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.*aaJd Th sterv PI 11 i?i..ri,ht nil. by Tha I'hll.l'l Trlhune l&t ~ By W. K. ?u, A ?v I I ft Sk ?*? W ft ' . rjl k7 .. "Oh. why doesVr she look behind her! Oh. that Otgfwl man And Jessie will dutch Harold and scream when felg^??. and Harold will hold Jessie's hand tight and have a beautiful time iVir'iVf? The nervous young man who jumps at the sound of pistol -, : ? ma *?T The detective with the big cigar, who sees right away that "some fiendish master mind is at work!" I ft, a 9 tea? a '' . '/ *eW :?.-. \ u s liil thZW ? $M s< m ??*-*. / '/, The love scene. "Sometimes," ad? mits Heien, the beautiful heroine of "The Man in the Suitcase," "I feel that some ?m?- il trving to frighten BBS I" Whereupon Gerald says it's ali nons??ns?' ?.ml not to worry, and that they'll stick it out together and ?Mr the thin? 'hrough. The madman behind the ?null is really a detec? tive, as every ne will se?' at the final curtain, when he says to the culprit, "You come with me." The ?>l?l desk at the right ha? just swung forward, r??v??aling a corpse in the recess behind, to the delight of all .i?, .nus ladies in the audience. The BBBBBjJ r??hef. "Oh, g??<? I got a pain ir my ?iigi;nir> ? ?. I have!" When thing.? get uttl?' too iBBaB the comic ? butler does some heavy relit?.' ork. ? 7: 'I don't see how ????? t^.? the old uncle had \,)ut the dead body up the chimney?or waan't ah?? supposed to know that anyway?" People from the suburbs who have to leave just a few moment? bef?ire the final curtain have r,o in ? of trouble figuring out the whys and wherefores. Silaa Horrow, multimillionaire and skjB f.;.it. found ?lead in his library, t?'? T?.net?*ting; odor thronjrhout the rao Straitge bluish light seen tref V?' the window. All doors and wtBOOw? barred. Crudely druwn skull on pap? on table. * '?***?.' \ _^S i *-._..??. ?W ?V Three jolly matinee girls trying to decide whe-o to go. It's a tosa-up between "The Snarl in the Dark" and "The Creeping Thing" until Mrs. Mabel Roe remembers that he. friend Mrs. Oleson told her that five women were hysterical after the second act of "The Creeping Thing." So "The Creeping Thing" it ia, and, on, what a splendid time they're going to have! You aee in Act II all the lights go out and a ghost rhaaea the detective right down into the au? dience and screams and howls ?vonr-aething awful. M The heroine. Some one is forever torturing her with questions. "Can't you ?. e I know nothing whatever?" Whereupon she gives a gasp and fa in ta. The beautiful young hero cut ? fT in the will. Loves the heroii.'.. Very much suspected of murderm?, the old man. MYSTERY PLAY STAND-BYS y The H?apegrace BBB-hcw. Quarreled violently with the old man and threatened h- lue time and time again. So very auspicious are his actions that tin au?licnre immedi? ately decides he M ioaaaBBt The cop, who mmes in at the end with th.? handcuffs. "Officer, ar? rest that man!" The old m.*.hcr. . Mr. Borrow, for whom ehe aan aa houaekeeper. Given to ??*???? and begging not to be made to ??*? what she knows.