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HENRY W. SAVAGE OFFERS
A Pullman Carnival in Three Sections,
by Rupert Hughes.
Staged by George Marion.
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
Harry Mallory Charles Meakins
Jimmie Wellington Sidney Greenstreet
Ira Lathrop F. J. McCarthy
Rev. Walter Temple Charles Abbe
Roger Ashton Harry Carter
Harold Wedgewood Wilfrid Seagram
The Porter Willis P. Sweatnam
The Conductor Thomas H. Walsh
Lieutenant Hudson Edwin Evans
Lieutenant Shaw E. H. O'Connor
Mr. Baumann , Frank Manning
The Gambler E. H. O'Connor
The Train Butcher Frank Dee
First Highwayman E. H. O'Connor
Second Highwayman Edwin Evans
Rev. Charles Selby, of Ogden Edwin Evans
Marjorie Newton Ann Murdoek
Kathleen Llewellyn Rita Stanwood
Anne Gattle Lalive Brownell
Mrs. Walter Temple Lottie Alter
Mrs. Jimmie Wellington Isabel Richards
Mrs. Whitcomb Rita Otway
Snoozelums By Himself
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES:
ACT I.—The San Francisco Sleeper on an
Overland Limited, leaving Chicago on a Monday night.
ACT II.—The Combination Car of the same
train, coming into Utah on a Wednesday afternoon.
ACT III.—The Sleeping Car again—in Nevada
on a Thursday morning.
Scenes painted by Walter W. Burridge. Constructed by Charles Brown. Properties by Edwin G. Wakefield. Electrical effects by Joseph
FOR HENRY W. .SAVAGE:
Representative H. A. Wickham
Overture, "The Overland Limited"...Elis Brooks
Selection from "The Balkan Princess"
Paul A. Rubens
(a) Kukuska Russian Peasant Dance
: Franz Lehar
(b) Railroad Rag Vincent
(c) Steamboat Bill Shields
Wedding March Mendelssohn