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The Cadet

Ruthless-Ruthless-Ruthless
That is the word that describes Lyndon's Kodak Sale.
A New Bargain every day. Look them over.
"I may be crazy, but I am going to sell these 50 shop worn Kodaks."

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Classic
ing line
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he Cadet is a Walk-Over
c- a model with strik-
es that is as comfortable
as a "broad shape" on
most feet. The price of
leather continues to
advance rapidly - better
get fitted soon-our pre-
sent prices range from $6
to $7.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Today
to 12 o'clock-Junxor girls' play
uts in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
30 o'clock- Freshman party for
or advisors in Barbour gymnas-
30 to 5:30 o'clock--catholic Stu-
's' club dance at Packard academy.
30 o'clock - Regular chess club
ting in room 173 natural science
ding.
o'clock - Meeting of the Upper
m Bible class at 444 South State
et.
30 o'clock-Craftsmen club meets
he Masonic temple.
Tomorrow
30 o'clock-Dr. C. F. Aked speaks
he First Presbyterian church.-
ular Vance Held at Union Tonight
iere will be the regular Saturday
.t dance at the Union tonight. The
mittee in charge of this dance
lists of: H. G. Gault, '17L, chair-
; G. Hurley, '18L, W. J. Piggott,
W. Plummer, '19E.
he "Standard" Loose Leaf Note
k. All sizes at Wahr's University
kstore. 13-18

FRNCE PUTS MAXIMUM
PRICES ON PRODUCTS
FOOD MINISTRY DECIDES PRICE
OF MILK SHALL NOT
EXCEED 10 CENTS
Paris, Feb. 16.-The food ministry
has decided that from Feb. 19 maximum
prises are to be fixed throughout
France for milk, butter, and cheese.
In the department of the Seine, includ-
ing Paris, the price of milk must not
exceed 10 cents for a liter (about a
pint and three-quarters) if bought in
a shop, or 11 cents delivered. The
maximum prices for butter very from
$1.12 to $1.34 per kilo (roughly two
pounds) according to the quality and
source.
The only cheese prices fixed so far
are Camembert, from 13 cents to 26
cents the small box, according to qual-
ity, and Point Leveque at slightly high-
er prices. All prices must be con-
spicuously displayed in the shops con-
cerned.
Britain to Cut Imports.
London, Feb. 16.-Premier Lloyd-
George will make on Monday an im-
portant statement with reference to
the further restriction of imports and
the encouragement of agriculture, in
view of the submarine menace. It is
understood that, while the list of pro-
hibited imports will be extensive and
cover many trades, there will be no
sudden reducation to the bare neces-
saries of life.
The prohibitions will be made at the
instance of the controller of shipping,
after careful consideration of the ton-
nage available and the risks to be run,
and are intended to provide a margin
of safety for a varied and ample food
supply.
World's Largest Span Thrown Open
Portland, Ore., Feb. 16.- The long-
est structure spanning a stream any-
where in the world was thrown open
here at noon today, across the new
interstate bridge over the Columbia
river.
Buy Kahn or Cambridge tailored
clothes for spring, and get cash-cou-
pons. Davis, at 119 Main. 13-17-18

BACHE REVIEW TALKS
ON U,.S WAR QUESTION
NAVY MORE PREPARED THAN ANY
OTHER DEPARTMENT SAYS
TRADE JOURNAL
"The country is facing war. In war
times a nation depends upon three
great factors, the army, the navy, and
the railroads," says the Bache Review.
"In the United States today the navy
is more advanced in preparedness
than any other department, and is
pushing further preparations. As to
the army, we are neither prepared nor
getting prepared. The railroad situ-
ation is mixed. To grasp it, theban-
tagonism which the roads have been
subject to for many years must be ap-
preciated. This is subsiding, but still
exists."
Several Railroads Prepared
The Pennsylvania lines are in splen-
did shape for peace or war. It has
7,500 locomotives capable of drawing,
together, 250,000,000 pounds. It has
7,000 passenger cars capable of trans-
porting 330,000 people, and 275,000
freight cars with a capacity of 13,000
tons. The total number of locomotives
owned by the system have power suf-
ficient to haul simultaneously over any
ordinary grades, soldier trains of 100,-
000 cars. These trains could move an
army of from 5,000,000 to 6,000,000
men, and would fill a stretch of track
as long as the system's main line from
New York to Washington and from
Philadelphia to Chicago.
Vast Shop Resources
The system has vast resources and
a great body of skilled mechanics.
The railroad shops at Altoona, Pa.,
alone, the largest of their kind in
existence, employ 12,000 hands, a large
proportion of whom are highly trained
nachinists. Altogether the system
has 64,000 men capable of specialized
service. It has also many other men
highly trained in the professions and
trade, or in special duties, which,
from the standpoint of preparedness,
might make them invaluable to the na-
tion.
Road Serves Forty Million
The Pennsylvania serves 15 states
and the District of Colubia, with a
combined population of more than 40,-
000,000 or nearly half the people in
the United States. From this great
population there are probably 8,000,-
000 able-bodied men of military age.
with the transportation facilities at
hand for quickly mobilizing them.
Situation of Market
In view of the portentous events at
hand, the relative strength of the
market indicates a great confidence
in the future both as to the nation's
ability to meet emergencies and as
to the sound conditions of the indus-
trial, financial, and security situaion.
Liquidation of the markets, of a
most comprehensive and thorough
character, had already taken place
when the culminating circumstances
of the present time moved into forma-
tion. Financially, the country is thor-
oughly prepared for extremes. For In-
vestors of courage, remarkable op-
portunities are presented. If a dim-
inution in the record of sinkings of
tonnage from day to day is shown,
prices are expected to rise.
G. A. R. VETERANS WILL BE
CALLED UPON TO RECRUIT

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Mat. AwIHe
Wed. & Sat. UGA RICK Feb. 12
D E T R 0I T
ROBERT MANTELL
in Shakesperian roles
Showy a -;:3-",:0:0 3
ioc Unless Otherwise SpecĀ°e.
Ph"n e o-M
Fri.-r6-Harold Lockwood and May
Allison in "Pidgin Island"; Drew,
Comedy. sac.
Sat.-17-Peggy Hyland, Evart Overton
and Chas. Kent in "The Enemy";
Cartoon.
Mon.-ig-Peggy Hyland and Antonio
Moreno in "Rose of the South";
Christie Comedy.

SHEEHAN

ISat.-17-Wibml)Desmond and CliaaWil-
liams in "The uCri-,ino H" Also Ti-
angle Comedy. I'% Iog, 15c.
Sun.-Mon.-iS1- -Fra,'k '\clntyre of Atnn
Arbor, in "'I lie 'i i i1n~ xSalsmn."
Also Holmes TIi ix ci Ivxening, 5e
Tues.-ro-Mac Mars~h i" "Tic W hart ?
IRat." Also T riangle C ):edy. LEven-
1ing,1c.
Wed.-2 i-llueiti riStotica,. r,"Eagle's
W.Xings." Evenig, i. c.
Wllts

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The Greatest{

H. Kunsky Offers
of All American Plays

We make l)ats
e yell hats at rtil
We carry an ikr oc a
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the bead
We cleani and reliock hats

FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
IOWA SENATORS VOTE TO
RETIN BAR ON (07 AllET
Senate Adopts Alieiidient Which
Strengthens Present Rule
Bill
'Des Moines, Ia., Feb. 16.-The Iowa
senate refused today to pass a bill
legalizing the sale of cigarets, adopt-
ing an amendment to the Rule bill
when it came up for passage which
served to strengthen the present law
prohibiting the sale of cigarets within
the state. The measure fathered by
Senator Rule provided for the repeal
of the old law and legalized the sale
with a license fee of $100 a year.
The old law has not been enforced
for years, but H. M. Havner, the new
attorney general of the state, has an-
nounced a determination to enforce
a strict observation of the statute fol-
lowing the close of the present session
of the legislature.
BELGIAN RELIEF WORKERS
STAY AT THEIR POSITION
London, Feb. 16.--Representatives of
the American commission for relief in
Belgium will not withdraw from the
occupied portions of Belgium and
northern France, as pr'eviously had
been arranged, but will remain for the
present, it now is stated.
The commission today received a
dispatch from its office in Rotterdam
stating that at a meeting held in Brus-~
sels the German authorities an-
nounced that all representatives of
the commission might remain in Bel-
gium and northern France on the same
footing as heretofore.
Present at this meeting were Baron
von der Lancken, civil governor of
Brussels, the American and Spanish
ministers, representatives of the Bel-
gian relief commission and of the Bel-
gian national committee.
MILITARY COURSES GIVEN
IN MANY EASTERN SCHOOLS
Continued from Pale One)
matter for a group of students to or-
ganize and receive regular training.
The question of credit looms up too
largely in the minds of many Michi-
gan students. Up to the present time
the regents have not found it advisable
to go further than offering credit for
work in authorized summer training
camps. If the students wait for credit
in the work they may be delayed in-
definitely inasmuch as nothing final
has been decided upon with regard
to credit in the proposed course to be
offered by the government.

3 Shows
Daily
3-7-9

Second

Semester

Augmented
Orchestra

By Winston Churchill

Orpheu'n Theatre
Matinees. :ao:3; Px; Evening, :45,
8:15, 9:30,
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.

Direct from its phenomenal run at The Washington Theatre
Detroit
Prices-Matinee, all seats 25c; Night, 25c, 35c, 50c

Now

FERRIS BOOSTED FOR
SENATE BY DEMOCRAT

GRAND RAPIDS CONVENTION
NOMINATE STATE
TICKET

Showing

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TO

One ofOur Dinners
Served from 11 to 7
Regular Dinner 35c consists choice of
meats; mashed or boiled potatoes; one
vegetable; choice of pie or pudding; tea,
coffee, or milk.
SPECIALS, as served
Soup .io with meat order .o5
Roast or Fricassee of chicken .25
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef .25
Roast Leg of Veal with Dressing .25
Pork Sausage with Sweet Potatoes .25
Pork Chops Breaded. Extra Special .25
Small Steak with Onions. Ex. Spec'l .25
Bread and Mashed Potatoes included
with above meat orders.
Side Orders Extra
Potatoes mashed .o5 Stewed tomatoes .05
Potatoes boiled .05 Stewed corn .05
Potatoes fried .05 Stewed peas o5
Potatoes german fried .o5

Every Post in Illinois, Wisconsin
Michigan to Give
Support

and

Grand Rapids, Mich., Feb. 16.-Mich-
igan Democrats today launched a
healthy boom for former Gov. Wood-
bridge N. Ferris for United States
senator from Michigan in 1918 to suc-
ceed Senator William Alden Smith
and lauded President Wilson in their
state convention.
The convention was called primarily
to nominate a state ticket for the
spring election, but this became a
mere incidental, and when the virtues
of the president were not being sung
the delegates were busy getting under
way the Ferris boom.
Harmony Reigns.
Harmony reigned during the con-
vention and the expected fight over
the indorsement of a state "bone dry"
bill failed to materialize. About the
only contests of any note occurred in
the caucuses of the Third and Fifth
districts.
Ferris Applauded.
Mr. Ferris' introduction to the con-
vention as the next United States sen-
ator from Michigan set the conven-
tion in an uproar. He praised the
work of the Demiocratic party in Mich-
igan during the last four'years. In
commenting on the European situation
he said:
"I am with the president in his at-
titude in the present crisis even if
war shall come as a result."
0. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
S. State. Phone 1718-J. tues-eod
Pay only $1.00 for your double-disc
dance records and save many quarters.
Allmendinger's Music Shop. 122 E. Lib-
erty St. tf
The Michigan Daily for service.

Home made piq per cut .05
tari .05, with cram 0."
Coffee .og Tea .off
Milk per bottle .05
TATE L
TREET
Open All Night J. A QUAC

Senior Lits.
We Are Taking Orders for Canes
606 E. Liberty

Rice cus-

Chocolate .05
Cocoa .o
KcH
NENBUSH, Mgr.

Chicago, Feb. 16.-Veterans who
fought and helped save the Union in
the '60s again are being called upon to
give active support to the flag.
. Capt. F. R. Kenney, in charge of the
army recruiting headquarters, assert-
ed yesterday he will issue a call to-
day to every G. A. R. post in Illinois,
Wisconsin and Michigan. They will
be asked to get back into their faded
uniforms of blue and go after recruits
for the army. Each post will be asked
to act as a sub-recruiting station.
Army officers believe the recruiting
campaign will go forward with new
vim. It is not improbable the soldiers
of '61 will be that there are no
slackers among their own kinsmen.
Such veterans as are physically able
will undertake duty at the post re-
cruiting stations. Others will give
their moral support.

NAVY BOARD MEETS SECRETLY
What U. S. Would Do in Case of War
Brought Up, Is Belief
Washington, Feb. 16.-What the
United States' would do in the event
of hostilities is believed to have been
the subject under discussion at a se-
cret meeting of the navy general board
in the office of Read-Admiral Denzon,
chief of operations, last night. The
greatest secrecy attended the confer-
ence, and the fact that it was held be-
came known only today. Practically
all the rear-admirals and other high
naval officials attended.
Log Log Slide rules $7.00 at Wahr's
University Bookstore. 13-18incl
Regular assembly at Armory, Satur-
day night. 16-17
The Rust Lettering Scale - price
$1.25 at Wahr's University Bookstore.
13-18 incl.

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