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LO six THE MICHIGAN NDAILY

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GO TO LYNDON
For FRESH Eastman Films
GUARANTEED Film Developing
Best VELOX Prints
Ann Arbor Distributotr uf Kodaks
All the Late at Modea
719 N. University "Nt the Sign of the Kodak"

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Matinees
Tue., Thu. Sat.

EGARRICK we
May 22
DETROIT

"ALONG CAME RUTH"

Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinires, 2:00, 3:15 Evening, 6:45. 8:oo
':i5 Saturdays - Holidays Continuous
Thur.-Fri.-25-26--Hazel Dawn int "The
Saleslady."
Sat -27-Bessie Barriscale in " Bullets
*and 5i own Eyes."(Triangle Corn.) 15r
Sun.11on.-2829-Pauline Frederick in
"Audrey."

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Are You Looking for a Position?
Do you realize that Self-assurance, Respect
and Poise-all come with the assurance that
you are correctly dressed.
SITUATIONS
Are often landed through impressions first
created.
"- To Look Your Best See -
Roy P. Henry, Arcade Tailor
NICKELS ARCADE

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ARCADE
Sho 6, t .:o00 6:30. 8;00, 9:30
Thitr7--M9a ry M iles 'kit erii "thin-
pie%." and "rew"Cor"ell.
Fri.-26-ihdwond Breese in "The Spell
of the Yukon," and Drew Comedy.
Sat.-27-Agnes Glynne in "TheLove
Trail" and "Trip Around the World,"
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STRAW -HATS
and PANAMAS

OUR DOWN TOWN [ORAL Shop0

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FOR

Fresh Cut Flowers and Lotted Plants
Corsage Ioquets a Specialty
Also a Full Lime of Decorative Plants

STRAW HAT DAY
AT THE
FACTORY HAT STORE

V 1 1 flomralnii225 E. leryt
6oolliw[ o mpIny Phone 1321

N 'ar Allenel FIo,'I

118 E. lfuron St.

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MAJESTIC
3 - 7and 8:311P. M.
The Big Sensation
ELINOR GLYN'S
Three Weeks
a a
FASCINATING and INTERESTING and
VOID OF SUGGESTIVENESS
EVIDENCE AG AINST
WAITE INCREASES
(Continliued fromP age .011e)
trial. The wife, calm but repressing
her emotion only by a strong effort,
narrated the experiences of her mar-
ried life, beginning wi* the whirl-
wind wooing and ending with the part-
ing with her husband at Grand Rapids
station on March 17, when he depart-
ed for New York City and a prison
cell. Rapidly the story fell from the
lips of the wife, of the marriage, the
talks about money, the preparation of
the food, the fatal cup' of egg-nog,
the urging of cremation, the sugges-
tion that she make a will, and the last
letter received.
Mrs. Horton, sullen and defiant,
was forced only by sledge hammer
questions to make answers at all
about . her relations with the man,
their language, voice, and dramatic
lessons, their studio in the Plaza Ho-
tel, and then in monosyllables of the
man's confession to her. She spoke
of his letters, written to her from the
hospital and from the Tombs, in
which he declared that if he did not
get his "share" but was sent to an
asylum for the criminal insane, he
would return to her in a few years,
and then almost in a 'whisper of her
reply to him that she would wait for
him four years or forty.
His joking reference to the little3
man from Egypt, saying he must laugh
to read it, his telling her that if she
continued to love him it was all worth
while, came just as reluctantly from

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It's Hot!

Let's go and get son
When you're hot and thirsty,S
or just for fun, there's noth-
ing comes up to it for delicious-
ness and real refreshment.

me good gold A
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Demand the genuine by full name-
nicknames encourage substitution.
TIE COCA-COLA CO.
ATLANTA. GA.

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her lips in concluding her statement
that not until two weeks ago, under
the strongest pressure by the district
attorney's office, had she placed these.
facts in the possession of the prose-
cution.
Percy Peck* brother-in-law and soni
of the man whom the state says was
murdered, in a business-like voice
could add only one tense moment to
the day and that was when he told
how with the "K. Adams" telegram
in his pocket and the autopsy already
ordered he had met the defendant in
the station at Grand Rapids and quiet-
ly demanded the check which would
put the body of his father in his pos-
session. In the clash of wills the
son proved to be the stronger, and
without a word of explanation began
the wor-k which revealed the truth.
Assistant District Attorney George
Brothers rushed nine witnesses
through in an hour and twenty-five
minutes after court had opened. There
was the manager of the Corn Ex-
change Bank to identify the $9,000
check, a garage man to identify Con-

noff, the detective recalled about the
embalming fluid, some stenographers
and Dr. Percy Schurtz, the Peck family
physician of Grand Rapids, who had
taken charge of the autopsy there until
Dr. Otto Schurtze arrived. Dr. Schurtz
swore that death was due to arsenic
poison. Percy Peck, the'son, the wife,
and the "other woman" followed with
their testimony in quick succession.
Few File for Plattsburg Scholarships
Only four men have so far filed ap-
plications with President Harry B.
Hutchins for the two scholarships of-
fered to the Plattsburg camp this sum-
mer by the Liberty Motor company of
Detroit. All men interested in this
matter should file letters with the
President before Saturday, May 27. The
letters should give a report of pre-
vious military training.
Pres. Hutchins to Speak at Wesleylln
President Harry B. Hutchins is to
speak at an alumni dinner at the
Wesleyan University, Middletown,
Conn., on June 19.

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Candies

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Pillow Tops

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