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THE DIVORCE COURT SCENE
' A Butterfly on the Wheel," at the Grand Theatre, this week.
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THE CRAND THEATRE.
Mr. Arthur Hiwdy a cvmpany a:o pm*iog a n turn vlmit with "A Butterfly on the Whcl. Main changes *"Te been wade in the coat /met la&i visit, but the play lose* none of its interest on that account.
Ml* Dorothy Btcpheu ia th* Ptgay on this Mr. J. J. Barllett is again the renwrmelfsa K.C.. and him reading k*e* mono of ita frcshnw and vigour. Mr. Chad,* Tnxxk u. hmppily plmcr* aa Lord Qkfdine. and Mr. C. g""/
a wry acceptable representation of George Admas
The staging and effecta mm admirable. and th» delightful pluv should prove a big draw during
Them *li: be a nktimee ou Ratuiday at 2.30.
Next week, Sir George Alexander's Company appear in "Bella Donna" (Ant vk'ti.
THE PALACE.
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one o? the most popular entertainments seen at Southampton for some time.
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with a centre-piece of "living statuary.
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NEW ALEXANDRA PALACE.

11 THE EUTERPEAN8,"
Win, will visit the Royal Tier next week.
MODERN STAGECRAFT.
that no one shall pay fo- admittance and than h# unabl- to enjoy the performance because of over-
An old Dutch tale, adapted for the htoeoope,
made a really pretty subject. It dealt with the rebuke given to parents by their little hoy foe their thoughtless ill-treatment of his grandfather. *
American siory. wnicn snowwi now • uuu""4• very much in favour with the ladies, warn, as & means of raising fnuds. put up aa a lottery prtae. The minister, however, only consented to thb course on being assured that the winner would he the young lady on whom he had bestowed hp affections, but whom he was too shy to approach*
The plan went astray, however, and the method by which affairs were righted is very amusing.
Another fine programme will be shown on Thufe. dav and the remainder of the week.
THE EAST STREET PICTURE PALACE.
Pal an, was one of the most popular enterWm* ine.nts this Hank Holiday. Fortunately, however, owing to the show being a continuous one, people are always leaving, so at any time there Is an
oportunlty of securing a seat.
One 0f the beautiful scenes in " Bella Donna," which «ill be produced at the Grand Theatre. Southampton, next week. ,
A .lngu)nr pictii'•) ... " 8pook.,' in which thjil same ac'or not only plaved two parts, but often appear*-1 oi the screen simultaneously In his dual role. The actor. M. Prince, impersonated two brother* of widely different character with coos'! mmate skill.
t - ,m, siibiect of serious Interest was " Be-rlb itlon " which showed the method in which •• eiiv girls with a weakness of character are led •«*av. The audience were Ihrllle,! throughout the two acts of the piece, which concluded In a dra-
" Pollidor" again amused the pktrons of this tx.use. Tills week he acts the part of a porter for «!»•■ sake of love.
dard of this place of entertainment.
THE ROYAL PIER.
Mr. lien Law.» t-median of /MlwslmM-pro. nrtictrs. and hi* fsnwim "Purple P->ma' are thia k delhth'ing large audience* at the Pier IVvt-I smart as they look.
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Mr. I»wea, who ia a big lotal favourite, mil lak s his awdw mr*w by etortn, end altogether delightful and sparkling enterLaiwuent is a thlcg If b« aeon by visitors ami rtaiderits.
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gi»o out-door performance aftern on at 2.50 and fveuH* 7JO. weather oenuiltii r m oce#-
sion of the annual XouUiaiM'toii i gsita.
A full prognunioe of "I'lau ep«>rU. baude. swiiiunlr.« rac«*, dnmg -rks ** 9.X, aoa
' dancing from 10 p.m. i-> '.2 i. i • will be |*re«
The "Purple Pun* Thurcday, Friday. .» x uiatinue on ftaiur j
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