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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1912.
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noWER NIBHTrAT THE
I Farce Comedy Has Many
, Amusing Situations and
. There was nothing1 at the Bclnsco last
night to Indicate that the Capital's Len
ten period had not expired, for an audi-
I ence of midwinter proportions spent a
thoroughly enjoyable evening laughing
' over the predicament of the "Newly
(Weds" In William A. Brady's delightful
llttlo farce-comedy, "Over Night"
Two hours of almost continuous laugh
ter might safely bo guaranteed with
each ticket sold, for the capital has seen
but few1 offerings that have proven more
j mirth provoking' than, this. Two hours
.only is required 'for the production, but
thoro is something doing almost every
Llko all proper and well regulated
farces, It hinges on a very thin thread
of a plot, but a sufficient one to glvo op
portunity for complication after com
plication with richly humorous results.
Two bridal couples are starting on their
honeymoons and one husband and one
bride miss the boat. Unfortunately fortho
nowly-weds, but fortunately for the audi
ence, the pair left on the boat is the hus
band of the brldo ashore and the bride
of her companion. All of this happens
right at the first, and all tho way
through "until the final curtain com
plications pllo-up .
Ernest Truex deserves first honors for
his excellent work as tho meek little
husband of the suffragette wife. Left
on board ship with the bride of hlB old
college chum, he takes full advantago
of the laugh-bringing opportunities and
Is ably seconded by clever little Miss
Madge Kennedy, the clinging vino
bride, he finds thrust on his hands.
Florence Huntington, so kindly remem
bered for her work In stock here, Is a
Very charming suffragette bride, ,and
Robert Kelly handles his role of bluff,
masterful bridegroom, acceptably. Ali
of the cast Is in capable hands with no
noticeable weak spots to mar the pro
duction, a necessity in a successful
One of tho bright spots of the per
formance Is the character work of Ar
thur Aylsworth as the clerk In the Inn.
Everything possible In the way of stage
setting has been done to make the ot
Wdth the thirteenth pcason of doIIU
vaudeville at Chase's on the wane, and
also the last week but one, a Kood bill
is being ofteted natrons of this house
Holding the top line position la a Jesse
lABky production of William C. Do
Mllle's satire, on tho suffragette move
ment, entitled, "In 3999." U show
household conditions entirely reversed
as to the wav thev exist In the ptes'.-nt
day. The husband takes the w Ifu's
place In doing the housewoilc. eating
or the baby, knitting, etc., while the
wife attends to business cuts and
ppends her evenings at the club. Tho
husbnnd has a love affair with n. for-
tner sweothi'art, and the two elope. The
sketrh Is exccAjdliiirlv funny and well
anted hv Felice .Morris. Edmund Rear-
tdon. nnd Dorothea Fadller.
I "Love a Garden" Is a dalntv and
itmilodlous musical .eplsodo pretonted by
lUumiind Binniev ana rompaiij, me iai-
tcr hln; two women, tho omission of
whose nams fioin tho program Is a
m'8t n Tho ' ccinpany" In bv far
the featute of the product ion.
CHK Gordon, the German Senator,
who discusses piactlc'illy every Im
portant fea;uie of the world h news,
especially the political situation, proves
a pleasing entertainer and In tab's many
Delto, with a piano accordion, fur
nished an excellent ieioitc!iu ringing
from the classical to ragtime, tho lat
'ler. of course, Ri'ttinc the applause
Work and Ower 'iriv,' an original aeio
Mtlu act and U 111 Raw Is and 1511a von
Kaufman piesenl a. Pketcli. "The Wil
ling Worker." J,evin and 3ennvtt
bine a number of popular songs
Musical DItector Smith .uid his r--pBbltt
orchestta che the following pro
gram March, "Liniiv Come .Mom;,"
ne!ection. "Modest Suzanne." intcrincjs
20. ".Suiniirun;" march, "Ragtime Gob
Tho photoplane presents trany lnrl
dents of lntei national inteiest.
The strains of "The Shade of the
Sheltering Palm" and "Tell Me Pretty
Maiden" floated out Into Ninth street
last night from tho Imperial Theater
i where "Florodora" Is being produced
by the Imperial Musical Comedy Com
pany. It was tho opening piece of a
season of musical stock under the di
rection of Low Is J. Morton. "When the
doors opened last night Washington
had another kind of entertainment add
ed to Its long list of "things to see."
The Imperial Theater, a beautiful lit
tle house, was packed last night for
the premier performance. In the audi
ence there seemed to be many friends
Of the principals In the company, be
Muse, on each entry, the performers
Were applauded graciously.
In the production of -the old Leslie
Stewart and Qwen Hall musical piece
which was the great hit at the New
York Casino about twelve years ago,
the present producers have taken lib
erty with tho book and score and now
ragtime and topical nongs have taken
the place of manv of the old favorites,
although tho prevailing motif remains
Notable among tno nits or tne produc
tion, which seem to have been neces
sary to make oven "Florodora" fast
and amusing enough, are seeial popu
lar songs The best of them are "Bring
Me a Rose," sung by Miss Remlng and
chorus. The "business" of this num
ber was pleasing and novel But "Rum
Turn Tiddle," sung by Frank Wood,
seemed to carry away the audience. It
is going t be tho hit of tho piece.
Too much cannot be said of the set
tings nnd costnmes. The ball loom In
the last scene compaied favorably with
the original pioductlon
Chief In the cast are Helen Byron, the
Lady HoHrood: D.fn Moyles, us Gil
fane; Franker Wood, as Captain Done
gal; Beit Young, an Frank Abercoid;
Edna Remlng. as Angela Gllfaln, and
Mamie Wllllum ns Doloies
I'llnce lshmael and Piineess lstar In
ilauceb of the Oilent. nnd Van's Min
strelf, with sioies of new Jokes and a
lapablo qtuitot hiippoiting the soloists.
are the headlineis at tho Majestic '
Theater this week. The house w.ia
filled at the four performances jeste--day.
ICdwards' noel circus with ponlev
zebia, sacred ox, docs, and stubborn
tilck mule, delighted everyone.
As singers and entertainers the Keith
C'omed.x Four gave a creditable per
formance A hit was scored b Temple
and Rhelnhardl. in comedy and singing
Real Hindoo magic by Abdul the Wizard
niybtitled and pleased. The beneallon
of the bill was the gorgeousl gownd
mid staged set of Princess lstar and
A joung Washington girl, Grace Tre
bor, In a dainty and Interesting sUisrHiir
and piano playing net, brdught forth
The concluding vaudeville number.
Van's Minstrels, came aH a surprise ana
scored a success.
New, photo plays mode a pronounced
Miss Eva Williams and Jack Tucker,
in their Blang success, "Bklnny'a Fin
ish," head the bill a,t tho Casino this
week. Miss Williams In tho role of a
Bowery girl won hearty applause for
her comical expressions and she was
ably supported by Mr. Tucker.
Moore and Moore, as the "Daffydltl
Boys," have a new act that Is original.
Their ragtime songs won hiany encores
The Maybello Fonda Troupe, com
posed of two women and two men. do
some clevei work In Juggling Indian
The Goyt Trio, composed of a man
and two smart dogs, exhibit a number
of"nw tricks In balancing.
rtoblHch and Childress, in comedy
singing, scoio a success.
An andlenci' that reached capac-Uw
proportion went to tho Academy last
niuht to tltimss "The Penalty," tut
unusuallv inti'iestliit; plav with an tin
unuallv dranatlc ending. The story,
whlln extraoidlnary, was ao ably han
dled that few In the atidleiuf notlcod
what few small weaknesses may have
The story conccrne Mrs. Rutherford,
who 1 as Jlvoicod u weak nnd dissipa
ted man. wh In one of his sprees, de
'jn.intls monev of her, and when ho does
not pet It declares his former wife Is
the nilsttess of a wealthy man of social
This ilandtr spivad. and tho social
leader of New York, Mrs. Oexter. ro
f tines to permit her JouRl'ltr, Gladys,
to marrv the son, Jack Rutherford
When his suit has been refused. Jack
demands a reason, and Mrs. Dexter is
forced to tell.
At first he does not believe the story,
which he brande as false. At last tho
suspicious actions of his mother con
vince him that It Ib correct, and ho
finds the man, James Carpenter, who
also happens to be a suitor for tltu
hand of Gladys. A
Jack demands that Carpenter shall
marry his mother or be shot. The man
defies Jack, and. furthermore, tells the
boy nil of tho truth in the presence of
his divorced parents. Mrs. Rutherford
seizes the revolver from the hand of
her son and kills Carpenter.
In the last tcene the mother goes Into
the room with the dead man and kills
Two lively burlettas, containing many
Laughable situations and Interspersed
with nearly a score of pleasing musi
cal numbers, were presented by "The
Midnight Maidens" at the Gayety yes
terday. Opening with an amuBlng skit, "On
Their Honeymoon," In which a num
ber of "living pictures" were Intro
duced, the performance rolled on Its
way and concluded with a laughable
burlesque, entitled, "The Funny Village
Fire 'Rrlirade." A larce and well-cos
tumed chorus appeared at Intervale
during the action of both pieces and,
with popular songs and well-staged ef
fects, won the approval of two large
Tho comedy work of Harrv Ward, a
German comedian, was a feature of the
show, and upon his efforts depended the
success of the performance. ' Other cap
nhlo momhorn nt tho cast were Dalmy
.Simmons. Charles Reed. Lillian Frank
lin, Margie Hilton, and tiauio Ray
mond. The dancing specialty of Ward
and Raymond was good.
The Gav Widows, a musical extrava
zanza Into act's, the first of which is
iflther weak, whllo the last is unusually
cleer. is the attraction at the New
Lvceam this week. The well-known
burlesque actois and actresses May
Ktrehl, Grace Foster, Frances Farr,
Kate Carletnn, Frank Damsel. James
n railey, Frank Carleton. Max Rlt
ler. and John C Hart appear In the
Jatres E Dallov and Frank Carleton
nip the principal comedian1' while this
pnlr. assisted by Max Hitter, give a
oho consists of several good acts. The
Pipe Hitter.' in which John C Hart
lias the principal IMWI in very kiiuu.
Max Rltter and Ora.-e Foster appear In
font; and diince. an-I Frank and Kato
Carleton sin? sewril Irish scngs.
A strong bill at the Arcade last even
ing attracted a large audience, for. In
addition to Alice Teddy, the bear that
skates, there was Joe Turner, middle
weight wrestling champion of the world,
and Oscar Samson, light heavyweight
champion of Massachusetts, who was
not thrown In the limit of fifteen min
utes, Turner forfeiting 5 as he agreed
to do if ho failed to throw his man
within the limit.
in tho motion plcturo theater, billiard
parlors, and bowling alleys, a good at
tendance was noticed. More than COO
guests attended the weekly roller skat
'np; assembly of the Naval Relief Asso
ciation. Alice Teddy and Turner will
continue to be attractions for the bal
ance of the week.
The IOnd You Havo Always BoiiRut has borno tlio fiirrna
turo of Cans. H. Fletcher, and has been made nnder his
personal supervision ror over SO years. Allow no ono
to deceive yon in this. Counterfeits, Imitations nnd
" Just-as-Kood" are hut experiments, and endanger tho
health of Children-Experience, against Experiment.
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THK CKNTAUW COMPANY. NEW YORK, CITY.
FARCE DE "BILLY"
Mr. Robins in Title Role
Equal to All Comedy
The versatility of tho Columbia Play
ers was fully demonstrated last night
when they presented "Billy," that
three-act farce, built around the dis
tressing predicament of a man who
has lost his false teeth. Thousands
haw laughed over "Billy." First it
was presented as a one-act vaudovlllo
skotuh and It took. Then It was broad
ened "into three acts of hilarity, and
It has been making folks laugh since.
The Columbia Theater patrons last
night upheld tho reputation of George
Cameron's farce as a laugh producer.
This was partly duo to the play and
partly to the Columbia Players, who
were Just as much at homo in "Billy,
as they havo been in mora serious
dramas. Tho Columbia performance
J was really creditable, and the stranger
who "Just dropped In," doubtless, went
away minus tho knowledge that it was
a stock company production, so nat
ural was the recital of Billy's woca.
Neaih everybody Knows the story of
Plllv Hargrave, the football hero, wno
loses four teeth in a game and doesn't
want Beatrice Sloan to know it. There's
a boat trip and n careless stow aril
butts into Bills' and knocks his teeth
overloard. or somowhuia else, It dnesn t
matter. There follows thto actB of
mlrth-nmvoklnu complications, for Bil
!v has n rival on board, and what
headway can Billy make If he can't
nronounce even tho name of his ;lrl.
and It he must keep his hands ovor
hi,, mmiih? .Vvn- mind how 11 ends.
Go and Kee nnd havj a laugh with tho
Mr. Robins Is a cood Billy. Ho is
rcallv funnv. for he acts Just as
though he hod lost his tfeth bup
enough, and that's what makes the
laugh. Mlsi Nells'jn pltfys thp rolo of
Alice. Tally's sister, nnd I'he make
pood with the rather limited opportu
nity atfordrd by the part. Miss Alln-j
McPirir"itt Is Beatrice Sloan, the girl
whose name Billv must pronounce if
lie would hide hl3 accident and win
her. Miss McDiirmott was equal In
every wav to th demands of the part
and was again faorlto w'th the Co
lumbia natrons last evening. Julia
nlanc nnrt Stanley .Tames band'e ef
fectivclv i minor rolua; Miss Thatch
er is will cast as Mrs. Sloai. Mr.
Matthews as Sara contributed his share
t( t' f onloyiit' n. of ihe auclltnre, and
to 'he dlstiess of Hilly, his .I at The
other minoi rul-s are in .'ood hands,
oifi the mllre play Is tastofullv stagod
and carefully produced.
The hcadllner at the Cosmos Theater
this week is easily the best that has
been there this season. The five Tokyo
Japs, acrobats, held two audiences
spellbound last night by their seemingly
impossible feats. Their tight-wire
walking and gliding was remarkable.
One of tho members glided on a rope
stretched from the gallery to the stage.
The Criterion Four got off some breezy
varsity songs and slang, and made a
hit. Tho Carmelo Ulo sang a number
of fine operatic selections, and were
given two encores.
"A Surprise for Mother," which is a
travesty on the mother-in-law Joke, was
given by Church and Stringer. Qulnn
brothers uncorked a lot of fun by their
dancing and singing specialties
Pathe's weekly review completes tha
SfJator Was to Have Addressed
Society at Its Meeting
Resolutions of regret at the death
of Senator Robert L. Taylor are ex
pected to be adopted tonight by the
Tennessee Society at Its monthly met
ing In the Women's Christian Temper
ance Union building, In Sixth street
The Senator was to have spoken to
night to the members of the society,
telling stories of "Happy Valley." Who
will take his place on the program had
not been decided today. Out of respect
to "Fiddling Bob" all members of tho
society and other Tennesseeans living in
Washington are urged to be present to
night. In addition to the passing of words of
condolence on me cieatn or Senator Tay
lor, tho society will eot a date for their
annual June picnic, and transact other
routine business. Tho meeting will be
presided over by James D. Richardson,
Mark Holy Week
Crowded churches morning and oven
lng have been tho rule the first days of
Holy Week. Approach of Easter is
also signalized by dally practice by
church choirs for tho Eaalor festival
mujric to be given Sunday.
It was announced at St. Patrick's
Church this morning that following cus
tom the pastor, Mgr. Russell, will
preach at high mass Eostor Day on
Masses were Bald this morning at all
churches at 6:30, 7, 8:15, and 0 o'clock,
and will bo said at the same hours to
morrow. On Holy Thursday high mass
will ho celebrated at 9, and tho Good,
Friday servico will begin at the samo
hour. On Saturday there will bo Bor
vices nt 7 and 8:15 a. m. Tonobrao will
bo- sung tomorrow, Thursday, nnd Fri
day evenings at 7:30. The veneration of
the cross will follow. '
Largo congregatjons heard tho Rev.
Randolph McKIm preach at Epiphany
Episcopal Church nt 12S0 a. m. yester
day and today. A third sermon will bo
preached by Dr. McKIm tomorrow at
the same hour.
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MR. EDWARD AVIS
Whistler, Bird Mimic. Violinist.
WASHIJGTO t'LUIJ, 1710 I St. N.W.
At 8 o clock
Matinee for children at McKlnley Manual
Training School Wednesday, April 3. at 3:45.
Fourtet nth Street and Park Road.
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ALLEYS BILLIARDS' AND POOL
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the World, Will .Meet All Cum.
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Italian Middleweight Champion Will
The Bear That Skates on Roller Skates,
Eery Night at 9 o'l'loek
TUESDAY. THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND
SAT! RDAV AFTERNOONS AT 4
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Times "For Sale Miscellaneous" Co
umns as the Want Ad dum.