Trousers rA Suit_
Simple enough. And yet how rare a thing to get a suit that
Coat that fits and drapes-
Trousers that hang clean and straight-
Vest free from unsightly wrinkles.
Only a few manufacturers can be relied upon to turn the trick
Stein Block and Michaels-Stern do
Only a few dealers carry a large enough variety of styles and
models to furnish the right suit for every man.
SUITS FROM $15.00 UP TO $35.00
Lindenschmidt, Apfel Co.
Now is the time for
For 30 Years the Best
KODAKS and KODAKING
We have a complete line of Eastman
Kodaks and Supplies. Let us do your
finishing. Dev. 15c, Prints 3c to 5c.
324 So. State
We have just received
another shipment of
this popular shoe in
BLACK and TAN.
Special Agency Nettleton shoes
or 1123 So. Univ. Ave.
FRENCH AUTHOR WRITES GLOW-
ING TRIBUTE TO MEMORY OF
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
All citizens of Ann Arbor, as well
as "all students, cannot fail to be
AMERICA CAN BEST AID
ALLIES WITH SUPPLIES
WAHR'S Shoe Store.
Main St. State St.
U. S. MUST HELP COMBAT
MARINES, SAYS SER-
What about that New
Suit for Spring
We have some beauties at $20,$22.50 and $25
made to your measure by the Royal Tailori of
Drop in and look them over whether it be a
New or Staple Pattern we have it.
308 S. State St. Opposite Huston's
Bostonian and Florsheim Shoes
(NEW SPRING STYLES)
W HAT WOULD YOU CALL
YOUR N EIG H OR
If he threw $25 to $80 in the river? But you will
lose that much if you fail to
deeply interested in the following
glowing tribute to the memory of the
late Richard Hall of this city. The
article from which the passage is
taken appeared in a recent number
of the well known Revue des Deux
Monds, and was wri'tten bydthe dis-
tinguished author and lecturer Anatole
After having spoken in a. general
way of many young Americans who
had devoted themselves to the cause
of France, the author continues: "I
may be permitted to bow reverently
before the memory of one of them. I
had met him four years ago at Dart-
mouth college in the wild and poetic
mountains of New Hampshire. He
was then only a freshman student. On
Christmas morning of 1915 as he was
driving an ambulance car along a
steep road, not far from Hartmann-
Weilerkopf, he was struck down by a
German shell. The landscape through
which he passed must have recalled
to him more than once the natural
features of New Hampshire.
"He sleeps now by the side of a
French officer who was killed the
same morning, in an Alsatian valley
which has been recaptured by us. The
inhabitants of that valley have taken
it upon themselves to deck his grave
with flowers until it is possible to re-
turn his remains to his family. The
cnly inscription upon that grave con-
sists of these simple words, so elo-
cluent in their brevity: 'Richard Hall,
an American, who died for France.'
Oh Spirit of Dick Hall, rejoice! In
the college of your native land the
steel helmet you wore when you were
struck down will be preserved forever
as a sacred relic. It will stir the pride
of your fellow students-and, what
will touch you still more-an anony-
mo.s countryman of yours deeply
moved by your glorious death, has seen
fit, in commemoration of that death,
to send a new ambulance car, dedi-
cated to you, to the front in Alsace.
That car is to be driven by your
brother Louis. Thus, after having
given your life to France, you con-
tmue to serve her in death."
(I have been asked by Dr. and Mrs.
Hall to make the following correction
concerning the matter of sending an
ambulance car to France. Not only
one car, but three such cars were sent.
Two of these were sent not long after
Richard's death; one by' a lady, the
other by a gentleman, both from New
York. The third car was sent only a
short time ago by Dr. and Mrs. Louis
P. Hall.) M. LEVI.
PROF. JOHN DEWEY TO TALK ON
"EDUCATION FOR DEMOCRACY"
A large audience of friends and
former acquaintances is expected to
"America can best aid the allies in
the war by furnishing them with sup-
plies and combating the submarines,"
said Sergeant Frank E. Ball of the
Canadian army, in an interview yes-
terday afternoon. "The entrance of
America into the war is the most sig-
nificant event which has occurred in
many months, but it seems to me that
for the present at least, there are
plenty of men on the battle front now.
"The old manner of warfare has
been practically abandoned in the
military tactics of today," continued
Sergeant Ball. "The dismounted serv-
ice men of all the armies of the allies
are compelled to spend the greater
portion of their time while in the
trenches as working units. They must
repair damage caused by artillery and
mining operations, construct new de-
fenses, and set up barbed wire en-
WHEN YOU THINK OF PUR-
CHASING A N E W. COM-
FORTABLE SPRING SUIT
MAKES THESE LIGHT, AT-
WITH A DEGREE OF CARE
AND SKILL THAT KEEPS
THEM LOOKING NEW AND
STYLISH ALL SUMMER.
516 E. William St.
Must Work at Night
"This work is practically all car-
ried on at night as the presence of
a working party, if detected by the
enemy, invariably draws heavy artil-
lery and machine gun fire.
"The morale of the allied troops,"
continued Sergeant Ball, "was never
better than it is today, and the recent
aavances have served as a wonderful
stimulant to the men in the field.
They can now realize that the long
weary months of waiting at the gates
of our modern inferno are bringing
"Much credit is due the army serv-
ice corps of the British expeditionary
torce. It has proved itself a won-
derfully efficient organization. The
promptness and accuracy Nhith which
each unit has been supplied with its
requirements is deserving of the high-
est commendation. I believe I am
safe in saying that the success of the
British and French armies in the field
is in a large measure due to the serv-
ices of this corps.
Allies Have Advantage in Air Craft
"In the number of air craft and in
artillery the allies have a decided;
advantage. This makes it practicallya
impossible for an enemy's plane to ob-
tain any important information, which
accounts, no doubt, for much of the
ineffective and scattered fire of the
German artillery since the big of-
"I have never met a man in the
trenches, either in the khaki or the
French blue, who ha ever doubted for
a moment the ultimate victory of the
allied armies," said Sergeant Ball in
Sergeant Ball is an American by
birth, but has been fighting with the1
Canadian troops since the outbreak ofi
THE EBERBACH & SON
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Keeping your Suits and Overcoats
in perfect condition
Cedar Moth Proof Bags
not only protect against moths and other insects,
but clothes are kept absolutely clean and shapely
A variety of sizes at 75c up
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Guaranteed 3500 Miles
The members of the police force,
fire department, and other city officials
will be shown the mechanism of the
pulmotor that is used by the city at
5 o'clock today in the police office in
the city hall. The demonstration will
be made by a representative of the
Michigan Edison company, who owns
the pulmotor at the present time.
The board of public works received
a number of bids for an incinerating
plant for Ann Arbor and for oil for
the city streets at its meeting held
last night in the city hall. No con-
tracts have been let as yet, however.
City Clerk Isaac Reynolds resumed
his work at the city hall yesterday
after a long siege of scarlet fever ill-
Tickets to the annual father and
son banquet of the Y. M. C. A. which
will be held at 6 o'clock tomorrow
evening in the banquet rooms of the
association can be secured for $1 each.
Each ticket admits two.
BULLET PROOF HELMETS ARE
ADOPTED BY U. S. MARINES
Young Men, when
looking around for
come direct to
116 E. Liberty.
Here you will find
the Young Men's
Clothing you have
been looking for.
113 S. Main
818 S. Main,
THE I R-S COMPANY
W. F. LETTS, Manager
SOLE AGENTS FOR
We will in-
spect your tires
William W. Behringer
11 NICKELS ARCADE
The Delta-Best fraternity house
vertising use The Michigan Daily.
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad
hear John Dewey, professor of philo-
ophy at Columbia university, who
speaks on 'Education for D ocracy"
at 8 o'clock next Saturday evening in
the Natural Science auditorium.
Professor Dewey, who was formerly
a professor here, has been secured for
this lecture after considerable effort
on the part of the Michigan Forum
and University faculty members. He
is now on a lecture tour of the middle
west under the auspices of the Wiscon-
Soph Prom Tickets to Go on Sale
Tickets fot the soph prom to be
held May 11 at the Armory will go on
sale at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow after-;
noon at the Union desk. The sale will
be limited to sophomores and only one
ticket will be sold to a man, as there
will be but 115 tickets in all.
160 Volunteer for Drill at Grinnell
Grinnell, Ia., April 18.-Voluntary
military training has begun at Grin-
nell college with an enlistment of 160
men. Seven faculty men have joined
the students in the work and the en-
tire ,number, together with those that
are expected to enroll in the near
future, will be given training similar
to that now going on in other colleges
Washington, April 18.-Bullet and
shrapnel-resistant trench helmets have
been adopted by the United States,
marines. These soldiers of the sea are
the first American armed forces to
adopt this spitzer-proof headgear, and
to actually prepare for its manufac-
The new marine corps helmet, with
which the entire corps will be equip-
ped, is a compromise between French
and the British types. It conforms to
the size and shape of the average head
and can be snugly fitted by the ad-
justment of a cloth cap inside. It is
made of a single piece of chilled steel.
Under test the helmet resisted eight
steel jacketed bullets at 100 feet from
the Springfield rifle, and broke only
upon the impact of the ninth missile.
116 E. Liberty St.
"2lie Young .en's Shop
U I -
Illinois Raising Ambulance Unit
Champaign, Ill., April 18.-Unso-
licited contributions totaling $500
mark the nucleus of an ambulance
fund being raised by the students of'
the University of Illinois. An entire
ambulance section of 21 Illinois men
with an ambulance carrying Illinois'
colors is the aim of those in charge.
Active work on the battlefields of
France is anticipated.
WANTED - Four ladies, preferably
with teaching 'experience, to work in'
Dunkirk; New York. Good salary
for summer. Phone 359-M. 19-20-21
WANTED -Lady to work in Kalam-
azoo for the summer. $80 per
month. Phone 359-M. '19-20-21
FOUND-Sum of money. Call 615 E.
FOR SALE-A seventeen-foot Morris
Canoe in first class condition. Equip-
ment complete with locker space.
Call 1780. 18-19-20
LOST- Round-Up pin. Please call
PRIVATE BOARD-$5.00 weekly. 410
Church St. Phone 450-R. 4-22-in.
Cornell Sends Ambulance Unit
Ithaca, N. Y., April 18.-Cornell has
sent its ambulance unit to France for
six months' service on the firing line.
Twenty-two men will be in the Cor-
nell unit and others will be assigned
to fill vacancies in the various squads
now in France. Three automobile
ambulances were sent by Cornell
Columbia Journalists Help Mobilize
New York, April 18.-Work has been
suspended in all third year journalism
classes at Columbia. The students in
these classes will be given work in
the carrying on of the mobilization
of the university's forces. Eight hours
a day is to be put in by each man.
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