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IN THE LOCAL PLAYHOUSES
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M
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UAXXI3 f AKKEIU
Quchlrr of Ainu Hrlil. «k" (•pllnr»
the Oppkrum Hill
pßi i —•—
owmrt >t
J Lianne Carrera, daughter of Anns
aHteld. will headline the Orpheum hill
l«xt week. Mia* Carfera made her
jtkut <*n the stag*- three year* «K"
it a miniature tnu«dcal comedy in a
law York vaudeville theater bince
ihen ahe ha* gone steadily forward
ind It Is said bid* fair to rank with
Itr mother in charm and ability an
n ontertalner. She wa* born in
hranra and her father I* * South
imerlcan. She went to school In
r Paris, later in Germany and m re
•rentty in Bueno* Ayre* and In h*r
pecinlty recites a French version of
in American sons, ".loan of Arc."
rfcich "he herself wrote Miss Far*
era came back from war-torn
France only a few weeks ago and ts
amillar with conditions there. Be
mase her heart I* hound up with th*
Franch she is teaching her native
Htguage to soldiers and civilians
rhose business will rail them there
Free classes are to be held on the
h nhsum stage every morning at 1(<
fcWk. except Monday. She also will
' ••Id a recruiting rally in front of
| th* city hall. Tuesday morning at
10 o'clock, thru arrangement with
Phelpa, of the V. 8 army force*
bar*. There will be the uaunl num
bar of other acts on the program and
la addition the Orpheum will inang
urate on Monday a seriea ©f diving
eontosts for local amateurs. A huge
tank has been built Into the stage
• and the contests will be held at evrrv
performance with beautiful trophies
and prises for the winners, the audl*
•nee selecting them. The picture
’feature for the week will be Charles
Bay In "The Clodhopper."
F
jr Charles Ray In "Ths flodhopper"
!• tho feature film for the Orpheum
acreen next week. The story Is based
on a suggestion recently made by
Irvin 8. Cobb, that one must develop
aomathing aew in New York to
achieve prominence. In the play Ray
aaa a role that is distinctly s type
Attired in a ault which his mother
purchased from a mall order house
m goes to New York from a New
■ampshire village wMth the determin
ation to be a "somebody.” He sees
flatslde a theater an ndvertisment
p»r a Janitor and stumbles thru the
pSigg* door. A frensled individual
Directing a chorus of beauties spies
ijJplj|jß| . a
' 99p- •'
'■_* IRVA\T WtSlim H\
‘ HMrtarr'l •* MtrlMlr ll* In Najftilr
Fop. Mata. Tuea., m Week July 2
Thura. A Sat. lllillKßLaK NightsAWed Mat
29c and 50c 250-50c-75c
July 4th Afternoon Special Matinee
Bth Annual Season—Bth Week
THE BONSTELLE
COMPANY
IN A DRAMATIZATION OF
THE EDNA FEHBER STORIES
“OUR MRS. McCHESNEY”
A Human Oocument,
Punctuated With Humor and Bualneaa Romance
lrt/ TOOAY—Matimee TncT^gh^^
(MAJESTIC
* * WOODWARD AT WILLIS]
VRRK aTAItTIXi II ADU MATHRR, Jl l.k I.
taa. *n4 Wr4. (Jalr 4tki rtattaanw 3 »• II p. m. Dallr 2. 7 A *i* m.
A Special Fourth of July Week Attraction
Bryant Washburn
In i Powerful, Timely and Appealing Patriotic Comedy Drama
THE MAN WHO WAS AFRAID
Prom tho Great Saturday Evening Poet Story
SUMMER PRICES, June 17 to Sept. 2—Evening*, Sun- Ag
days and Holidays—All Seat* (except Amo boxes)
MB*.
:■
. V i
In new screen ru»e*> in Orghrwm
1
him and Instantly exults with the
impact of Inspiration The clodhop
per Is a type H< Is told t" dam*
Hav dance*. not like P*\.owa or I
GatiV but in hi« wn peculiar fashion
They call it “The Fludh. p ’ and it
cr-nt*** n sensation <*n the first j
night. Thus 'The flodhopper." who
was a failure in his own town be
comes a celebrity in l>>h*t*r-i*q
TIIMI’I.K
A yours Aincrnan prim* donnw.
Belle Story, will top the Temple bill
next week. M Story last season
wa >• prim* donna of the New »« rk
hlpp* i.roine re\u*. Hip Hip. H ">*
ray' and previous to that sne was
th» fentur»d songbird with Montgom
ery and Stone in '’bln *h n. “*■
(lire appearing in "I'hin Fhin Miss
dtorv sang for about three vear* in
vaiidr-ydie where her beautiful voice
and attractive personal ty won her a
great follow ing -■< nd feature oT
the program will oe the Anglo-1 a
rlsian a tre-s Madam* Besson, aup
p rA-d b% Hairy Meet and company
In s new comedy drama by \ ictor
Smalley entitled "The Woman \% ho
Knows 1 It Is said to be an ad
mirable vehicle w ith * cleverness t hat
would do credit to G Bernard Shaw.
Madame Besson is an “tress 01 re
pute both in London and Tan# in
sir h roles as "Zara and *t amilb
Other numbers noted Al •»>*>«*.
•The Binglnc Beauty and
assomated with Bob Matth-ws. The
['ream Garden." a musical novelty
presented by six prettv and talented
girls Kddie Farr trio In The oiffl, e
Bov " l'dward Marshall, cartoonist.
In ‘"Chalk.d< gy." Four Tansleya in a
novel athletic number. Vp and Tuck
In talk and action, and the S*ilg
world library via the M'oreoscope.
DETROIT OPKRA lint
The picture spectacle, loan the
Woman” In which Geraldine Farrar
the famous ©p*ra sta-. enact* the
leading role, will begin its third
week. Sundav. In the Detroit opera
bouse. Miss Farrar. In her interpre
tation of Joan, gives of the h*M of
her great talent, in portrayal. Not
alwa\* is she the soldier, In mood
and spirit. One of the best *■ *ne*
in the plav Is where, after the coro
nation In the p,helm* cathedral, she
leaves the king and goes to the en
trance of the great pile to gr»et
Vnrle Laxart. the brother of her
mother. After the stirring times In
• N,’?'
HP'
IP.Iv
> j JBnBK'
noir;LA* rußai\K«
PMnrllp Him
mu iTogr
I’opalar timer ea Temple Htll
l
I which sh" has been a factor of the
1 first Importance the tenderness of
‘the greeting r#<-ei\e<i by the old man
l» striking rt its path -s and homelt
nes* Another Instance is when, in
the flu.-h of her flrst ni< tory. she Is
surrounded hv a group of Oilcans
women and tnkes an infant in her
aim* And are others when
she cmies m contact wlih F.rlc
(Trent. ti“ F.nglishrnan. whose path
|ao frequently crosses her ow n RaV
, mond Hatton gives a good interpre
tation of Fharles VIT. the w enkling
; prince of France The screen pla\
; reveals none of the momentary re.
turns to *rd'nary manhood w Ith
which be has been cr* •! ted Hobart
Bosw .rth nils th< r, le f i’,*n'i-»!
TciHire. the famou- swashbuckling
foPuwer of J< an Tl -odt e It .her?*
is Caucbon the blab, p who**- name
stands for all that Is bn«e tVallaoe
, Field Is Fric Trent, the f.,uinun.l*r
I »t Fnrl.sh troof.* in th» earlier per
; ind*. Tully Marshall is I.THseleur, a
1 fanati. al m. nk. who assists >n the
: downfall of .loan and ’ater repudiates
**®r persecutors Pharles Flsrv is I.a-
Tremomlte •'.» false advser of
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MILESj
Bargain ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE g. n<l .,
Matinee* Detrr it'« Greatest Amusement Value Matinees
i©-soc Commencing Monday Mat., July 2 is-sa*-
f.liUlN Mini Ml A HFI.FN >El«n\ PH IAEA T
“A VAUDEVILLE » w ~»
‘ ...... LUNCHEON”
7-OTHER GREAT ACTS-7
TVVO MATINEES WEDNESDAY, JULY 4TH
Special Attraction for the “Bargain Matinees"
MsdiU > and Taeada» . Wednesday. Thnrwday. Friday
MARY MILES MINTER 1 JACKIE SAUNDERS
IN "PERIWINKLE” ! IN “A BIT OF KINDLING"
Night Pric«s-lSc-25c-35c | Daily
bATI RiIAV AND Mt NDAY, TWO. M lit. CONTINIOI'S, l*i*o Oil
noon* n»*r\ \T 12;.v0 %ni» ii.tn
RESERVeo AS USUAL PHONE MAIN 165igf£
COLISEUM
25- AM U SEM ENTS-25
JUST FOR FUN on THE BOARD WALK
Jefferson at Belle lale Bridge. Everything Under Cover
25 AMUSEMENTS FOR 25c HOLIDAYS, 50c
One Price Admits You to All!
FOR EVERY MEMBER EVERY SAT.. SUN. AND FOURTH
OF THE FAMILY NIGHT OF JULY AFTERNOONS
LYCEUM THEATRE
■■Continuous 11 a. m. to 11 p. m.. Starting; July Ist
Prices. Nights 25c and 50c. Mat., except Sat., Sun. and Holidays, 25c
HEROIC FRANCE
Our Allies in Action—Bis Military Spectacle
v
w—First Line Trenche*
I | Big Guns In Action.
| omt 0* 0* American Field Hospitals
J| 4 * Military Aeroplanes.
Germans Surrendering Under Firs.

Under Auspices of 31st Michigan Infantry
FAIR GROUNDS, SUN., JULY 1
Admission. Including Grandstand, *1.00; C hildren, 50c
10, 15. 25-Mile Match Races—3 P. M.
H OLDFIELDS!
DE PALMA
lU.fr*r4 nnS k«l ml llrkfll at rt*ar afor*.
mLr The Fairyland of Fun
Palace Gardens Amusement Park
N.«DiiPirt;iT ru ii< nr. im*e. At oironti m cabarft.
• t rr.ss Rinr.i, snows, *murni>u.
New Gigantic Star Ferris Wheel
DETROIT TIMES
WW ‘
f >» M
aa Wt&m

AH V
i
L■ ' /
«• i hai dink raanan
* amous opera singer whs hai the
lending role In ike tnntlew pletnre.
“.loan the M«a«n." la the Detroit
opera house
Fhsrle* VII. and there are many
other* In a cast remarkable for its
ability.
MILE*
The pretentious scenic novelty. “A
Vaudeville Luncheon. presented by
Kdwin Keougn. oaracter comedian
and »uthor. an i Helen Nelson n> of
vaudevillt’a brightest comediennes
will be the important featu-e on a
varied bill in the Miles theater next
week. Ke..urh's xersatitHy '*nge*
from portrayals of various i«hakes
pearean ,-liar». - t»rs to th» modern
modes . f entertainment, which in
clude* the 1 ate«t *y n ’ pat»d melodies
and a series of novelty dance* Miss
Nelson has a charming personality,
an excellent voice arid a number of
gorgeous gowns T -ree complete
= eis of scenery are required to atage
the product' n \nother notable of
fering will be that of Florence Ran
dall and companv who will present
a c-medy pla'let. Temperate Wo
man." written hv Miss Randall.
Other acts programmed are Harr ✓
R. «e eccentric comedian/ Gilmore
and Romanoff, novelty dancers, the
Fianoaong Four, harmony sin t-r* *nd
musicians, and Jacobs ad Sarlell,
acrt'batlc rotnlquea. Scr. n feature*
for the week include Mary Mllea
Minter in "Periwinkle" and Jackie
launders in "A Bit of Kindling.”
which productlona will be ih.'wn
from 1} N* to J NO o’clock dail' pre
ceding ths vaudeville Jul> fourth
matinees will be staged at 2 and 2 10
o'clock.
UtHRirK
■T>ur Mrs Mct'hesney.’* a dramati
sation of the amusing Kdna Ferber
stories will be the ottering In the
Garrick theater next week b\ le**ie
Ronatelle and comt>any In Fmma
M..V,'he»ne>- Mlaa Fer >er created a
character that la t> pi< al of American
womanhood •—a successful business
woman. >*t *Hva>a » arning f >r the
comforta of borne Mrs McFhe*ne\
has bad to make her own way and is
endeavoring to send her son Jack
thru college He interrupt* her pi vn
when be fall* In love with an act
ress. marries her and mao pulate*
one of hi* mother a checks Mrs
McFhesoev out* h m to work with
the Feathe-1,. m Petticoat comranv
and ser I* hi* wif* away to school
The pi*' opens in a hotel m aian
duakv. O and is rich In humorous
types Ip this scene Disaster seems
about to overtake th» f ‘ whan If fa
MoFhearev by hard work places it on
a solid basis and w ns not only sub
stantial business success but a life
partner in T V Hu*k Mr G'les will
b» seen a* “T. A " and the rest of
the companv will have good oppor
tunities in the t arious roles.
%l tJF.aTIF
Bryant M'ashburn in "The Man
Who Was w 11 he the Fourth
of July *i*'i attraction in th* Ms
Jesti. theater The ph toplas is
described as a pafr.ct:. and tlme|\
picture dealing w th recent event*
and Is htse.l on a «t r> b\ Nt*e\
Brecht Pulitr whic- recently appear
ed In the Saturday Evening Post
"The Man T\ h V' »s Afra and" « the
storv of veung Benton Flune who 's
not a coward a' heart, but Is th*
victim • f over-zealous love on the
part .;f his oiother When the presi
dent's call to arr-«. rres Flune *
regiment In the national ruard Jov
ouslv prepare;*. Mr\ (’lnn* ratter.
m"v,'v!k tfmdi it
I LIYIi LC '-.v.”-
av.--l.v- " m w ™ liubrr
H, A REAL AMERICAN PRIM A DONNA .[P
RellTSTor? !i
VAUDEVILLE S FAVORITE SONG BIRD
1 MADAME BESSON !
In "THE WOMAN W HO KNOWS”
A ( om<«I t-llnmn h. V letor i
AL. SHAYNE |1
"THE RRUTV*
THE DREAM GARDEN EDDIE CARR TRIO j
I U»rfit) Ilrl. In mnlnl noifli; In -11, Os Are Ho»"
EDWARD MARSHALL "7 i\nq iv x < 7 !
fhalkalowlat * JA>SL fc 1 S I
— I
MOOREOSCOPE NIP AND TUCK
XADISON
w BiwftDWAYt>twiio emeus’ PARn 1 ...
All Next Week, Starting Tomorrow, 12 Noon to 11 P M.
EARLE WILLIAMS -a
DOROTHY KELLEY in
“THE MAELSTROM”
SPECIAL ADDED FKATI'RES
THE LOVE PHILTER OF IKEY SCHOEN3TEIN
One of the Beat O. Henry Storlea
OVERTURE PATHE WEEKLY
THE EVOLUTION OF DIXIE ETHEL RUST MELLOR
HAROLD JARVIS sings:
Washington
** • • s 'if * *
2nd and Last Week
Douglas Fairbanks
IN HIS LATEST SURE FIRE HIT
“ WILD AND WOOLLY”
Never before has the athletic idol of the screen had such opportuni.
ties to disclose a wealth of rib tickling incidents and daredevil feats.
THE HIT OF DETROIT II An
EMMONS & COLVIN I _ _ _
BINQ GEO. M. COHEN'S LJ
“OVER THtRE” || L f:.. r ‘ enry °
m\M»F.K*. ILUr. IVWIWBI mm 4 WOMBAT*, II ——>
AVENUE
HOME OF BURLESQUE
Week l iimntrnrlni *ander Me finer. July 1.
Irssrlaa Amumuml Ca. rreeent*
The Parisian Models
BURLESQUERS
WITH MAMMOTH STAR ( AST
IN GAY MANHATTAN I A TRIP TO ALASKA
a Rr*«4w*r Mnalenl Sntlre Wltk Heeullf.il tretie, 4 rtletlr
In Three Seenee. | Aetlon.
24 CUTEST AND BEST C HORUS BEAUTIES—24
Hnr«nitf. hmdu mmit
« georgk katsonaros
tea Ptnlak, >e Time Limit.
redar—OatAtHANll Kil TI r.«, «m«k* If Vee Like
M« terror stricken and *he IkWucea
Benton tu Ml» l'r»n.l
him a* a and the be
love* spurn* him. lad*r»tnH u)r th*
taunt* from all aid**. I'lun*’* tnan
h ■ >d ftnall- assart* itnalf ami ha d*-
tin* hi* 11 . ther and hasten* to the
fr -nt If >m«- r.alirtlc battle a*-en.-a
jnunf H-ntort redeem* hi* honor ami
hi* MM* Tin- picture l* aald to ha
ram.rkaMn fbr th- staging of the
big « '>ii« utid there aia man\ thrill
in* moment.*. s<>ma of tha action
«ai participated In h\ I.O'C of tha
mtlUa-\ student* at port Sheridan.
11l \ patriotic program of film an.l
mu*l< 'l frilur'« will -urround "Tha
Man Who Wo tfr.i.' an 1 ll»nrv
Santr* » will ofT-r noma new sotnrV
Wednca.tay. -f»*lv I p-«rf. t cance* will (
ha continuous from " to M o'clock.
w tnintv.
"Tha MtaUtrom a romantic d*-
tai-tli a stnry. with Karla William*
and Dorothy Kally in tha leading
rola* will ha *aan «'n tha Madlaon
•oraan. natt weak. From tha nio_-_|
mant wh*n an idla N’a* 1 ork
man I* arcuated on the *tre-t ona
.lark, fmcv night. hv a voting girt,
who thru*!* a i ka*a into hi* hand.-,
commanding him to taka It and run.
the action I* hoth thrilling i»nd m>*.
tarlou*. William* find* In tha char
a t*r o' Jtinmia tlallat tha nian of
wealth. a part that ault* hi* I'tlrt
convincin* atyla .-f a> tins Mi«*
Kallav make* an admirable foil in
tha part of a young at 1r 1 who ha* h"r
thrown Into tha ma"l.*trom «*f tha
undarworld than a fal»a ma.rn«.
with a criminal, a atap *ha took to
*«v* har htothar from e*pc*f>ur*. At
length tha nivatarx t* claarad *wh'
and N»» York » moat daaparata hand
>f criminal* 1* i in to earth Th -
*a!tant h-ro laarn* that fh# pretty
littla woman ha hv* h»-*n protect ng
ta fraa to accept tha love that It.
h.'fn davajop n* In hi* heart and *o
■til th« crime. niv»t»-rj and thrilling
adventure ctilminatea In a betrothal
Th* week’* added attraction* Include
hand-colored pictures. the v .rlrt «
latent new* and -i n* w c«>m*d' R'h»l
fluat-Mellor will *lng The Madtaon
concert orchestra. under the dir»c
tion of RHuard Werner, will p!*>
"Th* Evolution of IllV.a' 1 aa the
weak * patriotic overt ir* The rr.uat
cal mattna..*, featuring Harold .!*r\ •
will he held aa uaiial Monday. Wed
ne*da> and Friday
SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917.
Ttii World's Greatest Vaudeville and Mo'ion Pictures
W HI.K RfikTIUMl NUMMt HUIM K, Jl IV J
MEjacaaMijS]
i tin
I Come Any Time JwXal fa g|'ll T I ] I EVERY OAY
See It All 1:00 to 11:00 p.tn.
LEADINQ VAUDEVILLE FEATURES:
Detroit Amateu r
Special ■ m Prize Conteatt
Local niVFPQ -t Every
Attraction ■ w Performance
Thoaa Wishing to Enter Apply at Ho* Office
AnnaHelo'S
STUNNING DAUGHTER
J 3»P[)
MISS CARRERA will con
duet, without charge, French
for recruits and ctul
mna dnllj at 11 a m. on th»*
Orphcum atage. fr.ti hlng atm
p|F phnifc* needed abroad
Leading Picture Attraction:
v Sm
V y .
v *ir
a DETROIT
LAST WEEK
i < Ccraldinc'^si”
Ftirrar
of It
^ ail
Continuous 1 to 11 i' U-
WAYNE G#RDENS
w m m m Third Street
OVERLOOKING DETROIT RIVER
OPENING ISrocK
A VII mm Mf.HT, IV 1.l IIIYG HI Ml A T
SELECTED SEA FOODS,
LAKE SUPERIOR WHITEFISH, FROGS,
CHICKEN, FRESH VEGETABLES.
SERVED ROAD HOUSE STYLE—A LA CARTE
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
REFINED CABARET AT 8:30
irtr.itY m(.ht, rmcmv. tmitn
CRI ZET’S DANCING ORCHESTRA
AND ALABAMA JASS BAND
LIBERTY BOND TRIO.
MACK. COOK AND MILLER.
BURNS SISTERS—SINGERS AND DANCERS
~ m - »»•»*• HOI Kl. 4 AUII I *l
CADILLAC
Rtal Burlesque
nr.RK STARTTVf* lI'MDAT—MATIV F.F. RVF.ItV DAY
Rah! Rah! Rah!
The Patriotic Girls
EXTRAI \ ELSIE EXTRA!
LA BERCERE-
AND HEW POSING DOCS
TOim-THK (OIAItHI. BKLV.B*
Lianne Carrera
The French Beauty
A amallar edition of Anna Held aa
aha wh* ,’.i yearn *«>> with the *am*
"naußhtv ey«-a. full lip* beauty and
K'ac*-.
OTHER SPLENDID ACTS
Shewing at 3 6.30 and 9 p. m.
Extra Vaudeville Mats. Wed. July 4
STARTIN', at 3:00 and •» 30.
MISS CARRERA will addreaa a
meeting for recruit* in front of tho
City Hall n» 1«> n m Tueeday. She
will tiing Franre’a n itionnl anthem
*nd ha pronu -• and to kias all who
volunteer for service.
Thoa 1!. Ince Preaents Ilia Boy S'ar
Chas. Ray
In a Breezy Comedy of Broadway
and Bumpkin*Ulc
‘The Clodhopper’
Introducing "The Clodhopper Glide**
Show ing at 2 00, 4:30, K:ou and 10.15.

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