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"The Wise Kid," a comedy featuring
Fox," a thrill- Gladys Walton, comes to the Orpheum
, is the Wuerth the first three days of the week. Miss
alf of the week. 'Walton has a flapper role as Rosie
y Harry Carey Cooper, cashier of a third-rate New
e spectacular York restaurant, who follows the ad-
Mojave desert. vice of a society matron to "do kind
an Hale, John deeds" to the point of paying the lunch
[ichols will be check for a young man who had "left
cast. his money in the other suit." The
nen," starring cast includes David Butler, Hallam
1 be shown!/on Cooley and others.
Saturday. The The attraction for Wednesday and
ry themes that Thursday will be Alice Lake in "The
ghtful romance Hole in the Wall," a drama of the

mystic and mysterious. The star is
seen as a Boston banker's daughter
who is jailed on a frame-up charge
of theft and who works her revenge
through her success as a psychic med-
ium.
"Step on It," Hoot Gibson's latest
comedy drama which will be shown
the remainder , of the week is filled
with mystery, typically western action,
romance and delightful humor. The
story is laid in "The Land of the Lost,"
a section of unmapped, barren ter-
ritory in the state of Colorado, a par-
adise for horse and cattle thieves.

ic and the quaint is in "They Like 'Em
Rough," Viola Dana's latest produc-
tion which is to be shown at the
Majestic the first part of the week.
Miss Dana plays the role of a wilful
society girl who Involves herself in
amazing complications when she
pays a lumberjack to marry her with-
out realizing that he might insist upon
being her husband.
Tom Mix in "Up and ,Going," will
be the attraction for Wednesday and
Thursday. The action of the story is
laid in the great Canadian North-
Eva Novak, William Conklin and Tom
west, with plenty of stunts, tricks and
good humor in addition to an unusu-
ally exciting plot. The cast includes
O'Brien.
In "Fightin' Mad," which will be
shown on Friday and Saturday, Wil-
liam Desmond portrays a red-blooded
young Amgerican who finds the course
of ordinary life rather too prosaic and
seeks adventure by becoming a mem-
ber of the Border Patrol. Supporting
.Desmond in, the cast are Virginia
Brown Fraire, Rosemary Theby, Dor-
is Pawn and William Lawrence.

Maple Walnut
Fruit and
Orange Pudding

Week-EndN

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SUNDAY Through TUESDAY'
ummer's Big Double Program
D onald

ARCADE

FINEST PRODUCTION

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"Domestic
Relations"

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What doeq a Woman Expect.
of Narriage? f
-Love, Happiness, the confidence of the
man she has made her mate,
-a furnished room, a house, or a mansion
-just some place that she can .call
Home,

"Domestic Relations," 'starring
Katherine MacDonald, the famed
beauty of the screen, is the opening
attraction at the Arcade this week. A
parallel social study, in the treatment
accorded to two wives by their hus-
bands, is the theme of the story. Miss
MacDonald has the role of the wife
of a conservative, self-centered, am-
bitious judge while the other wife
(Continued on Page Four)
Books-Bargain Counter-50c each
at Wahr's University Bookstore.--
Adv.
I Dif , Tuc.es 2 5_5 Oc
GARRICK Thur-s-- at,
Nights, 25-50-75c$-i
13th Annual Season-Tenth Week
The BONSTELLE Co.
!a the Novel. Fascinating. Cape Cod Comedy
"SHfAVIN'kGS"
Next:"AgissNellie bSiN'Orleans"
SUNDAY-TUESDAY
GLADYS WALTON
IN
'The Wise Kid"
BEN TURPIN
IN
"STEP FORWARD"

OLL

EACH year a consider-
able stir is created in

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the

song

and dance

1922

world -by the num-
bers from this show.
THIS year the music is
even better than ever
before-come in and
hear these hits.

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-her share in her husband's trials,
his trust as her recompense,

with

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-children to call her "Mother," and some
idyllic dream that will last through life.

3twvrLxt, A, u~tw

She Lxpects All That'

JHr0. A. A. Ranit

f1,- iI.a East William qptrefl

But What Does
She Get?
The drama of rich wives,
poor wives-and marriage
when the glamor fades.

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STARTING TODAY
Shows 2-3:30 7-8:45
A Oomplete Show after 9:30

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Week Day Matinees
Kiddies 1o.

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COMING
" TALE OF TWO
WORLDS"
AND
"VOICES IN THE
DARK"

9

PRICES
MATINEE
25 AND 35 CENTS
EVENING
25 AN 35 CENTS
KIDDIES, 10 CENTS

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SPECIAL - ADDED
I Hamiton in "Poor Boy"
His Latest and Oreatest Fun-making Comedy This Year

SES AT 8P. M.
night, between Law
E. University, blue
f with striped ends.
ill 1492-J. Reward.
20-2
for blood transfu-

The Coolest Pa*e in Town to spend an Afternoon or Evening
SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY

VIOLA DANA
IN
EY LIKE 'E M R OUG H"

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See 4 thousand horsemen in a great battle with
outlaws in the scorching Mojave Desert---see te
terrific sand-storm-the reckless, death-defving

See

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