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January 06, 1924 - Image 11

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Virginia Valli is the exquisite lead- Y shackles of addiction which bound ing J. Warren Kerrigan and Lois Shark Killed By it, as w
ing lady. A comedy, "Call the Wag- him. It is in no sense biographical. Wilson, stars .of "The Covered Wag- ;ute afte
ARTH EAETER S on,"and a new Fables Cartoon con- From first to last the picture is enter- on," Comes on Wednesday and Thurs Launch Propeller a great
rIelude the program. tainment-entertainment of the most day. A powerful story, spirited ac-
l REE T YM CITIESjJacqueline Logan heads the cast in powerful and appealiig character, tion and sympathetic love interest, re- Suva, Fji Islands, Jan. 5.-(By the sharkd
George melford's production, "The with abundant human touches and flected against backgrounds of great Associated Press)-An attack on a shark
SAYS. AERItCAN STYLE OF ARCHI- Arcade Light That Failed," from Rudyard scenes in which Mrs. Reid, Mr. Kirk- scenes in both art and nature, go to launch by a giant shark is described ribbons.
CT E"Chastity," featuring Katherine Kipling's famous story, which will ap- wood and Bessie Love rise to excep- make 'A Mans Ma" a wonderfully by Arthur Robinson. feed off
90 YEARS MacDonald, appears at the Arcade pear at the Majestic Thursday through tional heights. thrilling entertainment'. Also a com- He said he was en route from Lau- He sim
tTheatre today through Tuesday. Miss Saturday. Larry Semon in "The Gown Shop," edy, "No Parking Aloud," and screen oka to Yasawas, in Fiji waters, when like a
ItMacDonald, as Norma O'Neil, enters The story of "The Light That Fail- "Fun rom thetPes rand Pathe sna h acDon n his small launch struck heavily down ti
The entire problem connected with it ucesu adfs intge"isoehahstrledmlos News conclude the Wuerth program: "What Love Will Do" is featured on aantsmtig
into a successful and fascnating, ed" is one that has thrilled millions ; gainst something.
the successful construction of the stage career in which the joy; and for the first part of the week. Friday and Saturday. It is the story "Itflrst thought we had hit a reef," It's t
American city is centered around the sorrows of such a life are picturized. drama of war, work, love and intrigue, Harry Millarde, who painstakingly of a boy, down on his luck, defeated e related "but could not understand Classlfi
1 ~~~~~~~~~directed the production o "If *Winter at every turn, but determinied to win Ilreitd btcudntudrtn isl
didsposal of the traffic situation, ac- The story comes from the pen of Er all combined with a happy outcome. Ced the ill,"-assumerateve tu rt
cordng o M. EielSaaine, ntednest Pascal and was, directed by Vic- The story ranges in action fronm the C.omes 'and 'Over the Hill,' assumed for the love of a girl. ________________________
coding to Mr. Eliel Saarinen, noted or Schutzinger. colonial similar responsibility and realized_ _ _ __ __ _
Finnish rChitect and winner of sec- Beginning Wednesday Richard Bar- gateway of the east, Port Said, andequal success with "The Governor's
ond pri,' in the Chicago Tribune thelmess features in "Twenty-One'san astes ofiegtto London.The e a s Gri'Belascss poSulagta
Tower cotst, who is holding an as- which marks Dick's return to a mod- love interest between two of theswhih fauresat the uerth
sistant professorship in the archi- ern role for the first time in nearly a strangest sweethearts ever seen on Grspays theog t fe y. role d Garrick
tectural college. This is the secondya..thscenhssabckrndap- Grey plays, the" title feminne role
tetrlclee hsi h eodyear. the screen has as a background a pas- wihrmrable feeling with Robert T The laughing success, "Give and s'a __
time that, r. Saarinen has been In The story deals with the love of a sage in nineteenth century history T.withasr enacting the role of Tover' ake,"featuring sLouis Mann and C le a r an c e
Ann Arbor. He met a class in ad- rich man's son for a factory girl and which is filled with color and drama, nor Slade, the male lead George Sidney coies to the Garrick
vanced design for lhie ,month im- i the efforts of his father to frustrate Luke Cosgrove and Mabel Van .Buren i A plot based upon life as it is, with today for a week's engagement, The
mediately Preceding the holidays. the romance. How the boy takes are in the supporting cast. humor pathos and action; a directom comedy comes from the pen of Aaron
"Cities1' said Mr. Saarinen, "re- things into his own hands and proves Also a comedy, "Rich Pup," and who understands his techniquandnd Hoffman and it will be represented Overcoats
.semble in my mind a big growing his manhood, provides- some remark- IKinograms. h1is public; a. cast foartists capable 'in Detroit by the entire New York 7
oy, who needs a careful guiding hand able situations. Dorothy Mackaill, in of poerl interprtn th harc cast. Matinees are scheduled for
to shape his growth into the most ad- support of Barthelmess, portrays the WZtertih teriaions-all these elements av Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. H ats C
vantageous channels. Study must be wistful working girl to perfection. Mrs. Wallace Reid's great anti-nar- been combined in "The Governor's
'made of the natural talents of each The picture is replete with human '>cotic production, "Human Wreckage," Lady." Daily Want Ads always bring good
w for each is different in superficial touches and comedy and has a power- comes to the Wuerth today to remain Johnny Jones and Gertrude Messin- results. 25% R edU
e~haracteristics and problems, al- .ful climax dealing with the habits of utlWdedy e i TeBgSopn Pte___________________2 %Rdu
though the basic needs always remain the younger generation. Ategrpi styola er Newshconclude theaprogram.
the sae1iygothms egie As the gripping story of lawyer News conclude the program.
~-the same. City growth must be guided MacFarland's fight against himself
'into, not only the practical, but the Majesti a frcs fdpe pg a yed bymseef
&cultural and educational as well. i and the forcesof dope, portrayed by Orphe-
A Lady of Quality," the famous the powerful actor, James Kirkwood, Mae Marsh and Norman Kerry ap- Brushed W
tMr Saarien pointed out that the and widely read novel by Frances unrolls upon the screen a full realiza- pear in "Till We Meet Again" at the
ne ow ,t g d eolled taffiPlan is Hodgson Burnett, features at the Ma- tion of the bigness of theme and mas- Orpheum today through Tuesday. "A
now being deveope.d in many cities jetcTetetdy hog inbges.hm n rhu M ufflers and Sv
nay not be the needs of the city de- gestic Theatre today through Wednes- tery of detail given to Mrs. Reid's Man's Man" by Peter B. Kyne, featur-
'igmay r day. conceptionof the gigantic problem {.
~ignr oftwoor tree unded yars Life in another world, the world of is attained.
In the future. t is only the beati- yesterday, is pictured dramatically ins Mrs. Reid's sincerity, the superb 3 3% R ed
fum the ulta," that has comreon .A Lady of Quality." London of 1700 heights of pathos and deep under-
from thx ages,' said Mr. Saarinen; is far away from the modern world standing which she achieves are such
and h sye thate c gyt of 1924. Customs, manners,, clothes, as only a person who feels the ser-
isic, styles developed in t ,h architecture and beliefs of that day iousness of it all could have revealed.'I NS
Greece, p rance, and Italy are not the- are little like those of today: Yet the Among all her successes upon the N+URnD f eavy U nion
bre sevrai grw s bu yer basic elements of human nature, as stage and screen, Dorothy Davenport
reach their present state.tthe photoplay reveals them, were Reid never lived a part so genuinely
"r f tourse an American s I much the same. Men loved women as that of the wifof the prominent ' Flan el Shirts,
"Ofeose an m erinstyle wi a and conquered kingdoms for them. lawyer addict. T iIF NOsD FnSsNOW
dee, saiM inen, "ut t And men made love to women and "Human Wreckage" is not the story Li.e 1
present the nation is too young. too forgot them, quite in line with inex- of the sufferings of Wallace Reid nor Icy streets cause accidents. Better
closely connected with the old wor d pbicabletbut unchanging laws of hu- is it the record of his wife's ordeal Te safe than sory Regrets won't pay
and the, old world teachings, to be ( man nature, in her efforts to help hinm break the t//artbesfor atsansercry.RIt'stsonsimpeyt Co lar citac
able to break away. From out the _____ _Pa__tiesor a smashed car. It's so simple to All Collar A tta h
present vast number of +,individualI Itk u ut nuac-cssltl
architects, each producing his own """..""""""""....take out auto insurance-costslittle
individual style, will eventually de-I by the year-and you have a feeling of
4velop something. It is impossible to . 'iNot very promising today isecurity whatever happens. Persona.
predict, but it will be truly American. lability insurance also. See us today.
'The progress is like the building of Phone 2963-R Ann Arbor, Michigan B 't -
a pyramid, always working to a peak, B
:which in this case will be the unifica
Jtion of many characteristics into a t t MATheydwill lbehereasouikly BUTLER {
ildefinite whole." [ Star ingsiM onduay M orinfg at 19 A . trh. JHop; Andths qTTThATI1
Mr. Saarinen is to remain in this l TaTteA
Mr. arihneito em aininthis. P -iivi o'ry ehappy event will be so quick- uiUc-NThe Home of Society B
Alityl forutheinextsmonth.-I. S ale y after exams-1209 1st National Bank B ST A TE ST.
A1 Suits, Rompersand Dresses at a great reduction-not shop worn Bldg.
or soiled but fresh stock.Phn 40M1-
A few coats for girls-ages 3-4 and 12 years, going below cost. BeP
- Sweater Suits in white, tan, brown and blue-in two and three yearBT
PoliicalLeadrs Fil t Ant cip To savewo ney buy summer socks at greatly reduced prices. A fewT EM S T P R T A N
Poiia edr alt n i s pa~ irs wool sox also to be had. _ X LCT O SI U''N
., Poitica LeodrseFal o Atcpte'
______________-_ _ of your skates are
L _dn_,.Jan.-5.--N.ne_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ri3-
London, Jan. 5.-None of the prni7'1T7 - "J 4mH

e were in deep water. A m3
rward came another bang a
thudding under the stern.
over the side and saw a 1
with his head and mouth
He must have gone for
the porpeller. It killed hi
ply rolled round and rou
corscrew and went strali
1l out of sight."
rue efficiency to use Da
Fop coats,
Robes, at
Teaters at
ied Shirts
& Co.
rand Clothes


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cipal leaders of the three political
parties are showing undue haste tot
anticipate the course of events when
parliament reassembles a week hence.
The present cabinet must draft the
King's speech for the reopening of
parliament but thus far Premier Bald-
'vin has not even summoned a cab-
inet .council to consider the speech,
which seems to point to the probabil-
ity that the Royal decree may be a
somewhat colorless affair.
While, as has been previously ex-,I
pected, it. will practically be impossi-
.,le to carry on the government with-
out some sort of understanding be-
tween two of the three principal par-
ties, there is at present little evidence
that the movement among financial
men to London to bring about such an ;
understanding in order to prevent the
coming into power of a labor govern- ;
ment has any very strong following,
although' it is widely boomed in cer-
tami sections of the anti-labor press
The movement was started a fort-
night ago by Lord Runsdon, president
of the city of London Unionist as-1
sociation, who wrote a letter to the
Prime Minister, urgin- that a serious
effort be made to reach an under-
standing with the liberal party so as
[to prevent the socialists from obtain-
ing administrative control of the
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything

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Good skates can be purchased a great many places but
good skating shoes properly fitted are very uncommon.
. First: One is liable to buy the skates



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they like regardless of the fit of
the shoe attached.

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Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

An Ideal


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Second: At the price so many people
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any place.
It is an outfit that should last a life-time, so why not buy
well-litting skating shoes that you may enjoy the sport. to
the fullest extent.
We have just received several styles of skating shoes
for men and women whose fitting qualities will surely surprise
you. We have them made with nicely padded tongues,
buckle instep str-aps, tripple lined, and our best
ladies shoe has a Patrick Mackinaw Lining.

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