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. IN "LONESOME PI"
'Old Favorite of Capital
(Theater Patrons in Show
flit,., of Husband.
j'i1 "" seemingly real atmosphere of
nuii ana of the feuds, prejudices,
JWd romances of the mountain country,
110 Trail rtf 11m T nnnftm,, 1Im ' l-n.
"rel to the Columbia Theater last
'ht A capacity audience greeted tho
Way upon Its return engagement In tho
the Capital, and thin In Itneif la nroof
pi tne appeal and the worth of a play
Wtten by Eugcno 'Walter from tho
Widely read book of John Fox, Jr.
Mlsa Charlotte Walker, who In prlvato
llfo Is the wife of tho author of tho
Playt portrays June, an unsophisticated
mountain girl, whoso heart yearns for
n Irffleflnablo something of tho outer
World. Of June, Miss Walker makes a
character that enlists sympathy, und the
audience Is willingly carried, step by
tep, -with the girl In her struggles, and
her transformation. Miss Walker, an
Old Stock rnmrtnnv fAvnrtti. In Wnahlntr-
, ton, was among friends last night, and
he again furnished a delightful char-
ucieruatlon of the June of Fox's llctlon.
W. 8. Hart, who has the part of Judd
Tolllvcr, Is well placed. Mr. Hart gave
a faithful portrayal of tho blustering
mountaineer and father of June, and ho
deserved tho applause which frequently
came his way. wlllnrd Robertson, well
remembered stock actor, has a some
what more minor purt, but ho Is en
tirely acceptable as the nephew of Judd.
Ueorge. Uuncrott, tho engineer at tho
-. sap. Is excellently cast, and Is Just the
sort of actor to typify the robust young
manhood of tho mountain regions.
, Supporting Miss Walker, In tho com
S paratlvely smaller roles, are Warner P.
Itlchmond, Qeorgo Woodward. Miss
Eleanor Wilton. Miss Margaret Trus
sing, and Cyrus Wood They con
tribute to a well balanced cast, and
each gave a good delineation of thu part
to which ho was assigned.
"Thn Trail of thu Lonesome I'lne" Is
' wonderfully staged, and the scenic ef
fects aro as nllurlnc as when tho pluy
'first visited Washington.
Itemlnlscent of old stock company
days Is "Llfe"s Shop Window," the play
which opened last night ut tho Acad
emy. It Is a drumatlratlon from the
story of tho same namo by Victoria
.Crots. Without any suggestion of social
'problems to be solcd, with no clap
trap, nothing of tho melodramatic, the
play, through Its very human Interest,
presents an appeal which Is unusual In
the modern drama.
The play opens with a presentation of
life on an English farm. In tho second
net, the scene Is transferred to Arizona.
Tho stage pictures were unusually beau
tiful, 'the transformation sceno at the
, close of thu llrst uct, when real water
Is used to depict a shower and one
sees day dawn from a glorious night,
(being especially cffectle.
The stor tells how a beautiful,
neglected wife. Influenced by a man of
the world. Just escapes sinning and how
nhe is finally raed by her lolng friends
and her own strength of character. Tht
theme Is simple, but In Its presentation
provides material for u great moral
Tho work of the cast was rathor even,
after stock company stlj. Alfred Hrlt
ton was a sufficiently honest but rather
Moo businesslike husband, and t'ljelo
Dates, as Eustaco. l'elham, was a cyn
ical. If rather unlmpassloned, man of
the world. Emory Illunkall easily led
. the male contingent In his iiroHentatfnn
of an English farm hand, afterward a
cowboy In Arlxona. Harry Hughes, as
the Indian, did all h cruid with a
.thankless role and Tred Nordyko was
an exceucni western leumsirr
Claudia Lucas brought a strong per
sonality and considerable " physical
beauty to the part of ldla Wilton,
and at times showed ahllltc uhleh Mm.
ed of a wider Held In dramatic endeaor
In tho near future. Ituth Hares, llrst
as on Kngnsn country girl and then n
an Indian girl, whs pxclleiit. Maude
oration maue a good deal of u short
and somewhat tnlnir ch.Hrn.ctpr
There Is an atmosphere of homo llfo
and many Intimate touches of human In
terest in "Life's Shop Window," which
should make It easily one of tho best
firings given hero this week.
A rollicking, clever, melungo of vaudo
ville, well balanced throughout, Is to bo
aoen at Poll's this week It possesses
many crisp and novel features, and the
moments aro scarce Indeed when the
f program flags. The six Klrksmlth SIs-
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ters have tho nleho of headllner with
their excellent musical act, which Is
extremely tuneful and full of diverse
elements. All tho sisters contributo
personal charm and pulchrltudo to their
"Doc ' O'Neil has n droll monologue,
one of the most curious pot pomrls bf
fun thnt has been heard In Washing
ton in a long time. "Thu Detoctlo De
tected" scores a decisive hit as pre
sented by Hickman llrothers, for It is
a sketch combining satire with
"straight" comedy elements most ef
fectively. "At Tho Club" Is the pluy
let in which the fun-muklne prnclMtles
of Itlchards and Kyle nre Klvcn full
play. Earnle and Karnlo show many
eccentricities In nciobutlcs, one of tho
members of the team having only ono
Juggling and weight lifting are sped,
allies In which Maxltnus, n rival of
Kandow In tho development of his arms
and legs, stars. I'ntila Heuves has a
genuinely original musical specially
which won great faor from tho Poll
following yesterday. Tho program Is
one of the best of tho season.
Another mystifying "handculf, lock
dcf)lng, shackle-loosing king" Is tho
headline) feature at the Casino Theater
this week In Lo Hoy, to whom locks,
chains, ropes, nnd straltjackcts seem
to havo no terrors and furnish no re
straint. Largo uudlencci watcheel tho
newcomer yesterday afternoon and lust
night with Interest. Ono "escape" from
a big canvas bag, padlocked, after Lo
Hoy had been bound with numerous
chains and shackles and placed thero
ln, particularly caught tho fancy of the
audience and brought forth great vol
leys of handclupplng.
Other features Include Uonner and
Meek, In a laughable comedy sketch
with singing, In which a girl with u
mole on her arm wins a fortune and u
mini who has never been kissed does
likewise, by finding each tho other and
Joining hands for life; Henry and Wood,
with an enjoyable musical offering
blending lolln and banjo selections with
Bomo grand opera efforts; and tho Clar
ence sisters and brothers, who present
a pretentious spectacular offering of
four scenes with changes of costume
for tho Introduction of their snnir nml
danco numbers. Laughable motion pic-
euru iuy uuu materially 10 tne en
joyment of the program, which Man
ager Bachrncli announces is to bo en
larged by the addition of ono or two
mors good acts.
On0 of tho brighten llttlo tabloid
comedies ever seen In vaudeville would
not exaggerate tho truth concerning
"Nerve," Victor H. Smallcy's laugh
mnKer. which Is presented at tho Cos
mos Theater this week by tho Hloorn
nuest Players. It sparkles with merri
ment and Is well plaed No offering
has ever been more heartily applauded
at thn Cosmos Theater. This week's
bill is a standard Cosmos bill.
Ono of its big acts Is tho spectacular
and scenic exhibition of splendid marks
manship given by the Randalls, which
Includes the shooting of an earring
from a woman's ear with a rifle fired
the length of tho theater. Wanl and
Culhiin. Inte of tho Dingbat Family
company, present a good dancing net
closing with the "bear dance" that
was so laughable, as to score leu ac
tual ovation. Johtnon and Wentworth
have a dainty and enjoyable singing
sketch of merit, und Hoy hihI Hick a
laughablo "Hube nnd girl'" offering. Tho
man Is comic and the woman Mng
(iiltc well. George Smcdle, a lrtuosn
on stiing Instruments, presents a
novelty, plajlng a selection from "11
Trovntoro" on ten string Instruments by
himself. In addition to the famous
l'atho Weekly Itelew of current world
events, there Is n laughable pleturo
comedy with "1'ncle Mun," the cartoon
character, as the feature
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THE WASHINGTON TIM13S, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
"DRUMS OF OUOE"
AT CHASE THEATER
One-Act Play Marks Epoch
in Vaudeville His
tory. Washington has been treated to some
thing entirely new a one-act play not
a sketch or a playlet, but a vital, throb
bing play, filled with heart Interest und
tenso with excitement. Patrons of
Chase's Theater jestenlay wero Intro
duced to an absolutely now cxperlenco
when David Hclasco's "Drums of Oudo"
was presented us tho closing number on
a bill that Is more than usually enter
taining. Oude, which lends Its nnmo to
this lutest work from that master of
tho drama, was one of four Indian king
doms unnexed by tho Drltlsh govern
ment about IMS. In Its palace occurred,
according to history, one of tho most
sanguinary massacres of tho entire. Se
poy rebellion, dating from 1S57 to 1K9,
In tho latter year of which Oude was
completely reduced to submission by thu
Hero tho King of Delhi, tho last (Jrcat
.Mogul and heir of tho Houso of Tlimir.
was tried as a traitor to the Brit
ish government and an accessory to thu
massacre In the palace. Ho was sen
tenced to transporttalon as a felon
ucross seas, and was taken to Tongu,
In Pagu, where ho died in IMS.
Story An Exciting One.
The story of "Tho Drums of Oudo" Is
an absorbing and exciting one. tho
sceno being laid In the tower of an
ancient palace In India, whither u
handful of English soldiers with their
women folks have sequestered them
selves and prepared for the coming of
tho 8epos, wno nave mutinied, ut
neath tho floor of the tower room is lo
cated thu secret powder room filled with
tons of explosives. To obtain this is
the purpose of the mutineers, who nio
already In possession of the city a feev
As was the case all over India ut this
time, the Sc-pos had tuken udvuntarin
of the absence of thu regiment usually
stationed at the garrison, und unless they
returned In tlmu to foil tho diabolical
schemes of thn Hindustani, thero was
but one thing left to do blow up tho
powder magazine and seek a death that
would deliver the women of tho garri
son from tho unspcakuhlu nnd awful al
ternative of fulling Into the hands of
tho fanatical soldiers.
Meets Old Sweetheart.
In the garrli-on among the others was
Mrs. Jack Clajton. the formei sweet
heart of tho officer In command. Cap
tain McOrogor. Taking advantage of
a lull In tho excitement. Captain Sic
(Iregor tells the widow of his love, and
she, being Ignorant of the predle anient
which menaces them, promises to n.ar
After sho has given her promise, the
captain shown her the powder maga
zine, und tells her that he Intends to
light a fuse If the Hepovs cross th,
laluce wall" Just then a buglei sounds
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At this moment, and while SIi s, Clay
ton Is preparing herself Mkn the true
hluo-blooded Englishwoman sho is. for
thn Inevitable, she applies the Mghted
I'andlc to the end of the fuse, anil with
her lover's arm about her, watc'ie it
slowly burn townrd the magazln. It
Is only n matter of moments unlit she
and her lover will be blown Into eternity
when, suddenly screaming with Joy, she
spring upon the blazing fuse and
stumps It out.
Captain Mcfjrcgor looks nt her In
Garrison Is Relieved,
"Listen," sho cries "listen," nnd up
from tho ellstanco comes lha sound of
ftfa and bagpipe, nnd ns they draw
nearer, the sound of "Tho Campbells
aro Coming" Is distinguished. Tho
Highlanders nro coming to tho aid or
tho stricken garrison, nnd the play ends
with u delirious sccnu In which tho
burning city Is shown ns a background
while tho womnn faints with Joy in her
future hushnnd's arms.
Tho piny Is beautifully presented, and
whan this word Is employed It Is used
advisedly. With the typically Tielas
coesiiue earn anil attention to detail. It
has been mounted In 11 wonderful man
ner, and tho fashion In which It Is In
terpreted by Mr, Ilelasco's company of
flayers Is none the less wonderful.
!ven to the slightest detail the produc
tion Is perfect and tho amount of np
plauso It received yesterduy from both
the afternoon nnd night audience at
tested to its worth Thn presentation
of this new play marks un era In dra
matic history. Tho climax of thn play
Is wonderfully brought out, nnd kindles
In the audience tho same enthusiasm
that the actual happening did in tho
heart of the world at tho tlmo of Its
Nugent In New Sketch.
J. C. Nugent und Julo York present
tho former's original oddity "The
Hcgular" In which Mr. Nugent, ns tho
gentile clubman slightly under the
influence of liquid refreshments, "puts
over" his well known linn of patter.
Stuart Humes, tho popular racon
teur, nguln relates the trials ami
tribulations of a would-be benedict,
with somp new songs and drollery
added to his former act. His "Single '
song was his best effort. Miss Hobble
Gordone gives a series of classic re
productions of famous statues with
elaborate, stago settings. The mou
ngram on tho last curtain spoils some
of tho effects of the background.
Duo Callon, tho talkative, English
man, returns with his tottering- lad
der and a lengthy line of conversa
tion. His act Is a good one, but too
long drawn out, Alllo Young and Miss
April In their soun bubble novelty
act complete tho bill. Among thn
pictures shown by the animated
weekly Is one of the funeral at Utlca
of Vice President Sherman
With Put White und Carl Henry as
chief ftinmakers, thn bill this week nt
tho Lyceum Theater Is exceptionally
good, and at both tho nfternoon per
formance yeste relay nnd tho one last
night patrons of the theater were given
u real treat In tho way of genuine com
edy and song
IV w shows nppenrlng ut any of the
burlesque houses In Washington have
created io fuvorahlo an Impression us
"Casey In Koelitj" und 'The Union
Men, ' us prese nted by Pat White and
his clever roinpuny.
The llrst purt of tho show is given
over to "Case In Society." Pat Whltu
pluvs thn part of Cany and plavs It
well Carl Henry Is 11 big success iih
Hudnlph Dlnkelspel The second part of
the show Is termed "The Union Sim"
In this east Unity pluvs the part of
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Tom Mooney. president of the union,
nnd Pat Vthllo as Michael Casey, a
union man. Tho every net of theso two
comedians was comical.
White and Henry aro ably assisted
by Tom Ilarrett. Tommy O'Nelt, NVtllo
Kranels, Slay Hollo, Miss Alice Haves,
Anna Grant, nnd Churles Pnlkc.
Thn olio mado a big hit. Tom Ilarrett
and May Uello gave a sketch entitled
"The Suffrugette." Tho real fun rnmo
when Cnrl Henry nnd Nellln Francis
presented "Just Nonsense." Henry was
especially clever In his comedy. MI.h
Allen Haves, "Tho Aviator Girl," flew
In her biplanes nbout In thn theater.
All tho lights in tho theater wero
turned out. Tho maehlnn Is supported
by a derrick, but this cannot bo seen
In tho dark. Thn blplann Is lighted,
however, und Sllss Hayes glides about
nbovn the heads of tho audience.
Churles Kalke, lyric tenor, sang several
Illustrated songs and was well received.
"Tho Dawlers," with a two-act mu
sical comrdy entitled, "Dugan, Tho
Deputy," dazzled two large audiences
yesterday nt the Gnyoty. The hook,
Urlcs, and music being by I,con Eriol,
under whose supei vision tho show Is
produced, the entire performance! goes
with s vim that makes It one of the
best shows seen ut the CJujety this
Petn Curley, as Roger Dugnn, a sold
ier of fortune who has no respect for
the law, has thu chief comedy 10I0 nnd
hnndles It capably, being nsslsted by
Alf p. James, Hen Pierce, Johnnie
Walkur, Charles Iluymond, and Pred
Hose, In addition to twenty-four
handsomely costumed chorus girls, the
feminine contingent Is comprised of
Nun Engleton, Kate Slltehell, Audrey
I.ung, Kate Prior, and Ilettlo Dnv.dson,
nil of whom sing nnd danco In a capti
vating manner. The entlro production
Is staged elaborately, and among the
twenty song numbers nro "Two Llttln
Chicks," "Jlow, How. Itow," "Tho Green
Grass Grew All Around," and "llo My
Ilaby Humbls Uce."
Club to March.
Thn Young SIcn's Democratic Club
will make arrangements for Its partici
pation in thn Inaugural parade on March
4 at a meeting In tho old Masonic
Tcmpln at 8 o'clock tonight. The club
was represented In the Inauguration of
Cleveland In 15K3, and of Cleveland's
second Inaugural term in 1893.
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"Pull out one gray hair and a doren
will take Its place," Is an old saying,
which Is, to a great extent, true. If no
steps are taken to stup the cause. When
gray hairs appear It Is a sign that Na
ture needs assistance It Is Nature s
tall for help. Gray hair, dull, lifeless
hair, or hair thut Is railing out. Is not
necessurllv a sign of ttdwiuclng age, tor
there are thousands of elderly people
with perfe-ct heads of hatr without a
single streak of gray.
When grav hairs come, or when tho
hair seems to be lifeless or dead, some
good, reliable halr-restnr'ng treatment
should be resorte'd te nt once. Special
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MGR. RUSSELL EL
GIVE $1,000 REWARD
EOR CANARD PROOE
Story That Catholics Would
Rule World Is Denied
Denying that Catholic clergymen tako
on oath to do all In their power to put
tho church In supremo control of the
Government, ,Mgr. William T. nuescll,
pastor of Hi. Patrick's Church, has of
fered a reward of $1,001 to uny icrson
who cuu piovo that priests tako such
Tho announcement came Inst night,
when the clergyman was anBweilng
eiucstlons which uro placed In tho "ques
tion box" In tho church. The church
was crowded, and tho announcement,
which is probably thn first that has
ever been mado of such u nature, crc
uted u sensation, Tho question called
attention to numerous pamphlets which
havo been circulated about the city re
cently In which It is stated that tho
oath of offlcu taken by bishops and
priests pledged them to do all In their
power to make the Vatican tho scat
of government for tho world.
Slgr. Husicll stated that tho reason
such pamphlets wero not answered was
that the attacks on tho church were
too ridiculous to notice. "Of counle,"
ho said, "thn rhartrea are absolutely
false and because they aro so baseless
e amoiio priests havo not thought tncin
worthy of answer."
Mgr. nusstll refused to talk further
on tho subject after tho reward had
been offered saving that the reward
was offered In good faith and when
some ono claimed It there would do
plenty of tlmo to discuss the matter.
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This preparation Is offered o the
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Mahogany or oak
Ugh! How Children
Hate Castor Oil
To clean tho little one's stomach,
liver, and waste-clogged bowels,
give gentle "Syrup of Figs."
Iook back at your childhood days.
Remember the physic that mother In
elsted on castor oil, calomel, cathartics.
How you hated them, how you fought
against taking them.
With our children it's different. Tho
day of harsh physic Is over. Wo don't
forco tho liver and 30 feet of bowels
now; wo coax them. We havo no
dreaded after effects. Mothers who
cling to thu old form of physic simply
don't renllzo what they do. Tho chil
dren's revolt Is well-founded. Their
llttlo stomachs and tender bowels are
Injured by the m.
If jour child Is fretful, peevish, half
sick, stomach sour, breath feverish und
lis little system full of cold; bus diar
rhea, soro throat, stomach uche, doesn't
eat or rest well remember look at the
tongue. If coated, glvo a tcaspoonful of
Hyrup of I'lgs, then don't worry, b.
cause you surciy will havo a well, smil
ing child In a few hours.
Syrup of Figs being composed entirely
of luscious figs, sennu und aromatlcs,
simply cannot bo harmful. It swcetcni
the stomach, makes tho liver active and
lhoroughly clennses the llttlo one's
wiisco-lioggcil uoweis. 111 a tew iiuurn
all our bllo. undigested fermenting .rood
nnd constipated waste matter gently
moves on and out or tno system with
out gripping or nausea.
Directions for children of all ages,
also for grown-ups plainly printed on
Ily all means get the genuine. Ask
your druggist for the full name, "Syrup
of Pigs nnd Kllxlr of Senna," prepared
by the California Fig Syrup Co. Ac
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prn . Thnraday, Friday, and Sat
urda, itliii Friday and Naturria Mt
Inrrn. Prlrra, BOc to S2.SO. l'rlday
Mallnrr. Ural Html, 2.O0.
Trro (irrat Attraction Unity.
(Irratrai Attraction In AVaahlngtnn.
And leer company In
The Whirl? Society
AND 100 OTHERS
Gaby Deslys in Mile. Chic
Member of the Two Companlrat
Barney Ilrrnaril, Harry nicer, .Melt Ills
i:ill. Ada l.ewla, I.aiTreare D'Oraay.
Tannic llrlce. L.aura Hamilton, l.ee
Harrlaon, Clarence Ilartej, Clara Pal.
mcr, and Arthur Standford.
NEXT WEEKSEATS NOW
hprclnl Matinee Thankanlelng,
Direct from ISO Mlthtit In Arw lork,
LEW FIELDS' AIXcgrA
Tonlcht at NHS
Thura. nnd Sat.
The Trail !. Lonesome Pine
wHl Charlotte Walker
Next week Seats Now Selling
Six Xlsht and
Wednc-Kday. Thurvlae. and Saturday,
r. 7.n:(ii'i:Ln jii. rrcscnts
San.e New York Cast and Original Zlcs
fel.l lleautv Olrls.
niEcrr Than "Zlegfeld Follies"
Frl. Nor. 32
.he- firaoLi dancer, uilited by Al.iandrr
nllnln her on Co. an! a 6mphonv
irchfslra. In "La Cajnarg" Imllee cf
lie uth century Mnrrbcer. "Itobir i.
I&M an I other dances. Ticket.. J.' M,
W, 81 no. on aal at Theatre.
(lUHUCm I Mnt.,all aenta.-.Mc.
MATS TLES. TIILTtS. AND SAT.
A lireat Play From a anal Xoul.
Life's Shop Window
A f.e nationally elreat Drama
Next Week The Call of tho llealt
TIIK MX KIRKSM1TII MSTEHsi. In l
n velly mu.lcal act. MAXIMl'H. tho Ilea
weight Juggler. 1'Al'I.A ItUHVEH. .Inglr i
c imedlenne KMTZ Hlll'STON. the carton
nt UAIlVli: ft EAltNli:. one-legged aero
I et. )ll( IIA11DS t, KVLi:. In At ho
e lub. ' und ll-n HIPKMAX IJUO& . In 'T t
Im-uciHk Delected " 11 llS-Sl
I Mum iieauiirui Theutro In AmeriL i
B lll.u.llr.n. I......,! .. . H...-.
Snii' ... nutia uuumiiiik inr i.' inr.nr
Dally Mat, :0c Ee. . :;. JO. unJ
Tin: uitiiMs iu m in-.."
Il Masterpiece of btagerratt nn-1
.iramatlc Art Stuart llarnes J i'
,ii. -in ix i.u iiuni lug HIM
VKXT WEEK "W1IO IS IIUOWN
the Mason. Chief farcical huiccf
Takcn 1-Yom "Mr. Temple's Tel
E a ii ' e lle' "Spirit ralmlni. '
IIH l,IK15JL,:jl' DAILY
-S U.I STAIt VAUDEVILLE rROl.UAM.
Pat White and Carl Henry
and :; (iiitm, with
High Life in Burlesque
r.II)A MlillT-TllE roi NTIIV STOH11
.-tWeek THE MEIIUY M IPENS
TWO I'EllPOnMANCE.S DAILY I1V
With That Ecr l'opular Comedian.
And a Heal All-Star ran
m:-i wrr.K-Moi.i ii: wii.i.imi
f-pecial late afternoon classes for a lulls
starting In SMiakespeare, Latin, nnl Matha
inatlca Day and night graded and hlgle
chuol courfcea for children and adults, alsj
prhato coarhlng. Catalogues.
FRANCIS MANN HAIL, A. M.t Principal
lei M :iT7. j:ju ST- n w
Mrs. Emily French Barnes
1 1 3 r.lcNCiith St. N, n.. l'h l.lnc 1713.
Washington School of Accountancy
Instruction Pltparlng for C. J'. A deir.
and buelntu admlnUtratloo crotesaloaaj
U pag. bulletin sent on rcquesL
Dlteclur of llucatlon. T. M. c. A., lilt a sC