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NEW RENDITION OF
.Twq stars Please Large
Audiences in Tragedy and
fn "As You Like It.1
fore the largest and probably th
" '"hostastle. audience of the week.
Mr. Bothern and Mils Marlowe present
SiJ!?. . 'J8"'" Immortal tragedy of
flllht " th Be,,,co Theater last
' ,the,e ' any one play In the Kng.
Lii J,Bug0 of whlch one oan "
?" " ,been written that can be, it la
hki?n.;'.'. .Composed over three and a
da!L ?&!'' " tnl Pc haa come
JCe "fe aa on the night when It aaw
th. KS?1'.'0' J" llne ttre familiar to
beSi, &IL"1 choolboyi Its climaxes have
wen common property for gcneratlons
lth.i ru no Production today which,
2. .iw.n ". cn b depended upon
wMhi! . .no,d an audience spellbound
a. ..u'iL .,n.t.el,,lt' and dramatic action
m fm,et.l La,L n'lhf a performance
plrtect t0 c weU-nlt
Olrei Musical Rendition.
Mr. gothern's delivery of the famoui
soliloquy wh easy, dlatlncl. em
Phatlo, and delightful. He. destroyed ut
"rty the usual lengthy effect of the
soliloquy and placed therein so much
tire and pathos that the audience In
voluntarily broke Into uproarious nn
?' As has been apparent In all
tne Bothern productions, the "blank
verae effect" ho much objected to by
the majority of theater-goers has been
entirely lost and In Its stead has been
placed a plain, musical rendition of the
lines with the same cadences and Into
nation aa If they were plain, everyday
Proasa move which renders It much
easier to follow the, action of the piny
and the rather archalo verbiage of the
EllMbethan era. -
"Hamlet" la such a one-part play that
It la almost unnecessary to mention any
of the other parta. Even Hiss Marlowe,
as Ophelia, has a very subordinate role,
which, however, uhe acted with her
customary skill and delightful Intona
tion. Rowland Buckatone, aa the Grave
digger, provided the scanty comedy
which the master dramatist placed In
his tragedy; Malcolm .Bradley made a
dignified and forceful Polonlus, while J.
Sayre Crawley's Claudius left little to
The Bothcrn-Marlowe production of
"Aa You Like It" has been seen In
Washington before, and that it has not
been found wanting Is attested by the
slxa and enthusiasm of the audience
that greeted the two stars at yeeter
day'a matinee. Never, surely, was a
mora endearing Rosalind than the one
whom yesterday's audience .followed,
entranced, through the winding paths
of the Forest of Arden.
Audience Is Appreciative.
It if trite to praise the "reading" of
the two stars. Every one Is agreed that
Mlts Marlowe has the most melodious
volecon' the English-speaking stage:
and' that Mr. Sothcrn's rendering of
blank) Verae Is Incomparable. But the
Marlowe charm seems peculiarly the
Rosalind charm, with all Its playful
ness, and all Its piquancy, and all Its
appealing glrllshness. Again nd again
the audience hushed Its Irrepressible
In the same why It showed lt appre
ciation of Mr. Hothcrn's entirely satis
fying Jaques. One could feel It holding
on to Itself after the "I met a fool In
the forest," and holding onto the ap-
flause for which he ave no chance.
le was even mean enough' to allow his
hearers no relief after the "'All the
world's a stage," 'after which audiences
have alwava been allowed. fire seconds
for refreshment, so to speak. But Moth
em goes on so ruthlessly that his hear,
era nave to subside.
Frederick Lewis' Orlando ranks well
up with the performance of the stars;
ha puts Into the part the attractiveness
of manly vouth, and reads his lines with
feeling and discretion. The minor char
acters were In the main played conven
tionally with no new and startling "busi
ness" to disturb the audience.
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"Bird of Paradise" Actress
Production of Stock
White Rats Open
New $200,000 Home
The Ifhlte WatsActoVs' Utilon of
America, an orsannuiiun ui iiKtuiuni
performers numbering approximately
5.(jC0 members, and devoted to the
! cause of fair play und equity between
I performers uml managers, opened their
now fjn.wi ciut) nouao una nuincss
ministration building In JJew York ilty
laat night. TKs event v. air omi df ex
traordinary Importance In the history
of theatricals In this country. Inasmut h
as the new building' Is the first hnrne
of the actor, .owned by the attar,. iuid
run by tho actor. In the United StateB.
Well-known performers like George
M Cohan, Willie Collier. Wober &
Fields,' and Montgomery & Stone ap
peared at the Informal cabaret per
formance, which was a feature of the
"tiouBOttuimlne" ceremonies. Junlc Mc-Ci-ee,
well-known actor. Who Is now
president of the W.. R. A. U.. made a
short dedicatory address.
CHASES POLITE VAUDEVILLE
Washlaatoa's Largest, Amrrtrtl Finest, and tar World's
ssoaei .nuaeraj xatatre Wllai Weekly uilia aiirpasainic
Tke glJIO sail ai.nef Attraction.
Doors Open at 1:1s aed 7:19 p m. Dslty, When and During the
iriiiinin invrs is urmnu tret rip urfaa itecuvi in me
DAILY MATii, 33 Ceatai BVKH-. 3P. 50, and 7S Cents.
Tlie Radiaat Ulrl From DUIe"
RAY COX ," "The Charity Girl"
JN HER NEW AND ENTIREt-V ORIOINAL COMIC CYCLB Of
TVPIOAI. AND TOPIC I. HONU STORIES.
TMK DKRBLICT COOK'S TOURIST," "TUB JOrBIVAI.."
"YOU KNOW WHAT HUE KXI'KCTKD," AND "HER
P1R8T TniP IN AN AKROPLAMS."
THH SUNMBST gONOa UHE HAM KVER HUNG
The DIMIniuUhed Kttllar Comedienne,
MRS. LOUIS JAMES & COMPANY
In the Trlsnaulsr Comedy, "Holding n lluband."
The Danclnc Stars,
PAT ROONEY and MARION BENT
'AT THE NEWS. STAND
Thn t'amnus Minstrel.
("Waltz Me Again. Urerge")
In Ulutkface Optlmlimis.
BOUKER'8 18 Btdouln Arabs Hen l.lnn The ("chllllnsi, c.
America's llreateit r'o-nlc C'&rtnnnUt,
Una! VTflaihAi wao
ijaot Co. barrell & Conuay,
Mutt & Jeff
Immenwlv Kunny tirotinua Character Kkttchep,
WMhlnjctftn Poy Hcouta' Kxhlbltton. The Murray-
viitumacuinr i'lciurfB. c.
IIchwJI and Jaegcn
Tfifr Oo&ratie Duo
'iKMMsoni'Co. ina sm
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Jane Meredith, onu of the playera
whom Oliver Morosco has nssembled for
his flno production of "Tho Bird of
Paradise," which conies to the Urlasco
Theater the week bcglnnliiK Monday,
December 23, 1m h pioduct of modem
stock companies, mid nrned her first
laurels at tht- Lyric Theater In Min
neapolis, when she wus railed upon ut
less than two Iiouih' notlm to flssumo
the name part In trc comidy "Mam
zellc." Hlnco the role renulred not only acting
ability of a high light comnlv order,
but tho rendition of several chansons
and a churarterlstlo dance. It may be
Imagined that her tank vas a dirilcult
one. Hut her success was such that It
attiucttd the attention of one of Mr.
Morosco's representatives, who "tabbed"
her for the stranxely new play In
which she ha.f added to hrr fame.
Miss Meredith appears In "The Ulrd of
raraaiao as an Jinwuuun gin.
"Perplexed Husband" Is
Satire on Suffrage Cause
In the Burfrauo play, "The Perplexed
Husband." which t-omrs to the National
Christmas week, John Drew has
achieved the most real success either ho
or any of his plays hnvo hud In the last
ten years. As evidence of this, for thu
past three months enormous audiences
have been thronging the Kmplro Xhea
ter. New York. And. Incongruous a-U
matrseAm, John Drmv, wlillo cast us thu
hero, will seem to many women th
villain In "The I'rplcxrl Husband,"
for the play Is untl-siinrugc.
Alfr.il Sutrii, Its author, has barbed
his pen with thu deftest satire, und It
lll not "be his vuult If otes for women
Is not laughed out of many an American
household before tho theatrical season
Is over. Mr. Drew's company Includes
Miss Marv Holantl. ,ui leading woman:
Miss Nina Sevenlng. Miss Alice John,
and Miss Mart a ret Wutson.
Chase's Placed in Hands of
Boy Scouts for Benefit, "
of Local Troop's. ( ' .,
Henry Miller's production of "Black
birds," the now play'by Harry James
Smith In which Laura; Hope Crew and
11. B. Warner win star Jointly, has been
built under Mr. HHIer's personal super
vision and offers one of the most artlstla
and beautiful series qf state pictures
ever devised for a modern comedy. The
Play Is In three acts,'' and the settings
tor each act offer- a study In absolute
renusm ana oeaumui coior enecia.
The story of "Blackbirds" begins tn
the llvlnr room of a hulte In the smart
est hotel In New York. The second act
la laid In the library of a luxurious
home In Detroit, and the last occurs In
a boudoir, done entirely In soft shades
of gray, relieved only by the blue of
the Wedgewood plaques and panels.
The play ends with a moonlight scene.
In which the colors of the room soften
easily and beautifully.
The production for "Blackbirds" Is
ranked by Mr. Miller as his finest
acnievement. It la decidedly In keep
ing with tho smart comedy and its
brilliant cast. ,
Miss Crews and Mr. Warner will he
Xln a week's engagement In "BlackJ
birds" at the Columbia Theater bn Mon'
day evening, Uecomber 16. The usual
matinees will be given.
William A. Ilrady, Ltd., will present
'The Dronu" In Washington at the
liclascn Theater fot tho week beginning
December 1 This play, company and
production are Imported Intact from the
Royalty Theater In London, where the
comedy created u genuine furore by
reason of Its novelty. Its humor and
the wholly admirable manner In which
It was acted. At the head of Ills tast,
and playing the principal role Is Whit-
oru Kane, wno is iookso. upon as qu
the best character actor In England.
The drone Is nil amiable old fellow
who has cuccecded In going through llf
without doing a stroke of ical work,
poring to his well-to-do brother as an
Inventor, working out an apparatus that
will make the whole family rich and
famous. There Is nothing vicious, or
wicked, about the deception, or about
the man himself. H (imply will not
work, and Is sufficiently Ingenious to
make his wits get n llvlns for him. tils
allrged Invention also comes In handy
at last. Mhen his brother has been en
trapped into piomlslng marriage to an
old maid who Uvea on u nearby farm,
and the woman consents to be bought
off by the transfer of this wonderful
machine which is to revolutionise the
The plav Is by Kutherford Mayne and
Iium ..Mripfl tn rstuhllsh that aentle-
iiiuu'h reputation as a skilled dramatist
and a writer or me rarest comcoy.
Washington will again have the pleas
iirf of seeing "The Pink Lady" at the
New Nutlonal Theater the week begin
ning Monday the 1Mb. Tba company to
appear here wlll.be the original New
York and London 6mpny with .a41. ot
the International favorites. Including
Frank Lalor, Haxel Dawn, Alloc Dover.
Alice liegeman, Louise Ketley. Jack
Henderson, Craufurd Kent, Jed Proutv,
ttrilllfem fftnM UVaaMns- OarIaii VJMIa
Morris; Flora, fcrosbta. Maurice liege
man nd'MtCaarrnnt.-. "
.no more popular. muaica onenng nai
ever piayea nero, ana r mis
roles will be seen here. The sale of
seats win open Thursday,
Chase's will be conducted next week
entirely ,ln tho Interest -of the 'Boy
Hcouts, whose local council has secured
the theater for tho entire week. An
especially elaborate and novel bill ot
American and foreign vaudeville fea
tures has been prepared, the foremost
uiiraonon uetna uu
ritbr of the unique and
nitil "Jen"- cartoons,
of the greatest stage successes oC tha
ton Bov Hcouts in "in peaoe and War.'
a novel and Interesting demonstration
d Fisher, the origin
nd laughable '.'Mutt1,'
i. Mr. Flsher'lsone
ise successes of the
ion, and his footllghl fun,ls.'arl to
ill that can be expected. (?-' .,
special feature will be tWWashlnk-
f their oatrlotlo functions at Jtoma and
In the field. The popular iMutray -Lane
Cpmpanv will present their new musi
rat catnadv hit. "Fixing-Dad.". Emily
Dart-ell and Charles Conway, the musi
cal revue farceurs, will offer their Jolly
little skft "Behind the Beenes." Tho
Parisian musical stsrs, Mile. La Tosca
ahd Company, will add 'their French
vocal and Instrumental, novelty. Mile.
Techow's Trained Cats are anntherrare
addition. .Edgar Berger, the clastic
euulllbrlitVMs also Included.
, , '
"The Whlta Squawi" described as a
romantic drama, will; he the .attraction
at the Academy next week.-, It 'la' said
to be an unusual plky,wlth dialogue
and action delightfully appealing, and
the fine features of human life faith
fully depicted. The cast selected, .for
the presentation of the .drama Includes
among Its members Clara Greenwood,
Dorothy Qulncy, Clinton . Iferry, Max
Fisher. W. V. Kohrpan and William
Mystery will entertain Cosmos audi
ences nl wk.' when Mildred Jewel.
the mind reader who aroused such deep
Interest Twlth Her 'performances at the
Casino Theater a vear ago, will be the
attraction' extraordinary. Miss Jewel
Is somewhat different from the usual
"mind reader". ' In that all she does Is
done In '.full view of the . auflltfnce 'nd
Kinemacolor Pictures '
Are Secured for Chase's
without .the, aid of confederates,-special
paper pads., or the llkr.
- &riF&.J?&VatPSei SAM fi
which any one mav dro:
rq passed ttrough the' audience' into
i any one mav arop
'tueatlon'on any kind of paper.
boxes are - not. opened,
nor are tnd
hv unv one. but at the
proper time Miss Jeael undertakes to
qrrtckrv and satlsfactoTirr answer what
has been asked of her.
Two musical comedies form the
greater part, of the bill at tho Lyceum
next week, commencing with Monday
matlnes, when Harry U. Cooper appears
as the star comedian in fllm William's
''Girls From Joy land."' In addition,
there la stablotd opera, a playlet.. Und a
Scries -of Unusual specialties. Twenty-
flvo chorua girls arc an added attrac
lon. On Friday night the usual attraction,
the Country Store, will be continued.
With a lively chorus and a big comedy
cast, the "Crackerjacks" will be the ut-
! ractlon at the Oayety next week, fol
owing Dave Marlon and his "Dream
and Builesquers." The "Crackerjacks"
promise an entirely new show this sen
son, with new book, new scenery, and
attractive new costumes of French design.
Chore's' has arranged to Introduce tho
Kinemacolor motion pictures Irr Its l-IUs
beginning noxt week. The Kinemacolor
represents the highest reach of the art.
It might bo wild that, comparatively
speaking, they are to other forms of
motion photography, what oil paintings
are tb"Chromo. Their colors are pro
duced Wholly bv natural solar, action
und not bv tho artificial work of brush
and paint; .
Their details are given with such
sharpness of outline and, such perfec
tion. of reproduction that It seems as If
the real acene wero actually occurring
before the eyea oMhe onlookers. Thcso
qualities hav given them a value far
above that of the other Inferior process
es of the art and upon the few occa
sions that the real Kinemacolor -Pictures
have been seen on the atage hew
... .. nimnntAil that rPKUlatr HIbViV
price theator scale. These were the
Panama Canal views and the Paul
Harney African Hunt KxtwdlUon-. Xm7
first Kinemacolor views for Chase b will
show "The Mobilisation of reek
Troups for. tho Front" and other live
' , One on Marshall P.
-Mr.haii t Wlldsr. th headline at
traction -at PoH'a Oils' week. Unlike most
comedians, does, not .objeot . to a good
story on himself. Two summers ago
he was filling: an engagement In At.
City at the me time tn. Con-
vertlaed.. One evening, two K"P"hrnen
V l- -..i.h.i.. iiH ninrh Inter
ested-ln thoJiorvahce nnomcemcnts or
Consul's, appearance, dropped Into the
vaudeville iseawr whuo " i,l- in
drllvcrlng his monologue, 'ookln5,J2
..ll...n . ik diminutive comedian
for a fw moments and then turning
to hVeSm)fn"'r?m,u'k.t''' .1 JK&
vM ?op,AiMu'"-nlBf .them to talk
""" " ' F
HOLMES' IrtDIAW LECTURE.
At the Columbia TheaUr tonight, nnd
.uin inmnrrow afternoon. Burton
u.inn. u.111 continue Ills series ot
Tr.elnmei with. another and absolute
ly new-travelogue 'on, India, this tlmo
devoting his' attention, to the beauties
another' oortlon Of this wonderfully
picturesque and colorful country, differ
ing from that shown, last week. Tho
comprehensive sub-tltle of this week
talk Is "From tho Taj Mahal to tho
wn .ntv',L-lii h dwell uoon the mar
vels of the Taj. said to be the mos
beautiful architectural acnievemcni in
the world, but he wilt contrast with It
the snow-capped peuas oi in awe-
Inanlrln., t-llnntlfLVSS. The RlUtlon Die
tures will give even a closer Insight
Into the dally life In India, and Into its
Inhabitants, both British and hatlv. .
An extra Sunday matinee Is .announc
ed for December 15. when Mr. Holmes'
temarkable story of the Panama canal
will be repeated.
NATIONAL -1 1
Ths only thtattr In Washington offering esolusltslyAmerlcsnsndfonlgn stsrs of flrst rsak.
Th U lii Opa Ihm CMur Ik. , - ,
MR.,11ARBY ABKIN.' Manaalnr Dlrerlne. .Annonnos
-. i l- ' U ''' LL!.-Vt L
MR. ALEXANDER CARR
la th Nulcal Cmmjt f the Kardl-Onis
I OUISIAN A
itii aoraoB TUCKER
analtit Mitlnl Qintty in tht History
Flint Singing, Danolig, Liiklng Ohtnt ! tht WwM
15-WHMTLEABLE HAPNTHfG SONGS-15
West Week Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Heat Sale Thursday.
THE OBIOINANKonANDNDON1 COMI'ANY IN
THE PINK LADY
Book by C. M. H. McCLELLAN. Muslo by IVAN CARYX.L.
Fraak Lalor, Haael Dawn, Alice Oavey, Alice HegeaaaB, Jack Headersoa,
l","u,,K,-,ttSft.KV irA 'r"ty, VXatm C'rusble. c Ac.
THE INTERNATIONAL MIINICAI. I'flMEDV M7CCKNH.
records of alt
other places whre the return engage
ments have been even morj successful
limp the nrsi. .-uessrs.-i sxiaw u r-r-lunycr
have set u Very tilth standard
In their Drodurtlons. and Slhev believe
that thn public it entitled 'to see lust
aa good a performance the second yeart
as me nrsi. as a muiicr or iuci, in
thfa lnstsne It will lie il iMtter nr
I rormance, as tno original creators 01 ma
BEL ASCO THEATRE
SECOND AND LAST WEEK, BEGINNING TOMORROW NIGHT
Matinee Saturday Only
E. H. JULIA
IX SHAKKSPEAHKAN llEPEHTOlUE.,
Arrangement of 1'lays'
Mna "Tamlnn of the (threw."
'I'ues, "Merchant of Venice."
Wed. "Much Ailti About Nothing."
Tluirs. ' Macbrth."
I'rl-"Rome und Juliet."
.at. Mnt-ITtelfth Nlghl."
. Ma-IM "Hamlet."
Prlces-50c, 75c, fl.OO, $1.50, $2.00
Seats on sale for all nerformajees. Cartala prossptly. at SiOO e
rnlnns, nnd at Slioo at the11 matinee. Oood aeata Mr all performance.
MTIKEE8 WBDNE8DAY AND SATURDAY
WILLIAM A. BHADY (Ltd.). Prraeats
A romedr In three acts, liv nuthrrford Mayae, with Whltford Kaae
aad the entire original company and production from tba Royally
Caas. E. Talor Presents
TNE IIB ILAZE IN
TWO BIO SHOWS IN ONE
THE DARLINGS OF PARIS
Lois of Natural
Gladys Sears & Theo.Murphy
Well-fcnon n Favorites and
A COMPANY OF 50 GIRLS
THE GIBM raOM JOTLAND
IcafCtaM Plajra at
I . Thnnday
1 All aVhaU ic
I 25c 35c SOc
The MostPQwerfal DrunticPhy-tYean
FnOM A HI'CXrEliHKUL HUN AT TUB
1IIJOU THEATER. NEW YORK.
'I'H B! -
HV JAMES HALUSCK REtD.
A Modern Up-tcv-Date Play
That Startled All New York
Dsllcats susiect reverently treatrd.-N. Y. HEIULD.
The number of eurtsln calls would hse even satis
fied Tetrtxslnt -N. Y. HUN.
ltsdv j)ourful by Its gripping scenes -ti. Y. COM
MERCIAL. No more powerful sermon hat ever been preached
from the pulplt.-N. Y. JOURNAL.
A lanrfc Cart ! MtlriMlHn Playirt MawlHaiat fninW
Zllic II THE WHITE SQUAW
mmTm -sbbVbV .aaWaT s"aBas
THE BKHT VAUDEVILLE IN AMERICA
tor 10, an. aad Ml eeata.
NsXlaees, 10 and 90 eeata.
THREk INTBNATIONAI aUADLDf ERS TMTJ.
Tks Prlace of Eatertalaera an the Entertalaer of Prlaees.
Homer Llnd and Company
la "THE OPERA S1NUER."
Charles Falke Seamon
Th Narrow Fellow."
And a strrat array of supserrlasc features, laeludlag
MLLE. ALICE DEMAROO, the Petite Aerial Artiste.
BISKETT A UC'OTT, Dsarlag Marvels.
THE BUSH BROTHERS, la a remarkable ecceatrlc acrobatic specialty.
i BEOINNINO bUNOAY. DECEMBER 1.
GRAND M'NDAY CONCERT. WITH VAUDEVILLE FEATVRKH.
ffatftg Musical Act OnTheSwngiuWiit
WftllNQTON'S LEADING THEATRE
ALL THIS WEXK.
MATINEES THUR3PAY5 AND 3ATURQM5
Persoaal Dlreetloa Mr. Prank. Thompson, with the Orlslnal C'umpanr
of Old Panrltea. name Famous Musical Features as Always. The
Celebrated Double Male Quartette, c.
America's. Most Famous Play and Success.
NEXT WEEK SEATS ON SALE TUESDAY
HENRY MILLER Presents
LAURA HOPE CREWS
and H. R. WARNER
(By Arrangement with Ceo. C. Tler Co.) la
By HARRY JAMES SMITH.
MISS CRiDEK ANNOUNCES
M. CAMIIiLE DHCRKUS, Pianist.
Tickets, 93.B0. 3, aad !. On sale at the Theater. Chlckerlng I'lano
BURTON HOLMES 1UI?
J$FiHk?N?r INDIA-The TAJ to the HIMALAYAS
PANAMA" AGAIN StTNDAY. MATINEE, DEC. IS, 3:30
POPl'LAIl PRICES. 33c to 91.00. OIIATS NOW ON KALI
Hello, Friends ! Let Us Introduce to Yon
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Prrseatlas; a new two-aet Musleat Travesty called
3S New Marina Sob Hits 35
54 People Aa All-star Cast
Aad the favorite comedian .as Snuff)'.
Next Week - The Crackerjacks
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New National Theatre
SUNDAY, DEC. 8th, 1912, 8:15 P. M.
Miss MARIE KAISEH. nt Wew Yurk,
Mr. JOSF.IMI WIIITTKMUHE,
Mr. AIIMANH UUMPIIEUIIT, Director.
Tickets at Srn Nntlonnl 'Tliratru
C OI.L.MIIIA TIIUATint
, llrlnrlch llanuner. Cimdncilor
FIRST CONCERT TUBS. DEC. 10
Charles Trowbridge Tlttman.
Tlckftr. II, "Ki' lot.; uiij He, now on
mli at T. Arthur Hmltli's. 13J7 I' si,
Buliscrlbers will iilcuw mil lor tholr
season tickets bofaro dsto o( tlrtt concert.
Dec. 9, 4t30
Prices: I! 10. IS,
II SO. II 00. Uux
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