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May 22, 1920 - Image 5

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RENrT

THE "MAJESTIC

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Garrick Detroit
." MAMMA'S AFFAIR
BY RACHEL BARTON BUTLER

ne New Old Town Canoe and one
+v Morris Canoe with complete
[it including storage, and locoker
11 November first.5
Saund'er 's CanoeLivery

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Besides taking the stellar role in
"The Toll Gate," to be repeated to-
day at the Majestic, William S. Hart
wrote the scenario for the picture in
conjunction with Lambert Hillyer.
"The Toll Gate," which is said to be a
typical tale of the adventurous south-
west, has a full quota of bandits, hold=
ups, masked desperadoes, Indians, and
fights. Interest. is centered around
Black Deering, a bandit chief who is
persuaded to make one last holdup
after he has decided to reform and
who is betrayed by one of his follow-
ers.
When he regains his freedom he em-
barks on a number of stirring adven-
tures in carrying out his plans to "get
even."
-THE ARCADE
Will Rogers, the droll comedian of
"Jubilo" and several other recent suc-
cesses, will appear again today at the
Arcade in "Jes' Call Me Jim," whose
scenario was taken from J. G. Hol-
land's "Seven Oaks." Supporting him
are Irene Rich and his son Jimmy,
both of whom assisted Rogers in "The
Strange Boarder."
Charlie Chaplin in "The Pawn
Shop" will be shown again as an add-
ed feature.
THlE WUERTH
"Lefty" Flynn, All-American foot-
ball player and Yale' fullback, is one
of the participants in the "realistic
film fight in the picturization of Rex
Beach's "The Silver Horde" which be
shown tomorrow, Monday, and Tues-
day -at the Wuerth.
25 Doz. Young Mens' Caps this week
only. $2.00, $2.75 and $3.75. Davis
Toggery Shop. 119 S. Main St:-Adv.
Fine Straw ,Hats. Wild, & Co., 311
S. State St.-Advt.

* WERTH THEATRE
Fri., Sat., 21,:22-Williarr. Rus-
*sell in "Leave It to Mle,'* also.
: "Snub" Pollard in corned;: and
colored review.
Sun., Mon., Tues., 23, 24, a5.-
Rex Beach's "Silver Horde," and
"Diggs" in "Father's Close
,Shave."

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FESTIVAL SUNDiAY

Sat., 22-Eugene O'Brien in "A
Fool and His Money," with a
comedy and news weekly.
Sun., Mon., 23, 24-Bert Lytell
in "The Right of Way," with a
comedy and Ford weekly.
Tues., Wed., 25, 26-All Star
Cast in "The She Tiger," and
William Duncoan :in "The Silent
.Avenger.

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Pursuant to a custom established by this church, the
Sunday succeeding the May' Festival will be observed with
special music-on this occasion compositions of Tschaikow-
sky..
The sermon-lecture by Lloyd C. Douglas will treat on
"The Folly of Getting There."
Strangers in the city, cordially welcome.
It will be of advantage to come early. The ushers will
seat no one during, the rendition of the musical numbers.

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Better because it
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all, while it costs
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square yard applied.
High Standard has' been
made for 50 years--of noth-
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materials obtainable.
rWe want you to try it on
your next painting job.. You
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Tomorrow-= Theee Days

The. scruing in rug wear alone will pay for
the 4TIORPJNGTON. It removes the,
gritty, introdden dirt that cuts the fabric.
It brightens up the delicate colorings 'of
your expensive rugs and carpets and adds
years to. their life. 'Free demonstration.

WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP

""THE- TOLL GATE"9'
OTHER ADDED .FEATURES
AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA
ADULTS-- 35c - KIDDIES - l0c

THE SHOP OF QUALITY
- 300 E. Washington St.

Phone 273

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Direcfed b4 GEORGE ARCllAINBAUl

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
LAW SCHOOL
Three-year course leading to degree of 1Doctor
of Law (J.D.), which, by the Quarter (system
may be completed in two and one-fourth calendar
gears. College education required for regular ad-
mission, one year of law being counted toward
college degree. Law library of over" 46,000 vols.
The Summer Quarter offers special opportuni-
ties to students, teachers', and practitioners.
First term 1920, June :21-July 28 ~
Second term July 29-September 3
Courses open in all Departments of the Univer-
sity during the Summer Quarter.
*For A nnouncement address
DEAN OF LAW SCHOOL, THE UNVERSITY OF
CHICAGO
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109 S. MAIN ST.
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Your Opportunity

Bostonian and Packard Cordovan Oxfords
That sell at $16.60 and $15.00 regulary which we have priced at

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We, are trying to do our share in keeping the H. C. L. as low 'as,
possible.

Campus Bootery
304 SOUTH STATE STREET4

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