2 THE HERALD, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
At The Playhouses
PAULINE STARKE AND, WALLACE SMcDONALD JIN
TRIANGLE'PLAY, "THEB SHOES THAT DANCED:"
Fanchon and Marco. dancers, and
their Jazz alind, who claim to have
been the first to introduce to New
York the puzzling charm of jazz mu
sic as played by white musicians, will
appear at the Orpheum next week.
Though Westerners by birth and
rearing. Fanchon and Marco bear an
enviable reputation in the East, where
they have been favorites for a long
time in the principal New York caba
Quite different is their offering from
the other dancing acts. Presenting
the very latest, hot-off-the-griddle
dancing steps from New York. some
of them their own creations, their act
is a glorification of grace, a Terpsi
chorean symphony, exquisite and
poetic in its execution. One of the
newest novelties is the famous dance
where Marco steps with Fanchon
while 'at the same time he plays his
violin. It is a wonderful exhibitionj
Fanc·hon. of the act of Fanchon and
Mlarco. coming next week to the Or
pheum with their Jazz Band. has what
is claimed for her to be the most per
feet set of teeth in the country. It is
said that the principal dental colleges
in the United States have a mold of
her teeth to use as an exhibit in the
classrooms. Each tooth is perfect in
"MISS ROBINSON CRUSOE."
S tring Emmy Wehlen.
The appeal in "Miss Robinson
Crusoe" is universal, but the Metro
wonderplay will be particularly inter
esting to the members of the fair sex
for the reason that in it Miss Wehlen
wears the very last word in Lucile,
the famous Lady Duff Gordon's crea
tions. From the opening scene to the
very last, Miss Wehlen's gowns will
be a delight to the eye and will offer
many suggestions to women all over
"Miss Robinson Crusoe" will show
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on Marco's part of nerve control and
dual thought and is one of the "hits"
of their act. The Jazz Band which
accompanies the act is said to be one
of the cleverest on the stage and it is
claimed for them that each member ia
expert enough as a musician to play
successfully In a symphony orchestra.
Born and bred in Los Angeles. Fan
chon and Marco are sister and broth
er. They began to dance at an early
age and it wasn't long before their
ability was recognized, both as mus-i
clans and dancers. After a tour ol
Australia. they went uast, where their
dancing at social functions soon won
high favor. Then, about two year.
ago, they telegraphed for the Jasi
Band to Join them. The New Yorker.
frst listened with amazement. Them
they applauded. They caught the
spirt of the music and they rose to
hPaehoa and Marco and their Jazm
Bead was established.
the very magnificent country estate
of George C. Boldt. Jr.. the propri
etor of the famous Waldorf-Astoria
in New York. This is located at the
Thousand Islands, the best know.
summer resort of Northern New
The story tells of the workings ol
the foreign spies in the country, at
though that is a counter-plot, it car
rlies all through the story.
H. N. 0. C. THEATRE.
Friday Night-Baby's Best Picture
"Best Baby Osborne picture yet.!
That's the report of the Pathe fla
committee on "A Little Patriot," the
wondertful little child star's latesi
Gold Rooster Play.
Baby Osborne plays the part of a
child whose father answers his coun
try's call and enlists. She is filled
with the spirit of duty to the lag and
forms a little army of her playmates
who, equipped with wooden guns and
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impromptu uniforms, proceed to drill
and go through all the formulae of the
trade of arms.
Likewise they feel that in a meas
ure they are home guards and as such
should watcth out for enemies of the
country. The time for their action
comes sooner than they had expected.
Within the limits of such a brief
synopsis one cannot describe to the
full all the little subleties that make
the picture such a good one. But ad
mirers of the child, and they are
many. may be assured that they will
find the picture well up to the stand
ard set by Baby Marie Osborne's big
Eddies Lyons and Lee Moran in
"The Boulevard Speed Hounds." also
"The Ups and Downs of Mr. Phool
Phan." Will open dorts at 6:30 p. m.
Show starts 7 p. m.
('artoon-Hans and Fritz in
"Itheumatics" - Wonderful Scenic
picture--"Fishing in Japan" and
cutting the giant pines of the South
land. to build ships to beat the Kai
ser. Doors open at 6 P. M.. show
starts at 6:30 P. M.
Now let the allies adopt that good
old American motto, "In Union There
But if they start to camouflage
hash heaven only knows what is in
storage for us
Freedom of speech should be pre
served if only for the service it per
forms in exposing fools.
"German agents are suspected" Is
getting to be almost as common as "the
police are investigating."
Germany has lost half her subma
rine fleet, and England is as far from
going on her knees as ever.
When German submarines are sunk
by liners, however, there is no report
of the survivors being fired on.
The best molasses pa ever tasted
was the sample the groceryman
served on the wrapping paper.
One thing that makes the war last
a long time is the man who acts as if
it weren't going to last long.
It certainly comes handy for John l1
Bull to have an uncle he can touch
for $435,000,000 when it is needed.
It is some satisfaction to know that
those "please remit" things are costing
them a cent more than formerly.
There is said to be a shortage of
white paper in Germany. They might
tear up a few more treaties to help
Speaking of camouflage, the folding
bed that is disguised as a bookcase has
lured many a guest to a miserable
A scientist says that a guinea pig
will die before he'll eat onions. Guinea
pigs deserve to have their name
The chances for the average con
sumer to become an expert conversa
tlonalist before the end of the war are
You should never advise a mother to
let her child play outdoors more. The
little fellow doesn't get to play out
enough as it is.
But if we had all the coal we need
ed, and prices were low, and the
weather was satisfaetory, what would
we talk about?
The food conservation advertise
ments urge one to save sugar by using
more sirup. It sounds like, "ave eggs
by eating more omelets."
The average man takes about the 1
same pleasure in a high collar that is
enjoyed by a woman in a tlgt corset.
But they must have 'erm.
The German crown prince's fallre
at Verdun is said to be due to stub
bornness-of the French, no doubt,
who refused to be defeated.
S "Let nothing spl" is one of the slo
s ans of the national food administra
t ion. Which advice might be passed
Salong to some indulgent mothers.
Those who an remember back to
Sthe last time we had 8-cent letter post
age In this country aren't boasting
about it-especially It they're women.
* Yale has sent more than 5,000 men
Into war activities of one kind and
Sanother, a record that deserves higher
praise than wlalnng a football eha
. It is now the prvilege of as Amer
Sleaans-end the word is used advisedly
I -to be eves moere economical than he .
Sfore in our consumptio of wheat,
a beef and pork.
There are a whale lot et people a
this country who would like to lill
the Germans, all right, but at present
they and It more agreeable to rob the
people at home.
A who clip to hold a cow's tall
agatst one leg when she is beang
milked has won a patet for a Micld
pn inventor. set of this on the
aprice of alk Is ardously awaited.
New York papers complain that a
counterfedt lberty lean bttn is be
ing worn by people who mver hoaght
a bhead. Thin is the measesat forem af
raud, becae as peimlty is attached.
abmingt presence e teams
sme a vaede po s on German
ples alght a ae cnvlneln g if
the mer , t iLg hadt happemd
oftamm whmn the w me wl we at
THE CHEERFUL CHLERU
e sun mikes freckles
by the score
And sends them down
in my direction.
It has such spots
I spose at envses my
Josh-I always enjoy the jokes cir
ýus clowns get off.
I Bosh-Because why?
Josh-Because I can't reipembe
m from one year till the next.
Any peace under present conditions
would be camouflage.
The time is not ripe for peace until
jt can be made permanent.
What is needed is a hen that can
lay as many eggs as a fish.
The Hindenburg line looked like any
other ditch to Byng's tanks.
Where there Is so much fire there
ase probably a few enemy agents.
One can't help wondering what the
pro-Germans will be after this war.
Also a knitting needle makes a fine
weapon, either for offense or defense.
Let us be up and doing-and if we
can do nothing else let us do without I
MEEK AND MILD
"And this is our first quarrel."
"And I'm terribly disappointed Ln
you. With all his faults my first hbu
band was certainly a good scrappDDer."
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