. An Important Detail of Dress. "Ah, yes," says the woman of little resource who has not advanced with line times, with a nesigned expression of countenance, "but you wear expensive ... I oannot afford them." Her friend, whose figure She has been genuinely admiring, assures her t
2. Box-office Open Daily 10 till 10. DALY'S THEATRE. EVFRY EVENING, at 8, Mr. GEORGE EDWARDES' New Production. THE DOLLAR PRINCESS, A Mnsicil Play in Three Acts. MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY, at 2. Eoi-cffice (Mr. H. W. Anderson) 10 till 10. Tel., 201 and 202 Oerraid. QUEEN'S THEATRE.
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That merit makes its own way is a comfortable but fallible doctrine. Even genius cannot always assert its supremacy. Merit is, to a great extent, dependent on opportunity. One has very little liking for the methods that have brought the new Rolandyl in Two Merry Monarchs promine
. On Friday last Mrs. Synge Hutchinson took the chair at the Sewing Bee held at the Theatrical Ladies' Guild. There were fifty-four members present. To-morrow (Friday) the chair will be taken by Miss Lilian Braithwaite. During the past week gifts have been sent to the Guild by:--
. May 5. Parasites. Globo. 8. Champions of Morality. Ald- wych. 10.-- The Cheerful Knave. Shaftos- bury. 12.-- The Hatrn of a To-morrttc. Garriok. 17.-- Chain*.. Duke of York's. 23.-- The Lord of the Harvest and A Likely Story. Court.
^notion at the ule in Borlin. 1Ti premiere i<. a gTOtesqu* p&wtomimrc" 1- .oh Frekwi, iho M of wh;oh has not as yot Ixen ds- initly settled, with music by Viktor H^Ilandwr. Thn Ja,pan^e idea intro- d\K*d- oorKiats of two w<x>den plank bridges, running Irora the coratre of ih wk\
. The annual ladies' afternoon, given by the Eocentric Club at the Gonnaught Rooms, in Great Queen Street, on Tuesday afternoon, was, as is usual, a most enjoyable function, and its general success from start to finish reflected great credit upon all concerned in the arrangements
. (From our Special Correspondent.) NEW YORK, April 25. NEW THEATRES. This weok saw the opening of two new theatres, the Nazimova and the City. Of course, these new theatres were deemed necessary on account of the fact that most of those already in existence were only moderately
. A DAY-BY-DAY CHRONICLE CF C1RCCM- ITANCK8 AND EVENTS IN THE WORLD OF AMU8EMENT8. Kix Rights Resiuveti. In the following Diary, in r '.ys and other piece*, the sign re vival. th ir.nt the ign J pr country, the sign j at and the sign 1 stage-:.,,... MARCH, l10. PLAY3. 1. The Tvct