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January 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 70) • Page Image 1

… ] lt I t t ASSOCIAT PRESS D AY AND NIGHT 'B SERVICE ANN ARBOR,MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1918. PRICE THR _ Is to Re- MAY PUT ENGLAND ON RATION BASIS Food' Controller Believ-es it Must Come; 1Departmiet orksOut System London, Jan. 3.-Compulsory ration- ing is to be put into effect in Eng- land at an early day according to Lord Rhonda, the food controller, in a speech today. He prefaced his an- nouncement by saying that he was' a...…

January 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 70) • Page Image 2

…1918 Your NoI In j This, the greatest of a] want in the entire yea3 mnd drastic reductions. great disposal sale offer known. All excess wintE repriced for an immedia It Will Pay , VIAn V INPRO6RESS' Ug Far the 'Greatest. wzary Sale A. Siegel Co.'s. History Ul sales known to women shoppers, is the most important .r, surpassing all others in completeness of assortments A With the largest part of cold weather yet, to come, this ~ rs to wome...…

January 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 70) • Page Image 3

….IL MOST CONFERENCE TEAMS HARD ilT BY DRAFT AND IEN LISTMENTS Chicago, Jan. 3.-Although the war will undoubtedly affect the playing N strength of "some of the teams, the "Big Ten" championship basketball li season will get under way on Jan. 5, with every indication of producing as interesting a race as the 1917 football season. The return of the University of es Michigan to the Western Conference has added a new interest to the wint- be er s...…

January 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 70) • Page Image 4

…ILxchange; The records tis ye,, women are in the rn. tie of three to one. I'± r I 'omen. Mr. neral secre- d society of ;talk under cial service SOLDIERS AM) SAILORS s B=I SCRIBE $5,073,72S,500 OF U. S. WAR INSUR.INCE F tE Washington, Jean. 3.-The insurance offered by the United States govern- ment to members of its military 'and naval forces has been called the most just and humane provision ever made by any nation for its soldiers and...…

January 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 70) • Page Image 5

…Inspeotion p as & Co. MAIN STREET OUR DRY CLEANING SERVICE Affords a method of practicing genu- ine economy. Renews the life and freshness of clothing and other articles " and thus obviates the necessity of a new purchase. TEST our promptness as well as our workmanship -on next r _1 order. Phono 628. ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS 1 J, 6,000 i. FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL No Job too Small or too Large WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP "The Shop of Q...…

January 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 70) • Page Image 6

…%WS I to get. But despite -wool fabrics in the stylish clothes are on i can't afford to over- good suit that is truly 1A Our Difference rice Others on 5 Roll loc 15e 25c 04c ea. 05c ea. 90c ............... $1.15i US AND SAVE MONEY ay to day sooner than others. ral Shop RTMENT us for Party and Group Pictures PURE FOOD LWL OF 19DB HAS DECADE OF SUCCESS ACT ACCOMPLISHES GREAT DEAL IN SAFEGUARDING HEALTH OF CITIZENS Washington, D. C., Jan. 3....…

January 04, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

…/ I 1 g T' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGANTHURSDAY, JANUAR WOOD O AEEILSON FACULTY Colee T. {y (~ eai fic-higan's foot- Democrgtic Candidate for Prs-5 .at athletic con- idential Nomination Saied nade clean and to Come Jan, 190 ikering or leg- elieves those in 3AY MAE A DRiIESS IN M)RNiN r, ns are the ones ndard of athet- telegram from Governor Woodrow . e Wilson of New Jersey stating that he not so uchai a would be in Ann Arbor on January 19 regu...…

January 04, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 68) • Page Image 2

…N DAILY tho University every morning; except Mon-, oughout the scjhool year. . the Post Office at Anil Ar- ;higan, under Act of Con- Mfarch. 3, 1879. bNAlNC EITOR. Falter K. 'Towe~rs. SELNESS 1WINAOER Albert It. IDilley Editorsi.y fron~the present semester, Those of us whv~o are senior, remember that in this year w leave the campus and face the trials andi troubles that await without. To the senior therefore wve again wish happiness and succ...…

January 04, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 68) • Page Image 3

… USIC AAA r JA DRIA l COL ~SIMEI) ADS. 11 .AN'i I.1 Dr.' etrde Lx.,Wantled-Second lgrowth hickory bttS w'ill be the attraction at suitable for Automobile spokes. For itney theater Saturday, further information cadl on or write atinee and ni-ht, in tho W. C. Alorrey, Mgr., Timber Depart- H4auerbach latest musical ment, H-Iaye~s Wheel Co., Jackison: tor De Luxe." These Mlichigan1. 4a to 73 rs have given theatergo- o-''' ,- turnt jes. Hle...…

January 04, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 68) • Page Image 4

…;MIC~il&GAN I iLY T__ __ _ _COMEDYtCLUJB STARTS WRKGu OF LU L ma ________ ON PRO DUCTION O1 NEW PLAY (U AS y f the swell-dressed Re ersl f e asr e Fn s NO HOLIDAY REST i211 d e y R ehA rll of "tor he a gistE r fet"40nd madeby U. ~ inues. - tou to wear, le t US- Arrows of Dfiinutive Archer Pierce New Yorx's latest Earnest' work is the by-word with Man~y Cmpus Hlearts Dring members of the Comedy club who be- Yuetie Vacation. gan last night th...…

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