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Swan, Laundry for

IPress)
e Prussian gov-
a bill for the
)n, An all comn-
iabitants, on .all

more than 600
of persons who
Prussia previous
e tax' is 200 per
ed assessmen~t is
e to all persons,
,he stipulated five-
icates a universal

local communities particikpate to a
very limited extent in the nations tax-
ation proceeds. Hence they are ob-
liged to look around for fresh sources
of revenue, and the lodging house tax
affords one of the easiest ways for
'communities to increase their Income.
S. OF E. FACUTLT Y
FORMS BALL. TEAM
Faculty members of the School of
Education and superintendents of state
schools who are here for the Sum-
mer session, have organized two base-
ball teams and will play a game every
Thursday afternoon for the remainder
of the season.
The School' of Education was victor-
ious in a game played yesterday after-
noon on Ferry field, winning by 'a
score of 12-2.' The same team also
took both of the games played a week
ago.
-The batteries in yesterday's game,
were: l~or the School of Education,.
Purdom and Congdon; for the super-
intendents, Ferguson and Bradshaw,
and Beam. Purdom of the School of
Education team, got a home run in
the fifth.
Typewriters for sale and rent. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels'. Arcade.--Adv.

"Lrap JLvty irum
Mrarriage Lines
(By Associated Press)
London, July 2.- English women
are equalling their American sisters in
the scope of their occupations. - Wom-
en legislators, lawyers, physicians,
and sculptors are fairly common in
both countries. But now London
comes along with 'a woman "marry-
ing Parson." She Is the Rev. Con-
stance Coltman, a' graduate of Oxford
university, and joint, Pastor of ooi of
the West End's fashionable churches.
Some women like to be married by
Miss Coltman; she -does not ask them
to use the word "obey," in fact tells
them to avoid it.. She requests the
bride and the groom to present each
other with, a ring, repeating the
words
"As, this ring now encircles 'thy
finger, so let thy love surround thee
all the days 'of thy life."
U.T of Wisconsin Has 4,700 Enrolled
Madison, Wis., July 20.--There ,are
4,700 names in the new summer ses-
sion directory of students, Just issued
by the University of Wisconsin. This
figure includes only the 'registration
up to July 1. 'Last summer's directory
listed 4,474 names and the' 1920 figurej
was 3,585. I

AT TIlE THEATERS

Today-Screen

Patronize Daily' Advertisers.-Adv.
i n.a S563oUUE.RtaRljJ

Majestic-- William Desmond in
"Fiughtin' Mad"; comedy and
newt.

and service.

Arcade-Frak Lloyd's
"tion, "A voice in the
Sunshine comedy.

produc-
Dark";

Wuerth- Pauline Frederick in
"Two Kinds of Women"; coin-
edy and news.
Orpheuni--Hoot -Gibson in "Step
On It"; and comedy.

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Michigan men started
playig, billiards with us
In 1905 and have kept It up
In increasing numbers
ever since.
Michigan men of today
wril find' her& Al equip-
ment, good fellowship and
con geniaL environment.
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Phone 1656.-Adv.

E. BURNHAM'S COSMETI
MRS. T. L. STODDAI
~707 N. University Phon
GARRICK a0.
13th Annuul Season lit
THE. BONSTELLE
Nest: "MISS LULU BTT"
Friday- Saturday-
HOOT
GIBSON

This Week-Stae

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Garrick (Detrot-Miss Nelly of
N'Orleans."

BILLTAUDS CIARS CANDLES
PtPES iLUNCHIES SODAS
'WI tty to t} at you 4rt'

.Step
COMEDY

IN
wOni It~

For correspondence stationery- bar-
gains; watch our windows. 0. D. Mor-
rill, 17 Nickels' Arcade.-Adv.
Whitae Swan Laundry' for -.Quality
and service. Phone 165..-Adv.

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Starting Sunday
HERtBERT RAWLINSON
in "The Man under Co

OR

-RIN1

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IRING

BLOCKING'
ranteod

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SPOTLIGHT ACTS WAN~TED
More acts are needed for the
Summer Spotlight,' which will'
be held July 27 in Hill auditor-
ium. Anyone who has an. act
or an idea for one is requested
to telephone Jack Briscoe at 131.

French Raspberry,
Orange Ice and
Mallo Nut Ice Cream

11

Week-End
....Special

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THlE COOL=IST THEATRE IN

Try thin
Del iius
Dir ck

who

- TODAY AND SATURDAY-
Killed D[fr. Sainsbur~y? -
,know still the last electrifying

H ammnond
* Typewriters,
Some excellent purchases at
*aboutone-half new price.
0. D. ,MORR ILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
S"!1. flf l~ ff flhasu 0s. fln..bs..bn. .. ffn......ff.....nn

WAS IT THE WOMAN
HE LOVED?

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1.,.,

venetian

h

ii
5.

Only 60c a quart
at your
dealers

ICE CREA
Phones 1422'-
2030

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41.1i

Vacation
Clearance

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THE7
HE W

The Vest Prescrition in
the World

, - 0,

THE

of

'arker

Only the
blind man
knew.

3
ens

"Say, itwith

1I.7.

at

By
Special
Arrangements
with the
Makers
we allow
$1.00
for, your
old Pen
Sor Pencil
(any make)

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Have it filled t

Flowers"~

MORE BAFFLING, THAN
"THE BAT"
Remember it? The thrilliest of
mystery pictures - every time,
you wink your eye you miss a
thrill.

Blu'Maize Blossom Shop
INCORPORATED

203 EAST LIBER'TY STREET

PHONE 666

_.

~III

price

on any
$2.50 Pen
or better

Shows at
2,-3:30
2, 8:4s

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Adults, 30c
Kiddies, l1c

ADDED -
"PLEASE BE CAREFUL"
A Sunshine Comedy
"South Sea Magie' Orche*t
FRANK LLOYD'S PRODUCTION of
AVOI1CE IN THE DAR]
From the A. H. WOODS STAGE SUCCESS by RALPH E. DYAR
Comin Sunday, "RECKLESS YOUTH"
ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN

FRIDAY-OATURDAY

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Watch the Window
Sale begins
Saturday
morning

Pauline Fredrick

A
Story
of
Thor-
ough-r
breds-
Men,.
Women_
and
Horses

rho coolest Plao. _

COMING
"Foot-
falls",
COMING

Town to spend an Afternoon or

t TODAY-SATURDAY

AN

The Quarry
DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION
STORE
Cor. S. State and N. University

ALLiWSTAR

t«FIGHT

CAST
IN

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