1910 - 1911Ellen Terry lecture tour of North America
21 November 1910

Triumphant Heroines of Shakespeare

Location Garrick Theatre, Philadelphia, USA

Programmes

1. Programme

Date 21 November 1910
Production Date(s) Monday November 21 [1910]
Venue Garrick Theatre
Venue address Philadelphia [USA]
Time of performance 2.30pm
Document ID ET-D762 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Handbill for Ellen Terry's Shakespeare lectures, with some authorial assistance from Christopher St John.

2. Programme

Date 21 November 1910
Production Date(s) Monday November 21st [1910]
Venue Garrick Theatre
Venue address Philadelphia [USA]
Time of performance 2.30pm
Document ID ET-D763 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Ryan's Theatrical Programme.
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Vol. VII Ryan's Programme No. 12 of all Theatres, Operas, Entertainments, etc. Issues at Theatre Ticket Office. The Bellevue-Stratford Week commencing Nov. 21 1910. Best seats and boxes for Any Theatre in the World. Ryan's Theatre Ticket Offices: The Bellevue-Stratford. St. James Hotel, Real Estate Trust Bldg. Majestic Hotel, Rittenhouse Hotel, Kugler's Restaurant, Café L'Aiglon. Bell Phone, Private Branch Exchange 12-00 Locust. Keystone Race 9-99, 9-77. Special Notice – All our Branch Offices, the leading Clubs, Cafes and Theatres are connected by private direct telephones to the Bellevue-Stratford, our Main Office, for the immediate supply of Seats and Boxes in the most approved location for all amusements. Press of John R. Mcfetridge & Sons, Phila.

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2. Ryan's Theatrical Programme Metropolitan Opera House Broad and Poplar Streets. Special Engagement Extraordinary En Tour. New York Hippodrome Direction Messrs. Shubert. Wonder Show of the World. Direct, Complete, Undiminished from the Earth's Greatest Playhouse. Musical Comedy Spectacle Ballet Circus and Marceline, Monarch of Mirth. Matinees Daily at 2.15. Every Evening at 8.15. Seats and boxes now on sale. Best seats and boxes for all Theatres. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. 3. Broad St. Theatre Broad St., South of Locust Nixon & Zimmerman Broad Street Theatre Company, Frank Nirdlinger – Bus. Mgr. Eve., 8.15. Mats. Wed. and Sat., 2.15. Matinee Thanksgiving Day. Charles Frohman Presents Miss Marie Doro In the New Play "Electricity" In Three Acts, Occurring in Manhattan and the Bronx. By William Gillette. Cast, Duncan K. Twimbly – Oliver D. Byron, Samuel Twimbly – Edwin Nicander, James Hollenden – Shelley Hull, Emeline Twimbly – Marie Doro, Ruth Draycott – Ann Murdock, A. Boker – Harry Barfoot, Ninette – L. de Bellefraie, Thomas Brockway – Francis D. McGinn, Mary Brockway – Mrs. Thos. Whiffen, Bill Brockway – Henry Hall, Joe Mathison – Allan Fawcett, Jennie Parks – Elsa Berold. Lyric Theatre Broad and Cherry Streets Sam S. and Lee Shubert (Inc.) Walter Sanford – Manager. Eve., 8.15 Mats. Wed. and Sat., 2.15. Matinee Thanksgiving Day. Henry W. Savage Offers. Madame X. A Drama in a Prologue and Three Acts. Cast. Rose – Martha Oatman, Dr. Chesnel – Charles J. Wilson, Louis Floriot – Boyd Nolan, Jacqueline – Dorothy Donnelly, Noel – Robert Paton Gibbs, Laroque – Malcolm Williams, Victor – Harry C. Bradley, Perissard – W. H. Deny, Merivel – Maurice Drew, Marie – Burnette Radcliffe, Helene – Cecil Kern, Raymond Floriot – William Elliott, Clerk of Court – Frank Wright, President of Court. Chas. – H. Henderson, Fontaine – Thomas Dennison, Valmorin – John McKee, An Usher of the Assize Court – Edward Harris, Foreman of the Jury – Neil. S. Kelly, Judges, Court Stenographers, Gendarmes, Jury, Hotel Servants and Public. Best Seats and Boxes for all Theatres.

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4. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. Chestnut St. Opera House Chestnut St., West of Tenth, Zimmerman & Nixon. Chestnut Street, Opera House Co. Eve., 8.15. Mats. Wed. and Sat., 2.15. Matinee Thanksgiving Day. F. Ziegfeld, Jr.'s, Best Revue. Follies of 1910. In Three Acts and Thirteen Scenes. Cast. Stage Manager – Mitchell Harry Watson, Musical Director – Levi George Bickel, Stage Doorkeeper, Jerome Van Norden, Miss Pansy Perkins – Fanny Brice, Weston – William C. Shrode, Mazie Muggs – Evelyn Carlton, Saide Spooner – Trixie Cadiz, Song, "Goodby, Becky Cohen" (Berlin) – Fanny Brice, Flossie Frost – Vera Maxwell, Flossie's Mother – Arline Boley, Iona Carr – Shirley Kellogg, Towne Duer – Dudley Oatman, A Waiter – Peter Swift, Andy C – A. Devlin, The Office Boy, "The Common People" – Max Scheck, Dick the Rat – George Bickel, Song, "Love Is Just the Thing for You." Lillian Lorraine, Jack Johnson's Double – Bert Williams, Jim Heffries – in his mind – Billie Reeves, A Promoter – John Quigg, A Moving Picture Man – A. Nickerson, An Announcer – Wm. Lucke, An Ex-Pug – Jacques Kruger, Song, "Mr. Earth and His Comet Love" (Edwards) – Lilian St. Clair, Smiley, a publisher – Bobby North. Adelphi Theatre Broad and Cherry Streets Shubert Theatrical Company Adolphe Mayer – Manager. Eve., 8.15. Mats. Thurs. and Sat, 2.15. Matinee Thanksgiving Day. For the First Time in Philadelphia WM. Hodge. (Liebler & Co., Managers) In the Success of the Century "The Man From Home" by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson. Cast. Daniel Voorhees Pike – Wm. Hodge. The Grand Duke Vasili Vasilivitch – Henry Jewett, The Earl of Hawcastle, Herbert McKenzie, The Hon. Almeric St. Aubyn, Echlin P. Gayer, Ivanoff – Henry Harmon, Horace Granger-Simpson – Geo. Le Guere, Ribiere – Antonio Salerno, Mariano – Anthony Asher, Michele – Alfred Ferraro, Carabiniere – A. Montegriffo, Second Carabiniere – Edward Ferraro, Porter – Cira Farone, Valet De Chambre – C. L. Felter, Ethel Granger-Simpson – Madeline Louis, Comptesse De Champigny – Alice Johnson, Lady Creech – Ida Vernon. Best seats and boxes for all Theatres. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. 5. Garrick Theatre Chestnut St., East of Broad, Frank Howe, Jr. – Manager, Frank G. Zimmerman – Bus. Manager. Eve., 8.15. Mats. Wed. and Sat., 2.15. Matinee Thanksgiving Day. Charles Frohman Presents "Arsene Lupin". A Play in Four Acts with William Courtenay. Cast. Duke of Charmerace. William Courtenay, Guerchard – Sidney Herbert, Mons. Gournay-Martin – Charles Harbury, Examining Magistrate – Arthur Elliot, The Commissary of Police, J. Palmer Collins, Charolais – William E. Bonney, Charolais' Sons – Hippolyte – Lawrence C. Knapp, Anastase – Maurice Sloan, Bernard – J. Crosney Davidson, Jean – Edgar Stehli, Firmin – Guy Nichols, The Janitor – Louis Eagan, Detectives – Boursin – J. Davis, Bonavert – Hollister Pratt, Dieusy – Louis Albert, Police Agent – Joseph Robinson, Alfred – James Smith, The Locksmith – H. Deane, Clerk of the Court – William Jones, Sonia Kritchnofe – Desmond Kelley, Germaine – Virginia Hammond, Victoire – Lena Halliday, The Janitor's Wife – Frances Comstock, Friends of Germaine, Jeanne – Ida Greeley Smith, Marie – Grace V. Walsh, Irma – May Gayler. Forrest Theatre Broad and Sansom Streets. Nixon & Zimmerman Theatre Co. Thomas M. Love – Bus. Mgr. Eve., 8.15. Mats. Wed. and Sat., 2.15. Matinee Thanksgiving Day. Klaw & Erlanger's Production of Edmund Day's Play "The Round Up". A Drama of Life on the Great Ranges of Arizona. Cast. "Slim' Hoover – Rapley Holmes, Jack Payson – Mitchell Harris, Dick lane – Joseph M. Lothian, Bud Lane – Sidney P. Cushing, Jim Allen – Ernest Allen, Sage Brush Charlie – William Conklin, Fresno – S. L. Richardson, Show Low – James Asburn, Parenthesis – Jacques Martin, Buck McKee – Ogden Crane, Peruna – W. N. Bailey, Timber Wiggins – "Texas" Cooper, Rev. Samuel Price – Edward F. Settle, Echo Allen – Grace Benham, Josephine – Mattie Edwards, Polly Hope – Paula Gloy, Cow Punchers – "Texas" Cooper, Charles Aldridge, Steve Bailey, Jim Asburn, Joseph McArdle, Robert Rawlins, Bill Lothrop. Soldiers, Scouts, Vaqueros, Indians, Arizona Girls, etc. Best seats and boxes for all theatres.

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6. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. New Walnut St. Theatre. Ninth and Walnut Streets. Frank Howe, Jr. – Manager, Eve., 8.15. Mats. Wed. and Sat., 2.15. Matinee Thanksgiving Day. Maurice Campbell Presents. Henrietta Crosman in "The Duchess of Suds". A slightly historical drama, by Miriam Michelson. Cast. Marques Ramon Iriarte – Effingham Pinto, Senor Alderete – Alexander Calvert, Hille – Alice Baxter, Miguel – Orrin Johnson, Soldier – Carl. M. Harbaugh, Barbara – Miss Crosman, Father Julian – Charles W. Greene, Gabrielle – Herbert Percy, Admiral Y'Loinaz – Alfred Hilton, General Quesada – Stephen Wright, Countess Egdon – Nora Donar, Senora Quesada – Emelyn Field, Senora Y'Loinaz – Augusta B. Scott, Count Egdon – Sheridan Block – Capt. Bustmante – F. Owen Baxter, Las Casas – Charles Stowe. Keith's Chestnut Street Theatre, Chestnit St., West of 11th. Evening, 8 sharp. Matinee, daily at 2. McIntyre and Heath Presenting "The Georgia Minstrels" Al. White's "Jolly Jiggers" "Tomfooleries of Vaudeville". The Three Nevaros The Acme of Equilibrists in a Pantomimic Novelty. E. Frederick Hawley Frances Haight & Co. In a Thrilling Episode of the Western Plains. Edward F. Reynard presenting His Famous Mechanical Figures. "The Brainstorm Comedian and the Telephone Girl" Johnnie Neff and Carrie Starr, Edwards, Van and Tierney "The Rollocking Ragtimers from the West" The Greatest Children's Feature Ever Seen. Howard's Musical Ponies. Best seats and boxes for all Theatres. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. 7. Chestnut Street Theatre, Chestnut St., West of 12th Grant Laferty – Manager, Matinee Daily, 2.15. Evening, 8.15. The Orpheum Players Present, "A Milk White Flag". A Satirical Comedy in Three Acts by The Late Charles H. Hoyt. Cast. Chritian Berriel – George D. Parker, Paul Baring – Grant Hamilton, Howard Hooper J. – Anthony Smythe, Mark Toombs – Wilmer Walter, Phil. Graves – Edwin Middleton, Steele Ayres – Ralph Gordon, A. Light Foote – Albert W. Newman, A. J. Willing Singer – Chas. M. Stuart, Carrie Flag – Yvette Rugel, Vivandiere A. – Mabel Shearer, Vivandiere B – Helen Harbison, Messenger Boy No. I. – Mary Rudisill, Messenger Boy No. 2. – Josephine Bickel, Captain of the Drum Corps, Edith Edwards, First Drummer Boy – Anna MacDonald, Second Drummer Boy – Evelyn Connor. Garrick Theatre, Chestnut St., East of Broad, Frank Howe, Jr. – Manager, Frank G. Zimmerman – Bus. Manager. Monday Afternoon, November 21st at 2.30. Ellen Terry on Shakespeare's Heroines with illustrative acting. One appearance only in Philadelphia booking orders now. Nixon Theatre, fifty-second & market Sts. "Where the Car Lines Meet." Will open Mon., November 21st Vaudeville at its best. Best seats and boxes for all Theatres.

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8. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. Metropolitan Opera House. Broad and Poplar Streets. Philadelphia Season of Grand Opera. Opens Tuesday evening, December 13, 1910, with the Metropolitan Opera Company Giulo Gatti Cassazza, General Manager. Eight Tuesday Nights, as follows: Dec. 13, 20, 27, 1910, Jan. 10, Feb. 14, Mar. 28, April 4 and 11, 1911. Philadelphia-Chicago Opera Company opens Friday evening, January 20, 1911. Andreas Dippel, General Manager, Season of eleven weeks. Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, and Saturday Matinees. Bernhard Ulrich, Business Manager. Philadelphia Representative: Alfred Hoegerle. Booking Orders now. Best seats and boxes for all Theatres. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. 9. Academy of Music Broad and Locust Streets. Burton Holmes Travelogues. Magnificently Illustrated Colored Views and Motion Pictures. Passion Play, 1910 (Oberammergau) Friday Evening, November 25, at 8.15. Saturday Matinee, November 26, at 2.30. Academy of Music Broad and Locust Streets. Tuesday Evening, November 29th At. 8.15. Walter Wellman and Melvin Vaniman will tell the marvellous story of the 1,008-mile voyage between sea and sky of The Airship "America" graphically illustrated with Motion Pictures and Photographic Views. Academy of Music Broad and Locust Streets. Philadelphia Orchestra Eleventh Season Carl Pohlig, Conductor (85 Musicians) Third Popular Concert, Wednesday Evening, November 23, 1910, at 8.15. Soloist: Herman Sandby, Violoncellist Principal ‘Cellist, The Philadelphia Orchestra. Seventh Pair of Symphony Concerts, Friday Afternoon at 3, Saturday Evening at 8.15, November 25 and 26, 1910. Henry Hadley, Visiting Conductor. 1. Ludwig van Beethoven, Overture, "Coriolanus," Op. 62, 2. Peter I. Tschaikowsky, Symphony, "Manfred," Op. 58 (After Byron's Dramatic Poem) 3. Henry Hadley, Rhapsody, "The Culprit Fay," Op. 62 (After Joseph Rodman Drake's Poem) (First Time) Conducted by the Composer. 4. Hector Berlioz, Overture, "Le Carnaval Romain," Op. 9. Academy of Music Broad and Locust Streets. Wednesday Afternoon, November 23d 3 o'clock. Josef Hofmann, Second Piano Recital. Management Quinlan International Musical Agency, New York. Best seats and boxes for all theatres.

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10. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. National Theatre. Callowhill and Tenth Sts. Joseph M. Kelly – Manager. Evenings, 8.15. Matinees Daily. The White Capitve. The Girard. Girard Ave. and Seventh St. Kaufman & Miller – Lessees and Mgrs. Vaudeville and Pictures. Grand Opera House Broad & Montgomery Ave. Stair & Havlin – Managers, W. D. Wegefarth – Bus. Manager, Evening 8.15. Mats., Tues., Thurs. and Sat., 2.15 The Rosary. Deutsches Theater, Franklin Str. Und Girard Av. Direction – Max Hanisch. Monday Night, November 21, and Saturday Matinee, November 26 – "Der Neffe als Onkel." Tuesday Night, November 22, Thursday night, November 24, and Saturday night, November 26 – Flotow's Grand Opera "Martha." Wednesday Night, November 23 – "Die Memorien des Teufels." Comedy. Thursday Afternoon (Holiday Matinee) – "The Happy Dutchman." Friday Night, November 25 – "Die Memorien des Teufels." Trocadero Theatre Arch Street, Above Tenth. Sam. M. Dawson – Manager. Evenings, 8.15. Mats. Daily, 2.15 p.m. The Tiger Lillies. Eleventh St. Opera House below Market Street. Dumont's Minstrels. New Gayety Eigth Street, below Vine. The Columbian Amusement Co. Famous Cracker Jacks. The Casino Walnut St., West of Eigth. Elias & Koenig – Props. and Mgrs. Evenings, 8.15. Matinees Daily, 2.15. Girls from Happyland. WM. Penn Theatre. Lancaster Ave., between 40th and 41st. Vaudeville. Best seats and boxes for all Theatres. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. Coming Attractions. Plays that are booked for an early hearing in Phialdelphia Theatres. Broad Street Theatre November 28 and December 5, 12. 19- "Hans, the Flute Player." Forrest Theatre, November 28 and December 5 – Victor Moore in "The Happiest Night of His Life." December 12 and 19 – Richard Carle in "Jumping Jupiter." Chestnit Street Opera House, November 28 and December 5. 12 – Aiegfeld's Greatest Revue, Follies of 1910." December 19 and 26 – "The Dollar Princess." Adelphi Theatre. November 28 and December 5 – William Hodge in "The Man from Home." Lyric Theatre November 28 and December 5 "Madame X." December 12, 19 – Marie Cahill in "Judy Forgot." Garrick Theatre November 28 and December 5 – "The Lily." Walnut Street Theatre, November 28 – Henrietta Crisman in "The Duchess of Suds." December 5, 12 – Helen Ware in "The Deserter." December 19, 26 – Chauncey Olcott. Best seats and boxes for all Theatres.

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12. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. New York Theatres. By special arrangements, we can insure our patrons the best seats and boxes for all New York Theatres. Following are the attractions scheduled for the week of November 21, 1910: Astor – "The Girl in the Taxi", Bikou – Thomas Jefferson in "The Other Fellow", Broadway – Marie Cahill in "Judy Forgot", Belasco – "The Concert", Casino – Sam Bernard, In "He Came from Milwaukee." Comedy – William Collier In "I'll Be Hanged If I Do" – Circle – "Mother", City – Bessie McCoy In "The Echo", Criterion – "The Commuters", Daly's - "Baby Mine", Empire – John Drew in "Smith", Gaiety, "Get Rich Quick Wallingford", Garrick – Kyrle Bellew In "The Speckled Band", Globe – Adeline Genee in "The Bachelor Belles" Grand Opera House, Robert Hilliard In "A Fool There Was" Hackett – Douglass Fairbank, In "The Cub", Herald Sqaure – Lulu Glaser in "The Girl and the Kaiser." Hippodrome, "The Ballet of Niagra" "The Earthquake" Hudson – Blanche Bates In "Nobody's Widow", Knickerbocker – Julia Neilson In "The Scarlet Pimpernel", Liberty – "The Country Boy", Lyric – "Madame Troubadour", Lyceym, "The Importance of Being Earnest", Majestic – "The Blue Bird", Manhattan, "Hans, the Flute Player", Maxine Elliott – "The Gamblers", New Amsterdam, "Madame Sherry". New Theatre, "The Merry Wives of Windsor", Nazimova – Mr. Weedon Grossmith, New York – Mlle. Ella Trentini In "Naughty Marietta", Republic, "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farms". Wallacks – May Irwin In "Getting a Polish", Weber's – Kitty Gordon In "Alma, Where Do You Live?" West End – H. NB. Warner In "Alias Jimmy Valentine." Best seats and boxes for all Theatres. Ryan's Theatrical Programme 13. Bellevue-Stratford Ball Room. James Leddy Pequignot will present The Player's Club of Philadelphia in "Christopher, Jr." A Comedy, by Madeline Lucette Ryley, Thursday Evening, December 1, 1910. For the Benefit of the Country Home for Poor Children at Port Kennedy, Pa. Friday Evening, December 2d at 9 o'clock. "The Authors' Festival" A Costume Ball. To benefit the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art. Bellevue-Stratford Ball Room. Monday Evening, November 21st at 8.30 O'clock, Frances Groff Sime Announces the American Debut of Lina Sarti, Lyric Soprano, Aristide Morano Tenor with Henry Gruhler at the Piano. Wednesday Evening, November 23d at 8.15. Univeristy of Pennsylvania Combined Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs Annual Thanksgiving Eve Concert Largest College Musical Club 75 College Men. Seats now on sale. Friday Afternoon, November 25, 1910 at 3 o'clock. Pictured songs and Tableaux arranged by Miss E. Fisher Accompanied by Mrs. E. Gillespie, in aid of Jefferson Maternity Hospital and Nurses' Home. Best Seats and Boxes for All Theatres.

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14. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. Football, Franklin Field, 33D and Spruce Streets University of Pennsylvania, Schedule for 1910. Thursday, November 24th At 2 p.m. (Thanksgiving Day). Pennsylvania vs Cornell. Saturday, November 26th at 2 p.m. West Point vs. Annapolis at Franklin Field. Boxing. National Athletic Club Eleventh and Catharine Sts. Special Show, Thanksgiving Afternoon, at 2.30 Saturday Evening Regular Show. West End Athletic Club 40th and Market Sts. Monday Evening First-Class Bouts. Broadway Athletic Club 15th St. and Washington Ave. Thursday Evening All Good Bouts. Nonpareil Athletic Club, Kensington Ave. and Ontario St. Friday Evening. First-class bouts. Best seats and boxes for all Theatres. Ryan's Theatrical Programme 15. Information to our Patrons special notice – owing to occasional alterations which occur after this Programme is printed, the proprietor will not hold himself responsible for any consequences whatever arising from inaccuracies. W. J. Ryan. To insure delivery of Programme, notify us promptly of any change of address. Best seats and boxes are always to be had at our various offices for all Theatres and current amusements. Information concerning Theatres or theatricals may be had on application. Tickets delivered to all parts of the city free of charge. Seats secured in the most approved locations for any Theatre in the world. Mail, telephone, telegraph and cable orders given special attention. Opera glasses and umbrellas to hire. Our Entertainment Department furnishes music and talent of every description. Estimates on application. We have always on hand a complete line of the latest and most popular books, magazines, periodicals, etc.; also the leading newspapers of the principal cities of the United States and Canada. This programme of Amusements will be mailed to your address weekly on application at any of our offices. Entertainment Department. Hungarian String and Bass Orchestras for At-Homes, Receptions, Clubs, Dances Charitable or Private Entertainments also Motion Pictures. Arrangements on Application. Entertainments, large or small, will be given prompt attention. Estimates Furnished. Best Seats and Boxes for All Theatres.

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16. Ryan's Theatrical Programme. Ryan's List of New and Popular Books for Sale at all our Stands. The Man in the Mirror – Hudson Douglass, Love in the Weaving – Mrs. Othwein, The Garden of Fate – Roy Norton, The Key to Yesterday – Charles Neville Buck, The Rose in the Ring – George Barr McCutcheon, The Mystery of the Green Heart – Max Pemberton, The Open Door – Earle Ashley Walcott, The Red Blooded – Edward B. Warman, The Doctor's Lass – Edward C. Booth, The Varmint – Own Johnson, The Martydrom of Man – Winwood Reade, Ailsa Paige – Robert W. Chambers, A Successful Wife – G. Dorset, Once Upon a Time – Richard Harding Davis, The Window at the White Cat – Mary Roberts Rinehart, The Lead of Honour – Norval Richardson, The Motor Maid – C. N. and A. M. Williamson, The Fruit of Desire – Virginia Demarest, The Garden at No. 19 – Edgar Jepson, Celt and Saxong – George Meredith, The Dazzling Miss Dawson – Florence Warden, Poppy – Cynthia Stockley, Simon the Jester – W. J. Locke, Whirlpools – Henryk Sienkiewicz, The Rosary – Florence H. Barclay, Nathan Burke – Mary S. Watts, A Splendid Hazard – Harold MacGrath, The Silent Call – Edwin Milton Royle, A Life for a Life – Robert Herrick, The O'Flynn – Justin Huntly McCarthy, The Wild Olive – Anonymous, The Illustrious Prince – E. Phillips Oppenheim, The Eternal Fires – Victoria Cross, Going Some – Rex Beach, Sally Bishop – E. Temple Thurston, Kilmeny of the Orchard – L. M. Montgomery, Danbury Rodd, Aviator – Frederick Palmer, Bianca's Daughter – Justus Miles Forman, The Theif of Virtue – Eden Phillpotts, The Ramrodders – Holman Day. Best Seats and Boxes For All Theatres.

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