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Tues-Wed- 2-3 - Buck Jones in "The
Last Straw" with Craig Kennedy stories
and ~aMutt & Jeff cartoon.
.Thurs-Fri-4-5-MontaguLove in "The
Steel King" with a news and comedy.
Sat-6-All star cast in "Oh Boy" (re-
turn date) also a screen magazine and
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Russel in "Six "NIGHTIE NIGT"
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ITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
S GLE E CLUB,
MAUDE KL EYN, Director
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AT
ichool Audiforirm
lay, March 4, 1920
8 o'clock
IT DAUGHTERS QUARTETTE
in
'OPULAR MELODIES
'HELYN METZ, Reader
IflOLIN ,QUAR ETTE
TICKETS 50c
AND SCHOOL OF MUSIC

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LIWHAHT IINUINb fAP HL
DCLEMENTS
Eighteenth century newspapers from
Regent Clements' library, which was
donated to the University, are now be-
ing catalogued and bound here in the
Library. "This is the largest collec-
tion in the West of newspapers print-
ed at that time," stated Librarian W.
W. Bishop.
Regent Clements purchased the pa-
pers from the American Antiquarian
society and the Massachusetts Histor-
ical society at a cost estimated be-
tween three and four thousand dol-
lars, .
The newspapers will be bolind in
250 volumes, each volume containing
the sheets printed by a newspaper for
a year or in some cases two years.
The majority of papers put out at that
time were weeklies with but four
pages. They were printed on strong
linen paper and are quite well pre-
,served.
Among the articles of interest in the
papers is the Declaration of Inde-
Oendence, which was printed in the
New Hampshire Gazette in the issue
of, July 20, 1776.
This collection of newspapers will,
be of great value in securing histori-.
cal, journalistic, and :sociological'
material of the eighteenth century.
The Stage

at other universities and institutions quisition commission has ta
can be obtained from the office of the in this city a total of 10,43
dean of the Graduate school. 1ments and 7,591 single ~rooms
WY THEATRE
ONE NIGH T ONLY A . .

NEW SCENERY

ONLY

1PANY PRESENTING

RETURN ENGAGEMENT

NEW

BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER
SIXTH SEASON
Charles Dillingham's Greatest of Musical Comedies

With' WA

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ORIGINAL NEW YORK GLOBE THEATRE PRODUCTION

SANDS IN "THE BELOVED CHEAT-
ER," TO APPEAR AT WUJERTH
THEATER TOMORROW. f
Kraemer Writes
Miagazine Artice
Dean Henry Kraemer of the Pharm-
acy college, is the author of "The Pro-
fessional Education of the Druggist,"
the leading article in the January is-
sue of the American Druggist. Dean
Kraemer's aiticle deals extensively
with the requirements of colleges of
pharmacy and their relation to both
retail druggists and prospective
pharmacists.
He suggests the establishment of
pharmacies as distinct from drug
stores, the former to be purely pro-
fessional establishments licensed to
compound prescriptions and to do an-
alytical and laboratory work for bioth
physicians and the public, while drug
stores would serve as commercial es-
tablishments and do only limited
pharmaceutical work.
The editor of theAmerican.Drug-
gist has received 'considerable cor-
respondence f r o m pharmacists
throughout the country commenting
on the force and scope of Dr. Kraem-
er's article.

Two years in N. X. City"

Two years In .-. City

WITH ITS WEALTH OF NOVEL EFFECTS AND WONDER9
SCENES, INCLUDING THE FLIGHT OF THE PAGODA
AIRSHIP
Caravans of Pretty Girls-Company of 70-Tingling-Jingling Ni
- And the Famous -
TOM BROWN'S CLOWN SAXOPHONE BAND

Prices: 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00

SEATS NOW AT SOX

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THE WHITNEY

A variety of entertainment is of-
fered in "Chin Chin," to be presented
by Charles Dillingham's large com-
pany tonight at .theWhitney. Music
of unusual excellence and. numerous
surprises embellish this dramatic fan-
tasy which is set off by a background
of a brilliant complexion.
Among the many novelty Interpola-
tions are a circus, bareback riders,
a" clown band, little Chinese maids,
mandarins, coolies, comedians, and an
abundance of entertaining grotesque
dancing.
"Chin Chin" is enacted in' seven
scenes, its properties require two bag-
gage cars for transportation, and the
producing company contains sixty-five
people, most of whom are girls who
appear in oriental costumes of many
designs and colorful hue.
The Screen

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College training counts if the career
of the hero of "It Pays to Advertise,"
Bryant Washburn's latest comedy, has
any significance. 'First it teachesA how'
to spend money and Incidentally accord
ing to this play, it endows the posses-
sor with remarkable ability to recoup
expenditures.
Washburn has the merry part of a
millionaire's son -who takes full ad-
vantage of his father's income un-
til the parent balks. in the battle of
wills and wits that follows, the son
leaves his father, and assisted by his
bride to be and an acter friend, sets
up a business of his own in opposi-
tion to his previous provider's.
Seizing on a catchy advertising
phrase and employing other novel de
vices, Washburn forces the enemy to
capitulate after many an entertaining
skirmish.
THE .ARCADE
Clumsy work prompted by good in-
tentions plunges Owen Moore, as Pat-
rick Murphy, into a sea of complica-
tions in "Sooner or Later," which will
be repeated today at the Arcade. Pat-
rick gladly agrees to be an amateur
detective for his friend, Robert Ellis,
and to locate the 'latter's wife who
Ellis thinks has deserted him.
Congratulating himself on having
at last located the missing wife, "the
friend in need" abducts a girl who
proves to be the wrong one and be-
fore long he finds himself married toI
a person who had been only a short
time before a total stranger.
Some of the interior scenes in the
corridors and rooms of the Waldorf-,
Astoria hotel are novel inasmuch as
they are said to be the first that the
management has allowed to be taken
for photoplay purposes.
THE WUERTH
"Love all the ladies and keep a
Chinese valet to sew on your but-
tons," is the motto of Bruce Sands,
the leading character in "The Belov-
ed Cheater," which will open a three-
days engagement tomorrow at the
Wuerth.
"The Beloved Cheater," which was'
produced by Gasnier, tells the story of,
Bruce Sands, the "devil among the
ladies," who has a friend who is the
exact opposite, and who attempts to
aid his friend in overcoming his bash-
fulness with interesting results.

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Gayety Comedy, "LADIES MUST DANCE"
DIAMOND'S ORCHESTRA

A Favorite Photoplay Artist in his
Best Role to Date
A VERITABLE "BARREL OF FUN"
A LAUGH A MINUTE
And the Show Lasts Over an Hour!
Take a Correspondence Course in Courtship
LST by Seeing Owen Moore in LAST
TODAY SOONER OR LATER TODAY

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By Lexis Allen Browne

Tomorrow-Monday
Earle Williams

Owen Moore
"SOONER OR LATER

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Fortune Hunt
THE LEAP YEAR PICTURE
This

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MING
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the Most
lomen
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Greatest Woman Picture Ever Filmed
The loves, temptations, yearnings of a modern woman's life-
In drama that sways the senses with its beauty, stirs every emo-
tion with its power.
See the battle of Wealth and Passion-Amazing New Year's
Eve cafe carousals in New York's "Midnight Joy Belt"-Intimate
glimpses of the stage and its hangers-on behind the scenes-The
great gambling palace, thronged with Fashion-Humor, pathos,
gorgeous spectacles-The most distinguished cast of principles yet
assembled in a screen production.
Don't miss the Revels at the Banquet of Wealth!
Three Big Days Starting
C 120VfV SU D A'Y

Not a word
to a soul!l
Didye ever
see a for-
tune hunter?,
There'll be
one at the
Arcade
tomorrow
and
Monday.
This may
your only
chance to

pose.

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will com-

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the
will

how much
greater is
romance th
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Asgmenrted OOchestra.

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