+KEITH’S THEATREAlice Lloyd, the famous English comedienne, is the headliner at Keith’s Theatre next week. STince her last appearance here, about three years ago, when she made American vaudeville i audiences “sit up,” Miss Lloyd has been j starring in London, where her wit and dashing personality have been Important stage factors in maintaining the morale of soldiers, sailors and civilians during the drab, trying days of the war. Alan Rogers, the American tenor, will be heard in what he calls “Fifteen Minutes of Concert,” with Henry Dexter at the piano. Leona La Mar, “the girl with 1000 eyes,” is young, but as a psychic phenomenon eha has puzzled the greatest scientists of the world. May Wirth, one of the premier riders of the w'orld, will be seen with “Phil,” the riding comedian, and a whole family of Wirths. “Flirtation” Is a lively skit. lister Crawford and Helen Broderick are in “A Little of This and a Little of That.” E. F. Herbert'has a regular animal college with 12 trained dogs, a number- of cats, pigeons and roosters. Elmer El Cleve in “A Bit o’ Scotch” furnishes entertainment, and the Donald sisters perform some remarkably daring feats of skill and strength.