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HBLYIBLTEBPUY HBLYIBLTEBPUYILL EARLY EARL9ALTEH WALTER PLAY PLAYWELL PLAYWELL
WELL ACTED AGAIN AGAINPaid
Paid in Full at the Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia Theater for Return ReturnEngagement ReturnEngagelnent ReturnEngagement
Engagement EngagementKugene
Eugene ougfM Waiters first and greatestsnccers greatest greatestsuccess test testruccellS
success Pa Paid d In Full returned to tothr toth tothe
the th Columbia last night Dl < < hl A cast that thatr thatas
a as r a whole Is t an capable as that seen seenin seenIn seen1n
in the original production furnished a aftrong atron as
ftrong s = tron Interpretation of this t admittedly admittedlyprvat admittedlyJreat admittedlyrat
prvat rat play playAfter playArter playafter
After its successful run for mere thanttwo than thantivo thattlo
two seasons ns In New York and ele elehere el elwhfle ele elea
a whfle here an 8 extended revkw of Paid in inFull InFun inFull
Full is superfluous The play lay is one oner onetr
f tr r trig i situations and heartgripping in inrrr InIITI
4 IITI rrr t from brat to last Its appeal peal is islupt I I111pt istlrr
tlrr lupt t so much muea so in fact that t ba t in their theirinturalnees U1t theirl > ir
1 inturalnees the th lines almost carry carrynrtnselves carry11If111ICChes carrynrnteh
nrtnselves nrnteh es at times tim and the people ore orefrf orerr
frf n upon U On the I he stage seem not actors actorsbut aclu acluh actorslint j
but h III everyday tf ryday type typeThe ty typesThe pe pehe
The he plot concerns Joseph Brooks An Anrgotistical clnsotlstkl tncgoUsttcal
rgotistical dictatorial and grumpy grumpyjming grumpyynung ump7 ump7rOlll
jming rOlll husband and his meek self selfsacrificing Hlrsacrificing selfracrllicinS
sacrificing and an indulgent wife and andtheir turdtheir nd ndtheir
their efforts to live upon a salary of ofIS orus offig
us IS a wrack Naturally theres a aniothcrlnlaw RmothertnlAw amotherinlaw
niothcrlnlaw tad an < 1 hor advice Finally FinallyHroohK FinallyBrook FinallyBrooks
Brook steals from bIB employer ployer part partlr pflrth partly
lr because he egotistically thinks he has hasa hasright
a right ti ht to and partly to provide the theletter th thttIr thetriter <
letter for his family The Th heart al alpa ap appeals altpHl ¬
pa peals als came when the wife KmmaHr EmmaHrnkfll Emma Lrtgmakrokt
Hr Hrnkfll < > okn < at the seeming risk to her hervomanly berwntanly herRnsnty
vomanly honor to forced by the hu hubuna Iltlll Iltlllbisnd lnebantl
buna to secure immunity at any ny price pricofrom prIefrom pricefrom
from the erfidoyet emi > toy r who discovers the thethefts Utethefte shethefts
thefts
Brooks Well Played PlayedThe Placdht Playcdrite
The ht role of Joe Brooke A8 played by byTtiriTas byThfINlS byThrmas
TtiriTas Coflln Co ln Cooke la fully up to totlu totll toth
tlu tll + standard tanda Ml el by b these tbo e who ho have havetolthert havehitherto naver
r hitherto < appeared here il He makes of oftin ofthi
tin 11 part a character as true to the theauthors tbeauthors theauthors
authors Intent as it seems possible possibleml po88i lc
ml a AIt i 1I iiagreeabte agr ea e ble e as that character characterI
f I one must give Mr Cooke credit for forome foracme or ororne
acme really excellent ex ncnL acting ttna lie te tespecially aaf iscpcclally
specially f effective in the socalled 11ed 3ticnt si silent I I1l1t ¬
lent fccenes when iwn exposure seems to tovonfront 10wnrNut toconfrout
vonfront him Karlfcr rlwr r In the he play pia as asK
true trueportrayal tMHRnk trueFrank
K I grouch he rings
Frank < Rnk C Burton furnishes a virile virileJlortral virilepof
pof portrayal trayal wf f the part of Captain Will Williams iVilltams 11I 11Ilams ¬
lams the rough Mustering blu lerinf newlyrich newlyrichmploy l1cwlyncbfa
rra fa captain turned president or o tbe tbeIIteamlJhlJ ll llsteamship
steamship company by which Brookll l3rokarl I Imployed
mploy mployjtood mployed m to ed Ir Burton WU pArtlcularly pArtlcularlyooj pertku y yxooi
jtood xooi ooj in in the third act actthe the scene e between betweenUrooke belwnllrook betweenLrooks
Urooke wife Ife and his employer when the theformer theformer thetormer
former pleads for himMiss him himMiss
I
Miss Brothers Scores ScoresKrtna ScoresEdna
I II
Edna I lrm Brothers Impersonates Imper onate the sweet sweetwomanly sweetwomanly wee i iwomanly
womanly character of Kmma Brooks BrooksIso BrookNo BrooksNo
No fault can be found with lth her inter interpretation Interpretatlon interpretation ¬
pretation of the part of the contented contentedfclfHacrlncfng C9t1 ceiltentedselfaacrilicing ten ted tedel
fclfHacrlncfng el acrtkln wife Her manner mannerthroughout Jnannerthroughuut mannerthroughout
throughout in fact Is one that adds addsgreatly Mddllalh addsgreatly
greatly alh to the human Interest of the theentire thentlr threntire
entire ntlr play plR but she he might ml hl throw thr w a lit little IItIe littie
tie Ie more emotion into th thebt the bigger r scenes scenesnotably scenesnotably ceAalno
notably no tab the last with her husband husbandNYUtiHHi huJHlndWmiMan hu3ndWilliam
William Ji Lyons essays M to play noble noblelK noblelerted
11 lerted lK > artetl Jiiiurie JitrrafeSndth Smith the typical typicalfriend typicaltriend typicalfriend
friend in need and he does it wellBeth well wellMoth welLHtl1
Moth Harris Kinnm Brook younger youngerulster YfJUnserplater youngersister
ulster is played by hazel Chappie CbaPI and andMis andti8 andMies
Mis ti8 Chapple i Is 1 a charming little in ingrnti InInl Ingenue
grnti Minor though the part Is Miss Misschappies Mt Misshappies s shapples
chappies presence pre ence on the stage always alwaysremed Rlwa8fremed alwaysseemed
seemed to have a 8 refreshing rerreehln intinence intinenceKate InduenceKlltE htfiueoceKate
Kate Fletcher lJ cIHlr gives xIv es a humorous huft1l > rol1s inter interpretation InterprtaUou interpretation ¬
pretation to the e Vole e of Brooks mother molherJI118w motherinlaw motherinlaw
inlaw Mls ltdl M Fletcher aeemod utterly utterlyit utter utterof
It it home me m In the part which Is I praise praiseufnient praIHuftkIN1l praise praiseuffi
ufnient uffi lent since the mothersinlaw In Inrvprdsy inr I
r rvprdsy verds > life are said to feel that way
Jack Ja k Sheehan is t good in the minor part partof partof I Itf
of tf Japanese J patneM servant servantPaid servantPahl ant I
Paid in Full I is s a play that should shouldbe
be seen whether you are making ids idsa 11 illR 11a
a week or more or leas
T H I T TCOMEDY TCOI TCOMEDY
COMEDY COI EDY FEATURE
OF CHASES BILL BILLWith BILLith BILLWith
With ith one or two exceptions the bill billat billat billat
at Chases this week Is I composed of ofcomed ofcomedy t tcomed
comed > number numbenThe numberlThe numberThe
The large lal5 audience present at laM laatnights laMnlsht8 lastnighta
nights perf perfrniancr > > rniance imbued with the theYuletkle theYuletide theYuletide
Yuletide spirit enjoyed every part of ofthe orthe ofthe
the program Opening the bill oW was itl itl1uf Miss MissEuetinc > lim limKuPtinr
KuPtinr 1uf > tlnt Franciscos family of animate animateoniprising animalsoniprising nI nI0nlprlslnJ
< oniprising pony donkey and dogs Following Fol Following Followhljr ¬
lowing was w the only musical number on ontx ontilt onthe
tx > piograjn vlogJ m Horace Wright Wrl7 > ht and Rene Reneiilotrich ReneHlftrhh Retieiirtrlch
iilotrich Their contribution consisted coUllt te of ofmirtii ormirth ofnIrlli
mirth and melody and was one of the thedelightful thedlIghtrul thedlightful
delightful hits of the evening especially especiallytirir especiallyt
tirir 1 ir singing Sill18 of the popular By S theLight the theJight theJtght
Light of the tb Silvery Moon a la Nora NoraIaye NoraIsayes loraB
Iaye B tyeK and Jacob Norworth Russ Die Dtetrirh Diet Dietrich
trirh t is a Washington uhlnl on gin and was wastivn assgiven Ii Iii
given i pn a hearty reception In The TheJ TheJ4mUn TheLemon
J Lemon mun Oily I Land and Agent t Paul Quinn Qulnnand Quinnand Quinnltd
and Joe Mitchell again appeared in their theirtalking theirt theirtalking
talking t alkln g sketch sketchIn keLchIn
In a playlet replete with the subtle subtleatmosphere subtleatmosphere bt1 bt1RtnOsphe
atmosphere of the Sunnjr 8un South John JohnI
I P Wade supported by b Charles Ct irlea W King KingitnJ Kln Klnnj lIngana
ana nj Mw Jane Herbert presented presentedMars preaentedJtaMl presentedMars
Mars Shelbys Chicken Dinner Mr MrWadf MrWadI firWade
Wade as the servant of Judge Ju4 < < c Shelby Shelbywhose ShelbyhOlW Shelbywhose
whose hOlW fortune has been wiped out by
the th war gave an excellent portrayal of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the negro faithful in adversity to his htamaster h hmalJter hismaster
master masterI malJterIanc masterLane
I Lane ane and ODonnell in an eccentric eccentricacrobatic eccentricRcrobati eccentricacrobatic
acrobatic < act created a continuous continuouslaugh continuo continuo1am1t continuousiaiiRit
laugh with Ith their Lunatic J Jf1lc Tumblers Tumblerslooping TumbleraI4OJtln TumblersLooping
looping the Bumps A terpsichorean terpsichoreannovelty terpcichoreannovelty telchoreannOYolty
novelty was given < < iven by the Six American AmericanDancers AmerlamDaner AmericanDancers
Dancers DancersThe DanerThe DancersThe
The concluding C ncludln number on the bill billwa billWII billwar
war wa The New N Coachman in which whichIXJuU wlltcllIouLs wlttchLouts
Louts Simon and Ad Grace Gardner were werefeatured werefeatJred werefeatured
featured G B R RKING RKING I IKING
KING CASEY GETS GETSA
A WARM WELCOME WELCOMEJohnny
Johnny Ray Ra in King Kin Casey at atthe Jltlhe atthe
the Academy last evening Penln cornered corneredAll
All four corners of the th laugh lau h market marketand marketand marketand
and then the went far enough to keep keepthe kepIh keepthe
the Ih capacity audience in an uproar uproarright uproJrrlbht uproarright
right up to the end of the show Punt Puntn Jur Jurnjomen Purernoymeat
njomen n Joy men t was the keynote k ynote from first firstto IIralto
to last and even the dyedlnttu dyedlnttuwuol dyedInthewiol
wuol 1101 lovers lov ra of the melodrama were wereforced werefnrced wereforced
forced to concede con e th the pretty little littletwoact Uttlet littletwoset
twoact t oat musical comedy one of the thehfftt theh thelrat
hfftt h and In all probability the fun funniest runulct funniest ¬
niest offering oerln seen at the Academy Academythis
this season seasonJohnny lHaaonJohnny seasonJohnny
Johnny Kay Is well known In this thistown thl thllown thistown
town and nd Is popular Cast as a King Kingasev Kill KillIi XingIasey
Iasey asev Ii for several seasons Mr IIr Ray RaylIn
hines lIn now as the polished article articleIlls articleHI articleills
Ills HI eccentric antics and articulation articulationi articulaUonmind
i mind one of Frank Taylor who whosrved whurfd whosrved
srved rfd an estimable place In Wash Washington WashInJton Washngton ¬
ington theater memory IIMmOI aa th thomedian the themcdlan thet
< omedian > in Coming ColDn Through rouh the theJtv theH theTt theThe
Jtv H
The Tt show abounds in pretty songs songshandled songshandled uns unsJlIlndl
handled JlIlndl d by b a pretty and welltrained welltrainedhorus welltrainedfhrrUIl
f horns All 11 of the numbers are given givenwith givenwith Iyen IyenI
with I t II iir II life ff and dash and not a single singleone slnlelnf singleone
one lnf went by the boards without at atrant
rant two encores Miss Emma Km ma I lay ItayaM layiK
Be iK Uoldie Mine In and George Milton Miltonlalapuliixa itflltoHI Miltonav
HI t th h priMe mlnlater min ster tU the Kids ut
lalapuliixa werecloi were closely ly linked with
King Ii i II rg Jt Casey himself in th the funmak funmaking lunklnJ runtsaking ¬
ing ingLYCEUM lnJ ingLYCEUMCherry
LYCEUM 1 YCEUMffCkarry CJiarry Blatfom BlatfomThr BomThf BlessontsThr
Thr Cherry < r Blossoms cotnuMiiy cotnuMiiyir flmp uy uyH
ir ir H < sntlng s ntinlr a musical twonet burletta burlettat
+ t the t h L Lyceum u was well f1I received lv lvnint tas tasiff la > it itfling
fling hr M thiSll i U Rudlfn RudlfnII audirneitli
itli d iff II < iintty i but h 1 II i 1i qmr Jff
tu 11raili Jlilniltvu ttu fir C > mle J c Stoic uu U ilJull abunI
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TOUR A NOTABLE EVENT I
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MISS JULIA MARLOWE MARLOWETSS MA MARLOWEM OWE OWEMISS
TSS JULIA MARIX5WK MARIQ will III come to Uashington for a weeks engagementwith engage cnsagel en a e ementwith
MISS M l mentwith E l H Sothern In Shakespeare repertoire from rotn the New
Cheater New W York YorkThe Yorkrhe YorkThe
The tour arranged this season for those thc e representative players to
the Ih consummation of an effort made several years back to g gIVe < v ISlfobeUifcR ISlfobeUifcRclassics ElhMLMUIUtctaalcs Lihlabethanclassics
classics in an adequate setting and an adequate equate company
Mr Sothern S tbern and Miss Marlowe are recognised interpreters of Shakcsperiaa Shakcsperiaaroles
roles 101 and their Joint tour affords an unusual opportunity for seeing th the class i a
Ica again
FIVE NlW NE PlAYS PlAYSOPEN PLAYSGOTUAM
OPEN IN GUM GUMThe
The Little Brother of the theRich theRich theRich
Rich Wins Greatest GreatestAttention GreatestAttention GreatestAttention
Attention AttentionNEW
NEW YORK Doe ISFlve IS Five new newplays ne nepla8 newplays
plays 0 opened eM 4l In New 1IIe York 1a Jut t itl night nightand I tit titand t tAnd
and not un vile of oCt tM than m ac aec according nll r hjcr te teOothmns teGothtun toOothatns
Oothmns critics today t 4 y is destined t trank tit titrank torank
rank as Th TIM Great American PityPerhaps Pity PhyPerhaps PaM PaMl
l Perhaps erhNt the most talked of of the thenew thenew thenew
new plays Is The Little Brother of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the lllch by b Joseph Medlll Patter Patterson PatterlIOn Pattersun ¬
son and Harriet Ford which was waspresented waspresented a apreael1ted
presented at t W allacks Theater IlildaSpongs Hilda HildaSpongrs HildaSpu
Spongrs Spu a acting ctin as an adventuressreceived adventuress adventuressreceived dventure dventurereceived
received the major portion of the
praise praiseThe p praiseThe I
The critics unite in declaring thatThe that thatThe thatTbe
The Next of Kin with Miss Hedwlg HedwlgRelcber HedI HedIReiche TledwigReicher
Relcber In the title rele failed to tocarry tocarry totarry
carry conviction in its premier at the theHudson theHudaon the13udeon
Hudson Theater TheaterKnow TheateruKaew TheaterKnew
Know Thyself a threeact play playby plAYby playby
by Paul Hervieu was wa presented by byArnold byArnold byArnold
Arnold DaJy and a small company companyat
at the Berkeley erkelc Theater and was WHSseverely wasllleTerely wasseverely
severely criticised by every ery New York Yorkcritic Yorkcrll Yorkcritic
critic criticFrancis crll criticFrancis Ie IeIrancl
Francis Wilson got many laughs laughsand lu laughsand h8 h8And
and a tear or two in his comedy The TheBachelors TheHachelor TheBachelors
Bachelors Baby BAb presented at the theCriterion theCriterion theCriterion
Criterion CriterionThe CriterionThe CriterionThe
The Commanding Officer at the theSavoy theSavoy theSavoy
Savoy is a melodrama JUelOf ram of army life lifein JlffIn lifeIn
in the We West t which won much ap applause applaufle applauSe ¬
plause for its melodramatic climaxes
dance of catchy musical ntulJle l numbers and unrisome andMme andsome
some nod comedy the show i la one onethat un unthat onethat
that cannot fall to entertain entertainThere cntel entertainThere dll dllThere
There ar are part where the porform pertorinai4ce porformHoe pf > rform rformaKe
aKe Hoe drags d but the bright spots put more morethan Ulurethan morethan
than offset the dull A number of ofclever ordfver ofclever
clever dances arc introduced involving involvinga
a fetching etchln display of feminine costumes costumesKotabie 4oatu costumesNotable tt8 tt8Notabe
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wa wu John Perrys Down In the Cthof Clrj Clrjof ClroC
of Boone BooaeGAYETY BooluGAYETyuThe BooneGAYETYThe
GAYETY GAYETyuThe The Marathon Girls GirlsExcept GirllExcept GirlsExccpt +
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the L le Gayety this week ffk labeled The TheMarathon 11aeMarathun TheMarathon
Marathon Girls hardly measured up to tothe tethe tothe
the standard of attractions seen at that thathouse thathouae thathouse
house for the past few weeks weeksThe weekThe weeksThe
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Dion Boucicaults Famous FamousPlay FamousPlay FamousPlay
Play Given With Spirit Spiritby Spiritby Spiritby
by Elis Sons SonsDerore SonsBefore
1 Before Before a dteting diathigatlshod lhod c audience a dktAee that thatIncluded ttatineiiHletl UltJ
Included J el1HIetI Mrs 11Lwt1Im William H TaCt Bless Blessholes MtaUoien in inHeieR
holes T Taft ft and her two tw t brathon brathonrepresentative bNthtmltHIItattve a arepresentative
representative tHIItattve gathering of Yale grad graduates gradualea graduates ¬
uates and IHI manr any persons of social prom prominence ptomInenee promIneree ¬
inence tjie te Yale Dramatic Club pre presented preWJ1ted presented ¬
sented I London Assurance at the th Na National National Nat5onal ¬
tional yesterday afternoon afternoonBefore atternoenBefure afternoonBefore <
Before the curtain rose a spoh apokml1 apokml1tor s MLn
for the company begged the indulgence Indulsenceuf
of the audience in view ifw of lh tie hardships hard hitrdships rd rdhlJ
ships hlJ the t company ha hAd < l encountered on onits units
its way to Washington but th the per
formaice proved that no apology wasneeded was wasneeded
neededThe needed neededThe
The Dion Boudcault comedy was giv o1veat given v ven ¬
en with Uh satisfactory Uercter historical setting settingm ttl
m in the matter of costumes co tunu 1I and scenery sceneryand sceneryand sceneryand
and with acting that was warmly warml7celvoo received re raceived ¬
ceived The play abounds lu that thatrristcriiiR thiLtrd thatrcielerIn
rd rristcriiiR terln comedy comedy that affords excellentvent excellent excellentvent excellentvt
vent for college boy spirits ph1t Two Twoyoung TwoJoung Twoyoung
young men who rivaled Julian Sltinge
in the their < r feminine impcrsonHtioic were
H T r Warren and W Yo C Bullitt The
former played Dazzle and tho latter lattertook lattertook I
took the part of Lady Gay Spanker SpankerA
A great real measure of the praise pnd e for theexcellent lh lhexcellent tIM tIMeXC4nent
excellent staging 8llll1 < < of the play probably
belong to Frederick A Thompson Thompson who whoacconiiHUitad whoAceotn whoaecompanletl
acconiiHUitad Aceotn 1 the club here h MrThompson Mr MrThompson r rThoUtp
Thompson ThoUtp on te well 11 known In Washington Washingtontnrouah Waehmgtunt Washingtontnreu
tnreu t tnrouah h his connection with fth the Cohim Cohimbi Colam Colamhla
baa bi players payers last spring pdn
f longing in fact as well as In descrip description dcecrlptlon description ¬
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tractive awl another Jumcle ecene in
African Wilds formed form d part oC the prwgram pruInam pro
gram Mr r Roosevelt was impersonated impersonatedrather iinpet aenated aenatedrather
rather broadly but the act ct brought brtJuirl1tlah broughtmany broughtmany
many laughs laughsSPECTRUM
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have previously handled its line This Thismeans Thillmeans Thismeans
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act HS the EMF agent in this city
Manager W C Long received many
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or l the e agency for thi this J popular > O ulor car
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one or the most engrossing litigations
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