THE MICHIGAN DAILY
LILLIAN LEE ANDERSON, WHO APPEARS SATURDAY AT THE WHIT
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* AT THE THEATERS
* Shubert-Garrick, Detroit- "Oh,
* Majestic- William S. Hart in
* "Branding Broadway," and Sun-
* shine comedy, "The Diver's Last
* Arcade-Contance Talmadge in
* "A Pair of Silk Stockings," and
* Christie comedy, "Does Your
Wuerth - Louise Glaum in
* "Wedlock," also Christie comedy.
* Orpheum - Bill Desmond in
* "Duce Duncan."
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AT THAE WHITNEY
"Seven Days' Leave," which is t
be seen at the Whitney theater Sa
urday, Jan. 11, both matinee an
night, is a comedy drama with a mil
itary background. The play is n
of the actual war zones, however, it
acition passing around London, th
London of today. It has principall
to do with the adventures of a youn
- major of the British forces back fo
a week's furlough from the Aisn
at the PACKARD ACADEMY
every Monday and Thursday
evening, 8 to 10. Both couples
and single admissions. Also
classes for beginners. Register
afternoons, 1 to 5. Private les-
sons by appointment.
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRANightly-All Shows Sunday
Today and Tomorrow
Wm. S. Hart in
The Diver's Last Kiss
"HOW COULD YOU JEAN?"
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Thu-Fri - 9-10 - Constance Talmadge
in "A Pair of Silk Stockings," and
Christie Comedy, "Does Your Sweet-
Sat-ii-Bessie Love in "The Dawn of
Understanding," and Big-V Comedy,
"Misfits and Matrimony."
Sun-Mon-r2-13-Madge Kennedy in
"A Perfect Lady" and "Smiling
Bill" Parsons in "Bill Camps Out."
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
=Thur-Fri-9-o-ILouise Glaum in -
"Wedlock." Also Comedy.
Sat-i i-Fannie Ward in "A Japanese
Nightingale." Also News and Com-
Sun-Mon-2-r3-Mary Miles Minter
in "Rosemary Climbs the Heights."
Also Weekly and Comedy.
= BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
Thur-Fri-g-;o-Will Desmond in
Sat-ii-Marie Walcamp in "Tongues
of Flame." Also News and Comedy. :
Sun-Mon-i2-13-Dorothy Gish in
!"The Hun Within." Also Weekly ;:
A IC C Wednesdayand
THE MUSICAL COMEDY DELIGHT
"Oh, Boy !"9j
SPECIAL NEW YORK CAST
* Light hearted and glad of the fewj
* days' respite from the dangers of the
* trenches, the young officer immedi-
* ately falls in love. With this enthrall-
* ment comes new tension for a rival
* of his fiancee appears and his ro-
* mance is suspended. The new woman
* who thrusts herself upon him proves
* to be a German spy.
* This production has been running
* for three years in Great Britain, Aus-
* tralia and in New York, and has al-
* ways met with capacity houses.
AT THE MAJESTIC
A band of cowboys headed by Bob
* Sands gallop into Whetstone, Ariz.,
* and make for the only saloon the town
* boasts of; this is the way William
* H. Hart makes his entrance in his
* new picture, "Branding Broadway,"
which is showing at the Majestic to-
day and tomorrow. He finds an ad-
vertisement inserted by a well known
railroad magnate, offering a good po-
sition to anyone who has sufficientl
physical and mental power to keep his
only son from getting into mischief.
Bob immediately starts for NewI
and two sustaining members, making
a total of 4,098 in the Christmas en-
rollment. The proceeds amounted to
The campaign ran for three days,
Dec. 18 to 21. Memberships will be ac-
cepted at the Red Cross headquarters,
608 East William street.
of Jehu, by Laura E. Richards.
$227.50 Paid Out in Bounties by Clerk
The county clerk paid out bounties
amounting to $128 on 256 wt.asels and
$99.50 for the killing of 19 hawks.
Fines paid to the county during
the Oast three months total $2,542.40:
York to make good. He is introduced NEW BOOKS BOUGHT
to the night life of Broadway and
after demonstrating his ability to lick
the bunch, including the young mil-
lionaire, he gains a sort of ascend- New books which have been pur-
ency. le falls in love finally with chased by the Ann Arbor public li-
the girl with whom the millionaire's brary within the last month are:
son is trifling and takes her back to "Shavings," by J. C. Lincoln; "A
Arizona, where he owns a nice little Runaway Woman," by Louis Dodge;
ranch. "Josselyn's Wife," by Kathleen Nor-
A Sunshine comedy, entitled the ris; "Initials Only," by Anna K.
"Diver's Last Kiss" will be shown Greene; "Campus Days," by R. D.
with the above feature. Paine; "The Marshall," by Mary R.
S. Andrews; "Henry of Navarre,
ANN ARBOR RED CROSS DRIVE Ohio," by H. E. Porter; "The For-
BRIINGS PROCEEDS OF $4,375 tunes of the Landrays," by Vaughn
--- Kester; "Birth," by Zona Gale; "An
As result of the Christmas roll American Family," by H. K. Webster;
call fr the Red Cross the membership "A Girl Named Mary," by Juliet
cal rgthey Rsed oss te mmbrp Tompkins; "Firecracker Jane," by
was largely increased in Ann Arbor, Alice C. Haines; "The Ghost Garden"
3879 annual members, 203 magazine by Amelie Rives, and "A Daughter
n members, 14 contributing members, _#T-- 1RY T--1
WILLIAM S. HART
See Big Bill in a dress suit. Looks strange, you say,,in that rig? W
till you see him in action. Some old wallop.
"I reckon you'1 siay roped a. spell'
rts. : co pesens nVILL IAM S. MAPT P= Brandinq (lroadvay
New York or NewMexico, you are dead sure of one thing in every i
S. Hart picture-Fights. This time the husky Westerner tears right a
left into Broadway's toughest. Watch him
THE DIVER'S LAST KISS
MARY PICKFORD in
"Hfow Could .You' Jean?
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