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think you are a salesman. J. Fred
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well Building, Detroit.-Adv.
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S ws Sunday
- T 01 ,A Y -
The Roaring Road
A RCAD El
Majestic-Wallace Reid in "The
Arcade--Mme. Alla Nazimova in
"Out of the Fog."
Wu erth ' Margarita Fisher in
"l, ut 'Up Your Hands."
Orplicum.--Billie Burke in "The
Make Believe Wife."
Bonstelle company in "Ann's Ad-
Detroit Opera, House-on-he-Cam-
pus-William Collier in "Nothing
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Thurs-Fri-S-9-Mme. Ala Nazimova in
"Out of the Fog"; Christie Comedy,
"You Couldn't Blame Her" and Ford
Sat-O---Constance Talmadge in "Ro-
mance and Arabella" and ig-V Com-
edy, "Scamps and Scandals." 25c.
Sun-Mon - 11-12- Louis Bennison in
"Speedy Meade" and "Smiling Bill"
Parsons in "New Breakfast Food."
AT THE ARCADE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-8-9-MARGARITA FISHER in
"Put Up Your Hands" with an L-Ko
Comedy. "A Movie Riot" and Free
Sat - 10-BESSIE BARRISCALE in
"Hearts Asleep." Also Scenic and
Comedy, "Their Baby."
Sun-Mon-11-12- FANNIE WARD in
"The Common Clay." Also an Ar-
- COMING -
BILLIE BURKE in "PEGGY"
"Out of the Fog," featuring Nazimo-
va, will be shown for the last times to-
day at the Arcade. This play, which is
a screen adaptation of the powerful
stage drama, "'Ception Shoals," from
the pen of H. Austin Adams, made
famous by Nazimova to theatergoers in
her long and successful run in New
York, gives this distinguished star two
roles of widely different character. In
it she is seen as both the mother and
the daughter at different periods of the
play - characters which, for range of
emotion, it would be difficult to dupli-
Deep and heart-moving as the drama
is, there are at the same time many
'whimsical and delightful moments - a
change from tears to laughter which
would tax to the uttermost the ability
and art of another actress but which,
to this woman of many moods, comes
naturally and convincingly. Charles
Bryant plays in support of Mme. Nazi-
Constance Talmadge in "Romance
and Arabella" is the booking for to-
Mrenior Lits to Receive Bills
Bills will be mailed this week to
those of the senior lit class who have
'not paid their dues yet. It is estimat-
ed that about one-third of the class is
behind. George Berg, '19, treasurer,
'has been receiving a number of calls
from the seniors asking the amount
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Fri-9=BILLIE BURKE in "The Make
Believe Wife" (Ret.) with a News and
Comedy, "Coming Out."
Sat-10-BRYANT WASHBURN in "The
Gypsy Trail" (Ret.). Also Current
Events and Comedy, "Mixed Wives."
Susi-Mon-1-12-JUNE ELVIDGE in
"The Tenth Case." Also "The Lure
of the Circus," No. 17, and Ford
Wekly, "A Visit to New Orleans."
- COMING -
"ROMANCE OF HAPPY VALLEY"
Pop Mats. A R E Mai. 25-50c
Tue. Thur. RRNightsIse
OuLE oz the e eol-
LACE PE-BTD l' The o a rin5'RoadcL\
and sat. DETROIT 60 cand7(c that they owe. The bills, he thinks,
The Bonstelle Co. ill eliminate this and assure a more
The onselieCo. prompt payment.
ANN'S ADVENTVRE I AdTyrtise in The Daily.-Adv.
RC A D E
LAST 'TIMES TODAY
The Greatest Sensational Comedy of the
Children 1 Oc
Sunday- Three Days
"Out of the Fog"
From her stage success, "'Ception Shoals"
Cecil B. De Mille Presents
For Better, For Worse
fetter than " Don't Change Your Husband"
All Star Cast-Elliott Dexter, Jack Holt,
Gloria Swanson, Theodore Roberts.
Recommended by the Jianagement
"Rip and Stitch"
Adults 25c Includi
NAZIMOVA in "OUT OF THE
You saw her as the fascinating girl of the Frnch studiosin "Revelation."
You saw her as Romany's light-hearted daugh-r in "Toys of Fate."
You saw her as the wild child of the desert in "Eye for Eye."
And NOW,asurrounded by a cast of only four p, ncipal characters, you see a
new, a strange, a whimsical, and amazingly different NA:: ;M O VA.
ADULTS 25c; CHILDREN xoc
Tomorrow--Constance Talmadge in
"Romance and Arabella";
Coming--The Better 'Ole