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Last Night at Theaters TmiTm "IV rmmmtmm "* **1*; All Um glittering. garish spectacle that usual >7 accompanies Wtatar Ouda product. -ti preaent, *"'" rounded by an abundance of clever talent, with gtrts. girl., ?trta_ta the "Pitting 8how Qt H18," which inau -hit ought to b? a pro. parous repeat engagement at Poll? much to e* In these massive Broadway productions, prodi gal with frills, fashions and farbeVowi KlToXl 1. tempted to forget the en In men. Is for the ear as well as the eye- Then the Howard brothers, ^h?WB?r? and other, take the reins. ? I The Howard brothers. Eugene and Willie will probably re4gn Ion* In Winter Garden history for their brand of entertainment blends perfectly with the main Idea of these pieces? little or no story, plenty of damsels, dancing and musta. elaborate scenery sad costumes that daasle. In such a ????> on. can safely drop the Howard brother, anywhere and rely upon them tr get more than their .hare of laughter. They measure up ?> 100 per cent in the current vehicle, m &t they could be used a UtUe more In song and comedy without getting tiresome. John Burke wa. a cloee runner-up last night for the laugh honors. He had h.s monologue anent the dran lsw. a bit familiar to some, but ap parently brand-new to the majority, and he took down one of the .ubstan tlal hits of the early portion. A closer student of the burlesque school Is Win H. Phllbrtck. fitted with line, of the low comedy type, but brimful of laugh-making POM'^111" fully realised Roy Cummlds. filling In acceptably In the dancing numbers, has a golf scene. and ludicrous. The nece-sanr lsug^ are Injected early and often by this '"of'^he women principals. Helen Carrlngton and Leeta Corder, stand out In a huge cast not notable for vocal talents. The choicest bits of Jack Mason.s musical numbers are placed In tlieir hands and hand led with <*ie regard for the beauti ful stage pictures. Emily Miles. _ln the. duet with Roy Cummins. 1II Mske an Angel Out of *<>"?" ?"<* alone in "Baby." had the whistling hit. of the show. Alexandra Dag mar was an adept foil for the corned ians. It wouldn't he a Winter Garden show without a chorus of pulchri tude and this production is no ex ception. They are as fair a group to look upon as musical comedy has culled for some time and they are decked out In such an array of Ms&rre and sometimes startling costumes there Is a double charm. The familiar and popular runway is usod early and often for close ups of both principals and chorus. In passing a word Is due to J. C. Huffman for some gorgeous and pre tentious stage settings that add in no rmall measure to the enjoyable total. The lighting, too, was superb. In its entirety "The Passing Show of 1?1S" 4s bound to please those who crave this sort of entertainment and the packed house last night showe.l by audible manifestations it was let ting Just what It waked. \*t tonal?"Fla-Flo." "Flo-Flo" and her familiar riot of exponents of one of Broadway . most daringly sparkling comedie., none the warped lor re-appearlng in the Capital City, negotiated their tuneful and hilarious bit?with lin gerie 'n everything?before an ap preciative aadience that er .wded the National Theater last night to wel come her and her. hack to the E street playhouse for the current week. With a scintillating comedy per formance cast for a quota of per formers who have already won their spurs, the piece made a pronouiv -d success. A breath-catching fashion revue and a display of ling?r>e on the model chorus girls provided ela borate features of the show. Mabel Withee. in a leading role, with Katherlne Stout as "Flo-Flo." were pronounced hits. The former, an ingenue of appealing charm and grace, carried the main lines of the book?if book it was?set into an ailarious round of song and dance. Flo-Flo's costumes?not any too elaborate in volume for the greater part of the play?verily could have narted a stampede on the side walk. to quote Policeman Casey of :he cast, when she posed as a lin gerie model In the fashionable shop .omewhere In New York, where the Irst of the two acts transpires. There's lots of trick dancing, lots of aretty airs, lots of fun. Especial credit Is due to the performance of Thomas Handers and Arthur Millies, uvenlle comedians, who have adopted ?fiarles Chaplin mustaches and who ?re able to convulse with trick and vith their conspicuous derby hats ?nJ heir nimble feet- As eccentric dsnc ers they are peerle.. and sure-flre ar tists. Theirs Is the funny iob of oar MEAT INJURIOUS TO THE WHEYS Take * Tablespoonful of Salts If Back Hurt* or Bladder Bothers. Meat Forms Uric Acid. We are a nation of meat eaters and our blood is filled with uric acid, says a well-known authority, who warns us to be constantly on guard against kidney trouble. The kidneys do their utmost to free the blood of this irritating acid, but become weak from the overwork; they get sluggish; the rliminative tissues clog and thus the waste is retained in the blood to poison the entire system. When your kidneys ache and "?el like lumps of lead, and you .ve stinging pains in the back the urine is cloudy, full of sedi ent, or the bladder is irritable, ?liging you to seek relief during e night; when you have severe :adaches, nervous - and dizzy ' >ells, sleeplessness, acid stomach r rheumatism in bad weather, ,et from your pharmacist about ?ur ounces of Jad Salts; take a ablespoonful in a glass of water icforc breakfast each morning and n a few days your kidneys will ict - fine. This famous salts i? :ia<le from the acid of grapes and cmon juice, combined with lithia, ind has been used for generations o flush and stimulate clogged cidneys, to neutralize the adds in irine, so it is no longer a lource >f irritation, thus ending urinary ind bladder disorders. Jad Salts i* inexpensive and annot injure; make* a delightful ?(fervescent lithia-water drink, and lobody can make a mistake by airing a little occasionally to :eep the kidneys clean and active. ?Ady- * Ting a good bit of talking part In unraveling what purports to be the plot. The latter centers In the quest of some fourteen fair chorus utrls and artlat'a* models, along with a few other capable vampires, of "catch ing" Billy Cope, of Oskosh. who has Inherited a fe?( cool millions but who doesn't know It as yet. But Billy loves Angelina Stokes a hometown belle, who shows up in New York, and who reems to be destined to marry the vil lain, Count Pedro de Segullla. An gelina Is broke and the count Is sup posed to have a castle in Spain, along with a fortune. But it's only supposed as the last curtain of the last act ! reveals. Meantime Flo-Flo, who ! Vamps" Billy aa hard as she can. i but jrainly. accedes when It Is evident that Billy and Angelina are in love with each other. j A1 Shcan. cast as Isldor Moser. ' proprietor of the lingerie shop, and hla business partner. Robert Simp son. creditably season the humor of the swiftly moving Intrigue, j 1 They Incidentally dance and sing their way merrily alone. The show la set In two acta, elab orate In scenic background. The acoro la extremely tuneful. The costumes are a specialty and an exceedingly splendid array of femi nine adornment. Keith's ? V and evil I*. The roast beef and gefullteflsch schools of humor divide honors at Keith's this week In the person! of Wllkle Bard and Jimmy Hussey. And both are equally worthy of the palate of the vaudeville epicure. With the aid of the blonde and beauteous Tot Qualters, Jimmy Hus ;ey the Jassastlc epic of "How She Killed the Shimmy in the West." Dramatis personae Include six shiver ing cops, a shaky Jury, and Jimmy as the quaking judge. Indeed, as Tot's marble shoulders move wickedly, t ie very scenery quivers in sympathy. She Is acquitted, of course. Pleasant interludes In the trial are provided |y two Hebrew dlttlea sung by Jimmy with such fine Yiddlsherie that the audience inalsted on further Instal ments, which culminate In an awful verse, narrating how be mistakenly ate a pork chop. Wllkla Bard produce* several now number* for hta aecond week here. In one be la tbe belated Benedict returning home to wide with a gift of posies, the perfume of which he hopea will drown the line aroma of Bourbon which cljngs about hla per son. His aecond turn deplete a be ruffled matron with a thirst for the opera and Is chiefly enjoyable be cause of Mr. Bard's assistant whose conversation Is a fine lesson In Eng lish aa she Is spoke in dear old London. It la Impossible to'say whether the Bne success of the act 'of William Demarest and Slelle Collette Is due to their really excellent violin play ing or the flop that Mr. Demurest does on bis ninth vertebra. We kind of incline to the fall. Katherlne Murray, in a succession of snappy, snappier and snappiest songs, shows that she knows how to get words and mu*tc~acroes the foot lights. And She wears the most beau tiful gown we have seen for many a moon, all concocted out of Ivory satin with touches of flame tint, and amoky tulle, and little satin applas as pretty as the one that tempted Adam. Herbert Clifton 1* a he-man who Im personate* a vampire and leaver us with the memory of the roughest looking lady we erer aaw. From Chinatown to Broadway !? a lone Joy ride but Pearl and Ouy Mas ley dance the distance In twenty min utes. Their Chinese dance Is chiefly remarkable for the presence of an Insanity-provoking little Chlnky Vlc trola record. After this they soothe our nerves with a pretty costume dance reminiscent of a faintly tinted frragonard pastel. And then ? they wake us up with a whlrly jazx provo cative of waves of applause. The Nippon Duo are a pair of ex ceedingly gifted young Japanese gen tlemen. One of them tickets a ukalele until it quivers with Joy. And the other does a Jig on a barrel with his feet in the air. (You can't explain It any better.) The Donald Sisters look like a pair of Aphrodites but they demonstrate that they have muscles of the Hercules order. Caaarae ? Vaadevtll*. An all round bill of real excellence Is offered at the Cormos Theater this week, with fine music, a unique show of magic and fun galore, topped by "The Decorators." featuring Harry Bewley in>a one-act fare* that keeps the audlenoa fairly In a roar |hnu|b oat The <My?tlc Hanson Trio, "a magic nun." and two very pretty maid* in fantaalaa of magic, dainty ?nfi and very attractive dance fea ture". 1* one of the beat offerings of Ita kind aeen in Washington in a long time. "Memories," a song study, affords opportunities for a One male quartet and wins applause not only for the beauty of the songs but for the noble manner of their presenta tion. Gordon and Gordon, contor tionists, eccentric danoers and very smooth acrobat.i, open to big applause well deserved. Mort. Harry and Mae offer a sketch "Waiters Wanted." which is a scream, with new and funny lines; the Roxellos win both applause and laughter for beautiful music on the harp and on quaint instruments played by "a souse" who Is one of the best comedians In vaude ville. Carson and WlUard round out the bill with their amusing play on words in lona Mine with Its silver ore?"or what?" using the old ma terial with a new grist along the same line, which is very laughable. Taken in its entirety the bill is good entertainment for a blue day. In spite of the fact that the added attraction. Dorothy Dal ton'. hrUlta melo dramttlc romance. "I,*Apache." to a Ut trade. Tat the Fatty Arbuckle comedy, "The Hay Mad." afd tha Pathe Newi with th? thrilling para chute leap of Beret. Moon aaatly de tract the attention from the trade features of tha fllm play. FLORIDA WOMAN HIT BY AUTO; MAY DIE ; Mrs. Jessie Willard. Jacksonville, Fla., living with Mrs. H. Ralph Bur I ton. 2631 Garflefd stret northwest, 'is in a dying condition at George Washington University Hospital, as the result of being struck by an au | tomobile on Fourteenth street north west. between K and L* streets, last night. Charles Jones, colored, driver of the automobile, was locked up at the I Sixth precinct station. He claimed he was driving at a low rate of speed and blew his horn to warn the people in the street. Ail of them stepped back, except Mrs. Willard. who. he said, he dfcd not see. and for this reason moved on. 8he received a fracture of the skull, lacerations, and other Injuriea. A Delightful AD-Year Resort OLD POINT COMFORT ATO PAMOn CHAMBERLIN HOTEL MODERN " STEEL STEAMERS NORFOLK * WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. air Ticket Office, ?? FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS Store No. 1, 7th aad K St*. N. W. Store No. 2, 7tk end E St?. N. W. Stare No. 3, I4tk aW U StL N. W. Store No. 4, 7th and M St*. N. W. 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T>efKel de*? l*ebeco Past# pie's price Tooth 390 Knly?oe Tooth Paste; Peo- A pie s price Pepsodont Tooth Paste. Poo- QfU pie's price o;7r Sanrtol ? Powd?r 210 Fv?rhaa*a Tooth Paste; Faople's prfco* 49o <K\a or pasto^.. Shealfer's Sharp-romi ^""sa.oo Pipes, C. P. F. Bakelite, RiAny shapes d?0 AA to select fron JpOsUU Bhavtaf Mlrroa an<1 Mm sS1#:.... $2.39 Stores, tn Chrhrt $2.00 Metal Hot-Wster Bottles Do.tonlan?a staae. make, |)Mvy metal, nickel plat. ed> (usran. gj c.q teed I year. T1,0'' C.lle Metal K?t. water Oottl. 9. 5,'.n; $1.79 Character Dolls I-arae a.aertment to seleet from. 69c to $4.98 Towel Sets, eentatnin? larpr towel face towel and <M OQ waih clotfe,lllt,(Mnit T ? Kenan's rtne Assart ed Chocolates, ^ -J A Q 2-lh. Holly hex Miller's Assorted Choc elates. 5-lb. box ...... Qroeittel tS Oil^lual srfs.rr . 63c Mcrabejr's Mild CbacnUt* $3.25