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May 11, 1919 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-05-11

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RAIL N

Lyndon, Photo-
nateur finishing.-

LYNDON, 719 N. University for fresh
Eastman Films. Open Sunday until
4:30 P. M.-Adv.
MAJE STIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S Ws Sunday
SUNDAY-MON DAY-TUESDAY
CECIL B. DEMILLE
PAESENTS
"For Better
For Worse"

Engineering News
The A. S. M. E. will hold its May
meeting Monday evening in room 445
of the Engineering building. Officers
for next semester will be elected.
Prof. John Parker will talk on "Elec-
tricity in Mechanical Engineering,"
and A. D. Althouse will talk on "Car
Performance."
The encouragement1of building ope-
rations by the government has caused
a greater number of vacancies in arch-
itectural offices than can be filled. Let-
ters are received by Prof. Emil Lorch
practically every day, asking him to
supply Michigan architects to fill the
vacant positions, and he is unable to
find enough men.
Prof. H. C. Anderson returned Sat-
urday from Newark, N. J., where he
has been testifying in a rate case.
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley was to re-
turn with- him, but he will not re-
turn until Sunday.
"ge }Come of Snertrne-
PHONE 2508

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Shows Today:1:30--3:00--4:30--7:0O--8:30

Today---Tomorr ow--- Tuesday

A RCADE
Shows at 3:o; 7:00;. 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Sun-Mon -- 11-12 - Louis Bennison in
"Speedy Meade" and "Smiling- Bill"
Parsons in "New Breakfast Food."
Tues-Wed-Thurs-13- 14-1 5-"The Better
'Ole" by Bruce Bail'nsfather,, and
(Tues and Wed) Star Comedy, "State
RoomSecrets" and Screen Telegram;
(Thurs) Christie Comedy, "For Love
or Money'' and Ford Weekly.' 25e.

Cecil

B.

DeMille

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Presents

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PWRON

WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sun-Mon-11-12 -FANNIE WARD in
"The Common Clay." Also an Ar-
buckle Comedy.
Tues-Wed-13-14-EVELYN NESBIT in
"A Woman, Woman." Also a, Lloyd
Comedy and Free Press Weekly.y
Thurs-Fri-15-16-LOUISE GLAUM in
"The Wolfwoman." Also an L-Ko
Comedy, "Let Fido Do It" and a Free
Press Weekly.
- COMING -
BILLIE BURKE in "PEGGY"

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S. FOURTH AVE.

ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Su i-Mn-11-12-JUNE ELVIDGE in
"The Tenth Case." Also "The Lure
of the Circus," No. 17, and Ford
Wekly, "A Visit to New Orleans."
Tues-Wed- 13-14-MADLAINE TRAV-
ERSE in "Love That Dares." Also a
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon Comedy.'
Thurs-15--ENID BENNETT in "When
Do We Eat ?" (Ret.). Also Current
Events'and Comedy, "Swat the Flirt."
- COMING -
PEGGY HYLAND in MISS ADVENTURE

We Do Panama
Hats Right
Notice
Panama fiats should be left with us at once
order to have themi ready for Straw Prat day
Don't wait until you are ready to wear your
Panama before you bring it in, let us have it
now so we can have it done in nice shape when
you want it. We use no acids, pastes or other
injurious compounds. We do only high class
Work and your hat looks new when you get it.
We renew your hat while other cheap hat
cleaning places ruin it. Bring your hat in now.
We also clean and reblock felt
hats, put on new bands, make
hats to order, etc.

jEi~t um-GloauY EQBTIER ,ER. VOR.SB '
'TP Picture,

Factory
1617 Packard St.

Hat Store
Phone 1792

ARCADE

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Today and Tomorrow

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Louis

Bennison

Better than "Don't Change Your Husband"

MI

and KATHERINE McDONALD
- IN -

ALL STAR CAST

Speedy
The faster you go, the quicker
you get there'.
That's why Louis Bennison is
called "Speedy Meade."
He's taking life easy in the
East when news comes from the
West! Tlhere's trouble brewing
there.
So "Speedy Meade" boards a
mile-a-minute train, saddles a

Teade"

Elliott Dexter, Gloria Swanson,
JaCk Ilolt, Theodore R obertfs

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Special Comedy Feature
Rip and Stitch,,

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Tailors

mile-a-minute horse, meets a
mile-a-minute girl, has a mile-a-
minute romance and-
But you really must see this picture. It is one of the speediest
dramas of the season.
We know you'll like the -picture; and as for the star-he has been
described as having
The build of a Jim Thorpe,
The smile of a tooth powder ad,
And the grace of a jazz band.
If you're a man, you'll envy him; if you're a girl-look out for
your heart!
ALSO "SMILING BILL" PARSONS IN "NEW BREAKFAST FOOD
"Smiling Bill" has the role of Leander Potts, manager of the
Frivolous Frolickers, whom the purity league of Pikeville has prevent-
ed from dazzling fhe townspeople with their dancing and their gor-
geous, though much abbreviated, costumes.
Watch him mete out punishment to the ones who are trying to
stop him!
Tuesday Wednesday - Thursday
"The Better 'Ole"
Another "SHOULDER ARMS"
From Bruce Bafru stather's famous book
"Fragments from France"

produced by
Sennett-Paramount Featuring
Highie Mack and a Bevy of
Pretty Girls.
AUGMENTED
ORCHESTRA

T1its Pane CinL . IoIL
Scente £rom'R.IP and. STITCH TN4ILORS
9aaiart d n - % & t zr'r/ , 'rnxt~

Adults 25C

Including

Tax

Children ioc

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Douglas Fairbanks in

Mary Pickford in

The Klliokorbooker Buokoroo,

Daddy Long Legs
The Pobie Ebent of the Season

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