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Phone 423
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ke a Kodak With You
is a Kodak that is just suited to your
It is our business to help you find 'it.

pment and the supplies and
Come and see us.

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Jimmy Hussey's musical revue
"Tattle-Tales," will begin the second
half of its fortnight's engagement at
the Shubert-Detroit Monday night. D-
spite the fact that this is a new play,
done by a new author and producer
and that its stay here is practically its
premiere, there is nothing about the
performance that would indicate its
newness.
GARRICK4)ETROIT
"Civilian Clothes,'? hich will bq the
offering of the Bonstelle company at
the Garrick-Detroit next week, has
something of a war plot, ,although
most of the action is in noway con-
nected with it. A. young army cap-
tain, who has been decorated for val-
or, marries a young society girl, who
has come to France for adventure.
As the mariage is kept secret and
the girl later learns that her husband
is supposed to be dead, she is quite
surprised when he appears at her
home one day in loud clothes. Both
of then had thought theyhad married
people of their own station in .life,
and are rather disappointed when they
find out different.,

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FOUNTAIN, PENS
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On the Iluron River
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THE ALLY OF EVERY ;OTHER SPORT
dKODAK
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Cameras, Photographic Helps and Convenienc(
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The Screen

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ESS CLEANING
our Energine Cleaning
aaning you have had.

AT THE MAJESTIC
Douglas MacLean and Doris May
are said to keep up the high quality
of their screen offerings in "Let's Be
Fashionable," which will be the at-
traction at the Majestic theater start-
ing tomorrow. Beginning with Mary
Roberts Rirghart's "Twenty-Three
and a Half Hours' Leave," this youth-
ful pair have set a pace for clean,
zestfulcomedy that it would behard
to equal.
"bet's Be Fashionable" is the story
of an attractive young married pair
of limited means who try, with laugh-
able results, to keep up with a fast
society crowd at a summer resort. In
the end, they agree that it is better to
be happy than fashionable. Mildred
Considine wrote the story and Thomas
H. Ince produced the picture for Para-
mount Artcraft release.

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Tomorrow - MoIn day - Tuesday
A Sparkling Riot of Lingering laughs

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TION for
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is not only given free to
operators are
TRAINING

There's no resisting Will Rogers as
"Cupid, the Cowpuncher" which will
have its final showing at the Arcade
today. As "Cupid" Lloyd he keeps. the
local preacher busy hooking up the
eligible couples of Briggs City. It's
a role that allows him to "let go."
Helen Chadwick, whose sunny smile
and wholesome personality have plac-
ed her well at the top of the leading
women of the screen, plays the lead-
ing feminine role, while others in the
cast are Andrew Robson, Lloyd Whit-
lock and Roy Laidlaw.
George Ade's famous *4lay, "The
Slim Princess" has been produced by
Goldwyn with Mabel Normand as the
star.
The picture opens in the fantastic
Eastern kingdom of Morovenia-the
one spot on earth where beauty is
weighed, and where women pray for
the fat that makes them beautiful.
This picture will be shown tomor-
row and Monday.
Liners in The Wolverine will do it
for you. Try them.

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there are no slack seasons, no lay-
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nement of surroundings is provided
pleasant sitting room and a dining
>m is light and airy.
building and Bring Your Mother.
gladly show you about, any tine
5P.M.
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"Mary's Ankle" and other comedy triump
MCLEANaId MM
in a farce that runs on high from start to fin
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