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THfE MAJESTIC
Patrons of the "Mai," who have read
and enjoyed George DuMaurier's cele-
brated novel "Peter Ibbetson," are to.
have the opporunity of seeing its
screen adaption "Forever," produced
under the masterful hand of George
Fitzmaurice, for four days, beginning
Sunday.
For the benefit of those who are not
familiar with this classical work of
the famous French author, it sufices
to; say that the. story is laid in the,
suburbs' of Paris,' and deals with the
lives of two children of circumstance,
who, played with by the hands ,'of
fate, find themselves at middle age in
unhappy circumstances, the girl, the
wife of an aristocratic rake, the boy,
serving a life sentence in prison.; In
his dreams, the b~oy sees the sweet-
heart of his childhood. The girl be-
comes a :widow and they both grow
old, sweethearts in their dreams.
However, with that- delicate touch of
symbolism,, these two unfortunates
are relieved of their earthly burdens
and united in spiritual bonds.
In addition the immortal Charlie re-
turns to Ann Arbor in a revival, of his
first $5,000,000' comedy "A Dog's
Life"-better than ever.
For the remainder of the week 'an
excellent production has been booked.
"dust Around the Corner," an adapta-
tion of a Fannie, Hurst short story,
is worthy of the praise given its cele-
brated forerunned "Humoresque."
THE ARCADE
Dainty Wanda Hawley is at the Ar-
cade on Sunday and Monday ins a
clever and unusual story, "The Love
Charm." The subconscious mind
adds a colorful touch to an engross-
ing plot and entertaining characteri-
zation and humor.
"Saturday Night" is the film ap-
pearing for five days, beginnig Tues-
day and it brings with it the hearty
commendation of the press at large.
It is a 'picture that is undeniably up
to the De Mille standard. If an heierss
eloped with her: chauffeur, and her
millionaire fiancee marries his pretty

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rzauntPjLure- SatuxdayN
SCecil $ DeMiU iPc~i9'
ades-fly to discover after it's
too lte that they had both made a
mistake, is=' & solution possible? It
is, ald Air, DeMille unravels' this so-
ciety marital Mix-up in adgorgeous
tali of~ thtp and bottom of old New
Yorj.. Thrills. are predominant and
much is to .be expected in two of the
greatest fire and train wrecks ever
filmed on a modern screen.
-'he St~r
SUUBERT-- ICHAGAN (piETROIT)
A bit °,qIDish d. Lnais to, be seen
in Detroit teginninig $unday night,
when falter caniA, supported b~y a
cast of well-kuomn 'Mayers, appears
in a 1 w popnedy of love and songs,
entitled "Iis 7yea," The prologue
is laid in a luxiuious apartment in
Nevi Yorl, changing to Galway Bay,
with its rugged picturesque scenery.
lil}b atention has been paid to the
costuminlg, both to the up-to-date
fashions of the New York smart set
and the quaint, homely apparel titt~
usher-folk of Galway bay.
Tho _4c0isitely produced musical
comedy "g{Oneydew" comes. to the
Garrick far the week beginning Sun-
day ni~t, witlh 'Wednesday and Sat-
urda.y ;atinee. Grand opera, comic
oT)eia, musical comedy, tragedy, ballet,
panic mine, farce an traversty are. fac-
tora opr a fast moving story told amid
the fragrance of a beautiful silken
scenery, tapestried curtains, and maUch
melody. An augmented. orchestra
skilled dancers and actors, and an. un-
usual chorus-the rest remains to ie
seen.

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