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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NOTICE
You are hereby notified that the
raking of leaves, grass, etc. from lawn
extensions, or other property, as well
as the burning of leaves on our paved
streets, is strictly forbidden. Any one
violating our city ordinance governing
same, is liable to a heavy fine. Leaves

may be raked out on dirt streets, but
must be disposed of either by cart-
ing away, or by burning same between
the hours of 6 A. M. and 2 P. M. AL-
FRED J. ?AUL, Street Commissioner.
-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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Attempts to lower high prices may,
sometimes have a comic outcome, a
fact that is demonstrated in Bert Ly-I
tell's latest starring vehicle, "The Man
Who," which shows at the Majestic for'
three days beginning this afternoon.
The screen play, which h.as been
adapted from a Saturday Evening Post
story, concerns the difficulties of a
returned veteran who, in order to
prove to a society bud that he was a
man who could "do things" organized
clubs to reduce the exorbitant prices
of shoes. In order to do this he went
barefoot, and it is in these scenes
where the hero appears barefooted
that the comedy height is reached.
Spectacle holds the- center of the
stage Wednesday and Thursday, Oct.
12 and 13 at the Majestic, when George
Klein's production "Quo Vadis," will
be the feature.
"Quo Vadis" has been adapted to the
screen from Henryk Sienkiewicz's
novel of the same name. The story.
which surrounds the love affairs of
the pagan and Christian affords op-
portunity for the spectacular. Among
the greater scenes are those of the
Roman feasts, the combats of the glad-
iators, and the burning of the "imper-
ial city."

LEARN TO DANCE
Armory, opening October 14th. Prof.
Mittenthal, of Detroit, .Teacher of mod-
ern dancing, having taught here for
two seasons with big success, has had
ten years successful experience. Mem-
ber of the International Association ofj
Masters of Dancing, recently been to
the 28th convention in N. Y., and will
teach the following new dances: Ter-
race Fox Trot, Culture Walk,- and the
University Waltz. These dances have
made a hit in the East. The Professor
is now teaching in LansingGrand
Rapids, and Kalamazoo. Only oneJ
term will be given. Enroll the open-
ing night; don't wait. You are guar-
anteed to learn. Will have several
ladies and gentlemen assistants. Class
7 to 8:30 P. M. Rates reasonable; can
be paid in two payments if desired.
Private lessons in afternoon by ap-!
pointment.-Adv.
WANTED-1,000tfreshmen. Arcade
Barber Shop.-Adv.

CIDER
CALL 2902-M
WE WILL DELIVER ANY
ORDER OFI
TEN GALLONS OR OVER

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Advanced
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for Stenographers
MON. & THURS. EVENINGS
Hamilton Business College

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desire to serve

something especially

delightful at a reasonable price

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Dobbs oCo's leadership as
NewYork's mom e;clusive
HATTEPSis based upon
the appreciation of the cor--
re iness of Dobbs Hats by
the men whose approval is
decisive cvWherever this
supremacy may have regted
in pa t days it is now firm
lyfixed at the Dobbs shops

CAR WASHING

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CALL Us

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Our worik is neatly done by an
experienced man and we are
able to guarantee a satisfactory
Job. We offer a special. month-
ly rate.
SEELEY - LUMBY CO-
Cor. Detroit & Catherine Sts.

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If you can't be with the girl at home
next Sunday you can at least send her
a box of candy from
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FYNE PQINT PENCILS
GOLD SILVER PLATE
ANOTO PENS
The Successful Ink Pencil
WE CARRY LEADS FOR ALL MAKES OF PENCILS

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"Wedding Bells," starring Constance
Talmadge, which will be the attraction
at the Arcade today, tomorrow and
Tuesday, is just comedy, but it is
comedy of the type which only Con-
stance Talmadge can supply.
The story, such as it is, concerns
love at first sight, wedding bells,
measles, bobbed hair and divorce.
Theseare jumbled together in such a
way that, while little plot results,
many laughs are assured.
Lois Weber has placed on the screen
a striking indictment of the American
"upper-classes" in filming "The Blot,"
which will run at the Arcade theater
for four days, starting Wednesday.
The scant salaries of the teachers
of the nation i "The Blot" on Amer-
ica, according to this picture.
The action centers about three per-
sons, Professor Griggs, his daughter
Amelia, and Phil West. West is one
of the professor's most troublesome
pupils, but once he has met, fallen in
love with Amelia, and come to know
living conditions in the Griggs home
he changes his way, and is finally the
means of bettering these conditions.
(Additional Theaters on Page Seven)
AT THE THEATERS
E TODAY
Screen
Arcade--Constance Talmadge in
Salisbury Field's story, "Wed-
ding Bells."
Majestic-Bert Lytell in the Sat-
urday Evening Post story, "The
Man Who."
Wuerth--D. W. Griffith's "Dream
Street."
Orpheum-David Butler in the
"Sky Pilot."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-"The Whirl
of New York."
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INSUREDe
IF NOT, DO SO NOW!
Better be safe than sorry.
Regrets won't pay for a smash-
ed car. It's so simple to take
out auto insurance - costs lit-
tle by the year - and you have
a feeling of security whatever
happens. Personal liapility in-
surance also. See us to-day.
Don't put it off.

Knickers

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At first a fad; now adopted everywhere
by sports-loving wotnen who demand com-
fort in golf, hiring, street wear, etc.

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LOST
LOST-Black leather note book. Tak-
en from cloak room in basement of
Michigan Union. Name on outside
L. J. Ireland. Finder please notify
L. J. Ireland, Phone 2079-R. 418
Hill St. 12-2
LOST-Near Michigan Central station
Alpha Chi Omega Sorority pin. In-
itials M. V. D. Return to Mrs. Ben-
nett, 1004 Olivia Ave. Phone 2730.
Reward. 13
LOST-Diamond set brooch. Suitable
reward for return to H. N. Cole. 702
Forest Ave. Phone 1256-M. 12-2
LOST-Black leather purse containing
small amount in bills and other ar-
ticles. Phone 390. 13-2
WANTED
WANTED - A violinist and banjo
player for dance work. Must have1
experience. Call 1050-J. 12-2
WANTED -- Room-mate in a steamI
heated suite. 311 Thompson. 12-3 -
WANTED-- Students' washing. Tel.
2873-M. 13-21
FOR SALEl
FOR SALE-A number five Under-
wood typewriter. Excellent con-
dition. Phone 1730-R. 12-2
FOR SALE-No. 3 Monarch typewriter,

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-- Share in large front
suite. Steam heat, desks. Also room-
mate wanted for double room. Phone
1194-M. 422 E. Washington. 10-4
FOR RENT - Light housekeeping
rooms-or rooms for 2 or 3 students.
507 E. Liberty St. 12-3
FOR RENT-Double room and a suite
or two or three. Steam heat. 311
Thompson. 1-
FOR RENT-Suite and single room
near campus. 1724-J. 13-2
MISCEULANEOUS
SANDWICHES, steaks, ice . cream,
malted milk, hot coffee, anything to
eat delivered to your room till- 11
P. M. Let us give you a price on
that banquet or dinner. Meal tick-
ets. Ham's Lunch, 538 Forest. Call
1526-M. Just off So. University. 11-21
SPECIAL DINNERS, soup, choice of
two meats, vegetables, bread and
butter, drinks and desert, twice
daily, all for 35c. Sunday Chicken
Dinner, 40c and 5Oc.n am's Lunch.
538 Forest. Phone 1526-M. 12-2
FOR RENT or SALE-Piano. Cheap
if taken at once. 433 S. Division
St. Phone 1780-R. 13
LOST
LOST-Beta Theta Pi pin in cIlass

K NICKERS for women have made their first appearance on the campus!
An idea that many thought would run a short course as a fad has devel-
oped into a vogue, confirmed by smartly dressed womnen everywhere.
Designed to give the same comfort that men realize from their sports
clothes, but changed to meet in becoining manner the feminine style needs.
Made of bown English tweed ad gray herringbone by Hart Schaffner
& Marx. Norfolk backs, patch pockets, narrow buckled belts. Sizes 16 to
42. $39.50 and $45.
Second Floor

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Scarf and Hat Combinations

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Very smart for fall wear

A smart accompaniment for the And not only are there shades to
knicker suit -- and equally new - match the knicker suits; almost any
is the combination of scarf and hat, color or combination that one may
both of brushed wool. name is included. Black, white, tan-
The scarfs are in plain colors and gerine, brown, fuschia, tan, rust,
in stripes. The hats are smart shapes, purple and Sorrento blue. $13.50
well made and lined with satin. and $16.50.
Second Floor
Downtown - at 124 $outh Main Street

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