For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, March 14th, 1903," showing the Following Three Photographs from "Whitewashing Julia."- Mr. H. A. Jones's New Comedy at the Garrick Theatre."
1- Act I.- The Snubbing of Julia. Julia Wren (Miss Violet Vanbrugh), as to whose past life there are rumours, has been snubbed by the Shenctonbury society ladies, who are under the influence of the colour of sanctity which surrounds the bishop of that place. Julia has, on the contrary, made a conquest of the heart of the errand boy seen in the picture, who is refusing, with all the dignity of love, to take a half-crown tip from her. 2- Act II.- The Fencing of Julia. Lady Pinkney (Miss M. Talbot), the leader of Shanctonbury society, calls upon Mrs. Wren to try and "pluck out the heart of the mystery." But Julia, who is on guard, parries with great skill, constantly diverting the attack, and wins her duel of wit against this anxious lady. 3- Act III.- The Confession of Julia. Mr. William Stillingfleet (Mr. Arthur Bouchier) wishes to marry Julia, who then tells him she feels that as he is an honourable man he ought to know everything. She is shown above in the act of handing him a letter, containing her confessions, which document, however (as Mr. Aubrey Tanqueray had done on a like occasion) he burns unread.