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TODAY
Whitney - "The Whole Damm
Family."
Majestic-"The Naughty Prin-

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Orpheum-Ruth Stonehouse in-
"Phantom Husband." Also Tri-
angle comedy and weekly.
Wuerth - Jack Pickford and
Louise Huff in "The Ghost House."
Also Keystone comedy, "The Sul-
tan's Wife."

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-Jane Cowl in "The
Dawn." Also Christie

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University Women Prepare 300 To
Give Holiday Touch To Hospital I
Dinner Trays
Thanksgiving place cards of original
design will add a cheerful note to din-
ner trays of patients of the University
hospital today. Three hundred of these
cards have been prepared by Univer-J
sity girls, under the auspices of the
social service committee of the Wom-
en's league and Y. M. C. A..
A musicalaprogram given by the
School of Music, has been planned by
the social service workers for the af-
ternoon entertainment.
CONTINUE TO KNIT,
URGE WAR H EADS
Red Cross Wishes Womnen To Supply
Comforts For Soldiers and
Sailors
Secretary of war Baker and Secre-
tary of the navy Daniels have made
another appeal to the women of the
country to continue their knitting and
making comforts for soldiers and sail-
ors in other ways, according to latest
reports from Washington.
The following statement was issued
by the war council through the Red
Cross: "Secretary of war Baker and
Secretary of the navy Daniels wish
the people of the country to know,
that under no circumstances do they
want to discourage our good women
from knitting, or otherwise volun-
tarily providing through the Red
Cross, comforts for our soldiers and
sailors."
Dr. Elsie S. Pratt To Visit Ann Arbor
Dr. Elsie Seelye Pratt of Denver,
Col., will be the guest of Miss Agnes
E. Wells, social director of Newberry
residence, from Nov. 29 to Dec. 1.
Miss Wells will be at home to Univer-
sity women to meet Dr. Pratt from
3 to 4 o'clock on Friday afternoon,
Nov. 30.
WOMEN WILL GIVE SERVICE
FLAG TO HO1MiOEOPATHIC MEN

ENLISTED MAN NEEDS
MAXIMUM INSURANCE
ORDNANCE LECTURER ADVISES
TAKING OUT $10,000 POL-
ICIES
"Every man should take $10,000
worth of government insurance when
he enters the service," declared Mr.
Arthur C. Bachrach in an address to
the ordnance men. Tuesday morning.-

"It is imperative that the new man
should cover his life by heavy In-
surance, as then he can rest assured
that the ones he leaves behind are not
cared for,, or neglected, by charity in-
stitutions," the ordnance instructor
continued. "A man can always drop a
certain amount of insurance, but he

Auth

orities Hasten To Complete Roof
of Structure Before Winter
Weather Sets In

the money of people

AT THE WHITNEY

This afternoon ana evening the Kin-
y Komedy Kompany will offer to
ie playgoers of Ann Arbor, "The
'hole Damm Family."
The farce is full of comedy.

Library 21

THIS
SW EEKI

can never add to it.
Insurance Lowers Exemptions
"A large number of the exemption
pleas are rejected by the government
because provision is made for the sup-
port of a man's family while he is act-
ually in service."
Mr. Bachrach explained that pen-
sions are eliminated by the new in-
surance plan. The compensation law
takes the place of all pensions. If a
man is totally disabled in service the
government will pay the family a sum
in installments, the amount received
from the government depending upon
the size of the family.
Three Forms of Insurance
If a man has a family, he is com-
pelled to give the same amount the
government pays, if it does not exceed
one-half of his salary, or more than
$15 a month.
In case the soldier or sailor does
not have dependents he can allot the
required amount to Nany one. If he
fails to choose any of the insurance
forms, the government may withhold
one-half of his pay, place it in the
bank, and pay him four per cent inter-
est for the use of the money. The
rate of government insurance is 75 per
cent lower than that of policies writ-
ten by private insurance companies.

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Darkness is not interfering with
progress on the new library, as the
men are wotking by electric lights un-
til late at night in order to get the
building under cover before severe
weather comes. Pouring of the third
floor is nearly finished, and the fourth
floor will be begun immediately after.
With the building under cover, the
men will be able to rush the work in-
doors during the winter.
The coal shortage which has tied up
the Geddes Gravel company,from which
gravel for the concrete was ordered,
is the cause for the delay in con-
struction. Owing to its lack of coal
the gravel company cannot operate its
loading machinery, and has not- been
able to make its shipments promptly.
OLD M. A. C. HALL SAVED
FROM FIRE BOARD'S BAN

CLIFTON
in the Milito
"HER SO

East Lansing, Mich, Nov. 28.-Col-
lege hall, the cradle of agricultural
education in America, has been "sav-
ed" again by the state board of agri-
sulture.
The board, lending a tender ear
to appeals of alumni, has finally
auhtorized the M. A. C. architect
to plan for the preservation and re-
censtruction of the building.
College hall was first saved a half
dozen years ago, when the state fire
marshal called attention to its dilapi-

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Thu-'ri-r29-3o-Jane Cow
Spreading Dawn," and
edy.
AT LAST
After almost endles
new heating plant i
Our patrons will no
fortable.

HATTERS TO C
We make and r
Hats-to-Order andd
work such as reblo
etc. We also -it
Hats.
Hats shaped to 1
charge when bought
FACTORY I
6iz Packard St.,r

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AT THE MAJESTIC

One of the most attractive of the
season's offerings, "The Naughty
Princess," will appear at the Majestic
this week, starting today. There will
be two Thanksgiving matinees, at 2:30
and at 4 o'clock.
"The Naughty Princess" company
includes a -cast of 20 people and an
attractive chorus. Estelle McNeil, the
leading woman, was formerly a mem-
ber of the "Watch Your Step" com-
pany, and Eleanor Sutter, playing the
part of the naughty princess, appeared
in Lasky's "Red Heads." The mascu-
line part of the cast is represented by
Bert Ga'diner, late of the "Hitchy-
Koo" company; Jack Fisher from "The
Belle of New York" cast, and the com-
edian Harry Lamont, of "The Pullman
Porter Maids."

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demned.

Recently it was again I

Prof. Meader To Lecture on Russia
Prof. C. L. Meader of the literary!
department will speak on the sub-
ject of "Russia," at a meeting of the
Cosmopolitan club at 7:30 o'clock Fri-
day night in Lane hall. This meeting
will be in charge of the Russian for-
eign students. Music will be furnish-
ed by Prof. Albert Lockwood.

Wuerth '
Prices: 15
Matinees 2, 3:3o. Nitl
Saturdays-Sundays
NOVEMB
Thur-T'ri-29-3o-jack Pic]
Huff in "The Ghos
Keystone Comedy,
Wife:"
BOOKINGS FOR
Sat- i-rederick Wardc
Colors." Also "N~
~No. 13.
Sun-AMo1-2-3-Geraldine
Woman God Forgo
Moore Comedy. F

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Whitney Theatre,

AT THE ARCADE

Women of the Homoeopathic Guild
will present a service flag to the stu-
dents and faculty of the Homoeopathic
Medical school next week. The flag
was made by members of the guild and
contains' 75 stars, standing for the
men who have left the school in the
last 10 years to go into the service.
The Daily's- specialty is service to
everyone. Let us serve you.--Adv.
Read the Daily advertisements.
They will lead you to the best of Ann
Arbor's storts.--Adv.

"The Spreading Dawn," to be shown
the Arcade today and tomorrow in-
oduces to the screen that popular anda
iccessful stage star, Jane Cowl.
You will find what you want:
trough the Daily want ads.-Adv.

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Choice Bits From
College Exchanges
The Junior prom at the University
of California this year will be a unique
event. The hall will be decorated witl
the flags, emblems and colors of the al-
lies to vary the monotony of former
decorative schemes. Monster flood
lights will play beams of red, white
and blue on the ceiling during the
dances.
Idaho State university's first dance
of the season was held in the neA
university barn. Cider and doughnut
were the refreshments and the danc
ers were dressed in ginghams ani
"hickory" shirts.
Minnesota may adopt a five-yea
course for students in the dental col
lege. The curriculum at present call
for four years of work but the facult;
has found this to be unsatisfactory
Several new courses will be added t
the work if the new plan is adopted.
Children of professors get no bette
grades than farmers' sons and daugh
ters, according to the Iowa State uni
versity elementary school.:Atmos
phere of the home does -not seem to al
ter a child's opportunities,
Freshman girls at theUniversity c
Illinois will be assigned Big Sisters
It will be the duty of each Big Siste
to help the Little Sister in every pos
sible way, advising her both in regar
to her school and social life.
The University of Kansas is collect
ing war schemes and ideas from a
the colleges and universities in the
country. The purpose is to syndicat
the ideas of American institutions c
learning for the good of the natior
Dean Olin Templin is at Washingto
laying the plan before the government

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TO-DAY Matinee and Night
KINSEY KOMEDY KO,
Presents the Funniest of Comedies
The Whole
Damm Family
Vaudeville Between Acts
Prices same as Night-10-20-25c
10c Matinee Saturday
Change of Play Sunday
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Thur-29-Ruth Stonehc
Husband." Also '
and Weekly.
Fri-3o-Belle Bennett
Hope." Also Triar

Orpheum
Prices: ioc unless
Matinees 2, 3:30.
SSaturdays-Sun&

NOVEMBER

A BANQUET OF I
3 DAYS-STA
4 SHOWS-Til

pend it for Merchandise Here

The Sensation of
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ave a Liberty Bond and should wish to use it in
se of a Diamond, Watch, Chest of Silver or any-
e jewelry line, we will accept it for its full face
any amount.
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Christmas is almost upon us we invite you to visit
>re without any obligation to buy and see our care-
elected stocks of the best merchandise obtainable
d, Silver, Leather Goods, Glassware.

In order to maintain the discipline
of the Harvard student officers, a
stricter system of demerits has been
adopted. Severe penalties will be im-
posed for lack of appearance at drill
without a uniform or with buttons
missing. Ten demerits mean military
probation and will prevent the cadet
from holding .any position as officer

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SEE THIS GREAT SHOW

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM

in the regiment.

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Fifty men have registered in
the class for instruction in
wireless telegraphy organized at
Purdue university. The work will
be in charge of an experienced
wireless operator. As it is illegal to
operate a private station, all signals
will be transmitted by a high power

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SUNDAY ". S. HART and BESSIE LOVE
" "THE ARYA'N"
Dec. 2nd

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