Harris Lost on Trip for Rose Stahl

Trenton Evening Times

Included in the list of Titanic victims was Henry B. Harris, one of the leading theatrical managers of the country. There is [?] interest in Mr. Harris in Trenton because he was the manager of Rose Stahl and gave her the production of "The Chorus Lady" with which she first came into national prominance.

One of the prime motives for Mr. Harris' trip to Europe was to complete arrangements whereby Miss Stahl was to appear in a London theatre in her new production "Maggie Pepper."

Miss Stahl was a great favorite in London, and during her run in "The Chorus Lady" she was the reigning sensation.

Mr. Harris hoped that she would duplicate this success and perhaps his last effort in a business way was on Miss Stahl's behalf.

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Henry Birkhardt Harris

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