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SUNDAY, JULY 13, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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Democratic Nominee And Wife
Caught By Camera In New York

CINEMA
(Continued from Page One)
ing Youth" and "Painted People" will-
enjoy seeing her as Tommie Lou Pem-
ber, the modern girl who wondered
"What kind of a girl must I be to be
the kind of a girl the boys want me
to be." John Francis Dillon plays op-
posite Miss More, and Sydney Chap-
lin has an important role. The scenes
representing Colleen as Juliet and
Chaplin as Romeo are especially clev-
er. The picture is full of comedy
and pathos, stunning gowns, and some
good photography. The play will run
through Thursday.
On Thursday William Fox presnts
"The Shepherd King." It is a love
story of the langorous Nile. Many of
the scenes were taken within walking
distance of the tomb of Tut-Ankh-
Amen, and in "The Valley of the
Kings." The great battle scenes were
restaged on the actual locations where
the Israelites and Philistines battled
for supremacy 3,000 years ago.
"The Shepherd King" is based on the
historical romance of David and Saul.
It has to do with the wooing of the
earth's most beautiful princess, and is
a love story in a beautiful setting.
This will show Friday and Saturday.
GARRICK (DETROIT)
Miss Bonstelle, through an arrange-
ment with William A. Brady will pro-
duce at the Garrick this week a new
play dealing with the turbulent days
of the presidency of Andrew Jackson.
Mr. Brady is bringing Mr. Frank Mc-
Glynn, who created the role of Abra-
ham Lincoln, to augment the Bon-
stelle company, Mr. Glynn will create
the role of Andrew Jackson. The play
is a big undertaking, requiring seven
scenes, and having more than forty
speaking parts.
The play reveals the strife that
threatened Andrew Jackson, a cabinet
torn asunder because he had appoint-
ed Eaton, husband of Peggy O'Neal
as secretary of war, and also threaten-
ed with some of the states seceding
from the Union. It concerns Jack-
son's fight for Mrs. Eaton, and how he
forced Washington to accept her.
Critics believe that the week of July
14th promises to stand forth as one
of the brightest spots during Miss
Bonstelle's fifteen seasons in Detroit.

I Jury

Foreman tine here have been granted men who
could not have obtained similar lic-
Visits England enses in England.
Constantinople, July 11.-The Am-
" :? erican army flyers on a flight around
the world arrived here yesterday. All
of the men were in good health.

Chicago, July 11.-Senator Robert
M. LaFollette, indorsed for president
at the Conference for Progressive Pol-
itical Action, will not receive the sup-
port of the Farmer-Labor party, it was
announced by the latter's executive
committee.
Patronized Daily Advertisers.
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New York, July 11.-The fake medi-
cal ring fight is by no means over.
It has become an international matter.
Great Britain is going deeply into the
English angles of the scandal now.
The extraordinary grand jury which
has caused the licenses of 179 fake
doctors to be revoked in Connecticut,
and obtained the conviction of one
for manslaughter, will remain in exist-
ence the rest of 1924 to finish the
work of making Connecticut a safe
place in which to be sick.
The jury's foreman, Benedict Hol-
den, has gone to England by invita-
tion of the Royal British Medical
Society, which has watched develop-
ments in the suppression of the spur-
ious diploma mills i nMissouri and
elsewhere with interest.
At the same time, Holden will dis-
cuss with British medical authorities
a basis for determining the value of
credentials presented on this side by
doctors from England claiming to
have graduated from institutions or
hospitals of which- American medical
authorities know little or nothing.
This has long been a source of embar-
assment in America and there is little
doubt that licenses to practice medi-

Now Showing
Frank Mayo and Evelyn Brent
in
"THE PLUNDERER "
"The Three Orphans"
By H. C. Witwer
Soon-James Kirkwood in
"YOU ARE GUILTY"
Coming
Milton Sills in
"THE LOST HOUR"

Now Showing
Laura LaPlante in
"EXCITEMENT"
A new round of the
"LEATHER PUSHERS"
Soon-Harry Carey in
"THE MIRACLE BABY"
Century Comedy
Coming
Dustin Farnum in
"KENTUCKY DAYS"

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The Democratic candidate, John W. Davis, and his wife, caught by the
camera in New York.

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TOASTED ROLLS
(Continued from Page Two)
the bannister. "Two cents, please,"
quoth the letter carrier as he handed
over a formal but dainty appearing
missive, apparently containing an in-
vitation to a food festival of some
kind.
"A meal is cheap at two cents," I
said to myself as I seized the letter
opener firmly in my right hand. And
on the enclosed card I read that some
fool cafeteria is going to remain
open during the summer months!
Mournfully,
Ed.
Our friend, The Kniskern, has evi-
dently left town. He hasn't been
around in some time. We "point with
pride" to our editorial victory.
Today's helpful hint :Packing the
differential with sawdust makes the
old chariot bring a higher price.
Taman.
Watch Page Three for real values.

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TOMORROW ADD( BUBBLE OF SUNSHINE
GA RRIUCK Tues.,Thurs., Sat. AND HAPPINESS
JULY 14 250.500
Fifteenth Annual Season
Eighth Week
TO1IGHT ast C
(SUNDAY) antefo
THE
IN THE DELIGHTFUL COMEDY DRAMA
In the New American Historical Romance
Ih-e Awful Mrs. Eaton" "The Perfect Flapper"
By John Farrar, Editor "The Bookman," and Stephen Benet.
Directed by and Produced under the Personal Direction of
MISS BONSTELLE and WILLIAM A. BRADY WITH
A play built about certain incidents in the life of Andrew Jackson,
better known as "Old Hickory" -
A story of Peggy O'Neal and the turbulent days of Unusually Good SYDNEY CHAPLIN
Jackson's Presidency. _ Surronding Program FANK MAYO
Romance! Drama! Exuberant Comedy! Period Costuming!- Too
40 Speaking Parts! _HYLLIS HAVER
Largest Cast Ever Assembled by Any Stock Company!
NOTE-Mr. Brady is bringing Frank McGlynn, who created the
role of Abraham Lincoln, to Detroit, to play Andrew Jackson.
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