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THE MICHIGAN DAILY s'

THE PAPERS SAY
WING TOTHE SCARCITY OF DYES AND THE EM-
ARGO ON WOOL, THERE IS GOING TO BE A SHOR'[-
AGE OF GOOD WOO .ENS FOR MEN'S CLO ' HES.
This is true, BUT our shwing for Fall and Winter
does not evidence it. We have the bust assortmentf of
all wool fabrics for men's Suits and Overcoats that we
have ever displayed and at prices wit in reach 4f all.
Our $25.00 line will be a pleasant surprise to you.
What is even more vitil to you is that in this entire
line of ver five hu dred ,weaves there is nothing but
all-wool fabrics. Th se, when hand tailored to your
individual measure, wil give you Ioo cen s value for
e ery dollar xpendrd

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7.19 N. Vniveralty

THE ONE PHOTOGRAPHER
Who delivers the Goods and has
been drliveiing them for 12 years
right here among Michigan Students

Sheena's

NEW MANAGEMENT

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Amnateur I
Fi nishfi gI

TEXT BOOKS and SUPPLIES.

FOR ALL

COURSES

J.
o4 E. Liberty St.

K. MALC OLM
Malcolm Block
Phone 1713-M

mam mean

POP. MATS.
WEDNESDAY
soc to $1.50

ARRICK
D ET R O IT

WEEK OCT. 23
NIGHTS 50c-7Sc-
1i.50 and $2

SUNDAY SERVICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHESi
First Congregational Church.
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas preaches at
10:30 o'clock on the subject, "Red,~
White, and Green." s ,
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Bishop Theodore S. Henderson
preaches at the morning service at
10:30 o'clock.
Unitarian Church.
"True Manly- Dependence" is the
subject of the address given by Rev.
R. S. Loring at 10:30 o'clock.
Church of Christ (Disciples).
Mr. Knep per will preach at 10:30
o'clock on the subject, "At the Bar, an
Indictment of the Saloon."
First Baptist Church.
John Mason Wells will preach on
"Friendship."
First Church of Christ Scientist.
Subject of the morning service at.
10:30 o'clock will be "Probation After
Death."
Bethlehem Evangelical Church.
German service at 10 o'clock, G. A.
Neumann, pastor.

ARCADE
Shows at 3:oo: 6:,o 8:oo: 9:30

Real Values in Second-Hand Books

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ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Sat.-21-Orrin Johnson in "The Light at
Dusk." Children's, Matinee, 4:30;
"Sammy's Failure as a Cycling Tu-
tor." "ILttIe German Band." "Laugh-
ing Billy."
Mon .-23Rdiih Story and Antonio Mar.
eno in "The Tarantula"; Go dberg Car-
tooni
rue -24-Walter Law &Valkyrien in "The
Unwelcome Mother"; Mutt & Jeff
Cartoon.

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I. P. NOTE BOOKS
FOUNTAIN PEN S
DRAWING INSTRUMEINTS
EVERY STUDENT NECESSITY
SHE E E-HaAN,'Is
C. W. GRAHAM, Mngr.

8 Different, Complete and Elaborate Productions by the

San Carlo

Grand Opera Co.
Largest Trave lg Operatic Organization in
America with twenty distinguished F wo-
pean and American Operatic Singer.
- and Grand Opera Orchestra
Large and Brilliant Chorus--Sumptuous Scenery and Costuming
AN 'INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTION
Monday .....................AIDA Thursday...........LA GIOCONDA
Tuesday ...............RIGOLETTO
Wed. Mat.............Friday .............. LOHENGRIN
Wed. Eve ........Cavalleria Rusticana Sat. Mat..... .........MARTHA
and Pagliacci Sat. Eve .........IL TROVATORE
NOTE:-The San Carlo is the Only Organization to Produce Grand Opera Upon
a Metropolitan Scale of Ex .lknre at Popular Prices.

Orpheum Theatre
Matin es, 2:00-3:3 : Evening. 6:45,
8:r5. 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Sun .Mon -22-23-Owenm oore and Marg.
uerite Courtot in "Rolling Stones."
Also Holmes Travels.
Ttues.-24Norma Talnmadge in "The
IDevtl's Needle." Also Triangle Co-
mnedy, Gloria Swanson in "The Danger
Girl." Eve. x~c
Wed.-25-Mary Pickford in "The Girl of
Yesterday." Rebooked.
PHONE
1321 or 170-M
FOR FLOWERS
A full line of plant and
cut flower basicets

IWhitney Theatre, Tonight I

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VILLA BEATS CARRANZISTAS Goodhew Floral Co.
II25 E. Liberty Darling Bldg.

TALENT FOR

UU NC +R Lucile Johnston, of Boston, who is a
'0J [RTharpist of dstinction, has been placed
in charge of the harp department, and
lty Members Mrs. Anna Schram-Imig mezzo-so-

wo School of Music Facu

To Miko First Appearance
he next twilight recital given un-
the auspices of the University
ool of Music complimentary to the
eral public will take place in Hill
itorium at 4:15 o'clock, Wednesday
rmoon.
he program will mark the initial+
earance of two new members of
School of Music faculty. Miss

-L . c I& 17IL1 LlLL , 1illV a ^
prano, of the vocal department, will
be heard in two groups. Samuel P.
Lockwood, head of the violin depart-
went, will giLe a violin selection.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
304 South Main Street.
For all the latest in fancy work,
crochets cottons, and flosses. Also the
choicest in china and brick-a-brac for
gifts and prizes.

Pancho Executes Retreat While Sala-
zar Makes Flank Attack
El Paso, Tex., Oct. 21.-By execut-
ing a sane retreat while General Sala-
zar with several hundred men flanked
the Mexican de facto troops, Pancho
Villa inflicted a crushing defeat upon
Carranzista forces in a battle 20 miles
outside of Chihuahua City yesterday.
Employees of American mining com-
panies who had started for the mining
properties, fled back into Chihuahua
City today with reports of the Car-
ranzista defeat. The remnants of the
Carranzista forces are straggling back
to the Chihuahua capital tonight. Car-
ranza officers at Juarez today declared
that they had no further details, but
claim that the battle was a victory
for the Carranzistas.
Claims Every Girl Can Be Beautiful
Akron, 0., Oct. 21.-Miss Mary
Steeds, physical director at Akron uni-
versity, says that any girl may be
beautiful if she will substitute dumb
bells for the powder puff.
Smith, Fireman, Commits Suicide
Charles Smith, a fireman at the
White Swan laundry, committed sui-
cide after dinner Saturday by shoot-
ing himself through the head.

NOTED PASTOR SPEAKS TONIGHT
(Continued from Page One.)
reputation he bears. Dr. Crothers has
written voluminously, mostly essays
and reviews. His wit is keen, pungent,
subtle, and kindly.
The last time Dr. Crothers appeared
at the University of Michigan, two
years ago, he addressed the Phi Beta
Kappa society. Sunday evening will
be the first time the student body of
the University will have had an op-
porunity to hear him in a public ad-
dress.
It is understood that the city
churches are to close on Sunday even-
ing and unite in this service, which
will be presided over by Dean John R.
Effinger and participated in by, local
clergymen. Earl Moore gill be the
organist and Robert R. Dieterle, '18,
will sing.
If you were in the Rush you can find
your face in Lyndon's pictures. 16
good ones. 719 N. University Ave. 22

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The Same Great Cast and Production Recently Presented
at the Garrick Theatre, Detroit
PRICES - - 5oc, 75C, $1.00,$1.50

FAIN

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WHAPS GOING ON

LISIBLTY AT 6061

D. E. GRENNAN

Today.
3:00 o'clock - William Jennings
Byran at Weinberg's coliseum.
7:00 o'clock-Union church services,
Hill auditorium.-
Tomorrow.;
10:00 o'clock-Billy Sunday speaks,
Weinberg's coliseum.
4:00 o'clock -Deutscher Verein
wienie roast, Palmer field. In case
of rain at 216 North State street.
U-Notices.R
Men who expect to act as ushers at
Billy Sunday meeting, meet at 1 p. m.I
today at Weinberg's coliseum to usher
for the Bryan meeting.
St. Joseph's auxiliary gives chocol-c
atiere at Mrs. B. F. Schumacher's, 934

Olivia avenue, Oct. 25, from 3 to 6
o'clock. Benefit of free bed in St.
Joseph's sanitorium.
Boost Milk Prices in Eastern States
Pittsburg, Pa. Oct. 21.-Milk prices
are being advanced in many of the
smaller cities of western Pennsylvania,
eastern Ohio, and' West Virginia after
an increase in prices by the farmers
who market their milk- in Pittsburg.
Prices ranging from nine to 12 cents
will prevail.
Your head either deserves or needs
a good covering. DAVIS hats are
guaranteed a year. Davis, at 119
Main. oct.20-22
Victor Victrotas ana complete stock
of Records at Schaeberle & Son's, 110,
South Main str-et. oct3tf

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met Tailoring
Riding
BERTY AT 606 Breeches

Golf
Knickers

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I Call 600 for extrt typewriting.

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THIS IS THE BIGGEST, BEST
AN J M GST EXPENSIVE VAUDE-
VILLE BILL EVER PLAYED IN
ANN ARBOR.

TO ND AY

(SUNDAY)

TU HG PISTS

THF HIGH PRIESTESS
OF MYSTICISM
EVA
FAY ?
ANISWERS YOUR MENTAL j
QUESTIONS
DOES SHE LOVE ME
WH N WILL I MARRY
IS MY SWEETREART TRUE

AMERICA'S FORE-I AT LAST AN ACr

RETURN OF THEISOMETHIING YOU

MOST JUVENILE
ENTERTAINER

FOR THE FARMERS

FAVORITES

ALL WANT TO SEF

MARY
MILES
MINTER

ALLFIAN

MASON

MARIE

BABY
HELEN

AND

AND

GENARO

LOADER

MU RRAY

THE

IN TH- RURAL
COMEDY

THE YOU THEUL

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IN A SINGING AND I FLEXIBLE

THE GR EAT PAOTO
PLAY STAR IN
tNEOUTHS
ENDEARING

FRIZINI IN A

REPER-

TALKING ABSURDITY

TOIRE OF

SONGS

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"ON T HE

VENUS

CALLED.

ARE YOU IN BOUBT
DO Y OU NEED ADVICE

PERSONATIONS A N D
STORIES.

FAR ,"

IN WONDERFUL

LIVE CHICKENS, PIGS
AND OTH ER ANIVIAL

"GETTING HIS

FEATS OF

ASK EVA FAY

SHE IS

A

BIG STAR

GOAT"

CONTORTION

WOMEN ADMIRTED. ALL SEATS WILL BE RE-
SPE -L DE MATINEE W ED. SERVED. ORDER AT ONCE. DON'T MISS IT.

CHARM"
ALL SEATS

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