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We're selling more high-grade K O D A K S
than ever we but still have a complete line to show
you.
719 NORTH
TH YK D SORENOFUNIVERSITY
THE KODAK STORE.OF ANN ARBOR --

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Matinees weeGR IK ek Of
CnAReRICK e
and Sat.De.-2
DETROIT
SCAN CAR LO
GRAND OPERA CO.
Largest Traveling Operatic Organization in America

STYLE ALL THE WHILE

ARCADE
Shows at 3, 6:30, 8:oo, and 9:30 P. 1.
Tuesday, Dec. 21-Tom Wise in "Blue
Grass," comedy-drama in five parts.
Equitable.
Wednesday. Dec. 22-Florence Rockwell
in "Body and Soul," 5 parts.
Thursday, Dec. 23 - Henry Kolker in
"The Bridge," or "The Bigger Man."
5-part Metro picture.
Friday, Dec. 24.-Mary Miles Minter in
her later success, 'Barbara Frietchie,'
a Civil ar drama without a battle
scene. Metro.

FACTORY HAT STORE
118 E. Liberty Near Allenel Hotel

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Theatre Closed December 23-24 Sundey, Dec. 26, Theda Bara, the
BIG VAUDEVILLE FESTIVAL CHRISTMAS DAY ( Loved Child of the Devil in "Carmen"

AT THE MAJESTIC
"September Morn"
"September Morn," the show which
took its name and also its plot from
the picture of the same title made fa-
mous by a Chicago cop, opened at the
Majestic for a three-day run last night
and played to capacity audiences.
The show has been seen here be-
fore, but always as a road production
and at road show prices. The prin-
cipal .feature about its return, to those
who have seen it before, is the in-
genious manner in which the produc-
ers ehave kept its most attractive fea-
tures and combined them in an hour
and a half performance, while the
original, show ran about two hours
and a half. The production is in
three scenes instead of four as when
it was a road production. It's as much
show for the money as ever offered
at vaudeville prices.
Leo Greenwood as "Rudolph Plas-
tric," the artist; Fred Vance as "Bunk-
um," the theatrical agent; Grace Chil-
ders as "Argentina," the dancer, and
Dolly Day as "Louise Sorm, are the
leading lights among the principals.
The ehorus is good-looking and can
sing and daie an ,its members are
nearly as n i an the road
show.i
and Sng," i +i e was the best
of the nniu 1 in mbers frOm the
standpoint of th' isolo singing. Other
numbers wich were rceived are
"Septembr Morn," and "In Berlin."
Specia mention is due Mr. Green-
wood. for without his very able ef-
forts in the chief comedy role, the
show would be lacking its strongest
supporter.
CURTISS AEROPLANE EXPERT
RETIURNS FROM ENGLISH WORK
New York, Dec. 20.-Robinson, of
the Curtiss Aeroplane company, who
returned today by the Liner St. Paul,
said he had been assembling aero-
planes at Hendon for the British army
and intimated that there might be a
colossal air raid of Germany. He
said the world would be astounded
soon by several developmerts in aer-
ial warfare, but refused to hint what
they might be. His intimation caused
a' revival of the rumor that the ob-
jective of the great aerial fleet making
ready at Hendon was the Kiel canal.
TORPEDOES CONTROLLED BY
WIRELESS AROUSE INTEREST
Washington, Dec. 20. - Wireless-
controlled torpedoes shot from sub-
marines and battleships is the latest
invention occupying the attention of
the naval advisory board of inventors
and the bureau of ordnance. It is
hoped by navy department experts
that the device will have been suffi-
ciently tried out to permit its installa-
tion on some of the submarines,
dreadnoughts and cruisers to be
authorized under the new naval pro.-
gram.
FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter numberI
nine, latest model, never been used.4
$65. Phone 2136-J. dec17to2I

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We are all to meet at
Oren's Cafeteria
for
Christmas Dinner
"Variety Our Specialty"~
Open all vacation-Student management

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Joy just hangs on every puff
How a pipe of "Tux" does bubble over with good
cheer and sunny comfort ! There's something about
the mellow taste of "Tux" that estirs a smoker's soul.
It gets into his inside works, sweetens his disposition,
and gives him that perky, chesty feeling, like a high-
stepper trotting down the avenue.
4 The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
Men who never smoked a pipe before -re now smoking
Tuxedo, because they have found that Tuxedo is the mildest
tobacco made, and that it is the one tobacco that never irri-
tates mouth, throat or nerves.
You simply cannot get another tobacco made by the "Tux-
edo Process "-and that's the orig-
inal of all processes for removing
every trace of harshness and bite
from the tobacco. It has beenwide-
ly imitated, but never duplicated.
Try Tuxedo for a week, and
you'll get acquainted with the sweet-
est, mildest, mellowest smoke in
the world.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient, glassine wrapped,
moisture-proof pouch . . c."
Flettering, curved to fit pocket 10C
In Tin Humidors, 40c and 80c
In Glass Humidors, Soc and 90c
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY

U. S. Sends Note of Protest to Britain
Washington, Dec. 20.--The United
States has sent a note of protest to
Great Britain as a result of interfer-
ence with parcel post shipments be-
tween this country and Sweden.

Powdered wax for dancing floor, in
perforated top cans. C. H. Major &
Co. Phone 237. edtdec21
Call Lyndon for a good flashlight.
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