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PAGE SIXTEEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY''

SUNDAY OCTOBER, 5, 1924.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY OCTOBER 5, 1924.

Churches

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Unitarian Church
"Were you born religious, did you:
achieve religion, or have you had re- r
Iigion thrust upon you," is the sub-"
stance of the morning sermon of Rev.'
Sidney S. Robins of the Unitarian.
church. This service will open with a -
quiet organ period, and there will be
music by a man's quartette. At 5:45 I
o'clock there will be a fellowship ...l I
supper served by the Students' Union, .
after which Dr. Preston Slosson, Missj- -N
Ruthanna Anderson, and others will
speak on "Youth in the Mid-West."
First Congregational Church ^
Rev. Herbert A. Jump will talk on
"The Inner Compaionship" at the:,!
10:45 o'clock worship of the First i. .idolph Valentino and ebe Daniels in a scene from "lonsietr Beau-
Congregational Church. At the half CaIe", the picturization of Booth Tarkingtcn's novel of the samie nanic, ap-
hour forum, Miss Margaret Beard of pearing at the Arcade Theater this week.
the Montgomery Industrial school will
discuss "The Race Problem," and the in "The Average Woman," Al St. John Bebe Daniels plays opposite Valen-
topic at the fireside chat will be the in "Be Yourself," and Pathe News tino in the leading role.
". aanese, Immigration Act." The 8 will comprise the Wuerth's programI
o'clock motion picture service will on Thursday though Saturday. IThe Majestic
show Booth Tarkington's novel "Alice In "Lily of the Dust" which is
Adams!' 'The Arcade shonf.n at the Maiestic theatre to-

ART SHOP1
James Foster
House of Art
213 South State St.
ATHLETIC GOODS

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1 CONFECTIONERY
Fountain Of Youth
Corner tate And State
Honey Dell
1115 S. University
Malted Milkis our Specia]

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Geo. J. Moe
711 N. University Ave.
Pratt & Dunn
Athletic Supplies and
Student Furnishi
332 South State St.

AUTO ACCESSORIES
Willard Battery Service
and Auto Specialty Shop
Raybestos Brake Lining Ser
219-21 W. Huron St.
AUTOMOBILES
Ann Arbor Buick Servicet
120 W. Huron
Hudson Sales & Service
Used Cars of Quality
310 East Washington

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. Ice Cream
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Co. V Cleanin

Palace of Sweets
204 S. University
y Our Fine Lunche2
Sugar Bowl
109 S. Main
STOM TAILORING

LADIES MILLINERY
Emnua B. Fogerty's
I Specialty Hat hop
117 East Liberty St.
Mack & Co.
Main St. Third Floor
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The Vogue Shoppe
Hats and Gowns
308 Maynard
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Wesch Hat Shop
206 E. Liberty St.
Lunches LADIES WEAR
C. H. Clark

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A. C. Barth
619 E. Williams
Chas. Doukas
Custom Tailor
So. University Ave.
ng, Pressing, Repairing

Ada Gustine
716-717 First Nat. Bank. Phone 835-F1
Rinsey & Helber
413 E. Liberty St., Phone 1194-R
Mabel A. Tolford
712 First National Bank Bldg.
Odic e Phone 1516 Res. Phone 2387-R
RESTAURANTS

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211 East Liberty St.

Hutzel's
Women's Shops
Main Shop-Main at Liberty
Branch
8 Nickels Arcade

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'r luity English Lutheran Church
Today is rally day in the bible
school of the Trinity English Lutheran
church, and communion Sunday in the
church. ' The subject . for morningj
worship will be "The Sound of God's
Voice." There will be a fellowship
hour and forum meeting in the Parish
hall, 309 E. Washington St. from
5:30 to 7: 0 o'clock.
First Methodist Episcopal Church
The pastor's subject for the morn-
irig sermon -at the First Methodist
church is "Christianity's Challenge"
The freshman women's bible calss at
Wesley hall at noon will be lead by.
Miss Ellen W. Moore, and the men
will be lead by Donald Timerman, 1
while the sophomores upperclassmen, I
and graduates will be lead by Rev.
A. W. Stalker on "Our Bible," and
by Mr. G. D. Westerman on "How to
Teach Religion." The evening ser-
mon will be on "The Emphasis of
Jesus."
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
After the 8 o'clock Holy Communion
at St. Andrew's Episcopal church
there will be a breakfast for students
at 306 North Division. Church school
and Bible classes will be held at 9:30
o'clock, ,and the morning sermon atI
11:00. Carlos Garica-Parda of the
Graduate school will speak, on his
"Travels in South America" imme-
diately after the 6 o'clock supper.
First Baptist Church
Perry {Hayden, '25, will talk of his
experiences the past summer among
foreign students at the student de-
votional meeting of the First Bap'ist
church at 6:30 o'clock. "Jesus' Loneli-
ness" is the subject of the morning
sermon, and the student bible classes
will join in a big fall rally at the
church at noon.

The motion picture version of "Mon-\ day through Wednesday PolaNegri
sieur Beaucaire," the Booth Tarking- is shown as the real Pola-tae Pola
ton story which has been engaged one used to know in her E tropeanI
for a week's run at the Arcade the- productions. The story is an adaption
ater opening today, in which Rudolph of the copular novel and play, "The
Valentino makes his triumphant re- Song of Songs." A new Aesop car-
turn to the screen dazzles with the toon, "Film Foolish," a Cameo comedy,
brilliancy of the sets and costumes. and Kinograms will complete theI
Many of the gowns are copies made j Majestic screen program for the early
from the original paintings of Natt- i part of the week, while Jack Wyatt
iere, Latour, and other famous ar- l and his Scotch lads and lassies willI
tists. Most of the antiques and jew- present "Fra' the Land O' the Heath-
els which are used in the picture er" on the stage.
were borrowed from museums and "Unguarded Women" the latest cel- I
private collections of wealthy New luloid opus from the Paramount or-
Yorkers, and included in this collec- ganization which opens at the Ma-
tion is a snuff-box and watch which jestic theatre Thursday offers con-.
were actually used by King Louis XV cusive evidence that there are men of
himself. There is no sham. Thous- honor still left in this world of storm
ands of dollars have been spent in an and strife. Richard Dix, Bebe Dani-
effort to make this picture historically els, and Mary Astor play the leadinga
correct. roles. Completing* the program is a
As for the story itself, imagine Ru- comedy, "Traffic Jams," and the stage
dolph Valentino as the Duke de boffering, Lloyd Garrett, tenor, former-j
Chatres, who leaves the French court 'ly in musical comedy, who entered
because the ruler announces that he vaudeville just this season direct from I
is to marry the Princess. He goes to the New York company of George
England in the guise of a barber un- White's Scandals.
der the assumed name -of Beaucaire,.
and there gains admission to the court The Orpheum
and meets the beautiful Lady Mary. "The Hunchback of Notore Dame,"
His attentions to her make for him the production which has taken the
many enemies and friends, but the country by storm during the last few
close of the picture finds him once months, has been booked for a re-
more back in France with the Prin- turn engagement in Ann Arbor at the
cess Henriette, whom he really loves. Orpheum theatre starting today

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Arthur F. Marquardt
608 East Liberty
E: J. Wiemer
119 So. Main

The Lyndon Shop
The College Women's Favorite
Store for Immediate Needs

Store for Immediate Needs

Mack & Co.
Second Floor

Main St.

AUTO PAINTING & TRIMMING
Quality Auto Paint and Trim Shop
304 S. Ashley Ave
BAKERY
City Pastry Shop
516 East Liberty. Phone 3310J
Federal System oftBakeries
114 Main St.
BARBER SHOPS
Arcade Barber Shop
Nickels' Arcade
Church Street Barber Shop
607 Church St.
Miller's Barber Shop
115 W. Huron
Miller's Barber Shop
1114 S. University
Peaisall's Barber Shop
717 N. University
T. R. Trojanowski
1110 S. University
Six First Class Barbers
Beauty Shop-Side Door Entrance
The Varsity
617 E. Williams St.
BEAUTY SHOP
Blue Bird Hair Shoppe
,Phone 3168 5 Nickel's Arcade
Mack & Co.
Main St. Second Floor
Powder Puff Beauty Shop
Phone 993-R

DELICATESSEN
Karolyn Kitchen
119 East .Liberty-Phone 2620M
DRUG STORE
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store
208 South Main St.
Sugden Drug Co.
South U.
DRY GOODS
Ann Arbor Dry Goods
. .316 South Main St.
ELECTRICAL GOODS
Ernst Bros. Electric Shop
104 N .4th Ave.-Phone 2814-M
FISH
Ann Arbor Fish Market
115 W. Washington
FOOTWlYEAR
Alexander Inc.,
Footwear For Men
State Street Over Calkins
.FOUNTAIN PENS
I J. F. Sanders
SecurityFFountain Pens
308 State St.
At (The) College Inn
FOUNTAIN PEN MANUFACTURERS
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
Sales and Service Home of Rider's
Master Pen
FRUIT

Headquarters for Furs
Zwerdling's-Established 1904
17 East Liberty
LAUNDRY
The Trojan Laundry
514 E. Williams St., Phone1981
The Varsity Laundry Co.
Cor. Liberty St. and Fifth Ave.
LAWN SEED & FERTILIZERS
Ann Arbor Impliments Co.
110 . Ashley
Harris Seed Store
Washington St.'cor. Fifth Ave.
LEATHER GOODS
F. W. Wilkinson
325 S. Main-Phone 24
MARKETS
The White Market
607 East Williams. Phone 582J
Fresh Meats and Groceries
GROCERIES AND MEATS
A. Lemble
530 Forest Ave.
Shaw Grocery Co.
709-711 Packard.
MISCELLANEOUS
Hamilton Business College
State and William Streets
P. B. Harding
Upholstering, Refinishing, Repairing
Phone 381-W 218 E. Huron

Ann Arbor Restaurant
215 S. Main St.
Court Cafe
108 E. Huron St.
Forest Lunch
538 Forest Ave.
Our Planked Steaks
Three Bucks for Two People
Golden Oaks Inn
605 Forest Ave.
For Parties, Luncheons and Dinners
Rice's Restaurant
120 W. Liberty St.
R. & S. Lunch
605 Church St.
Tuttle's Lunch Room
3038 Maynard. Phone 150
Utopian Cafe
1219 So. University
The Walworth
819 5. State St.
ShOES
Alexander Inc.
Foot Wear For Men
State Street Over Calkins -
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory
Moccasins Made to Measure
From $5.50 Up
534 Forest Ave.
Campus Bootery
304 S. State
The William P. Purfield Shoe Store
123 E. Liberty St.
Wahr's Shoe Store
108 Main St.
8110E REPAIRING
O. G. Andres Shoe Repair Shop
222 S. State St.
The Ann Arbor Shop
Hat Cleaned, Shoes Repaired-Shines
625 East Liberty St.
A. T. Cooch & Son
1109 South University
J. II, Lambert
613E. Williams St.
Matt '4. lnis
116 W. Liberty St.
Oscar's Shoe Repair
One Day Service
1114 S. University
Next To Van's Lunch
Russell Bucholz
111 W. Washington

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338 Maynard

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Zion Lutheran Church
"The Insufficiency of Human com-
passion" will be the subject of the
morning talk by the pastor of the
Zion Lutheran church. The musical
part of the service will be given under
the direction of Gerhard Binhammer.
After the supper "Some Ethical Teach-
ings of Christ" will be discussed, led
by Rachel Stelihorn.
Memorial Church of Christ
"Giving God a Square Deal," is the
subject for the sermon at the 10:30
service of the Memorial Church of
Christ, and the talk at the evening
service will be the "Secret of the
Bible's Influence."
Cinema'
The Wperth
In the title role of "Dorothy Ver-
non of Haddon Hall" which opens at
the Wuerth theatre today, Mary Pick-
ford is again a grown young woman.
This character, however, is wholly
different from that of the little street'
singer so exquisitely portrayed in'
"Rosita;" the picture in which Miss
Pickford first assumed a grown-up
role. The story has a historical sett-
ing dating to the time of Queen Eliza-
beth, and some such characters as
Mary, Queen of Scots, and Queen
Elizabeth herself are introduced.
Harrison Ford and Pauline Garon

BILLIARD PARLORS
The American Cigar Store
514 E. Williams St.
CAR IVASHING

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Staebler & Sons
211 So. Ashley St.I
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Personality CLEANING AND PRESSING
_ L. O. Clapp
=i1119 S. University Ave.
(CothlngPressing - 35c Cleaning $1.25
I=I Frank Cruikshank
1221 S. University Ave.
Goldman Bros.
Your comfort and satisfaction in the c -_Phone 13
clothes you wear will be reflected in Oswald Katz
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing j
the poise-the case and assurance you 814 S. State-2383-J
present to the world. CLOTHIER
Jn oul finely tailored clothes you will Guy Woolfolk & Co.
336 South State
find all the individuality and distinc-3
tion demanded by the most exacting Greenwood And Kilgore
State Street, Over Calkins
pastes. The Mans Shop
Lutz Clothing Store
217 South Main
=r( MainSt. Mack & Cohird F
Tinker And Company
~Furnishers, Hatters and Clothers
608 East Liberty Street Phone 1713-J FuCorner State s And Williams
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Fashion Park Clothiers
Next to Wuerth Theatre downtown

Ann Arbor Wholesale Fruit &
Produce Co.
Special rates to fraternities. Delivering
217 E. Washington. Phone 1007-R.
George Teroota
301 So. State St.
FURNITURE

If

The Home Supply Store
209-211 East Washington St.
you care to save on Underwear or
Sweaters

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Sweater

Mack & Co.
Main St. Mail Floor
GARAGES
Ann Arbor Nash Co.
A. C. Marquardt
521 South Main St.
GROCERS
Packard Grocery
802 Packard
C. R. Rash & Sons
1123 So. University Ave.
State Street Cash Grocery
314 South State St.
HARDWARE
Larned Hardware
310 S. State Phone 1610
Meyer Hardware Co.
112 W. Liberty St.
Muehlig .& Schmid
Hardware
Sporting Goods and Electrical Supplies
205 S. Main St. Phone 574.
Schumacher Hardware Co.
308-10-12 South Main St..
JEWELERS
J. L. Chapman, Jeweler
113 So. Main St.
Gallu's
I, State Street Jewelers

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Grinell Bros. Co.
116 S. Main
OFFICE SUPPLIES
The Mayer-Schairer.Co.
162 South Main St.
OSTEPATHS
Dr. W. S. Mills
Osteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg.
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
The Stofflet Phono Shops
616 East Liberty St.
Brunswick Records
PHOTOGRAPHS
Dey Studios
334 South State St.
Lyndon & Co.
719 N. University Ave.
Spedding Studio
619 East Liberty-Phone 604W.
RADIO
Home Radio Sales Co.
318 South Main St.
REAL ESTATE
Ann Arbor Home Builders' Ass'n.
Edwin H. Smith Samuel Schultz
408 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 3385
Chas. L. Brooks
215 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phones 315 and 3552

Smith's
Quality Shoe Repair
Service
705 Packard at State Street
State Street Shoe Repairing Shop
301 So. State
SMOKE SHOP
Blue Front Cigar Store
Cor. State, Packard and Arbor St.
Tobaccos, Soft Drinks and Student
Supplies
STUDENT'S SUPPLIES
Graham's Bookstores
Both Ends of the Diagonal Walk
Slater's Book Shop
334 So. State St.
'Student Supply Store
1111 So. University
TAXI CAD
Red Top Cab Co.
Phone 1300
TYPE WRITERS .
Hamilton Business College
State and William Streets
Underwood Portable
Typewriters
308 S. State. Phone 310-M
17 INSU ACE
Rinsey & Helber
413 E. Liberty St., Phone 1194-R

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