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March 09, 1919 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAIL

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

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Majestic - Mabel Norman in
"Mickey."
Arcade - Geraldine Farrar in
"Shadows."
Wuerth-Evelyn Nesbit in "The
Women Who Gave."

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Orpheum - Charles Ray in
"String Beans,"
Shubert-Garrick- Detroit-- All
Week-"She Would and She Did."
Detroit Opera House on the Cam-
pus-All week-"The 13th Chair."
Whitney-"Old Lady 31," Satur-
day, March 15.

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AT THE MAJESTIC
Mabel Normand in "MIickey," which
is showing at the Majestic theater to-
day, Is full of fun and bubbles with
humor.
As a lovable, harum-scarum little
tomboy Mickey is always finding her-
self in real, live scrapes with dash-
ing adventure and reality.
- She makes you laugh and cry.
Whether with old Joe in the mountain
mining district or with he; aunt in
the city, she produces a long range of
emotions and interests.
Adventure, with thrills of the hair's
breadth type; love of the deep, heart-
felt appeal that holds and facinates;
humor, the spontaeous kind that makes
one laugh In spite of oneself; pathos
with gripping and pathetic, but not
overdrawn, incidents from human life
-are all there-in this picture su-
preme.
Mabel Normad as Mickey digs a
deep hole in the heart of everyone who
sees her, where her charm will linger
and live forever.
AT T.CIE WHITNEY
An old ladies home on the coast of
New England is the quaint setting for
the unique comedyhof "Old Lady 31," to
be sho*4 at the Whitney theater,
Saturday, March 15.
The piece is a daring comedy by
Rachael C rothers which has been as-
sured a success time after time in its
long runs in New York, Boston and
Chicago.
As Mary, the chaming daughter of
one of the governors, Hazel Sexton
calls into play her prettiness, charm,
and above all, her youth which is a
delightful contrast to the quaint and
set old people of the institution.
A gruff old sea captain who is the
pet and storm of the ladies home offers
humor that will not soon be forgotten.
AT THE ARCADE
Geraldine Farrar's new appearance
in "Shadows" at the Arcade theater,
Sunday and Monday, is not only a tri-
umph in plot and productionbut also
presents the famed artist in the latest
of gowns and creations.
Her tirst appearance in a new pic-
ture brings as much expectation from a
fashion standpoint as a new role in
an opera.
She first appears in a costume of
cloth of gold trimmed in ostrich feath-
ers of blue and crimson The Alaskan
episode brings new gowns and new
wonders of draping. It is a cerise
chiffon velvet with lavish grape orna-
mentations.
These original and novel costumes
act as an aid to Miss Fabrar's excellent
acting and personality.
AT THE WUERT
As a charming artist's model Evelyn
Nesbit plays a distinctive role in "The
Woman Who Gave," which is to be
shown at the Wuerth theater, Sunday
and Monday. The picture takes place
in that retreathof artists and students
-the latin quarter of laris. She is a
model for a crippled American artist
who is painting her for his master-
piece.
A Bulgarian prince sees it before it
is finished and falls a victim of the
beauty of, the model. She marries the
prince. Through grief, the artist loses
his sight and returns to America.
A son is born but only increases the
unhappi'ess of the princess, as her

hubknd hates his child In despera-
tion she flees to the blind artist who
gives his life to secure the happiness
of his model and her son.

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You Know
Mf.abel N(

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Your Mind is Already Made Up .

You Are
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The Picture You Will Never Forget
Today, Tomorrow and Tu
Mabel Normand in
"Mickey" gives to the
screen a charactert--
zationw ich sparkles
with humor and bub-
bles with laughter so
4rthat there is not a dull W
moment. ,,Micke y"'is. x
so full of fun and frolic
and there are several
unexpeted t h r i l1 s
that stir heart action.
It is a thoroughly in-
vigorating and inten-
sified picture that ev-
ery human. being will
admire, and delight in
seeing.
Scenes That Will
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There are some charming bits of comedy. There are

Going to See
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that startle.

There are thrills that fairly chill.

(- and Oh! Sh-h-h, the Bathing Scene.)
A Tear-Stained World is

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laughing with "Mickey" today

Everywhere it
being shown.

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