Large mil. band library. 400 big journals; all the great works of every kind, and other items; great bar gain; also some orch. works, bells, cases, crates. Ac. Write. HART. Willoughbyrd.. Acton. W. 3. ¥ OVELY Old-World Garden Setting, complete: Backing. Front Cut. 2 Wings, and S
CONCERT PARTIES AT WORK. Summits. Albrrt Lyon personally directing concert party, the Summits, Leslie's Kuaholme Pavilion, Manchester, this week. The c« mbination well-known and come one. and their busine « clever and up to date. Old friends are recognia.-d amonsc Gladys Wayne.
Correct Poise Asset. There i» doubt whatever that, from every point of view, to walk a big asset. People who slouch are rarely mentally alert. A well-poised body usually meaus a well-poised mind, aod it would better if some actresses spent a little less attention the dresesa they
to his calling, that to his manager, and many other things to his Union. By Union—that is his Association—the touring manager is The Standard pledged to one thing at least—he must abide the Contract. Standard Contract penalty of expulsion. And, as things are. what would that mea
Occasionally, however, father fares better, and this generally at the hands of ventriloquists, particularly when the ventriloquists introduce little children into their performances. M ilson Hallett, for instance, when 1 saw him lasi week Collins's Music Hall, depicted & father
Mr. Rich. Waldon and Mr Harry M Kelvin, the Princess's Thoatre, Glasgow, showed their appreciation of Warriors Day in eminently practical fashion. They invited some 1,600 mother* and children of soldiers who had made the great sacrifice to witness a performance of the popular pa
Warriors’ Week received bi»r in South Shields on Wednesday. .1 »ur«»- fol matinee bcinaf held# in tlu- I ii.pir® Theatre, and carnival taking 1 .iothe Victory Casino in Hie evening In the circle were the Mayor and Mayor. r.iaiicHlot and Mrs. A. D. Johnston* ;.i"l tbe Deputy Mayo