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ETEfflNCl- KBDaBB PHIBADBIiPHIA', SATTJBDAY MAY 8. 0X5:
L'iVkXT WSEIiC : "KITTY M'KAY," THE ADELPHIA;7tTHE RAINBOW," THE WALNpn
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AMfiniCA need not bo permanently dc.
XXprested about tho local triumph of
London-mndo muslcnl comedy over tho
Oerman-Amerlcnn product: "Tonight's
tho Night" Vb. "Tho I..idy In nod." A
t6vr -weeks ro, wb had "Hello, Ilroad'
way'" and next season wo shall seo somo
fit aucceasor to "Tho Pink Lady." More
over, tho piece nt tho Korroat Is, In cer
tain respocts, nn Inferior Bpeclmen of
American enterprise. All tho same, n
comparison Is In order.
Item 1. Chorum Decision to rjnRland,
with right of appeal. The refinement of
the English chorus girl, coupled with tho
novelty of her peculiar style of noso, hnlr
a-d limb, makes her temporarily moro
fURClnatlng than her slaters of "The Lady
In Red." On tho other hand. It Is a reason
able wager that In tho long run-thc-ntrlcnlly
speaking tho mdnotony of tho
English charms would go tinder beforo
tho variety and vitality of American
Item 2, Scenery Decision to Kngland.
If "Tonight's tho Night" Is n fair samplo
which It probably Isn't tho English
producers havo found out how charm
ingly tho now stagecraft suits musical
comedy. Joseph Marker's firm, which
furnished Jlr. Fnvorsham with his ex
cellent settings for Shakespeare, has
given tho first act of tho plcco nt tho
Lyric an admirable sotting In n slightly
Impressionistic manner. Tho black and
white of tho room, relentlessly curried
out to tho smallest details, Is Interesting
In Itself and emphasizes tho rich greens
and purptes of the landscapo behind.
ItcmS. Costumes. Decision for America,
If wo nro a little pokey In tho matter of
scenery, wo outshlno our rlvula In cos
tuming. Whether It Is Mclvlllo Kills, of
tho "Winter Garden; somo Now York mo
diste or tho unnamed designer of "Tho
Lad- In lied," our musical comodloa show
a color effect In variety and mass that
the Jumbled commonplnces, or nt best
eccentricities, of London nevor canal.
Item -I, Players Decision for England.
Many of the Americans In musical com
edy aro admirable. Ah comedians, lead
ing men, dancers and soprano heroines
with a senso of humor, our players have
ftno abilities and Individual flavor. The
English, however, can boast as much, and
thoy add to that a personal distinction
and a polish that wo can't touch. "To
night's tho Night" nnd "Tho Lady In
Red" aro good enough proof.
Item 6. Stngo Management Decision for
England in the present case; reversed In
general. It happens that tho present ox
omplo of London musical comedy has
much of n decidedly clovor naturo In Its
chorus evolutions and stunts of Btago
management. "Tho Lady In Ited," on tho
contrary, seems principally deficient In
Just tho field where America genorally
excels. Ono would hardly havo believed
that Frank Smlthson could dovlso nothing
better than such old-fashioned, played-out
tricks ns pockat flashlights for tho choruB
and colored spot lights swinging on a
succession or colored flashes.
Item last Boole, Music, Humor, No de
cision; point absolutely Indeterminable.
English Ubrettoes aro usually less Inter
esting, but moro dlscreot and full of char
acter; English humor obvious or else
really Intelligent. But In general our
writers and composers havo about as
many planes of merit as tho English. If
th German-American combination at the
PROGRESS DAY PLANS
NOW UP TO COUNCILS
Manufacturers and City Offi
cials Will Urge Approval of
Project This Week.
Indorsement of tho plan for a Progress
Day In connection with tho national
Fourth of July celebration has been
given by tho Mayor and tho directors of
tho various city departments. All that
remains now to mako It an ofllclal part
of tho program lstho approval of Coun
cils' Fourth of July Committee. Tho plan
Will be submitted to tho members of tho
committee by its chairman, Common
Councilman John H. Balzley, who per
sonally favors tho project and who lias
expressed tho belief that It would bring
Tho fact that nearly two score of tho
leading manufacturers of tho city, who
collectively employ several hundred thou-
sand persons, havo Indorsed the project
has convinced tho city officials that tho
"plan Is deserving of hearty co-operation.
Tno city s aiutuan is summeu up in
tho remarks of Director Porter.
"I think that tho plans for a Progress
Day, as ndvocated by tho leading Indus
trial concerns." ho said, "Is a very prac
tical undertaking. Even many of our own
residents are unawaro of the fnct that
Philadelphia is one of the leading manu
facturing centres of thn country. An this
event also commemorates the COth anni
versary of the closing of the Civil War, It
Is well, too, I believe, to let the peopla
aea the progress which has been made 'In
"Speaking for tho Department of Pub
lic. Saety, I can say that It will be rep
resented by both tho Poltco and Flro De
partments. The various stages of ad
vancement from tho early days to the
present, especially in tho Flro Depart
ment, will In Itself prove a. decidedly In
teresting' exhibit Tho evolution In the
way of apparatus, methods and general
equipment can bo shown, by striking ex
hibits which would tell the story at a
"The police Department coma also con
tribute some Interesting Illustrations In
that connection. There Is evidence al
ready of a real get-together spirit for
the occasion, and I hopo to see it tnrougn
to a. successful culmination."
The Organization Committee of manu
facturers directing- the movement includes
RMonttomery Wright, of the J. B. Stet-
uon company, cnairman; ju, i. Jiawie. j.
I'm. Brill Car Company: xxrais J. Koib,
RjCoIp Baking" Company: Ernest T, Trigg,
-John Lucaa company) H. L. Whlttemore,
Autocar company, and i. J. cunning-
ham, Cunningham Piano Company. This
committee will appoint a general commit
tee of V from the manufacturers who
have decided to participate In the In
dai trial demonstration.
As It will be necessary to have speedy
artion In order to bring about proper re-
cults, the petition to Councils' Fourth of
July Committee asking Its co-operation
wilt be sent during the next week.
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Wftb--M&nr PJckford as "FANCHON
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TUB STPERB PHOTO-SPECTACLE
"THE ETERNAL CITY"
Jfci JJa'U Me Senlufi. 1 and 10c ISo
JA,SINf Ww Bia Sam. Twlca PaJljr
WPWW JEA.K BgOISHa FROfJCa
Porrcst hnppoai to bo less Interesting
that Paul Thompson, of "Tonight's tho
Night," that is mero accident.
Moro details aro forthcoming about
Oranvillo Harker's production of Greek
plays at tho University of Pennsylvania,
May S3 nnd 2d. An amphitheatre seating
10.000 pcoplo will bo erected In the Uni
versity Ilotnnlrnl Onrdons, curving In a
half clrclo about tho Greek temple, which
will form tho background to tho stage.
Tho netors will havo a spaco KO feet by
130 feet nt their command.
For tho production of "Iphlgenla In
Taiirli" Lilian McCarthy, Granvllla
Parker's wife, will take tho nnmo part,
and tho rest of tho cast will bo dis
tributed an follows: Orestes, Ian Ma
clnren; Tyladcs, Leonnrd "Wllley; ThoM,
Lionel Ilrahnm; Herdsman, Claudo Ilnlnsj
Messenger, Philip Merrlvalc, nnd tho
leader of the chorus, Mlsi Alma Krugcr.
Tho cast for "Tho Trojan Women" will
ho Lilian McCarthy. Hchuca: Edith
Wynno Matthlson, Andrnmacho; Chrystal
Heme, Cnsinndrea; Gladys Honson,
Helen: Lionel Ilrahnm, Poseidon; Ian
Mnclnrcn, Tnlthjbuls; Philip Merrlvalc,
Mcnclnus, nnd Alma. Krugcr, leader of
Tho management of tho Walnut has
something to nay In icgard to seasonal
Tho Walnut announces n summer
scnlo of prices for tho Ingorsoll
I'lnyors to go Into effect on Mondny.
During tho evening performances
there will be 1000 scats reserved nt
BO cents nnd 35 cents, with n few
nt 7G, nnd 500 unreserved nt 2B cents.
For tho Tuesdnv and Thursday mat
inees tho orchestrn will bo reserved
at Ii0 cents nnd tho clrclo and tho
balcony nt 2n cents. Tho nnmo trmt
lneo scalo will prevail nt tho Satur
day matinees with thn exception of
n few 7!i scats.
This afternoon there will bo other
changes In tho enst of "She's In Again."
Julia Ralph will mako a now Mrs.
Tnrtlton, and William ltossolle, who or
dinarily haB a passion for Impersonating
reporters, will replnco Mr. Aylsoworth
ns the hero.
Irvln Cobb has dono a war play. Tho
announcement Is not official yet, but
reliable sources near nroadway aver that
tho Selwyns will produce a mnrtlal
drama by tho humorist when ho returns
from his present expedition to tho front.
Tin. .iiuinn Rnmli ! rtntormlned. Her
American tour starts definitely on Sep
tember 20 at tho Now Amsterdam Thea
tre. Now York. During hor tour sho
will appear In "Jeanno Doro," by Tristan
Bernard; "Mnaamo jv, vicior xiuku s
"Lucrctla Borgia," "Cnmltle," "Phedro,"
"La Mort do Tlntagllc," by Maeterlinck,
and "Resurrection," by Batallle. "Jen
nie Dore" nnd tho last two plays nro
now In Bernhnrd't repertoire.
r i., tn.l', ,'l.l rM.tr. mtIiIM,
always ndvertlsos with a llttlo one-Inch
typewritten noto, says this week: "Seo
Fred Stono's now dance, Tho Monkey
Wrench. Montgomery and Stone, Chln-
"CENTRAL" HEARS ROBBERS
LOOTING HOSIERY PLANT
When Thoy Knock Down Phone, Girl
Notifies Police, Preventing Thefts.
Mlsa Henrletto Mtddleton, an operator
In tho north branch exchango of tho
Keystone Telcphono Compnny, frustrated
a robbery at tho Reliance Hosiery Com
pany's plant, 4345 Wakefield street, Ger
mnntown, early today, when Intruders
Inadvertently npprlscd tho young wom
an of their Intention to ransack tho
plnce. The robbers accidentally knocked
down a telcphono Instrument after break
ing Into tho establishment, and their
growls of alarm over their carelessness
were heard by Miss Mtddleton. who sent
word to tho Germantown police station.
This was tho second tlmo thieves had
notified tho north branch exchange of
their unlawful presence In patrons' of
fices. "Hang up that phone, quick. They're
wise already now I guess." That was
tho hoarse message that greeted the ear
of Miss Mtddleton when tho light of tho
wlro Into tho exchange from tho mill
flashed. Ilcmemberlng that Miss Vera
McMenamln, nnother operator in the
same exchange, stopped two men from
robbing the coal oltlco of Charles A.
Strouse. Scotts lane and Itldgo avenue,
about six weeks ago, tho young operator
Put tho robbers probably had also read
of Miss Mc'l.cnamln'a presence of mind,
which resulted In tho capture of tho man
that betrayed his presence. They failed
to wait for tho arrival of Lieutenant
Buohanan and a squad of police, and de.
parted without waiting to tnke along a
bag that they had tilled with valuable
goods. There was a largo amount of
money In the safe at the hosiery plant.
THE GREATEST BARGAIN
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Matinee Today, 2:15
Tonight at 8:15
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THE MARVELOl'3 CHIMPANZEE
B1XTV r.At'OHS BVERV MINUTE
PlUratlS t2AAA;st. UCraUl
HIOVMT "Vk "Tfi!ERSI 3 lET XUJ f7CV&V- WeStuLTJ
Revamps the Bible
Otin of tho mnnv funny scenes In tho
Scottish comedy, "Kilty MacKay," which
comes tn tho Adolplll Monday night, Is
tho Bceno where quick-wilted and "man
nglns" Kitty and slow-thlnklng "Mag"
Btnrt (o straighten out somo mysterlei
concerning tho Hlble.
Mag it's no fair making Christianity
llko walking a tightrope; ono topple and
over you go.
Kitty-Aye, nnd the other road so plrns
ant. Why wouldn't It bo a good Idoa for
you nnd mo to icwrlto tho weak parts?
Jtog It would tako time, hut I'd do It.
Kitty Yoti'ro right It would talo tlmo
thero nro a lot of things that need ex
plaining. Mag Tho first thing to bo ousted would
bo that Jonah tnlo. I nover could swal
low thnt fish Htory.
Kitty Nor I. Wo won't change tho
I2ngllt,h version, though; tho English
would believe anything, Tho next thing
to go would bo thoso brazen begnts.
Mag Good. Tho Hoods aro a bit over
done, don't you think?
Kitty Aye, a weo bit, but It's a tick
lish matter to tinker with tho flood.
Mag How about tho Gnrdon of Eden
talo? Will you tamper wltn that?
Kitty Well, wo must leave something
spicy or tho book'll nevor got read. Lis
ten, Mag, Adam and Hvo had two sons,
Mag Aye, Cain nnd Abel.
Kitty But no lassies.
Mag No, no lasslcfl.
Kitty Woll, who did tho Adams boys
marry nnd keep on populating tho
world? Will you tell mo that?
Mag Don't look at mo I had nothing
to do with their goings on.
Kitty Somo lasslo did. Somo lassie had
to to mako tho rest of tho Bible spin
Mag Jtaybo it was some huzzy neigh
bor. Kitty Oh, Magi Didn't you know thero
wna no ono born but tho Adamses?
Mng You'ro right, I'd forgotten
Kitty Perhaps wo had better not start
a scandal nt this lato date.
Mag You'ro euro ono of tho laddies
didn't marry a monkey In tho nrk.
You know somo sny wo como o'
Kitty I'd thought of that, and It
would solvo tho problem, If thero were
no Scots to bo considered.
Mag You'ro right. Tho raco would
havo been nil English In that case.
Kitty Maybe tho Scots wero foreigners
and camo later.
Mag I wish It could bo proved.
Kitty Leavo It to mo. I'm working on
THOROUGHBRED HORSES IN
PARADE AT WILMINGTON
1000 Animnls Scheduled to Appear in
WILMINGTON, Del., May 8.-TI1I3 Is
Horse Day here, and tho principal feature
will bo a parado this afternoon. Ono
thousand horses nro scheduled to take
Dr. James IX. IMnhaffey Is tho marshal
of tho heavy horses; Dr. H. P. Eves has
chargo of tho mntlneo horsos; Joseph II.
Gould, tho road horses, nnd L. Scott
Townsend, the snlddlo and show horses,
Ono of tho features In tho division of
heavy draught horses will bo a M-horso
team belonging to Conley Brothers, of this
city. Among tho mntlneo horses in lino
will he Harry J. S. and Joseph K S., the
fino racing horses belonging to Ilnrry J.
Stocckln. Another horso of Interest Is
Patsy K., owned by If. If. Luff, of Tnlley
vlllo. which has tho distinction or being
tho only horso which ever won n heat
from the famous Dan Patch.
Tho celebration will end this evening.
Of The Phila. County S. S. Assn.
BnOAD AND ALLEGHENY AVE.
Tuesday Evening, May 18
Chorui of 6000 Volcea Under Ltaderahlp
of mop. it c. Lincoln
rterved Sean on Sal at 1SU Arch St.
23o and Sua
ACADEMT Beau at lit
.tope's, HID Cneatnut.
tonight at 8:15
Conductor C. STANLEY MACKET
VICTOn HERBERT NIGHT
EMILY STOKES HACJAn. Soprano.
HERY UL'RNEY. Tnor
Prlce 19. '25. 80e. Tabid and nox Scati, TBo.
GARRICK Today 10c, 15c, 25c
CONTINUOUS 11 A. IL TO 11 V. M.
Wonderful Photo-Pity Produotlon
EDWARD ElIELDCWff MASTERPIECE-
THE NEW GOVERNOR
CHESTNUT STREET ora?IAJIJflB
Horn of World'f Qrtatitt Photoplayi
AfU.. 1 and 5 Evs., T and 0 10c, JBo, JSo
A. it TO II ?, II.
100 104 290
in Mj. itk'( Grtataat SuccaM
'OTf HIGH ROid'
?,.,, Thla 4 Next Week, Evja, at 8lW
rorreat mu. wd. & sat. at aiis
."" THE LADY IN RED
Pop Prii AVedneaday Mai Beat Stala 1 1 50.
BROAD Liut Matinee & Evg.
NedTvayburoa CMP'C IN AH AIM
Smart Comedy la w '.zzzzTzjL.
DUMONT'S uvuoktb minstreui
uiuil oTjr innaica era.
6?15B5t' 3?Bkk MffB jpjRjjffi2?'ISJFV
7 ,ni?I mmWm&mmk
IIJ:NnY JAMES OX TUB
rinsT night audiunoe
The omnium gatherum of the pop
ulation of a big, commercial city,
at the hour of tho day ivhcn their
taste is at its lowcnt, flocking out
of hlileoux hotels and restaurants,
gorged with food, stultified with
buying and selling and with all the
other sordid preoccupations of the
day, squeezed together in a swel
tering mass, disappointed In their
scats, timing the author, timing tho
actor, xclshlng to get their money
back on the spot, before tt o'clock.
Fancy putting the exquisite before
such a tribunal as thatl
when thero will bo a dinner given nt tho
Hotel dti Pont by tho horsemen. Thoy
will entertain a number of special guests,
among whom will bo W. II. Gocher, sec
letary of tho National Trotting Associa
tion. Tiio parndo will bo made nn annual
celebration In order to lncreaso Interest
In horses. The cntiro alTalr was In charge
of n committee composed of tho following1
widely Known citizens nnd horsemen:
l'reil Urady, Joseph Davidson, Grantley
P. Postles, Hamilton Stow art, H. J. Stld
ham, I.. Scott Townsend, 'William B. Aus
tin, General T. C. du Pont. John G. Hart
mnnn, "V. T. Lynam, Dr. W. P. Sillier,
11. J. Stoocklo. S. D. Townsend, S. D.
Townsend, Jr., James P. Winchester, J.
"Wirt Willis, V. C. Dovlno, Alexander F.
Crichton. Dr. II. II. Darlington, Dr. II. P.
'Eves. Dr. H. Garrett, C. AW Grllllth.
Thomas F. Lynoh, Dr. James It. Jlahaffy,
John S. McConnell, E. P. Jloody, J. C.
Bouldeu, Joseph II. Hosslnger, Joslah
JIarvcI, Charles G. Rupert, Paul E. Wil
son, B. F. Blackburn, C. C. Mnhonoy,
Joseph H. Gould, Jr., William P. Hawkins
and Joseph Q. Frock.
AN AMAZING ARRAY OF INTERNATIONAL FEATURES!
FIRST AMERICAN APPEARANCE IN TWO YEARS
The Inimitable Singing Comedienne With Original Songs
THE LAU01I WINNER FROM OKLAHOMA
TUP COWBOY COMEDIAN WITH THE COMEDY ROPE3
SAM MANN & CO.
PRESENTING A COMEDY-DRAMA, "LOTS AND LOT3 OF IT."
net i ui MMuiiBii in
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DARRELL & CONWAY
MYRL & DELMAR
I Showa Bally Matinee., s p. SI., So and BOc. NUlila, 8 P. M.. S5o to I 00
State Al. a Week In Advance. Pell. PUbert 3885 ile.lone, Iluce glSO.
A magnlncent Taceant in flv cplaodea and
live dancei, portraying the hletory of the part
played In lnl-3try by American women.
600 WOMEN IN CAST
TM wonderful Pateant ia held to further
the work or the Philadelphia. Vacation Com
mittee, which aaaleta worklnr cirla to aecura
idequate vacation.. Thera will ta but ONB
SATURDAY,, MAY- 8TH
8:15 P. M.
Broad Street and Allegheny Avenue)
8BATS WOn 18,000
ADMISSION. ,,...., 5c, 6Qc and H
Will s. ' N -. , 1'J 1 v 9
WOODSIDE PARK OPENS
Popular Amusement Resort Renews
Summer Activities Tonight.
This Is opening day nt Woodslde Park
and tho popular resort emerges from Us
eight months' hibernation with many
Improvements nnd new amusement de
vices. Tho formal opening will be held
this evening, when n myriad of lights will
Hash from tho many-shaped buildings,
sweet strains of musio will roll through
Its dales nnd over Its wooded hills nnd
mtnglo with tho Joyous laughter of a
Preparations havo been made to handle
n big crowd, nnd tho proprietors of n
scoro of scenic railways, carousscls and
other standard amusements nro ready to
reap their harvest of nickels nnd dimes.
Special features havo been arranged for
tho enjoyment of persons of nil ages; par
ticular attention has been given to the
dnnco program, and tho visitors will seo
tho park as thoy havo been accustomed
to seo It In midsummer.
AND TWELFTH STS.
rturmtisaquH AQUATIC FEATS
REYNOLDS & DONEGAN
HENRY G. RUDOLF
The Walnut $d$h
. t3o to 11.00
Tuee. A Thure. Slate. 25o and 50c.
Saturday Itattnee, Z8e. 60c, T5e.
A BPIJENI3IP OHCirBHTltA
The lloat Dellf btful ot Modern Comadlea,
NUW PHI01SS NlxbU, T8e, Mo, Ue, Ho.
Tut. A 'Xliura. ilate. Orch. SOc. Clr. A
Gal. tie. Sat. Slat., 9 Ilune, 73c. 400
Onli. Beata at SOe. Hal. BOo and 85e.
TODAY, "IVArcy of Th tluaTila"
WITHBRSI-OON UALL. Tuaaday Evf . May 11
Florenca XXiniJTrWI AM "rpt 4
. ' - SrJli-A' "A FMaipt
THE NEW WEEK
A.DRLPM "Kitty MacKay," with Irene
ny iaiiieriiio v.iuniivmi u,ir,. . - -
through most of last season
FOnitKST "The Lady In lied," with
Valll Valll. A new musical comedy
with a lady's portrait for a plot. Tuno
ful iuubIo, welt sung, but tho book not
so amusing ns might be.
LYlttC "Tonight's tho Night," with Em
my Wehten, Maurice Fnrkoa and an
oxcellont English cast. Delightful, ro
flnod nnd frosh as nn English daisy.
Tho good old plot of "Pink Dominoes,'
V700DSIDE PAItK (beginning today)
"Tho Chocolate Soldier" with a mu
sical stock company headed by Madgo
Caldwell. Oscar Strnus' masterpiece
of light opera rovlvod at tho opening
of a musical stock season at Wood
WALNUT "Tho Rainbow." with William
Ingnrsoll nnd bin new stock company.
A. E. Thomas' sentimental comedy of
father nnd daughter reunited, which
Henry Miller and Ruth Chatterton
nctcd two seasons ngo.
KEITH'S Grnco La Hue, the singing co
modlonno; Will Rogers, the Oklahoma
Scottish pattern, has a. deep, dark mystery surrounding her birth. After con?
sldcrnblo tribulation, much of It comlo In tho engaging manner of "Bunty,"-.ifl
In satisfactorily adjusted nnd lovo wins. New York applauded the conulJ
GS?IC .? HUE S . l
ADELPHI SSSS Peg O'My Heart
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eMl5otop5t,!5nnT'ov5?,a . wtttrt tor U. FW
A comedy of life In ScotUnii
naglng lass," after n, ronuli
- - ,
cowboy; Sam Mann, In "Lots and Led
or it"; tno hix water Lilies, DeniM
. :-T.t. -i.t w.Tnl """"'" ni
ivunuiun ,iiiu aiumiu uuimgan. on roHfi
skates; Emily Darrell and Charlti
fTnnwntr. rnmrllfinii TTfiif n w.
dolph, tenor; Myrl nnd Delmar, uih
motion pictures. ii
NIXON'S ORAND Trovato, vlotlnUtiJ
tho Eleotrlcal Venus; "Lady Betty!
chlmnnnzee: Innss nnrt Tlvnn .il'. ?
tho Lnngdons, In "On tho Boulevard"!
Arthur Stewart and Hazel Keelty
rlntiAHM n rtr lilt rrVilnrv MHlakA .
D Uil O.Vr'S Dumont'a Minstrels In tbel
last week of their season. The trad. 3
Ing stnmp riot will come In for bur. fl
nnd "Tho Illrldlo-Dook Wedding."
WOODSIDE PARK "Tho Red Widow."
with tho resident company. Raymond'
itucncucit a Buttcea rcvivea at tha
AT TIW V. or P. "Iphlgenla 6f Tan.
rls," Euripides' drama, In a Prodis
tlon by tho distinguished English dl
rector, Granvlllo Barker.
AT THE V OF P "Tho Trojan Women,"
Euripides' tragedy of war's horrora.
with Llllnh McCarthy, Edith Wynne
Matthlson, Chrystal Ilcarno and atadyi
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Lady in Red" as sho is pictured
by do Zayas in "Vaudeville."
(Mitchell Kennerley, New York.)
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