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S H U B E R T
O ET R OE T
Mat. Today 50c to $2. Nights 50c to $2.50
NEXT WEEK
TAKE IT FROM ME
GARRICK
DETROIT
NDiT WEEK
Virginia Pearson and Sheldon Lewis in
The Hole in the Wall

PHONE 166
T R UB E Y
218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM

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Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

WHITNEY THEATRE TOMRROW
NIGHT
OUT KICKS T HEM

STUDENTS ATTENTION. Invest
your surplus money with HURON
VALLEY BLDG. & SAVINGS ASSO.
You will get 6 per cent if left to ma-
ture, or you can draw it when you
need it and get 5 per cent from date
of investment. Free from taxes. This
will aid you, financially, to finish your
college course. H. H. Herbst, Secy.,
Savings Bank Bldg. (down town).
Phone 536-J-Adv.
The Kempf Music Studios--Piano,
Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-t
tablished 1880. 312 S. Division St.
Plione 212-J.-Adv.
Gilbert's Chocolates at Tice's Drug
Store. 117 S. Main St.-Adv.
The "STANDARD" Loose-Leaf
Notes at Wahr's University Book
Stores.-Adv.
Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
Wahr's University Book Stores.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

Lecture Course
Includ es Mtany
Prominent IMen
Plans and arrangements for the sea-
son's lecture course, given under the
sponsorship of the Oratorical associa-
tion, are now complete. The course
is definitely outlined and will consist
of 10 lectures given by the following
tmen:
William Jennings Bryan, who early
in November is taking time off from
the [emoncra ticcampaign to appear
on the lecture course program'
Ng Poon Chew, Chinese, humorist,
who has been called the "Chinese
Mark Twain";
Leland Pgwers, Who has proved
himselfdto be a popular recitalist by
his consistent returns to Ann Arbor
during the past 20 years;
Albert J. Beveridge, ex-senator from
Indiana, and ole time winner of the
Northern Oratorical League, contest;

ALL

IT'S ARTHUR
H AMMERSTEIN'S
100 PROOF MUSICAL
COMEDY
"Always
y 4
You
Book and Lyrics by
OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II
Music by HERBERT STOTHART
TOAST OF BROADWAY FOR FORTY-EIGHT WEEKS
WITH
IRENE FRANKLIN and RALPH HERZ
UNDILUTED MANHATTAN CAST AND A CHORUS THAT OUTSTRIPS THEM ALL
SEAT SALE NOW
PRICES: Lower Floor, $2.50; Balcony, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00; Gallery, 75c

Gov. Henry J. Allen of Kansas, who
will present his industrial plan;
Mrs. Emeline Pankhurst, British
suffragette, announcing her lecture
subject As "The Woman Voter vs.
olshevism";
James H. Lewis, democratic nominee
for governor of Illinois;
Stephen Leacock, known widely as
a humorist, who will talk on "Literary
Follies of the Day";
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, who has an-
nounced his subject, "Americanism,
True and False"; and
Vice-President Thomas R. Marshall,
speaking on "National Tendencies."
The last address, that of Vice-Presi-
dent Marshall, on March 10, will close
the season's program. Season tickets
for the entire course are now on sale1
on the campus and at Water's and1
Graham's bookstores.l
IAC SWINEY ENTERS 53RD DAY
OF FAST; SHOWS NO CHANGE
London, Oct. 4. - Terence Mac
Swiney, lord mayor of Cork, passed a
fair night at Brixton prison, having
had several hours' sleep, but it does
not seem to have refreshed him much,
says a bulletin by the Irish Self-De-
termination league. Doctors do not
find much changu in the condition
of the lord mayor, except that he is
very weary, the bulletin adds. This
is the 53rd day of MacSwiney's hung-
er strike.
The "STANDARD" Loose-Leaf
Notes at Wahr's University Book;
Stores.-Adv.
Engineer's Supplies at Wahr's Uni-
versity Book Stores.-Adv.
Finest assortment of pipes at Cush-
ing's Drug Store.-Adv.
Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
Wahr's University Book Stores.-Adv.
Martha Washington Candies. Tice's
Drug Store. 117 S. Main St.--Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

According to the managing edit'
of the San Francisco News, "Go an
Get It," which appears at the Maje
tic for the last times today, is "th
one great newspaper picture of mo
iedomn; the only faithful portrayal
the workings of a newspaper pia
from headlines to press room." It
said to abound in thrills and romanc
all incident to the making of a gre
daily papery
THE ARCADE
"The Penalty," a Goldwyn produ
tion which today completes its run
the Arcade, is a story fresh from th
pen of Gouverneur Morris and is sa
to rival anything written by Hugo e
Dickens. The play is made most coi
pelling by the re arkable perforn
ance of Lon Chaney of "Miracle Man
fame, supported by an unusual cast.

The Scre
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TheStage
THEL WHIITNEY

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The Confidence-
Reposed By Customers
In Our Ability To
Faithfully Discharge
Their Every Wish In
The Tailoring Of
Their Clothes And
The Faithful
Performance By Us
In Expressing Their
Desires Is

"Always You," a new musical comn-
edy labled by Arthur Hammerstein
as 100 per cent punch, comes to thc
Whitney theater Wednesday, Oct. 6
"Always You" brings, the Manhattan
cast headed by Irene Franklin and
Ralph Herz and a chorus that out-
strips all for youth,. talent and beauty
Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd, is responsi-
ble for the book, which went far to.
ward the success of the New York
run, and Herbert Stothart for the
lyrics.
The action takes place in the town
of Trouville, France, and hinges about
an ex--mess sergeant, now a valet
who, goaded on by the persecution o
his master, an erstwhile kitchen polio
victim, enters into a conspirac
against him,
Engineer's Supplies at Wahr's Uni-
versity Book Stores.-Adv.

OUR GUARANTEE
OF ,SATI$FACTION
For Quality, Style & Workman-ship
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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WUERTH
LAST TIME TODAY
WANDA HAWLEY

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A rcady

TheaIr

SHOWS AT 2:00
3:30 -7:00 - 8:30

- AND --

BUTTERFIELD' S

HARRISON FORD

a e ..A Cinemasterpiece

-- IN --

Final Times Today
Samuel Goldwyn i Rex Beach
Pres ent
OU
£amols story
Directed k2
WALLACE WORSLEY

Two Big Days Starting
Tomorrow and Running Thurs.
A most delightful and perfect transition from
the black and white page of Baillie & Reynold's
famous novel to the silver sheet.

FOOD FOR SCANDAL

ADDED FEATURES
FO X NEWS
- Sunshine Comedy

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"HIS WIFE'S CALLER"

- AND -

New Wuerth Orchestra

Clarinet
Violin -
Flute -
Cornet
Trombone
Drums -

- - - "NICK FALCONI
- - LEONARD. FALCONI
- - - - - MRS. SNIDER
- - - - LEWIS CORBETT
- - - - - - SMITH
- - - - - "BOB" YOUNG

Piano and Organ -

- "RUSTY" EVANS

WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
SHIRLEY MASON

-IN-

"MERELY MARY ANN"

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Her Own Company Presents
Katherine

McDonald

ORPHEUM
TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY
EILEEN PERCY

The American Beauty in the season's most
sensational scandal story---
"THE NOTORIOUS

-IN -

"The Husband Hunter"

-AND -

MISS LISLE"

kR4-ZCPL.

PRICES-THIS ATTRACTION ONLY
tic MATINEES 25c

PRIGES:

Nights 25c and 35c
Matinees25c

COMEDY
-- ALSO -
VITAGRAPH SERIAL "HIDDEN DANGERS"

NIGHTS 35

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