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AFF^ 'v/e OF THE W a IN THE PLAYHOUSES
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Jelia blossom*'-4?TKp Wars of the
"He Beavtiftnl Adventure'*
-News ?Thd Notes.
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' e Archer, Grace Camp, Dora K an -
? Froom, W
? . lames Davis and John 1'. I
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t ? the whip king, and company.
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over a yoar in Pa
the war.
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irney.
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CURRENT ATTRACTIONS.
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How to Get the Most Out o?
Childhood, by a Little Girl.
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equii enentt,
I EATURE FILMS.
' m?nate the pri
n*. the Yiti
oi the Week eon mem
\ igusl 31. Opening th
? i ? u rong I- lat," in s hrch mil
. nix-lip in upar'
be the rr
i in Tin ?' mor
ordinary interest, '"The Hidde
ta o pai l feature pieture i
Julia Swayne Gordon, Norm
?.??,,' ,, Mor? i" poi ' ? i
:, ? i ounce?
? . .In.
Rulger and Lillia Walkei ?rill I
1 or the fa! man'
ma. " r?ie I !'P<*!' Hand," a .Irani
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li ;. a coned
Sthel "'I in1 Mar r ?'
? nonkey plaj ?
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f Re,
nely in
ring doni
ont.
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?. ,: sreel
I upon *h?
popu
lar Sao I . ? u t.t.
II ! " "The Lost Paradise'
Stran>
i ] Pai
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f the |
Strs
entitle
? ral pro?
? ..bornt.'
? ? '.. ..t twenty*
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. ? thi Strand
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. o ell knoa ' ? ime.
\MH\? I lit: lil RLBQI IKS.
I bui lesqae
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I)l ? ?? and
t Moore
I la? am... i.?..; t..rli will i? r.'cn thii
\<.er'.. al the Murray Hi! ?
Princes Doveei ?>r a
i emarkable dancer, ?? ?
uroe. .lo?
Buckley, Lin Ba ? ? tor,
Mark Wiley, Jack Howard, Una Chad
wick, Claire ? rawford and B 11; Mar.
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BRONX OPERA HOUSE.
"To Day,** Ihe Geo
and Abraham Schomei ? Ho*
York life, whicl "ii al
the Forl i . , will
be pr?s? oueo
with a practically new ?*ei.-- on
?lay nicht. Septembei
membera of tin? For1
Theatre companj remaining Bre
Wainwi ighl. i and Jean j
Wa combe?. Edmund Bre?
Mathilde ? ottrell) an 1 Bernard R?
-.ne among the newcomera. "To Di "
will eremain at tin- Bronx Opera Ho
for th?" week he ;? ? i!:i\ , S. p
tpmbor 7. playing matinee on
Labor I>a>
'-.
"THE DRAGON'S I ?LAW."
"The Dragon's Claw," ihr- p!..
Auatin Strong which Klau- & Erie .
will produce and a h ?i h ?:
Hem v Miller, a i
p rem i? r? in w aahinegton and
middl ? of Septembei ? Il c< m ? ?.. ? Ii*?
New Amsterdam Theatre ?Th? com
? ein ?m?, ill.
11 ople, and the
iiui ing ' he Boxei rebel on K
Rrlangei ha? s i I
Elaie rergu
sppi ..
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"IHK HEART (?l v THIEF."
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Ilud'on Theatre on H? iber ?">,
a play of life in See
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III ?HIN HOI.MKS.
Barton Holm? Trai
floRues and Tra'. ? I " lal land?
ed m Quebec after <.n exeiting ?nmmer
m Euroeepe, He th him
all of th?? motio
photograph
labora, H?? avili el
to illustr?t? ... oming
..
"England," "Ireland, ' "A -??
tria" and "? ??
THE BTOR1 ?il THE ROSARY.
Beginnii
Labor e %,h\
',, Meaara. ' on tock .'. <?? ? will pr??
tent, at the Manhattan Opera House,
Walter I!. ., "Th."
Story ?,r the Rosai The ' ?;. lean
' ca?t inl rod ? ta i. s ?Hag peo?
ple, Alfred Paumiei and M V
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"KITH M v< K \\" I ?l MO? L.
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Catherine I
. omi dy, "Kit!
i Olivei Moi . ., tion of '
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m : ?BE VILLE
Silvester ScHaffer at tHe Falace?Corse
F*?-yto?;a?*Gus Edward's Hew Revue
?Features for the Week,
Sylvester Schaffer, who arrived here i
frort Germany ..
an ? I interesting "one
man" ? t, whi? h M is pre?
sent d si the - Ith Sti
been ? P. Keith I
the Palaee
noon ? run. He will
le bill, in
elading the nea I .
"Thf
Har and * ' I, au?
thor if "The Greei ? I >." '1 he Hor?
lick 1* imilj ? ??? Romany
gypi g, in which
thoi
and the 1 R laaian
whi
. -
will r tina!
week
the ha
bill, while Bi i '
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crar
fell
the pro| to I
reg?
whi
to Sylvesl
his progran i
tine* ?
II kMMER8TEIN*8.
C ?i -'? Payton ?rill !" id the bill I
?orl Bi H.,:r':i*' itl ?;' \
The.itre for ?he com il I i will
pported bj
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Tan ? The bill also inc
Sick' ?kating Girls, W
Sim-ii- and Coi Keno ai I '?'
K ' tte'i
(?r<*i,r Hoi . Fred D
No I
Cits Quai
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Ni;\\ BRIGHTON.
G ? '.'.f. ne f"r
1911. ?? " eh a ill have
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tentions production. !" is pi?
with sis ehang
for one I.'. Edwai >r
api*.
II be Cuddles .?md
eonpaay < I
tliii't?. -five, including twenl ?
ehon girls. >
Harr) r?i '
an I Mi
let, * 'Ta o ( Md Pi lei ?'?*." l"i"
Lop? i have an
Arcar
llltf !<:.? ?;. i. V. U
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ORPHETM.
The Orpl II open to
nuirr,
bill w '.! be n ids ?;?*? ?
Head: -
"the 1er of the
a A
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i.f pi.. | ? . "i be Suf
fragetl in will
. "N
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exhil ??
Palillo ...J Prabito,
und De '.on, Marcena and Delton.
AT LUNA
W ? ' the ?Coney I'land
awaj Laaa ?MB?
? -h the thou
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n i.i
A.?. H
In the
immei House , t, ti??n of
_ itepa are piven
I by tl , Oklahoaaa
i ? U ild Waal pi odu? - ion at
' UmUSt ??? plfisc to maciti ?? ??.?ry
performance, while "The Titanic Dis
end "Before and After" attrac
proved popular with the
viesiton.
AI.HAMRRV.
The Alhambra wil start the vaude?
ville season with Joseph Santley as
the headliner. H?- ie assisted by Ruth
Kein.ie,11 and Josephine Kernel!. Other
.... I' Can Re Done." the
ahich was pcoetated last
at the Pria-WMi Anna ("hand?
ler. Mae Melville and Robert Higgins;
Jack Ryan and Harry Tierney. Bur
dolls ! Colline and Hart. Sar
anoff, and the La Toy Brothers.
PALISADE r\RK.
Anna Morecroft, the English swim?
ming and diving champion, and her
r Nymphs" will be the added
eon at Schenck Brother?' Pali
Amaaement i'ark on Sunday,
The little London nwim
mer a ; va an exhibition of high
and fancy ?ie ing ar.,1 ?wimmmg in the
irinm. She Will present a varied
??nment of aquatic sports.
M VIIISON Sqi ARK ROOF.
Th?- two-iere roof starts on it? fif?
teenth ful week to-morrow eve
I ning. This weok'e cabaret includes
Blanche Dobson, the soprano; Mr.
egaa I."rraine. front the Lon
M ie Klsie Taylor, the
ihoutor; Mr. .lose Hess and Miss
l.i-B'.i.?:..?, m the fox trot and
the Scotch come
J?chele M ?cDerniott, and Geney
Ryan.
PROSPBCT THEATRE.
"Fields and Kie'ds m Paris" is sched?
uled as the week's attraction at the
Proap? tre The cast includes
Sol and Nat Fields, Nola Ringold,
1 Mi ggie Pemerest,
Charli BarraU, Dich Thoraas and
? ? Ward.
AT THE BRA USER.
sane Bocaasora, the vocalist, has
return to Ihe Brawaer Atop the strand
with a new repertoire of songs. katli -
i mi o has new songs.
. Mantilla and C Balfour Lloyd
.?t.- i.. the la Toa. Dorothy
Jack McEnnoae are still
doing ice i. Fred (?uintrell
and itra play the newest
MR. AMI MRS. DOVCLA1 (RAVE.
Mr. ,ind Mrs. Douglas Crane will
their three months' engage
How York P.oof, September
1,1, and will begin at on?? a thirty-two
'?:.'. v. hich they
I .1 with Martin Beck.
Mr. and Mn. Crane, who appeared at
the Orpheam, in ?San Francisco, under
Mr. Beck's manag- nent, will in all
their tour at the
hero, and will proceed
? cago and through the Middle
W? il ;.? San Francisco, where they will
r . ima Pac I c Exposition.
coupla a il completa their
P llace next June.
\ U HI \ II IF ?COMEDY (I.IB.
The Vaudeville Comedy Club will
ll jubilee at the Lyric
ooe weak b??ginning to?
ning. This entertainment
is eegivaa Ij ,.i,jc money for a perma?
nent building. Perftrmaarae will bo
given only at night and the bill will be
muiie up of the leading players of the
??taire. Over trfty perfonnera
hav?- Volunteered their services and
each evening there **ill he introduce,!
from 01 to lis new featoree, varying
from night to night. Amoni* the moro
aroninent perforners are Al Jolson,
Lillian Lorrain?'. Whiting and Burt,
ml Dolly. Ray Monde, Irving Ber?
lin, .nna Chundler, J-.a-.es J. Morton
M ?iv IVkford. Krank Tumej, Mer
?eile*.. !'??.;.n.? m i it. tt Leslie and con
pany Hv arrangenerit with Messrs
Bhubert, the Lyti, Theatre has beet
kionaleti lo the c^u lot Xki? week.

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