These photographs were taken just before the theatre was refurbished in 1920 when installing equipment for showing movies.
The building was constructed with commercial space occupying the entire first floor. The commercial spaces were leased as shops to different businesses, providing an additional income to the building's owners. The theatre occupied the floors above the retail spaces.
Details that can be seen in these photographs are classic features of opera houses of the period. There's a lady painted on the valance curtain above the stage, walls covered with decorative fabric, carved classical heads over the 2-story boxes, & a nice plaster frieze over the proscenium.
You can also see advertisements for local businesses painted on the 1st drop, & the electric lights later added to the auditorium (replacing the original gas illumination).