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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1918.

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FOR LIBERTY
The following casualties are report-
ed today by the commanding general
of the American expeditionary forc-
es: Killed in action, 406; died of
wounds, 173; died of accident and oth-
er causes, 7; died of airplane acci-
dent, 3; died of disease, 260; wound-
ed severely, 1,918; wounded, degree
undetermined, 227 wounded slightly,
8556; missing in action, 285. Total,
3,835.
Total number of casualties to date:
Killed in action, including 396 at sea,
23,431; died of wounds, 9,091; died
of disease 12993; died of accident
and other causes 1,888; wounded in
action, 56,764; missing in action, in-

eluding prisoners, 12656. Total to
date 116,823.
Allies Won Before (1ving Armistice

London, Dec. 7.- In a speech in
London, Marshal Foch stated that,
when Germany asked for an armistice,
the Allies were winning victories on a
front of 250 miles.
"We imposed the conditions and the
enemy accepted them," Foch said.
"Otherwise we would not have signed
the agreement."
If plans which are now under dis-
cussion materialize, Marshal Foch
probably will lead the Allied forces
into Berlin.

Y. M. C. A. at the University of Chi-
cago will continue its present activi-
ties after demobilization of the S. A.
T. C. although the work will be chang-
ed a little to fit conditions.
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MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
Today-Tomorou -Tuesday
M ARGUERITE CLARK
"OUT OF A CLEAR SKY"
SENNETT COMEDY
"BEWARE OF BOARDERS"

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Daily. now $3.00.--Adv.

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Popular Matinee Wed.
Best Seats $1.50

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Second Big Week
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Hours: 3:00, 7:00, 8:30
Phones :
Office, 2s6-M; Mgrs Res.a.si-M
Sua-Mea-4-9--Geraldine Farrar ito"The
Trn of the Wheel" and "Smiling Bill"
Parsans In "Dilly's Fortune."
Tue-l-1-Carlyle Blackwell and Evely
Greeley in "By Hook or Crook," Star
1- A - 4o1PyI....as L-ut M.11 .Aug?4 -w

SECOND AND LAST WEEK OF
Eliiott, Comstock & Gest's Musical Comedy Gem

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Comedy, "Please Hit Me" and News
Weekly.
Wed- 1-Bert Lytell in "Unexpected
Places" and Current Events.
WuerthTheater
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
Sun-Mon -} 8-9 - Directed by Richard
S Stanton, written by Adrian Johnson, i .
"Land-of the Free." And Life of Gen-
eral Pershing, in 6 parts. Also Corn- w
Tues Wed -- 10-11 - Florence Reed in
"Wives of Men." Seven Parts. Also
Comedy. =

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DECEMBER 10.

DOLLY SISTERS-HARRY FOX
And Entire Original Company.

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TODAY

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ibert-Garrick, Detroit - "
estic- Marguerite Clark
of a Clear Sky."

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today and tomorrow. Miss Farrar has
announced that she will play in only
modern roles intensely dramatic. The
first scenes are laid at Monte Carlo.
In addition another "Smiling Bill"
Parsons comedy entitled "Billy's
Fortune," will be shown. In this
"Smiling Bill" falls heir to five child-
ren and discovers a device whereby
he can sleep even though the five
babies all howl at once.
Outside Exposes
Reporter's A ntics

Daily advertising is profitable.--Adv.
Shorthand
Tpewriting
bookkeeping

The tuneful.mirthful, frolicsome success that is captivating DetrOit
as it did New York and Chicago.

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BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
Sun----William S. Hart in "Blue Blases
- Rawden." Also Ford Weekly and
Comedy.
Thurs-Fri- 12- I3-ack Abbe in "Mystic
Faces." Also 2-Reel Comedy. w_
Sat--14-Monroe Salisbury In "The Red, 5
Red Heart." Also News and Comedy.
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de---Geraldine Farrar in
Turn of the Wheel," and
ing Bill" Parsons in "Billy's
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Hamilton Business
College
State and William Sts.

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ONE NIGHT ONLY-TUESDAY, DEC.10
A BROADWAY SUCCESS SERVED IN A BROADWAY MANNER

Wuerth - "Land of the Free," * To all ye unenlightened and inex-
nd "Life of General Pershing." * perienced here's an idea of what com-
Lx parts. * prises life of daily toil and hardship.
In proof of which harken unto these
frenzied words overheard in the re-
porter's room at The Daily office:
AT THE MAJESTIC ,Much banging of typewiters.
Voice from the corner, "Is a comet
[arguerite Clark's new photoplay ' a star or- a constellation? I've got to
Lt of a Clear Sky," which is to be write up this doggone new comet and
n at the Majestic theater for three I've already used the word comet four
s, is laid at the beginning in Bel- times." If you dont believe this hap-
mn in the famous Palais Gruthuuse pened look through the paper and
Bruges. Miss Clark is seen as you'll find the piece on the comet.
este, Countess of Bersek and After wild arguing and tearing of
'mn, whose uncle seeks to marry hair, more business of typewriting.
to a German prince in order to J Suddenly: "Do you spell "concern,"
mgthen his political relations with "cern" or "sern?' Who copped the dic-
many. She refuses to become the tionary anyhow?'
vn of state and escapes to the Unit-. From the direction of the sport-edi-
States where she has many inter- tor's desk: "Where we going to eat?
ug adventures before she relinq- Wllat time is it, anybody?"
ies her high social position and Angry chorus: "Say, man shut up.
s in love with a breezy westerner. If you're through-we're not."
s Clark is supported in this role And it is ever thus. If ye are still
Thomas Meighan. (unbelievers come and join our happy
ne of the best comedies of the year throng.
o be seen on this same program.
s produced by Mack Sennett and
ures two of the best comedians of hostessHHouse to End Its Functions
screen, Chester Conklin and Ford The Hostess house will close De-
ring in "Beware ofBoarders." A cember 20, and after vacation will go
'ton Holmes travelogue and the back to its former use. The furni-
estic orchestra complete the pro- ture wil be returned to the various

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