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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY," APKtt 7, 1912. ""
Will Be Seen This Week in Popular Playhouses of Washington
STARS TO APPEAR
HERE ON APRIL 22
Selected Program Has Been
"La Bojieme" and "Tosca"
Will Be Played in Open
"Mountain Pageant" Name
of Symbolic Drama to Be
Seen at the Bristol. j.
n , Arranged by Conductor
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SCHOOL -GIRLS TD
PBffif PLAY FOR
AT THE NATIONAL
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" Arthur Nlklsch and his famous Lon
I don Orchestra will be heard In the
Jfatlonril THeator bn Friday' afternoon
ftt J'lSfO'ctock', til I a cltv bolnir Included
jfts one of t'.venty-one' ' appearance
NvhtctkUre'to be mad In America of
tlhs celebrated .conductor and' tlic fnro
Jioit symphony orchestra of Europe.
The full memberahtn of ICO muslfclnriH
will be heard In the well selected pru
srram which Includes the ovciluro ft pin
"Oberont" the Beethoven Svmphonv In
C minor. No. 5; Wasner'a overture to
The Flylnu Dutchman;" Straus
poem, "Don Juan," and tho Dst Hun
varlun rhapiodle n F, No. 1. '
Nlklsch ha3 alrcaily pi oven that ho Is
n cundujtor second lo none, and his
visit to America prorrlaeg one of the
moht brilllwit miuical experiences thut
this, count lias had for mitnv yearn
I, The program will be the pi'.p.'&t music
(In HM' jhu-hent Artistic form and iiu
I'thoiltv ever presented. The eui'Ocs of
,,Afi. Nlklssh la historical iver where.
liAVhurever he appears In Europe his
concerts aic overcrowded. It Is nine
teen years since Mr. N:klsch has been
heard In America, nnd this leader nn!d
In a rorent Interview that the rdwel
of his life Is tho error he made when
he left America.
Following ills concerts In this coun
trv the conductor vlll leturn to Lon
don early In Jun. to conduct Lord How
ard Art "WAld.sn'a now oniva. "The
I Children of 13on, ' at the London Opora
Mme. Schumann-Helnk will give her
I only recital In Washington this season
1 at the' Columbia Theater on Wednesday
F(afternoon, April 17, at 4:30 o'clock.
xne opportunity or nearing Rime.
Schumann-Helnk Is an almost Indis
pensable adjunct of any musical educa
tion, and the world-renowned singer has
never brought her art to a more ex
quisite approximation of perfection than
Her English songs with their delicate
shading and wonderful Interpretation
never fall to please her audiences. Her
program ylll Include songs by Schu
bert. Brahms, Strauss, and groups of
.English songs by Beach, Lang, Reger.
and Chadwlck, and six Hungarian gp-
i y songs, a complete set or word pro
i prams will be used at the recital.
The evening choir of tho Church of
the Covenant, directed by Otto T.
Simon, with Harvey Murray at the
organ, completed Its engagement last
Sunday evening with a program from
Gounod's Redemption. The program In
cluded organ prelude, "March to Cal
vary;" choruses, "Forth the Royal Ban
ners Go;" "The Reproaches;" "Beside
the Cross Remaining," and "Unfold Ye
Portal-" During the offertory was
sung "While the Wicked Are Con
founded," from Gounod's "Death and
.Ufe." The 'work of this chorus of sev
.nty voIcsb has been one of unusual
musical breadth In Its programs since
-December. In this time thirty-five
choruseB and solos haw been rendered,
from many well-known oratorios.
Mr. Simon will close his studio at
1TM P street northwest June 1, and with
Mrs. Simon will sail for Italy on the
steamship Due, d'Aosta, of the Italian
line. They will include In their Itinerary
the Italian lakps, Switzerland. France,
and England, returning to Washington
about September IS.
A recital by the piano pupils of Mrs.
Sue Burrows "Jennings, assisted by Mtss
Gertrude Reuter, soprano, and Dr. Carl
Davis, tenor, and W. F. Crouch and
C. E. Stryker, violinists, was held on
Wednesday evening . in Union Meth
odlst Episcopal Church.
Henry Patterson Hopkins, of the
Washington College, gave a matinee
recital at the Friends' School last Mon
day afternoon. He was assisted by Miss
Catherine Horlsberg-, of Baltimore, In a
program which included numbers from
Rubinstein, Liszt, Chopin, Strouss, Mac
Dowtill, Puccini, and Hamerick, closing
with Mr. Hopkins' own composition, a
concerto in D minor for the piano. A
second recital took place In the Second
Presbyterian Church, In Alexandria, on
the-same evening, when Mtss Horlsberg
DeCortez Wolffungen announces that
on Monday and Tuesday, May 6 and I.
two performances of Guonod's "Faust"
Will be given in the Columbia Theater.
At present Mr. Wolffungen is In New
York closing out contracts for his cast,
which will Include Henni Scott, of the
Chicago-Philadelphia opera company;
Alfred D- Shaw, the London tenor, who
hs been heard with the New York
Philharmonic Society: Miss Warrum. or
Ktw York, who is to take the part or
Marguerite: Miss Lucy Wilson, of Bob
tort, and Henri Martin, of New York.
Two Washington girls will also appear
in the cast of principals. An orchestra.
Of twenty-one local musicians will play
and Mr. Wolffungen will be assisted as
stage manager by G L. Palmer. The
chorus, as before announced, consists
of seventy singers, and there is to be a
ballet of twenty.
On Saturday evening a large number
of friends and relatives of the par
ticipants were entertained by the pupils
Of Bessie N. Wild, at her studio, the
occasion being a recital of vocal and
piano music "Those taking- part were:
Misses Margaret Miller, Mary Miller.
Geneva Wallace, Louise Lowrey, Lloti
Gunn, Mary Louise Hussey, Thelma
Payne. Mary Willoughby. Estelle WHO,
Sue DarleV. Mina Wallace, Clyone Wal
lace. Messrs. Roger E. Craley, A. .
Davis. C' Rlsdon Allen, and Charles
At the first performance of the Poly
phonic Choir, Monday evening, April
IS. in Can-oil Hall. Mrs. John Hornsby
SIlby, the English soprano, will appear
tor the nrst ume in America. ".irs.
SIlby Is a pupil of Manuel Garcia and
Bms Reeves, and Is well known In Eng
land, where the concert stage Is recog
nized as a national Institution.
XODA Y ContiniioiBs Concert
12 CLASSY HITS 10c
The One Sunday Performance That Town Talk
-ALL EASTER WEEK
The Dresden China Comedienne
Elaborate $1,500 Show
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CHASE'S LAST BILL
IN OLD PLAYHOUSE
Hobart's Latest -Vaudeville
Comedy Is the Head
liner. Chase's this week inters "upon the last
jerqrgiances of polite vaudeville prior
to Its occupancy of Its palatial new
home, which will occur August 19 next.
In celebration of the present week's
farewell, and In honor of the rise of
Chase's Into a higher sphere of dig
nity, the management has1 provided a
memorable bill. First among the lnler
nattonai stars is the premier presenta
tion in this city of Joseph Harts suc
cessful production of "Meln Liebchen"
My Loved One), George V. Hobart's
latest vaudeville comedy, with music,
that Is a departure In theme and treat
ment from the usual run of comedies
nnd n nlnt said to be based UDon an
incident that really happened. Heading
the company a:e Gus Weinberg, juditn
Wavne. Joseoh A. Prosser. S. V. Phil
lips, and Mabel Carruthers. Thero havo
oeen many wonaeriui auracuuns Jin
ported from the Antipodes, but not one,
It in said. tVilt is as remarkable and
unusual as the Australian Wood Chop
pers, which will be the extra added
feature. These fearless foresters from
the depths of the "bush" are said to
present the most unique forestry act
A laughlne hit Is promised In behalf
of T. Rov Barnes and Bessie Crawford.
who will offer "The Faker and the
LLady." In which Mr. Barnes' drolleries
and Miss crawroru'B ongs iorm a po
tent combination. Anotner ieature win
be Miss Linden Beckwlth, comedienne,
who sines many new songs. The ele
phant, "Minnie," will be exhibited by
Captain Gruber and Mile. Adelina. This
four-ton pachyderm Is assisted by a
beautiful educated horse, a pert little
pony, and a big St. Bernard dog.
Other important numbers in the bill
are Ed Corelll and Charles Gillette aa
"The Odd Pair;" the Majestic trio in
"Comedy. Chords, and Strlnes." and
the educative and Interesting photoplane
daylight motion pictures, including
Mayor Gaynor and Cardinal Farley re
viewing the New York St. Patrick's Day
parade, the Hooding of Seville, Spain;
the "blind tiger" raids. In New York
city, and the picturesque water carnival
at Vlllefranche, France.
German Societies to
Hear Home Talent
"Home Talent Evening" will be ob
served tonight by the Washington
Saengerbund and tho Columbia Turnve
reln. The Saengerbund holds -Its enter
tainment In Its club house at 31 C
street northwest. The Turnvereln will
entertain at 928 M street northwest.
Both programs will be composed of
literary and musical selections, and will
begin at S o'clock.
7 & F ELITE
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Everett Butterfield and the Butterfleld
Players will Inaugurate their summer
stock season at the Belasco Theater
next week with a presentation of the
famous college play, "Brown of Har
ard," by Rlda Johmson Young, who,
herself a graduate of RadcllfTe Collega.
was competent to give a realistic and
atmospheric play of life in 'that 'famous
old American university. Harvard.
As tho chief Incident of her play, M.ss
Young has evolved a story dealing
with a boat race between the varsl'y
eight and a crew from an English col
lege. Just as this race Is about to
commence, the stroke oar of tiva vapsMy
refuses to enter the contest, due to the
Influence and plot of a renegade alum
nus. To save the day, Tom nrown. the
role to be played by Everett Butterfleld,
steps Into the boat and enables victory
to rest with the Harvard crew.
Interwoven with these exciting Inci
dents Is a splendid love story, which af
fords abundant heart Interest. The
company of players engaged by Mr.
Butterfleld are all congenially cast in
"Brown of Harvard," and an auspicious
entry Into the lecal stock season field
"The Lily," one of the most recent
and notable of the Belasco offerings.
Is announced as the vehicle In which
the Columbia Players will be presented
at the Columbia Theater next week.
It Is a drama adapted by David Be
lasco from the French, that was first
produced In New. York a.t the Stuvey
sant Theater, with a notable cast that
Included, among other notables, Julia
Dean, Frances Nellson's predecessor as
leading woman or tne uoiumma p layers.
As a conbonuence Miss Nellson's work
In the pait created by Miss Dean will
be watched with Interest.
Edward Curtis, the stage director. 3
making every effort to make this uro-
ductton ono that will Invite the closest
compatison with the original, which Is
still rrpsri m tne purine mind.
Frank Mclntyrc, the funmaker who
for the last three sdasons has beep the
Bob Blake of James Foibes' comedy,
"The Traveling Salesman," has been
elevated to the position of star this
season and comes to the National
Theater April 15 In "Snobs," a satirical
farce by George Bronson-Howard, In
which he has scored triumphs at the
Hudson Theater. New York, and the
Illinois Theater, Chicago. Henry B.
Harris, to whose notable array of stars
Mr. Mclstyre s the latest recruit. Is
convinced his newest stellar acquisition
Is destined to take a high place In the
theatrical world. The big comedian In
"Snobs" essays the role of a milkman
who becomes a duke and enters soci
ety's fold. The part is even funnier
than the never-to-be-forgotten drummer
In "The Traveling Salesman," and Mr,
Mclntyre makes the most of It. Prom
I M P E R I A l THEATER
HWI B Bl rk M STB. NEAR E
MR. LOUIS J. MORTON PRESENTS THE
IMPERIAL MUSICAL COMEDY STOCK COMPANY
(SECOND WEEK) IN
WITH MfSS HELEN IJYIION IN THE TITLE ROLC
CAST OF 40 ARTISTS
CUOIIUS OF 20 UHOADWAY CABAHET BEAUTIES
THE TAL1C OF THE TQWlV
-gU'r1 A EASTEIt MONDAY MATINEE
JClA J. J.. nitCULAK MATINEES, TU.ES.. TIUHS.. SAT SilB
PUICES NIGHT, USc. 33c, & COc MATS,, SSc & 35c.
TPim AV MUSICAL COMEDY CONCEPTS
UjrA 3i00 800 II. M--F.XTIIV ADDED FEATUnEs'
ALL THE SOI.O AND CHOnVS HITS OF "FLOnODOIlA,"
KLZZno HFRF THIX FVFNINfi
inent among the cast are Myrtle Tanne
hlll, Eva McDonald, Katherlne Stewart,
Marie Fitzgerald, John Cumberland.
Roy Falrchlld. Orlando Daly, and
"The Girl in the Tax" Is announced
to appear at the Academy oext week.
This li the nlay which created a sen-
patlon Jn Paris, and upon Us production
in this country scored the greatest suc
cess and achieved the longest run of
any play of clmllar nature In New
York, Chicago, and Boston. Mirth and
merriment hold the reins und drive with
reckless pace over complications from
curtain to curtain.
A cast of uniiEual excellence presents
the nlfO'. .Singing, dancing, and musical
specialities interpolated throughout tho
piece, make of ft a delightful and di
"Miss New York. Jr.," will be the
attraction at the Lyceum Theater com
mencing Monday matinee, April 15, and
continuing for tho week. The enter
tainment Is constructed on a purely
burlesque basis, with many new fea
tures of a high standard, and a chorus
of twenty The two burlettas are en
titled "Married Life" and "Fifty Miles
From Denver." The music Is new and
there Is original scenery and pretty
costumes The company is made up of
John J. Black, James R. Waters. Ben
nett Mitchell. James Falrburn, Francis
Reynolds, Fay O'Dell. Myrtle Franks,
Sophie Franks. Pearl Black, Myra Du
mont, and an all-star olio of six vaude
The attraction to follow "The Big
Enner Show" tt 'he Gayotv will be
r'ark's "Runaviiv Girls' in a two-act
musical comedy which has been well
received all over the Columbia amuse
ment circuit this season. The Clark or
ganization Is an unusually large one,
depending chiefly for Its popularity upon
the attractiveness of the feminine con
tingent. A number of unique dancing
spc-iaitie.3 iiistmuisii the entertain
ment. Flowers and Fireflys
In Mountain Pageant
Flowers and fireflies in a dreamy (.
dance on the misty mountainsides will
form a scene of beauty when the
"Mountain Pageant," an amateur per
formance, takes placo in the new audi
torium of the Bristol School, Friday
evening, April 12, and Saturday matinee,
The story of a people lost In the
woods, told by symbolic figures and
historic tableaux In a wonderful moun
tain pageant, comes from the pen of
Mrs. Martha Glelow, and the presenta
tion of this portrayal of history Is to
be for the benefit of the" work of the
Southern Industrial Education Associa
tion, of which Mrs. XJlelow Is the
OF CABARET NOVELTIES
- nEltYK YOUR SEATS
Miss Alice Eversman
Be Soloist at the
The engagement of Victor Herbert
and his celebrated orchestra at the
Belasco Theater tonight represents a
stroke of enterprise, whlch haa an
element of especial Interest to tho pub
lic of this community- It is customary
to refer to an orchestral organization
as appealing to thp "music loving pub
He," but air Herberts appeal is to
the public In Its entirety, without much
reference to distinctions of classical or
The universality of his appeal both
as an orchestra leader and as a com
poser is marvelous, perhaps unpreced
ented, since It depends on no single
composition or group of compositions,
but on a constant outpouring of the
purest melody from a seemingly Inex
haustible source. He is the one com
poser who is able to make legitimate
and even classical effects, more potent
in their appeal to the general ear, thaM
the Jingle of rag time. His skill is the
skill of a master, his sympathy is sweet
ly, powerfully, and sincerely human.
Half a hundred men will bo assem
bled at the Belasco tonight to respond
to the uplift of Herbert's baton AH
are trained musicians. Mr Herbert
will also be assisted by several soloists,
which include Miss Alice Eversman. so
prano of the Chlcagot Grand Opera
F.0."1?5'-. wno 8ane the title role In
Alda with that organization here re
cently; H. Evan Williams, the We sh
tenor, and Ethel Tozler, pianist.
The selections for the program have
been made with a view to variety as
well as for the purpose of displaying
the orchestra's highest proficiency
l T "s" 1
In a Notable
Tubs. Mats, at 4
April 12, al 4:15
! For .thec Initial .week of their spring
season ,at .the New National Theater,
the "Aborn English Grand Opera. Com
pany, has selected two modern master
pieces, ''La. Boheme" and "Tosca," both
by Glacomo P.ucclnl, composer of
"Madame Butterfly," "The Girl' of tho
Golden West" nnd other great works.
"La Boheme" Is announced for the first
half of the week, beginning Monday,
April 22, ,nnd "Tosca" for the latter
half of the same week. The casts for
the week In" these. two operas will in
clude several favorites of former Aborn
presentations In Washington, with sev
eral Important, newcortiers.
Edna Moreland .McGowan, who has
Just returned frqm btudy and grand
opera engagements auroad, 'and who
will make her American debut here, will
divide the performances In the prima
rinnnn rnlfK nf hnth onprflH with Elena
i Klrmcs, who Is already known here.
The two tenors who arc to snaro tne
performances of Rudolph In "La Bo-
hemo" and Cavaradossi In "Tosca," are
Salvatore 8cUrret,U and Albert Amadl.
.Tames Stevens, baritone, will sing as
Marcel in the former and as Scarpla
Jn the latter" opera: Selgfrled Phillip?,
basso, will be the Colllne In tho first
and the Angelottl In the second: Fred-
crick Huddy, baritone, win ne me
Schaunard In the one and the Angelottl
in the other, and Iry Jeanv soprano,
will bo tho Musette In the former and
the shepherd boy In the latter. Al-
menco vinaccia win do inc conaucior
at all performances of the opening
wepk. and the stane will bv under tho
direction of Karl Schroeder.
Each succeeding week will be diuueu
between two different operas, the first
one including Monda;, Tuesday, and
Wednesday nights, with n Wednesday
matinee, and the other running through
Thursday, Friday, and SiUnrday nights,
with a matinee on Saturday. Eacn
week will also bring a partial or com
plete change of cast, sp that between
fifty and sixty principal artists will
nppear together during the five weeks
of the season.
While the tuo regular onenngs to
divide, the second week, beginning
April 29, will be "II Trovalore" nnd
"The Tales of Hoffmann." there will
be un extra attrnctlon during that
week, in Humperdlnck's fairy opcn.
"Hansel and Gretel," which will be of
fered for two special matinee perform
anees only, Tuesday and Thursday,
April SO and May 2.
OPERA SINGERS HAVE
VOCAL DUEL IN HOTEL
Tetrazzini Thrills a Few
Notes, and Bond
LOS ANGELES. CaJ April 7. Mme.
Lulsa Tetrazzini, who sings this aftsr
noon at the Shtlne Auditorium, after a
dainty lunch In her private apartments
nt the hotel today, burst Into a voll.y
of colorature solfeggio. As she stopped
to take breath out rang that same ca
denza in a high lyric tenor.
"Some one Is mocking me." cried the
toprano. "Find but immediately where
the man Is and tell the manager," she
ordered her maid.
It transpired that Allesandro Bond
had a room on a lower floor, and not
knowing Mme. Tetrazzini was in the
hotel he duplicated the golden thrills
that came from above. Just to show
that "no one had anything on him."
Boy Scouts Prepare
For Minstrel Show
Two hundred or more Boy Scouts will
participate April 27 In the Boy Scout
and minstrel performance to be given
under the direction of Ernest Thompson
Seton. The boys nave uegun to re
iiArs,e. There will be about thirty mln
stiel boys. Much of their part of the
program will be devoted to Indian
music, in which they have been drilled
by H. P. Hoover, director of music In
th nuhllc schools. MIbs Frahces Dens-
more, who wrote the national Boy Scout
song, win teacn me ooys me cnorus.
Alhert M. Chesley. head of the boys'
department of the Y. M. C. A., has had
charge of arrangements so far and has
received letters from many distinguished
persons indicating their Interest and
TOMORROW NIGHT AND WEEK
Saturday Matinee Only
PRICES . . 50c to $2.00
at 8:30 SSr.-"!5?
Victor Herbert t Orchestra
ALICE EVKUSMAN, hoprano of the ClitcaKo Opera Co.
II. EVAN WILLIAMS, Famous Welah Tenor,
ETHEL TOZIEH, IManlat.
Klncmacolor Pictures of the Durbar
For the peneflt of the- Aaa'n for AVorlts of Mercy.
Sentw. 8.1c to 1.B0. at T. Arthur Smith's, 1337 F St.
"ON THE LOVE OF ECHO'
WordleMH play ly Mrs. Hemmlck, for the benefit of
the Neighborhood House. Seats on sale at box office.
THE BUTTERFIELD PLAYERS
Direction of EVEIIHTT BIITTEIIFIELD
Opening Play, "BROWN OF HARVARD"
SECOND WEEK "THE SPENDTHRIFT."
PRICESi Vlalit, Orchestra and Meacanlnr. 73c and
SOc. Entire Ralcony (Tilth electric elevator aerv
Ice), 25c. Mr tlnces Wednesday and Saturday. Ml
Seats (except Boxes), 23c,
For the, benefit of tho Southern In
dustrial Educational Association the
"Mountain Pageant," a pretentious am
ateur performance, will, be gven In the
new auditorium of the Bristol School
Friday evening, April 12, and Saturday
matinee, April 13, Miss Bristol, prin
cipal of the Bristol School, will direct
tile play, and some of the best known
young women attending that Institution
will take part. In It'.
The "Mountain Pageant" Is a story of
people lost In the woods, told by sym
bolic figures and historic tableaux. It
was written by Mrs, Martha Glclow,
author of "Old Andy, the Moonshiner,"
and who Is tho founder of the associa
tion for which the latest play is tovbe
given. .- s
Among the historic heroes to appear
In tableaux will be Daniel Boone, Se
vier, Red Eagle, Shelly, Robertson,
George Rogers Clatk, Lincoln, and
Washington. Besides these, flowers and
fireflies will be represented -by young
women. Students of tho Bristol School
who will take part in the play are
Misses Marie and Joseffa MoCormack,
two little Spanish maidens of Cuba;
Miss Nina Gore, daughter of Senator
Gore; Miss Genevieve Rusk, Miss Ele
anor Trunt, Miss Dorothy Lampton, Miss
Frances Green, Miss Gladys Thompson,
and Miss Marie Carroll will symbolize
the "blue bell" of the mountains.
Miss Frances Walters, Miss Therese
Lane, granddaughter of former Govern
or Blackburn of Kentucky; Miss Mary
Coffman, Miss Pine Frances Mills, Miss
Mamie Whaley, and Miss Elizabeth
Russcll-Smtth also will take part. Mau
rice Jarvls will read the prologues.
Patronesses are Mrs. Matthew Scott,
Mrs. Algernon Sydney Sullivan, Mrs. A.
W. G. Greely. Mrs. John Hays Ham
mond, Miss Litchfield, Mrs. Flnley, Miss
Julia Strong, miss Klbbcy, Mrs. Thropp,
Mrs. Bankhead, Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs.
Hobson, Mrs. Bullard, Mrs. Underwood,
Mrs. Joseph Johnston, Mrs. Paynter,
Mrs. Dent, Mrs. Thomas Owen, Mrs. Den
nis. Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. Stiles. Mrs. Hol
lerith, Mrs. Wade Ellis. Miss Nannie
Heth, Mrs. D. G. Ambler. Mrs. Barbour,
Mrs. Gednty. Mrs. Austin. Mrs. Charles
Bell, Mrs. Rust Smith, Miss Lindsley,
Mrs. Lamar, Mrs. Plnchot, Mrs. Fannie
Rlcksv Mrs. John Mason Brown, Mrs.
Woodward, Miss Grace Granger, Mrs.
Littleton, Mrs. Mervin, and many
HATIOHAL, Si: APRIL 12th, 3A3o
Under the Dlstlnrulihed Patronage of
HIS MAJESTY KING GEORGE V.
and tho Entire ft
Overture. Obtron" ..Weber
Symphony m c Minor. No. & Beetnon
Overture. "Flying Dutchman". .a .,..iWsnr
Symphonic Poem. "Don Juan.."
Hungarian Rhapsody In P, No. 1 LUzt
Seatc 11.50. K, 3. at E. F. Droop & Bona Co.
Sale Opens Tomorrow Moraine
WED., IniL IT. 4i30.
rrlcm: f.1.00 32.30. Itoxea $23.00.
On Sale Droop's Mualc Store,
1.1th and fl.
THE HOUSE OF REFINEMENT
Mat. lift irOTIfi Eve.
jC Family Vaudeville
vw 1 to 11 P.M.
The Musical Bosklrks
Eccentric Mimical NoicHy.
Dalley & O'Neill
Comnlv Bar Acrobata.
Chantrel, Schuyler & Green
IN THE SOARING TRAVESTY
"A HOT TIME
IN OLD ROME"
A Merry Melance of Mirth and
Connelly & Bowe
Favorite Comedians, Slnjrera and
Extra Added Attraction
GEO. NAGLE & CO.
In the Screnmlnn Farce,
"HOW POPS BUTTED IN"
Mildred Grover vu"lm
(A Ileal Find) (A Second Nora
Hnyn Watch for a Surprlae.
AT 81 1H AND 1013Q P. M.
RIG Extra Features I
Ijti. ii. ivrrnan ana
Mynor A Ilerry.
TODAY I and Other..
THE BRISTOL SCHOOL
Will preant the atory of a people lost in
the woods more than a hundread sears In
A Mountain Pageant
Of Symbolla Figures and Historic Tableaux
For the benefit of Jhe jvoTk of the
Southern Industrial Educational Association
Among the Mountaineers of the Appalachians
Friday. April 12, 1012, 8 I. 31.
Mattnrr for Schools,
April 1, 112, Sino P. 01.
Auditorium nrlstol School, end of Mlntwood
riace and lth Street.
Mt. Pleasant car out Columbia road io Mint
TICKETS l.. STUDENTS' MATINEE SOc.
On tale Bourn SIS, Southern Building. tUh
and H streets,. '
AfJJfIA TfclT' UNSURPASSED
AJftUAlJJEd Amusement Pata?
Fourteenth Street and Parktltoad.
The Mont Dltcritlfled and Co m pre-
prehenslvp Amusement Enterprise
In the 1'nltcil States. ,,,
Largett and Uest Equipped IlolIervSkatlng
14 Hauling Alleys1 for Ladles and Gentle
men Motion Picture Play Theater Exhibiting none
but the Best nnd Censored (Mays.
Large and Handsome Ball HooTiT
Billiard nd Pool Parlor First Class Cafe etc
lit compliance Mlth a general demand
The Wonderful Dear that Skates on
Holler Skates "ill remain for
another Meek, appearins
etcry afternoon, at d aad
V at altfht. .