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:TH33 IVASHING.'tONTIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, Ml.
' AT THE BELASGO
De Kbven's Newest Opera
Will Be Presented
Reginald De Koven'ii new opera
booftc, "The Wedding Trip," which has
jusi oeen Drougni out in rnuaaeipma,
will be the attractloh at the Delosco
next week when the plcco will be Inter
pre ted hro by a large company. The
company nurnbers 116 people and In
clude Dorothy Jardon, Christine Niel
sen. Dorothy Morton, Perle Bfcrtl, Owen
DuBary, Edward Martlndel, John Mc
Cloakey, Arthur .Cunningham, Charles
iAng-elo, Joaoph PlHUlps, Geonre Mndl
on. and Charles -Buabey.
The authors of the book are Fred de
Grease and Harry B. Smith, who have
furnished the composer with a story
at once Interesting; and out of the ordi
nary. The hree scenes are laid in Dalmatla.
the chief characters being an Innocent
country boy, his young wife, the parents
of the two contracting parties, a gypsy
Slrl, and numerous bandits.
The opeta Is handsomelv staged and
will be presented here under the direc
tion of the Messrs. Shubert. Mr. De
Koven la expected to be In town during
the run of the opora end will conduct
tor the opening night.
bill at the Imperial Theater today is
the appearance or miss wiara raua iium
mer, who has been secured for the holi
day performances. Miss Hammer pos
sesses a colorature soprano voice, ana
will sing several -operatlo numbers
Miss Hammer will remain for the bal
ance "'of the woek and will also be one
of the features of next Sunday a con
Th MiH-ntir- wilt be at the Gayety
nil next week, presenting a two-net
musical farce, entitled' "Thfc Winning
Widow." This Is the newest of the bur
lesque, companies organised under the
Columbia Amusement Company's sys
tem. The Spiegel and Qoldenberg com
pany have engaged a company of forty
people, headed by Florence May, Joe
M. Field, and George B. Bcanlon.
"The Wlnnlnrr Widow" Is In two scenes,
the Hrst "mowing-mo interior 01 a sn;
lonable homo on Riverside Drive and
the second the boardwalk In Atlantic
City. , -
ARGUMLNTS AS TO
IS. JONES' SANITY
. BEGIN ON MONDAY
Estate of $50,000 Involved
and Much Oratory Expect
ed From Attorneys.
.Considerable Interest Is attached to
tho forthcoming appearance of "The
Pink Lady," which Is to open In the
National Theater next week. 'The en
gagement will continue two weeks.
The company appearing at the Na
tional will Include Tom Waters, Miss
Cecil Cunningham, Miss Alma Francis,'
Wallace MoCutoheon, Fred C. Truesdell,
Jed Prouty, Miss Georgia Harvey, Wll
Miss Jane G rover,
IUM9V MVUtRin . w VJ -
11am Clifton, Edward Morris, Miss Ma
ne vernon, Dan Youni
hub oiDser xaie.
lArthnr Qros.' Miss Elisabeth Finney.
and Joseph Monahan.
The evening curtain will rise promptly
at S o'clock and the matinees at 2
Sim Williams' Ideals will come to the
Lyceum Theater next week presenting
"The General Salesman,1' with Harry
Emerson In the original character of
The Salesman. Two musical satires
are also contained In the bill, and the
supporting company Includes Edyth
Murray, the White Pickaninny; Helen
Almorah, Babe Allen, F.iV. Thorndyke,
George B. Fox, George Martin, "the
Minstrel Boy;" Harry Gray. Irish char
acter comedian, and a large' chorus.
Not the least interesting portion of
the extra travelogue Burton Holmes
will give at the Columbia Theater Sun
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, and one
that is particularly timely at this time,
are the colored slides and motion pic
tures' of scenes in the disturbed sections
of China which are disclosed Incidental
ly to his "Two Ways Around the
As an added feature of this subject
pictures of the growth of flowers.. The
Mr. Holmes will also present the motion
regular subject for the Sunday evening
and Monday afternoon courses Is
"Buenos Aires," tho Paris of America,
a city so little known here, but one of
great artistic beauty.
Arguments In the hearing to determine
tho mcplal conUttlori of Mrs. Catharine
M. U. Jones, the elghty-flve-year-old
widow of "Bill Jones the Avenger,','
would-be' slayer of Charles 'J. Giilteau,
assassin of' President Garfield, will be
made j Monday, Justice Barnard, com
pletlngttoday instructions to the jury.
On the verdict of Jhe Jury will de
pend whotlior a committee Is named to
take charge of the 150,060 estate of the
aged woman, as desired by Miss Char
lotte E.' Bates; a niece, who. Instituted
the procoefllncrs. The case has disclosed i
considerable f eellnir on the part of op-j
posing counsel, and iruch Interest cen-j
teri. In the verdlst, I
Dm. S. E. Jelllffe and D. Percy Hlck
Unir have testified Mrs. Jones Is sane
and capable of managing ,aher own af
fairs, Five physicians told the Jury
the aged woman lsjnot of sound mind,
end should not be permitted to manage
Otilv onco was Mrs. Jones In court,
that bein; the first dnv of 'tlte hearing,
when she was present by order of Jus
tice Barnard. She nan grilled for nn
hour by tho attorneys. '
Interact Is addi'U bV 'tho"fact thnt
(United 8tates Senator Isldor Rayntr of
Maryland 'and f ormor-unitcu Btntea "At
torney Daniel W. Baker oro opposing
Attorney J. J." Darlington. The oratory
win draw n largo crowa on Monday, it
Seek Twelfth Venire
lit the McNamara Case
(LOB ANGELES., Cal Nov. 30.-While
deputy "sheriffs and court officers
scoured the county serving the fifty
members of the twelfth venire called to
report Friday morning to complete the
Jury In'the McNamara murder trial, the
attorneys celebrated Thanksglvlhff,
Interest In the case has again re
vlved, following the sensational allega
tlons of bribery and, the 'association with
the -defense of former Governor and
Minister to Portugal Henry T. Gage.
The tatter's' standing in the community
has, caused a change In sentiment,
.Mr. Gage declared today that he Is
absolutely convinced , that tho case
against Bert Franklin, accused of try
ing to bribe a prospective Juror In the
McNamara case, is not sound. He has
not made up his mind whether he will
fight the case when the hearing before
Magistrate Young negms wonaay next,
or will withhold the defense's side until
FDR BANQUET HERE
TO HONOR Ji
actual trial in me superior couru
Displayed At Exhibit
The industries and mode of living of
the Southern mountaineers are Illus
trated by an exhibit at the headquarters
of the Southern Industrial Educational
Association, room 326. Southern building.
Mrs. Martha S. Glelow, vice president
and organizer of the association, and
Mrs. Augusta Stone, assistant corresponding-secretary,
are In charge of the
exhibit, which Is open to the public
from 9:30, a. nvto 6 p. m.
A.Christmas sale. of baskets and weav-
Ings-mode by the mountaineers will be
held Saturday, December 10. The asso
ciation is nonsectarian. and was or
ganized to promote Industrial education
among tne mountain peopie,
Eddie Foy.will appear' at the Columbia
fTheater next week in his newest musi
cal offering, entitled. "Over the River."
Sir. Foy appears as a man about town
who is sentenced to thirty days "over
the river" in the penitentiary on Black
.well's "Island. The second act shows
the prison scene, with Foy In stripes,
and the chorus attired as Salvation
Army girls trying to reform the pris
on ra. The last act Is a brilliant Mexi
can fete scene.
Mr. Foy's company Includes Maud
Juambert, Edna Hunter, the Reld Sla
ters, Beatrice Llddell, the Marvelous
Millers la a dancing specialty, the eight
Berlin Madcaps in a whirlwind act, and
the three Methven Sisters.
As a special feature ror Thanksgiving
night, the management of the Arcade
skating rink haB arranged a turkey
race, and six turkeys will be given to
the winners In the speed events. In
addition, the "Mutt and Jeff" special,
which has proved so popular all tho
week, will be presented.
In the ballroom a dance will be given
by tho Colonial Dancing Club, and In
the bowling alleys contests are on all
dav for the cash prizes offered for tho
highest individual scores. Special films
will be shown tonight In the motion
picture theater, and all of the various
attractions are featuring Thanksgiving
Tomorrow night the feature event will
be the children's fancy dress dancing
carnival, given by the puplla of MIr.s
Hawke's dancing class In the ballroom,
and it Is expected to prove a strong
"A Romance of the Underworld" Is
the headline attraction at Chase's next
week, a play by Paul Armstrong, whose
j"Deep Purple" has been seen here this
(Season, and whose name alsbls 'at
tached to "Alias Jimmy Valentine,"
"The Heir to the f Hurrah," "Salomy
Jane," and other successful plays. In
the company presenting "A Romance of
the Underworld" there are twenty-five
persons, and the play Is In three scenes.
The extra attraction lstf. C. Nugent, In
. a comedy entitled, "The Rounder."
Another diversion will be Isabello
D'Armond, In her latest offering,
"Bright Bits." The Melody Monarcha,
Kaufmann, Bornhart, O'Donnell, and
Shlslcr. will give a musical number,
and Johnny Johnston will give a vocal
parody on the "Poet and Peasant"
overture' that is said to be one of tho
most laughable vocal novelties in
vaudeville. The eccentric dancer, Louis
Stone, will be another attraction, and
the photoplane daylight motion pictures
will close the bill.
The program for next week's bill at
tho Caslnp Theater Includes Dick Far
num and Katherlne Delmar, In an ec
centric comedy and knockabout act; La-
velle and Day, In a singing and talking
act, billed as "The Baby and the
Nurse:" Brandon and Taylor. In char
acter changes, Mattle Luckett singing
comedienne, ana tne Leveiie'iirotners in
arTathlettc noVeltyr In addition to these
numbers several new photo plays will
Patrons of the New Academy recall
the dual role of Vera Wilton and Alice
Marsh In "The Rosary," which was the
dramatlo surprise among popular priced
attractions last season.
'Jessie Arnold created this character,
and for the first time Miss Arnold ap
pears at the New Academy next week,
m the title character In the companion
play for "The Rosary," namely, "Rock
ft Ages." In private life Miss Arnold
fi the wife of Edward, E. Rose, author
of both plays, and her character of Rev.
Bethel Martin In "Rock of Ages." is
Bald to be one of the most novel of Us
Miss Arnold Is supported by a cast
consisting of Miss Alma Russell, Mist
Lulu' Bishop, Miss Louise Kelly, Ber
nard Craney, Harry Schroder, Fred
Pittam, Jack Lewis, and Leo Dumont.
"The Suffragette," a political comedy,
beads the bill at the Imperial next
Week. This pcrody is given by Frank
Holland and company. The Gouldons
Will present a musical act, 'Nat Carr,
a Hebrew comedian. Is coming with a
fresh supply of stories. Blake's Circus,
Barnes and Robinson, singing and
Jilanologue artists; Murphy and Frank
In. in s nglnir and dancing spe
cialties, also are on the bill. As an
additional feature will be seen W. E.
Whittle, a ventriloquist, who presents a
novel act The Imperial Feature Photo
Flays will conclude the bill.
The second Imperial Sunday concert
next Sunday afternoon and evening
Will be headed by Mile. Elizabeth Bran
Jon, dramatic soprano.
A special Thanksgiving feature of the
An excellent motion picture feature
is to be offered at the Colonial Theater
next week In the presentation of Dion
BoucIcault'B Irish classic, "Arrah-na-Pogue,"
by the Kalem company's corps
cif players. To reach the highest pos
sible realism, all the films have been
taken in the Emerald Isle. The cele
brated drama Is given in three reels.
Ice Wagon Driver
Injured In Runaway
Charles O'Donohue, a driver for the
American Ice Company, was bruised and
cut about the legs and severely shaken
up In a runaway accident in B street,
between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
streets northwest, this morning.
O'Donohue was driving through B
street when the horses became unman
ageable. He was unable to atop them,
and the wagon crashed into the curb,
throwing him from his seat. He was
taken to the Emergency Hospital, where
it was said his Injuries were not serious.
This Shampoo Will
"Baldness," writes Mrs. Mae Maityn,
In the Los Angeles Press, "Is fre
quently traced to Injurious shampoos.
Soai'S and mixtures containing 'free'
nllcali have a tendency to rob tho scalp
of Its necessary oil. This causes a dry,
harsh, Itchy condition, dandruff ap
pears' and the halr-folltcles are de
ptivud of sufficient nourishment, than
the hair becomes brittle and falls out.
"A delightfully fcothlng and cleans-,
lug shampoo can be hbd with plain
uinlhrox, a teaspconful of which dls
colved In a cup of hot water Is plenty
for a thorough cleansing of hair and
scalp. This dissolves dust and dan
druff and excites the tissues to healthy
action; rinsing leavos the hair ai
scalp wonderfully clean. Canthrox
shampoos will make 'stringy,' lifeless
liulr soft, fluffy and lustrous', oven en
couraging a bountiful growth."
PARLOR OF SWEETS
All the newest in candy novelties, the latest In rare and pleas
ing variations from "the usual" in candles will be found among our
Every chocolate and bon bon in our newly opened store, Is sold
on the same day it is made nothing carried over absolutely
fresh, delicious, and positively pure.
"The Most Delicious Ice Creams and Ices In the City."
Enjoy the Best the Sweet Things frbm the
PARLbR OF SWEETS
Cokinos Brothers : 924 9thSt.N.W.
E. A. Newman Announces
His Selection Dinner
Takes Place Jan. 8.
Edwin A. Newman, member of the
Democratic national committee, today
announced tho appolntmerit of a com
mittee of twenty-seven members to aid
in making arrangements for a Jackson
Day banquet, to be held In Washington
on January 8. This committee will act
with a committee of five, appointed by
Norman K. Mack, chairman of the na
tional .committee, and another com-,
ml t tee of five appointed by James T.
Lloyd, representing tho Domocratlc
Congressional committee. "
The committee appointed by Mr. New
man will meet at the Shoreham Hotel
on Monday evening, December 4, at 8
o'clock. It Is composed of the follow
Robert E. Mattlngly. secretary: Thorn-
B. Kalbfus, Creed M. Fulton, James F.
Oyster, Hnry U West, Edwin J. Stell
wagen, W. V. Cox, Frederick I Sl'l
dons, A. T. Holtsman, James L,. Nor
tis, Jr., D. A. Edwards, Thomas V.
Hammond, M. D., P. J. Haltlgan, Rob
ert N. Harper, W. Cranch Mclntyie,
Willis J. Abbtt, M. I. Wellcr, Samuel
E. Lewis, M. D., George ICtllecn, Hugh
Harvey, Louis P. Shoemaker. Charles
A. Douglas, Albert F. Fox, Blair Lee,
Ei O. BlRgers, Cotter T. Bride, Joseph
The committee of Ave representing
the Democratic national committee com
prises J. Tayl6r Ellison, of Virginia; Jo
sephus Daniels, North Carolina; John
F. McOraw, West Virginia; J. F. C.
Talbot, Maryland; John F. Martin, Mis
souri. Tho representatives of tho Democratic
Congressional Committee are W. J.
Stone, MIssouti; Robert L. Owen, Okla
homa; Andrew J. Peters, Massachu
setts; Edwin T. Taylor,. Colorado; Lin
coln Dixon, Indiana.
in preparation ror tno jacKson Day
banquet, the District central committee
Brown, Walter H. Wills,
will be represented by a committee com
posed of J. Fred Kclley, John B. Miller,
Frank J. Wlssi.er, John O. Campbell,
Bernard u. urown, waiter ii. wins,
William McK. Clayton, Thomas J,
Moore. Walter J. Costello, Charles II
Dausch, John Keady, Lyman E. Bur
Angrjr Bull Rushes " i
FORT WORTH, Tex., Nov. 39.-Aft(rfp
having battled with eagles while crossi'V,
In" the Sierras, the biplane of Robert "
Q, Fowler, who Is flying across the conl V
t,lt J n SlAt.tA Tft k rrkanH frbUl I
uuut, imu ocv-.u .i.. a uuiijn
near here. ' )
A farmer Who saw the bull charging-
the airship, says the animal at first? :
shook Its head threateningly at the
irange crnii, men jwwea inn enrin,'r
and rushed forward. The farmer beatu
the bull off with a club, but not before?';'
It had broken the two connecting wing's Y;
of the aeroplane. ..fi
T P-t PI
Give the Miller His Due
If he selects his wheat
Washes, brushes and
Grinds it 20 times, so the
granules are all alike
Sifts it 10 times through
silk, so you get only utterly
Then bakes a batch from
every lot before it leaves
. He deserves recognition.
It is fair toryou and fair to
him thatyou specify his flour.
That's why we tell you of Gold Medal Flour.
We do all that. And it adds to our costs,
perhaps, a million dollars a year.
We do it to better your baking to give you
more foryour money and to win a bigger place.
And, because we have done it, more homes
use Gold Medal than any other flour in existence.
In mutual fair-
ness, next time say
is used by people of refinement in every part of the
world where the use of the tooth brush is known
Saturday Matinee, 25c to &sm
Nights, 50c to $2. !
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NEX1 I REGINALD DEKO YEN'S
WE UK. i
Nw Opera BaaJTe,
THE WEDDING TRIP
WITH TUB FINEST 'SINGING ORGANIZATION SINCE THE ORIGIN
AL. "BOSTONIANS." PHENOMENAL COBIPANY OP 115. &.
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1TM44kanl TONIGHT 8ll5
CHARLES FROHMAN Presents
In her new four-act drama.
The Witness for the Defence
By A, E. W. Mason.
Two Weeks Begum Next Mtriay
Matlneea Wedneadajr and Saturday.
KLAW A ERI.ANGKR Preaea
THE MUSCIAt. COMEDY DE LUXE
The Pink Lady
Seats selliaa r " aerformaacea
NIrM prices 60c, 1.0O, 11.50, Z0
Matinee prices SOc, 91.00, 91.50
Telepboae ordera saspeaded
Mmday Evesiif, Detmber 4th, 7:45
New Hardwood Floor.
"Two Acres" of Floor
Biff Bras. Baa
Smews fr tke ladies
Plenty ot seats for
Aftraon 18c Eti
t. 4:3. 7:45
Matinee Tbanlualvlna; Day.
HENRY B. HARRIS PRESENTS
In Chart g. Nlrdllnser'a New Comedy, l
"tuc crocT i nv i. nun
UK nnui uwi ti uuw
NEXT WEEK -WLSS.
Cbaa. Dillingham and F. Zlegield. Jr.,
AMERICA'S FOREMOST COMEDIAN,
In the roof-raUin riot of mirth, melodftfl
"OVER THE RIVER"
Prettieat chorus In the world.
I COLUMBIA THEATER I
Sunday I".. krami B.JJ
Seats Selling-. 25c to 11.00.
Evgs.. 25c. SSc. 60c. Mats.,' AH Seats. 25c
No adanco lor Thanksgiving Matinee.
AMERICA'S GREATEST COMEDY lUT.
Our New Minister
Original Cast, with Joseph Conyers.
NEXT WEEK-ROCK OF AGES.
AT NIGHT SIX PRIZE&
ROWLING AIiL DAY.
CASH FOR HIGH SCORES.
VISIT THE FALSI CAPE.
SPECIAL. MOTION PICTURES.
CONTINUOUS e&.SSurlOc an- 20c
a. fatal Roberts' Trained Rats and
Mil VI Cats, and 6 Other Sterling:
IV Features Combined In a
SPECIAL HOLIDAY WEEK RILL
S THAUKSGIVIMQ cV.
Continuous performance 1 to 11 a.m.
Dally Mats.. 25c Eye's., 25c, 50c, and 7H.
FL011KXTINE GBAD OPERA CO.
world-Famous Binders In Glorious Opera,
TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE &
"aermany" Bchaefer, of the 'Washington
Ball Team, with Grace Belmont. Brown t
Ayer. Dick, the Handwriting Dog. Martens,
ec Delton Bros. The Darrowa. The Photoplaae.
Pictures of the Army A Navy Football Gamo.
Next Week "A Romance ot the Under
world," by Paul Armstrong1, Author of "Alias
Jimmy Valentine," 25 Players, 1 Scenes.
Isabell D'Armand, Co-Star In "The Beauty
Spot." t Other Hits. Buy Stats Today.
NINTH. NEAR E.
Matinees. 1:15, 25c Eenlngs, 8:15, 25c, Sic.
SAM CURTIS & CO., In "Fun In the School
House." Betiuvere. Reed & St. John, In "Co
lonial Pastimes." Grace Do Mar, In "Char
acter Impressions." McConnlck and In Inc.
Inza and Lorella. Warden Brothers. John
La Vler. Imperial Photo-plays. Next weekt
FRANK l'.OLAND & CO.. In the political
comedy, "Tho Suffragette." The Gouldons.
stunning musical act. Nat Carr. Hebrew
comedian. Five other big acts. Buy seats
early. t .
SHOW NEVER STOPS
Matinee. 1 o'Clock
Prices 1 0c and 20c
9 Bis Attractions
DAILY 111 I CTP EVENINGS
MATINEE' WslW i-O I IU 7 to 10:30
Mantel-piece ot Motion Pbotoarraphy
Lecture Special Music ICflecta
No advance for TliankHiitvluK Mat
inee, Which Will Run Continuous 1
to 5 1 M.
ENTERTAINMENT AND BALL.
tSth annual benefit tlvert by Cathollo Knight!
of America for Ht Joseph's Orphan Asjlum.
Nov 30, Thonkwlvlng Night, 8 o'clock.
TICKETS. W CENTS.
Tho DAVISON'S" nANOIC
N'al'l RUWa Armory, DAKCINQ, 1,39 to L
ALL THIS WEEK. MATINEES DAILY.
,'t Pall to See This Big Show.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY BV
JOE HURTIQ'S BIO. JOY RIDE, ,,
The Taxi Girls
the Farrell-Tnvlor Trlrt niid irnrv
Fink, supported by 50 (unmnkrrs.
NEXT WEEK ''THE MAJESTIC8."
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co. '
UODBRN STERL PALACE STEAM.
KRS DAILY 0i43 P. M.
Special Attraction k
North Atlantic Fleet of Battle
ships In Hampton Roads
Special Saturday to Monday
$3.50 Round Trip
Also weclccnd tickets. Including accommo
dations at Cbamterlln Hotel. Old Point Com.
New York and Boston by Sea
Cll Ticket Onico. Bond Building, Httiand
Kw York at. Pbons IUul Whart tuot at
1 BsvtaUt JJuset B. W.