M THEATRE i
ldine Farrar in
d the Puppet,"
mon in "Dull
n., Mon., 6, 7-Jack Pickford
he Little Shepherd of King-
Come," with a comedy and
es., Wed., 8, 9 - "Twilight
," and William Duncan in
Courteous and satisfactory.
TREATMENT to every custom-,
er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital 'ant Surplus, $600,000.00
Northwest Corner Main & Huron
707 North Universty Avenue
Norma Talmadge in "The Woman
Gives" will be shown again today at
the Majestic. The sto'ry concerns a
formerly successful artist, his pleas-
ure-seeking wife who was the cause
of his failure, a grateful pupil, who
attempts to bring about a reconcilia-
tion between her benefactor and the
wife who had deserted him, and a
young artist in love with the pupil.
Resolved to repay her debt to her
benefactor, his pupil undergoes a ser-
ies of hardships and is forced to risk
the love of her young artist sweet-
heart. Her adventures give rise to a
number of dramatic scenes.,
,Dollars and the Woman' will feat-
ure Alice Joyce again today at the
Arcade. In it are shown the experi-
ences of Dan Hillyer, an inventor, and
SUMMER SCHOOL, STUDENTS
Nobel's Boarding House
1212 South University willop
for summer session MONDA
JUNE 28. Three meals $7 Two meals $6
wife. Within a year after their mar-
riage the two find themselves penni-
less, with an uncompleted invention
their only hope for retrieving their
fortunes. Facing the situation, they
live in happiness through a period or
Although the sale of the completed
invention improves their material
well-being, it also brings discord with
it as Madge Hillyer shows that she,
has become miserly and her husband
finds cause for jealousy.
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Purdue university plans to-h.
new Memorial Union butiding.
atre, lobby, cafeteria, main and
cial dining rooms, dance hall, b
and pool rooms, bowling alleys,
for student activities, conf
rooms, and information bureau
be included among its features.
We set glass in any part of th
C. H. Major & Co., 203 E. Wash
St. Phone 237.-Adv.
k Co t
LAST SHOWING TODAY
on in "Love's Harvest"
Adults 35c Children lOc
FOUR WAYS TO WEAR
t A BEAUTIFUL GRUEN
As a wrist watch either with the gold bracelet ort
silk band; with a chatelaine at the waist; or as
sautoir at the end of a chain or ribbon around I
Whatever way you wear it, it will win the admi-
ration of your friends. And you can depend upon
it always for accurate time. That it is a product of
the Gruen Watchmakers' Guild is a guarantee of
You are invited to come in and inspect it.
HALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS
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LAST SHOWS TODAY SUN MON. JACK PICKFORD In
Farrarin "The World and It's Woman" "LITTLE SHEPHERD OF KINDO."COM"
ADULTS 25. CHILDREN 100