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Of Presen tations Today,,

ALMNE TO CNDUC
Imported handnade linens , in filetl
and cut, work,, includling, banquet
clothes, luncheon sots, handk1erchiefs,
negligees and m nY other artc e r
to be put on- sale at Fosters3Art slop !
starting tomorrow= afternoon for the
benefit of the Universit~y of ege apigiicd h e ia
en under the auspices of the Alumnae,
throu~gh Mrs. Nathan S Potter. wi1:
conducted by Jiss Emnily Nas 'ier, o
Chicago, wxho repr'esents th11e firmI of
fBahout and company of bhat cit.
Although the stock .On i iay .in-,
cludes expensive articles, 2iss N s ieraionetathe asa
g-reat miauy articles Nwhich are nex-
Iihatch for our next Showingl

pensive a&nd especially suited to meet
the needs of the members of the Wo-
mien's League.
All of the articles are directly im-
ported from abroad, many of them'
coming fromh a factory in Venice, own-
ed by the company. An unusually un-
ique collection of handkerchiefs, trim-
med with lace made by Armen~an peas-
ants,, will be one of the features of the
collection.
Members of the Women's League

thiat 1Miss DNasier, although nw antu
T'mer~can, is a native of Syria
Paris, N,\ov,. 28.--Premier and Min1e ,
P oincar-e gave a dinner inl ko_'Iof
Cen. Pershing. Guests include:dA-
bassador I1'errick.., Mrshals hock,
Joifre, Petaina nd l Franch0e% t 'E-I
Perry and othor notable persons.

Dal casfidb r .esls

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This Attra
to Five

at Box
Thun

dances!
at 'the
3League
1. A 10
given to

he door. Em-
charge of the

SPECIAL THANKSGIVING
MATINEE
1:30 3:30 4:30
WVITH FULL ORCHESTRI
CYXTJIHASTOCKL{EY'S
Sensational Story

SEATS

ICLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN

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ho own cars and
t of service in the
istmnas card sale
)nor, 2676.

"The a~Ppptevue"

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will hold

no meeting

meeting
milttee at
in the
inasimn~.

"Th e PI'pp t ve containing two
famnous English farces, "Prince George
and the Dragon" and Opyramws .and
lih1isby," beside a dance ipantonmine
of the old folk song, "No, John, No,"'
and a sketch entitled "Weather," will
be presented by the Puppeteers at 4
and 8 o'clock this afternoon and eve-
ning in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
This proaucltiox of the Pluppetee^rs
iS an ontirely new se-t of a1cts w hich
.appeared for the first timne 11 Detroit
last week. According to the Detroit.
INews the dlistineL novelty and iinaz-j
ing art of the pupplqet performances has
Ina e the 1u1ppeteetrs a decided vogue.
Shakespeare';, "Midsummer Night's

Dream" and "Prince george and the
Dragon"' is a mulnmer's -play which is
usually presented at Chirstnas time
The afternoon performance has been
adlaptedl to the tastes of the children
as well as the adult part of th audi-
ec.About 40 children froegn the Un-
iv"ersity hospital will be the guests of
the ?Martha Cook women at the matinee
ierformance.L
This presentation of the Puppeteers
is given under the auspices of the Un-
iversity Y, W. C. A. and forms a .part
of tht,*r financial campaign. Tickets
m ay be obtained at the door in Sarah,
OswculIl Angell hall.
Patronize The Daily. A4v'ertlsers.

n may obtain their
Inhellenic ball by
s from 2 to 4 0'-j
fternoon at Bar-
11 money for Pan-
must be paid to
4,P, 602 Monroe~

The SACK SUIT
(Madesnhi recandfourbutton models)
4 V EN aplaixsack suet may
haive the refinements of cut end
material that distinguish goo,
clothes from the usual corn..
znercial product.
LUXENB ERG sack suits are
4tiisenctive,
$29.50to $37.50
M4 anufcm red and sold exclusively &y.
NiATLUXENBIERG,%BRo.
New address
841 Broadway N. W: cov. 1thI t
stuyvesant 9898.< ew YockCityr

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M YSTE Y
SIr~ngeF ascinatinr-a
The myi~stery of South Africa,.
Its heat-miaddening days on
the vel-
A woman -vuaishes!
A strange man appears!
Was their foul play? Or is
this man and woman one and
the same?

Featuring
ANNA Q. N1LSSON
r JAIIES hIIKWOOD
and Many Others.

athree-act'
at 8 o'clock
orium in the
ythe Dodo
ssion are 20
EO cents for
of the In-
;,who (1is-
First fBattle
ley on the

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"WHY PAY RENT"

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A Sunshliie Come~1y.

Our style-memo. boots will b E sct fre, on reuest

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SAMPLES

Permanently cO;E Di3play at
GUS'WOOLFOLK & CO.
336 "S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Mhil.
Designed by
WH!ITEiisi &HARDY
WCORPOfATtO
rlRc'AD W~AA 40"'' STREET" 144 WEST42"40 STREET
V,;TRioPOUTAN Ovum IHousE Bwo. KN.ICKERSOCKER VILUWJNG
;NEW YORK

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and Capitalize
tent Talents.

FIVE-COURSE

°r A NKSGIVI NGINNER

$1.25

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re to
your
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LUNCHES 5:0 TO 8:0

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lhc ah-flwlnl
Two blockcs from Dental Bldg.

<, . . Step iij)Lades and
t Gentlemen-
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ALI,
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Phone 2925-ICJ

1309 Washteflaw

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York Stock
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-ADDED COMEDY FEATURE-
,WILL ROGERS

P~sychologist,
Street.

It made the
nation

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