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The ever-welcome Trixie Friganza is the headliner at Keith's this week, and her act, which consists principally of a confidential chat with the audience, finds a ready reception. Her apt characterization and expressive gestures are inimitable, while her amusing personality keeps the audience in a constant state of chuckling.

Maud Muller and her orchestra in "A Tuneful, Topical Revue" offer some effective bits of jazz music, concluding with a Chinese burlesque of "The Sun Daughter" in similar saxophone harmony. Charles and Henry Rigoletto assisted by the Swanson sisters, met with much applause in "Around the World,' an act which is as original as it is full of action. Among the other entertainers, Jack McLallen and May Carson do some clever work on roller skates, Frank J. Conroy appears in a blackface absurdity entitled "Spirits of 1920," while Stella Tracey and Carl McBride are seen in a singing and dancing specialty. Donald Roberts, in a repertoire of songs, also receives a good share of the applause.

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