t., 2, 3-Dustin Farnum
and of the Bad Land."
3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
. 1, 2-Earl Williams
FIVE DAYS COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 5
Box Office Sale now on at Whitney Theater
There are a number of Good Seats
left- for the performances on Monday evening and Friday afternoon
t ti t ?
penny and wa on the verge of starva-
His criminal career begins on a cold,
rainy night when, desperate from hung-
er, he clumsily assaults a prosperous
looking pedestrian. His victim easily
overpowers him but instcad of turning
him over to the police, he brings him1
into a restaurant and buys him some-
thing to eat. The Samaritan, who is
a safecracker, then offers his assailant
the choice between being his pal or go-
ing to jail. Bitter because of the treat-
ment he has received in the city, the
country boy accepts the first alterna-
tive, and the pair soon become known
to the police by their nerve and cun-
ER John Dew
'THE .AT BIRD'
The attempts of various interests
secure possession of a valuable je'
give rise to scenes full of mystery
excitement in "The Blue Pearl," whi
will feature Edith Haller today and
morrow at the Arcade.
One of the most interesting scenes
the picture comes) when the gem is
ing worn at night and all lights
suddenly extinguished in the roo
When they are switched on again,
though the samne occupants remain in
room, the pearl is missing and it is
possible to discover it in the pose
,ion of any of those present. T
thief is disclosed after a number
ONE REASON WHY PEOPLE
OF ANN ARBOR ASK FOR-
Suzanne Willa, a prominent Stage
Favorite, is .oming to the Whitney
Theater with the "Nightie Night"
Company on Wednesday evening,
Today and Tomorrow-The Successful Shubert Production
Tuneful melodies accompany catchy
lyrics in Russell Barnes' "George Did
It," the 14th Michigan opera which will
be presented for five days next week
beginning Monday at the Whitney.
George Roderick, a prominent contri-
butor to the song hits of last year's
Union travesty, is the composer- of 17
out of 20 of the tunes in "George"Did
It." Collaborating with him, Russell
Barnes, the author, wrote practically all
of the lyrics. Three of the songs that
are expected to be received well are
"The Lovelight in Your Eyes," "Mecca,"
and "You're in It."
Special Home-cooked foods for Easter
Open Sundays, 4 to 6 p.m.
119 East Liberty
SENSATION plus ATTENTION- THAT'S MEMORY
plus a resulting MENTAL-PICTURE
WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST HEADED BY
EDITH HALLORmFLORENCE BILLINS AND
Charles Ray adds thrills to laughs in
"Crooked Straight" which will be pre-
sented today and tomorfow at the Ma-
jestic. In this exciting picture he
quickly changes from a trusting coun-
try boy to an accomplished safecrack-
er after he has been robbed of his last
The first step in memory improvement is to train the mind to see
mental-pictures; and to see and retain them at will. Exercises in
mental-picturing arouse keener sensation and attention; wilful con-
centration becomes easier; the power of mental association is devel-
"Memory and Concentration" (a new booklet), tells how and why.
Proves itself in first lesson. Student's edition, 60c, at bookstores, or
by mail, with type-written instruction letter, $1.00. Recreative; aids
other study. Address THE EDUCATIONAL COURSES,
Box 98, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
FAIR BINEY-Sister of Constance
MAJESTIC- MAJESTIC- MAJESTIC
L. LAWRENCE WEBER:.,
PHfOTO DRAMAS, INS.
"THE BLUE PEARL
FAI R BINNEY FLORENCE BILLNGS
from the SHUBERT PRODUCTION
Directed by Ooi-3..xx i v . ,-
THE BLUE PEARLa
TO SYBIL TRENT IT MEANT LOST PRIDE
TO HOLLAND WEBB IT MEANT RUIN
HAS VANISHED! A
TO PENROSE TRENT IT MEANT PRISON
BUT TO LAURA WEBB IT MEANT BOTH BIT-
e TERNESS AND FREEDOM!
- 5e }
A fashionable affair in a New York Mansion-a Few Seconds of Darkness-a Priceless Gem Stolen
IT BAFFLED THE CRIME EXPERTS OF TWO COUNTRIES kND THEN
-BY A SERIES OF MASTERFUL DEDUCTIONS TIEI GEM WAS FOUND
See this picture from the beginnj ng
~aaAP A. in"Croke
Today there wil be no Matinee at 2:00. Shows at 3:30, 7:00 and 8:30 as usual
Tomorrow Shows at 2:00, 3:30, 7:00 and 8:30
LE HENRY COMEDY--"HAM AN' -"
ADULTS 25c, CHILDREN 10c
NEXT SUNDAY---WALLACE REID IN "DOUBLE SPEED"
Phone 604 W.