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"Bella Donna."
< >f th? [' .!> .- of tile pi-sent season ? hiih .
ha >. been taken fioin (toniilar novels anil' >
j?i?iducct1 in New York, our ? ; tin- great-' 1
<s .-m i i ss> s is ' K> II.i linnna." a tlra- I
i itii- vision of tin- novel ?>f t.he same | i
name b> Kobri i . I lichens, which has 1? n '
visuahzcil foi the stage t'?> .lanie> H? r-1 J
nil nl Fa-.m V it i .Mill' Nazimova in
in- title ro!' t will eoni. ! iht Nat niial j i
1 11' a i . nc\t w e*:k. [ *
Mine. N.izirmna s I : ; a l>olii:.i l lie- j '
- i ihcfl as ' a w ornlei fully fascinating t?'< - , ,
i< of a *ii oici pb\i-anl I' iniiK' into; j
\\ i; t !i tli? t i l' Inal' tl ..t ti > has injected '
I'll itm.'ika tit- .ft. It said ti> be thf ;
greatest rob- .sin has It ail since -In- began;',
rlaiim; in Kriglim. ill' the ulay. 1 evicwei's j j
?a> it hold- tin att'fttniii: it . s in.crest- ^
. iu<l a nil ' i >?m tin- I- i' tat.mi u) stal l {
and author. tt is oin- that will appeal to I .
t h' a tergocrs.
I'harle- Irohliian has mailt- a handsome'
1> rod net ion and supplied a sftoag supporting
eompan*.
"Bunty Pulls the Strings.'
I'< Lghtfii!. bees us. t is d fl'iii ni iiml I |
w Mi an itucruational sin! of approvaljl
hi hind it patrons of tin Hclust-o ni-\t ( a
?c<k nill have an uppoi timitv of witness- J J
trig that delightf- 1 home narrative. ; j
'Kunt> Pulls tin- Strings." a p'a> that j I
ttnvs back to thi> earli sixties and the I'
dais of tin he aver hat. goloshes and the J
quaint and spacious hoop shot. i
Bfing a simple little home stor.i with an t
honest v of purpose, there is no deep plot ]
io follow. Ft is simple a Pleasing domes- I
tic narrative, introducing types, tetn- i
pciamenta and-customs peculiar to village I
life in the lowlands of Siotland. It lias >
been-termed a combination comedy, inasmuch
as each touch of sentiment is iol- |
lowed hi some laugh-inciting ntti-ranee I
oi situation. all of which lend to make tit g
on' of tin most delightful entertainment!* it
n years.* f Ira ha in Mofl'att. its author, is ii
a painstaking win iet in the fields of "
literature tir.-t < xploitcd successfully "
ii|Mip the American stage 1>\ .lames M. i <
Barrle. I it
"Uunt.i Pulls the Strings" comes tinder'
the guiilane. of M'-^.-ts. Shtthct and Wil- |
'tarn A. Itrail.i. n ho promisi t in original I
company identififd with tii>- year's run j
at tl:e I'onn l> Tln-ater. N"en York city. ' I
and-with the runs in Philadelphia and! i
Host on. Inelud'-d in the list of players! |
are Sflollj Pe.irson. wh" has lion made
famous in h< t interpretation of the role '
f Bunt* Amy Singh-ton. Margaret t
N'jrMoc. V'M Pole. Sanderson Moffat, <
Ktheibert llah-s. .1 Ik McMrcgor. Kdmund r
ISeresfoi*1. Leonard Hooker and otheis t
???OS? ? III I ???s
COMING ATTRACTIONS. !*,
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(' "? nI nucd Kroni S? rond i'.i^e i ,
.iro-r i i Mi- Inez .M iIindland. described
I h- Tii"-? lie a i il i In! MifTi.nj.-tti wlin 1
w ill .1. liver a I x> cnty-niipute ,-pr. eh at
i in fv. rmih ,.< ? f?>t niaiu and ?>f Mre.
Kaxmond Blown of Ni vv York. win. will
deliver . tw 111> -riiinut. address at thd
matinee T siifTia'-P "arm\ that '
ar. hr 1 f--i.ni . w Vuik In Waal! inftton 1
will -(i? v |.()X( - at the llaatr-1
\ ' f
Mme. Gadski Tonight.
Mfiu- Johanna titi'Kki the brilliant j
prima donna. -n-ni. vd w i?l. *> as the'
for'inr?^t \\ : u'p. hin si.prarf.. ..f th< dax
will a s-.iit; r-<ll.il t'liinh: ill tin- i
B? ji?.-f> Tl-iatf: Muc. .ad?kl fiat- l"iii; !
..rrij a til. at fa-."i it. n<>t only at tin-: .'
MctrQpohtan Opera linns. New Yol k, v
w h< rf --he has Mintr i'p- b-adinp roles for
a nufnr.er of w.n-j, Inn fHrouvhom tne
i ountry. w here sin is held in special es- 1
as a concert .-ms'-r.
Tht program whl<-fi Mmo. Cadski has
at ranged /or tonight's appealanfc contains
several numbers* w hich ha\ c lorn; '
irrn associated with the famous s-?- 1
prano's riarur. In its entirety it is as i
'oliows: i
"PYuahlings Narht Schumann; "Irn ,
iferTxst," Kranz. "Mark. tlark. the
lark.' "Krlkoenig" <h> i?.|in-st>. Schn- 1
Pert; "\V?hr. sr. whilst I hi and "Auf \
Tvlrctitiof. Kratims. "Meinem '
K indo' and "Ituhe mcim Sn-h." Strau.-w. !
W ith a Watorlil>. ?;i i*->r: "Th. Swan
Bent Low and *'Mid>uinin?- l.ullahx." 1
MacDowell; "A Maid Si-,^s I. nht" and '
l.nve fame Ii M l.ieblinx. '.\ Slum- 1
or Pons. Howard f. <lilmoiir, 'Klsu s <
Traum." from I .oiiciturin. and "Ihch
Y- ;m- Halle." from Tannhaus? r. Waitni-r.
Nox McCain Tonight. ,
Yu\ McCain, the travel p.tair at the |
' 'ol 'nlua Th? at- - tonight .it Ih o clock ;
x ' 1 conduct hi.- listener - on a Picture
Pi lgf itnauc from V.cnna dowji through
ili.sr- iH-lljsereiit litb countries v.tiled the
Balkan slat'-. p hu h aftci lice nI
- .,f opp< < ssion nave fl'iug off foi all'
m? their Mikr oi T- rkisli tyranny: S.-r- 1
a. Bulgaria. Mont.-.iejjro and. with th? '
d of a large collection of colored photoaphs
>i d iif. mution scene-, v. ill show
pictirresfjuc txp?--. tip- charming seen-.
\ : lie h11 > \ little cities, the noisy ha-'
i i .? and 'tiai k* t place- that lax for |
.. . i k. t * v?> r? " ti.ii. Ii i if I i ,
- .i ? ? i : i n ? ii? ?* >* -? ? ?' 'T j
mi-) to make jump into ti avei:
liulaL.P
\ i? i p. t iling ,t hill- time in I'.iiil.t
vf that I'm is <>f the nrar east. Mi j
M in v. ill iiitr<Kl'.i< < his audieiiee to I?? 1 - (
-rath . S?tim > "capital of erlme Ki Mill
In- tin- in Visch, th< mobilisation
- onri'l of fo i \ i.i - arui> unlet King Pr- |
then t<> i zarii'riKl. on tin- frontier,
h n t > .-oii... lln eMtiom little eapital of '
t'lgaiia. alii* and ovn flowing with a
tiuKeiieoa- population conn from ''vm
onntr> in Kurope. ami :? nenerous a-.-ct- 1
nt from Asia. l.a.-tl>. In crosses. tin*
l''aek mountain ami gli??nir idea of
I'iiat this pugnacious little kingdom?
a'--(|\ a-; large as a count> in Texas?
a*i?1 il* people look like.
This lecture on " l"he Kalkan Stat?.-'
w i| Ik- repeated tomorrow afternoon at
H 4a o'clock.
McCormack. Irish Tenor, Tonight.
John .MeCormaek, the famous Irish i
r
Bttfl
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N. Y. Philharmonic March 11.
Th>- IMiiliiarniuiiK' S?oii?-ty of New >"t?i k.
a ith Dirf-ftor Josef Straiisky and
iiiu't\ iiniMctaiis, will make it> final apk.
11 ??4*. !4 f tin- V#*v\ Y:*tw.li.il 'fhOIltn
his season a week from Tuesday aftertuoii.
Rudolph Gciiz. tire Swiss pianist.
j 11 I it i ho soloist I.oral arrangements
Hi the coneert an- being made L>v T.
\ithur Smith. an<l lie has requested his
egular patrons to |?la their otdets at
is early date as possible to avoid disa *jointmeHt
Tin Liszt Concerto in A major is the
nimbi r announced lor Air. Ganz. I he
>rogi ani of orehestial numb* is is as tolows:
Overture. Tin- Marriage of
Figaro" (Mozart >; Symphony in ' ma101
(Schubert?: suit* . "Scenes Alsaieiines"
i .Masseio t i. 1. 'Sunday Mornrig."
2. "Milder tin- Lindens." clarinet
Utd eello dilet. Air. 1 .e Hoy and Mr.
*ehulz, "At the Tavern": overture.
"('arneval" (Dvorak'
"The Little Parisienne."
'liases next week will present for the
irst time in Washington Jesse I.. Lasky's
cent sticeessftil production. "Tiie Little
'nrisienne," a bijou musieal comedy, with
look and |\ries by William Le Karon
ind Cecil de Mille. music by I teems Tayoi
and Robert Hood Bowers, musical
umbers by Lewis Hooper and Robert
larks, and intervtolated songs by Gene
rink and I?a\e St a in per. The eompany
lumbers eighteen Broadway players,
leaded by Valerie Soriee, with Mayni
- . Ward de Wolf. Jack Claire. 1Mrinnd
II. Reardon and Moris. Alartel in
he piiricipal roles. Next in order will be
Roland West's presentation of Allan
Ainehart and Ann Heritage in tire iinbpie
omedy. "Just Half Way ." Minnie Allen,
ormerly with "The Three Twins," will
t'fer catchy ehr^raeter songs, featuring
'Tl:e Magic Air1."' Hiero. a Ktiropean
cano-iieeordi?>iust. is anotlier feature,
tallads and badinage from Billy (Lillian
an I lAarna Sykes. the Parisian aeril?te.
Mile. Lena I'antzer. in an extraordI'ary
novelty: a drama of the far west.
The House orj the l'lain*," by the Kineuacolor
pictures, and lire pipe organ reitals
at It'tOarid 7;.'io p.m. and during the
ntermission will be other attractions.
n-i.
i'lLiauucit s r litis.
".M i'adden's Flats" will tic presented at
In- \cadenty next week. It is a rattling
rarec. built on lines that have pleased
atighiiig audiences in all the large eities.
By constant improvement, in the addiion
of tin- latest savings, songs and
lances, t seem.- to grow latter at 'Very
>et formatter Tin- company mciigfil for
ills season is a vet y good one.
enor of the I iammcrstein t'hit ago and
Boston Grand Opera companies, will he
tearri in a recital this evening at tile
National Theater at -Via o'clock.
The greatest prima donnas have rocogtized
the artistb im rits ot .lolm Met'otna*k.
lie has sung with great sueenss
villi the two most famous song birds in
In world. Mine. Melba and Tctrazzini
Mi. Met'orniaek's progtatn will include
n aria front "lai liohcuie," I'uectni. anu
mi from "Lucia," I'onizetti and g:oitps
>f Irish, French and Lnglish song1- in
spouse to many re>|tiests lie will sing
or eiieoies. "I I b ar You <'tilling Ale"'
i m I "I tow ii in tin- Foggy Dew."
.Miss Alice I "res ton. soprano, will.assist
VI' Met "01 mack.
Cosmos Concerts Today.
Ibrmius descriptive composition. A
X" ig Ill's Frolic." a fantasia of drinking
ungs: Sit pi a s overture. "Morning. Xoott
i nil Xight": Uratton's "Japanese Lanern
Dance." selections front Audratt's
'La t'igale"; Liiukc's intermezzo,
"Aniina". tjotinod's "'Dance des Hae hantep";
selections from "The lied
iVidow. Gebest: Tobani's medley of Italan
airs and Rolfe's new "Xylepha"
ivaltzes wiii in- features in the chamber
symphony orchestral program :it thel'osuos
Theater eoneorts today, beginning
it d o'clock this afternoon and continung
until Iht-'ki o'clock tonight, itnintei
'Opt Oil I V
In addition t<i lb- o lie-tra ?-? !? el ions
here will be a galaw of musical talent
hos? n from ilie lu st professional singers
mil |n rloriiii'is in vaudeville. Seats are
is on wo k (lays. In ami cents.
At the Gayety Today.
Catering to tin- inauguration crowds,
i he Gayety will offer a continuous performance
today, from o'clock in the
afternoon until II in the evening. Many
Is of liisl-class motion-picture dramas
And comedies will he shown, together
with a high-class and railed vaudeville
program. The nu.-ieal |u?ograni l?> the
t?ayet> orchestra will lie a feature of the
eiiterta uitnent.
Leopold Godowsky Friday.
I.iopol(1 (lodowski. tin- tamotis Polish
plants), will appeal in recital a! the Poll.
mtiia Theater IViday afternoon. at
t. ;o o'clock. < bidowski. on his first
American tout, in isM-o. made a wide
deputation as a brilliant pianist I lis scciiinl
American tout was in the season of
is'.to-ni. and lie became famous throughout
tiie countr> not only as a great pianist.
hut a wonderful composer as well.
LJodowskv is claimed to la- the greatest
mastet of technique since Anton Rubinstein.
Tiie following program will he
given: "Sonata" op. s| i j-~ llati. b> Beethoven
. two songs without words, by
Mendelssohn; i filiations on a theme by
P.ig.inini. b\ Brahms: "Bcnaiss.inee." by
Godowsk> : ' Pastorale" lAugelisi. b\ Corelli:
THiiibouHn." by Bameaii; 'Musette
en rondeau." b\ Kamcau; Be Caquet."
b\ Dandrieu: "Cigne," |? Bocilly; "Snuala."
op. M iB minori. b> Chopin: "An
Bold d'l'ne Source." by Biszt; "Concert
Study." K minor. h\ Biszl: and the syntphonie
inetamorptioscs of "Kunsterleben,
l?i Strauss-B. Gowdowsky.
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"The Rose of Kildare."
"The lluse of Kildare." 1 li? ii ?w play
written for Kiske O llaia by Messrs.
T'aulton and Bradley, wliieli will be presented
at the Columbia next week, is
founded on a pretty romance of the eighteenth
century, in Ireland, and the story
introduce.- insurgent officers, British sol-j
diers. country aristocracy, peasants, sail- )
his and many other picturesque types, j
Wit. humor and pathos abound in the |
piece, with songs galore to display thej
tenor voice of the star, and they ate not .
tli.. least attractive nart of the nee
j i"<?i inancf.
"The Heir to the Hoorah." J
'I h<- famous Paul ArmsMrong-H. J. W. j
]>um drama. "The Heir ? lite Hoorah." j
AMUSEMENTS.
A
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You Like LI V
I THE BEST SHO\
1 BARNEY GER
FOLLIE
I With GERTRUDE I
I 50 PEOPLE
I SPECIAL?2 SUNDAY
I MONDAY AND TUESDAY?!
H NEXT WEEK-THE I
A 7
lACADEMI
| Evenings: Best Reserved Sea
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THE HENRY B. HAP
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1 INDIAN
1 WHERE
| TRAIL
9 A PLAY OF THE WEST BASED O
| READ NOVEL (
I WYMOTE THERE WILL I
next The Peer of all ||AC
week Carteon Plays Rlvl
"GAYi
ALL THIS WEEK[
MIrii
I \\ SPECIAL FEATUREI
?""N MODELS
I .10?REAL BROAI
I Special || TWO MIBWI6HT SHOI
I SPECIAL
I ' ontlniioiiM IVrfurinancr. 3 P.lt
I 7:3? P.M. to 10:30 P.M.. 10, 13 ai
1 BIG SHOW?VAUPEV
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will be the attraction at Poll's next week.
This is the play which made Guy Bates
Post a star. It tells an interesting story
of a western miner who marries an eastern
society girl, but is driven from home
by the constant nagging of a mother-inlaw.
He returns upon the birth of an
heir, whom the "boys," fellow-minem
call "the heir to the Hoorah." The
"Hoorah" is the name of the hero's mine.
The dialogue Is filled with the comedy
which has distinguished all of Arm-'
strong's plays, notably "Alias Jimmy
Valentine." "Salomy Jane" and "The
Peep Purple." A. H. Van Buren will he
seen as the miner, with Izetta Jewel as
| Geraldine. the wife, and Helen Tracy as
j the mother-in-law.
A1 Reeves' Beauty Show.
A1 Reeves and his famous Beauty
Bhow will he the attraction at the Gayety
next week. Mr. Reeves, who has al- I
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ways been a favorite in Washington. Is
said to have an exceptionally talented
company of assistant funmakers this
season, headed by Andy Lewis, who has
long been associated with the actor-mani
ager. George W. Scott is another popular
member of last year's company who will
return. Zella Russell, gifted as a piano
soloist and comedienne, -will have an important
part in the vaudeville portion of
' the program. Others include Catherine
i Horter. a graceful toe dancer: Lucille
Manion. vocalist; the IDe Graff sisters.
European entertainers. and the A1
Reeves Beauty <'horns. The ballet specialties
are an added attraction of merit
this season.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT.
"llindle Wakes" has made a bjg hit in
Chicago
Sallie Eisher lias decided ti> go into
vaudeville.
Whitford Kane is t<? appear in "The
Drone." in Chicago.
"The Yellow Jacket" is to be given in
London with an entirely English cast.
Miss Billic Burke was born in Washington
just twenty-six years ago.
Two midnight performances will he
given hi iiit- Gayetv this week. March '!
and 4.
Many nations are represented among j
the women in the company plaving "The
'Mind the Paint' Gill." Miss Burke herself
is American. Lydia Racliel is English.
Ethel Intropldi is Italian. Edith
Campbell is Spanish. Anna Rose was born
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AMUSEMENTS. _
CLIFFORD 0. ROE
WILL SPEAK ON
THE WHITE
SLAVE TRAFFIC
TONIGHT
Re lore f lie sermon, m Ilie Vermont AToinie Chris
ii?u Cliurch. K'?04 Vermont *??>. n.w. After lite
sermon, at the Konndrv ,\l. h. Church. 16th st.
corner Church si. n.w. *
AMUSEMENTS. _
eum "iisF"
? IN BURLESQUE
ARD'S FAMOUS
mi
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J A VETC BURLESQUE'S CLEV1M
? C9 ERCST COMEDIENNE
AND A GOAT
CONCERTS, 3 & 8 P.M.
SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOWS
HZ
^ I >HTI>KKX \VKD\ESDAV,
I THURSDAY ASD
I SATURDAY. ' QCA
BY ALL SEATS * vC
its, 25c, 35c, 58c?Ho Higher
tRIS PRODUCTION OF
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I DRAMA
THE oeDIVIDES
N WILL LILLEBRIDGE'S WIDELY
>F RANCH LIFE
BE NO MATINEE TUESDAY
ADDEN'S FLATS *^1
C/ir
MATINEE DAILY
CLARK'S
I AWAY GIRLS
I bp KubuIpmI C onirdiann in llurlpaque
IRKE BROTHERS Charley
- AND Diamond
Palace "0
THE *5,000 NOVELTY ||
PE LUXE f?
WAY 30
WS?MARCH 3 andTTlSpecial
. TODAY
. to 7 P.M. All ?eat? 10 On I*,
d S3 CcBtB.
ILLE AND PICTURES
ES' BEAUTY 8 HOW.
AMUSEMENTS. j
I Kl,\\\ At KKI.\"
I THE ONLY MUSIC/
I THE ORIGINAL NEW YCR?
I NEXT WEEKl Seats on
I Augustus Pitcu Jr., Prese
FISKE <
I 1 A TIIK RIMI
I "THE ROSE
I By EDWARD PAULTON ;
n r if I is ft t nrn<
I at 4;30 Q j
B % lit' I he I'iaiio.
I Theater./ Kiiahc V*ium?.
(tonight nox 1
I 8il5 "TRW l.l. I.KIT
I T0^0W THE balk
TICKKTS
NATIOMAI
I hp onlv lti>-;tlvr ill Wasliirct''ii olT' ivn; r\< lu-ivi ;
CHARLES FRO
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THE "MINB TH
M . 1'inero**
NEXT WEEK- M v,,,V,V::
CHARLES FRO
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From the l-'amoiiM \n?e| of Holier}
COM'NG WEEK
The l.lfltlcr to. 9HHI,<HIO I'll tint ill I'lni
(lie Companion Spri-lnrlr lo "The (in
Brethren."
THE DAUGHTER OF I
VIOLA ALLEN t
TONIGHT, 8:15-N/
ffl McCO
GREAT IRI
I I inter \ iiMpieex o
I'rieen: KCi.hO. !* I
tin S??le Box OHiee of
I lor Inauguralion Week
THE POPULAR
In t'harle* Klein'* Mns
"The Gai
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I BRILLIANTLY ACTED Z
PltlCKJi?l-:*er> i:\enl
Alalineea I Dally ICirrpt
B 'I'lic Alnat fnmmotlloua Theater ii
H l.oeatlou?IVnnKvI? nuiii Avenue, II
B| llulldlaR.
I Next Week . . . "T
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I ll TODAY AT 3:00 [=
I SUFFRA6ETT
I By MISS INEZ MILHOL! AND.
I And (Klier Anted AiMoea
AND A IIIII I.I.I \ M" Ml
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^ NGTON'5 LEADING THEATRE ^1
ALL TMI5 WE.E.K. I
TINEE5 TMUS50AY5 AND 5ATURUTO !
N?.?:IC riiF>K.\T I
iL SHOW IN TOWN I
'WWMMWWWWWM I
; AND LONDON COMPANY
Safe Tuesday, 8:30 A.M.
its the Young Irish Tenor
O'HARA
wtic ri \\.
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ni CHARLES BRADLEY
;s Cryder Announces
50WSKY
. S2.no. si.no. SI.00. 7r?-. on S?lr at
MAIN
i ui> i?n I.I \K" LIFE
An STATES
:i ml SI. 00.
f- LL THIS WEEK
a, iVJatinees Wed. and Sat.
r ? , . . . ? ' ?
Am?'*V '" star* <?f 1lir first r*uk.
HfYlAN Presents
SS
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lent sncrp**.
E PAINT" GIRL
lil'Ml ( Milled*.
! " ?SEATS THURSDAY
HMAN Presents
MOVA
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lliclieii*. Ii> Iaiiicn Bprniiril Pagan.
, OF r^A CH 17
i I'riuu ilie Onlury Theater. Nrw ) urk;
rilen ill \ ilnli" nml "Juiieph and HI*
i-tFAV/BTN ,,v ,,,rrrr I'Wti and
.Indtlh (lautier, With
I ant and < oiit|ian> of Over 2IM?.
SIGNAL THEATER
RMACK
SH TENOR
f fincite Soelet.'.i
SI.till, 7.1c. RnsrK. S25.IMI.
Theater. Open II \.M.
in \inerlcn. I
Mr. S. /.. Poll Present* H
POLI PLAYERS I
it Sensational Success.
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manrr ;m<l IlicH I'lnmicr. B
jpSUFEBBLY MOUNTED I
inn, "><>? and 7 .">< . B
Tue?<lH> i, yrM- anil 5??\ B
n Ihr 1'it.V) in the Mont Convenient H
>ixu?iiaM> Oppo?ite ihe Treasury B
I U.!~ M. _ Xl II 1_V ? H
ne neir is ins nouran
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111 TOB GHT AT 8:30 | I
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MRS. RAYMOND BROWN I
lies til Htiiiirn'it Itiultl*. . I
Sl?\l. I'IKMiR.% >1 R\
ARINE BAND I
I'll.JIANN. I on itiic I or. I
IrnniHlit' Su|irnn?, >oloi?t. I
ALE, 25c to $1.00 |
| AMUSEMENTS.
Ibelascoi
I /J) William A. Bra
Imlflt
lpi
I J >? George
I
Charles Richma
i Ol?l I rlrndo In
I ORIGINAL CAST AND
UNPRECEDENTED F
I 476 Times at William A. Brai
I \>p roMiMi to %i?n to thk i\
% Til H KK W^TIIV It
THK.tTKH, I'l
I NEXT WEEK
I 'I he *>hnlirr? nn<l \\ illliiin
I'mnou*
BUNTY
I Tin: IBSOI.I TK *Ml\ Kl.TT o
Till: ORIIilWI. tOMPWT Til IT
THK TOW KIM Till
I ap as
I TOI
uihiit n
mum u
I Box Office Open 1 p.m.
Prices, 50c to $2.00 I
ICHASES POUT]
Uv#' MOST BEAUTIFUL TH
luwMK Op??u *t 1 sJO and 7..10 p.m. On
IhhhHw ?Ijb Ttawrc I* h Grand Kr.p Pip? Org*
? %* Y MATS., 25 rn\TSi F.
^^\VASHI^GTO^,S (.RKATI
The WorM-Tammis I.if" SuT'-r |
John F.Conroy i
Holder vf Hi in Modal- fmm C >n
grp.*. ?t?.. for Saving 137 r?rsi?ti>
from Drowning
\\|i IMS I WO R HA I TIFL'I.
"WATER NYMPHS"
IN Till". SI I'llKMK SPK? TACI.H
"Aquatic Sports an J Perils"
Till. WON OK III-'I I. OKI! M A
J8* Baffling- LORA, "THE GIRL I
A NONLTTE
yiv Tin- Or par Singing Violinist
fella - .lonlpvf, l.otii>p Stlrkni-r ? ?'lrr.r
Tffnext Lasky's TUr I I
Iff week Triumph ' 1" LI
4m5hw With ValiM'ip S"lic? and His I.nr
BNpw Hit*. Intituling .Inst II
|C TOD AYS"-31
II and mpnu now villi
V twtlff UAT I Mi
TUB HI
I Kinemacolor
s 10 CENTS
AMUSEMENTS.
. Men's Meeting.
OI.AKEN^E A. ItARROlR
of the intrrnationnl \ \1 f A iximiit lei- >\ i
in.ik'' :iii et ang^liM I 11 ??. a i
NATIONAL THEATER
| TOl'AV. Sun lay. <>n "Winning Out." A<l lrc*? ,
;? prei-erjtaj hy nrehcutral ?*nni?ri
k l"..V\KIT I \V. (HiDFA. S?loi?: <
Concert begins at :-:n.
FP.KK TO ALI. MEN.
Roys under 18 not admitted. (?ardi> "f admission
may he obtained from Y. M. <". A.. IT.'JO ?i
at. n.tv.. or the rariou* lunchroom*.
EXCURSIONS.
Visit Picturesque Bluemoot,
Va., Via Short
rt m A rr-fc 11 IT~Yk * _fl
ilboe to ibliuc kdolge
Mountains.
Stee< Kquipniont.
l-'reqiieni Tlim.ipli Klfdrii' Sercii-e.
Special l?w Sunday excursion Fare.
Cars Leave .">6th and M at*. n.w.
George tow11 Cars Make Connection.
WASHINGTON AM) OLI) DOMINION KA1LW V
VISIT
HISTORICAL
GREAT FALLS i
where exists the
only remains of ticskill
of George Washiiiglou
as an engineer.
Most beautiful at this
time of year.
RomsicI Trip, 35 Cents.
I f
.Cars leave .tStli and M ats. n.w.
Georgetown cars make connection.
WASHINGTON AND OLD DOMINION IIAII.U'Y .
^/mcrmsa-ticr'friniini aimtrii OilH
W CtlkJllU U U Ikuu u wu.u -W
Dominion Railway
Special Trains.
On March ."rd- Special train operated from
Washington. I?. ?'.. to Rlueinont Va., making
intermediate slop*. leaving Washington at
p.m.
On Man-It 4th ?Xo. leaving Washington '
S p.m. will continue through to Itluemont. stopping
at intermediate imints.
Special train will be operated front Washington
to BluCinont and intermediate point*, leaving
Washington il:4o p.m. Also a later *|wria| train
tn f.eeahurg and Intenncdiata poiata, leaving
Washington at 11 p m. I
,1
a
AMUSEMENTS.^
VORROW NIGHT AND ALL WEEK
ren:ngs and Sat. Ma\, 50c to $2.00
tpular Mat. Wed. - - 25c to $1.50
j)y. Ltd.. presents a
ttMRtk
Wil I <<*'
ID /
)FOR~
Broadhurst
i.n in |
n and Julia Dean
n nth \ rhlHc. i
PRODUCTION INTACT i
OR COMPLETENESS
ily's Playhouse, New York City j
\l4.llt\l. i.vu n 111111:4-1 I HOM
i n \t thk idki.tmi i
in. \nr.i.rin %.
SEATS NOW
\. Itrn?|> \ iiiittiiiM'a- 4.rnluiitt 'liiNnl'n I
4 "inert >.
-STRINGS
r thk thiatiik vi. w 4ihi.ii.
I'l.WKI) I '4?H o\|-.l4 \ VIvVH \t
:%tkk. m:vv viiiik.
4.1? 1: \ 1 \\\?.M:iil\\ 04?l'll \\4t.
IWME. JOHANNA
I n A II I
AUolU
IN SONG RECITAL
E VAUDEVILLES
IEATRE IN AMERICA
ily. W hoii ami r?urirc 1 ii- im-inin jeflRSljr
in ftcr.tn' ih*- I'roinpnaut- I?unce J(fs?|gEa#
VKS? -IT,. r.? and 7.*V I ESTS T
t>T O % I <il H % Ii llll l. (Off1
'III'- Nfn T"rh I" x T i Nt .1 _ :i:?/ i I
The Lawn Party I
With Hip I'.i'fclH.i <n|lin'li?n gJEj?
W. J. DOOLEY M
An'l a .a 'C Btoa?1?\a> 4 oinprini. /"JiSA*
in 11n| i 111p111 Mii?ical < <>iu.*tjy
Mil*, ami \fprrr TtavPMiPs "f \w/ <
<T:u:mtiTn.s <ir tin >i A'.r ?XiMt
"KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE %JK
SHERIFF"
\ rsv<me en - v?i\n m.s
IN THE PARROT" ? Eni*raat:c |j?
GORDON & MARX 4
"Thosi* Jollr <iorfnan IVIlmv*
?. **Th* rv?il* of th?* \!ad??nn?. ' Ki foJXj?]
TTLE PARISIENNE f
.t *t?i l iia-ft < <>iii|i:iny >if <i I
a If Win." Mimiiv AlJi-n. I i
? :
r.M. 10 lur.M. e
% ufrrir 10 x >|-10 * r M Y
I VVlIbII ''-m- > " I*??. A
caitifii. ;jr
Photo Plays r
* 1 11 \in rn<i(;ii\>i A
P EVKRV ll\>
_ EXCURSIONS. _
f BEFORE GOING HOME
HON I I Ml. I" Hm'I
Baltimore,
An'siiapolis
aod tlhe U. S.
Naval Academy.
T rains Every M Me relates
1
From lli'i iind New York Avenue,
Witbiti vue Mock ><T Tr<Ni*ui-jr
IMHF.OT l<? 1HITKI. AMI HI SI NESS
DISTRICT ??l" IIAI/I I MORI. WITIUU I
! f llAA'.? Iv ? 'I ? \ l?^.
See the Great U. S. ;;
Navafi Academy
\.\r? THH <JI AIM ?#1.11 < '1 IV ?'l tN
N.\r<<!.IS ON RKM III I I, SI VKIIV
I! I \ ki;
Trains Every flour,
lauit .1^ 14tb and Nm Mrk ;uc " m.ii
II * lifter the hour. and M|HTIIte .1:1. -1 to
the cuff of the NhvhI Aeadetny ll>?m' >
of three signer- of the ImHaration In
Old Slate II-.il- Mir le
Wa-hlujrt<?n resijrtu <1 his ...mini ?ior .mil
! nmnv other old hi-iot'le [.In.-.-- made fa
moils during revolutionary tune, ih.n voii
ij Mill lie interested 111.
I BAM? tOMKItTS AMI lt|; 11.IS IUII.T
AT "IIIJv VAVAK A< Alil.MV
The IkhIv of our treat naval hem.
lollN I'M I. .|o\r>
K.-l- in < tT|?t :ft tin- Naval A< a.leiny
eha|H-l.
The government ha- i.-ently \|? ruled j
i Sir. ihni.ihmi in improvement- a. the Naval
\eadeiuy. and it i? i be greatest natal
! sehool in the tvnrld.
j imin r miss i ni: in s i s1111> i imp
ol I Ol \\ A s 111 N< .TON
AsU our ats'itt for full iiif.rmatit.il.
. \\ ASIIIMiTON. It AMI MOCK A N I' \N- !'
.NAINW.IS KKKCTRIf KAII.KOAII CO . )
Mill .jlid N? w York ar?\ ii.u
buii<Itii?.
DANCING.
Hl*s t lIM'Pl:i.K.\i: 131 i! Q ST. N \\ |'l|o\H
V t!kl i Tu l.ty.i H lal Oil I lilt lull ^ I 1^1 IIOAU
taught. l'rimlf. any hour. Assembly dance
rcry rhureday etnalng. Halliomu for rem.
DAXCKUXD NOW OPKV. Stk a t; MX
Panning every Wed .V Sat. pro-. eiitleiuen,
I>0c: ladies fiyr. Tito ball ion?p?| for private
dames. K. A. FARNAN. rtiW I'd. ?? . ?.e.
ASSEMBLY l?A NOES Till R.A: SAT. I VI . NAT.
Riflrs" A-utorr: -on u nun us ilauinig. S .10 to 1?.
DAVll'SOVS ACADEMY. 7I'? titli n.w Itoj'on
aud all danw? taught any leui:. Ph M. tbll.
PIIIVATE DANCING SCHOOL.
Only Out: Taught at a Time,
idilcfcl Da Dees. Folk Daueea.
Bclaacv Theater, top door. Select. M. OtCU-X.
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