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pf Music Studios. Piano,
n, Harmony. 312 S. Divis-
one 212-J.-Adv

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TheStage
SHUBERT-GARRICK
Detroit

COSMO HAMILTON

We set glass. C. H. Major & Co.
Phone 237.-Adv.

WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00

-FRANK 1
MAN" C

in II

MAJ E STIC
TAy Saturday
Dorothy Dalton
in
"The Lady of
Red Butte"

if

"The Big Chance," a comedy drama
which was presented at the Forty-
eighth street theater at New York for
five months, will be produced by A. H.
Woods at the Shubert-Garrick next
week, starting Sunday night. "The
Big Chance" is a vital play of love and
regeneration, the leading part being
taken very successfully by Mary Nash.
Partially written by Grant Morris
when he was at the front and'then fin-
ished with the aid of Willard Mack,
the story deals with the moral redemp-
tion of a group of wastrels and pro-
fligates. The original NewYork cast
Including Ailliam J. Kelly, Ben Hend-
ricks, Annie Mack Berlein, Hans Rob-
ert, J. Elmer Thompson and others will
support Miss Nash.

Purcdueuniversity's junior engineer-
ing class will-be the guests of the col-
lege next Monday. the engineers are
on their annual tour of engineering
schools and will spend the day in in-
spectfng the laboratories and equip-
mentat Michigan.
The Michigan Dally, the only morn
ing paper in An Arbor, contains all
the latest campus, city, and world
news.-Adv.
Polish your floor with Old English
Floor Wax. All size packages. G.
H. Major & Co., Phone 237.-Adv.

Wall-paper, paints, .floor oils, glass thing
brushes, polishes and in fact every- iness.

Headquarters for
CORONA, L. C. SMI
and other high grade
TYPEWRITER.
at my new store
17 NICKELS ARCADI

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O. D. MORR ILL

NEXT TO
FARMERS AND MECH!

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-Ma~ry MiesJMinterFs in
Paris" with a Sunshine
nogram.

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REUM THEATRE
3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00

ARCADEJ

I- .'Let us make your Fall

ELL CASE"
glish Nurse
"The Win-
"Comedy.
e in "Love
ord Weekly
land in "The'
a two-reel

Shows at 3:o0 7:00; 8:30
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Rea., 2306-M
Thu- F i-9ro- Olive Thomas in "Up-
stairs and Down;" Gale Henry Coin
edy, "Her Honor, the Scrub Lady."
Sat-ii-1mmy Wehien in "A Favgr to
a Friend;" Cartoon, "Tale of a
Shirt" and Scenic.

E THE ]DETROIT '0N-TiHE-CAPUS
"The Rose of China," an attractive
musical comedy with an oriental set-
ting, will ap.ear at.the Detroit-on-the-
Campu next, week, beginning Sunday
evening. Produced by F. Ray/ Coni-
stock and Morris Gest, and written by
Robert lifn, author of "Oh Boy," the
play'is filled with tuneful and captiv-

ating lyrics by . G. Wodehouse and
Armand Vecsey. The cast, including
Zrank McIntyre, Cecil Cunningham,
Oscar Shaw. Jane. Richardson, and
George Mack, still further insures
theater-goers of one of the treats of,
tho season. The chorus is made up
of girls of unusual grace and beauty.

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Jorn ~

We can save you money and supply you
better clothes with a guarantee of satisfac

and Winter Suits

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Only The Best"
Drothy Dalton

Nothing but the best of material used in
clothes.
Place youf orders now for delivery now
later.

The Screen

THE ARCADE

aof
Butte"

"Upstairs and Down," Olive Thomas'
first picture for Selsnick, will be pre-
s,ented at the Arcade for the last times
today. In the role of Alice Chesterton,
a merry young mischief-maker who
delights in getting in and Out of
scrapes, Miss Thomas carries on a
desperate flirtation with Terry O'Keefe
a son of Ireland, despite the fact she
is engaged to Tom Carey.
But as the result of a plot to stop
this escapade of Alice's, Terry trans-
fers his attentions to Alice's sister,
Betty. After many complications and
laughable situations, things wind up
i#~ a ,very amusing way.

You will not be sorry if you do.
We have a large selection of ALL WC
woolens for your inspection.

TINKER & COPIPANY

day and Saturday
added Attractions
king After Pizzsro
STRAIGHT GOODS
iajestic Orchestra

CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS AND HATS

342 South State Street at William Street

Dress Suits and Silk Top Hats for

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City News

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LASTF TIMES jODAY
OLIVETHOfIAS
IN.
UP STAIRS
AND
DOWN"
Did you ever meet a real baby vamp? Olive Thomas will ?
introduce you to one in this smart set comedy, from the
stage success by Frederic and Fanny Hatton. Gale Henry
coihedy, "HER HONOR, THIE SCRUBLADY",
TOMORROW
Emmy Wehlen
IN
"A FAVOR TO A FRIEND"
SUNDAY-MONDAY
Arcade Celebrates It's Fifth Anniversary
"LOMBARDI, L T D"
FEATURING
BERT. LYTELL
SPECIAL SONGS ANO MUSIC BY IKE FISHER'S JAZZ BAND 5,
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Substantial increase in city and
county taxes is forecasted by the state
apportionment for Washtenaw county,
just 'eceived by the county clerk.
The total tax to be levied on the coun-
ty beginning this December is $266,-
886.38, as compared to $155,165.03 last
year.
Judging by last year's apportion-
ment of valuation, -39 per cent of this
total will be paid by the city.
For the purpose of promoting a clos-
er relationship between the citizens
of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti and the
farm residents of the surrounding ter-
ritory, the joint Rotary clubs of the
two cities will hold a dinner Oct. 15
at 6 o'clock at the Union.1H. E. Van-
derwalker of Ypsilanti, district gov-
ernor of the International Rotary
clubs, is here to help, complete the
arrangements for the affair, and says
that a number of the leading citizens
of the surrounding county and the Ann
Arb~or board of supervisor's will-be in-
vited.
An address wil be delivered by Hon.
John M. Dyer, first international vice-
president of the Rotary clubs and one
of the foremost agriculturists of the
United States.
1ngineering 'News
At its meeting tonight in room 301,
Engineering building, the engineering
honor committee will continue its dis-
cussion of important changes which
are to be introduced into the honor
'system this year. A complete explan-
ation of the new system will be made
as soon as plans are completed.
Dean Cooley is expected to return
Monday from his trip to New York.
He is on business connected with the
American Society of Mechanical Eng-
ineers, of which he is president.

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A limited number of Season
Tickets still available at

$4.50, $5.00, $5.50

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Beginning Saturday, Oct. 11, tickets for the

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CONCERT

will be on sale at $1.00 $1.50, and $2.00 each

at the

Uiversity:

The committee an relations with stu-
dent branches of the American Society
of Mechanical EnginQers has some new
ideas in connection with the attend-
ance and credit of the branches. These
will be introduced at the next meeting.
of the Michigan branch, ,to be held
about Oct. 15. Former Prof. John R.
Allen of the mechanical engineering
department is chairman of the com-
mittee.

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