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January 18, 1925 - Image 16

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY l~, i~2'i

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:~~': ~T0Plhace, plaiysi J~fl1Nabotirs, 'Taisies
foieh ij~esan and eolf a ppointed
gvardian. Trhe stor has theelements
( stii'ring iicture, with the colorfulk
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~ (lays following the CIiil War, when
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rt. treconstruction.
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Fable, and a News reel will complete
the screen program, while the Rob-
bins Family, six entertainers, will ap-
pear on the stage. The screen play.
x"Tomorrow's Love" featuring Agnes
Ayres at the Majestic the latter part
of the week, is an adaptation of the
Sa turdlay Evening Post story "Inter-
locutory." rrhe wife thinking she
has a perfect husband, gets a divorce
when she finds he is only human."
'Then she changes her mind and tries
to vin him back, which is made rather
difficult by hubby's promise to marryI
the correspondent. Through the pic-
ture an ultra modern, eighty year old
,,randl mother dloes everything possible
to bring husband and wife together
again. The last day of liberty granted
by the interlocutory decree brings a
queer twist and a happy ending to the
story. Pat O'Malley plays the hus-
band, and Raymond Hatton gives a
comedy characterization. "Lve's
Sweet Piffle" a Sennett comedy will
be shown also. The stage attraction
will be WV. C. Field's "Farnily Ford,"
which comes highly praised as the
Comedy sensation of a recent edition
of the Zicgfield Follies.
The Areade
"North of 36," another story by
Emerson ' ough, author of "The!
Covered Wagon," will be shown at the
Arcade theatre for the entire week.
This story is of a type similar to the
Covered Wagon, with a theme just as
powerful. It is the journey ,of the1
early Texas settlers, driving their
cattle from the ranches of southern
Texas to the railroad in' the North.
Jlack Bolt, Lois Wilson, Ernest Tor-
ronce, and Noah Beary are the fea-
tured players, twvo of whom will be
remembered for their characteriza-
tions in "The Covered Wagon." The
story is one of adventure written in
the spirit of romance, where Taisie
Lockhart-Lois Wilson--beaut ; f iu
young owner of one of the largest
rainches in Texas, leads her band of
sturdy followers across the unmnappedj
plains to the northern cattle markets.
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Complete Stock of Qrcceries
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Gold Powders, Tube PaintIs, Turpentinc,
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