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THE WASHINGTON TIMIJS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913.
WILL HOLD BOARDS
Elliott and Belasco Combine to
Produce Greatest of Ameri
David Belasco trill make his second
Production of the season at the New
National Theater next week, this time
in conjunction with "William Elliott.
"When they will bring to "Washington
"The Governor's Lady," which has been
Called as the great American play and
which comes to this city direct from
Its Ave months run at the Republic
Theater in New York. The cast and
Production will be In every respect
eiactljr the same as during the New
York run, and will bo one of the largest
and heaviest dramatic productions in
"The Governor's Lady" will be seen
In this -city In every detail Just as It
wa presented In New York, and when
it Is understood that no detail Is ever
overlooked In this production, some Idea
of Its magnitude may be gained.
The play, by Alice Bradley, Is in three
acts with an epilogue In Child's Restau
rant, the last act particularly being a
marvel In Belasco's stage craft. No
play of recent years has excited the
comment nor has caused more wonder
ing admiration than "The Governor's
,X-ady," which. In Its almost phonogra
phic detail. Is aage out of the life of
many of the successful men of today.
The casting of the play Is another of
Belasco's masterpieces, and in it will
be seen Errimett Corlgan, Emma Dunn,
Gladys Hanson, Teresa Maxwell-Con o
ver. Milton Sills. Star King "Walker,
"William H. Cooper and more than thirty
George Primrose and Lew Dockstader.
than whom there are no better known
figures In mlnstrelay,"and who are to
gether again this sason .after a separa
tion of ten years, will bring to "Washing
ton the first minstrel show of the sea
son next Tuesday, when they begin an
engagement at the Belasco Theater to
extend through the week, with the cus
tomary matinee performances on "Wed
nesday -and Saturday.
, Primrose and Dockstader are said
to have surrounded themselves this sea
son with an exceptionally talented com
pany of minstrel artists singers, danc
ers. Instrumentalists, and lunmakers.
"While Mr. primrose contributes some of
his famous dancing to the entertain
ment; and Mr. Dockstader offers some
of his typical witticisms, the two stars
are by no means the whole show.
There are the Musical Brown Broth
ers, a sextet of Instrumentalists and
pantomimic comedians; the Four Har
monists, a splendid vocal organization;
Raymond Wylle, the male soprano;
Johnny Murphy and Johnny Foley, a
. duo of exceptionally clever dancers;
Happy Jack Lambert, a natural come
dian and songster, and many more.
Of course. Primrose and Dockstader
give a parade. Each-ay of their en
gagement; at noontime, the fifty min
strels. In fashion-plate attire, will be
seen upon the streets with the veteran
stars at their head.
Harry Lauder will make his appear
ance at the Belasco next Monday after
noon and night, bearing the honors of
having been one of the few selected to
appear before King George and Queen
Mary at the recent command nerform
ance given at the palace Theater, Lon
don. Lauder Is now on his fifth tour
of the United States under the direction
of "William Morris, and will go to the
Pacific coast .before returning to Eng
land. He has a number of new songs in
his repertoire, and a supporting com
pany of American and English artists.
Chauncey Olcott, foremost exponent
of Irish character parts In this coun
try, will be seen next week at the
Columbia Theater In his new play, "The
Isle o' Dreams," by Rlda Johnson
Young. The class of dramas presented
by Mr. Olcott in the past have won
encomiums from theatergoers all over
the country, and It goes without say
ing that the latest addition to his rep
ertoire is Just as charming and Inter
esting as any he has yet presented.
The period In which Mrs. Young has
laid her story Is the same as that In
which Charles Lever, "William Maxwell,
and other of the Irish novelists sought
their material, and is a field which ha:
not been entered by any novelist or
playwright for some years. "The Isle o
Dreams," therefore, is a distinct nov
elty In the dramatic field, which will
be welcomed by all who are fond of
the dashing Irishman of the eighteenth
century. Mr. Olcott has written a cycle
of new songs to fit the piece, "The
Isle o Dreams." "When Irish Eyes Are
Smiling," "Kathleen Aroon," and
"Mother Machree" The production.
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Phone Main 2858
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which has been built under the per
sonal direction of Henry Miller, Is un
Chase's next week will offer a magni
ficent stellar bill of foreign and Ameri
can novelties headed by Taylor Gran
ville and Laura plerpont In the "Wash
ington premiere of "The System," the
most massive production ever attemDt-
ed in vaudeville. There are twenty-five !
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play, and the plot concerns the ebb and
flow o undercurrents of New York life.
The extra added attraction will be Flsa
Rueggcr, the Belgian virtuoso, formerly
oololst with the New York Philhar
monic, the New York Symphony, the
Boston Symphony, and the Thomas
orchestras. She will be assisted by her
personal conductor, Edmund Lichten
steln, of the Conservatoire Royale de
Muslque of Brussels, and lately of the
famous Kelm Orchestra of Munich.
Fresh from the metropolis will come
PaP Norton, late of the Four Mortons,
and dainty Naomi Glass In their new
and tuneful al fresco musical comedy,
"MV LadV Of thft TJllTlrrfllnTr AnnhAM
exceptional inclusion will be the stellar
players, Hal Davis. Inez Maraulev nnrf
comnanv in tha nn.i nrmA. nw ,-,.
From ch ds" "Wheek-r Eari and Vera
Curtis will re-enforce the funmakers
with their laughable skit. "The Girl at:d
the Drummer." The Rexos will present
their skating accomplishments and In
troduce a tunnel sensation. The pipe
organ recitals will be given at 1:30, 7:30,
ineaiergoers of this city will be
offered a treat when "The Traveling
Salesman." James Forbes' latest com
edy, comes to the Academy next Mon
day evening for a week's engagement.
The story of this laugh-producing
play revolves around the life of a typi
cal American "drummer" on the road".
The character, which is followed
through four acts of. humorous adven
ture, is Bob Blake. Interpreted by Karl
Hewitt, a most capable actor with a
well developed sense of humor. The
part of the heroine, with whom Bob
Blake falls In love at first sight. Is
played by Vera "Wadsworth an exceed
ingly pretty ana talented actress.
There are numerous 'other characters
incidental to life In a" small village,
where the scenes of the play are laid,
which are so true to nature that they
will be recognized Instantly by anyone
who has ever spent a. day In a small
town. The second act discloses a. poker
game In progress In a room of the
small town hotel, and this is one of
the funniest of the play.
"With the announcement that the Pop
ular Poll Players will return to Wash
ington within the next three weeks,
there comes also the promise from tha
management of the big Avenue theater
that .the final weeks of the vaudeville
season will be the most brilliant of
In proof of this statement there will
be presented next week an exception
al bill of ten big-feature acts and more
than 4,000 feer of special motion pic
ture films. In celebration of what will
be termed "Mardl Gras" week. Just as
the blir amusempnt rnrta nM, a
Coney Island hold high festival at the
close of eyery season.
The acts will be announced in Sun
day's issue of The Times.
Josef Stransky's unusual ability as the
leader of a great orchestra Is making
itself felt in the work of the popular
Philharmonic Society of New York,
which will be heard at the New Nation
al Theater next Tuesday afternoon.
January a, at 4:30 o'clock, on which
occasion the most popular of contraltos.
Madame Schumann-Helnk. will be the
soloist of the occasion.
Although the Philharmonic, with its
eighty odd selected musicians, is now
In the seventy-first year of its exist
ence, it was only two seasons ago that
It made its first appearance In this city
and its Jump Into popular favor has
oeen one or me most notaDle accom
plishments in local history.
irin lu hiM in ih.nv.rtn fmm'Th. I
ror me coming concert .the orchestra
Flying Dutchman." Wagner; In "Peer
uynv uie Grelg suite; and In Tschal
kowsky's Symphony No. 6 in E minor,
while the numbers assigned to Madame
Schumann-llelnk are the aria "Pene
lope" from "Odysseus;" "The Erl
KlnirT" Schubert's "Death and the
ilalden," and "Wagner's "Dreams."
Good music and comedy is promised
at the Lyceum Theater next week, be
ginning with the matinee on Monday,
January 20, when Morris "Wainstock's
"Jardln de Paris Girls," make their
appearance. The entertainment offers
a well-costumed troupe of beautiful
gins ana clever comedians.
Leo Stevens, Joe Madden, and Tom
joian are three or the laugh producers,
while the two-act musical comedy
which comprises the first act Includes
Stella Gllmore and Ldla Jespy.
The management will present an im
. usually good olio, including the Mack
Trio, Living Art Studies, and Delia
Faytelle. Chorus and music are said
to be above the ordinary'.
An original two-act musical farce
called "The Love Rose," will be the
attraction at the Gayety next week
when the Columbia Burlesquers pay
their first visit to "Washington this
season. The company Is under the
management of John G. Jertnon. who
has sent some of the most elaborate
entertainments of the year to the Gay
ety. The Columbia Burlesquers are
paid to be his stellar organization. The
leading feminine role is in the hands
of Fannie VeIder, who will be as
sisted by a large and well-drilled com
pany with such principals as Marion
Campbell, Mile. Flurede, and Abe
"A Hunter's Game." which will be
presented by Frank Stafford and com
pany, at the Cosmos Theater next week.
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Special attention given to
Prophylactic Treatments and
the Science of Oral Hygiene.
I have made a special study
of teeth regulation (ortho
dontia) by quick, safe and
easy methods. Prices very
with beautiful scenic effects In which
dogs are featured In statuesque poses.
Is described as a beautiful love story.
It will be the leading attraction In a
bill of diversified vaudeville offerings.
Mueller and, Mueller, exponents of
"rantlme de luxe," will "furnish a novel
feature; Franklin and Franklin, a duo
logue of song and story; Miles and
Miles, English comedy acrobats, a
"barrel" offering of a unique athletic
J type; Von Dell, the musical Imperson
ator, a series of meioaictsiieicncs, ana
dainty uot uurtis, an onenng in wnicu
a pleasing personality is an important
reature. The Patne weeniy iteview
will head a series of selected and en
tertaining film features.
"Powers' Famous Elephants" will be
the main attraction in a bill at the
Casino Theater next week -which prom
ises an overflow of mirth, melody and
musical merit. The funniest sketch In
years Is promised In "The Lady and the
Lunatic," by McGrath, Yeoman & Co.;
a roller skate novelty with song and
dance accompaniment, 'by the El Rae
Sisters; a bright pianologue, by Nick
i and Lydia; "rags" on the piano ac-
cordlon. by Restivo, and a unique fea
ture of the laugh-maning variety, by
"Skinny" La Mont, "the human hali
pln." The motion photoplays will be
of the usual Casino standard.
Few travel lecturers have jumped In
to popular favor more rapidly than E.
M. Newman, who will give the second
or his course of travel talks at the Co
lumMa Theater Sundau evening and
Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, and
none have been more deserving In their
claims for recognition. His talk on
Sunday and Monday will be upon rural
France, with Normandy and Brittany
as the scene of his travels. Not-only Is
this territory little known to the gen
eral traveler, but It Is In one of the
most beautiful sections of all Europe.
Little Girl's Kiss
Causes Taft Trouble
Phyllis "Wistrandj a four-year-old girl
from "Wyoming, kissed the President
by appointment Saturday and 'thereby
did she introduce turmoil into the calm
atmosphere of the Executive offices.
Each day since some fond mother has
brought her little daughter, and in one
Instance, her little son, to the "White
House to obtain permission for her or
him to kiss the President.
The President of the United States is
a fairly busy man and his name in not
Richmond Pearson Hobson. Conse
quently mean's have been required to
keep the osculatory youngsters away
.from the President.
The whole burden has fallen on the
shoulders of "Pat" MacKenna, the good
natured doorkeeper, who knows the
names of half the persons .in the United
States and the faces of the other half.
"The President Is busy."
"The President Is holding an Import
"The President has left the office for
These and a dozen other excuses has
MacKenna been driven to offer to the
fond parents who wish to have their
children nlant a kiss on the Presidential
face, thereafter" to be constantly re
minded of it during their tender youth
and to hand down to posterity their
momentary contact with embodied
The little romancer from "Wyoming
had cried about her Inability to demon
strate her affection for the President
and on an urgent plea from her mother
was allowed to see President Taft.
TWna.1.., trs ltapnlTniiii', vAaa Mil.,, .nnn
of the later applicants have succeeded I
, ..1.1... .1 tl...MAnt m . 4..A.A .. '
in rCtttlllliS me t Itamutu a puraia Wl-
The "White House doorkeeper has no
snap In the way of a Job. it is about
as unlike a sinecure as the busy bee's
rfailv mission. To have added to his
I troubles the urgent nleas of Insistent
parents is loo iiiuuu, wucn.rivsiueuL.
Tnft lea vps tomorrow for' a" four-day
trip 11 Will UrillK HIUWI-HCCUCU IllC&a
One excuse will ward oft all comers:
"Ths President Is not In "Washington."
Railroad Is Ordered
Not to Lease Mills
Peremptory order to the Pennsyl
vania railroad to quit paying what
amounts practically to a rebate was Is
sued yesterday by the Interstate Com
merce Commission. According to the
order the Pennsylvania owns a grain
elevator which It leases to the Key
stone Elevator and Grain Company, of
which L. S. Miller & Son, grain dealers,
are the principal stockholders. The
complaint filed with the Commission
charged that the Pennsylvania, by pay
ing the Keystone company an allowance
for elevation and storage charges on
the Keystone company's own grain
conferred a boon on the Keystone com
pany, otherwise lllller & Son, which
other grain dealers in Philadelphia do
Printing Public Papers
More than $G,GGO,000 annually Is spent
by the Tinlted States in printing papers
and books for the use of the public, ac
cording to August Donath, superintend
ent of public documents, in a lecture
in the children's department of the Pub
lic Library last night. Robert A.
Church described a number of library
collections In the United States navy.
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Phone Main 2858
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ones, that fit, up from
Crowns, porcelain or
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Porcelain or Gold Bridges, X
per tooth, X
S3, $4 and $5. J
Fillings, 50c, 75c and $1.00,
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Phone Main 2858
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GOOD OLD SCOTCH
OVER THE WOMEN
St. Andrew's Society Decidesto
"Go It Stag" at Annual Ban
quet on Bums' Birthday.
"A woman is only a woman, but
good old Scotch is a drink." Mem
bers, of St. Andrew's Soclctty won't say
in so many words that these are their
sentiments, out tneir vote ror a stag
banquet speaks louder than words.
The organization had In mind a
mixed dinner at which there should be
no "we nlo V the auld Scutch." but
as most of the members dinna can see
this Idea, they have voted that tho
annua dinner January "5 Bobbie
Burns" birthday anniversary, ye ken
snail be for men only. Moreover there
will be plenty of Scutch whuska, hag
gis, cakes Immortalized by Burns, and
other Scotch delicacies not frequently
consumed In this country.
Harry Lauder, the Scotch comedian,
will entertain with his bewitching songs
entitled. "There's a Wee Drap In the
Bottle for th' Mornln'," and "I'm Fu'
the Noo." Andrew Carnegie, steel
King and Laird of Sklbo, will probab
ly be at the banquet which will be
held In RAUscher's, and Ambassador
James Bryce is "also expectedtb' attend.
The table decorations will be of
heather, direct from the "bonnle, bon1'
nle banks of Loch Lomond." There
OK ACCOUNT OF FOUL BBEATII
THEN BEAD BELOTT.
aTy, Mjl What Breath! Tfaj
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If youv"c6ntlriuallykhwlc and spit:
and there Is a constant dripping 'from
the nose Into the mouth, if you have
foul, disgusting breath, you have Ca
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All you need to do is simply this: Fill.
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Don't doubt, don't argue! You have
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doing as I tell you. I want no money
just your name and address.
This coupon U good for one trial pack
are of Gauss' Combined Catarrh Cure,
mailed free. In plain package. Simply nllv
In your name and addres on dotted lines
bcloir and mall to
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Every woman's heart responds to
the charm and sweetness of a ba
by's voice, because nature Intended
her for motherhood. But even tha
loving nature of a mother shrinks
from the ordeal of suffering and
danger. Women who use Mother's
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will be plenty of tho Hltlnsr sornrs
Burns and other Scotch poets and last
but not least there will be Scotch
"WHISKY and NO" ladles.
But In order not to appear less
chivalrous than their aln Bobby Burn;,
the 8L Andrew's members pan to hold
a ladies' night In February, when mem
bers' wives and sweethearts wiU be the
guests of honor and there will be no
President Galllher, himself a tee
totaler, has been opposed to the stair.
banquet plan, but Is .heartily In accord
with the ladles- night, and Is working
to make the affair so much of a. suc
cess that-there will be no fcellngamong
the guests that "a woman Is only a
woman, but good-, old Scotch is
You don't want a slow-remedy, when your stomach Is bad or an un
certain one or a'harmful one your' stomach is too valuable; you mustn't
Injure It wlth;drastlc-vdrugs. ' Jl.
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Get Your Business Established Here Before This Great Event
From nearly all offices at the front or either side an unob
structed view can be had of the Inaugural Parade and the many
other demonstrations frequent on "The Avenue."
The Munsey Building is the handsomest, most modern, most
thoroughly equipped, lightest, best ventilated office building on the
most famous avenue in the United States Pennsylvania Avenue
radiating from the Nation's Capitol to the commercial center of
It is constructed of white marble and reinforced steel, thus
affording proof against fire. The corridor is of beautiful colored
marble and the floor of mosaic.
All night elevator service with courteous, uniformed attendants. '
All rooms are outside rooms, light and cheerful; well heated
in winter and open to the cooling breezes in summer.
The Munsey Building is in the midst of the newspaper section.
It is near all the leading hotels, stores, financial district, theaters, and
Government buildings. In short, it is at the very heart of the Dis
trict's business and all street car systems.
Young businesses can gain prestige by locating here and the
variety. of businesses now established in the building is so great that
many of your needs can be supplied right on the premises.
A few choice rooms are yet available at rentals which are the
lowest in Washington location, facilities and service considered.
"Everybody Knows Where the Mansey Building Is"
Renting Office: Room
Rival With Colonizing
Charging that 2,500 non-residents voted
for his opponent, Franklin Leonard, Jr.,
Democratl2,cand!date for Congress from
the Nineteenth New York district, pro
tested yesterday the election of "Walter
M. Chandler, the Progressive and Inde
pendence League candidate. He charged
that E00. legal ballots for him were
thrown out and that Chandler violated
the law limiting the expenses of candi
dates. , "
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Evening Se ; to i fl.60; Seata Now:
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Mata. All SeaU Sa,
MATS. TUES THCRS. & SAT.
In HU Xew Irian Moilcal ComtOr.
Hear Daly Stat the New .Soni of OU
Neat Wreh.Tne Traveling Salesman.
ttorz oeauuiui xneatra m Ameaca-.
Attraction Equaling the C Theatre.
Dally Mata.. Sc Evea.. 3B.S0.aa4.I-
urana utn Annlrenarr am.
Late Stcr "Mme. Sana Gene"
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ThU -Week IJLLIAJf SBK7. tho great
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smallest comedian; and Ova -other big acta.
MARDr GPAS CELEBRATION'.
And 4,000 Feet ot Special
Motion Picture, FUtnaC
TOLI COXCERT SDNDA-r MGUT.
Tha show tns Boys uavi
Tha Show the Box Have Been "Waiting TWj
Headed by ZALLAH tho Marvelona Dancer-.
And a Clever. Company, tn 'Two-lively
FTUDAT NIGHT THE COCNTRT STORK.
Next "Week IARDIN DB PARIS OntlA .
Tvto PerforauiBCs Sally liy
GORDON & NORTH'S Newest' Success.
The World of Pltasurt
WILL FOX & KARRY MARKS STEWART.
Naxt Week tThe Columbia. Burlesquers.
i U-V"W Every Thnra. & Sat. Jtva,
Kul Rifles Armonr. Contlnuana dancia t-tL
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