New LOt Just Received
Dark Brown Cordovans
$3.50 to $5
GO TO ANN ARBOR'S LEADING
for Amateur Finishing, Copying, Enlarging Lantern
Slides etc. A complete and fresh stock of Eastman
Kodaks and Supplies always on hand.
L Y N D 0 ' S 7191N. University Ave.1
DETECTIVES SEEK THAW
IN FRED GRUMP MATTER
Wed. & Sat.
ALL THIS WEEK
Walk-Over Boot Shop
We can save 11 S. Main St. Skates fastened
you money Gratis
in Pittsburg Declares Man
Way to New York to
Give Himself Uip
Sit Early For Your "MICHIGANENSIAN"
.ter - 1MAIN TUD1UM/
1546-48 Broadway New York, N.Y
Unsurpassed Accomodations for
"Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
619.E. Liberty St. PIIONE 948-W
A PAIR of PANTS
with every S U I T or overcoat
Ward's Klassy Kut Klothes
Dan Massina, Mgr. 118 E. HURON ST.
esar Was a Tough Nut
the Briton to crack--and his "Comment-
es" are even worse for the modern college
. Reading them calls for a keen brain 'i a
od body. School and college prblems are
sy for the lad who eats
I beeps a clear brain and supple, elastic muscles
dy for the combat in class room or athletic field.
redded Wheat contains all the nutritive material
the whole wheat grain and its daily use keeps the
mach sweet and clean and the bowels healthy
I active. It is the favorite food of men and women
o do things with hand or brain. It is on the train-
table of nearly every college and university in the
ited States and Canada. Deliciously satisfying and
taining when served with milk or cream, or in corn-
ation with fresh fruits. It contains more real nutri-
nt than meat or eggs and costs much less.
Made only by
hredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
New York, Jan. 10.-~A copy of
the indictment against Harry K.
Thaw will be telegraphed to Pitts-
burg and Detroit tonight, it was
announced at the district attor-
ney's office this afternoon.
New York, Jan. 10.-While detectives
from the district attorney's office were
watching all incoming trains and
searching other eastern cities for
Harry K. Thaw, a third indictment was
being drawn today, as a result of
charges made against the slayer ,,of
Stanford White, that he flogged Fred
Gump, a Kansas City boy, in a hotel
here in December.'
Thaw's attorney in Pittsburg de-
clared he was enroute to New York to
give himself up. District Attorney
Swann hoped this might be true, but
in the meantime was preparing ex-
tradition papers which were to be
rushed to the state in which Thaw is
first located. Frank P. Walsh, former
chairman of the industrial relations
committee, who placed the criminal
charge against Thaw, returned from
Philadelphia during the morning.
Oliver S. Brower, arrested in Phila-
delphia yesterday, and who was found
to have papers apparently belonging to
Thaw, is the third man who will be
indicted, it is understood.
Brower and O'Byrne Not Same Man.
The authorities are convinced that
Brower, and the George O'Byrne in-
dicted yesterday, are two different
men, and a search will now be made
for the latter. Young Gump returned
to New York with Walsh. He is de-
clared to have been forced by Thaw
to sign a statement declaring that he
deserved the flogging he received.
Walsh said Gump was not able to iden-
tify Brower as the man who was with
Thaw, as it was in reality O'Byrne who
Pittsburg Police Want Indictments
Pittsburg, Jan. 10.-The Pittsburg
police today refused flatly to arrest
either Harry K. Thaw or George
O'Byrne, his secretary, until copies of
the indictments found against the two
men in New York have beentreceived.
S. Lee McBride, secretary to Super-
intendent of Police Noble Matthews,1
so wired the New York authorities
following receipt of a telegram asking
the Pittsburg police to apprehend thet
When informed later that the New
York authorities were telegraphing the
indictments, Secretary McBride said:
"We will submit the telegrams to
City Solicitor O'Brien for an opinion.
We will not act at all until he hasI
advised us." This, it is said, will ber
done tomorrow. It was understood
that the Pittsburg police were deter-
mined not to act without full warrant.
LELAND POWERS TO
RECITE SHAW'S PLAY
Leland Powers, the founder of the
Leland PowersvSchool of the Spoken
Word, will give a recital of George
Bernard Shaw's "The Devil's Disciple,"
in University hall next Saturday night,
Jan. 13. '
This is Mr. Power's twentieth visitt
to Ann Arbor, and his former appear-
ances to Ann Arbor audiences have.
found favor. Even in the winter of1
1914, when the sudden changing of the
date for the annual Christmas vacationt
left him without the possibility of ex-
pecting an audience of students, he
read to an excellent house of Ann Ar-6
Seats went on sale yesterday at
Wahr's book store. The general ad-
mission charge is 35 cents and a lim-
ited number of seats have been re-
served at 50 cents.
"The Rivals" Given Tonight at Hudson
A recital of "The Rivals" will be
given by Prof. D. T. Hollister at Hud-
Get our Fraternity house store price
list. The Delta. wed-eod
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
*oc Unless *terwise Specified.
Tu.-9- NAZIMOVA in "WAR BRIDES"
8 parts. 250.
Wed. - io -Ethel Clayton and Carlyle
Blackwell in "Broken Chains"; Mutt
and Jeff Cartoon.
Thur.-iJune Caprice in "The Mischief
Maker"; Chap. ii of "Gloria's Ro-
mance" ("The Fugitive Witness"). i5c
Fri.-12-Charles Richman in "The Battle
Cry of Peace."
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
Thurs.-Fri.-ix-2--Dustin Farnum in
"A Son of Erin." Also Bray Car-
Sat.- 13-LouiseGla mand Howard Hick-
man in "Somewhere in France." Also
Triangle Comedy. i~c
Sun.-Mon.-14-13Mae Murry in "The
Plow Girl." Also Holmes Travels.
W hat we
d0 to rats :.
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the head
We clan and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORB
617 Packkrd Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
PICKET WILSON HOM]
Suffragists to 4'radually Increase rut
Protestors to -Number
--A -A 2 A r rA-
A N NA RBO R
4 DAYS c°mEnc'"g SUNDAY NIGHT
" ...TWICE DAILY......2:15 and 8:15 P. M.
EVENINGS....25o, 0 0, 765, $1, and $1.50
MATINEES.........,....25o, S0o and 750
Seat Sale Opens Thursday at 1:00 P. M.
WILLIAM FOX rsent~
e NCOM , Z 3YBX
Sheehan & Co.
C. W. QRAhAM, Mgr.
Washington, Jan. 10.--An idea of
the earnestness with which the con-
gressional union for women suffrage
intends to go into its picketting of the
White House, came today when it
was announced the silent sentinels
would be increased until 3,000 will be
surrounding the executive mansion
grounds by inauguration day, March
5. At 1 o'clock this afternoon the
morning watch was supplemented y
the guard mount squad which will re-
main on duty until six this afternoon.
It was learned at the White House
this afternoon with President Wilson
will ignore the sentinels so long as
they confine themselves merely to
nore the sentinels so long as they con-
fine themselves merely to sentinelling
NEW ZEPPELIN CONCEALED
BY GAS AND IS NOISELESS
London, Jan. 10.-A Daily News dis-
patch from Geneva says: "The new
Zeppelin, L-40, according to the Neue
Zuricher Zeitung, made a trial flight
Saturday over Lake Constance. The
Zeppelin emitted dense gas clouds with
the result that it was invisible during
the greater part of the flight. The pro-
peller was noiseless and the airship
could not be heard.
One of Henry's Large Family Injured
A Ford touring car tried to do in-
jury to thetpoleat the cornertof North
University and State street yesterday
morning ,with disastrous results to
both. The car skidded in turning the
corner and the fenders and front axle
suffered badly. The pole was broken
off just below the ground level, carry-
ing the trolley wire with it. The Uni-
versity cars were delayed until the mo-
tormen succeeded in fastening the wire
to a nearby tree.
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
611 E. William St. 5tf
SUBLIME MUSIOAL S OOBR 1
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EXTRA WINTER "THE
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MARY MILES MINTER
"A Dream or Two Ago"
r r or
AT'S GOING ON
'clock-Rehearsal of act four of
rs of Society," U-hall auditorium.
5 o'clock-Dr. E. de Martonne lec-
, auditorium of Natural Science
'clock-Prof. J. R. Brumm lec-
'clock--Meeting of all the ticket
s for "The Magic Carpet" will
Id in room 203 U-hall. Every one
tickets must be present.
0> o'clock - Meeting of the
cher Verein in the Verein rooms.
o'clock-Classical club meets,
A Memorial hall.
'clock-Rehearsal of act two of
mr of Society," room 205 U-hall.
clock-"The Magic Carpet," Hill
t prices in town to Fraternity,
stores. The Delta. wed-eodI
All members of the Inlander staff
whose names appear on the editorial
page will meet this noon at Rentsch-
ler's studio for staff picture.
Coral Union ushers report for "Mag-
ic Carpet" in Hill auditorium Friday.
Men who made the Glee club trip
come to the office, 160 Natural Science
building, at 4 o'clock today, to cash in
JUNIOR GIRLS TURN OUT IN
LARGE NUMBERS FOR PARTY
More than 100 junior girls attended
their "get acquainted" party in Bar-
bour gymnasium yesterday. The com-
mittee in charge were Helen Brown,
Helen Nipps, and Louise Irish.
Announcement was made of a party
February 17, to be given by the fresh-
men for the junior girls at which fresh-
men will act as escorts.
The try outs for the junior girls' play
will take place the first week of next
semester in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Shown Mistake in Handling Resoruces
"Michigan's Costly Mistake in Han-
dling Its Lumber Resources" is the
subject of Prof. L. J. Young's lecture
on the University extension course to-
morrow night at Canton.
Buy Fraternity house store supplies
at the Delta. wed-eod
shampoos and scalp treatment for
falliig hair go to Mrs. J. R. Trojanow-
ski, 1110 S. University, side entrance.
Phone 696-W. 5- two wks
0. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
Get our Fraternity house store price
list. The Delta. wed-eod
You will find everything to suit your needs.
Give us a trial and we will satisfy you.
We develop films for 10.
1111 So. Univ. Tel. 1160-R
Opp. Eng. Arch'