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dramatic form, without delay. A play based on the case of Leo M. Frank, convicted in Atlanta of the murder of a young girl, is playing to capacity, in the Yiddish language, at the Gfand Music Hall. Thejnece concludes with the vindication of "Frank, who is por trayed by Wm. Siegel, author of the play. There are loud cheers for the hero and hisses for his enemies. Hammerstein's, home of the talk ing dog and the wrestling cheese, makes an unusual departure in the presentation of a "domestic problem play," by Rev. A. J. Waldron, an En glish vicar, entitled "Should a Wo man Tell?" The problem presented is whether a woman need confess her past, if she has one, to her fiance. Russ Whytal heads the cast as a clergyman who advises a girl not to confess and bit terly assails the man who asks it of her. HE FOOTWORK AS BOXER CONVINCED HIM COULD DANCE NOW HE'S CHAMPION San Francisco, Cal. From a $10 preliminary boxer to one of the high est salaried dancers in the world is quite a transition, but that is what has befallen Dick Wheeler, former rubber for Battling Nelson, Freddie Welsh and other prominent boxers, within the short space of nine months. Convinced that as a boxer he was a very good dancer, Wheeler fore swore the gloves for the pumps when the dancing craze hit the country. He secured an engagement as a Tex as Tommy dancer that took him to New York, where in a tournament held in the Winter Garden, he won the world's championship as a tango dancer. Going abroad with Gertrude Dolan as his dancing partner, he was given a booking mat will take him around the world, consuming two years' time. He has toured South Africa, England, Ireland, France and Germany and now is in Russia. Nor way, Sweden, Finland, Turkey, India, Australia, China, Japan, the Philip pines and Honolulu are in the itiner ary and the trip will end here. o o THE WRONG KIND Brown Anything in the way of new suiting for me round at your Dick Wheeler and His Dancing Part- snop: ner, Gertrude Dolan. Tauor Nothing but your last bill o o- and that's m the way of a new suit London't weekly coal- pile is 327.- untii it is settled! i nnn tons.