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IIIUAN DAILY

[it 1's pro-
vin Lust,"
li All-star
7in "The
News and

-Norma Talmadge in
Passion Flower." Holy
:e comedy, Bray comic,
[(inogram s.
i-Vera Gordon in "Th~e
est Love," Vanity Fair
s comedy and Pathe Re-
DuiMabel Norman in "The
Princess."- Mermaid com-
"Wedding Blues," and In-
itional News.
TIS WEEK
Stage
l(Detroit) -"Four Horse-
of the Apocalypse," from
famous book~ by Vincent
2o Ibanez. A motion pic-

will wear one of those beautiful combs
from Saunder's Hair Shop.-Adv.
Lightweight imported golf hose.
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co., State st.-
iAdv.
EDDIECANTOR,
j MIDNIGHT ROUNDERS3
GARRICK
DETROIT
4VICENTE BLASCO I31ANEZ
HO.RSEMEN
O 4F THE APOCALYPSE
We Pack
LUNCHES
:. for
Canoe Parties!
I or.
Picnics
is Try One
IE C K ER'SIr
SDelicatessen
- 119 E. Liberty
Phone 2620 M

THE MOTHER
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Shiubert (Detroit)--Eddie Cantor
125 other fun makers in the
musical review, "Mlidnight
Rlounders."
Patronize Daily Advertsers.-Adv.

GREATEST

SUN.DAY -- MQDAY
ITS A GREAT LIFE
MARY RQ3eftT$ RINEHART

TODAY AND TOMORROW
A GOL D WYNPC T UR E

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THE GREATEST PRESENTATION
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LOVE"

THE GREATEST THEME

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"THE SLIM PRINCESS"
HE LIKED THEN THIN!,
E VERY haughty noble in the state of Morovenia
rejected the slim princess because she was too thin.
And then a yoigng American came along, peeked
through the harem wall, scaled it and carried her off
to America..

SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
Snub Pollard Come

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Pathe Review

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CHRISTIE COMEDY

UNIVERSAL NEWS

SHOWS
START
2:00
3:30
7:00
8:30
Always
Good
Seats for
Those Who
Come at
These
j Hours

TODAY AND BALANCE OF WEEK

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ThBe BIeautid Follies Dance r
In an, Ultra-Sensational Story of a Girl Whose Flash and Folly and a Gay
Life Hid a. Heart of Gold.

She was New York's
est, most daring dancer.
two men loved her.

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But one loved the tinsel and
the glamour-the other loved
the real girl.
Their conflict makes a dra-
ma of unequalled power and
beauty. Scenically one of the
most gorgeous pictures" eve.
made, and Miss Murray's big-
gest triumph since "O.fn With
the Dance."

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By night, a glittering salamander, she lived on' the
lights of Broadway.
By day, a simple-hearted, wholesome girl. As
sweet as any that raised their brows at her home.
And as good -- always.
The why of it all is a story you'll thrill to see.
Byv CLARA BERANGER
Special Added Attractions1
"STUFFED LIONS"
-i A New' Universal Comedy
Pathe News Majestic Orchestra

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