For Sale is the Front Page removed from "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, January 21st, 1922," showing a Photograph from "The Truth about Blayds" at the Globe Theatre.
This witty comedy by Mr. A. A. Milne deals with that humbug Blayds (Mr. Norman McKinnel), who has stolen a friend's manuscript poems and has thereby become the most famous poet of his day. He is shown above (at the age of ninety) just before he confesses his theft on his death-bed. Our characters seen are his married daughter (Miss Irene Rooke), his self-sacrificing spinster daughter (Miss Irene Vanbrugh), his satellite son-in-law (Mr. Dion Boucicault), and his grandchildren (Mr. Jack Hobbs and Miss Faith Celli).