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THE WASHINGTON TDIES. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1913.
JULIAN ELTIN6E HAS
At Washington Theaters This Week
CENTRAL FIGURE IN
Humorous Tale of Trials of
Pretty Girl Whose Husband
Is Lost, to Be at National.
The attraction at the New National
Theater this week, beginning tomor
row night, will be that wholesome,
hearty comedienne. May Irwin. Tho
Jolly May comes this reason with a
brand new play entitled. "Widow Ty
Iroy." and it Is declared to be the
funniest of all the so-called "widow"
plays. In which Miss Irwin has be-n
Her new comedy Is a humorous tale
of a winsome young widow whose hus
band, before being lost in the Alaskan
Eoldflelds, had married beneath him.
and whose relatives, after spurning
the appeals of the young widow for
aid, at last offer her a share of an
estate if she will sign a deed. Poor,
but proud as she Is pretty, the young--widow
scorns the offer.
Not so her chum and would-be bene
factor, Gloria Grey, a worldl wise
dame, beset with debtors, and who is
able to keep the wolf but a short dis
tance from the threshold by means cf
ner music teaching abilities.
So Gloria Grey changes places with
Dolores Pennington, the real widow,
much against the latter"s will, and lo
celher they go after the money. Cast.
Steve Pennington, Jack's cousin, falls
In love with Gloria, and takes .the
ladiesto his ancestral home. Captain
Sieve falls In love with the widow by
proxy, and she with him. and then -a
telegram arrives announcing that Jack
is not really dead after all. and is
speeding home on the wings of love to
claim his 7ife.
Then the, fat Is In the fire, for Cap
tain Steve has already parted witn
one fair lady who had deceived him
by keeping secret the Tact of a divorce
However, in the last act, amid a res
alar tornado of laughable and unex
pected situations, the course of tru
love runs smooth. It looks at one time
as though the ample charms of Gloria
would sink Ctiptd's boat, but Jack and
his real "widow" meet and fall on
each" other's necks, Jnd the latter n;
veals the -real reason for dashing
Gloria's escapade. The curtain goes
down with wedding bells ringing, and
the gallant seaman's arms almobi
halfway around Gloria's waist.
Prominent in the company will be
seen Clara Blandick. Orlando Dalv,
Frances Gaunt. Helen Weathersby,
Lynn Pratt, Josenh Woodburn, Alice
Johnson and Artrfur Bowyer.
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STUNNING GOWNS IN
Production at Columbia This
Week Includes Many New
Dance and Song Numbers.
HERE THIS WEEK IN
BROADWAY TO PARIS
JXhe Columbian Girls, presenting a
spectacular musical offering and fca
tcrlng various musical Instruments, are
announced as the attraction extraordin
ary at1 the Cosmos Theater this week,
in a program of classical and popular
AnoVeity-1n the form of the premiere
of a.;dramatlc playlet by Katherine Ka
vanausb. entitled 'Thro' the Skylight,"
Isj anpounced for presentation by the
Kavanaugh',Plai crs. It features as iti
heroine a female "Raffles," and Is said
to abound both in tense and laughable
Jean "Baldwin is promised in a garland
of songs; the Torleys. In a thrilling
cycling exhibition, and the Oake Trio,
exponents of artistic harmony, in a
Morris and Collins, black-face -comedians,
will discuss the joys, .sorrows,
and responsibilities of "Matrimony"
and the Pathe Weekly Review will
show 'a selected series of film features.
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TO "THREE WEEKS,"
One of the sensational features of
the Barnutn-Balley circus, the famous
Carl Dammann trupe of seven athletes
in whirlwind feats of tumbling, bil
ancing, and out-of-the-ordlnary acro
batics, will be the features of the Ca
sino Theater bill tills week.
One of the delightful little romantic
plays of' the season, embodying a thrill
and a surprise, as well as a prettv
Ftory Is promised In "The Girl That
JDroppcd m." which will be presented
by Minnie Vlctoreon and her company.
Two novelties arc promised In Max
Jme, the woman ventriloquist, who ha3
won a name for herself In vaudeville,
and Joslc Flynn, "the minstrel girl."
-whose make-ups are done on the stage.
The Three Shacffer Sisters will appear
In an' offering of somr and dances. Se
lected photo plays will be an important
IS ACADEMY BILL
IS FIRST OFFERING
OF POLI PLAYERS
Production Made Famous by
William Hodge to Be Given
by Competent Cast.
No Introduction to the merits of "The
Fascinating Widow," the vehicle of
Julian Hltlnge. booked for the Colum
bia Theater this week, is necessary,
for the return of this attractive musi
cal comedy promises to be one of the
theatrical sensations of th6 season.
Julian Eltinge, as the wido, presents
an unusually attractive wardrobte of
advance styles for the coming season,
and his conception and execution of
the role of the beautiful and charming
young woman Is as marvelous as ever.
The story concerns the pranks of a
young college man masquerading In
stunning gowns as a widow, to the
dlsconcernment of the college faculty.
Many new dance and song numbers.
In which Kltincc Is the central figure.
attired In new gowns, have been in
terpolated, and theater-goers may look
forward to enjoying an entirely new
No changes have been made In tho
cast, which Includes Edward Garvlc,
James Spottswood, Gilbert Douglis,
Joseph Flanagan, Charles Butler,
James Sullivan, Carrie Perkins. Belle
Adair, June Mathls, Louise Orth. and
the Incomparable Eltinge beauty
chorus. New costumes for the girls
and a new scenic equipment through
out have been supplied by Manager
A. H. Woods to make the final visit of
J "Tho Fascinating Widow" leave a last-
iiix impression wun us legion oi ad
mirers, a matinee Is announced for
Cast Which Comes From Winter
Garden in New York Com
posed of Many Artists.
Play Created Big Sensation on
Its Recent Production
New York Stage.
The Poll Players return to Washing
ton la midwinter with the most popu
lar member" of the original company
A. II. Van Buren, leading man; Mark
Kent, character man; Graham Velsey,
Juvenile, and Miss Gertrude Bondhill,
ingenue. For the first two weeks Miss
Jewel will not he In -the cast as she is
now on her way to Washington from
The first production of the stock com
pany will be "The Man From Home,"
which has been made famous through
out the I'nited States for the last six
years by William T. Hodge. The lead
ing character In the story Is Daniel
oorhees Pike, an Indiana lawyer of
sterling honestv and an irrepressible
SpnRP rt llrxr Immnr A IT Vnn nupan 1
will be seen Jn the title role, the best
I part he has ever played In AVashlngtoii.
I while the ward will he Impersonated
py jius Jiauuc uiioen. an atiractlxe
oung leading woman who will make
li?r stock debut In Washington Monday
Mark Kent will be given big oppor
tunities for eccentric character delinea
tion in .the role o.f IvanolT, a Russian
refugee, and Graham Velsey will be the
brother of the heroine.
All the scenes are laid In Sorrento.
Italy, affording ample opportunity for
picturesque stage settings.
Rose Sydell Is to say good-by to l.cr
burlesque admirers at the Gayety th's
veek, -where she makes her final appear
ance in the Capital at the head of her
famous "London Belles' organization.
At the end of the present season she
will retire from the stage to enjoy the
fortune she has earned as "The Rose of
Hurl esq ue."
Miss Sydcll has an elaborate and
amusing two-act musical farce callod
"A Feast of Fun." with one of the
jfcenea on the bathing beach at Coney
Inland and the other a picture of a
famous report near Paris. .
The comedy part of the entertainment
will be furnished by William P. Camp
bell as a man about town, and Johi.ny
Weber as a -German senator. In addi
tion to playing the important comply
roles in the main entertainment. Camp
bell and Weber will offer an extrava
gant bit of nonsense called "Oil. Papa."
as a part of the olio. The Four Ells
worths will also be an Important Ij
ture of the audcvllle portion of the
Locrs of high class burlesque will
-welcome Counlhan and Shannon's
Queens of the Folles Iiergere." sched
uled to, appear at the Lyceum this week,
commencing with tomorrow's matinee.
Tuneful music and a queenly chorus
make this offering one or real merit, the
cast including Joe Sullivan, Dave
Schaeffcr, Helen Armstrong, Doc Arm
strong. Adams and Schafer, Cclla Arm
fctrong. Irene CalHhan, Arthur Arm
strong. Elizabeth Rogers, and an excel
lently gowned chorus.
As an added attraction Kid Canfield
will expose the gunmen of New- York
and the secrets of the underworld.
Benefit at the National.
A benefit theatrical performance will
mj slven at the National Theater to
morrow night, when Miss May Irwin,
in her latest fcueccss, "A Wdow by
Proxy," will be the attraction. Noel
House will be the boneflciary. and
t i-re Is a long list of patronesses. A
i.umber of especially atractlvc features
i-Rvc been arranzed in connection with
tomorrow night's performance.
"One Day" r Its dramatized form
is the splepdid endeavor of Miss Cecil
Spooner, and Its recent production in
Nrw York city, created a veritable sen
sation as it will undoubtedly do here
when presented at the Academy for
one week beginning tomorrow even
Ins by an admirable- company of play
ers, many of whom were In the origin
al New York all star cast.
"One Day" Is a sequel, or rather a
continuation of Miss Glyn's earlier
work. "Three Weeks." whlrh proved
to be the most widely discussed liter
ary output of an writer of the past
decade. "One Day." brlefl. Is the
height of romance and baued on the
mad Infatuation of a beautiful western
heiress. "Opal," to be played by Marlon
Hutchlns. and "Paul." the young crown
prince of Sardalla in the careful hand
of Robert Brlstcr.
The priclpal action of this play oc
cur? aboard an American bound liner,
and, as the title aenotc. hannens In oni
da when their brief but blissful lovo
dream Is tragically shattered A ce.l.
plct" and thorough scenic and electrical
production of this wonderful romance is
Drama League to Hear
Many February Talks
The plans of the Washington Center
of the Drama Leapue for the month of
February will protc cfjcclally Interest
ing to those concerned with the progress
of the American stage. Interest In the
activities of the organization was quick
ened by the addresses recently given by
William Faversham and Frank Keenan.
under its arsplccs. and It Is believed
that such interest will be further stimu
lated by the announcement of the dis
tinguished speakers for next month
tFMirtiary IS J Henry Benrlmo and
Geoigo C. Hazleton. jr.. authors of "The
Yellow Jacket." will address members
of the league upon "J nc inint-se a;age
and Its Appeal to the Imagination."
and "The Elizabethan Theatei and its
Similarity u the Chlnpve Theater." le
spectlvelv. Structurally. "The Yellow
Jacket" follows the traditional conven
tions of the Chinese Theatct. which.
Rtrangely, coincide In great degree with
those of the more familiar Elizabethan
drama, and the analogies which Mr.
Benrlmo and Mr. Hazleton will draw,
therefore, will open an avenue of
thought and research not heie ofoie ex
Percy Maekaye, poet-dramdtiKt and
esuavis!. author of "Antl-Matrlmony."
"Mater," "The Scarecrow," and some
of Hie most Inbplring works of criticism
anil comment on the modern drama,
also will lecture before mnnbers of
the Drama League In February on "The
Margantt Majo. conspicuously suc
cessful among the women playwrights
of the I'nited States, author of "Polly
of the circus" and "Baby Mine." like
wise will address members of the league
The lecture will be given In the Car
Farce Has Caught On.
Antony Mars' musical faire, "Ex
ceeding the Speed Limit."' which Is now
on view at George M. Cohan's Grand
Opera House, Chicago, has caught the
public fancy, and appears to have set
tled down for n long inn. It Is the
vehicle by which Carter.- Do Haven Is
being Introduced to American play
goers as a star, and his Initial nttempt
In this Held of fjid.t-a.vor has piovcn to
be eminently successful.
E. M. Newman, the traveler and lec
turer. In his fourth travcltalk at the
Columbia Theater this evening and to
mororw afternoon, will reproduce, plc
torlcally and verbally, his motor Jour
ney through eastern Germany, from
"Munich to Berlin." New motion pic
tures and color views will afford his
fellow-travelers an evening of pleasure
able sightseeing in some of the oldest
and quaintest, as well as most modern
and beautiful cities of the Fatherland.
Here efficient government and regu
lation have wrought model municipali
ties and the museums, art galleries and
places, interesting because of literary or
historical association, will all be visit
ed. Mr. Newman will show life among
the peasants in the Sprcewald and.
Thurlnglan forests, as well as In the
centers of habitation, and also the
scenic beauties which abound in this
A feature of the traveltalk will be a
motion picture taken from the dirigible
baloon "Schwaben' during a ride from
Dusseldorf to Eisenach, over Jena and
Got ha. Weimar, Hildesheim, Bruns
wick. Nuremberg, Dresden and other
cities where medical architecture is
pleasingly contrasted with the modern
will be included in tne tour.
At 3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Newman will give an extra travel
talk on "The Balkan States," Including
In the Itinerary Bulgaria. Dalmatla.
Bosnia. Servla. and Albania, all of
which have figured so prominently In
the history-making events of the last
few months. Mr. Newman's exquisite
color views and motion pictures will be,
an opportunity to learn all about these
patriots. War pictures showing the
ttoops In action, will be Included In a
photographic Journey of unusually
Washington will be the thlnl city to
see Gertrude Hoffman's new show, en
titled "Broadway to Paris," which be
gins Its local engagement at the Belasco
Theater tomorrow night. The engage
ment Is for six nights, and matinees
Tuesday, Wednesday. Friday and Satur
day. Miss Hoffman, herself, as usual will
be seen In more than two dozen charac
ters, most of which are new and tho
results of Miss Hoffman's trip of four
months In Europe, during which she
gathered these novelties.' The boolc and
the lyrics of "Broadway to Paris" aro
by George Bronson How'ard and Hauold
Attrldge. authors of the entertainment
at the Winter Garden In New York last
The music was written by Max Hoff
man and 'a dozen others. Leon Bakst,
the Russian-painter, made the sketches
from which the production was built
and painted by John Young. Ned Wcy
burn has been In complete charge of
the staging of, the production, and tho
costumes are from designs submitted
by Melville Ellls and Robert .Jones of
The story of 'Broadway to Paris"
runs through more than a dozen well
known places of Interest In the French
capital, and is founded on the- escapades
of Lawrence Mott, a well-known Now
lork youth, who. with his sweetheart
cnurus gin. snipped as a purser on a
freight steamer bound for China, and
was pursued by a New York newspaper
man acting under Instructions from tho
'More than 125 rople will be seen in
"Broadway to Paris." Including the fol
lowing artists: Barney Bernard, Ralph
Austin, James Morton, George Austin
Moore, James E. Duffy. Joseph Schrode.
James Harris, Charles Ahearn and
Troupe. Leo Pernlkoff, Lee Chapln,
Marion Sunshine. Katherine MHey. Cor
delia Hanger and the Shu tells. The' at
traction comes here from New York
where It played ten weeks to capacity
business at the Winter Garden.
TO SEE LEADED OF
TIP BALL TEAM
Hughey'Jennings to Appear at
. Chase's This Week' With
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VEh-yah the famous " battle-cry of
Hughlc Jennings, the baseball star who
led the Detroit - Tigers In three pen-1
nant-wlnnlng American League" series, !
will rally the fans at Chase's this
week,, where the great former player,
now manager of the Tigers, will be
presented for the-flrst time' in polite
His tour has been an unprecedented
success, much of the cred't being duo
Ben Smith, the popular blackface
comedian and singer who appears with
Mr. Jennings In a lively and typical
baseball satire, "The New Mascot,"
which gives both stars the desired op
portunity to entertain and please the
As- the newly engaged' official mas
cot. Smith has a congenial role, with
laughable lines, and other black-face
droller' appealing to the "fans" and
the public alike. The extra added com
edy attraction will be the character
singers and comedians, the Avon Com
edy Four, In "The New School Teach
er." A spec'al offering, win be the
artistic players, Agnes Scott and Henry
Keans, In their Idyllic episodic "Drift
ing." Another ImDortatlnn will h tho
Wirth family, the Australian equestrian
stars. Iato.of the Barnum & Bailey cir
cus, who will present unparalleled
arenlc feats, chief among- which Is Miss
-jiaj irma penormancc or a rorward
somersault on a galloping horse.
The San Francisco Dancing Quartet
will Introduce their Texan, and'Slerran
fiesta dances. A comic innovation will
?...pr9Y,ded bjr Ai'er- and Arllne In
"The Hypnotized Mimic." Adonis and
his canine comed'an. "Pierre.'' will
prove a delightful addition. The Klne
macolor photo-comedy, will be "A Fish
erman's Luck." The pipe organ repitals
at 1:30. 7:30 and intermission, win "offer
a treat to music lovers. Friday after
noon nextthe vaudeville matinee win
be omitted, as the theater has been
rented for grand opera atthat time.
The runniest woman;
in the woiOd ?
-In the last word
In Laughter' .
WIDOW BY PROXY"
It' the national Theater
All this week
With Regular Uatinees.
Naxt Wk Smi Tfetrsalay
Assisted byFlsra Zfc4f
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THE RED WIDOW
COMPANY Of 100 PEOPLE
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A SEQUEL TO
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WASHINGTON'S LEADING THEATRE
MATINEES THUWte-AND 5ATURDA0
A. H. WOODS, Presents
FOR A FINAL VISIT IN HIS GREAT SUCCESS
THE FASCINATING WIDOW
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Same Fine CastEnlarged Orchestra
Seats on Sale Tuesday, 8:30 A. M.
The Largest, Best, and Most Popnlar Minstrel
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SU MADAM JULIA GULP
MISS CRYDER ANNOUNCES
SOrit.V.NO AXP PIAMST. TlckcU. Vi, SUP. 1, 75c. on .Sale at Tbralrr.
Mr. , '.. I'oll tnkr pride and p!i-nrr In anniiuni-luK the return of
THE BEST STOCK COMPANY IN AMERICA
THE POPULAR POU PLAYERS
In Thr cnntlonl Surer of M sraaon.
The Man From Home
GALA "WELCOME HOME" CELEBRATION TOMORROW NIGHT
Tup t.ompnnj larludra tlir Rreatmt of laxt Mcn-on1 faMirllr and
many new plarra vvbi. mrr expected to win Immediate fnior with tile
dlNcrlmlnatlnK I'oll patron.
Magnificent Scenic Production for Kaca Offerlnc.
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The Btst Plays by fht Bast Playirs Evary Waak
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Tlielr Baaebkll Comedy Sncceaa.
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THE GREATEST HUMOROUS QOABTErrTE
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In "THE SEW SCnOOL TEACHETt. A UjushJnr Hit
AGNES SCOTT & HENRf KEANE SSl-iWnxo--
3IAY "WlftTH. The San FrancUco Danclns Quartette. Adler b Ar
llne. Adonis & Clown Dos, "Pierre." "A Flaherman'a Lock"
Kinemacolor Dramatic Comedy. S.C.
The Season a Most Extraordinary Engagement
. CO.." In "Tne TwelTe-Pound (WO) Uxtk." by Z. M- Barrle. Anther'
ot "Peter Pan," 4c Seven Other Attractions. '
Connihan & Shannon Amusement Ce. Present I
A FRENCH FOLLY
IN TWO FKOUCS
The Swiftest Musical
Show of the Season !
JOS. J. SULLIVAN & DAVE SCHAEFFER
la Ah Expose of the
Gunmen of N. Y.
Scucti of the fnli wrrM Imposed From One Who Knows.
FRIDAY NIGHT-THE COUNTRY STORE
Xct Week Hilly Uatmin and Ilia nis; t'ompan) The IJeef Truat.
ALL THIS WEEK:
FAREWELL TOUR OF
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WITH THOSE. TWO INIMTTABI F1JNMAKERS
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Next Week . . THE GREAT BEHMAN SHOW
A Capital Treat For the Capital City
That Fascinating Female
Mat., 10c. Kenlnj;s, 10c A 20c.
tontlnuoii Miow. Xo Stous.
The Columbian Girls
XniuleMHc'H Claaleit .'llnilcal
The Star Operatic Trio
Itccollectlon of Colonial Dnjs.
The Kavanaugh Players
in "Thro' ihe Skylight"
A Great Comeilj llramntlc IMnj-let
on a Moilcrn ocll Thciac.
America' Uwlutlot jcllns; ct.
Tne eft lnser of seet (inr.
Morris and Collins
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Sunday Concert Today
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I WaaUnctea Syatphear Orchestra ,
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