That is the word that describes Lyndon's Kodak Sale.
A New Bargain every day../ Look them over.
he Cadet is a Walk-Over
i- a model with strik-
es that is as comfortable
as a "broad shape" on
"I may be crazy, but I am going to sell these 50 shop worn Kodaks."
L Y N D 0 N ' 5 719 N. University Ave.
The price of
leather continues to
advance rapidly - better
get fitted soon-our pre-
sent prices range from $6
CROWiN PRINCE LINE
1alk-Over Shoe Store
English Officers Content
tacks Through Rain,
Sa A RBRICK 4
Wed. & Eat. Feb. 1
A R C kAsD.E
shows a~t voe 6 1n.-no. l; g: o
oc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Pbone aq -M,
Fri.-i---Harold Lockwood and May
Allison in "Pidgin Island"; Drew
Sat.--17 Peggy Hyland, Evart Overton
and Chas. Kent in "The Enemy";
Mon.-i9-Peggy Hyland and Antonio
Moreno in "Rose of the South";
115 S. MAIN
TWO RUSSIAN AEROPLANES
SHOT DOWN IN MACEDONIA
ye unsurpassed accomoda ions for group photographs
Near Boulogne Drops
1546-48 Broadway New York, N,Y
Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
619 E. Liberty St..
PH ONE 948-W
All Medium Weight Suitings
A large variety of patterns plus our
tailoring ability insures you satisfaction
118 E. Huron
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
By William Sims
(United Press Staff Correspondent
with the. British Army.)
London, Feb. 19.-The army of the
crown prince has received several
sharp raps during the last 36 hours,
following Saturday's engagement in
the Miramont region.' The British
have continued their attacks despite
fogs, rains, and resulting seas of mud.
Officers are "quite satisfied" with the
results, they asserted today. The
British lines now overlook Miramont
at several points.
Violent counter attacks by the Ger-
mans north of Ancre yesterday at noon
were bloodily repulsed. North of
Armentiers the British raiders pene-
trated 250 yards into German second
line trenches, killing 6O. Other minor
raids yesterday and last night were
successfully carried out.
Berlin, by Sayville Wireless, Feb.
19..-Dense fog over the western war
theater greatly hampered activities
yesterday and last night. "Nothing
import nt" from the eastern front. On
the A\fedonian front the statement
declared "there were skirmishes of
outposts and isolated artillery fire.
Two Russian aeroplanes were shot
Paris, Feb.19.-An unsuccessful Zep-
pelin raid in the. neighborhood of
Boulogne was reported in today's of-
ficial statement. Several bombs were
dropped without result. Calm was re-
ported on almost all the western front.
MAY CRUTE MUNICI
FOREST ON STER FARM
Matinees, 2:00-3:30: Evening, 6:45,
Tnies.-:o-Ma Marsh in "the Whar
Rat." Also Triangle C'omedy. Even-
ing, 1 5C.
Wed.-21-iBluebrd Superfeature, "Eagle's
Wings." Evening, tic.
Thurs.-Fri.-22-23-Vivian Martin in "The
Sat.-24-Bessie Barriseale in "Bawbs o'
Blue Ridge." Also Triangle Comedy.
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AT'S GOING ON
lock-Annual meeting of the
ard of directors and luncheon.
)k - Mechanical engineers'
t the Union.
'clock-Dr. H. H. Cummings
erculosis" in natural science
'clock - Highway engineers'
t the Union.
clock-Meeting of the Adelphi
representatives in Adelphi
'clock- Tryads meet, room
tral science building.
'clock - Zoological Journal
Ats in room 231, natural sci-
ck-Military scenes in moving
City Y. M. C. A..
CLASS BASkETBALL TEAMS WILL
VIE WITH EACH OTIER AT
The second, annual athletic banquet
of the Women's league will be given
at 6 o'clock Friday evening, Feb. 23,
at Barbour gymnasium. The class
basketball teams will vie with each
other in the entertaiunent, and some
novel stunts have been promised by
the captains who are in charge of
The tickets are 40 cents and may
be purchased from any member of the
athletic committee of the league, or
at the office of Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Immediately after the :banquet the
cotillion given by the department of
physical education will take place in
Barbour gymnasium. Olga Shinkman,
'17, is chairman of the athletic com-
mittee and is assisted by Marjorie
Votey, '17, Margaret Atkinson, '19,
Anna Lloyd, '18, and Doris Hafford, '17.
CITY COUNCIL PROVIDES
NEW BRIDGE OVER HU-
clock-Rotary club luncheon at
lock-Harry A. Franck lectures
tt for Band Bounce will be held
n 318,'natural science building;
to 5 o'clock tomorrow after-
ryouts for assistant baseball
r are asked to report at the
room at 3 o'clock this after-
board of directors of the Mich-
pion will have a luncheon at 12
in the Union cafe, after which
less meeting will be held.
her Arrives in Mexico City
co City, Feb. 19.-Henry P.
r, American ambassador, has
. He was met by officials from
xidan foreign office, members
ral Carranza's staff and a dele-
of government officials headed
to Hold Germany Responsible
Feb. 19.-A wireless dispatch
erne says the Brazilian minis-
Berlin has warned Germany
azil will hold her responsible
fate of three Brazilian vessels
hing the war zone. The ves-
t Brazil for entente countries
ermany's U-boat declaration.
Eight or ten Ann Arbor grocers will
attend the annual state convention of
grocers which will be held in Kalam-
azoo, beginning this afternoon and
continuing through the week. The del-
egation will join the Detroit grocers
on a special train.
Miss Annie W. Langley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Langley, of Ann
Arbor, died Sunday morning at the
home of her sister, in Cleveland, the
result of heart failure. It was largely
through her efforts that, a drama
league center was organized here.
Nine natives of foreign countries
will be given hearings for citizenship
privileges at the session of the natur-
alization board in the Washtenaw
county court room February 28.
Little Rebel Activity in Cuba
Havana, Feb. 19.--Only a few minor
brushes between rebels and govern-
ment forces were reported from iso-
lated places Sunday.
A resolution was introduced by Ald-
erman Charles A. Sink at the meeting
of the city council yesterday evening,
"that a committee be appointed to in-
vestigate the advisability of starting
a municipal forest on the Steere farm
property and to confer with the Uni-
.versity to secure the co-operation of
the forestry department in the matter."
This was unanimously carried and
Aldermen Sink, Manwaring, aid
Mayer were appointed by Mayor
Wurster to act upon the committee.
The municipal forest proposed would
be used by the park commission as a
source of trees for the city parks and
highways and would also add consid-
erably to the value of the farm.
A communication from the public
works commission was concurred in
by unanimous vote, providing for the
construction of a new steel and con-
crete bridge on Broadway over the
Elect City Poor Commissioner.
The election of the city poor com-
missioner for the ensuing year was
held and John H. Shadfield was re-
elected at a salary of $35 per month.
Dr. E. Ganzhorn was appointed city
physician at a salary of $25 per month.
The street committee sent a com-
munication asking for the receipt of
bids 'for paving South University av-
enue from State to Washtenaw streets.
It was unanimously decided to adver-
tise for bids on, this matter. Follow-
ing this a communication from the
University hospital Circle of King's
Daughters was read asking for an ap-
propriation of $300 instead of $200
this year for carrying on the visiting
nurse services. Two nurses will be
necessary this year instead of one en-
gaged in former years. The matter
was referred to the finance commit-
Would Purchase More Fire Apparatusj
The board of fire commissionersI
asked for a $10,000 appropriation to
purchase additional motor-driven -fire e
. . What we
r do to Hatsx
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
we have the latest all the tine
We shape hats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
apparatus and it was decided to hold
a special election to authOrize the
loan. The board of public works was
authorized to purchase new street
machinery and it was decided to in-
vestigate a new method of converting
garbage into a high grade fuel.
The city clerk's report showed a
total balance on hand of $120,536.25,
derived from all sources of revenue.
Of this, the University of Michigan
WILL SHOW WAR DEPARTMENT
PICTURES ON SCREEN TONIGHT
Local National Security League Branch
Receives Slides Through Co-op-
eration of General Wood
Through the co-operation of Gen-
eral Leonard Wood, a series of war
department pictures have been loaned
to the local National Security league
branch, and will be shown at the meet-
ing to be held in the city Y. M. C. A.
this evening in the interests of uni-
versal military training and service.
The pictures that will be shown
have been prepared by officers of the
coast artillery school at Fort Monroe,
Va., and show the operations of firing
big guns, mortar batteries, howitzers,
and lighter guns. The way in which
mine2 are laid, their explosion, and
the effect of high power guns directed
at the old battleship Texas are all rep-
resented. The local branch of the
security league looks for a large at-
tendance in view of the importance of
military training at this time.
JAMES SCHERMERHORN TO TALK
I)elihers Second of Wesleyan Guild
Lectures This Semester ,.
Tmes Schermerhorn, president and'
general manager of the Detroit Times,
will deliver the second address of the
semester in the Wesleyan Guild lec-
ture series, next Sunday night, Feb.
Mr. Schermerhorn is a successful
newspaper man and will speak on
"Answer to Advertisement: The
Plaint of a Pewholder." His years of
experience in the newspaper business
have enabled him to cope with great
questions and his ability as a lecturer
with the sunny outlook on life makes
him popular with Ann' Arbor audi-
Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wild
Co., Leading Merchant Tailors. State<
Pay only $1.00 for your double-disci
dance records and save many quarters.
Allmendinger's Music Shop. 122 E. Lib-
rty St. tf
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WHITNEY THEATRE N,[
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A T. &SAT FE 24
IGHT ST FEB 2 4i1Da
. -r.. .,
Infielders are numerous as usual
and the battle for berths around the
diamond should be unusually keen
this season. In case Captain Bran-
dell is shifted back to shortstop things
will be rather congested. Unless Mid-
dleditch or some other candidate can
establish a claim on second, Walter-,
house appears to be the logical can-
didate for that position, with Newell
having the odds in his favor as
guardian of the initial sack and a
prospect of a real fight for third.
Dancer, the shortstop on last year's
All-fresh should have a good chance
for that berth, although he will have
plenty of competition. Horwitz is a
good fielder but lacks a batting eye,
while Dancer can both stop 'em and
Unless Captain Brandell does play
in the infield the chances for new
men landing a position in the frigid
zone are very slim. Without the
Varsity leader to contend with the
chances are that Niemann and Reem
will again land regular jobs. Both
have plenty of hitting ability and have
had Varsity experience. That would
leave only one open place and the
fight for it should be especially warm.
Practice today will begin at 1 o'clock
promptly. Every man is expected to
ANN ARBOR RANKS SECOND1
IN RED CROSS SEAL SALE
In the sale of Christmas Red Cross,
seals Ann Arbor stands second on
Michigan's role of honor, and will re-
ceive a state pennant awarded by the
Michigan Anti-Tuberculosis associa-1
tion for service this season. An aver-
age of 8.89 tags per capita were soldt
here while in Grandville, Mich., the1
town that heads the list, there was a(
record of only .56 tags per capita more.I
FIRST BASEBALL PRACTICE
BRINGS OUT BUT FORTY i31EN
Now - Playing - Now
TdlE LUCKY GIRLS
With Cliff Bragdon
Songs, Dances and MuVie
KEENE & WILLIAMS
In "Neary MarviedL"
THlE MISSES NELSON
High Class Musicat Offering
Riclard Wally & Co.
The Human Billiard Table
Extra Special Feature
COOPER & SMITH
Starting Thursday Matinee
Fraternity Boys and Girls
lITTLE POSSIBILITY OF
GETTING COAL SHIPMENTS)
Local coal dealers think there is;
very little possibility of getting extras,
shipments of .coal in spite of the prey--
ent relief from extremely cold weather,
Shippers have an abundance of coal,
but railroads cannot furnish trans-
A prominent shipper in a recent let-
ter to one of his local customers stated
that he could get only 20 per cent of
the cars he needed and' that, as a re-
sult of this condition, many calls for
coal had to be rejected.
Detroit is suffering from a coal
famine, and prices are accordingly
much higher there than they have ever,
There is only one thing about which
dealers are absolutely certain, ands
that is that prices will not be lowered..
It is freely predicted that those who,
use coal next summer will be cbm-.
gelled to pay a price in advance of
that which the commodity now com--
We Are Taking Orders for Canes
606 E. Liberty
0. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
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