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L A l L "" V L Y L i\ j 1\ L

om him by
Netter Condi-
:r the pres-
oyer's home
conducted
r candhiates
expects to
vhile, as he
roduction at
ne order of
last year.

SHUIBERT-DETROIT
Jimmy Hussey's musical revue,
"Tattle-Tales," will begin the second
half of its fortnight's engagement at
the Shubert-Detroit Monday night. De-
spite the fact that this is a new play,
done by a new author and producer
and that its stay here is practically its
premiere, there is nothing about the
erformance that would indicate its
newness.

The :Sc reen
AT THE MA JESTIC
"The Amateur Wife," in which Irene
Castle is featured, has its last show-
ing at the Majestic. In this produc-
tion, Miss Castle, playing the role of
a young girl just out of a French con-
vent, finds that her mother is a music-
al comedy queen. With difficulty, she
adjusts herself to the situation, and
it is only after her husband, whoE
marries her at the time out of symp-l
athy, deserts her that she succeeds
in the end.
Bryant Washburn in "Mrs. Temple's
Telegram" is' the attraction at the
Majestic Friday and Saturday.

liction will, be early in the fall, and
Ehlbert, who has already done quite a
bit of the preliminary work, goes to
undertake active editing.
Try Wolverine Want Ads.

I-

ANN ARBOR DAIRY COME
Corner North 4th and Catherine
MILK BUTTERMILK

Our very compete assortment of Waterman,
FOUNTAIN
assure you a writing point that will meet yourj

Conklin, Parker, Sheaffer, Sawaco
PENS
needs.
17 Nickels Arcade

(1ARI K-J)ET.IROI'T

O. D. MORRILL

Thompson Buchanan's laughter
4 comedy, "Civilian Clothes," which was
offered here last season with William
Courtenay in the title role, will be
the offering of the Bonstelle com-
r'any at tlhe Garrick next week, be-
ginning Monday night.
"Civilian Clothes" tells the story of
a young captain who has been cited for
venture who goes to France as a Sal-
vation Army worker and there meets
a young .captain who has been cited
bravery and after a brief courtship
S secretly marries him. The captain
takes it for granted he has married
a girl from his own station in life.

AT: THE ARCADE

Phone Order

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12:401

FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,

d scar, 8:48' On the Huron River
4N CiGAR STORE
S AND POCKET BILLIARDS
TobaccosCandies. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream
ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS
SEE
)LD PACKING Co.
AD, MGR. PHONE 391-J
'acking& Storage
'ackers of China, Cut Glass,
as, and Fine Furniture.
l your goods and settle tdem.
caished For Moving Household Goods
er the Phone Number 391-J

"A Master Stroke" which will have
its last showing today at the Arcade,
is said to be Earle William's best
photoplay since "The Fortune Hunt-
er." In it the star plays a role that
Is partly serious and at times light
comedy. It is a comedy-drahia of
wit, women, and Wall .street.
There are many original touches in
the story, one of the unexpected situ-
ations being the attempt to "crack" a
safe to return money not to steal it.
/Tomorrow and Satuiday the Arcade
will present Will Rogers in his latest
Goldwyn production, "Cupid, The
Cowpuncher " adapted from Eleanor
Gates' novel, "Alec Lloyd, Cowpanch-
er." It is a typical Rogers picture,
and critics have acclaimed it one of
the best he has ever made.
It gives the famous cowboy com-
edian ample opportunity to do sone.
fancy riding, roping, and good com-
edy. As Alec Lloyd, Rogers is a fav-
orite with the gang and has won for
himself the <nickname of "Cupid"
through his propensity for marrying
off "the boys," but when he himself
"falls" he has to have help.
EHLBERT LEAVES TO BEGIN
EDITING A NEW MAGAZINE
Mark K. Ehlbert, '20, left this morn-
ing for Chicago, where he will begin
work on "The American Collegian,"
a new magazine of which he will be
the editor. The first issue of the pub-
FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,
On the Huron River

New Fall Frocks

Establishes1S5i7

I

Magic words to every girl. With September just,
around the corner and school days near, with

Mail Order

Promptly Filled
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Promptly Fill

all the numerous thigs fall

days mea'tn,

new

frocks are in the mind of all of us. And there is
something about fall and winter things that is
particularly appea jng. Let us pause for a mo-
ment acid visualize a few of them.
Accordian pleats, so popular this spring and summer, are more than
holding their own this fall. One navy blue serge has the cunning~eton jacket
with accordian pleated skirt. The vest and girdle form the note of color,
being pussy willow silk in gagyly figured design. Gold braid, which by the
way, will trim everything this winter, bands the jacket and sleves.
Brown seems to be the new shade this autumn, an dthe newest shade of
brown is exemplified in a serge dress with pleated skirt and straight waist. A
bit of brightly embroidered ribbon at the waist adds its note of color.
Coat dresses in tricotine and poiret twill ar interesting- some being severely
plain, others heavily embroidered. Diverging a bit from the usual is one of
navy blWe poiret twill, embroidered in bright colored raffia and wooden &ads.
You will love a gay serge dress with a jacket effect, trimmed- in cerise
embroidery. A saucy pleated frill at the waist, adds the unusual tone.
These are only a few of a bewildering lot of stunning dresses., and from
the whole, we are sure you will be able to choose just what you want for
any occasion.

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Shows at
2:00-3:30
7:00-8:30

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For
TAXI

Tonight

vent

Wife

or
BAGGAG E
CALL
City Taxi and Baggage Co.
Fourth and Huron

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Second Floor

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IT IS TO LAUGH
day Bryant Washburn
iray in the famtous farce
"Mrs, Temple's Telegram"

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Such a difference inj Sodas and Sundaes-and

LOST
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y found it throagh a
assified Ad Try them.
a fraternity in. Initials
on back. Reward. Call

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Student's single oak desk
in good condition. Call 1663-J aft-
er 12 noon.
FOR SALE-Canoe and equipment in
perfect conditoin. Call 1663-J after
12 noon.

VELVET BRAND ICE CREAM IS ONE REASON.
The Detroit Creamery has established a permanent Branch
in Ann Arbor to supply the demand.

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