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MAJESTIC
"Molly 0," starring Mabel Normand.
is just the kind of a picture to enjoy
after a blue book. It is light, appeal-
ing and very much like "Mickey" in
which Miss Normand made such a
tremendous success. The star as
Molly 0, who is a sort of Cinderella
of the slums, displays that wistful-
ness of character and impish mis-
chievousness that makes her inter-
pretation wholly enjoyable. ' "Molly
0," which is a Mack Sennett produc-
tion, will be here the first five days
of the week.
Another masterful seta role falls to
the lot of Hobart Bosworth in "The
Sea Lion" which is here Friday and
Saturday. Bosworth faithfully de-
picts the Viking type and Bessie Love
is- exceedingly attractive as the win-
some daughter of the "sea lion."a
"Peacock Alley," featuring Mae
Murray is a picture of Parisian night
life. This begins Feb. 5 and is con-
sidered the best picture in which Mae
Murray has ever appeared.
ARCADE
Genuine bits of the .London Lime-
house -district are seen in the early
scenes of "Three Live Ghosts" which'
is the feature of the first three days
of the week. The production has a
novel plot ad is filled with dramatic
episodes and mash good comedy. Anna
Q. Nilsson and Norman Kerry are
the featured players.
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Strongheart, the Belgian police dog.
has the leading part in "The Silent
Call" which is here the remainder of
the week.. Strongheart is- not a trick
dog but his' remarkable performance
Is the result of unusual canine intelli-
;ence plus the discipline to which, he
has, previously been subjected.
Throughout the dramatic incidents of
the plot that involve the human char-
acters of the story, runs the thread of
the life of Strongheart, the cross pull
between the wolf and dog natures in
him and the ultimate master of the
former. The Sierras of northern Cali-
fornia form the background of the
action:

Prof. Andre Morize will deliver a
'ecture on Feb. 1 under the auspices
of the Cerele, Francais in Natural
Science auditorium on La Marseillaise.
He will take up in the course of his
talk the. history of this French an-
them. as well as several interesting
legends concerning it.
Professor Morize, formerly of the
Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris,
,grege es lettres of the University of
Paris, is now a professor of French lit-
erature at Harvard university. Dur-
ing the war. Professor Morize taught
military tactics at Harvard. The lec-
ture will be illustrated.
HEAD OF DETROIT BOARD OF
COMMERCE TO SPEAK HERE

PROF. MORIZE TO DELIVER
LECTURE ON, MARSEILLAISE

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John Russell, president of the De-
troit Board of Commerce, will speak
next Tuesday evening at the Cham-
ber of Commerce banquet which will
be held at the Armory. There will be
special music and community singing
.led by George Oscar Bowen, of the
School of Music.
Tickets for the banquet must be
secured before Monday noon.
Should Clear Snow From Mail Boxes
Officials of the city Post Office re-
quest that all mail boxes in Ann
Arbor and especially in rural districts
be kept clear from snow, thus elimi-
nating much trouble for the mail car-
riers.

Capital $300,000 Surplus $30(
esources $4,000,000
Reg. v. S. Pat. Off.

Mate Savings

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As easy to carry as a
traveling bag
You can take this new Victrola with you whe
you go. Small, portable, exceptionally convenient,
at the same time a perfected musical:instrument pla
any Victor Record.
The-hew Victrola No. 50, is an ideal traveling
panion, ready at a moment's. notice and bringing no
of pleasure to your.damping trip or your visit to fri
Come in and let 'us demonstrate its compactness,
venience and excellInce as an instrumenft.
PRICE $50.00. OTHER STYLES FROM $21

J-Hop and St. Valentines Day
Bring your guest to the Betsy Ross
Shop for lunches. She will appre-
ciate its distinctiveness

COMING!

A, BIG NEW
SENSATION!

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Schaeberle & Son Music
110 South Main Street

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BETSY
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Fraternities,

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Nickels Arcade

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WUERTH
All the satire and rolicking fun that
made Mark Twain the prince of Amer-
ican humorists, clever subtitles eom-
osed of American s'ang, and con-
'rived absurdities that are delightfully
whimsical make up William Fox's
'ictorial conception of Mark Twain's
satire of royalty and aristocracy. "A
Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's
ourt" The cast seems to have been
chosen with inspiration. Harry Myers
is the slangy, capable, resourceful'
Yankee to perfection, and Pauline
Starek does a bit of superlative char-
acter work as Sandy., "The Connec-
ticut Yankee" will be here the first
part of the week.
Will Rogers and Sylvia Breamer are
the featured players in "A Poor Rela-
tion" which is here Friday and Sat-
urday. The picture is the film version
of the stage play by Edward E. Kid-
der. Will Rogers makes an ideal
poor relation" who as a quaint and
shabby philosopher acts as father and
mother to two orphans.
Business Locals: "Go to C. A. May-
-iard, the State Street grocer. for oil.
oap, fruits, etc."-From Daily, Feb. 28
1892.

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LIGHTEN YOUR EXAM WEEKS
BY SEEING

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FRIDAY-SATURDAY, FEB. 3-4
WILL ROGERS,

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"A .POORRE LATION"
SUNDAY-WEDNESDAY] FEB. 5-8
A ROBERTSON-COLE SPECIAL
"SILENT YEARS"
Robertson-Cole is conducting a Thousand-Dollar Prize
Contest. Inquire for Details at Theatre.
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, FEB. 9-11
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Overcoats, Sheepskins, Mackinaws, Corduroy Reefers,
Gloves, Hose, Shoes, etc., now at lowest prices
Tom Wye Knit Coats, Vests and Sweaters of all kinds.
Surplus Supply Store, 213 N. 4th Ave,

"It pays to walk a few blocks"

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