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January 17, 1919 - Image 4

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Dalton stands for joyousness.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'HE THEATERS

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* Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-"Par-
* lor, Bedroom, and Bath."
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* Majestic - Dorothy Dalton in
* "Vive La France."

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Alice Brady in "The
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Second Marriages

y, "Are
.ppy ?"

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Wuerth-Margarita Fisher in *
"The Mantle , of Charity," also *
comedy.

play shows her at her best. Dittmer's
animal study pictures and a selected
comedy will be shown at the same
performances.
Sunday one of the year's sensa-
tional pictures, Anita Stewart, in
(slight-rmpLliss.... teloseupp n nn
"Virtuous Wives," will start its run
at the Majestic. It comes directly
from the huge Madison theater,- in
Detroit, where it has drawn immense
crowds for a long run! It deals with
the complicated questions of conjugal
rights and duties in a!manner en-
lightening and sincere without being
offensive.
of Nor mal Tines
American flags again appear float-
ing from State street fraternity hous-
es for the first time, since last summer.
During the stay of the S. A. T. C.
those zealous privates who believed
cleanliness to be next to godliness
used the flag ropes upon which to hang
drying garments. It was a common
sight to see blouses, trousers, and
leggings displayed to the four winds"
of State street. Many ingenious de-
vices were contrived whereby the
clothes could be pulled in most exped-
itiously.
Now it is freshmen who replace the
privates in hauling in the flag at sun-
down, instead of the day's line of dry-
ing uniforms.
Those who advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily cater to ALL Michigan
students.-Adv.

BASE HOSPITAL UNIT 17
TO 0E RELEASED FIRST

* Orpheum - Pete Morrison in

M. C.
TO

VIADUCT SOON
BE COMPLETED

* "Love's
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public. So far as it can be ascertain-
ed the new craft has never been em-
ployed against any enemy vessel.

Pay Day," also L-Ko

Use the Daily to reach the
Four thousand students read
morning.-Adv.

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AT THE MAJESTIC

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"When the good American dies he{
goes to Paris." So said one of the
greatest of Americans. Dorothy Dal-
ton makes it very clear why France,
and not Ireland, is the real heaven,
in spite of a popular song to the con-
trary. The qualities that make French
women the toast of the world are dis-
played by Miss Dalton in her play,
"Vive La France," at the Majestic
theater Friday and Saturday. Missj

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ICivillan Clothes

UNIT HAS BUSY TIME WITH THE
WOUNDED AND "FLU"
PATIENTS,
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'Dijon, Jan. 13 (delayed). - The
American Base hospital No. 17, at
Dijon, will probably be among the
first to be evacuated and the person-
nel released to return to the United
States. This unit was among the
first to arrive in France. It was es-
tablished in Detroit in July, 1917. At
present there are about 2,100 patients
in the hospital, the majority of whom
were wounded lin the fighting at Ar-
gonne.
Had 2,800 Patients
Colonel Angus McLean, the com-
manding officer, told a Herald corre-
spondent that the hospital had ac-
complishef excellent work, especially
through its surgical staffs operating
at the front. The hospital had its
busiest time during last August, Sep-
tember and October, when the number
of beds -numbered almost 2,800. The'
staff of 46 medical officers, 100 nurs-
es and some 300 or more enlisted men
were kept busy day and night.
Since last July nine surgical teams
have been sent to the front. Each
team is composed of three surgeons,
two nurses and two corps men. Two
of the teams were cited for their ex-
cellent work.
Treats Returning Prisoners
Major H. N. Torrey, of Detroit, who
was on duty in the Argonne, said that
It was by far, the most difficult time
that the American surgeons had en-
countered, especially with the Span-
ish "flu" raging. Recently the hos-
pital has been receiving the British
prisoners of war who have been re-
leased from Germany. They continue
to straggle in two or three at a
time from Switzerland.
Bed Cross Appreated
,e The Red Cross organization has
been a great help to the hospital. It
is proving to be a great pleasure to
the .wounded by serving hot choco-
late at stated hours during the morn-
ing and, afternoon.
Dartmouth has a course in orches-
tral music offering three semester
hours, one recitation and two labor-
atory periods.
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Wuerth Theater
SELECT FEATURE PICTURES
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
Thur-Fri-6-17-Margarita Fisher in
C "The Mantle of Charity." Also Co-
edy. =
Satr-Fr-ank Keenaw in "The =
Bells." Six. parts. Also News and r
Sun-Mon-i 9-0-Robert Warwick inE
"The Accidental Honeymoon"
Weekly and Comedy.
.; ues-Wved-21-2-ILucille Lee Stewart=
in "The leventh Commandment."
r. Six parts. Comedy.
T I hur-Fri-23-24-Florence Reed in
"Struggle]Everlasting." Six parts.
Also Comedy. =
Sat-25-Gabyi es sin "Infatuation."
Also News and Comedy. =
Sun-Mon-2627-William Russell in
"Hobbs in a Hurry." Six parts. =
= Weekly and Comedy.
SOrpheum Theater
PARAMOUNT AND ARTCRAFT C
PICTURES
T 2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
Thur-Fri-i67-PieteMorion in =Aeti-
= "Love's Pay Day." Also 2reel _r
= L-Ko Comedy. =
Sat-,S8-Edith Roberts in "Set Free."
SAlso News and Comedy.=
=Sun-x -Marguerite Clark n "Out of =
the Clear Sky." Also Eddie Polo in
= "The Lure of the Circus," shown
each Sunday and Monday for 15
weeks. =
r, M4on-2o-Vivian Martin in "A Petti-
coat Pilot."'Also ddie Polo in=
- "The Lure of the Circus," shown _
each Sunday and Monday for " 15
, weks

Tues-21-Enid Bennett- in "The Mar-
riage Ring." /Third Episode, Wil- B
'r liana Duncan in "A Fight for .Mil-
Balins."=
GARRICK We d Matnees
TITWednesday and
DETROIT° I Saturday
TH JOYOUS FARCE
PARLOR, BEDROOM AND OATH
SPECIAL NEW YORK CAST

BRITISH GIVE
REAL SU B

London, Jan. 15.-The real story of
the submarine cruisers the British suc-
cessfully constructed during the time
the Germans were boasting of their
super-submarine, was made public by
the admiralty today.
The British craft have two funnels
and make 24 knots an hour on the
surface under steam power. They car-
ry from eight to ten torpedo tubes, two
or three four-inch guns, and also are
equipped with internal combustion
motors for surface cruising. The bat-
teries for the undersea power can be
charged from both the steam and com-
bustion engines. An ingenious scheme
has neen devised for quickly dis-
mantling the funnels for submerging.
It is also known that the British
have successfully built a submarine
carrying a 12-inch gun, although the
details of this craft have not been made
2-3:30-7-8:30
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday

PHONE P
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Shows at sh
2:00
3:30
8:30
TODAY-TOMORROW
DOROTHY DALTON
"tVIVA-LA FRANCE"
Ditmars Animal Studies Selected Coo
COMING--SUNDAY-3 DAYS
ANITA STEWART
"VIRTUOUS WIVES'

The Michigan Central viaduct just
south of Ypsilanti is expected to be
finished within a month or six
weeks, should the present weather
conditions continue. The work was
held up for some time by the failure
of the D. U. R .to build a temporary
bridge around the site of the new
structure. This was not done until
the first of December.
Now that the interurban cars are
running over a temporary bridge the
work of pouring the concrete for the
viaduct is progressing rapidly. The
county engineer is filling the ap-
proaches as quickly as the work on
the abutments permits, which will
allow the crossing to be opened to
traffic as soon as the viaduct is com-
pleted.

When You Think of
Good Clothing
Think of
N. F. Allen Co.
Main Street
Mid-Winter
Sale Now On

OUT
STORY

TODAY
DOROTHY DALTON
"VIVA LA FRANCE"
SELECTED COMEDY
COMING SUNDAY,
4Virtuous Wives'

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A R CADE
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones :
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 23x6-M
Thu-Fri-16-17-Alice Brady in "The
Death Dance," and Christie Comedy,
"Are Second Marriages Happy?"
Sat-18--Earle Williams in "The Man
Who Wouldn't Tell," and Big-V
Comedy, "Roots and Riots."
Sun-Mon-19-2o-Mae Marsh in "The
Racing Strain," and "Smiling Bill"
Parsons in "A Pair of Pink Paja-
mas.

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We have a large and beautiful
line of Spring Woolens in
stock now.

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Are here and are decidedly novel in effects and coloring.
quality and offer the best values we have ever shown.

They have a touch of smartness that will surely a ppeal to the lover of the modern.

All are of

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Estimates given on.all first class work. We employ only skilled, competent men and guarantee all our work.

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