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ATTEMPTS TO
G HOUSE

:Iamilton, sanitarian of
y health service will
of suggested menus each
Daily. These members
rAfnlV nrenared from a

to

t--Apricots, roll-
ikes, ryes bread
.eo. coffee or milk.
soup, Italian gu-.
.d, rye bread, but-j
Jelly, milk or tea.
tatoes, rib roast,
s, oatmeal bread,
than pudding, tea

keeping rigid account of the circula- Cleaning Special,
tion of books of that nature. The
books on explosives will continue to Dancing Friday
circulate from the University library, at the Armory:-A
but the city library -has complied with
the request of the Intelligence de- Tiare is opporti
partment. ads.-Adv.
Mabel Norm
THE SNUGGLY GIRL
--in-
"DODGING A Ml
By Edgar Selwyn and A. M. Kenn(
Directed by George Loane Tucke
One Million Dollars A Trunkful of
A Beautiful Heiress A Bottle of Sko
A Handsome Lover Two Dozen M
A Mysterious Foreigner All the Clothes
"IT'S A GOLDWYN PICTUR]
A Drama of Thrills, Mystery, Laughter a
WILL BE SHOWN AT
TODAY and TOMORROV
TWENTY CENTS

sauce,
to'ast,

Luncheon-Scalloped potatoes with
cheese, vegetable curr,, cabbage with
French ,dressing, rye muffins, butter
or oleo, ,auce and cake, milk or tea.
Dinner-Mashed potatoes, bean cro-
quettes, creamed turnips, bread and
butter or oleo, apple pie or ice cream,
tea, coffee or milk.
* Wednosday-Break-fast-Stewed figs,'
corn mealor uffed rice, barley bread
Wtoasted, butter or' oleo, coffee or milk.
Luncheon-Bouillon, mashed pota-
toes, sausage, lettuce salad, corn
bread, and butter or oleo.;, carampel
junket, milk or tea.
Dinner-Boiled pota.'uos, roabt mut-
ton with mint sauce, stewed tomatoes,-
rye bread and butter or oleo, prune
custard, tea, coffe.; ,r milk.
Thursday-Breakfast-Prunes, corn-
meal mush or corn flakes, toast, but-
ter or oleo, coffee or milk.
Luncheon-Cream of toma:.o scup,
potatoes, baked hash with catsup, win-
ter radishes, bread and butter or oleo,
sauce and cake, tea or milk
Dinner-Baked pta'.oas, beef steak
with onions, grape marmalade, barley
bread, and butter or oleo, chocolate
pie, tea, coffee or milk.
Friday-Breakfast--Prunes, corn-
meal mush or corn flakes, toast, but-
ter or oleo, coffee or milk.
Luncheon-Salsify soup, French
fried potatoes, mackerel with Holland-
aise sauce, pickles, bread and butter
or oleo, French toast with syrup, tela
or milk.
hI: Dinner-Mashed potatoes, halibut
steak, asparagus salad, corn bread,
butter or, oleo, Spanish cream, tea,
coffee or milk.
Saturday-Breakfast-Bananas, ho-
miny or shredded wheat, toast and
butter or oleo, coffee or milk.
3 Luncheon-Baked potatoes, ham-
= burg steak.on, toast, horse radish
sauce, bread and butter or oleo,
sauce and cake, tea or milk.
Dinner-Riced potatoes. tongue en
casserole, with vegetables, V ldorf
salad, brown bread and butter or oleo,
black raspberry shortcake, t/a, coffee

LORETTA SHERIDAN WITH "THE GIRL OF MY HEART" AT THE
WHITNEY, TOMORROW NIGHT.

with barley dumplings, string be ,, s
celery and nut salad, rye bread and
butter and oleo, peach pie or ice
'cream, tea, coffee or milk.
Luncheon-Cream toast, marmalAd ,
cocoa, tea, coffee or milk.
Choice lisFrom
Colleg.e Lxchangoes
Women students at Bloomington,
Ind., will help to make over clothing
at the Y. W. C, A. for the poor of the
city.
In accordance with a decision of
the student council, seniors at Cor-
nell will not wear the accustomed
cap and gown at commencement this
year.
President Thompson of Ohio State
university, will dedicate a service flag
containing over 3,000 stars to the
university at a patriotic celebration
to be held alumni day, May 25.
Columbia students acted as'aids to
the New York coal, administrator dur-
ing the recent coal shortage.
The Princeton university glee club
will not go on regular concert tour
this year, and will instead give free
entertainment at the cantonments
throughout the country.
Students at the' University of Wis-
consin are putting their old jewelry
into a melting pot. The contents will
be sold for the benefit of French
orphans.
Property in the vicinity of Ithaca
was damaged by the severest wind
in years a few weeks ago. The roof
of the organic laboratory of Morse'
hall on the Cornell campus was de-
stroyed.
UNDERCLASS WOMEN INITED
TO ATTEND FOOD LECTURES
Sophomore and freshmen girls are
invited to attend the food lectures
given at 4 o'clock every. Monday, Wed-
nesday, and Friday afternoon in Room
203 Tappan hall, by Dr. Herbert W.
Emex son and Miss Grace Greenwood.
Food values, menu-making calories,
and articles on Mr. Hoo-er's food con-
' ervation work. are diseussed in this
course of lectures.,

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ATHE THEATERS

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* "Love O' Mike" at the Garrick.
* "The Girl of My Heart" at the'
* Whitney, Friday, March 8.
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* Ruth Chatterton in- "Come Out
* of the Kitchen," at the Whitney,
* Monday, March 11.

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TODAY

THEY ALL SAY IT'S GREAT!
WID GUNNING, By Telegraph to Goldwyr
gratulations on Mabel Normand in "Dodging a V
Cannot remember ever seeing before such an enjoyab
bination of mystery, farce, speed and class, with tou
pathos and romance.
MOVING PICTURE WORLD: "Dodging
lion" is a genuine photodrama--swift, with plenty of
new Mabel Normand indeed, and a joyously surprisi
BOSTON RECORD: Mabel Normand's re
"Dodging a Million" is more than triumphant. They
one who could take her place as a star; she's the que
edienne of the screen.
DRAMATIC MIRROR: "Dodging a Millio
splendid production and a novel mystery drama whici
as a wonderful medium for bringing Mabel Normand
the screen. It will delight her legion of admirers.

Majestic-"The Wild Strain."
Orpheum- William V. Mong in
"The Hopper." Also comedy, "A
Safe Disaster."
Wuerth-Vivian Martin in "Mol-
ly Entangled." Also Mack Ser-
vice, "Bed-Room Blunder."
Arcade -- Mable Normand in
"Dodging a Million." Also Mutt
and Jeff comedy, "More Haste'
Less Speed."
Rae-Beverly Bayne and. Fran-
cis Bushman in "The Voice of
Conscience." Also Drew comedy.

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THEAT
MARCH 8

Perry J. Kelly's Joyous

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;00, 3 :30
8:oo, 9:30
16o-J
c; Evenings zoc
e Tax
R MARCH

* * * * * * S* *' '*e * S*
AT THE WHITNEY
In "Girl of My Heart," at the Whit-
ney tomorrow night, Eda May Luke
will play the part of the leading wo-
man, Mabel Splendid, and Vertner
Saxton, the young tenor of the con-
cert stage, plays the part of Jack
Thunderer. Twenty others make up
the remainder of the cast, and the
scenes are laid in New York and Jap-
an. The large chorus makes up the
rest of the company.

in

-Breakfast--One-half grape
cakes and syrup, toast and
oleo, coffee or milk.
-Mashed potatoes, chicken

Book and Lyrics by Arthur T.Lamb.

Music by

AT THE MAJESTIC

CLEANED AND REBLOCKED
with a new band
LOOKS LIKE NEW
Saves $2.00 or $8.00
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta
Telephone 1792

Alfred Whitman, a photoplay star,
will appear at the Majestic today in
"The Wild Strain," a Vitagraph pic-
ture adapted from' the story, "The
Eighth Great Grand Parent," by Ru-
dolph and Lillian Chester. Whitman
assumes the role of a young bank
clerk who is an aspirant to the at-
tention of a wealthy heiress.
AT THE ARCADE
"Dodging a Million" may not be a

Seats Now Seing

With EDA ANN LUKE
And an exceptional Company of Musical Comedy
A dainty Dancing Chorus, the Incarnation of a
is dainty feminity.
All Fun, Melody, Iiaucing, Pretty Girls, Beautiful Scenery a

Price:4

WHITNEY T

Free Exhibition of Raemaeker's
Great War Cartoons, daily at James
Foster's House of Art.-Adv.

.j t

Festival TicketsH

personal question but nevertheless it
is uniquely developed in a photoplay
by that name in which Mabel Nor-
wand, a widely known star, appears
at the Arcade today and tomorrow.
Love, laughter, and luxury with the
accompanging beautiful gowns and
jewels, together with the attractive
personality of Miss Normand, have
given the photoplay a nation-wide rep-
utation.
BOOKS ON EXPLOSIVES CANNOT
BE CIRCULATED, SAYS ORDER

Monday, March 111

From the 32 Weeks

Engagement In New

Henry Miller

s for Tickets will be filled in advance
in order of receipt:

RUTH

Block "B," $5.50

Block "C," $4.5(

"Cover-Coupon" is exchanged deduct $3.00)

r

Hlul- Auditorium
March-9, 8 o'clock, (Eastern Time

- Cease the circulation of books and
documents on the subject of the manu-
facture and nature of explosives, is
the demand sent to Thomas O'Brien,
chief of police, by the military intel-
ligence bureau at Washington. It in-
structs the local police to cause all
books on that subject in public libra-
) ries to be removed from the shelves.
The reason'for this is to prevent
knowledge of th'at subject from being
used to the disadvantage of the gov-
ernment.
Mr. W. W. Bishop, University libra-

CHATTERTO
with BRUCE McRAE
and the original company in
the delightful comedy by A. I

Come Out

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