For Sale is a Front Page from the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News December 11th 1909, showing the following Photographs from "Little Mrs. Cummin," at the Playhouse. a- Miss Marie Lohr as Juliet Eglamore, the young wife who sides for a time with her interfering mother. B- Juliet and her husband Clarence.- Juliet, after ripping the pictures to pieces during a "Scene," is overcome by remorse. c- The breakdown of Uncle Horace's motor restores Clarence's wife to him sooner than expected. d- Mrs. Cummin (Miss Lottie Venne) and her son-in-law, Clarence Eglamore (Mr. Kenneth Douglas).- Mrs. Cummin, the intolerably interfering mother-in-law, collects one or two little articles of hers prior to her indignant departure from the house of the young couple.
Condition is Very Good, small Filmoplast repair to Left Margin.