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Helen Clarke Dancing in "Nobody Home" at the Maxine Elliott Theater.
New York, June 19. There's "No
body Home," at Maxine Elliott's the
ater. In its syncopated skittishness the
Broadway silly season simmers over.
There's no reason to the libretto, and
certainly little enough rhyme; but
there are many pretty girls, clad to
a certain extent in the prettiest cos-
Be systematic even the odds and
ends of housekeeping should be at
tended to regularly. Set a day to at
tend to the drawers in dressers and
closets; examine store rooms and
plosejs and seejyhat isneeded; lookj
tumes of the early summer fashion.
With dress, dance, lightsome music
and girls what more does Broadway
in hot weather want
Besides, there's the Charlie Chap
lin chorus, a unique stunt which was
just waiting to be pulled, and the pro
ducers of "Nobody Home" deserve
credit for the laughter-winning way
m which they've done it.
over fruit and vegetable cellar, tak
ing fruit or vegetables that need at
tention and see that they are used
before too late. .
Never use linen to clean mirrors or
windows, as it sheds lint and often