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Boston Opera House--Vaudeville at 8.15 o'clock, Harry Lauder at 9.15 o'clock--Hoot, our Harry's back, for the last time.

Majestic--Artists and Models--8.15 o'clock--The Edition de Paris in pink tights.

Park--Love in a Mist--8.15 o'clock.

Madge Kennedy in the Blue Rilge, where two-time mammas are born.

Repertory--Arms and the Man--8.15 o'clock--Mr. Jewett assisted by that well-known playwright, G. Bernard Shaw, in a burlesque version of a famous burlesque.

Shubert--Lady Fair--8.15 o'clock--Lady Not So Fair. Dancing ladies fair enough--as dancers.

MOVIES:

Tremont--Beau Gests--8.15 o'clock--Romance vicatriously enjoyed, or let's all be legionnaires for a night.

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