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The Stage
GARRICK-DETROIT

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NOT A MOTION PICTURE |

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Negro minstrelsy, Shakespearian
roles, and vaudeville -entertaining
have given Andrew Tombes, who leads
the cast in "Nothing But Love" this
week at the Garrick-Detroit, a variety
of acting experience. Two other play-
ers of exceptional training are Ruby
Norton, who appears as the prima
donna, and Florence Enright.
The book of "Nothing But Love"
has been declared to be so witty that
music was unnecessary, but Frank
Stammers, its author, has been sup-
plemented by Harold Orlob, the com-
poser of the music for "Listen Lester."

Tomorrow---Thursday

OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS

FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN

Today--Return Date
DOROTHY

AND
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B A Y N E

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APPEARING IN PFRSON
THE FACSINATINC MYSTERY PLAY
"THE MA TTI"
FROM THE FAMOUS "PAYMASTERS" STORIES
OF RICHARD WASHBURN CHILD.
THRILLS! MYSTERY!
SURPRISES!
PRICES: LOWER FLOOR $2.00, BALCONY,$1100$1.50 ,6ALLERY75c

The Screen

D A L T ON

THE MAJESTIC
Milt Shanks, the hero of "The Cop-
perhead," a screen version of Augus-
tus Thomas' dramatic hit, to be re-
peated for the last times today at the
Majestic, is rewarded for great serve-
ices to the Union side in the Civil war
only by the deaths of his son and wife
and a life of undeserved dishonor.
Lionel Barrymore plays the leading
role.
THE ARCADE'
Staking a penniless stranger and
telling him not to come back until he
has made good, results in a complete
transformation in the life of "The
Flame" in Dort)hy Dalton's "The
Flame of the Yukon," which will be
shown today at. the Arcade. She
leaves the saloon where she has'been
entertaining Black Jack Hovey's
guests, declaring that she will never
return.
But when her\ prospector comes
backsuccessful, he is promptly cheat-
ed out of his gold and "The Flame"
goes back to her old life. She re-
covers the stranger's fortune for him
and beats Black Jack at his own
game. The story is presented in an
attractive way, the dramatic situa-
tionsdbeing neither underplayed nor
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Shows at 2, 3:30,P
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Washtenaw Taxes Are $637,387
The total taxes assessed Washtenaw
county for the year 1919 are $637,387.
The books and cash will be in the
hands of the county treasurer by
March 17.
Get your Furniture and Rugs at
Koch and Henne.-Adv.
Grunewald Original Creole Pralines
of New Orleans. Tices' Drug Store,
117 So. Main.-Adv.
Buy your reference books now.
Graham's Annual Book Sale.-Adv.
MAJESTIC
LAST TIMVES TODAY
"TIHE COPPERHEAD
Lionel Barrymore

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Mail Orders
Promptly
Filled

Established 1857

Phone Orders
Promptly
Filled

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Radiant New Raiment for Easter'
with Charm of Spring in Line and Fabric

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Mack Sennett Presents
"THE SPEAKEASY"
A thesis on Prohibition or
Whr Step at 2:75"

The Coats, Suits,-Frocks, and other arti-
cles of smart attire, we now present, rep-
resent the choicest interpretation of their
individual modes. They are novel, differ-
ent and uncommonly lttractive.
The Suit for Spring
To choose a suit this spring is a pleasant duty for one can find
most delightful models in serge and tricotine, siniple yet smartly
tailored. Our suits show the desired slender silhouette, the severe

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LAST TIMES TODAY

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AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA
Parquet 65e Balcony 35c
Kiddies 1Qc
Extra Added Feature
th99y
"The Speakeasy"
A satire on Prohibition.
Wednesday--Thursday
"EVEN AS EVE"
With an All Star Cast
Friday--Saturday.
Vivian Martin
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"efisOticialFiancee"

WUERTH THEATRE
TCues-14-15-16---Elsie Janis in
The Imp" also a "Snub" Pollard com-
edy. and colored review.
Wed-Thurs-17-18-H. B. Warner in
"For a Woman's Honor" with a kino-
gram weekly and comedy.
Fri-Sat-19-2ยข-Zazu Pitts in "Seeing It
Through" also news weekly and comedy.
COMING
Locklear in "The Great Air Robbery."
William Russell in "Shod with Fire."
Tom Mix in "The Dare-Devil."
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2 00, 330 7 00,8.30. 10:00"
Tues Wed-16 17-Madlaine Traverse in
"The Hell Ship" with a Mutt and Jeff
cartoon comedy and Craig Kennedy
stories.
Thurs-Fri-18- 19-Monroe ~Salisbury in
"His Divorced Wife" with a news and
comedy.
COMING
Norma Talmadge in 'She Loves and Lies."
Olive Thomas in "Footlights and
Shadows."
S ETBER T AL JOLSON in
DETROII "SINBAD"
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Nothing But "LOVE".
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The Newest Frocks

lines or the gracefxul flares, to suit every style,
c'ordially invited to attend to it.

demand.

Dresses have never been so original and engaging as
they are this season. Taffetas, bouffant at the hips, fig-
ured georgettes graced with beads or plaited bits of taf-
feta-all these frocks will delight the woman who is
looking for the something "new."

Fashion's Favorite Sport Coats
Partiality in style means distinction. The coats of
the year show a marked' partiality to short, full polo
cloth coats, cut on the sport line. The generous pockets,
the narrow leather belt, the coveted mannish cut to the

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in long coats suitable for more formal afternoon dress.

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