THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THRN.
TO BE HELDTOA
ala'oli A "MY llTEcet Two-StoryI
IiiI"(i. 'I(P ll a iities
'can be taught,'
use of the Girl
f home economics
a dining room andan chl riin ERSN
baths, rooms for thti
Guardls,andl a band c STATE 9T CDNF[HENCE1
Dean Henry M. Bates, of the Law .
school, Arthur H. Ryall, of Escanaba,
and Wade Millis, of Detroit, are thel
three men who will represent thel
State o1: Michigan at the conference.[
C nremonlies for the laying of the-
corn er stone of: the Salvation Army
buimig, under construction at this
corner of East Washington and Soup ii
Pifth streets, will be held at 2 o'clock
tdday. Comn. William Feart of Chi-
cago, territorial commander of the or-'
galhization, will lay the corner stone.l
11ov, Arthur WV. Stalker, Charles . .
Only half of the present site is be-
lii u~~lforth costuctonCommissioners on uniform State LONDON. - Bermondsey, a London'
teLaws will bold their annual confer- I lOoglreyihbtdb okn
buildinig with tentative plans ar-3 people, has decided to fly the red flag
ranged t:o that a second unit can b ene-Juto6-worD ever,Cat othe -f over its g own hall instead of the union
adde=d at any time. Two beating codn er-jck, thus following the examp~le of
plants a:re being installed with-- u t ary's office of the Law school yester- its sist er borough, Battersea.C
ticient capacity to care for ,the heat- d ,y This conference is composed. of ______ ______
ing ri luirenients of botuit. three lawyers from each state, and
Thedeict~n ereonestoaythe work of the body is that of re- PARIS.- Georges Clemenceau is
Th eicto ermne tdyistating the state laws, writing a theosophical treatise.
will be preceded by a luncheon at the W
Chamber of Commerce inn, at which i
Mayor Robert A. Campbell, treasurer!
of the University, will preside, and iL U M R W R
commissioner Pear' will be the prin-! Several hundred college men have found sell-
president of the Community Fund as- I'gFle rdcsduigtersme a
sociation, Rev. Kenneth B. B~owen, cation great training and profitable, So will
10c, 25c, 35c
-q nIan -
Greater and Jore Thrilling Than
ll~iutzel, W. Hackley Butler, and Colo- representing the Ministerial associa-
nt~E Wood will also speak at the cera- tion, and W. Hackley Butler will also
nrohies., give short talks..
-The new citadel of the Salvationj Commissioner Peart will address a.
Ari y is being erected at a cost of public meeting on the subject "Factors
$310,000, officials of the organization in the Success of the Salvation Army"
said, and will be a two-story brick at 8 o'clock tonight in the Masonic
building fully sqjuipped to meet thei temple. There will be music by the
r'eeds of the Salvation Army in AnnI Detroit' Citad~el hand, an organization
Aribor. Included in the building will composed of 50 pieces.
be~ anr auditorium" with a seating
capacity of 250, another seating 150,________________________
emergency rooms which will accom- D tETROIT THEATRES
ntoWfate 15 people overnighrt, a home T H I W E E K
IE'iue roomi equipped with gas rang-
es al sewing machines* where the!
you. Talk it over withh one of the following :
Myron W. Barnes W. E. Taylor
445 South Fifth Ave. 913 East Huron St.
Phone 7574 Phone 9207
M. L. Shadley W. Glenn Donaldson
806 Sybil St. 1408 Washtenaw Ave.
Phone 8565 Phone 6717
Today anId FrI'day
'. o See
c"t'Hl PA('E THATRr ILLS"9
tl,"-N LYONS aind MARY ASTOR
hIA I hAMILTION1
RI C ed. - 500 to .50
i.~ A RI C Wed Mat.50c to $1.5
ARTHUR HOPKINS toes$nt 0
WHAT PRICE GLORYA
By Maxwell Anderson & Lawrence Stallings
Nights 75c t,;.ue . 5elr
Bonstelle Playhouse iMaa.Su
ZWoodward at ]$lot Tel. Glendale 9792!
SECOND AND LAST WEEK;
The lDONSTELLE CO.*
1a~ a Gentle Satire on Divorce Laws
"Wetr VHy NOT?"
By Jesse Lynch Williams
Schubert Lafayett' ae :~ttO$atShel
Popp Thurs.Mat. Soc to $1.50, plus tax. Cad. 8705~
Richard 'Skeets" Qallagher
In the Sparkling Musical Comedy
/ 0.4I- Of
JA~l populr I~srog md- o ipa
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GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
Ann. Arbor, Midi.
lasfs and atterns exclusive~ our own ldes~qn
WHITEHOUSE & H'LARDY.
BROADWAY AT 40r" STREET 144 WEST42"° STREET
METROPOLITAN OPESRA IlousE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BIlLDING
84 BROADWAY-AT WALL STREETq
who have made
in the world are not
satisfied with ordi-
nary clothes. They
must have something
" different" -- some-
'They want clothes
that set them off
from the common-
Men desiring clothes
of this sort can have
their wishes fully sat-
English - American
Tailors of Bait imore
The fit is right !
The style is right!
The tailoring is right !
The price is right !
A . GBarth
619 last Williams
If )you have attended college to become
fitted to enter the business world, the
question you, must now decide is where
to start. This is a matter not to be
During the past few wveeks, opportunities
for college men in the Kresge organiza-
tion have been brought to your attention'
in this publication. A few of the college
men who are now enjoying success in
this great national institution have
briefly told you of their experiences.
In a very short time, we expect to have
a man from your own college to inter-
view you, if you are interested in
learning, first hand, more about the
opportunities offered for training. and
promotion in the Kresge stores. Write
at once for an appointment. Our repre-
sentative will tell you frankly whether
or not he thinks you will fit in.
Upon the decision you, make now
probably depends your entire future
34 t04 134 STOPES" U * t*10'i612 STO r%ME
A thirillin~g mielodraima. of the great North Woods
wvith the miost marvelows forest fire ever filmied.
.The craciikle and spit of the searing' flamtes is in
every in ch of Hloarse Peters' most spetacuIlar
How would you fit in?
A Side Splitting Comedy
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STARTING SUNDAY MATINEE
SIMON H. WAUGAMAN
from high school teacher
to manager Louisville Store
After attending Mercersburg Acade-
my and graduating. from Franklin
and Marshall College in 1917. Mr.
Waugaman enlisted with the regular
army and servecd more than two
Following the war, he taught school
for a time but was unsettled and
restless to make a real future for
himself. Here is what he has to say:
"While in Grand Rapids, I heard a
lot about the Kresge system of train-
ing for store managers, and oppor-
tunity for advancement. The future
that was pictured could not help but
attract me. So I applied for a posi-
tion in the stockroom of that store.
"Many of my friends and associates
who had nevee~known of the Kresge
Company, as a place where a real
future is offered to the man who is
.willing to put forth real effort to
attain success, gave me little, if any
encouragement. My mind had been
made up, however, and i stuck.
"The future is unlimited, as I posi-
tively know, and there is always that
incentive to keep on plugging'.
The man who is ambitious cannot
pass up such a proposition as ours.
And on top of it all, the Kresge
Company is one of the most Demo-
cratic organizations where results
alone, and not influence, get you
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SALLY O NEIL-
A~N 1) ON THlE STAGE
STYLE SHO AND FASHION REVUE
With Sally, IRene and Mary and Other Living Models
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The Funniest Farce Comedy You Eb7er Saw
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