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THE WASHINGTON HEBALD, TUESDAY, MABCH 28, 1911.
Confidential.
There are a lot of
men who are entitled
to credit, but who
hesitate to ask for it.
We shall be glad to
make Clothes to or
der for any such, upon
terms that will be mu
tually satisfactory.
Get into communi
cation with us by ad
dressing Box 928, Herald Office.
AMUSEMENTS.
reyvPEfSHEmfii 'Iff fr 4 hM
Dailj Matinee. 3a Lieninrs. U5r, S(t. and .Se,
HUGH HERBERT & CO.
In "Te Son of Solomon '
Thos. J. Ryan, Mary Richfield &. Co.
Lm Cadot de Cnrcctne Ouartrt from Grand Oprra
Hoose I "an. Bernard and Do-othj Orannllf. The
Irtematuiral I'olo Tram. Hone and Hilly llan.
Tho btmlhCK Players. Hnbbj Troabif-i.
NEXT WEEK NAT M. WILLS.
In All New Sonrs and Slones. J. C Nncent 4.
n. Mr utner nne Acs. wit reai 101
mm
TO-KIGHT, 8:15
Hi
Mars-Thurs. i
Sat. 2:18.
UAMUi KBOUMAN rr.EhE.NTS
CHARLES , SEVEN
ERRV SISTERS
with wist) i.AirtFrrrB tailor and
TUB N i L.Ci,l M THKATLK CO. -
MEXT WEEK
SEVTs VOW
SELLING
"THORiTON"
TheWorid's greatest Magician
100 Hew Mysteries 100
25 Hew Illusions 25
;LASCO
NEXT WEEX SEATS HOW.
tLfMHTELL
miiunceme.nt of pi. vv-
Kui; Iear rufiJ Hamlet Wed.
Vs V Lite It Wr& niRbt Rich-
Ti rs. otheiln Kn. Maclx-th Nt.
MwJrt -f rnire Sat mgfit Kicn-
I l'-it . tofc
o
Conlinnona Performance.
12: IT. to 11 p. m.
The Bis I.nn-rhlng Hit,
The Cowboy, the Swell, 2nd the Lady.
A sketch foil of hnmorom
sItantlnnM.
And Kle Other Pic Art.
TY
h VMIA
ALL THI WEEK MATINFE t) MIA
The Hew Osinfy Duchess
WITH
Joe Rfiorris and May Walsh
Nat Week The 'rtumhia Rnrlesancrs.
HEW LYCEUM matIoa'ly
IU1. THIS EEK,
STAR SHOW GERLS
UltESTLING IHTTTI TIUKSDW Vlt.HT
nort no's micmt s ios ntoKos
NETT "KEK THE BIG REIEM.
COSMOS SIJSWS!18
Matinees, lOe; Kirnlnx, lOr and 20c
ALL THIS MTEK,
THE FOUR CLOVERS
Tm.OU Ml H"I. 0(IGII
OIK K .V Hli KUrr (Yracdr (riinc Act.
I.KKTItt Ur HSht, Nmrl'v -memz Ar
i1.' I1 v"l!' ,h" En'le (.t-rman I ivM1an
IJL1.IAN hTONE hinci 1'BincJrj: SprcialtT
noitoTin KirmiOMi's players.
In TWO IMIls (Ml A CMKL
M A J E STI C Two Shows Daily
Matinee, 2:15; Evening, S:t5.
THIS WEEK, SIX STAR ACTS
Next Week ptv Stork Co.,
SHERLOCK HOLMES
Popular Prices. Statu on Sale.
MOVING PICTURES.
WITH THE U. S. TROOPS
0H THE MEXICAN BORDER
Jlmlnc Picture of the Huge Military
Manravent in Texas In tbe
Great War Game
tVlfn Oar Regular Shan- of High-class
Pictures.
Monday, Toewday. Wednesday.
Colonial Theater
927-929 PA. AVE. W. W.
"THE IIOME OF THE PIPE OIlCA.
5c USUAL ADMISSION 5c
VIRGINIA
nth. Bet. F and G Sta.
HAS NO EQUAL.
HARRY CHICX
Soloist.
Voice Lite "TInkllnsr Bells"'
Ce. Positively No Raise t
Prices. 5c.
YoaTJ enjoy the fine IUtot of tbe cnnMnt U the
Hotel Engel
Cafe and Restaurant
Ftmoc for stctka, cbopo, tad uUili.
Imported Genua beers on draft.
New Jersey Ave. and C St
Vboam Iisoola TO.
Indianapolis Postal Clerks In Union.
Indianapolis March 27. Notwithstand
ing: the attitude of the Post-office Depart
ment toward a secret organization
among postal clerks, several railway
mall clerks entered to-day upon the work
of organizing a -union. The local will be
affiliated with the national organization
-which Is a part of the American Feder
tatlaa oC Lboc
STARTS IN SEARCH
FOR SOUTH POLE
Antarctic Party Headed by
Capt, Scott.
Christchurch. New Zealand. March 27.
The whaler Terra Nova, which left here
November 23 with the antarctic expedi
tion headed by Capt. Robert F. Scott,
has returned to this port. She reports
that the expedition was landed at the
plare designated for the start for the
pole, and that when she left the mem
bers o the party were well.
The captain of the Terra. Nova brought
a budget of extremely interesting news
concerning the situation In the antarctic
regions, so far as the progress of explo
ration is concerned. He said that Capt.
Scott landed his expedition on the shores
of McMurdo Bay in January. It now de
velops that a rlal expedition was al
ready on the same coast equipped for a
search for Uie south pole. This was the
party headed by Capt. Roal Amundsen,
the Norwegian explorer, from whom
nothing has been heard since he went
from Madeira in the middle of October.
The fact that Amundsen was in the ant
a'ctic was discovered by the captain of
the Terra Nova In February-
Naval Lieut- Pcnnell, who was second In
command to Capt. Scott and who navi
gated his ship back, telegraphs from
Stewa't Island.
"Arriving in the Bay of Whales on
Kebruarv 4 we found the Fram. belong
ing to Amundsen's antarctlo expedition,
v hich was going in winter quarters there
With her were S men, accompanied by
116 Greenland dogs, and furnished with
a full equipment for the Journev to the
pole. The Fram is proceeding to Buenos
Ayres. ana returning next year win re
embark Amundsen Stores were landed
and a hut erpcted two miles from the
shin We found In the hut a message
to the cfTect that the exploring parly
was all well "
'BERLIN BARS LONG HATPINS.
Cards to thnt Kffect Pouted In All
Street Car.
Berlin. March 77 Cardf. were posted
in all the street cars of Berlin to-day
requested woman passengers not to
wear long hatpins. The notice points
out o the womn that tl.ese ornamental
boautiful articles are liable to injure
their fellow -passengers.
Herr on Jagow president of th
Berlin police issued a request to the
women some time ago not to wear those
long hatpins, but tne results I:ae not
been altogether satisfactory
NO NEWS OF DRUMJIOND GEMS.
Steamer AmeriUa L'nnlilr to Dock
Ilpcaasp of Fok.
New Tork. March 27 So den"e was
tht fog off Sandy Hook all day to-day
that the steamer Amenka. of the Hamburg-American
Line, was unable to reach
Quarantine. Other liner? that were
about fle hours ahead of her or had
, passed the Hook on Sunday night were
I all right and able to proceed to their
piers
' The Amenka, which has been eagerly
watched for by the officials of the line
and bv Mrs Maldwin Drummond, In the
hope that some trace of tbe $130,000 worth
' of jewelry which was stolen from her on
the last trip of the Amerika to this port
has been f-umd, passed Fire Island soon
after 8 o'clock All dav tb wireless was
kept bus-s between the 'ner and friend1?
of the passengers in Manhattan, but
I late to-night it was reported that the
! fog had not lifted and tat the Amerika
1 would remain outside until this morning
HELL FOR FOUR DEATHS.
Inquest Kolloivlnsr Fire Rrsnlts In
Arrest of Manufacturer.
Milwaukee. Wis,. March 17 Follownc
an inquest Into the deaths of fou- men
in a fire last week Bernhard A Minn
president of the Minn Billiard Table
1 Companv, was arrested to-day rharged
, with manslaughter. The warrant wis
(sworn out bx Coroner Nahin. who sax1
that with the aid of his Socialist rol
i league Prosecuting Attornev Zabl. he
I will tr to ?end Minn to State prison
i The Minn fire was m a three-stor struc
ture, completed three weeks before the
fire, in which there had been a delay in
erecting fire c-capes The Milwaukee
ordinance provides that everv structure
ever two stories in height must be pro
vided with fire escapes, hut Minn started
work in his new building before the fire
Cicap's were installed
RACE ISSUE AT CORNELL.
Co-eds Object to Presence of Col
ored Women In Dormitory.
Ithaca, N T. March 27 The rare
question at Cornell, which has been
smoldering fo- several weeks since It
was first started bv James B. Clarke's
article In the Cornell Era, has broken
out again, and this time has been put
squarely up to the board of trustees.
A majorit of the co-eds of the uni
versity more than 3X. have signed a pe
tition requesting that colored women be
refused admission to the only dormitory
for women which the university owns
Sage College. The petition has been for
warded to President Schurman, and by
him will be presented to the full board
of trustees at its next regular meeting
The petition is the direct result of an
application made last week by two col
ored women students for rooms In Sage
College-
Rlveses Will Live Apart.
New York. March 77. Reginald W.
Rives, clubman and whip, to-night ad
mitted, in answer to a question, that he
had taken rooms in the Hotel Patterscn,
after he and his wife had reached a
mutual agreement to live apart. She
is living with her son and daughter In
the Rives house in East Thirty-first
street. She said to-day that no legal
separation was contemplated.
Brooklyn Billlardlsta Win.
New York. March 27. Brooklyn won
the first of a series of three games to
night to be played here with Pittsburg
In the intercity three cushion billiard
tournament at the Knickerbocker Billiard
Academy in Brooklyn. The score was
0 to 32.
Yankees Defeat Atlanta.
Atlanta, Ga., March 27. The Yankees
to-day defeated Atlanta by 10 to & Ford
and Sweeney, the battery that figured
largely In Atlanta winning the pennant
several years ago, were billed all over
the city to work for the Tankees. and a
large crowd was expectcJ. but the cold
weather kept attendance down to eighty
seven paid admissions.
Turner and Proktu Clash.
To-night at the Center Market Armory
Jim Prokos, Greek champion of Eng
land and America, and Joe Turner, the
well-known Washington grappler, will
clash in a finish bout, best two ont of,
three falls. Fat O'Connor; the, well
known sportsman, win offlda.
"NELLIE BLY" EEAPPEABS.
MRS. K. C. SEAMAN,
' Ncwtrnprr n parte wrr won wurld fame for t-lp
around the world mrtcd to the pdire the low.
re u, iw iiinxisii tnr po-tiiauon iru.vei un
ptoos in ihi Arrrncan Mft-l Wire Oxnjuny. a
cri.vm w!irb (-he mi.
CUBAN FALLS IN AERO.
AVrlut Sprained. lint Aviator Garro
In Uninjured.
Havana. March 27 Garros took Senor
Ferrara. speaker of the Cuban Hoe of
Representative, up in his areoplane this
afternoon, and while the machine was
flft fet aboe tile, ground it fell, and
was bjilh tnvished
Senor Kerrarra suffered a sprained
w n-t but otliM-ue was not much hurt
The machine was built after a design
made b John Molsant. and was given
Its first trial a wetk ago
BUSSIA'S ULTIMATUM FEARED.
1 Prince Chlnjr Blamed for China's
Ijltcj Dlfflrnltien.
I London. March 77 The Times cor
respondent at Pekin cables that in ad
i ditlon to the Russian demands which
I China has acquiesced In. there are thi-ty
or forty others whi h have been di-
cussed long and fruitlessjv The corre-
ppondent now fea's that another ultl-
mat cm will be sent to the Chinese
He blar-es the foreign board at Pekin
I as incom7ftent. and s.-vs that the presi-
dent. Pnrce Ching. has been con
temptuous in his neg'eet of duty, and
'evasion of responsibility . which has in
I volved China in perpetual difhcultics with
j other pevers ,
j MONK DEFIES AUTHORITIES.
Father llldore and III FanatlCJi
Barricade Church.
St Petersburg. March 27 Father Th
dore, the monk who recentlv deiei the
hoh s nod has returned to Ts.iritsm.
where he has taken possession of the
rburi-h. in which hi:, fanatical followers
have Hid in a large -uppIv of provisions
?.nd have barricaded the doors and win
dows. Thej have defied the authorities to at
tack them nd sav tliev will die defend
ing the altar A livelj siege is expected
1 Tom 1o!mnn Agn In Sinking;.
I Cleveland. March 27 The condition of
j former Ma; or Tom I. Johnson, who suf
i ffrfd a sr.ous relapse ten davs ago. hut
later ralbed. to-dav g-ew considerably
I worse Hit. familv waited all day at his
1 bedside, and while the attending phvsi
' rians refuse to give up hope, they admit
that he is slowly sinking.
PLACES OF INTEREST.
i,ai-ary of Cousrew- Orn 0 a. m. to 10 p m. on
icculr dars, from 2 pi. xn. to 10 p. m. on bandars
and on eeitan holidays. Dunne July, Ausast, and
Stptrmbcr closes I p. m. Saturday.
l'nblic Library Open 9a.rn.to9p.ra.: boudays.
l za. to 9 p. m. , Mindays. 2 to 9 p. el.
White House -Open '0 a m to I p. m.
lyOitrd htatoi Capitol Opra 9 a. m. u 4 JO p. m.
torciran ilaltoj cf Art Open (free) Tuevtay.
Thtirulir Saturday 9 JO a. m. to 4 n. ra. . Sundir
i 1 JO to 4 JO Olher days. 2 admission.
Mat. War. and Naty ipartinerU Open 9 a. m.
to 2 p. re (The criKnal Declaration of Independ
ence is m the libiary at the State Department.)
United Mates Treaffirj Onen 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Lnitcd fetata Patent Ofbce Open 9 a. m. to 9
p. is.
United Staten Pnp'-efScr Open 9 a. m to 2 p. m.
VTashmston City lot-or3ce Open al! boors. (The
dead-letter oHcr is the city post office.)
National Hotanie Oarder Open 8 a m. to i p. m.
Fisli Commisooo Open 9 a. m. to 4.5) p. m.
Army Medical Museum-Open 9a.rn.to4J0p.rn.
National Museum Op-n 9a.m.tolJ0p.m. (m
dudine boUdays).
Agricultural Department Open J a. m. to 439
p. m.
rtureau of Encrartns and Prlntine Open 9 a. m.
I to I JO p. m.
I Washington Monument CJ&6 feet In heisM) Open
I 3J3 a. m. to 1J9 p. in. lEletator runs from 9 a. in
to 4 p. zn.)
r.urrau of American Hepi.fcHcs Open 1 a. m. to
I p m
Daushters. of the AnTican lUToiation DaiMlnj
Open 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Smithsonian Institution Open 9 a. m. to 13)
p. m. (mcludim; hohdajs).
Gorernmcst 1'nntinz Office Open 10 a. el to 2
p. m.
Nary Yard Open 9 a. m. to 533 n. ra.
Soothv-orth Cottage. ZUh and Prospect tc
Key Mans'on Heme of Francis Scctt Key. author
of "The Star Spangled Banner." 3318 M street
northwest. Open daily, except Sunday, 9 a. m. to
"J0 p. m. Admission free.
IX THL SDBCnBS.
Arlmcton National Cemetery.
Chery Cbate and Kemnzton,
Zooloc-.cai Park (opea all da;).
rtock Creek findzf and Park.
United SUtes Natal Academy. ArnapoUs. Md.
Mount Vernon (the home and tomb of Washing
ton) Open 11 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Kaial Obserratory Open 9 a. m. to 3 p. ra.
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if THE II
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AT THE THEATERS
THE COLUMBIA.
Charlra Clierrr and Mlm I.mnrette
Taylor In "The Seven SI1ct."
PJvery Ingredient necessary in the prep
aration of a theatrical entertainment de
signed merely to entertain humor, color,
action, spirit, and romance has been
blended with utmost nicety of proportion
in the farce, "The Seven Sisters," which
captivated a large audience at the Co
lumbia Theater last evening an audience
distinguished by the presence of Presi
dent Taft and a number of other official
and social dignitaries.
"The Seven Sisters ' is one of the few
foreign comedies Mirvlving the various
processes necessary to their transmission
to the English stage. Taken from the
original Hungarian of Fcrencz Herczegh.
translated Into English by Ferlke Boros,
and adapted for its present exposition
by Mis Kdith Ellis, this delightful little
play has been staged with the usual ex
quisite Juste by Daniel Frohman and
placed In the hands of a company of real
plaers. The result Is like the Hunga
rian goulasch served In our restaurants
nn appetizing, savory, Americanized
versloii, retaining enough of its national
flavor to be different from our blunt, un
aromatic roast beef, but with some of its
calori" qualities toned down to meet our
less liery taste.
The story of the farce concerns Miss
Laurette Talor and her six sisters. Miss
Taylor is Mici, the fourth sister,
doomed by th inexorable laws of Hun
garian domestic economy to stay In short
frocks until her three elder sisters have
been married oiT. The family being poor,
likely suitors arc few, and the three
eldT sisters are threatened with that
worst of calamities to befall a Hunga
rian girl splnsterhoodw hen In dashes
Charles Chcrr, in the role of Count Hor
ko. lieutenant of the reserves. Falling
in love with Mici. he undertakes to he
cure husbands for the three elder sisters
so that she will be frc to wear grown
up clothes and look over the marriage
mart herself. To learn how the count's
schemes are carried through to a highly
satisfactory conclusion for all concerned
Is worth a trip to the Columbia Theater
to any one
Mr Chcrrv is paying us his first visit
as a sta- He is one of those unfortu
natelv rare figurrs on the modern stage
a strikingly good looking man who can
act. If the era of matinee girl heroes had
not declined with the paslng of the
swashbuckling, rompntic drama, Mr
Cherry would have to have a secret serv
ice guard to protect him at the stage
dor. He has a most magnetic person
ality, his diction is a dlight to the ear,
and his acting Is finished and dpft.
To Miss Taj lor. however, has fallen a
role of such unusual possibilities that
hrrs Is the decisive triumph of the pla
Ker Mici is an impish Impersonation of
rebellious, budding womanhood that will
live in the memorv long after the voung
est of her six sisters is a grandmother
In her lighter moments she Is an Irre
ttiMe madcap, in her serious scenes
: he Is alluring and convincing When
the right plav has been written for her.
s-he will be one of America's most popu
lar stars
To mention the other players deserv
ing commendatloin would be but to re
rat the cat of characters The play is
in four acts, each of which has been
given a charming and characteristic
stage retting. E. R. S.
CHASE'S.
Polite Vaudeville.
Ther Is a feast of good acts at
Chase's this week, headed bv the eccen
tric rhirncter comedian. Hugh Herbert,
in a remarkable playet "The Son of
Solomon " It Is a story of a Jewish
pircnt and his wayward son. with the
usual happj climax M- Herbert could
lint find a better vehicle in whirh to
illustrate his abilitj, and is capably as
sisted by Thomas A Kverett as the
son and Miss Margot Williams as his
daughter T-e sketch is well staged, and
.-. moving picture, showing the bov's
droim of bis downfall, furnishes a pa
thetic touch
Thomas J Rvnn and Mary Richfield
in another of Will M. Cressv's Higgerty
farces, are sufficient in themselves to
pack the popular plaj house Billed as the
famous qinrtet from the Grand Opera
House. Paris, I.cs Cadets dc Gascogne
gave a French operatic offering which
met with approval Ano'her refined at
traction proved to he Bernard and Dor
oth Granville, in a little love sketch
full of good singing and repartee. The
Shamrocks and the Thistles, lined up In
a polo match on bi"vclcs, presented a
sporting event the like of which is sel
dom seen in vaudeville.
Cirina and Barbara opened the bill
with a musical act which went well, and
Marie and Billie Hart followed in "The
Circus Girl." which was a riot of fun.
"Huhbv's Troubles" were realistically
depicted in the motion pictures.
THE NEW LYCEUM.
The Star Show Girls are the attraction
at the New Lyceum this week. John
Racker. as a typical Peck's bad bov,
Bert Weston, as Isaac Cohen, a Hebrew
landlord, and Frank Murphy, in Irish
specialties, do their best to tangle up the
p'ot of the two burlettis, "The Recep
tion of Willie Green" and "A Model's
Surprise," and receive most of the
laughs. Five very good vaudeville act
serve to balance the two acts, in which
Rosalie. In catchy songs: Frank Mur
ihy and company. In a laughable sketch;
Nicodemus, a comedy instrumentalist:
BUIIe Reel and May Hadley. and Gertie
I,c Claire and her five pickaninnies all
pleased
BARON DE FOREST'S SUIT
FOR SLANDER DROPPED
Case Which Caused Nervous Anxiety Among British
Aristocracy Fails Will Sue for Divorce.
London. March 2T.-Baron de Forests
suit for slander against his mother-in-law
Lady Gerard, and her brother. Hen
ry illlner. which has kept many persons
in high society In a state of nervous anx
iety for the last few weeks, was dropped
to-day after a brief court hearing. In
which tho baron himself went upon the
witness stand and related an amazing
story of his wife's Indiscretions and final
elopement with a young guardsman.
The failure of .Baron de Forest's case
was due to Lord'Derbs convenient lack
of memory and the Ineffectual efforts
o the barotv's counsel to subpoena an
niher witness, a woman said to be of
equal prominence with Lord Derby.
As recently cabled, many persons nas
tily left Ensland when they found that
dc Forest's suit was coming to trial. The
result shows that there Is more than one
.i..ntlnr lrn aoUed linen of the
British aristocracy from being .washed
b jrabUc. What we mnneaoe oc
THE NATIONAL.
nillie Darke, In "9axanne.
Miss Billle Burke, just as saucy,
piquant, and birdllkc as ever, the very
epitome of the coming spring, fluttered
before her usual charmed audience last
night. With elfin sprlghtllness she is
everywhere at once, working the various
puppets, roguishly shaking her auburn
curls and wearing adorable frocks, but
even her most ardent admirers must feel
a final plethora .of sweetness and long
for a real play. "Suzanne" Is one of
those slender Gallic comedies that are
much too fragile to stand an ocean jour
ney, for this old story of a comfortable
bourgeois family, Its petty strifes and
ambitions, gains nothing In the retelling.
Mr. George W. Anson, as an old Bel
gium brewer, draws the character with
broad strokes verging on burlesque, but
It is, nevertheless, the most human In
the play. He receives able assistance
from Rosa Rand, as a termagant wife.
Julian 1 Estrange, well known from
previous appearances with Miss Burke,
plays the manly Frenchman with sin
cerity and force, while Conway Tearle
has tho role of the other suitor for
Suzanne, which he plays most con
vincingly. Alison Sklpworth also con
tributes a quietly effective bit of char
acter work.
"Suzanne" Is preceded by 'The Phil
osopher In tho Apple Orchard." a pas
toral by Anthony Hope. It Is a dainty
little conceit, capitally rendered by Miss
Burke and Lumsden Hare, and one
wishes that the order of its presentation
might be reversed. The dessert is served
before dinner
THE CASINO.
The hit of the Casino Theater vaude
ville bill this week is the act furnished
I bv the musical Klelses, four clever mu
sicians, including two boys, who, besides
playing thr violin, 'cello, trombone, and
cornet, proved themselves masters of
the xylophone The cider boy's Imita
tions of Creatore and Sousa leading their
, bands were particularly clever. Gertrude
Maxwell proved a delightful singer, with
I charming changes of costume for each
1 song Crawford, a slack-wire walker and
! juggler Taft. a comculan of song with
a whistling specialty: the Caslin Sisters.
i two clever joung singers and dancers,
ami Frankie I.a Marchc. the Buster
, Brown girl, and her dog Tigc, rounded
, out an enjoyable bill.
THE GAYETT.
"New and dainty" about covers the bill
when one describes the "New Dainty
Duchess" company which delighted the
audience last night at the Ninth Street
burlesque house. Joo Morris heads the
cast, and as a Hebrew with Irish inclina
tions keeps the house busy laughing. May
Walsh sings her numerous songs In a
way that makes those in front wish that
she had a few more numbers on the
programme She comprises the daintj
part of the performance. Others of the
cast who were good arc Sam Green. H
L. Harvev. Oscar Lew-Is. and F C. Hen
derson. The olio comprises three num
bers, including the hit of the show,
namely. "The Three Ires " The Wat
son Sisters and Lewis and Green also
received their share of the applause.
THE COSMOS.
Though the Cosmos has had many good
bills this season, this week's programme
appeared to eclipse all of their previous
efforts in presenting a smooth, well-balanced
bill of vaudeville specialties.
Especial mention must be made of the
Four Clovers, who made their Initial ap
pearance yesterday. While some parts
of the act seem a little, rough, it is de
lightful as a whole, and its several sing
ing and dancing numbers have Just
enough of a storv to hold them together
and bring out the comedy points.
Dorothv- Richmond's plavers. in a little
playlet of college life. "Two Bos and
a Girl." Lillian Stone In- a singing and
pianologue act. Chick and Chicklctt. In
a comedy cycling act. Gertrude Klskc. in
a straight singing turn. Jules Harron. the
"Little German." as the "Star Boarder."
all find favor.
THE MAJESTIC.
An excellent show was presented be
fore a large audience last night at the
Majestic Theater. The performance
opened with a late motion picture, fol
lowed bv Ritchison's dog act. Leslie Se
cardo, the lady with the bells; Lawler
Puitier. In "A New One;" Kingsbury's
comedy musical act; Conley and Mack,
comedians, and the I.a Petite Kmelle
Troupe. European cyclists, composed the
remainder of the bill The Majestograph
concludes the programme with another
late picture.
THE COLONIAL.
The war game pictures at the Colonial
Theater. 917 Pennsylvania avenue, be
ing shown to-day and to-morrow, are
proving of much instructive interest.
The cavalry and infantry maneuvers and
views of life at Fort Sam Houston are
shown.
THE VIEGINIA.
As usual, the Virginia has new pic
ture offerings not to be" seen anywhere
else In the city. Harry Chick sings each
afternoon and night, and the Virginia
orchestra renders feature music for each
motion picture.
George had failed to accomplish. Lord
Derby and his other friends have suc
ceeded partially In bringing about.
Baron de Forest is now in the unenvi
able position of having disclosed his
wire's infidelity to the public gaze with
out advancing his own interests or ob
taining his cherished revengo upon Lady
Gerard or her brother. Henry Mllner. and
this does not tend to ameliorate his al
ready great unpopularity In English so
ciety. The baron, however, declares this
is merely the first round ot the fight, and
declares that the stories circulated about
him by I.ady Gerard and Milner are of
3uch a heinous nature that he Is 'bound
to ventilate the entire affair for his own
protection. Be announced to-night that
he Intends to Immediately sue the baron
ess for divorce, hoping thereby to bring
out the whole matter and vindicate him
self. The baroness, meanwhile. Is living
ruietly In a small flat Jn the East End.
avoiding society, having, for the time be
ing anyhow, discarded her, youthful
troardaakaB.
VICTOR
RECORDS
FOR APRIL
OUT TO-DAY
Come and hear Montgomery & Stone's Great. Hit,
"TRAVEL, TRAVEL, LITTLE STAR,"
The Big Success of the Season.
DROOPS MUSIC HOUSE
1300 G St.
(r
Massachusetts Avenue
Heights
Will bs opened for sale
Monday, April Third
Watch for the announcement
in next Monday's Herald.
Thomas J. Fisher Cf Co.
Inc.
Agents
738 15th Street N. W.
VICTOR
TALKING
MACHINE!
AND
PHONOGRAPH
OWNERS
will do veil to stop in and
hear the new
April Records
in our exclusive parlor.
Prompt and courteous treat
ment amidst refined and artis
tic surroundings.
Records, 60c Up.
Machines, $10 Up.
Special terms if desired.
PERCY S. FOSTER
PIANO CO.,
Foster Building,
1330 G STREET,
'Phones Main 317 and 318.
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W1NUST0BM WEEAKS HAVOC.
Torlc (PaA Troller tnd LIsbtLns
System Put Ont of Service.
York. Pa., March 71. A windstorm, ac
companied by haU and rain, caused con
siderable damage here this evening. The
entire trolley and electric light system
was put out of service, the transmicslon
line of the Tork Haven Power Company
having been torn down when lt was
struck by a barn that was picked up by
the wind and carried a distance of 150
feet-
A number of telephone poles were torn
out of the ground by tho wind, which
had the velocity of a tornado, and many
trees were uprooted. To-night York Is In
darkness, and not a trolley car is moving.
Seeds of maple- trves bare been known to ebt
minate in ire.
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A California product with the rich
flavor of ripe apricots a delicious
after-dinner cordial.
$1 a Bottle
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ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
HOTEL CHELSEA
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Occupying an entire block directly on the Oeea"
Front, with no obstructions to the vjew. In thi
fashionable resident section. Offers the highest
standard of hotel excellence in appointments,
rnuine and service. 3 luxuriously furnished bed
chambers and suites having private baths (fresh
and sea water) attached. Lanre Folarram and
music hall overlooking the ocean and board uialav
High-class orchestra. Billiards, cafe. pool. etc.
French chrfs. Golf privileges. Auto meets trams.
Booklet and t-rms upon request. Open all yeac
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High-class family hotel, every modern appoint
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rooms due to open surroundings. Private bsthsj
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HOTEL JACKSON
OCEAN END VIRGINIA AVENUE.
American and Eferopeaa plans mnsic. Open aTli
year. J. H. GORMllET.
HOTEL GLADSTONE,
ATLANTIC CTTT. N. j.
Directly on the hpich. Rooms en mite, with bstla
with hot and cold salt water. Son parlor. Eteraton
to atrect lertL Booklet mailed. N. J.. COLLINS.
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Fire-proof. Larsre sun parlor. Booms with prri
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Oorsn end Massachusetts Are.
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Reocena April 1. DU. JACOB B. HAWK-
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Atlantic Citj. N. J.
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the Stttl Pier-open all jrar. ..
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