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MWAJESTIC
A clever comedy-drama full of ex-
tement and laughs, is "Sherlock

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and Brown," starring Bert Lytell, which is
being shown at the Majestic Sunday,
Monday, and Tuesday.
In "Conceit," Selznick's latest big fea-
o- ture production which will be shown
Wednesday, and Thursday, is a drama
of society and the 'wilderness.
[am "m~o'es Masquerade," a~ powerful
m- screen drama, featuring Conway
Tearle, will be shown the remainder
of the week.I

"Footfatl;h" a William Fox produc-
tion, is the opening attraction at the
Wuerth th~is eeki. It is based on
the story of the sain name, by Wil-
bur Steele, the 0. Henry committee
prize winner for' 1920.
Earl Derr Bigger's popular Saturday,
Evening Post story, "Fifty Candles,"
will be shown the latter half of the
week.f
ARCADE
"R~eckless Youth," starring Elain'e
Hammerstein, comes to the Arcade the

first three days of the week. The
theme of the story is the social chaos
caused by a young girl who adopts
"Who Cares," as her motto through
life.
"Don't Neglect Your Wife," an ab-
sorbing story of domestic life 'in the
San Francisco o the early seventies,
is the screen offering for Wednesday
and Thursday.
In his latest picture, "I Can Ex-
plain," Gareth Hughes will be seen
in the role of "a Yank who became a
bandit king in. the tropics.

E. BURlNIlAM'S COSME~tCS
MRS. T. L.STODDARD
707 N. University Phone 2652,

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GiARRICK (Detroit)

"Miss Lulu Bett" will the attraction
by the Bonstelle players at the Gard
rick theater this week.

ORPREUX~

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Carry Luggage Safely
and Conveniently
Don't inconvenience the folks in the car
with a lot of bags and c.Ises. By putting
,luggage carriers on your running boards
-you can have more room and ride in
comfort. Easily attached and duraibly,
made, they holdt your baggage securely
Watch our MVain St. Windows for
Specials.

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j"The Man Under Cover," which
comes to the Orpheum the first half
of the week, was first shown in the
Arizona state prison to its author
Louis Victor Eytinge, a "lifer," and
to his comrades.
1"Alias Ladyfingers," the attraction
for Wednesday andI Thursday, is ani
entertaining crook drama with Bert
Lytell as theo star.
"Elope If You Must," is the title of!
a Fox comedy drama, starring the 1

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These miountin~gs are popular-
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JEWELERS

APOPUJLAR MATINEES AR R7WEEK BEGINNING I Te. Mna,"uy2
Thurs. L. ERITNgtK 5ct 10
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THE; COOLEST TNIEATRRIMI
TODAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
A delightful comedy that
hvill brinzg back the happi-
est years of your tife.
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Won the Pulitzer PPize for Rest American Play of 1920.21
Wh71al the Detroit C'ritics said: '_
"It is pretty sure to be the play you've been awaiting for a completely satisfying:
visit to the theater."-Al. Weeks, Detroit :News.
"Fnteirtainmnent of better than average sort. You cain hardly afford to omit Miss
Lulu .3&tt' from ytuur week's itinerary."-Len G. Shaw, Detroit Free Press.
"Miss Lulu l3ett' is a cameo, cut in hisub relief out of middle-class respectability:
on a golden-oak back rouad."-Ralph Holmes, Detroit Times.
"Finely written characterizations of nine widely different people-real folks, such
as walk: the streets of ,any town in the middle-west."-Alien Raymond, Detroit Jour-:
nal.:
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