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U. S. Jazz Band at Keith's Theatre

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Owing to an acute attack of rheumatism, Miss Helen Keller, the famous blind, deaf and formerly mute woman, was unable to appear at the opening performance at Keith's, and so the U. S. Jazz Band, which has just completed a successful tour of the Pacific Coast, became the headliner. Miss Keller will be back on the stage as soon as her health pormits, but in her absence the rolicking, catchy strains of the Jazz Band will prove a stellar attraction.

There are eight other features in the bill, the best of which is a singing act, "The Little Production in One," by Bill Bailey, Lynn Cohen and Estelle Davis. William Hallen and Ethel Hunter in a sparkling skit, "Just For Fun," and Frank Wilcox and company in "Sah-h," are among the other on entertainers.

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