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October 29, 1922 - Image 2

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when she discovers tha.t her husband '-
,,as become infatuated with her young
1 sin, is neglecting his work and
f-hreatens to wreck the lives of ail
,oncerned, she begins her fight. Many I
st rong momcnts follow w'ith a tre-
xnendous scene in which the wife at-
tacks the girl, armed with a knife.

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'M1ary M1iles 1lnter~ and Tom Moore
co-tar in "The Cowboy and the
Lady", sParamount.l iture noe' b
Ing shotn at the Arcad. bissMn-
e 1K een in the role of Jessica Wes-
tqn, a _faithfl, wife who frces her
cadt husband to accompany her to
th 3r ranch in the West in the hope
that the open spaces will reform hipai.
Bu-t there are "other women" out there
and trouble follows. Teddy North, an
upAtpdate rancher, played by Tom
Moore, : shoulders the burden of a
rime to save Jessica. The picture,
pached with drama and comedy,
cornedz to a romantic ending in the
love affir of -North and :Jessica. t
"Burning Sandis", the attraction be-
ginning Wednesday and contin in g
for the' remainder of the week, has
been -iade by Gorge Milfod inani
liver to "The Shik" "uring Sands"
is .the powerftil story of an ngih
girl who ivales the de ort in Inrr
suit of fle ma.she o es and finally
succeeds in makling him love her Mi-
ton tills is the ,:an in the cse and
Wanda alley is gien the leading
temiinine moe: Soft nigits on the des-
ert, the gf life of Caro, dark skin
and -O te, loe and intrigue give th
k to&iy platy of Amosphcre and charm
Olthers in the cast inlude Jacqueline;
Lgn, LoUse Presser an, Robert
"The Eernal'lam," iadapted from
Hlonore I. alzac's "La Duchesse de
Langeis," will be shown at the Ma-
jestic for the first five days of the
week. The l'ocale of this elaborate
piturization is Frnace, following Na-*
poleons defeat. at waterloo. w en the
Second Restoration swept Louis
XVIII and his court back~ into a mad-
der frivolity thn it had ever known.
Th e Duke de Laigeais wagers on the
st4Ainles faith of his wihe, the Duch-
ess, potryed by Miss Talmadge, then
b~Omes suspicious of the beautiful
'Cont De **say, quarrels with the
Dukcbess and leaves on a mlitary
m4ision. The ourt grows curious as
ttQl,tle Dches has become a bit-
t'lcyIca coquette, conferring her
favos, Oualy amog her adirer,
~e',tng fh homage of al Paris,
yt gig nohing in retrn. But with
the arrival of Gsenerl Arm and de
Mntrivea, an intimate of' Napoleon,
the Duichss contrive a conquest
whioli changes the course of her
whole life and reults in a romane as
splendid as that of. the Imortal
Lolli Chany i "The Trap" is sched-
ule1TI fpr the Friday and Saturday pro-
Alce Joyce, reectly 'chsen one of
Ake 12 most .bcaatful women in
1Aeeric, is t rrd in "The Inner
( laanhr', wbiG[ s being shown as
ti s opei ng feature of the week.
A dua tov story gives more than
a ql aota of romac to "Anne of
I ittle 8x uiyNl ,tlfP picture 'which
conies to the rpeum Wedesday ani
'thtcrsiy.' h;-stry is based on th
confllict btltwent fearless nmwiiitaii
<1u rtlthe lstrf eli unicl by
a Forest ia~er l olres Casineii,'
in.t. oeo a gypsy priness iti.
Frank gherdan, ,and ;Ralph Faulk-
ner rg roncided in the cast.
Nies beh and Joseph "Dowling
have ,inportant,parts in "The .Send.
x. ' hihcrh wil be here Priday a~,d
~ttuarria. . Thre is a return so,-
$4 of the picture. which achieved
suchl a success at the Wuerth at its
frrz I presentation in Ann Arbor.
,Swrlock Holmes has recbc'l tit
screehi at last-and in the person o
Johin Barrymore!' Thefamos cete>
tine M xvi akeh afs t rsteaace is
o Iucioa piture today at The MWerh
theateif. John' Varrymci'er la s the
tlle role nd g rive; a lihrud I e
of the aopmiig, (r~servig lng d~tY'l
of A, (Tian )lye', ppu'at stories.
"She loc I 1. kaitres o011 I rx*-
sPellS ry ter, advnture, Lril,
stspexise and swift action just as the

various toles of the great detective did
betweenl the covers of .a book. The
large supporting cast includes Gus-
tave Von Seyffertitz as N'lorarity, the
big power behind the criminal ele-
nents of Londoi;, Roland Young as Dr.E
~Watson, and~ Carol Dempster as Alice
All the sparkling fun that Doris
Mycrams into her comedies is evi->
dent in her most recent vehicle "Upa
and At 'Em", showing at 'the Wuerth
the remainder of the week. Miss May
appears as the daughter of an art col-
lector-a blithe young flapper, to'
whom life is one long laugh. Her ad-
ventures as an amateur detective on
the trail of a band of crooks provide
t he picture with plenty of laughs and
delightful entertainment.
The third of the "Greenwich Village
Follies" series will be given its first
Detroit showing for one week with an
opening performance at the Garrick
tonight. An all-star company in-
cltudes Ted Lewis, Joe E. Brown, Eva
Puck, and Sammy White. 30 famouts
artists' models are, featured in this re-
Miss Bonstelle will return to the
Bonstelle company for an opening
performance' of "The Woman in
Branze", a dramatic writing of big
emotional moments. translated from


Throughout the play there is a gen-
erous supply of heart interest -and
dramatic artistry.
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AT ~ 'I'llF ore ATT,
-cid the Lady;" comredy c'.d
majestic-Norma Talmadge ini
"The Eternal Flamne;" andI
-,Lupino Lane in "The lPiratc."
Orpheum-Alice Joyce in "Tb e
Inner Chamber;' and ecm= -:,v
Wucrth - Jiohn Barrymore ill
"Sherlock Holmes;" comecdy
and news.

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