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In -after

-months of exile, signed the contract
the and others were at once formed into
aate columns of 100 or 150, and were march,
dl is ed towards the front to work on the1
pied trenches.I
of-
Dr. LaFevre Conducts Clinic Friday
had Dr. George E. LaFevre of Muske-
Bel- gon, will hold a general surgical clinic
one from 1:3~0to 4 o'clock Friday after-
the no in the amnhitheater of the Hom-
uge.
tri- oeopathic hospital.
Ri to
Here TYPEWRITING neatly~, promptly.
e it and accurately done-Biddle, Nickcles
'ork, Arcade.-Adv.

Uil IUliLIUII I UIIUUC
FROM LOER SCHOOLSu
PROF. JOHN W. SCHOLL1 ADVISES
TEACHING' ONLY AMER-
[CAN LANGUAGE

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AT THE THEA

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"So Long Letty," at the Garrick.

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TODAY

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* Whitney-"A Good for
*Husband."

Nothing *

Prof. John W. Scholl of the German

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and Sat
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THIS WEEK

department declared himself in favor
of excluding foreign language instruc-
tions from the American elementary
schools in a recent article published
i the New YcrkTimes.
Professor Scholl reviewed a move-
ment on foot by Bethmann-Zimmer-
mann-Zolf & Co. to centralize all
agencies now existing Fand to create
new ones for the maintenance of polt-
ical loyalty to the fatherland among
all Germans who leave their home
shores. Hie said that the unification
of American ideals demands that all
foreign tongues be excluded from the
curiculum of schools which teach
children under high school age.
Young America May Decide
"What to do with schools above the
elementary seems a bit perplexing,
and opinions diverge," Professor
Scholl writes. "Young America may
take a hand in settling the question
as it seems to intend, judging by the
great slump everywhere in the study
of German. But as young America is
not always as far sighted as school
boards and college governors, there'
mnay be an official retention of the
study of the German language and lit-
erature in the curriculum of all larger
high schools and of all colleges, in
the belief that many young Americans)
may again come to realize the value
of a full international equipment for,
leadership.
Condemns Pan-Germanism

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Wuerth- Marguerite Clark in
"Bab's Burglar." Also Victor
Moore Comedy.
Rae-William S. Hart in "Hell's
Hinges." ".Jerry There and Back."

Orpheu -Bryant Washburnli
* "Skinner's Baby." Also Comedy.

Majestic- Mrs. Vernon Castle
in "Stranded in Arcady." and Wil-
liam S. Hart in "The Last Card."

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AT THE WHITNEY

PRESENTS

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Whitney Collins' latest stage suc-
cess "A° Good for Nothing Husband,"
will be the attraction at the Whit-
ney today. The husband is a lovable
old inventor, a modernized Rip Van
Winkle, and there is an equal parallel
in character in the wife, who is de-
picted as a worried, shrewish woman,
whose nerves strain to the breaking
point over her cheerily shiftless hus-
band. However, the old gentleman
stumbles upon a really successful in-
vention, and good fortune at last
comes to relieve his troubled family.
Dorothy LaVerne, leading woman,
has appeared in such plays as "Peg
0' My Heart," "The Third Degree,"
and "Within the Law," and Jack
Flemming handles the title role.

Greenwood

na

to get these days-your room
so that studying is none too

HEATER is just the thing to take
- ashes, just connect to a lamp socket
s not so much as you thought and it

"No one can go further than I in
condemnation of the Pan-German AT THE GARRICKI
dream, its sponsers, its methods, its
brutal accomplishments and still mad- "So Long Letty," Oliver Morosco's
der hopes, but a sober sense of values successful musical farce comes to the
may lead to the recognition that every Garrick theater, Detroit, this week.
great leader needs English, French, The farce is a travesty on trial
and German today, in order to possess marriage and the affinity idea, the
the international character and ad- plot dealing with two couples resid-
vantages which the Latinist had a ing in the streetcar-colony on a Cal-
couple of centuries ago. ifornia beach, who 'get the idea that
"Governing bodies would do well ev- they are mismated and plot to rear-
erywhere to see that the responsible range their matrimonial difficulties by
management of German teaching, staffs way of the divorce court.
be placed in the hands of men who are The music is clever and catchy and
not only Americans by naturalization, wYNholly modern.
but by conviction, democrats in every
fiber, who can understand the elemen- AT THE MAJESTIC
tary fact that a man cannot be a sup -
porter of American democracy and at The vaudeville bill which will be
the same time a praiser of the German offered during the first part of this
system, men who are not 'broad-mind- week is well up to the usual Majestic
ed' enough to teach that Germany is standard. The first number on the
right in everything she does, has program features the musical novelty,
done, and shall do, while 'patriotic' "The Girl in the Moon"; it will be fol-
enough to wish America to win the lowed by a rural skit entitled "The
war. . Half Way House," presented by Mr.
Overhaul Institutions and Mrs. Perkins Fisher; and "During
"Only such an overhauling of our the Intermission," by Joe Harris and
institutions can make them safe for Charles Allen discusses the high cost
future service to America and prevents o. opera.
them from furnishing later just the! The variety performance "flonky,
starting point for the proposed re- Tonky Town," recalls the old musical
building of Germany's future along comedy stars, Simpson- and Dean, to
the old line of the Pan-German the stage and their act promises to
dream." be full of good comedy, The so-called
Professor Scholl concluded his arti- novelty skit, "Talk and Action," con-
cle by saying: "We cannot, dare not cludes the program, featuring Pete
consent to a peace with Germanye Walsh and Charles Bentley in acro-
planning such a menace to the com- b'atic stunts.
ity of the Americans and to our - During the latter part of the week
own internal unity unless she is first the following photoplays will be
made too weak to undertake its real- shown: Thursday, Norma Talmadge"
ization." in "Captivating Mary Carstairs"; Fri-
day, "The Winged Mystery," also
Class dancing at tne Packard Aca- Saturday, "The Adventures of Carol."
dey Monday and Thursday eve-~ Today the offering will be: Mrs.
nings, 7:30 to 9:30. Private lessons Vernon Castle in "Stranded iii Ar-
by appointment. enone 1860-F1. cady," and W. S. Hart in "The Last
-Ady. Card.
Wkhwtr'u Thedre

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Shows at 3:00, 6:30, 8:0, 930.
r5c Unless Otherwise Specified.
An-o-Harold Lockwood in "Paradise
Garden" (Ret.) and Drew Comedy,
Tifer First Game."
'ues- i i -Constance Talmadge in "Scan-
dal" (Ret.) and Comned.
Ved-12-irene Femwick in "The Sin
Wioman" and Mutt andf T Car-
toon, "Laundry lBusiness.
Thu-Fri-z3-a4-Mae Marsh in "Sunshie
Alley," and Christie Comedy,"'li
Mlerry Mdix-Up."

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600HW FORLCO.

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GOOD FOR NOTHING HUSBAND"
. THIS WHITNEY TODAY. MAT-
NEE AND NIGHT.

Flowers
Plants
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Baskets
Corsages
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TODAY-WM. S. HART
Jerry Cub Comedy.

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TOMORROW, Monday-MARY MILE
"PERRIWINKLE." Also Cub Come
ADMISSION-10 Cents
VAUDEVILLE 3 DAYS ONLY

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O0 MONDAY-BE A FIRST NITER
3 rDAYS STAIRTING MON. NITE,
-'( ACULAR SINGING NOVELTY
"The Girl in t
Moon"
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Gift Suggestions

Mr. & Ms Perkins

THE MEN IN THE SERVICE
r; Wool Gloves; Sweaters, "Sleeveless," "with
Military Collar ;Ind V Neck;" Army Shirts, and
Uniforms and Overcoats. Also those wonderful
ZTOX TRENCH COATS" in Black and
ined and Unlined.

"THE HALFWAY HOUSE
In "Lra Kendall's Laughing

V V _____ LA J m.A- - -% %
This Afternoon and Tonight
ROBERT SHERMAN Presents
THE SCREAMIN(C COMEDY DRAMA
A~o'
Good for Nothing,
Husband

BASIL & ALLEN
RECRUITING

XORRIS & ALLEN
During Intermission

THE MEN HERE AT HOME

SUNDAY
DEC.
9i

Double Show MRS. T
in "STRANDED IN

Reefers, C

s, Hosiery, Umbrellas, Shirts, "Silk,
)ths," Underwear, Pajamas, Belts,
2loves, Ties, Reefers, and in fact
recia ted by men, in large assortment.
ess Sweaters would be just the idea
itary Drill.

and

BRImMING OVER WITH LAUGHTER AND
HUMAN INTEREST
PRICES:-EVENINO, 25c, 35c, 50c, and 75e

W. S.HART in "THEI
Shows 1:30-3-7-S :30- -" Prices, Citldreo
THURSDAY f NORMAN TALM
DEC. "CAPTIVATING MARY
13 Hans & Fritz Comedy an(
Shows 3-7:30.9 Prices, Childre
FRIDAY "THE WINGED M
DEC. with FRANKLYN
14 ,Physical Culture
Shows 3-7:30-9 Prices, Childre
SATURDAY MADGE EVA
DEC. "ADVENTURES 0]
15 Pathe News of Wol
Shows 3-7:30.9 Prices, Childre

Company

I Matinee

:30 O'CLOCK
PRICES:-25e and We

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This Company Comes Here Direct From Its Detroit

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