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manh Company, ""who wlU-weeeniMe ehjel Swwwa.trom the London -end New
Chsrlee Dickers stayers, of. LoodosL
Aar.es Dickers players, 'Lolo,,a
"Berooce.- aaamea rrom rA
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'When -Mr: Terrlss -and his corapear
were a few hundred, sines from New
York -on . their westward' Toyase. last
September ther were handed slips en
which' to declare 'any dutiable article
they mlrht be brlnclnav Into this country.
Belns too' busy- to .fill out ye .lists or
n-anueets. xerrus cave the 3oo to Mr.
Pearson, his assistant stsce director.
Pearson plunged'-heartily Into the task,
and was,.settinr;.onVfamouIy,' appraising
scenery, properties, and .costumes, when
be came to an item' 'readbfaf One tall
coat,worn.by Scrooge. " . - .- '
'There," said Pearson-, to. himself.
"that's- the coatMr. 'Terrlsssald was a
genuine s. uicKens rello and that be
wouldn't, take fifty pounds for. WelUm
Jut ;cut Mr. .Terriss' figure in, two, put
the-coats In 'at twenty-five pounds and
fool the cuitoms people.'.' v 5
Pearson said nothing ,ot, his bright
Idea, the Vessel-docked and -all -was well
until 'the 'customs house broker, a Mr.
Mlddleton. j handed" Mr. -TerrUs, hl bUl
for the;duty.due.'Uncle Bam.-' The young
actor-author adjusted his eyeglasses and
scanned the account. When-his .eye
rested on the total, he exploded. "My
wora, .Mlddleton,- but this is an outrage,
Wharavait JUA vaii . oa iak a eABBlsln
wherever did 'you -get such a terrific
valuation on my roods?"
Why the value seems all right. Mr.
MTerrlss,". replied Mlddleton. "of course
you have one ,: Item there that's pretty
itu, a cuu,i iiwcnj.ara puuncut Dl
Eh! What!" broke in Terriss. "A coat
at twenty-five pounds, great Scott! man,
where, la itr
"Right there." Answered Mlddleton. In.
dleatlns the Item in question. ,
Tarries sat down hard on a basket
liaraper and mopped bla brow. He ex
p'alned to' the custom official In attend
ance, that the coat was an actual Dick
ens relic, having been worn by an old
butler who was In Dickens' employ when
the latter lived at Bleak House on the
coast of Kent.' ."But," , said Terriss.
'When I, told Pearson that I wouldn't
take fifty pounds for the coat I was
speaking of Its value as, a relic and try
lng- to Impress him so he would take
good care, of It. I never expected that
the blithering idiot would Inventory It at
such a price. However, I suppose you
will permit us td change the manlfesT"
"I'm sorry, replied the custom-house
officer, "but that cant be done. You have
declared It "and you may considers your-
seu iucity that we do not raise its value
to correspond with that which you have
Just admitted." j
There was nothing to be done there
fore, but to place the coat in bond-j-an
eld coat valued by the United States
Customs at H2S, 'but for which a second
hand clothier would hesitate to pay
SASAH BEBHHASDT TO
APPEAR IN VATJDEVUtE
The event of the past fortnight at.Lon
don theaters -was, rays a- correspondent,
the reappearance--of Sarah Bernhardt at
the Coliseum. The great actress had al
most a triumphal procession from Folk-
stone, where she landed, to London, and
since then has been receiving nightly
adoration on the stage. She wu remain
for six weeks. Last week she gave the
third act of Hugo's "Lucrece Borgia,"
and the critics all agree that while ber
wonderful voice nas lost some or its mel
lowness and richness with age, ber art
has so constantly Improved that It Is now
beyond hope'for any one to copy her.
Relative to her American plans, Mme.
Sarah says; "I do not care to undergo
the strain of another grand tour in my
repertory and prefer to appear in the
vaudevlUe In short plays of scenes from
plays which I have produced at various
times."" jS'. .
Once' more George Bernard Shaw de
nies current reports that he will visit'
America. "The nearest I ever cot to
New York was when somebody booked
a passage In my name."
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sestationa of divorce trial ever seen on
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"With .the exception of .Winona .Shannon
ana Laem stooretne company ta ur
ilsh. and numbers such well-known Lon
don favorites aa Elite Norwood. Evelyn
Beerbohra. Charles Quartermalne. Richie
Ling,. and Herbert Budd.
I KaUemaJ "The SpriaK 'Mai."
Christie MacdonaM and 'her New York
company will again appear in Werba
Lueseber's production of h'e delightful
meratle success. "The Bmina- Maid." at
the National Theater next week. This ls-l
Its second season on tour, and It has
been received everywhere with aa Inter
est and acclaim equalling "that or its
' On- some occasions a star seems to
have been born to shine in, some particu
lar opera.- Such U the case of Miss Mac
donald, as the saucy Princess Bosena.
8he la as-refreshing- as a spring morning
and as sprightly as a wood' nymph.
Prominent in Miss Macdonald'a sup
port Is "Tom McNaughton, the funniest
comedian England baa sent over here In
years, and twenty other principals. .Be
sides these, there wiu"be the famous
"Spring Maid" beauty chorus and ballet
of .fifty and an augmented orchestra.
Ca-lMSnMta "1st Xsua-.ftwsa Hosae.".
"The Man From Home," the drama
that, enjoyed almost C0 performances in
Chicago and was a sensation at the
Astor Theater for more than a season,
running seventy weeks, will be the at
traction at the Columbia Theater next
week. It also ran for twenty-seven
weeks in Boston, the first play In twenty
years to pass' the 300 time mark W that
city, returning- there later for four Weeks
more. To cap the climax. It lasted
eighteen weeks to big business in Phila
delphia, nominally a poor theatrical city,
more than doubling the best previous
record of any dramatic attraction.
The theme of the play Is said to be
a blow at snobbery. And it It hinted
that It has a "punch" that has been de
livered with no uncertain hand.
The' Llebler Company is responsible for
the production of Messrs. Tarklngton
snd Wilson's play, and has retained, so
far as Is possible, the splendid original
cast that helped "The Man From Home
to, Its initial success, six years ago, with
William Hodge in the leading role.
Chase,s Pallte Vaadevllle.
Ths head and fortfront of the fun-pro
voking forces at Chase's next week will
be Kate Ellnore, last season the comedy
hit of "Naughty Marietta." and for years
before that one. of the greatest laughing
attractions In vaudeville. Miss Klinore
is assisted by the Broadway music-hall
comedian, Sam Williams, and. together
they win oner rne Hunter ana tne
Next In importance Is "My' Lady's
Fans," ths latest Parisian stellar creaj.
tion. In. which there are beautiful living
reproductions of .the fan paintings by
Julian Doe. the famuos French' decora
The third Inclusion will be William
Rock's production of "The Top o the
World Dancers" and "The Colli Ballet"
In the tersplcborean fantasy, "Kris Krin
Next in headline order will be the for
mer favorite character comedian of the
Columbia Players, Stanley James, who,
with a capable little squad of funmak
ers. will present "Blxby's Baby."
"Bads o' Melodic" another recent
quartet hit. will add comic songs and
amusing chatter, and Robinson New
bold and Marie Louise Orlbben, late of
"Miss Hook of Holland." will give a
musical revue. Ben Beyer and brother
in eccentric comedy exploits, the pipe-organ
recitals at 1:30 to 2:30. 7:30 to 8:20 p.
m., and at intermission, and the ani
mated weekly motion pictures are the
remaining numbers In. the varied pro
Academy "The Gamblers."
Charles Klein's stirring three-act play,
"The Gamblers." will be the attraction
at the New Academy Theater next week,
under the direction of the Authors' Pro
High finance, with its deceit, treachery,
and disappointments, that In many in
stances ruin the lives of men and women
who engage In It, forms the foundation
for the -drama, which .will be ably pre
sented by a cast schooled In the various
characters, under the personal supervi
sion of the author.
The production which will be presented
here will be the original scenic display
that waa seen during the record-breaking
run of the play at Marine Elliott s Thea
J'ter. New Yorkv - -
- 'Poll's Taadevllle.
For the second week of the vaudeville
season the management at Poll's prom
ises an even bigger bill than for the
opening. Franco's animals will be the
spectacular feature. Franco, who suc
ceeded to -the distinction, of world'
greatest animal trainer upon the death
of Frank C. Bostock In London Tuesdsy,
brings to America this season a wonder
ful array of trained monkeys, everyone
said to be a star simian. Dogs of un
usual ''-Intelligence -will supplement the
The comedy headllner 'of the pro
gramme will' be 'the minstrel act of Ward
and Curran. Mr. Ward brings to Pell s
an entirely new sketch called "The Stage
Door Tender. other features are tne
premier duo. in a refined singing act; the
Larsrdona, two women and a man. who
will discourse comically on the woes "and
Joys :of automobile ownership; Felix
Adier. a clever .monologue artist: Clark
snd Verdi. In art Italian travesty; the
Zola 8lsters,; who will dance and sing,
and -the" Poll photoplays. ,
Cayety r"Tae Taxi. Girls." r
The Farrell Taylor Trio once more
heads the "Taxi Girls" company, which
is to speed Into the' Oayety. Theater next
weekv using' the Ninth -Street playhouse
as a comedy, garage.
' The -"Taxi Girls" are seen this year
In "the two-act burletta 'which tells .the
story Of two stranded American actors
whd "are trying to make their way back
to the States after, av disastrous tour In
Mexico. There Is plenty ' of plot- upon
whieh. to- hang., number1 of ridiculous
situations- whlefcare cleverly acted by
the famous trio, the Bemon Duo, Ward
and; Bohlman, Ida Bayfon and several
other principals; There, la an "excellent
vaudeville feature also and the' chorus
Is safld to-be unusually pretty and most
8exMt, -a amlaxy of six
leal palas. rn aiaeJodlous offerlag.
wae.Fwur. HarBsoay: Bpys. late of
i.z)octaatader's xmapany. In a mlnUv
tare, otrenng ot ratnetrtlty, are two, of
- featore , osTertaaa .. ttwatlsed , le'tha
titled 'The Plumber's, "Mlstaka." Vara
uuBaing.r:-rae my wotaan, parodist--and
a novury.aaauoiiincKand Moore,' eomavt
dlans. ,ln ' a musical ottering, will be
the remaining? numbers, of. the MIL 'The
Pathe Weekly -.Review of worl4..-veta
Ly in Jl-fijriw -Whirl t Mirth. r
One of 'the'tatrfieuler hventt of ths sat
son aV the' Lyceum Theater .win be found'
m Chariev Daniels' "Whirl, of Mirth.'
hlch,lsio bi next week's attraction.
The jasjawrmance., opens with a- rapid
wain, ox, musical merriment and exhilar
ating nonsense, called "Cartoon Land.'
ssrvrng to'lntrodiice the entire company
or neany- nity people.
The -olio conu!aa:.flve vaudeville acts.
and the closing .burlesque. "Rubbing- It
an. una mixture OE color, .song,
fun, dazzling effects, lavish scenic and
electrical displays, end'superb costuming.
All of the world's' series games wIU be
reproduced on the playograph in con
junction with the regular performance.
. Castas VaadevlUe.
A laughable but effective why" for a
sensible wife to cure an undesirable ad
mirer of Vhls 'foolish infatuation is said
to be shown In the, little farce comedy of
Poala, Cremonotl and company, "Curing
a Tenor." the headline offering of the
Casino Theater for next .week. The act
comes recommended' for Its laugh-making
The Viola Dup, In a nove!plferng of
polite entertainment: linden and .Buck
ley, blackface comlquea In a-mutlcal act;
El iBrendel." a 'comical stage- German
comedian. In a sketch with special scen
ery; Raphael Qualano, with, a novelty In
musical -entertainment, and -anil another
act which will be announced later, are
also promised. ,New and pleasing film
features will supplement the bill.
National Elateadorf Lectarc.
With f "See f America Jim" as .his slo
gan, Dwlght Elmendorf this afternoon
will give the first of his series of lec
tures at the New National Theater.
As his subject for the first lecture be
has chosen "The Heart of the Rockies."
and during the series he will carry his
hearers through the picturesque great
West, showing the wonderful beauties of
our, own country.
Mr. Elmendorf has Just returned from
an extended trip over the Southwestern
'snd Western part of the Continent, and
all of the pictures are new.
To-morrow afternoon the Columbia
Theater will again be In the field to cater
to the Washington fans who have been
unable to attend the great world's series
of games between the New York Giants
and the Boston Red Sox. With the Ro
dler electric scoreboard in operation and
a direct wire connecting with the ball
grounds, the Columbia patrons' will be
fully as well advised of the fine points
of the game as those who witness the
The afternoon attraction at the
Garden Theater is the world's series
games on the Electrascore. Evening per
formances Include an excellent bill of
vaudeville, with "Sweet Innlsfallen," by
Will J. O'Hearn and his company of
eight. Irish players, and splendid scenic
effects, ss headllners. A Clever pair of
dancers and singers are Jack and Lc-ola.
Hop Handy and company feature a
novel soap bubble blowing act, and Hil
ton and Hughes are excellent German
Shepard and Edwards are an un
usually clever pair of entertainers. The
pBbto plays are of the usual hlKli stand
Fun, and plenty of it. Is to be seen at
this theater. To all lovers of genuine
Jollity, laughter, and good fellowship It
111 be found that this musical stock
company fills the bill in every particular.
The name of John Grieves has long been
allied with musical shows as a producer
cf comedy of the wholesome and snappy
type. He has been eminently success
ful, and Mr. Grieves believes that In his
present company he has a show that will
keep the merry bells pealing during his
tcnantcy of the house. ,
The two comedies entitled "Jimmle
Valentine's Pais" and "The Little Prin
cess,' comprising the stock portion of
the entertainment, are fully up to the
standard set by the management, while
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the vaudeville contingent, headed by the
Two Luclfers, is pleasing patrons. Miss
Nina Collins and Elva Grieves are lead
ers In song, while Rust Forth and Ralph
Earle supply life In their particular line.
John Grieves name Is one to conjure
-with In the' Use of musical girl shows
at.d productions of the wholesome, snap
py, comedy kind. His present musical
comedy stock company Is one of the best
he has ever brought to Washington and
Is pleasing a succession- of fairly good
audiences at this theater. Dally mat
inees, with every night shows at 8
o'clock, are the rule, with concerts both
afternoon and evening Sundays.
Oar Carinas OsTtprlna.
acn th BronklTQ Life.
'Pa7 what Js a brooklet?"
"A small brook, my son. Now go out
and play, daddy wants to read the pa
"Well, what is itr
"Is streamlet a small stream?"
"Te yes," testily. "Run along now."
"Say, pa. Is a hamlet a small ham?"
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Dr. Albert W. Kabl, of Buffalo, N.
Bay practice- for tke past X years. I
forehlldren." ' ".
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Dr. S. J. Hmmii. of It Loala. lla. aara: "I n ed aad lmoeriBai
tomb Castorla la zay saaltarluai aad. oatalde practice to a xumbee oCreaYa
auidtadltto baaaeicUtrmdTfcr ehndrea." j
Dr. 8. X BnrriariiTi. of FUladtilpUa, Pa, aara: "I bare need tost Caa
tori la the ease of. ray ovm sabr. aad aad It pleaaaat ta t, aad avj
ebtalaed excellent rasalta frosa lta jae."
Dr. J. K. Slipsnajatjf CUeaxe. VL. aaysr 1 Bare wsed yoer Casteri la
cases of eollo la eandrea aad aara foaad tt ta Best awllda ef lta a
.oa tae market." .
Dr. R. K. EsUldsoa, of OMaa, KeK, laTBr n xad roerr Castorla to '
atandard family remedy. It la the best talac for Infanta aad caUdrea I',.
have ever aaowa aad I recommend It. ?
Dr. L. K. Robinson, -of Kansas City. Ma, aaysr Toor Castorla eertalalr,
baa merit ; Is not Its ace, Its continued rase by. mothers taromra all these .
years, and the many attempts to Imitate lW'ammdeat rerowiaiardetViat
iffhat caa 'a payalclaa add? Leave It to the mothers.'
to. Ed wla 7. Pardee, of Kev Tork City, saya: Tor atrreral yean I aara.
recemmended yonr Caatorla and shall always coatlaae to da so, aa lthea
bratiably prodaeed benffldiT resnlts.
Dr. H. B. Slier, of Brooklyn, W. T, aaysr, 1 object to what are eaOeC
patent aedldaea, where maker alone knows srhat Ingredients are pat ta
fJketa, bat I know, th formula ofyoar Castorla aad adrlse ltaasa.
QINUINK CASTORI A ALWAYS
.a Hsatra kaa RiaaavwSa luT
r w f r EF 9 ' f7
Tie KindYon fia?e Always Bought
In Use For
The National Cathedral
School for Boys
aa XpteopaU coantrj tAoel, oemp-rtae it- bnU
rol dtw hosBtj oa
Mt. St. Alban
A .Preparatory School, offering txotpUosa! adna-
Tha arfcool ""- It eat of the ant aotera
and bast tqtlpped In tba cooatzr. Tht facnlty
coaapriarl eollrra graduates of neofalted aMlltj.
Boardtnf and day deparuneota bort fnoa T to IS
Pall term opens Srptenbar S. 1111
Tha Biabop of Waahlxiton. prtaldat of baud of
For cttalogat tddnat
E. L. CRKOO,
' FOR GIRLS
mS-iraS t ine Ceaaeetleat Ave.
CMlest xveparatofT. academic, roUftlate, and
efectiva aiuiwt. Foar rears of high aebool atndr
for pupilt not coint to collest. Bern couran
for ttndaeta dolns work of ooDrtt grada. rrcpar
atlao for European trarcl. mnaic, art. -lanffoactt,
tad ctjUtaliai. Out of door aporU.
MISS CHABLOTTK CHITTENDEN EVKUTTT.
I31T WW ITJItlt ycjca
BoBttaeptaa Baortband. Trpra-riUai. and Ertltoh
art Utabt ta both oar laj tad Risnt Bc&ooL
Uood pttttlont an aarartd for titdattta. Call.
vrUa. or phc Main lEt jar Cat,
Southwest Comer M and Efereath
Thirtj'-cJghth Year Opens
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Somers,
Mrs. Adelia Gates Hensley.
MJUMMJII, IMTM MB BMJf.
wBtwAf I . SPSt BBSi BsSSS St. E. taaaa
K XaaoBblt tnetiet tneslr. Mordia Otst.
iiiw BTCoius.aiaaoia auiuun.
u utrena nonaajasi
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
10 SMaatk St. It. a. nsss Use. ma.
WuUiftH Sctfwl if AMMiiaKy
FnaasasBtl tdteattta St stvoaatttscya pnssrlaf.
as attis eartatctU at esttaVd' pestle trrwultel
sad Ss? BttsBtat tdsakatantioa. FitetkBl seek
lajulill adtpssl tostta ftfojtd tVsstg the das:
sast ssBtta on ttanac. Can or tddrast. rarae
tet et.assmtlna. T. 1L aJL.ntoa.HK
Z AXcs-siAwrBaixi.Ai,; I
.thread, aab. tad baasaass tBstwa,,AJss
msBaafi. tLaVBBKSuaBBamA, aBsansa jsasxr anBama
' ' J ' f. - JaT XX.- XX.sV .. i.
-- tU1.- ' k-J .at r'as "
aaDamxnr-nffM anr -caw .TWa- '
to Chas. H. Ftetcher.
Y., says: "I hare used Castor! la
regard it as an cxeIlt'rnxHciBO
VL PaaL Htaxu aaysr "I sWra
Over 30 Years.
Tf tarty teeoad year.
Daj tod lAtt Aftamooa Baaatata.
Calambtaa College, A. B,,B. 8. In Chem,
Cellesre ef EagiaeerUtr aad aieeaaata
Arts. B. 8. in Arch, C. E, E. E, and
Cajletw ( the PelHteal Seteaees, A. B.
""ehra Cellege. A. B. and Teachers'
Offices: 2023 G Street
ii! 'Gradaate stadlea, A. M, U. 8,
Departsteat ef JtedJefae, M. D.
Dcpartaeat ( Dcattsrry, D. D. S.
Offices: 1325 H Street
Departsteat at Law, IX. B, IX. If,
M. P. Lv
Office: Jiew Masonic Temple.
Kattoaal CtOlegw ( Fharataer,
808 I Street
Canewe ef Veterlaatr XetUetaa,
'2113 14th Street
General Office: 2023 G Street
1811 I Street.
Thessaa W. 8ldweH. A. M Till lea T
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
Thlrtarta Year Bests Sept, SB.
Review of Revlewa
vtawmseeiitan . . . j -
rnbUabes- priot. KM: Club trie after Koatsabat
. KCa. If deatnd. Good BouarUtttnc Barpsft
Baaar. Bearat't. JIcOnre"a. Modem PriadDa for
ta Tears. Pttrano'a or Flctorial Betieaf maj ba
unaitotad for Coamoootitan. Write for eatisiasa en
tsy siantlne. I can dapBoatt anr offer made br
tar pabUabat or tftner.
JAMES S. rHASER.i . ,
XIS KeaeU Bid-., llta aad 6 Sre.'
Wt srlve Herald saaeee eeateat vatasi.
7i , Z ' .-a
IF yoa want bargains in. Hard
ware of every description.
Don't fail to visit .
Saail's Hirffin Stm, 713 7 ft I.W.
Wt Glie Votat ta.XM Bttaart SEes) OaawsW
DO YOUR, FEET ACHE?
The quickest simplest, surest remedy la
Fifteen Cents a Box.
WeCrrs Vttst at Ike HsBaaTs SSUSS Ctattst.
WORTH $10.00 r
SO .wafers Golden Rule' , Stossach
WTaera for arlT flM,ln' -
Caatlat' ftSfsalBs' New Jersey and .
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A XUscUlcal Contractor. '
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