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September 29, 1919 - Image 11

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pper has made itself equal with
and, other precious metals by in-
ng itself in a romance. Hard to
ve, it may be, yet William Far-
by clever acting has made the
rhile dull metal, live in a photo-
:ull of action and, featured by a
strain that has made it a beaut-
romance.
'olves of the Night," is the picture.
uum is- the star. The plot is wov-
round the spectacular fortune of
id States Senator W. A. Clarli.
AT THE ARCADE'
ere may have been gloom in the
.s of some of the audience at the
de theater before the show start-'
ast ,evening. No one knows of
se what private worries and
>les people may bring to a the-

them.
>k any;

But it is sure that
gloom home, for the

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he was in wonderful

uglas Fairbanks',big new picture,
Majesty, the American," the in-
production of the Mary Pickford
arlie Chaplin-Douglas Fairbanks
W. Griffiith combine, United Art-
corporation, the co-called ."Big
," was presented on the screen of
Arcade for two days and will have
,st showing this afternoon'and eve-
the Fairbanks' picture is a sample
rhat the "Big Four" pictures are
g to be like, we're for them. Fair-
s has never been seen in a pic-
that approaches "His Majesty, the
rican," and we realize that that is
ag something, but we believe you
agree with us in that matter. It
s with a rush, and goes on with
, and ends with a rush. It is of
, clean fun and humor, up-to-the-
ite in its appeal, and as prettily
e a film as we have seen in many
dose who have not been at the
Wde for a few days will be interest-
, know that it has just installed
artola, a musical instrument de-
ed by 'a noted musician especially
motion picture houses. Mr. Cow-
of Chicago, who is now playing it,
ae of the best Bartola players that
be secured in the country. Hear
nd tell the management how you
it, It believes you will be en-
lastic about it,
ose heaf Note Books -> The
ndard" at Wahr's, 816 S. State

IlUUIIId rilUviuiv FUll
ALLUNIERSITYWOMEN
DEAN JORDAN ARRANGES FOR
MORE HOUSES ON RETURN
TO CITY
Rooming problems, so far as wom-
en of the University are concerned,
have been solved very satisfactorily
so far and no one has yet been turned
away.
When Dean Myra B. Jordan return-
ed to Ann Arbor on Sept. 6 she was
confronted with the problem of es-
tablisbhing good rooming houses to ac-
commodate 253 new girls who were
without rooms. About 20 additional
houses were, upon satisfactory inspec-
tion, added to the list of University
houses and the prospective students
telegraphed to prepare to come.
The enrollment of women in the lit-
erary college this year will be the
greatest in the history of the Univer-
sity. On Friday night the number of
women enrolled in that college was
856. At the same time three years ago
the "number was 616 which was later
proven to be about one-half the full
enrollment. Basing conculsions on this
fact, about 1,700 women may be ex-
pected to be enrolled this year in the
literary college. On Saturday night
it was reported that 635 new women
had been registered of which 400 were
freshmen.
MANY 'LEGION POSTS BEING
FOUNDED THROUGHOUT STATE
Lansing, Sept. 28.-Michigan is be-
lieved to have set a record in the or-
ganization of American Legion of
Honor posts with sixty-six formed in
the two -months since the national or-
ganization was launched. No au-
thentic reports on the membership
have yet -reached Lyle 'D. Tabor, state
secretary, because of the rapid growth
of the' posts, particularly in several
of the larger cities.
Colonel George Waldo, state, presi-
dent, is now engaged in a booster tur
of the state, instructing soldiers and
sailors in forming new locals.
VISIT, OF CARDINAL MERCIER
URGED BY DETROIT CATHOLICS
Detroit, Sept. 28.-An effort is be-
ing made by Detroit Catholicsto have
this city included in the itinerary of
Cardinal Mercier, primatetof'rBel-
gium, on his forthcoming tour of the
United States. The cardinal is said
to be particularly anxious to visit the
lake region and Pacifc northwest to
gratify a lifelong wish to travel over
the country through which his uncle,
M. Croquet, worked as a missionary
among the Indians.
exican Amnesty Bill Opposed
Mexico City, Sept. 28.-A bill recent-
ly introduced in the senate to grant
complete amnesty to all persons of
good faith 'who are now in arms
against the' government has evoked
approval by many legislators and
others. However, Luis Cabrera, sic-
retary of the treasury, who many
times has acted as the mouthpiece for
the government,"'has termed such a
bill politically inexpedient and wholly
unadvisable in view of the elections
to be held next July. Debate over the
measure promises to afford some ex-
citement in the upper house of con-'
gress.
Club Will Breed Rabbits for Fur
London, Sept. 28.-An organization.
known as the Beveren club has been
formed here to breed rabbits for their
fur. The scheme is being run on co-

operatives lines.
The blue Beveren and the Havana
rabbits are the strain which the club
intend to rear. The fur of the blue
Beveren is of lavander blue and is
long, lustrous, fine and silky. That
of the Havana is of a rich chocolate
and is thick, fairly long and fine. It
is hoped to produce from these rab-
bits natural furs, the color of which
will not fade.
Used Furniture Wanted. I pay the
highest prices for used Furniture,
Carpets and Rugs. H.,A.' Bishire, 66
Lincoln, Detroit, Mch.-Adv.

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615 E. LIBERTY

He'd Make Ty Cobb
Look Like A Rookie
He had every thing that Christie Mathewson had
in his palmiest days--except Christie's speed, curves
and brains, But, Oh! Boy Nervet--Some Nerve'
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