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Next Week at Theaters
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Miss Blllle Barke will make her
???appearance behlnrl the footlights
t th? New National Theater next
Monday evenlnc For her return to
the spoken drama aft?? BuYare haa
"l-cted William Someraet Maugh
ara"? play. -Caesar's wife." which
?a now naarlng It? HrSth perform
?aaee In London. The piece, which
a? been ?taged by Fred O. Latham.
? to be offered In three acta and
? many arai??, all of which were
???etrnad and painted by Joeeph
'.rben Floren? Zlefeld. jr.. haa en
A*xed a dlatlnaruhVfa?d east to assist
Miss Burke In the preaentatlon nf
"Caaaar*? Wife." In addition to Nor
Iman Trevor, th? player? will Includa
?Thomas Power?. Hilda Spong. Fr?*
l??ie D? Belleville, T. Wlgney Percl
|val. Gertrud? win. H Green and
ICyru-s Wood. Thi? engageaient will
Ike limited to on? weak, with th?
lru?tom?ry Wednesday and Satur
* Uri?.?.? .l-'.rhiairr,."
of the nrowt noiabl? wiieaare
at th? Belsnco Theater in
la that of "Forblddes?," which
com?? to WaahlnsTton next week. It
?a a romantic nlay of the army of oc
cupation, by Dorothy Donnelly, pro
dtaraad by cteorara Mooiar. Martha
Hedrnan h rad? th? hl?; cast of well
known playera, nrnonar whom are
r**lalr? Meaareau. Hermine rttione. An
??ette W??*tbiv>'. Richard Barbee. John
?Rutharford. Georgia Lucile Mooeer.
George Connor. John McKenna. David
?**roetor Herbert DelarioT?. Hfsrrnan
frerold. Joeeph Dunn. Nolan ??-ar?'.
jarry Shutan. John Burkell. Henry
?eor?? ?ml Arden Paare Frank
?elcher Is th? ?tace director.
r.ll-_-Thr sta?? of Cblaa.**
"The Roee of ?Thlna" will have it?
premier at Poll'* next Monday nicht,
when F. Rav Comstock and Moni?
dernt will prweent thi? lateet wrark by
'?uy Bolton and P. fl. Wodehouee. the
famous author? of "Oh. Boy*" "Oh.
Lady. Lady:** and "Oh. My Dearr
Th? mnale is by Armand Vecaey. a
new composer. Much Is expectrxi of
The Rose of China" because of the
sr-?at ?ureaaa attained by Its authors
? nd producer? In ?tacine previou?
hita The prettiest choru? of ?he ?ea
Mn hu been ?elected by Julian
Mitchell, who ?Laced the dance num
era, while Robert Milton ha? dlrect
?h? dramatic ?ctlon. The cast
I Includo Krank McTntyre. Cecil
Jmnlncrham. Oscar Shaw. Jan?
flrhardson. George K. Mack and
.arrlrl?????klactan Opera Cern
. Th? Waahington-Opera Company will
present Gounod? "Fauif* In Enelish
?t the STiubart-Oarrick Theater ueit
week. New acenery and costume?
have bi-en made in New York especial
ly for this production. An evenly-bal
anced caa?. choru? of 100 and orchestra
of ?a. conducted by Arnold Volpe, ?adii
present a performance of this popular
opera which ?arili astonish Washington.
Mariruer.te Holt head? the cast? as
Marguerite. Lula Root, of New York,
will sin?; Martha. Beutah Harper
l*unwoody taken the role of Selbel.
l^opold Glushak since Kaust. Holii?
Kdson Davenny. who is director of the
Community Sins Department of the
War Camp Community Service, sings
Oliver Mettimi and Harlan Randall
w ill also have roles.
B. F. ? el ta*?? Vn ?de? lile.
Seit week at ?. F. Keith?? Theater
. the attractions will be headed by the
nous l-'nglish music hail and musi
comedy comedienne. ATBee Lloyd.
America's favorite English com
lienne" In sonsj. The extra added
feliar feature will be California's
Jawly risen dance luminary. Hut ?
f?rri, aasisted by Jay Velie and Paul
i'Neill- Other number? include Marte '
fnd Mary McFarland in a song re
fital: Crawford and Broderick in "A
Little of This and a Little of That;"
I mho ff. Conn and Coreen In "A Pest
|louse" farce: the Ara Sisters in
?nee creations; Gautier*? Bricklayers;
symond and Schr?m in "A Syn
Ipated Cocktail;*' the Lev?los m a
fire sensation; "Topics of the Day."
Ih? klnograms and other popular ad
iti ? ion?.
The Cosmos Theater bill next week
will he headed by one ot George
Cbooa' breesy ragtime musical
farces. "Hello. Judge." featuring
Victor Kahn. Ruth Francia, Blanche
Boone and Frank Thornton. The book '
1? by Oart MacBoyle and the music
by "Walter Roaemont .Robinson, Mc- '
lab? and Robinson, a Jais trio of
rorrsjdian? with novelty and ?ong, and
k Frank Gardner and company in "The ;
?blftra." a new and amusing traveaty.
?will lead th? supporting attractions.
Vwhich include also Caster and Max-'
G well, m an Instrumental number; the
Thre? Maxim Girls, club swingers snd
jugglers: Mabel Dain^erfleld and Bob
Drayton. In "Follies of the Minute;"
Celesta and Orion, in modern and
il.iiiu dancing; Robert Warwick's
latest picture. "In Mixxoura;" Sen
nett's "Salome vs. Shenandoah."
Topical Tips and the Pathe Newa
t.ayety?--Buttrrfllr? of Broadway."
Sam Howe's 'The Butterflies of
(?roadway." an organisation that I?
row to the Columbia burlesque clr
ruit. will make It? flrat appearance
here at the Gayety Theater next week,
?nd advance report? credit It with
preeentiaaT a bright and breesy mu
sical extravagansa. the enioyrnent ot
which la enhanced by pretentious
, ?mtlng and a wealth of beautiful eoa
Mtcces Th? leading role? are Por
trayed by Harry Cooper. Sam Howard.
Helen Tan*. HattSe Beali. Matt Ken
nedy. Florence *M??cott and Gua
Flaig. A choru? of 30 agile and at
tractive young women forma a fitting
-Toraplainent to the whole.
I ?rraea?Sleee aad Pillard.
s ?-rounded by a brilliant ch?ma and
L ? galaxy of atara In the bui-ieaqoe
?ajam-iajiant. Stone and Pillard, with
^"rnelr own show, will be seen at the
Lyceum Theater commencing next
! Sunday matinee. Stone and Pillard
! have been the bright light? of mu
sical comedy on Broadway for the
past two seasons, and that they will
duplicate their record in the burlesque
Held Is not doubted by the most pee
-Imestic. They will be supported bv
ty O-Moore, Jack Pillard. Mk-ky
,"?be. Miller Evan?. Jeanette
?re. Rose Duffln, ktable Howard
md a large chorus of pretty girla
Viola Dana will continua the ptc
ii red ?tar at rjrandall'a Metropolitan
Theater th-anughout the -remainder of
the current week In the elaborate
film version of the famous Morocco
farce. "Please Get Married.?? Jamea
Aubrey. In "Squabs and Squabbl??.''
? two-reel rio?, contribute? the sec
ondary feature of the bill.
Next week will bring to the aereen
?t tba Metropolitan Avery Hopwood*?
"Fair and Warmer.'? -with May A1U
?on caat In th? fW trng the young
brtde who ywm w wita hlee_
proof bever- ?means of get
1 ? "I"???^??????????????????? ?*? wh"> seems
L rwrmt-mr'mr'*>er hapem??.
If *-**? *m.**%*%* "* Production
r e or txrreeu . *m*Z*m* Aneat. Larry
????rmon win rurnlak the ?upplemcn
rtary feature In -?*** Drop Um."
Leew-a rala?? -?s?, Hsmra Leave.*?
Tliomaa H. lince'? aplendld comedy
adaptation of Mary Robert? Rine
hart'? famous Saturday Evening Pu?t
?tory. "9% Hours 1-eave." which
?erve*. a? the initial ?tarring vehicle
for Douglas MaeLean and Don? May.
will continue a? -the attraction at
IaOeWe Palace theater ror the re
mainder of the current week.
For the full week beginning next
Sunday ar'ernoon at 3 ?'clock. Loew's
Palace offer* Marguerite dark a? the
featured ?tar of II? program In "Luck
In Pawn," a aplendld and brilliant
photoplay adaptation of the ?tage -hit
of the ?ame name by Manin Taylor.
The feature will be supplemented, a?
usual, by a number of flrat run ?ul>
aidiary attraction? of the flrat rank.
Hlalr??-???? .r Greet? liable?."
Mary Mile? Mlnter continues to hold
the screen for the balance of the week
at Moore'? Rialto Theater In her first
offering under the Iteatart banner, an
assembling of 1? M. Montgomery??
classic novel? of A/nerican girlhood
Into "Anne of Green Gable*.." Hector
Goldsplnk. lyric tenor, continues lo
sing hi? way Into popular favor.
For the coming week the Rialto an
nounce? lot? or thrilling action in "The
Teeth of the Tiger." a new P-.ru
mount-Artcrart picture recounting the
adventures or Arsone Lupin, the fa
mmi* French crook. The role of l.uplr.
Is enacted by David Powell
l.ees.?? rolaa-bla?Sea?..,?- Hmjw
ka?a In -Tke Illnatri-su? Prince.
Seasue Hayakawa bring?, another
nf those vivid and fascinating Ori
ents] characterization? to the screen
of Loew'? G?G?-mhla for the last three
da;.-? of thi? week, beginning Thurs
day, in "The Illustrlou? Prince," by
E. Phillip? Oppenheim, his latest
starring vehicle. It reveals the* ?trange
adventure* that befell a man of the
East In the British capital, through
which he ?a.ed ih? house of a ri lend
from dlelxmor ?ml found Lappine?.
In a sublime love. /
For tbe first four days at next .seek,
beginning Sunday. Uurw? Oolumhi*
announce?. Dorothy Olsh in r. new
Glsb farce ? loi of ?pooka, crook?,
lovers and lunatica. The attraction
for the '.a?t three day? of next week.
beginning Thursday, will be Ktild
Bennett In "Wbat livery Woman
_ ? >
StraBd?"Vaakre ? ???.die in ll.ni?.??
Moore'? Strand Theater has one uf
he beet bills of thsi season ? Mack
Sennett's bathing beauties who appear
in pemon a? a feature of "Vankee
Doodle In Berlin" now pleytng there.
Ten Kyck and Weily and Mil?. Nadio
complete the bill
The capacity or the house will not
.??ommodate the crowd*, ?nd there I?
every Indication that the Strand may
be forced by public demand lo continue
the present show .text week
<>..-*.ll*. Kill. K. ?Lu. Is?r?..||?r
Kls.ilsa ot llrs-na??."
TurtHy ami WteAtp at Ilia cur
rent week I'mndsir* Knicker
bocker Theater will offer one of the
'most dell?*htful film romene?? of the
year In "Her Kingdom of Dreams,"
starring Anita Stewart On Satur
day only. Alice Joyce svili be
screened for. the first rime In Wash
ington in the title role of "Th? Win
Next Sunday and Monday at the
Knickerbocker will be notable ror
the first Washington presentation?
of "F?ir ?nd Warmer." the cinema
version of Avery Hopwod'a laugh
able farce, with M?y Allison pic
tured In the le.si.1lng tole. On Tues
day ?nd Wednesday, will be shown
D Vf. Griffith's classic tragedy.
"Broken Blossoms." Thursday and
Friday. William F*us?ell will occupy
the screen In "Six Feet Four." For
Saturday. Montagu I?ove and June
Blvldge are announced as co-stars
In a new phntodrama. "The Steel
C.nraem?**t*Wldler* or furlanf."
Now In Its third and last week, yet I
running.apparently with no diminution
Beginning Next Monday Mat.; Ending Following Sunday Night
America** Kavarlte l-*a*H?b * '?medicasse sitar ot tbe 11..11? und M ast
ral ? amedr. Appnrlsi After Ihe \ ?or? sad Work of (he World War
"SWEET ALICE OF LONDON TOWN"
A I'lrtnrr \r.rr K?ranllrn. A 1'ersonnllt y of I nde?crlt.nhle Char?*?
A Memory Always Vividly la Mind aad a Vltlfylni*. Hejuscnstln?.
.eater of K'.lertrlfylng Life aad Vl.aclly.
????:?:>t??. ufi? tnvtinv ami \kw toh ? DIAI.KCT AM)
Tbe *if*s Star ef tke Wear Iliaca Over the ?.aldea .?ale
The suprrmr I :m rrodlmr nt of Physical Cha*-?is * holleniclna All Olker
Star* af Terpsichore to Contest Her la llenulv. tirare, and l.rn?irs
?it PPOBTED BY JAT VEI.1K AND I'll I, o*M>*II,l.
In a Brilliantly Ceneri.ed Danee Spectacle with Muele and Lyrics
hjr l.ee Tin?Id
Direction or MI?*_llo?alic Stewart
Till; AUKIUI *\ I.R.AM) lll'F.lll l?n tri-akt? from broad
stark WAV ?HOW?
MARIE ? MARY
I!? ?A COSCEBTPBOGBAWr
Roger Hugh p
IMHOF, CONN ?
A fiLEEPI I, COMEDT ???G?
ARA SISTERS I RAYMOND &
Datare surpris?. | ?? \ Syncopated
_ mad? Lmaame.? Other? Feature?.
"?G? HEATS ?TOW _____ ?
LESTER O HELEN
CRAWFORD ? BRODERICK
**A ?.???.? Of THIS AKD ?????-*
Marooll? "In A Past
i COREENE how??"
some inii.i;i ? ?. ??.???,?:
SCHR?M ! THE LEV?LOS
< ecktnJI" | Wire ?onder?
the Day." Klnagrama. I*~m.?
OAl.l, SI \l V 4I-.J
1:1 i-opularlly. caiwcity audience? t.eing
the rule. Allan Dann'? pin-tudrainatic
production of Richard Harding Davis*
eel.brated novel of romance, love and
mlyeniuu-. ".Ioidi.?? of Fortune." coa
llinie? .-.? Moore's Garden Theater. ' "
Vm the coining week the Gai-dea an
noun.es i;ecll B. DeMllle'? "Male and
Pe?nale," a picture ii.ilgi.au>. powerful,
tremendous lu ita ?cone Pounded ari
J. H. Barrle's famdu? pluy, "The Ad
mirable Crlchton," every element la
supplied to fissine of one of the great
est ?creen Irjumphs of the year.
run aup?r-f?ature. The Woman of
Uu." In which the title role la
taken with aplendld effect by June
Klvidgt*. one of the moat gifted ac
tresses In silent drams.
Crandall's Theater will present a?
the chief real-are of It? photoplay
bill for the last three days of this
week, beginning today, the latest
release In which Gladys Brockwell
is pictured aa star. "Chasing- Rain
The -ret, three day? of next week
at Crandall'? will ?ei-ve to preeerit
Norma Talniadir? in "The Children
In the Mouse." one of the moat at
rectlve vehicle? In which thi? bril
liant star has been filmed. Begln
nlti?* Wednesday and continuine
the chief feature through Friday,
will be ahown "A Girl in Bohemia."
a highly dramatic romance In which
the ?tettar role I? taken upon tha
?ereeii by Peggy Hyland. Hatur
|-iny's major offering will be a flrst
ls.-atlt.aal?Bart ?a _ Il e Ime..
Burl?n Holme? I? to begin his en-1
miai ?erte? of travelogue? in thia city
nest BOnday at the National with
Belgium a? hi? topic. Last au m mer
Mr. Holme?, and hi? asststants mo
tored through Belgium?to Br?ssel?.
Antwerp, Bruges, Ghent, Ostend,
-?eebrugt?. Liege, D?nant, Ypres. DIs
mude and other cities. Mr. Holme?'
motion picture? and colored view?
will not only ?how the ?cene? of de
vastation and wartime horror?, but
also take hi? audience? to the coun
trysitde where Belgium H ralslnr her
Natleaal ? Phllarlelphln Ors healra.
The Philadelphia Orrhestra. Dr.
.Leopold atokowskl conductor, will
give the first of Its regular season'?
?symphony concerte et the New Na
tional Tliester next Tuesday ?fter
noon, ?t i:S<* o'clock, with Margaret
M?t*ena?er. the world-famous drs
mntlc contralto, as the ?.??latins ar
The program will Include Beeth
oven's Fifth Symphony In C Minor.
Debussy'?? "L'Apre? ' Midi d'?.*s
PRESCNTINO?? AMERICAS -??????G
SCORING A HIT ALL THIS WEEK.
Barf aia Matine? Today, 2:30. Entire Orchestra, $1.
"A play rich in character delineation marked by ex
ceptional histrionic artistry."?Times.
"WHEN A MAN'S A MAN"
"Stuff that thrills."?Herald.
By WILLARD ROBERTSON and KILBOURN GORDON.
"Dialogue extremely well-written and contains much
A PUY OF THRILLS AND SUSPENSE.
"Strong interest is created."?Said the Star.
6 MOOTS, Con. Next Monday, Nov. 17. SEATS NOW
EDOUARD ALBION, Director
-IN ENGLISH ??
ORCHESTRA CONMCTEB BY ARKOLD VOLPE
Faune.'* and the overture in' Web- , r.rld? Song?, "lluthir Can I !>??? ?nd Schubert?? ??Erlkoeelfr."
er'? Lier Frelaehuta. a? orchestral : Thee Le?s" and "Leave Me la Mis | bere by Mom. Malseaaaer.
number?, and Brahmi*' "Kv< r Light-! Arm? endearing:' Teehelkowaky'? Tickets may be liad at the oMcm
er Grow? My Slumber." Schumann'? I letter ?cene from "liegen Onwgln." I of T. Arthur Smith. ISM O etrae?
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.CR A Mi ALL'S.
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BE6IRNING fl ? &^ mTM Wla, I "*"*?-*
today m E %m*a*sF %****? %,**** W^ toh p. m.
The Most Sensational Pictures Ever Pre- 1
sented and the Greatest Scoop in the History |
of News Films. Beginning Today, Will Be L;
Shown for the First Time on Any Screen in t
America Absolutely Authentic Pictures |
Showing Actual Sinking of Merchant Ships g
by German Submarines* These Close-ups of _
German Piracy Were Taken by the Com- |
mandersof Hun U-Boats as Concrete Evidence g
of Their Work and Are From the German ?
Government's Archives in Berlin. ^
tr TO BE SEEN HERE ONLY-NO AWfAHCE IH PRICES -m |
ALL NEXT WEEK |
MAY ALLISON ?^L%. IN ? "FAIR AND WARMER'" ?
Presents the 15th Annual Tour
ALL THIS WEEK
A SHOW FOR THE LADIES
A CARNIVAL OF TRAVESTY
IN TWO ACTS AND 10 SCENES
A GORGEOUS GARDEN OF GLORIOUS GIRLS
AN AURORA BOREALIS OF BEWILDERING BEAUTIES
GOWNED LIKE GODDESSES!!!
THE WHOLESALE WRINKLE WRECKERS?HEADED BY
CHIEF COMMANDER ?G FUN
LAWRENCE and VIRGINIA
AMETA PYNES AND COMPANY
Presenting Her Two Original Spectacular Ballets Entitled
"ARABIAN NIGHTS" and "A FOOL THERE WAS"
Last But Not Least?the LAUGHING ELEPHANT"