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ALK-OVER'S for WOMEN
Styles in demand for Winter Tramping

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719 N. Vniversity

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

Just

Reciyed

is popnlar Pattern Pictured
nes in Black and Brown
f skin and blackkid skin.
bber or leather soles.
Priced $4.50 to $7.00

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Kodaks
acid
Su~pplies

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TUST ARRIVED'
ew lot of Silver Pumps

H OFFSTETTER'S
Walk - Over Boot Shop
115 S. Main St.

SENIORS
Sit early for your ",Miclilganensian"

GERMNS CAPTURE BIG
Central Allied Forces Remove Danger-
ous Salient Position of
Roumanians
Berlin, Nov. 8. -By the conquest of
Cabucek position which had been a
strong rendevous of the Roumanians,'
the German forces have removed the
last dangerous salient which jutted
from the Roumanian line in the Pre-
deal sector. The place captured is
a fortress situated near Predeal vil-
lage, and from its height of 1,303
meters, dominates the pass road as
well as the villages of Azuga. In tak-
ing the place the Austro-Germans cap-
tured eight cannon, 20 machine guns,
and 4,700 prisoners.
Berlin, Nov.8.-The war office state-
ment today admitted French and Brit-
ish claims of yesterday that the en-
tente allies had captured the village
of Ablaincourt and mentioned count-
er-attacks delivered against these
places last night without success.

oxar-anteed
Amateur
Finishingi
Mat. GA R R IC Kweekof
Wed. & sat. Nov. 6
DETROIT
"A KING OF NOWHERE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30

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Picture at

MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway

A New Supply
of Laundry Boxes

ioc UnlessOtherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Tues.-7-Thomas Dixon's "The Fall
I of a Nation." Mat. 25C. Eve. 35c.
Wed.-8-Alice Brady in "The Gilded
Cage"; Mutt & Jeff Cartoon. i5c.
Thu-q-iliaSim Farum& NlShip-
man in ''Fires of Conscience."~
Fri..io-Lionel Barrymore in "The Brand
of Cowardice" and Drew comedy.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45:
8:i5, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Thurs.-Fri.-q-Io-Mae Murray in "The
Big Sister." Also Bray Cartoons.
Sat.-Ix-Bessie Barriscale in"Home."Also
Triangle Comedy, Fay Tincher in
"The French Milliner." Eve.2i5c.
Sun.-Mon.-12-13-Louise Huff In "The
Reward of Patience." Also Holmes
ITravels.

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right here in our store. This enables us to give you individual service

New York,

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Hade
to
Meatsure
$1?,00 Up

619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor, -

WARD'S
Klassy-Kut-Klothes Shop
118 E. Huron

Made
to
Measure
$17.00 Up

Mich.

West Point, N. Y.
Princeton, N. J.
No rthampton, Mass.
Hanover, N. N.

erfect Portraitures-
usurpassed accommodations for
group photographs

Lafayette, Ind.

ALWAYS A 6000SHOW
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"THE LUCK

OF TOTED"

DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN
CANDIDATES CONTINUE TO
COMPETE FOR PRESIDENCY
(Continued from Page One.)
President's managers are regarding
the election as already won. A band
was hired, Secretary McAdoo distri-
buted brand new dimes as souvenirs,
and an impromptu parade passed Re-
publican headquarters to jeer at their
opponents, was carried out gleefully.
At 2 o'clock Senator Hollis, of New
Hampshire, informed Chairman Mc-
Cormick from Burlington that com-
plete returns from that state give it to
Wilson by 350 majority. The Repub-
licans were conceding nothing, and
sticking fast to their claim of Hughes'
election.
In the meantime President Wilson
and Governor Hughes were receiving
returns from their personal advisers.
Hughes was closeted in his New York
hotel; President Wilson at Shadow
Lawn was in communication with
Tumulty frequently in the morning
but in the afternoon upon reas-
uring reports from his secretary
the President went out for a game
of golf. Mrs. Wilson went with
him. Mrs. Hughes was at her hus-
band's side in New York.
Asbury Park, N. J., Nov. 8.-United
States Senator Chilton this afternoon
wired the President from West Virgin-
ia that the state had gone for Wilson.
"I did not want to wire until I was
sure," the message reads. "We have
the state and will guard it."
When the message was handed to
Secretary Tumulty he immediately!
called the president on the phone and
read him the message. They discuss-
ed the situation at length and finally
both agreed the President's re-elec-
tion appears assured in light of the
vote trend in California, Minnesota,
Oregon and New Mexico.
Fargo, N. D., Nov 8.-One thousand,
one hudred and fifty-one precincts out
of 1,859, give Hughes 33,339, Wilson
22,512. German districts in the south-
west section of North Dakota are com-
ing in strong for Hughes late this aft-

What we
do to Hats
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carryaa big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Car. Packard and State
ernoon, overturning Wilson's previous
lead of 1,000.
Clarksburg, W. Va., Nov. 8.-Virgil
Highland, Republican national commit-
teeman in charge of Republican head-
quarters here declared West Virginia
would go for Hughes by 8,000 to 10,000
majority. Democrats refused to con-
cede this.
Fargo, N. l)., Nov. 8.-Democratic
Chairman McLean - this afternoon
claimed North Dakota Democratic by
5,000 while Republican Chairman
Lemke of the Republican committee
says it is Republican by a narrow mar-
gin.
Baltimore, Nov. 8.-Practically com-
plete returns in Maryland give Wil-
son a majority of about 10,000. Dr.
Joseph I. France, Republican, has been
elected to the United States Senate
over David J. Lewis, Democrat.
New York, Nov. 8.-According to a
report reaching Democratic headquart-
ers late this afternoon, George W.
Perkins has conceded California to
Wilson on the basis of his own pri-
vate tabulation of election figures.
San Francisco, Nov. 8.-At 1:45
this afternoon tabulation by the United
Press of returns from 3,627 precincts
out of 5,870 in California showed Wil-
son leading Hughes by 9,744 votes.
The totals were Hughes 274,407, Wil-
son 284,151. These figures including
Alameda county complete, which gave
Hughes a plurality of 7,222 and the
greater part of San Francisco county

which showed a plurality for Wilson
of nearly 12,000.
Milwaukee, Nov. 8.--Conplete re-
turns show that former Congressman
Victor L. Berger and State Senator W.
R. Gaylord, Socialist congressional
candidates in the fifth and fourth dis-
tricts respectively have been defeated.
Socialists concede the election of Staf-
ford and Cary.
Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. 8.-Woman
suffrage as a state issue is believed
to have been swept into South .Dakota
with the state wide prohibition and a
Republican ticket. The Republican
ticket seems about 12,000 to the good
with prohibition 20,000 strong.
WHAT'S GOING ONJ
Today
3:15 o'clock-Tryouts for Oratorical
association play, auditorium of U-hall.
5.:15 o'clock-Colorado club dinner
at the Union.
7 o'clock-Mandolin club Tehearsal,
U-hall auditorium.
7:30 o'clock-Cornell send-off mass
meeting, Hill auditorium.
7:30 o'clock-Canadian club smoker
at Union.
Tomorrow
8 o'clock-Ernest Sttinton lectures
in natural science build'ing auditorium.
8 o'clock-Thomas A. E. W'eadock
addresses Catholic sty dent smokier at
St. Thomas hall.
U-Notices
Because of the crnfliction with the
mass meeting, the, Upper Peninsula
club smoker has been postponed until
Monday, Nov. 13.
Junior engineers will play the senior
engineers this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Everybody out!
The meeting of the Catholic stu-
dents at the St. Thoi as hall scheduled
for tonight, has been postponed in-
definitely owing to the send-off ar-
rangements.

The Whitney
TONIGHT

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A MUSICAL PLAY OF ALASKA
VA NEHAMPTON
&SHRINER
"ALIWBONO"
Fox & Ingram
Alfred Farrel
EXTRA ADDED FEATURE
JACK &MARY
FROM MOVIES TO VAUDEVILLE
USUAL PRICES
MATS 10-15c
NIGHTSi15c-21c-30
REMEMBER:---MILKMAN'S MATINEE
SATURDAY MORNING---NOV. 18 AT
10:30 O'CLOCK---FULL PERFOR-
MANCE. BIG IRLS SHOW. NO
PERFORMANCE IN AFTERNOON;
SEATS READY WEDNESDAY.
"THE KEMPF MUSIC STUDIOS"
Piano, voice, pipe organ. 312 South
Division street. 'Phone 212-J. Leave
orders for fine piano tuning.
If your window shades need renew-
jug call 237, C. H. Major & Co. 5-16

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America's Greatest Star
1
GLOW A
Presented~by George Kleine
$ spidal arrangummnt with R Zisjfd. .
1u parted by HENRY KOLKEL.
4 MOTION PICTuRE NOVEL BY XP1i MRS
RUPE aT HUGHES
"Hidden Fires"
CHAPTER SIX OF
GLORIA'S ROMANCE
Another new chapter
of George Kleine's mas-
terpiece, Gloria's Romance,
featuring the star supreme, Miss
Billie Burke.
In this new chapter
winsome Billie as Gloria,
is seen in a new mood. The
hidden fires of love have burst
into flame in her young heart
and she dreams of-but see the
pictures.
You will enjoy every
moment of "Hidden
Fires." Billie Burke is irresist-
ibly appealing in this new chap-
ter. See "Hidden Fires" with
a complete synopsis of previous
chapters, at
ARCADE
THEATRE

The largess farce seen in years
Direct from the F~l'ton Theatre
New York, with an excellent
cast headed by
CRACE MERRITT And
DON MACMILLAN
The same Company and Pro-
duction that plays all the larger
cities.
PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Boxes $1.50
Two Killed by Prentatire Explosion
Washington, Nov. 8.-Lieutenants
Luther Welsh and C. K. Bronson were
killed at the Indian Hlead testing
ground today by the premature explos-
ion of an aeroplane bomb. The officers
were dropping bombs from the aero-
plane tests when one of them exploded
directly beneath the machine.
G. S. Lasher Returns to Class Work
G. S. Lasher, instructor of rhetoric,
returned to his class room work Wed-
nesday after having been away on ac-
count of the illness and subsequent
deathof his mother, Mrs. Mary Starr
Lasher, of Plainwell, Mich.
Detroit Men Seek Factory Site in City
Six men, representing a tractor com-
pany of Detroit, are in the city to
ascertain the facilities here for a fac-
tory site. They arrived yesterday aft-
ernoon.

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FRIDAY NIGHT

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'THAT SAME BIG MVSIC"
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TICKETS AT BUSY BEE

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We set glass. C. H. Major & Co. 5-16
Our alarm clocks are good clocks.
C7hapman, jeweler, 113 South Main
treet., tues-ead
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. 18-tf
BOXING.
Private lessons. Work will start im-
mediately. See instructor at Dr. May's
office, Waterman gymnasium, for
terms, etc. 0. S. Westerman. tf.

HOLD TRIAL FOR MEN WHO HELD
UP JOHN HUSTON 'LAST SUNDAY
The trial of the three men who are
alleged to have held up John Huston
last Sunday and taken $220 from him
was delayed yesterday and will be
held at - 10 o'clock this morning in
Justice William G. Doty's court. The
men were said to have been celebrat-
ing a pre-election keg party. They are:
all local citizens.

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