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Tk iE ICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1918.

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AT THE THEATERS
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NARROW POLICY RETARS
EXPNSION OF RAILROADS

e NEW STAMP DRIVE
ITO BEGIN MONDA
M. Bonnet, the Frenen organist- ~
who ,lay ee at the May Festival, con- Ofilials on the Washtenaw cou
siders I1he Frieze Memorial organ in war preparedness board expres
Hill ar di'Oi'iumfl aifm ing the four or c-ir hopes last night of Pliling t
five best organs in1 the world and the -,,ota for thrift and war savi
re d stops the finc t on this side of p bY June 28. As a result o
the Atlantic. tewid cmpaign to pull Michig
This great organ was built by ~ar- oi rst ae n extens

* The Bonstelle Company
* "Daybreak," at the Garrick

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C OMPJLET'E U I. 'I~l PAiI,I El)N i.S

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nty
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the county beginning Monday. Mich-
igan is still 47th in the sale of

stamps.
Thrift clubs are now being formed
throughout the county, and great
hopes are being placed on these to
help boost the sales. Plans of the
committee regarding the coming
drive will be announced early next
week.
The state of Michigan is asked for

been designated as national war sav-
ings day. Only $3,000,000 has been
subscribed so far. A tremendous
amount of work is before the commit-
tees of the state and county. Com-
mittee chairmen declare that the peo-
ple will have to wake up to their re-
sponsibility if the state quota is to
be subscribed.
Dancing Friday nights at the Arm-

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TODAY

* Majestic-Billy Allen Musical
comedy, "Wives and Sweet-
* hearts."
Wuerth - Dorothy Dalton in
* "Flare-up Sal." Also Keystone
comedy, "A Safe Danger"
* Orpheum -"Society for Sale.,"
*played by, William Desmond.
*
Arcade--Mae Marsh in "The
Face in the Dark." Also Christie
* comedy, "Whose Wife."
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'hesis Typewritten by - Biddle,
kels Arcade Building.-Adv.

We repair trunk;. Koch and Henne.
hone 50.-Adv.
Realize for yourself the
pleasure of Home Cooked
Food. Prices Reasonable.
Service Paramount.{

The present condition of railroad rand and Votey, of Detroit, for the
properties as a whole, their deplor- Columbian exposition. It was brought
able lack of equipment and facilities to Ann Arbor in 1894 and set up in
for the business in ordinary times, University hall as a memoiral to
and their almost complete unprepar- Prof. Henry S. Frieze. In 1913 the
edness to undertake the enormous ad- organ was rebailt and installed in
ditional burdens imposed by the war, Hill auditorium. It has six divisions:
have been due to the narrow policy swell, great, choir, solo, echo, and
which for 12 years has ignored coni- pedal. The foundation of the organ
monsense pleas for placing transport- s 3the :2 foot open pedal stop. The
ation upon a paying and upbuilding echo organ and the cathedral chimes
basis, and has been blind to the just are located above the sky lights near-
rights of security holders, najys the ly :04 feet distant from the main or-
Bache Review. gan. Electric controls of the entire
Wrecks Credit organ combination-, and-well shut-
This policy has wrecked railroad ( ir'oia ation b an m stm-
I Iters have moadleIposs:ile a most com-
credit and crippled enormously the p'it ery desk which is movable any-
upkeep and expansion of railroad fat eh-re on the stage, the connecting
ilities in this country, because it was ; being 125 feet in length.
impossible for the roads to obtain suf-
ficient f-nds, through public invest-a
ment, to keep the properties abreast of
the tiineaare by the isty Scooil of
h m.\ic to the tallowmg students; Ar-
It is, therefore, with considerable Lcy ay Canon, 8, violin de-
interest that stockholders throughout'nai d rva Colb do-
the country will recognize that Mi'.
? Ife1 clon May (G'reve', 1il xra1 I !1 nde(l of
McAdoo clearly grasps this importanti J (,,i.;r no Vi un If.
phase of the railroad problem.
Delins Neu Poi Normal Charlotte Ruth (ra i o
The director general defines the in- c a;ote Paks Ev Mr-
. .cal; A. ertrude PVr r 1;a ? ria
auguration of a r.icy which he pro- Selton, '18, ant Fat heine Inglis
poses to devele p a rapidly as conven-nSith of the piano department.
ient, of placi-g tbc responsibility for
the peraionot to popery drecty Pblic school miusic certifiactes:
the operat ioof tnhe ra perty directly Hazel Louise Allman, Marguerite 0.
upon the regional director, and not,
upon the board of directors, but states Bullen, Mary Pauline Collier, Char-
as his purpose also to accord to boards=lotte Ruth Craig, Irene Esther Fritz,
of directorsantheir r r Anna Barbara Fiefel, Mabel Fern
the fullest ojpportrunity to keep advised Iiing, Jessie Ruth 1istler, Frances )
as to the operation aO' iprovement 0'lIara, Jessie Elizabeth Tapert, Mul-
of their own properties, and to main- tred Claire Van Amberg, Alma Mar-
. . ~~~~ion wbrLi ic
tain a full interchange of views, as to Weber, Lois A. Winch.
what is i the best interest of the
; overntmen uaand of the stockholder.I The senior class officers of the
This will be a<inii,,, together of rail-j School o,° Music are: ]'resident, Char-
road interesl s fz'r which it is di- lotte ('raig; \'ict-prcsideut, Mrs Vr-
ficult to see ho vw, at the end of the per- na Luther; secretiary. Fva Skelton;
iod of government control fixed by treasurer, Lois Wineh; picure comi-
congress, this tightly bound iuicHine, 4 mittee chairman, Pauline ('ollier;
can be unlimbered and returned to in- cap ant gown committee chairman,
dividual operation. I abeliDing; social comi uittee chair-
This does not mean goernment l tan, .essie Kistler; program chair
ownership, but probability of a contin-1an, Anna Fiefe.

Refreshing Styles in W omen a and Misses'
Cotton Dresses
$750$)
Dainty, Cool andSimple
These war days are bringing to the washable cotton
Q00dress a tremendous popularity. Combining good looks
o ono and low price, they fit in with the economy ideas of
o > o0dressy, thrifty people. Shown in colored striped,
L o a dotted,w crossbar and plain white French and
Q ° domestic voiles with organdy of pique collar and cuffs,
° fluting and lace trimming. New summer colorings.
MAIL34AO9.?~)
ORDERS
SOLICITED O CoIE AoLTArc
MRJCONNECTION WiTH AmY OTdR tow
DETROIT

drive will be conducted through

$70,000,000 by June 28, which has I ory.-Adv

A

TRUBEY S
218 S. Main Street
Pop. Mats, A RQ fEI Nights
Tue., Thur. i i 25c, 50c &
Sat., 25&50c DETROIT 75c
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
"tD A BRE A#!"

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ARCADE

Get in arm Weather Clothes
You need a summer suit, something in a light weight, warm weather weave-cut in a
breezy, sporty way. We have a large number of such suits and you can be sure of getting
just what you want. The styles are the latest to be had anywhere-the Famous Varsity
F iFei models made by HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX.
Palm beaches, Dixie weaves, and other special warm weather weaves are here in great
u;ron. The prices.are less than you would expect.

SHOWS AT 3:00, 6:30, 8:oo, 9:30
xsc Unless Otherwise Specified.

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Thur-Fri-30-3 I-Mae Marsh in "The
Face in The Dark" and Christie
Comedy. "Whose Wife?" 20C. -
S*t-s"-NelShipman in "The Girl
from Beyond" and Drew Comedy,
"Beautiful'Thoughts."
Mo-3-Edith 'Storey in "Treasure of
the Sea" and Drew Comedy, "Alt
for the Love of a Girl."
'T'es--4--Bessio Barriscale in "The
Cast-Off" and Pathe News.

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225 E. Liberty. ,Phone 1321
GODOE FOR A CO

Flowers
Plants
Ferns

Baskets
Oorsages
Decorations

WuerthTheater
Afternoon-2:3o and 4:oo
Evening--7:oo, 8:oo and xo:oo
Phone-Y6o-J
-
BOOKINGS FOR JUNE ,
Thurs-IFI--33-.--Dorothy Dalton in
"Flare-up Sal." Also Keystone Corn-
edy, "A Safe Danger."
. Sat-r-Monroe Salisbury in "Hlungry
= Eyes." Also Weekly and Comedy.
Sun-Mon-2-3-Douglas Fairbanks in
=. "Hleadin' South." Also Serial, "V en-
+ geance and the Woman."
1Tues-Wed-4-3-Walter Reed in "The
Things We Love." Also "Eagle .
= Eye," No. 13.
Thurs-Fri-6-7-Sessue Ilayakawa in
"Hidden Pearls." Also Holmes
.Travels and Comedy.
w -
w .w
OrpheumTheater I
Afternoon-2a:3o and 4:oo
Evening-q:oo, 8:oo and io:oo
Phone--i6o-J.
BOOKINGS FOR JUNE
'Thurs-Fri-30-3r-Williamn Desmond in
"Society for Sale."
Sat-i-Anna Murdock in "Richest
Girl." Also Weekly and Comedy.
Su1in-Moi-2--Belle Bennett in "The
Lovely %Woman." Also 4 Reels
Thomas A, Edison, "The Benefac-
tor."
'Tues-4-Billie Burke in "Arms and
the Girl." Also "Eagle Eye," No,
13. (Ret.) .
Wed-;-Vivian Martin in "The Trou-
ble Buster." Also "Iagle Eye," No.
13. (Ret.)
Thurs-Fri-6-7-Ray Stewart in "Pay-
ing Ilis Debt." Also Keystone Corn-
edy, "A Play right Wrong."

uation of government control. with
some plan by which the public will
remain as stockholders under gov--
ernment guarantee after the war.
URGES DEVELOPMENT
OF FOREIGN MARKETS
Indianapolis. Ind., May 30. - Evenl
if by a miracle Germany succeeded
in overcoming the Allies, America
would carry on the war single-hand-
ed, until the German government ad-
mitted its defeat, Albert J. Beveridge,
former United States senator from
Indiana, said in a Memorial day ad-
dress here tonight.
"Americans are unbreakably unit-
ed for this war," he said, "on the sol-
id ground that we went into it be-
cause we were attacked;' and w hile'
the war lasts all discussion of all war
purposes that will divide the coun-
try ought to have been avoided." But,1
he added, advocates of an interna-
tional league to enforce peace declare
that one of the principal objects for
which America went into the war is
the erecting of "this international
house of dreams, which, if it stands,
will imprison us and if it falls will
crush us."
Mr. Beveridge said that thoughts of
after-the-war problems should regard
grave American conditions now in
the making that will confront the na-
tion with the coning of peace. Steps
should be taken to increase the na-
tion's foreign markets; new laws
should be enacted to safeguard the
Americanmerchant marine, lie said.
"'We are building a grea<t carrying
fleet, but after the war, every ship
of it will rot in our docks unless our
shipping laws are radically altered."
American banking laws must be
enlarged, he said, so as to permit and
encourage the organization of Amer-
ican over-seas banks to do business
upon an equality with those of oth-
er commercial nations.
Class Dancing Monday and Thurs-
day evenings at the Packard.--Adv.

T IN (EllETIS OlPE NlN( OF NEW
'TVBATH E CI
Rain greet(1 the opening, yester-
of the w city bi ouse and
bat hing beach, which has just been
(onipleted on the river north of the
ilniersit y ba house. L-ockers and
dressing rooms have been provided
by the park board, as well as every-
thing else to make the bath house as
up-to-date and as sanitary as poseI-
ble. Electric lights have been install-
ed for evening bathing.
All future bathing must be at the
new bath house as the park board
has declared it unlawful to bathe at
th bend or at any other place on
the river where adequate dressing fa-
cilities are lacking. The -bath house
wille op eaIn.rom o'clock in the
morning until 9 o'clock in the even-
iug each day until cold 'wether sets
in. Outside of the chr or rent-
ing bathing suits, the bath house is
free to the public.

That Straw Hat can best be bought at this store.
Ann Arbor.

We have the largest assortment in

INDISPENSABLE SUMMER FURNISHINGS

Manhattan summer styled shirts are worn by good dressers who appreciate perfect fit,

Hosiery, new ties, light weight underwear.

euie=Colin -Fiegel Company
The HTome of Hart Schoffner and Marx Clothes, at southwest corner of Main and
Washgton str-eets-downtown.

and colors that will stay. Ask for them.

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TODAY
MATINEE AND NIGHT

'I111j 11x HI(t i1i'4C ALCONE WV SUCCESS

EET HEARTS AND'WIVES"

WITH FUNNY

BILLY

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OTHERS

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We advise the purchase of
Hoover Steel Ball and King Trailer Stocks
at the present market prices
FORSHEE & KUEHNL
INVESTMENT-SECURITIES
Phone 808 412 First Nat'l Vank Bldg.

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GIRLS

GIRLS

PRICES

PRICES
! T ...................... .... 10, 2
X..- ............................... .20 , 25c, 30C
WAR TAX EXTRA

SHOWS
MATINEE AT..................... ......,..............3:00
EVENING AT ..:................. ... ............7:30, 9:00
ORDER SEATS EARLY

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