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TOE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUPSPAY, NQVEMBETi 21, 1912.
Revival of De Koven's Mas
Among tho stars of grand opera In
tho Do Kovcn Opera Company for tho
famous revival of "Ilobtn Hood,' which
comes to tho Now National Theater
next week, beginning Monday evening:,
aro Bessie Abott, Florence Wlckham,
unit Herbert Walvrous. of tho Metro
politan Opera House Company, New
York: Walter lljdo, of Covent Oarden,
London; Carl Oantvoort, of tho Boston
Opera Company, Mlh.i Fcrenio. of the
Royal dram Opera Company, of Dres
den. Other famous mcmDers of this or
ganization of 100 are Udftln Slovens,
Paulino Hall, George Ii. Frothlnsrhanl,
1'hlllp Sheffield, Louise Ln Baron, Anna
Bussert, and Dorothv Arthur. Tho
chorus of eighty was selected from the
Metropolitan, Philadelphia, Boston, and
Chicago grand opera companies.
The Messrs. Shubcrt announce that
the attraction at tho Belasco Theater1
the latter part of this week will be a
triplicate one, consisting of Gaby Deslys
anu her company In "Vloletta," "The
Whirl of Soctet" company, ulth Al
Joufon at tho head, and Gaby Deslya In
her sketch, "Mile. Chic."
With Gaby Deslys are Barney Ber
nard, Mclvlllo L'llls, Clarence llarvoy,
Arthur Standford, Clara Palmer, Ernest
Hare, and tho eight madcaps. With
"The Whirl of Society" are Al JoUon,
Ada1 Lewis. Lawrence d'Orsay. Lea
Harrison, Laura Hamilton. Fannie
Brlce, and Willie Weston. Tho com
bined forces of two companies, Includ
Ing'chorus and show girls, aro over
three hundred people. Both produc
'Ions, together requiring twelve cars to
V. inspori, tho effects, will bo welded to
Jj. er here on Thursday, tho Gaby
ft "l. company coming from Haiti
Desl. 1n1 ,.Tnc -whirl of Society" from
Intend the D,
leal show- i
Jl ppoaromn per. , . , , ..
will nave-soniB iv ,lk An -u-mrntBti
direction of two
, o for tho Oaby
headline ure, of the diversified
SK?i?L"Si bl" ?A Poll' ne1 W1 tho
thrilling dramatlo success, "Tho Third
vibw.oi in laoioia rorm.
4n"$oibahy will enact. U0 absorbW
drama, wTiIch purports to reveal tho
IrJqulloua "third degree" methods of
vji puiiuo in many or mo large cities.
.:?"? a yroiean acwr o
versatility, will play
four or fivo of tho
i illi,'"1"4 ' on ,lls way now l0"
vv"' ,'n order to personally super
?7L7?. i. ittlnir together of this mu-
. 'oople who have seen tho
ormanci s In New York.
hlnsillnn Is to bo
orchestra tinder th
musical directum . .
Deslys company, anu - -,- -y--Whlrl
of Society company win render
musical numbers. ,,. m-v
III order thaf tho perfora'ancc, may
he given I" " entirety, the cjutiUn rtU
rlscT punctually at s ,'lta"S
bought for the early part of tbe .wrfc
may be exchanged for tho unuca at
leAdln&C l-ftles In hU nnrn
Of thfi SuneAs.fiil tilnv
Tho Musical Hodgea promtso to enter
tain with a delightful European novelty,
while tho second leading harmonlo fea
ture of, tho bill will be fa Pearl, known
na "tho man with a voice that beats the
band." La Pearl Is said to sing with
extraordinary power and ram sweet
ness. Mile, Lorotto and her posing
Irish setter, "Bud," will present living
reproductions In gold tone, of famous
Places of hunting; statuary. Other fea
tures, to be announced Sunday, will
dompleto a bill or much variety and
Manager Bachrach announces that the
Casino Theater ne,xt week will furnish
a, sensational line of dancing, Including
tho turkey trot, the "bunny hug,' tho
"gnlszly bear," and the "Texas Tom
my," as well as wrestling and boxing
bouts, with remarkable, roller skating by
a ble halrv coated bear who has won
farao. under tho narno ot "Big Jim', la.
the vaudeville world.
Tho headline feature will bo supple
mented with the usual bill of vurlod
vaudeville offerings of song, comedy,
and tho other elements that go to make
up cnloyablo entertatnmont, together
with a now scries of pleasing motion.
When Harry Tato'a laughable auto
mobile satire, "Motoring." was present
ed at one of tho local theaters some
time ago at aUndord prices. It was re
garded as one of tho most laughable
farce comedy .ofterlruti aft tho lay. Next
week It Is announced for the Cosmos
Theater, with the name company and
tho same production auarantcod that
won -laughter from the English sover
eigns at tho royal command perform
ance In the Palace Theater, London,
the. first of last 3uly. It all has to do
wlti an automobile that wouldn't go,
and couldp't be made to go until r
youngster, after tho experts had failed,
solveiA tho cause of the trouble. It has
a laufth In every line.
Five other acts of refined vaudeville
of the .better kind, will supplement tho
big heailllner, together with tho patho
weekly tevlcw of currcnt..wocll events,
and other motion pictures Ot-Un cnJo
able.klnd. ' . " i ,
Next wccVs attraction at the Lyceum
will be u mUBlcal comedy entitled
"Merry Maidens," replete with clover
dancing acta, catchy mnstcul numbers,
and clcvor dialogue. Mlns Lllla Brcn-
.nan, spubrette, will appear In tha role
of a lvaciou society girl.
..! loc j naay Tugm pcriormanco inc
"Country Store," will still he an attrac
tion. Tho usual matlnocs will be given.
AflVer seven years In a more or lean
Inconspicuous, position on tho stage, tho
talented singing comxllenne. Mollle
Wlllla.yis, has at lout won her way to
tho toiv and will bo siten iit tho heud of
her om company of .forty at tho
Qayety next week. Miss Williams has
been provided with u clever book and
a number of lilting song ldts which will
Insure a 'hearty recrptwiu
Cotrnngito the Columbia Theater next
Monday evening Is 1 ?logMhl A
Wlrt.ome Widow." the piece tMat Had
an all.summf r ra atthr Moulin nouge
in New York. The SUegfeld sho w tnis
year U more mas.Uc and preteiUlou"
than any other Zlegfcld show ever put
out. anrti is known as a great "fon
show. The cast Is the samo as pluyvd
fn New York, and Is heade.1 by Fran's
Tlnncv and Dorothy Jardon. In addl--Son
the original ziigteld beauty girls
WThonow' la In threo acts and five
scenes. Tho locale Is In Sun Francisco,
and showB somo of the famous places
of that town. Others In the cae are
Harry Conor, Harrj Kelly. Itathleen
Clifford. Ethel Amorlta Kel ley. . Artlo
Mchllnger. Molllo and Nellie King.
Charles Morgan. Uarl Bcnhani. MUle
Nona, and Mons. Alexis, and many
others. There will be a epeclal matinee
Wednesday, No ember 27, at 2!15 p. m.
The regular Thursday una Saturday
matinees will also lc glen.
nlrMt from 1M nights of record-
hreaVlni; business at tlio Broadway
Theator, Now York, comes Low Fields'
all-star "Hanky I'anlo" company to
commence a week's i ngagement at the
Belasco Theater, tommenclng Monday,
November 25. . ., , .
Thla Is tho same production into
which Lew Fields lnjeited every drop
of his genius, creative ability, und
tireless encrgy lWgar Smith has pro
vided a book of unusual merit, cover
ing an era from the da of Cleopatra
and her reign of ngypt and the Nile,
down to u BPitucallzed Wnlllnc ford.
K Bay Goetis has excellel himself
as 'a lyric Writer, and A. Baldwin
Sloano furnishes music, ranging from
clover marches, drawly two-steps,
sleepy lullaujH, popular rags; the ery
pinnacle' of wTilch Is reached In his
ai.tfr from "Lucia."
Such names aa Max Rogers, of the
famous "llogers Brothers;" Bobby
North, Hnrrv Cooper, of Kinplro City
Quartet famcy Hugh Cameron, Clay
Smith. Chrlstlno Nellson, Mvrtlo all
bort, ITlo May, Vlrglnltn Kvnns, und
Montgomery and Moore, appear on thu
firogram', and thtru is u large support
One of tho most conspicuous of tho
entirely now dramatic offerings of tho
current Braeon Is "The Call of tho
Heart, coming to tno Academy
Thanksgiving week, which, as tho tltjo
Indicates, Is u, story of love and tic-
A company of ahllltv Iiob been as
sembled to mi r round John Nicholson,
who 1b holng featured In tho charaotor
of Lord Eerlow. Ably co-operatlnif
with Mr. Nicholson Is Mies Ann Hamil
ton, as" Lady Kverlow. Othor membeis
of tho cast Include Corwln Luskmoor.
W. J. McConnell. clarence Bellalr. C.
B. Waters. W. C. Tjrnci, MUly Stevens,
Virginia Had ley.
Matinees will bo irlven on Tuesday.
Thanksgiving Day, and Saturday. Thera
will bo no advance In prices for tho
"Who I Brown?" tho latest vaudc
llle laughing hit. will be tho conspicu
ous featuro of Chase's bill next week.
Jt will bo presented by tho Providence
Playem, the foremost vaudeville utioCk
star comedy company under the direc
tion of Charles Luvenberg. This organ
ization works ftloriK now linos., "'.iiiV
comprises comedy players of unusual
renown In the stock company world.
The farce Is based upon the London
New York BUccess, "Mrs. Temple's Tel
egram," which ran for several con
secutive seasons In the Brlttsh metropo
lis and also played New York for more
than u. season, t'nusual matrimonial
complications, Invohlng three Jyplou
Couples, turn. ail iiiu liiuii.r.
The extra added attraction will be
Henry Cllvc's mysterious London
"ftnirlt Palntlnirs " A committee fmru
tho audlenco conducts an Investigation
at every penormaneo ann no precau
tion Is lacking which will preverft 'Im
position upon public credulity. " The
paintings aro made by Invisible agen
cies In full Uew of the audlenco.'Thlnl
In Importance will he the European ac
cordeon virtuosos, the Bodulnl brothers,
whose ulaylng Is a rare treat and brlngj
nut lltlo known qualities of the accor
deon. nnymnnd and Caverly, "The Wlzanls
of joy," will be there with "The Two
Musicians." Karl Emmy's rets, aro an
Importation of unusual promise, and
the ten little German terriers excell In
comedy tasks. Fred Walton and Bena
Santos, the musical comedy features,
will offer their tete.n-teto diversion
Oeorgo W. Cunningham and Herman
Mariart, In "The Acrobatic Talkfest,"
;.ni odVt to the hill The plpo organ
recitals at 1:30, 7.J0, and intermlialnru
.nd the new Anlnisteil Weeklv eieiits
of the Interest are other attractive In
leading ftnunakers with. Miss Williams
aro Harry 8heppell. George I Hayes,
11. A. Turner. Cliff Worman, Madgo
Darrvll, Mao Weeks, -and" JVtabel rlii,
an attractive jounc WaibUngNtoh, recruit
to the burlesque, stage.
Adeline Octiee, the famotia pantomime
dancer, will appear at tho Columbia
Theater tomovrow afternoon at 4:30.
During the I'dght of tho London sum
mer season (1312) Adellno fie nee attract
ed tho lion's jiharn of attention when
sho appeared M the Collucum In tho
new ballet. "La Camargo." Tho dance,
by Wllhelm, del'IctB an eplsole In the
life of I,oul Qufiize, but It remained for
,e cenlus of Ovmee to Infuse poetry
Bnl realism Into the scones, as well hs
show tho worm wnai may nave Happen
ed lit the gardens of tho royal palaco at
VerB-lUles In the sixth decado of tho
The i,'ancer will bo avslstoil by her own
symphoiiy orcnestra'nrjd H, Vollnin. Her
programs also inciuuo
Itonert io uia
and other dances.
The second of tho travelogues which
Burton Holmes will deliver at tho Co
lumbia TheatofSUnday evening and Mon
day afternoon at 3:80 o'clock Is proving
to be oue. of the most popular tbe dis
tinguished traveler baa presented In ho
twenty years ho has boen catering to
It Is "Tho Panama Canal." and In It
ho draws, many Interesting comparisons
with tho great work which preceded It
the Suez Canal. Tho slides, and motion
Pictures Mr. Holmes will presont In this
lecture comey the most vivid Impres
sions of the greatest of all dltchea and
Invariably insplro prld,o .In every en.
thualastlc American,, ("
A Beethoven program Is promised for
next Tuesday afternoon atUho New Na
tional Theater on ho occaaloa of tho
first of the orchcstrhl concerts, by tho
Philharmonic Soclotj of New York, in
addition to the Symphony No. 5, T. Ar
thur Smith has been advised that
Mlscba, Elman, the Husslan, violinist,
who Is to bo tho soloist of tho occasion,
will bo heard In Boothoven's Symphony
.Vo. 7, In A major.
Klmnn stands today 4n a Dosttlon
ihljch he has created, by his untiring In
Lilustry and geulua, spurred on by an
ammtton ever to exceii nis nnesi ciigns.
The Phllharfnonjo Orchestra U this year
showing th'o benefit of the season ot
hard work under tha direction ot Josef
The first public appearance In this
city of Frances Alia, the wonderful
soprano of the Metropolitan Opera,
House, Is scheduled (or Friday after
noon. November 29, at (JO o'clock, at
the Columbia Theater, where from pres
ent Indications she will be received as
few artists, have over been received In
tho Nation's Capital. Umo. Alia, who
Is said to be the youngest, most beauti
ful, the most magnlflcontly gowned, and
tho moat triumphantly successful of tho
Metropolitan prima donnas, has created
v sensation In the 'West, where she has
lust concluded a phenomenally success
ful tour undor the management of
Frederic Shlpman, who also manages
'ho contort tours of Nordlca, Blspham,
Mary Hallock. and others.
Mmo. Alda's only appearances In this
city havo been at prlvatu recitals In tha
White House, where sho developed a
loal following among tho socially elect
The Chicago Grand Opera, Company
will make Its last appearance in Balti
more until February a( tho Lyric Thea
ter tomorrow .evening, whoa Thomaa'
"MlgnonV will bn given.
Mme. Maggie Teyto. the distinguished
English soprano, will bo the star of the
performance, the title rolo, belrut one of
her most fumous characterizations.
Charles Dalmores tbe French tenor,
will -bo the Mdlotor. Jennv Dirfau the
Phllnna. Hector Dufranne the Lothario.
Kdmond Wnrftcrr thu Lakrtus. Con
stontln Nlcolay, tho Jarno. and Huby
Hoyl tho Ftodorlck. Cbarllor will di
rect. Will Give Addresses
To Esperanto Club
Kdwin C. Ilccd. Mrs. Wilbur V.
Cnifts. and others, will address tho
mooting of tho Washington branch of
the i:ptranto Association of North
America In tho Chamber of Commerco
at S o'clock tomorrow evening. Mom
bars of the Washington High School
Kspcrunto club will prouueu a play
let. Free classes In Esperanto hao been
opened at 1410 II street northwest, und
the classes on Saturday evenings arv
reserved for young people.
Sold Arms to Minor.
Harry Bernstein, proprietor of
qnd-hond store, 927 V street northwest,
waa fined S3 by Judgo Pugh, of tho Dis
trict I'ollco Court, on a charge of sell
ing flrearmB to a minor yesterday. Bern
stein sold an old army rifle to Robert
.McWcrtcr, of .Silver Spring. Md.
SLAIN AT HOTEL
Detectives Seeding Mart,. 'of
36, WhP Courted' '
CHICAGp, N,ov. JL-a'he ppllco havo
sent out a 'request for tlio arrest of
John B. Koettcre in connection with tho
slaying with a hammer, in the Saratoga
Hotel, last week, of Mrs. Emma Kraft,
sixty years old, of Cincinnati.
Chloagq detectives; now In Cincinnati
working oil the caso, telephoned to
Capt. jotrn Ilalpln. of the tfetoctlvo. hu
reau, tha,!, Kocttera had bn attentive
to Mrs. Kraft, who recently had sold
some property for nearly 5,0W, and had
later disappeared from her iome.
The Identity pf the hotel myvstcry vic
tim has Just been established by a
daughter and a niece of Mrs. Kraft,
who declared that the clothe of tho
slain woman, were those ot their rela
oettera. according to Mrs. Florence
Kloker and the latter'e daughter, rela
tives of the murdered woman, had been
paying attentions to tho latter for somo
umo oeiore she duappcarea.
Koolterj Is described as b
six years old, five feet elevon Inches
tall, weighs ISO pounds, of medium
build, light coinploxloii, brown hair
inclined to curl. He has a smooth faco
with a dlmplo in the chin.
According to the Information procured
by Captain Ilalpln, alter Mrs. Kraft
sold two pieces of property for 14,800.
he went, on November 1, to the Palaco
Hotel, Cincinnati, to live. She romalnid,
there until November 13, when sho dis
appeared. Kottors had corresponded
with her whllo he was going from Do
trolt to' Cincinnati. He was last seen
In Clnolnnatl by friends on election day,
Mrs. Kraft Is known to have sen,t
some of her household poods to Kansas
City, apparently expecting soon to wed
Koetters. Telegrams havo been sent
to tho polico of that city and other
cities In the hope of arresting Koetters.
Knights of Columbus
To Take Up Dramatics
Tlans for tho organization of a dra
matic club aro being considered by tttto
members of Spalding Council, Knights
of Columbus, who will discuss thu de
tails of the club mooting tonight, A
committee has been appointed to con
sider tho formation of such a club whlcji
will report to thu council as soon as
Thq meeting of tho council tonight
will bo for tho exemplification of the
first degree In tho order primarily, but
tbe plans for tha dramatic club will
come up. J. P. Cleary, tho now grand
knlgbl of tho council, will prcsldo.
Coming Here Again
The National Association of Railway
Commissioners In convention here, to
day selected Washington and October
28, 1913. us the place and time for their
next annual convention.
Boosters of St. Louis, Mo., were de.
feated only after an exciting ballot.
The convention also adopted recommen
datlons that the convention In 1915 bo
held in San Francisco.
15 DELAYED BY
Attorneys Make Final Argu
ments in. Trial of Joseph
Ettpr and Others.
COURT- IjqUBE,, SALEM, Mass., Nov,
31, Owing to tho unexpected length of
final arguments In behalf of Joseph
Ktori Axturo Glovinnlttl, and Joseph
Caruso, charged with tho murder of the
Luwrenco girl striker, Annie Loplzzo,
thq en jo ivas not expected to go to the
jury untl tomorrow.
Attorney J. V. a. Mahoney today re
sumed his 1lnal plea to save Kttor, At
torney W. Scott Peters later was to
open his float argument for Uluvannlttl,
concluding arguments fpr the defend-
Whether District Attorney Altwlll
would begin his summing up for the
Stato late tbls afternoon was doubtful.
Explaining Ettor's declaration that the
"capitalists controlled the courts," Ma
honey argued that Ettor was naturally
Incensed over tho action of the Law
rence court In sentencing thirty-four
strikers In one day without time to pre
sent all tho evidence.
Mahoney urged that Ettor's plea to
the English speaking operatives "not to
ly tne aristocrat, out to stoop lowr
and lift up the lower paid foreign work
ers, lest the idvycr workprs reach un
and pull them down," had no sinister
"Wha.1 nobler purpose could a man
havvt" argued Mahoney. "Is that the
attitude o a man munoglnK r groat
esuvui unq incuicaio ma sp
Idne.n1 In the Hearts of mcrrT
DtlovV attorney bitterly assailed tho
prosecution for caning to tbu stand a
man at tbe caliber of Officer Moore.
rvyhoni tho defense slip wed bad been
rounq Guilty oi assauu wun q uungerpus
w,ettpon ana lor larceny,
Wil Be Hit By BUI
Protection of American stomachs
figalnst. Impure oleomargarine will bo
iglslatloo dethnnded at tho coming 'ses
sion of Congress, Chairman Lamb of
the House Agriculture Commltteo staled
A meeting of the Agriculture Commit
tee has been colcd hy Mr. Lamb for
December 4 for special consideration of
an oleomargarine bill being drafted by
a subcommittee, of which Congressman
Lever chslrman. The subcorn,mlttoe
draft Is to bo submitted at the Inltlul
committee meeting after. Congress con
venes. Definition of what oleomargarine real
ly Is, tho grades of Its adulteration and
purity, licensing of dealers, and stamp
ing of packages In Interstate commerco
will bo features of tho proposed bill.
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..CAKT,1.IA CINCPR Al.Vl Is midu from tho I'tlllUST KNOWN SPnmn
WATEIt as a base combined with pure ginger, "pure sugar! and I pure fruit
Price $1.50 per 24 Bottle Case
Castalia Spring Water Co.
1502 H Street N. W. Phone M. 5186
N: T, REDMAN
916 La. Ave. N,W.
BUTTER AND EGGS HIGHER, BUT SAME PRICE WITH
US FQR FEW DAYS LONGER.
Our Best Tub Butter, 33c lb.
Selected Eggs, 30c doz.
Special Brand Coffee, 25c lb.
Tea, 50c. lb.
Everything elsp orth'e BSsfQuality and Retailed at Wholesale Prices.
CALL AND SEE OUR COFFEE ROASTED.
Orders of $1.00 and over promptly delivered. Phone Main 228.
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For sale at all of the best stores
and markets, or
COLUMBIA PROV. CO.,
952 La. Ave. N. W.
FANCY DRIED FRUITS
GRATED HORSE RADISH
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MACKKllKI., TIlAb, CUl'l'Ki:s,
WM. S. HARRIS,
Stand. 1SS Io 13t f. Liberty MM,
l'HO.M', MAIN 07-Y.
CinnA Olrl Reliable Ovstar House and Finn Market
Seafood all hinds Poultry and irame. Krcsh, pure. tine. Our suod repu
tation stcurid anil inulntulnea by offerlnjr only the Hi:ST.
ULAAIUIN'S MbH MAKK.H,
l'linue, SI, 3711.
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WO4 Ijs. Ar. .. V. I. W. CI.AXTON, Prop.,
RELIABLE DEALERS IN THE
Seventh Street and North Carolina Avenue.
Fancy Elgin Butter.
Strictly Frosli Country Eggs.
W. EDWARD FRAZIER.
Butter, Cheese, Etc.
BOOTHS 52 AND 54.
FANCY FRUITS AND VEGE.
E. D. CASTELL.
FRESH AND SALTED MEATS. 7
BOOTH 35. i
WM. C. MESSINK.
CONFECTIONER AND BAKER,
Sunshine Biscuits a Specialty.
G. A. SANFORD.
Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry and
FRUITS' AND VEGETABLES.
BOOTH 92. ,
C. E. BECK.
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
Pickles and Olives.
FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
BOOTHS 37-38. J
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