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NE 7, 1919.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IPusic Notes

Fxceptional Fine Line of
Genuine Palm Beach Suits

Hester Reed and Dorothy New
will give a joint graduation rec:
at 8 o'clock Monday evening, June
at the University School of Music
The program will consist of the b
lowing numbers:
Sonata, Op. 109.........Beethov
Hester Reed

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Lake will play opposite him.
Tom Moore is his own charming
self in "One of the Finest" which will
be shown tomorrow and Monday. He
plays the role of a handsome young
auto cop who stops a speeding chauff-
eur, saves the heorine, Senna Owen,
from an accident who has him "broke"
for his impertinence. Only an Irish-
man would have the keen love of a
fight and a sense of humor to meet
what happened then, and Tom Moore
surely lives up to these requirements.
Buy your Trunks, Bagas, and Suit
Cases train F. W. 'Wilkinson. Trade '

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$15 TO $20

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OPENING FOR CO
Six more men can E
take charge of Farmer
in one county for Ju
September. Fair addre
bility necessary. Agri
ence not essential. Go
men. Instructor here
1775 at once for conf
Tenais ackta and
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Summer is here. Old Sol insists that
you wear cool Summer Suits, Palm
Beach and Kool Koth Suits will feel
real comfortable.
New Style ideas are shown in a
variety that will please all men who
appreciate good looking coolfitting
apparel.
We urge early buying however, so
as to afford you the best possible choice.

Presude a Mer...........Arensky
Prelude, and Fugue..... .. ... Bach
Eclogue....................Liszt
Scherzo, Op. 16..........Mendelssohn
Dorothy Newell
Prelude and Fugue .............Bach
oldfish ..................Debussy
Mazurke....................Liszt
Hester Reed
Variations serlenses ....Mendelsshon
Dorothy Newell

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MaJestie-Mme. Olga Petrova in
"The Panther Woman."

Cases from F. W. Wilkinson. Trade ins's P~anuacy.~-A4v.

Arcade-Bert Lyteli in "Black-
ie's Redemption."

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ABOUT SECUR~IG ALLOWAN

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WHITE FLANNEL TROUSER

$8.50

There has been some misunder-
standing as to the .means qf ex-serv-
ice me obtaining the extra allowance
for traveling. Either the original dis-
charge, or a copy certified by a re-
cruiting officer must be sent with the
application. Copies certified by a no-
tary public will not be accepted.
Forms for application may be ob-
tained now at the Knights of Colum-
bus rooms over Calkins' drug store.

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Wuerth--Bllie Rhodes in "The
Love' Call."

Orpheum-Bryant Washburn In,
"Venus of the East."

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Picture Framing
,we carry a complete line of mouldings and all
stock. Our picture department is up-to-date in al
spects and lve can sale you money.
See our line of canoe paints. We solicit student patr

MRRORS L.E. WENZEL Swi
PHONE 84 207 E. LIBERT

A "OOL BATHING SUITS
$4.50
Rock, .pair Athletic Silkymull Union
Suits
$1.50 and $2.00

shubertaorrIek, Detroit-Jessie
Bonstelle company in "Yes or
No."
AT THE MAJESTIC

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MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
MMe. Petrova
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The Panthcr Woman
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Shows at 3:00; 1:00; 8:30,
Phones :
Theatre 29&M Mgr's Res., 231&-M

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How big business relaxes and
spends its swollen profits on the mid-
night pleasures of Broadway is vivid-
ly pictured in "Mary Regan" which is
the first National feature to be shown
at the Majestic with Anita Stewart
starring. The dates are"June 8,9 and
10.
Miss Stewart has the part of a
young girl whose mother .was a socie-
ty woman and whose father is serving
a penitentiary sentence, for theft.
She has determined to live so that
she may clear the reputation of her
family name and repay her father's
debt to society, She has refused to
to marry a detective because she is
unwilling to have her husband share
the stigmaof her father's name.
Peter Loveman an attorney, is the
head of one of the gangs which dress-
ed in evening clothes prey upon the
wealthy. He sees in Mary an ideal
tool. She is young, beautiful, educat-
ed and refined. He decides to use her
in throwing his net over Jack Morton,
the son of a rich man and inclined
to be wild.
These events lead rapidly to much
more exciting ones= which prove to be
the biggest scen~s in the picture, and
offer Anita Stewart remarkable oppor-I
tunities for exceptional acting.

Canoeing and
Picnic Parties.

You will find at our store a fine
line of Pickles and Preserves,
Patted Meats for Sandwiches,
in fact the makings for the

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Sat-7-Bert Lytell in "Blackie's Redemp.
tion" and Big-V Comedy, "Humbugs
and Husbands."
Sun-Mon-8-9-Tom Moore in "One of
the Finest" and "Smiling Bill" Parsons
in "Midnight Alarm."
Tues-Wed - 10-11 - Earle Williams in
"The Usurper;" Star Comedy, "Fun in
a Flat" and News Weekly.
WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-7-BILLIE RHODES in "The Love
Call." News and Comedy.
Sun Mon -8. - TAYLOR HOLMES in
"Taxi" arid a two-reel Charlie Chap-
lin Comedy, "Police."'
Tues-Wed-1O i-WILLIAM FARNUM
in "The Man Hunter." Also Lloyd
Comedy, "Pistols for Breakfast" and
News.
- COMING/-
HENRY B. WAITHALL in
"MODERN HUSBANDS"

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AT THE ARCADE

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One of the delightful Blackie stor-
ies, "Blackie's Redemption" will be
shown at the Arcade today and to-
morrow with Bert Lytell as the star.
Nearly everyone is acquainted with
the character which Jack Boyle has so
ably created for the Red. Book. mag-
azine. Blackie is remarkably human
and Bert Lytell is about the most na-
tural actor on the screen today. Alice

o Why should you buy an Electric Iron? Here is
good reason: To press your clothes, keep them trim and i
you feel better and you know you look better, have the p
perous appearance, you know.
You are judged more by the appearance of your clof
than whether they are the latest fashion.
Let us help you select the Electric Iron for you from
complete stock.
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPA
WILLIAM AND MAIN STS.
ANN ARBOR

finest kind of a lunch.

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-7--BRYANT WASHBURN in "Venus
of the East" (Ret.) with a News and
Comedy.
Sun-Mon-8-9--CARLYLE BLACKWELL
in "Courage for Two." Mutt and Jeff
Cartoon, "A Shell Game" and Ford
Weekly.
Tues-Wed-0-I11 -- ALBERT RAY and
ELINOR FAIR in "Words and Music
By" and "The Silent Mystery" No. 4.
" - COMING - "
"REBELLIOUS BRIDE"

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Attend the Upper Room Bible class
this evening and hear Mr. Robert Mc-
Candliss sing. The hour is from 7 to
8 o'clock.-Adv.

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WAXTID
-Six more men for another
to take charge of "Farmers'
purse" during July, August,
tember. Good pay to right
air address and reliability
s Agricultural experience
ssary. Instructor here to-
one 1775.
-A county agent in each
pper Peninsula counties to
extinguishers to business
mers, autoists, etc. This is
ble outdoor work which you
e permanent. Address Fire
in Sales Corporation, 23
Ave. West, Duluth, Minn.
-25 students to work during
in Machine shop, Wood shop
embly departments. Apply
ase at Broadway plant, Ann

FOR RBNT
FOR RENT-Rooms for summer
school, also for next'year. Shady
and cool for summer; new steam
heating for winter. Newly furnished,
fine location, two blocks from cam-
pus. Call 1579-J.
TO RENT-For coming year to in-
structors or upper classmen two
fine suites in private home, cen-
tral and modern. Telephone 786.
FOR RENT-For summer months,
five-room furnished flat, lower floor,
modern conveniences. 311 S. Fifth
Ave., Phone 2415-J.
FOR RENT-For the summer term,
two rooms in a strictly modern house
one block west of the campus. Phone
1878-M.
FOR RENT - Furnished apartment
during summer school session. Cut-
ting Apartment No. 14. Phone 352-M.
FOR RENT-The Daily ena rent any
vacant property for you. Try it.
gratify &H !- wvas Toa mn
WANTED-To rent a canoe for sum-
mer or buy. Kern 2438-M.

LOST
LOST-Cigarette-holder in case, am-
ber with silver-filagree, between
Caulkins and Engineering Arch. Re-
ward. 1423-R.
LOST- Dark green knit sport coat
taken by mistake from fourth floor
of Chem. Bldg. Call 188.
LOST-A black riding skirt lost in
Barbour gym. Finder please call
400-F2.
LOST-Gold Elgin watch with Buick
fob. If found call 2652. Reward.
O SALN
FOR SALE-Complete law library in
splendid location nearby. Business
location very excellent. Good pro-
position if taken at once. Establish-
ed business of twenty years. Ad-
dress C. B. Atherton, Gen. Delivery,
Durand, Michigan.
FOR SALE-A Yost Typewriter, $4.50.
One display plateglass show case.
Phone 2357-M between 2 and 5 P.
IlgILLAg OUS
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT,,STUDENTS.
YOUN MAN to assist in selling "Home
Photography" at fashionable sum-
mer resorts in northern Michigan.
Prefer one .who has had previous
selling experience. Lee F. Redman,
472 Kercheval Ave., Detroitfi, Mich.

That we still have plenty of those GENUINE
CORDOVAN OXFORDS (Packard make) and

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the price is still $10.00.

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Calf and Vice Oxfords,

$6.50 to, $9.00

Campus Boolery

304 S. STATE STREET

T - Small family,
l 'take furnished
all furnished house
Address Box D,

A full line of Tennis Shoes

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