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ARMENIAN DECLARES PRESS
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LICE JOYCE IN "DOLLARS AND
THE WOMAN," TO BE SHOWN
TODAY AND TOMORROW AT THE
ARCADE.

The Screen

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Actuated by sincere gratitude toward
the man who had started her on a suc-
cessful career, Norma Talmadge, as
n St. Inga Sonderson, in "The Woman
Gives," which will be shown today and
tomorrow at the Maestic, risks both
her life and her happiness. Before
becoming a magazine artist Inga had
been an artist's model and through
Robert Milton, who afterward became
a dope fiend, she and Robert Milton,
another artist, had attained success.

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er plan to repay their benefactor,
has been deserted by his frivolous
threatens to estrange her from
:n, whose conviction that she is
ithful to him is mof-e firmly estab-
d when he sees her defying con-
ions in carrying it out. After a
ber of dramatic scenes, her acts
explained and justified, and the
>y enjding follows.

Declaring that the mandate has not
been fairly represented by the Ameri-
can press in its full meaning, N. L.
Mongouni, an Armenian student grad-
uating with this year's senior class of
the literary college, recently gave his
opinion of the question as based on
letters stating existing conditions.
"Armenia does not want an Ameri-
can army but a certain amount of ma-
chinery, materials and financial aid to
develop her rich natural resources
consisting of oil, coal, cupper, brass;
manganese, silver, gold, and salt. What
she wants is a corps of 'American effi-
ciency experts, military officers, politi-
cal advisors, and business men. In the
couse of ten years her position will
have become stabilized and further as-
sistance will be unnecessary.
Hias Strategic Positien
"Situated as she is with Russia on
the north, Mesopotamia on the south,
and the Latin countries on the east,
she is the key to; Russian and Near
East trade which is expected to com-
pose about forty per cent of America's
future foreign commerce. Under Amer-
ican supervision Armenia could be
made a store-house for American
goods before delivery to this trade.
"At present she stands in constant
fear of Russia on the north because
of Russia's desire for a route to a
warm water port through Armenia.
The United States would ble in a post-
tion to guarantee the sovereignty of
Armenia and also come to a satisfac-
tory understanding with Russia con-
cerning a sea route, which is an eco-
nomic necessity for her future devel-
opment"
IS ONLY SURVIVOR OF BODY
THAT NOMINATED LINCOLN
Addison G. Proctor, a veteran of the
Civil war, residing in Ann Arbor, Is
the only surviving delegate to the Re-
publican convention held in Chicago
in 1860, which nominated Abraham
Lincoln, according to E. E. Wood, ield
secretary of the Chicago Historical so-
ciety. Mr. Proctor was a 21-year-old
delegate from the state of Kansas.
Mr. Wood has just prepared what he
regardh as the most complete a'ccount
of events of the Republican convention
of 60 years ago, which was the second
national convention and the first to be
held in Chicago. Relics of the cam-
paign of 1680, including the oil paint-
ing of the "rail splitter," are preserved
by the Chicago Historical society. d
LIBRARIAN BISHOP ATTENDS
CONFERENCE IN COLORADO
Librarian W. W. Bishop is attending
a conference of the American Library
association, scheduled to be held from
June 2 tolJune 7, at Colorado Springs.
Mr. Bishop was president of the asso-
ciation for the last two years and had
charge of the work of keeping soldiers
and sailors supplied with books and
magazines. More than $4,000,000 was
spent for this purpose during the war.

Hey Boy! Have You Tasted The Goc
Food AtThe ARCADE?
Pure foods at low prices, prepared by experts.
Everything displayed on our forty-foot steam
serving tables.
Select just what appeals to your. own indiv
appetite.
Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey cream.

Nickels Arcade

Kindness, courtesy, and good service

prevail here.

NOTICE TO

COLLEGE MEN AND WO H OTCL

CLAU-DE

Up the St

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SELL YOUR

DISCARDED.

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ARCADE
Thrift instead of 'extravagance is the
cause of the discord between Alice
Joyce as Madge Hillyer, and her hus-
band in "Dollars and the Woman,"
which will be shown today and tomor-
row at the Arcade. For the first years
after their marriage Hillyer, who was
an improvident inventor, and his wife,
a former society girl, squander their
resources, but they face their poverty
with a spirit of self-sacrifice.
Their first misunderstanding results
after they meet with better fortune
through the sale of one of Hillyer's in-
ventions. When he returns after re-
ceiving his first payment for his patent
rights, he finds that her recent experi-
ence has 'made his wife stingy. Their
difficulties increase when Hillyer dis-
covers his wife giving money to one
of her former lovers and she refuses
to give him an explination.

He buys everything in the line of
ing and pays the highest cash f
A phone call will bring the wag
your address.

be obtained at the
ges. For general

120 N. 4th Ave.

Telf

(East side of Court House)
Calls answered evenings 'ti1 9 o'c

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Line to Select From

THE QUALITY OF

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BACK COATS

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Has been carefully maintained for thirty-five years.

CONNOR TRADEMARK is your protection are

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you of a deliciously wholesome product that contains
highest food value.

Urennan

ASK FOR IT

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Telephone 152 R.

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