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October 30, 1915 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-10-30

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Mr. R. U. A. Kodaker.
Dear Sir:-
1 am sorry to he4r that you have had some bad luck with your
snap shots. It is indeed exasperating to pay 50 or 60 cents for a film,
and then after going to the trouble to get the exposures, to have them 1
ruined in finishing.
When I was in Anil Arbor this summer I had the same trouble
until a friend told me to go to Lyndon, the Photographer on North
University, and ever since then I have been going there and getting
fine results. Lyndon absolutely guarantees perfect work or no charge
for developing, but the best part of it is he gives perfect work. I have
never had a film poorly developed or scratched up and he has develop-
ed about 20 films for me already.
I-is lprints on Velox paper are the best I ever had made, and they
come so clean and neat.N
fly the way, be sure and have him make you some enlargements.
He uses Velox for enlargements also, and even though your negative
is thin he gets the contrast. ills price is so reasonable that I am sure
you will have a lot of them made the same pas I have done.
Now, old man, be sure and try Lyndon for your finishing and you'll
find that your pictures will be much better and clearer.
With best wishes,
A. Mateur.
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MAESTIAC TODAYat I
TONIGHT 7:3 0 & 9

The Hit of the Season

MAX BLOOM
- IN-
"THE SUNNY SIDE
OF BROADWAY"

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Matinees Week of
Wednesday GARRCK ctober 25
and Sat.DERT
DETROIT
TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT
BEAUTY CHORUS OF-50

ESTABLISHED 1818
L iTHING
MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTHSTREET
NEW YORK
Our Representative, MR. J. A. GORMAN.
will be at
THE PONTCHARTRAIN
To-day
with Fall Styles in Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats
and Shoes

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ARCADE
Shows at 3:00-6 :30-8:oo-g :30
SA TUI'RDA Y. OCT. 30-"Anthony and
Cieopatra," the gigantic spectacular,
historical drama produced by Kleine
Six parts. Return date.
MONDAY. NOV. i-Viola AUen in "The
White Sister," from t fe story and
play by F. Marion Crawford. 6 parts.
TUESDAY, NOV 2-Dorothy Bernard
and George Souile Spenecr ini "The
District Attorney," by Charles Klein.
Take a "Trip Around the World."
Finest series of travel pictures ever
produced. Watch for date.
RAE THEATRE
W. Huron St., Opposite D. U. R.
Waiting Room.
ALAN STANCHFIELD, MGR.
Saturday, Oct. 30
Famous Player Co. presents "paid
in Full."
ADMISSION ALWAYS TEN CTS.
Matinees 2 P. M.; Evenings, 6:30.
Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays con-
tinuous.

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BOSTON BRANCH:
149 Tremont Street

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NEWPORT BRANCH:
220 Bellevue Avenue

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1Oc, 15c, 20c

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A Special Desk Pad with

upper - - 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c
Try a bowl of our delicious soup.
Attention for Ladies. 601 E LIBERTY

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At the

Factory Hat
W. W. MANN,

Store
Prop.

ii3 E. Huron St. Near Allenel Hotel

"CHARLEY BARRY OF NOWHERE"
PAYS SIGMA CHI'S A VISIT
A ragged-looking stranger walked
into the Sigma Chi house, 548 South
Statetstreet, at 10:00 o'clock last night
and began to prowl around upstairs.
He entered one of the rooms and start-
ed a conversation with the occupants.
The police department was notified
and two officers came and took charge
of the man. At the police station he
was searched and he gave his name
as "Charley Barry of Nowhere." A
man who claims to be his brother was
arrested yesterday afternoon on Hill
street, and the two will be brought
before Judge Thomas this morning on
a charge of vagrancy.
Famous Athlete to Eat Ancient Eggs
New York, Oct. 29.-Homer Baker,
the famous half-miler, will eat eggs
that are a year old before a selected
committee here tomorrow. Baker has,
been living on an egg diet for some
time and will test eggs which have1
been treated with a new process.
Former Princeton Player is Killed
Baltimore, Oct. 29.-John T. Poe, a
former Princeton football player, was
killed on September 22 while engaged
in fighting in a British command in
northern France, accordingto advices
from the British war office received by
his brother today. Poe was a member
of a well-known Maryland family.
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,<

PREMIER BRIAND FORMS
COALITION CAMINET TO
GUIDE FRENCH AFFAIRS
(Continued from Page One)
While the government has been
greatly strengthened by the formation
of the coalition cabinet, the political
situation is still causing T considerable
anxiety here. Balkan affairs are look-
ing even gloomier than yesterday, and
reports received late today indicate
that both Greece and Roumania are
considering fresh offers from Ger-
many.
BANI SCOURS CAMPUS
FOR BRILLIANT FESTIVAL
(Continued from Page One)
man in the 1911 Union opera, "The
Crimson Chest"; Chase B. Sikes, '16,
member of the Varsity quartet for the
past two years; Frank W. Grover, '18,
of last year opera fame, and Harry
Carlson, '17, comprise the organiza-
tion.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Band meets at 1:30 p. m. in front
of the Alumni hall for photograph.
The game of the soph engineers with
the fresh engineers has been postponed
until some time next week. The sophs
will hold the regular practice this
morning at 10 o'clock.
Issue Statement of Treasury Moneys
Washington, Oct. 29.-According to
a statement issued today, the condi-
tion of the United States treasury is
as follows: Net balance in general1
fund, $119,590,454; total receipts, $46,-+
498,336; total payments, $52,339,832;
deficit for year, $38,551,234, exclusive
of Panama canal or public loan trans-

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LENSES DUPLICATED
EYE-GLASSES
REPAIRED
Have your eye-glasses fitted with
the new Invigible Rims.
Haller Jewelry Co,
STATE ST. JEWELERS
PROF. J. R. ALLEN SPEAKS AT
ENGINEERING SOCIETY SMOKER
Prof. J. R. Allen, of the engineering
department, spoke last night to 200
engineers on "Foreign Engineering
Education and Practice" at the Engi-
neering society's smoker. Professor
Allen said that foreigners specialize in
education to a fine degree, while Amer-
icans believe in the broader, more gen-
eral sort.
A. C. Simons, president of the civil
branch of the society, and U. M. Smith,
president of the electrical branch, also
gave short speeches. Mr. Simons gave
an illustrated talk on the native tribes
of the, Philippines, and Mr. Smith
urged a co-operation of all the
branches of the society under a rigid
constitution.
The remainder of the evening was
spent in having a good time, with
smoking, cider and doughnuts much in

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Make the Evening Plearsant!t
Take a Box of Candy Along with You.-
GILBERT'S, MORSE'S OR CRANE'S
The Student Supply Store

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1 1 I S. University Ave. Op posite Engineering ArchPhn11SR

.Phone i 160"R

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