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THE WASHINGTON TOFES, SUNDAY. APlTL 6, 1913. 15 T If ROBSON HERE AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS Will Be Here This Week at Popular Washington Theaters ACADEMY MATINEES TOES.. TMURS. AND SAT. ALL SEATS 25c FOR THE NATIONAL "The Count of Luxembourg" Will Be the Attraction Dur ing the Present Week. IN LATESUOIOY Unn Mmil Dlntf nf lAfhinl-i Ckn 1CJUL Eve'gs, Best Reserved Seats, 25, 35, 50c No Higher ! RETURN ENGAGEMENT cf Bad Fisher's Origaul Create Shakespearean Roles Will Also Be Presented During Week at the Belasco. Mi.i iiu.w i iay, ui viiiuii one -i-?.? --"'TVS MUSICAL PRODUC 1 TELL ' CLASS li'J i I jtKmMk, MW$vMiMm ill .WHtUi&tE&im wl MUTT AND JEFF Tor At Le e tf Hike, Mitt, Be RNMuMe" Is Co-Author, Is Entitled "A Night Out." Catchy music, a splendid company, and a most interesting story tell briefly of the fucccss that has attended Klaw t Krlangcr's big production of "The Count of Luxemlxjurg," tvhich comes to the National Theater tomorrow night nlth a record of having captivated the theatergoers of five countries. The opening scene is laid in the studio of an artist named Brlssard in Paris. It is carnival time in I'aris, and a group of merrymakers have gathered In the fctudlo. Into this happy party ventures a. money lender, who receives rough treatment and demands redress. Among those- present is the Count of Luxem bourg, described by himself as the biggest fool in France. As Brissard is about to be taken away to prison the Grand Duke Rutzlnov appears with a proposition which the Count accepts to save his friend Brissard from the gen darmes. Tho second act setting is the recep tion hall of the grand duke's home in Paris. Three months have expired and the count has returned to Paris where he has fallen desperately in love with the oung grand opera singer, not knowing that she is his wife. Impetu ously he has followed her uninvited to the reception given by the grand duke. When Angele meets him there he is using an assumed name; he presses his suit in the most arduous manner and captivates Angele. Their little confi dences that they are both married and both about to be divorced without cither divulging the circumstances are amus ing. Finally a rival suitor for Angele'a hand, who knows about the marriage, appears upon the sccno and awakens the romancers to a realization that they are really married, but must part. At this point the grand duke Is claimed by a Russian countess, who presents an order for her marriage to him signed by the Czar, and the Count of Lux embourg Is permitted to keep his bride. Ann Swinburne has the role of An gele. George Leon Moore that of the Count, Fred Walton plays Brlssard. Rcba Dale is seen as Juliette, and Frank Moulan is the grand duke. The staircase waltz, in which Mls3 Swin burne and Mr. Moore wind up and down a grand stairway to the tune of the Lehar music, is the piece de resistance. ACADEMY 'Mutt and Jeff" and their entire family of fun makers, singers, and 'dancers come to the Academy for a re turn engagement of one 'Week commenc ing tomorrow evening. "Mutt and Jeff" holds the record as the most successful cartoon play In theatrical history. Not alone that, but it Is now acknowledged the financial success of the season, which means practically the most meri torious musical production of the year. It Is a musical comedy on entirely new and unique lines, full of fun and good music. Introducing those two Inimitable character creations of Bud Fisher's genius with the pencil. The play was constructed for laughing purposes only, and in that It has been eminently suc cessful. From the first appearance of "Mutt and Jeff" until the final fall of the curtain, laughter is incessant. The usual matinees Will be .given on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. I I HHHaaaHnP'vf'' k WH&fc - -- HHHflHaaaHHlllI It rHHHHHHHiHHaHHHak2HJI I I 1 hhhbHhK v'V I WWv MPafaBfff V- i2---lVV'-: VmlllX If - yA. mavvt '-ffHHTHHaaHMl I I I HP- ' IKS?1 " "Tt Jmill if ?raBfei v ".hSjIIhhhhB I I 1 HHHHaHKfliHH'i' t .. - llll'Wv " Htadft jHHaaaHmBHHH II I II w3&V'lJ" " K II I I I IHBPIe .. &f?g, "" i "-.' 1 1 JtHHaHHBijilalH III I " kjP y v j I I ALMkmF -' -''m.:i Y aHHr .aHHHHHHHHHHHHi III iSaKSy -- a.5 --- ,. Hr .bbHVhVhShVhVhI I .'--- " -; If I wgBv -- W 7 ? f Hv.HbHbHHbHKh1 U r -" 4 -. ' 5. 's & -: I II HT .aHHHHHHHHHHHHHHfl II It ' vvi M I V; . -s- ,-VI 9 KhIhhIhhIhH I it v . v S&: I vicV HBBBBBi IkirV M THUELOW- BERGEN l SiSIhS 2Zjez?Z7oyvr W THATCHER APPEARS MB l:MHl IN "DOLLAR MARK" hhBk'b1IhhM am iXm&m mlf "'sr-B 1 mk ,-1 1 & vVw -:- SflHBMi '-1 ffi -1BBBBBBBBBBH VBBBBl'-';-;:vEliiiBHBBBl i B -"??! CASINO. Anthony Hope's novel of romance and thrilling adventure. "The Prisoner of Zenda." lias been produced in a dra matic photoplay offering b Daniel Frohman, with James K. Hackett. who made his first buccess in the play, in his oilglnal roles of the true and false kings. Film connoisseurs say the offer ing is one of magnificent artistry, elab orate, beautiful, and realistic in the splendid manner in which it is acted, it will be presented as the attraction de luxe at the Casino Theater this week at every performance and with no in crease in the price of admission. Supplementing it there will be four line acts ot vaudeville, including the Uiurel Girls, In a musical offering of the delightful kind, Sara Goody, "a large girl with a beautiful voice." in an offering of songs; Slim and Butts, who are widely known as splendid exponents of rathskeller bpecialties. and the Chal li? Duo, in a unique banjo and dance offering. QAYETY Sam Howe and his company of "Loe niakers" come to the Gayetv tomorrow in a new musical farce. "KUsme," which has been elaborately staged In four scenes, one of which represents tin Intel lor of the palace of the Khe dive of IJgjpt. and a second one of the moht populous of the I'aiis boulevards. ' Mr. Howe has the leading comedy lole that of a wealthy American travel ing in Kurope for his health. He meets a Fitnch actress and falls in low with her. She accepts his nroposal and, after their marriage it is her delight to reward her former admirers with the richra of her present husband. The ensuing complications aie unique and entertaining. The leading feminine role, tl.at of the French actrvs.. will be im personated by Florence Bennett, a gift ed burlesque prima donna w ho was last seen in Washington aa the star of "The Belle of the Boulevards." A large and .omcly chorus, it is promised, will please" the burlcbque public both on ac count of dancing and vocal nbllit. LYCEUM Zl "The Rose Buds" will be the attrac tion ihib week at the Lyceum Theater beginnirg with the matinee tomonow. The name of tho comedy to be present ed is "Circus Day,' which tells the tory of the adventures of two girls who decided to tr the simple life and MUght tho saw dust ring and tan ban: Joe Adams will portray the character of "Rubber Ike" and will be supiKMti-U by Gruet and Gruet. Laura Houston. Clayton Fryc. Mabel HazHton, "Arma da." the dancing violtnUt, and Helen Van Buren. The management has annnumed that the country store will be continued for the remainder of the fecason. GARDEN. Columbia University Players in Matinee The ryi'uinbia lnleihit J'l.neis will gic a matinee Monda. Apn' 7. a :: o'tlocl". pretfiiting Jacques OuViibsch The Biigandn. ' for tho bonell. f Mi Homeopathic iios-nitnl. The p i ttt c'l lata ivwl at the Hotel bior, N-a 'oik. ntnl fiitil theii cntlif pio iceds to the telief lund foi the Hood' tufftrc-rs. CHASE TO PRESENT u TALKING i i) Edisori's'Latest Invention Will Have Its Capital Premiere This Week. Ediscn's talking motion pictures, de scribed as 'the mechanical miracle of the apes'' will receive their premiere presentation tomorrow at 1 p. m., at Chase's which has made elaborate pre paralionh for the extraordinary event "Wizard" Kdison't kinetophone. as a special headline feature in vaudeville Is said to be crowding the theaters be yond their capacity at prices ranging as high as $1 Thousands of the machines have been ordered and soon their use will be gen eral. Chase's is among the favored few to first oltain them for exhibition. Stars of drama, opera, musical comedy, faice, minstrelrv, and other suitable forrab of am-.iTment are being rinploved in the enaction of plaj'j. for "the talking movies." In addition to these "hai-s vill prerent bcautiiul kinemacolor plavs and exclusive selected "first-run photo dramas froiii the. foremost producing strdios. The continuous perfoimances will run from 1 p. m to 11 p. m week days, ami from 3 p. m. to 10.30 p. m Sundavs Kach bill will run about an hour and a half in length and s-evni to eight talk ing pictures kinemai olnrs, and phot j dramas will be prosr-nti-d Then- will be a complete change dailv in tho kinema color and photo-di.ima The special Kdlson talking piituie tins week will be the "IMimhi .Minstrels Another will be a coinii musical, and novel lecture with artiiil illii"tiatiiis of the limitless i.uige of the invention in synchronizing act-on and uttcram c Hired Special Train For Flood Sufferers Svlv ester 'A. Poll, owner of r strinj of more than a score of theaters, of which Poll's Theater, In Washington, is one, was among the first to send succor to the stricken flood district". As soon as the news that piactically all of the Ohio river valliy had been inundated, Mr. I'oli himself hired a special"-train, sending it to ColumSiis with a load of blankets, food and sup plies, which were distributed to tl'.c sufferers en arrival. Last Sundav night. In nlj of his New Kngland Theaters he held benefit per formance", the entire proceeds of whi'-'i I were sent to the flood district In Ins Brit-seport theater alone, more than 4,ti0 people attended the benefit, anil when it was considered that this th -ater seats onlv 2,W0 people, It will be Fern that responses to Mr. Poll's ip peal were gcneious Other successful benefits weie held ,n Mr Poli's Wilke-.baiie Scrantcii. Springfield. Mass., Wateili'ir llan-fc-rd. New Haven and Woreesur houes. Manager of Poli's Returns to Stage for One Week in His Original Role. James Thatcher, manager of Poll's Theater, will return to the stage for a single week to appear In his orig inal role of the young mining engineer hero when "The Dollar Mark" is pre sented by the Poll Plavers tomorrow night. This will mark the first per formance in Washington of this thril ling drama of high finance by George II. Broadhurst, author of "Bought and Paid For." and "The Man of the Hour." After it.s production at Wa Hack's Theater. New York. "The Dollar Mark" enjojed a successful tour for two years, during which time Mr. Thatcher was seen in the stellar lole. Through exigencies of booking offices, however, the play was never shown In Washington. It will, therefore, be something of a novelty. The play Is founded on a-tual Inci dents In the career of a famous young copper king of Montana. It tells the story of a joung mining engineer who discovers a fabjulously. xlch copper de posit. He is offered tiKm.OjO for hi holdings, but he refuses to sell to a group of Eastern capitalists, thereby incurring their hatred. Subsequently when he opens a chain of banks In New York it is this disappointed group of capitalists that plots his luln. And they almost siic eed by kidnaping the voung mine owner ami then effecting a run on his hank. But the plotters are foiled. The hero with leveled revolver, foiccs the capitalists to take ltlrii ashore and he rcaciie.- his banks in order to stem the tide of failure A charming love stoij adds to lha interest of the pla The feature photo p!a atti action at Moore's Garden Theater for this week will be Mme. Sarah Bernhardt in three-reel production of "A Ho- ' mance of an Actress.'' founded on her favorite play. "Adrlenne Lecouvreur." Other feature motion pictures wl'l he shown, and a musical program bv thi Garden Symphonj Orchestra of ten Pieces l one of the attractions of the entertainment, which is con tinuous from 11 a. m. to 11 p m dall. Helen Keller Coming For Lecture Here Ilellen Keller, v ho makes hei first Washington appearance in the I?pIkco Tliater on Sundav evening. April ij, spoke from a public platform foi the first time last summer, when she ad diessed a convention of tcuhcis of the deaf of Piovidence. It I loiter, she appeared before the phvniclans at the otnloglcal congress held in Huston, un der the auspices of the Haiianl medi cal s hool Miss Keller has oveicome so miinv obstacles In li'r c-aieei, and lias accomplished so mum wondeiful achlev ments lh.it she at l.ixi lnvlict learned to speak seems but a n.itui.il crowning of liei eais of labor This has been her gieatct task however and haH jx-en oiil the lesult of vears of unparalleled paticiie and effmt It is said bv distinguished iiural suigcons to bo the piiatcst Individual ai hicvemelit in the whole liisto. of isI.k.'iiioii Tli Dealt anil the Hand will hi the sub ject of Miss Kell i s liituii AMUSEMENTS Benefit All Souls' Mission Connecticut noil ( ntlirilrnl tirmim. PLAYHOUSE ISI4 M. V. . irll 5. -X--W V. M. IIj Fneullj Mcfiurrln School of '.IiinIc TH'KKT., ?I.M. .'.in-. COLUMBIA THEATER WASHINGTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA llriiirhh llnmmrr. conil'-clor 5th Com: rt, Tucs April IS 'olulM. cn.Rir".' ANTKcsy I'iaafhl. TIc;cln SI. 75 r, "Oc. mill SSr. niu III on ualr nt T. rtliir smith's. l.rirB'l "Romance of An Actress" A THREE-REEL PHOTO PLAY MASTERPIECE Being: Her Own Adaptation of Her Most Favored Play, "Adrienne Lecouvreur" flrGarden Symphony Orchestra of Ten (irand ucrlurc Conccrl nun Kneh Minn, v illicit Mtrncllmi. EXTRA --First Appearance in Person of MISS MARION LEONARD I lie ItJU'hKcl of Hie Silent Drnntn, iind.-i.i. prll I.", in oiiuoiioii llli llic lirol sliotving of her Mini uns(rriircc, CARMEN Here April 13, 14, 15 and IS Mav Robson, who will appear In the Columbia Theater this week. Is a true coinoillciiiie of rare srace and charm, which is evidenced In the portra.val or 'Aunt Mary.'" Her methods are clean cut and without the effoits to obtain a laiiRh at the- expense of Rood taste, nor does sho lly fiom one extreme to the other. He: acting s consistent, mam taiiiltiR riKidly the character even to the curtain falls. The offcrlnK will be her latest successful coinc.lv. " V Niylit Out." of which she is co-author. The slorv In the pla is lutcrestniK nnd n concuti)nal. Mrs. U'lnnlfreil Wood liiuv. one of those foitunate women who never grow old. is passins the summer at her bcaiitiful countr place on the Hudson, not far from New York. Her daughter. Mis. Marie Haslam. and her two grandsons. Jack and I'aul. are with her. Between Mrs. Haslam and 'Granimim." as .Mrs. Woodbury is ef fectionately called, there is a strange contrast. Granmiim is alvvavs merry, hrisht and full of Hie. Her daughter Marie is solemn, strict and Puritanical, traits she inherits from ner father. The boys as is often the case b foice of heredity, lescmbie in tempera ment and dlspositon their grandmother. Their mother rules them with a rod of iron, denies them the usual Innocent pleasures of boyhood, and they natur all.v rebel. They have more than once slipped out of the house and Rone to the city to visit a Jolly, Bohemian sort of restaurant where theie Is good food, fun, music and excellent dancing. Oranmuni discovers this and begs the boys to take her with them just once, so she can see for herself if it Is really a proper place for them to visit. They finally consent. Unfortunatclv. on the night ot their visit the place is raided for belling liquor after midnight, and the names' of the boys get Into the pa pers. Troubles thicken about Granmum and the boys. A Jl.' bond has been stolen fiom Granmum's safety deposit box in the local bank. As she has Intrusted the key to them and to no one else than her grandsons, it seems as if one of them must certainly be guilty. Com plications arc piled up and the net grows closer and closer around them. How It Is finally cleared up nnd the bo.vs again enjoy Granmum's confidence and gain the love of two charming girls furnishes a story replete with i omedy and Interest. With the performance of "Louis XI. ' in Casimer Delavlgne's drama of 'hat name. Hobert B. Mantell will open a week's engagement at the Belasco Thea ter tomonow evening in a repertoire made up of six Shakespearean plays and two classics of modern date. The Shakespearean mles In which he will appear in Washington are Macbeth. Otjiello. Hamlet. King l.car, Shyloch. and Richard III. Then, in addition to Louis XI. Mr Mantell will give a per formance of Sir Kdward ituhver Lyt ton's "Richelieu." .Mr. Mantell this season has a new leading woman. Miss Florence Rock well, who. when little more than a gill, was Icadin- woman with the late Richard Mansfield. The leading girl ioIcf In 'Louis XI" and "King Lear" are played by Miss Genevieve Hamper, a young actress credited with remark able beauty. Kritz Leiber Is still Mr. Mantell's leading man, and others of note in the companv are Miss Agnes Kl llott Scott, Miss Genevieve Reynold. Guv Llndsley, Alfred Hastings, and I'rigiiam Rojce. Since Mr. Mantell's last appeparance in Washington his productions have: been rebuilt and repainted throughout. THE MUSICAL COMEDY SENSATION OF TMK OrVE.BIGXAUGH FROM START TO FINISH A Singers, Dancers and' Comedians BC A V BIG BEAUTY CHORUS iV BBINC THE KIDDIES TO THE MATINEES bf Mull ACE Hi NEXT WES - GEr-TSICH-QUICH WAIXDfCFORH c COSMOS Zl Seven wonderful Japanese acrobats the Ro.val Tokio Japs, will furnish the leading fcatme of the Cosmos Theater hill this week. The act Is one of tiia 'ostllest and It is reputed to be one of the be-Jt of its hind, featuring orien tal athletics in their various thrilling ppascs and forms. George ('. Davie?. "The Man From the County Mayo," Is promised m a monologue with son,?. oke and story features. Music lovers are piomlsed a treat in the musical offering of Mile. Anna I'lum and her nottd Metropolitan Operatic Trio, in a song offering of opera and class', music, and I'ndine Andrews will ap peal to the children with the typej, songs and stories of chllHood. a specialty In which se has acquired come reputation. "Ills Nurse" Is the name of a comedy drama to be presented by the Tilllnr; hast Plavers, who cpme heralded as on organization of clever comedians and players, and McGce and Reese are billed for a real novelty In the dancing line entitled "Story Dancing." Tho Pathe Weekly Review picturing the nig and intciesting events of the world will leiul the photoplay offerings. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS (3to&& WASHINGTON'S IEAD1NG THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Matinees Thursdays and Saturdays L. S. SIRE Announces the International Comedienne MAY AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS I MOORE'S PADIICil THEATE I 423 9th UAnllEn 423 9th I I NATINEES, 5 and 10c Continuous 11 A. PI. to 11 P. II. EVENINGS, 10 and 20: I I ftW ALL THIS WEEK V! I M MME. SARAH I behardt hi ' hHk9hS. Bji. 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'the Rednrrit Srhrdnlr la aa Kollonrat Krenlnsai Orchrntrn, T."Vc Oreheatra Clrrlr. 50e All Balcoay Srata, rc. nnd Second Balcon), SSr. Mallneeai-AH-Hrkrla 23 centa. (I'erformance erery week day except .Monday.) M'KCIAI. A BKAl'TIFUI. 1'IIOTOGR APHIC SOUVENIR OF MISS IXFriTA JEWEL IX THE ROL.E OF THE GIRl. IX "THE GIRX OF THE UOL.DE.V WEST" GIVEN TO EVERY LADV ATTENDING JL MATINEE THIS WEEK. Next Week "Old Heidelberg' Ar . X f( fiAYETY SAM HOWE'S LOVE MAKERS THE LIVE WIRE SHOW In the Snappy, Gingery Two-act Moncal Shower "KISSME" Gorgeous Costuming and Elaborate Stage Settings, and a Brilliant Comdey Cast, Including SAM HOWE and Florence Bennett NEXT WEEK Robinson's "Crusoe Girls." mmKmekmiMBmmwmmmmmm naanarana aajnaMnaBwaaaaMiBunnawanaMMaM ibujj. a.Mi" aaanaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB next week HOME GOMING WEEK COLUMBIA PLAYERS OF THE I AS"" ri Mitrm iukjii inouiiMrnirT 7 K RunwHUI fa-aaiahrr&fvxiir "'-".m'??n In the Beautiful UfSf -Tli'T,'Sl'17,Si" Society Comedy L i-lU' J. jOLJCisS 'l Ml. (0ll1 wm.i. imi.iii::: .MR. A. II. VA Ill'RKN MR. EVKRKTT lU'TTi:Rni:i.1 mk. ;i:okci: hi;iui:i: MR. NTVM.KYJV.Mi:S mr. .imiN ki.im: MR. ii.LARU 1MHJKRT.S0N MR. VRTHI'K Rinun: MR. K1MVI Jl. (TRTIS MR. CHARLES SQCIRl'S i ur r 1st MISS HELEN IIHL.MES MISS DORMTHV ER IM MISS CVRRIE THATCHER MISS JESSIE (.LEMH.M(; MISS OLLIE COOI'ER MISS MRIE DROFVMI MISS KRVNCES V0l'(!E MISS ARLINE I'RETTY MISS HELEN II WES RR0NN run : iT.c. .-.ii-. t.-.-. ihi'im:i thi ii'-ni'v n mti iiiiw. Fridayat4:30 Miss Cryder Announces .lolm Iti-.llnl. 'Iltkrls. S'-'m'O. S.tm. l.r.(l. $1.1111. (IN s.; T Till: Ti:it YSAYE-GO 00W KY I 'ffSMERVE' UhDINE ARUKLWD 'JZ&nmCanf(Rw. 5&w,MwA. i;mw&Kari5bries. tmafestremixd 1 m nmtm mm beese mh mk ft rU&Kd! aav7frnrjnr,Z;KyfaoC I ? 'fi COiCM 'UZHM' 6 HiaH-OUSS fiCTS-IGs to 25c SHQ$ SEVE3 STOPS 00NT1HUGUS, I TO II P. H. 3lM3ataBEa: SMOKE IF T V,hP17,TTW 9 MATINEE YOU LIKE I JL- M. Mli U If JL B DAILY ALL THIS WEEK-THE ACME OF BURLESQUE AHO VAUDEVILLE THE NEWEST-THE LATEST-THE BEST I f A C031PAM z OF MM MII.I.INM' II At liB7Tiff I1 y imihh ROSEBUD Musical Extravaganza Co. I J The FJOWeF Ballet g 3 p.l Ifil ). That KIT. u 1 II "Ml JOE ADAMS 11i M.i ii Mni .Mn.lr ihr rl i l.iush A MERRY, MUSICAL SATIRE IT'S RAPAID, LIVELY AND SPEEDY uajwuj-jiju aiftiCTjw.m wgiaa NEXT WEEK HENRY P. DIXON'S EIG REVIEW m thi: i ti-t i:i itori: m:stio And the Big Rose Garden -.-. HiiiN nt IVniiiilii, l.frllnr. FRI9AY NIGHT COUNTRY STORE isf-x EXCURSIONS Daily, 1 lo II P. fil Sundays, 3 to 10:30 P. M EVERY SEAtTTo C TS Bock of 12 Tickets. $1 G NOTICE :"tiiiii(ioii or Ihixip drllehlfnl WeeJ-EKd Toors To Old Point Comfort & Cftamberlln Hotel special tlrKrlH. Inrllldlnc roilnil (rip (rnimiMirlnllun anil xtutvroura nail btitrl arrtuiimoilaliuav. l.iirln i, Mniida $S.0O I I rldn ft, M.inilay ir ,-nIunlnj to Tnc"ila I rlila li 'I uentta or n(urilnj to ei!nriln y $IJO TTCTHI. n Ilnmp- TALKING PICTURES KINEMACOLOR PLAYS "FIRST-RUN" PHOTODRAMAS Daily Change in Program MKI I V hviti.umiii' i'i.i:trr toil ItltHiln. Ill. .limieMonn J'M-Ur.v Cluk. t II) Ticket rilrr,T3I 1.1th St.N.W. NOItrol.K " MIIr.TO.V vri:Mno.T co. 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