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Helen Lowell and May Allison, in "Apartment 12-K"
New York, July 25. The theatrical
season of 1914-15 has been blasted
open during the dog days by the pre
sentation of a farce called "Apart
ment 12-K," at the Maxine Elliott
Theater and thereby hangs a tale.
The tale is more amazing than any
thing in the play.
Late in the spring a farce named
"Twin Beds," adapted by Margaret
Mayo from a story by Salisbury Field,
was produced in Pittsburgh, and
afterwards had a short run in Chi
cago. It is to open in New York in
about a month.
Recently there were rumors along
the "Rialto" of a mysterious play that
was being rehearsed by the Shuberts
for a rush presentation. Soon fol
lowed the announcement that the
play was "Apartment 12-K," writtea
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