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UULUILIIU WIN
GOERNENT

STATE
IANCE

And County

A Gift That Is Truly Appre
A Fine Watch Serves Constantly to
Remind of the Giver

Florence Billington
in1
The Day She Paid"

and Wm Duncan in
"The Silent Avenger"
rrnuninrrinrnrnriirnnn lifHI,
a rrickDetroit
The Bonstelle Co.
" BILLETED''

PAYING TWO MONTHS' PREMIUM
AGAIN RENDERS POLICY
VALID.
Ex-service men who have paid no
premiums on government insurance
since their date of discharge may rein-
state their insurance by paying two
months' premium regardless of the
date of discharge. Premiums for the
intervening months need not be paid.
The insurance must be reinstated
prior to July 1st, 1920, or withon eight-
teen months from the date of dis-
charge.,
It may be reinstated in full or in
part as desired and may be converted
into ordinary, or twenty-payment life,
or endowment, and after the first
year's premium has been paid the in-
surance policy has a cash surrender
value.

The Stage
GARRICK-DETROIT

Detroit

For the second week of her

tomorrow
a new one. Paint it today and
drive it out of the garage tl.
morrow.
" These Automobile Varnish
Colors are made in all the
poputar colors;. Easy to use
-flow on like cream. Come
in and ask for free booklet.

engagement Miss Bonestelle has elect-
ed "Billeted," the play written by F.
Tennyson Jesse and H. N. Harwood
in which Margaret Anglin recently
appeared. While the title would sug-
gest a war theme, the play is really
a light comedy full of breezy scenes
and epigramatic speeches.
The comedy's three acts take place
in the drawing room of Mrs. Betty Tar-
adine whose husband has left her
without notice. To relieve the mon-
otony of her life she decides to billet
a colonel. The opportunities for com-
edy are increased, when, to quiet the
village gossips she sends a telegram to
herself saying that her huband is dead.

Hugh E. Van de Walker, of Ypsi-
lanti, was elected chairman of the
new county community board at the
board's meeting here recently.
The Ladies Arbeiter society of Mich-
igan is holding its twenty-second an-
nual convention in the city. The so-
ciety convened for a three day ses-
sion yesterday.
Ann Arbor's Y. M. C. A. started its
program forsnational Boy Scout week
with a scout's field day held Monday
afternoon at the fair grounds. More
than 100 Boy Scouts took part in the
meet.
Word was received here yesterday
that due to anragreement between De-
troit United Railway linemen, motor-.
men, and conductors, there will be no
interruption of service on the inter-
urban lines between Detroit and Jack-
sonl. ,
ENGINEERING SOCIETY TO MEET
HERE FROM JUNE 29 TO JULY 2.
The Society for the Promotion of
Engineering Education will convene
in Ann Arbor June 29, to July 2.
At least 300 deans and department
heads representing the principal tech-
nical schools in the country will be
here, in the opinion of Prof. J. R. Nel-
son, local chairman of the committee.
A program consisting of excursions
to Detroit, conferences, discussions,
and a banquet on June 29 at which
Presidents Burton and Hutchins will
attend, has been arranged.
Headquarters for the Society will
be at the Union.
CRAFTSMEN'S LAST BANQUET
WILL BE HELD FRIDAY NIGHT
The Craftsmen's last banquet will
be held at: 6 o'clock Friday evening,
at the Masonic temple. Craftsmen and
Masons must sign list in either Cush-
Ing's or treasurer's office not later
than Thursday night. The senior war-
den of the grand lodge will install offi-
cers at the ceremony following the.
banquet.
You ,cannot afford to let your house
remain unpainted when with little
expense it may be made beautiful
and attractive, and value doubly in-
creased. None better made than our-
high grade "Lead and Oil" paint. C.
H. Major & Co., 203 E. Washington.
St. Phone 237.-Adv.
Star Polo Shirts with collars that
fit. $3.00 upwards. Wild & Co., 311 S.
State St.-Adv.
Fraternity Hat Bands-Wild & Co.,
311 S. State St.-Adv.

You give a beautiful watch today-and tomorrow and throughout
the endless tomorrows, it quietly ticks your message of love and
affection.
When you think of the giving of gifts, think of watches-and then
come in and let us show you our complete line. Let us show you
exquisite wrist watches, designed jn'gold and enamel, platinum
and diamonds-our men's watches, from the popular strap model
for the out-of-doors man to the sturdy thin watches that reveal an
entirely new conception of accuracy and beauty.
Our stock includes only standard makes-watches that have won
reputation for accuracy and reliability. So varied are the numbers
shown, however, that you will have no difficulty in obtaining the
individuality which is so desirable in a watch.
Even if you do not intend to buy now-come in. It will be worth
your while to see the newer designs in watches.

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HALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS

4

HERZ
Phone 353F1

SHUBERT-DETROIT

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"Tickle Tack Toe," billed as a mus-
ical outburst, with Sophie Tucker and
her syncopated band feature, is this
week's attraction at the Shubert-De-
troit.
"Tickle Tack Toe" is given in two
acts and 14 scenes and has more than
20 nusical numbers and several solos
and ensemble dance features. The
scenery, which, was also used at the
New York Princess theater, is said to
contain striking reproductions of
Times Square, the New York automat
restaurant, and the lobby of the Hotel
Ritz.. A spirit of profuseness is also
expressed in the costuming.

MODERN LAPNQU AGES
IN DEMAND
There has never been such a demand for teachers of the m
ern languages as at present. The enormous expansion of fore
trade-business, consular service, and so forth-of the Uni
States is also requiring large numbers of college men and wom
who know foreign languages. To meet these demands, the St
mer Session this year offers 19 courses in French, io)in Span:
2 in Italian, 13 in German, and 28 in English and Rhetoric.
ptrsuing these and other related courses 'this summer the tra
tional periods of residence may be materially shortened.
The Summer Session of the University of Michigan offers
struction in the following divisions of the University:
Literature, Science, and the .Arts, Engineering and
Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, Library Meth-
ods, Biological Station, Embalming and Sanitary Sqi-
ence, June 28-August 20; Medicine and Surgery, June
28--August 8; Law, June 21-July 24 and July 26-August
28; Field Courses in Geology and Geography in Southern
Kentucky, August 30-September 25.
Announcements and information may be obtained at ti
offices of the various Schools and Colleges. . For gener

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The Screen.

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THE MAJESTIC

information, address

And Sense"

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ollars and Sense

Vinsome Madge Kennedy, who has a,
devoted following wherever motion pic-
shown and genuine comedy is appre-
Octavus Roy Cohen, whose delight-
in the Saturday Evening Post are mark-
unique and highly fascinating \tang of
enneth Harlan, Willard Louis, Florence
Richard Tucker and other well-known
s.
Madge Kennedy is seen as Hazel Far-
orus girl, whose experience back stage
et served to rub the silver off her dreams.
o choose between poverty in the humble
and luxury under the protection of the
thy Stanhope, a persistent admirer.
iciously Funny Adventures
ALSO
Star Comedy:
)UT YOUR HUSBAND"
Bray Pictograph
25c CHILDREN lOc

Keeping its audience continually
mystified as to the motives of its her-
oine, "More Deadly Than the Male,"
will fekture Ethel Clayton today and
tomorrow at ttie Ma~estic.
In this picture Miss Clayton appears
as a beautiful young woman who, for
some unknown reason, subjects an
adventure-craving 'millionaire to a
variety of hair raising experiences.
Meeting the young clubman at a tea,
she persuades him to delay his pro-
posed trip to Zululand until after he
has visited her mountain resort.
Being circled by a poisonous snake,
and challenged to a duel, are but a few
of the exciting incidents that the guest
encounters.
THE ARCADE
Re-appearing in Ann Arbor after
a long absence, Madge Kennedy will
feature in "Dollars and Sense" to-
dqy and tomorrow at the Arcade. Miss
Kennedy, has been highly successful
both on the stage and the screen, hav-
ing starred on the former in several
comedies among which are "Twin
Beds" and "Fair and Warmer," and in
screen hits such as 'Through the
Wrong Door" and "Leave It To Su-
san."
In "Dollars and Sense" she has the
role of Hazel Farron, a penniless
chorus girl who meets a philan-
thropic baker just as she has reached
the end of her resources. The baker
is engaged in selling bread for less
than it cost him and giving it away
to the poor. Please4 with his plan
and admiring his high purpose Hazel
becomes his business manager. Be-
cause of misfortune she is confront-
ed with the problem of whether she
will make a supreme sacrifice or let
his idealistic plan fail.j
Select paper now for those rooms,
and have them papered during vaca-
tion. C. H. Major &Co., 203 E. Wash,-
ington St. Phone 237-Adv.
Patronise our Advertisers.--Adv.

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