By OINOOLO COWAN. The London Star A brillUat laoeonov to * Charley'* A ant."’ Vocoot, April 7. Apply— BKinsaEOTi t Bl.cgiiteb, Ut/l, High H.lboni, W.C. THE ERA. TOURING COMPANIES. EMMA HUTCHISON MR. PERCY HUTCHISON. I’- mb. ■ BRBW8TBBS MllLION8." March 31. KELLI THEATRE. The Uto
Mr. William greet company "SION THE CROSS." Manager, W A. McNeill. March 31. T.R NOTTINGHAM dates apply W . A. McNeill, route or Lyric Theatre. W. MR. CHARLES STRETTON Presents GAY LORD QUEX.” By Arthur Pinero. MISS ETHEL ORIFFIEB Sophy Fulgaroey. Supported Pull London Company.
HIPPODROME AND PICTURE HOUSE.-P-, Mr. Ed-win C. Jazon; R. M . Mr. L. T, Mordoe Mr. W. V. Oarrod and company in •* A Wife for Day.*' Company includes: Messrs. Herl»ert Handera. T. Balfour. Robert Hall, Walter Vlncent. 11. Fredericks. Miss Bertha Kingatone. Mias Alice Clarke, and
Messrs. Dottridge, Longdcn ami LielPs company is paying its initial visit the garrison town with this highly sensational play. In the titlerole, the blind detective, Kit Carson. Mr. Alec Alexander gives a powerful portrayal. He is ably supported in his work Miss (Jeorgetic Thier
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