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Three Beauties in "Chin-Chin."
New York, Oct. 24. It doesn't
Eeem as though Fred Stone could he
any funnier this year than lie was
last or even the year before. But
he is; and the "stunts" that he per
forms in the newest Montgomery and
Stone show, "Chin-Chin," are the
most ridiculous, weird and wild that
ever fell to the lot of any comedian.
Chas. B. Dillingham apparently set
himself the difficult task of "outdoing
"The Red Mill," "The Old Town,"
and "The Lady of the Slipper" and
achieved, iti. Girls, music, dancing,
'stage effects they are all most
wonderful, and th.e Globe theater is
in for a prosperous winter. -
Across the 'street, people are lining
up at .the Box-office of the New York
theater to buy orchestra seats at $1,
for John Mason in "Bjg Jim Garrity."
It-Is Al H, Woods who has put dollar