____ ____ ___ ____ ___THE MICHIGAN DAILY
T THE THEA TERS' TheStage European Debts To
Arcade Garrick (IDetroit) A m s Ceti
ccii de Mille's Paramount produc- "h pigie.fYuh ste
S"Adam's Rib" is the opening at- "h pigieo ot"i h
3tion on Sunday in which Anna Q. stage offering at the Garrick Theater When asked his opinion concerning 1
3son, Milton Sills, Eliott Dexter beginning Sunday night. This Uusi- the question of Europe's debts, Prof. i
I Pauline Garon have the leading cal play has been compared te "May- Edward R. Turner, of the history de- ~
as. Mr. DeMille has produced time," and the Messrs. Shubert are
lam's Rib" on an elaborate scale, sending a worthy cast 'to Detroit. .partnment, said: "Debts Qf Great Brit- t
dung love throughout the ages, be- The story concerns the fortunes of ai, France, Italy, and the indemnity ~
ning with the caveman period. Roger Hathaway, a native of Ports- demanded from Germany amounts, at ~
'he theme of the production is the mouth, who goes to Brazil where he th rsn ie omr hn$5,
angiement of The affairs of a hus- wins his fortune. He plans marrying tepeettmt oeta 10-
Ld and wife by their young daughter, his ward, Priscilla Alden upon his re- 000,000,000. No such sums as these j
ypicai example of the sensible type turn to his native town. The ship on ever have been paid in the past and d
- ~ which he is sailing home is reported it is doubtful whether these can be
lost and his relatives make a scramble Ipaid. The only large country that bas
for his fortune. In the meantime Hath- ever paid its debt in the past is the
away arrives incogiiito and remains a United States, which has hitherto had
- silent witness of the scramble, realizes small national debts and abundant re-
those relatives which are worthy and sources." 3
also the fact that he is too old to mar- Professor Turner went on to say,
ry his ward, and relinquishes all "Thle present debt of Germany will al-
4 claims in favor of her young lover, most certainly never be paid. Ger-
- man paper money lat present is almost
Shiibcri-Michigan (IDetroit) as worthless as the French assignats
The Bonstelle Company wIll offer a were in 1797. This French paper
decided novelty in "Spanish Love" this money was ultimately repudiated just
week at the Shubert-Michigan. The as the Russian paper money of today
play is a highly passionate affair con- has larigely been repudiated.
cerning itself with the feud between Can Italy Payi
Javier and Pancho, the former having "It is very probable that neither
been wounded by Pancho, who up to Italy nor France can ever pay their
now has been in exile in fear of the itra et hi athsoyde
law., The costuming is the highly not'ra debwt. he aig psfhitoy does
-colorful Spanish background, .andnoshwte haigufceta-
IN~O~QN"Spanish Love" contains many novel . nua:1 surplus to discharge any appre-1
CeiB. DeMille's features, with a musical background: giable part of such huge obligationts.
~ ~~~.zn ~icU70jand strong dramatic interest, and af- It is probable that the United States,
Adam's tb' ords the Bonstelle members aui en- i if not involved in sanother great war,
the mderngirl.-Mr.De~ile ha ily different type of work than pre- I can pay off its national debt as it has
hemdrgr.-r.D il a vieu sly attempted. done in the pdast. Whether the Eng-
earted a sort of "vision" scene sim -______________________________________________
To Be Repudiated
ish can possibly do this is exceed-
ngy doubtful. Their present nation-
al debt dates from 1694. Since this
ime they have regularly paid interest
as promised on whatever they had
"But, while from time to time Eng-
and has paid off small parts of their
Lebt, the general history of that debt
aas been that it almost constantly be-
comes larger. With the utmost of
difficulty, England kopes to discharge
tie derbt of $4,500,000,000 In about 60
rears. It is very Improbable. that in
30 hundred years they could pay off
LO times 1;hat aauount.
Psychology Proves Vin~ble holding executive positions is proved H. F. Adams of the psychology depart-
That automobile manufacturers rea- by the fact that several of the large ment to give weekly lectures to their
lize the value of psychology to men factcries in Flint have obtained Prof. men.
It Is Not Too
~I5y Ordering Now
Th MaC iarmid Candy Co.
Next to Arcade Theatre
715 N. University Ave.
ilar to the noted "bacchanal" scene in
"Manslaughter", showing the life of
primitive man as compared to that of
present day -man.
On Friday "The Kingdom Within"
will be screened. It is an entirely dra-
matic picture in which the heroine
makes use of an old superstition to
gain the freedom of her brother, who
had been sentenced to die for a mur-
der he did not commit.
Seymour Simnonb '17E, and his ten
Syncopated Serenaders will be here
all week begixining Sunday in a real
symphony of syncopation. Mr. Simons
is the composer of "Just Like a Gyp-
sy," "Remember the Rose," "Night,"
and a score of other songs, as well as
the creator of the music in "The Fami-
ily Tree." Mr. Simons is a Michigan
man and while he was helte wrote one,
of the Michigan operas.
The screen feature beginning Sun-
day' will be Johnny H-ines in "Sure-
Fire Flint," a six-reel comedy in which
Mr. ,Hines outdoes his. previous work
as a comedian.
On Wednesday Betty Compson will
be starred in ."The White Flowecr" in
which she has the role of the young
daughter of an American father and
a Hawaiian mother. She fails in love
ith a young American, whose flancci
arrives to temporarily upset the young
girl's plans. in addition, Mr. Simons
will give an entirely new and (lifforent
D. W. Griffith's extraordinary pro-
duction "Way Down East" with Rich-
ard iBarthelmess and ,Lillian Gish in
ihe leading roles will be shown here
S3un day to Wednesday. "Way Down
East" is a simple story of everyday
people beautifully and realistically
told in the best Griffith manner.
On Wednesday, "The Girl Who Ran
Wild" will come here for a two day
run. The story is adapted from Bert
Harte's "M'Liss." Gladys Walton has
the leading role, and she is supported
by an able cast cf players.
"Confidences," with Herbert Rawlin-
son wllbe screened on Friday and
"The Marriage Thance" with Alta
Allen and Milton Sills is the opening
attracion here this week. rThebstory
ing school of Eleanor Douglas, who
professors ad ~her love affair with
the newly elected district attorney.
On Thursday; Ben Turpin will be
screened in "The Shriek of Araby," his
new burlesque feature. The story is
extremely funny and affords much op-
portunity for .varie d action. In the
comedy Ben Turpin takes over the an-
thority of the Shiek in his absence,
and with the help of an accommmodat-
ing genii accomplishes wonders.
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record of checks writ-
ten. It means less trouble
for us; for you too.
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