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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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WILL GET THE
PIANO FREE
IN AND TRY IT OUT

Now is the time for you to
learn how to take pictures
A GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF PHOTOGRAPHY is the one thing no college man
or woman can afford to be without--Photography is being used in a thousand different
ways nowadays and you never know when it might be to your advantage to know how
to take pictures. Then there is the pleasure and satisfaction. The pictures of college
days will be cherished for many years to come.
Rent a good kodak for only 10c per day-or buy one at from $3.00 to $100.00

me for Full'Dress Suits is
)ur line is better than ever.
:e a good silk-lined Garment
der at $40.00. The work-
is unsurpassed by a n y
he fit, we assure you, will
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W hitny Theatre
THURSDAY, NOV. 5
CHARLES FROHMAN
Presents
miss
BILLIE BURKE
to Her Createst Success "Jerry"
Preceded by "The Philosopher in
the Apple Orchard"
Miss Burke in Both Plays
PRICES
Main Floor
1st 13 rows-360 seats...............$2.00
Last 8 roves-232 seats........ ........ 1.50
Balcony
1st 8 rows-235 seats...............$1.00
Last 5 rows-154 seats........ . ...5c
Gallery ............................ 0c
Mail orders received now if accompanied
by check.
Seats on Sale Tuesday at 10 O'clock

ORPHEUM THEATRE
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Thur., Fri., Nov. 5-6-Subjects changed to
Hobart Bosworth in "Burning Daylight" by
Jack London.

Dress Suits to Rent

Sat., Nov. ,7-11ig Comedy Sensation
parts-"Bungling Bunk's Bunco."
War Notes by Pathe Weekly.

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ARL MA
BLOCK

L C O L M
b04 EAST LIBERTY

ommen

For Twelve Years
The Sign of Satisfaction

Jways the New Styles. First
:.. LIBERTY ST.

Since the announcement of the pro-
gram for the November faculty concert
to be given this afternoon in Hill audi-
torium at 4:15 o'clock, minor changes
have been made. Mrs. Giorge B.
Rhead will render Scherzo, Op. 4,
Brahms in addition to Ballade, Op. 52,
Chopin.
The school of music requests all
patrons to cooperate in making these
concerts of the greatest possible value
by being present in their seats prompt-
ly at the hour scheduled, since the
doors will be closed during the num-
bers. It is further requested that no
small children shall be admitted to
the concerts.
Dikmmunic&ti0f
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
The University Musical society in
deciding to make all of the afternoon
concerts given under the auspices of
the school of music, free to the public,
felt that it might be of real service to
the community.
It is with regret, therefore, that it
is becoming apparent that many do not
appreciate the situation and do not
realize that they, by bringing young
children to these concerts, are disturb-
ing the audience and jeopardizing the
continuance of the series. Let it be
thoroughly understood, therefore, that
no young children will be admitted to
these concerts.
It is to be hoped that this statement
will be sufficient, and that it will not,
be necessary to resort to severe meas-
ures. ALBERT A. STANLEY.
ATTENDANCE AT PENNSY GAME
PROMISES TO TAX CAPACITY

Mon., Tues., Nov. g-xo-- -Karl Kienlichner in
Schiller's Immortal Drama, "William Tell."
Wed., Nov. ix-Mrs. Fiske in "Tess of D'Ur-
bervilles," by Thomas Hardy.

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308 South State Street ROYAL TAILORED CLOTHES

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BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
where the U.-of M. spirit
is manifest and "M" men are
taken care of. Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
your Dinner or after-the-
theaire Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to8:30
and to to 12:30. Delightful
music - orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits "M" men at any
hour of the day or night at
S ae
JACOB Mac , Manager

$8.00
Mackinaw
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Sweater-
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We will give away absolutely FREE with every $25.00 suit or overcoat an
$8.oo Mackinaw, and with every $i8.5o suit or overcoat a $5.00 sweater
coat. Every garment hand tailored to your order-to your measure-Fit
and workmanship guaranteed
FACTORY HAT STORE
118 E.Huron Street W. W. MANN, Proprietor

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Whitney Theatre
M O N D A Y
Matinee and Night V.
Messrs. Kent & O'Connor
Offer a Splendid Scenic Production
of the Everlasting Success
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ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW

With a Notable Cast

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Nov. 5-6-7
BURTON HOLMES' SWEEPING SVCCESS
CHART Es R. MACI.OON, Special Representative
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Miss Jacqueline DeWitt
as "lady Isabel"
All special scenery and lighting effects
A specially selected cast

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Prices:
-, Motin ee
Lower Floor 20c

.Balcsy 1e.c

Night
1st 4 rows 123 seats...........3"c
Balance of Balcony..........25c
Seats on Sale Saturday Morning at so

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ican Night

Whitney Theatre
Friday Nov. 6th,
Matinee and Night

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T

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ckett
(U. of M. '98)
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The

THE,

From the number of tickets already
sold to the Pennsylvania-Michigan
football game, it is evident that when
the first whistle blows Saturday every
seat in both bleachers will be occu-
pied. Nearly 20,000 pasteboards to this
game- had been distributed up to last
evening. Applications for the Cor-
nell game, while not quite so numer-
ous, call for nearly 15,000 tickets.
To Give Lecture Before Adcraft Club
Prof. Edward D. Jones, of the eco-
nomics department, will go to Detroit
tomorrow, where he will lecture be-
fore the Adcraft club, a society which
is affiliated with the Detroit Board of
Commerce. He will give the opening
address of a course= of 20 lectures,
dealing with political economy; soci-
ology, aesthetics, psychology and rhet-
oric. The subject of hisaddress will
be "The' American Distributive Sys-
tem; A Review and Criticism." Other
prominent speakers will be Roger
Babson, financial expert of Boston, and
Prof. Hugo Munsterburg, head of the
psychology department at Harvard.
President Takes Trip to Princeton
President Harry B. Hutchins left
yesterday to attend the sixteenth an-
nual conference of American univer-
sities to be held at Princeton, N. J.,
tomorrow and Saturday. On Monday
President Hutchins will go to Wash-
ington, where he will represent the
University of Michigan at the Nine-
teenth annual meeting of the national
association of state universities. The
President will speak on "The Presi-
dent's Office As the Center of Univer-
sity Organization and Activity."
Sons of Warring Countries Peaceful
Though war clouds: rolled up and
burst forth in torrents' upon the con-
tinent of Europe, peace and goodfel-
lowship reigned at the round-up party
for foreign students giV.en by the Cos-
mopolitan club last night. Represen-
tatives of foreign nations, including
those now at war, were present at the
meeting, but after the regular program
all of those present vied with one an-
other in singing "God Save the King,"
"Marseilles," and "Die Wacht Am
Rhein."

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Pianos to rent. Good dependable in-
struments at lowest rates. Schaeberle
& Son's Music House, 110 So. Main
St. tf.

Gym Suits that are a little better
Switzers, 310 State St.

New Exclusive Intimate

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Accompanied by a Special Lecturer and Operator
Gus Reed & Nell Wood Lefla Davis & Co.
The American Basso and Queen of Pianistes in "As It May Se"
"A Little Class-A Little Ragtime" Comedy Sketch Travesty on Woman's Suffrage
Lew Wells Davids' Duo
Monologue and Saxophone Ecceutricities The Versatile Novelty Pair
Four (4) Matinees each week-Tuesday, Wedneslay, Friday, Saturday; The MAJESTIC changes its bill every Mon-
day and Thursday. Only the first Show at night is reserved, seats held until 7.30. Every Tuesday and Friday is
"Ladies' Souvenir Matinee" at the Majestic. "School Children's Matinee" every Saturday afternoon, children under
12 years of age admitted for Five Cents.
COMING MONDAY, for Three Days, the $1,000 Feature Act, Gus Edwards'
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By Rachael Marshall
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"The Traffic."

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"WARM IUNDERWEAR"
Union Suits that fit
$1.00 Up or $5.00 Down
at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE
Main St.
Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
Music House. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy. The store
that satisfies. tf

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nal N. Y. production
Hackett.
Cirne Prices"
0c 75c 1.
with check enclosed
er received.

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Phone 2225
PRESSIN Goods Called For
ING ad Delivered
NO LOSS BY FIRE

Mats. Wed. GARRICK Special Elect-
and Sat. ion Mat.Tues.
D~ETROIT
Arthur ammerste,.o.ers
"HIGH JINKS"
With Stell Maybew
Matinee Tuesday and Wednesday....25c.$1.00
Nights and Saturday Matinee... ...50c-$2.50

CLEAN - POWERFUL - TRUE
INTENSELY HUMAN
Acted by a Superb Class of Players

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Prices:
Seats

25c-35c-50c-5 c-S1.00
'on Sale Wednesday

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Pennants Chrysanthemums
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their Ask the upper class man who sells
Dresg the best toque-Wagner & Co., State
29-33 St. - 29-33

Morse's and Gilbert's Chocolates
1111 S. University Ave.

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