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TODAY AND TOMORROW 3,7:30 and9 P. Me

ARTER

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In "Nobody Home" at tlip Whitney '[isheaor, Thtrsday, , Apil 11

In his Rerparkable Spiritualistic Seances and Marvelaus

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AND AN ALL STAR VAUDEVILLE BILL
,UNDAY Maud Gilbert and Wan. H. Tooker 1 :30-3-7-8:30
%PRIL 9 "T HE FOOL'S REVENGE" 10eC
3 days starting Monday, Apr. 10
last appearance i n
RYACOMAAnn Arbor, and she
AN DAPPROVED BYNEWYRKMAN- will no doubt repeat
"+AGE RS F R OM W H OM T H I S EASON'S
her former successes
Monday Night and Tuesday Matinee
First time at Popular Prices The Biggest Laughing Hit in Years

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AT THE THEATER
TODAY
Majestic--Carter,the Myste
Arcade-Francis X. Bushm
and Beverly Bayne in "The Wa
Between."
Orpheum - Fanny Wardi
"Tennessee's Pardner."
TOMORROW
Majestic-Carter, the Myste
oils.
Arcade - Henry WaIthal
"Birth of Man."
Orpheum-Willard Mack a
Enid Markey in "The Conqu
or."
NEXT WEEK
Whitney-Thursday, April
-"Nobody Home."
Majestic-=-Mon., Tues., Wed.
Nancy Boyer Stock Compan
Thurs., Fri., Sat.-"Six Lit'
Wives."
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or five hours is very hard. On the
stage, however, she is always moving
about and even if you do have to work
for many hours during rehearsals, one
can move about and the dancing is
lots of fun as well as good exercise."
At Me )hijes;tie
Anticipating that quite a number of
the students will Pemain in Ann Arbor
during the spring vacation, the man-
agement of the Majestic has arranged
an entertaining program.
The current bill which closes tomor-
row is headed *by Carter, a prestigi-
tator of °renown, who has also gained
quite a reputation as an illusionist.
Harry Richards and Bessie Kyle
have an act which they call "A Regu-
lar Club Fellow," one of those bright,
breezy, frothy affairs for laughing pur-
poses only. Bert Howard, the rube
comedian, certainly can tickle the
ivories and his songs are of the catchy
order. .
Bell and Eva open with a singing,
dancing and turbling novelty.
Sunday the picture policy will con-
tinue, with Maud Gilbert and William
H. Tooker in a clever photoplay called
"A Fool's Revenge." The play tells
of a clowa, who, seeking revenge,
unknowingly gives his daughter into
the hands of a wealthy libertine.
Starting Monday night and twice
aily therea;ter until Wednesday night,
matinees at 2:30 and nights at 3:15,
that popular actress, Nancy Boyer, will
return and play a repertoire of popu-
lar New York successes. Monday
night and Tuesday matinee "A Pair of
Sixes" will be played for the first time
at popular prices. This well known
comedy is one of the funniest plays
ever written and is jammed full of
laughs and the entire three acts are
sparkling with wit.
Tuesday night, by popular request,
Miss Boyer will repeat her former
success here, "Baby Mine." This needs
no comment or introduction as it is
a sure gloovi chaser and the manner in
which it is acted and produced is well
known.
The last day, matinee and night,
Wednesday, "Bought and Paid For"
will be the attraction. This will be
Miss Boyer's last appearance in Ann
Arbor this season.
For th-ree days starting Thursday,
(coitin u ed ol pago five)

A Pair of

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A Tonic prescribed for all attacked with the Blues
Tuesday Night Only --fy Request
That Favorite Mayo Farce

"BABY

MINE"

"Nobody Home" at the Whitney
Ask a chorus girl why she went on
the stage and nine out of ten of them
will tell you that the work is so much
easier than being an artist's model.
It is surprising how many of them
have been models for prominent ar-
tists. Archie Gunn, Dana Gibson, and
other artists must at some ,time have
drawn pictures of nine-tenths of the
chorus girls who are now appearing
in musical comedy. Whether this is
an amiable fiction on the part of the
chorus ladies or not, Miss Mary Orr,
one of the prettiest of the girls with
John P. Slocum's musical comedy,
"Nobody Home," which comes to the
Whitney theater on Thursday, April
13, blushingly admits that she, too, has
been a model.
"Standing in one position for four

Last Times--Saturday, Matinee and Night Only

That Big Comedy
Drama Success

"Bought and Paid

For "

Just Three Days, starting Thurs. Night, April 13
Another of those Famous Boyle Woolfolk Shows

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FRESH FRONT

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THE

SIX

LITTLE

W IVES"

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THE ACME OF EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL COMEDY
With RAYMOND PAINE and a Chorus of Young, Pretty and Charming Girls
SUNDAY WILLIAM FARNUM, the $100,000 Star, in
APRIL 16
The Fight Scene is more vicious and more exciting than the famous Office Scene
NOEin "The Spoilers," in which Mr. Farnum participated.,
One Full Week, corn. Monday Night, April 17

Submitted by Waldo M. Abbott
wins the Slogan Contest prize
of $10 in gold.
41. E. Pitkin and E. =. Feather-
stone received honorable men-
tion.

Matinee every Day but Monday, starts 2:30

Every Night, Show starts at 8:15

RTi UR C HATTERDON

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Goldman Bros.

And his invincible Company, including PEARL EVANS LEWIS

SCIENTIFIC

CLEANERS

1641%4% T 19INIC

a Repertoire of New York Successes.

The first time at Popiular Prices

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