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May 31, 1919 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILN

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MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
Pauline Frederick
- in
"A Daughter of
the Old South"
ARCAD E
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Sat-31--May Allison in "The Island of
Intrigue' 'and Big-V Comedy, "Jazz
and Jailbirds."
Sun-Mon-1-2-Geraldine Farrar in "The
Stronger Vow;" Outing-Chester Scenic
and Katzenjammer Kids Cartoon.
WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-31--SESSUE HAYAKAWA in "The
Courageous Coward:" Also a Scenic
and Comedy, "His Wife's Birthday."
Sun-Mon - 1-2 - BILLIE BURKE in
"Peggy" with ,a Sunshine Comedy,
"House of Terrible Scandles."
Tues-Wed-3-4--GLADYS BROCKWELL
in "The Divorce Trap" with a;Lloyd
Comedy, "Back to the Woods" and a
two -reel Educational feature, "Earth's
Greatest Gift."
- COMING-
TAYLOR HOLMES in "TAXI"
Uh
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Tures-Wed-3-4-Nazimova in "The Red
"Lantern;" Star Comedy, "Expert Elop-
er" and News Weekly. 30c. (Shows at
3:00, 7:00, 9:00.).
Sat-31-DOROTHY GISH in "The 'Hope'
Chest" with a News Weekly and Com-
edy.
Sun-Mon-1-2 -KITTY GORDON in
"Mandarin's Gold" with a Mutt and
Jeff Cartoon Comedy, "Left at the
Post" and a Ford Weekly.
- COMING -.
"REBELLIOUS BRIDE"
Tue. Thur. GARRICK Mat. 26-50c
Pop ats.Nights 25e
and Sat. DETROIT SOe and75 c
The Bonstelle Co.
oVMPY"

ORGANIZATION OF MISSISSIPPI
RIVER HIGHWAY INAUGURATED
St. Paul, Minn., May 30.--First steps:
in the organization of ,the Mississippi
river scenic highway were taken here
with formation of the northern divis-
ion. Meetings will be' held soon at
Muscatine, Iowa, and Memphis to or-
ganize the central and southern sec-
tions of the twisting trail.
The highway begins at Lake Itasca,
source of the Mississippi, in Itasca
state park, and follows the river to
the Gulf of Mexico. Thenorthern di-
vision runs from Lake Itasca to Du-
buque, Iowa.
The central division, organized May
26, embraces the trail from Dubuque
to St. Louis. The Southern division
meeting will be held about June 25.
Each division will mark its section of
the route and co-operate with various
highway officials for road improve-
ments and maintenance.
Buy your Trunks, Bags, and Suit
Cases from F. W. Wilkinson. Trade
your old one. Phone 24. 326 N. Main
St.-Adv.

RICHARD CARLE AND A FEW OF THE PRETTY CHORUS GIRLS WHO
'EIL LBE SEEN IN THE NEW YORK CASINO THEATRE MUSIC-
AL COMEDY "FURS AND FRILLS," AT THE WHITNEY THEATRE
ON SATURDAY, MAY 31.

Tennis Balls and
ing's.-Adv.

Rackets at Cush-

TODAY ONLY
MAY ALLISON
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TheIsHand of Intrigue"
By ISABELLE OSTRANDER

If

( AT THE THEATERS
-TQDAY -
Whitney - Richard Carl in
"Furs and Frills."
Majestic - Pauline Frederick
in "A Daughter of the Old South."
Arcade- My Allison in "The
Island of Intrigue."
Wuerth- Sessue Hayakawa in
Ae Courageous Coward.'
Orpheum-Dorothy Gish in "The
Hope Chest."
Shubert.Gaerriek, Detroit-Jessie
Boustelle company in "Grumpy."
Detroit 9pera Huse-on-the-Cm-
pus--Walker Whiteside in "The
Little Brother."
AT THE WHITNEY
"Furs and Frills," is the musical
comedy in which Richard Carlo will
star tonight at the Whitney theater.
The author has succeeded admirably,
it is said, in fitting Mr. Carle with a
comedy role which furnishes him an
excellent opportunity for the most ef-
fective work of his career.
The principal song hits are "When
My Wife Returns," "You Can't Take It
With You When You Die," "Does Polly
Want Wally," "Furs and Frills,"
"Spring," "Deepetion is the Better
Part of Valor," "Loves Menu," and
"The Tale of A Coat"
The plot involves the various for-
tunes of a sable coat, purchased or-
iginally by an extravagant wife pawn-
ed by her hard up brother, redeemed,
then worn by the stenographer and so
on through numerous laughable
scenes
The caste is excellent, comprising
besides Richard Carle, Clara Palmer
Martha Craver, Hattye Fox, George
Bogues, Jay Elwood, Milt Lawson,
William Wolff, Edward Meredith and
others.
AT THE ACADE
May Allison in "The Island of In-
trigue," will be shown at the Arcade
today only. As adapted from the novel
by Isabelle Ostrander, this picture pr-
sents a lively mystery stry with a
romantic thread running through it.
Miss Allison seems to improve with
each feature, and she is rapidly com-
ing to the front as an actress in com-
edies and dramas of the lighter type.
Tomorrow and Monday, Geraldine
Farrar will appear in her latest Gold-
wyn release, "The Stronger Vow," a
picture said to resemble her "Car-
men."
BILL REGULATING SCHOOL
BOOK PRICES IS UNDER FIRE
Lansing, May 30.-Investigation of
the school book publishers' lobby,
which was more than prominent about
the capitol during the clsing days of
the regular session, is likely to be
taken up before the special session
adjourns.
Representatives of the publishrs
were here to prevent passage of the
Maker bill, which was framed to com-
pel them to abide by the schedule of
prices filed with the superintendent of
public instruction and not increase the
charge for school books except at the
time and in the manner prescribed by
law. It was favored by the department

of public instruction.
Although the measure was finally
passed, it fad been so mutilated that

no one knows what it means in its
present form.
T. E. Johnson, superintendent of
public instruction, is eager to have
the school book situation cleared up
during the special session.
VIENNA IRATE YER
ITALIAN ART CLAIMS
ITALY NAPOLEONIC IN hER
METIHODS CLAIS
AUSTRIANS
(By Associated Press)
Vienna, May 30.-The Vienna Press
is making violent protests against the
Italian claims foar works of art, de-
claring that the Italians are intro-
dueing old Napoleonic methods 'of
robbing galleries.
Before keace Table
Professor Paolo d' Ancona of Milan,
who is at the head of the Italian Art
Mission, told the correspondent of
The Associated Press that the whole
matter had been laid before the Peace
Conference for decision and that the
Italians so far are only placing the
works of art under sequestration, so
that they may be protected in case of
Bolshevik attempts to destroy, steal
or resell them as happened with the
Hermitage Gallery, at Petrograd. The
Italians feared this might be the fate
of the Budapest Gallery containing
such priceless works as Raphael's Ma-
donna.
Professor d' Ancona stated that the
Italian claims fall under three heads:
First, indemnities for art works, val-
ued at $10,000,000 destroyed by the
Austrians in Italy during the war, in-
cluding the air raids at Venice, An-
cona, Padua, Ravenna and other
points; second, works which have been
stolen from Italy in the past; third,
works which logically belong to ter-
ritory now occupied by Italy or about
to become her property, including
Pola, Lissa Island and Flume.
Czechs Submit Claim
There are also provisional claims
for Italy's share which belong to her
historically in case the museums of
Vienna and Budapest should be di-
vided among the nations of the former
Empire, the Czechs having already
submitted a similar claim.
Professor d' Ancona said that among
the works of art restitution of which
is demanded by Italy are 18 paintings,
of which only one is not Italian, the
exception being the larger of two por-
traits of Rembrandt. These 18 works
have been valued at about $6,000,000.
Other notable works claimed are Ra
phael's "Madonna del Prato;" "Jup-
iter and Io," by Correggio; five other
Correggios of the 20 that are in the
Austrian Imperial Museum; Titian's
"Madonna Delle Cileege;" Moretti's
"San Gustina;" and two Tintorettie,
one being "Susanna and the Elders."
Other Works Included
Among second-class works alleged
to have been stolen from Italy and In-
cluded in the Hof Museum collection
Is the famous Florentine Diamond
which Italians claim as part of' the
treasures of Tuscany carried off by
Princess Anna Maria of Medici, con-
trary to agreement when nearly two
centuries ago she renounced the Tus-
can throne in order to become Em-
press of Austria. There is also a
collection of Venetian arms and man-
uscripts and Italian War trophies
which the Italians claim have been
stolen at various times but which
Austria has always refused to re-
store.
Regarding the 10 paintings which
the Italians took in February, it is
stated that the Austrians have admit-

ted the Justice of Italy's claims to
them as these works were alleged to
have been stolen by Austria after the
downfall of Napoleon.
SHATTERED NERVES
CURED BY DREAMS
London, May 30. - Curing nerve
shattered soldiers through their
dreams is the latest experiment of the
British army medical corps, and ac-
cording to Captain M. Culpin, it is
succeeding beyond all expectations.
"In the method I adopt," Dr. Culpin
Mays, "the patient relates the dream
-to me. I question him about it and
f the underlying memory is not deeply
blurred this questioning may recall
,t and it is only necessary to insist
upon the man talking about the in-
cident.
"Next I make the patient close his
eyes and visualie the dream, and I try
to ascertain what particular feature
causes emotion. By dwelling on this
feature I induce an emotional state and
assure him that he felt like that be-
fore and that memory is coming up.
"When success is attained there is a
sudden .change of facial expression
or even an access of terror. By this
I know I have reached the true cause
of the dream. The merest scrap of a
dream aufes

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Here is an author who
knows full well how to
write of unusual mystery
and beautiful romance.
You will find them both
in "THE ISLAND OF IN-
TRIGUE."

Tomorrow -Monday

Fred

Stone

Also Big-V Comedy,

"JAZZ AND JAILBIRDS"

Adults 20c
Children do

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Tomorrow-Monday--Geraldine Farrar In "The Stronger Vow"
COMING-NAZIMOVA in "THE RED LANTERN"
On account of the large crowds, during the first week's showing,
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the first time in the history of Broadway.
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