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EVENING LEDOER PHILADELPHIA", 8ATTJBDAY, APHID 24, 1915;
WEXT WEEK : "BLUE BIRD," LYRIC; RUDOLPH CHRISTIANS' GERMAN REPERTORY
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., IT new
HATBVEU Ihe dubious incrlu of liio
came to the Broad Mondav nlKht, Iho
management Is a model of modern Mio.
atrtcal business methods Turning from
BtaBlnp muslral revues to producing farm
on his own hook. Ned Wayburn sot to
Bether as good a cast as ho tould find,
ibbught excellent stage settings and drilled
all his principals Into knowing not only
ithelr lines but Just what they wanted to
Moreover, he condiuted the nulilkity
end of the undertaking hs if he had boiiii"
;thlng legitimate to tell and was icadv 10
put himself on the same basis us nnv
merchandiser His advertising has been
a model of effectiveness When ho found
the reviews on Tuesday didn t give tin-
pltce the unstinted prulsc he might havo
liked, he von wisel took lai go-sized ml".
and tried to conMnce the leaders In that
way that he had something the wanted
to sec Not too mam experienced man
agers conduct their affairs as sanclv nnd
gensibly, new pioducers, almost never
Who would want to write nn tiling nut
good of a plav with a press agent who
could compose the following.
NED WAVBLTtN (M. D.
Broml Pt Theatre
Hours Wed A Snt Afternoons 2 SO
Weekdaj. Bvenlnis S Srt.
Take one Jltnev to
BHCUn STIlEnT THEATHE
Take one feat, tno cars, two cea and
One bottle of liniment to rut) on Hides
In th mornlnss
ft rn l II , after dlnne.' eath iepkdn.
2 .",0 V M after lunchern, Wednesday
You'll shako well before leaving.
NED WAVIIL'RN". M. D.
SHE'S IN AOA1N
Mr. Wayburn la welcome.
There was one mistake, however, In the,
production of 'She's In Again." That mis
take accounts for the failure of tho fnrco
,ua whole to live up to the standard1) of
.swirt amusement which It meets success
fully in the last act To Juggle tin tho
proverbs. Too many hands make leas
5 Look out for the pleco with six fathers
t Is almost on Invariable rule in tho
p theatre. Between the oilginal author
' and the. translators, adaptors and re-
.tvriters, all individual essence seems to
go out of a piece It was Just that way
With "She's In Again " ".Ma Tanto
d'Honflcur" was probably a er b.n
jRacterlstlc French, farre What It bn.nne
twvit nuaiicu iir r.liKiuini if nerup i nit'
two translators is difficult nnd hnmr.
to think. It was enterprising in Mi
Wayburn to hire Thomas iire to put
American spirit into it Hut it nouM
:;hae been wiser to ha' e let a mnu
I writer of farce, such as .Mr Ilrnndhutft
Hr, Post MISS Mlln Ol 'en onie
Iesser light of Uroadwax make lin !
jher own erslon direct from the French
pLast Monday eenlng would then ha
Ixegistered distinct auccess for .Mr. Wny
Sburn's first enture.
Maeterlinck as a theatrical success
It Is to laugh' And also to rejoice
oklng at the press agent's list of ''The
Blue Bird's" visits Is a pleasant busl-
The CORTISSOZ School
1520 Chestnut Street
Dell Phone. Locust .11112
'his school vvaa tha first to meet the popular
wnq lor a mcKieraio.prirp pruais lson '
iQw tha DUbllc wunta Dractica combtniitl uuh
Instruction on tha atyla of a Daniani
wyrhla School w now introduce tho Daman' ,
laaturta, Including refreshment and auurei im '
Ipatrona Instruction In the itepi the people are
'actually dancing, tncludlne New York's latest
The Peabody One-Step
$5 FOR 12 LESSONS
Thla ticket can b used bv yourself, nr vn,,.
faelf and partner, or you can bring a party of I
, friends lth it on MONDAV WEDNESDAY '
;janci FJIJDAV Afternoons from to tl onock
iveiungs irom u to li ociock.
IMK i. MRS II D WAGNEII. ITHll N (l,,i
U R!f.u.ce4 Private & Class r,,1'80"
Clasa Kves . Mon AV Thurs Phone, nia filk
Columbia p Club Dance, Tuee Ey? , Apr 2T
EE uaKe waiK i-oniest ""
a fiUIRTWAIST DANCH NEaCT BAT. Kvn I
EBoxford K-Co.Emp, Dance, Fri, Eva.Apr. 30 1
,Tell -Jitaey4 driver. "Wagner," lie Knows
iOCMfC ACADEMY I
Zr!1 . Broad 4 Porter Bis.
rONlGHT 40 DANCES
Jungherr's Celebrated Orch.
AKMBRUBTER'8 PARISIAN CAItDEN
Prlvata ajiiS One Instruction. New Clasa
tnsms. isociasie tteanasoav. Asstmbly
aturday. HAT, MAT 1BT UXT HOP.
aS KEITH'S THEATRE BALLROOM.
OIMJfJSHB CLtABB vycUNEBUAV BVO.
allroom can be rented Private lesions
CLOSING DANrE TONIGHT JH -T
C ElnVflPD CARPENTER SrllUi
ccta ii tea j-'aiiy ah bum ner
'isina tae ten larest
SCHOOLS Attn COIXEOEH
IS LKiOhaStim(iirDliv, Bkkcr,
tic,. pon If the last of It does sound
lilu the great war.
One mr Now York, two 3,enrs ion
ilon, six months Toklo, one enr Paris,
one enr Heilln, onn cnr Pctrograd.
niio more big muslcnl shnw before tho
sson dle rinn more display of fem
inine lingerie and press agent eloquence.
This time the tlngulsitlc rcpresentntlxe
will do well to linger long over tho
rlinims of the rlioru for, when "To
night's tho .N'lcht ' una nited In New
York, the critics ill united in fulsome
etilnuy of tin, mmg Kngilsh girls who
"'V.'"0"!0'1 vA'T...' lrlJ" " .".'.hon, "T,"' '
night's the Night" arrives at the r,vrlt
Jlny :i, tho same young Indies will bo In
This musical version of the old fnrie.
"Pink Uomlnoci," has been stnged over
hero with nn nil-English cast of lust the
sort of plavers who understand this kind
of entertainment nnd who arr a little
short of employment Just now In war
r'.ddeu Ijindnn Tho New York i nst in
cluded Maurice Pnrkoa. George (iroi
smlth. .Inmes rHakeiey, Lnurl Do frece.
Iris Hooy. Pay Oompton. Hmmv Wehlen
and tho aforesaid chorus Mr Grnssmlth
has been forced to return to England to
complete business arrangements, but the
rest of the excellent cast Is Intact.
Wo nro not to get through the warm
months without a dramatic stock com
panv to keep the critics glued to their
chairs of a Mondav evening. The follow
ing week Till be the last of the regular
season nt the Walnut, then comes Wil
liam Ingersoll and his stock onmpan.'
Mr. Ingersoll is well remembered for bis
woik with tho Qrphrum 1'layeis. Mors
Philadelphia Is to have a light opera
stock company this summer nt Woodsldo
Park W. Nat Roystcr. who manages the
Uoyster and Dudley Opera fnmpanv In
Portland, Mb., when ho is not ro storing
round for "Peg o' My Heart," will super
intend the Woodsldo theatre A inm-
For Drnefiis at Lvrlc nnd Artdphl Theatres, Applj Cnx Olllco or Phone Walnut fiTfin tl" i,S
I in LAST Mat. Today 2:15 r. 1 1rnCH A HI ln " (3rc!,,?st
tyriCTIMETonlRhtat8:l.-i rAVEKSHAItl ..TTrAUK
ONE WEEK ONLY
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BEGINNING JIONDAY. .MAY 3 SKATS ON SALE TIIL'KSDAY
riio 111 ss. silt III. It I' I'rment
HIE IIIMK1S 0II.1 COMPANY
is- tiik iiAiNTibsr vsti Mtr
Willi i.ai m nt'
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U IIIK AI.I,-1:N(.I IMI ( nT AND I1IIIIN(. I, IM V I.IIII.V
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Ai''Tt:n mi n m i ron i i. vies tut,
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THE ll.l HDlK
400 &.ra $1.50
FORREST Last Mat. & Evg,
"Hello Broadway" mZmut-a
-NEXT WEEK SEATS SELUMi
Iahu) Grand Opera Co.
IN HEPERTOIRE; 100 PEOPLE) 20 STARS
"OLD MA8TER8 OP PHOTOORAPHT"
rr Exhibition of Orfrtoal Photcjraphs by
Lewis Carroll. I. O. 1IUI. Catnaroa aad Ktlth.
Tta rbotoarracbta Society of Philadelphia
1813 Eansom fit. Open Dally 9 A. JL to 9 P, iL
Witberspooa Hall, Tuea. Etj., April 2T, 1913.
Ho. Hal by
Giuseppe Boghetti Lyric Tenor
ritkus tl a it " ," W uherspoon Box ol
DUMONT'S 1""NTS MINSTRELS
UU"IUI" " UIH AND ARl'H STS
MATINEE TODAY. 10c attd iOo
1 Trocatlero & mai wa amta
pnn of 4a head'd from limn tn llmo lv
the stars of rdo'HR to bo rUed. will lm
ns'isted bv nn orchetia of 12 Hetwrrn
this and Slav 8 when tho sensnp lKlnn
Hi park will be thoioiighly overhauled
and put Into spring green
Ail All-star Dog Interview
Interviews enn be dtlllcult. Hvrn when
tho victims are those shrinking violets,
tho members of the dramatic, musical
and literary professions.
This one was difficult, anjwav
Tho first problem was Introdui tlons
Not for tho IntoiNlewrr. he hjd known
Hum, that ornament of tho Walnut's
i business nltho, cei since ho had llrnt
cnlled on the dog's owner. Mr. Wegefaitli.
Uum Is not nt nil bashful In coming for-
waid "Peg 0' My Heart's" canine It
Is one of the few advantages of being n
thoatricul rather than a plain reporter
that the word "canine" never comes un
der the vicious blue pencil of the courtly
city editor "Peg's" purps iiialte them
selves known, quite violently, at ceiy
performance up at tho Adelphlu.
Hut introducing the dogs to each other
that wus tho problem
Hum solved his side of the difficulty by
hopping up on his master's tvpewrltcr
rlcsk and posing nonchalantly just below
tho frame that Incloses his plettiie nnd
his hlstorx, wilt in Mr. Wegcfarth s agile
versi- Hut he really dldn'tneed to ron
fes. Ills vanitv "Pegs" purps lead their
own theatre's program, and there thi
can find the first stanza of the poem
which the Pennsvlvnnia S. P. f. A has
lies a llttte !.. with n tubby tall, and a
mnth-eatrn coat "f ton.
And hii lies are rhnrt, of tho uaubli ion. 1
doubt ii tlie eir ran.
And he linn la at nlcht, while In broad daj-
Itcht he sleeps lln n, Noomin' log.
And he lines the feed of the KuiLer breed h" o
a most irregular dog
Of course, nobodv worried much
whether "Pet" got Introduced or not
Pet Is the thing that tho reul dog In the
Adclphi play barked at becuuso he
thought It was a rabbit
Hut ' Michael" Michael Martin, named
like all the ' Peg" dogs after the lead
ing lady of tho company that's where
Wed. & Fri. :i : 1 Si
I MII1 I WHY V
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( ,iiim tij t tuft
J 11 nth 11(11 UrUjIUid
M U.SIC DANCES
nrMi.iirri r. mi k-vl rovmnv
vi nn i-ncnpR r n unvrrtr, . y.
SI VHUNbl fc.r lllll.-lm . 1
j iiviutrv viwM-n.-.
COMKIIY OP YOUTH
01 I Aff trio oj p-x
nalrony Oil I HJU ramiU CirU OllC
frP3 1 P
MONDAY EVG., AI'KIL 20. 8:15
VIOLIN RECITAL t
B-AMOna AMERICAN VIOLINIST
PniCES $10, $1, 75c and 50c
Tlckett at Heraa'a. 1119 Chaatnut St.
Little Theatre fcy. Apr s. 8. so p.m.
Hunter Welsh .VWS,
Hppa 11 l'J CUet
No Society Entertainment oaulte Vkuhout
Pama ha xiAa w PiratmiHj Pu, Wine
GEO E ROBERTS, JJ2I N 6ui St , Phil
fASlNfl lnt Btej 8i ri,luiy
tnJ",V' HAhfiN.,, Hl MIUW
tho tntrrvlewer lilt tho Knag Tor Ml
( Inel s mine rentlv ought tn he Hrldgrt.
Tho rest nf tlm afternoon passed In
j-Plntrfl rschnnges of stage reminiscences.
The two rnotlisht favorites from Iho
Adelplil thought Ihev wore going to lord
It all ovoi a mere manager's dog Hut be
forn thev got through talking about stngo
door Jnhnnlos 1hov Irarm-d thing or
two. num Is no olllco oinament. Hum
Ihm boon on tlm stage, Un hits, lots, lively
tlmn a bain nrd melodruni.i shows up,
ho puis himself down nu the property
list And on o In a while ho wanders
down the nitdo and lumps Into a scono
where he Isn't vvnnted. tint In the least.
Ami tliti ended the first all-star dog In
terview ever "pulled" In Philadelphia. Or
It would have If It hndn't boon for nn
nther clifllctiltv , If Puin hadn't happened
to he oft on a spilng bat, whlln what
ought to havo boon his vlsltois were
eomfortnhh snoozing on the Adelplil
stage. Ah for tho pi ess agent of "Peg"
who should he blamed for It nil, whether
It went through or failed he was over
In New York looking inund for summer
The Secret of "The Blue
Tho waning thottilcii sensnn offers no
more novel fr attire than the icturn of
"Tho Hfiie HIul" after n third tour of
tho entire, corntrj. vvhhh h.!? included a
roiirlh visit to Plltburgli, Huffaln, New
Yoik nnd Ho' ton
The I let that tins o.i illed literal v,
THEATRE CHESTNUT AM) TWELFTH STS.
THE BIG BLUE-RIBBON BILL !
AMERICA'S GREATEST SINGING COMEDIENNE
The Inimitable Vaudeville and Musical Comedy Star
Minns s i.t i.fpi n l.vrntTAiM.rt
i v ni i i i ioiri: or nut i niiji r char h i.niATiQNs
in.-r vi-i r vis ni-i: in:ur vs a 'i i vm
JAMES and BONNIE THORNTON
lvvoui. no: mh m.oi tic'iiu v v onn i: old timers
'Jill. ilVRVCLOl H IMl'I.RMI.N V I OR AMI MH'Al.lbJ'
vv n ii Tin: n irritAZZiN'i aoice and uononcn .s hovvns
till" I'lli'l LAlt I'HILADELPIIIA I OMEDIAN'
HARRY FERN & GO.
IMU.MIMIM. A 111 UC.HTKCt. COMEDY DRAMA. 'VETERANS"
HE MtST SKI. HI NEW
T-iTinr it -t
VYceK iviav od "spring fashion show
Mimva Hullv- Mdiln.ip i P M i3c nnd .10c Muhis 8 P M, 23o to Jl 00.
Se,it-i VIm.i ,i VV,'el, In rtanie 1111. Filbert Jlln, Kcjutuie, Race 21.10
nroa4 Rt ani Montgomery Ave.
I flKI II VIVOS N'llllir.lN'I.ER (len Srrr.
Bill lOtr. sosri J1EVI E
I nn t t i h nn Tiii iUoii t Cn
VVOItl Ii - HAMPION WALKER
PORTER .1. WHITE and CO.
A ! Ill llllng runma THE V1HITOH"
J.enn'H Moilrls; Miller & I.jiei Oorilon
,t MiIp I iillglilnc Slotlon I'lrtlires
Rally -2. IS "annO Qaala 10 Cenu
MARKET BT ABOVE J0TH
n. f II A M to 11 13 P M
olanlev w vnhl swlet & house
w "' ' rETBRS
In I Hi: AI'TIE '
MAT WEEK ANMVERSARV WEEK
lion Tuea ysl '!"' Havin in 1MOBE"
RECITAL and DANCE
WEST 1'JIILA. HOMEOPATHIO HOSPITAL
MISS ANNABELLE L. MacGILL
RITSS-CARLTON BALLROOM. APR. 26. J9I3
Card olAdmlsalOD 11.00 On Sale at Ryan's
Wlthcrapoon Hall, Wad Evg,. April 28. 1918.
AIHlt-UV.1. HElITAL HANS
I I J' '
TKl t 1 W 1
Ho IJtuJ slliat
WJtherspoon Box Ut
r1 ARDirlf ioi'tHt Wf Evgj at 8
WAIVIVAVV jiuis ioiUy and tl at
The Little Cafe wttUr a
fop- Me yedfid4y Xat. St Btt 4tW,
drnim provid to bo tho gteatest popular
Bticcess or tho New Theatre, with a run
of Iffl dnvp, was In itself a nurpriso. Hut
the fact lhat it has' survived n fourth
Reason "on tho road" In what lias been
accepted to be tho worst of nil iicnsons,
has proved for nil tlmo Its lasting quali
ties. Ordinarily n play would bo sent. In Its
fourth cnr, to "virgin territory" with
an Inferior imnpiiiiv nnd a much over
worked production, Hut hero Is a play
which, after a tour this winter of nil tlm
sniuller iities In the Pouth, was brought
Into Pt Louis, Knnsns f'ltv, Detroit nnd
t'lexpland and other big cities.
Tho secret, peihaps, Is tho fact that
there bns never been a No. 2 f'ompanv.
lustcnd, the piny has nlvvnvn been pre
sented by tho pnmn mgnnlrntlnn. From
time to llino there havo been changes in
tho cast, nnd tho old ptoductlnn, however
beautiful. Ins been renovated or cut In
plnce to moot the exigencies of travel.
Hut the life of tho company, its esplrlt
do corps, lias mado It Ilvo on. Doro Da
ldon, well remcmheiod an Palher Time,
continues to bo Mngn mnnater lilhel
Hrandon. who cicnted Jlother Lovo nt
The New Theatre, 1 cumins with her fa
vorlto plav vWth seven other membera of
tho original cast, who glvo to all new
comers tho traditions of the company.
Tho children, alas, have tn grow up, nnd
thero havo been at least tlneo generations
of Myitles and Tvltvls, and somo havo
grown up fioni being I.lttlo Happinesses
to helng Hour niils, and somo even have
nsplred to small lending parts, for e
nmple, Isancllo LoPago, who now plnvs
the symbolic part nf "Milk." nnd Dor
othy Cliev, who plays the Happiness of
I would have tho actors tongue sym
pathize with lils eves Addison.
ROUT. DE MONT TRIO
LATEST CREATIONS or THE MODISTES' ART
worn m i;o iiEvi nn t models
LAt'OH-i-ELI. MR. A. TELL
nnl MISS IDA LAUGH tvero
marrlwl at the
BROAD STREET THEATRE
by Ned Wayburn, M F tMlnlster
of Fun), last Monday evenlnir
At Home lllia afternoon and to.
night, and every evenlnf and
Wednesday and Saturday aftrr
noonn of next week. When call
Iijb just say
"SHE'S IN AGAIN"
I'rkea Evenlugk and baiuriljy
Matinee. &0c to 1 SO Wednesday
Matinee, beat wit, illKI
MARKET AND JUNIPER STS.
DAILY ...2:30 -In . ifc. nKn
8 .30 JSc, 25c', 60s
MOST HEMARKABLK FILM L'VER
CHOIR ORCHESTRA ORGAN
OWINCJ to VNPRECEPENTED CROWDS
3.SHOWS TODAY, 230, 7 & 0
THE NCW WKHK
lA'JtlC "Tho Bluo Dlrd," with mnnv of tho familiar cast. Maeterlinck's fal
tnlo ntlegory. back for ono moro Visit In Philadelphia. Tho piece rema .
an entertainment quite ns pleasant for grown-ups as for children Tho nrlJ
will bo on a $150 wale, nnd special matinees on Wednesday and Pridiu '.J
.1 .10, with tho prices nt tl One week onlv aay nt
AMKMCAX (leimnn repertory from tho Irving Place Thenlrc, New York with
Rudolph Christians as director nnd principal plavcr All performances Vi
rept Friday evening nnd Satuidnv afternoon will be given over to a Jnuileal
comedy of tho great war, "Immer Fcsto Druff," now popular In Berlin, prt.
day ovcnlng brings "Flachsmnnn nls Hrzleher," a comedv of unusualiy flna
fibre, dealing with schooling In (lermnny. For the Saturday mntlnen comes
tho original German farce from which "The High Cort of Loving" was taken
"Din Bpanlscho Fllegc." Ono week only.
FORtlEST Tho San Carlo Opctn Company In a week of grand opera, after the
stnndards displayed In Its engagement nt tho Onrrlck. For tho repertory and
rapis sen music ucparimeiii
XVAl.XVT "Tho Shepherd of Iho Hills." A second visit from the dramatization
of Harold Hell Wright's novel. Tho plot Is nlrendv familiar to the many
reidera of the book
AUri.PItt "Peg o" Mv Heart," with an
ocoUent cast. Hartley Manners' pop
ular and amusing comedy of tho Im
petuous young Irish girl nnd what sho
does to a sctlato English family. First
BHOAD "Slio'a In Again," nn American
oislon, via England, of "Ma Tnnto
llonfleur," n. French farco bv Paul
Oavnult. Tho usual complications
inndo amusing In tho last net.
7,l UK 1CK "Tho Little Cafe," with John
H Young. A return engagement of
tho musical plav by Ivan Can ll nnd
C. M. S. McLellan nbout tho waiter
who was a mini nbout town after 12
KFIT1VH Nora Hayes, tho singing co
mcdlenno; Heatrlco Herford, tho skill
ful entertainer! James nnd Bonnie,
Thornton, old-timers, Harry Fern nnd
company In "Veterans". Bert Errm,
feinnlo Impersonator. Kajlyama, tho
ambidextrous Japanese; Nonetle, the
Pinging iolInlst; tho Lunett Sisters;
thn Robert Do Mont Trio nnd news
AVA'O.V'S GRAXD Bobby Heath, tho
Philadelphia song writer. In n new
"lOlf. Kong Revuo"; Georgo Brown,
champion walker. In a mllo race; Por
ter J. White In "The Visitor": Leon's
Models do l.tivo; Charles Gordon nnd
Chailes White In "In tho Marital
Coach"; Miller nnd Lyle, blackface co
median, nnd movies
WILLTAM PBiV.V Tho Snow Ski Girls
in "In Old Tyrol"; Harlan E. Knight
nnd Company In "Tho Chalk Line";
Hnrry Lester Mason In "Tho German
Jnnitor," bv Aaron Hoffman; Grazla
Nerdlnl, Italian pianist; Baldwin,
Hinton nnd Carter, Jack McGovvan
and Ennlv Gordon In "Two In One,"
nnd Charles Chaplin In "Tho Tramp "
CROSS KHYS (flist half of week) "Tho
Garden nf Mirth"; Clark nnd McCul
lough, entertainers; Hnrry Bulger, co
CIRCUS DAY MONDAY, APRIL 26TH
19th & Hunting Park Ave. Ono Week Only, Starling Mon. Aft.
wifeXCATiirwo jfrom au. ",noNa!)'j KSMWi
5rlrrCMER,CA NEVER SAW Za$1$$
JjBrBS&vtfX CIRCUS LIKE THIOTr-Pr
T w ma msoirj-TW KotsH-t3 eomi uksib uaioiS "uflgwSi
"IJ HEW rCATUBES 6. EUROPEAN 3EN8 ATIONSSnaa
WfifHE CIRCUS SURPRISE tUENTURYSiS $1
tCTmTmH.woCTaai wax elephants -hadab kradna's flying bokej Wssbsm
S53ST!fl,fttiiiBnirs csnxino wiuir skaiikb ako wcrcic rioikg kus Frapcram
iGSU "fcSljl OOIVIPUJTB CtONUOH CIRCUS DIUHCT I'KOM PHK1N R. J& JrVSft)
HCffl" II txtNA " BAIUtl MAUIIftlt SMTUe AM) POSIW HOWU ICfltoCvSj
Wz,p Jk MIA.B. ADOIE'S lOTANao DANCO LIONO flr,i3TI
BWffvVi 60 AUt,AU,TS ,N Ht'" RQ AC08AT1 CT Honour ffTjffM
M VAST ARRAY OF FOREIGN FEATURES J&jtfWuo
B!G, GORGEOUS FREE STREET PARADE
.Monday Mornlnr 0am Lea. Ins Show Grounds, 1'Jth and Huntme 1'arK
Ae Hunting Park Ave to Broad Si South on Ilrond hi in Washington Ae
t'ounteimarchlnc on Broad fit to Oerniamoun Ave uermantonn Ave to Hunt
Inc Park Ave. Hunting Park Ave to bliow Oiounds
One 50c Ticket Admits to AU the Wonderland
CHILDREN UNDER IS EARS. HALF PRICE
Performances Beglnnlne at 3 and 8PM Doom Open at I and T P M
Reserved Folding Chairs In tha Grand Stand and Admission Tickets Will Ba on
Sale During the EntlreWeek at Glmbela, and Sold at Exactly tho Same Prices as
Charged at the Ticket Was on.'
N'lclits .'5c tn S un
Tuesday and rhursda Mats 5o and
Saturday Mtilnee S,V Slic, 7oc
A Splendid Onhestra .
A DRAMATIZATION OF HAROLD P.V.
wiuuiris ai'uu.-siJiii kuvui,
A gripping romamlo story of the
tqiia Oark Mountains
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median. Alf Hlpon, Scotch ventrilo
quist, and tho Nlchol Brothers, on tha
roller skates. (Second half of week)
Consul Pedro, William Lytell and
Company In "A Night at tho Club"
Laurlo and Glean, juvenile entertain
ers; tho Versatile Trio; the Hawklnj
mechanical shadowgraphlsts, and Wal
CASIXO Tho Auto Girls. Slmonds and
Lake's company In "In a Millionaire's
Jail," with Harry Sevmotir
GAYETY Tho Crnckerjacks. with Sam
Green nnd Charley Blown, in a mu
DUMOXT'S Dumont'n MinMrels In
"Burnem nnd Bailey's Gieat Circus"
nnd n new burlesque, "Good Servants
LYRIC "Tonight's tho Night," with Em.
mv Whelen, Manrlco Farltoa, Georgo
Grossmlth nnd tho London Gaiety
company. An excellent cast of Eng
lish players In a musical comedv based
on tho firce, "Pink Dominoes " It
has run tho better part of tho season
In New York.
KEITH'S "Tho Spring Fashion Show";
Ituth Roye, "The Princess of Bng
timo": Toby Claude nnd companv In
"La Pctlto nevueletto"; Eva Condon
Jack Devoreaux nnd company, pre
senting "Tho Samo Old Thing"; Tha
Volunteors, a singing novelty, Harry
and Eva Puck, singing their songs; tha
Flvo Statues, a posing net, and Wills
and Hassan, equilibrists.
KEITH'S Graco La Rue, tho Water
Lilies, Sam Mann and company. Will
Rogers, Rojnolds and Ponegan, Dojls
and Dixon, Dan oil and Conway, Henry
Rudolph and Myrtle Dclmar
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