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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUnIJAX,

alarm clocks at J. L Recreation makes for Efficiency.
Jeweler. 113 S. Main. "We try to treat you right." Huston
Bros.-Adv. tf.
et those Neolin Soles put Jessie Dicken Hosum, teacher of
s Place, 611 E. William, voice. 1327 Forest Court. Phone
A 1642-M.-Adv.

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Paul'
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Ferneau' s "Jazz" Band

Flint, Mich.

Tons of Turkey
Go to Sammie.,
Battle Creek, Oct. 27.-Stack 48
cows in one pile. Figure they weigh.
a total of 24 tons. This gives an idea
how big one turkey of that weight
would be.
Then imagine a sea of cranberries,
car loads of dressing, a stack of mince
pies, 1,500 feet high.
With all of this stuff set out before
31,000 men, it woud make a good
Thanksgiving dinner for each one. And
this is Just what it will do. For the
Sammies at Camp Custer simply must
have a Thanksgiving dinner as fine as
their fellowmen.
Now just go a bit further and no-
tice the rations for these soldiers
on ordinary days for a period of 31
days: 722,500 pounds of fresh beef,
260,000 pounds of bacon, 906,750
pounds of flour, 8,060 half-pound cans
of baking powder, 120,900 pounds of
beans, 1,007,500 pounds of potatoes,
56,420 pounds of coffee, 151,200 pounds
of sugar, 12,924 hotel cans of evapor-
ated milk, 4,030 gallons of vinegar,
32,240 pounds of salt, 8,060 gallons of
syrup, 56,420 two ounces of flavoring
extract, and 36,240 pounds of butter.
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WuerthTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
= Prices: xz Cents
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
: Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
= Sun-Mon-28-29-Mary Pickford in "Re-
- becca of Sunnybrook Farm." Also
Holmes Travels and Victor Moore
C Comedy.
Tues-Wed-3o-31-Taylor Holmes in "Effi
Sciency Edgar's .Courtship." Also a
- Reel Comedy, "Day and Night."
NOVEMBER
Thur-Fri-i-2-Wallace Reid in "The Hos-
tage." Also Keystone Comedy.
OrpheumTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: roc unless otherwise specified
=Matinees 2. 33o Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30
atSaturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Sun-28-Shirley Mason in "The Awak-
eingof Ruth." Also "Do Children
Count?" =
-Mon-29-Miss Juliette Day in "The
MRainbowGirl."AlsoSerial, "host
-: Express," No. 4.
Tues-3o-Violet McMillan in "The Girl
= Who Won Out." Also Weekly and
_ Comedy. -
= Wed-31 -Montague Love in "The Brand C
of Satin." Weekly and Comedy.
NOVEMBER
Thur-r-Bessie Love in "A Little Re-:
former." Also Triangle Comedy and
FordWeekly.

Solid Brass Removable
Glass Dish Ash Trays JUC
HALLER u FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS
Rae Theatre
TODAY
WM. S. (Bad Bill) HART
--in-
"THE DISCIPLE"
Extra Music and Comedy
Features
Buy a RAE Ticket Book and
Save

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A RCADE
Mon.-29-Harold Lockwood in "Paradise
Garden" and Drew Comedy "The Pat-
riot"
Tues-3o-Mabel Taliaferro in "Will-o'-
the-Wisp," and Drew Comedy, "His
Ear for Music."
Wed-31-Yale Boss and Paul Kelly in
Knights of the Square Table" (Un-
der auspices of Boy Scouts).

225 E. Liberty.

Phone 1321

BOODHEW FLORAL co.

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H. J. Ferneau.

100 Paterson Blk.

Flowers
Plants
Ferns

Baskets
Corsages
Decorations

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Week Con.
SUNDAY,2
W ~OCTOBER
-Whitnyitne2
"Happy" Lou Whitney
And Associates
SUN. ANOTHER LATE ONE
MON.
Peggy 0 Moore
WEB, 3Btter than "Peg o 3yHeart"
THURS. Sensation-Facts not Fiction
FRI. Why Girls Leave Home
SAT, The play that started vice reforms
MOTHERS bring your daughters FATHERS ling your sons
tiRICES EVES :15 MATINEES
lac - 20c -255 WEDNESDAY 1C
ANOTHER BIG WEEK
MAJESTIC
LET'S GO
3 DAYS COM, MONDAY, OCTI 29
PhilE Adams

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Pop. Mat. Wed-
nesday and Satur-
day, 25c to $r-5o R R

Week Beg. To-
morrow (Mon.)
Night Mat. $ixoo..
Nights Soc to $a.

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"Johnny Get Your Gun," at the *
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TODAY

Whitney-"Peggy O'Moore.
Majestic-Mary Pickford in "The'
Little American."
Qrpheum- Shirley Mason in
"The Awakening of Ruth." Also'
"Do the Children Count?"
Wuerth-Mary Pickford in "Re-'
becca of Sunny Brook Farm." Al-'
so Holmes Travels and Victor'
Moore Comedy.

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Rae--Wm. E. Hart in "The
ple." Rae .News.

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AT THE MAJESTIC

AND HIS

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TFacIating Flirts"

The Majestic theatre offers a most
interesting and Attractive program
for this week. Beginning 'Monday,
Phil A. Adams and his "Fascinating
Flirts" appear in a bit of melody,
laughter, and beauty that makes a
catchy musical comedy,hand a most
effective head liner. Lillian Morley
and the McCarthy Sisters present a:
harmony singing and dancing num-1
ber styled "Those Harmony Girls;"
and Dalton, Mareena and Dalton are
original in their athletic surprises. The
dainty musical maids known asi the
"Three" Misses Weston, give charming
musical numbers on violin, 'cello, pi-
ano, and cornet, and Lou Hoffman in
his act, "The Nutty Hatter," shows us
a masterpiece in the art of juggling.
For the latter half of the week the
"Melody Six" offer some good music
in "A Symphony in Tone and Color;~
"Double Crossing" will be the offer-
ing of Yates and Reed, and Karl Em-
my presents some really clever dogs
in his "Canine Revue Extraordinary."
As a final act Lockhart and Laddie
promise to please and amuse in their
screaming funny act. "The Little
can," with Mary Pickford, contains
many thrilling incidents. This pic-
ture is being shown here today.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
is the place. 113 S. Main.-Adv.

AT THE WHITNEY
At the Whitney this week Happy Lou
Whitney and her associate players
will present two of the best plays
they have offered since opening the
local stock engagement. For the first
half, commencing today, the bill will
be W. C. Herman's latest success,
"Peggy O'Moore." For the latter half
of the week this company will pre-
sent the melodramatic success. "Why
Girls Leave Home."
Spicy News From
Other Universities
In keeping with the present idea of
war economy, the Princeton prom
committee has decided to make the af-
fair as simple as possible and run it
on an absolute cost basis. Tickets
will be much cheaper and it is ex-
pected that in connection with the
prom, a tea dance for the benefit of
the Red Cross will be given.
Fraternities of DePauw university
have begun a campaign to secure the
release of freshmen from their dormi-
tory residence regulations so that they
may live in fraternity houses. The
university requires all first year men
to reside in Florence hall, but organ-
izations find it impossible to keep op-
en their houses unless the support of
freshmen is secured. Petitions have
been presented to the administrative
officials asking that the rules be
changed.
A three weeks' furlough may be
given to the students of the University
of Nebraska because of the great need
of corn-huskers in the state. A census
of the students is being taken to
find out whether they favor this plan.
The furlough, if approved, will begin
next week and will probably take the
place of the Christmas holidays.
Formalhdedication of the new stad-
ium of the University of Wisconsin
will take place after the first half of
the Wisconsin-Minnesota game, Nov.
3. The stadium has been entirely
completed and has a seating capacity
of 11,900.
Lincoln Avery, '20, who has been
ill for some time at St. Joseph sani-
tarium, is reported to be improving.
You can get those Neolin Soles put
on at Paul's Place, 611 E. William,
while you wait.-Adv. -

,IONNY GET YOUR GUN"

WEEK OCTOBER 29 MsT RDRSNOW

BUY SEATS NOW
MAJESTIC
LET'S GO
3 DAYS COM. THURSDAY, NOV. 1

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JOHN CORT'S LAUGHINC HIT

with

Melody,

S.iox

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LOUIS BENNISON

AND

"A Symphony in Trne and Color"

ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST

A Rare Combination of Youth and Artistry

k.,

WITH

Jack Wslh and Co. of Clever and Pretty Girls

Lillian Morley
& McCarthy
Sisters
Those Personality Girls
The "Three" Misses
Weston

Delton,
Mareena and

Yate & Reed
in
"Double Crossing"
Frazer, Bunce and
Harding
"Who's Who?

Karl Emmy's Pets
in
"Canine Revue Extraordinary"
Lockhardt & Laddle

Delton

In
"A Brava Attempt at
Suicide,,

Athletic Surprises

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Lew Hoffman

Special Children's Mat. Sat., Nov. 3
=ring the Kiddies to Meet Karl Enuny's Pets

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I The Dainty Musical Maids

The Natty Hatter

Mat. 3 P. M. 10-20c

Nights 7:30-9:00, 20-25-30c

U.

TODAY
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Sunday

Only

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TODAY

No Advance
in Prices
lOc -15c

Uncle Sam's Favorite Neice
MARY PICKFORD
In Her Greatest Patriotic Photo Drama

Four Shows

1:30-3:00
7:00 -8:30

BE THERE

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A Motion Picture Production that will strike a responsive chord in the breast of every American disclosing the great-
est patriotic appeal ever screened.
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