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December 16, 1916 - Image 4

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Fireplaces and Modern Equip-
nent Add to Appearance
of Lane Hall
dy Lane hall, soon to be oc-
by the Y. M. C. A., is present-
homelike appearance. Only a
al touches here and there are
for completion. For the bene-
he workmen, the great furnace
>asement has been fired, but not
of the coziness and cheer will
Dished, it is said, by the large
es, of which there are three
i floor.
ng into the basement, from the
.e doors underneath the main
e, the visitor walks into a
all that will be used as a smok-
in for students. A fireplace at
of the hall will make this an
ace on a winter afternoon. Off
e hall are rooms where the of-
.d janitor quarters(/will be lo-.
e first floor another great hall,
with a special kind of tile, at-
attention. Leading 'from the
one end is a great reading.
rith a big fireplace. In this
1 sorts of periodicals and pa-
ll be kept. As one walks down
'that runs through the middle
uilding you can see five small
These are to be used for of-.
r student pastors.
e end of the corridor, opposite
ding room, is the bookkeeper's
This will be separated from the
the building by counters and
work. Inside is the specially
safe. Adjoining this office
cabinet rooms and the presi-
econd floor contains an audi-
with a large balcony. Class
nd a dining hall are also situ-
this floor.
uilding will be finished about
of the year.
an supply you with anything
to the wall-paper and paint
C. H. Major & Co. tf

Whitney-"A World

of Pleas-

Orpheum-Bessie Barriscale In
"Plain Jane." Also Triangle
Arcade-Anita Stewart in "The
Combat." Charlie Chaplin in
"Behind the Screen."
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Anita Stewart, "America's daintiest -
actress," will be seen in "The Com- All men who are interested in chess
aqld checkers are urged ,to attend the
bat," at the Arcade this afternoon and last meeting of the Chess club before
evening. This is a society drama but Christmas vacation which will be held
also contains a number of flashes of tonight in the club room in the Natural
the north woods where dog-teams, Science building.
snow squalls, and rough log cabins Checker players are in particular
demand since popularity of chess has
from the center of interest. left them in the minority. There will
These scenes which are intercepted be a short business meeting for mem-
by scenes of milady's dainty boudoir bers and it :s important that all
and various drawing rooms come as a should make a special effort to attend.
direct contrast in the life of the city
man and the man of nature. This Stocks Continue Panicky in New York
production gives Miss Stewart an ex New York, Dec. 1.-The four-day
cellent opportunity of registering on panicky dumping of stock on the stock
the screen in a single picture her ex- exchange which was started on Tues-
traordinary versatilityday by Germany's announcement of
B weesides "The Combat," Charlie peace proposals, saw a new low level
Chaplin will appear in his newest com-'established this afternoon. United
edy "Behind the Screen." States Steel which has felt the force
of the pounding hour after hour since
Enlargements from your negatives the initial upset, was quoted at 1091-8
make most acceptable Xmas gifts and at one time today, a tloss of $20 a share
c$t very little. Co to Lyndon's, 71 from the high record established re-
N. University. eod-Tu cently.

Phi Sigma, honorary biological so-
ciety, initiated the following nine stu-
dents into their organization last
night: Myron C. Becker, '17, Lynne
A. Hoag, med., Clinton A Ludwig,
grad., Frank O. Novy, '17, Paul H.
PIiper, '18M, Ernest Reed, '17, J. Speed
Rogers, grad., Carl E. Roser, '19M, and
Carl P. Russell, grad.
Olivet Alumni to Hold 1917 Reunion
Olivet college alumni will have a re-
union and dinner Jan. 13, 1917. Dr.
W. F. Kane, the new president of 011-
vet, is expected to be one of the
speakers. The time and place will be
announced later in The Daily. Per-
sons desiring further particulars may
call Ruth Hebblewhite, '18, Walter
N. Koelz, grad., or Milton P. Adams,


In what is believed to be the biggest
musical event of the present season,
"A World of Pleasure," the extrava-
ganza from the New York Winter Gar-
den, will be seen at the Whitney
theater today.
Harold Atteridge is the author
of the book an lyrics of the
play; Sigmund Romberg wrote the
music; J. C. Huffman staged it; Jack
Mason put on the dances and Theodore
Kosloff arranged the ballets. The play
is in, two acts and nine huge scenes
which are laid in New York City.
There are over 40 musical numbers
of latest music in "A World of Pleas-
ure." Among the prominent members
of the great cast are such well known
entertainers as William Norris; Con-
roy and Le Maire, Collins and Hart,}
the Courtney Sisters, Wanda Lyon,
Margaret Edwards, Franklin Batie,1
McMahon, Diamond and Chaplow, and
dainty Rosie Quinn.
Manager McIntyre of the Whitney

We can
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paper that room during the
C. H. Major & Co. Phone


Eat Your Sunday Dinner

in "A

World of Pleasure," Whitney



ment of Irving Berlin's musical com-
edy extravaganza, "Watch Your
Step," which charmed theatergoers in
New York for a solid year. This show
which comes to the Whitney Tuesday,
was received with great favor when it
was here last year.
Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H.
Wild Company. Leading merchant


Special Sunday Afternoon Tea




theater announces a return engage- tailors.

State street.






Last Saturday we could not serve all those who wanted to
take advantage of our pants offer. We did not expect that there
would be such a great number of people who realize-as we do-
that an extra pair of pants, made of the same cloth your garment is,
doubles the life of the suit.
We, therefore, decided to give everyone an opportunity-on


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Saturday, Dec.
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The attract-ve I
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woman is not ther
of chance corse
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areful selection A
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ally correct in d(
and made of seli
abrics and "stays'
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epresent the be
:orsetry. They
sigh class in every
ail, and there is r
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urchase for the g
voman who is i
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nd wishes to pres
ier good figure1
or the years to c
Be fitted to aFP
en, and learn
iey are.
rom Three Dollars

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with each suit or overcoat

And please remember that the pair of pants
we give you free is worth and costs $5 so you
can figure that you are getting your suit or
overcoat for only
and let me tell you a WARD made-to-measure
suit for




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is the greatest value that has ever been given.
The suits are made to your order, to your
taste and satisfaction, built_ right here in.Ann
Arbor for YOU and no one else, made of the
finest American and imported Woolens, of which we have the
greatest selection, and made to suit you because we are here to stay,
We have a SIX-YEAR LEASE at 118 E. Huron St., and we want steady repeated trade,
So come in and take advantage of our great offer because you will have to pay higher prices for
the same suits later.

All Metro Features Have First
Run at The Arcade Theatre,

For Sale by

Ward 's

Klassy Kut Klothes
118 E. HURON ST.


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