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pwnmy.” «»«•* ••( ?»'r n...«t Stars t s UM »ea*ou In N« a M *»♦-« 11 f«.l *1:. Ir «t tin:.- ■■ 1 * '•»» < 1 [■>•• i » I* •■!•-• n. >t ¥§m&£s i (. HS# n, a it<>> »■' jH ' BSfcy ■' . '..&*■! ; v ; - - \ CLARK WKl.liO \ Desusi" le Detroit Opera ■TV-* House - ' R4«t Kyi tl and Harvey OHlfflwi. FAoUaboratrd on The* Argyl* t'aee, Pit is founded on Mr. O’liiggiua I *♦*• BN Barnty storle*. originally pui>- Bt» Collier I *. The play Is said to ißMorbingly interesting. with evei v pKlruJ thrill followed hj m lnugt B) tension is relieved and laugh Mpadomlnhtrs. An excellent csm nßjrtll present "The Dummy,' ln- Wm cure Weldon. William Holden. Im Mack. Mary Stork well. Wll- Hmiraifl, Perclvel T. Moure. Ethel HMe, Joseph Cony ri s and several SjFMdll-known pinyers. H| Philip Sousa and bin band will |§EA>.. ooacert in the Detroit opera MFJhindsv evening, *>er 11 This. ggjßg leader and hie excellent or RgMtsS Will present a print am of MBPS pop uln i and (lassie music. ippfUf i£larke, cometi*t. will be *4 • v*i 1 FMi| musical production. “The Hhft.<a tIK Movies. 1 ’ will be the at mkmm tm Detroit opera house the K.'Ojt Oct. IJ. May de BoiMa. w hose ifittlP* personality and charming nS’ made S highly favorable Im wmm upon local theatergoers last mm When she was here with Donald KfhFfXhS Marriage Market." heads ■bm company. The music of the iHMraa written by Jean Gilbert, the and •Alma.’ 1 and t melodious. JuM/llewman. the travel-lecturer, ffi* firmly established himself In S-Hpor of Detroiters, will begin a Merisi of traveltalks Sunday even ■tt. If, in the Detroit opera house. [QVawmsn will present “Egypt" rot admen In g subject, following it. on IBbts Sunday evenings with “The t3*nd No. 1." "The Holy band No. gWR* Riviera to i’aris." and "Ber iplrt n«wman's material Is all new procured during the spring Hi Only Girl/ anew musical piece Its premiere Thuisduy even yHpfcAtlantle City, will be the at ■p. in the Garrick the week of tHL The musical score was written yflUtor Herbert and the libretto was U;|roiW* comedy by Henry M Bios ■Milch was seen in Detroit a sea- aRO. The piece has been Ufan excellent cast and Is said to BKVnr Staged. • • •-- . ■■+ r I TKMTLB. lIUL Samoan paarl diver, who ap ■iim Temple next week, is said Hr# an act that for absolute n«»- mm alone among the recent sensa ■ Vaudeville Odlva performs in ■imlve glass tank, containing; lo.oos MM of watar and weighing 3» tons, msltltn. Odlva ie assisted In her ■Kr a troupe of trained PacitW m ean Bpaa performing a variety of ■fata and astonishing stunts Ed ■ Stevens, distinguished dramatic Kepmh opera' star, will appear as feature of the Aided iBFr ' Bg M W* ■ * - \t> ■BEm • j|^^EnAK Dl gill ®II ’ BPr* fe fe“ ! ggs@f' Be-. /^R^HfflH jji ODIYA V tawaa Diver, ta T#aplr *»fta» Marshall. Mr RteVena will * nrw rnunUal . hara. Vr rsi u- McCree entitled Two Old mMm and the Devil " Hts last appear ■B In Detroit wm In the rule of the ■Hts Jbl the all-star revival of Hood." Direct from a wonder MMmm >H AuetrulU will come June ■nbPavli comrillrnni*. with clever I'MJEr ~Oeller at the piano other act* HflUl Monet ta Five In m mirthful melanu*. popular FI. Morton mteM&m aonga nn.l chatter. Bertha Wsmtot\Um and players In a comic skit i :> i WnTr**^ •'* Brothers Krrmkn In HMKthletlr Bovelty. Howard & Pynwn ggjgff;jfffianre review and movies via the £6s*BfiS* OaftlS will top the Temple ■ymm for the ue.-k *-r i>. t i, -.».- Carl Randall, dancer WASHINGTON the many sure<s«ful pt*' a h,V> '.>■< ’, ilditi’ttf'l for m .,M. > ¥s?S>£'?&fr purj>ua»H nope have ever Ter.t mote perfectly to motion !£ : .-s&s;fcvTr"rl >ko.". •♦...,, i.•*..,.. 1., .. - HHMt Rebel A« n »ta»re production jD-V^rßM a Kreat »uo rr» rnrnlM* for HKlr« season in New York Fit-, and lr. (’hlrnKr* As n phot r»- 11* appeaia'wM'th e«ruM MwjßmSte #▼«»■> < lev* rt- h or p *•- \ most WStmlma, I 1 Kn one ran r«-*ut the i hro'.i W&i&mmamim. the iHUtfh* and exii?t;itl< n ■. f SS : rl.:v : lra(><»l end psth-tt. story rhe Cf hr,trie ip unfurled to raMTflil l l|l tl ■ bre*-*« onre ttp,re. the P#*<•!arall on of war N M•»'■>,,,i Whole troop* of l < !S : , ? of hiir<i-« nrfilVm ggpliflßs. equipment nece»«ar v to t r.c are etn.ho»,i -. '• '■ * • i: -•.• Xi'CMVX > EBhM n * color «»' • rm t ’ _ ■UL SIRNIIK. Mm* t'nnk- .... . i-ir-f MMhr »' Kr>—k -Ml Q?s£z6‘.V& istnrn «| i«fn«ni ■-» p.. •;.,- Mt* week with Mr. < 'm >WMIIr c ro'e ’ or ¥s?&£'X>m |NH|»4 a v.ornii . . , 1 »• < • >-• and the .- ,• • ■ ~r ,>.... \SiMU nr>t ait show. ,>,r t „,. Hf Would ' e i/.-V--recelvin* a<'vi ■*• on, hi. Laier. the 'i •o■ »<■ ' >■ ■ hWH friend come to ~, IN LOCAL PLAYHOUSES whole Cook family, nine In number, with euggeetiuns and criticleme la the second act the house Is half-ftntshed sad the chum, the best friend, and the Cook family keep the plot moving rap* Idly. Bennett’s rich uncle announces his dftermination to give th# .young couple the house and live with them, thus causing more dismay. The car* Banters striae, but Bennett takes qit Is coat and goes to work to complete the building himself. During the tur moil there is a general family row and the engagement of Bennett and Miss Cook is broken. In the third act the house is finished and a “For Sale" sign is placed on It. Bennett, crest fallen and atone, is. looking for a pur efeuser. when his chum arrives, buys the house and declares his low for the best trtvnd «f Bennett's former fiancee: hut when the gUI arrives she refuses •L J 1 i ] R,:- iisC*»@Pi& , sfSf3as2:w;.r' S ■■ ■ . 1 ■ W~' 9 '- W jg sm INKS I*l.l XU KR la **To Many Cooks.” la Garrick to live there, and the house is thrown back on Bennett’s hands The well meaning, but family-guided Miss Cook finally returns and all ends well. The cast Includes, besides Mr. Craven, such favorites as Infs Plummer. Mary Blythe. Louis*- Rial. Harry Stubbs, Wil liam David and Morten Mann. %■S " ■ MILKS. Lstsky's "Trained Nurses,” re-chrls tened "Love in a Sanitarium” and pre sented by George W. Callahan, will be the stellar attraction on the Mtlea bill ■ : M I I f JOE KELSBV Oa Miles negrus GARRICK w ocf:T th to (ISO WVTIIIIIwIw Night Price. 2Sc to tiio With Irank Craven and Uriginal Cast PAYwSwfcw BilsUssst mi the Third Fleer Beefc-*’. Kvr,— I ‘•l.tttht That Felled.* UUrPtf Joe Wrber Will Prraant thr New Muelcal Farcical Comedy 5 THE ONLY GIRL MA|L -* ■ ■»■’■■ 1 1 f ORDERS By Henry Bloaaom and Victor Horbor —StaQOd by NOW Fred G. Latham—Orcheetra of 24 Piecoe. WASHINOTONi -.- - WBEK COM. *4.Vm.Y. OCTV A __| The Famous Success i “The Littlest Rebel ”l IN MOTION PICTURES 6—Great Parts-6 Continuous, 2;30 to 11:00 P. M. Mata. 10c Eve., 10c, 15c. 20c. ♦jgSjifjTu,-jrz .yj“^„ JZ.Z7- 7~^~^g 11 ? 71 . ■ 1 ■ aa—p—rai,w i jugs ,■■ ■■ ■ „ , ■■,,■.■„■■■„ ■■■■■■■■■HB sv« mow, Lrrri.r nitrrj ■■■■■■■ m I ™ E FAMILY l_T»e Fswn, | Csstletses. tOlSt «. -I.lt a. as. Llg.„i«IFHnW | BENNETT. LYTELL & CO. m mmmh . wu. ■ ■ "vfc e By el ■ whh • vw * “Tfc* Girt Hr t Reeled.** KWElirni MIVH tv'4 rAHSH' AfTIIBB. - _ rl.Mlimr-pttMi. oy. »tl.id hYno a KNtMUII • ' 'P %YNF a Mo-vtnn R,CHARD MILLOY & CO. ■■■■■■■■■l STTR ACTIVR MOTION PICTt RJCN ißßflmiHi THS DBTSOIT TIMMS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3,; ISI4. I next week. Under the new Utle >1 b said to be more pretentious t hv» ever, with n«w scenery and costumes and 4 cast of twelve, headed by Dudley Douglas and One Hamilton, as gammy Sloan, ths pgtlent. and Susan Gray, the new nurse. Mr. Callahan, who was the doctor in tiie original cast, still plays that part. There are eight merry musical numbers and a big. dancing linale. For the benefit of its Juvenile patrons, the Mtlea aae booked Howard e animals, tango-dancing bears and doge. Joe KeUey. a Jovial chap, will sing hie own BongTT" Piircglfa brothers, the "Jimmy Valentins twine.” will offer an up-to-date song and dance novelty; the Hose troupe. In their acrobatic novelty. "The Rising Generation.*’ Jackson and May. comedy entertainers, and the rihoto comedies will complete the offer ngs. Beginning Friday. Oct. f, at 1 o’clock the Miles will reproduce the world’s baseball senes by mean# of an electric scoreboard, which shows every plav end Is almost as interesting as watching the im«*e MneH. The base* ball games will be entirely Independent of the vaudeville matinee, which will start at S:3O o’clock on those days. On Sunday the performance will run as usual, starting with the pictures at 12:30 o'clock. • r ” OHI’HKt W. Laughter and novelties will predom inate in the Orpheum program next week, with a singing feature. Willard Jarvia and company l»* re»ec- ; v** ;|£i, .... .4L..v«ri”i ,»'• ;>• 9L lIHACE COVERT Us Orshtea BUI tlons ranging from grand opera to the wildest and merriest rag-time. Wil liam K. Saxton, and an excellent sup porting company, will present the new comedy. "The Buyer.” described as a “scream.” Frank and Walters have a sketch. "Won by hits off the feminist movement of the day In a laughable manner. Dick Miller, a dialect comedian, will present an orig inal bit of nonsense, and Jenkins and Covert, in an act called "Tempara ment.” are sure to score In the laugh festival Bett’s seals perform mar velous tests of balancing and do other tricks with almost human intelligence, and the Two Lowes. Australian rope splnners. comprise the novelties. In ad dition there will be motion pictures of European war scenes on the Orpheo graph. Orchestral concerts are given each afternoon and evening preceding the regular performances hv the Or pheuin orchestra of II musicians. CADILLAC The Cadillac theater next week wW ofTer the new burlesque shows "The Tango Girls.** Gladys dears, popular with local devotees of burlesque, bends the company and the supporting cast inoludee Lucia Arnold,- prime donna; .J.ruitt Detmar, rmiltrHlet Qeon> W. Milton. Irish comedian. Bam Hawley. Allen. Charles Collins had M- W. Woo.lringer. The opening burlssojsa Is called "Mils Lenore" and Mias dshrs plays the leading role. The msdnOMl numbers include a duet by Miss Deliaar fConttaasd ea Most Psgal DETROIT i POPULAR MATINBIt WIPNBtDAV AND RATURDAY The Hudeon Theater. New York Succeea THE DETECTIVE COMEDY THE DUMMY BY HARVEY O'HIQQINt and HARRIET FORD (Who wrots “Ths Argyls Cass.**) Laughs, Thrills TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT, A Detective Comedy That's Catching Last Two Perfermaaeeo Today of Mrs Make la "Lady Ratty Mart legale.” W\ AND HlB Sousa Band ' K'lSmJm MATINEE 3:00 P. M. AAT 1 1 EVENING 8:30 P. M.Uvl* 11 TWO GREAT PROGRAMS SULOISTS ... m&JM- Miss VINOINIA HOOT. Soprano miss MAKOKL Gl.t < K. Violinist* UKHHKKT L. CLARKE, t wraettot Mat. Popular Prices. Eva., 80c to $1 Seats Thursday Week of Oct. 12 I Queen The Movies 1 J % GREATEfT M ALL-STARAST, headed by •o' v V j, i.. • - ' MEWMAN *” TMVELTUKS l "- l i ; EXQUISITE COLOR VIEWS Pfl^rt* AND MOTION PICTURES UNISV dill fs-fS-gsMSIBOJ -- LYCEUM i3th M Stt W i' ■ Wfc,wlWß i: Time VIO ! BCfIINMHO NATINM MINDLY ArOUnd 15r to 75*,. Mats Sun.. Wed., Sat, I*< to 50e. | mil Ba J Walter L Baldwte Fear sets the Artie tie Cseaiilseae ROSE MELVILLE la tfce Vvertaetta* PMOWI remedy Dram “SIS HOPKINS” A Play That Appeals to All Mankind *9• * ± ) -There ala*t ae »rsw Hi dele’ eat hi* * far ■eh'edy what aeeev deer ! ) nnthin' for ■ .."--HU. - ' TODAt-MIT TWO TIMB*—WHII.R THR CITT RLRRPI” igggmRRDER SEATS EARLY BBBMI I AVENUE 7"EH B Area IJhher’e Great Hts tl Heart Thee be ami Tears. 1 PARTED ON HER f | BRIDAL TOUR I o MAT. BUN m TI ES.. THURS. AND SAT. 1 Prices— 10c, 20c, 30c; few 60c. ' B m Week Day Mat.—loc-20c. g Heeerve Year Baeae Beet ter the ■ißßee. 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I cw. vCi Ob 2 KNGAGBMHNT KXTHAORDIN ART 5 1 A SI,OOO ATTRACTION § > QBO. W. CALLAHAN PRKHKMT* AN BLABORATB SCKNIC FRO- 3 2 DI'E'TtON OF THK MI'IK'AL PARCK-CUMEDY '"'S" ] Love in ajanitarium 1 I DUM.Y DOUGLAS MD OKA HAMILTON 1 I AND 15 OTHERS-MOSTIYtUHS 1 1 HOWARD’S ANIMAISJ g PKATCRING THE “TANGO DANCING* BRARS • K 16-ROSE TROAIP£-6| 3 GYMNASTIC CORKPIANS g | S-OTHER 810 ACTS-sl § 2 Hours of Motion Pictures 1 3 From 12:30 to 2:30 1 1 Regular Vaudwille Matinee from 2:30 1. 4:30 § MNo Extra Charge for the 2-Hour Picture Shpw % > W9T Comm Early mad Stay it Long as You Like 3 AM Malta ■— C—Oao— Wfm ilm to 4iM UR S—to Rs K ; * ! NOTE—Dally Matlnaaa during tbs World’* Sariaa, atarting Erl* 3* 2 May, Oct. tth, will bagin at 3:30 p. m n immadiataly aftar tha ball c * • 0a ms, instead of tha usual tlma of 2:10. Sunday Matlnaaa at the 5. usual tlma, 12:20 to 5:00. World’s Sariaa tlckata do not inotuda % J i VaudovHlo Matlnod. ’ / £ ill f Braves vs. Athletics If i 1 £ WORLD’S SERIES £1 lj E See These Games at Home f£ | * ! Play by play, showing the runners going f J • EX to and between the bases. Every move of IX & 2 the ball and players. Ball being delivered g* -■ Jk from pitcher to batter. Watch 4be ball on i k S ; S f| this original, moat wonderful Miles Theater 1 f I L ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC L f I L SCORE BOARD L f I AT THE MILES THEATER 1 I £2 FRIDAY, OCT. 9th, 1 p.m. ■£? | 5 Raaarvad Soata Now tolling—Saeuro Thom Early 5* 5 BRING THE LADIES RRICEt-JSe, 800 and 76e C io c ioc 20c I riTfirU M 2Qq 30c mj W I.APURTTR AXO IHKLbY , I I ._^vywyyvyvyvs^^«^^»vMv ■ % T M 4 SilO and,«. ***^» i niRA MAT*. PATtItDAY A.4 ft ICWAV. j All that 1 * ftert In Vaudevilles 8 I I WM. OUXTiF''»TUf MBIIVPffC ■ *■* •y' 1 * * •.. ' ?,"***, -,-c * j I PRANK* WALTERS I DICK MILLER F L WO " mV nM<WO I ’ QlAtStt cowkpiam j | Willard Jarvis & Company of 6 i, mi sfcARP orwaA no baq-tibm J| Jenkins A Covert THE TWO LOWES I t* •TSNPRIUII!ir > | AtITRAUAN ROPfe SPIYRKHe BETTY'4 SEALS WAR PICTURES Orchestral Concerts Os; TUB ORPMROIiRAPII' . Before Bert rtlhiMm. j i * L. f fc ialib opaii 1 r ?f4 /