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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 20, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 9

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New York, Sept. 20. Why
are Anna's stocking worth
Because they are adorned
with a multitude of dia
monds, of varying sizes,
whose mountings are sewn
fast to the hosiery.
Miss Held is the latest
luminary to be added to the
, vaudeville firmament, and
she is soon going to twinkle
over the country, diamond
socks and all, under the
management of John Cort..
It wasn't long in coming
another play with a scene
laid in a disorderly house.
"The Lure" set a fashion
which, all signs indicate, is
going to be followed quite
extensively this season.
This new "shocker" is
"The Fight," by Bayard
Veiller, who achieved fame
at a bound as the author of
"Within the Law." It has as
its heroine a woman bank
president, who aspires to
become mayor of a Colorado
town. Its third act is great,
thrilling in incident and in
climax, and is almost suffi
cient of itself to make the
play a success!
The second act, however
the one whose scene is
laid in a- resort is unques
tionably repulsive. The
meeting of a father and
daughter in this place is re-
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