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THE WASHLNCTON TIMES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1913.
, TWO BIG HOUSES
LAUGH WITH GLEE
AT Him LAUDER
Canny Little Scotchman De
lightful as Ever Singing
It is almost like criticising; Hamlet
to eay anything that has not been said,
and that is not alrcadj known, regard
ing the canny little Scotchman with the
Infectious smile who appeared in the
Belasco Theater yesterday afternoon,
and again last evening, before crowded
It was Harry Lauder, of course. Who
else could have filled the theater with
a. crowd like that composed, as it was,
of regular theatergoers and people who
never, or seldom ever, go to the theater
except when Harry Larder sings? If
one had the space, it would be an In
teresting study, this analysis of Harry
Lauder's audiences. Stern old Scotch
Presbyterians, with their wives, sit side
by side with the regular theatergoers,
and laugh at his funny quips, while they
look askance at some of the other at
tractions on the bill, especially the
whirlwind dancing numbers. They ad
mire Harry Lauder for tbev same reason
that thousands of persons all over the
United States admire the queer little
Scotchman, because they simply can't
help it, because his lilting songs and his
delightful humor are always fresh and
delightful, no matter though some of
his songs were so old that they were
as familiar to the audience as to the
lively little singer himself.
Lauder sang "She's the Lass for Me,"
and of course he sang "a Wee Doch
ind Doris," with the "braw bricht noon
light nicht, an you're all richt" chorus
which he persuaded some of the audi
ence to sing with him. and he gave two
tongs 'Without accompaniment, which
icrved still more fully to show the won
derful quality and magm-tism of his
voice, and he was recalled again and
again, and reluctantly everybody bade
him Eood-by at the end of his musical
altering, which was preceded by a vau
fleville program of excellence.
The first part of the show consisted
of acts by Arthur AstllL the whistling
cowbov; Velanche's football dogs, the
Six Musical Cuttys, Nana, the dancer,
and Carl Rosine. a magician and lllu
ilonlst. J. M.
PowerVEIephanta, an act which be
came .famous at the New York Hippo
drome, and which will return there
after the Washington engagement. Is
a big drawing feature of the Casino
Theater bill this week. The animals
are unusually large, but very docile,
and their various feats are performed
without guidance or command, and in a
way to Indicate remarkable intelligence.
McGrath and Yeoman have a sketch
of the uncanny order, entitled "The
Lady and the Lunatic," which is excel
lently played, and introduces momenta
of high dramatic Interest, notably in
the singing of the old song, "Ben Bolt."
Restlvo, an expert manipulator of the
plano-accordeon, plays his way quickly
into favor with his audience. His selec
tions embrace a wide variety, from the
rag to classic selections of real merit.
The Bt Rae Sisters are graceful roller
Skinny Lamont, "the human hairpin,"
teems constructed physically as well as
temperamentally for laugh-making pur
poses, and furnishes a strikingly ludi
crous feature of the bin. Nick and
Ljdla have a planoiogue that shows a
very pretty girl in handsome costumes,
and provides rollicking musical num
bers. The photoplays provide an im
portant part of the entertainment.
Imitations pt musical celebrities, of
I'rd ol tlic field and forest, and of the
rlolln and cornet, with a pretty little
romance and some unusual acrooatlc
features, make up the Cosmos Theater
bill thla week. Frank Stafford and com
sany present the delightful little plaj
let. "A Hunter's Game." with Its love
ilory. bird Imitations by Mr. Stafford,
ind beautiful hunting poses by tuo well
trained hunting do?s.
Von Dell, Impersonator of musl-al
lelebritles. Impersonates Kubellk. with
i violin number; Bohumlr Kryl. with a
hornet number; Augusle Van BIcne.
v. 1th a beautiful cello solo, and K. A.
Lefebre. the temos saxophonist, with a
splendid saxophone selection; lilies and
lilies have a comedy barrel jumping
ict that Is both laughable and trying
sn the nerves; Mueller and Mueller sing
refined songs In eventng dreBs; Frank
3n and Franklin oITcr a clog dancing
and song specialty, and Dorothy Curtis
rive remarkable Imitations of the
violin and cornet In several pleasing
The Pathe Weekly this week features
llie President' reception to the army
ind navy. President Taft's return from
Panama, the famous New Year parade
In Philadelphia, and Governor Wood
row Wilson's visit to Staunton. Va.
Western Senators Have
Nominees for Cabinet
Sena to -s Newlands of Nevada and
Chamberlain of Oregon made a pilgrim
age to Trenton yesterday to suggest
several names to Governor Wilson for
They went representing a group of
Itocky mountain Senators and suggested
the names or Governor Haw ley ot Ida
ho, Governor Xorrls of Montana. Joseph
Teale. of Portland, and Clay Tallman
of Neada. BIthcr of these men. they
urged, would make a good Secretary of
Caucus Names Watson
As Democratic Senator
According to word received from West
"Virginia, the Democrats of the legisla
ture there have named Senator C. W.
Watson as the caucus-nominee for the
This Insures the support of the Demo
crats of the legislature, but does not
settle the re-election of Watson, as
neither of the three parties has a ma
jority in the legislature. '
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li TYPICAL PLAY
OE LIEE IN ERIN
Comedian Is Obliged to Sing His
"Wild Irish Rose" Before
Chauncev Olcott Is In Washington
again. He is making his annual visit
to the Columbia, and is presenting the
latest vehicle for the exploitation of his
Celtic songs and the romance of the
Emerald Isle, called "The Isle o'
Dreams." It is the 1313 model of the j
standardized Olcott production, frag-
ranU melodious and humorous.
There are a few people In this nation
who have not vet heard Mr. Olcott sing
"My Wild Irish Rose." butthey could not
have been more Insistent than were the
hundreds who demanded their annual
encore of this perennial song last night.
Mr. Olcott will soon be comparing fig
ures with De Wolf Hopper as to the
relative number of times this melody
and "Cascv at the Bat" have been giv
en. The Irish comedian interpolated the
song in Ills felicitous curtain speech last
evening. He was rewarded with a huge
bouquet of roses. .-.,.,
Tifia inhnann Vnimir hrm provided me
"sweet singer" with a typical Olcott
comedy, the component elements being
a dashing Irlsn hero, me iair wiuiie
rvnnnn. an Emrlish colonel, and a
French spy. The Ingredients are more
or less shop-worn, perhaps, but an Ol
cott play is ever a law unto Itself, and
notlilnrr in it is permitted to become
trltP nr hackneyed. If Olcott ever
n'riao nf liiv nnntiniimia service as the
young Celtic Loch'nvar, with his heart
on his sleeve, It is certain ins puuuis
Hn.. Tint. h in onn nf the few staples
it, th thratrlcal market, one whose
r.r.miiorHtv wmus tn be unaffected by
the ebb and flow of the showman's busi
ness, and whose louowing is as iujui
aa thnt nf Mnude AdatnC
Mr. OlcotCs play is produced by Henry
Miller this teason. ana tne siagecraii.
of the latter is to be seen in many mav
ters of detail. He is surrounded by a
Miss Edith Brdwning plas the fair
Kathleen with a snap and dash that Is
nun. r-oitir- and Miss Amies Heron
Miller, daughter of Henry Miller, is cast
as Mona. an Irish girl of the hills with
wistful dreams to nil ner mina.
ivixn.i McFnrliin Is elven dignity
and grace j David Glassford. and
John Sheehan has a character part In
the role of Phelim O'Flynn.
The nerformance last evening was a
honpflt for the Northern Dispenary and
Emergency Hospital. The Columbia has
not held a larger auaience tnis ssason.
Leo Stevens. .11-around funny man,
and Lydia Jospy. mezzo-soprano, easily
are the stars at the Lyceum this week.
They are assisted by a competent corps
of minor principals and an unusually at
"The Jardln de Paris Girls" is the
name of the show. "A Mix-up at the
Seashore" and "The Tenderloin After
Dark," a burletta In one act and two
scenes, gave ample opportunity for dis
play of prettycpsturaes and graceful
dancing.' SlEvensf Joe Madden, Stella
GUmore, Delia.' "Faytellc. Tom Nolan.
Miss Jospy, "Helen Marvelle, and a lot
of others furnished a continuous round
A series of living pictures, reproduc
tions of famous paintings, posed by
members of the company proved a fea
ture. Miss Jospy possesses a mezzo
voice of pretty quality, and considerable
power. Her singing was a treat and
suggests greator things musically.
Helen' Marvelle and Edward and
James Tlerney gave an entertaining and
clever exhibition of clog dancing.
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li "TIE SYSTEM"
Shares the Applause Honors
With Elsa'Ruegger, World's
Greatest Woman Cellist.
In a fifty-five minute playlet, entitled
"The System," TaIor Granville and
Laura Pierpont nrc being featured In
the headline number at Chase's Theater
the current week. The characters are
i drawn from the underworld, and tli
p,ot tcs or the,r doings witn the
lice. The plalet Is a thriller from
start to hnlsh, and in :ne three scenes,
one of which takes place In a police
station, the alleged inner workings of
a "crooked" detective and the denizens
of ,the slums are told In graphic man
ner. Mr. Granville, In the role of th.a Eel,
a sllpperv criminal, and Miss Pierpont
as Goldle. his sweetheart, carry the
major portion of the plot in true melo
dramatic style. There are thrills galore,
and with the large and capable com
pany handling the leading roles vaude
ville patrons are given an Insight into
the alleged real workings of the un
derworld. From an artistic standpoint Jhe so
los of Elsa Kuegger, billed as the
world's greatest woman 'cellist, 'A as
the hit of the bill. She is a gifted ar
tist and displayed her exceptional
skill as a virtuoso. Such numbers as
Chonln's nocturne. Popper's 'Spinn-
Hed," the classic and ever "popular
"Traumerei." and a Slavic dance -or
an encore. No small feature of Mls3
Rn.irpr's nerformance was the ac
companiments of the orchestra under
the direction, ror mis pan otme per
formance, or Edmund Lichtensjeln.-'
Paul Morton and Naomi Glass have a
nlpAxInir sinirinc and ilanclnir sketch.
"My Lady of the Bungalow!" Aside
from the fact that Mr. Morton s facial
make-un was not in good taste, the
team scored a decided hit.
inp Mneoulev. Hal Davis and Sara
Lewis present a domestic sketch, "The
Girl from Childs'." There are plenty
of bright lines and funny situations
in the playlet and brought forth many
Wheeler Earr and Vera Curtis ap
pear in a skit called, "The Girl and
,thc Drummer." in which repartee Is
hanritpri1 without doves and songs ana
dances predominate. A third number
of the company whose name does not
appear on the program deserves mention
for his excellent singing In se-eral of
The skatorlal artists. The Rexos.
complete the bill with their sensation
al tunnel feature.
Mardi Graa week Is being Joyously
and effectively celebrated at Poll's, the
bill being full of comedy and high
lights. A gentle satire on the wiles and
whims of the telephone sirls, fresh and
unhackneyed. Is given by six winsome
maidens in the sketch yclept "The Tele
phone GirlB," which makes up in bur
lesque what it lacks in realism.
The fun Is geared to high speed and
the'danclng Ir brisk, snappy, fcrtd'vlg
orous. Miss Florence Modena and
Charles H. Gardner contribute the clever
playlet, "A Lesson in Reform," full of
tense moments and flashes of comedy
quips and quirks. The inspiration is
found In the feminine "upllfter," one
who is determined to Improve the
morals of cab drivers and raise th
standard of living among subway
guards, but who objects to her hus
band's efforts along the same lines with
chorus girls and grlsettes.
Edward Karnes and Mabel Robinson
don't have to wait until you
have a new musical act replete with In
gratiating songs and melody. Their
patter work is unique. In a fantastic,
spectacular burletta, "The Land of
Dreams," Paul Klelst wins favor, and
his conversational whistling proved to
bp a new vailelv t comedy. Frank
Mulane, baritone, sings well-chosen
songs with crve and distinction, ami
proldesan excellent twenty minutes
for the music lover.
Houghton. Morris, and Houghton are
seen on motorcycles and bicycles In a
whirlwind gymnastic act. and Bogart
and Nelson. In a two-person minstrel
show, have an excellent Salvation
Romano and Delano contribute new
tricks in tumbling and balancing, and
T.pvpv hti.1 Mlllpn irii-c nn pxhlbltion ot
J clog and gymnastic dancing. The photo
plays and the Fame current review are
Patrons of the Gayety arc being en
tertained this week by the Columbia
Burlesqucrs, headed by Chnr'.le How
ard. In a two-act musical farce entitled
"The Love Rose." It Is the best enter
tainment of the kind the Ninth street
house has had this season and large
audiences yesterday, gave the perform
ance their approval. Howard Is sUr
loundcd by a uniformly capable cast,
which Includes Abe Leavitt, Joe Emer
son, Harry Markwood, and Edward
divide the honors of the feminine con-!
urgent una jianiin i.iiiiiiiut;ii iuu ain-c
Wilson handle their parts capably. The
piece Is mounted elaborately ami the
fine singing chorus Is handsomely
costumed. Orle of the features of the
olio is Abe Leavitt's cabaret act en
titled, "The Great White Way." In
which he is assisted by Marian Camp
bell and Joe Emerson. Others in the
olio are. The Manhattan Four, and
The story of the Jovial "Traveling
Salesman." as depicted by Earl Hewitt,
Is a pleasant offering this week at thej
Academy. Tne piay is wen Knownio
the Washington public and was as well
received by a large audience as If It
were an initial performance.
Mr. Hewitt plays the part of Bob
Blake with vim. Tho love story lovo
at first sight, of course was well car
ried out, and caught the popular fancy
at once. Miss Vera Wadsworth was
very attractive as Beth Elliot, the girl
In the case, who cante near being de
frauded out of her fortuno by the de
signing villain, played by Edward H.
Fredrlka Simmons, as Mrs. Babbitt,
gl es an excellent study of the feminine
type who. almost without charm for
the masculine heart or eye. Is still des
perately afraid of being compromised
at every turn. The other parts were
all well taken.
The fun-producing qualities of the
play are perennial and as presented by
the company at the Academy this week
arc sufficient to cure a chronic case of
Taken lil in Cell, Dies
Later at Hospital
James McGrath, fifty years old, was
taken seriously ill yesterday In a cellat
the Sixth precinct police station, and
died in casualty Hospital several
hours later. McGrath was taken from
Sixth and C streets northwest to
the Emergency Hospital, where the
doctors said he was suffering from al
coholism. Last evening the doctors said
that he was no longer In need of hos
pital treatment and he was taken to
the station and held on a charge of
vagrancy. A few hours later he was
taken, ill again and was removed. to the
Casualty Hospital where he died. Death
due to natural causes was the verdict
of the coroner.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Jan. 21. Drastic
measures wero urged today at the open
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lots In the State. More severe penalties
for incendiaries are advocated by the
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SENATE IS DIVIDED
01 PENAL RULE IM
Lodge Defends Measure Says
It Will Apply to Italy Only.
O'Gorman Attacks It.
When the conference report on the
immigration bill was taken up In the
Senate yesterday, at the instance of
Senator Lodge, there was a discussion
of the effect of a provlslo In the con
ference report requiring the production
of penal certificates In certain cases for
the purpose of facilitating the exclusion
Senator Lodge said the import ofthis
hag been misunderstood, and that"" he
had received telegrams from Louis Mar
shall, of New York, protesting that the
effect would be to shut out Hebrews
from Russia who had been convicted
Lodge Defends Measure.
Senator Lodge said the language of
the bill would not have that effect; that
Russia, when asked by the State De
partment about producing penal certi
ficates had replied this would De lm
fy PAID IN SAVINGS
BESIDES being con
ducted under the
laws of the United States
Government, this com
pany has Capital and
Surplus of $2,300,000.00
and is managed by a
Board of Directors con
sisting of men well
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District of Columbia for
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possible for that government; that the
clause would have no effect on general
immigration and would apply as a mat
ter of fact to but one country, the only
one Issuing such certificates. Italy.
The purpose of the -provision, said
Senator Lodge, was the better exclu
sion of criminals. He said none of the
conference committee members would
have supported the provision, which
was requested by the department. If
It had applied to immigration from
Russia of persons involved In political
Mot In Original.'
Senator Stone asked several questions
and developed that the clause relating
to penal certificates was not In the
original bill, as it passed either House
or Senate. It was put In by the con
ferees. Senator" Lodgo defended the
parliamentary regularity of the pro
ceeding. Senator O'Gorman criticised the pro
vision. He said: .
"It puts it into the hands of every
foreign power to restrict or even pro
hibit immigration into the United States
and to nullify the principle of ex
patriation, to which this country has
so long adhered."
Senator Lodge would not admit there
was any such danger.
Builders to Be Hosts.
The Washington Builders' Exchange
will celebrate ladles' night tomorrow
night. A musical program will be the
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The foreign commerce ot the United I
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total imports Sl,S17.66i310. against H.5K.- t
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"Madame Montessori Method." will
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the school and community committee of
the Mothers Club of Cleveland Park,
on "Home Application of the Montes
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highest authorities on the Montessori
method of Instruction Jn this country.
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"THE LOVE ROSE"
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Supporting Cast at '.
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