"Smith," by W. Somerset Maugham, at the Comedy Theatre. 1909
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For Sale is a Full Page from the Illustrated Sporting and DRamatic News October 30th 1909, showing the following pictures from "Smith," by Somerset Maugham, at the Comedy Theatre." a- Tom Freeman (Mr. Robert Loraine), the Colonist farmer, in search of a wife, tells his much-shocked sister Rose that he has asked Smith, the parlour-maid, to marry him. b- Emily Chapman, who lives by bridge-playing, now artfully succeeds in getting an offer of marriage from Tom. c- Smith (Miss Marie Lohr) confesses her love for Tom. d- Mr. A.E. Matthews, as Algy Peppercorn, describing the duties of a tame cat of which he is a sample. e- Tea-table scandal among the worthless set of social butterflies Tom Freeman finds gathered in his sister's house, where he finds no person of merit but Smith. Performers are - Mrs. Rosenberg (Miss Lydia Bilbrooke). Algy Peppercorn (Mr. A.E. Matthews). Mrs. Rose Dallas-Baker (Miss Kate Cutler). Emily Chapman (Miss Edyth Latimer).
Condition is Very Good, being Bright and Clear, No Foxing.