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S H UBER T
WAY DOWN EAST

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DETROIT
The Bonstelle Co
presents
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Every Woman
ames M. Bar-
.Also Topics,
ly's Wife," and
travelogue.

TODAY ONLY

comedy,
Burton

Arcade-"The Faith
G eorge Melford
Toonerville Follies,a
and Bray picto.

Healer," a
production.
Kinograms,

ae-.old secret
1 out aX!s
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ANN ARBOR
YEFLLOJW CAB CO.
Lobby of American Hotel
WHERE DO WE EAT?
TUTTLE'SI

Wuerth - Constance Binney in
"The Magic Cup." Harold
Lloyd comedy, "Now or Never."
1
rpheum-Pola Negri in "Pas-
sion."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney-Harry Morton and Es-
ther Howard in the classy mus-
ical comedy, "The Sweethearts
Shop.
Garrick (Detroit) -The Bons-
telle coztpany in the snappy
!Imusical comedy, "Clarence."
Shubert (Detroit)-D. W. Grif-
fth's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with all of
the Griffith stars.

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MATINEES -
EVENINGS -
RXGULAR SHOV
PLAYII
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Woman herself has'
answered the eter-
nal question. And
the Sphinx winks
and smiles!
The enchanting
Maude Adams stage
success, now on the
screen with all its
smiles, its tears, its
thrills and its wis-
dom.!
The acting of every
role a perfect de-
light.

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Conveniently located.
Just onie-hialf black south of the
Majestic, Theatre..

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and Box Candies
Discount on Bflox Candies
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166

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Lantern Slides
Amateur Finishing Of
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713 E. UNIVERSIY AV.

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The. Romance of a Strong Man and a Wilful woman.
The true story of the little French Milliner whom
the whole' world camne to know as Madame Du Barry.
YOU'LL SFE MEN FIGHT~ AND DIE FOR
YOU'LL LAUGH AND CRY WITH
You'll see Pola Negri, the toast of'Europe's
gay capitals and soon to be famous through-
out America.
You'll see her as little Jeanne, a friendless waif
from the country, wvho finds w'orkj in gay Paris
as a Milliner's apprentice.
You'll see 'her 'radiant beauty and audacity
carry her to the pinnacle of place and power.

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NORTHWESTERN
UNIVERSITY
THE JOSEPH NEDILL
SCHIOOL OF JOURNALISM
ANNOUNCEMENT

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thwe~tern University will offer,
ding Monday, September 19th,
a two-year course, on the 'Evans-
,ampus, in the Joseph Medill
d of Journalism, leading to the
e Bachelor of Science in Jour-
n.
School of Journalism enjoys
arty co-operation of the various
go newspapers and periodicals,
provides definite practical and
sional training for those who
to enter this field of activity.
ididates for admission to the

TODAY AND TOMORROW
JESSE L. LASKY PR~ESENT
Georg M (F'ord
"The

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in the School of Journalism, address
THE SECRETARY OF THE SCHOOL
OF JOURNALISM
Harris Hall Northwestern University
Evanston,_Illinois

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In Attractive Case

Flaming with holy zeal he
came from the hills to flaty
society's 'sins. And saw
the woman - and loved
her!
Then her own lips told
him the life she had led,*
and-? Come see what
sort of man he- was!2
A story of things that ghie
Wua ieasu.ith MILTON SILLS and
ANN FORREST.

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Photo play: by Mrs.- im. Vaughan "Moody~ and
Z, Wall Covington
ADDED - TOONERVILLE FOLLIES -
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COMING THURSDAY---KING, QUEEN,
JOKER-SYflNEY (CHAPL IN

The Father She Never Knew--
H OW he longed to tell her that her daddy was not dead, how he longed to clasp and
fondle her in his arms and claim the sacred right of fatherhood. But it could not be.
She must never know. She must go on belie ving that Sher father had gone down a hero
HarlulodsFrst Three Reeler--
T HIS latest comedy of Lloyd's is "Now or Never." It shows Harold turned loose in a
Pullman sleeper-with no reservations on laughter. Lloyd stopped the whole darn
train,,but please don't ask us to-explain-

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1475i BROADWAY
NEW YORK CITY

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