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January 25, 1917 - Image 4

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n of the congested traffic at the
esent time. Prof. H. E. Riggs, of
engineering college, is chairman of
committee.
Prof. F.. N. Scott, of the rhetoric
partment, will have charge of the lit-
ary program of the 1917 Ann Arbor
autauqua, to be held this summer.
e seven weeks of the course will be
ided into literary, civic, educational,
t and women's club sections. The
tures are to be given in the high
hoof building.
Prof. W. L. Schurz of the history de-
rtment, gave an illustrated talk on
e Latin-American countries, to the
embers of the Women's club at their
eeting last Monday. Florence Pad-
ck, '17, gave a few songs.

Mr. C. H. Ligon, of Jackson, hus-
band of Mrs. Jessie Ligon, who died
on a Michigan -Central train between
this city and Ypsilanti last Tuesday,
was in Ann Arbor yesterday to make
arrangements for the taking of the
body of his wife to Richmond, Va.
Italian , eneral Lost on Warship
Rome, Jan. 23.-Lieut. Gen. Bandini,
commander of the Italian-Albanian ex-
peditionary forces, was among those
lost on the battleship Regina Marg-
herita, the sinking of which by a
mine was but recently confirmed.
February's new records are now on
sale at Allmendinger's Music Shop.
122 E. Liberty St. 20-tf
O. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
S. State. 'Phone 1718-J. tues-eod

The Cutting Cafe

Will serve Sunday Evening Luncheon
from 5:30 to 6:30, beginning
January 2 8th.
Board $4 and $5 per week
Special rates if paid three weeks
in advance.

PHONE 1736-M

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GARL MUCK, CONDUCTOR B OSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

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usual Orchestra
pears Tomorrow
Symphony to Render Difficult
Program in 11111 Audi-
torium
n the Boston Symphony orches-
onducted by Doctor Karl Muck
its appearance in Hill auditor-
t 8 o'clock tomorrow evening,
rbor music lovers will have the
unity of hearing one of *the
s greatest musical organizations.
orchestra, which is considered
the finest of its kind in Amer-
oisists of 100 musicians, all of
are artists in their own parti-
line.
only is the organization dis-
shed, but the program to be
is an exceptionally well chosen
,nd should make a pleasing im-.
on. The program is as follows:
umann, Symphony in E flat ma-
Rhenish."
hms, "Academic Festival,' over-
t, Suite, "L'Arlesienne" No. 1.
fner, Overture to "Tannhauser."

and dialogues from the great nove
These have been arranged in a pre
logue and three acts with a sceni
environment in keeping with tlh
period.
Mr. Drew is a disciple of the moder
school of acting but the characterc
the scheming and courageous old ma
jor is a departure for him. He ha
grasped the possibilities of the par
however, and it will probably be adde
to the list of his notable successes.

AT THE MAJESTIC

"The Girl in the Gown Shop" which
leads the bill at the Majestic tonight,
is composed'of girls, music, and pretty
clotheg. Six chorus girls and three
principals, including Victor Kahn, are
shown in the interior of a fashionable
dressmaking establishment.
A comedy sketch called "Adam
Killjoy" is put on by Henry Holman
and company, and C. Francis Reisner,
of Keystone picture fame, gives a
hearty fun fest. Browning and Dean,
dispensers of laughable comedy, have
a little offering called "The Minstrel-
man and the Wise Man." A varied con-
certina program, ranging from Il
Trovatore to ragtime will be given by
Permaine.

THE THEATER

TODAY
-Vaudeville.

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Full Dress Vests

D. & B. White Gloves
Dress Ties and Collars

Be Sure Your J-Hop
Clothes are Correct

Just received for the occasion,
full, fresh stocks of

Hart Schaffner & Marx
Dress Suits

WE RENT DRESS SUITS

Knox Silk Hats

Prof. G. W. Dowrle, of the politic
economy department, will discuss ti
federal loan associations that are soc

A Hart Schaffner and Marx Dress Suit will
enable you to feel at home in any company

Manhattan and MacHardle
Dress Shirts

REL COLNIELCO.

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- Cleo Jiddgley an
eid in "The Yell91
Also Bray Cartoon

de-Gladys Coburn in "TI
ttle of Life."
AT * TW .T* * * S
AT THE WHITNEY.

to be established in the United States,
at the meeting of the Horticultural so-
ciety, to be held at 2 o'clock next
Saturday afternoon. Prof. J. R. Rood,
of the law school, will talk on "The
Clearing House as a Solution to Pro-
blems of Co-operation" and Mr. George
English, of Chelsea, vice-president of
the society, it to give an account of
the latest ideas in spraying and or-
chard management. The organization
has a membership of 65 at the present
time. It is composed of various per-
sons of Washtenaw county who are in-
terested in the study of horticulture.

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200-202 Main Street

D. Williams will present the
r actor, Mr. John Drew, in
on Mitchell's latest dramatiza-
f a Thackeray novel, "Major
nis," at the Whitney theater,
evening, Feb. 2. The worldly
and his nephew, Arthur, are the
. figures and the period is about
The play has no problem but
me is a natural one, which re-
intelligent interpretation. The
s a good supporting company of
town players which should do
to the carefully chosen scenes

Mr. L. 1). Heusner, passenger agent
of the Michigan Central railroad, spoke
to the members of the transportation
committee of the Ann Arbor Civic as-
sociation, at their meeting yesterday
afternoon in the association's rooms.
He stated that the cause of the delays
in the service of the road, concerning
which so many complaints have been
heard, was due to the general condi-

How Does
Your Overcoat Look?
If you have worn your overcoat for several seasons, now
is the time to replace it. You can find no better place to buy
than right here. We have a fine line of overcoats for you
to select. We have reduced the price 25 percent on every
overcoat that we have in the house. At the low price at
lwhich we offer you can afford to btry now.
There Will he Plentv lf

For J-HOP Time
I have engaged a specialist in Hair Dressing and Marcel
ing from Detroit to assist me at J-Hop time.
Appointments may be made NOW.

'elephone

MRS. T. L. STODDARD
296-j. 707 N. University
Manicuring for Ladies and Gentlemen

ID=WINTE SALE

Of

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. CnldWeither Yet

Bostonian and Florsheim Footwear

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It will be a long tim
er. If you need a new
can do is to purchase on
$25 Coats for $18.
$20 Coats for $15.
$15.00
It will be worth yo
over. You will find bi
tary lines, distinctly be
box-backs, utility coats

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With shoe prices soaring, and many styles costing more today
at wholesale than we are asking at retail, it would be folly to
reduce the prices of a single pair except that we are badly
overstocked on dome lines; and with spring shipments soon due
to arrive we must reduce our present stock..

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e before you can expect warm weath-
coat the most sensible thing that you
ie at the low prices at which we offer.
75 $22.50 Coats for$16.88
00 $18.00 Coats for $13.50
Coats for $11.25
ur time to come in and look them
g, burly ulsters with the new mili-
lted effects, Chesterfields, Raglans,
s and dress coats.
treet

CAMPUS BOOTERY

308 So.
State St.

N.F. Ailci
211 South Main S

ALLMAND

& FORSYTHE

2155o.
Main, St.

P. S.-By buying at this sale will enable you to save from
$1.00 to $2.00 per pair on your spring footwear for without a
doubt prices are going much higher.

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