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620 East liberty St.

1i CHICKEN DINNER

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The Sage
THE WHITNEY.
Prominent local musicians with
both singing and acting ability play
the leading roles in "Red Feather,"
directed by E. Mortimer Shuter, who
successfully produced last year's
Michigan opera, and presented under
the auspices of the University Dram-
atic society.
Robert Dieterle and James Hamil-
ton appear as the Prince of Roman-
. cia and Captain Trevor, the two rival
I suitors, while Mrs. P. Wolcott takes
the role of the Countess Draga, besides
that of the bandit, Red Feather.
In the supporting cast, Joseph A.
Avery, '21, plays the part of Baron
Blunderstorms and H. D. Tubbs, '22E,
and John F. Walker appear as Colonel
McPatrick and Benjamin Bowler, the
baron's cronies. In the rest of the
cast appear Edn# Apel, as the Prin-
cess Zeegan; her attendents, Floa M.
Kelly, '22, Irene Rosenberg, '21, and
Ruth Mills, '22; a, street singer, Mar-
Ion Trelean, of the School of Music;
Anita, a Spanish girl, Mrs. J. S.
Klumpp, '22; the boatman, Howard
Walser, '21; chief of police, Donald
C. Shelton, '21; Chancellor Zeegan,
Edgar L. Rice, '20; aid-de-camp, Milton
H. Fehling, '20; and the waiter, L.
Armstrong Kern, '22.

own, he threatens to pers'dlite ,iei!
lover over whom' he has secured Can
advantage. The girl battles to save
hter honor and -her lover, succeeding
until events take a disastrous turn.
Then Wapi plays his unusual role.

r cast "Break
with a two-reel

THE ARCADE

Trrubey's
Dinners. Lunches Confectioner
Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities a
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone 14

Failures are common among stage
artists who go into motion pictures
but Constance Binney shows mastqry
of all phases of the photodrama in
"Erstwhile Susan," to be repeated
again today at the Arcade. Although
this is the first motion picture to fea-
.ure Miss Binney, her work in it eas-
.ily wins her a place among the-lead-
ing screen actresses. She interprets
in a graceful and finished manner the.
role of the daughter of a Pennsylvan-
ia Dutchman.
Comedy of a quality* seldom ap--
proached on the screen is almost con-
tinuous in "Erstwhile Susan." The
simple little country girl shares hon-
ors with her mother-in-law in this
respect. The latter was a elocution
teacher before she married her 'boor-
ish husband and she is always ready
with a euphonious speech or a court-
ly act. The tWo bumpkin brothers
and the country school teacher, who
"has more book learning" than his
appearance implies according to his
own admission, also play their parts
well.
Martha Washington Candies fresh
every Friday. Tice's, 117 S. Main St.
-Adv.
Rebuilt Multiplex Hammond t--.-

You can now spend your

time in our new Up-

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Suits Pressed while you wait.
MAJESTIC
Last Times Today
"Back to God's Country"
by James Oliver Curwood
featuring the brillant and
daring swimming star
Nell Shipman

THE MAJESTIC

Wapi, a savage dog, is a prominent
character in "Back to God's Country,"
which will be shown for the last times
today at the Majestic. When his mast-
er, Shang Tung, was shot and killed
in a gambling den, he was forted to
gain what livelihood he could in the
white wilderness of the North.
The power of the lawless is great-
est on the frontier and the unscrup-
ulous trader in "Back to God's Coun-
try" is well aware of this. In ord-
er to make a pretty newcomer his

writers, $50.00 upwards. O. D. Mor-
rill, 17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.
"CREOLE PRALINES," Tice's Drug
Store, 117 S. Main St.--Adv.

514 East William Street

b .

Follow the tracks, of Wapi

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Sweet

Never a Film Like This
An absolute novelty, unique! different!

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The story of Dolores, the swimming girl of the Canadian wilds and
how her love and sympathy for animals won the love of "Wapi, the
Killer," the great fighting dog of the trails.
16 kinds of Animal Actors
in their natural habitat play their parts in
"Back to God's Country
The winter scenes actually photographed "'North of 53," which is, farther north
than any drama ever made

I

hbis is the way she
looks in the first part
of the picture-but wd'it
until you see her dress-
ed up! Oh, boy!

A FIRST
NATIONAL
ATTRACTION

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A motion pietre version of a story entirely dif-
fo rt from anything you have ever seen.

Four distinct love stories epntaining events which

occur in every-day Uffe.

EXTRA ADDED FEATURE [FAK A
"UNCLE TOM WITHOUTInd
Chldren
THE CABIN" Balcony

I

In "THE GLORIOUS LADY"
n "THE FLOOR WALKER"

Red Cross Christmas
Seals are Conquering
Tuberculosis-
Buy Them!S .

MACK SENNETT'S COMEDY DE LUXE

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