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TH-I MICHIGAN DAILY UD\,JXflY2,15

___________________________*Christie Comedy "Here anld There,",
and a microscopic picture "Jumble in
the Jungle" are billed.
c inO u The, iiterthi
___________-~______ I TheWila Fox production "The
Last an onEarth" willetefa
The Arcade trApcture at the Wuerth, playing
through Thursday. It is a fantastic
"Welcome Stranger," an adaptation comedy novelty of a world without
of Aaron Hoffman's stage play, will men. The story carries us forwa rd to
be th~e attraction at the Arcade during the year. 1940, when airplanes are as
the first part of the Week., The screen -i!OmflmlQI as a. telephonie now. Elmner,
presentation has lest none of; the un- the :eiring young hier~o who has had
usual comedy situations which char- a deep-r-odted fear of womeni instilled
acte~,ized it as ,a legitimate production. in him b~y ,a harsh and domineering
Thet6-As _a little love story, and we: mother; :finally gets up courage to ask
have--he r ehzim. of tbe, elodr .a Hattie, played. by. Derelys Perdue to
having, to, do with the inventor who fly' over to"'"a'nieghboring town five
had a Irailtse .to put in. an etectri. Tbi pes ,away to a-(lance. When
light plant for the town, but the story, she refussto -marry him, he sets out
is really all about a community that for parts unknown 'to forget.' In his
didn4't want Jews and how it was woni ten year interval of hermiting all the
over by a stranger who happened in'1 men 'In the world die, and he is dis-
one: night. The Jewish character, whoi covered and made much of as the last
arouises' your; sy lp thy, provides! man on earth. A thoroughly imagina-
comedy, and In the end, outwits the! tive story it gives numerous laugh sit-'
vilains' who provide more comedy! uations, and an opportunity for the
than hie does. F'lorence Vidor andi use of a multitude of pretty girls.
Lloyd Hughes are Incluqd in the cant The latter half of the week Tom
but are not given amore important Mix will be featured with Tony his
places than Dore Davf 4sop, William ' wonder horse' in "Oh, You Tony!"
Mong, R~obert Ddesofl, Noah Beery, The first scenes are laid on a west-
Otis Harlan, and ~Pyed Butler. "Love ern ranch, where one is most ac-
and Learn" another rat H. C. Witwer's ! ustomed to see Tom Mix perform,
telephone series w~ill b~e lhown. and the change of scene to the haunts
Kathleen Norris' novel "Christine of of a fast set in Washington provide a
the Hungry Heart," with P, well chos-I number of comedy situations. Even{
en cast, will be sllowp .thl last threei more amusing are Tom's attempts,'
days of :the wep.Whereas8 host I having graduated from the school of
storlies en~d with a.weding ths ne fashion and 'etiquette himself, to make
begins with a. weddig ad that of the,;,perfect gentlemen" out of his cow-
heroine. ChrIstine,' alyed y Florence' boys: Toward the end there is a
Vidor, ma'rries a ric~h yungz ii T~wh horse ri~ce of .course, which gives
proves uinfaithful. Next'she n~iVrfes a Tony a chance to do his bit for the
promninent siu'ge6 who forgets her in picture and which he wins as usual.
the rush. of his busiszs, aind, she Comedies and News Reels will be
elopes with a pot t ~~ gher3' yoing s1ioWn in addition to the featured pic-
Soli with her. The stoy goes on 'to. 'tres.'
alhow her disappo4nted inc again ii
hCr quest for love, but frtun 'fa-4 The Majestic
vors her before the fib,,i fade out, "Her Night of Romance" a rolick-
Warner Bater 1l~s tie unfathful lug comedy featuring Constance Tal-
fir'st husband. C'lJye BU1f, a youing trudge is the attraction for the first of
1lnglish actor', is tho4acon husband; the week at the Majestic. It is -a pic-
Ton Keith, the poet;' ndWater Hiers, Lure which will leave every one in a
Christfne's brother. jpaltion, a happy frame of mind regardless of'
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Sunday Dinner
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~1 Cream of Celery
The credit andour ilus -figures upon Wafers Celery Olives

the p)ossible worry concerning finial l ')P I'? :iM. Bi I) I« i Salle will appear
examinations. The story relates hlw orn hesl t in vn entertaining group'
adv enttures of an Anmerf('anlie iress O (',,, g' tories and Steps''
who goes to Europe to (escnpe o Io:imoI' - Te'wb' ' h' nte o '
hunters, (Ions a hideout; disguisec>as a Hlebn 1it. !r tixxN ill play ble 1l:

?"Mil of her psaii andi falls in lhuN(' 'wob~
a st iallger who happhens in. Thze laic
tun ieis ex('ept~onalhiy W elIlfitted for
the star I, andl slit and R~onalhd (olenia~i
form a, ~ Isuccessfl I olfbinetion of
laug2h getters. It is a highly oriritjlx
comedy, well directed and1( competnnt-
ly played. "Kid Speed" an Education-
al Mermaid picture, Kinograms jnd I
Pathe Review, and a new Aesop ihble
cartoon make up the complete screen

i ;ill (!a's 0 1' lEw'eR. The story\
'''us w; xith <I lmurder in a roadl holse
l01 ai WX'Othl\'get'nl eiii;m Nwhich causes
hils (Ia i C°', Ill order' to es('aIe no-
t micty t() lea 'e her ecicle of friendsi
aud start, life in a new environment.:
la<ter" she harries Eugene Curry--a
snob in the making, who amitious
1111 selfish. desires, wealth ,and posi-
tion more than love and honor. His~
infidelity to his wife and her final

et ain'nt of happiness with a former
lover form the remainder of the story.
fl }chin(Cilbert takes the role of the
:eneb, ('on ra(i Nagle, oi' the artist lov-
cr, Ne r i Shearer.Ib1,1)e dcharming
'va'npl'. A A~acl< Sennett comiedy with
lIll ( G -res "Off the Trolley,"4 and
1 inog'a ins willI be shown. "The Three
Plaeymate-s'' the Keith act with H'ay-
.nofs, 1Laymanm and Re iser, wxillappear
on the stage. The, Symnpho-Jazz or-
ch'estra which played at the theatre
last week will play through this week
as well.

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Keep. b siness going-put the e-_
livening kick into trade byusn
Long Dis ance as a consistent fo'-
low-up of ales and advertising.
Two Detro automobile firms sell
cars by tele hone.,
A, large auto obile manufacturer
urges his agen a to sell by telephone'.
A cleaning an dyeing house in
Lansing gets bu' ess by telephone.
A Saginaw dealer ells tires by tele-
phone.
A big match comp y does practi-
cally all its whol aling by tele-
phone.
Finanxcial houses se stocks and
bonds by telephone.
Many other concerns bu d business
and keep in touch with their field
forces by telephone.
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producer, wholesaler and etailer
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bavie all" been tide ini the 'hinl i 'ndmade better than they could have
been made. on the "Job Y"hnd Our plan carries the mill-cut
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high development of standardization in factory production saves you
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