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"The Kid Stakes," a rollicking comedy of boyhood's adventîres, will 'be the star attraction for the Wintergarden Theatre for to-day. The story is based on Syd Nicholl's famous cartoons. _ Tiny King, Bruiser Murphy. Jimmie Kelly, Shooey Shugg. "Seasy," Betty Briggs. Kitty Kelly. Algv. Snoops, "Headlights" Hogan-they're all here. "The Kid Stakes" « ill be show- ing at the Wintergarden until Saturday oulv. In this' picture of the tvpical Aus- tralian "kid" picture you will see the first goat race on 'the screen. Somebody stole "Fatty's" goat, and ''.then followed the funniest search e\er seen on the "en-en. The «long goat is captured; Bruiser's »oat, "Stonker." i*; favourit« for the nee, but "Fatty" and "Hector" got there in time. Then hundreds of goat.« race for supremacy. Thundering around the track they come, "Hector" and "Stonker" neck and neck. Box plan is at Paling's. Lew. Cody has been provided with the greatest role of his career in
John M. Stabl's production,' "The *-Gay Deceiver," the Metrc-Goldwyn picture, which will open at the Wintergarden Theatre to-day. The role is a radical de-
parture from the light comedy he has
been portraying recently. The work of the remainder of the cast ia of distinguishes merit. Miss Myers, offers a characterisa tion with a delicious undercurrent of humour. Roy D'Arcy, Malcolm M'Gregor, Marceline Day, and Dorothy Phillips arc also seen in the cast. Tom Kelly, un- disputed peer of Irish entertainers, will conclude his 6eason a tthe Wintergarden Theatre on Saturday next.