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January 03, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-01-03

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AT THETHEATERS
TODAY

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f ael,
COM'-
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omes

Majestic-IThe Silent Wit-
ness."
Orpheum-"One' Touch of Na-
ture."
Wuerth--Claire McDowell in
"The Ship of Doom."' Also com-
edy and Ford weekly.
Arcade-June Elvidgeh Irving
Cumimngs, and Alma Hanlon in
"The Whip." Also Christie come-
dy.

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The Complete Coat Collection at
These Amazing Reductions
Wool Velours, Chiffon-Broadcloths, Velvets and fine Plushes, in Burgundy, Taupe, Navy, Black, Beaver and Plum.
They are made in full belted styles with huge cuffs and collars of fur, plush, Kerarmi or self material.
The styles are in high or regulation waist lines with fancy pockets or flat tailored pockets.
Half or full lined models-some with fancy figured lining and warm interlinings.

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Garrick--"Seventeen."
Jan. 5.
Whitney-'Katinka."

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$25.00 to $35.00 Coats at .................$12.75
$35.00 to $45.00 Coats at..................$19.75

$45.00to $70.00 Coats at .. ........ $23.75
$70.00 to $90.00 Coats at..................$39.75

rge acre-
ted. The
not been
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id soft corn situa-
,he farmers to + he
at a time w ,en
funds. i
acturers are seek-
acilities into other
the manufacture
nes and bodies,
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AT THE WHITNEY
Fresh from a year's run on Broad-
way, where it eclipsed "The Fire-
fly" and "High Jinks," the two pre-
vious successes of its authors, Otto
Harbach and Rudolph Friml, "Katin--
ka," which is Arthur Hammerstein's
best musical offering, comes to the
Whitney Theater Saturday, Jan. 5.
The scenes of the play are laid in
Russia, Turkey, and Vienna. The lo-
tale could not be improved xupon as
material allowing the scenic artist
full scope. As Russian wedding
guests, Turkish houri, and Viennes
beauties the chourus, also, is offered
unsurpassed opportunities.
In the musical score one hit follows
another in rapid succession. Among
the best numbers are "Rackety Coo,"
"Katinka," and "I Want to Marry a
'Male Quartet." A chorus of richly at-
tired girls lends life and color to the
songs.
AT THE ARCADE
The special eight-part production,
"The Whip," will be shown at the Ar-
cade theater today and tomorrow. The
leading parts in this photo-play are
taken by June Elvidge, Irving CQum-
mings, and Alma Hanlon.
One of the big thrills of the picture
is the scree-iing of a realistic train
wreck. Another of the best scenes de-
picts a fox hunt.
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of materials

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$12.00 to $13.50 values at....................$7.75
New Attractive Blouses of Georgette and
Crepe de Chine

Silk ,Petticoats

Some are very dressy with frills and large collars or iabot e ifects.
Some are strictly tailored with high necks and neat tailore d bows.
Maize, white, navy, brown, Burgundy and black.
$6.50 to $10.00 values at
$4.75

Of satin, taffeta and silk jersey, including famous "Fitrite" models with adjustable tops and fancy flounces.

(Fashion Salon-Second Floor)

$6.00 to $7.50 values at.... ......... . .......$4.75

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$8.00 to $10.00 values at........ ...........$5.

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Wool pm-
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Gloves!
Women's one clasp ivory copes with black embroid-
ered backs. All sizes. $1.50 values at $1.25.
Hosiery!
Women's bronze silk fibre hose with lisle garter tops,
heels and toes. $1.00 values at 69c a pair.
(First Floor-Left)

Silk, Crepe and Velvet-Corduroy
Kimonas in Four Special Groups
The cotton crepes in Japanese or empire styles, are
lowered from $2.98 and $3.98 to $2.69.
The silk and velvet-corduroy kimonas are marked
as noted.
$5.00 to $6.50 values at ...........$3.95
$7.50 to $10.00 values at... . . .$5.95
$12.00 to $15.00 values at . .........$8.95
(Second Floor)

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reached a high
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Offering a most unexpected opportunity to wearers of Gos sards and to all women who know real corset style and
Through special arrangements with the manufacturer we have secured a large quantity of these advance numbers to
the following reductions
The Gossard Company Sends These Extraordinary Corset Values for the
Blue Tag Sale

Y twenty officers,
valuable of the
C. A. as the per-
cy among raw
e are 1,800 men
h classes in this
:n foreign-born
men are study-
kruthur G. Cani
sity is advisory
it. Other classes
in Spanish, tele-
Qd trigonometry.
have been Se-
attle Creek, Ka-
Ann Arbor.
ERS NOT TO
ON. AND TUES.

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GENUINE $350 GOSSARDS AT
$2.67
GENUINE $5.00 GOSSARDS AT
$3.50

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VoprtuhtHtr Odh er& Matt
A new military
overcoat
Wear it on cool days this
fall or on rainy days.
Hart Schaffner
& Marx

The materials are much finer than their regular prices warr ant, and they are trimmed with all the effectiveness that chi
izes the higher priced Gossards.
Their lines correctly interpret the new silhoutte; they are c omfortable, healthful, and easy to adjust.
Because the assortment contains styles and sizes for ever y type of figure, you can be exactly fitted.
See these wonderful values tomorrow.
(Corset Shop-Second Floor)
Here's the Way Women's Shoes Will Walk Out
Not odd lots and brokensizes, but EVERY fashionable madel in the Main Floor Shop-rich hued kids and plain
leathers, some with plain toes, some with wing tips, and some with new stitched tips. WIDTHS AA TO D.

ck for theater
t by many au-
.e play houses
uld patronise
eother days to
he entire week
re.
ferent theaters
ss this matter,
an agreement
days and Mon-
booked.

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~All,

$3.50
$4.00
$4.50
$5.00
$5.50
$6.00

Black Shoes, per pair
Black Shoes, per pair ..
Black Shoes, per pair .
Black Shoes, per pair
Black Shoes, per pair
Black or Brown Shoes, at

.$2.95
.$3.45
.$3.95
.$4.25
.$4.95:
.$5.25'

All $6.50 Black or Brown Shoes, at ..........
All $7.00 Black or Brown Shoes at...............
All $7.50 Gray or Brown Shoes at ...............
All $8.00 Gray or Brown Shoes, at ...............
All $9.00 Gray or Brown Shoes at ..............
All $10.00 Gray or Brown Shoes, at ..............

made it, which means it
stand good hard wear
tear, and give you the
kind of a value.

will
and
best

SERVLCE
upation of
the period
ce by Mrs.
st substitu-
job of any
he country.
Universal-

Several variations for men
and young men.
Reule-Conlin-
Fiegel Co.
The big store at the south-
east corner Main and Wash-
ington Streets-downtown.

Extra Special
One lot of Dorothy Dodd and Red Cross shoes in staple styles, but
broken sizes, lowered from $5.00 and $6.00 to

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$3.45

(First Floor-Rear)

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