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Seen a big drawing card ever since
hey opened several weeks ago. Dis
atches from London say that Eve-
n is booked for Paris, Berlin, Vien
na, Copenhagen and other European
pitals after she -finishes in the Brit
Mrs. Thaw is reported to have
grown thinner of late. She took on
considerable embonpoint during the
first few years after she faded out of
the limelight. Perhaps her dancing
has had something to do with the
return of her girlish figure. The
dance she does with Clifford is re
ported to be exceedingly strenuous.
If she really is to appear on the
stage in this country, Mrs. Thaw
must be given credit for doing some
good press agent work for herself
in advance of her trip.
She recently gave out an interview
in which she asserted that she was
going to ask an annulment of her
marriage to Thaw and would enforce
whatever financial demands she
might have to make through her lit
tle son, of whom, she declares, Harry
-Thaw is the father.
Evelyn no wcalls herself Miss Nes
bit She is living in London with
Theodora Gerard, an actress who has
had a great deal of publicity in New
"York and who is also appearing' at
Retgdk things as he
BULL POUTS' SONGS WRECK
REST OF UNMUSICAL HUMANS
Bellevue, O., July 11. Their van
ity ungratified by several vaudeville
offers which have been extended to
the singing fish of Bellevue, 0., the
residents of that town continue in
their protests against the nightly
warbling of subterranean bull pout.
These .cultured fish live in under
ground streams and come to the sur
face of cisterns and pools to sing. As
yet they have not taken up ragtime or
cabaret music, but chant what is de
scribed as a sweet, haunting melody.
Angry and unmusical citizens are
meeting to discuss ways and means
of giving these irritating vocalists
TEST OF GREATNESS .
"Was Alexander great, papa?
My teacher told us so."
"Well, Willie, dear," his pa replied,
"Not so far as I know.
At least he hasn't done stunts for
The moving picture show."