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April 01, 1916 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Arcade - Maude
"Bondwomen:"
Orpheum - Henry
and Tsuru Aokl in"
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the author, has retained this same true the Land," a sensational and interest-
sense of comedy, and while satire in ing drama, will be presented and the
its most delicate vein may not appeal entire company participates.
to the average American audience, the Tonight, "Kick-In" will be present-
ed. The story is about Chick Hewes,
wishing to give his despicable broth-
er-in-law enough money with which
to leave town, turns to his r wife and
says, "How much have we?" She re-
plies, as she draws the carefully hoard-
ed roll from her bosom, "Nearly four
hundred, Chic." The significance of
this little scene goes straight to the
heart and touches a responsive chord
in every spectator

Lauder at the Whitney
Harry Lauder, the famous Scotch
comedian, who comes to the Whitney
theatre, Wednesday, April 5, can guage
his working time by minutes in the
week. He works only six days a
week-for no price will he consent to
give a performance on Sunday-and in
those six days, with two performances
a day, he is on the stage for four hun-
dred and eighty minutes. With his
salary as a basis, it works out that
his earning capacity is, $1:41 2-3 a
minute. The average man's wage is
$1.16 1-2 a day, according to statistics.
"Bunker Bean" Next Week
At the Whitney theater, Thursday,
April 6, Mr. Joseph Brooks will pre-
sent a new star in Taylor Holmes,
who has in the past few years done
excellent Vork and gained a wide
popularity. Mr. Holmes will appear
in the new comedy entitled "His Ma-
jesty Bunker Bean." The play was
constructed from Harry Leon Wilson's
story of like title published in the Sat-
urday Evening Post. It is rather a
satirical treatise on the control of
mind over matter. In making the play,

RIGHT NOW
WHILE THE THING IS ON YOUR MIND
Call up the Wife or Sweetheart and ask her to meet you for Lunch and find out if it is really so at

THE

RENELLEN

HOSPICE

TAYLOR HOLMES
In "His Majesty Bunker Bean" at the
Whitney, April 6
characters in "His Majesty Bunker
Bean" are so cleverly developed and
use patois of such familiar terms that
they cannot help but reach across the
footlights and provoke the laughter
of the audience to their immense en-
tertainment.
At the Majestic
Today is the last of the Marguerite
Fields stock company at the Majes-

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