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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOv

ARCADE
Ml- ,,: -Fran7Cis X. Bushman and Bev-
,': a~n in ''Their Compact."
'I'll.o-.Aia Stewart in "Th'e Message
_h lw "u)"se,"awll Billy Nest Corn-
r'v. "Cupid's Rival."
--2T-u --22-Geraldine Farrar in
"Joan the Woman" (ii Parts).
(Show~s at 3 :oo, 6 :3o, 8:45.) 25c.
[ri2 Clar tiKimball Young in "Magda"
and Christie Comedy.
Saty .iiYae Williams and Corinne
Criffith in "The Lov2 Doctor," and
Cwrmedy, "Plagues and Puppy Love."
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225 E. Liberty.

Phone 1321

G600HEW FLORAL CO.

UIrt SCENE:FROM TRIANGLE PLAY,
AT THE MAJE STIC, TODAY

Flowers
Plants
ferns

Baskets
orsanges
Decorations

MME. SARAH BERNHARDT, world-famed tragedienne, In one of her wonderful death scenes
HITNEY THEATR E - Wednesday, Nov. 21

Spicy News From
Other Universities
An informal prom has been decided
upon by the junior class of Ohio State
university. Following the action tak-
en by the whole campus against form-
als, no attempt was made to continue
the usual custom of giving a formal
affair.
It was felt, however, that since the
annual prom is a university tradition
and as the only party in which the.
entire university can participate thi
year, it should be maintained in
some form.
The Harvard military office has an-
nounced that cadets must wear uni-
forms at all sectional meetings as well
at the lectures and drills. Men who
neglect to do this are liable to de-
merits.
The rsoord of saak man will be ex
amined carefully and recommenda--
tions will be based on merit.

Patronize Our Advertsers.-Adv.

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A NIGHTS
3 MATINEES

GARRICK

NEXT WEEK
SEATS NOW SELLING
OLIVER MOROSCO'S GAY AND
GLADSOME MUSICAL HIT
Cauiary Cottage

Nights & Sat.
Mat., soc to $2.00
Mats. Wed. & Fri.
Soc to $1.go

AT THE WHITNEY

Sarah Bernhardt will come to the
aitney theater on Wednesday
ght, with her company, from the{
eater Sarah Bernhardt in Paris.
For her engagement here Mme.
rnhardt will give two plays. "Thek
ath of Cleopatra" and the trial
mne from "The Merchant of Ven-
," in which she will appear as Por-
. "The Death of Cleopatra," by
nry Cain and Maurice Bernhardt,
a 9leverly written tragic episode
ich affords the great actress an ex-
lent opportunity for emotional ex-
ssion.
Whitney Theatre
To-night
KINSEY KOMEDY KO,
in the Funniest of Comedies
Another
Man's
Wife
With
THREE BIG
VAUDEVILLE
ACTS
Prices: Eve. 10-20-25c
One Big Continuous Show
Big special Matinee Tues- 10
day-All Seats - - C
Something always on at 'the
Whitney

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AT THE THEATERS
* TODAY

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ings" are offered by the June Mills
company, and the Kremka Brothers
appear in a spectacular comedy act.
The amusing and unique Triangle
picture "His Picture in the Papers,"
will be shown at this theater today
with Douglas Fairbanks in the leading
role.

"Canary Cottage," at the Gar- *
rick. *

With

Sarah Bernhardt at the Whit-
ney, Oct. 21.
TODAY
Majestic-Douglas Fairbanks in
"His Picture in the Papers."
Whitney-Kinsey Komedy Kom-
pany in "Another Man's Wife."
Orpheum-Little Mary McAllis-
ter in "Young Mother Hubbard."'
Also, "Do Children Count?"
Wuerth-Douglas Fairbanks in
"The Man From Painted Post."
Also Victor Moore Comedy.
Rae-Bessie Love in "The Saw-
dust Ring." Also Triangle Come-'
dy and News Weekly.

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Interesting

Bits

The Chicago Red Cross has been
presented with a sweater by a man
who not only knitted it himself, but
whittled his own needles from a
broom-stick.

Herbert Corthell
Chas. Ruggles
And a Typical Morosco Cast

Rae Theatre
TODAY--Bessie Love in "THE
SAWDUST RING." News
Weekly, and Triangle Comedy,

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There are not enough
circulation to meet the
needs resulting from war

pennies in
increased
taxes.

ANOTHER. BIG WEEK I

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AT THE MAJESTIC
A very interesting program will be
offered at the Majestic, during the first
part of the week, beginning tomorrow.
The leading feature of the program is
made up of Robinson's military ele-
phants which present a remarkably
clever little playlet. The Archie
Nicholson trio appear in original mus-
ical numbers; Chief Little Elk and his
company of Sioux Indians present na-
tive songs; "Songs and Funny Say-

Whitney Theatre
Wednesday Evening, November 21
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
j
DIRECTION OF W. F. CONNOR
With Complete Productions, Scenery and Effects, and Her Own Com-
pany from Theatre Sarah Bernhardt, Paris.
in "CLEOPATR A" and "The
MERCHANT OF VENICE"
At each performance-the following artists will appear: JEAN DU VAL
00., Gems and Art; ALBERT DONNELLY, Shadowgraphy; FLOR.
ENCE HARDEMAN. Violinist: ANNIE LOUISE DAVID. Harpist;
ROME FENTON, Tenor.
PRICES; 50c to $2.00
With Additional Charge of 10 Per Cent to Cover War Tax Demanded
by the G overnent.
Mail Orders Recieved and Filled Now
POSITIVELY NO PHONE ORDERS OR RESERVATIONS FOR THIS
ENGAGEMENT
Box Office Sale Opens Monday
"Bernhardt once more defies time. Bernhardt, the woman, the accept-
ed symbol of irristible spirit of the French. the obiect of this remark-
able example of heroine worship."-New York World, Sept. 2nd, 1917.
"Bernhardt still holds supremacy. Art superb as ever."-New York
Sun. Sept. 2, 1917.

Several coal mines have been oblig-
ed to decrease their output because
of the lack of shipping facilities.
The number of recruits taken into
the regular army since April 1 passed
the 250,000 mark Nov. 15.
Admiral Francis T. Bowles, of the
emergency fleet corporation, believes
that this country must build ships
faster even if it has to conscript the
laborers.
More than 400 Christmas cheer box-
es have been sent to New York uni-
versity students in active service in
France by Chancellor Elmer Elils-
worth Brown's committee of the uni-
versity, which consists of wives of
faculty members. Eatables, games,
and blankets were added at the last
minute in response to a letter receiv-
ed saying that they were needed.
Boxes for the university boys in
the home camps will be packed next
week, making approximately 1,000 in
all.
Rent a good Eastman Kodak 10o
per day. Lyndon, 719 N. University.
:!Illt11i1lll1111t1l11111#I i lll l II 11111111 il
WuerthTheatre
Prices: i5 Cents
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
= NOVEMBER
Sun-Mon-18-19-Douglas Fairbanks in
"The Man from Painted Post."*Also
Victor Moore Comedy. Eve, 2oc.
Tues-Wed-20-2zi-Louise Lovely in "Sir-
ens of the Sea." Also Comedy. "
Thur-Fri-22-23-Julian Eltinge in "The
C Countess Charming." Also Keystone
... Comedy, "The Late Lamented."
Sat-2-Wm. Courtney in "Hunting ofE
= the Hawk." Also Serial, "Neglected=
Wife," No. 12.
2 Sun-Mon-25-26-Billie Burke in "Arms
= and the Girl." Also Miss Myrtle
Stedman in person will sing. And
SVictor Moore Comedy. Sunday only.
.. 25 cents.

Mat. a~c"L
MAJESTICMae. 0-0
Ev7 :32 and 9:00
Eve.5 .n 2..0c.

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THREE DAYS STARTING MONDAY NITE
BIG CIRCUS WEEK

AMAZING MILITARY DRAMA

15. Tons of Anfimal lnteligence and Activity. See these Mammonth
Pets in a real Playlet. Nothing like it ever here before
Special Peanut Matinee
Right after School 3:20 P.M. Wednesday Nov. 21
Reception on stage for ladies and children to feed Elephants
Peanuts furnished free to all

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Archie Nicholson Trio
A Scintillating Bit of
Laugh and Music

Chief Little Elk & Co.
America's Foremost Indian
Entertainers in Song, Mnste
and Indian Dancing Numbers

iOrpheumTheatre
aa -
SPrices:. ioc unless otherwise specified
=Matinees 2. 3:30. Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30=
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
NOVEMBER-
Sun-s8-LittleN EMaryBMcAlister in
"Young Mother Hubbard." Also =
e "Do Children Count?"
Man-ig-Wm. Russell in "Sands of Sac-
c 1e a
= rifice." Also Weekly and Comedy.=
= =..,naIe
Tues-2o-Carlyle Blackwell in "The Bur-
eglar." Also Comedy.
Wed-21-Chas. Ray in "The Pinch Hit-
ter." Also Triangle Comedy.oRe.y
= booked. .
CThur-22a-Walt Whiteman in "The Tar
= Heel Warrior." Also Triangle Corn.
= edy and Weekly. a
=Fri-23-Olive Thomas in "Broadway.:
Arizona." Also Triangle Comedy
and Weekly.
IIIIIlIlItIIIIIII1iIIIIIII IIIIfIlIIIIIN

Jane Mills & '
The Somewhat
Different Comedies
SUNDR
DOU
In His
Ge
Shows 1:30-3-7-8:34

Krimka Bros.
Eceentric Comedy
Aerobats

AY TODAY ONLY
JGLAS FAIRBANKS
Picture in the Papers
o. Ades Comedies

10-i5c

COMING 4 SHOWS THANKSGIVING 2:30-4-7:30-9

DON'T MISS iT

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