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If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
&~e Weber's assortment of fancy
-Dorothy Phillips in "The Right to
Happiness," with a news and comedy.
KENNETH HUGHES, TH.E SEVEN- I
I YEAR-OLD BOY ORATOR, ACTOR, I
AND,. IMPERSONATOR OF FAMOUS
Returning from 18 months' service
in France the three principal :char-
acters in "The Five' Million,"' one of
of this season's comedy hits by Guy
Bolton and Frank Mandel, to be pro-'
duced by F. Ray Comstock and Morris
hest this week at, the Garrick, find
things very different than they were
when they enthusiastically enlisted.
The first of the three returns with
a French wife,- the second discovers
that his wife has usurped his job and
is doing better work than he can,
while the third arrives home to dis-
cover that during his absence~ his
fiancee- has become engaged to a
rich young slacker who has bought
out his law practice.
Ralph Moran, known for his ;acting
as one of the' crooks in "Turn to the
sRight,' 'heads the New York cast.
tHe is supported by Robert McWade;
'Charles Abbe, Purnell Pratt; Mark
Smith, Harry Haywood, Beatrice
Noyes, Sue MacNanamy, Ralph Stuart,
Helen Barnes, and Marjorie Poir.
The supporting cast which appeared
at the 44t1 Street in' NeW York 'ac-
conmpanied the comedians to Detroit.
Not one of the New York principals is
absent. Ester W41ker stands out prom-
inently with rendition of popuar songs
and the Misses Vivian Holt and Lillian
Rosedale sing several charming num-
will hold a short meeting of the -'
Cabinet club at 10:30 o'clock thjis Special
morning in the Union for the purposeJ fine Chrisi
of completing arrangemenits for the ril, 17 Nic
5Mc to $1.50
Sat. Mat., 50C to
O N' C A M P U S
Sixteun kinds of wild animals ap-
pear in their natural roles, at peace
with one another and the world, and
fighting each other and man, in "Back
to God's C~ountry," the first part of this
week at the Majestic.
No scenery substitution has been
made .for the cold Arctic where the
story takes place. When the pictures
were being' taken one actor lost his
life, and the whole cast suffered pri-
vation because of the severe climatic
James Oliver curwood, the natural-'
1st, wrote this story in which animals
play such prominent parts. The cen-
tral dumb character is a savage dog,
"Wapi, the Killer." His conduct en-
tirely alters the. outcome of the strug-
gle between an unscruplous trader
and the girl he covets.
MESSRS. LEE and J. J. SHI.
iSpectacular~ Musical Comedy in T1
;Sunday, Dec. 7. -
c; adults 40c, tax
ialisbury in "The
with a kinogram
comedy, "Perils of
-star cast "Break
," with a two-reel
Book by Edgar Smith and Emily M.
Lyrics by Alfred Bryan Music by
With a Supporting Cast of Distinguished Art
ESTHER WALKER DAN QUINLAZ
LILLIAN ROSEDALE JACK CAGWI1
VIVL&N flOLT EARL RICKAJ
GABRIEL GREY BOYLE & BRA
JEAN TYNE SIDNEY WILI
ROSIE QUINN LARRY CLII
31ABJEL ELAINE JOSEPH IHAM
And an Amazing Bevry of Broadway
eCruse in "The
only picture taken
showing a Mutt &
ert Ray in "Vaga-
th is of a series
ith Sterling in "The
news and comedy.
urn in "A Man in
id) ; with a news
McIntyre and ' Heath will contiiu'e
their characterizations of Alexande'r,
'the happy-go-lucky and always' hun-
gry livery-hand, and the apparently
.opulept and distinctly optimistic
Henry Jones, proprietor of the ""Ever
Ready. Minstrels," in "Hello Alexand-
er," this week at the Shubert-Detroit.
'The fam~e of these two comedians
rest~s as much on their reproduction,
of old and widely differing darky
types as on their entertaining ability..
Alexander and' Henry Jones are their
latest creations, and offer ample'-op-
portunity. for humorous interpreta-
Constan ce' Binney, who recent'ly ap-
peared here in "39 'East," as the de-
inure young heroine who comes -to
New York to become. famous, will be
shown in her first' stellar motion piec
ture role in "Erstwhile Susan," today,
Monday, and Tuesday, at the Arcade.
Although Miss Binney became prom-
inent on the screen only recently, she
,s ~well known to the followers of
both the legitimate and the photo
drama. Playing the part of the horse-:
".rainor's daughter who married a
young lord,- she won recognition In
'Sporting Life," while~ her work as
-John Barrymore's leading lady in "The
Test, of Honor," was one of the rea--
sons for this picture's popularity.
WILL PROVIDE EXTRA CARS
TO HANDLE CHRISTTXAS RUSH
Special cars will be attached to all
trains leaving Ann Arbor on Friday,
Dec. 19, and Saturday, Dec. 20, from
both the Michigan Central and Ann.
Arbor railroad depots, There will be
no special trains.
The D. U. R. will ru1 special cars
at the* hours' on which regular' cars
On account of government regula- ~
tions there will be no special trains
as there have been at different times
in the past. The coal shortage will
prevent an~y possibility, of exceptions
D irect f~rom four
F. RAY COMSTOCK andI
Announce thre Season's Bigg,
TflE, FIVE I
By Guy Bolton and Frank Mandel.-
- with -
Who made a hit in her stage production "39 East"
and the Original
Ralph Stuart, Jr.
to this order.
ar-famed novel, "Barnabetta"' by Helen Martin
HEART A T HOME FOR SAFE-KEEPING
A. D. Baehr,
rector of the
'In my opin-
ion Miss Bin-.
attribute . to .a
tha any other.
actress.. She is-
blessed with a
beauty, a nat-
makes for sin-
cerity in por-
roles, and as
grace as the hu-,
man body. can
express. I 'feel
she will rank
with- the great-
est of stars.".
=Sunday and Monday
a r ~UP"VI LLIAM r-Y, PRODOT
TOM- MIX ,,in
Christie Comedy, "RENO, ALL CHANGE" and Jazz Monologue
EXTRA MATINEE EVERYSUNDAY AT 4:30
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
pear before Pri
Admission:' Children, 1lOc%;