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"The Youngest," the work of Phil-
lip Barry, author of "You and I," is
proving one of the most delightful
comedies yet offered by the Bonstelle
company at the Playhouse.
It concerns principally Richard
who suffers from an inferiority com-
plex. He is not interested in the
family industry, and consequently is
nagged by his elder brothers and sis-
ters. Then a young girl, whose busi-
ness it seems to be to cure him of his
complex, comes on the'scene, and it
is through her that most of the com-
edy is built up.
"The Youngest" affords the entire
Bonstelle cast splendid opportunity
for comedy and dramatic work, with
Donald Cameron playing the role of
In addition to the play there is a
dance divertissement, arranged by
Victoria Cassan and assisted by They-
er Roberts, Dorothy Richey, Dorothy
Coulter, Alice and Freda Dunbar, 01-
ga Fircker, and Blanche Fields.
Matinees will be given today and
For 100 consecutive performances,
"Abie's Irish Rose" has- been playing
at the Garrick theater. Sunday mark-
ed the opening of the twelfth week
of its presentation. The show has
not yet played two of the largest cities
in America, Philadelphia and Boston,
and it is rumored that it will be
called to Boston early in September.
Warsaw, July 22.--The Polish tor-
pedo boat Kaszub blew up and sank
in the harbor of Danzig Monday. The
entire crew was lost. No explanation
is available as yet as to the cause.
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At the New Lake House Pavilion
The proposed combnation of Esthonia, Lithuania and Latvia into one
ong north European state, has brought these two men into the public
e. President Pats (left) of Esthonia is seen with President Stulgiuskis
Lithuania in the latter's capital, K ovno.
Buenos Aires, uly 22.-A dispatch
om Bahia Blanca to La Nacion says
tree conscripts were killed and an
licer and 17 men wounded when a
mnon exploded aboard the Argen-
no cruiser San Martin. The explo-
on took place during target prac-
Dance at Union Friday Nite.
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