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December 01, 1920 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-12-01

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T Tbest work of this school is found in
1Lthe illustrated magazines of the time,
notably "Once a Week," "Good Words,"'
tXHIllD IN U RP Y"Crhl,"London Society," and
D N L"The Sunday Magazine."
In the late 19th century, Aubrey
LATE WORKS OF ILLUSTRATORS Beardsley, influenced by both Euro-,
SIMW 'REAT ADVANCE OVER
EARLIER PERIOD

pean and Japanese art, produced a
novel style of decorative illustration
which was highly original and impres-
sive. His illustrations for Mallory's
"Mort Darthur" are shown.
Some of the finest illustrators have
devoted their talents to the illustra-

--Nmmft

tion of children's books. In the case
reserved for their works are shown
examples of Sir John Tenniel, the
original illustrator of "Alice in Won-
derland," Walter Crane, Kate Greena-
way, Maxfield Parrish, and others.
The section of American illustrators

shows, among others, examples of
work of Joseph Pennell, F. Hopkir
Smith, and Charles Dana Gibson.
Two cases are devoted to Eng
and American cartoons.
The exhibit will remain in the
ridor until Christmas vacation.

MUST OPEN DOORS TO FOR.
EIGNERS, SAYS NEW
EXECUTIVE
Mexico City, Nov. 30.-General Al-°
varo Obregon who is to be inaugurated
tomorrow as president of Mexico, has
prefaced his induction into office with
promises of the immediate institution
of a program of social and civil re-
.form that was said to be the basis for
the revolution last summer which ulti-
mately swept him into power.,
He has stated not only to the press
but in several conferepces with con-
gresu that Mexico must open its Joors
to foreigners of good intent, must pro-
tect foreign capital, must settle its
international obligations - in other
words must get in tune with the
world.
As the fundamental basis for this
adjustment he has asserted that
Mexico must return to a normal mode
of living in which petty ambitions of
individuals; must be submerged and
vital policies of social reform put into
practice.
He recognizes education 'of the
masses as the real first need and, if
his plans are carried out, schools long
neglected will be opened and school
teachers, long underpaid and in many
cases not . paid at all, will be given
employment.
The new president was born in 1880
in the state of Sonora.
From early childhood he was forced
to work for a living, but he has be-
come one of the country's biggest in-
dustrial men.

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Works of some of the modern illus-
trators of England and America are
displayed in the exhibit which opened
yesterday iin tihe main corridor of the
Library.
The first case is devoted to Thomas'
Bewick, William Blake, and John
Flaxman. It is from Thomas Bewick
:hat tihe contsistent development of
English illustration begins to date.
Bewick marks an iniportant p'eriod in
the technical history of wood-engrav-
ing and he brought into black-and-
white illust-ration a new sense cf color
and texture. His illustrations for
Aesop's "Fables" and his natural his-
tory books form the most important
step in book illustrationo which had
been made for a century.
The period of the '60's is charac-
terized by pictorial conviction and the
T 1t2
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Quality Clothing

Satisfaction tpargnteed

Some Low Clothing

Prices

11

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W hite Stud....
110 East Huron St.
Classy Photographs
At Prices You Can Afford to Pay

Sittings made now will assure you
prompt delivery of Photos
before Xmas Vacation

Why Pay the

Up - Town

Pricea

t

SCHOOL
OF DANCING
I you can walk, you can dance
after four private lessons with
XLLE.
JEANETTE KRUSZKA
OR
POILIP MILLER, '23
LET US PROVE THE FACT
For Appointment Call
PHONE 2308-R
Between Hours 12-2
OR AT THE STUDIO
324 E. HURON.
Two Blocks West of High School

L RESSERS
lades art G ns K.A S pecialty

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Covrialht 1920 Hart Schaffner & Marx

l

OW come the December discounts on all Suits! We're mark-
ing them lower than ever; fine clothes from the workshops of
Hart Schaffner and Marx; made from all-wool fabrics and individ-
ually tailored. There's a guarantee with every Suit - Satisfaction
or your money back.

III

For

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$40, $45, $50 SUITS
NOW $35.50

$55 AND $60 SUITS
NOW $42.50

STUDY LAMPS

and all kinds of

EAUTIFUL All-Wool, Suits, Hart Schaff-
ner and Marx quality in tailoring, style and
value; low priced at $40, $45 and $50; now
marked $35.50.

HE Suits in this group were made to sell, at
$55 and $60. Nowhere else can you find such
values as we're giving in these during December.
Now $42.50.

E1LECTRIC SUPPLIES

go to

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WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP

$65 AND $70 SUITS
NOW $51.50

FINEST $75 SUITS
NOW $55.50

PHONE 273

200 WASHINGTON ST.

THE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

HESE Suits priced at $65 and $70 include
everything that's desired in fabric, style and
workmanship. And they're priced for ,December
at $51.50.

ART Schaffner and Marx have put their ut-
most into these Suits to sell at $75. Every
one of them is a bargain at this figure, $55.50.

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Re ule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.

The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes

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101.103 So. Main St.

330 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

Main at Washington

Main at Washington

Member of the Federal Reserve System.

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