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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TODAY AND TOMORROW
PARAMOUNT PRESENTS
ENID BENNETT
tITHEVTVPHE"
The story of a "Plain" Girl who eaptured her Heart's
Desire by "Dolling Up"
'alky Jones" - Majestie Orchestra

STATE BUDOGET COMMITTEE
MAKES ANNUAL REPORT
RECOMMENDS MUCH CORRECTIVE
LEGISLATION IN STATE
INSTITUTIONS
Lansing, Nov. 14.-In securing data
for their annual report to Governor
Albert E. Sleeper the state budget
commission visited every state insti-
tution in both peninsulas and the re-
port, just made public, is a very thor-
ough and complete document. Much
legislation is recommended by the
commission.

and stock issued under authority of
securities commission; addition of vo-
cational training to curriculum of
College of Mines; equalization of sal-
aries for state clerks, deputies and
other state employes, now Inade-
quate, unjustly proportioned and a
source of loss to the state; establish-
ment of uniform accounting in all
state departments and in all counties;
abolition of fee retention by any state
board or official; control of all public
money under state treasurer and board
of auditors.
STATISTICS SHOW
INCREASED WAGES

SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY

IRYANT WASHBURN in
Till I Come Back to You"

The budget commission's finding in-4
elude: prison farms lost much money;'
43 state departments and 23 institu-
tions lack uniformity of accounting
and buying; enormous waste in state
printing; heavy losses and waste in :
decentralized state purchasing; du-
plication of work in many offices; hun-j
dreds of thousands of dollars drawn in
advance by institutions and held un-
necessarily in local banks, sometimes
without interest; many boards prac-
tically without overseeing in handling
bills and accounts handling funds,
deducting expenses, remitting balanc-
es, etc.; difficulty in collecting bal-
ances from officials, boards and coun-
ties; industrial school upkeep and
maintenance not what it should be;
lack of uniformity in care of statej
records; exploitation of state's fish
food resources by foreign corpora-
tions.

T 1REC TORY TO
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Statistics compiled by the Univer-
sity department of education show:
that there has been a marked in-
crease in the wages of women teach-
ers, especially during the last two
years. Of the women graduating in
June, 1918, 35 per cent received sal-
arses of $1,000 or more, where in
191 only 4 per cent were able to
accept positions with salaries of this
amount. In 1912, 12 per cent of'the
women teachers hired at the Univer-
sity went to work for salaries rang-
ing from $500 to $600, while in June
not one of the graduates accepted a
salary of less than $600.
To Open New Link nu State Highw,
Jackson, Nov 14.-During the next
few days another link of the great
Michigan - Detroit - Chicago highway,
connecting Detroit with Chicago via
Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Jackson, Al-
bion, Marshall, Battle Creek, Kalama-
zoo and St. Joseph, will be formally
opened. This stretch lies between Al-
bion and Marshall, in Calhoun coun-
ty. It is of the monolithic type.
All through central and western
Michigan there is agitation for the
building of new highways and much
road construction work is planned for
the "peace" period.

wounded, degree undetermined, 138;
missing in action, 110; total, 545.
You will :siways find satisfaction by
adveritsing in the Daily.-Adv.
Daily want ads bring results.
WHITNEY THEATER
SUNDAY NIGHT, NOV. 17
The Funniest Man In The Universe
RICHARD
CARLE
Late star of "TheMaid And The Mummy."
"The Tenderfoot." The Isle Of Champagne.
ThM ars Lamb.' "'The Spring Chicken, "The
Cohan Revue."and other big musical productions
in the Positive Musical Comedy
Triumph Of The Season
"FURS AND FRILILS"
All Fun, Melody, Dancing and Pictorial Beauty
A Great Picked Cast Of 50 Merrymakers
and tie Carle Far-Famed Beauty Chorus
22 Real Song Hits 1500 Hearty Laughs
In All The World-No Show Like A "Carle" Show
Mall Orders Now! Seats on Sale FRI. 10 A. M.
Patriotio Prices 50c 75c $1.00 $1.50
Notice Curtain, 7:30 Sharp

ARCADE
Hours: 3:0o. 7:00, 8:30
.Phones':
Office, 296-M; Mgrs Res., 2316-M
Thurs-Fri-14-5-Norma Talmadgehin
"The Safety Curtain"" and Christie
Comedy, "Kids."
Sat-1S--Gladys Leslie in "A Nymph of
the Foothills" and Charlie Chaplin in
"Triple Trouble."
Sun-Mon-17-15--Will Rogers in Rex
Beach's "Laughing Bill Hyde" and
Capitol Comedy, "Smiling Bill"" Par-
sons in "Widow's Might."
slllllilu {uIltlilllitlttlilllttilr
i WuerthTheater
= Thurs-Fri-14-15 - Dorothy Phillip in
= "Mortgage Wise." Also a comedy.
Nov. 15 and 22 Afternoon and Evening
Fashion Show-Living Models ,
Sat-16-Carmel Meyers in "Society Sen-
sation." Also News and Comedy. r
I Orpheum Theater
Fri.--_Jac Richardson in "The
Desert." z Reel Comedy.
Sat.-6-Montie Love in "Little Sister
of Everybody." Also News & Comedy
SSun-17-Mary Pickford in ".tlla
Maris." Also Weekly and Comedy.
GARRICK I WCeastda nd
Wdnesday and
DETROIT Saturday
V. Ray Comatock and William Elliott presen
the Sixth Annual New York Princess
Theater Musical Comedy Production
l "A S K D A D"

AT THE THEATERS
WA te - "ur

[PORARY LISTS POSTED TO-
;ORROW FOR CORRECTION
OF MISTAKES
ie Student Directory, which is
dly nearing completion, will go
>ress Monday and be ready for
some time during the first week
)ecember, according to the staff
3harge. In order to give each
ent an opportunity to verify and
'ect any mistakes which might
been made, and to add or change
esses, lists of all the names as
will appear in the directory will
posted tomorrow only on the bul-
. boards in University hall and
engineering building. The correc-
=lare to be made by the student
Atly opposite the name.
rery member of the engineering
rye corps who is to be transfer-
to the S. A. T. C. must write his
address on this list if he wishes
be published. This is the last
to be given for corrections. The
' will make no further effort for
fying, and the names will be
ished just as they appear on the
be staff has experienced great dif-
Lty in compiling the publication,
the reason that many students,
r enrolling, have left the Univer-
It is therefore asked that each
aining student take it upon him-
to see that his own name, ad-
s, and class are correct. This is-
purpose for which the lists are
e posted.
be make-up of the Directory dif-
widely from that of last year.
will contain in order the follow-
divisions: members of the facul-
rganizations, roster of men in the
al unit by barracks, roster of the
in section A, S. A. T. C. by bar-
s, roster of section B, S. A. T.
elephone directory, and the direc-
proper. The Michigan State Nor-
college section of the directory
not be published this year.
though the cost of putting out
directory has been higher than
of former years, the price will
ain the same, at 50 cents. Where
when the copies may be secured
be announced later
OMEN'S LEAGUE
HOLDS RECEPTION
t the annual reception of the Wom-
league, held yesterday afternoon
Barbour gymnasium, President
ry B. Hutchins made a short ad-
s in which he contrasted the
tered woman of the past with1
rersity women of today. He com-
ded the women for the work they
doing in the world crisis, and ex-
sed confidence that they would
inue to prepare themselves, not
for home making but also for
ic duties.
)ris McDonald, '19, gave a brief
ory of the league and its work
he campus. Elsie Erley, '20, and
telia Clark, '21, spoke on differ-
phases of the work of the organ-
on. Florence Field, '20, chair-
of the war work committee, urg-
he girls to offer every available
ice to the Red Cross and war
p community service.

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Whitney - "Furs
Sunday, Nov. 17.
TODAY

and Frills

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Majestic - Enid Bennett
"The Vamp."

Arcade - Norma Talmadge in
"The Safety Curtain." Christie
Comedy, "Kids." Official War
Review.
Wuerth-Dorothy Philips in "A'
Mortgaged Wife." Also Comedy.
Orpheum - Jack Richards in'
"Desert Law." Also two reel Com-
edy.

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Among the recommendations made
are: supervision of state farms to
make them self-sustaining or else
abolish them; state control of Jack-
son prison; consolidation of many de-
partments, especially the railroad
commission, securities commission and
corporation division of the state de-
partment; a budget commission with
powers to fix maximum of appropria-
tion allocate expenses of boards and
institutions, etc.; give public full in-
formation of state expenditures ;es-
tablishment of central purchasing bu-
reau; appointment of state architect;
abolition of present system of prop-
erty appraisals for corporations de-
siring to make bond or stock issues
and imposition of small tax on bonds

THE EBERBACH& SON CO.
202-204 East Liberty Street
Fine Toilet Articles
Good Drugs
and
Laboratory Supplies

FOR LIBERTY

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AT THE WHITNEY

The following casualties are re-
ported by the commanding general
of the American Expeditionary forc-
es: died of wounds, 32; died of dis-
ease, 220; wounded severely, 45;

It has been said that a substantial
plot cannot be successfully exploited
by a musical comedy without marring
what the public seeks-diversion pure
and simple, without anything to tax
the mind.
This theory will be disproved,
however, when Richard Carle comes
to the Whitney theater, Sunday night,
Nov. 17, in "Furs and Frills." The
plot of this piece has to do with a
Russian sable coat of great value
which is the subject of many strange
adventures. While the story is sub-
stantial and may be designated as a
real plot, it will be found that every
complication furnishes fresh fuel for
laughter and that it doesn't tax the
mind to follow the logical sequence
of events. Mr. Carle, in the role of
Mac Tavish, has a role admirably fit-
ted to him and many of his odmirers
have declared that his interpretation
of it is the most masterly of his not-
able comedy career. An able cast and
a large beauty chorus leaves nothing
to be desired in the way of talent.
AT THE MAJESTIC
When dainty Enid Bennett goes
vamping in "The Vamp," her latest
Paramount photoplay which is to be
displayed at the Majestic theater to-
day and tomorrow, then there hap-
pens one thing after another. Miss
Bennett is a capable screen actress
and she has proved this in numerous
photoplays in which she has starred,
but it is certain that her art never
was displayed to finer advantage than
in this her latest starring vehicle.
Nancy Lyons is a wardrobe girl
attached to a musical comedy show,
and in this occupation, she meets
many worldly wise chorus girls, some
of whom are authorities on the sub-
ject of vampires. She imbibes know-
ledge of this entertaining subject
from day to day and it later is to
prove quite serviceable to her as sub-
sequent events prove. By playing the
siren to her slow-going sweetheart,
she induces him to propose and after,
their marriage they go to a coal min-
ing town in Pennsylvania where
Nancy's husband assumes charge of
a Community House for miners.
Nancy plays smash with the plans
of German spies to foment a miner
strike in this place, and she accom-
plishes the seemingly impossible by
the exercise of her vampirish tactics.
This threatens to involve her in
trouble, but when her motives are
understood, she becomes the heroine
of the hour. There are numerous
thrilling situations In the develop-
ment of the story. Miss Bennett's
support is all that the most exacting
taste could demand.

"~The Army and

Navy Forever"

C rr tr tgttn tttAer
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Appeals to Military Men

TEN WEEKS

REMAINDER OF YEAR
$3.00

$1.50

service-Always.

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