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January 18, 1917 - Image 6

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'ordo bans -- Cordovans
New Lot Just Received

GO TO ANN ARBOR'S LEADING
COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER
for Amateur Finishing, Copying, Enlarging Lantern
Slides etc. A complete and fresh stock of Eastman
Kodaks and Supplies always on hand.
L 04DPN ' S 719 N. University Ave.

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Women
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you money 115 . am 1 . Gratis
SENIOR S
Sit Early For Your "MICHIGANENSIAN"
PICTURE AT

"I3EO KN 1J SOLUTION" ISSUE
01 (.ARGOYLE OUT TOMORROW
Covr De ign Shows Winter Scene in
Brown and White; Many
Small Drawings
The January number of the Gar-
goyle will make its appearance around
the campus and in the book stores
Friday, Jan. 19. The issue is billed
as the "Broken Resolution" number
and the customary double page shows
the pictures of some of the members
of the swear-off league, and the re-
sults of their resolutions.
The cover design is by Reed E.
Bachman, '20, and shows a winter
snow scene in brown and white col-
ors. A page of skating poses, another
full page drawing with many excel-
lent hints on how the enjoyments of
college life may be improved, and the
usual number of smaller drawings are
found in the art department of the
magazine.
Anticipating the demand that will
arise with the knowledge that the Gar-
goyle of this month has the power to
remove all worry and dread concern-
in_ the coming examinati:s, an extra
large number of copies will be printed,
and placed on sale.
TO RECEIVE FACULTY FEB. 14

Mat. W eek of
Wed. & S G A R R I R KJan. 15
DETROIT
KATIN KA"

ALL THIS WEEK

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MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway New York, N.Y
Perfect Portraitures

Shows at 3:00: 6:3o: 8:oo: 9:30
inc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 2g6-M.
Tue.-16-Mabel Taliaferro in "Thl Dawn
rof Love." (Ret.) ; Mutt and Jeff
E4Cartoon.
Wed.-17-Clara Kimball Young in "The
Rise of Susan"; Mutt and Jeff cartoon.
15c.
Thu.-i8- Theda Bara in "The Vixen";
Chap. 12 of "Gloria's Romance" ("Her
Fighting Spirit") r~c
tOrpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:oo-330: Evening, 6:45,
8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous,
Thu.-Fri.-i8-i-9-annie Ward in "The
Years of the Locust." Also Bray Car-
toons.
Sat.-20-Bessie Barriscale in "A Corner
in Colleens." Also Triangle Comedy
15c.
Sun.-Mon.-21-22-Marguerite Clark in
"Miss George Washington." Also
Holmes Travels. rsc.

Sheehan &Co.
C. W. CRAh.AM, Mgr.

Unsurpassed Accomodations for
Group Photographs.
"Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.
619 E. Liberty St. PHSONE . 94 -W

W HITNEAT
SATURDAY (Matinee and Night) JAN. 20

An Unusual

Musical Comedy. Direct from-200 performances Longacre
Theatre, New York.

Not Too Late

Yet

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e are maintaining splendid assortments throughout our
E. Huron St. W 0 0 L E N S 118 E. Huron St

What we
do to Hats <

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$17.00,upto $60.00
Made right on our premises

Ward'sKilassy'Kut Kiothes
Merchant Tailor of the Better Glass
J
STARTING TONIGHT
L A ST YEAR'S BIG SUCCESS

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Little

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A Musical Show that has plenty Songi, Dances
and Comedy.
Pretty Girls Special Scenery
.GET YOUR SEATS IN "ADVANCE

Hold Dinner a Union Yesterday and
Ouitianu Plays
The faculty reception which is given
annually by the university women of
the league houses will be held Feb. 14
in Barbour gymnasium.
At a supper attended by league
house heads yesterday evening in Bar-
bour gymnasium, the plans of the so-
cial committee were outlined by Julia
Heideman, '18, chairman. Three hun-
dred and fifty university women who
reside in league houses have handed
in lists of their professors or instruct-
ors and invitations will be sent to them
and their wives, as well as to the
matrons of the vai'ious league houses
and to ministers and their wives.
House heads are urged to communi-
cate with Ethel Vail, '17, chairman of
the house heads, with Dean Jordan,
or the chairman of the social commit-
tee in making their arrangements.
Lil iTOiN ) IUNiTIONS FIRM GETS
CONTi:lrA FOR U. S. ORDER
(Continued from Page One.)
Washington, Jan. 17.-The schooner
Augustus Wells is in distress off Cape
Lookout, according to a report to the
United States coast guard today. The
coast guard cutter Seminole is stand-
ing by to render necessary assistance.
London, Jan. 17, ; Grave disturb-
ances quelled only by use of troops
have forced closing of the railway
station at Cologne, according to the,
central news dispatches today from
Geneva. The closing has been in ef-
fect three days.
Washington, Jan. 17. -Representa-
ative Emerson, of Ohio, today intro-
duced a resolution for investigation
of the New York stock exchange by
four representatives equally divided
as to politics, and authorizing them
to report legislation "to prevent
erauds." A $50,000 appropriation is
asked.
PLAN ORGANIZATION OF ALL
CONGREGATIONAL STUDENTS'
About 120 students were banqueted
cast night in the dining rooms of the
congregational church, at which time
a general organization was p rfected.;
Lloyd C. Douglas acted in The ca-
pacity of toastmaster, calling for
toasts from the following: V. H. Wells,
Evangeline Bradley, '17, and Mrs. J.t
W. Scholl. Results of the election of
officers of the new organization will
be announced at the church next Sun-
day.
NAVAL1 RESERVES RENDER LAST
SALUTE TO ADMIRAL DEWEY

FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
9Rae Theatre
TOMORROW
Tillie's Punctured Romance

WITH
CHAPLIN-DRESSLER
and MABLE NORDMAN
Greatest Chaplin ever produced

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WHITNEY T 4 E
TONIGHT

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First Show 2 P. M.,

.ast Show 9:30 P. M.

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 clean and reblock hats

WHAT'S GOING ON

auditorium.
2 to 5 o'clock-Final4
ing election blanks in

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By IC aUoLs ani coiposers of 'Auele" and- "Alma"
CAST OF ABSOLUTE DISTINCTION
Beth Groves-Young, Willis Claire, Betty Barnell, Fred Frear, Geraldine
Malone, Tom Collins, Clara Thrupp, Leland Stearns, Jewel Taylor, Marc
E. Dorsey, Bertram Parry, Harry Marks, Angelo Romeo, and other
Musical Comedy Favorites.
Singing Organization of Special Merit. Scenic Splendor
Gorgeous Costumes. Attractive Clever Girls Galore.
PRICES:-50c-75c-$1.00 Matinee 50c-75c-$1 .50 Night

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day for secur-
lit college at

TodayI
8:30 to 12 o'clock-Registrar's office'
f lit department open for election
lanks.
10 o'clock--Gleaner convention at
il auditorium.
11 o'clock-Prof. L. M. Gram lec-
ures to structural engineers.
3 o'clock-Rehearsal of act two of'
Pillars of Society," University hall'
iditorium.1
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of act three ofI
Pillars of Society," University hall
iditorium.
7:30 o'clock-Senior lit. smoker at
nion.

registrar's office.
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of act four of
"Pillars of Society," University hall
auditorium.
8 o'clock-Chicago-Michigan debate
in Hill auditorium.
U-Notices.-
All candidates for the fresh lit
hockey team are requested to com-
municate with J. R. Reilly, '20, before
5 o'clock Friday night.
Senior lits may pay their dues to-
day in the corridor of the general Li-
brary from 3 to 5 o'clock.
TO STOP RCOViESS IN HONOR
OF LATE ADMIRAL GEO. DEWEY

TUETONIC SEA RAID IN SOUTH
MAKES 23 SHIPS PRIZES
(Continued from Page One)'
not listed; St. Sael, not listed; Snow-
don Grange, not listed; Gailiy, not
listed.
Americans on Georgic
Philadephia, Jan. 17.-Several Am-
ericans were aboard the steamer
Georgic, one of the victims of the
German raider. The vessel sailed
from here Dec. 3, with a consignment
of horses for Liverpool and Brest. She
carried a crew of 114 men. The
horses were valued at $250,000. The
vessel was 557 feet long, 60 foot beam
and was built in 1895. Her tonnage
was 10,077.
Admiralty Makes Plan
Washington, Jan. 17.-The British
admiralty is working out a plan for
conveying British merchantmen
through Atlantic waters by fast cruis-
ers and sea-going destroyers, it was
learned today.
No attempt was made by British
diplomats here to hide their concern
over the wholesale ship sinking byl
a German raider in south Atlantic
waters. "The alarming feature of the:
incident," one official said, "is that the
repetition of the feat is not at all
impossible."
Galveston, Jan. 17.- Rumors were
current in shipping circles here this
afternoon that the Swedish steamers
Consul Corfitzon and Consul Olsson,
and *the Norwegian steamer Arborg,
all of which sailed from this port in
November, have been sunk by the new
German raider.

A PRESCRIPTION FOR THE BLUES
CO M POUN DEDy-EH P O
B y A VE RY HOP W O OD

SELWYN & COMPANY
Producers of "Within the Law," "Under Cover"
"Twin Beds," "Under Sentence, and Margaret
Illington in "The Lie," etc., etc., etc.
PRESENT
THEIR ANNUAL LAUGH FESTIVAL
Fair AND

The Comedy that ran over one year at the Harris (Selwyn & Co.'s own)
Theatre, N. Y., and broke all records for big business.
Now playing at the Cort Theatre, Chicago,

PRICES: 50c - 75c - $1.00 - $1.50

Boxes $2.00

SEATS NOW ON SALE

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7:30 o'clock-L. W. Bronfon lectures
o members only of the A. I. E. E. in
oom 246 of the Engineering building.
:30 o'clock-Poetry club meets
ercle Francais room, south wing,
-hall.
7:30 o'clock-Meeting of Christian
olence society in Newberry hall.
7:30 o'clock-Acolytes meet in room
)6, West hall.
8 o'clock-Junior engineer assembly,
oom 348 Engineering building.
8 o'clock-Menorah study circle
eets, room 162 Natural Science. build-

(Continued from Page One.)
Chairman Tillman of the senate naval
committee, and Chairman Padgett of
the house committee immediately
moved adjournment on Saturday. After
sending his communication to con-
gress, President Wilson issued the
following executive order:
President's Order.
"As a token of respect to the mem-
ory of Admiral George Dewey, who
died at his residence in this city yes-
terday, Jan. 16, at 5:56 o'clock, it is
hereby ordered that the national flag,

URGE MILITARY TRAINING MEN
TURN OUT FOR LAST MEETING
Every member of the military train-
ing corps is urged to be out at next
Wednesday night's drill, as it will be
the last of the semester. The promot-
ers of the organization will have some
important announcements in regard to
next term's work to make. It is.pos-
sible that the army officer to be de-
tailed by the war department as teach-
er of military science in the Univer-
sity will be present at this meeting.

At the regular weekly drill held last
night, the corps assisted the naval re-
serves in a salute to Admiral Dewey.
Regular Assembly at the Armory
Saturday night. 18-19
° Hot Egg Tomato Boullion. Some-
thing new and delicious. x Make us
prove it. Bloomfield. N. University.
17-18-24-25
0. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
S. State. 'Phone 1718-J. tues-eod

8 o'clock-Kneisel quartet concert be displayed at half mast before all
Ypsilanti. ppblic buildings and at all courts, mili-
9 o'clock-R. Rutledge speaks at tary posts, and naval stations, and on
nior engineer assembly in room 348 all vessels of the United States in com-
ngineering building. mission, until after the funeral shall
Tomorrow. have taken place; and that on the day
1 o'clock-Rehearsal of act three of of the funeral the executive offices in
?illars of Society," University hall the city of Washington be closed."

A last salute to the late Admiral
George Dewey, flag officer of the naval
forces of the United States, was ren-
dered last night by the University
naval reserves. The battalion flags
were dipped as the corps stood at at-
tention and taps was sounded, accom-
panied by the rolling of drums.
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