THE MICHIGAN DAILY
A Season of Good Things
At this time o fthe year, with other Good Things in abund-
ance, how about YOUR CLOTHES?
Why don't you get ready for the holidays? An all-wool
suit or overcoat, individually cot and hand-tailored to your
individual measure, will be both sensible and seasonable and
will give you something GOOD for the HOLIDAYS.
Order now while our showing is complete, and have that
suit or overcoat in time for THANKSGIVING.
MYSTERY SHROUDS BAND
BE KEPT SILENT UN.I
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
604 E. Liberty Street
HAPPY LOU WHITNEY
Thur., Fri., Sat.,
November 8, 9 10
The Sensationali Melodrama
"WHAT A WOMAN
Produced under specialcarrange-
ment with the Chicago
EVENINGS 8:18 X10-20-25e
MATINEES WED.-SAT 10c
Fi-Hedda Nova and Mitchell Lewis
in "The Bar Sinister," and Christie
Comedy. 9 Parts. (Shows at 3:00,
6:30, and 8:30.)
Sat-io-William Duncan and Carol Hollo-
way in "Dead Shot Baker," and Com.
edy, "Ships and Slackers."
Mon-i2-Ethel Barrymore in "The Lifted
Veil," and Drew Comedy, "His
Tue-13-Harold Lockwood in "Under
Handicap." 8 Parts.
mk Nov. 4 R RiC Wed.Mat. S5c
ces: Eve., UIIliE to $1.50. Seats
Sat. Mat. forall 8Operas
to $2.0 DETROIT' ready now
Superb Crand Opera Event
an Carlo Grand Opera Co.
too Artists 20 Famous Stars
ym phony Orchestra Brilliant Chorus
Prices: t5 Cents
Matinees a, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Thur Fri-8-g-Vivian Martin in "Sunset
Trail." Also "His Precious Life."
Sat-io-Edna Goodrich in "A Daughter
of Maryland." Also Serial, "Neglect.=
ed Wife," No. to.=
Sun-Mon-i-r12-Fvelyn Nesbit Thaw
and Son Russell in "Redemption."
Also Comedy. Eve. 25c.=
Tues-Wed-i3-4-Shirley Mason in "Cy
Whitaker Ward." Also "Do Chil-
Thur-Fri-15-r6-Mme. Petrova in "Ex-
ile." Also Keystone Comedy, "Hula,=
Hula Land." =
Prices: roc unless otherwise specified =
Matinees a, 3:3o. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Fri-g-Margery Wilson in "Mountain
Dew." Also Triangle Comedy and -
Sat-zo-Enmmy Lynn in "Forture of Sil-
ence." Also Travels and Comedy.
Sun-i i-Bryant Washburn in "Filling=
His Own Shoes." Also "Do Chil-
dren Count?" Evening zsc. S
Mon-ia-Anna Murdock in "The Beau-
tiful Adventure." Also Weekly and
Comedy. Eivening 'z se.
Tues-i3-Ethel Clayton in "The Dor-
mant Power." Also Comedy. =-
Wed-14-Wm. Russell in "Shackles of
Truth." Also Weekly and Comedy.
Evening iz5c. .
PI DELTA EPSILON
ELECTS SEVEN MEN
Members of Publications Taken Into
Pi Delta Epsilon, national honor-
ary upperclass journalism fraternity,
announces the election of the follow-
ing students working upon campus
publications: M. G. Hedin, '18; A. E.
Hobbs, '19;S . B. Wilson, '19; A. E.
Zigler, '20L; B. Wohl, 18;-L. H. Mat-
tern, ' 19; and J .A. Mosenfelder, in-
structor in journalism.
Following the initiation held yes-
terday, an initiation banquet took
place at the Union, at which Norman
Ibsen, '18, acted as toastmaster, call-
ing for toasts from C. P. Emery, '18;
P. C. Pack, '18; A. E. Zigler, '20L;
Prof. M. P. Tilley; and Mr. H. H.
New York city has a quota of $15,-
500,000 for the Y. M. C| A. campaign,
almost half of the $35,000,000 mark set
for the nation.)
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
GOODHEW FLORAL COs
TIL PROGRAM IS PRACTICAL-
Shrouded in mystery are the stunts
which are being prepared for the Band
Bounce which will be held Nov. 22 in
Hill auditorium. The committee is
reserving the announcement of the
entertainment until the program is
Personnel of the business staff
which is planning the entertainment
to send the band to Evanston, has
been announced as follows: General
manager, G. F. Nye, '19; stage man-
ager, James S. Klumpp, '18; adver-
tising manager, James McClntock,'19;'
program advertising manager, J. Ella-
worth Robinson, '19; program editor,'
Reed Bachman, '20E; chairman of
ticket sales, Hugo E. Braun, '19L;
property manager, Edgar G. Reindal,
'18L; publicity manager, Harry Carey,
Tryouts for all prospective perform-
ances at this festival will be held the
first part of next week, and workers
are urged to have their stunts ready
for rehearsal at this time.
AID STUDENTS IN FIGHT
AGAINST TAXI COMPANIES
(Continued from Page One)
have, and will bring matters to a
"There are a good many instances
in which students have told me they
have been overcharged, and would
willingly appear in a session to prove
their cases. Publishing the rates
would no doubt bring to light other
instances when people learn they
have been overcharged."
Following are the price rates as
given in the ordinance and rate card
issued from the city clerk's office:
Lawful Rates Given
Hack and baggage rates permitted
by ordinance in Ann Arbor, iMchigan:
For each passenger to any part of
city, 25 cents.
For baggage not exceeding 150
pounds in weight,to any part of city,
25 cents. }
For children over six years of age,
and under 12 years of age, 15 cents.
For children under 6 years of age,
in charge of parents or guardian,in
all cases to be carried free.
For the use of hackney, carriage or
omnibus by the hour, $1.50 for the
first hour and $1.00 for each addition-
al hour, and for the additional frac-
tional hours thereof, at the rate of
$1.00 per hour.
Provided, that when a carriage or
omnibus is used between the hours of
eleven o'clock p. m. and five o'clock
a. m., standard time, it shall be lawful
to demand and receive for the same
service double the rates prescribed
RUSSIAN REBELS SEIZE
(Continued from Page One)
A proclamation issued by the con-
gress of workmen's and soldiers' del-
egates reads as follows: "The death
penalty re-established at the front by
Premier Kerensky is abolished and
complete freedom for political pro-
paganda has been established at the
Another proclamation says: "M.
Kerensky has taken flight and all mil-
itary bodies have been empowered to
take all possible measures to arrest
Kerensky and bring him back to Pet-
rograd. All complicity with Kerensky
will be dealt with as high treason."
Petrograd, Nov. 7.-(Delayed).-At
the winter palace this afternoon it was
said that Premier Kerensky had gone
to the front.
GARGOYLE TO HAVE NUMBER
DEVOTED TO CONFERENCE
Preceeding by a few days the first
game with a conference team this is-
sue will feature conference of various
kinds. The spirit of Thanksgiving and
the football season will prexail in the
The conference number of the Gar-
goyle will be out Nov. 21.
More thz,.n a dozen men have tried
out for the art staff, and some good
cuts are the result.
WHAT'S GOING ON
3 o'clock-Lee Smits will address
students of journalism in room 102,
7:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu literary
meets in Alpha Nu rooms, University
8 o'clock-Eugene Ysaye appears in
concert in Hill auditorium.
2 o'clock-Michigan-Cornell game
on Ferry field.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
8:30 o'clock-Union dance in com-
All men interested in soccre are
asked to meet at 4 o'clock this after-
noon on the west side of Ferry field.
Officials of the Literary college will
be elected today.
BEGINS ANNUAL SESSION
(Continued from Page One)
talks tomorrow on "'Government Ser-
vice," Dr. Reuben Peterson, and Miss
C. Monroe, head of the collegiate bu-
reau of occupations, 209 Congress
That specialization, ability, and a
broad training are the requisites for
successful vocational work, was the
concensus of opinion of the speakers
at the vocational conference last ev-
Miss Georgia White, dean of women
at M. A. C., spoke on "Women and
Discuss Smith-Hughes Bill
Fred Keeler, superintendent of pub-
lic instruction at Lansing, spoke on
the "Smith-Hughes Bill," which pro-
vides for vocational and industrial
training. Its object is to finance, and
increase interest in specialized edu-
cation in three branches of work,
namely, agriculture, industrial edu-
cation, and home economics.
Mr. Keeler's opinion was that this
bill encouragiing vocational work in
the large school, but did not solve the
problem of the small school, due to its
lack of equipment.
Dr. Edmund A. Myers, professor of
industrial education, set forth the
limitations of the Smith-Hughes bill
In a statement that the funds access-
ible under its provision, are to be ex-
penided for work lower than college
grade, and that it provides for the pre-
paration of teachers of trades and in-
dustries only. Despite these limita-
tions, Dr. Myers expressed great oon-
fidence in the possibilities of this
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Mat.-3 P. M.-10c, 20c
Eve.-7:30 and 9:00
20c, 25c, and 30c
3 DAYS, STARTING WITH
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8
The Show Beautiful
Owing to Michigan-Cornell
Saturday, November 10
No Afternoon Show
Reserve Seats Now
Nite Shows 7:30 and 9:00
Note:-Seats selling fast.
Take your visitors, see show,
get your lunch, then its time
for the game.
Easy to Get Education in Washington
Washington, Nov. 7.-(Communica-
tion).-By working for the govern-
ment in the day time and going to
school at night a college edrcation is
available to any one who cares to
come to Washington at this time.
Not only do the universities offer
evening courses in many subjects for
the man who works, but the Y. M. C.
A. and private schools conduct eve-
ning classes in every course that the
average man would want.
Loan 54 Per Cent Oversubscribed
Washington, Nov. 8.-Oversubscrip-
tion for the second Loberty Loan was
54 per cent of the $3,000,000 asked ac-
cording to the tabulation just com-
All subscriptions over $50,000 will
be pared down to the proper propor-
tions and thus 99 per cent of the peo-
ple will receive the amount for which
Ifound-Up Club to Give Dance Tonight
The Round-Up club held its initial
smoker at the Union Thursday night.
Plans for the year were discussed ant
preparations made for the club dance,
which will take place Friday ev.;ning
at Packard academy. Nor. 15 was set
as the date for the fall initiation and
Pardee In City For Cornell Game
Earl E. Pardee, '17, president of last
year's senior literary class, and au-
We have a complete line of flowers at all times of the year.
Why not buy your "Mums" from us in preference to the
one that is in it just for the day, and be assured of fresh stock
and right prices.
For the Game
ORDER "MUMS" NOW for Saturday.
until Friday night.
Arcade Floral Shop
EDGAR LEWIS' POWERFUL PRODUCTION
"THE BAR SINISTER"
By Anthony P.rKelly
A RED-BLOODED DRAMA OF RACE EQUALITY'
THE MOST DISCUSSED PICTURE OF TUE YEAR
thor of Michigan Union opera, arrived
in Ann Arbor last night, and will stay
for the Cornell game. Pardee is a
first-lieutenant in the army ambul-
ance service now stationed at Allen
Gasoline 23c, Polarizne 0c. Staebler
& Co., 117 S. Ashley St.-Adv.
Dance at Armory on best floor in
city. Saturday night.-Adv.
Buy your "Mums" for the game at
the Delta. 35c a piece or $3.50 a dozen.
Price guaranteed till Friday night.
I Shoes repaired while you wait.
4. Andres, 222 8. State St.-Adv.
Buy your alarm clocks at
Chapman's, Jeweler. 113 S.
America's most Exacting Newspaper, The New York Tribune, said,
"'THE BAR SINISTER' is one of the Best Things that has ever been
seen on the screen."
"Wid," the well-known independent motion picture critic, said,
"Certainly 'THE BAR SINISTER' is one of the few big pictures of the
TO BE SHOWN AT THE
SUNDAY NOV. '11th
Kinsey Komedy Ko.
LITTLE LOST SISTER
And a big
PRI ES, 10s 20, 25
We are the only
Buy her that box of Chocolates for the Game, and make sure that if is
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3:00, 6:30 and 8:30
1111 S. University Ave.