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IN THE LOCAL PLAYHOUSES
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? NKXRY MILLER.
fm'-muti l.aag Us»" l« Detroit
Oiara Hw«f.
HyP* Mrniorr opkra hoi rr.
HpHf would he difficult to imagine a
HEwltr combination than the ns*"n
BE* Ruth fhatterton. in Jean «>b
ag delightful comedy ‘Daddy
JAg*. which wilt be seen in
Uptpetrolt opera house nest week
e««r Ml hr t'batterton. at the
BBmi of bar own company, played ti e
HSgArtar of Judy Abbott from ea:l>
fmm Tit ***• aprinK in the Haiety
BBL|ar. Naw York. while Mr >1 Iter
BBjSeaA the weat starrlnK in a "petal
Long Isegs" organisation.
Lone Lccn" tell* the story of
girl's winning fight for a
■wwoe In life. The first art shows
aa a pathetic little
IKSStfo lu a bleak New hi.stand or-
HHfil aaylum. Her protests against
'Mi:** Inequalities of life are heard by
jfgK' (Mt - hearted bachelor philan-
Who decides to give tier the
llHpnrt unities for which she yearn*.
yHSay her removed from the sordid
SSIPMUMIiHg» °f the foundlings home
MUM sent to a seminary where she
K&Vwjj the advantages Riven to
Wmmfa of wealth. The remainder of
SK* Story la a romance. Although a
■w young girl. Miss Chatterton has
heraelf as one of
HT nott accomplished of Amen, an
Sr, Miller, as the phi
' KMuwpta bachelor. brings into
■W that fine peraohaJitv which has
SjjHMngd htrn to be regarded as one
HEQm really conspicuous men on the
Hpwteaa stage/
flka comedy -Rolling Stones
IMS hH Been a popular New lork
KEmb, and has made a hit on the
H|a will be seen la the Detroit
BSSa house, the week of May 1 The
written by Edgar Selwyn.
■mNW* known actor. playwright
iS'lMUiagur. The company to pre-
Ktts comedy here includes Leon -
Hanmla Harrison Ford. Mane Car.
Bralnard. Arthur
nfcrutth and Frank Kingdom
BMI DVWW will play Ms annua]
HtW DetrelL the week of April
ThtsasnllTir hla new Play The
BMBgJ* fit the Detroit opera house
kIBEm —WtSIIT of Rnglish life which
KSw4 Mr. Drew during the cur-
HBbadanan, he is said to have a role
■HFSta him like the proverbial
IjßSn. l Always an agreeable player,
■rwt technique snd h feat g*r*
gVissfy. Mr. Drew is one of the
■Mrlfn aetora of the American puh-
EBSnd enioya a popularity that sees
ws4- * GARRICK.
Hug Igwen of good music and di-
Kjtjfejt 00 needy It is said wilt wel-
Em* the MW operetta. ‘Molly 0‘“ j
HEnt Will have Its premiere next 1
'*** Oarrick theater. The
WBk and lyrics were written by
■pipy R. nnd Robert R. Smith, eo- .
HmAW Os many of the most Impnr
mt comic opera and musical com-
trtumpha of the past decade.
■Ml# little information regarding
■Kgbory Is told In advance. report
Hi M that the librettists have writ-
Eat. w particularly romantic hook.
■Haig It upon the Story of "Boccac-
Ht" The operetta la In two acts.
ftrat placing the characters in
■MFPort In mid-summer and the se.--
MMctarlßK the night life in Vl
■Eg. Carl wones, who composed the
Hp ftp said to have written some
HMMrly brilliant numbers. The
HgMjhpy Includes Katherine Han
tam Oallway. Orace Field. Tom
yKWth eOsie Intropldl, Thomas C»nk-
Knhk R. Toting. Rene Detling.
Higld Macdonald. Mabel Harris and
|HM Crane. Young and attractive
IMKIM make up the chorus en
■lH. The operetta has the ad-
of George Marion's expert
■Sh fM artistic methods in its stag
aNr.JMd extremely elaborate sets
devised for the two acts
Nfiho of thf blffgeat Sow York ruc
mbm of the current »M>on, "The
■BriMuftonod Woman.” with P.mily
■prana In Uta leading role <>r chm
■ltKnollya. Will hr the Garrick the-
the work of April .’t
■p May la one of contemporaneous!
IWr Ten tlfa and a keen. p*yrhol»K
--m/t aftaoy If a peculiar type of wo-
written by Louis* An
liMßer and la conetdered an ex-el-
of literary workmanship.
■nH aa a play of original thought
Ewhaarpoe*. tn the company »up-
j»tev«n* wifi he 11
|9flma Smith. Heeeard Hhort, Isabel
Bma, Lou Ia Benlaon and Jennie
mfuk
ntaadtlne feature m the Temple
■Hp Cunningham and Mi and Mi
On Whelan's first
iffMW ta the Temple about el% unr>
WSSmiwm fathered the audience* into
■BKalg admlrina entity. reep<>mli>
■fliniialra after encore In a w*\
M taking that the -u <i
WwiW'itß to the gallery and the prr"
Wlar aaim fit the ho* were equ.'ltv
HP. to aee Whelan'* lona lank> Tl»-
Aa a whletler, Pianist.
and comedian.
•, ,:’C: |Hk'
M
K ITHErJM: liILUIMV.
Prtma deaea of -Molly O'* la fiar
rleh.
t \ :
1 A^BSbHH
4 ‘w iV,
■ Hm I
RWILV «TKVKM.
Te roar «• the l•arrtek theater, the
week sf \grll 24. in “The t ■ -
ehasteaed W uaoan."
he works very riuletly and ta.dly.
the general effect being one of neat
ness and ease His comedy points
are cleverly scored. Cecil Cunning
ham possesses 4 beautiful voice aa
well as a sense of humor. Th.».
roupl-d with her stunning blonde
beauty and magnetic personality ha*
carried her to success she comes
this time with a bundle of exrlual •
songs, written especially for her by
her husband-composer, Jean Have*.
Making first bid for the laugh hon
ors of the program will he Mr and
Mrs Jimmie Barry, presenting Mr
Ibirrv’s tu'enf skit. “The Rube" The
scene I* laid on the stage of the
Folty theater. New York ritv. where
the efforts of “the ruhe to outwit
the actress result in one l.»ng merr>
laugh. Other numbers; Nina Pun
stage **-*■«■»*r.-w»a w Miemeyer -nr
an up-to-the-minute ‘novelty com
posed of unusual dancing and special
songs; • Lt!!le Faulkner's miniature
review." a craek# r jack manikin
Miller and Vincent In their new
singing skit. “In the Cool of th»
Evening” Marcella's beara. Went
worth. Vesta and “Teddy, '* snd the
Temple movie review.
The famous English actress.
la»ngtry laidy de Rathei. k- >wn far
and wide as “the Jersey lalv. will
head the \ audeville hilt in the Tem
ple theater. Easter Wei k It is au
thoritatively claimed that this is M'«.
Taingtry's Anal tour of America Hh<
is MRtng SS her veniole * nre-a •
playlet entitled. “Ashes,” written to
the author of “As In a T«onkioir
Olasa." which was one of Mrs. t,ontr
try’s most brilliant stage stiece <*»•.
Hhe will have the assistance in the
sret'-h of Leopold Stark and I ion»l
Atwlll. clever I>*ndon players o' the
legitimate stage.
ORPHEUM
Lafayette Blvd. Main 1007
At Poatoffice Cherry 4225
VAUDEVILLE
Week Starting Mon., April 17
A Miniature Mus leal Comedy
THE
DEBUTANTES
WITH
JACK RUSSELL
' AND
I LOTTIE BAKER
I Ziejrfeldian Chorus
I of Merry Singing &
I Dancing Beauties
I THE
I Yellow Peril
I .Sensational Comedy Drama
SABBOn & WRIGHT
In a New Skit
Ben and Hazel Mann
"Fun Fur^anere."
Bisses'Pets CISC
GUIRAN and NEWELL
' An Acrobatic Novelty
Prize Dancing Contest
Friday Night
GMnii/C*HiW to n, at.yn «»
anvif9i tll9l »ti.i i« ii. I
Raeeo Rota. Sat.. «*«. and Hell. .
I*eohfaa tleay Rot the Prfee. I
. .
\I.RERT VtHEI.AN.
4a«traltan ewaaedian In Teaaple.
<4mwummjcoum*
joh> DHi:w,
Kl« oHte Mir t;» nppmr In “Ike
t hlrr‘ In Detroit oi»ern bouse,
the week of \prtl 2*.
wit.i:*.
Albert Bhilllps popular dr.umati'
actor, late of The Hr at Di .d-" .*r» l
“A Fool There Wg-.“ who is mak
ing his first i»>ur In vaudeville :t s
season in a clever coni'dy drama • n
tilled The Flirt." appears in • -,e
Miles the it r next w« ek. a* * »e »<in
llr.e attraction. The p! y• t and
with » wager iri i- b> 1 ' > W</r
nent clnhynen a« to th*‘>r c< •[ < ti •
ability in win" ng t• ' t r r> t <
fair »ex Amusing i< db ■* •
up t«' h seoswtlortal dramatic Hlrat
Janet Allyn. G* .eg. !'■■ ’ ' • ! I
win Aiken jaipfiort M; -
4ewi* */w4 i'hf wtti i-nd n- /■•
esdy portion of the or ifrair wth
their “nuttycisms' snd br* •*y paro
dies on rop'iL r sortg* dth' r is
prog-*med ere ?r i*a !'■•
Clifford. *l*«rk' ar:s?o -a*.
Gordon ar.d fr 1 y. rr. *c al ma.ds.
the genaatrora’ A *r “I T’-»t»s. «
fymnastic end ‘he Qrotes/iuc
tan/iatle in . -r - city C -c
--run fetil'ii'i rb. lop’ays, n* w ■■<>*■• + •
dies an'! th<- le'es- ■ , «n»
weekly w ill be project .’ n th• M •
movie »cr»er from t; 30 to 3
o’clock i/re/'-dir.s tn- va idevil.
mat Inee.
TEMPLE ;s Csßhg!
#■ j 25c .r.'.r, 35; || 15c 7bc |
I Australia’* Best \ R||?r-ft /Iffiii
HIDCDT MiSS CECIL
Jjjff, 1L Ciiiiiii
I Ilf fl r I U ll Con.ediennr
I mw AAHI 11111 l Extraordinary
I Termer h»*t «f ••Th» Pin* I jwii ••
I WMT rSIQIR t\n anil V T. Winter I.*, ,
I 1 M ft! U. COWKDI AM IS
I THE W URI.I). Eirlulr* Radii by Ji-*n Ham
MR. & MRS. JIMMIE BARRY
in “THE RUBE”
I « r.-lEi THE “PQI.I.Y THEATER," SEW YORK flit
NINA PAYNE & I LILLIE FAULKNER’S
JOE NIEMEYER MINIATURE REVIEW
MILLER & VINCENT I Black Kings Playmaie
I “la the Cool of the Eoeoloa" Trained Hnn
I MOOREOSCOPE
I VESTA A “TEDDY” MOVIE REVIEW
NEXT E\“~~Mrs. LANGTRY
I (Lady De Bathe)
Paramount dHa waW'MB
f \ I.l# \V»hK STARTING SI * N f»A Y- K f
/ Ml \ 1 | - /
J DANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTS J
IMaryPickfordl
y - ■— L ■■■ ■ ~ In m llrsmn of If ••ttianll ; S'-'.'.l vr —JSBWW
l joan J The Eternal Grind ij '*
f \OI NG * II In whh'h f.'lile M*ix plays th M d/e • ✓
U pathetic, and touch mg rol* <■* I /
<f Scotch I (,»* rwurkfl, h* r«|.rirl yen little *. • ALONG f
oumi |of Hie fartnry THE TASIG /
(' "" ,,a ‘ lo II —' R,vt " £
■WiiilpitmttitnY-ntitiitiTniiTinviHi u\a
DETROIT TIMES
jd^M
I.AMHIK « I.IITOHU,
Entertainer un Vllles Hill.
ORPHKI W.
With new oie.is it. staging and pre
sentation Tii** l*e 'Utantcs * tabloid
musosl comedy is x< h* duled as the
headline attraction in th»» Orpheum
th'-a'er, n*■ xt vrk Tht act is ealtl
to off-r pfetty Kit's, stunning gowns
and lilting melodies, and features a
clever mushal comedy team. Jack
Kus>» 11 <nd 1 4 1111 c t;.iivrr Instead of
the • urtasn g'dnvr up on a stngeful
of girls, each it -mi .r «'f the «on>-
pany steps before the curtain alone
and re ite* a few lines to the audi
ence, giving th» synopsis of the corn.
► ri> so that everyon* ' i'.'us what is
going It* happen before the x< tinn
oegins Mies linker has been in light
op-ra anti R.i*s >e n 1 !- v r me
dian and nti 1 hmer T‘ act .n.
rlytles costume, light ands -cnic ef
feCts thV- ■>' - ' f.. IVVeI 'll'*'
pleasing 'The 1 • llnw IV-I.“ writ
ten b> Aiitert rowles. ,1 s. u 'ti'»n\!
mixture of d-.tu 1 nd at e. will t»e
presented by .t company of five, V’ill
H Ko.\. the or jinal trick pian»«t,
w'U offer his c'n <•> planologue U» n
and li u'l Mann. fur. furni.t* en*.“
in n sincnK i n .farcing skit. Pos
ses' Pets. ute. cunivng canines who
exhib’t supe-ior Hfttmnl inteltigen-e.
ami Gmran ard N- v !1 novelty en
tertaip*r« n -.t od-J.ty ar.-
Others on rn-- >'* • re will oe feu.
ture tMniv chant • daily, before and
aft 1 f. • v .i." • . w th niit.n e<
riinn i- y >ntinu< usly from 1J.30 to
S o cto< k Kr■ day n . if l<.« ti unit*
teur dai: ■r> w 'll rr •* -n competition
r..f pr*7c s during t !.*• tu>t evening
• how
m \.it> rn .
• tml. , -i.i iii -1 fllm'*ed
fr un titei • r .1 of T-r I' one's well
kn • w n. *v- I. • lliii . 11 ;u ‘•■it., w1 1
he given it. t;; 1! pres» ntatiun in
D. t* 1 n t*i •' f th* ater next
w• k K'h/I I'i .> ton . c! Torn Moore
w .! ; 1 v t: !-,» ,i?>g role** 4r.1l tile
n. lu'l* - 't ■> 11 " jrd K-irt Part’s'
Met'ilium and !?*■'•' rt Fortier and
one <*f ih'» cl‘V>ru-t bable- sh» ha*
ever p. Ib* for ti e run. r*r ”I> d
lars nnd th Womar ’ i« bns< and orr the
d(»n-'-r ><f •» rriarr • '.vou an. ■ ven *n
pr.ft'Di i> +.— •■’ tr li ' a■• a t c t -
4nc/' fr> ei .inv 'car: out her !tU,strand.

t*i- r.f .1 v -eltb' g r"il, who Ia
smgllt b rival ■• •'r'. 'tv' a poor
,»i fl r ggiinr. invent r, tr • -ther a
d'smas s-b- ie/ept c be r ., „ r ins 1* * f 1 ■*-
f.it {.,*r I'.x-s hi fTi i«i % end u .♦* rt.
Jounc urd* b' 'V .Cu-far a’ii
poov - -h-r th- h’t and tn « an
(»ppnrti.r- t' x • v -0t • •' ' *•••»•
a T- -0 I- -lien 1 1 w ife
g *•• t>> th* hank to and iw- ’he * ■•v
--;•R s , lose .1 th« r.si .'-j <■’ 1 ‘
borne and call/ 1 t ■ her ■' »- •.• r w • '
h-art to rale the r-*- tri fond*
without her tiu'hi’ - 1 ?’•
While h» Is away a ba'-»y J* 1” c «od
thonr.- he ha- >M i h, l ,r i‘*nt • n ehrt
sends b* - money be And- h-r ilvng
in (vover’y. endeavoring t“ I 1 • ’* T
loan T*i* busba-d of ? H, -‘
logo, fl" l.se« »•• • 1 f » r ‘ "C.
? n«l rna <y in t > r* <■. ~ '••id •>; ;t
/Vent foP. " •” ' ‘ f'a ture
».ll imii views of the liuut fer
\ llh m M xio. n travelogue illustrg.
»ng ind a elected conn d>
ll»nr\ k'untie) will sing “My Moth
er's P.«>«ir\ atul ''What a l.lttle
Sm»k Will 1»«*‘ and there will be
• »l orchtatra ami ergan num
l»ers.
I.U KI U.
A n»w stock company wtl make
ta Ihiw i.i Detroit Sunday afternoon
in the l.'ceum theater, “In the Hlsh-I
op'* Oarnagr'’ to b« the tlr*t week a j
• Turing Two of the players are old
friends of the community Roy \V*H
y» th* landing man. and James A
Me-ter who for U> a-aaons hns been
with Vaughan Glaser's organisation
The leading woman of the company
will be Margaret l-ot'is. with whom
Mr Walling has n)aye«l before, and
who has had Conatderuble experience
in stock work "In the Bishop a Car
riage i.« a happy selection to intro
due. the new players, for not only
s -»■, men Interesting, the action
rapid and the general theme a aym
pathetic one. but the characters of
fered co'xr a w iite range of types
and with comic, pathetic and dram
iti< episodes following each other
in rap o 1 succession Resides those
members of the company alreadx
mentioned, the roster Includes I,oul*.
Wolf.. Viola Marshall. Wlnntfred
>h roourne. Jack Montgomery. James
Ja' M Irey, Neil Burnett. Edward
Npwberg and Frank lane
4HHINGTON.
Mary Pu-kford will appear «n the
r*en in the M'ushington theater
next week ;i« the central (Ig.ire in
‘Th* t''ernal Grind." Those who re
call M Pick fords work as a vic
tim of circumstances In “The Fotind
liri*t and Poor IJttle Pepplna." will
be .iff rded an opportunitv to Judge
of her ability in quite another type
In The Eternal Grind*' she is a
GARRICK THEATER
MftktM. Mr (M f2*N
—r.ra-s , ■■>■■■■ ' ■■ r -
APRIL 17
Main. \%e«l. and Knt. 7 n * lllk Al
CORT W
\ \*> \ < )*h rotta Ml
in Two
A(. to
Bly H ;i: ,
||||BAV lM» i.r!
Stac* •! b>
H:in''>V ('allow a; Ti. nT:• %i-
Gi acp Fields John K. 5 ount.
Josio Intrnpidi Thomas ConktM
MahJe Josephine Harris Han Quinlan
Rene Detling Donald MacDonald
AMI OTHKR KAAORM'I >.
CHORUS of 50— Augmented Orchestra of 30
tmla.i —Mat. A Mabt—lit i«r tfi.lme* In “III* >la|r«tt llnnkcr It run"
WEEK APRIL 24 • '> ;,\\i , -
01.1% KH Mimiiii o I'fi Ki ntn
Jgg EMILY
&TEVEMB
In I oui* \n*p»rkf r'* l **»ri~:!) llramn Mr (■ ■.*
The UNCHASTENED WOfelAN
Plreel from *l» Month* nl Iflih vt Ibaalrr, Nfit York.
Entire Original Cast " i,*** , i«,i‘-,V. v .«-r. iV!»,'i:
it it li % lt!)'». roll'* n;.*M*i«»\ md JK%>li; i.\uu\ i
-A i?T v V »j
UrW^mljy’V ’ IjSS
WEEK STARTING SUNDAY, APRIL 16
•ETHEL CLAYTON »■• TOM MOORE
“DOLLARS {g WOMAN”
I; from Allis ri I'h) »'»n Trrkanr'n <tiifrr».iriil Nntel. ••D»ill:tr« i»n«l I rnl<"
the Cleverest Baby Yet Seen on the Screen
1((%:1|h I kn«r "'larltnna Ovrriarr" 111 \IM*• \ > I'll . #
I \!(frla. %r«v 4 Old|ll«Jr*llr *>mpkuni Orrhrtlm "Hj Htilhcr’i Itovary "
j timdaf rMllintu 2fa 11 1 Dally 2. 7. I*. M n i«. iMivpt *b»i.) ml wv»«t« i'»«•.
OPENING OF THE ANNUAL E NGAGE ME N T OF STOCK
117 BJj RR > First Week Itegiiinlnt: '
j MATINEE SUNDAY :
STOCK CO.
Young Ixa'ling Man ROY WALLING
'upporlril h.t a I flap**; I»f nutlnp 'ilalirtl I'lptrr*
I'rraratiap far th» Flpal Wfrk
‘•in the n?z%n
BISHOP'S \W\
if!] CARRIAGE"
Miriam MtrHe-w»«on - « fupnlwr story.
oi.d Hi.vn i k \••
lll'P. HIITKI. (ADII.I.Af
CADILLAC
• BURLESQUE •
UI.KK HTIIITIYD »INIHV-»IUIN I K F.VF.lit IHt
REAL CLASS ,V,V,,
Follies of Pleasure
The New York I EXTRA: E * TRA!
Winter Garden ' | A Heal Show With a Real
Show of Burlesque Chorus
TOD%t—4 ABAnKT (iIKM Dill AMUM TttlD
.1 . *
M \ ttl 1 ' ' . t 1
. ■)■■>... AH tlrP*AU>* *••!•
•Up Asa Hr!. * S ’.a arm a. * n
nv-rw <>rkr.l ~perai\e it’ it ** .>nthhop,
hn* *h»rpen.'‘d her wit*. ~rV * ;l ' f ”
her it fearlee.tnen* t! .tt an»blf» Iter
to cope taitn th- pr.»’.lton-« th*»t ,tr;K
-lln her effort* to hop t'>• little ftm
-11 y ct r«le from harm Hot* he
brings the Worthier* -n of her «*n
tCnntlnnril no >rtl I’nge)
DETROIT OPERA HOUSE
OHM %% KKh KTAMTIMU
MONDAY NIGHT
MYTIAKKM HKD. %AD * AT.
Klaw S’ Elatfacr Presort ",
U AMERICA’S
nenry grea tes t
m «•!« COMEDY
Miller anJ success !
Ruth Chatterton
In Jean Webster’s Triumph
The Season's DftQUy
Heal # * v
Dramatic Treat | LODg LCgS
la*t Tnn I'rrh'masrr* T»d«j— Drrwfitt Hall t'nlne ••I'HTl?.**
WEEK OF MONDAY, APRIL 24TH
CHARLES FROHMAN Presents
JOHN r “
r r Drew
In Hl* lirente*! t owteA* '•frtM
“The Chief”
Br llontt A»«»»lff Vicktll
v m m m
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Smilingßeauties j^,, 4
mu RUSSELL JUNE MILLS SAM COLLINS
World’s Dandent, Prandest. Prettiest Chorus
_ w< ( KhiH-.IU. Wralfcf anil "SlMlna" Hilly Waftoa.
!>»♦ T w*T». If. 'lor-MMUI, ’luiivmt
B Mabel Taliaferro mue lllcmd Ac RoJ M
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SUNDAY, APRIL 16
Leave As hour and halt hauc from
5 a. m from Woodward Ava. Campau
Avt. stop.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 15. 1916.
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For I'letelanN, l'itt>bnrK h and all
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m. Farr to l lrtelanil. *2.2* i l'l|(«-
karab, an.mo.
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dap —« Irtflantl. 92 .V»| ranad trip for
iranepnrlallna. relarnlnt la finer fur
Saolaraa Maadar.
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raaaa. |IJ«.
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Wharf, IIT Waadward A*f. (Hajra»
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