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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1912.
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Betail Merchants Meet and Pass
Eesolntion Effecting Holi
DISCUSS TICKET BUYING
Suspension of the rule for bu Ins tick
ets to charitable entertainments and tho
passage of a resolution with reference
to the early closing of places of business
during tbe holiday season was the chief
business engaging the attention of the
board of governors of the Retail Mer
chants' Association at a called meeting;
in the rooms of tbe Chamber of Com
merce jesterday afternoon President
Strasburger was in the chair and V. F.
An Informal discussion was had of
what Is known as "Rule E" of the by
lawB of the bod, which provides that
members of the association shall not
purchase tickets to church, charitable,
and other entertainments until each spe
cial case is passed upon by the executive
committee of the association, and a mo
tion prevailed that this rule should be
suspended until the matter of its amend
ment can be brought regularly before the
association Several of the directors
made objection to the rule, declaring that
It worked a hardship with reference to
old and valued customers, and some of
them openly admitted that they had been
obliged In certain cases to break the
Carller Cloalne Hours.
The question of lessening the long
hours of keeping places of business open
prior to the holidays was brought up and
freely discussed It was admitted that
the necessity existed for keeping stores
open longer hours at that season, but
many members of the board were of the
opinion that this extra time might be
reduced a good deal by concerted action
on the part of the merchants They all
said the holiday trade, while profitable,
was an enormous hardship to clerks as
well as heads of the business houses,
and the sense of the meeting was put in
the form of a resolution offered by E. C
Graham, which was unanimously adopt
ed as follows
It Is the sense of the Retail Mer
chant"! Association that the practice of
keeping open the retail stores of the
citj to a late hour be discouraged, and
that the merchants of Washington be
requested to cloM their respectiv b es
tabllshments as near the regular hour
of closing as poslblo during the com
ing holiday season
Corollarj to the early closing It a
determined that the opening of stores In
the evening hould be delaved to De
cember 16. and that on as man night
as feasible the stores should close at
It was also decided tha; the asocia
tion should urge bj placards on tbi
street cars and through the newspapers
that shopper do their Christmas bu
ing earlv before the rush of the last
few dajs when the stock of goods '
better and the assortment from which
to choose much larger
The following new members were
elected to the association George
Hebbard. W W Griffith, G W Hurle-
baus. Philip T Hall. John C Wlneman.
E. H Snider. Joseph Baruch. P E.
Morrison Victor L. Slpos. V W Fui .
Sol Leul, I Nordllnger and C S
atlonal "Uoblu Hood."
Tho most rcmarkaole revival of any
light opera in the history of American
theatricals is that of "Robin Hood,"
which comes to the New National Thea
ter next week beginning Monday.
Daniel V. Arthur, who is directing the
tour of this notable production, has
gathered together a company of one
hundred. Including some of the most
famous' stars of the grand opera stage
as well as light opera
In the cast are Bessie Abott, Florence
Wlckham and Herbert Waterous, of the
Metropolitan Opera Company of New
York; Walter Hyde, of Covcnt Garden,
London; Carl Gantvoort, of the Boston
Grand Opera Company: Edwin Stevens,
George B Frothlngham. Pauline Hall,
Anna Bussert, Misha Ferenso, 8ylva van
Dyck. Philip Sheffield and Dorothy Ar
thur, as well as a chorus of eighty
selected from the Metropolitan, Phila
delphia. Boston and Chicago grand
Aatlonnl Philharmonic Concert.
Mlscha Elman. Josef Stransky, the
Philharmonic Society of New York, and
two Beethoven symphonjs comprise a
portion of the musical treat T Arthur
Smith has provided for Washlngtonians
at trie National next Tuesday afternoon
at 4 30 o'clock, when the oldest and most
notable svmphony orchestra In this
country will begin Its third season of
orchestral concerts In this city Elman
who Is regarded as one of the most
remarkable violinists of the da, will be
heard In the Beethoven Sjmphony No
7. while the orchestra has heretofore
announced the fifth symphony as an Im-
fir will Also he fnitnil MenHplasohns
overture "Hebrides," and " I.es Pre
ludes " of "Tasco" by Liszt
TJelaac-o Gaby Dealya.
Washington is verj much interested in
the coming appearance here of Gaby Des
lys, one of the most-taiked-about women
in the countr, who will be seen at the
Belasco Theater on Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday nights, and at the Friday
and initurday matinees In 'Vera Vlolet
ta This is the piece In which the cele
brated French woman plajed a success
ful engagement of twenty necks at the
Winter Garden In New York lait car
On her tour this season she Is surround
ed with tin name company. Including Bar
ney Bernard, Melville Ellis Clarence Hir-
vey, Harry Pllcer, Arthur Standford
Clan Palmer. Paul Nicholson Ernest
Hare Miss Norton, Dorothy Partfer and
the eight madcaps
Gabv Deslvs both speaks and sings
English ' Vera Vloletla'
cleverest comedians on the stage, is seen
as the chief comedian, and he is ably
assisted by a strong cast.
Colombia Vtlellne Genre.
Adeline Genee. the famous pantomime
dancer, will appear at the Columbia
Theater to-morrow afternoon at a 30.
Durlnir the height of the London sum
mer season (191!) Adeline Geneo attracted
the lion's share of attention when she
appeared at tho Coliseum 'In the new
ballet. "Ls Camargo" The dance by
Wilhelm depicts an episode In the life
of Iuls Qulnze, but it remained for the
genius of Geneo to Infuse poetry and
realism Into the scenes as well as show
the world what may have happened In
the gardens of tho rojal palace at Ver
sailles In the sixth decade of the eight
Genee's magic In this new production
All! help most men and women to forget
mundane matters and think only of what
Is alluring and beautiful The dancer's
fair steps and her wondrous pantomime
wero never revealetl to loftier purpose.
On her present tour of America Genee
will present this dance with every detail
of the London engagement.
The great dancer will be nsslsted by
her own symphony orchestra and
Volinln Her programme also Includes
Mejerbeer's "Robert le Dlable and other
Colmuliln Holiuca' Travel Talk
The Panama and Suez Canals will be
elaborately described and compared
their every detail of construction and
maintenance In the course of the second
travelogue which Burton Holmes will
deliver at the Columbia Theater Sunday
evening and Monday afternoon
After thoroughly acquainting his hear
crs with the engineering difficulties that
have been overcome in constructing the
ditch Mr Holmes will make nunv Inter
eating comparisons. Illustrated with still
and motion pictures, with the Suez and
other great canals of the world
Columbia Mme. Uda.
Wt it the concert to be given at the
Columbia Theater the afternoon follow.
Ing Thanksgiving Dal. little more than
a week off Interest In the first ippeir
ance in Washington of Mme Frances
Alda is manifesting Itself In mans direc
tions it Is not alone the work Alda
done in the past and the triumphant tour
she is Just completing in the central
West but the remarkable programme
w-hlcli has been outlined for her v
the greatest opera companies or the coun
try tills season At the Metropolitan sh
Ik tu reatc the most Important rol ol
the nar that of Roxane In Cvrano
has been ' a"' r I'amrosch s much heralded opera
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by Edmund Ejler bas been rctalmd ton C.rand Opera Companies before her
There are two scenes the first showing
the anteroom of Ucrton s Skating Rink
In lenna and the second howlng th
cafe of the eame establishment The
story of the operetta concerns a fiprman
professor, who goes to the rink in scan h
of a little diversion, having been told bj
his wife a beautiful Russian bj the nanw
of Olga that he reallj needs to bo
taught the science of love It happens
that his wife has also gone to the rink
that same evening to keep an Innocent
appointment with Arlstlde. who is an old
friend of the professor and who does
not know she Is married to him Arts
tides wife, however comes to the rink,
and meets the professor, who was for-
merlj In love with her and who, when
rejected, vowed he would never marry
From her he learns his lesson In ro-
-mame Vera Vlolettc is the name or the
perfume which Olga uses and it Is bj
this perfume that the professor flnallj
discovers the presence of his wife The
plot ii the basis for manj kalcdoscoplc
situations, which follow each other In
concert tour Is
again resumed In tho
Helasco "Hun-r l'ank."
Lew Fields all star Hankj Pankj"
companj will be the attraction at the
Belasco next week
The book Is bj Edgar Smith, the ljrlcs
bj E Raj Goetz. and the muslo bj A
-Hanky Pankj' has no veneration for
hlstor or literature Cleopatra appears
concurrent! with a sequellzed Walllng-
ford. known as fair J Itufus. recentl ele
vated to British peerage Hugh Cameron
Is allingfonl Christine Neilson s Cleo
patra Blackie Daw turns against the
ennobled Wallingford and is his bitttr
enem W llllam Ilausmitt. in the person
of Max Rogers, shares a large financial
venture with Herm in Belrhelster pre
sented bj Bobbv North, their 'angel Is
Solomon Bumpski personated hv Harrv
Cooptr Billy Montgomerv of Montgom
erj and Moore fame appears as Ratis
mitt. Jr, and his talented wife Florence
Moore plaj s Wallingford s t pew riter
Clorinda Scribble Mjrtle Gilbert Flo
Ma j Virginia Evans, and more than
fifty girlies. In manj changis of cos
tume with a lavish & enic equipment
complete one of the biggest shows en
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A W income W Idow
show rom'a to the Columbia next week
This vear the show is larger than ever
before and bv manv has been de lared
elgfeld s best musical effort The com
panj numbers 100 people and there is
not i dull moment In the piece The
music already has been heard In all the
cafes and hotels, as the reputation of
the show has preceded It here This v ear
Frank Tinnej. said to be one of the
I hair'a Polite lauil
Nieltl - will crowd Chases programme
mxt week 1-orcmost will In Charles
Ixivenbergs presentation of the Prov
ident Plajers. the vaudeville touring
Mock star corned companj, who will of
fer 'Who Is Brown9"
Tho -xtra added attraction will he Hen
rv Cllve's 'Spirit Paintings This fea
ture has been stjled the riddle of the
icnflirv and the London i-oclet for
Pajchlc-I Iltsearth was unable to find
uli fraud 111 It
The third Important offering will be the
Boudinl Brothers the European accord
ion virtuosos Ramond and Cavtrly are
lncludtd In the list of prominent en
gagements in their new hit The Two
Musklnns From the Berlin Winter
garten will come Kirl Emm s Pets
Fred Watson and Rcna Santos will of
fer thtlr mulcal corned tete-a-t te and
George W Cunningham and Herman Ma
rlon will be seen in their "Acrobatic
Talkfest ' The pipe orgin recitals at
13" T 30 and Intermission, and the Ani
mated Weekl motion pictures of cur
rent world-wide happenings, are other
factors of the bill
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One of the most conspicuous of the new
dramutlc offerlnKS of the current -eason
Is The fall of the Heart ' tonilnff tn
the radem Thank-stUns wetk As
the title Indicates It Is a stor of !oe
and devotion Hut In the hands of I.ot i
Vante a bouther writer, this world-old
tale takes on a brilliant luster Ithout
trying to point a moral The Call of
the Heart shows lion the aulting im
bltlons of parents often ruin the 11 es
of scores of people
A compan) of distinctive abillt has
been assembled to surround John Nichol
son who Is belnK featured in the char
acter of Lord Kverlow Ablv co operating
with Mr Nicholson Is Ann Himllton, as
Lad Lverlon Other members of the
cast include Corwln I.iikmour. W J
McConnell Clarcmo BelHlr, C n Wa
ters, v C Turner MII1 Steens and
Mullie W Illinium.
at tin head of her own
Mollis W llllam
company for ihe first time i the at
tract ion announced for the Giety for
licit week und r the direction of Max
MNs Williams i -ii,l to hac displaed
not onl taste Inn manasrrlal ,ibtlit
In the selection of hei tompinv Ham
hheppell and leorfic I Hajcs .ire the
comedians, w'th 1 Turner ind Cliff
Worman who have h en drafted from
the legitimate ranks as their foils
i female contingent Includes the
Polls next week will present a novelty
In the one ait version of the police plaj,
The Third Degree who, tabloid stor
Is said to be caDltalb acted bv Frank
Mavne intl ompan Mr Mavnc uses
hi6 own version of the plav. In which he
Imicr-omK" i number of roles
The musical Hodges i l.uropean nov
eltv ire billed ns the specialtv of second
importance l-i IVHrl is pr mised In n
unique fcatun exploiting a voice of
wid mice and startling volume Lorette
and Itu I will appear In an original poIng
act Mile Lorette is a oung woman
who assumes the role of v modern
DUna in the presentation of statuesque
hunting nne assisted b Hud an Irish
setter Other features of the bill will no
I ecu in "I he llrrn Mnldrna."
Howell mil Webster, prc&enting a clev
r vaduevillt offering arc one of the at
tractive features In the ' neclltv por
tion of The Merrv Maidens programme
her-ilded for appcannce at the Lvceum
No distinct olio is included In the
routini of the cffnng presented hut
the twn-ait musical hurletta entitled
New v ,,ri, i Two Itcelt TlTords inanv
opportunities for the mtrodui tlon of de
irahl vitiilcvilh it opportune moments
Indiv night tin ( ouritiv 'tore' will
1 cnntinuid jnd new features will be
omes as th iltrittlon rMnordlnarv
tn the Cosmos next week Annoume
ment Is nnile that It is th same pro
duction and the same eompanv that
gave King O-orge of Lngland and his
Queen one ot the heartiest laughs of
their lives it the roai command per
fonnam e In the Palace Theater, In
don Jul 1 last The sketch is a laugh
able satire on automoblllng and deals
with the things that mas happen to a
motor car and their causes In a wa
thit never falls to excite the risibilities
The usual lumber of supplemental at
tractions fu, niching selected acts of
merit from thet best available refined
vaudeville, will provide additional en
Casino nu.lrv ille.
Announcement Is made that Big Jim
Is going to dance even freak dance
known to latter-dav humanit) from the
Turkev Trot to the Texas Tomraj at '
the aslno Theater next week )
"Big Jim is a gre-u rough looking
bear who has reallv earned fame n
v ludevllle with his wrestling, boxing.
and dancing feats as well as with his i
roller skating and other acrobatic nccom
pllshmnts He is said to have the best
animel net in vaudeville '
bupph i -nting this unique headllner I
there will bo offered the usual number of
vaudeville numbers varied In tvpe with!
enjoyable motion picture plavs as well
To-dav the great three rel tilm
Sphinx featuring a tragi phase of
the rrciuh revolution will be shown at
the Garden in connection with other
The Harden tring orchestra renders
afternoons and evenings i delightful
musical programme thit Is i feature of
Next ''undav the usual high-class
vaudeville and picture eoiufrt will be
The popularitv of the Garden Sundav
concerts Is growing: featuring as the
do the best acts and pictures
MACHINES SELL STAMPS.
endlnsc Ilea lees Inatalled In Sev
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Postage stamp vending machines have,
been Installed In several public plices n
Washington bv the Post-offlce Depart
rren Postmaster General Hitchcock t
ing out the machines and will pres nb
their general use if tiev prove sJc es
ful The machines deliver 1 and 1 sent
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Goes to a Football Game
Copyright, Judce C.
By James Montgomery Flag'g
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a 1 J tu) s!M
(W(v -Tsisxv7L " . i, fijin
Nerry Nat Well, bojs, off to the
same? I'll bet your governors would
remember me Nervy Nat. 'S3, Tale
demr old Tale! By the Tray, I've a gor
geous Idea for jou chaps If you want
to have a spiffing afternoon of It All I
ask "in return Is that jou'II let me In
on this ride to the grounds. Put whisk)
Instead of gasoline in the tank and see
what happens y
Reggie and Sidney you're on. old
Nervy Nat This will be the moral ruin
of a heretofore virtuous bubble I can
see that. It will do s.a "pas soul" at
every corner and a highland fling be
tween. Never mind; we will have a de
lightfully depraved afternoon, my bojs,
and all I hope Is that the machine will
not need our whole supply, that's all
If we don't get into the tracers It will
be because they no longer print news-
Nervy Nat We've put six cops out of
business and run through a grocery
store, up the Forti -second Street ele
vated steps, down Into the subway and
up again, nnd we are now headed for a
saloon This motor car has the automo
tremens. There is goinf to be a beauti
ful finish Just as sure as
Nervy Nat Put on full boose, bovs'
We II Jump the fence and save the dav
for Tale, We ought to be able to kick
a goal from the field with this Inebii
ated Satan sulky of ours. Tou II have
to give this bubble a post-graduate
course at Keeley s College, that s sure
Nowt up we go!
Nerv Nat How In Greater New Tork
did I get a-hold of this leather water
melon Well. Ill Just take It over thl
goal ss long as I'm going over any wav
It may help old Tale, where I spent
four years of mj loaf I mean life One
should never let the old college splrl
die out In one Brek-a-kek-kck coax
Nervv Nat Won the game for vol
did I Well, tl-at was aw full good of
me I should sav Want t do on
thing for me Tell vou whit Well go
down to the St Regis and ave som
zebra cut Ins ami f apped prune Jul e
And one thing more send om" wine
Jellv and a bcwl of f-cotc broth tround
to Officer O Toole I feel that he must
he 111 or he surel) would have come.
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