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THE, WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. 1913.
tMIonal "The Ogyeriior'I"iI"
David Bclaco has produced an innntte
Variety of plaisbuUIt t Renerally con
ceded that for sbeer, oKMashtonediaweet
ness nothing he has thus fardon can,
equal "The Governor's ld," Allien
will bo seen at the Iew National Thea
ter next week.
The sweetness qt 'The Governor's
I-ad ' Is of the lavender and old gold
order, and Lmma Dunn, In the name
part, has created a character portrait so
tjplcally American in ever way that It
must Inevitably tlnd Its place In the
Same gallerv with 'Kip Van Winkle."
'.Huckleberry Fin." and Mr Belasco's
own "Girl of the Golden West"
"Indeed, the character Miss Alice Brad-
lev has created in the person of Mrs '
Daniel siade is as U Pica I of the era !n
which she lives as was the glorious pit
around whom Mr. Uelasco wove his ab
sorbing drama of -lire in the California
Kold flelds of
CEcnt nt the depot, a most, congenial
person. They strike up an acquaintance
which soon ripens Into affection.
Through her he learns that she Is about
tq lose a tract of land, and he at one
taWe.3 steps to protect, ber Tights, and
thereby runs counter to his emploier,
who wants ,to- buy the -land, Blake
jeopardizes his own position by espous
ing the rights of the girl, and this leads
to man Interesting complications. The
comedy of the play Is of the rollicking,
Included In the company's roster are
Karl Hewitt, a comedian of wide experi
ence, who plavs T3ob Blake, the drum
mer, and en Atadsworth, In the role
of Beth Elliott
Tschalkowk s beautiful Symphonj, No
6 In B minor, is the one announced for
tho coming orehci-tral concert of the
Philharmonic bocletj of New 'iork on
the occasion of its second concert ol the
season at the New National Theater next
Tuesdaj afternoon at 1 30 o'clock, when
Mme bchumann Hctnk will be the solo-
1st A Wagner overture, "The KIlns
Dutchman " and the Grieg suite, Peer
Gvnt" also are announced Wagner also
will be represented in the portion of the
programme assigned to the great con
falto, ' Dreams being her concluding
number Bruch s aria. Penelope, from
'Odjsseus. and two bchubert numbers
' Death of the Maiden ' and the ever-
ropular 'J-jirl King' also have been as
signed to her
T Arthur bmith is most enthusiastic
In regard to thl unusual offering
IlcInMcn Harr? J nndcr.
One of the next theatrical events will
be the arpearance of Harr Lauder, the
bcotch comedian, at the Belaseo, on next
Monday afternoon and night Lauder
is now making his fifth American tour
under the direction of William Morris.
He has a new repertoire nf ongs, somo
of them he sung at the command per
formance' before King George and
Qucn Man at the Palace Theater. Lon
don, recentlj, Mr Morris has engaged
i group of prominent American and Kng-
lish artists for the supporting company
inelud'ng Velanche s football dogs, from
the Alhambra. London. Arthur Astill,
the whistling ploughboj," from the Ox
ford the Three Bartos. American atr-
letts. the Six Musical Cuttjs Little
Freddie Hackin from the London Hip
podrome, and Red Fox. a ventroloquist
and musician, from the London Coliseum.
Frank Stafford and eompanj will fur
nish the leading attraction of the Cos
mos Theater bill next week in "A
Hunter's Game." a love storj with beau
tiful scenic effects In which statuesque
dogs will be featured In artistic poses.
The second feature will be the expo
mnts of 'ragtime de luxe," Mueller and
Mueller, a duologue of blended song
and etorj Is promised for Tranklln and
Franklin, an acrobatic "comedy of bar
rel acrobatics, ' by Miles and Miles. Eng
lish athletes, a gallerj of Impersonations
by Von Dell and a unique offering, fea
turing Dot Curtis, Headed bs the Pathe
Weekly Ilcvlcw of the worlds unusual
events the photoplay and motion rlc
tures will be an important adjunct to the
Tlif Casino next week will have rov
ers't famous clephnnts as Its headline
offering " The Lady and the Lunatic"
will be the contribution of VcGrath
Yeoman and companj. to the, features
that tickle the risibilities.
A song and dance sketch on roller
skates will be offered fo the Tl Itae
sisters, a pianologue of the breezy band.
by Nick and Lsdla, "rags' on the piano
accordion, bj Restivo who comes her
alded as a virtuoso in the accomplish
ment, and "one of those 'laughable con-
tributions which begin nowhere and end
in uncontrollable laughter, ' b bklrmy"
I-a Mont Photoplavs that please of the
Casino standard will supplement the
ashington theater goers are looking
forward witii much interest to the com
ing of the George Primrose and Lew
Dockstader, reunited minstrels, to the Be
laseo Theater on Tuesday night to re
main through the week for the reunion
of these veteran blackface stars after
a ten years" separation has been an event
that has excited much comment
country over and incidentally brought
record breaking crowds to see them and
their Imposing organization in every clt
they have visited
Mesrs Primrose and Dockstader are
said to have a corking good minstrel
show. In which they do not Insist upon
the spotlight for themselves alone, but
Jield the center of the stage gracefullv
to tho corps of splendid entertainers with
which thej have surrounded themselves
Colnnibltt "Tne Isle o Dreams."
The Isle o' Dreams" tells a story of
how a humble fisher lad finally won
and wins an heiress, and tells it in the
sam delightful manner that all of
Chaunccy Olcott s stories are told It
will be given at the Columbia Theater
next week, and if one is fond of a ro
mantic dashing tale it will be found in
"The Isle o Dreams."
Ivo- Kelwas. the hero of tho ton
is plajed by Mr Olcott who Introduces
a budget of new songs, which are said
to be among the best and most tuneful
numbers that he has ever written Tills
young chap is raised as the foster son
of Mother Kelway, the keeper of a rap
room lifts his ejes to Kathleen O Doon
the daughter of the lord of the manor
saves her brother from condemnation as
a French sp. and finally wins the heart
and hand of the girl of his heart having
discovered that he Is of noble birth and
of her own social caste
Mr Henrj Miller has organized a capl
tal companv for the support of Mr
Olcott and there his been a small for
tune spent on the scenic embellishment
of the plas
L" M Newman who is constantly add
ing to his already large following in this
citv by reason of the exceptional pro
grammes he provides for their enter
tainment and Instruction, will give the
second travel talk of his season at the
Columbia Theater Sunday evening and
repeat it Mondaj afternoon at 3.30
o clock in conjunction with the duplicate
course announced for this city His sub
ject will he 'Rural I-ranee," including
the picturesque scenes of Normandy and
Hrittanj. probablj the least known sec
tion of Europe
I llllnn -Vordirn.
That Mme Lillian Nordica will
eclvfc a heartv welcome at her concert
at the Columbia Theater to morrow aft
ernoon Is evidenced bv the heavy de
mand for seats Nordlca is without
iiiiestion the most versatile singer on the
"tage to dav
The prognmme is a mot generous one.
and all the numbers have been carefully
elected to displaj the glor of the
singers marvelous oire and her con
summate art i- lizabeth s ana from
Tannhausrr is sung bj Nordica, is
something to look forward to The pro
gramme will also include German,
r renin Italian, and many English songs
Ljcrum-,,Janlln dp Tnrls Girls.
Morris W ainstock s "Jardln do Taris
Girls' will be seen at the Lyceum The
ater next week
The show is a musical comedj In two
acts, entitled ' At the Bench " The first
act is the Interior of the Brighton Beach
Hotel and the entertainment Is worth
of its name as far as swift comedj,
catch songs nimble dincing, and hu
morous scenes are concerned. Particular
attention has been paid to the costum
ing and mounting
The second act contains man new nnd
novel situations The cast includes Leo
Stevens, Joe Madden Tom Nolan Ljdli
Jospy, Stella Gilmore, the Mack trio.
Delia Fa telle, Helen Marvelle, and a
chorus of thlrt girls.
Friday night, the Country Store
To da and to morrow the Garden
The-Uer will show an elaborate four reel
production of Bunons immortal story.
"Pilgrim s Progress " A production on 1
scale hitherto not attempted by film pro
ducers The universal Interest in th's
subject makes this motion picture one
that ever bods will be Interested In
On Saturday and Sunday "Parsifal '
in motion pictures will be shown
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This high class instrument will be
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Remember it costs not a penn to en
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If OU are not a contestant here Is i
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This special award is on dlspla at
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Miller to Oppose mil.
Gov Sulzer of New York will appear
Ix-fore the House Committee on foreign
Affairs on January 21 in opposition to
the pending bill providing for .he ills
Isal of power generated from the
waters of Niagara Falls. He takes the
position that the rights of the State of
New York are not properlv safeguarded
n the power till
Wants Chamber Jlrttrr A entllnteil.
The Senate estcrday passed a resolu
tion providing for the appointment of a
committee of five Senators to Investlcato
whether it Is feasible and desirable to
improve or remodel the Senate ch-imber
The resolution was offered b Senator
Keed or Missouri who wants the cham
ber better ventilated and lighted
f ae s next week will offer a bill In
which the principal attraction will be
the vaudeville dramatic co-stars - Taj lor
Granville and Laura Pierpont in the
Wash ngton premuro of 'The Sslem
a corned drama in three scenes, show
ing the undercurrents of New ork life
The extra added novelty will be the
Belgian virtuoso 1 lsa Ruegger former
soloist with the New York Philharmonic,
the New ork Symphon. the Boston
Smphon and the Thomas orchestras.
She will be aicompanied bv her per
tonal conductor Fdmund Lichtensteln
Another special offering will be Paul
Morton and Naomi Glass. In their little
al fresco musical comedy romance. "Jl
l.ad of the Bungalow A half hour's
fun will be afforded b Hal Davis Inez
Macaule ind compan. in ' The Girl
from Chllds.' ' Wheeler Earl and Vera
Curtis will offer "The Girl and the
Drummer ' The Rexos will add their
skating noveltv The pipe organ recit
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KInemacolor pictures will show the two
reel corned drama. "A Merry Monarch "
'The Traveling ales-
"The Traveling Salesman," b James
Forbes, will be the offering at the
Academv next week
The story of "The Traveling Sales
man" concerns Bob Biake. a Jovial, fat
drummer, who is compelled to trend
Christmas Da In a lonely village of tho
Middle "W est and on his arrival- finds In
the presence of Beth Elliott -the ticket
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