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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912.
Ajrjthb,' Features ,bf Former
. Years .Retained in
Twtnty-flve) years ago "The Old
Homestead" playing at the Columbia
Theater thli weak, with Bdward L.
Bnader aa Joshua Whltcomb, was con
sidered a One a type ot play as could
be wished for. and was also considered
quite seriously by dramatists: Indeed.
It waa representative of the hlgheat
type of old fashioned melodrama.
Although differing greatly from the
modern drama, with all of the stage
appliances which have so helped to en
hance the reality of the footlights. "The
Old Homestead" Is still playlnic to welt
Oiled houses, and when one considers
the present average llfo of a play,
twenty years. It almost allows th; old
fashioned Idyl of country llfo and city
falseness a Pisco In the galaxy ot clas
sic. True American Type.
Joshua Whltcomb. Indeed, stands for
representative American type fast
disappearing, and It Is both a duty and
a pleasure to keep alive in the minds
of ya younger generation that standard
of honesty and simplicity of which
Uncle .Josh .Is. the highest exponent. In
the character of the old New Hamp
shire farmer. Edward U. Bnadcr proves
himself worthy of tne mantle, of Den
man Thompson, and moro than very
worldly looking, skeptical person would
catch himself listening eagerly to tho
botJMly .wit and kindly philosophy of
Uncle Josh. . . .
Happy jack (Fred Clare), Rickety
Ann Mlnnle Btansll). Eb Oaniey (Percy
Matson). Aunt Matilda (Moggie Brcyer).
and others, are excellently played. Cy
Prime ahd1 Beth Perkins. Played by
Charles Beagrave and Charles Clark,
respectively, are the same old cronies
and crack the same old Jokes, but tney
manage to get the same old laughs just
. , Double Quartet Scores.
Mot a little of the enjoyment of the
plajr can bo attributed to the music
furnished by the double quartet, which
Includes, Richard nose, Charles Ingolds.
by E. P. Cochran, Ous Kammorlee,
Fred Clare, Will Raymond, Percy Mat
aon unit William Hrandt.
Last night's performance was of un
usual interest because of the large num
ber who bought tneir nonets wim me
AT THE BELASCQ
Sothern and Marlowe Give
of Famous Comedy.
The Taming of the 8hrew." pre
aented last night before a large audi
enco at tho Bclaaco Theater, waa one of
tho most entertaining and clever! acte-l
plays of the Botheni and Marlowe
Shakespearean repertoire. Miss Morlowo,
as Kalherlne. the shrew, waa especially
good last night. The part at llrst seems
a little harsh, a title uncoun tor ner
charming manner, but it develops grad
ually into a pleasing comoinauon,
where Mies Marlowe is at her best.
Her portrayal of the Ill-tempered
Ka'herln waa artistic .from the mo
ment qf her flrst angry outbursts to
the conclusion of her "rbformntlon" tt
the hands of her husband. Bho Wfi
antArlnlnltiP nt all tlmp
Mr. Bothern, as Petruuhlo, tamer of
the shrew, was a billUsnt success. His
braggadocio. -his slave-driving attitude,
his bluster, and his humor made him
an Incompurable petrucnio. tor wnom
the audience) shewed a warm apprecla-
Tlio entlro presentation was bright,
clever and entertaining. The only poa
slblo Incongruity the part of Miss Mar
lowo us the ill-tempered shrew disap
peared with her splendid Interpretation,
which at no time overstepped tho mark.
In tho closing scenes she was more
natural, and hence more charming.
Miss Helen Blnger played.. well tho
Sart of nunca. sister or katherlne.
inn of tho minor parts, particularly
amusing and cleverlv taken was drum
to, servant to Pctruchlo. portrayed by
Tkn .ttiAr tiplnrlnnla were: IlSDtUlta.
William Harris; Vlncentlo. Mllano Til
den: Lucentlo. Frederick Lewis; Hor
tenslo and Qremio. Thomas Coleman
and J. Hayre Crawley, .respectively:
Tran!o and Blondello. Lurk Taylor and
Bid tie v Mather, respectively. , t
"The Merchant of Venice" la the Play
Hats," In which the action centers
about the fact that three principal char
actera am mixed In identity through
wearing similar headgear. .Plenty of ya.
rlety wns furnished by tl comedians.
The closing number. The Trial of Mile.
Fin." contained considerable slapstick
comedy which Just missed being tire
fume, but waa saved by the Interjection
of a number of snappy songs y the
principals. Pauline Hobson did some
umisuallv pretty ringing irrthls act. and
Oladys Bears gave a bewitching dance
rrndeled after the latest tharacter dance
n the olio Watson and Bandy showed
cleverness with their feet. Harris and
Letford provided god entertainment
with different Instruments and Gladys
Hears kept the audience In an expectant
mood at all times.
With the best singing chorus heard nt
the Oayety this season, and with Dave
Marion In his familiar role of Snuffy,
the cabman, the Dreamland burlesquers
yesterday opened a week's engagement
at the Ninth street thater. Marlon's
offering this season Is entitled "Pousse
Cafe," In two acts and four scenes.
More than twenty original musical num.
bcr aro given during the entertainment.
Aside from Marlon, the most talented
member of the company Is Ines do Ver
dler. whose singing and dancing Is
ilever. Other lesdlng members of tho
company nre Agnes Behler. rtoslo
Davis, William Lawrence and Mart
Thompson. Specialties were Introduced
by the Symphony Four and Lawrence
BILL AT CHASE'S.
. PLACES RAY COX
AS THE TOPL
Rooney and Bent, and Mrs.
Louis James Also Appear
RAZED TO MAKE WAY
TO BE ENTERTAINED
Testimonial by Suburb's Citiiens
Set for Decem
About Structure, Oldest
in the Town.
The date for presentation of the tes-
ClUBtered ' "monlel by residents of Petworth 'to
members of thn fire Himninv there lias
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been set for December M. Invitations
are to be extended to the Commission
ers, Chief Wagner and staff, the bat
talion chiefs and many prominent citiiens.
Featuring Ray Cox. a vaudeville fa- . HOCKVILLE, Md., Dec. w.-Hunger-
vorlte in Washington, and recently a ' 'rd Tavern. RockViiies oiaest ounu
leading member of "Tho Chrlty airV' , , ft? anofteVbuild;
company, "the bill being presented at niJi Tro oI( tructuro waa purchased
Chase's homo of polite vaudeville la well recently b Col. Bpencer C. Jones from
t..i.... ... AM..iMinff Ml,, rnv ' Mlaa f.npv ltuaself. of Washington. Ill
now carrle. her own pl.no accompanist, j S.&n'h0?rtaES abouV back lmo '
the old building, mucn or wnicu, now
ever, was disputed,
To Try OH Fuel.
BELFAST. Dec. lO.-Crudo oil will be
used as fuel for one boiler, as an ex
periment when tho White Btar liner
Olympic, now belne- remodeled, la put
Department Makes Report
Naval Vessels Under Con
The eight-hour law under which
American naval vessels are now being-constructed
has caused: an increasa
In the cot of building, according to the
annual -report of the Bureau of Con-
. AMUSEMENTS A
aaSWlSJamsM M7w.i. tu
' Mats. Wed. aad M.
In IM Musical cemedy ef (he Mart!
WITH uiu mrtntMtm iftrvwm .
Finest Slngtag, Denting. Luiklne Chorus In
10 WkjatJeakfau HsSaitsf ,
THE PINK LADY
.ALL TUCORIOINAIi PAVORITBa.
irucuon ana Repair Naw Dem
ment. Tho average cost Per ton of dls!
placement of 'eight battleships built'
thereby contributing the entire price of
me licaei 10 ine oi. nivnuiitB uin o
m..k-. H&nKl.. In Th. Tim....
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Fund for Christmas nlfu for the poor
children of Washington. Instead of the
regular ushers, some of the members
of the Sigma Lambda Sorority lent
their services. Tonight's performance
will also be a benefit for tno fund.
Gladys Sears was easily the all round
star at the Lyceum at the weekly open
ing, both as to tinging and dancing.
J. Theodore Murphy was a close second
as tin entertainer, and Pauline Hobson
sang a number of songs In a clever
manner. Nellie Montrose and Lilly
Crawford deserve special mention for
a number of pretty eongs and dances
and 8am- Ward, Churles Letford,
Charles O. Harris, Sam Watson and
Kddle llumly furnished mueli gayety.
In the opening act. "Three Brown
A good bill ot varied vaudeville Is pre
sented at the Cosmos Theater thli wtek.
There is not a dull number In the list,
but each Is of tho unusual type and
Irene Hobson and her company. In the
little romedv. "A Business Proposal."
Went her blr audiences In continual
laughter yesterday af ternoon and even- title,
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lllg Wlkll WHO Ul ... v.-. -'- ...-.-
sketches of the season. Tho rour Lu
bins haye a good dancing number, and
are, perhaps, among the beet clog dan
cers ever seen In Washington. Morrcll
and Jaeger please with operatic selec
tlons and then make their audiences
laugh In an offering pf fong comedy.
The Two Musical Maids are personally
attractive and delightful entertainers
with tneir vionn ana piano, up ui
them has a fine voice, which she uses
to gooa eneci.
and Instead of her former Dixieland
songs she has four numbers appropriate
ly costumed as follows: "Tho Journal,"
"The Derelict Cook's Tourist," "You
Know -What Bhe Expected and You
Bee What Bho Got." and "Her Klrbt
Trip In An Aeroplane." The latter la
an amusing offering In which she ap
pears to ba riding high In the air de
picting 'the various sensations experi
enced by a novice through facial cuti-
For sncctacular activity and amaslng
energy the troupe of Bedouin Araos,
arc marvels, und their act was vocifer
ously applauded at the performances of
yesterday afternoon und last night.
Mrs. Louis James, assisted by Helen
Wllinn mn.l Klttood llostwlck. presents
In comedy with th triangular plot, en
titled "Holding a Husband." It Is h
The Three Bohemians, artists -with the
wlniin harn.sultmr. and olano-accord
ion. received an ovation on their ap.
er little akftch, and well acted.
t.a RnAtiffv and Marian llent return
for their annual stay at Chaao's, again
presenting their sketch. "At tho
viiiiinii." Tin. almlnc and dancing
of this pulr alwajM recMves n warm
reception from their Washington
friends. In closlnc theli Jet tloonev
and Bent mid u third mimber to their
company In tho peison of one Of tho
m irnw. uhono face has long been
familiar to Chaao audiences. It was u
decided hit. L . . ,
George Wilson, the veteran minstrel
Inns famous for Ills "Waltz Mo Again
George," gives his monologue on up-to-the-mlnuto
topics In Ills old. familiar
and Incomparable way. Bon Linn is
inor to tne niuun or thin law. 'waa
)183; the average cost under eight-hour
Nineteen new war vessels. Including
two first-class battleships four torpedo
destroyers, three colliers,' and 'sis sub
marires. were launched between June
3ri. 191:, and October 30. this year.
The renalr bill of the navy last year
was t2.i2,7M. Survey were made ot
117 vessels requiring 'repairs.
George Asldns, colored, Is In Jail hero
charged with on assault upon, with
Intent to kill, his wife. Oeorglanni
Aeklna. Tho woman was shot In the
arm with a shotgun, and Is In a seri
ous condition. The shooting occurred
near Bronkevllle, this county.
Tho county public school commission
ers have announced the appointment
of Miss lloucrtn Hlgglni and Miss
Whltrford as assistant teachers In the
public schools at Germantown and
Chevv Chase, respectively. Miss White
ford takes the place of Miss Hsnnah
Jones, resigned, und the appointment
of Miss Hlgglni wns made necessary
by tho Imicnsed attendance of pupils.
Lecture Is Delayed.
me lecture scheduled for tonight
by Dr. Kdward A. Pace, or tlio Catholic
University at Carroll Hall, hue been
postponed to Thureday night berause
the doctor has been tailed out of the
nlea.thJom.dWy,,m.keprnerfu,rrn; , much weight and in the last oh ..four
body loves a fat man.
Tho Shillings complete the vaudeville
portion of the program with some dar
ing feats In sharpsliootlng. The ani
mated weekly features l"dilln toy and
his family at their summer home In
Yonkers. The pipe organ and orchestra
recitals are popular features ot the
A New Rembrandt.
LONDON. Dec. 10 Rembrandt's "Bt.
Bartholemew," sold to Henry Goldman,
an American, was a hitherto unrecorded
picture and experta say It was never exhibited.
lsh. a good musical number, one or
Hie big reaiures or me diii u.
Btarneros. In a spinning act showing
remarkable dexterity. The. Pathe week
ly review shows more ot the Balkan
Lecture for Blind.
Dr. E. a Korman will deliver a lee
ti re to the blind of Washington hi
afternoon at 2:10 o'clock in the Li
brary of Congress on "The Men
ssgo." On KrlOay evening at 8 o'clock
it lnusicslc will bo given for the blind In
tho Library. Inwhlcli Miss Viola
Schlppert will sing.
A REAL AID FOR
Slrolln Will Help Those SuBertnj
froB Lunr Disease.
mads for lh new HwlM Lunc llemedy. Ktrn.
lin. hv thon remoMlbla for Its Importation
Into this country, but It Is atsadlfy solng
shaft, dally adding to Its long hit ot sue
rilrolln u rupablft or checking thr growth
of the Tub.rrlr Hacllll. becauK It Imprmei
the appcttt. bullda up the i)stem grncrsllv.
sn1 enhances the protective sscnu vt the
Htrolln la nnt a acret prepsratlon. and any
ona's phialclsn can rcalve mil Information
bout It from th 8lrolln Co . ZZ Wrirt tlruail
way. Naw York C'lt Jam.a O'Dnnnell. Ml
V at. N. W.. 301 rcnnsthanla sve. P. K :
Hiker : Baseman. IOCS K at. N. W.. and alt
Icaillng itrusslata are dlatrlbutlng htrolln
lth eonalderabla succeta.
Fine Remedy for
A Backward Child
Continue It for only a brief period
aad the good results '
will surprise jog.
A low stata of the general health Is
now the accepted cause of the backward
ness In cnlldrcn. Bo In the case of a
backward child It Is best to look tow
ards building up Its health. It will us
ually be round that the main trouble
Is In the food, In lack ot assimilation
and digestion. Ileum care should bu
taken In the kind of food given to tho
chili). Thin, nlth plenty of ulr and ex
erclHf, rhould bring about a change for
Watch the conditions of the bouels,
to Hutu whether the waste Is being
Eussed off or not, or whether It Is
elng passed too freely. If either
condition prevails ghc a small dose ot
that K-ntUat of all laxative-tonics, Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Thousands
of mothers will testify to thn wonders
It has wrought In the lives of their
own children, and for that reason le
gions of families like those of Mrs
William Klvldgr, mother of Master
KlvMgv, I-'acturyvllle, Pa., and Mrs. J.
Mealy. 2011 Celeraln Ave., Cincinnati,
O., am never without It In the house.
It Is pleasant to the taste and so per
fectly sate that It Is given to Infanta,
and yet is equally effective for grown
neoDle. All drucsrlsts cell It and thn
price Is only fifty cents and ono dollar
a Dottle, tne latter tor 'amines wno
need It regularly.
riyrup repaln nss no equal aa a cure
lor constipation, tnaigestlon, bilious
ness, headaches', sour stomach, gus on
the stomach, liver trouble and kindred
comniulnts. It has so many advantaces
that those who once use it forever after
discard cathartics, salts, pills and other
eoarsu remedies, ror tney are seldom
Mil r. iwawal
Taalght at mil
Taara. aad .
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THE OLD ,UX
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and H. B. WARNER
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JIATINEE SATUItDAY ONLT
SOTHERN 4 MARLOWK
In HhalkatslPvaaaiSHaaa -aI a a
icbtth!" fri "Romeo and Jult.
'fr.; T.-Ki"'1 Night;". MtL Nlgfit
In Hblk.in.MM.. baKB..
et:" Hat. kiai.. "'T
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NBXT WBKK HBATB NOW-
MATINBttl WEDNESDAY SATURDAY
A comedy In threa sets, by KutherforS
entitled """ n"J'" Thiitar? Loadoo.
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advlsabje and should never be given to
If no member ot your family haa ever
used Syrup Pepsin and you would like
to make a personal trial ot It before
buying It in the regular way of a drug
gist, send your address a postal will
do-to Dr. W. I). Caldwell, 412 Wash
ington St.. Montlcello, III., and a tree
sample hottld will be mailed you. Re
sults are always guaranteed or money
will lie refunded.
A priest's adherence to the sacreduesj
ot the confessional and hls'keepl.ig of a
murderer's, secret, though the life of
hie brother was 'at stake for the crime,
Isvthe .themo of tTTho Confesslon.-ean
Interesting drama on the boards at the
Academy this week.
Josef Dunlot, a French Canadian, en
ters the etudy ot tho Rev. Patner Bart
leit, a parish, priest, announces to the.
clergyman that he wishes to make Ills
peace with his God, and conf.Skca 4o the
father that he is guilty of muider. U
Is not manv minutes later when Tom
Uartlett, tho priest's brother, rushes
Into the curate a study and excltculy de.
clares that ho Is suspected of muider
ing Jim crcignion, nis iwnceo s uruin
er. It Is Duniot's crime of which young
Dartlelt la suspected.
Duniot's mother having died In the
meantime, lie Imagines that her spirit
haunts him and Impela hlni to confess
the crime. Tho murderer is frlgntencd.
and for a tlmo determines to make a
clean breast before a court of law. He
realises when lie Is about to do this
that the sacrcdness of tho confession ho
made to the priest binds tho latter to
secrecy. When the duv of death arrives
for the man convicted of the murder,
the governor la obdurate and refuses
to, etay the execution. Dunlct, In tne
throes of death, confesses lust as the
law is about to take Its course.
George Meydtng, us Patsy Moran,
from the iJowery, furnishes the comic
lellef to the drama. Tho rust of the
vast is good. Paul Loucct, as the priest,
excites all the emotions coming from
the portrayal of such a character. Ma
thilda Deshon plays the part of tho
mother, and Woodford Ituv thut of
Judge Pcabody. Prank Cambello, us
the prosecuting attorney, ur.d Charles
H. Sanders, as C. II. Hlackbiiru attor
ney for thn detente, tiuih n their uurts
Will there be a Victrola in
your home this Christmas?
You can search the whole world over and not find another
that will bring so much pleasure to every member of the family.
$15 $25 40 $50
ICADEaty Ee.-2M360e. ,
s-vaawiafai Male .all aeatasv.
Matinees Tues., Thurs. and Saturday.
The Most Powerful Dramatic My In
l:V JAMES HALLECK KEID.
A Play That HUrtled All New Yurk.
Xelt Tyk-tllE WHITE SQUAW. ,
Most Beautiful Theatre In A me r tea.
Aitnictloaa. Equaling -.& S? Theatre.
lalltf Mat.. :& KV ' L Ko. at. Zio.
IN HEH COMIC tTYCLE OP TONGS.
MRS. LOUIS JAMES AND COMPANV
in "iioKiing a iiuaoana.- .,
Pat rteoney and Msrlm Dtnt. Oeorge
Wilton. Bober'sUUtdeulnAraba. c.
N.II UWk-"BriT RC'OIIT WEEK."
Tud Fisher &&&
' The Wtshlnsten Boy Scouts. aVe.
THE OIIEATEST VAUDEVIIXB IN
id, X and 90c Evenlnga, 10 and SOe Matlaeae.
MAB8HALI. P. WIUg
HOMES UNO e CM. .
In "THE OPERA SIN'OER." .
CHAtf. FAUtE 8EAMON. "The Narrow Pel
low' and Other Big Acts.
Elite Concert Ken Bunday.
Iarge audiences saw the hill at Poll's
yesterday. Marshall r. Wilder, who Is
billed as "Tho entertainer of princes and
the prince of entertainers.' wun uc
odrded tho ranking position among the
performers,' to judge by the uudlcnce's
enthusiasm. Ho has u number of new
Jokes and stories, which lie tells in a
Ktyle all his own, and ho kept the au
dience laughing from start to finish.
Charlca Falke Hemon, billed as "The
Narrow Fellow," made u decided hit
with his specialty of pluing a number
of freak Instruments. Homer I.ind,
late baritone with Hcnrv W. Havge's
"Parsirai," cnarmru mc auuieueo uitn
his voice. He preson.ted a musliul
playlet entitled, "The Opeui blnger."
Tne Uush Brotheia wero acrobatn or
a fuperlor class und their eomrdv work
was amusing. Mile, Alice Degarmo also
pleased the audience with her aerial
work. BUe was u small woman, und
greatly belied tho strength sho exhi
bited on several occasions.
Blssrtt und flcott were nimble dan
cers of decided merit and thoroughly
deserved the HiipMuso gicii them. In
their comedy farce entitled "11111 Kmltli
ere. Ilacheiur," Hol.irt Henrv Hodge
and company kept tho audience latigu
Ing for soma time, Hodgo played tho
part of a crabbed old bacntlur, und
did not oveido the part. He was ably
assisted by his company.
The Casino bill thin week shows u
marked lmprocment in iiuullty, each
one of tho six acts being of the spark
ling vaudeville type. Fannlo Pondeller
has a novelty that Is quite attractlvo
and Includes playing the lolln and
mandolin on a swinging wire and doing
A'feally comical us well as original
blackfaco act of the laughublo kind
Is presented by Howard and Walsh, and
number Illustrating musical eccentri
city, by Qrosjean und Maurier. who
play some verv difficult music on un
Johnnv Uush. a clever Juvenile, made
a great hit with the audlenceis yesterday
la aplendlrt Imitations or Harry Utudei.
th Ucotch character singer. Bllllc und
ICether Young, two voung women of nt
tractive personality, both sang and
danced, and thev were repeatedly en
cored. The stern Brothers, clever aero
bats, have a thrilling offering on tho
triple bars, and the moving pictures are
of the usual Casino standard.
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1300 G Street
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