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IAY, AUGUST ' 6, 1922

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAIL't

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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eyelt Swhom he has never met. This enter-' No thlands forms a background for
iaining story is the attraction for Fri- "Out or the Silnt North," which is
day and Saturday. here Friday and Saturday. Frank
1t6AIliyo and Barbara Bedford are given
N'I7RPIt rihe leading roles.
For genuine thrills, excitement, and
laughs there are few phiotoplays that None of the original humor and pa- (IIARRICK (Detroit)
will equal "The Dictator," a Para- thos of Edna Ferber's popular novel -
mount picture, starring Wallace .Reid, "Fanny Herspf," is lost in the screen Kate Douglas Wiggin declared "Ev-
which begins a five day run- at the version of the story, entitled "No Wo- eyda," the arrick's offering for
Arcade Sunday. Scenes for this screen man Knows." Mable Julienne Scott, next week, to be Rachel Crothers'
adaptation of Richard Harding Davis' Earle Schenck and Stuart Holmes have best play. "Everyday" is an amusing
famous play are laid in a Spanish ban- important roles in portraying the life comedy with good old-fashioned rom-
ana republic in So. America. An excel- of a small town family who sacrifices ane and a strong undercurrent of the
lent cast includes Lila Lee, Thwiore everything for a gifted son. social atmosphere that is developing
Kosloff, Alan Bale and Kalla Pasha. "Fifty Candles," delayed in its show- sons and daughters as automnotans,
"D~on't Write Letters," starring Gar- ing several weeks ago, will be the at- selfish and useless to the world. The I
th Hughes, is a wholesome and de- traction for' Wednesday and Thu s- story delves into high finance, crook-
igliful comedy of the ambitions of a day. The picture, adapted from Earl ed politics and the relative values ofI
young muau to appear brave to a gir Derr Biggers' popular Saturday Eve- honesty and personal glory. Miss
ning Post story, is one of mystery, sus- Il~arding and Frank Morgan will have
pense and a thrilling climax, the lprincipal roles.
Fred Stone furnishes laughs and
thrills a plenty in his latest picture-
That "The Duke of Chimney Butte," a typic- DELIVERY NOTICE
al Western story, which will be shown____
the remainder of the week. Complaints against the deliv-
A utom obile ry of The Daily may be enter- -
ORPHIEITH f ed by calling 960. If you are J
yai notgetting your paper, or if the
T A First National attraction, "Con ldlvery is irregular please call a
age," is the opening program of the'[ [ u.
will not George Walsh has done some excep -___________I________
tionally good work in his latest pic- DiyWnsAsbigrsls-Av
ture "Serenade,' 'which will be shown DalWntAdbrgreus. dv
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be complete Wednesday and Thursday.
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Daily. 34-21
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This Week-Stage
ilpan, Chidna -May Treat -with Russia
Pekin, Aug. 5.-Japan and China are
arranging for treaties with Russia, it
vas learned on high authority.
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