Celebrity Clipping from Boston Sunday Post, Sun, Dec 10, 1916.

Clipped from US, Massachusetts, Boston, Boston Sunday Post, December 10, 1916

Boston Theatrev/oi bur'The Girl With 1000 Eyes,'* who is at I a 1lt; the Boston Theatre this week, is thp eno possessor of one of the most remarkable ble and richly endowed mentalities that the sta world has ever known. Her name is a 1 ^eona Lamar. She possesses the power the to read one’s thoughts clearly, truthful- | the lv, rapidly. This is but one proof of fee her power and one of* the least i of startling. She will tell your name, your All age, when and where you were born, to where you have mislaid an article. She kej will predict events in your life, she will j Wa go hand in hand with you, step by step over your past life and she will take you into the dim future with the same ease and certainty. You may ask her questions and they will be Instantly transferred to her and as rapidly answered. Other vaudeville attractions will Include A shat and his own company of Japanese novelty entertainers. Stone and Hayes in “Green Goods”; Clemonso brothers, the musical clowns, and Barto and Clark in “Marooned.” j sic; Every one of course will want to see ? |ar Charlie Chaplin in “The Rink.” Another | motion picture feature will be Mary Nash, the talented dramatic star, in ••Anns and the Woman.” This picture deela with a subject which is just now la the public eye, the munition traffic between the American manufacturers and the belligerent governments of Europe. The Boston Theatre Topical Review, the 16th episode of “The Yellow Menace/* with Edwin Stevens and Margaret Gale, and the Boston Theatre Symphony Players tinder the direction of Charles Frank will round out one of the strongest bills of the season. The programme of the concert tonight will have a strong vaudeville bill including O’Brien, Havel and company, Holden and Harron, Waring, Melody Four andAdele Van Ohl.m e for the sou one one bur att ten aA1 aehctairepstaFpesweKaBliBntfospcCFaofofhill