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M FOUR SHOWS-2, 3:30, 7, 8:30 -

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fully season after season. Alice Joyce
undoubtedly has the best role of her
6areer-even better than that of Shir-
ley Rossmore in "The Lion and the
Mouse." She is called upon to ex-
press great feeling in the portrayal
of the self-sacrificing wife, but the
part does demand an appeal to the
sympathies which she is completely
successful in realizing. Anders Ran-
dolph who so successfully portrayed
the role of John Burkitt Ryder in
"The Lion and the Mouse" plays the
part of Jeffries, Sr., while Mrs. De-
Wolf Hopper has the poise and re-
i 'finement needed for the role of his
1w::: wife.

CORONA
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other makes of typewriter
bought, sold, rented, exchanged
cleaned, repaired.

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LAST TIMES TODAY

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In one of the Funniest Comedy Dramas Ever Produced
"YU' RE FIRED"
From O'Henry's Short Story, "The Halberdier"
He'd have given ten years of his life to avoid being caught
by her-on the job. WHY? It would have cost him his job,
and if he got fired-
GOOD-BYE HELEN! It was some contract.
COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The Charming Comedienne
DOROTHY CISIi in
"PEPPY POL1LY."
"The Little Disturber" of "Hearts of the World" fame in
a dashing new comedy of laughter; life and love.
"GUIDED AND MISGUIDED," "ROWDY ANN"
POPULAR PRICES
ADULTS 20c Tax Included CHILDREN 1 oc

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CLIFFORD DEVEREUX, DIRECTOR OF THE PLAYERS WHO WILL
COME TO ANN ARBOR SATURDAY FOR TWO PERFORMANCES,
"ROMEO AND JULIET" AND "THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL," IN
UNIVERSITY HALL.

Lake Erie's
st Resorts are
hed via Ashley &
in Steamer Line
ursions Every Day
ay-Cedar Point reached every day
gnificent steel steamer Put-in-Bay,
,200 people.

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AT THE THEATERS

AT THE MAJESTIC

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MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-Al Shows Sunday
July 23-24-Wallace Reid in "You're
fired." "The Last Bottle" Flagg
Comedy.
July 25-26--Dorothy Gish in 'Pep-
pery Polly." "Rowdy Ann" Christie
Comedy.

WUERTH THEATRE
2:00 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00

PROF. BADGER TO DESCRIBE
MANUFACTURE OF BEET SUGAR
Using his experience in Michigan's
famous evaporator laboratory as a
source of material for his lecture
"The Manufacture of Beet Sugar,"
Prof. W. L. Badger of the chemical
engineering department will describe
the process of sugar manufacture at 5
o'clock this afternoon in the Natural
Science auditorium.
Professor Badger, who is in charge
of Michigan's evaporator laboratory,
composed of three of the latest and
most advanced types of evaporators,
has made a thorough study of this
branch of engineering. He has done
much research work in the manufac-
ture of beet sugar, which is made es-
sentially by means of evaporators
MONTREAL STATUE WILL BE
UNVEILED BY WIRELESS
Montreal, July 23.-King George, by
pressing an electric button at Bal-
moral castle, Scotland, will unveil the
statue of Sir Etienne Cartier, the Ca-
nadian statesman, here September 6,
it was announced today. A wire will
be run from the castle to connect with
the Atlantic and Canadian cable lines,
thus forming a direct electrical con-
nection.

Wallace Reid's new picture, "You-
re Fired," one of the best in which
he has appeared this season, is now
showing in the Majestic theater, to-
nigh being the last performance. The
story was written by O. Henry under,
the name of "The Halberdier." The
title "You're Fired" is quite appro-
priate and is representative of the
main situation in the story.
The plot deals with a young man
who must keep on the job for three
months in order to win. the daughter
of a wealthy railroad owner, this be-
ing the test imposed on him by the
prospective father-in-law. He works
first in the office, then as a xylophone
player in an orchestra and finally gets
a job to pose in a suit of ancient arm-
or in an Italian restaurant and fur-
nish part of the Bohemian atmosphere
of the place. He had been compelled
to resign from his first two positions
to keep from being fired, as in that
event he would have lost his chance
of marrying the girl. An , amusing
complication arises when his sweet-
heart discovers him playing the xylo-
phone in the orchestra and, later, when
she finds him posing in the old suit

of armor in the cafe. But the young
hero averts business disaster which
might have fallen upon the girl's fa-
ther, and thus wins out, just as the
old clock in the little restaurant
strikes 12, marking the end of the
three months period.
The picture was directed by James
Cruze and the supporting cast is ex-
ceptionally clever in the various roles.
Friday and Saturday the feature of
importance will be Dorothy Gish in
her new Paramount production, "Pep-
py Polly," a delightful comedy drama
with an abundance of bright comedy
Land action. "Guided and Misguided"
(and "Rowdy Ann" round out the bal-
ance of the program.
AT THE AI{CADE
"The Third Degree" featuring Alice
Joyce, which, will be shown at the
Arcade today and tomorrow, is pro-
claimed by every critic to be an ex-
ceptionally strong production--and
nearly every one agrees that it is even
better than the stage production of
the same name which ran so success-

Big Hotel Victory now open at Put-in-Bay.
Hotel Breakers and the world's greatest bathing beach at Cedar Point.
Excursions every day to Put-in-Bay. To Ohio Points via A & D Line and
Fare round-trip week das - - $ .80 connecting trolley - lines reduce.
Fare round-trip Sundays and Holidays 1.10 fare one-half.
Five hours on the boat. Leaving Detroit at 95:00a,. m., returning at8:00 P. m.
Cedar Point Excursions on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Steamer Frank E. Kirby leaving Detroit at 8 a. m., returning at 11:50 p.m.
Five hours at Cedar Point. Fare round Trip $1.00. On Steamer Put-in-
Bay Friday and Sunday $1.35round trip.
Finsel's music for dancin Ashley & Dustin4Steamer Line
on Steamer Put-in-Bay.Bl FirstStreetWharf Detroit, Mich.
room, laget on lake steam-
ers. No charge for dancing. WriteFor OwMap Showins
Lake Erie Raseets

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Thurs-Fri-24-25 - "Marriage,' starting
Catherine Calvert, and a two reel L-Ko
Comedy, "Howling Lions aqd Circus
Queens."
Sat -26 - Beatriz Michelena in "Just
Squaw" with an Arbuckle Comedy and
News Weekly.
Sun-Mvon - 27-28 - William Russell in
"Brass Buttons" and a Sunshine Com-
edy, "Virtuous Husbands."
Tues-Wed--29-30-Gladys Brockwell in
"A Little Sneak" with Lloyd Comedy
,and Kinogramn Weekly.
Thurs-Fri-31- 1- Warren Kerrigan in
"The End of the Game" with a two
reel L-Ko Comedy, "Spotted Nag."
Sat-2-Frank Keenan in "The Silver
Girl" with a News and Comedy.

When Better Stationery is made
we will have it for your
inspection

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 1000
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 theSouth" with a News and
Comedy (Ret.).-
Sun-Mon-27-28-Louise Huff in "The
Little Intruder" with aMutt & Jeff
Cartoon Comedy, "Down Stairs and
Up" and Ford Weekly
Tues-Wed-29-3-Gladys Leslie in "Too
Many Crooks" and "THE SILENT
-MYSTERY" No. It.
Thurs-31-Lina Cavalieri in "The Wo-
man of Impulse" with a News and
Comedy (Ret.).-

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Thurs- Fri-24-25-Alice Joyce in "The
Third Degree;" 'Christie Comedy, "=Oh,
What a Night!" and Ford Weekly. 25c.
Sat-26-May Allison in "Almost Mar-
ried," and Big-V Comedy, "Tootsies and
Tamales."
Sun-Mon-27-28-Anna Case in "The
Hidden.Truth;" Keystone Comedy, "A
Small Town Lover". and Outing-Ches-
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"T ET IRD DEGREE"
THE PICTURE THAT WILL AROUSE ALL ANN ARBOR
A story that will stir you to the very depths of your being-and this is why-

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Y111 will live the pielure
with Alice Joyce-,as she
did! When she says "Find
that letter, it means my
h11 sbanid's life," you will
gripI the arms of your
chair like a vise.

You will find courage in
her courage, sorrow in her
sorrow, and happiness in
her happiness, and you'll
agree with her and with
Us that it, is one of the
finest pictures ever shown.

Because it's from Charles
Klein's famous stage suc-
cess of the same name,
that rae season after sea-
son,-and this is not only
a promise but a fact-the
picture excels the play.

Mrs. DeWolf Hopper, Gladden James and Anders Randolph play important role
"By all means get "The Third Degree" if you possibly can, and don't be afraid to
your patrons that it is one of the strongest pictures bearing the Vitagraph trademark."--
-(the most reliable and most independent critic).

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