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DR. S. E. TAYLOR
TO SPEAK HERE
Dr. S. Earl Taylor will deliver the
first of two lectures dealing with his
experiences on trips he made around
the world, at 7:30 o'clock tonight,
in Lane hail.
Doctor Taylor has had much exper-
ience as a photographer, in recogni-
tion of which he was made a fellow of
the Royal Photographic society, and
will illustrate his lecture with views
he has taken during his travels. Some
of his photographs show Jerusalem,
Mt. Sinai, and the ruined city of Petra.
Doctor Taylor is delivering his lec-
tures at five of the most important
universities in the middle west, Mich-
igan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, and
the University of Chicago.
The*.second lecture will be given
on a different phase of the subject
tomorrow night, at the same time and
place.

The situation between Germany and
Holland is still obscure.
AU Day Battle Continues
Paris, April 24.-The battle on the
whole front south of the Somme and
on the Avre lasted all day, and still
continues, according to the war office
announcement tonight. 'The Germans
gained a footing in the woods to the
northward of Hangard-en-Santerre,
which the French are desperately de-
fending.
Heavy enemy assaults were shatter-
ed near Hailles, and attacks on Senec-
at Wood and Hill 62 also failed.
A RCAD.E

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ALICE BRADY IN "WOMAN AND
WIFE," AT THE ARCADE TODAY
AND TOMORROW.
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.amp and
ilk bow,
:ailored effe

ct.

Unusual value at $5.50.

Over Boot Shop I
R. J. Hoffstetter, Prop.
115 S. Main St.

AT THE THEATERS
"Over the Top," at the Garrick.
TODAY
Majestic-"The Kaiser."
Wuerth-J. Warren Kerrigan in
"The Turn of a Card."

SHOWS AT 3:oo, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
*c Unless Otherwise Specified.

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Thur-Fri-25-26-Alice Brady in "Woman
and Wife" and Christie Comedy,,
"Thirty Days."
Sat-27-Constance Talmadge in "The
Stdios Girl" and Cartoon, "Rheum-
antics." 20C.
Mon-29-Edith Storey in "The Claim"
and Drew Comedy, "His Strength
of Mind."
Tueso-Viola Dana in "Blue Jeans"
(Ret.) and Pathe News.

esa i.50 & $2 uV g R- l wll'U IVed. an
Balance House K25c to $1~
25c to $1.00 ETRUIT E Seats
Messrs.'Lee and J. J. Shubert's Sumptiu
"OVER THE TOP'
Big Musical Event
ttiut Y lnnunlillllrnnIllllllill
: Wuerth Theatre
Matinees-2:oo, 3:30
Evenings-6:3o, 8:00, 9:30
-. Phone-i 6o-J
Prices:-Matinees i5c; Evenings 20
I = We Pay the Tax
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
Thur-Fri-25-26-J. Warren Kerriga
in "The Turn of a Card," in 7 par
Sat-27-Mary Mis Minter in 'Po
c rs That Pray." Weekly NO. 2,
Comedy, "The Lamb."
Skin-1on-28-29-Geraldine Farrar
"The Devil Stone." Also Son
Democracy, No. 6, "A Presideni
Answer."
Tues-Wed-3o Apr i-Maciste, "He
S of Cabiria," in "The Warrior," in
parts. Also "Eagle Eye," No. 8.
Thur-Fri-Mar 2-3-Jack Pickford
"Spirit of '17."
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10 rpheum Tet
Matinees-2z:oo, 3:30
Evenings-6:3o, 8:00, 9:30
Phone-r6o-J
Prices:
Mat. ioc; Eve. x5c; Children 5c
No Tax
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
'1hur-Fri-25-26-Dorothy Phillips
"Grand Passion," in 6 parts.
Sat-27-Gladys Hulette in "Mr
Stacker." Also Weekly and Comed
= Sun-Mon-28-29-Henry Waithalli
"Humbrum Brown." Also 2-Rei
S Comedy, "A Preacher's Son."
Tues-3o-Elsie Ferguson in "Barba
Sheep." Also "Eagle Eye," No.
(Ret. )
Wed-Mch -Douglas Fairbanks
. "Man from Painted Post." Al
= "Eagle Eye," No.8S. (Ret.)

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of the University of Michigan
:t our riew line of very smart models in

Young Men's Top-coats
Young Men's Gabardines
Young Men's Suits
ely tailored garments every one of them. Fashions
Est ideas. We advise early inspection.
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Sa Plate of Ice Cream every Day
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TODAY
12:15 o'clock-Dental faculty lunch-'
eon at the Michigan Union.
4:15 o'clock-Junior lits meet in
University hall.
7:30 o'clock- Dr. S. Earl Taylor
lectures in Lane hall.
8 o'clock-Cercle Francais plays in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
TOMrO amww
7 o'clock-Alpha Nu literary society
meet in Alpha Nu rooms, Univer-
sity hall.
8 o'clock-Charles Castre spleaks
in Natural Science auditorium on
"The Spirit of France.
8:30 o'clock - Catholic Students'
party in Packard academy.
U-NOTICES
The Varsity Glee club will rehearse
at 6:45 o'clock tonight at the School
of Music. The Varsity Mandolin club
will rehearse at 7 o'clock tonight in
University hall. All members must
be present.
The Junior fits will hold an im-
portant meeting at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon in University hall to nom-
inate candidates for the Student coun-
cil for the All-campus election to be
held May 3.
Seniors of all departments will as-
semble at 3 o'clock this afternoon at
the campus flag pole for the annual
senior cane parade.
The Canadian club will postpone for
a week the meeting scheduled for to-
day.
BRITISH PROCLAMATION GIVES
PROTECTION TO JERUS4LEM

Orpheum-Dorothy Phillips
"Grand Passion."

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Arcade-Alice Brady in "Woman
and Wife." Also Christie comedy,
"Thirty Days."

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A HAT

AT THE MAJESTIC

CLEANED AND REBLOCKED
withanw band
LOOKS LIKE NEW
Saves $2.00 or $3.00
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta
Telephone x-792
MAJESTIC
THEATRE.,

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Refreshing, Nourishing

GET YOUR
xt Books and Supplies
From the "Store with the College Spirit"
Sheehan & Co.

Professor Waterman Tells
City in Union Lee-
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of HolyI

Five hundred people stood up and
applauded Ambassador James W.
Gerard and President Wilson as they
were shown on the screen in "The
Kaiser, The Beast of Berlin" at the
Majestic last night.
This picture is a patriotic produc-
tion dealing with the devastation and
destruction wrought by Germany up-
on Belgium. It portrays historical bits
of the world war, and shows the Kai-
ser decorating a German commander
of an undersea destroyer for the sink-
Pg of the Lusitania. The medal shown
in the picture is the real decoration
that was struck by the German gov-
ernment three days before the sink-
ing of the vessel.
The picture ends with the success-
rul siege and capture of Berlin and
the handing oer of the Kaiser to
King Albert, of -Belgium to keep as
'his prisoner. Rupert Julian, as Wil-
\helm II, acts the ignoble character
Of the kaiser to perfection and is sup-
ported by an excellent cast.
This picture is one of the two re-
cently released plays dealing with the
'kaiser, the other being "My Four
Years in Germany," based on the
book of the same name written by
Ambassador Gerard. "The Kaiser"
will be shown at the Majestic today
and tomorrow, at the matinee and
evening performances.
AT THE ARCADE
Alice Brady gives one of her best
impersonations in the picture,
"Woman and Wife,tplaying at the
Arcp~de today and tomo~oV. Ifrhe
tory is adapted from Charlotte Bronte's
famous novel, "Jane Eyre." In the
first reels, Miss Brady is seen in the
role of a young girl whose unruly
temper has compelled her relatives
'to send her to a reform school. In
the later reels, she appears as the
governess in the home of a wealthy
Englishman whom she afterward
'marries. Miss Brady's interpretation
of Jane is being very well received.
HUN TROOPS HAMMER ALLIED
INFANTRY SOUTH OF SO1ME
(Continued from Page One)
is probable that preparations to meet
it have been made.
Savage fighting is reported along
the line from Bailleul to .Merville.
There have been assaults upon the
British forces near Bethune.

TODAY

ANNETTE
KELLERMAN
(Veinus'es Onl13 Rival)

THE

Kaiser

--in-

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"The Beast of Berlin"

"A Daughter''God
THE PHOTOPLAY THAT
COST $1,000,000
NEVER BEFORE AT THIS
PRICE
SEE Miss Kellerman's Wond
ful Diving and Water Soene
Shows-3:00, 7:00, 6:30-Sho
25c which includes Sc tax

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Shows-S:00, 7:00, 8:30-Shows

SATURDAY
April 27

and SUNI

25c

Including tax

25c

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Detroit

H Wild&Co.

WILL MAKE YOUR NEW

Spring Clothes
RDING TO FASHION'S LATEST DECREE.
attractive Fabrics of the newest patterns will not
fail to please.

CALL AND LET US SHOW THEM.

"Like the crusaders of old, but with-
out pomp and ceremony, General Al-
lenby's forces entered Jerusalem last
August and delivered the Holy city
from the Turkish misrule under which
it had lain ever since the middle ages,"
said Prof., Leroy Waterman last night,'
in his lecture on "Jerusalem, Meso-
potamia, and the War," given under
the auspices of the Michigan Union.
"General Allenby quietly entered
the city through the Jaffa gate on
foot, and immediately issued a pro-
clamation in six languages, ordering
protection for all sacred places of
the town. In marked contrast was the
visit of the kaiser, shortly before the
war, when a part of the walls were
torn down and the emperor dragged
into the city like the Trojan horse,
amid a great celebration."
Professor Waterman's talk dealt
chiefly with the historical importance
of the country, three great religions
having originated in Jerusalem, while
Mesopotamia was the birthplace of
the human race, the original garden
of Eden.
"The British campaign against Pal-
estine was not a haphazard warfare
against the Turks, but a determined
effort to drive them from a position
which threatened the Suez canal, oft-
en called the 'Jugular vein of the Brit-
ish empire."
R. 0. T. C. MEDICS DISPUTE
BECOMES MORE ACUTE
(Continued from Page One)
warrantable excuses, we merely ques-
tion the fairness of Lieutenant Mullen
in making promises contradictory to
general orders 49.
"It seems hardly right that the
brunt of Lieutenant Mullen's evident,
misinterpretation of orders should
fall upon students who enrolled for
training in spite of scholastic difficul-
ties, and with the understanding that
they could be excused from drill if it
interfered with their scholastic work.
Use the Daily elassied column&

"JAN E

ALICE

In Charlotte Bronte's famous Novel

Screened under the title of

"WOMAN AND WIFE"

BRADY

EYRE'

311 S STATE ST.

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SN SEASON WITH
RY OVER CLEVELAND
ril 24.- Detroit opened
n league season today
2 victory over Cleveland

by bunching hits off Bagby in the first
and third innings. Erickson, who pitch-
ed for Detroit, was wild at times, but
.his teammates saved him. Cleveland
scored its two runs in the fifth when
Erickson passed three men and allow-
ed two hits.
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Announces the Arrival

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at Attractive Prices
taking Used Kodaks in exchange toward New.
a we have use for all of them in our Rental De-I
my of them at much less than their real value.:
get your Kodak out and have it put in order for'
to me for adjustment and cleaning.
OTOGRAPHER, 719 No. University Ave.

60 Caps and Gowns in All
Styles and Sizes for
Bachelors, Masters
and Doctors

ALICE BRADY

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MissBrady brings to the screen in "Woman. and Wife" a living
feeling portrayal of Charlotte Bronte's immortal "Jane Ey1
See her at the

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