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THE MICHIGAN DAILY-

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17,

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U. S. Army Officers

Uniforms

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Army Officers-secure the distinctive military
ness of the WILD made-to-measure uniform.

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We were fortunate in being the first in this city to be-
come established in this line of work.

FOOD AND DRUG STORES
TO EIVEINSPECTION
FRATERNITIES, SORORITIES, AND
BOARDING IjOUSES IN-
CLUDED
A staff of state food and drug in-
spectors under the personal super-
vision of State Deputy Commissioner
Burton F. Browne is in Ann Arbor
giving all food and drug supply cen-
ters official attention.
The campaign consists of a thor-
ough investigation intosstocks of
groceries, meats, and drugs. All fra-
ternities, sororities, and boarding
houses in the vicinity of the campus
are included in the work of the state
officials.
"During these days of war and high
prices," said Mr. Browne, "Our peo-
ple are learning the art of protecting
the dollar, and of seeing that it is
judiciously guided through the pur-
chasing channels of food supplies.
Fancy, beribboned packages and many
other price-elevating ideas are meet-
ing their doom. The citizens of the
state of Michigan are nobly and
patriotically responding to the call for
conservation, which will assist in sus-
taining life, and winning the war."
The corps of investigators here with
Mr. Browne are R. S. Woodruff, How-
cll; Charles Howson, Detroit; C. E.
Swift, Detroit; Henry Dieterle, Dex-
ter; M. A. Jones, Ypsilanti; R. S.
Edson, Adrian, and Elmer Mohn, De-
troit.

Y.M .A. WOR~KERST
GO TO CAMP CUSTER
Will Attend New Auditorium Opening
On Friday. Oct. 19. in Bat-
tle (;reek
Approximately 25 students and fac-
ulty of the University, interested in
Y. M. C. A. work, have signified their
Iutention of attending the opening of
the new Y. M. C. A. auditorium at
Camp Custer, Friday, Oct. 19.
Dr. John R. Mott and Mr. Cyrus
McCormick of the "Y" war work coun-
cil will be present at the opening 1(
give addresses. Dr. Mott will speak
at the Post theater in Battle Creek.
Among the other men of note that
will attend 'Association day, as the
meeting is being called, will be Dr. M.
S. Rice, pastor of the Woodward ave-
nue M. E. church, Detroit, and Bishop
T. S. Henderson of the same church.
Major-General Dickman, command-
ant of the camp, will greet the guests
and deliver a message to the Michigan
men who are about to use the new
building.
This auditorium, which was thr > vu
open to the soldirs Sunday, is the fin-
al addition to a group of seven Y. M.
C. A. buildings on the cantonment.
MAY PHONOGRAPH VOICES OF
MARINES FOR HOME FOLKS

Officers' Uniforms and accessories.
G. H. Wild & Co., State Street.-Adv.

WILLIAM COOLIER In
"NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH
By JAMEG MONTGOMERY
ARCADE
Wed-17-Norma Talmadge in "Poppy."
8 Parts.
Thurs-Fri-z8-xg-Mae Marsh in "Polly
of the Circus." 8 Parts. xtr
matinee at 4:30 on Thurs.)
Sat-2o-wvart Overton in "Soldiers of
Chance," and Comedy, "The .Spring
Idyl." 7"
Mon-22-Emily Stevens in "The Slack-
er." 5 Parts.
GOODHEW FLORAL CON
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers'
Corsages a Specialty
Greenhouses:- Observatory and
Volland St. Phone 170-M
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Pop.Mat.Wd.
Best Seats $1
Sat. Mat.
25c to $1.50

GATIIIKN

We can furnish you with O. D.:

Worsted Service

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forms; 0. D. Cotton Service Uniforms; o. D. Overcoats;

caps, hats puttees, etc.

Let us show you the list off Officers we have equipped.

Capt. H. S. Sheppard writes :-
The uniform, together with the bars which you sent later,
ceived and is very satisfactory.
I would be glad if you would keep my measurements on file
order further through you.
Lt. Karl S. Staatz writes:
The uniform arrived all 0. K. and fits very well.
Many other similar letters on file.

has been re-
so that I can

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Wild Company

Leading Merchant Tailors

State Street

CAMP CUSTER PLANS FOR LARGE
CROWD AT Y. M. C. A. DEDICATION'
Camp Custer, Oct. 16.-Elaborate
plans are being made to provide for
the enormous crowds on Association'
day, Friday, when the new Y. M. C. A.
auditorium is to be dedicated.
Arrangements are under way for
special Pullman cars from Calumet,
via Chicago, extra interurbans from
Jackson, Grand Rapids and Ann Ar-
bor, and hundreds of automobiles to
bring the visitors out to camp in time'
for a general visit and mess with the
Michigan boys before the meeting in
the auditorium.
Masonic Works Added to Library
Reports from the committee of the
American Library association show
that the $1,000,000 book campaign has
been successful.
Volumes are still being brought in
throughout the country. Chicago re-
ports that 30,000 volumes have been
received by institutions in that city.
Al Jolson sings "Tillie Titwillow"
from Robinson Crusoe, Jr., on Colum-
bia Record No. 2296. Allmendinger
Musio Shop. 122 E. Liberty.-Adv.

Washington, Oct. 15.-That mothers
and relatives may hear the voices of
beloved ones, who are serving with
the United States marines in France,
a Massachusetts woman has suggested
that blank phonograph records be for-
warded to the boys in the trenches.
"Such records would- prove dear to
every household from which a son is
serving; it means tpat even though
he be killed in battle, his voice can
still be heard by those he held most
dear," writes the woman to marine
corps officials, here, who have taken
the matter under consideration.
French is more popular than Ger-
man at the University of Oregon this
year. The reason given is that the
many recruits attending school wish
to get a working knowledge of the
French, language before being called
into service.
Dancing from 9 to 12 every Satur-
day night at Armory.-Adv.
Rae Theatre
Last Time Tonight
THEDA BARA
- in -
The Fox Production
"HEART AND SOUL"
Ask those who saw it yester-
day. Buy a RAE Book and save
money.
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MAJESTIC
EVE. 7:30-9. 200, 25o Soo
MAT.S P.M. 10, and 20o
MON., TUES., AND WED.
Three Days, Com. Oct. 15th
HIPPODROME FOUR-
Presenting
"DINKELSPIEL'S NIGHT SCHOOL"
Fun and Harmony
LOUIS & LEOPOLD
The Merry Men from Songland Ina
Study of their own Song,
Mae & Bell Connelly
In Songs
Original Nelson Family
Sensational Acrobats
W. S. Harvey and
Miss Madge Anderson
In "A Room Upside Down',
THURS., FRI. AND SAT.
Hendrix & Belle Isle in
"THE SOHOOLMASTER"
-4. OTHER ACTS -4:

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AT THE WHITNEY
"Happy" Lou Whitney and her as-
sociate players surprised a large audi-
ence at the Whitney this week, in their
production, "The Net."- Miss Whitney
has opened an indefinite engagement
her in stock, and her company will
present the amusing farce "Hello
Bill,' during the latter half of this
week.
"Flora Belle," the season's musical
comedy success, direct from a run of
six months at the Casino theater, New
York, will be the coming attraction at
the Whitney, Oct. 20. This play sounds
the keynote of something new in mu-
sical comedy. It is entirely different
from the usual thing offered in this
line but is suggestive of "Adele" or
"The Merry Widow." The producer
will present a specially selected cast
of 50 people and the music is unus-
ually tuneful.
Ladies coats relined. Albert Gansle.
217 S. Main St. Upstairs opposite
Mack & Co.-Adv.

MILITARY AUTHORITIES SAY
POISON PLOT EXAGGERATED
Philadelphia, Oct. 16.-Military au-
thorities are convinced that the sus-
pected poison plot case in which Sam-
uel B. Livingood, a Princeton aviation
student is held, has been greatly ex-
aggerated and the general court mar-
tial scheduled for today was indef-
initely postponed. The boy may soon
be released.
"It develops," said Lieut. J. J. Liv-
ingston, the military prosecuting of-
ficial, today, "that Livingood had pur-
chased the poison more than three
years ago and we have little reason to
doubt that he intended to use it for
photographic purposes, as it was con-
tended."
Prof. Scott Translates Russ Poems
Four poems by Nickolay Nekrasov,
translated from the Russian by Pro-
fessor F. N. Scott of the University
rhetoric departmen, appear in the
last number of the Russian Review,
quarterly magazine published in the
interest of Russian literature and art.

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AT THE THEATERS'
YOU CAN GO TO--- \
"Nothing But the Truth," at the'
Garrick.
"Flora Bella", at the Whitney'
Saturday, Oct. 20.
TODAY
Whitney- "Happy" Lou Whit-'
ney and associate players in "The'
Net."

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Orpheum -- Ethel Clayton
"The Woman Beneath," and
0. Henry Story.

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DANCING

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WuerthTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: 5 Cents
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous i
TIues-Wedz6-z7-"Ramona," by Helen
Hunt Jackson. to Reels.
Thur-Fri-z8-t9-Vivian Martin in "Little
= Miss Optimist." Also Keystone
= Comedy.-
-Sat.-20-A. N. Pinero in "Iris." AsoE
C Serial, "Neglected Wife," No. 7.
Sun-Mon-2I-22-Elsie Ferguson in Bar-'=
= bary Sheep." Aso Homes Travels =
and Victor Moore Comedy.
=Tues-Wed-23-24-All Star in "Rasputin=
the Black Monk." Also O'Henrym
E Thur Fri-25-26-Geo. Beban in "Lost in
Transit." Also Keystone Comedy.
OrpheumTheatre 1
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: toc unless otherwise specified,
Matinees 2. 3:30. Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30
=. Saturdays-Sundays--Continuous
Wed-z7-Ethel Clayton in "The Woman.
G Beneath." O'Henry Story.
Thur-z8-Bessie Barriscale in "Wooden
Shoes. Also Triangle Comedy and
= Ford. Evening z~c.=
Fri-zg-Jack Devereau in "The Grafter." =
= Also Triangle Comedy and Ford. =
Sat-2o-M. Fisher in "Little Girls Who
Wouldn't Grow." Also Mutual Trav-
= els and Comedy.
Sun-2z-Jack Gardner in "Men of the
Desert." Also "Do Children Count?"
- Evening rI5c,
Mon 22-Edna.Goodrich in "Rieputa-
tion."' Also Serial, "Lost Express,"
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Wuerth -"Romona," by Helen
Hunt Jackson.
Rae - Theda Bara in "Heart
and Soul." Two reel Hoyt com-
edy.

AT ARMORY
Every Saturday Night

Music by Ike Fisher Jazz Band

Arcade
"Poppy."

- Norma Talmadge in

Tickets at Door

Admission 75c

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WHITNEY
HAPPY LOU
Whitney Stock Co.
2 DAYS*THM:Oct,18
THUR.-FRI.
The Farce Comedy of 1000
Laughs
"fHello Bill"
Thin Ones-Fat Ones
LAUGH
and Grow and Grow
Fat Thin
PMSPUAR10 -20- 25c

WHIT EY

THEATRE SATE H OCT. 20

QUEEN OF THE SEASONS MUSICAL SHOWS
The New York Casino Theatre Brilliant Success

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50 People Entire New York Production Excellent Cast Vocal and
Dancing Artists 20 Delightfully Distinctive Musical Numbers
Really the Best Girl and Music Show the Casino Theatre
Ever Produced

10e MATS . WD.
Week "Within The Law"
21 'The Price She Paid'

Price $.50-.75-1.00-1.50

Seats on Sale

Lewis and Leopold
"Nerry Men from Songland"

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