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t THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Walk-Over Foot-Wear

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There's Snap and Ginger in every Pair

GOD MICHIGAN ;GO
to
LYNDON''S KODAK AND SUPPLY
STORE
719 N. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
FOR
Fresh Films Guaranteed -Developing Velox Prints
Latest Model Kodaks Good Pictures
Bargains in "Trade In" Kodaks

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ta w
The Milady
Gypsy Button
$4.00-$ 5.00

Our windows are full of the
season's authoritative styles
-conservative staples and
popular novelties-no mat-
ter what your taste is, we

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can serve you.

HO FFSTETTER'S
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 South Main Street

Makes Photographs with Correct Color Values of
Paintings, of Drawings in Mom --ne or Poly-
S WINchrome, and of Colored Obje Has Photo-
?'1 F.Uni. Ae. ent than anyone else in thesl
713 Uni. Av* Home Portraiture a specialty
How's ThisI?
We 'will emboss a single or two-letter mnonogram in Tiny
color, on any staionery, without charge for the ntse of
the die. We, carry over i ,ooo Cobn tioii Die in
i° ~stock. 'this enables us to give y:,u One Jayl Service.
We also carry the finest stock
of Stationery i n t he city.
The Mayer-Schairer Co. w
y.Phone 1404 112 S. Main Street
MADE BY DANJES ft1 NICKELS
tontthe only Studio on the camp uas are In a. class
by thervseves. Amateu fi!-1j
of superior qus .lity.
334.336 So. STATE ST., ANN ARBOR.
When is a cigarette
Sensible?
A cigarette is not sensible So they surely are sen
for you if it leaves your sible for you-except pos-
taste and your snoke-hun- sibly for the taste
ger a little bit unsatisfied. Andwhen it comes to that,
r -nor if it bothers your it will be mighty strange if
throat or tongue you dont like Fatinas taste
-nor if it makes you "feet -they couldn't sell so fast
mean"' after smoking you if the taste Weren't extra
usual number good, could they?
None of these things will Why not get Fatfas this
happen to you if you find eery day and find out for
(and stick to) the right yourself how sensible a3
cigarette cigarette can really be?
But the cigarette that is
right for one man may not
^ be right for another. For
instance, Fatimas may not
just suit your taste-in spite;
of the fact that they are the
best-selling cigarette costing
over 5c.
Fatimas ARE coo and l i
friendly to the throat and;
tongue-and they will NOTo + t
make you "feel mean" after .
smoking all you want. a ;;Ir
Pnzem al! the +. Pwr tcoic lonafoo kes! P o/t+.
Indivdua
20AM 1a

IO TU REPUBLICANS WIN
Womian 'Suffrag'e loses by Big Major-
Sties ini Nearly Every Dis-
triet
RE 'ULTS )E PRESS WA SHINGTWION
New York, No. 2.-So far as natural
deductions in regard to the elections
of today go, the results point to a gen-
oral Republican victory.
In this city the Tamtmany candidates
for district attorney and sheriff were
'elected by a miajority of about 150,000.
The flew constitution, which was
drawn up under the supervision of
iilhu Root, and for which he has been
,woiking hard, was defeated by a mna-
jority of about 100,000. The defeat o
equal suffrage here was by a majority
of about 172,000.
In the congressional districts of the
state, two Republican candidates for
congressman were elected, and the re-
s;ults point to the election of the third,
although the complete returns were
not in by 10:30 o'clock tonight.
In Pennsylvania the returns showed
thie election of one Republican con-
gressman. Smith, the Republican can-
didate for mayor of Philadelphia, was
elected by a majority of about 80,000.
FIqual suffrage in Pennsylvania was
beaten by a majority of about 100,000.
Early returns from Massachusetts
point to a Republican majority of
about 1 5,000, the ticket of that party
being elected on the whole. Equal
suffrage was beaten by a majority of
between 75,000 and 100,000.
Prohibition, which was the princi-
lial issue in Ohio, was defeated. The
Republicans also elected the mayor of
Cincinnati.
Washington, Nov. 2.-Taken as .a
whole, there is a grat deal of disap-
pointment here as a result o the elec-
tions today, andi the general spirit is
(ge of gloom. One ray of hope is that
Stanley, D~emocratic candidate for gov-
eriior of Kentucky, was elected.
It is thought that the results of the
(lefeat of equal suffrage will intensify'
the fight in congress for national suf-
fr age.
We'Ave 'Opes-Yt
FortY 0119flMiles
As N \xe o to p ress, a weary pedes-
Irian is . arng the outskirts of D-
troit. We d1on't know how close he
is to the big city, but 'ave 'opes that
it isn't far, for if hie does niot reach
the Ciy Hal before 7:00 o'clock this.
rocrni ng he is out several dollars.
The' young moan in question, Alfreo
,)ean Brown, '18, figured it out that
the distance to Detroit is as naught1
compared with the miles between this
ale of books and Pennsylvania. His
only real property amounted to $2.31
a>ud a strong desire to see the team in
etion against Penn. Hence, why not
niake a nwr- walk to Detroit pay for
a ride on the cushions to Philadelphia?
Noct liaiing to his credit any amaz-
i athletic ,rcrd. and being of a
[lui d that aoes not suggest the great
,Yeston, friend Prown had little diffi-
culky ini sasng a wager on the start-
lig sic I eaven t that he 'is capable of
1etrclling to the big city in 11 hours.

!° t nigh:° as the campus clock
mold, the hour of 8:00, he started,
licercd by his supporters and jeered
by tnose who were cruel enough to
cc' againEst him. His only companion
was a lone, sad-looking hamburger.
'!he last report on the trip that The
:aily has re :(ced came in at 1 :22c
c "clock this morning. It read, "Could
sc( 1aily tihe lights of the Tuller ai
ft m linutes ago. Must be iiearingc
'~r~.Just left Wayne."I
AiE'd Trasports ]:eported Off Kalagae
L.ond on, Nov. 2.-Briti;:h and Frenchv
trianisports carrying the new expedi-v
tionary force to the aid, of Serbia havec
been sighted off of Kalaga, on thes
Aegean sea about 80 miles northieastc
of Saloniki, according to a statementr
in the Berliner Tageblatt.o

Wedanees R In., Week of
and sat. N 11~EE
DETROIT
"PEG 0' MY HEART"
Full of Comedy and Laughter
Shows at 300-5:30-3:00-9:30
WVDN$SDIA, NOV. 3-Robert WVar-
wick ini his latest success, '-'fhe FIah
of an FEmerald." 5 parts.
TrHURSDAY, NOV. C _- dward Co-
nelly in "Mar~e Cointon," comedy.
dranma in five part+, Metro.
FRID)AY, NOV. 5- Mary Mles Alinter
in "Timmy of Stork's Nst," fromt the
story by J. Brecken ridge Allis. 5 parts.
Take a "Trip Around the World."
Finest series of travel pictures ever
produced. Watch for date.
IAMONOS JEWELERS yWHCN
CHLANDER ,N SEYFRIE.
NAR0 SILVERSMITHS ANN Ai~
DO. N TOWN
H-EADQUART1WERS FOR
C.. OF M. JEWELRY
LIT TBEDS
1-IT GUMMITILES
4',a - ardee Appo)itedl f'1ia'an o
Social, While SLieis leeus
Finaniice
'I'HREE NI AEW FINDS ARF Vf1tA1?)
President K. S. Burge of the junior
lit class announced appointments t0
-ommiittees in that class at a special
meting of the advisory committee of
+lme' organization last night.
Earl E. Pardee was appointed chair-
,man of the social committee, which
also includes Lee E. Joslyn, Theodore
tCox, Frances Way and Della Lauben-
gayer. The members of tie finance
conmnittee, which were elected by the
advisory comimittee, are: Samuel Sla-
vens, chairman, and Alice Blodgett.
Members of the auditing omimittee
i ho were appointed are: Paul Schmidt,
chairman; Leonard Nieter and A. S.
Hart.
Three new committees, those of pub-
licity, outlook, and athletics, have been
:created in the 1917 class. The per-
sonnel of these committees is as fol-
lows:, Publicity, John C. B. Parker,
chairman; E. Rodgers Sylvester,
Thomas . Reid and Jane . Tlartsig;
outlook, Gray Muzzy, chairman;. Wil-
l am Niemann, Morrison Wood, Edward
'E. Mack, Katherine Overman, Dorothy
Diss and Margaret ocun; athletic
conmmittee, Thomas Oglthorpe, foot-
ball ; Franklin Randall, basketball ;
robert Birminghanmr track, and Wil-
liam Newton, baseball. These men
will act as chairmen during the sea-
sons of their respective teams andl will
co-operate in creating interest in the
various branches of class athletics
which they represent.
A meeting of the class will be held
some time next week. Owing to the
fact that three-fourths of the class
dues are delinquent, a day will be set
aside in the near future for the pay-
ment of back dues. Manager Ogel-
thorpe of the football team stated yes-
terday that more men were needed for
the team, which practices at 3:30
o'clock every afternoor'.on south Ferry
field.
UNION TO IVE DNC

AFTER CORNELL0BATLE
Vontiiiuous -Music Will be Feature;
Affair (kiveu in Conied Gyms;
Issue 400 Tickets
Incessant music will be the feature
of the Cornell game dance to be given
Saturday evening after the big battle
in the combined gymnasiums. The
dance will be given by the Michigan
Union and will take the place of the
usual weekly membership dance. Two
eight-piece "Ike" Fisher orchestras
will furnish the music. One orchestra
will be in Barber gymnasium, the
other in the Waterman gyimn~asiuim,
and they, will play alternately; when
one stops. playing the other starts imn-
mediately, thereby supplying continu-
ous music.

VWHITNEY THEATRIE,
Sat urday Night, November 6
H. H FRAZEE presents the Farce that is making
the w~hole world laugh
A
By EDWARD PEPLE
Author of "The Prince Chap," "The Littleest Rebel,."
Staged' by EDGAR MACGRIEGOR
IT'IS THE LAUGHING HIT THE CENTURY

Prices

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Seats on Sale Thursday, 9 A. Mo.

WHITNEY THEAI RE
MONDAY, NOS.8
r1 COttANAPDHARRIS
PRtESE'r
Theme
Most Power-
ful Play Ever
By ELMER L. REIZENS't=N
BIGGEST HIT M 25 YEARS
Prices: $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c
SEAT SALE OPENS FRIDAY, NOV. 5

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Four hundred tickets will be issued' purchase themr from ticket sellers who
at the usual price of 50 cents apiece; will be stationed before tl@ e ~rs t9-
They will go on sale at the Union desk night, They may also be purqha,eQ
this afternoon at 5:00 o'clock. Those during the flay at practically all thie
especially anxious to get tickets aref State street stores, at Mack's dlown-
advised to do so at an early ,late. town and at the various tables to D
Dancing will last from 9:30 to 12.00 placed about the Tampus,
o'clock. Punch will be placed ., u' ~ - - -
merous places about the halls. * *:
The dance committee has beeit ap- *
pointed as follows: J. S. Leonard, '16L, * TONIHT'S PROGRAM I
chairman; E. C. Maguire, '16; W. E. * ____
Lamoreaux, '16L; W. 'R. Atlas, '13; * 1. "The Victors," Ebel, '01;*
Felix S. Baer, '16; Lawrence C. fleus- * the Varsity band.
tis, '17. The chaperons will be an- * 2. "La Paloma," Serenaders'
pounced later. * trio and sextet.*
______________ * 3. Blue Danube Waltzes, '
,SI''ELLXR 1 CASJ~T TO * Strauss; the Varsity band.
ASSIST BAND SHOW * 4. (a) "One, Two, Three,*
____ * Four," (b) "Sweet dei Lehua,"*
* (c) "On the Beach at Waikiki,"*
(Continued from Page One) *Ha ianmscn.*
of the program. The Michigan Con- * 5 TeNwEgadDbt
cert quartet, Achi's Hawaiian misi- * 5."hNeEnldDba
cians, the Serenaders' trio and sextet .i~Scey"E .Sehn 1L
*Hurntreske-Who's Next? Bel-
and the Camlp Davis engineers are ex- ~~et h ast ~4
pected to infuse the atmosphere with 7.()"CrmnWaz qg1 "
haronyofa high order, while the*Wisn () MgyLa *
hroyband itself f promises to perform at its * Wilo"Nvn; th) Mihygau a'
best for the occasion. * cert quartet;, (c) Duel see
E. 0. Snethen, '18L, will be the only * from "Faust," by Davis, Sukes
nan to venture on the stage alone. * and Carlson; (d) "My Chinese'*
is "New England Debating Society" * Girl," Waldemar John, '16, and '
will be directed at the humorous por- * A J. Gornetzki, '17; solo by '
Lion of the cerebrums of those prosent. Grover.*
Men who have taken out tickets to * 8. "Ten Minutes of Camp Da~-*
sell will make their final report a~t * vis."
he box office of the auditorium some * 9. "Th', yellow and Blue," ~
ime between~ 6:00 o'clock and 8:00 * Gayley-Stanley; audience.
o'clock tonight. Those who have been*
unable to obtain the pasteboards may * * * * * * * * * * * *

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tCermajis Repulsed by Heavy Fire; Tennessee At l- ta my Yel iteeover
Paris, No. 2.-The German massed; Na ihv ille, Tenn.,I Nov. .- Physicians
attack in an attempt to capture Chinme- to day entertainedi hopes for the recov-
lis and Fuquefort, south of Somme, 1cry of Benny Jared, the Te-miessee urni-
was repulsed by the French heavy fire. verity football player who was in-
jured in the game w±i ti anderbilt umni-
versity Saturday. Jar, d successfully
Berlin, Nov. 2-The Germans under ;with't oodl an opration performed
command of von Hindenburg have re- Sudymrigttrmv ltuo
captured territory from the Russians !the seventh cervical vertebra of heis

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and have taken 2,000 prisoners. spinal colun. Although ble is par-
aly-zed from his waist down, he has
Berlin, Nov. 2.-The Italian losses never lost consciousness.
have been heavier than ever, in their I- - ----
attempt to capture Ghorizia. All the In future all cars stop at Goodyear's
attacks- of the Italians failed. Drug, Store. tf

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