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SWEET MAUDE ADAMS IN "PETER PAN"
P BylAunt Gertie.
Isn't thisQUite the prettiest pic
ture you "ever sawboys and girls7
Doesn't it .make you thmk of elfs
and goblins and fairies and woods
Guess who it is'
If you Lave" ever seen the charm
ing children's playrover which grown
folks sing many praises, too, you will
For the benefit" of those boys and
girjs whOL&aye not yetha4 a c&ance
to see this lovely play, I'll tell the an
It is "MAUDE ADAMS, the most
universally beloved-actress in Amer
ica, as she looks when playing the
part of "PETER PAN!"
'Peter Pan" is a fairy story, chil-fiC
dren It was written to make us all
see and love the happy things in lifeA
Everything m it makes you feel
joyful , 3
I might tell you the story. But I
think- jt will be much nicer for you t9
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