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February 19, 1920 - Image 5

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THE DID

"On the Hiring Line,',' coming Satur-
day evening to the Whitney with May
Irwin, abounds with complications.
Prompted by a chance remark, a suc-
cessful middle-aged business man who
wishes to abdicate the domestic duties
that he had fallen heir to because of
the servant shortage, hires two detec-
tives to act as butler and cook in his
country home. As the detectives feel
called upon to live up to their pro-
fessional reputations, amusing incid-
ents result when his wife attempts to
return to the city against }is wishes
and his daugter is caught flirting with
a neighbor's chauffeur.
Cabaret life is vivedly reproduced
in, the "Golden Cabaret" pn "The
Primrose Path of Pleasure" in "Exper-
ience," which will be presented next
Tuesday at the Whitney by F. Ray
Comstock and Morris Gest.

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The spirit of the western frontier
of 1880 is carried with "Told in the
Hills," starring Robert Warwick again
today at the Majestic. Prominent in
the development of the plot are the
,Blaclfoot Indians who are at odds
with both the Kootenai Indians and the
American outposts.
In the midst of these dangerous cir-
cumstances that attend the settlement
of the great American mountain states
of the West, the major scenes of
"Told in the Hills," are laid.
.THE ARCADE
Wills clash in May Allison's "The
Walk-Offs," to be repeated today at
,the Arcade, when a young Kentuckian
determines to make a proud and prom-
inent New York society girl his wife.
His success, however, is not so speed-
ily realized as he anticipates, for he
encounters opposition from both the
object of his attentions and a wealthy
rival suitor.
The story takes place in and about
the homes of New York social mag-
nates. The studios of those who are
interested in art as a diversion in,
rather than solely for itself, are also
depicted
Second hand textbooks-bought and
sold at Wahr's University Bookstore.
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be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight in.the
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