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Last Tignes Today

WASHBURN

In
"Love Insurance"

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ARCADE
Shows at 3;00;7:00, 8:30
Phones , -
Theatre, 295-M( Mgr's Re.s~ 3x6-M

An army retail store was opened
'yesterday morning by the U. S. Quar-
termaster corps at 213 North Fourth
ayenue with Mayor E. M. Wurster
temporarily in charge. At the present
time the store has a stock of 'two
carloads of general merchandise, food,
and canned goods for sale at lower
prices than can be found at any other
places.
The prices are fixed by the govern-
ment and as there is no overhead ex-
pense the prices are low. Mayor Wur-'
ster stated that the goods are sold at
these stores to insure equal distribu-
tion.
The articles purchased are not
wrapped nor are any deliveries made.
There is such a demand for the goods
that nothing will be reserved and for
this reason purchasers are asked to.
come prepared to take their purchas-
es away with them. Everything is to
be sold and taken away just as It
stands.

Musical talent has been mustered
together in aniunusual degree in "Red
Feather" which will be repeated for
the last time at the -Whitney this after-
noon. The vioce of.the principals and
choruses show quality not commonly.
found in the amateur opera.
Aside from the singing .itself, the
songs by Reginald Deloven are var-
ied and catchy. Among the numbers
which stand out most are "The Little
Milliner," "To Call Thee Mine," and
the well known waltz, "The Garden
of Dreams.".e
"The Little Milliner," as sung by.
Evelyn Rockwell and her chorus of
milliners, is one of the hits in the
opera. Two of. the-principals, Pearl
McGeoch-Walcott, who has the-role of
"Red Feather," and James Hamilton,
playing. the part of Captain Trevor,
-attain perfection in shading and harm-
ony. in "To Call Thee Mine." 'Another
of the best numbers is Marion Tre-
.leaven's interpretation of. "The Garden
of Dreams."
Robert Dieterle, Michigan opera and
May Festival singer, sings in a man-
ner that causes listeners. to wish that
more musical work had been assign-
ed to him.

VAN'S LUNG

Where They All G
.For Service and Quality

lye Thomas in "The
and Charlie Chaplin in
r." (Ret.) ' -
-Will Rogers in " Ju-
Comedy, "His Master's
Monologue.

1116 S. UNIVERSITY

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Newark Club Banquets Tonight
Initiates to the Newark, N. J., club
will be tendered a banquet at 7 o'clock-
Saturday evenink in the Union. All
.members of the club will be expect-
ed to be present at the gathering. A
program has been arranged 'for the
'evening.-
Patronize the Daily Advertisers.

The Screen

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New Fancy Shirts
with collars to
match

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Neckwear

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" THE MAJESTIC
Betting against cupid is uncertain in
.any case as the insurance company in
"Love' Insurance," featuring- Bry-
ant Washburn again today at the Ma-
jestic, discover. Washburn is sent to
make sure that a client's marriage
takes place, but weakening, he- falls
in love with the girl whose marriage
he has been instructed to bring about.
THE ARCADE
Social barriers are temporarily
overlooked in the English "point to
point" race which is a pivotal incid-
ent in "The. Glorious Lady," featur-
ing Olive Thomas in the part of 'a
peasant girl, for the last times today
at the Arcade. Rich. and poo'r alike
shire their enthusism for the sport
,and while attending the race the Duke
of Loame becomes aware of the
charms of a girl far-below himin
rank. Following his impulses he mar-
ries her but afterwards decides that
,he has made a serious mistake. This
Is the situation which 'confronts his
bride. How she wins back his love
forms the conclusion of the -story.
Special sale of greeting cards' and
fine Christmas stationery. 0. D. Mor-
ril, 17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.

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GLORIOVS LA

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Supported by MATT
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Varsity
Toggery

a half-nelson on a roll that
use his power he found that
had bet that the girl would
t the company won the bet.

Shop,

per cent new. Don't miss it!

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1107 South University'Ave.

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SHOWS START
2:00-3:30
7:00-.8:30

FOR

CHRISTMAS

You haven't seen the most glorious
Olive Thomas in "The Glor
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Calendars for picture-inserts, Christ-
mas Cards and Albums make ideal
gifts.

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FLOOR

.NITA STEWART
Comedy-Drama of Life "Behind the Wings"
) THE PAINT-GIRL"
a chorus girl got her name in electric lights in
front of the theatre

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Tomorrow and Monday

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Lyndon and Company
719 North University
Headquarters for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies

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