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GRACE LANE. WILLIAM HODGE. MIS 3 MARY RYAN. FRANK J. M'INTYRE.
n _*^^nina at Waiiack's in "The Girl Question."^. Acting in 'The Man from Hems," at the She will appear with William Gillette in Acting in "The Travelling Salesman," at
P*™"" 9 Actor Theatre. "Ticey." the Liberty Thestre.
?Th£ Man rom Home" ere —
Miss Duncan at Criterion.
2fOVILTIES OF TEZ WEEK.
ASTORTHEATRE— WiUiam Hodge, in "The
Man from Home/
6 RAND OPE-RA HOUSE— Williams end
Wsiker. in bandanna Land."
HACKETT T'«2ATRE— Mr. Mason returns
in -The V'.i-"*ing Hour."
CRITERION THEATRE— Miss Isadora Dun
can, in classical dances.
BIJOU THEATRE— Douglas Fairbanks, in
•Aii -for a Gir!/'
•The Msti from Home." who »lias been enjoying
the boepßalitf of Chi - = for a season, will make
the stag*- of the Astor Theatre his place of abode
WIP n-ght and as lons thereafter as the
rub Tic see? flt to' listen to him- Booth Tarkingion
Lsd H-rry L#on Watson are the authors of that
cotaedv' ar.d its praises have been sung most
fervently U: nearly a year. William Hodge is the
eiief actor* in it.
Isadora "Duncan, a dancer- who has some fame
abroad •n-iir make her first appearanon In America
on the Ftape of the Criterion Theatre next Tuesday
sight. Mis? Duncan comes hiere from- the Duke of
Tort's Tlnratte, where she appeared before the
croWed bated Great Britain. Sheds essentially
81 . bfiprpr^-er. end in that capacity has been in
great irosue in Paris. Berlin and otter European
cities. Her engagement Et tlie Crite^on will be a
limited cr.c. Her repertory Is said to. be large and
varied, a=d to include interpretations Jof the dances
cf the cci* bra ted -composers.
Douglas -LFairbsrScs. ■ yaaagtvOayvT who was in
"The ilaniof the Jlour.'" will be presented Satur
day r_: ■-• the Bijou Theatre as the leading actor
in a e<- w play Bed "All for a Girl," made by
Eobe-l Hui!»'s. In the cast supporting Mr. Fair
barks will '■■" T-Tcy Plunkett, W. J. Constantine.
Robert A. Fisc&er. Margaret Kenmare. Jane Ccfr
ccran. Florence Robesrtson and Ernest Mack.
John Mason. , after a well earned nest, will resume
to-ziomra- nlsht the Interrupted run of "The
Witching 1 Hour." That powerful drama has been
duly corrmend<sd in these columns, and there Is no
cfw word to .-.id of It now-
*"Pal<3 fi Full" has been transferred from the
Astor TlMatre to'AVeber's, and the first perform
ance or. tbai stajre will occur to-morrow night.
L2lian A:;»-tson has returned from a brief vaca
tion an 3 will be seer, again as Emma Brooks.
VTflliam : ■*-':■ -y Hatch eucceeds Frank Sheridan as
Henrietta C5-oEman. who began her season on
Thursday nigM at the Academy of Music, present
toe "Mistress, Nell." will be seen all this -week in
that comedy. Next week she will appear In "As
Ton l£kt It."
"Girts" 15 EtiU the ; attraction at Daly's Theatre.
There are afternoon performances twlc« a week.
This MD be the last •week of Cohan and Harris's
Mtettrels at the New York Theatre. TEe per
formances given by that excellent organization
Beginrir.g to-morrow night, "The Follies of
1MB" *-:.: enter the ninth week at the Jardin de
Paris The list of performers includes Nora Bayes,
Lucy Wesi r. M"c. Dazie and BlTlie Reeves.
Th» Girl Question" Is at Wallace's Theatre,
■nd the principal merryauikers in It are Junle
HcCree Isabel d'Armond. Georgia Drew Mend urn
•id Jack Henderson.
Ther* Is no new word to be Bald of "The Mimic
■Wor'^ " at the Casino. That medley of ell the
current attractions Is not ■wanting in appreciative
ACADEMY OF MUSlC— 2:ls— 6:ls— Mistraaa Nell.
ASTOR, Broadway an 4 45th St. — 2:13 — 8:15 — The Man
BRIGHTON BEACH MUSIC HALLf— 2:I6 — B—Vaudeville.8 — Vaudeville.
BRIGHTON BEACH PARK— B p. m.— Palc'i "Destruc
tion of Jerusalem."
CA£INO— 2:I5 — B.IV- Th* Miir.ic WO7M.
CRITERION THEATRE— 2. 30 — S:30 — leadora Duncan.
DALY'S. Boadway. between 2&th and 80th sts. — 2:15 —
DBEAMX.AND. Coney Island— 2:l5 —
EDEN iIUSEEI 23d st.. near 6th aye.— The World In
FIFTH AVENUE. Broadway and 28th st. — Vaudeville.
HACKETT THEATRE— The Witching Hour.
HAMMERSTEIN'S. 7th aye. and 42d — 2:15 — —
Vaudeville on Roof Garden.
UldtenoM. Lotta Faust's dano« of Salome is a
drawing feature of the performance.
The sixth season of the Hudson Theatre will be
:!>ruguratf>3 a week from to-morrow nipht. Rob
ert Edeson will appear there in a play called "Trie
Ca!! of the North," by George Broadhurst.
Richard Carle will return to the New York The
atre or. Monday night. August 24. with "Mary's
Lamb." He has surrounded himself wßh a prac
tically new cast.
Eva Tanguay will head the bill this week at the
Aihambra Theatre. Frank Nelson and company
wU aid in the merriment.
George M. Cohan and his "roya! famiiy" will be
at the Knickerbocker Theatre until the end of Au
gust. "Tlie Yankee Prince" is the best of Mr.
Cohan's musical plays, and it is having a merited
The regular season of "The Merry Widow" at
the New Amsterdam Theatre will begin next week.
This will be the last of the performances on the
William Rock and Maud Fulton will be in the
bill this week at Hammerstein's Roof Garden.
The Majestic Four. Winsor McCay. Willie Zim
merman. De Haven and Sydney and Gertrude Hoff
n.ann will aid la the merriment. There will be two
concerts to-day, at which will appear Miss Hoff
mann. Claus and Radcliffe. the Memphis Students
and Winsor McCay. Miss Hoffmann will present a
new dance to-morrow night.
The Marguerite Orchestra gives concerts every
night at Terrace Garden.
• Marigold" is the name of a new musical play
to be presented here in the course of the present
season. It was written by Barclay Walker.
"School l>ays." a musical comedy by Gus Ed
wards. wtU be performed fur the first time at At
lantic City a we.-k from next Tuesday night.
AT THE SEASIDE.
The "real live mermaid" at Luna Park has
aroused the curious, and as a result Mr. Thomp
son's "court" is rrowded day and night. The maid
la not the only attraction. There are amusements
at Luna Park to please every variety of taste.
Dreamland's numerous places of entertainment
are still in popular favor. Admission Is free and
open air performances are given almost every hour.
A number of organizations have planned to visit
Dreamland during the present week.
George C Tilyou said yesterday that this season,
to date, viLS a banner cne for Steeplechase Park.
All of the attractions have had a large share of
the patronage of visitors to Coney Island. He also
said that there would be a dividend for the stock
Mr. Pain's magnificent spectacle of "The Destruc
tion of Jerusalem" is not the least of the attrac
tions at the seaside. Indeed,' it Is among the best,
and it is the most elaborate he has given in sev
eral years. Toe exhibition of fireworks that fol
lows the regular performance Is worth the price
At Brighton Beach Music Hall there is a change
of bill every week, and two performances daily.
The Somerville School. No. 620 'West End avenue,
at 85th street, is a popular institution on the Weat
Side, and especially adapted for pupils desiring a
Bcho'ol that has all the- advantages and comforts of
a home. Mrs. Mary Soanerville, the director, states
Celebrated dmnt>»r, who «>om»a to th« QHtarion on TuMday nlghu
" "* ' - ' . -^ * " .- - .. y^-..,— ' '•■■ ' -* o
HERALD SQUARE Broadway ana 35th «t.— 2:ls— B:lß—
KNICKERBOCKER THEATRE— 2:IS— B:IS— The Yankee
LIBERTY THEATRE — 2:15 — B:l6— The Travelling Sales
LUNA PARK. Coney Island— 2:l5 — 8.
NEW" AMSTERDAM. 42d St.. near 7th aye , Aerla! Gar
dens—2:ls—B:3o—The Merry Widow.
NEW YORK THEATRE— 2 :aO— B:3o— Cohan & Harris
NEJV.' YORK ROOF GARDEN. BroaCway and 45th St. —
B:ls— The Follies of 1908.
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIFTH STREET,
near Lexington eve. — Vaudeville.
TERRACE GARDEN — S — "Marguerite" Orchestra.
VALLA.CK*B THEATRE— 2:IS— 8:15 — The Girl Question.
WEBER'S THEATRE— 2:3O— B:3O— Paid in Full.
that she is busy arranging for nexi season with ad
ditional improvements. At this school one can
study music, literary art. in fact almost every
thing. Special arrangements are made for boarding
Professor Henry Liff. the military band leader. Is
receiving- letters from musicians all over the coun
try, asking for copies of his new march and two
step entitled "On the Firing Line." The piece is
becoming popular, and is in great demand. It can
fee had from the publisher, M. E. Rogers, No. ■59
The Master School of Vocal Music. No. 10S Mon
tague street, Brooklyn, is an institution founded
and endowed by the leading citizens of Brooklyn
for upholding a high standard of music in America.
Richard Ewers, the manager, announced that
the school would reopen on October 19, and that
the faculty will be of the highest order and under
the direction of the head teacher, Frnu Professor
Aurelia Jaeger. Mme. Sembrich and David Bisp
ham have accepted places on the visiting Jury of
musicians. The number of rooms for pupils being
limited, Mr. Ewers desires to call attention to the
fact that vacant places will be filled in strictly
chronological order, according to dates of applica
tions, which should b* made as early as possible.
Dr. Edward Bllta, of Carnegie Hall, Is expected
to return from Europe about September 15, and re
The Landon Orchestra, Ada Landon Hand, di
rector, Is the attractive feature of the New Howell
House, and their Saturday morning concerts, given
at the Westhampton Country Club, are listened to
by a large and appreciative audience. The or
chestra is also In demand for private functions at
this summer colony. Miss Rose Sieardl, a young
violin soloist, who Is spending the summer there,
frequently assists at the Sunday evening concerts.
G. Magnus Schulz, the well known singer and
vocal teacher, has returned to New York from an
extended vacation trip to the West He can be
found at his studio. No. 26 East 23d street. Circular
mailed upon request.
Mme. Anna E. Ziegler. etudio No. 163 West 49th
street, has organized a special department for
vocal teachers. Talented students may apply for
advice free of charge.
''THIRTEEN CLUB. ATTENTION!"
'I'd like to tell tilt Thirteen Club about a family
of my acquaintance," said the man who next took
up the thread of conversation. "They live in New
York State, and the parents have been married
about forty-seven ytars. They have had eleven
children, the youngest of whom Is now about
twenty-five. When the number of children reached
eight or nine, guests from time to time made thir
teen at tiie table. The elder children went off to
school, and later married, but none of them re
moved to another city.
"Of course, the married eons and daughters and
their wives and husbands and little ones often came
to meals, so there might be anywhere from eight
to sixteen at the table. Thirteen was not uncom
mon; indeed, it was never noticed. In th« last
twenty-eight or thirty years there has been this
co-called fatal number at n m»al hundreds, if not
thousands, of times, and yet there was never a
death, either of a child, son-in-law, daughter-in
law or grandchild until recently, when a daughter
died at the age of forty. This case ought to coun
terbalance the one or two contrary Instances of
which most of us know."
PRESENCE OF MIND.
6he— Do you believe In love at first sight?
He— l never did until I met you!— Somervllla
COMPENSATION j FOE INJURIES.
Provisions of Act Which Provides for Gov
ernment Employes Hurt at Work.
The act of May 30, 1908. entitled "An Act granting
to certain employes of the United States the right
to receive from it compensation for injuries sus
tained in the course of their employment," which
came into effect on August 1, 1908, Is a measure of
great importance in the domain of labor legisla
tion. Under previous laws, compensation in case
of injury is paid to employes in the railway mail
service and in the lifesavlng service. The new
law applies to persons employed by the govern
ment as artisans or laborers in the following ser
vices: Arsenals, navy yards, river and harbor con
struction, fortification construction, hazardous em
ployment in the reclamation service, namely, in
construction and in control and management of
works; hazardous employment under the Isthmian
Canal Commission, and government manufactur
According to a rough estimate made by the De
partment of Commerce and Labor, about Beventy
fiv.j thousand government employes come w^.hin
the provisions of the lav.-. Compensation will be
paid under this act onfy for such injuries to an
employe as occur in the course of his employment
and cause inability to pursue his employment for
more than fifteen days. Compensation is not paid
if the injury is due to the negligence or miscon
duct of the employe injured. The act applies only
to injuries received on or after August 1, 1903.
The compensation consists of a continuance dur
ing the period of disability, but not over one year,
of the same pay which the employe was receiving
at the time of the Injury. If the employe is killed
by the accident or dlas from the results of the in
jury received and leaves a widow or children under
sixteen years of age or dependant parents, the
same amount of compensation is paid to these de
pendent relatives until the completion of the twelve
Of tbc Cits of View L?crK
53 JRftb Svc.', Cor. 12tb Strcc
An advanced school of music In all
branches for talented students.
Catalogue by mail.
THE MASTER SCHOOL OF
108 Montague St., Brooklyn Heights. New York City
An Institution founded and endowe.l by the foremost
citizens of Brooklyn to raise and uphold the standard
of Music In America. Day of re-openingf Oct. 19.
Voice trial and classification. Oct. 15 and 16. s
Fraa Professor Aurella Jaeger. Head Teacher of Vocal
Instruction: FRAU MELANIE GUTTMA.N RICE (of the
Conservatory of Vienna). Ist Assistant to Frau Jaeger;
SENOR PEDRO G. GI'ETARY. Teacher of Bel Canto;
MADAME C. DE PALKOWSKA. Teacher of Breathing
and Breath Control; MRS. ADEI.E LARIS BALDWIN.
Teacher of English Diction; HERR EI'GEX -WAI
Chorus Master and Accompanist: DR. GEHRIT
SMITH. Teacher of the Theory of Music; FRAULEIN
BERTHA FIRGAI'. Teacher of the German language;
SIGN'OR EDUARDO PETRI. Teacher of the Italian
language. MLLE. LOUISE CHARVET. Teacher of the
French language: HENRY T. FINCK. Lecturer on the
History of Music; A. L. COKDOZA. Teacher of Fenc
ing: MADAME MARCELLA SEMBRICH and MR.
DAVID BI6PHAM have accepted places on the Visit
ing Jury of Musicians. The number of places being
limited, attention is called to the fact that vacant
places will be filled in strictly chronological order, ac
cording to dates of application. Address all com
munications to ...
RICHARD EWERS. Business Manager
L A. RUSSELL mmEl wstitute
bl HI >>VVWbhh OPENS SEPT. BTH.
Carnegie Hull. Itusxell Methods. Literature.
FRANK WOEI3ER, VIOLINIST,
Recital*. Instruction. Studlu. 366 Park aye.. near 624
mififlil E VfiSJ Director Richard Mansfield's
LfARIUn L-lUiS Dramatic School.
Elocution. Voice Culture. Studio. 60 West 93th St.
HENRY LIFF OKGHESTR.fI
Management M. E. Rogers. 60 Irving Place, N. T. Tel.
8111 Gramercy. New York's Favorite and Most Popular
Orchestra. Receptions. 'Weddings, Dinners. Balis, etc.
DR. CfIRL E. BUFFI,"
CONCERT. ORATORIO. VOCAL INSTRUCTION.
1 E. 40th St.. >". V. Home. 140 Ist Arc. Alt. Vernon.
Special Summer Term." ' 43? FIFTH AVENUE.
Brookfield Summer School of Susie
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SINGING LX A IX ITS BRANCHES.
27 UNION' SQI ARE.
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ff»B ASSE&3?t§M STIHIFfeV rmr ° nc -' - t Orrar.lst.
CLARENCE fcIHIY &r& r »*&?«£
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ROSE US w 1 XTa. .i* ixstkuctjox.
Ths art of Bella.l Stnclnc taught. Vole ■ ji i-»l _r\i)»
Umir> — 10 to 1. 4 to 6 Studio. 303 East 18th St.
Piano Instruction, Interpretation. LcsrheMzsky Tech
nique Lincoln Arcade. 1917 B'way. Studio 022.
GERRiT SMITH °T £-- a .TT
JOHN W. NICHOLS T v u ;r;r-
Jean De Reszke. Special Summer Course. 1 E. 4Cth St.
WALTER DnnCDT MUSICAL DIRECTOR.
L 0 V U E. 11 I Repertoire. Recitals of
FOLK SON OS A lAITV. 644 Madison A»e.
SAMUEL A. BALDWIN,
.'HI 1" 1' ILU
V Teacher of voice. Southern folk &
children songs. Carnegie Hail. 70S.
OR. N. J. ELSEHHEIHER B2&. SMS:
AM VSEMEJV TS
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I"*- 1 HENRY W. SAVAGE'S Original Production. QtfEEl OF
• ■■■■ • ... • ■-_- v.- --k - ) Jl'J?!c by Frar.z I.char i.,.,-.. 'M^MMjg* ,
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M TRAVELING SALESMAN"
■""T*"*-: "■■' r :~' — T. HSRALP.
I -cievr as The Chorus I A New Comedy by JAMES FORBES. I "^Wlll rival "The Ou>n» |
I Lad"' "-icfobl I Author of "THE CHORUS IVI <\" j_J gy."-Telecrat>h. ._ I
BROADWAY and 45TH STREET. KEW YORK THE4TRE - Tt^^WplT t^^Wpl - : - ■■-_>::,
XI.AW & ERLANGER. Mgrs. RE IB I URIV I libX 1 iia. MATINEES WED. and BAT, 1.3 a
BITr OEORGE PRIMROSE ! last week;
COHAN & HARRIS MINSTRELS
?REsEN Ti^ J . GEORGE EVANS A honey boys
SSO^BSY, $m, 24— RSSHfIRD CfiKLi wars limb
KNICKERBOCKER >^>S.THEATRE .£3&? ? *£?£g*&.
AL. HATMAN & CO.. Proprietors. S 'V LAST 2 WEEKS
LAST 2 WEEKS . / aowher. X . r __.-._,
rUCk rum I the Crowds go. \ «Tf||i
CIEU. M, f Follow the Throng I 1 II 1-1
C^-^ _, J\ !§k\ \ " And you'll shout ) YANKEE
IIIJ M \ HI3 praises and I YANKEE
\#J.J./ r a.l^l N^Hisisone,.^^ PRIIVCF"
AND HIS ROYAL FAMILY lulllVtl
I^IEXT ATTRACTION xh^!l^«.
CHAR L P E r s es^t? HMAN THE GIRLS OF COTTENBERC
With GERTIE MILLAR (Specially Engaged) and Other Members of the Galefjr Theatra. London.
\r\\ \\\iK T!H \Tlif — OK ATTRACTION." I>IRF( TFI> BT SAX S. AXD LEF 'HI'BERT fCfC.)
B'way & 39th W^S \4\\\\\ M a«nee
Evenings 3:13. I^7l^l I kl'J Eatnrday. 2:15.
What is the use of" going anywhere else In the
world when you can go to THE
fcsgf I fill ~^"^ I^l
Seeing New York life from all angles, yon are
sure to get some views that meet with yours.
NEWEST SALOME OUT
FALOMES ALL OTHER SALOMERS.
■ ISA VTT T THEATRE. 42d St. West.
HU U tI I JAMES K. HACKETT.
■■ ** " ■* ■ ■ Sole Lessee and Manager.
>\ To-mcrrow Plight- 8: 1 5,
/id X Sam S. &. Lee Shubert <Inc.) present
X/ MR. JOHN MASON
By AUQUSTCS THOMAB.
HAMMERSTEIN'S IH-, 5
R_ _^ __ AND DAILY
(m Irt m iIATINEES
II 91 Ha ah rsr.xi.
Pill ■ DOWNSTAIRS
%J? V I IN VICTORIA
£■-„ THEATRE. !25c.
GARDEN. j pull Roof BUI. ! 50<\
T« /<<iv MAT. IX THEATRE T ft UicrHf"" I '"'
I O-Cay «Full Roof Bill.) IC-rtlgni Roof.
TO-MOKROW — (Roof and Theatre).
London's most recent and greatest sensation.
MAID ALLAN'S famous classic dances ac
curately and cleverly reproduced by MISS
Introducing MAUD ALLAN'S celebrated
"A VISION OF SALOME"
I Preceded by the Ist Representation In
MISS GERTKI'DE HOFFMANN
! of MAUD ALLAN'S Classic Interpretation .
of MENDELSSOHN'S "SPRING SONG." i
WML ROCK and MAI FIX.TON. Bernar.ll.
Bedlnl & Arthur. Collins & Hart. Majestic 4.
Wlllv Zimmerman and Motion Pictures of the
EXCITING DIEPPE . (10<)3) AUTO RACE.
CRITERION THEATRE *£■£
SEATS NOW SELLING. Evening^ 8:30.
se L L o v ll Y NEAT TUESDAY
' • " CHARLES FROHMA.V presents
miss ISADORA DUNCAN
in HER CELEBRATED I .^^J!?^':
CLASSICAL DANCES ISSTcajST _
HUDS3H theatre mn. Alia, 24
RUUw«n '.« HTiiM fflUtii Ally, £•*
■t HENTiY B. HARRIS will present
si ROBERT ED ESON
muKS iTSECaLL'^i NORTH
By GEORGE BROADHURST. Founded on Stewart
Edward White's "Conjurer's House."
AC A DEMY OF MUSIC.
B ■". GILMORE and -, l-4th St. and
EUGENE TOMPKINS. ' rl Irving- PI.
I*AST WEEK IN CITY OF
in Ker Scintillating Success.
By Georire C. Haxelton.~
SPEC! ""-"NEXT WEEK.
MISS CROsMAN will appear for eljcht performance*
only in her famous character of ROSALIND In
AS YOU LIKE IT.
Seats on sale for the fro woeks.
PRICES ?s«>. TO $1.5*.
MATS. WED AND SAT.. 2. EVENINGS 9:15.
*S? All ( fll/in B'way & 30th St. Evga,. 8:10.
WAI! AIR «fl B »ay * Matlnea Wed. 810
I \\\ \ PvmSmt Matins Wed
iSHLLHUA U Resutar Uatine* Sat. j
Sparkling * ■??■ ■ B SP 1 Crowded
wuh h Mr* wuh
C"m»dy. I ■■ mmm Mirth.
THE BEST TWELVE
SONGS ON BROADWAY
HUBERT ZUR NIEDEN ir^^^^ti
Evenings 8:13.' Mats. Wed.'ahd Sat.. 2:13.
POPULAR PRICE WED. MAT.
3RD CROWDED MONTH
JOS. M. GAITES- Production.
•s^ bC" l^ KStt Sk ifi3 -^k S
with CXIFTON* CRAWFORD and BESSIE »TOT.
The Most Wholesome Musical Comedy Ever B«en
SEATS SELLING FOR "cAUVFMID^
SEATS SELLING FOR C f\\ \ \ic V| jJC
100 TH PERFORMANCE. ■J^*-' ' L '^' V'
30-h St. fTTIT'TJ ' &—*—* 8:13.
and iW'lHi^l Mats. Wed. *
Broadway. " * — J-3 M Saturday. 2:15.
First they were Spring — Now "■ - ■*-•
Slimmer Girls — Will soon be " an
Winter Girls with (slcighicgj bells on.
a n 808 ar« ThTTTTT"
al^ '■ 11 *JP B'way and 45th St.
U£% I II fl Eves. 8:13. Mats. j
«■ ■ ■ ■ Wed. and Sat.. 2:11
WAGE.NHALS & KEMPER Managers
(Llebler & Co.. Managers)
In the new play by
: Booth Tarklagton and Harry Leon Wilson.
WITH THE FOLLOWING PLATERS:" |
HENRY JEWETT. " OLIVE WTKDHAM. I
jHASSARD SHORT. ALICE JOHNSON.. |
JOHN GLEXDIXNINO. IDA VERNON.
HENRY HARMON. EOHU.V P. OATBR. |
Bl IAN THEATRE
I %J \J B way and 30' 3: I
NEXT SATUR- A 1I f\ OO
DAY NIGHT AUUI 4LcL
SEATS I - Messrs. Wm. A. Brady and i
WED'Y. I Jos. R. Grlsmer annoanca '
In a play by Mr. Rupert Hcghes called
"ALL FOR A GIRL"
'WEBER'S THEATRE 1
.Phone 21* I Broadway and 3»th St. ' JOE WEBS 3.
Madison I ■»■■/ Evening at *30 i Maaag«r.
i >L\TTNE£> WEDNESDAY AXD S-\TCBX>AT.
WAGENHALS and KEJ.TEK assonnc*
OF ■ '-?'-:
I From The ISTOR to WEBER'S Thsatrt
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