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November 27, 1919 - Image 5

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-28-tIorence Reed in "Her
h a 'o-reel' comedy.
'ECIAL SINGING
ter Miller in "The Open
th a screen magazine . and
s. 30-1-2-"The Western-
a colored review -and com-

Tuttle'9s

THE MAJESTIC

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Thurs- Fri. 4-5-Francis X. Bushman and
Beverly Bayne in "Daring Hearts," with
a. comedy.I
MUSICAL ATTRACTION
s COMINGI
Dorothy Phillips in "The Right to Hap-
piness."
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
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Lunches
Nunnally's;
Candy.
Maynard'.St.,

Res., 2316-M

Thurs. 27-Warren Kerrigan in "A White
Man's Chance" (returned), with a news
and comedy.
Fri. 28-Florence Reed in "Her Code of
Honor," with a news and comedy.
Sun-Mon. 30-1-Dorothy Green in "The
Praise Agent," with a Mutt and Jeff
cartoon and Ford Weekly.
COMING
lustin Farnum in "A Man in the Open."
Norma Talmadge in "The Isle of Con-
quest."

Branch Nickels Arcade
e IEANERS
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PRESSERS. .
204 e. W hsl o, wai.
Te 6S
Suits Pressed while ybu wait.-

Nothing is considered too sacred for
promotion and exploitation in the es-
timation of the band of accomplished
crooks who are the principal char-
acters in "The Miracle Man," to be
shown for the rest of this week at the
Majestic.
Hearing of a man who has myster-
ious healing powers, the band, made
up of Tom Burke, the leader, his con-
federate, "Dope," a girl named Rose,
and "the Frog," a contortionist, seeks
to capitalize his unusual power. "The
Frog" throws his body out of joint
and appears before the healer at the
same time that two genuine cripples
present themselves. To impress them
with the ability of the healer, whom he
thinks is a fake like himself, he
straightens' up as if cured of an actual
deformnity.
Suddenly one of the cripples, a lit-
tle boy, rushes forward, cured. Then
the other steps from the wheel-chair,'
in which she had been carried about
for years, a well woman.
The crooks are quick to seize the
opportunity for gain that accompanies
this incident. Gradually, however,;
they succumb to the wholesome influ-

'i THE ARCADE
Disagreeable stepmothers often
cause discomfort but they seldom are
as deadly as is the pretty and agree-
able young woman who becomes the
stepmother of Ralph Prentiss in
"Sealed Hearts," featuring Eugene
O'Brien, today at the Arcade. She isI
a contradiction of the popular concep-
tion and before he knows it, Ralph
has fallen in love with her. The com-
plexity of the situation increases when
she returns his love, but a solution
satisfactory to both presents itself.
The Star comedy, "Ten Nights in a
Tea Room," a farce on prohibition,
will be repeated, and special music
will be furnished b'y Fisher's orchet-
tra.
A. S. M. E. ME][BERS TO VISIT
DETROIT FACTORIES FRIDAY
Eighty members of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers will
leave here at 6:10 o'clock Friday
morning on a trip of inspection
through two large Detroit plants.
Through the courtesy of the factory

the morning, followed ' by
through the Cadillac plant at
the afternoon. A. D. Althous
is the chairman of the trip
tee. Only members-of the soc
eligible to go, but any junior
ior engineer who has the inte
joining the society may report
house Friday morning and m
rangements to make the tri]
will be the only -one this seme
The campaign for new mem
,the society is in fullf swing a
end by the last of next week
thought that 100 will be adde
present membership.
Former Student Here for H
Mrs. Walter Terpinning, I
Marion Paton, '11, of Owosso
is spending Thanksgiving w
Arbor relatives.
MISS HOLLADAY'S CANI
Paris. Ky. Fresh every week
117 So. Main St.-Adv.

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FRIDAY--SATURDAY
ALICE JOYCE

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By REX BEACH

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No miracles? Hell, bo. Where do you get THAT stuff?
You, with your facts and sciences may come with me....
Me-a year ago shaking with dope and a hacking.cough,
And my fingers itching for a pocket to pick.
I'll show you a little house among the roses,
High. on a slope that rises from the sea. And an old man there,
Blind and deaf and dumb, his-face alight with faith.
He wouldn't make a hit on Broadway but that old man makes
Crooks, go straight and floods darkened souls with sun.
How? Belief he thinks. You being wise may smile,
But we who have seen and felt...... .
No miracles? Hell, bo. Where do you ge T HAT bunk?

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Special Thanksgiving Matinee.

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Shows start 1:30-3:00-4:30
Night shows at 7:00, 8:30
Come When it Starts-You'll Enjoy it Better

PRICES
'Including War Tax,
Balcony.......
Lower Floor ....

35c
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Special Synchronized Musical Accompaniment
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AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA
FIRST EVENING SHOW RESERVED

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"THE VENGEANCE OF DURAND"

oShe was an American girl surroundd by the M(
of Europe. Her task was tremendous. See Alice,
as a "blonde" and as a "brunette."
Also Big-V Comedy-"MATES AND MOI

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