Th,1ursday Is Date
Grace Johnson Konold, 'soprano of
the vocal department of the University
by Andrew HT. Green, of
cess. Co., of Detroit, was
Homer Heath, general
The official opening of the Wade~
Mays carnival, held here under the
auspices of the Ann Arbor posts of
the American Legion and Veterans of
Foreign Wars, took place last night at
the foot of Packard street.
A Ferris wheel and 12mpain shows.
are the features of the carnival. More
than 50 concessions have beef} opened
for business and a large crowd was in
attendance last night. Citizens who
wish to make donations to the ex-serv-
ice men's organizations are given' an
opportunity to do so when they park
Although no charge is made for this
service, donations to the Legion and
V. F. W. will be received. The car-
nival arrived here from Jackson Sun-
day morning and will continue in Ann
Arbor throughout the week.
AT THE ARCADE
Owen Moore, in "The Desperate
Hero," will have its final sho'wing at
ISuporting Miss Barriscale in this
feature are Forrest Stanley, w~yell-
known leading man; Dorothy Comi-
mung, Harry Meyers, and Ben Alex-
AT THlE MAJESTIC
Today for the last time "The Cost,"
featuring Violet Hemning, will be
shown at the Majestic. In this picture}
Marueite 1u iaric comes N
and Thursday to th~e Majesti
of a Sudden Peggy." In her 1J
ture, Miss Clark equals th~e
previous productions, and d
In connection with this
shown a Sunshine come(
Schol f Msic wil had he rogamthe Arcade this afternon and evening.
ofx the "next complimentary recital
Igiven under the auspices of the facultyj
of the School of Music at 8 o'clock
Wednesday'evening in Hill auditorium.
Mrs. Konold 'has distinguished herself
as an artist of great merit throughout
the, middle west where* she has ap-
peared under distinguished musical
Mr. Anthony ;Whitmire, of the2 violin
department, will again contribute 'a
group of numbers. The University or-
ganist, 'Mr. earl V. Moore, will make.
his first appearance in the summer
series of concerts, and "will coffer two
The program in fittl is as folio ~s:
Concert Overture in A....... Maitland
Earl V. Moore
S cen a and Ario: ' "Caro nome"-.-.
Grace. Johnson Konold
Swan Song from "Lohiengrin". Wagner
Anthony ,J. Whitmire
The Year's at the eSpring + ....Beach,
Romance sans Paroles(
Angelus du Soir......... ...bonnet:
Chant de Printemps. . .,
Maud bkkelberg, Accompanist
Wolverine Classified Ads bring re-
sults. Ads should -be brought in by2
o'clock before day to be run.
It is an unalloyed farce, in which
IMoore takes the part of a lovte-sick
swain, who has $100 in cash in the;
wor ld, and about $2,000 worth of small
debts. Hiy efforts to evade his cred-
itors and °to' win the girl on whom he
has set his heart precipitate him into
many, amusing situations. Gloria
slope is Mr. Moore's leading lady, and
they are both at their humorous best.
For two days, commencing tomor-
row, the Arcade will, present Bessie
Barriscale in her 'newest photoplay,
"The Notorious Mrs. Sands." This is a
del icate and subtle satire, on present
day social conventions., Miss Barnis-
cale, as. Mary Ware, is forced by her
mother into a marriage with Sands
despite her love for another. The com-
plications which ensued go to make up
a most ilnteresting photo-drama. One
fof the most noteworthy settings of the
production shows°$ the interior of an
elaborately furnished mansion owned
by Grey Sand's, a wealthy bachelor. 'In
her role as the, society leader, the star
wears, a bewildering array of ,gorgeous'
frocks, all especially designed by a
noted modiste for this photoplay.
are shown many realistic scenes of
university life. Taking the role of a
young girl who has given her love to
a worthless }man, MTI~s Heming does,
some fine acting, which makes the pic-
ture a success.
"Th~e Cost" js .a 'picturization of
David Graham Phillips' best book of
the same name.
On the Huron
NICE HOME COOKED 1MEALS
3M 1I pr Ay$6.50 per i'
-7:50 a. mn. 12:401
48, 4:48 p. m.
-Limited car, 8:481
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On the Huron River
It is easy to find one of our stores and each
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lore Work for the Den~t.
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Expert :: Varcelling
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THE REST OF' THE SUMMER'