Theatre: Brady in One

The Senate Finance Committee was treated, in Washington last week, to an act "in one" by one of the nation's oldest and most famed actor-author-managers— William A. Brady, 68. Not unacquainted with Washington officialdom, Mr. Brady served the Wartime propaganda organization by directing film publicity. Last week he came, with many another of his profession, to protest the 10% amusement tax passed by the House and now on its way with the rest of the tax bill to the Senate.

"You wouldn't tax a corpse, would you?" asked Showman Brady, looking sorrowfully from...

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