M. Usilveraslty Ave. Next To Areade The e,.*z-

8 FINGERS
and
2 THUMBS

J. F. WUERTII CO.
New Day Light Storernext to Orpheum

Learn To Typewrite
with

A Particular Place
for Particular People.

And Without Looki tg at
the Macine at
Hamilton Business College
State and William

The
Cyc-Corpus Juris
System

PUBLISHED BY
The Ameroah Law Book Co,
27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK.
MUST KNOW OIL TO GET JOB
Two Civil Service Positions Open to
Men Who Recognize Petroleum

FORM FT
, BERW CKK
3r COL[LARS
Sare curve cut tofitthdw siwukie
Mcty. 15 CCnts each 6fir9%.
CLUETT PEABODY &CO: NC9tak',.
Graduation from a recognized high
school and two years in, charge of cost
accounting, covering drilling forand
producing oil and gas, and the manu-
facture of gasoline from natural gas
oil, are the prerequisites for consider-
ation for the second position. Special
credit will be given for experience in

your
6(rimas
(any

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Announcement of the civil service
examinations to be held Dec. 26,'19169, connection with refineries.
I Examinations will also be given for
have been posted. The two positions 1ten men to investigate the foreign
open are those of petroleum econo- marketg t
mist and petroleum accountant. These marks.
positions pay from $1,800 to $2,500 and I
are open to male applicants . IIn searching your mind for a suit-
To be eligible for the first positiou, able gift, De Fries' Art Store should
graduation from a high school of re- be your first assistant. Down-town at
cognized standing and two years ex-- 223 S. Main St. 17-19-20
perience in gathering or compiling
statistics relating to the petroleum Dancing teacher wanted. Call at 711
industry is necessary. Packard. Phone 1850 F-1. tf
have Copy .Leave Copy
at a
L AaS Ft Students'
Qurry-s and
T, Dlt A DV E R T 1 S 1PNIG

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N
i~keyb
inum
SWeig
SNear
high
TYI
I322S

'ote These Modern Features
Visible writing, two color ribbon, universal
board, backspacer, ball bearing carriage, alum-
m frame, keyboards for foreign languages.
ghs six pounds with special carrying case.
rly ioo,ooo in use. Price $50.00.
Your old typewriter will be taken in exchange.
I sell, rent, buy or exchange all makes of
i grade typewriters.
xpert cleaning and repairing a speciality.
.pewriting a n d Mimeographing

CORONA

4
2
O

O. D.
South State St.

MORRILL
(Over Batliniore Lunch)

"Everyti

ing for the Ty pewriter"\
14AP

FOUND
FOUND- A good fountain pe n on
So. University Ave., Monday :night.
Owner can have same by ideutify-
ing it and paying for this ad. Call
583-M. 20
FOUND-Fountain pen found on. ca n-
pus. Call Mr. Donnel, 1741-M. 20
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Pomeranian toy pappies,
five months old, small stock, pedi-
greed, ideal Christmas present. Call
any evening or Sunday, 210 Beakes.
19-20

WANTED
WANTED-"Ann Arbor Wet Wash"
family washings. Wet wash 3c lb.
Dry wash 5c lb. Weighed dry. Phone
1516-J. 17-19-20
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. MORRILL, 322 S. State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch). 582-J.

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.....

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A Victor Record Dance Hit

Senior Lits to iold Smoker Jan. 16
Announcement was made yesterday
by Harold A. Fitzgerald, chairman of
the senior lit social committee, that
the first activity of the class would be
in the form of a smoker to be held
on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 1917. On the
first Friday in March, the class dance
will be held. Further particulars for
the dance will be announced im-
mediately after vacation.
Open evenings until Christmas,
Wahr's Bookstores. 19-201

NO. 35593

Discuss .Reviews at Zoological Club
At the regular meeting of the Zoo-
logical Journal club last night, in
room 231 of the new Science building,
Dr. G. R. La Rue and William K. Bow-
en, '17, read reviews on "The Biologi-
cal Monograph" and "The Parsito-
logy."
We can supply you with anything
known to the wall-paper and paint
trade. C. H. Major & Co. tf
A big new sfock of 1917 cal'endars
(for picture inserts) at 1915 prices.
Lyndon's. Sun-eod
The Michigan Daily for service.

Mdley

Waltz

One Fleeting Hour!
I'm A-Longirn' Fo' Yo u!
Only a, Your Ago!

rin ell Bros. us s. plain St.
chrtstmas reetinMs Photne 1707 New Years Pleasures

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

tf

Twelve Delighted Friends
eliminating

Studio 319 E. Huron
Make Appointments N(

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