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November 29, 1914 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-11-29

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THE

HJ~ORIG~AN DAILY

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1, TussH Wed,
OOD SHOW

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Phone 1701
Every Night at 7:30 and 9:00
ALWAYS A OOOD 9W

ys 3

ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
Nov. 30, Dec. 1-2

3 Days 3

'I R,
LIOI

laster
AND

lagican
USING A REAL LIVE
MAN-EATING LION

IS,

BRIDE

a

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Things

An Entire Carload of

i

Will See!

Scenery

? MAGICAL DIVORCE," a novel conceit in which a
uman being vanishes in air.
!TERY OF TIlE CRYSTAL CASKET," the crea-
on of a human being from space.
ASTRAL 'hAND !" where a hand appears in mid-
r and writes a message.
IAL LEVITATION," illustrating Brahmin's theory
f suspended animation.
LION'S BRIDE," with a ferocious, man-eating king
f the forest.
pendous, Spectacular, TJcird Magical ProducBion on
a Magnificent Scale Heretofo re Un attenpted.

Animals

and Effects

The Acme of Mystery, Where Every Law of Science is
Defied, and
Where Magic and B-lack Art are not only Possible but
Where the Senses are Dazed by the Magnificent
Display of

YOU ENER SAW BE-
VIARVEL OF THE

Beauty, Splendor and Art

1

" iJ

"CARTER" (HIMSELF) America's Greatest Magician.

These

Wonderful
Acts are

the

Headliners

!":
j ,'''r

of the

are

Vaudeville

same,

Bill,

Spectacular Illusion in which a ferocious forest-bred Lion is Mysteriously utilized

Y The maiden appeals for her life, but in vain. The Shah sounds the alarm
m teuj gong, the maidenhis seized when the royal buglenisrsounded, a powerful
.i the Punjaub and a mystic Mahatma appears. He has been entreated by the maiden's
re her life. The prince greets the Shah, and asks the reason for his having taken the young
er. The Shah, guilty, answers by hanging his head. The Prince*asks permission to take the
home to her father; the Shalh refuses. The Prince reminds ;the Shah that he (the Prince) is

a powerful Mahatma, and could magically take the young lady if he wished, and shows the Shah the in-
signia of the mystic Order of Yogi. The Shah still refuses, and the Prince takes his leave, threatening to
return and claim the young maiden. The Shah incarcerates the young lady in the ante-cage, preparatory
to het execution,--charges a female slave to guard her, and repairs to his palace to rest. The Prince
enters here, bribes the female attendant to help him, disguises himself as a priest, and prepares to save
the fair prisoner. Forthwith the lion leaps at the maiden and apparently tears her to pieces-and it is
up to you to figure out how she is saved." "IT WILL KEEP YOU GUESSING."

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