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On Summer Apparel
Friday and Saturday, we will offer phenomenal values in wo-
men's voile, gingham, organdie, and linen dresses; white tub skirts,
Georgette blouses, silk suits and coats.
This is an unusual opportunity for the woman who wants to
supplement her vacation wardrobe at but little expenditure.
The following reductions will prevail:
"HAROLD, THE LAST OF THE SAXONS"
$8.50 Georgette Blouses ...
STomorrow and Saturday
THE SECRET GARDEN
Margueret Clark in "Let's Elope"
$3.95 to $10 tub skirts at...... Half Price
$35 to $77.50 silk suits........Half Price
$27.50 to $62.50 silk coats at... Half Price
$10 to $25 tub frocks at....... .Half Price
ALL LOW FOOTWEAR
At 25 Percent DISCOUNT
Our entire stock of low shoes, including a splendid as-
sortment of white oxfords and pumps in Nubuck, kid, and
Reignskin, and the darker low shoes, will go on sale at this
Every size is represented, but not every size in every
style, so consequently an early visit to this sale is suggested.
(First Floor) I
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunda
Aug 6-7-Enid Bennett in "Happy Though
Married." "Harold,the'.Last of the
Saxons." Bray Pictograph.
Aug 8-9-Lila Lee in "The Secret Gar-
den." Outing-Chester-Ford Weekly.
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-7-8--"WHAT EVERY WO-
MAN WANTS," STARRING. GRACE
DARMOND. Also a two-reel L-Ko
Comedy, "A Pair of Deuces."
Sat-9-Bessie Barriscale in "Tangled"
Threads" with a News and Comedy.
Sun-Mon-10-11-KITTY GORDON' in
"PLAYTHINGS OF PASSION" AND A
SUNSHINE COMEDY, "LADY BELL
Tues-Wed-12-13-Harry Carey in "A
Fight for Love" with a Lloyd Comedy
and Kinogram Weekly.
Thurs-Fri-14- 15-"Ruling Passions," a
six-reel special with an L-ko Comedy,
"Two Gun Trixie."
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri--7-8-"Red Blood and Yellow"
(special)r with ;a News and Comedy.
Sat-9-Henry B. Wathal in "Humdrum
Brown" with a News and 'Comedy.'
Sun-Mon-1-I 1-Montagu Love in "The
Quickening Flame" with a Mutt & Jeff r
Cartoon Comedy and Ford Weekly. 1
Tues-Wed-12-13 -Corrine Griffith in
"The Girl at Bay" with "THE SILENT
MYSTERY" NO. 13.
Thurs- Fri -14-15- House Peters in
"Thunderbolts of Fate" with a News
Sat-16---Pauline Frederick in Out of
the Shadows" (Ret.) with a Scenic
- Coming - ,
"Three Green Eyes"
Foch Invited to Visit U. S., Bepont
Paris, Aug. 6 (Havas).-Marshal
Foch, commander-in-chief of the Al-
lied armies during the war, is report-
ed by the )leho de Paris to have been
invited by the United States govern-
ment, as well as by several organi-
zations In this country, to visit Amer-
AT THE THEATERS
TODAY AND TOMORROW
AT THE ARCADE
"The Spark Divine," featuring Alice
Joyce, which, will be presented at the
Arcade today and tomorrow is said
to be a worthy successor to her last
previous tiiumph, "The Third De-
gree." It is a different kind of a role
that she has here. She is not 'the
warm-hearted Annie Sands of "The
Third Degree" who sacrificed her
good name and left no stone unturned
to free her husband from a murder
charge. As Marcia Ardale she be-
comes embittered against the world
because her socially ambitious par-
ents have crushed her spirit ever
since she was a child. A day comes
when she meets a certain man who
holds the impression that beneath her
cold exterior her heart is warm and
responsive. And though she marries
him for convenience he resolves to
awaken her inward beauty. How he
accomplishes his purpose is dramatic-
ally told in a series of absorbing situ-
ENGLAND TO WAGE WAR ON FOOD
PROFITEERS, DECLARES GEDDES
London, Aug. 6.-Great Britain pro-
poses establishing a central authority
,to deal with profiteering, it was an-
nounced by Sir Auckland Geddes, min-
ister of reconstruction at the resump-
tion today of the hearings as a select
committee to inquire into the high
cost of living and profiteering: The,
tribunals which it is proposed to set
up, Sir Auckland continued, would be
empowered to inflict penalties up to
$1,000 or six months' imprisonment.
Methodists To Give . Social Friday
A "Last Chance" social will be giv-
en by the Wesleyan guild of the Meth-
odist church at 8 o'clock Friday even-
ing, Aug. 8. This is the third and
last of a series of socials given by the
Methodist young people during the
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
re, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
v ITAG1 -Fi
Hhu-Fri--7-8-Alice Joyce in "The Spark
Divine;" Judge Rummey Cartoon,
"Hash and Hypnotism" and Ford
Sat-9-Emmy Wehlen in "Fools and
Their Money" and Big-YV Comedy,
"Healthy and Happy."
Sun-Mon-10-=11-Alice Brady in "Marie,
Ltd.;" Christie Comedy, "Stop-Look-
Listen," and Fletcher's Jazz Monologue.
Women Like Mental Gymnastics
Mental gymnastics are the only kind
which appeal to women in Summer
school if one may draw conclusions
from the size of the gymnasium class--
es. Gymnasium is entirely voluntary
during the Summer term and the wom-
en of the University prefer trigonom-
etry to tennis, and sociology to swim-
ming. Classes are becoming still
smaller as examinations approach.
Consul General Chamberlain Resigns
Washington, Aug. 6. - Announcing
the resignation of Consul General
Chamberlain at Mexico City the state
department said Mr. Chamberlain
wanted to pursue his literary work.
JOHN H. WIGMORE, Dean
Increase in Requirements for Admisson and Graduati o
Admission: After Septenber 1st, 1919, applicants for adm d
the first year class will be required to submit proof of the sat h
completion of three years of college study. College credit for a
navy service given by the college from which the student coi%
Graduation: Students entering the Law School with a ba i
degree representing a four-year course in an approved colleg,
complete the course in three years. For all others, four ye
resident study is required.
Fall term begins September 29. Descriptive circular mal
She was a poor rich girl and never
knew what it was to be loved. Nat-
urally when she blossomed into wo-
manhood her spirit was crushed and
she looked upon the world with a cold
indifference. She told him: "I want
to go into this thing with a clear con-
science. As you are willi'mg to pay
the price I'm prepared to take your
name, run your house and look after
you." What awakened her?
SECRETARY OF THE LAW SCHOOL
309 Northwestern University Building
and Dearborn Sts. CHICA
"FOOLS AND THEIR MONEY."
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for all year, by two graduate wo-
men students. Refined neighbor-
hood. Call 251.
WANTED-Good second hand banjor-
ine with 4 strings. Call 1387.
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