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THE MI

vHIGAN DAILY

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ictly Correct Full Dress or
Evening Clothes

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for Amateur Finishing, Copying, Enlarging Lantern
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LAOR PARTY CHEERS
WILSON AT CONENTION
APPROVE JOINING WITH LLOYD-
GEORGE IN RECONSTRUC-
TION COALITION
Manchester, England, Jan. 23.-Men-
tion of the name of President Wilson
by D. G. Warder in opening the con-
ference of the labor party here today
was cheered for five noisy minutes.
The applause was spontaneous.
Action of Ministers Henderson,
Hodge and Barnes of the labor party
in joining with Premier Lloyd-George
in the forming of a reconstruction of
government was overwhelmingly ap-
provedbythe convention. The action
was denounced despite the fact that
such a joining with other political
parties is constructively in violation
of the labor party's tenets.
Edward Henderson, minister without
portfolio, andnmember of theaLloyd-
George war council, moved adoption
of the report justifying himself and
his associates in aiding Lloyd-George.
"In the national crisis," he said, "we
felt we should consider more what we
could give than what we could get."
He was greeted with cheers. E. C.
Sanchild, a Socialist laborite, de-
nounced Henderson and associates for
acting without the consent of the rank
of the labor party. He argued that
it was labor's duty to respond to the
demand for peace.
W. E. BIGGERS TO DELIVER
SECOND LECTURE TO TRYADS
Club Organizes to Handle Advertising
of Stalker Furnace Regulator
Company

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Mat. G A R R IOK
WEd. T O Sat.
DETROIT

Week of
Jan. 2

ALL THIS WEEK

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ARCADE
Shows at 3:f0o; 6S'o: 8:oo; 9:30
;- Unlnss Otherwise Specified.
Phine 296-M.
Mon.-Tue.-Wed.-22-23-24-Mary Pickford
in "The Pride of the Clan." 25C.
Thu..25-Gladys Coburn in "The Battle of
Life"; Chap. 13 of "Gloria's Romance"
("The Midnight Riot"). 15c.
Fri.-26-Iimmuy wehlen in "Vanity";
Drew Comedy.

C. W.- GRAhAM, Mgr.

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AEROPLANE SHOWS AT
SUBMARINE PRICES
NOITVA SIN
NO0W b !1 OW- i I N G
BEN ZOUG ZOUG TROUPE
World's Greatest Tumblers.
Direct from Gertrude Hoffman's
Show
BONNIE GAYLORD AND IVA
LANOTON
Two Cork-ing Girls
LEW AND MOLLIE HUNTING
In ' Variety Offering
LA VINE & INMAN
In Sally's Visit
Extra Added Attraction
KELLER MACK & ANNA EARL
In Original Songs and Sayings
Today.
L2 o'clock-Rotary club lunches at
e Union.
I o'clock-Fresh lit class assembly
auditorium of Natural Science build-
9.
1:15 o'clock-Prof. Robert Yerkes of
irvard university speaks in Tappan
11 on "Psychological Examining in
lation to Education."
6 o'clock-Tau Beta Pi dinner at the
lion.%
6:30 o'clock-Dress rehearsal of
illars of Society" in University hall.
9:30 o'clock-J-hop committee meets
the Union.
Tomorrow.
7:30 o'clock-C. R. Underhill lec-
res in room 348 Engineering build-
8 o'clock-"Pillars of Society" in
.liversity hall.
:30 o'clock-Presentation of dramas
Portmanteau theater in Pease audi-
'lum, Ypsilanti.
U-Notices.
Uhere will be no rehearsal of the
nd in U-hall tonight.
All band members who turned out
turday for the homecoming of Com-
ny I are invited to the banquet at
e Armory -tonight at 7:15 o'clock.
illltary training corps meeting to-
ght at 7 o'clock in Waterman gym-
sium. This will be the last meeting
r this semester. All the men who
tied up for the next semester are ex-
cted to be present.
Fresh Lt ducs will be collected at
sembly today.
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
e The Michigan Daily as their ad-
rtising medium.

FOREST SPECULATION IS
WASTING VISE RESOURCES
INCREASED LUMBER COSTS RE-
RESULT FROM OVER-
CUTTING
Washington, Jan. 23.-That un-
stable and partly speculative forest
ownership in the west and south is
the cause of frequent over-cutting of
the market and waste of forest re-
sources is announced by the forest
service in a report just off the gov-
ernment press. Too large stocks of
timber acquired from the public do-
main and too much timber speculation
mixed with the manufacture of lumber,
says the service, underlie the present
instability of the industry.
All this, the service points out, con-
cerns the lumber user. Many states
are paying dearly for lumber because
their own timber is largely used up
and outside supplies can be obtained
only at high costs for transportation.
With little being done to grow new
forests on cut-over lands, a more wide-
spread shortage of forest products is,
threatened in the future.
The forest service advocates vari-
ous forms of open price co-operation
among lumber manufacturers to make
the industry more efficient and check
wasteful over-production.
It is, however, strongly against
changes' in the present competitive
character of the business through com-
binations to control output or regulate
prices, even though advocated in the
name of conservation.
The report contains the boiled-down
conclusions of a study of timber own-
ership and the lumber business, under-
taken by the forest service to find out
how this business as conducted today
affects forest conservation and the in-
terests of the millions of users of
wood in the United States, and to see
whether the public policies for con-
serving the nation's forest wealth go
far enough. It is also sought to help
the industry solve the serious prob-
lems which confront it. Added weight
is given to the report by the concur-
rence in its publication of the federal
trade commission, which co-operated
with the forest service in the investi-
gation. The commission, however, re-
serves its specific conclusions or rem-
edies for a report of its own to be
published later.
A. F. of L.'s Own Men Threaten Strike
Washington, Jan. 23.-Union book-
keepers, stenographers, and typewrit-
ers employed by the American Federa-
tion of Labor threaten a strike unless
they are granted increased pay, a re-
duction in hours of labor, and a change
in the manner of adjusting differences
between, employers and employes.
Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.

i Oplieum ITheatre
Matires, 7o:-3:30; Evening, 6:45
3:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
WVed.-21-(Baby) Marie Osborne in
"Shadows and Sunshine." Also Com-
Thu.-Fri.-25-26-Cleo Ridgley and wallace
Cartoons.
Redin"'The Yelow Pawn" Also Bray
sat.-27- - arank Keenan and Enid Mar-
key in "Jim Grimsby's Boy." Also
Triangle Comedy. 15c.
GohewFloralC.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.

WHITNEY

FRIDAY, FEBRU, Y 2
"Drew in the best part he has had in years."-N. Y. Sun
JOHN D. WILLIAMS

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Presents

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In Langdon Mitchell's Comedy

MAJOR PENENNIS
From 'hackeray's Novel

Greenhouses-Observatory and
Vo~Tand St. Phone, 174-M.
What w
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Mr. Drew in a role delightfully unlike any he has ever played,
direct from memorable engagements at the Criterion Theatre
in New York and the Blackstone Theatre, Chicago.

W. E. Biggers, advertising manager
for the Hyatt Roller Bearing company
of Detroit, will deliver the second lec-
ture of the Tryads' course of advertis-
ing lectures, according to an announce-
ment"made in the meeting last night
in the Natural Science building. The
lecture will be given on the night of
Feb. 13 and will be free to all inter-
ested in the subject.
The club also organized itself into
the Tryads Advertising agency to
handle advertising and sales promo-
tion for the Stalker Furnace Regulator
company of Ann Arbor. Arthur E.
Hobbs, '19, is general manager of the
new concern. K. S. Keyes, '17, will
have charge of sales promotion, G.
L. Kesler, '17, of copy writing, E. H.
Felt, '18, of mediums, and Russell
Barnes, '20, publicity.
There is still opportunity for stu-
dents interested to find a place in the
agency and those interested are asked
to hand in their names together with
the department in which they want to
work at the next meeting.
SCHILISSEL, '17L, ELECTED TO
LEAD ADELPHI NEXT SEMESTER
Massnick, Goldstein and Braude Are
Chosen to Fill Other Posi-
tions in House
Members of the Adelphi house of
representatives met last night in the
Adelphi rooms and elected the follow-
ing officers for the second semester of
the college year: Speaker, Myron A.
Schlissel, '17L; clerk, Henry F. Mass-
nick, '18; treasurer, Jacob M. Braude,
'18; sergeant-at-arms, Charles L.
Goldstein, '17-'19L. Lrving S. Toplon,
'17-'19L, will continue to be the so-
ciety's representative the Oratorical
association. At the close of the meet-
ing an impromptu banquet was had at
one of the nearby confectionery stores.
The next meeting of the society will
take place on Tuesday evening, Feb.
13. It was definite *r decided upon to
rearrange the Adelphidroom so as to
build an amphitheater which is to be
furnished with individual desks for the
various members of the organization.
Shakespeare Class Presents Play
"The Comedy of Errors" was last
night presented in Sarah Saswell
Angell hall by Professor T. C. True-
blood's class in Shakespearean read-
ing. The presentation was one of two
which the class gives each semester.
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
use the Michigan Daily as their adver-
tiang medium.

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

PRICES:-50c-$2.00 MAIL ORDERS NOW I
Box Office open Wednesday, 10 A. M.
EDITORS ARE N01 COMMITTAL The Journal declared, "President
ON PRESIDENT WILSON'S NOTE Wilson is haunted with the fixed idea
of inaugurating the golden age of uni-
(Continued from Page One) versal brotherhood."

FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
Rcae Teatre
TONIGHT
William Fox presents
WILLIAM FARNUM
in
eeThe End of the Trail"
See Wm. Farnum at his best
ADMISSION - 10 CENTS

RUSSIA AUTHORIZES PURCHASE
OF REFRIGERATING PLANT
New York, Jan. 23.--Purchase in the
United States of refrigerating equip-
inent to the value of $30,000,000 to con-
serve and develop along economic lines
the fresh beef and dairy industry of
Russia has been authorized by the
Russian-American Conservation and
Industrial Stock company, backed by
the Russian government, according to
J. H. Gullak of Moscow, who arrived
here today on the steamship Bergens-
fjord from Bergen.

"We don't know what the president
means by 'freedom of the seas',"'said
the Westminster Gazette, "but in all
other respects his aims are ours, his
ideals ours."
French Press Critical.
Paris, Jan. 23.-The French press is
fairly critical today of President Wil-
son's address to the American senate.
All editorials agree in the general be-
lief that his message is not without
merit, but adjudged as Utopian be-
cause it is to be applied to Germany
and pan-Germanism.
The Matin's comment was typical:
"We agree with the principles Presi-
dent Wilson has enunciated," the edi-
torial asserted, "but there is a portion
of humanity on which the fact must be
forcefully impressed that it is mere de-
lusion to think that persuasion can be
effective."
"The declaration moves in the serene
domain of theory," declared the Echo
d'Paris. "Our friends across the At-
lantic, imagining our country invaded
and bleeding, must feel and will un-
derstand it is impossible for us to
join unreservedly in this fair voyage
into the azure."

COMFORT FOR HOPPERS ASSURED
Provision Made to Allow Sufficient
Dancing Space in Gym
Twenty square feet are to be al-
lowed each couple at this year's J-hop.
According to Waldo M. McKee, gen-
eral chairman of the Hop committee,
the gymnasium floor has been measur-
ed and this much space can be allowed
to each couple. According to all
available statistics, this is the mini-
mum space that should be allowed
for any two persons at a dance, so
that the floor would not be overcrowd-
ed.
Final arrangements for the party
are to be made at the meeting of the
Hop committee at 9:30 o'clock tonight
at the Union.

Hot
thing
prove

Egg Tomato Boullion. Some-
new and delicious. Make us
it. Bloomfield. N. University.
17-18-24-25

Use the advertising columns of the
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
best of Ann Arbor's buyers.

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Is it pretty well?

Does

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and let us give you the best repair work there is.

CLOTHES FOR J- HOP
You will find Grennan's custom clothes shop admirably
able to serve you with the most correct modes in suits, shirts,
ties, etc.

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