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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, \

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FOR WOMEN

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Offers to Raise
Tour Divisions
Colonel Roosevelt Urges Immediate,
Passage of Volunteer Force
Amendment

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New York, April 30. ln-I R;oos,-
velt today offered t raise nt eut
four army _is Is to be rushed to
the firig me m . Fran e.
Som ctcago d eI' ae. i hsend
senfate conferQes should Ui meil(diae1
agree Up)On Senator ! ard ing s aend
mTIeit paYSsed b': tne Upp'er bod leg
'zin g a voiun eer force.K Roxevl said
OYIwul Of. "'a miost evAl .lu ' i Mr
s IaI Joire's reo e fo nAmerican
army a' the fr oo as s00:n as psil
was di. ggarded.
II, I eam permitt'i I wiii help raise
L 2, i3, or 4 divjsiens composed of
regimens substan tially like t he root-
me tnnhlnmanded in the Spanish
oar," the colonel said. "[Tle Hard-
~ng amendment hao s- n wisely and
Ipal riot(OIVllyaonted in the senate, and
bose who votedi for it were anticipat-
ing out of their own wisdom the
urgent request madle by Joifre. Tphe
niiiOl or divisions could be sent
abroad almost as soon as raised to
get their intensive training behind the
trenches.
"As for myself, all I wish to do is
to help raise a division or divisions
and be allowed to go with the troops,
commanding a brigade, loyally to serve
whoever the president appoints over
me, and to help make good tihe presi-
dent's message of April 2.
Strike Threat ns
Supply of 13read
$)0 (NjClki re ui Work; Do-
of Riots

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-e iger Woman" ; car-
Orpheum Theatre
Iles.-Robert arron in "The Bad
Buy." Also Triangle Komedy, "The
'Ielephone Belle. Evening, 15c.
Wed.-?-Second McClure Picture. Sev-
en Deadly Sins. Holbrook Blinn in
"Pride.' Also Comedy Special, Ros-
coe (Fatty) Arbuckle in "The
S utcer Boy. Cote early evening
Rae Theatre
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IF YOU HAVE ANY
GOOD- OLD SHOES
ABOUT, PLEASE LET
ME KNOW WHERE
THEY ARE. I WILL
GIVE YOU THE BEST.
PRICE.
DR. TOM LOWELL,
402 DETROIT STREET

Quality at a Lower Price

NOTICE
FACTORY HAT STORE
(formerly on Huron St.)
Now at 617 Packard
SELLS RATS AT FACTORY PRICES
all the year around
$3.00 $, 4.00(! 5.00 $ 5
values values values *
Every Hat Guaranteed
It pays you to buy your hats at our factory
-we are near you no matter where you
live-a saving of 50c to $1.50 on a hat brings
us nearer together.
Men and D 3.'
MnWomen's rJfANAMAS 'id
Women'sand up
We do all kinds of high-class Hat Work
Factory Hat Store
617 Packard-next to the Delta
Corner State and Packard
W. W. MANN, Prop. Phone 1792

Chicago, April 30.-Bread riots to-
day replaced the meat riots of several
weeks ago in the Ghetto district on
the northwest side. With 500 bakers
in 25 of the largest Jewish bakeries
out on strike, the bread supply was
seriously threatened.
Hundreds of sympathizers joined
with the strikers and picketed the
shops that attempted to operate. In
some instances kerosene was thrown.
Calls for protection were sent out by
bakery proprietors, and 500 policemen
were detailed to the trouble scene.
ORVILLE MOE B'pNE IN FIRE
THAT IEsT9OYS IS COTTAGm
Early Suiiday morning the cottage
of Mr. Oville Moe at Whitmore Lake
was destroyed by fire, caused by the
explosion of a gasoline stove.
Mr. Moe was standing near the stove
when it exploded and he was soon en-
veloped in fiames. He ran into the
next room, seized a pillow and smoth-
ered the fire in his clothes, but not
before it had burned his face and
hands, blistering them badly.
A bucket brigade of lake residents
turned out and although they could
not save the Moe cottage, their efforts
saved those adjacent to it.
Mr. Moe will be confined to his home
for several days due to his injuries;
which are not regarded as serious, al-
though very painful. The destruction
of the dwelling represents about a
$1,200 loss.
31 IIIGAN ST ENT TO TAKE
FINAL EXAMS IN PIILIPPINES
One Michigan student will take her
final examinations at the University
of the Philippines.
Helen B. Laufman, '17, of Ann Ar-
bor, who was married to Paul J. Mor-
gan on April 28, leaves soon with her
husband for Manila. Mr. Morgan has
been recalled to the government serv-
ice after a short leave of absence. The
faculty granted Mrs. Morgan permis-
sion to write her blue books under the
supervision of Dean Wrentmore of the
islands' university.
Coulter Released from Hospital
Glenn M. Coulter, '18L, who has
been confined to the University hos-
pital for two weeks with scarlet fever,
has been removed to his rooms at 422+
East Kingsley street. He will be able
to resume his work as president of thek
Michigan Union within a few days.

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Ward's Klassy Kut Klothes
F. W. ALLEN, Manager 118 E. Huron Street

PLAN TO INSURE
FAIR FOOD PRICES
Intrcduce Legislation to Put Food
Producing Industry Under Di-
rect Control
Washington, April 30.-Congress
and administrative departments today
turned to the problem of insuring the
allies and the American people of food
at fair prices during the war. Ad-
ministration legislation putting the na-
tion's entire food producing industry
under direct control of Secretary o
A griculture Houston was introduced
in both the house and senate today.
The resolution authorizes the secre-
tary of agriculture to license and con-
trol when necessary the manufacture,
storage, and distribution of all food,
food materials, and feeds, to compel
lincenses to exact only fair prices for
all foods, to refrain from unjust or
discriminitory prices or charges, to
compel cold storage and other food
aistributors to disgorge "unreasonab-
ly hoarded stocks" of food, and to
force its prompt distribution to the
public.
Chairman Lever of the house agri-
culture committee, announced the
committee will take the bill under im-
mediate consideration and expedite its
passage by the house at an early date.
*'This is an important factor in what-
ever is to be done," Lever said, "for
the planting season is rapidly pass-
ing."
PltOF>SSOR MEADEII TO TALK
ON "DEMOCRACiI 'I RUSSIX
"Democracy in Russia" is the theme
of a lecture which will be delivered
by Prof. C. L. Meader of the general
linguistics department at 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in the Natural
Science auditorium. Professor Meader
speaks under the auspices of the Cosa
mopolitan club. No admission will be
charged.
On account of this lecture, the class
'n international relations will not meet
Thursday night as usual.

WHAT'S GOING ON
Today
7 o'clock-Deutscher Verein meet-
ing in Verein rooms.
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi house of rep-
resentatives meets in club rooms in
University hall.
7:30 o'clock - Fresh lit military
smoker at Michigan Union.
8 o'clock-Classical club meeting in
room A, Alumni Memorial hall.
8 o'clock-Mr. J. R. Dunn lectures
on Christian Science in University
Hall.
Tomorrow
8 o'clock--May Festival opens in
Hill auditorium.
U-NOTICES .
There will be a rehearsal of "The
Merry, Wives of Windsor," tonight in
University Hall as follows: Act 4,
scene 2, at 8 o'clock; act 3, scene 3,
at 8 o'clock; act 4, scene 4, at 8:30
o'clock.
..All engineering students will meet
at the east walk of the campus at 4
o'clock today, whence they will march
to Ferry field to drill. The engineer-
ing band will lead the march.
The soph lit baseball team is re-
quested to report at 3:30 o'clock today
for the game with the junior lits.
Try ads will not meet tonight.
The All-fresh Mandolin club will
not meet tonight.
Soph lits will drill at 4 o'clock this
afternoon in front of Waterman gym-
nasium.
DEUTCHER VEREIN TO HOLD
SEMI-ANNUAL INITIATION
Deutcher Verein will hold its semi-
annual initiation at 6:30 o'clock to-
night in room 203 University hall.
About 30 new members will be taken
into the club at this time. All old
members are urged to be present at
the ceremony.
For fine Watch Repairing, J. L.
Chapman, Jeweler, 113 Main St.-Adv.
Tues. e.o.d.1

3 SHOWS DAILY 3
3, 7 and 8:30 p. m.
TUESDAY
SHIRLEY MASON in
The Law of
the North"
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
Sensation of the Day
RITA JOLIVET in
THE
I'Masque of Life"
WALTER CAMP TO ORGANIZE
SENIOR SERVICE DEFENSE
New Haven, Conn., April 28.-Wal-
ter Camp believes he has found a
solution to the problem of how a man
between the age of 45 and 50 can serve
his country by organizing Senior Ser-
vice corps throughout the country.
The purpose of this branch of ser-
vice is to render men over 45 physical-
lycfit to serve in home defense work
in case of necessity. In this way
younger men can be released for other
service and the men who are at the
head of industrial concerns can run
their business at the same time. Only
an hour a day is required for this
work.
Frosh Meet at Waterman Gym at Four
All male members of they fresh lit
class are requested to be at Water-
man gymnasium this afternoon at 4
o'clock for military drill. The com-
panies will march in a body to Ferry
field where they will have their photo
taken.

What every young man wants is a classy looking suit,
that fits. He wants quality, too. You can get all this
and more at a lower price at

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AORTHCLIFFE OFFERS PAPER
TO AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS
Washington, D. C., April 30.-Coun-
try newspapers which suspended pub-
lication on account of the paper short-
age will be able to resume business
through Lore. Northcliffe's offer to
place the output of his print paper
mills in northern Canada at the dis-
posal of American newspaper publish-
ers.
This will greatly reduce the present
shortage which amounts too 450,000
tons a year, and will bring down the
high prices.'
Kansas Asks Advice of War Dept.
Lawrence, Kan., April 28.-Before
planning any changes in the systems
being followed . at the University of

asked the advice of the war depart-
as to the best manner of procedure in
preparing students for government
service. Continuous sessions and early
graduations will not be authorized un-
til the proper action is decided upon.
REV. E. F. TITTLE TALKS ON
"USE AND ABUSE OF CREEDS"
"Use and Abuse of Creeds," was the
subject upon which the Rev. Ernest
F. Tittle built his address delivered
before the Wesleyan guild Sunday
night in the . Methodist Episcopal
church.
The speaker analyzed the advantage
and disadvantage in the use of creeds
in daily worship.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Paekard Academy. tf

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