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May 10, 1917 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDA,

U. S. ARMY SHOES

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TAKE YOUR
Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer
who has an established reputation and you will be assured of
Results that will not be a disappointment.
L Y N D 0 N ' S 719 N. University Ave

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SPECIAL

SALE

For. Drilling

Regulation Munson Armay Last
Approved Government Inspection

ON

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Established 1905, and
Growing bigger and better every day.

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SLIGHTLY

Our Price $6.50
Save you $1.00

Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. Main St.

We have unsurpassed ,accomo'ifltiofls for group photographs
MAIN STUDIOS
15 46-48 Broadway New York, N.Y
Peafect Portraitures
.,Amateur Work Handled in a Po
km-fesoalWy

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619 H. Liberty St.

PHO~tr 948-W

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IO0KSMA HNG--ELECTRIC REPAIRING
HIGHEST QUALITY
William W. Behringer
11 NICKE LS ARCADE

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NOTICE
FACTOY HAT STORE
(Formerly on Huron St.)
Now at 6171 rac ardl
Sells Hats at Factory Prices
all the year around

$3.00 ~)f
values upai0

$400$
values

- -values $3,50

Every Hat G~uaranteed
Men and" S
'Women's . . o16I iIq
We do all kindls of high-class flat
Work
Factory Hat Store
617 Packard--next to the Delta
Corner Mate and Pacekard

Whitney Theatre
VIED, NIGHT, MAY 16
Charles Frohman presents
TIS"A great Actor
in ai great play"
0ln cYn Ameri-
SKI N. N1ER
in the cdnedy of cheerful-
ness,
ANTONIO"
By Booth Tark ington.
Prices:. 50c, The, $1.00,
$1,50'and $2.00

NEEDSIPS AT ONCE
ARRNG FOR FINANCES
PLAN TO USE PART OF BILLION
DOLLAR APPROPRIATION AS
SOON AS POSSIBLE
Washington, May 9.-The billion dol-
lars Uncle Sam will spend immedi-
ately for ships to combat the subma-
rine menace will go for purchase of
second-hand vessels and construction
of new ones. This was decided on
today at a two-hour conference be-
tween the president and 30 members
of both houses of congress and of the
government ship board.
Both Parties Represented
The congressional delegation repre-
sented all factions of both parties. All
were agreed after hearing from the
president that the United States should
have ships quickly and an, enormous
tonnage. The plan tentatively decid-
edl upon was to attach at least $500,-
000,000 of the appropriation onto the
urgency defficiency bill making the
money available at once. The remain-
der will be provided when wanted
later. V
Plan to Buy Shipping Vessels
The shipping board is understood to
have made a complete survey of all
ships for sale in the United States.
If owners of ships show any hesitancy
in selling, should the government want
the vessels, means will be found to
bring such owners to terms. The
means may be through the bill now
pending which would give the presi-
dent power to commandeer all ship-
ping.
Choose Director of Traffic
To insure efficient handling of all
supplies in carrying out the govern-
ment's ship building program the ship-
ping board today created the office
of director of traffic. MajotGeneral
Goethals, general manager of the
board, and William Denman, chair-
man, announced the appointment of
David L. Ewing of St. Louis to the
new office.
Strong opposition developed in the
conference to some of the more dras-
tic features of the bill proposed by
Denman. It was stated the president
would 'not need to take over hurriedly
steel plants and other industries en-
tering into production in order to ac-
complish his purpose.
P A\1 I LL ENTERTAIN
CLUB1 FROM FERRIS INSTITUTE
Members of the Ferris Institute
club of Ypsilanti, will entertain the
Ferris Institute club of the University,
Saturday evening. The latter will
take the 74:10 o'clock car from Ann
Arbor and get off at Brower street in
Ypsilanti, where some member of the
Normal club will meet and accompany
them to the reception parlors.
IMPORTANT MIEETING~ OF SOPHL
LITS WILL TAKE PLACE TODAY
Resignations of the president and
treasurer of the soph lit class will be
read at a meeting of that class at 3
o'clock this afternoon in room 101
Economics building. The nomination
of Student council representative
makes this meeting doubly important.
South American Union Hear Speakers
At a meeting of the South American
union held Tuesday night in Lane
hall, the members were addressed by
L. J. Guerrero, '19E, and . Apeseche.
The former' s remarks dealt with the
literature of Argentina from the in-
dependence up to the present time. The
latter gave a lecture dealing with an
important commercial problem of the

South American countries. I

Pop. Mat. Wed. G AflRl R I wK.' May 7
DETROIT
Direct from New York Winter Gardens
The Show ofpWonders'
ARCADE
Shows at a:®a; 6:38, :.; 9:30
15a Unless Other wise Specified
Phone eg*-A.
Thurs.-10-George Walsh in "High Fin-
ance ;" Charlie Chaplin in "Easy
Street." (Ret. )
Fri.-11-Mmne. Petrova in "The Waiting
Soul ;" Drew Comedy ("Putting It
Over on Henry").

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ATHLETIC

SHEEHAN

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SOILED

Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:0O0-3 :30; Evening, 6:45,
&-IS, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Thurs. -Fri. -1O-11-Kathlyn Williams in
"Out of the Wreck." Also Para-
mount Pictograph, Cartoons, and
Ford Travels.
Sat.-12-Mm. Desmnond in "The Last of
the Ingramns." Also Triangle Kom-
edy, "Done in Oil. Evening, 15c.

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Rae Theatre
=TO DAY .=
VIOLA DANA
In the Metro-Wonder Play,
"Threads of Fate"
"THE PURPLE MASK"

Order

them at once

from

GOODS

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PAN

The Mayer-Schairer Company

112 S. Main Street

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Engraved
Personal

THE

SPRUNK

Cards

Cet a Raincoat Free!
During the next ten days only, we are giving the students a
chance to get a Raincoat Free with every Suit ordered of us.
You have the choice of any piece of goods which-we have in
stock. BE MEASURED TODAY.
$17:00 and Up
Ward's KMassy Kut Klothes
F. W. ALLEN, Manager 118 E. Huron Street

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ENG RAVING

Co.

Has Moved to

I700 Marquette Bldg.

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W W. MANN, Prop.

Phione 17921

MAEST IC1.
3. SHOWS---3, 7 and 8:30 P.M.
TODAY and TONIGHT
Geo. Fawcett, Tom Al ix, F~rank
Campau and Bessie Eyton
In a Great Comedy Drama
"The "Heart of
Texas Ryan"t
This is a wond erlul show, fililed
with Thrilling E~pisodes, and
i,ooo Comedy Situations
Delightful Musical Concert
by the Full Mjestic
Orchestra
Matinee 14c, Night 10 & 15c

Seats on
14, 10 A.
NOW'.

Sale Monday, May
M. Mail Orders

Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and
sized without injury. Koch & Henne. ft
Dancing classes and private lesson s
st the Paoekard Academy. tt

Nothing like this has ever been seen
in Ann Arbor before. The life size
Grafonola Twins in the different mod-
ern dance attitudes at the Allmen-
dinger Music Shop, 122 E. Liberty St.
-Adv. 10-12
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

Huron 'Palley Bldg. & Sav. Assoebition
H. H. Herbst, Seo. and Atty., Room
14, A. A. Sav. Bank Bldg. Safest place
to invest your earnings. Dividends
never less than 6 per cent. Money
loaned at lowest rates.-Adv.

Try The Daily for service.

tiro cast of "The :Merry Wives of
Windso.-," at 7 o'clock tonight in Un-
iversity IHall.
rthe 1Mh>>aes of the )Iiligan Union
Will mneet at 4 o'clock today in the
Union to elect officers and new mnem-

mmmmot
....

Whit xey

Theatre

2DAYS Com'cing Friday Afternoon 3P. M AY181
Twice Saturday, 3:00 & 81 .M AY14

hers.
'rickets for theiw nion
night dance mill go one
o'clock today at the Union.
Fresh Ills ill weigh ini
::sri:ng conrtests on. Thursday
day afltrnoon s at Waterman
Win1.

Saturday
sale at 5
for the
and Fri-
gymnas-

Prices: Evenings, 50c, 75c, $1.00; a few at $1.50.

Matinee, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00

D. W. GRIFFITH'S EIGHTH WONDER OF THE WORLD

H.'44! y

3 o'clo'ck-Soph lit njeetiog in rooai
101 Economics bluildiu;'.

All engineer' band -wil rehearse at
7:15 o'cloc'k tonight in room 348 or
the Engineering building.
V resh lit baseball players report on
south Ferry field at 3:30 o'clock to-
(ay fol game with fresh engineers.

Most Realistic

and

Stupendous

18,000 People
3,000 Horses
8 Mionths
to Produce

7 o'clock-Cercle Fraimcais banoilot jI1'ir-,ie0s to Inspect Detroit Planit
at Delta cafe. Pi -ar.::.ce atical students who travel
7 o'clock:- Csn'{ ii''U) to fe :ri Friday to inspect the plant
in ll Oil3iLLXCin roomof Parkes, Davis & Co., will leave at
7 o'clock- Canadian clugbat 9:10 oi 'clock over the D. U. R. instead
Willets' cafe. of. the Michigan Central.
7:30 oclock--MissIE.\A. Grantiid-------
Miss IJ. 1.Murray (ot tho \ itlil 1( Ca'** ***
nalty company speak iu room 4t, .INfas- jU'lIG iSr]NIORS TO 'ORDER
on hall on various phasv', t , Mes. CAPS AND G~OWNS AT ONCE
8 o'clock- _Spanish (,u I _,; ii in
Lane hall. I * Seniors in all colleges are*
8 o'clock-De utseher Verein meting strongly urged to make arrange-
in Verein rccmA. * ients with the local merchants*
t~ra for their caps and gowns immedi-*
7 o'clock-Alphar, 'u meeting in Un ately. With the date for Swing- *
iversity hal. out advanced to Monday, May 14,*
8 o'cloc~k--Plymnouth r miud table so- xlcal merchants are confronted*
cial at Congregationalchr.* with a difficult problem in at-*
8 o'clock-Jnilverslt Shol f ur-* tempting to meet the delayed or-*
ses' graduation exercise: ._inSarah * ders for caps and gowns which*
Caswell h gl all.* they must furnish at an earlier *
9 o'clock-Soph prom at Armory. date than they had planned upon. *
LI-Notices *v Committee in Charge.*
The~e ill be a relivea r(; of the en. * * * * * * * * *

View of

Stirring Events

in the

Development

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STUDENTS LEAT1NG ASKED
TO REGISTER AT UNION
All students who have made
definite arrangements to enter
any branch of the government
service, whether military or
farm work, are requested to reg-
ister at the Michigan Union
their name and address, for the
information of the intelligence
bureau. In case of uncertainty
of address, the student should'
make arangements to further
it to the Union as soon as pos-
sible.

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Cost

of our

Country

$5009,00O

Taken from Thomas Dixon's "eTHE CLANSMAN"

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF 20

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF 20

600 TIMES IN CHICAGO
Now playing on five Con-
tinents -- America, South
America, Europe, Aus-
tralia, Asia.

Ashton Stevens, in the Chicago Examiner, says:
"The 'Birth of a Nation' is the best, the most nat-
ive drama ever written by an American-it is the
most dramatic work in all American drama-and
that goes for stage as well as screen."'

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