Miles Theatre, Detroit, Michigan - April 29, 1918

Miles Theatre program featuring Mary Miles Minter
Miles Theatre

Detroit's Greatest Amusement Value


Miles Theatre program for April 29, 1918

COMING
Week of May 6
A SPRING BOUQUET OF VAUDEVILLE NOVELTIES

HEADED BY THE CELEBRATED DRAMATIC ACTOR
FRANK MAYNE
And associate players in the Sensational Dramatic Production
"THIRD DEGREE"

GRACE GIBSON
The Welsh Comedienne

Larimer Hudson Troupe
Cycling Wonders

THREE OTHER GREAT ACTS

SAME PRICES
15c. - 25c. - 35c.

MILES THEATRE
DETROIT
GUS S. GREENING, Manager

Presenting at all times the greatest amusement value in Detroit, paying particular attention to the entertainment, comfort and convenience of lades and children.

TIMES OF PERFORMANCES.
3 - Three Vaucefille Shows Daily - 3
3.00 - 7.15 - 9.30

Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays
Continuous - 1 to 11

First-run Fox Photoplays are shown preceding and after the vaudeville matinee and between the evening shows at 1 - 4 - 8.30

Seats Reserved every day, except Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.

Season Orders may be obtained by entering your name at the Box Office. Patrons when unable to attend are requested to notify the Box Office  of such inability at least one hour before the beginning of the performance.

Complaints - the management will thoroughly welcome at any time any criticism from patrons of the conduct of employes (sic) of this theater. It is our intention to be courteous and attentive to patrons at all times.

Physicians or other who anticipate phone calls during a performance should leave the numbers of their seats at the Box Office.

Articles Lost of Found - Articles found in this theater should be left at the Box Office.

Exits - all are plainly marked by red lights, kept constantly burning during every performance.

Retiring Rooms - Ladies retiring room to the left of Foyer as you enter. Gentlemen's room at the right of foyer in basement.

Public Telephone in the ladies' rest room, to the left as you enter.

If You Like the Act Applaud.


Miles Theatre program for April 29, 1918

LADIES
DeSAULIER'S is the most competent place for Hemstiching, and Picot Edging
24 Years Experience
Now 239 Woodward Ave. corner Clifford
ANNIS FUR BUILDING
Main 2495

PROGRAM
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1918

OVERTURE

Overture - Jubilee &ldots;..  Bach

MILES THEATRE ORCHESTRA
MR. WILLIAM A. BOOS, Director

PROGRAM PUBLISHED BY MILES-DETROIT THEATRE CO.
Miles Theatre Building.  Telephone, Main 165

Pepple and Greenwald's 1918 Edition of the 
ALL GIRL REVUE
A Seething Blast of Frivolty in Nine Scenes
Arranged and Produced Under the Personal Direction of T. Dwight Pepple
Dance Numbers by Jerry Mills     Musical Director, Mabel Cripe

SCENE ONE
Prologue
Trumpets &ldots;.. McNeal and Maye
Introductory &ldots;.. Evelyn Wilson

SCENE TWO
YE OLD TIME MINSTRELS

Interlocutor - Adele Jason
Ends - Izetta and Coy DeTrickey
1.Opening Overture &ldots;.. Company
2.Strutters' Ball &ldots;.. Izetta
3.Mother, Dixie and You &ldots;.. Adele Jason
4.Floating on the Henry Clay &ldots;.. Coy De Trickey
5.Minstrel Parade &ldots;.. Izetta and Company

Program continued on Page 9.

Star Pianos used exclusively in this Theatre. Salesroom, 110 Broadway

American Double Service Tire Co.
809 Woodward Avenue
Kelly-Springfield, Firestone and Ajax Tires
Retreading - Double Treads - Vulcanizing
Used Tires.
Grand 184
W.P. Ahern     E.R. Ahren


Miles Theatre program for April 29, 1918 featuring Gladys Brockwell in "Her One Mistake".

COMING NEXT WEEK
STARTING MONDAY, MAY 6th
The Girl With a Thousand Expressions

GLADYS BROCKWELL
IN THE STARTLING PHOTO-PLAY
"HER ONE MISTAKE"

A PLAY WITH
Punch - Pep - Romance

GLADYS BROCKWELL
DIRECTION WILLIAM FOX

Miss Glayds (sic) Brockwell has a surprise in store for her friends in this rapid-fire crook picture. She plays a dual role, something not new to her of course, but here her friends will see her entirely changed in one characterization. She does this simply by "making up" her nose. The play itself is a thrilling story of a poor girl and a rich girl both fooled by a crook. Together they finally bring him to a just end.


Miles Theatre program for April 29, 1918

BE PATRIOTIC
BUY WAR SAVING STAMPS
WE SELL THEM.     APPLY AT THE BOX OFFICE.

SCENE THREE
Everybody's Favorite
EVELYN WILSON
Pocket Edition of Vesta Tilley

SCENE FOUR
LOTTIE McNEAL
Solo Cornetist

Program Continued on Page 10
Star Pianos used exclusively in this Theatre.  Salesroom, 110 Broadway

EVERYWOMAN'S SHOP
A quality shop displaying extensive and select lines of slightly used and misfit women's wearing apparel, consisting of Coats, Suits, specializing Afternoon and Evening Gowns and Wraps -- also Furs.
All Sizes, and facilities to fit and alter to suit you.
45-46 Traugott Schmidt Building
Cherry 2247-J     213 Woodward Ave.

A Delightful Dinner at the Hotel Griswold Cafeteria
Before the show adds greatly to the evening's entertainment.
Concerts by Ben Shook's Famous Orchestra -- 12 to 2 -- 6 to 8.
Roast Fowl Every Sunday 12:30 to 2 -- 5 to 8.
A Real Breakfast to 6:30 -- Sundays at 7:30
Moderate Prices


Miles Theatre program for April 29, 1918

The Sweetest Story Ever Told is Old, Yet Ever New
OUR CONFECTIONARY
is always fresh, always delicious. Why not take a box of our dainty sweets to the sweetest girl in the world, whether she be mother, daughter, friend, wife or sweetheart?

REGENT SWEET SHOP, 1558 Woodward Avenue
Corner of Grand Boulevard

SCENE FIVE
AN EVENING IN THE ORIENT

Rajah &ldots;.. Izetta
Queen &ldots;.. Adele Jason
Servant &ldots;.. Virginia Maye
Page &ldots;.. Dorothy Belmont
Dinozad &ldots;.. Elenore Van Noak

Girls of the Harem:
Betty Lloyd, Fay Allen, Esther Groh, Hazel Forsche, Gertrude Evans and Beatrice Wilson

Program continued on Page 11.
Starr (sic) Piano used exclusively in this theatre. Salesroom 110 Broadway

Lane Bryant
Presents New and Interesting Arrivals in
SMART SUITS FOR STOUT WOMEN

$25.95     $44.75     $57.50

Lane Bryant clothes are in a class by themselves - they are scientifically fashioned from patented specifications, substituting long, clinging beautiful lines for the less attractive curves.

Mourning Apparel to Fit Women of All Sizes

Lane Bryant
Second Floor     Washington Arcade
255 Woodward Avenue


Miles Theatre program for April 29, 1918

Striker's Café     AFTER THE SHOW
MOST POPULAR CAFE FROM COAST TO COAST
Noted for our moderate prices, good service and best of foodstuffs.

SPECIAL MUSIC
Layfayette and Shelby

SCENE SIX
COY DeTRICKEY

The Cinnamon Girl
Some Spice But Not All Spice

SCENE SEVEN
THE UP-TO-NOW GOWN SHOP

Shop Manager &ldots;.. Lottie McNeal
Customers &ldots;.. Misses Lloyd and Collins
Window Models &ldots;.. Misses Belmont and Halana
Store Models &ldots;.. Fay Allen, Bee Wilson, Ester Groh and Hazel Forsche
Looking for his Ideal of a Girl &ldots;.. Adele Jason
The Girl &ldots;.. Beatrice Wilson
Costumes for this scene designed by Dallas Romans, made by the "Up to Now" Co., Mentor Bldg., Chicago

Program Continued on Page 12

Star Pianos used exclusively in this Theatre. Salesroom, 110 Broadway

COMING
RITA JOLIVET
SURVIVOR OF THE LUSITANIA, IN
"LEST WE FORGET"
A TREMENDOUS WAR SPECTABLE

SEE SENSATIONAL SINKING OF THE LUSITANIA

FIRST TIME SHOWN IN DETROIT
AND SIX SPLENDID VAUDEVILLE FEATURES


Miles Theatre program for April 29, 1918

A Good Meal at Moderate Prices
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
The Chanticleer Lunch
(Next to P.J. Schmidt's Shoe Store)
36 MICHIGAN AVENUE
Our splendid new Serve-Self (with tables and linen) offers you an opportunity to buy the highest quality food at the lowest possible prices. TRY IT ONCE.
JUST A FEW STEPS FROM THIS THEATRE

SCENE EIGHT
The "Pep" Girls
MORETTE SISTERS
Singers, Dancers and Musicians.

SCENE NINE
A NIGHT A MAXIMS

1.Opening Dance &ldots; Misses Allen and Lloyd
2.Temptation Girl &ldots;.. Evelyn Wilson
3.The Jass Dance &ldots;.. Lillian Morette and Chorus
4.Medley of Songs &ldots;.. Adele Jason
5.Lonesome Baby &ldots;.. Annette Morette and Chorus
6.Accordionist De Luxe &ldots;.. Izette
7.The Call of the Nations.
Bugler, Virginia Maye

Program continued on Page 13.
Star Pianos used exclusively in this Theatre.  Salesroom, 110 Broadway

WHEN IN DOUBT CONSULT
Metropolitan Detective Agency, Inc.
FIFTH FLOOR BREITMEYER BUILDING
Phones: CAD. 6673; Cherry 2145     Nights after 10 p.m., North 5918
RELIABLE     CONFIDENTIAL     EFFICIENT

The Chinese Tea Garden
A new and most original Oriental Restaurant in Detroit.
Catering to after-theatre parties, also serving American and Chinese dishes, prepared from purest food.
Special Noonday Luncheon, 50c
Cadillac 2902     242 Woodward
Next Door to Woodward Arcade


Miles Theatre program for April 29, 1918

THE CROSS LAUNDRY
127-129-131 East Elizabeth St.
Downtown Office
102 Randolph Street, near County Bldg.
High Grade     Phone Main 749

British, Fay Allen; Russia, hope Linville; Japan Esther Groh; 
Italy, Gertrude Evans; Belgium, Beatrice Wilson
France, Betty Lloyd
"Our Glorious Land," Liberty, Adele Jason.
"Spirit of '76" &ldots;.. The Misses Morette Sisters and McNeal
Negro Character &ldots;.. Coy De Trickey
Soldier, Dorothy Belmont. Sailor, Edna Von noak.
"America, I Love You," Adele Jason.
The Flag, Elinore Von Noak.   Red Cross Nurse, Anna Wilson
Toast - Evelyn Wilson.

8.Finale - "Star Spangled Banner" &ldots;.. Company
Izetta as Uncle Sam

Program continued on Page 14

Star Pianos used exclusively in this Theatre. Salesroom, 110 Broadway

THE STAR PHONOGRAPH SETTLES
THE RECORD QUESTION

Choose your records whenever and wherever you will, so long as they are discs, the changeable tone arm and stylus of the STARR will play them - and more than that, will reveal the hidden beauty of tone, which can be brought out only by the STARR.

THE STARR PIANO CO.
Manufacturers
Main 5980     110 Broadway

This Style, $125


Miles Theatre program for April 29, 1918

MICHIGAN'S LARGEST STOCK
Berry's RUGS
169 MICHIGAN AVE.
LOWEST CASH PRICES

Scenery by the Sheppard Studio, Chicago.
Costumes (with exception of Gown Shop Scene) designed by T. Dwight Pepple, and made by "The Up to Now Co.," Chicago.

Fred Kuhlman &ldots;.. Manager
F. K. Marion &ldots;.. Stage Magager
Dan Mounse &ldots;.. Properties
Anna Willmette &ldots;..Wardrobe Mistress

SCREEN FEATURE
The Western Character Star
WILLIAM S. HART
in "THE TIGER MAN"
An absorbing narrative of the desert in the days of the gold rush.

Exit march - On the Road to Home, Sweet Home &ldots;.. Gumble

B.M. SCHNEIDER     F.P. SCHNEIDER
Now UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
PALLISTER BOWLING ALLEYS
1640 WOODWARD AVENUE
Special Afternoons for Ladies
Market 6257 for Reservations
Not Only a Pastime, But Good Exercise

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A sanitry wash to restore gray, faded or bleached hair to is original color. Also eliminates dandruff.  Call, write or phone for a bottle.
GLORIA CHEMICAL CO.
Phone Grand 746     61 Garfield Ave.
We also treat your hair at our beauty parlors, which are in conjunction with our laboratories.

THE CHAS. F. MAY CO., PRINTERS, DETROIT.


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