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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ARCADE
THEATRE

The firs
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oThan The Dust"'
Sofher own productions
- - - - Children 10c

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Tuesday
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Dec. 4-5-6

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Majestle-Bryant Washburn and
Marguerite Clayton in "The
Prince of Graustark."
Orpheum-Marie Doro in "The
Dash." Also Holmes Travels.
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AT THE WHITNEY.
"The Only Girl," the musical com-
edy success by Victor Herbert and
Henry Blossom, which qualified as a
fine example of musical comedy when
given here last year, will be seen in a
return engagement on Saturday,
Dec. 9.
The success of "The Only Girl" also
proves that Victor Herbert is the most
versatile of American light opera com-
posers. The character of his musical
genius is also more than ever evi-
denced in this work, there being in
every number a striking originality in
melody and treatment.
Like his associate, Henry Blossom
has also put some of his best work into
"The Only Girl," with the result that
the combination of Herbert's melody
and Blossom's delightful story com-
pletes a rare treat in a musical com-
edy.
AT THE MAJESTIC.
In a varied bill beginning Monday
night, "The Letter from Home," played
by Thomas P. Jackson and company,
promises to be the headliner. The
story depicts in absolute fidelity an in-
cident in the life of a young man. It
is a homely offering and its moral is
excellent.
Kate Watson is known as the "Hoos-
ier Girl" and her make-up reminds one
of Sis Hopkins. She has a large as-
sortment of droll remarks and some
squeaky songs. Her monologue ma-
terial is good and she has a decidedly
original manner of telling her stories.
A lively, melange of comedy stunts
intermingled with harmony singing se-
lections constitutes the act of the
Mimic Four. Two men and two women
take part in this entertainment, which
TWO DAYS UNTIL
IICHIGANENSIAN SUBSCRIPTION
CAMPAIGN. SAVE 50 CENTS

scores equally big in both the singing
and the laughter department.-
Bernivici brothers will delight the
lavers of music and romance. They
have a special Venician set and they
introduce violin duets and solos. With
special and elaborate scenery they
glide along in gondolas singing and
playing much to the delight of the
audience.
As a special attraction, interesting
and instructive to the kiddies, Merian's
Swiss canine actors will be on the bill.
They introduce a comedy play, "The
Territorials Quartered." These dogs
do everything but talk.
"The Prince of Graustark" will be
the attraction today at 1:30, 3, 7, and
8:30 o'clock. Bryant Washburn and
Marguerite Clayton will play the lead-
ing roles. "The Prince of Graustark"
deals with the activities of Prince Rob-
in, son of the characters in the original
"Graustark." The son of an Ameri-
can father, the burdens of his country
rest lightly upon his shoulders and
u hen his nation needs a huge loan
he comes to America and floats it
without difficulty. Incidentally, he
wins a bride, but only after a series
of romantic events.
AT THE ARCADE.
Mary Pickford will be seen at the
Arcade for three days, beginning to-
morrow, in her new play, "Less Than
the Dust." This is the first feature
in which Miss Pickford has appeared
since forming her own company. She
has the role of a little castaway of
TWO DAYS UNTIL
MICIIIGANENSIAN SUBSCRIPTN
CAMPAIGN. SAVE 5) CENITS

E:nglsh irth who has been reared
among natives of the lowest caste of
India.
rTe story is full of dramatic force
a,', Piciord's part is a blending
of the i ifal comedy, winsomeness,
ami innocence that give her portrayals
5Ueh en Oa)pealing, girlish charm.
Thro an of the changing scenes
tcre is a hrma love story of which
te asway and a dashing
yon r ar the central figures.

of the National Council of Teachers
of English.
1'rofessor Scott insisted that 'dawg'
is just as good a pronunciation as
"dog." Uniformity is not important,
lie declared, but speech should be sin-
cere and show culture.
"The beautiful dialect of the south-
erner does not need to be defended,"
said Professor Scott. "New England,
formerly supposed to govern in the
choice of dialect, no longer holds that
honor. I have noticed that the most
cultivated New Englander, when he
warms up, pronounces his 'r' just as
aistinetly as his 'p' and q.'
"We must cultivate the poised, in-
telligent, sincere personality and the
voice which will fitly express that
personality."
[iglting Will Keep Troops at Border
The situation at Chihuahua City
probably will halt plans for returning
more militia regiments to their homes.

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Good as

Big Demand Increases Fuel Oil Prices past month advanced the prices of fuel
Oil City, Pa., Dec. 2.-Northwestern oil from 3' cents to 5 cents a gal-
Pennsylvania refineries have in the Ilon.
Your Christmas Shoppin~g
Made A Plaure
when you choose your gifts from our inntense stock of Jewelry,
Silverware, Diamonds and Gift Things.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS

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Lok of uniformity in American
speech does not prove that it is in-
ferior to that o ingland, is the opin-
ion of Prof. Frco N. Scott, of the rhet-
orie dcepartient, who spoke yesterday
at the annual convention at New York

Watches
Bracelet Watches
Platinum Brooches
Platinum Dinner Rings
Platinum LaVallieres
Pendants and Chains
Gold Lockets
Bar Pins
Cameo Rings
Cameo Brooches
Scarf Pius
University Jewelry
Souvenir Spoons
Lorgnettes

Cut Glass
Flower vases
Silverware
Sheffield Silver
Leather Goods
Frss Goods
Reading Lamps
Sterling Silver
Umbrellas
Cli a
hall Clocks
'hime Clocks
Mahogauy Clocks
tesk Clocks

FOR CHRISTMAS

You will find that a
Martha Washington Sewing Machine
is a gift worth while. It is Correct in design, and of solid
Mahogany. The top drawer is devided into compartments
for spools, etc. A very Acceptable gift. Stop in and see it

A COMPLETE LINE OF IVORY TOILET WARE
There is a distinctiveness about our goods because of the expert-
ness given in the buying goods of quality. We offer for your inspection
the best and most varied line. We recounnend early selections.
ARNOLD & CO.
JEWELERS
220 S. Main St.

MARTIN HAL LER
112-122 E. Liberty St.
Rugs

Furniture

Draperies

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At Wholesia l- Prices to
FRATE ITIES
Buying power does it.
BUTTER and EGGS at lowest prices
Peanut Butter, BakIug Powder, Tea
Spices, Canned Goods, Fruits
MICHIGAN COFFEE ROASTE R
111 F. WashiDgton St. Phone 46

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The Maker's

Hands

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Should be Busy Now
With Your

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Arbor's Greatest

Holiday

C d lot ing

Gift Sh rpG
Invites You To See Our Popular Priced Christmas Gifts

Universal Electric Grill broils, fries,
bakes, and toasts right at the table.
Toasters, Sad Irons, Coffee Machines,
Stoves, Chafing Dishes, Egg Boilers,
and Curling Irons.

Practical Suggestions

Traveling Sets
Parson Mahogany Nut Bowls
Pullman Slippers
Collar Bags
Manicure Sets
Traveling Cups
Thermos Bottles
Gillette Razors
Carving Sets
Flash Lights
Lee and Roller Skates
1 iimidors

S aiokhng Stands
Aah Receivers
TobacC) Jars
Cigarette Boxes
Book Ends, bronze and
-wood, decorated
Desk Sets
Jardinieres
Srurb Trays
Dinner Gongs
Memo Pads
Black Cat Door Stops

We are Making Up
Fine Dress - Suits
And Overcoats at
Prices That Please

In Our Toyla.d

Stuffed Animals of all sorts.

Erectors, Sleds, and friction Toys

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