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November 01, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…E WEATHER ANN ARBOR- RAIN AND WARMER I CA . UNITED PRESS X DAY AND NIGHT SERV THE ONLY MORNING PAP ANN ARBOR I A L. VOL. XXVII. No. 26. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1916. PRICE FIVE HUGHES SUPPORTS RIGHT TO TRAVEL AGAINST HECKLER TELLS QUESTIONER HE FAVORS MAINTENANCE OF ALL RIGHTS URGES FIRMNESS OF POLICY Wants America "Standing for Its Own Rights," Asking Only for Justice By rercy Arnold (United Press Staff Corres...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…FHE WEATH SLOWLY RISIYI TEM[PERATURE [ER o~t rtkiaIz 4:3att ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIR SERVICE XXVIII. No. 27. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1917. PRICE THREE C . . KUTONS OVERRUN' HOUSAND SQURE MILES Of ITALY NERAL CARDORNA STILLI ENS RETREAT PURSUED ENEM~Y HAST- BY ALLIES RUSH AID TO BOLSTER LATINS Americans Waive All Export Restric- tions Regardless of Short- ags (By Associated Press) London, Oct. 31.-. Vir...…

November 01, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…' 00 Ali 4 I guni r JI IDAY AND N SERn ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER' 1, 19199.PRICE T MILLION MEN GO ON STR 1 xr r5 r . w nr.....rr r rrr rr s-nr r . rir.rr +rri r'r Wrar .n.rriire i r+ rrwrr+. w r I LIKE DNDAY or :er A rchs To Design War Memorials Student designs for campus war me- morials are forming part of the prob- lem course in the Architectural col- lege commencing the Week of\Nov. 3. Twelve hours of work( ...…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…I . CUUULELJ, Y V IJUW * Itg ASSOCIAT PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 27. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918. PRICE I M7&§ i LIANS BAG 50,000 s RECOIL ES HURL iH TROOPS WESTERN FRONT ENCH MARE T GAINS ,PARATES ABOVE PIAVE FLU DECREASING; SCHOOLS OPEN SOON No new cases of influenza or pneu- monia were discovered among S. A. T. C. men yesterday and only seven of influenza and two of pneumonia were reported among civilia...…

November 01, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…1 1C. gan Dai y 1~ 1NOW _.__.., ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1914. PRIC _. M AgRC-HES DOWN FIELD S SCORE OF SEVEN POINTSI TALKS ON RElIGION IN FOREIGN LANDS Dr. year. Reimann was the big star of the Ei , Clayton Sedgwick Cooper to Talk at Y. M. C. A. Meeting Tonight .* *' *. y: *i #, *k MEET THE TE * * * Michigan's football team put up a great fight against the Crimson yesterday, but lost. They arrive at the Mi...…

November 01, 1913 (vol. 24, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…4 YOU I C I' lich igan Dail VOTE-BU'T FIRST ASSI O OVRSELF OF THE FACT i -i Vol. XXIV, No. 29., ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913 PRICE FIVE CE _____ ___ I * * * * * * * * * * MARTIN F. HILFINGER. MICHIGAN AND ORANGEMEN IN ANNUAL CLASH I est Will Battle With East on Ferry I0ld This lAernoon When TIwo Teams sheet For HIonos ' QUINN WILL PLAY AT FULL HACK IN PLACE OF TORBET Craig Will ,be Seen at Halfbackl-Big Crowd ...…

November 01, 1912 (vol. 23, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…ie Michigan Daly flAILED TO AN' ADDRESS $3.00 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912. PRICE FIVE I I ri A SHOWS P IN FINAL SERIMMAGE I WILL PRACTICE THE WEATHER MAN -I, Varsity Takes Brace in Game With Scrubs; Contest on Saturday With South Dakota Will be Close. LINEUP SLIGHTLY CHANGED; BENTLEY GOES IN AT FULL. Boyle and Collette Work Out at Half; Bushnell Fills Quarterback Position. Michigan's Varsity showed up con- side...…

November 01, 1910 (vol. 21, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…The Michig9an allIy4 ANN ARBlIOR, :Xl Cl I(IAN, 't''tf ): lAX', NIVFIXMIIHI i, iiot. NO. 25. Vol. XXI. NOTRE DAME LOOKS EASY FOR VARSITY Since Michigan Has "Come Back" Indications Point to Big Victory WILL WATCH OFFENSIVE POWER For the irst timse this sionthtis XX s s'i'sini's beigans puactici e llrk fs ilieek end gaiste withouit seties worr th t the outcoesi. Nc)one doubts, that de- spite ears' toriue s d et iu s Door 10 So igs, the Notre D...…

November 01, 1911 (vol. 22, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…e Michigan A Reliable Directory Reliable Bus DaiyI ANiTRBOR tICHGAN, -WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER 11-11, ., .,.. ,. : , ; STUDENT COUNCIL FAVORS .JAAWYERS' ELECTION PLAN. Will I4istitute Clause Calliig for Ma- Jority. Vote Into Class Constitution. S That the plan adopted by the senior1 law class at its tlections t is year should be incorporatedinto the new , Iinterclass constitution was the unani- mous- opinion of the Student Council nd as expr...…

November 01, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

… G. H. Wild Co. Leading Merchant Tailors State St. """"""''"" Your Room the River - At School On the Field m , m ever you need electrical supplies, engineering tools, padlocks, y, clocks, thermos bottles, gym clothes or sporting goods, REM EM BERI vtzer's Hardware Hardware near Campus 310 STATE Official newspaper at the University of Michigan. Published every morning except Monday during the university year. Entered at the post-office a...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Yii i - WV ViY Z« MBER ASSOCIATED PRESS sociated Press is exclusively entitled se for republication of all news dis- redited to it or not otherwise credit- his paper and .also the local news herein. ! newspaper at the University of Published every morning except during the university year. I at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as as matter. Annt Arbor Press Building. Sub- by 'carrier, $2.50; by mail, $ .OO. stations: Quarry's;...…

November 01, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…ing except Monday during the Univer- Control of Student Pub litations. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS is exclusively entitled to the use for lispatches credited to it or not otherwise i the lccal news published therein. ffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second hard street. not to exceed Soo words, if signed, the sig.' , to appear in print, but as an evidence of events will be published in The Daily at the tor, if left at or mailed to The Daily office. ...…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY AL NEWSPAPE~R AT THE ERSITY OF MICHIGAN every morning except Monday university year by the Boaard iin Student Publications. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ciated Press is exclusively entitled for republication of all news dis- ited to it or not otherwise credited er~ and also the local news' pub- i The A. E. F. may glory in "cootie- proof" clothes but raiment impervious to' the flu bug would be of more inter- est to the civil...…

November 01, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY / i/ // S , I_--- i of fine wool- is here for your inspec-~ ik you'll agree that never classier fabrics. Tailored ble style in a suit to your will make you as smartly -ie THE MICHIGAN DAILY Official -newspaper at the University of Michigan. Published every morning except Monday during the university year. Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as second-class matter. Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub- by carrier, $...…

November 01, 1913 (vol. 24, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

… =_I f IIIOA AL THE LEADING RCHANT TAILORS W1e offer to you the tailored suilt possible ae most suitable price'. tkmanship the best. ry suit built to fit. stock of woolens* of highest quality. The est assortment in the to select from. Hou WilD CO. 31.1 S. State St. OIT UNITED LINES N ARBOR TIME TABLE nid Express Cars for Detroit-7;' nd hourly to 6:io p.,im., also 8:io sfor Detroit-S :40 a. im., 6:o6 a. in., y two hours to 6:o6 p. mn., 7:06 p...…

November 01, 1912 (vol. 23, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Our Political Platform Is Right Price and Quality Ce H. Wild Co. Tailors and Importers 311 South State Street Sw eW O~e rS Now that the weather is cool -you will need a good warm WEATER to keep warm, made in all colors. GREY, BLUE,.WHITE Sheehan &f Co. 7 B~owlinei Billiae&r ds Huston Bro.s 3 B P ipes S Cata dies POISE / oiseis Power, You will always >tice thit the Man of Poise ears clothes'that would put any...…

November 01, 1910 (vol. 21, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…THIE MICHIGAN DAILY G. HI. WILD CO. I311 50. STATE STREET ]r _ Opening Display of Fall and Winter Styles FULL DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY 311 50. STATE STEET EASE UP ON THE PROF'S ptae sies rcs., $25.00 and upt. I s 5t ices.onType-sit-c Soppslies The Students' Typeweriter Supply Co. R3c:-m 4 Press Building. Opposite Majestic Cm [n RARJB[L[ T-c Law Medical Dental Largest Stock in Michigan Second-viand Law Books Lawvad Medical Dictionaries Or...…

November 01, 1911 (vol. 22, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…TRE NLICJ&16AN DAILY . 311 So. State Street THE IIIHIGAN DAILY Official Newspaper at the University * of Michigan. Published every morning except Mon- day throughout the school year. .. [NG DISPLAY nter Woolens of Exclusive Styles S, Overcoats and Trousers. CO., 311 So. State Street READING MERCHANT TAILORS LLLL seating or pur- cure your cold using modern TION a, cleans and . Try it. It's if you want it. TYPEWRITING. LAW OUTLINES. TYPE...…

November 01, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…lVA ll i.C--]1 \ AJX-1YLJ 1 - 'T iJl I Ilj 11 DO. ALL DROP KICKIN 4 BULL BOOTS 'M OVER BAR FROM 40 YARD LINE Sharpe Will Not Start in Saturday's Game; Three Men Dropped From Table Football practice yesterday after- noon was featured by the excellent drop kicking of one Bull Dunne. The Varsity left end was busy on the 40- yard line and he was dropping them over with considerable regularity. With Sparks out of the game, Dunne has been...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…-1hIh4iN IUAlIL. Y I ' TI CEI I !iI torary Society Initiates Keep Large Number of Regulars From Work JAD MEEMBERS FEAR PENN BUT BELIEVE CORNELL EASY n Out In Suit Spends Considerable Time In Practicing Drop, Kicks ost found himself up against a problem yesterday afternoon n his men appeared for practice. didn't have enough men to make gs interesting because many of players were busy with the hon- society initiations. parks, Cruse, Weiman,...…

November 01, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

… COMEBACK 7i . ._ ._._ I!! lY zr~r S~nl 1 wE HOW THEY COMPARE IN THE PROBABLE LINEUP UICHIGAN I NORTHWESTERN No. Weight Player Position 1 22 185 Dunne......... L.E. 1 185 Goetz, (Capt.) . .... r5 7 198 F~ortune ........ L.G.., 36 190 Culver......... C.... 2 215 Dunn.......... R.G.. 24 190 Czsyz.......R. T.. l 12 180 Magrath....... R.R.. E , 5. 158 Sparks..........Q. 11 150 Weston... ..H.;. -~ 3 160. Cruse .......... R.HI.. 19 180 Vick....…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…R OF RAIN cago shifts. Lig The large ii along the sid ed far moref how to combat the Chi- NEW WEAPON SENT rushing shipments of a new trench under-garment to the war zone. The hts Work GoodO FIGHT COOTIES garment is chemically treated at the ncandescent bulbs strung - wstate university at Iowa City, to act es of the field have prov- It was announced in Washington as a preventative against vermin in successful than the bat- ,yesterday that the...…

November 01, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

…rheatrical C CLEVlER COMEDYTO CO0MI-E TOMAJESTIC' "Rappy Incidents of Learning Days" is the sub-billing of Menlo Moore's "When Love Is Young," which comes to the Majestic soon for a three; days' engagement. School days and love days'are more or less synonymous anyway, so it doesn't require an extra amount of niental exertion for one to surmise just about the nature of the subject matter of this act. The fact that it is a Menlo Moore act sign...…

November 01, 1913 (vol. 24, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…i I 2 c r t'linute L At Winter weightl Rulbeir Slsfor WHITMAN'SCAD When you buy candy buy the best. It does not cost much more and it gives much more pleasure. Whitman's Candy always pleases. The prices vary according to the assortments, hoc, Soc and $i .oo a pound. We have all the new packages and assort- ments-up to $5.00 a box. M na w ,E o~n Society 0Brand Clothes Have "thai different air" of dis- tinction thai places thenm in a ...…

November 01, 1912 (vol. 23, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY "d Incle Sam Presents the Animals In the Act-="Reformers".-or, "Blowing Their Own horns!" q~t .1/.*V .1' li.r tt trC.o P I There's a lot of satisfied men riding in our band wagon. -Not necessary for us to blow our own horns about Stein=Bloch Clothes, -But if you haven't a seat we want you to get on and ride. They give satisfaction--we'll prove it by a strong record. Mackinaws all colors and styles $5 to $10 Lindenschm...…

November 01, 1910 (vol. 21, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…THdE MICHIGAN DAILY ~ ,, I A Blue Serge Suit conies in mighty hanidy for asn occaxsional change of attire. IExcellentxvaluie Ino your $25 Lierty' Strot . 's/.lr/Is Are. A.G. SPALDING & BROS. The Spalding reulastn- Tra.dMark o1' OFFICIALaEQUIP- P ,C3INci -sptsnd pasimes. Q JPALDINP0 If ts sario7aticteil Issit/.41I ht'ie Spot i/i ss is no s i iars' enyl s l the orl ahIt what's New' in Sport Gua.naas of (hV/at hi sfrecol re- A. G. SPAL D¢ING ...…

November 01, 1911 (vol. 22, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…THE. MICHIGAN DAIL'V We announce the arrival of 21 late patterns of Fall and Winter Woolens in Blue-Cray, Brown-Cray mixtures and coronation effects. They are being soown in foreign lines and embody ideas that have been worked out for next Spring. We Solicit Your OrdIers Suit or OvercoatI to Order $20.00 up. F0, W. GROSS, CREA , TOR OF "1RAMESE+S" IS MYSTERIOUS POSTER ARTIST. From the quiet solitude of a writ- er's study to the, limeligh...…

November 01, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

… TO A BIRD AT DAWN BY RICHARD LE GALLIENNE Now the slow light fills all the trees, The world, before so still and strange, With day's familiar presences, Back to its common self must change, And little gossip shapes of song The porches of the morning throng. "One of the finest lyrics our language or any duced."-Current Opinion. other has pro- YOU MUST MEAN MORE- O bird that somewhere yonder sings In the dim hour 'twixt dreams and dawn, Lo...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DIERSCIE RY1 IN CITED ORAN I Pushing the Peen JBecomes Popular . . DECLARATION DOES NOT PRECEDE WARFARE NOW s * * ** *'*s ** s * S * * s ILIS LEARN MODERN METHOD ? WARFARE QUICKLY AND EFFICIENTLY inch Front, Oct. 31.-Two hundred sixty-four personal citations for ry have been won by the negro rs of a single Somali battalion it landed in France in June, 1916. ese citations 190 were gained in erce battles in the vicini...…

November 01, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

… UiN Lt'.L n ? fruits of the earth; and gives to the D e weak, who should not have anything, except, perhaps, the rind. Why? BeL "DE TScause they are weal,-thus fool." TREADfk At the Union sity who it have No tipping at the Union! This strictly applies to all departments of in bricks s. Aso the Union, including the barber shop. s. Also Many students have tried to tip the quite a barbers and porter in the barber shop U of M" during the past we...…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY i uI UK L11U I II L SERIES, NO-1 Nine Army Men Vis Want Citizenship NOERT CERTAIN, BUT )NED TILL LATER DATE Case, of the Metropolitan- any, will open the pre- es of concerts Saturday . 16, in Hill auditorium, state ban against public .lifted by that time. Ac- r. R. N. Olin, secretary of rd of health, there is lit- at meetings canrbe held was born and educated in 3 through untiring per- as won praise from the ritics. Her g...…

November 01, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

…' lY N y d 11 1II I WHITN.EY THE ATRE One Night* o;%y Thursday,; Nov. 5th, Charles Frohman presents MISS Burk In her greatestco nedlv succces by Catherine Chiloom Cushing Preceded by "The Philosopher in the Apple Orchard" A Play in one act by Anthony Hope Miss BURKE in both Plays * PRICES MAIN FLOOR3 First 13 rows, 360 seats $2.00 iLast 8 rows, 232 seats $1.50 BALCONY3 First 8 rows, 236 seats $1.00 Last 5 rows, 154 seats $0.15 GALLERY...…

November 01, 1913 (vol. 24, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…. THE MICI THE ICIGAN DAILY. ur wswwowrw (i' r . .u.4'.tiuw.ra....,.,.,wv.: "..r.n., ....® .......m..w.r_.. . « .. «...., .rv.:... :...r ...«. ,. ....: ..n r i5i i aincoats anJ I~~ LYN om .I Auditorium It Big Doings? I, 1 WH I Kodak Fims Finishing I VIEW1BO0K S POSTAL CARDS! Photographer of Convention IIIIThursday Friday I t -03 . .You don't need to go down town to see the best that are made. Come in and slip one on, they ar...…

November 01, 1912 (vol. 23, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I' s8.oo ' * t " . WAGNER &'COA State Street Sign of the Big White Shoe S PO RTIN G PAG E Whitnrey S aturday, Nov. M A C. FRFSHMEN 11 Ii,, RSH E READY FOR GAME From the reports which have come from the Lansing 'training quarters, VOTERS CONFLICT WITH SEAT SALE Owing to the fact that the Cornell sale will, to some extent, coniflict with Mr. F. . Whitney,' Announces The Whitney Opera Company , , erscat e SHO...…

November 01, 1910 (vol. 21, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…THR MICHIGAN Come In!. Mr. Good, Dresser And inspect the biggest and most exclusive selection i ted and domestic woolens ini town. This season more than ever before we are able to show you the choicest in fashions antI fabrics which will be worn in the recognised style centers by men who know how to tdress well. High Class Tailored Garments made to your individtuai measnre at remarkable reasonable prices. To look means yon buy, B sore sod l...…

November 01, 1911 (vol. 22, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I .ATEST LISH LAST Invisible Eyelets SHOES $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 White Shoe" STAT E STREET MUSIC AND DRAMA Xajestlc Theater. Manager Lane of the Majestic Thea- ter desires to impress upon the public and especially the student body the importance of reserving and obtaining seats in advance for the engagement of the Adams and Guhl Musical Com- edy Company in the "Two Admirals" which comes to the Majestic Thurs- day night. T...…

November 01, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 26) • Page Image 5

…Classical Study in Japan Formed Foundation of Modern Ne if the of Men's Suits, Hats Caps and Fern ishingsx ... -- ti 1 y IL'f ww ' ' r ation i 5T CL. SSICAIL STI)Y IN JAPAN by Sotokichii Katsuizumi In order to understand the present educational system in Japan, we must trace the history of Japan. As early as the eighth century, A. D., when the influence of Buddhism and Confucian- Sotokichii Katsuizuni, '17, of Tsubata Kaga, Japan, ...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY i ®f The Stein-Bloch Co. 1911 I magine Yourself if you 're a ''live one "-- 'MILITARY BEARING MUST BE LEARNED1 in this 3-button ___. : STEIN-BLOCH Coat! No padding--no stiffen- ing--nothing but honest f a br i c, hand tailoring and "style galore." Lieut. q. C. Mullen Issues Statement on Duties of Student Cadet UNEXCUSED ABSENCES WILL ;ELAY RECOMMENDATION Red Flag to Indicate Lecture; White One Will Signify Drill on ...…

November 01, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 30) • Page Image 5

…C J-idz I I , r I' Y FIR r a fl C I . Demand Ann Arbor Dairy Company 's Pasteurized Milk, the standardI of p'rfec- / tion and cleanliness. t No Substitutes The only creamery in Ann Arbor that as all incoming and outgoing milk tested aily for bacteria by an expert chemist and acteriologist and~can absolutely guarantee. 11 its milk perfectly pasteurized under his. ispection. C r; k r 1X r: w' . r r. q % r YU; r: rr " r W r ...…

November 01, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 30) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN D}AILY r ... 1 I IY .. .: _ . .. ', 3 11 'Head and "Head and Shoulders above the Crowd" of ordinary dressers is a very natural and wholly justified feeling for a wearer of STEIN-BiLocH Smart Clothes. ,rs Young Men Whatever you pay for your clothing you canuot afford to overlook this fact ; the big store of Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co. can and does positively give the greatest value. Whether it is a suit or overcoat, Manhattan...…

November 01, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 26) • Page Image 6

…1..a 3APERS AY ILYNDON 719 N. 1 iversity AA NALJ WING TO THE SCARCITY OF DYES AND THE EM- ARGO ON WOOL, THERE IS GOING TO BE A SHORT- AGE OF GOOD WOOLENS FOR MEN'S CLOTHES. This is true, BUT our showing for Fall and Winter does not evidence it. We have the best assortment of l11 wool fabrics for men's Suits and Overcoats that we have ever displayed-and at prices within reach of all. Our $25.00 line will be a pleasant surprise to you. What...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Walk-Over- INTELLIGENCE BUREAUT IS I WIIA'S GOING ON Our ~ aaler" For Women Boot of unusual value, >st distinctive style. In rk brown and dark tan issia calf, with the new w military heel. I sizes: Triple A to D _._.- . - jo ; '.- fo cI [alk-Over Boot Shop Hoffstetter, Prop. 115 S. Main Street a a Students of the University of Michigan Are invited to inspect our splendidly complete line of handsome all Suits an...…

November 01, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 30) • Page Image 6

…useful as igh congress may make us our clocks, hunger, and thej i are beyond government con-i r nous Woman Poet Dies Ella Wheeler Wilcox died y, Oct. 30, at her home in 1, Conn. Her death came at of a nine months' illness, the f a collapse due to overwork he soldiers in England. ecovered in July enough to o Amgerica, and has since been residence the "Bungalow." th was not unexpected. The to be cremated, and her ashes tear those of her husband...…

November 01, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 30) • Page Image 6

…N DAILY 1I .230QMORE HAND PRESS NO I oot-wear I I Lynd n's."m"'9Books RFCEIVUD VBSTIIRDAY At the old price $1.00 This is the last lot of these "MI" books that we can buy to sell at this price, so get busy. LADIES WORK A SPEOIAL TY Selling far Beyond Expectations, C.1.KD a--Sophomore LYNDON " 719 N. Universisty Avenue 1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave ALL-FRESH HRUMBLE DETROIT WARRIORS ORPHEUM THEATRE M~onday', Tuesday, Wednesday, A...…

November 01, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 30) • Page Image 7

…I h Stage rIu IU Im Rhode's Brothers Orchestras "The Orchestra With Pep" Phone 283-R Irlo 'a Co. '! OMM" I I , of and I r of Who5 view The MAJESTIC LAST TIMES TODAY Charles Ray in "Hay Foot--Straw Foot" ARCADE Shows at 300 700; 8:30 Phones: Theatre, 296-M Mgr'i Res., 2316-M LAST TIMES TODAY MAY ALLISON IN "Fair And Warmer" howing a two-reel lackton production with a news and =mI. Try Our Red Hots and, Oyster Stew W1ITER UBlgES...…

November 01, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 30) • Page Image 8

…UNIRSIT L S ( COAL I FflR PAWONi flIf TflIK i lam.: tion and protecting the consumer both ing governme in price and in certainty of supply.-- The dealers, however, did not benefit, Michigan Dr by federal control, as they wete oft- one recognize en forced to sell coal at a loss to student trade. y advertising means of r4 GO-D M Ij. L. Chapm 113 South M 'I D Eve- !. ILL r(usiC ' off with "The " Victors," band will play eight selec- Band ...…

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