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TODAY ONLY

Hale HamIlton
Supported by Alice Lake
in -
"FULL OF PEP"
You can call it luck or you can call
it good management but anyway Jim-
my Baxter turns a country upside down
and straightens it out with "Pep"
(some call it whiskey).
{ & This picture has romance, atmos-

phere, action, and--like its title-is
FULL OF PEP

sUALiX HAMILTON,.

SUNDAY and MONDAY
Madge Kennedy
-in ---
"THROUGH THE WRONG DOOR"
Have' YOU ever blundered into a wrong, apartment at
the witching hour of midnight? That's just what happens to
Madge Kennedy in this picture.
Perhaps you think you know what happens next-but
you don't! And you never will until you see how Inquisite
Madge went OUT smiling and engaged Dan Cupid in the
merriest tussle of his romantic life.
Also "SMILING BILL"' PARSONS IN "CIR-
CUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE."

WESTERN FOREST FIRES
THREATENTWO TOWNS
BIG CONFLAGRATION RAGES IN
MONTANA, IDAHO AND)
WASHINGTON
Spokane, Wash., July 18.-Every
available man in, western Montana,
northern Idaho, and eastern Washing-
ton is being employed by the federal
forest service and the private forest
protective associations to fight the
forest fires in Montana and Idaho that
today were threatening two western
Montana towns and millions of feet of
standing white pine.
High winds, abnormally high tem-
peratures, combined with parched
forests are all but rendering the ef-
forts of 1,000 men fighting the many
forest fires useless. The towns
threatened with destructiol are Ath-
erton and St. Regis in Montana.
Mining Town Destroyed
Between 700 and 1,000 acres in the
Helena forest are burning, ravaging
some of the timber and destroying
the old mining town camp of Jim-
town, one and one-half miles from
York. The blaze has been burning
for weeks, most of the time under
control, but Thursday's. high winds
spread it rapidly and meager reports
indicate the fighters are being beaten
steadily backward.
Fires Out of Control
Fires at the head of Rock Creek
on the Smith river slope, hitherto un-
der control, broke away from the fire
fighters and are burning fiercely.
Blazes at the head of Beaver creek
and six small fires in different sec-
tions of the forest that started Thurs-
day have been put under control.
To attempt to stop the Rattlesnake
creek fire in the Missoula, Mont., for-
est, the fire fighters have made a fire
line of more than 23 miles. The fire
itself has a six-mile front.
AT THE THEATERS
AT THE ARCADE
Today Hale Hamilton will appear
in "Full of ep," a Metro picture.
This production has been rightly
named, for it sure is "full of pep." It
is as breezy and lively as its catchy
title. It tells of the rollicking ad-
venture and romance of a dare-devil
young American. He undertakes to
land a cargo of munitions in a small
South American republic. To screen
his real motive he poses as a patent
medicine salesman and offers a con-
coction known as "pep" (sometimes
know as whiskey), with the aid of
which he is enabled to cure the entire
army of their revolutionary ideas and
restore the rightful government. Not
only does he gain the gratitude of the
president but he also wins the love
of the president's beautiful daughter.
Sunday and Monday Madge Ken-
nedy will be shown in her latest Gold-
wyn picture, "Through the Wrong
Door." This is a thrilling romance
of a girl who determined to pick the
man she would marry and leave
nothing stand in her way when she
found him. Straight through the
wrong door she passed-bumped into
the right man-and won him! A
comedy-drama jammed full of sur-
prisingly new situations and typical
Madge Kennedy humor.
U. S. NOW GREATEST FACTOR
IN BRAZIL'S IMPORT TRADE
The United States during the last
five years has become the chief fac-
tor in Brazil's import trade. In 1918,

when Brazil's total imports aggregat-
ed $247,000,000, the United States sup-
plied commodities valued at $89,000,-
000. British shipments to Brazil
amounted to $50,000,000; Argentine,
$47,000,000, and French, $12,000,000.
In 1913. the United Kingdom led in
exports to Brazil, supplying her with
goods valued at $80,000,000 out of
total imports of $326,000. Germany
sent goods amounting to $57,000,000;
the United Sttes, $51,000,000; France,
$32,000,000, and Argentine, $24,000,000.

is keenly felt during this wonderful summer weather and a woman
must partly express this radiant feeling by the apparel she chooses.

SILK SWEATERS JOYOUSLY COLORED

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have gradually been assembled in our second floor fashion salons,
until scarcely an expressive hue is missing.
Women of decided coloring will choose from the bright
shades of purple, Peacock blue, Hunters green, coral, and flame.
Sweaters of robins egg blue, copenhagen, rose, soft gray, and
beige will delight the woman of softer coloring.
They are of silk and wool jersey, in plain, drop stitch, or
novelty weaves. Often the collars and perhaps vestees are of
contrasting color and weave.
SILK SPORT SKIRTS INSPIRE DELIGH
because they are fashioned of such wonderfully exquisite ma-
terials.
Skirts of Fantasi silk achieve great beauty in their double
texture combination of purple and silver, purple and gold, copen-
hagen blue and rose, and Kings blue and gold. A white plaid
Fantasi skirt is also noticeably good looking.
Baronet satin fashions other attractive models. Conspic-
uous in this group is one of silver, lined in orange; one of white
heavily embroidered in black and white; and one in a deep rich
shade of rose.
Quite the daintiest and most summery of them all, are the
Georgette skirts. Perhaps tiny pin tucks going round and round
furnish the only trimming. Or again it may be a hem of Baronet
satin, or the embroidery which furnishes the distinguishing style
feature.

The Lure jo the
Great Outdoors

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Prof. A. S.WVhitney Motors to Saginaw
Prof. A. S. Whitney, of the educa-
tional department, left today with his
family on a motor trip to Saginaw. He
expects to be gone for some time.
MAJESTIC-
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
Fri-Sat-18-19-"Choosing a Wife." An
All Star Cast. "The Amateur Liar,"
Drew Comedy.
July 20-21-22-Anita Stewart in "Human
Desire." "The Star Boarder" Larry
Semen Comedy.
July 23-24-Wallace Reid in "You're
Fired." "The Last Bottle" Flagg
Comedy.
A RC ADE
Shows at 3.00, 7:00, 8,30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Sat-19-Hale Hamilton in "Full of
"Pep;" "You Know Me Al" Comedy,
and Outing Chester Sceic.
Sun-Mon-20-2 1-Madge Kennedy in "The
Wrong Door" and "Smiling Bill" Par-
sons in "Circumstantial Evidence."
Tues-Wed-22 -23-H4arry T. Morey in
"Beauty Proof;" Star Comedy, "Stop,
Cease, Hesitate" and News Weekly.

Ancient Port Huron Couple to Marry
Port Huron, July 18. - When Mrs.
Catherine Wilkes, 75, of Port Huron,
called at the county clerk's office for
a licen'se to wed Solomon Benway, 80,
of Goodells, Cupid wrote a new chap-
ter in the county's records. Benway
was too infirm to make the trip for
the license. The couple are the oldest
to be issued a license in 10 years.
Use The Wolverine for results.

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"Choosing A

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CORONA
L. C. Smith
Remington
Underwood
Hammond and
other makes of typewriters
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired.

TOMORROW-3 DAYS

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LOUIS 15. 1AYM Presents
Anita Stewart

WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-19-Billie Rhodes in "In Search of
Arcadia" with an Arbuckle Comedy and
News Weekly.
Sure-Mon-20-21 - MARY MILES MIN-
TERS in "BACHELOR'S WIFE," A
LIGHT DRAMA, WITH A SUNSHINE
COMEDY. ADMISSION 25c, TAX IN-
CLUDED.'
Tues-Wed-22-23-"ONE WOMAN," A
SIX REEL SPECIAL BY THOMAS
DIXON, AUTHOR OF "THEHBIRTH
OF A NATION" with a Lloyd Comedy
and 'Kinogram Weekly.
Thurs-Fri-24-25 - "Marriage," starring
Catherine Calvert, and a two reel L-Ko
Comedy, "Howling Lions and Circus
Queens."
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00,'3:30, 7:00, 9:30,10:00
Sat-19-Shirley Mason in "Good-Bye
Bill" with a Scenic and Comedy (Ret.).
Sun-Mon-20-21-JunetElvidge in "Tht
Love Defender" with a Mutt & Jeff
Cartoon Comedy, "Look Pleasant
Please" and Ford Weekly.
Tues-Wed-22-23--Albert Ray in "Be a
Little Sport" and "THE SILENT MYS-
TERY" No. 10..
Thurs-Fri-24-25-D). W.' Griffith's "The
Girl Who Staid at Home" with a News
and Comedy (Ret.).
Sat-26-Pauline Frederick in "A Daugh-
ter of the South" with a News and
Comedy (Ret.).

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A romance of mother-love in which the litti
star is a motherless waif who escapes in trousers froo t
a Convent in Italy and comes to America to care f
all the poor, neglected babies.
Altogether charming, quaint and different
from Miss Stewart's previous photoplay
From the Story by Violet Irwin Directed by Wilfred North

LOST
LOST-Wedding and Diamond ring in
Rest Room of Natural Science Bldg.
Reward. Notify S. Shartel. Phone
236.
LOST - Gold Eversharp pencil on
State street. Liberal reward. Box
B, Wolverine.

WANTED
WANTED-Girls for domestic work in
pantries, nurses dining rooms, and
as maids. Reside in New Employees'
Home with matron in charge. Ad-
dress the Grace Hospital, John R.
St. & Wills Ave., Detroit, Michigan.
WANTED-A good pianist can make
some Summer school money by call-
ing Mr. Yeager between 5:30 and
6:30 immediately. Wuerth Theater.

Shows Sunday 1:30, 3:00,4:30, 7, 8:30

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