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April 15, 1919 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILN

Germans Deposit $5,000,000 for Food Science has proved that newspaper
Paris, April 14.-The French foreign "dvertising pays best. You can reach
office was dvised today that $55,000,- all the students and faculty through
000 in gold was deposited Tuesday by, The Daily.-Adv.
the Germans in the Belgian Nationall
bank at Brussels. The gold is collat- I
eral for the payment for foodstuffs Tenns Racket Restringing very
which the allies are permitting to en- promptly done at Wahr's University
ter Germany. Book Store.-Adv.
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NMchigan's
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,AT THE THEATERS
- TODAY -
Majestic - Henry Walthall in
"False Faces." Nall! Axmi, Man
of Mystery.
Areade-Enid Markey in "The
Romance of Tarzan."
Wuerth-Peggy Hyland in "The
Rebellious Bride." Also Lloyd,
and Mutt and Jeff comedies.
Orpheum - Enid Bennett in
"Naughty, Naughty!" and "A
Fight for Millions."
Shubert - Garrick, D e t r o i t
Charlotte Greenwood in "So Long,
Letty."
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus-"Chu Chin Chow."

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Don't miss some of this week's really.

big Attractions

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TODAY-Elmo Lincoln and Enid Markey in

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The screen's great epic story of adventurous, picturing the strange
events that befall Tarzan, White King of the jungle, when he follows the
beautiful American girl whom he ]has met in the wilds, toher home amid
the splendors of civilized society.
PERHAPS THE STRANGEST & MOST COMPELLING LOVE STORY EVER TOLD

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Tomorrow-May Allison in

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Favorite

Coliege Songs

Appearing today at the Majestic in
conjunction with the last showing of
"False Faces" which stars Hetry
Walthall, will' be seen Nalla Axmi,
more familiarly known to American
audiences as the man of mystery.
Experienced in the arts of crystal
gaing and telepathy, Axmi makes a!
'specialty of roaming through the audi-
ence, answering questions written on
paper, but unseen by him. eH is not
only able to answer such questions,
but can repeat such questions word
for word, naming the 'writer, and
sometimes giving the address of that
person.
"Crystal gazing, as a science or an
art, is older than the ruins of Egypt or
India," he says. "tI has been abused
by the ignorant and debased by su-
perstition."

"Peggy Does - - -

- Her Drndest"

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What do you suppose happens when "!Peggy Does Her Darndest?"
Prepare for a lot of surprises in this sparkling comedy-drama,
ivith Mlktay Alson as the mad-cap Peggy

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SUNDAY and MONDAY
Constance

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100 Tennis Rackets to select from at
Wahr's University Book Store.-Adv.
M AJ EST rO
4MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S ws Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
Henry Walthall in
"FALSE FACES"

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The Probation Wife

A Lady's Name

At Arbor, 144id.

IWgITNEY
THURSDAY, APRIL 17th,

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ADDED ATTRACTION
lN ALLA AXhI

£M1IOU HKRLL$t1N
SEATS NOW SELLING
Priees: Lower Floor $1050-$2
Balcony $141.50
Gallery 75c

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Shows at 3:0; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., as36-M
Tues-15-Elmo Lincoln andiM Ensar-
key in "The Romance of Tarzan"
(Ret.) ; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon, "'Land-
ing an Heiress" and Current Events.
.Wed-16--May Allison in° "Peggy Does
her Darndest"; Star Comedy, "Chicken
a la King" and Screen Telegram.

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Two popular sisters in two of their best pictures-
Each trying to outshine the other in her particular character.
See these two splendid features, then try to decide which
of the sisters you like best.
Saturday"
DESSIE LOVE in, "The Wishing Ring Man"

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UERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-12-EDITH ROBERTS in "A Taste
of Life." Also News and Comedy
Sun-Mn-13- 14-A LOIS WEBER pro-
duction, "Even As You and I'"Also
News and Comedy.
Tues-Wed-IS. 16--PEGGY. HYLAND in
"Rebellious Bride.". Lloyd and Mutt &
Jeff Comedies. Also Free Press Weekly.
MARY MILES MINTERS
- in-
"THE INTRUSION OF ISRAEL"
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00 330, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-12--JULIAN ELTINGE in "The
Widow's. Might." Also News and Com-
edy.
Sun-13-CHAS. RAY in "The Family
Skeleton." Also "The Lure of the
Circus," No. 13, and FordWeekly.
- COMING -
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
- in-
"MR. FIXIT"

He agreed to be her sweetheart just for a month

ALICE JOYCE

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Cut see what happens then
Comning-Next Tuesday and Wednesday

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LOST
LOST - In Waterman Gymnasium,
evening of April 4th, a Delta Upsil-
on Badge, in pearls, engraved on
back: "H. H. Perry, '16." Finder
kindly return to 1331 Hill street.
LOST-Let the Daily fnd that lost
article. Use these columns.

WANTED
WANTED--To buy a canoe. Must be
in good condition. Willing to pay
reasonable pr Address Box S,
Care of Michigan~ Dailyv
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - C-Saxaphone. phone
1038-M.

Ms *teGARRICK Sa.Mt and
$1.60 DETROIT Sec to $2
CHARLOTTE CREENWOOD In
"So Long Letty"
FAST AND FUNNY MUSICAL COMEDY

Here is THE picture you have been waiting ora It was a greatplay
but it is a greater picture.

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John Burketf Ryder believed a little mouse could not whip a lion.
Shirley Rossmore shows him otherwise

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