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Current Attractions.
(Continued from First Png*'.)
Cadieux, Master Luciene La Rue
»tid fit’tic Stanley.
Yvette Rugel, prima donna, will be
featured in a program of well selected
numbers, and others on the bill are
a comedy attraction, offered by Frank
Davis and Adele Darnell, entitled
“Auto Row”; a musical novelty by
Moore and Powell called "Crooning and
Halftoning"; Bury's dog stars, ‘ four
footed thespians,” and Ruhye Latham
Duo in an ‘‘aerial classic."
Aesop's Fables, Topics of the Day
snd the Rathe News will he shown.
Three shows will ho given on Sun
day onlv, at 2:15, 3:15 and 8:15.
EARLE—“Miss America of 19*7."
Washington theatergoers will have
♦heir first opportunity this week, be- !
ginning Sunday afternoon, to see Miss 1
America of 1327. namely. Lois Do- ]
lander, at the Karle Theater, where
fche will headline the program. This!
charming young winner of the beauty ;
crown at the Atlantic t'ity pageant
last September is appearing in an dale j
oratoly costumed and staged musical j
and fashion revue devised bv R. Her
bert Shaver and is supported by Bill :
Hutchinson and Margie Ross. Miss i
Arneiioa of 1927, who is a Joliet, 111., j
high school gill, is said to be an ac
complished musician and has also spe- j
clulized in dancing. In the revue she !
will lie seen in the gowns, beach cos- i
t units and coronation robes which she
wore during the pageant.
Others on the bill will be the Rath j
Brothers, athletes, in “A Study in lOn- j
durance”; Edwin George in “A Coni-!
edy of Errors.” and Saul Brilliant and i
company, with Alyce Fitzgerald and j
Claude Hart, in “Stick to Your Horn.” i
The added attraction will he a •
"Revue Fantasy” starring Sammy
Krevoff. Rob Vernon and Renee Myra,
with a cast of 10. It is offered in three
elaborate scenes.
The photoplay will he the De Mille
Studios’ production of “The Wise
"Wife." the story of a woman who out
flapped a flapper and regained the
wandering love of her husband. In
the title role Phyllis Haver is elevated
to stardom and supported by Tom
Moore, Jacqueline Logan and Joseph
Striker. "The R ise Wife” was adapt
ed by Zelda Sears and Tav Garnett
from a story by Arthur Somers Roche
arid was directed by E. Mason Hopper.
The short reel comedy will be
Christie's “Queer Ducks,” starring
Jack Duffy: the Kinograms also will
be shown, and the program will be
rounded out by orchestral numbers
including Sousa’s “The Thunderer”
and “I Told Them About You,” by
Friend, and pipe organ music by Alex
ander Arons.
GAYETY’—“A Perfect 36."
Billy Fields and Steve Mills win
laughs along entirely different lines,
it is said, in “A Perfect 36.” this
week’s attraction at the Gayety The
ater.
Included in the cast are Eddie Green,
Andy McCann, the Four McCanns,
Frances Ryer, Frances Norton, Gen
evieve Phillips, Fety Wells, Nat
Dranow and Annette Rand and a
Chorus of 24 girls.
Tinkling tunes and peppy dance en
semhles are features of the entertain
ment, with a spectacular array of
stage settings. There will be 20
scenes and 18 musical numbers, the
finish of the first act being “The Story
of the Drums.” and the finale of the
second act, “Dancing the Curtain
Down.”
STRAND—"Sugar Babies."
The 1028 edition of Harry Fields’
"Sugar Babies” is said to have a lit
tle of everything in its make-up, in
cluding clever comedy scenes, song
hits, peppy dance numbers, a talented
company and a coterie of pretty girls.
A surprise feature of interest is des
ignated on the program as “Dottie.”
Harry (Hello Jake) Fields is the
star comedian, with Althea Barnes,
prima donna; Vi Penny, ingenue, and
Millie Kennedy, Dorothy Reed,
Charles L. Schultz. Jack Rosen, Jack
Hoskins and P. McGillan in the as
sisting cast. The 20 “peaches” of
the ghorus were picked for grace,
agility and melodious vocalization.
JANET RICHARDS TOMORROW.
Janet Richards, who has recently
returned from Europe, will give her
first lecture on public questions to
morow morning at the Masonic Tem
ple, Thirteenth street and New York
avenue, at 10:45 o’clock.
, Os special interest in her review of
DANCING. ~~
I.EROY H. THAYER
Modem dance expert and authority.
Lady and gentleman assistants,
t 226 Comiei'tii ut Ave Main 2573. 15*
JOSEPHINE 4 ACKSON: I’RIV ATE DA NCI MiT
•ingle lessons, St: six. $5 Class dance Fri
day nights. 1636 tilth st. n.w. Pot. 318
CATHERINE BALLE
Washington'* foremost danseuse. Smart
•tens Private and class. Lady and gentle
v> loan assistant. 1341 Conn. Ave M. 04 54.

Mrs* Mae Davison
Member of D. M of A
Special classes for men and boys in Taps,
Soft Shoe. Acrobatic. The Stage. Dixie
Stomp. Waltz-Clog. Black Bottom. Spanish.
Gvnsy. Russian. Ballet.
Fri. eiass. 8 to 10 n.m. Private lessons
dav and evening. Children's class. Tues.. 4-6.
13-49 51 St. N.W. Phone Main 1733 _•
PROF AND MRS. L. 'A. ACKER STUDIO.
1127 lOth st. n.w. Classes Mon.. Fri.. 8 to 11
p.m.. with orchestra Private lessons by an- I
pointmeot. Frank. 8367. Established 1000. I
MR. STAFFORD PEMBERTON.
Ex-Partner to Mae Murray. Gertrude Hoffman
All Stvles of Dancing Taught.
Classes for Exerci«e Body Building. Reducing
Studio, 1144 Conn. Ave. Fr. 43*0. no 3 0•
LETTIE MARIE BARRETT
Will make you a perfect ballroom dancer.
THE FOX STUDIO. 811 13th ST. M. 3108
All types of stage dancing taught. 13*
BEATRICE COLES
All tynes dt dancing taught—prolccslona j
and non-professional.
Studio. '4817 14th St. N.W.
Children's Classes. Col. 7322. Adams 6780
rioltt*
nAVKRM'Q Teach you to dance cor
« rectly in a few lessons.
Prof. Mr*. strictly private any hour.
13214 M St N.W. Class and dance Sat.
Main 1732 eve with orchestra. 13^
DANCE “
With Instructress. JOr. Sun. Mat. 3 P.M.
Music by the "SPANISH SEHENADEHS"
Waltz. Foxtrot: 4 Private Lessons, *5
Teacher* and Stage Dancing Course
DON MARTINI ®anc|no
Onen 1 P.M. 1317-10 V Y. Ave. Frank. 8004
TCHERNIKOFF-GARDINER
SCHOOL OF DANCING
A Thorough Training in the Art of the
Dance In All Its Phases.
Engagements Procured for Graduate
Students.
Among graduate pupils are: Edna Bow
man Prima Ballerina : t Roxy’s Theater:
William Hill. Fokme Con ert Ballet: Dorothy
Burr, ltaseh Ballet. C.. rent Follies; Margo
Zolnay Club Lido. New York. Children and
Baby Classes. Physical Culture.
_ 1708 S St. Ca t a l ogur. \ ort h_ 871.
I Don Martini %
<• "America’s Noted lMneing A
j Authority.” v
% STUDIOS FORMERLY T
A PALM BKAt’H, NEW YORK, A
♦ ATLANTIC CITY, LOS X
♦ A NCI ELKS A N JL> MIA MI ❖
Mr Martini has taught the elite V
X of famous resorts for $5 per lesson. A
♦ The same instruction is now avail- A
A able from Don Martini and staff at A
A the moderate lee of four private X
X lessons. $5. I
T OPEN 1 P.M. Y
T 1317-19 N. Y. Ave. Frank. 8694 J
Helen Jane Marr
School of Creative Dancing
and its
Related Arts
New court*** Itwcinnitur week of November
Sl*t‘in cljtMical. acrobatic. lap and
room clancmir. f'las-v*** limited to ten pupils.
Children # clupwti Saturday mormnjr.
Loretto Murphy
Associate Instructor
Special Class for Professional
Dancers to Begin on November 23
Studio —1422 Mass. A»e. N.W.
Decatur 962. *•« A
AMUSEMENTS/
leading world events will be the sum
j mary of the present trend of inter
j national thought and action, as ob-
I served in various European countries,
; and particularly at Geneva during the
September sessions of the League of
j Nations, the outstanding feature of
| which was the so-called “revolt" of
the smaller nations against the alleged
star chamber methods of the “Big
Three,’ and the spirited replies of
Briand. Chamberlain and Stresemann.
Mention will also he made of the
leading world statesmen, tneiud ! n*r
Signor Mussolini, who were both met
and heard by Miss Richards while in
Europe. The high lights in home af
fairs will also be touched upon.
CLARA \V. McQUOWX —Friday.
Clara W. MeQuown will devote her
j time Friday morning to a discussion
i of home affiairs, dealing especially
j with recent industrial developments
j in the South and the increasing eco
j nontic sympathy between the agri- !
cultural South and the agricultural I
! West.
These talks are given every Friday !
I morning at 11 o'clock in the ballroom I
I of the Washington Club, 1010 Seven !
! te ?nth street.
Iturion Holmes Thursday.
' Paris will he the subject of Burton
j Uplines' lecture Thursday afternoon.
I "hen he will offer the second topic in
j his new cycle of travel revues at the /
i National Theater.
Burton Holmes knows his Paris j
i and those fortunate “tourists” who |
j travel with him will be made to feel
at home with the things which go to
j make up the high-spots in a visit to
j the gay metropolis. His canvas is
j wide and the things which he so vig
| orously paints will illumine forever
after all that his hearers have read
j or heard about Paris —its quaint old
streets and grandiose boulevards, its
salons and shops, its picturesque
Latin Quarter and its dazzling display
of fashion and luxury; its cases and
cabarets; its bird market and its rag
fair; the grave of the Unknown Sol
dier and the little island where Paris
buries her pet dogs; the haunts of the
Paris underworld—everything which
goes to make a trip to Paris a suc
cess.
Thursday afternoon. December 1,
the third lecture in the course will he
given, under the title “More Days
and Some Nights in Paris.” There
will' be no lecture Thanksgiving day
THE GUILD IN BALTIMORE.
“The Doctor's Dilemna,” a produc
tion of the Theater Guild Acting Co.,
will have a week’s engagement at the
Auditorium, in Baltimore, beginnig
tomorrow. The company will be un
able to come to Washington this
year.
Among those in the company this
year are Alfred Lunt. Lynn Fontanne,
Baloil Holloway, Dudley Digges, Hel
en Westley, Henry Travers. Earl Lar
imore, Ernest Cossart and Phyllis Con
nard, all well known to the American
stage. The play Is staged hy Dudley
Digges and the settings are by Jo
Mielziner.

The mailing lists of the United
States Department of Agriculture to
persons and institutions interested in
poultry include addresses in prac
tically every country of the world.
JANET RICHARDS
Public Questions: Home and Foreign
First Talk of the Season
Monday Morning. November 14, nt 10:45,
Masnnlr Temple, 13th and N. Y. Ave.
Season Ticket <lB talks) $6.00
With Reserved Heat 9.90
Single Admission 05c
Popular Lecture on
“MOTHER INDIA”
The Bonk’s Influence on American
Policy in the Paeiilc
BY WILLIAM RUFUS SCOTT
Recently in the Far East
SMALL BALLROOM. WILLARD
HOTEL
Tuesday Eve... Nov. 22, 8:15
Adm . 75c. Tickets in lobby.
Community Institute 2nd Event
Dr. George A. Dorsey
author of
“WHY WE BEHAVE LIKE
HUMAN BEINGS”
will speak on
"HAS OUR CIVILIZATION FAILED*”
Central Community Center, 13th and
Clifton Sts.
Thursday, Nov. 17, 8:15 P.M.
Season and single tickets: Franklin School
Building and Willahl lintel News Stand
LAWRENCE
TIBBETT
R \li\ LONE. METROPOLITAN Hi’ERA
Poli's Theatre. Friday. Nov. 18. 4:30
Seals Mrs. Wilson-Greene's Bureau.
Droop's. J.'Hh and G. M. 0193.
Held Over Another Week
' 4 ,......
Present*
V M
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m c.
%
A Comic Opera /)
By Milloecker
r
President Theater
Delights audience all signs
point to a successful week—E. E.
i\. Post.
A whole bouquet of stars—Jessie
Macßride, the Times.
Unquestionably a great success
—Florence Hyde, Herald.
The chorus—Haven’t seen ths
like in years—W. T., News.
Beit Seats, $1.50; Bal., 75c-$l
Mats. L h t««uy r 50c, 75c, SI.OO
NEXT WEEK—ROBIN HOOD.
yiKST CONCERT OF TIIK
SEASON
j PHILADELPHIA
ORCHESTRA
FRITZ REINER, Conducting
I WASHINGTON AUDITORIUM
TUESDAY, 4:30
Tickets. SI, $1.50. $2, $2.50, T. Arthur
Smith Bureau, 1330 G St. N.W., la
1 Homer L. Xitt Co.
NEW YORK ~
PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA
Conductors.
WILLEM MKNGHLIIF.HG
ARTURO TOSCANINI
THREE CONCERTS
NATIONAL THEATRE—4tBO
j Seetos Tickets. f7. |5. $4. S2.SO. T. Arthur
Smith Bureau. 1330 O St. NW„ in
Homer X,. Xitt Co.
THE SUNDAY STAB. WASHINGTON, P. C.. NOVEMBER 13
Creates Past for Characters.
according to William Pow
ell, one of the screen's most im
pressive villains, is largely a matter
|of imagination. Before a role can be
! successfully, plausibly or sincerely
I acted, it must be subjected to a
| treatment of imagination that ran be ,
j compared to an expert diagnostician's j
’ study of a patient. Powell declares, j
Mr Powell’s characterization of
Boldin!, the renegade in “Beau
Oeste,” for instance. Before ever the
cameras started to grind, Powell had '
subjected himself to a course of
imaginative research that covered
every angle of his life. In his imag
ination lie provided Boldini with par
ents—a lazy, booze-soaking mother,
and a worthless father, who worked
only casually. Boldini. hr figured,
had been neglected from birth. He
lived by stealing from the time lie
was 3. thieving under the tutelage of
parents and neighbors. From the
age of 8. he divided his time between
jails, waterfront dives and under
world hangouts until he finally landed
in the Foreign Legion, with neither !
morals nor conscience.
Powell worked out details of Bol
dini’s behavior which would naturally
result from such environment and
heredity. Boldini never had a full
cigarette: he was always smoking
snipes, the castaways of his com
rades. He was always sneaking and
spying, hoping to gain an advantage.
Now Powell has just completed the
application of a course of imaginative
research to another character—that
j of Leo Karlovitsch in the new picture
j iti which he is supporting Kmil
I Jannings. Leo is a political dreamer
| and an anarchist. But he is not the
ordinary blunt-headed bomb-tossing
type. He has culture and ideals, and
only sense of the futility of effort has
led him to violence. He is freed from
military service by a frail constitu
tion. This is the type of character
who meets .Tannings, as the great
general, in a battle of wits against
a background of the Russian revolu
tion.
Powell’s imaginative research also
has provided with a vivid back
ground: “I know this man Leo so
well now.” he says, “that I can play
him with entire sincerity. His
thoughts are my thoughts. * I know
his reaction to every set of circum
stances.”
MONDAY MONDAY j
At Sr.mUE L ASCU A ‘ 8:;l0
Mffrat. Messrs, S Hubert
EDGAR SELYVYN Presents
JUNE
WALKER
In the Hilarious Comedy
mm
Direct From a Season’s Run at
Times Square Theatre, N. Y.
Notable Cast of Twenty, Including
Godfrey Kerr, Gladis Moore and
Mrs. Jacques Martin
Next Week Seats Thursday
R. E. and R. R. RISKIN' Present
A Moving and Absorbing
Romantic Drama
“Bless You Sister”
By JOHN MEEHAN nnd ROBERT RISKIN'
SPECTACtXAR—THRILLING
Special Choir and Manic lans
J COMPANY OF 75 PLAYERS
Including
Ann Davis. Charles Bickford. Robert
Ames. Mildred McLeod
Staged By John Meehan. Settings by
Vellenti
ZZZ nhitm ncm f-mmn
■ M W I rT LADIES’ CLUB TREATER
M m I Bp I 1 WEEK BEGIRjrmG^Vo DAT
Morris Wainstock’s Sensational Continental Peppy Revue
“A PERFECT 36*’
With an Incomparable Cast of Entertainers, Including
STEVE MILLS-ML LY FI EL OS
Andy McCann, Eddie Green, Frances Norton, Belle McCann,
Nat Dranow, 4 McCanns, Frances Ryer, SaHy McCann.
Also a Thi-Hlingly Different Big Beauty Chorus of
Dancing Girls and Every One of Them is “A Perfect 36.”
Next Weeki BlUy Gilbert's Risk Hat Barlesuae
MESSRS SHO6ERT present-
NYMIHfUND
The American national Operetta
Score by SIGMUNDfIPMBSRG DookUyrics by DOROTHYDOmiLY
CAST OF, 150'-MILITARY MALE CHORUS OF 60
*Hiiled with the* explosive enthusiasm which
heralds alottfrun'
71* w J/crh. World.
i , . ■.
A musicdhpldy of-such chdrm. such dramatic interest,
such droll comedy i such richness, of 'melody thit its
popularity seems endless Personally. 1 predict
that it will, fun forever*
' Herman Dicefc, Phil Sc. Record
Evenings, s*.so to $1; Matinees Thursday and Saturday, $2.50 to $1
! Plus Tax
ONE WEEK ONLY
jfrA flVfcpJir
(9#%Bfr«C.J CASTandCHORUS’ '<s
of STUN NINO STtPPE.RJVAOOCD fEATURt
DAINTY DOTH!
NOVELT/ESeSUPPBISSS cuut SPECIALTIES
>4ff
Court Order Halts Actor From
Acquiring “Profile Like Barrymore s"
WOLHEIM, who is conceded
♦o own the toughest looking face
j on the screen or stage, won't acquire
j a “profile like John Barrymore's,” at
least until Barrymore's new United
Artists picture, “Tempest,” is com
pleted, if the courts and Wolheim's
employer, John W. Considine, jr., have
anything to say about it.
The latest move in Hollywood’s bit
terest battle over a screen artist's
right to change his facial map is a
court order restraining Wolheim from
undergoing a plastic operation. The
row dates back to two weeks ago.
when Wolheim. who is playing the
rhiet supporting role in Barrymore’s
Russian feature, made arrangements
with a Hollywood surgeon to have his
nose “beautified.”
Considine, who is president of Fea
ture Productions, Inc., under whoso
banner “Tempest” is being filmed.
~ JOSEF
HOFMANN
GREAT PIANIST
Poll’* Thfnter. Tam.. Nov. 20, 4:30.
Sent* Mr*. Wllson-Greene's Bureau. Droon'R.
lath and G. M. 0403.
Lincoln Colonade
Beauty Contest Ball
Who In Washington’* Prettiest
Colored Girl?
Wed., Nov. 16, 1927
Branson’* Society Orchestra
Entrants Communicate With
Reginald Cooper, 659 Morton
St. N.W.
GRAND OPERA
FESTIVAL
10th Anniversary Celebration
Washington National Opera
Week Dec. Sth to 10th
rOU’S THEATER |
MIGNON—CARMEN—THAIS
—FAUST—HANSEL and
GRETEL—AIDA
With World Famoue Artiate
EDOUARD ALBION,
General Director
Prices $l, $2, $3
and $5. No Tax
SEATS NOW
Jordan Piano Co.
1239 G St. Main 756
heard of the plans and announced he '
would seek b'gat redress if necessary j
to prevent tho operation. “Wolheim
is under contract to us. and because,
his so-called ’hard-boiled’ face makes i
his services unique and distinctive. I
do not intend to have his personality
ruined by an operation,” said the film
executive. “Mr. Barrymore’s picture,
when completed, will represent one of
the year’s biggest investments for a
motion picture. ‘Tempest’ is just well
started. Wolheim has one of the
most important roles, and if his face
suffered ‘beautification,’ we would
have to go to great expense to have
his scenes retaken. It would be the
same as a boxer intentionally crip
pling himself on the eve of a champ
ionship bout.”
Wolheim. hearing of Considine’s
edict, replied: “It’s my face, and I’ll
do with it as I see fit. The public is
under the impression my homely mug
H at 2:/7^Sjj
iAcistJWUWi
Preaewting Ilia Company of
BJHlmtkarlton nights H
J eat unrig Jm |g
LANE SISTERS RAY (RUBBER
kinnne V (~° *a ~n,, l0,a) LEGS) BOLGER /fill
p/ MlfUßt REYNOLDS VIRGINIA
= POWFI I SISTERS MARTIN IMS
= f MARV r MASTER IjCCIEM
j BDEY) BOtJTAfci
and j
== Thespians ■ <dl —•
| RUBY LUHAM DUO
S Aesop's Fables
~ Topics of the I IN “AUTO ROW”
S ‘^ADDED^r^^i
1 YVETTE RUGELjfI
S THE DISTINGUISHED i&sSjf Mi
PRIMA DONNA jU
Fgj Two Deluxe Show* Dully, 2:15 mul s:ls—Three
lr^l * * | Sunday— I'sirguln Matinee, 2:15; Evtrn Matinee. 5:15;
NATIONAL ”j*™s
M Nights, sl. $2, $2.50 A $3.50 B ■
H Sat. Mat.. sl, $1.50. $2, $2.50 A 53. 00 NIGHT
I i WED. MATINEE, BEST SEATS,S2.SOj
I l ———^
I "TP Shrst time on ary Stare
1 ZIEGFELD
P TK. O D U CTION
cJ new Jmerican Musical H^laF
w Adapted from the Ofovel of
| EDNA FER.BEIX.
! Showboat
. eMusic to Jerome Kern
I 'Book, to Oscar WammersteinlL
Dance/6y jammy Lee JcENERY6y Jos. Urban
Presented with all the splendor and
artistic detail which has made its pro
ducer's name Internationally Famous
NORMA TERRIS - HOWARD MARSH
EVA PUCK SAMMY WHITE
I Charles Winnincrer'
an a supporting ®
Castensemble y i SO
I HELEN MORGAN-EDNA MAY OLIVER-AUNT JEMIMA
| MADELINE PARKER-JULES BLEDSOE-CHAS. ELLIS fr OTHERS.
; NEXT WEEK BEG. MON.—MATS. Thurs & S*l.
® Mall Reservations «»r Telephone Order* for Thl* F.nxiKeincnt.
® feat* on Sale at Box Office Thursday, .November 17, at » A. M.
I MRS. _ . OTIS
FISKE and SKINNER
I with HENRIETTA CROSMAN
f IN SHAKESPEARE’S COMEDY
| “The Merry Wives of Windsor"
HI PRICES— Night*. Oreh., 93.55; Bal., 92.75 and 52.20 1 2d Bal., 91.10.
■ Thor*. (Thanksgiving I)ay> and Sat. .Mat*., Orch., 93.30; Bal. $2.75. 92.20
and 51.05) 2d Bal., 91.10.
Week of Nov. 28th—After a Record-Breaking Run of 41 Week* at
LITTLE THEATER, New York, John Golden Will Present,
With the Original Company Intact,
| “2 GIRLS WANTED”
Week of Sunday, Dec. 4th
~ AMERICA’S GRFATESTREVUE^^^j
i I jj »i i«M:i 33T vh\ ? i ma
i & KRODUCTION INTACT^^6I
I MORAN'& MACKastheTWO BLACK CROWS’
I JULIUS. TANNEN JOHNNy DOOLEY
NORMAN PRESCOTT
MAIL Niyhts: Oreh., $4 40: Bal.. $3.30 and $2.20; Second Bal., <l.lO.
mail. only jjßtine* Saturday: Orch., $3.30: Bal.. $2.75. $3.90 and fl.»;
OMENS NOW 3<cond Bal., sl.lO. (Theia prlcet include tax). Pleai* enclose
atamped and aelf-addrened envelope for return of ticket*.
I DIIDTAM IIPVT THURSDAY AT
I Dull lUll nLA I MATINEE 4:39
| HOLMES PARIS.gr
Many of Mr. llolmc*’ Picture* Were Made During the Turmoil ot
the lAndhurgh Reception
TICKETS NOW SELLING. SOc, 75c, 51.00 and fI.BO, PLUS TAX
. 1927-PART 3:
is responsible for my success. Every
time they want a terrible-looking crea
ture in a picture they pick me. Per
sonally, I believe I’m an actor, and
with my face remodeled. I’ll be able
to get out of the rut of playing one
j type of role.”
j But Considine made good his threat,
i and his lawyers secured a court order
: from Superior Judge Burnell, restrain- |
! ing I)r. W. E. Balsinger, who also
| “beautified” Jack Dempsey, from land
| sc aping Wolheim’s famous proboscis,
i The doctor did, however, perform a
| ' innpromise operation on Wolheim,
which is said to permit the actor to
j breathe easier.
j Wolheim, who is featured in “The
j flay Retreat,” shown on a local screen
| this week, was former New York stage
| star of "The Hairy Ape” and the
original Capt. Flagg of the stage in
Current History Lectures
CLARA W. McQUOWN
Every Friday, 11 A.M.
The Washington Club, 17th & K
Admission, 65c
A'tIUSEMENTSV
"What Price Glory.’ He Is an alumnus
ot Cornell University, where he was a
varsity foot ball star, and was a
mathematics instructor before he went
J lll1 ™ 1 ™™ 1-11 "TIrsTtIHe'^WASHIXGTON™ 1- " 1 ™"" 1
AMERICAN OPERA CO.
Operas in the Language of Its Audit: s
THItEE PERFORMANCES ONLY
POLI’S THEATER, 8:15
Manday Evening, Dec. 12--FAUST
Tuesday Evening, Dec. IS--MME. BUTTERFLY
Wednesday Evening, Dec. 14-MARRIAGE OF FIGARO
Season Ticket*! Three Performances—Sin.SO, 913.20. 90.»o, $3.30 1
Single Tickets—9s.3o, 9-1.40, 93.30, 93.20, 91.10. . I
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OF FIFTY BRILLIANT SOLOISTS AA
pjs Adolphe S. Kornsparb
The Thing to Do Today
declares music-loving Washington,
is to attend the ever delightful
Sunday Concert
rendered by the
FOX THEATRE
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
2 to 3 P. M. *
Complete De Luxe Performance Immediately Follows
Doors Open One Thirty P. M.
on the stage He first broke his noae
on the gridiron, and has had It
pounded out of shape several times
since.

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