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a-n Legal Faverits to Appwer Duing Seid. bees. tibaeta for the "Ten Star ce-w lw" sories are selling at the Oem0 4 T. Arthur Smith at a rate that shows apprseoative the mpusie lover of the ar. et the ansevation whish Mr. be ts Is as here last sesen The Mret seiies brought to Washington 6 number of stare of the first rank and duce Of thseveral new artists, SI trons an opportunity to pass to of the sotng start. By buy g sesn tckets music lovers were bled to bear all of these artists at prim far below the ordinary seale, This winter the list of those who will be heard Includes even mere notables thm the Initial one and the demand for mete is unprecedented. The series will be ened Friday afternoon. October V, 4e the New National Theater when Trances Alda will be heard. Mme. Alde. Who was formerly the leading soprano with the Metropolitan Grand Opera Com gamy, Is one of the most sought after emeert singers et the day and a warm tVeWife in the Capital. The seiee will bring Frank LaForge, Julla CuIp. Anna Case, the Russian ynphemy Orchestra, Percy Grainger and others equally as well known and liked. IC URREN ATTRCTIONS (MINTMlBD FROM PAGE OMad of Vaudeville specialties of a high order. "Stolen Sweets." described as an efervescent concoction of com Pressed hilarity, is the title of the curtain-ralser, which serves to intro duce the entire company. The title of the second Is "Forbidden Fruits." The members of the company Include Narry Hearn, Charles Cardon, Joe Flynn. George Gilday, W. J. Hoyt. Helen Byron. Clara Gibson, George H. Thurston. Fern and Biglow and Coo per and a chorus of twenty singing and dancing beauties. The musical numbers include "Pve Proposed to So Many..Hawaiian Moon." "I'd Wed the Girl I Left Be hind." "Oh. You Naughty Men." etc. A mystery act of extraordinary inr4t. "Stella." which will be Intro duced for the first time here, will, it is said, have the audiences In a state of bewilderment. Leew's Columba--Lemere u Erich. Lsanore Ulrich. who, after achieving a mest remarkable success upon the speak ing stage in "The Bird of Paradise," east her lot with the motion pictures, will be seen on the screen of Loew's Columbia Theater the first four days of this week, beginning this afternoon at I o'elock, in an elaborate picturization of "The In trigue." a romance tangled with the lines and cross-current. of the international plotting that is bound to take place at a time when great nations are engaged in war. The entire production Is mounted in a meet lavish style and affords Miss Ulrich ezceptional opportunities for displaying her magnificent histrionic powers, all of which she makes the most of. 0 the same program will be seen Charley Chaplin, the foremost comedian of the stage or screen In his latest screen portrayal. "The Pawnshop." a typical Chaplin portrayal, with all the faree eamody erowded into every moment for which he is so Justly famous. Starting on Thursday and continuing the last three days of the week, Vivian Martin, the delightfully fascinating young star of the Oliver Morosco forces, will be seen in a pIcturinatton of "Her Fath er's 8o,." a story of the old Southland before the war, revealing all its charming glory. A poor father and a rich uncle, who has no son, cane the tangle, FRancee' father, dying, pledging her to this masquerading as a boy. Under her unele's roof, with his daughter Betty as a chum, the deception becomes very amusingly difficult. Many are the strange oarryings-on of this whimsicael young "man." 3Uautiful little VITia Martin as Francis carries the part with a spirit of mischief that is most fascinating, and the story presents one that is bound to carry Its audience with it. Coemaes-Vaudeville. One of the unique spectacular novelties of the vaudeville season, "The Bachelor's Dinner." a musical comedy with elaborate sPecial scenery, a special musical score ,and many clever innovations, featuring Rose Gardner and Jack Henry, with a company of thirteen merry young people, Will be the extraordinary attraction of the Cosmos Theater continuous bill of vaudeville this week. Other features of stellar character will be the Valdos in their mystery act, "The Enchanted Cabi net;" Gordon's Comedy Dogs, in a new and amusing canine exhibition, and Grace Oinclair and her company in a strong and well-played comedy-drama In tabloid. A film feature of extraordinary im portance will be "The Combat.' with Anita Stewart pictured as the star, In a powerful six-reel story, which will be shown daily at 12:30 and 5 p. m. only. The other vaudeville attractions will in clode June Mills and her company in a comedy entertainment of the "jumping JaCk" type; Gary Owen and Mary Camp bell, In exclusive songs and entertain moant; the Clover Leaf Trio, in rube songs and harmonies, and Fox and Wells in "laugh Chatter." with musical embel lishment- The Pathe and the Selig-Trib toe news weeklIes of the latest issue and a Frank Daniels anImated laughmnaker will round out the bilL. Today's perftorman.ics, presenting all the attraotions of last week's bill, will start at a and ron continuously until M:in p. m 30e90's Garen-harles Chale. A triple feature program embracing ernsedy and drama is announnoed by Tom Meore for showing at the Garden The ater today, Monday. Tuesday and Wed -nesday. Chares Chapln, the highest sal arlsd fnumae before the camera today, Win lead the laughter portion of the bIll in his latest funfeet. "The Pawnshop." As a rule thee "loan establishments" are mnere aseodated with tragedy, but there can be no gloom when Chaplin -corners end he leaves a meteroric streak of merriment in his weke. In "The Pawn shop" he appears as the proprietor's as distant. who does everything from mop pheg the floes and polishing the gilded tega to guarig pricelees Sents. All through the pleture Chaplin Is on view, which guarantees laughter, Epecially funny are his arguments with the varn ems customers, his encounter with a hugs, balky ladder and his run-In with the enterprising burglars. The dramatic section of the program W0l be In the capable and experieneed hands of Winnifred Greenwood and Ed weed Cozen In "A Woman's Daring," A slhg the edventures of a wquan hattung esynd treeedous odds to pre CMsthe sanotity of her BrSie. A meweand original Mutt and JTet ani Ued frtoon will oeniudo the pro Itm Thn to dstuhday Inoinoive. S a bsbe m eeomas pla', Nfane Oel, wilN grae the sores. ta a'vsan 0 e elane -0 need man eman* n as .p ums. i. n-emdu. was~ nheeg am.see Ie awth the Geans sem video Mine O'Neil with her beet messra vehicle. The added attraction will be a comedy %arce, "Her Installment Furniture," tea turing the expert funmakers. Rosemary rheby and Harry Meyers, in the leading roles. Special musical accompaniments by the 3arden Symphony Orchestra will be a laily feature. Moore's trand-Beasio Love. Today, Monday and Tuesday at Moore's Strand Theater Bessie Love and Wilfred Lucas will be featured in a picturisa Lion of the well-known novel "Hell-to Pay Austin." In a mining camp wanders an itinerant preacher with his little daughter. Through an accident he meets death and his child is adopted by the rough miners, who stand in awe of Austin, the brawny superintendent whose propensity for fighting gains him the title of "Hell-to-Pay." As the little walf grows older Austin falls in love with her. rhe miners decide their protege should go away to the city to be educated. Austin detnurs, but is overruled by the others, who play a game of poker to determine upon the college to which to end the girl. Miss Love as the girl is winsome and all times fascinating and Mr. Lucas makes a robust hero. The comedy section of the program will be headed by the slongated film comedian, Slim Somer ville, in "The Winning Punch" in which he impersonates a pseudo pugilist On Wednesday and Thursday Norma ralmadge. who gained stardom as the heroine of "The Battle Cry of Peace," will head the program in "The Social Secretary.' It is a *ell contrived study of New York society life and one in which Miss Talmadge enacts a dual role. Fay Tincher, the popular funmaker, will also be seen in a sartorial farce comedy "Skirts." Frank Keenan, who has a long list of successes to his credit in filmland. will be seen on Friday and Saturday in a thrilling racing drama. "The Thoroughbred." Mr. Keenan is seen as an aged follower of sport whose fortune is saved when his horse wins the Kentucky Derby. The laughing portion of the bill will be provided by Mack Swain in Mack Sennett's Keystone farce, "Vampire Ambrose." The Strand Symphony Orchestra will render special musical acompaniments. Coaieo-Euraie Williasms. The widely exploited and sensational film story. "The Scarlet Runner," which pictures Earle Williams in the stellar POLI'I Every Evening at MI. Madines Tuesday, Thrsda A___THEd1 L.asgts T -WITH 'OH WHILE THE 4 BY EDWAR Anther of The Reesary. The Prisemer Old VIneenses. The Spenders. L Prseting the World's Foremoe 1t The Most Seleet Custsess 10:30 A. 3sslay Cuisgess P. U. to 133 P. I. ANNIVERSa On the occasion ofits annivers COLUMBIA T H EA ER wishes to have made its phenomenal success Our policy in the parts has been policy, and hope you will continue TODAY-MONDAY-Ti LEN OR E "THE IN iateigsing for pseem i EXTRA CH THURSDAY, FRIDA1 OLIVED, 30*og VIVIANI "HER ATH4 =I - --a IsaW sam so thoroughly satisfie does David Be lasoo appear to have been with Washing ton's ImntedIato and warm in4orsement at Praoses ftar in "Marie-Odile" whoa that beautiful ittle play of convent lie was firt brought out hero two fesoons age, that he has declded to give leal theatergroos the opportunity of psbslig first Judgment on her newest play. "The Little X44Y in Ulue," which will receive its premiere en Monday night, October lS, at the Belar-o Theater. In this latest piee. whieh is described as a roenantie comedy, by HeNrse Hodges and T. Wigney Pereyval. Miss Sta" will aPpear as a well-bred though somewhat Impoverished English girl of 21, whose good looks and keen Intelligeneo are en ployed in bringing a young wastrel. pre vlously kicked out of the King's navy. back to respectability and position. The manner in which she accomplished his reformation is said to be very charm ingly and appealingly set forth. The lo cal, and period of action-the scenes are laid in France and England in the year 1130-ehould certainly provide a pictur esque setting for this quaint little tale, which is sure to be taken full advantage of by Mr. Belasco. Miss Starr's supporting cast Includes Jerome Patrick. Horace Braham, Freder ick Graham. George Giddens, Albert An drews. Charles Garry. Roland Rushton, Lucy Beaumont and Eleanor Pendleton. Nattoal-"Fmir and Warmer." Washington is to have very early in the season one of the great big hits of last year as Selwyn and Company an nounce Avery Hopwood's famous farce success, "Fair and Warmer," for presen tation at the National the week of Octo ber 16 With the New Yor.k Company, headed by Miss Madge Kennedy. "Fair and Warmer" i called an the billboards "a play of temperature and temperament" and it is literally that. It's all about two young married couples who get in an unusual mixup through differences in temperament and one hus band and one wife in an attempt to arouse the interest of their marriage partners through jealousy. proceed to get beautifully "lit" togeather. Follows the funniest farce tangle of the past twenty years. The cast in ad dition to Miss Kennedy. who Is the featured player. includes John Arthur. Ethel Wilson, Robert Ober, Arthur Stan ford. Jane Seymour, John Morris and Harry Lorraine. Keitb's-VaudevIlie. Jack Norworth, who has been in Lon don and the English provinces since the beginning of the European war, and who i credited with having made the greatest and longest hit of any American come dian seen there in recent times, is again In his home country, and next week will lead the Keith host in their fun "drives." Jack offers songs and stories of war hap role, is announced for first showing to day at the Casino Theater. This Is the film version of the celebrated "high speeed motor car mystery stories" written by A. M. and C. N. Williamson. authors of "The Lightning Conductor." Today's film play, which has the sub title of "The Car and His Majesty," pictures Williams as a handsome young spendthrift, who puts every cents he owns into a powerful, red racing car. which he calls "The Scarlet Runner," and In which he sets forth into the world to unearth genuIne thrills. The rival attraction on today's pro gram, which will be continued tomorrow. Tuesday and Wednesday, is "The Shield Ing Shadow," a mystery by George B. Selts. This program will be followed on Thurs day by a multiple-reel production called "Through the Wall." TONIGT at8:IS LAST TIME OF BINGING UP FATHER Prie, 2C, S., 75. r and Saturday, 2.-s e ko OUT r INCh d .. ..r.ts .ie...someone "ITY SLEEPS D 3. RosR, Of Bends, JOAnee 7eredith Also of 0d Z-._ungaDavid_ e e. morning 4tJe& Afternoen I BIA L* .1O'15'25' U. 1s 11 P. U.. | Pregra. Cage buodys sad Thruiays RRY WEEK ary, the Management of LOEW'S thank the thousands of patrons who a'ssible. oa please you; tue wWl contiue this our patronage. ELSDAY-WEDNESDAY ULRICH dise" Passe. in rRIGUE" Sta eevet en ienteterase ARLEY CHAPLIN "THE PAWNHOP" AND SATURDAY. MA RTIN ER'S SON" pjt. s the ~-,Wegi eft asAa ml is on en oihwig The e ntr o mbei aNVef nt reitlsapttehe wit I as rond Sylvia jaonano the of toghes characteristic mus.al M nwi g tt taion'Si Cat P os he Ia' ritloilis Quartered;" ld 1107086 a 11116 silenc. is a now vole..thrawlm a *201o the Colwt;" the 1Iiahsn "Me Purty of the second -1" 4 1duller. the eccentric comefee; Walig roadley and Grette Av4ipe. then Byan recitals and the path& ei p gorird. '41'e12-"Wii. the city sleepe.l "While the City gloeom" a s" Iraws by Edwar, X. Rees. will be I ktYSOU304 at P1,1i's the week %so"u Monday. October IL-Mr. RoneIs waill -bred as the author ot ---e5 nd other successe. Rowiand and Clifford have airs I NEXTs WE.B AVI ELAOU E aft. 411sOf, $I'm, ILBE 6 Nighb--3 Aft All AVALANCH Iy am Armsy the Moet anti ymges and Do THE NEW YORK MIGHTY MUSICA W-L WITH ~ AL JOLE WASINGTOS NATH Am& the Orignal Dhemiawey Bleet paw-famed S1-- Pf resSut & Matisses TWO NOTABLEI NEXT WERK. Seats Tomoerrow. D)AVIDn SILAS0O Will Presen FRANCES STARR In a RetrahImgly Now Remand.tl CEmsedy The Little Lady In Blue 33 lrees uedes sad . hehe Pere1Tv. WITH A SPLUNDID ]SELABCO NEXT WEE-GIEATUT I MILLON DOLLAR SPEI CIVILI RHAT S NW 15c-Prices Sundi MGhll IALMA.1E Ow GRT TRIF CHARLES AWNSHOP RAT N D ELAN E _AE EXTR-R E yTHI PA SNOPrj~ u SEIAL--HAN AND ATZ. INE Men a -saabeUe ame Into hi. v", ty ass,~1ty in be erlesue. t. 1: Al Raves. wh for he past ten. ty-Ive yeai all be one of the M t forem-ot producen tt novele is the I retue man 1 thi4 b ar his famous i a0tty how" to the Gaety Thoe net Week. The zhibitto of Il models with which the perbormese . eludee will. It Is said plase eves the meet artistiO eye. Atwo-at fare entitled 'Ilan maog. " showing two see." in Chia Stown and a baauet room In a Fift eveuu mansifn. is this year's vebilee M ad" while almst devotl of a plot. to Ila rich to thoe" elements which go to a make up an entertainment of a hig% *- arder. Charles Robles and Al Greem P" two of America's beat burlesqu be PA-1 IIPM. Tbbu suI. ILu nrpes- 30 Hmrs W OF AOU1RNT. Dfut Girlt fnd eleveremt domediaa. teers the World. WINTER GARDEN'S L EXTRAVAGANZA' 0( N E ON of se with Ito fo iger, Eveyu Everyork. DEAVSO EVENTS WEEK OF O(Th33R Sz Mail Ordler Filled New. NO ADVANCE INl PRICE&. Direct from one yer ad a halt at the Blas". Theater, NeW York. DAVID URELASCO Will Present the Beet Comedy of Years. TIE BOOMERANG 1y Winehell Smith ad Vieter Korea. with the Ideutical New York cant elud a Arthu By0 RuthShce7.Wallce dlager. Martha Redmnm. eceephme Parks, Dorothy me Iw.ds Wterman IUCTIN SF MENK TIMES ITIALE IT TU. No 118E ZATION DULD STOP THE WAR Lys and Holidays-15c 1 IDENIt E FEATURE SHOW - WINNIFRED ODAY GREENWOOD EON. "" - WOMAN'S BARING FF IN "THEIR DAI.Y LIFE." "HU- IRON F.lON SAT. I 'HER I1NSTALLMENT FURNITURE.' yes ad Hoiday-.1e a O. AUSTIN ILLE IN "W'INNING PUNCH." -EATRENJAMMER KIDS" CARTOON SOD. 3CIAL NCHIER'IN "SKIRTS." SAT. T000BE IN -vMaIW.5A~ra-~L NEW NATIONAL THEATER eNalag fe moe amUfa6m fM, Week aSOamma1e emaewww 314 . KLAW & ERLANGER and GEORGE C. TTLER Pwm LAURETTE TAYLOR Is a Now Play THE HARP OF LIFE By J. Hartey marnefs will atake her reaapearanee to New Yrk. MATINEES w".-"' RESENEB SEATS M..T Next Wek-. Thursday-"Mat. SELWYN & CO. PREGENT Fair and Warmer A Play .Tefmperature and Temperam t. - MADGE KENNEDY As M=1T1 '"'. TEN STAR CNCERT SERIES T"m . Am" Oet. 7-N.w. 10, 24-Do. 8-Jan.S, 2O-Peb. 2, 16-Mar. 14, 8 Tksutas for the eAoil . s . T US Nr Balas mm 0 Uat s . 5.F. KEITH'S DAILT" AY in MATS., 25s; EVE'S 26est. S1..."-.,i Aegimming Temwrw Vat. amd Eediag Net Baday Night TWO STARS TOBETNEE TO TIEM TUE CROWD KEITU-WARD The Eminent Dramatic Aeter The Lovely Amneriean Mmger EDWIN ARDEN BELLE STORY Qu a y Rrte Thr1ng in In HeIr Farel to eoVaudevill. Play by Oliver WhitA. Famous MAvorltea. THE BwlEST, LITTLE MUSICAL COMEDY II MARY SEA0s S '"The FEr Ibands C."'.."" .'":"im , waagTeoka Mat sai mod.e nextf Vi.,.. Delasadm * TWOAN RANSUO~f.GERD OTN CLROWDHANS WAN ur TA PDA ient D ipe Aorg Tee lya m he PIeal.L T",-d.. FR IT SC HEFF, a N AL HERMAN AND ALL LAST WEEK'S STARS AND SUCCESSES. fGAY ETY TODAY & ALL WEEK MR. GUS HILL OFFERS MIDNIGHT MAIDENS A MerG l-Rond of H m er, Beauty and Seg. A Sho. Of Quality .ad Merit. Featgring JOE FLYNN and HELEN BYRON "That Fl ey tile. Tad" A UrwaFy Prime Bean s AND A CAPABLE CAST, INCLUDING Harry HearsCansCarden-Feru, igie. and Meehaa-..g Gkday--W. J. Heyt-George H. Thurgi a d Vuroe and t Ie World's Famots ChorPs Of "Midnight Maidema." NEXT WEEK-AL REEVES. 0 PI Casino heate IMatS,0I At 7th and F Sts. Eve., 15. T DAYgouTUs Ay, & TO o P. A. WEE Today, Tomorrow, Tuesday and Wednesday EARLE WILLIAMS "THE SCARLET RUNNER" UERALBINE O'BRIEN & THURLOW NUREN "A WOMAN'S FIGHT" THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY h Ail Ship.an, William er, & Beargt hiot "THROUGH THE WALL" Arm lArmed, lph KllArd & Les Bary "THiE SHIELDING SHADOW"