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A Triangle Feature De Lux
Featuring
BELLE BENNETT
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THE WOMAN"
Also Triangle Comedy
"HIS BAD POLICY"
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WM. S. HART
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"THE BAD MAN"
The Biggest Show In Town
Prices Always the Same
TOMORROW
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
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" REGGIE MIXES IN"

GEORGE WILSON WITH GUS HILL'S
MINSTRELS, AT THE WHITNEY,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20.
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"The Passing Show of 1917." at
the Garrick.. .
"Let's Go!" Union opera, at twi.
Whitney today, matinee and night..
Theda Bara in "Cleopatra," at
the Majestic, March 21, 22, and 23.

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istic effect, and the arms and every definitely stated yesterday Just how 2 E s . ,
detail are said to be historically cor- long it would take for the water o S c to $2.00 - DETROTI
rest. The battle rages all day. long
and is carriedtinto the night to give clear up. Notice will be given as New York Winter Garde:
the beautiful night effect of burning soon as the water can be safely used PASSING SHOW OF
ships. again for drinking purposes. I
DAMAGE OF FLOOD
RAPIDLYFREPAIRED WHITNEY THEATRI
Although the flood yesterday reach- Monday, March 18
ed a critical height, today it was dis-
pelled by a cold wave, and many T Hr MOST FASC NqTIN
CQME0Y OF THE DAY
people are able to go to their homes
again.
Four pumps were used by thestreet
department to drain out the water
that had entered the cellars of the
numerous homes, and by the early
part of last evening, the situation was
decidedly improved. Wall street,
where the flood did the most damage,
was almost entirely relieved last night
from the water which had surrounded
the houses, even to a foot above the
first floor. Most people were able to ; .
return to their homes.
Trains resumed running through
Ann Arbor on schedule time yester- 8 dean Webster
day morning, and most of the freight
that had been held over the night ENTRE SEASON at ENTIRE. SEA$
before, was sent away. The washouts POWERS THEATRE, GAIETY THI
at Shanghai Pit and a mile and a CMiAGO.' YC
half west from here were immediately ENRY MILLER
filled up, and the trains were able to -
pass.
Traffic has been resumed on the D. U. Lower Floor $1.0041A
R. -lines, but in one section, the water Balcony ._ 7"-$ .O,
last night remained two feet above SEAT SAL. FRIDAY MARCH 1
the tracks. As a consequence, the car
company has a long line of motor__
trucks and wagons in waiting for cars
at both ends of the flooded sections
for transferring the passengers. HITNEY THEATI
City water will be in no condition
for drinking for some time, and the
local Civic association yesterday re- O ne N ight Only
ported that there had been a great
demand for well water. All day peo- T uea dy
ple called to learn the positions ofTsMc
these water wells, and this has af- SEATS ON SALE SATURDAY
forded an Immediate relief for the
situation.
No farther trouble has developed at A. H. WOOD'S FARCE COMEDY SENSATION
the power plants-of the Detroit Ed-
ison company, and on account of the with the original cast and magnifioent production, precisely a
material relief of the sudden cold all last season at Bijou Theatre, New York
snap, It is thought that there will be
,one. The men in charge of the or.
ganization stated yesterday that the
plants and dams were in a very good
condition.
ORATORY INSTRUCTOR SUGGESTS
PLAN TO USE STUDENT JUDGES
By May Tully Dodge and Castle Scenic Splendor
That students make as good judges
of oratorical contests as faculty mem- Positively the original production that has interpreted this do
hers is the opinion of R. K. Immel farce comedy in New York, PhIladelphia, Chicago,
of the Oratory department. Boston, Cleveland and Pittsburgh, with
Mr. Immel has reached this con-
clusion after experiments conducted s Wd.
for several years in which he has
selected a group of 50 students of
oratory to act as judges in the ora-
torical contests held here, in con-
junction with the Judges from the
faculty. The decision of the students __
has been the same In all cases as that
reached by the regular judges. EAST AND WEST OF ONE OPINION
The advantage of this system lies New York Chiago
In the, fact that while the opinions of
the few men Judging at present may Each season has one big farce A. H. Woods never i
comedy that towers above all oth- large sums of money mor
possibly be somewhat influenced by ers and now it is "Mary's Ankle." tically. "Mary's Ankle"
the opinion of one of their number, -N. Y. Times. sweep after another of loe
the opinion of a large group of judges prises.-Chicago American
such as Mr. Immel proposes would
not be influenced by the opinion of The best in years. You will be . We waited long for
a few dissenters. doing yourself an injustice if you "Mary's Ankle," but 1t w
_____do not see "Mary's Ankle."--N. worth waiting for. It is
City Water Contains Colon Germs Y. Tribune. delightful.-Chicago News.
Colon germs were found to -be
present in the city water supply yes- PATRONS ARE ADVISED TO SECURE THEIR SEATS EA
terday in the culture developed by
Dr. H. W. Emerson of the hygiene SEATS ON SALE SATURDAY PRICES:-50c, 75e, $1.0
department. No typhoid germs have

"Datidy-Long-Legs," at
Whitney, Monday, March 18.

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"Gus Hill's Minstrels," at the
Whitney; Wednesday, March 20.

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TODAY

Majestic-- Theda Bara in "Du
Barry.",
Wuerth- Margarite Fisher in
"Jilted Janet." Also.Comedy and
Weekly.

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THEATRE
Wed., March 20
EL ORGANIZATION

Orpheum - Louise Lovely in *
"Sirens of the Sea." *
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Arcade - Gladys Brockwell in
"For Liberty." Also Christie Com-
edy, "Local Color.".

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AT THE WHITNEY

Daners itAll-
uaI8bUI*-Whit.60

P. ROGERS, JOHN
CAL CATES

GEORGE WILSON

YORK HIPPODROME
t Parade at 1 P. M.
Minstre) Show ever seen

here.

75c - $1.00
MAR. 21,22,23
TWICE DAILY
3:00 and 8:15 Eastern Time
tTED SEAT SALE TODAY
TIONAL SUCCESS

SENS.

11 Fox Presrenrs
aBara

The most popular play of its kind
which has appeared upon the stage in
years, "Daddy-Long-Legs," will be
shown at the Whitney on Monday
night, Miss Frances Stirling plays the
part of Judy Abbott and Edwin Brandt'
appears as Pendleton. Miss Sterling
began her stage career with the Co-
burn players and she is well fitted for
her part in the Jean Webster comedy.
Edward Brandt will be remembered
on account of .his appearance in "The
Garden of Allah," and "The Winning
of Barbara Worth.".
The story of the play is the de-
lightfully human one of the little
orphan Judy who is being educated by
a mysterious stranger whom she nick-
names Daddy-Long-Legs. Her excit-
ing existence and subsequent love af-
fair make "Daddy-Log-Legs" a story
that is interesting and intensely hu-
man to the very end.
"Mary's Ankle," May Tully's farce
comedy which comes to the Whitney
on Tuesday night, features the young
star, Winifred St. Claire. The story
of the piece may best be described
as a complicated honeymoon. The
complications result from the sending
of a fake wedding invitation by one
of three penniless young men, in
order to extract much needed wed-
ding presents from close fisted re-
latives. The young lady who has been
an unconscious partner in the scheme,
eventually appears in the person of
a bewitching young woman, Mary
Jane Smith. The New York company
includes William Karl Hackett,. John
McKenna, Emma DeWeale, Maude
Nolan, and a number of others.
AT THE MAJESTIC
One of the most elaborate scenes
of the big feature film "Cleopatra,"
which will be shown at the Majestic
on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of
next week is that of the battle of

MAJESTIC

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MAJESTY EATS FROM HER HAND
The Most Extravagant of the Bourbon Monarchs of France Finds
Himself Outdone in Splendor by a Mere Woman

TODAY AND SUN
ONLY
March 16 Mar

THEDA

BARA

Caesar Lost An Empire
to See Cleopatra

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You Gain a
Thousand
Thrills

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The Story of the Greatest Adventuress in the. History

SHOWS
Matinees at ... ..... .3:00
Nights at .....7:00 and 8:30
Eastern Time

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