ed at face value in the Belgian capital.
ted top Much of the current coin, especially
[. Major the pieces from five to fifty centimes
is made of this metal owing to the
scarcity of nickel.
Emery The government is said to be aware
Beau of the practice and when nickel be-
y Shop, comes cheaper new coins may be made
to take the place of the bad ones.
No one is more full of entertaining
tales than is Charles Wright, the-Col-
onel Dodge of John Cort's musical
comedy, "Listen Lester," which is to
be at the Whitney theater tonight.
One of the stories that the cast likes
to hear best goes as follows:
"It .was one of those thrilling, ad-
venturous days of my youth when I
used to travel with Dr. Blue Mountain
Gus' medicine show that I 1last wore a
red shirt. In honor of a :fireman's
convention Dr. Gus had dressed me up
in a fireman's hat and a gorgeous
scarlet shirt and many times a day
I'd sing to the brave fire laddies.
"Well everything went well until a
rival medicine show hit town. Then
a big ferocious bull broke loose from
a nearby pasture and ran towards me.
"To make a long story short, I beat
the bull to the nearest tree but the
horns of the hotly pursuing animal
completely' ruined a certain most nec-
essary portion of my trousers. And
now the sight of a red shirt has al-
most the same effect upon me that it
has on a bull."
In "Tea for Three," Rol Cooper's lat-
est comedy, which will be presented
this week at the Shubert-Garrick, De-
troit, with Charlotte Walker and Earn-
est Iawford, the ,old triangle problem
is presented in a unique manner.
Novelty is secured by the outside
point of view the, author assumes
which results in a humorous rather
than sentimental production.
Composed of a hundred trained sing-
ers, assisted by forty sttlected or-
chestra players, the San Carlo grand
opera company bids fair to repeat its
Detroit successes in its week's engage-'
ment at the Detroit-onrthe-Campus
this week. Verdi's "Rigoletto" will be
presented in a sumptuous fashion.
cerns a friendless girl in an Alaskan
Poverty and despair are slowly
crushing her when she meets the five
'Wag" boys, each one a hardened thief.
They fight her battles and protect her
from the vipers who would despoil
After she has won their love by her
simple womanliness, they discover that
she has given her heart to another
man. The interest is well sustained
until the end of the picture.
Big Added Comedy
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8: 0
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Rex Beach's "The Girl
Also Christie Comedy
"A Flirt There Was"
and Jazz Monologue
2:00. 3:30. 7:00, 8
American Way," with :
cartooncomedy and Fo
Lost Princess," with a
Thurs-Fri . 30-31-All-
Romance of the Air,"w
Sun-Mon. 2-3-Ruby De
Dust of Desire," with
cartoon and Ford Week
edy and kinogra
"Shadows of the
with a screen m
Man Who Tur
colored review a
Y~hys tfiis gil be'n
riendless, she came into
d her destiny among men
that of their own making,
:s all, had befriended and
. love with her.
>ne of the most powerful'
events that the screen has
ryn's Presentation of
n appeal, "The Girl from Outside"
h the best productions of the year.
aething that could, happen in real
e hundred per cent .appeal."-From
Arcade saw this picture before he
recommends it as one of the finest
s ever seen. It is a powerful dratua
"CheckersV" the famous raeing
melodrama has been made into a mo-
tion picture by William Fox and will
be seen at the MVajestic, starting to-
day. The picture, directed by Afchard
Stanton, is a mammoth spectacle with
most realistic scenes.
Checkers is the main character in
the play. He is a reformed racetrack
tout who fails in love with a Southern
beauty and gets into the most thrill-
ing adventures. How the horse Re-
morse wins the big stakes, how Check-
ers risks his life many times, and, how
he finally overcomes all obstacles, is
told, it is said, with an elaboration
of detail which makes Checkers" one
of the most absorbing photoplays pre-
sented this season.
Those who saw "The Spoilers" will
welcome the dramatization of another
of Rex Beach's stories, "The Wag
Lady," which will be shown for three
days beginning today. at the Arcade]
under the name of "The Girl from Out-
The plot is as unusual and original
as Beach's stories always are and con-
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