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December 17, 1911 - Image 4

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iedy Club Reconsiders First Choice
And Decides to Present
"The agsre.
ST PLAY WAS TOO DIFICULT.
nanimous disapproval of "The
oolmistress," the choice of the Com-
Club for its annual production,
.e to a climax yesterday, when the
rd of Dramatic organizations was
tined, on behalf of the club, for a
uge of play. The petition was a-I
ted and .a grant was given for the
sentation of "The Magistrate," a
tedy written by Sir Arhur Wing
ero, who also wrote the rejected

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Majestic Theater.
The cntire week will be devoted to
musical comedy productions at the
Majestic theater, opening with the us-
ual shows Monday night. The first
three days of the coming week fill
bring the big musical farce "Merry
Mary" with a company of twenty-five
and the famous Taxicab chorus of
singing and dancing girls. Two shows
each night will be given and the com-
pany will give the entire program.
Thursday night the "Two Admirals"
will return with their new musical pro-
duction in two scenes entitled "Oh,
what a night."
A $2.50 standard make fountain pen,
$1.25. $3.00. $1.50 fine Christmas pres-
ents with each $1 .!! ,-ale. Skinner's.
Finest equipped Billiard Parlor in
the city, 118 and 120 East Liberty St.
Everything new. 40 cents per hour on
any table.
T[IE TOBACCO SHOP,
Some Christmas Suggestions.
We advocate the Whittall Rugs.Why?
Because when we sell you one of this
grade we know we will make you a
life customer. They have been tried
for many years and have proven that
they are made for hard service. They
couie in three grades of superiority:
Anglo Persian, Anglo Indian, Wiltous,
Childema Body Brussels. Martin Hal-
ler, Rugs, Draperies and Furniture.

Thursday,

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- The defect of "The Schoolmistress,"
as seen by Director Bert St. John, and
Manager Arthur G.i Cohen, was that it
lacked a central interest to sustain it,
Although a clever piece of work it wasj
believed generally that the play was
somewhat too difficult for student play-
ers, inasmuch as it was a matter of
too much acting without speaking lines.
and that the time to prepare for it was
not suffIcient to develop this most dif-
ficult requisite by the members of the
ST A'T EME NT iS ISS UED BY P lA ..
TORS.
(Continued from page 1.)
to the church in the sense that they
shall carry on their work in the co-t
operation with that of the churches.
Article V. On all questions touchingj
the work of any of the organizations
represented in this Federation, the
counsel of the Federation shall be ex-j
pressed by a majority vote of its total
membership.
ArLicle VI. Membership in this Fed-
eration for those entitled thereto shall
be established by signing these articles.
Y.IM. C. A. Explains Delay.
It had been the intention of the Y.
M, C. A. to issue its statement at the!
same time as that of the Pastors' Un-
icn and one had been prepared by the
o cial. At the last moment, howev-
er, Judge V. H. Lane, president of the
board of directors of the association,
refused to give the article to the press.
According to his statements he had n'
seen the statement and consequently
refused to stand sponsor for the doon-
ment.
Will the Y. M. C. A. be ready to is-I
sue a statement on Monday?" he was

Seat Sale Tues., Deo. 2

Roya"

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Clothes put -
of ready-mad
and styles.

If we cannot repair your old pen it
,vill be takeniin part pay for a new one.
Fine line of leading makes of fountain
pens. Moore's latest in non-leakable
pen. Skinner's.
See large ad for free pipe deal at
the Tobacco Shop, 118 and 120 East
Liberty St. 59 to 67
We have one great big floor devoted
to Parlor Furniture, Easy Chairs, Tur-
kish Rockers, Davenports, Martha
Washington Chairs, Settees and Couch-
es, etc. Martin Haller, Furniture, Car-
pets, Rugs and Draperies.
AOTICE !
To Automobile and Motor Cycle Own-
er -The 1912 automobile and license
number plates are now being issued.
All owners should make application at
once so as to be prepared for January.
1, 1912. No cars or motorcycles will
be allowed the use of the streets of
Ann Arbor after January 1, 1912 with-
out them. In putting on license plates
the rear plate must be attached so
that the light from the tail light will
shine on the number plate. This is in
accordance with the state law.
By order of THEODORE APFEL
Chief of Police. 62-63-64-65
Accommodations
in the smoking room can now be secur-
'd for at least ten more men for after
the holiday vacation. Mrs, W. E. El-
dort, 615 Monroe St. Board, $4.00 per
week. 65'
Ileywood and Wakefield's Rattan
Chairs in baronial brown with leather
or tapestry cushions are the most styl-
ish and comfortable pieces offered for
sale at present. Martin Haller, Fur-
niture, Draperies and Rugs.
61-63-65

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"I should think so," he replied, "but
I would not be positive. I shall not
sign my name to any statement until
I hve given it considerable thought."
"Were you not aware that a state-
ment had been lpromised for Satur-
lay?"
"Mr. Smith told me that they were
preparing a statement for publication
but I have not seen it or read it thor-
oughly "
Both Mr. Tinker and Mr. Smith were
confident that the statement would be
made Monday. They were also quite
sure Judge Lane would allow its pub-
lication and stated that the failure to
issue it on-Saturday was due to their
delay in getting the paper to Judge
Lane for his inspection,.
Buy the story of "The Awakened Ra-
moses" and other photographs of the
,male of Lyndon, photographer. 62 tt

Qualte'r
SISTERS
With The Great
Great Cticago Fire
BIG DOUBLE BILL
NO INCREASE IN PE
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APL & C I
aAJ~8~~J~pj

And Vaudevi

6.00. N
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here else will you
-the p: oo' of the

and eat!
'UTATION for CORRECT
SERVICE than it is pos=

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The score and music of the Michi-
gan Union Opera can be purchased at
the most convenient place. Grinnell
Bros. Annex, 313 So. State St. 62tf
AMATEURS, have you ever used
CYKO printing paper? If not, let us
show you all about it. O. F. Hoppe,
photographer, 619 E, Liberty St. 62-65

AUTO LIVERY
BELL PHON4E 1161
Ann Arbor Garaige, A
Get Your Scoice
"The Awakened
at our Annex

Have you seen those nobby
blues at Milward's? Ta' r
State St.

0 ford
ISO S.1
T9 tf

313s

custom models with those cost-
good.

Duth Main Street

A piece of handsome fuyniture is al-
ways appreciated and there is always
room in every ho use for such a gift.
Martin Pallor's Furniture Store.
61-63-65
Seats
in the new Smoking Room at the
Chubb House can be reserved now, for
after January 3. The arrangement of
tables will make it possible to accom-
odate a few more regular boarders at
$4.00 per week. Open during vacation
62-63-65

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