THE MICHIGAN DAILY
I WITNEY THEATRE~tL'°1X" I
At Yotir Price
are showing Six Colors in the .Chinchilla coatings-that deep
ue, makes a gentleman's garment and is cc rtinly making a hit.
Varmth Without Weight
the trade demands. We have met the demand in our showing at
e price of ready-to-wear Coat-you can have one tailored to your
asure and that means comfort.
"TI~c Girl of Sly Dreams."
"The Girl of My Dreams" which will
be seen at the Whitney theater on Sat-
urday, Nov. 23, matinee and night, is
said to bear the ear-marks of Jos. M.
Gaites' production, that it has all the
daintiness, chieness, good taste,
amusing situations, and laughs that
under the deft handling are lifted to
the 'gnity of a charming naturalness,
tjat ge costuming and scenic color
schemes are superb and in harmony
and richness they are lavished upon a
cast, not only of rarely artistic princi-
pals, but a capable. chorus rich in
At the Majestic.
The long expected engagement of
the original production of "The Time,
Place and the Girl," with a cast of 30
people including the most attractive
chorus ever seen at the local vaude-
ville theater will start tonight. Mati-
nees will be given Friday and Satur-
day at 3:60 o'clock.
Those who intend going are urged
by the management to buy tickets at
the box office during the day and avoidj
the big crowds at night.
Don't forget that box of Euyler's.
Agency 214 S. Main St.
A splendid suovenir of a splendid
victory. Cornell Poster Program 5c
his~~ Q-4.M 4-45
The Quaker Girl
and Splendid Company of 70 ill the delightful fine musical play
The Gir11 -Of .My.Dreams
Same big beauty chcrus, same special orchestra and the original
de luxe Harum Scarem Poney Ballet
N O V E M BE R
Coming direct from Auditorium Theatre, Chicago
Jos M.' Gates again presents
LNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS
Stationers, Opticirns and Fraternity Jewelers
Mat 2 to 1.00
Night 35 to 1.50 Sale Thurs.
In addition to Vaudeville
"A OOD WARD AVENUE,
CI AET T1 -
Being The Modern Adventures of Omar Khayyam, the Great Persian
Philosopher, whose Poetry on the Joy of Life made his Fame IEternal.
Omar Puts the Give in Thanksgiving Day
A eats Now Selling THANKSGIV-
ING DAY Matinee and Night.
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
William Howland'a Recital.
Wilila'm Howland gave a; recital of
some of the older classics yesterday
afternoon in the High School hall,
which was heard and enjoyed by a
large number of music-lovers. The
recital was the first, of the two which
Mr. Howland has announced for the
year, and included selections from the
song literature up to the time of Schu-
bert. In some of the older German
and Italian lieder, Mr. Howland's voice
and art are at their best. He gave the
Beethoven "Erlking" yesterday with
superb dramatic effect. And in the
group of early Italian songs, his tone
was beautiful for its smoothness and
its perfect bel-canto. The group of
English songs was perhaps most fa-
vored by the audience, and the concert
closed in a burst of applause.
Mr's. Rje ad Gives Recital.
On Friday evening of this week the
next Faculty Recital will be given in
school of music 'hall by Mrs. George
B. Rhead of the piano department. Mrs.
Rhead is well known as a fine pianist
and at her many appearances in Ann
Arbor has always demonstrated her
remarkable ability. The public is re-
minded that the concert Friday even-
ing is complimentary and all are wel-
come to attend. The program is as
Prelude and Fugue E minor, Op. 35
Sonata F major............Mozart
Nocturne, Op. 15, No. 2...... Chopin
Etude, Op. 25, No. 2.......Chopin
Ballade, Op. 52 ............. Chopin
Phantasia, C. major, Op. 17.
Durchaus fantastich und leiden-
schaftlich; Mossig; Langsam get-
Senior Girls section of the Deutsch-
er Verein meets Thursday evening at
All oratorical delegates meet in
room 302 north wing, at 5:00 p. m. to-
All sophomore and upperclass wom-
en desiring to register for the fencing
class, should do so at once. Classes
begin the first week in December, and
will be in charge of Prof. de Muralt..
Soph lit smoker at Union tonight at
The U. of M. Boat House will be open
from 9:00 to 5:00 Saturday. Anyone
wishing to get cushions or other be-
longings may get them at that time.
This is the last time the boat house
will be open this year. 44146
The largest and finest stock in the
city. Goodyear's Drug Store. 3 tf
Stands for four things:- 1. Honesty of Purpose 2. Skill in Manufactu-
re 3. Purity of Drugs 4. Satisfaction to the User.
If a Rexall Remedy does not give satisfaction
every cent paid for it will be promptly refunded
The Kexaidi Drug Store
"I I. C. WDSILL, Proprietor
122 S. Main Street Preseription Specialists
If you want your choice of English Styles+ see our
Crawford &Stelsons Shoes
THE REXALL POLICY
From $3.50 to $8.00
of Gym Goods at
S. State Street
It is part of my professional service to show women how to correct-
ly wear their corsets. Let me select and fit, in the seclusion of
your home, that comfortable, classy, perfect garment-the
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hanksgiving Day that Good Sport, Omar, seats
Flock of Chickens to some Turkey Eats!
"My Middle Name is Turkey, Gels!" said hc;
am the Guy that put the Eats in Treats!"
Fhat Underneath-the-Bough' Stuff wasn't ill it,"
id Omar, "With this Joy Life for a Minute!"
"With Omar Cigarettes to charm me -'ay £"
,ife is a Prize, and I'm the Boy to Win it!"
Designers of Men's Clothes
HENRY & CO.
711 N. University
LAR, the new Turkish Blend cigarette
exceptional quality-"The Joy of Life"
When you're Hungry Try
The St. James Cate
Lunces and Short Orders
25c Sunday Chicken Dinners 25c
pleasure to wear clothes that are really fine, high-class thoroughbred clothes, for which you don't have to make any apologies. Ed. V. Price & Co.
est tailors in the world of GOOD made=to=order could use cheaper clotn, trimmings and workmanship and you would probably never know the
rence-=but they dont. Their clothes are made ro give satisfaction and are the cheapest you can afford to wear. Every suit is guaranteed to fit
made exactly as you order it. Investigate the woolens.
FRED W. CROSS, 123 E. Liberty St.