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MUSIC AND F

DRAMA I

"Doctor De Lime." '
IAn express train to Happyland,. a
blending of pretty girls and tuneful
music, a bunch of laughter tinged
with just a touch of sentiment, a scin-
tilating succession of surprises, that
is what "Doctor De Luxe" which is
coming to the ':vew Whitney Theater
Saturday, January 13, matinee and
night is composed of.
You won't only laugh at what Ralph
Herz is doing or saying, you will laugh
- at what he is going to do next. In ad-
m.iiration the young men in the audi-
ence will ask if Harriet Standon Is
married and every one will feel puz-
rzled to know how Jos. M. Gaites ever
got such a clever bunch of players to-
gether on one stage. There are Harumn-
Scarum kiddies, and fascinating show
,girls and trick doggies, and songs
full of ginger and repartee as spark-,
- ling as champagne, and fully is ex-
hillrating.
IDespite the rollicking, reckless ga-
ietyof the comedy, it is a wNholesomnej
show throughout. You will realize thisj
S after the curtain on the finale has sent
you out with a riot of music in your
veins. Assisting Mr. Herz in keeping
the fun going are: Harriet Standon,
Polly Prim, Marion B~allou, Georgia
Kelly, Cordelia MacDonald, Rena San-4
tos, Eugenie LaBlanc, Harry Stone,
Edward Wade, Taylor Williams, Harry
Delf, Edward Earle and Master Wilfred
Morison.
-LIBRARY GETS COPY OF NEW
EDITION OF SHELLEY'S NOTES

BOOST COST 'OF' LIVING AGAIN,
Dealers "Forced" to Raise Price of
"Fatimas" and Other "Pills."
"Back to the makin's" Is the watch-
word of the campus devotees of the
"Great God Nicotine" since the ap-
pearance of little printed signs an-
nouncing the rise in the price of "tail-
or-nmades." Local dealers, feeling that
the profits in cigarettes were far. too
small have formed a miniature trust
and boosted the price of the "germ kil-
lets.",'
"Fatimas," those necessary luxuries
that have kept many a poor student
alive during "exam" week, have been
raised to a place in the economic world
that rivals even the more expensive
Turkish varieties. All other brands
have been placed on a strait scale and
it is impossible to' buy the "dream
stic~ks" at the old two pfr a quarter
rate.
The dealers declare that the prices
will not be lowered and claim-that they
are making but little, even at the newv
figure. However, one merchant who
was questioned admitted that the in-
crease gave a profit of seven cents of
every package of Fatimas.
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Wasington'Street. Bell Phone, 432-J
18 eod tf

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Matinee and Nigl

Jos. M. Gaites begs to

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By .Otto Naat-rhach
of "Thiree Twiiin.,"s

ar d Karl Hoschina, ait tinrs and oi

Prloos..-5c to $1.50

MAIL ORDER

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Tan
Shoes
for /
College2
women:
$3.50 and $4.00
MACK & CO.
p s . f o q.a n o
i snqu" fl ;t~l'U .t .J
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A privately printed work entitled1
"Note-books of Percy Bysshe Shelley"
has lately been presented to the Uni-
versity library by Mr. W. K. Bixby of
-St Louis. He has given several other
valuable books to the library in the
past, among them being "Letters of
Zachary Taylor" and "Inventory of
George Washington's Estate," both of
which were privately printed by Mr.
Bixby.
The new addition to the library shelv-
es is essentially a deciphering of the ac-
tual note-books of Shelley. The task
of maki9ng these random notes intelligi-
Wie was at first thought impossible, but
through the careful preservi.ng work.
of Mr. Bluxton Forman, the compiler.
a volume almost indispensable to Shel-
ley devotees has been evolved.
FPROM , W,. ). HIENDERSONY GIVES
FIRST , TALK IN "Y" COURISE.
"A College Man's Debts" is the gen-
eral subject of the series of lectures to
be gi.7en under the auspices of the
University Y. Al. C. A. starting Sunday,
January 7, at 3:00 instead of 6:30 p. i.
as heretofore. Prof. AV. D. Henderson
of the University will delive r the first
talk, the subject of which is "The
D~ebts You Remeinber." The series in-
f lides three lectures and promises to
attract many students.
Father's Death Chlls Students Rome.
locren G. Startch, '14, and Lillian
Stauch, '12, were, called to'their homre
at Birmningham;: yesterday on account
of the suddent (leath of their father.
Mr. Stauch was in excellent health
when school reopenied but a sudden at-
tack of heart disease from overexer-
tion caused his death. It is not known
whether the son and daughter will re-j
amr to school or net.

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TO THE

Men

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Mich

Who Want Light-W'eight Sox That Will
Without Darning for Six Months

E1llproof Hose are for you college men who have
no wrother or -.iter near to do your darning. Ti e-e
are the Genuine Holepro -f Hose, the softe'st, ni 4st
comfortable, be-t fittinv, most stylit-h hose ever Awfin.
They carme in weighrts-to~sua. . Six pairs are guar-
antd not to Aiear. out f-r six months. Please do not

judge the gt nuirie "Soleproof" by
".gua'nnteed hose."
"Holeproof" are made in all the la
are Perie4 t in finish and tedve.
Tht-.y are close-fitting. Colors gu
They posse(-ss every advantage know n .o

Ifoleroo ul
FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN

ne Shoes

$4.00 to $6.00. Nowhere else will you
y, that we give you-the pi oo! of the
know-coeme and eatl
tock, our REPUTATION for CORRECT
you BETTER SERVICE than it is pos-
$6.04) custom models with those cost-'
o you good.

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From Egyy3t.
We use yarn made fromi cotson. grown in Egypt;
also cotton grown in the Sea Islands. 'I bese are the
finest yarns in the world. They cost us an average of
70c p.'r ib.;'the top market price for cotton yarns.
Wec could wave almost. half if we bought coi'n xu rn.
Bat the hose would then sink to thse common grade.
ft would not suit, the collegiate.
"Holeprool" is the finest hosiery made.
40 Year's of Knowing How
40 yo.rs in the h, slery burinesb have taught us
how to produce,,a superior product.
We have movie thousands of tests anrd esperi-
mnents.
We have learned how to make six pairs (J hose
chat wear wit)-out holes for six months. without
sacrificing, comfort or style.
Please Try the Genuine
There are scores of poor imitation: -hose made

wi h cap yarn by amateur maker -so,
careful t0 get the original. It bearer thei
proof" on the toe. AI,-o th~e trade m~ark s
ad. and the signatuwe-
Six pair;~ of men's "11 olefpri of." gu;
m(In~bh-, cost $1.5o' up- to $3 00 , accordi~g'
,A eight. Thei e are twelve colors, t( D
five grisdes.
Holept-oof Silk Sox, three y r. guars
month, $2.w0.
We ake "fioteproof" for weomen at
too; six p)airs guaranteed six m ni hs. Si
for woih( n cos.t $3.o for three pairs, guar
a~onths. Tell Hour mother ar d sisters ab
Sold in M1ost High Grade Storeps
"The gvnuiue Iliolej joof" Is sold in An Arhor
by our own hnbev-dzsher pri bably. Get six pain
D-'day aind try thiem.. .Do it now. You will iie~re
go b)ack 10 he other hind

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119 South Main Street

Write for-Tree Book, "HokvXo ).ake You Teet HaPPy"
HaOLEPROOF HOSIERY COMPANY, MILW AUKEE,

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