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The Screen

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SH IBERT-DETROIT

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After completing a successful 14-
week run in Chicago, Arthur Ham-
merstein's "Sometime" with Frank
Tinney is re-appearing this week at
the Shubert-Detroit. "Sometime" is a
romance to which has been added the
mirth-provoking adventures and chat-
ter of Tinney, who appears as a black-
face minstrel, as the sympathetic but
dunning proprietor of an actors' board-
ing-house, as the wardrobe "mistress"
of a company touring South America,
as -a roof garden waiter, and finally
as a property man.
The other principals are Coralinn
Walde, Mildred LaGrue, a serpentine
dancer, and DeHaven and Nice, male
comedy dancers.

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OARRICK-DETROITE

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id Opening 'her eleventh season in De-
e troit, Jessie Bonstelle is appearing at
the Garrick-Detroit in "The Country
Cousin," written by Booth Tarkington,
an'd Julian Street. Miss Bonstelle is
L operating two companies this year,
one at Detroit and one at Cleveland,.
and will alternate between the two
cities. During her absences the lead
in the Detroit company will be played
' : by 'Katherine Cornell.
In "The Country Cousin," Miss Bon-
stelle appears as the protectress of an
undisciplined girl who is plunged
r from uneientful.country life into a
it fast social set. '

THE MAJESTIC
In a realistic setting pervaded with
the atmosphere of the South Seas, Clar-
ine Seymore and Richard Barthel-
mess enact a charming romance of
the tropics in "The Idol Dancer," D.
W. Griffith's initial First National pro-
duction which will be repeated today
and tomorrow at the Majestic.
Miss Seymore plays with complete
abandon and nauralness the part of
an uncivilized French half-caste of ex-
otic beauty, while opposite her Rich-
ard Barthelmess appears equally as
convincing as the ne'er-do-well beac'h-
comber.
Accompanying the romance, Which
begins with a triangle, are scenes of
South Sea Islands life, cannibals, slav-
ers, and a fight between missionaries
and the slaves led by an unscrupu-
lous slave-trader.
THE ARCADE
"The Shadow of Rosalie Byrnes,"
Elaine Hammerstein's latest release,
will be repeated again today at the
Arcade. Two parts are played by
Miss Hammerstein in this picture as
she appears both as Leona Maddern,
the charming womanly heroine, and
as her sister I,ontine, an unscrupul-
ous, -flirtatious actress.
Miss Hammerstein amply fulfills the.
exacting emotional requirements of'
each role. Among the other import-1
ant members of the cast are Edward1
Langford, who plays opposite Miss
Hammerstein, Anita Booth, Alfred
Hickman, Fanny Cogan, George Cowle.
SHIPMENT OF SHRUBS ARRIVES;
TO BE PLACED AROUND LIBRARY
I
Trucks of the buildings and grounds
department brought two. .loads of
shrubs to the University yesterday
from Detroit, to which city they were
shipped from an easten point by boat.
The shrubs, which are evergreen,
hemlock and yew, - will be placed A
around the Library.

With
Clarine Seymour
And
Richard Barthel-

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Iin es s
A LOVE STORY
OF THE GLISTING ISLES OF THE
SOUTH SEAS
f^ ySPECIAL ENGAGEMENT'
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"DUKE BOWAIIAN
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N HEIR NATIVE SONGS AND
DANCES
- - PRICES EVENINGS
Parquet-.----.50
Balcony -.----.35
Children under 12
yrs of age-. 20c
Bargain Week
Day.. Matinees.4
Parquet. 50
Balcony -: 30
Children 10
SPECIAL MUSICAL.
PROGRAM
AU2MENTED ORCHESTRA'

"THE IDOL DANCER"

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"Ready" clothes are
tailored for men who
appreciate the little
niceties and refine-
ments 'of style, as ex-
pressed in gentle-
men's apparel.

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All clothes look al
to some men -
"ready" clothes
not made for such
dividuals.

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UNIVERSITY MEN WANTED
LEADERS FOR SUMMER

AS
CAMP

"The

Local 'Y. M. C. A. officials are en-
deavoring to isecure students or in-
structors of the University to act as
leaders at Camp Birkett on Big Silver
lake for the coming season. Only men
who have had experience in this line
of work are to be engaged and' tlose
who are accented will have all. their
expenses paid..

DAVID WHITNI
BUILDING
Woodward at Grand Ci
J. L. CHAPMA
JEWELER
AND OPTOMETRISI
113 SOUTH MAIN ST

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MURADS are made of 100 % pure Turkish
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cigarettes-grown about the Black Sea, in the
Orient.
MURADS are also the world's largest selling
high-grade-Turkish cigarette-and their greatest
increase in sales in any year was in 1919,

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