SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925
All the charm that marked Zieg-
field's production "Sally" is caught in
the screen Yersion of the same flay,
with Colleen Moore in the title role,
which will play at the Arcade theatre
ay forlorn inmate in a foundling home.
After a free for all fight in the alley,
in which she plays an important part,
she is sent away from the home and
We see her as the drudge in the kitch-en o th El 'Tr e I , w e e t e
D~uke of Checkergovinia, a Russian
refugee is waiting tables. In the cafe
Sally is thrown with Blair Farquar,
a rich young man about town and a
little later she impersonates a notori-
ous Russian (lancer at the lawn fete of
a multi-millionaire. All storts of
Colleen Mooeead. Leon Errol ;A, a~
dluring the entire week. .Tune Mlathist events airise to sepiarat e Sally and
wrote the scenario andl the result is a: Blair ani in (chagrin, Sally returns to
very amusing and (entertaining screen t he alley, and iher soi led(f ishes. H ow-
narrative. In Sally, Colleen Moore is ever, to have mnade the success it has
'at 'her best and she makes the role 'the story couldn't end t his way. Lloyd
outstanding by her, sympathetic inter- Hughes plays the handlsomne lead as
pretat ion- with its hoydenish humor, Blair Farqluar. Colleen M~oore (dis-
patho:, andi fire of temiperamnent. Leon tinguishies herself also, in a.,lpartic-
Errol, who (reat ed that inimitable ulla nly difficult dancing part. The
comedy role, the Dul e of Checker- 'comnedy, another of the H. C. Witer
govinia, in the mnusicalt comedy ver- ; series, is entitled "The Fast Male.'
lion, was recruited rmi t1 he stage and Topics of the day, Newvs reels, a
appear's in the amez< characterization patheo-color reel andI a Felix Kat car-
in the film. Sally is first discoveredl as toon will be shown. A novelty orches-
- But it has been done for nearly two years!
ie tte handmade Chinese Rugs -
have been sold in Ann Arbor
at wvholesale prices!
- in June I exhibit my rug;s at the Grand Rapids WXhofe-
-sale Fuiniture Market.
E Then I must raise my Ann Arbor prices to meet those:
:of the retailers who will purchase the FETTE ruige to resell.:
Rt-emember! Old prices main- W
tained ftor one month!f
Why buy an ordinary rug when
you can geta Tette?
-~ These are so different!
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tra will furnish the music for thq' Lubitsch. Mrs. 'Wilton,. who cannot tic affair concerning a wife, a hus- I
week's bill. be happy without a man in the offing, ;band, an old lover and the series of
-- realizes she is no longer young and; events caused by the girl when shtew
I''The Winertlt decides to marry Lamont who is notj obeyed her, mind rather than her
"Three Women" featuring an all averse to acquiring some of the lady's heart in the matter of marriage. In
star cast will be presented It th fortune. Her plans are upset when the case, of Virginia Carter played byj
Wuerth theatre (luring the first four. hler daughter returns home from j Miss Rubens, two years of married
(lays of the week. Thbe story dleals school and Lamont becomes infatuiated life with a man who has given here
with an attractive man of tine xworild . with her. His marriage to the daugh- everything money canl buy as well asj
Lamont, sweetheart or Airs. WNilion, ter dloes not cure him of his wander- i his hat sDteouht rs h
a middle agedl widlow, hurlband to her bignt hab~its and he is soon in. the midst memory of Robert Whitney, her 01(1
(hrmng(auhtrJanne, and lover of an affair with another girl. 'then ;lover-Frank Mayo. The husband
to still a third, Harriet, Levi (ody things begin to happen. The mother' not unconscidour of the situation, be-
is the alluring villain, Pauline Fred shoots Lamont, the (laughter's former hxleves in her, loyalty but doubts her
ei-ick, the mother, May. McAvoy, the~ lover appears on the scene and affairs h lappiness and 'decides to give her an-
young laughter, and MIarie Prevost? progress to the final fade out.; other cha'nce to choose between the
the flirtatious charmer. The story is I The latter part of the week Alma two men once rivals -for her favor.
not the most pleasant, but is very well Rulens will be presented in "Is L~ove From this cir'cumstance the story is
told due to the directing of Erwst Everything?" The story. is a cl.ones- .(Continued onl Page Sixteen)
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