TE Ml CHUbAN DAILY
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AT THE TREATERS_
Special services in honor of Memn-
orial day at Ann Arbor churches this
morning and evening will attempt to
give particular meaning to the day as
a commemoration of our soldier dead.
At nearly every church in the city
some special reference to the occa-
sion will be made either in th~e sermons
or music that will accompany the ser-
Memorial Sunday will be marked at
the Congregational church by a ser-
mon by the pastor at the 10:30 o'clock
services on "~The Soldier Emeritus."
"Memorial Service" is the subject of
the morning devotions at the Presby-
terian church. At 6 o'clock in the
evening there will be a meeting un-
der the direction of the World Service
department, whose subject will be
At the First Baptist church the Rev.
J. M. Wells will speak on " Peace and
Armament." Sunday school will be
held at noon, followed by a Guild meet-
ing at 6:30 o'clock.
"Prepare for Peace or .War" will be
the minister's subject at the 10:40
o'clock service of the Unitarian church.
He will give a frank discussion of the
problem as a. moral issue, with spec-
ial reference to the meaning of Me m-
orial day in relation to it.
Holy Communion at St. Andrew's
Episcopal church at 7:30 o'clock will
be followed by the annual service in
honor of the veterans of three wars at.
10:30 o'clock, with a sermon by the
rector on "The Reason for War."' The
address by the curate at 4:30 o'clock
will be a continuation of the subject,
The pastor 'of the First Mthiodist
churohi will discuss "The Art 'of 1te-
coliiig" at the 10,$Q o'clopl sp vie.
bMpsical vespers will be sung by the
choir at4 :30 o'clock in the 4fterigoon,
With some well known works of Got-
pd and Mendelssohn for themes.
Memorial service in particular hon-
er of the soldier dead of the parish
will be given at the Church of Christ
(Disciples). A song service and ser-
Tron on "Livng Waters" Will be the
subject at 7:30 o'clock i4 the evening.
lFfajestle--"What Every Woman
Knows," Sir James M. Bar-
rie's production. Also Topics,
comedy, "Nobody's Wife," and
Burton Holmes travelogue.
Arcade- "The Faith Healer," a
George Melford production.
Toonervi lle Follies, Kinograms,.
and Bray picto.
PACKARD STREET CAR JUMIPS;
TRACKS; NO INJURIES RESULT
A southeast bound Packard street
car was derailed in the rain storm at
6:50 o'clock Friday night when the
trucks jumped the tracks on Packard
street ,at Monroe. The car which was
turned almost end for end remained
upright, however, the several passeng-
ers being uninjured. An interurban
car, towed the street car out of the
way, and traffic was not held up.
Want anything? If you want what
you want, when you want it, use a
Want Ad in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.
Will remain open
613 Lobos-ty St. E
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Dancing, Wampler's Lake
Tuesday and Friday during the
-.Constance Binney in
Magic Cup.." Harold
comedy, "Now or Never."
E. Wash'gton St.
FOrpheum-Pola Negri in "Pas-
GArrick (Detroit) -The Bons-
telle company 'in the snappy
musical comedy, "Clarence."
Shiubert (Detroit)-D. W. Grif-
flth's' latest great production,
"Wtay Down East," with all of
the Griffith :stars.
Use the advertisinj columns of T~he
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's. buyers.--Adv.
SHIRT SALE at
721 North U~niveristy
THE. EBERBACH & SON. CO.
200 - 204 EAST LIBERTY STREET
OUR STOCK, IS COMPLETE
Famous Two Piece Suits
with White Belt
One Piece Pacific Coast Suits
GaD tuer and Matters--San Francisco
Pfister Knitting Mills- San Francisco
Jautzen Knitting Mils-Pertiaud, Oregon
P 'HOtN E
Trunks In everything
711:NM Univ. Ave. Next to Arcade Theatre
NEY Friday and Saturda]
Theatre June ,8 and 4
Amatetir ?Fi king of
Tiw f ter $01,r
We have a, complete line of
hiking, Riding and Sport Breeches
for men and women.
Mtrnson Army Shoes, Cordovan and Wrap Puttees,
Khaki and 0. D. Shirts, Suits and Rain Coats,
The Daintiest, Darlingest Musical Comedy of 'Em All
Edgar J. MacGregor Presents, the Original Knickerbock(
Theatre, N. Y., Cast and Chorus Intact
iPUI !W ARROW
4ie. UNIVR$ITY Ata
Blankets, 'Barracks Bags, Tents, Mess Can.s'
Hats, Compass, Ponchos, Underrweal\ Saks,
BATHING SUIT,, .etc.
It will pay you to get our, prices
Dry clening add4s to
the life of your'
The =amount rerqcit C to haviL your garments cleaned is a
wise, econu-M! .al inves*ent. Your clothing will give longer
wear and its -ppearaD VVJiIl e improved 100%.
If you - goo'A okmanship, quick service and abso-
lute satisfaction. /
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ARMY SURPLUS STORE - 2 13: R. FOURTH AYE
with HARRY K. MORTON
Esther Howard, Zella Russell,' Helen Ford, Roy Gordon,
Mary -Harper, Daniel Healy, Clay Hill, Marion Saki, Teddy
and" CHORUS OF. ORCHID
Aluminum Ware For, Cook1ing
MIRRO lasts for years. MIRRO is also beautiful.
And it is famous for its many conveniences.,
The CAILLE MOTOR,
This FIVE-SPEED MOTOR is the ;simplest and
best in the world.
RUBBER HOSE for sprinkling.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Floor Wax, O'Cedar Oil, and
Sanitaire Oil for polishing.
FISHING TACKLE-Everything in Fishing Tackle.
Tires and Tubes, VACUUM CUP
Positivvely,,Same C~ompany as.Played at the Illinots Theatre
In Chicago All LastSummer.
Returning to Chicago for Summner Run to, Start June 19.
In the Big Caravan Coming to Ann Arbor are.
4 Carloads of Equipment carrying the most lavish silken
scenic display of the century..
34 Stage Mechanics.
Musicians who- have played the score f or more than a yea
Broadway Orchids who are making their first road tour.
i~ i Tc-of iv er-ihlC"
Star Cast of Principals.
It me Vpe2 -D atema
PROMN i610 310 S. STATg- ST21Sr
Back to Nor'malcy
Mall Orders Now.
$2.00-BALCONY, $1.50 AND $1IM
Seats -Wednesday at Box Otffie
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