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October 16, 1922 - Image 2

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PPEAR AT

HITNEY OCT. 23-

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ARAIE
Guy Bates Post, ;one of the most dis-
tinguished actors on the Ajerican
stage today, will be seen in the screen
ver.sion of "The -Masquerader," the
first five days of-'the week. This is
the first screen appearance of Mr.
Po4* ,w~o stared in the orginal stage
production ""cf "The 'Masquerader" for
six i0onsecutive years, all over the
United States andi Canada, as well as
a tour in Australia. A gripping plot,
strangers than that of "Dr. Jekyll and
Mr. Clyde," centers around John Chi-
Dote, the leader of men and then out-
cast, and John Loder, his double, a
brilliant but; ur6 gnized political
writer who takes his name, place-
,and hiswfe The interior of the
britih Hourse of Comnnjons and mem-
bers of the Britsh: peerage will appear
1n; this Wouctin .
"'LittleI Miss Smiles," featuring Shir-
£ ley Mason, ,the 'winsome ittle star, -Is
,-the atf1atlo h 'forhe remainder of'the,
MAJESTIC
"Hurricane's al,"a romance of the
sea and sky, which begins a four-day
run at the 'Majestic today, provides a
combtnation of thrills, suspense, love,
battedl and humor yin swiftly moving
sequences. Dorothy Phillips is cast as
Lola, an untamed girl of the sea, in
command of a smuggling schooner.
"Pink Gods," ;a romantic and .pow-
erful draa of South Africa's diamond
mines, Is the feature -for the balance
of the week. Bebe Daniels i excel-
lent as the leading woman in the par
cf Lorraine Temple, who cannot re-
sist. the temptation to bedeck herself
with fine jewelry. James Kirkwood
tAppears as an African diamond mel-
' ant and Anna . Nilsson and Ray-
n~ond Hatton have important roles in
the well-chosen cast.
"The Old homestead," with Theo-
dore Roberts, is "announced as a com-
ing attraction.
QRPREUM1
' "Disraeli," the historical English
drama, starring George Arlss, returns
for a three cay engagement at the Or-
l'heui, beginning Sunday. Harold
Lloyd in "I Do" will be showen as an
lidded attraction.
?Richard Talmadge furnishes some
real Douglas lairbanJks thrills in the
five reel western picture, "Luky
pan," which will be shown Wednes-
day and Thursday.
,"The Right That Failed," starring
Bert Lytell, is a romance of the prize
ring which appeared in the Saturday
Evening Post as the first venture in
story-writing of J. P. Marquand, a
y'ounlg Harvard; man. This picture,
providing good, clean, wholesome fun
'with plenty of action and breathless
suspense, is the attraction for Friday
and Saturday.
*,. WIERTII ,
,.Remembrance" written and directed
*y Ruert Hughes, is the speial
screen offering for the first four days
of this week. Mr. Hughes has done
i~"Remembrance" for Father, ,what
I did, In "The Old'Nest" for Mother.
The picture is distinctly an American
drama of American city life and em-
phasizes the rather obscure fact that
every mother's son has a father, al-
though he may be very much In the
background in the child's life. Claude
tillingwater is cast as "Pop" Grout,
the head of the house who "comes
first after everyone else," and the sup-
porting cast includes Kate Lester, Pat-
sy Ruth Miller and Cullen Landis.
'Elliot Dexter and Claire 'Windsor co-
Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild~and
Lcs.-Adv.

er and brilliant comedy of English
life, will be given its first Detroit
showing at' the S8hubert-Michigan by
the. Donstelle ,Company this week. The
story, concerns the unusual romancer
j i Rich~ard Mainwaring;, an Independ-
ent son of a newly-riche family, \Wlao
meets= a girl on top of a: London bus
and immediately falls in love with her.
yThe introduction of Tilly Welwyn, the
girl, played by Ann Warding, to, the'
aristocratic Mainwarings is unherald- {
ed, impulsive Richard having neglect-
e td to inform: his family -of the.me
Ing and engagement.
U. S. Officer Gets War Medal
San Juan, P. R.--With the 65th In-
fantry ordered out for the occasion
at the direction of -President Harding.
Col. Bailey K. Ashford, medical corps,
tUnited States Army, was .presented re-
cently with thie Distinguished. Serv-
ice Medal for "exceptionally meritor-
ious and distinguished .service," in
; raxnce-. -.
This is the first time that ,the Dis-
tinguished Service Medal. has .been
presented in Porto: Rico.
Special rates for students-at Y. M.
C. A'\ Sixty foot- white tile swimming
pool.-Adv.

Lose something? A classified inj Go, a room to rent?
the Daily will -find it.-A dv. EFel ad will find a roo.

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HereOct. 23. -

star in "'Grand Larceny," a film With
an unusual matrimonial thee, which
is the closing feature of the week.
CAfRUCJ (D(I)ET IT)I
That faruous lau-hing su1ccess, "Just
Married,", with Vivian Martin .and
Lynnec Overman, which ran in New
York for sixty-five: weeks, and just
completed a six months' run a-t the La
Salle Theater ini Chicago, will be pre-.
sented. at the Garrick for on^ ek
beginning tonight. Th~e action of

"Just Married"' takes place on board
the French 'steamer "Lafayette,"
b tound from Bordeaux, France, for
Newv York. There are a number of
oddly assorted couples aboard,. from
those grown grey in matrimony to
several sets of honeymooners-will-
ngand unwilling. The mix-ups of
these people give rise to almost un-
soivab)h6 comniications-
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