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February 25, 1916 - Image 6

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THIS IS

FOR MEN

OPENING WEEK

Prices

Homlyke Phonograph Parlors
113 South Ma in Street
Edison Diamond Disc, Columbpia Grafonolas

Just received a New
ONLY:$3.09 PE;R PAIR-

RECORDS

RECORDS

RECORDS

From 65c up aad the best ;place in Ann Arbor
to hear them- under homelike conditions

I Invite a share of your patronage

1119 E. L E~

)T SHOP

'rt
see him

A. S. LYNDON Prop.
C. E. STEV ENS, Sales Mgr.
niMatinees a un Week of
INIGRCASE TAKEN UHP ;:0 ADERITK
BY BRTIH OYRNMEIF GUY BATES POST
-- OMAR the TENTMAKER
Furjiislies SlIdp Patssvge to Ili St -_______________________
(lent for Return to India;
ixeaves 3Monday _ _

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The British government, through its
vice-consul in Chicago, has interested
itself in the case of R. V. Nadigir,
''1, who is obliged to return to his
home in India on account of ill
'health.
Although Naligir's family owns a
village and several farms in India, hie
has received no money from home
since the war stairted. Since hie is a
loyal British subject, the British gov-
ernment is furnishing him with aj
third class passage home by' way of
IVancouver and liong, Kong, a trip tak-
ing almost two mionths' time.
Friends in the Dledical School are
raising Nadigir some extra funds so'
that he may be enabled to get a sec-
ond class ticket and have some money
for extra exp4,,nses onl his way back
to India.
Nadigii, who is at present in the
University Hospital, leaves Monday for
Chticagzo, Hes sails from Vancouver
at the end of thie week.
T iiREATE1HNEl) LINER ESPA( NE
NOT TO SAM FOR ItQR3I)EALIX

I ARCADE
Showns at 3-00, 6:30. 8:00, 9 :30
Fri. F~Irancis X. Bpsliiau and LBever ly
Ba-vne inl "Man and His Soul." Metro
Sat. 2-Clara Kimball Young in "-The
Iheart of the 131ue Ridge." World., also
Part Il ''Trip Aroundl~ the World.''
Mion. 2S-G;eO. Ade."Jntet (4ttof College'
l: -oh uan,
Orpheum Theatre
FAMOUS STARS IN FAMOUS PLAYS
Mlatinees, =:00, 315 Evening, 6t.t 5, 8:oo
9:15 Saturdays- Holidays Continuous
TVhurs. >Eri,-21- ,--I)en ttn Tholup~ont
in The Oldl Homiestead.
Sat., t6-WillaikIDuMck inl Aloha 0. 1;,
Trianigle Comedy, for Miatinee only.
Snn. RMo1.'2-28-P1auhine IFrederick inl
Lydia Gilmnore.

SMITH AND FARM~

'aits

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Dancing PACKCARD
ACADEMY
Every Saturday 9-12~

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MID IN CIIAM-
AMERICA' RIGHTS

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50o per -Couple
n- Tickets on Sale at Wahr's Friday 2 P.M.
Newv York, Feb. 2.-The Frenchli- Limited to 60 Couple
er 11.;hagne, thrcatenied with disaster
by an anonymioas letter writer, will :u oiroi ia ,0 n o"te-o ilpi
noit sail nor Bordeuxtmroiwa$100adortegdwllps
was anlnouncedl this afternoon. She the plant, $50,000. Neither bid a p-
will be put in drydock for .repairs, of- j proached the minimum fixed by the
ficials said. The Espagne was to have1 court, and the property was with-
sailed today hbut her departure was drawvn.
postponed until tomorrow and then---

ofDiarbekir.
AGerman train carrying guns and
munitions to the Novo Alexandrovsk
positions is reported to have been
v: recked and blown up a few days ago.
One hundred soldiers are declared to
bane been killed or injured.
New R1ul1er for D~utch tEast Indies
The Hague, Netherlands, Feb. 24-
A new ruler for the forty-five million
inhabitants of the Dutch East Indies
has just left for his post in 'the per-
son of Count Johran Paul van Lim-
burg Etiruini.
t()I,(AEElUM~i1NI ASK BIG SUN
FOR FREUi~flN) OF STATUE
New York, Feb. 24.-The faculty of
the College of the City of New Yorkr
has aphprove; the plan of the City Col-
lege Alumni association to erect oni
the college campus a replica~ of the
statue of General Alexander S.
Webb, recently unveiled on Gettys-
bur. battlefield. General Webb was
for the thirty-three years preceding
the installation of Dr. John H. Finley,
in 1903, president of City College. J
The Alumni association, through a-
committee headed by Supreme Court
Justice Samuel Greenbaum, appeals for
$.),200 to defray, the cost of erecting a
the mopanment. The state has already
appropriated $17,955 to procure a re-
plica of the statue, which 'is the work C
of J. Massey Rhind.
II
Patronize )fiiigan Daily Adv-ertiz-
err. * *

it in regard to
made.

the

ig public of the Pr(
to Senator Stone ca
x to another day wIh
ch excitement am(
Congress, and a grow
Eamong democratic le
use to put through lei
g A nericans from be
regardless of the Prc

'esi-
ame
hich
10ng0

cancelled entirely.
Abents of the line declared the can-
cellation had nothing to do wvith the
fact that several persons who had

'1UR10S REPORTED) TO BE

ire Damages British Steamer'
John, N. B., Feb. 24.-The Brit
ier Arracan, loaded and in
harbor ready to sail, was da
y fire ear'ly yesterday. The flair
discovered in the refrigera
and two hours elapsed bef
ire was under control.

ring looked passage received letters call- London, Feb. 24.-According to spe-
ead - ing attention to the new German war vial dispatches from Petrograd, the
'gs- on armed nerchatmen and warn- Turks are said to be evacuating Tre-
elli- in, them nict to sail. bizond, the Russiani advance alpng the
esi---- -- -- Black sea having reached within a
FIFTH TIOUSANID DOLLARS single day's march of 'the port of
DFFEREiD IFO] LONDO(N PAPER Rizeh. considerable force of Turks
fromt Erzerum is hastening toward
tishj London, Feb. 24.--Lean days vhjch i:xeh in tile hope of finding the coast
the have fallen on many newisp aper prop-' road open, to Trebizond. The Rus-
al-erties in Europe were indicated when sians are moving 'rapidly to u f
[nesI the receiver offered at auction the tlis force.
ator good will an~d receiver's interest in The only route now left open to thel
fore the machinery and plant of the Daily Turks retreating westward is to Khar-
Standard, for nearly 100 years a lead- put, the dispatches say, fromn where
ing London iornin~ paper. they might, stike southeastward and
** The highest bid for the good wvill join the Turkish B~agdad forces by way

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