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Coming to t
lil.ni nmik*
"Smilin* Tbroogh." a ftnlulle com
ady la three tcU by Allan Laagdon
Mania wUI be praaented by' th?
?e twins. with Jane Cowl as star.
at tba ??lafc.-o Theater next week. The
cant Includes Ormd Caldara. Henry
Stephenson. F-'nelbcrt Hales. Charlotte
Graavllle. Ballne Ineecourt. Philip
Tat.ge and Marion Bertram.
Bill- " ? -Pteeadllly itm.'
A spot light revolver adds
a thrill to i the new comedy
-Piccadilly Jim." by Guy Bolton
and P- Q. Wo4ehouse. authors of
*<Oh. Bay" and "Oh. Lady. Lady!"
which coinm to lh? Garrlck next week
ecmmencma Monday evening. Picca
dilly Jim Is the nlcKnanv of Jimmy
Crocker, a young American, who has
kept I?ondan tailors busy. With plenty
Of clothes, out otherwise broke, he ar
rive* In New Tork. First Ihlng he
saves Awe Chester from being ran
ever by a taxi Secondly he falls In
love with her. Thirdly, he hires out
as a kidnapper In order to be near
bar. and luckily enough! A real crook
has mined entrance to the household.
and It Is bis spotlight revolver that
Jimmy snatches and makes use of in
the crucial momenta Stuart Wslker.
whom Washington remembers erate
fullv as the producer of "Seventeen"
and Portmanteau Plays, presents "Pic
cadilly Jtm." with Oregory Kelly, the
brilliant young comedian of Willie
Baxter fame, ^n the title role.
Pall's?'Zip: uaes a Million:"
The offering at Poll's. beginning
ne?t Monday night. December =. will
ha' a new musical comedy under Ihe
personal direction of F. Ray Corn
stock and Morris Gest entitled "Zlp
riw a Million!!- with Harry Fox
In the character of Breesv Brewster. ,
Who "xlpa" the million on schedule.
The piece Is founded on "Brewster's
Millions.".from the novel of ths same
name by " George Barr McCutcheon
The musical adaptation has been done
by Guy Bolton, the lyrics by Bud.l
de Sylva and the music by Jerom**
D.' Kern. The cast includes Uw
rence Wheat. Edgar Nelson. Marie
Carroll. Ivan Simpson. George T
Meech. Edna Bates. Clara Mackin;
Joseph R Oarry. Marguerltte Frltts
and fcthel Ford.
Satloaal ? The Better 'Ole."
- -The Better Ole." the famous com
edy with music. wll be the attraction
at ihe National next week. It is based
upon Capt- Balrnsfather's cartoons of
life In Die trenches, and is a wel
come departure from the average
class of war plays. This play is in-1
tensely human and humanly logical
a ad makes a perfect appeal to the
B. r. Keith's ? Yaadevllle.
Next week at B F. Keith's there
will he an extra matinee at S p. m. j
on Christmas Day. At the regular ,
matinees on Monday. Tuesday and
Wednesday the Rotary Club will en
tertain "the children of Washington]
with a visit from Santa Claus. Th? |
Marion Morgan dancers will present!
"A Dance Drama in the Time of |
AttllaBlossom Seeley with Bennie
Fields. Grossman. Lynch and I-opez
will give "8eeley's Svncopatcd Stu
dio:" Gladys Clark and Henry Berg
man will appear In "A Rav of Sun
shine;" James Thornton: Eddie Bor
den. supported by "Sir" Frederick
Courtney: Mile. Dolores Valleclta:
. the Ramsdells and Deyo: and Ed j
Marshall are other inclusions.
Chsip Vaudeville.
Joseph J. Sullivan's production. I
"Frocks and Frills." Is listed as the I
" pre-eminent feature of the Cosmos j
theater hill next week/ Other acts I
Include Meln-tte and Leedom; Phyl-|
lis Gilmore and Company in "Black
ma;l": Burns and Gary, dancing
comedians: Gibson and Pollard, in a
planologu** Wastlcka and Under
study. performing 'seals: Hose
Hchmettan and Brother. In legerde
main: and Douglas MacLean and
Doris May in "33'i-Hours Leave." ?
tiayety ? -Oh. tilrl."
Peter S. Clark's "Oh. Girl!" com -j
pany will present the musical bur
i letta "Passing the Buck." described
as "a veritable merry-go-round of |
mirth." at the Gayety Theater next
week The cast includes the names ]
Of such favorites as Ted Burns. Dan
ny Murphy, 'Gene Morgan. Raymond |
Paine. Carlo de Angelo. Drena Mack. |
Josephine Younge. Frankle Burns
and Eatber I-ang. whose efforts arc.
supplemented by a chorus of twenty.
Folly?"Bine Birds."
On account of the fire which de
stroyed the Washington home of the |
American wheel burlesque shows. ;
the new management has taken
over the Folly Theater at Ninth
itr<4>t and Pennsylvania avenue
wherr "The Blue Birds" headed by
Jack Miller and Frank L. Wake
fteld will be the opening attraction
commencing next Sunday matinee.
The entertainment will be in two
acts and nine scenes. These promi
nent amongst the cast include Dotty
Ray. Ruby Wallace. Charles Smith.
Heien Andrews and William Lynch.
LMW'I Palaee ? "*? AlTMttK ??
???a fa."
The attraction at Loaw'a Palaoe for
the balance Of the current week will
continue to be "An Adventure In
Heart*." the adaptation of Anthony
Hope * story In which Robert War
.wick has the atellar role- The pro
ductton la aupplaroented by a Chrlstl*
comedy. Mutt and Jeff cartoon. Top
ical Tips." Pathe New* and an over
ly. ^he Evolution of Yanke*
Doodle "
For the full week beginning next
Sunday afternoon at J o'clock, I-??* *
I'alace announce* a* It* chief attrac
tion. "A dirt Named Mary." the latest
starring vehicle for Marguerite Clark.
Maare-a Rlalta? Heart ?' the
Mary Pickford continue* to draw
capacity audiences at Moore ** Rial
ta Theater, where her lateat picture.
"Heart o' the Hill*." Is now In lta
second week of showing. For the
coming week the Rialto announce#
Katherlne Macdonald. In the ro
mance of the strangest marriage on
record. "The Thunderbolt." An ex
cellent musical setting la provided
by the Itialto Symphony Orchestra.
Crandair* Metropolitan ? -Healed
Heart a."
"Sealed Heart*." by Eugene Walter
and Edmund Goulding. with Eugene
O'Brien and Robert Ede*on. will con
i tiuue tht feature of the bill at Cran
! daJl's Metropolitan. Beginning Sun
I dav and continuing for the entire
| week, will be ahown Aral time in
I Washington Rex Beach s The Girl
| From Outside."
I l.oew's ColaoiMa ?Se?Mf Haya
! kana. la "The "an."
t The attraction for the last threo
day* of this wek at Loews Colum
bia. I* ginning today, will be Toe
Tong Mar.." the lateat starring
vehicle for Sessue Hayakawa.
?The Tong Man" is a production
that furnishes Hayakawa with one
I of the moat red-blooded role* he
i ha* ever been called upon to de
Iplet. The Columbia announces as
I It* chief Mature for the flr*t four
| day* of nest week, beginning Sun
day. 'The Cinema Murder.' adapted
i from E. l'hlllip* Oppenheim'* fam
lous story, with Marion Davie*. The
i attraction for the last three day* of
[next week, beginning Thursday, will
i be "The Beckoning Road." with Hf.
! Hie BarriHcale.
traadall'a Knickerbocker.
| Today and tomorrow Olive Thomas
1 will be seen in "The Glorious Ijw|> ?
! The bill also provide* "The Hay
! seed." Roscoe Arbuckle's farce.
Jack- Pickford i? the star for hat
; urday only in "In VNrong
I Sunday and Monday. Rex Beach s
'The Girl From Outsider Tuesday
and Wednesday. 'The Joyous I'lar.
starring J. Warren Kerrigan; Thu.s
! dav and Friday. Conatance Talmadge
in "The Virtuous Vamp;" Saturday.
I "High Pockets." starring Louis Ben
KHrr'K gtraad?"Desert tiold."
"Desert Gold." Benjamin B. Hamp
ton's life "picture of the Zane Grey
novel, continues as the chief attrac
tion at Moore'* Strand Theater,
through the current week.
No announcement has been made
by the Strand management as to
the coming attraction. Attractive
musical features, together with
short subjects of interest, complete
all showings.
Moorea Garden ? "Everywaai."
! "Everywoman." Walter Browns
mortality play, continues to hold ca
pacity audiences spellbound at tnl*
popular house. There is every indi
cation that the run of the production
will of necessity be continued an
other week. An orchestration of ex
ceptional effect and appeal has been
(raadall'a? "Lave. Honor Andf
Today. Friday and Saturday. Cran
dall'a will offer Honor And.'
with Stuart Holme* and Ellen Oas
Sunday and Monday. ' HJs Divorced
Wife." With Monroe Salisbury; Tues
day and Wednesday. Constance Tal
madge in .Scandal;" Christmas Day.
I Fndav and Saturday. Mabel Normand
[ in "Jinx."
I National ? Bartoo Holmes.
[ Burton Holmes will close his resu
! lar season here next Sunday nisht
and Monday afternoon next with
"V anished Russia ' as his topic. Me
has made a particularly interesting
study of that splendid, pictorial Kus
*ia which has probably passed never
to return.
Mnsonle Auditorial?Maria Coade.
The program for the joint recital
of Maria Ci.nde, soprano, and Max
Rosen, violinist the second of the
Thursday evening series arranged
bv Miss I-aura Harlan, which w ill be
given this evening in the Masoi.ic
Auditorium at 8:S? will be of keen
? nterst to music lovers.
1 ii I: K i'l .it
.1 brilliant photoplay adaptation of the
Jammuf < cumnpolttan Mayaiine Kit
J story of ttrrten lift behind the rtfmera
?Dirtcted ky Ctorgt Baker ~
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Ec/n<j Bdles
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OARRtck ne/rt
1 * i
Members 'of the original **Floro
j dora" sextet, two of the famous
J beauties now married into the British j
; nobility, will soon be seen in Amer- (
i ica. it was learned yesterday. i
Broadway theatergoers will hardly I
, recognize behind the name of Lady j
' Ashburton the beautiful Frances Bel-,
j mont. who was one of the favorites
of the bevy which helped to make the
' play such a success. Lady Ashburton
1 recently arrived her* after her first
I visit since 1W?>. and Mrs. Stock is due
{ to arrive soon.
I Lady Ashburton first became known
i as one of the scrub lady's chorus In
"My Lady," graduating from that
j role to the more conspicuous berth
of a "Florodora" girl. Shortly after
I she. went to Londorj, she met Lord J
i Ashburton. a member of the wealthy |
I Barring family, to whom she was
| married. She left the stage for the
; life of a great lady on an Kn?llsh
i estate and became prominent for her
\ philanthropies.
| Mrs. Stock, as Camille Clifford, was
; another of the sextet beauties. She
| came to America from Sweden in tbe
| steerage. After being a lady's maid
j *he wont on the stage and eventually
I became one of the sextet. l^at?9 she
| was featured in the first "Prince of
Pilsen" company which went to Lon
don. As the original "Gibson Girl"
she attracted attention and was soon
! married to the Hon. Henry Lyndhurst
I Bruce, jr.. heir to the earldom of
Aberdare. Mr. Bruce was killed at
Ypres where he served in the Scots
I Guards. Ills widow was married a
j year later to Arthur Stock, of Eng
I lnnd, who also saw service in the
Florenz Ziegfeld, jr.. has con
firmed the report that he is to build
a theater as the permanent New
York home of Billie Burke and her
company. His plans are so far un
der way that he is in possession of
the architect's drawings for the
structure. However, he in not yet
ready to reveal the site that has
been selected.
Miss Burke has long wanted to
appear in some of the old English
comedies, and with her great success
in "Caesar's Wife." and in view of
the praise that has been bestowed
upon the strong company appearing
in her support In thai play at the
Liberty, Mr. Ziegfeld decided not
only to present Miss Burke next
sprivffr in a revival of "The School
for Scandal" (she will play I?ady
Teasle, of course), but he will mak*
her present company a permanent
organisation. house it in Miss
Burke> new theater, and there
each spring he will present her in a
revival of an old 'comedy.
| The visitor at the big motion pic
ture studio viewed with interest the
j luxurious ?interior set'?the finely fur
i nished music room with grand piano,
i expensive rugs. and artistic draperies.
I "Whatr1' said he to an attendant,
| "lt? all this magnificence for?*'
j "For 'A Girl Named Mary,' " un
ifiwered the studio man.
A puzzled look came into the ques
tioTfcr's eyes, but he walked along
I further through the barn-like struc
ture. Huge iK)xes of crated furniture
were piled in one corner. The ticket
read. "For 'A Girl Namfd Mary.'" I
j "Lucky Mary," thought the explorer.
! He paused outside an entrance
labeled "Private Projection Room"
with that curiosity which all of us
have about anything fnarked "Pri- j
vate." A dainty little miss who wa?
i just passing watched him an instant,
I hesitated, then:
"Would you like to in and fee 'A
Girl Named Mary?" " she inquired
smilingly. -
He recognized her. It was Mar
guerite Clark. So he answered gal
"On the contrary ] should like to
stay here and see a girl named Mar
In the new musical comedy to be j
presented by Messrs. Comstock and
Gest this coming week. Ivan Simpson I
has one of the leading roles in support
of Harry Fox. the featured star of
"Zip-Goes a Million." Mr. Simpson is
jan English actor, who has supported
I many of the internationally known
stars. His tirst part was with the late
j Sir Henry Irving in his Shakespearean
repertoire and the great historical
spectacles for which the noted Eng
lish artist was famed.
Mr. Simpson Joined Sir Herbert
Tree's company at His Majesty's The
ater when that actor produced "The
Darling of the Gods" and "The Resur
rection." He came to America with
that unusually quaint actor. E. S.
Willard. with whom he played many
parts in such dramatic gems as "The
Middleman." "The Professor's I .ova
Story," and some old revivals of the
comedy classics. The late Charles
Frohman engaged Mr. Simpson to
support John Drew in "The Single
Man" and 'The Speckled Band."
Cohan and Harris engaged him to ap- ?
pear with Douglas Fairbanks in
"Hawthorne. V. S. A " and liter ap- j
peared in the Riggers' melodrama.
?Inside the Unes." This was the first j
war play produced in New York.
After this engagement he returned
j "Hut you can do both." Miss Clark
J returned brightly, "by going Inside.;
{'A Girl Named Mary' is my latent pic
jture and they're showing it now."
} Incidentally Loew's Palace Theater J
j begins a week's showings of "A (Jlrl I
Named Mary" next week.
It is an appealing bit of girl-pay- j
chology that Marguerite Clark un
folds in "A Girl Named Mary." She
has the role of a stenographer living
in a humble flat with a woman whom
jshe has always called mother. A rich
' widow has be*-n searching for 15 years
j for her daughter who was carried
j away, involved in a train wreck, and
' never heard from again. The widow
j suddenly discovers that Mary, the
! stenographer, is the lon? sought-for
i girl and she pours out her heart to
! her, offering her ease and luxury in
; stead of her humble life of toil.
13Uary> heart is torn with conflicting
(emotions. She hardly knows her real
mother and she has learned to love
j her foster-mother dearly. At first
1 she icbels at the elegance and lofty
i tastes of the widow's household and
runs awa>. But finally a certain
young man. the sweetheart of her less
! prosperous days, cleans up the diff
iculty by asking her hand in marriage.
home and enlisted In the British
army, serving four years In France.
Mr. Simpson upon his return to
America this fall was engaged by Mr.
Comstock to appear in "The Rode of
China." but was later transferred to
?Zip-Goes a Milli<fti."
This latest of Comstock and Gest
musical productions will be seen , at
Toll's beginning next Monday, with
Christmas matinee Thursday, before
going into the Princess Theater. New
"The Wayfarer." which claims to
I be neither drama nor pageant nor
opera, but merely a story, was pre
sented by the Interchurch World
Movement at Madison Square Gar
Iden. New York. Monday night. Be
ing neither drama nor p&fteant nor
I opera, it is hard to arrive at any
critical conclusion regarding the
j entertainment?if an entertainment
i it may bo called. Suffice it to *?ay
that "The Wayfarer" la a beauti
fully told story that has for ita
main dramatic points, scenes In the
life of Christ, wonderfully produced
by a company that numbers more
than l.OrtO. in a manner that left a
spiritual impression upon the vast
audience that witnessed its per
I formance.
Miss Crawford Bans
Exotic Gown Effects
In Gayety Chorus
Theatergoers this week have dis- 1
covered at the Gayety a burlesque
show. "The Step Lively Girls." *hich
is most refreshingly different. In
onr of the scenes the girls?all of
'em young: and beautiful, too?actual
ly appear in regular honr*t-to-Peic
street dresses; and they're mighty
alluring little dresses, at that'
Mi*? Katherine CVawford certainly
desene* a lot of credit for *u?h
harmonious and delightful costuming
r.s this attraction exhibits, and for
her courageous breaking away from
slageland'a tradition that burlesque'
girls must disport themselves in at- j
tire that reminds one of an opium |
smoker's dream.
As you will perhaps remember# j
Miss Crawford wns formerly on
Keith's circuit with her 'Fashion
Girls." and before that with Lady
Duff-Gordon. This \undoubtedly ac-j
counts for the really beautiful cos
tuming of the "Step Lively Girls.'*
And, since every girl likes pretty
clothes snd Is at her best in them,
that's pi-obabiy why there's such an
unusual amount of life and anima- I
tlon in the entire show.
?? I
The Famous Players-I^asky Cor-|
poration ha* secured the world's mo- ]
tion picture rights to Victor Hugo's j
"Tollers of the Sea" and will produce |
the story as a special production in
the near future.
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F. Ray (orantork and Morrln Cimt
By Guy Bolton, Budd d?
Sylva and Jarome Karn. au
thor* of "Oh. U&fl" "Vary Good
Kddie." "Oh Lady. l*dyr "Oh.
My Dear," etc.
Adapted from the comedy, "Brew
ster'a Million*." Oramatlxed by Wtn
chall Smith and Byron Onulay, And a
metropolitan caat Including: Marie Carroll.
Clara Mackin. Ethel Forde. Edna Batea. 4<ar
Kuerlte Frltta, l^awronce Wheat, Ivan Hlmpaon,
Kdcar Nelaon. Georce T. Meeeh. .loaeph B. Garry,
and a winaoma, melodic chorua of <0 young women.
Did You Sf?
in "Serenteen?"
Now He'i Coming in
A Comedy by Goy Bolton and P. G. Wodebotue
Fro" die Story in The Saturday Evening Port.
AU of the Characters Brought to Life on the Stage.
A new tjrpt ot matinee Idol la Ora?
ory Kelly In "Pl?*lllly Jim." the rr
elUns comedy by Guy Bolton and P.
O. WodehouM. which Stuart Walker
preaenta at tha Shubert-Qarrtck The
ater next week, commencing Monday
even Ins.
Old-fashioned matloet Idol* were
equipped with Ion* ayvlaahea and
aquiline noaee. They Indulged In po
et lo love aoenea and ware adored by
carunel-eatlnir echool cltia and de
rided by their brothers. The new
atyle Introduced by Orecory Kelly In
"Plocadllly Jim" la the Ideal of the
American youth and Juat the aort of
ohap (he American bustnes man would
like for a son. He la poised, quick
witted. an adept at getting In and
out of scraps; treats the English lan
guage with slangy Irreverence.
And hia courtship, conducted with
an earnest nonchalance, may be con
sidered a a modern claaaica. Ilia noae
la Juat the revera# of aquiline; you
Beasue Hayakawa. the Japanese
atsr. says that "The Ton* Man." hla
latest production, has more action
and thrills than any picture he haa
ever appeared In.
" 'The Tong Man' ia the moat thrill
ing and mysterious picture I have
ever done." said the great Nippon
eae actor In discussing hla now pro
duction. **It If unlike anything T
have ever done before, a a It la a
realistic story of Chinese life In an
American city and melodramatic
from start to finish.
"The public imagines that ? melo
drama is very easy to play. But this
is not the case, for there is no type
of- photoplay which requires more
study and care to produce. The very
tenseness of its situations makes it
very easy to overdraw the proba
bllltlea of the story, and this feature
more than anying else has to be
guarded against. Melodrama now is
a far more difficult task than it wan
several yeara ago. as plots snd situ
Pssquale Amato. America's favor
ite barytone?that Is the title con
ferred upon this distinguished oper- |
atic and concert artist, who will he 1
one of the artists at the "concert
diplomatique" to be given at the
New Wlllard ballroom on Friday j
mornings beginning January n
When *\mato was 22 years old he j
mad* his debut as Germont in "La
Traviata" In n small Italian opera
house. Tins d^but was most sue- ,
eessful. People predicted + glori- ,
ous future for the young Italian. ?
Kncouraced. Amato sought further
engagement*; but difficulties contin
ually arose. Had it not been for
the self-sacrificing and supreme loy
alty of his wife at that time, the
young singer would have given up
the struggle. She kept up his cour
age until opportunity came.
In 1% fortune touched the youn^
|singer's shoulders. Giuito Gatti Ca
Isazsa. general manager of the Me
tropolitan Opera Company, then im
presario of the creat Sea la Opera
at Milan, heard him. He recognised
jthe fine voice and other admirable
'qualities in the young singer, and
advised him to continue studying,
j He Induced him to go throughout
Europe and learn from the great
Christmas holidavs in the District
public schools begin next Wednes
day. December 24.
"Closed for the reason" will mark
the barred doors of the schools for
thirteen days. Dr. Van Schaick.
president of the B??ard of Education,
yesterday officially ordered the holi
day. Janitors will he gi\en a holi
day the 24th. it was decided.
A longer period of \acation was
considered, but th* press of school
work made the shorter term ad
\tsable. School children will lay
aside their books after school Tues
day. and studies will he abandoned
until school reconvene.*.
Orders also ha\e been issued for
the usual Christmas holidays in the
government departments in this
city. The buildings will be closed
en'irely Christmas and Tear
days, and all the employes who can
be snared will be excused at 12
o'clock on the days before Christ
mas and New Year. Also follow
ing custom, disbursing clerks will
mske part paynpents on salaries
for the month of December on
either the 23d or 24th.
Author of Retirement
Bill to Explain Measure
The joint conference on retirement j
of the Federal Employes' Union will
meet tonight at S o'clock at 1423 New |
York avenue to discuss the pending
ret I rem?it bill before Congress.
^ Representative H. R. L?ehlbach.
chuuman of the Committee on Re
form in the Civil service, and author
of the retirement bill, will explain |
the features of his bill.
Tonight at the Coliseum "Party'
Nile" will be celebrated. All the
skaters will be furnished with horns,
confetti and other fun-making sou
oerar think of Ma *yr1aahaa. and h
for poetry?nacaaalty ??r torn htm
to hnKTMinlc a v*ri libra oalahrtty.
but you know wNn ho iUnli vhoa
h? Inadvertantly nplalni hta elaaat
ftcatlon of "major totcuc porta" and
"minor l?a?u* porta."
One of tli? cultured t*a-fl*hter?
?>inpathetically ? M moat bo
taxtnc to writ* ac much aa ha haa
In the past two year*
? Remilar poet, don't foot K." Pveca
dllly Jim explalna. "ftwn what M
heard. Broil and Byron and Mr*. He
menu could awtnc their pOna day af
ter day without atralnlnc the oil
bean the leaat bit
"8eott! You don't call Scott 4
port?" exclaimed the hlrh-brow tad/
"Why. wasn't he the bird that ?ml?
"The I^ady of the I-?keT" aakrd
"Blrdr' echoed the lady, puxxled
"Bard. I mean?hard.'' correct* Jim
my lapflnc Into alienee and aafoty
at ton* which would have been pltun^
ble then wouM he ludicrous In a pu*
lure today The drama-lnvtng pub
| H<\ particularly the motion picfure
fan*, ha* been educated up to g
point where they demand probabili
ties and plauttibilittM. r
"Of f-our>^. the picture with heart
interoat will itevor die out. but In
picture*, a* alfh everything elae.
?variety l? the nptce of life.- and m
melodrama carefully produced. logi
cally constructed and with rood
actor*. Is aure to be welcome. Thfr
i* what we have tried to do In T\w
Ton* Man.' and I feel confident we
have succeeded in making ow of the
most novel and interesting melo
drama* of ths year."
"The Tons Man" I* a Bcrw-n dram
atisation of Clyde C. Westover*
widely known book. 'The Drt?nn>
I >aughter." one of the most Inter
en tin* atorie? of Ohlneae life to
America ever written. It?begins a
three days' run at Lx>ew's Columbia
masters of \*oicf Amato gladly did
thi*. It was not until thrc year*
later that he returned to Italy, an
a^compliahed operatic artist who
had appeared successful 1v many
of the opera houaes outs id" of Italy.
The recital whirh takes plan*
Thursday evening. l>?*nbfr U. ?n
the ballroom of the New Willard.
under the auspice* of St Andrew s
Tarish. will bring to \Va?-h!ngtea
for the fir>?t tlm* the wcll-knn*ti
concert artist. Kathrvn Meislr
Misa Meisle i? gifted with a heauti
ful voice of the real contralto qual
'ly and needs little introduction t
the musi? world for she ban e?tab
Iis*hherself a* one of our recog
nixed concert singer* of the preuent
Ballroom of Bout WitUnl aM ThMtm
First Concert, Beiasco Theater,
Jan. 4 Sunday Eve., 1:39)
Jaaaary 11
AI,l-:*9A\DRO RAX i. Faaen
I'fHc Tenar. aid
i:i.KA>on RK4H k. la a Jatat
January ?t
TtMAKI M lift A. The
lsf?apar?ltlr Ratterfly~
Krhmary f
TOW HA vKllil.l a ad M4H(,rf.
HITK n tl.VtRKJ, fta a Jalat
I ehrunry Id
MMK. Jt'LIA tLAtMFjr a ad
Joint ReclttJ
March 1 s
March A
MMIi. lVKTTfc (>l II.RKRT aid
^?SRsrtlac ( *Bpaay
March 14
Ml WW 4 I,K\IT7.K1 and EMMA
noRF.in>. ta a Joint Recital
March 2J?
titta nrrro
April 1?
?ad Daughter. Mlf* KOI hT
IIOMKR, First Appearance In
a Joint Recital In Waahlacrton
aad other Se ?? national Artlnta ta
he anaonncfd later.
llallraana. \\ ardanan Park lintel
aaad RanwhepV. ( ann^aHai
Mepday. Jaaaary IP. 4:M. and
Kvery Other Monday.
KI.Oh7Al.KV Ml 4RTi:T
sAr/.i:i)o it iRr i \*i:miii.f.
(Sfvrn Hnrplat*?
(Hi:r\ia\^kv trio
r^rrkri; i:x?i:milk
HKHK^IIIItl mi %rti:t
ij:t* qi artet
beat*. HO US. ta0 and t?? lor Serwa of
Ten Ccmcfrti IhrlmnaJi'i'.^.
Kf-atft. fie. for Sen** o? Si* Cooo-ru of
Chamber Maif.
Boxes. t&> t.* rhpiom*tiq?*a
Plia H? <*ct war tax.
Reins''-Mi* at iof Menafrr M. F.
Kin*. WJ ??uray B'xMina Kifhth and a
?trvrtft nortliwrnt. Ph'MK' Franklin 2WN
(AU rtmks i?*ab> to the Chamber Ma
on:* KVF.KIK(iK I WTIL !?
Daily I! Sunday |l Holiday. l^T
!?T*TA n.AV* WITH HOMDAV 1111.1, ?M) <.IKT? liAlnRI
At tile RiaYlRm Drc. 22. 23 and 24 Ik# Rotary ? loh and Ikr II. K.
Keith mnitacrnrnt will entertain Invited children ?f the Hty with
a vtalt fr*? lolly ON Father *lck. ?h* will he*taw gift* and
icoadlea. nupplemented hy a Draldleal < hrUtaa* Paieaat and taroU
presented hy the < amaianity >enlrr. I *nal pahll?? patroaaae ae
leirnindated at rfgnlar ^rlee*. , \tra Mat. \aa? Day. & P.M.
ftlfted t;|rln of Iteayt? and t.rao#* from the f;nldea Hr?t Are The
la an Knfr?**|a? aad r.aehantln* i laaaleal Terpalehareaa tpertarlr
Created aad Directed hy Marian Morgan aad Ratltled
A ttraphte aad fiaraeaa* Chdrearaphlc View of the Haa Hardea'
Rarishaeat af the _|taly_af_4*2 A. U.
I'.xtra Added Attraetlaa?The Idal af ? Baaehall Idal af the Pablie
' Mr*. Ruhr WirtitrO
-The T*1r?o ?|p|- and -Tlir HI** PH??????? af fcyarapatlaa.- ttrla
f.rrrd by Itfmlr KleW*. I J?*"k aad Utfei, la
Praia*** fcy CWIf Hr?
???H by Miu mrtty
Kararr Kratarrs with W fkrr * ! Tk? 1 an Karat af (It Oli-Tlarn
Gladys Clark & Henry Bergman (B m Mirthfai Maaaiasoe at
la "A It ay af *aaahlae* _ 1 Madera Tiara
*app*rted l?> "Mr"
Kredeetfk t aart ne y
la -The Law-Breaker" tltafl. hy H. P. AV A R \ r.R.
rhe Maat Diatta?at?hed Aalaaal A Triane Trlamph In
Art la the Wactd Trrpalchareaa Thrill*.
aad Her Prrfar?la? l.capr.rda. la a ?trln af Daxv Katrltlra.
K4. Marshall -Tajl.-. af iht Day", Kluiraw
"CkalkaladH" I ???!> Klla? 1 others
mv ?BAT> ?0?. IMAI, t:\-fKA MAT. AMAH Pi
EDDIE BORDEN, the Eminent Favorite

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