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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1914.
6 EVERYBODY DA I LIT IMA . !-- In Which It Is Seen That Chorus Girls Don't Fit in Cupboards By JULIA mm T . TC 1,-A ic rlolntnil in T";r.Kl,r':".";w"i:.PaI.;rfo7 herself at any stage of her everybody's cupboard r " perhaps the skeletons in other people's closets would not turn . such good "',py" as the one wh.ch ; ook up its abode in the cupboard of "le Nelson family, and started things to rattling to such an extent that it was icard in the outsido world and almost wrecked the Xelson home. A chorus girl was the disturbing ele ment in this home, though primarily trc wife, a model of virtue and right liv- ng, was as much to blame as the pretty pink and white young person to whom the husband turned when he learned that he was a stranger in his home, and that he must look elsewhere for com panionship and sympathy. It was a solemn family, the wife given to spend ing much meney, the daughter engaged and on the eve of marriage to a wealthy young man, a son who is traveling the pace of many gilded youths, and a so cial secretary given to preaching. It Is the son who discloses the fact ot the chorus girl's existence to the other members of the family. He has dined at his club, and has come home in a state of intoxication. Father has lust stopped in to get acquainted ' he ex plains, "as he was going by. Mary, the mother's secretary is in the room alone, and in memory of their childhood nays. Kenneth, the son, tries to kiss her. Wis father comes into the room and up. iralds him. Kenneth is in no mood to ake the admonition from his father, so close upon the heels of some news that lie has learned at his club, and begins o defend his conduct. KennethWhy wouldn't I go out for - good time? Would I get it Here? Ask Alice She'll tell you. We've had to go ut for our good times. How much are ou ever here. Or mother? Xelson Stop that! Kenneth Don't you dare to think I m ilaming mother. She's worth a million kc you or me. Nelson You're drunk Son Gets Drunk Because His Ashamed Kenneth Do you know whv? Be ause I m ashamed. It's v. fine thins o be a man's son and hear what I ard last night. That's why I didn't ome home. I'm no good. I know ut. If I was I'd take my mother cut of this place tonight." Nelson What are you saying? Kenneth I know why things are to -otten here. I wouldn't believe it un- 'II I had to. You're keeping a woman ff,ftt1 s girl in a uai on .-miico- fth street (As he speaks Mrs. Nel son comes down th-: stairs. Attract ed by her son's raised voice she looks ver banisters and as he finishes "die is in the doorway. She steps Inti 'he room with a cry.' There is silence for a moment as 'hev turn to her. anil from this time on the skeleton rattles its ugly bones vntil it brings the Nelson family 'trough considerable comedy to the ergo of tragedy, though all ends as appily as can be expected under cir cumstances such as these. The chorus girl is a very naughty voung person, who .s very frank con cerning her moral standards. She ll not in any sense the heroine of the I'la-, yet she dominates it, even COSMOS. icsse L. Lasky's musical production. California," under the name of "In he Golden West." is being presented . twelve singers and actors by Cecil e Mille a.t the Cosmos Theater his cck. Miss Nellie Brewster, who -s a pleasing, well cultivated voice, has he role of California. Paul Porcasi, nat of tne Spanish don, Jimmy Gray on, the comedy role, and K. F. Over in the role of the engineer. The iaj presents a pretty romance of ie days of the American advance into he go'lden State. Zcno and Cook. Australian jugglers. ae an exhibition with many new -nd enjoyable features especially the omed element. Glads Oulda plays even thing from the Hungarian j.hapsody No. 2. to ragtime on her i-lophone. and Pisano and Bingham t 'ebent laughable humor in song and talk in the Irish and Italian dialects osepft and'Mina Adelman have an effective crook tabloid entitled "The Woman and the Law," which presents IJE3 Adelman as an emotional act ess The Vthe Weekly Review and the photoplays are, as usual, entertain ng. New York Clergymen Honor Forbes Robertson NEA YORK. Jan. 20. rorbes-Robert- vn was given a complimentary lunrti- t i llfth avenue restauiant yester-!i- 'b prominent elentmen in this t wl.o beliee that they should en o ragr Shakespearean d-araa and such 3'H as Si- Johnston Forbes-Robertson a ben ,i cbciitmg in Nev. York. .Speeches v,ero made bv lerrewntstivoF om fou.teen denonnnatioiif. which were a. knowledged bv tho ator in a ting an! appreeJtive nc-.i. Among those picsent were Rabbi Stephen S. Wise Hie Free Synagogue: crv Ke. Wll'lam M. Groenor. dean of the Ca hedral of St John the Divine: Urs climah Boynton riinton Avenue Cou- egational. Brooklyn: S Kdwar.l Vft.nc Drcirient iiPncidi r-omi.-" if"r T 'nbb. West Knd ollegiate. i 'ovus Hartsock. I. nion Meth- Jir tpibcopal- Hat old Pattisoii. Wah- O Heights i.ajnii-1. ' """-", ,i I'liailt J Ol HOP iril!Uv l.uiiiuw.. ..w... i. . itnimc. Messlaii l'nitariaii. er. ' Pli opal rj"! vseeiihion Piotestant , llr,. w 4 'liai U& I. Goodell. ; P. Ir MethoUibl I'.pibc-opai. -ahm-j. . I l,-. S' Matthew s i-roie-Manv T pis.' opal ' Walter Laldlaw. Feiicratioii ,r thuKlies. Henry iAibeck. won and S' Tnnothv; Malcolm J. MacLeod, bt-Nicholas- Collegiate: Thomas L. Pot 'crtoii. thureh of Our Father. Brook lyn; Jobeph Silverman. Temple Eman--.' T..U.V. u- smith Swedenborglan huroh. Merle St. Croix Wright. Lcnov. editor ' utheran. rreaericn . .. libtian W. . i. Five Commanderies in Inspection and Party j More hrllhant than any previous af - fal.. of the commanderies was the ln ,DcrUon and grand ball of the Knights Templar of the District last night In New Masonic Temple. Knights f--om Wash.ngton. Columbia, Potomac, D Molay and Orient commanderies. with their ladies, filled the spacious hall, unil dancing waa enjoyed. Tlie Inspection was in charge of Henry i f u.uon. right eminent grand c-om-n-Mii'er of the grand t-ominandcry. .ii.ediatcb after the inspection eere t on.es the chairman of the floor .-om- .,teo, Dr Frank i; Gibson, aecom- iined by Miss Frances M. Stumph, led the grand march. A buffet supper was served during the dancing hours. The affair was given for the benefit or the Masonic and Eastern Star Horn. MURDOCK. UlAtin-h h ilnf'K Tltlt 12.11 fOl'tll SVITl- career s-oraul mouver prompt .n irer actions. Briefly, she is what is term ed "bad;" yet she can play the part of the sweet W,& 'and" at times seems quite me laoy. umu her drunker, old uncle arrives on tho scene, usually just in time to spoil whatever effect her assumption of ladylike manners may have had upon those about her. She is a girl who possesses all the tricks of hr trade, and net a happv type. Miss Irene Uo maine is an artist in this part, run ning the gamut from the soft-Fpokea, ladvlike little person to the catlike vixen that she really i- in the last act Opposite her plays Franklyn Ar dell. who has thy character of a vaudeville actor "on SSO a week on the big-little time and a scream west of Chicago." Ardell was lifted bodily from an act he had been play-' ing in vaudeville, and with Miss Iio maine is the feature of the play. This is his fl.-st appearance in the legiti mate, and his work is a delight to the audience. William Morris Excellent As Middle Aged Man. William Morris has the part of Charles Nelson, the man who stubbed his toe long after he had reached mid dle life, when it is expected that gen tlemen of prominence in the world shall keep their reputations clean fronl en tanglements of this sort. His work, cs alwavs, is excellent. Louise Achel and Harrv lleaaing maxc a uuic pan nevvlj weds, though they are on the i,tage but a few minutes, and Felice Morris is a winsome Alice Nelson, the part that was played Ly Alice Brad in the original production. Frank Hatch has a delicious conception of Jim Gar rity, the ex-cab driver, now chauffeur for his niece, whose philosophical re marks regarding taxlcabs finds a re sponsive sentiment in the minds of the audience. Another player who scores in the production is Barney Johnston, the colored elevator boy. who Is also a "find" of the rarest sort. Smaller parts in "The Family Cupboard" are plavcd by Lisle Leigh in the role of .Mrs Nelson, Ruth Benson as Mrs. Clement Harding, Eugene V. Stewart as Thomas Harding. Alice Lindahl. w l'O makes a sweet and winsome social sec retary to Mrs. Nelson; Frank Andrews as Potter, one of the best butlers I have ever seen on the stage, and Geor gia Telfer as the telephone operator. Owen Davies is the author of "The Family Cupboard," aud it is being pre sented by the William A. Brady Com pany. Limited, who na-e mounted ii m thorouchlv adequate manner. The first of u,e four acts j, lakes placo in the living room of the Nelson home in New York, the second in the Alpine apart ments, where Nelson has gone to live after the separation from his wife, and the two last acts In a th.rd-rate down town apartment hotel, where the real sfn.s of the nlav take Dlace. The little bit of vaudeville contributed. bv Mr. Ardell and Miss Romaine in the third act literally brings uown in- SV ?..ihen.,2-t !!Sr,ai? evening, they declined a most insistent encore. The tragic scene also takes place in this setting, as well as the reconciliation, which causes the Nelson family pat the.c familj skeleton back . into the cupboard, and endeavor to for' get that it ever existed, CASINO. M. De Leon's Models de .Paris, tre headliners at the Casino Theater this week. They form group pictures in plastic bae-relief. Hendrix and Padula, hae a piano logue, featuring the chimes song from The "Chimes of Normandy," with a blend of ragtime. Robert Smedley plays a number of melodies on a banjo, rin offers an "II Trovatore" number, played on eleven instruments. Lawrence and Lawrence are eccentric dancers. A playlet in which a reformed "crook." by use of the dictagraph and flashlight gains the advantage over a dishonest police official, who has hound-I ed him, is presented In "The riwag-' by John B. Cooke and Companj. Tonight and tomorrow night the Country- Store, at S and 10 o clock; Tliursda night, the priz dancing contests, and Friday night, the carnival of amateurs., will be added feature, with motion plajs at each performance. CRANDALL'S. At Crandall's new motion picture house last night, laige ivovwIh attended an unusually attraetne and varied nhntnl.lnv hill The f.ilnro film .f I ,i, ., .ti,.. i... ..i... ,. ..our. but at A dreadful cost. He is cast Savane." a sneetacular i.r..l'!C'..on en- ' ' acted by the famous -jnsuany of "101" Miller Brothers Itancli. Ulher pictures at the bame performance wen "The Lure of the Footlights." a Kalt-in fea ture, two Keystone 'ilnis. "I'atiy'H Flir tation From and "Protecting Suu Francisco I Fire." ami "An ;cl Paradise," an apt-paling eowboy ji-tu'e by the Se- j Ii.. iiintmiiv. " . l.ir t h ti- ' l'rnf. i:ren"s orelic-3tra t-oi'tinueg to I be one of the permanent alt-actions ol j excclliiiL Inln pictation of the famous Crandalls This, with I'.i eeurteous nibliiu! eiiara.-lei. lie depicts eveiy r,m3:b,rn,thi!r,rvve,ihe,r!!..l.ase o, emoUonalism. fron, exiiberc.it t.r mole and more m?o favor with moviegoers of AVachin0lon. Theater Employes Prevent Fire Panic , Prompt atio-i bv empire- of t ie j.ovai motion l u t. re thcatci, CG l'our- t'pntli street noi thvc-i. iTe-veiiicU i ...nit last lavlit w li"f ' H'lr f;nm't me The pliture ma iiiik i- n i lue i.ioof bei .il the rear of lln- theatc'. va no oani but tli blae of llam.-s .'lied th sprca.jinf. ppM-tatoi?. Ileiman Biibwdl. t'ie optrator, vi b'irned on the halll and KJgai 11 Shreve. of S23 Thil tei-nth sti et t northweft. was burned on the hands mil face in attempting to e.v-'lngnii-li the blar-e. Both declined hospital treatment. The damage was slight Lectures on London. K. M. Newman repeated bin travel tt.lk on 'The London of Todaj ' at th Columbia theater yesterda.v utUinoon H took hi tourists from the fashlon- nliln nuarters of the world's metropolis ijrito the ghetto section ami then out into the beautltui suimros, Miowiug eah fc'Lon by beautifully colored pictures nd motion films. He will lecture next Sunday night and Monday afternoon on Parib. Talks on Child Labor. Ci lid Ijibor and Women in Industry" will hi the subject of a, lectin e tonight at the Y. W. C. A. b Mrs. D. 1 Wlbr. The sei-retarlei of the Assoeiation will be at the home to.non-ow from a to C o'clock. Tlie Gymnasium Club will en tertain other clubs of the Association tomorrow night at S o'clock. Dr. J. S. Stone will lecture to women at S o'clock tomorrow night on "Diseases Acquired ifcrough Occupation." "S'Matfer, 1 I 1 " " i If vA I r- . " - rrr-" t-i OtWes Toro-"? J,- -) Akjll - VvAdo TrlA -AI-Urvi-M j - J 5u7ver Ci ? 7 L- ? rJ (1 $ fT. I ";3-?N6, V MET YOtlj ; VquAT-t-iwJ (J . ' , g - PAGEANT BRIDGES GAP FROM GENESIS "Joseph and His Brethren," at New National, Remarkable for Stage Settings. It s a long, long step from the twen tieth centuiv to the days depleted by fienesis and the other books of the Old. Testamtnt. but modern dramatic license has done much toward lessening tms great breach in time. As an illustra tion, "Joseph and His Brethren," the pageant drama direct from the Century The3ter in New York, which is at the New National this week, has done just tills thing. "JoecpIi and His Brethren" is the third of the pageant dramas which tnc Centurv Theater has sent us in recent vears, "The Garden of Allah" and Tn Daughter of Heaven" being the other twrt. This, the latest of this ch&racter. is in inanv rested the best. The set- . tings, the lines, their interpretations. the hlch clas of men anil women ron-. stitutinc- the make-up of the companv. ell work toward making the production a remarkable one. Pageant In Four Acts. The pageant play is in four acts, and Is based on the Biblical narrative of Uoscoh. It deals with mat young ire brew from the time he is plotted against bv his brethren till vears lat-r, wncn these tame hands that pianned h'S de fctiuction. were forced to cairy fooo lroin storehouses over wnicn n i"- rided. to prevent .starvat on niii Tfisonli mst come -of ace. is pre iiu vfc.-ji..e ww.... ,.. - sentcd with the coat of many colors by Jacob. This was the emblem of dlgnit and authority. In the presenco of his brothers, the coat is presented Joseph. Their enmity, already at u high pitch. Is driven to fever heat. They divide tr. iirv ihelr father's favorite. The next M-ene shows the wells of Dothan. j the brothers plotting for tne now man . of Joseph, the uuiirrcl which results in , lus being thrown into a blim pit, and j rvcntual ins rescue n cuiraa, unu.- of Potiphai. second greatest man in Reaches Dramatic Heigntj. "JoscdI. and His Brethren" reaches josepn diia ti is Di .,.,, of dramatic heights scarclj expected f a Biblical narraiixc in m vi . Here it is that the author has wan uered fiom the text of Ueiie-sis, inu inserted a scire filled Tilth thrilling wonuntp. et harmoiiizms perlectly witli the rent of the performance. jy 1 carefully has he woikeil In this e il.. !... l.rt it,.,tt.l ir tlllQ pint I off :u-ul tho author's lines begin. It is in tli third prune of this act that Miss Pauline i'rederick is given an opportunity to -lio her a.'illty as an emotional artless. As the designing ?.uleik.i. she forces Joseph to come to 1.. i- mom ami there nlaees liefore hlin i temptations v. huh he iluds it almost im- ! . ...ill. .. .m ..n.no IIa uttr.jrAi(f1J llrW i..wbUi1i- tu OWITOIilC He SUCCeudS. IlOW 't" prison. Laiter iif s tlironn into a uunpfon at Xuleika's request, mid two ears latr 'e brought forth to Inter pret the dreams of I'l.uraoh. He is ele vated, and fmallv is enabled to carrv nit the propl'eien of his youth, tliat M? l.reainixn woiini sre mc ". i.-i they would aii on ipiii i.ji ii-Himan-. a . T1I A r a Arc tixcciieni viiuimii. As Joseph liramloii Tynan gives an outli to preinaliire a bi ought on li his dungeon sentence. Ml.j. Pauline Fredeiick is an excellent Zuleika, hi r beautv assisting her wonderfully in playing the delicate! part assigned to her. James O'Neill a? Jacob, and later ab Pharaoh, gives a perfect study of thofo two tharaclrif. Altogether, the eonipaiiv is in excel lent one. The plav is well worth see ing, and Is different from the average pageant dian.a. In that itK interest does not I.ig a Hinglf niomenl during the ci.-tin- p.-rftii malice 0.ing to thf leiigtii of tin periorm- ! am the intain will He lawn fit 'o'eloil. at the oiiiii p. ifoiiiiain'cs, at - o i lo K ai in- inaiiiiee ifiiyjuuirK. Monday Morning Club Entertains at Concert The Mondav Morning Music Clnb, with nosalle Wirthin. sopiano. of New York, gave a concert hist night at the ! N'e'. Willaid. under the dueetiun of j.M.,. A. M Blair. Mis- liey BMek '.u... ., l.u tin. .-ii-i fiumaliist. The choruses vv elio.-i-ii from a. wide i.-nif-'i- of composers, Debussy, puoeliii. i:imlcrg. Fiancu. uornsei cm, ;v... ati.l Raclimanlnuff. Mis Wirthin has a riih mellow, contralto voice, bhc re eelvcl her training from Marie Lcn tnann, sister of Mil Lchmann. LOCAL MENTION. "lentha's Daughter." Today. Coming Fliday. "Kathi.vn ' Second pait No raise in pines m: Virginia Theatci. House Wiring and Wiring Supplies. Klcctric Webster. 717 'Jth. "Jeptha's DauEhter." Today. Tomor row: "Tlie "Whirlpool of Despair." Fea turing Yvonne l'ascal Frlda), '-'d part "Kathlyn." Virginia Theater. i.-..... rr.v.n on,.iii,i ii wnnA tT inn ull iiiul iirvn-imuuB piam ..- iuuioihud u.. n. tKmr&m4mmtzMmr2. . ftrArr.t' ".. .n.-1 fmn ,.n ,.Tp. .imnteil bv the Poli Plavcr.i tills sea- I 1 mWJmAMtUmmm J I I cob at the news of the possible lo?s by son. ard one of the moat gripping. Ii I i MMmMmjMm ll I riMth from wild beasts of his son. the Hecmid and third scene. of act 2, WJm&MmKMvfJWgff f I oeath from wim ocasi.. o ni U)e locolno. miwfWMf ' Pop? Players in the $ Startling Melodrama Effect Is Produced by Poli Players in "The Ninety and Nine." "The Nmet and Nine' llvo through the forest flro to carry off i in a firing of freight cars the o,TOO pel - "ons threatened bv death, tho moit tnr,mn eciion IS depictcl. Apparently tn(1 nili;o locomotive, with the Hero at Ihc tlii'iltle and a half-witted boy oreiithliig l.im vUth buckets of water. i!t rualiing tliioiigli the lluices at top htecd. tonatd the little Indiana eitv, Vllicil l lauoiit 10 u- ucBii l-j e-vi. ' Jtienuia uui.ier. a mc jruiincn loaioi Jlieilil, u ouiilfj, Jii Hie- 'Jiutini.li , fine uence girl, and Nil?," anil a quits himself with credit. Pursued by emnues. jilted by the wom an lie Oiouglit he loved, he sinks lower ui.d lower into tin mile, seeking to drink himself to de-Hth. until the little countiv slrl, plnv-l by Mis Krance.s NeVfc-on. awakens in him the desira te move tli.it lie Is. Indeed, a ipan again. He Is the hiiiiorcdlli h-ep which is not In the 'o'd while the ninetv and nine are sate, aecjrding to the parable from winch the name of the play is taker,. Miss Neilson handles a lar tuffcient role from any Mic has plave-l m.k-c sin hap been In Washington this time, but proven herself lullv .tial to it Frank Shannon, as the villain. Is even more v'i lalnou" tn.in n ui'.. while ,M!.3 Louise Kent handles ' e role or illail"-s with R'fHt bkl.l Children Cry . s s (jsjsro &-isimQrz&5mi;'i,mPr2r vw i aa- v?rrC, mm mtf$3mfiP AvJUJ-L.JJ WiLLltlWo fcii WmF$x& r - t M lr -F . SOB . -TT- Ji . .-j. JiV, v .. . . " ? f"LA X.OUISB ELAIS SURROUND JiirP IIII L0CI1JTIVE mWkkf- . . . 1.. .Ainl,.. -,..., nt rVf 1 jm. HHitfSlKHV1Hr I I flic tlii.iiUo and a tmlf-witted hoy -r tgvvyvvV Tho Kind You Have Always Bought lias uorne tho siira turc of Clias. II. Flotcbcr, and lias lieoii niado inidor In? personal supervision for over ;JO yvuvs. Vllow no otio to decpivo ou in this. CounlorriMts, Inutations and Juat-as-frood" aro but esneriinpnt.s and ontlaiiff tlio fcealtU of Cbildron-Expericnce aj;ainht Expuriinuiit. What is CASTORIA Caatoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare jroriv. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other JNareolic subst:uiee. It de imvu lYnpinu mwi iiinvii Kovorishncss. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teethinp Trou bles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, jrivinj? healthy and natural bleep. The Children's Puuacca The aiothcr's Iriend. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears In Use For WW UM fVMrAM COMni. i Copyright. 19H, by tlie Press Publishing Co. The New York Kvcnlng World.) 1 I Washington Theaters This Week . rgqcuj. ; li WKkitMKk GAYETY. J if one of the (nf . - ' KEXmmSSUi II ACADEMY. "In Old Kentiukv, ' the melodrama written ly ' T. Da2ev , opeiim! a wet "'a i.ngaReuicnt at the Academy last night Then- Is a perennial fresline.ss about the play, and. .o Judge by the applausi! that gierled tlie prebeiitation. "In Old Kentuck.v" is as popular as ev er. When Madge vmhi the ileiliv, the Aeailfinv balionv was almost wrenched loobe from the lest of the biiilding, and the piiicanlnn.v band was greeted with a wliole-liearw d applause The rant in cludes William lledgi. .lain.-.s I'ooper. Aiulrew Ulabsfol'l, Scot I Mooie, and Maude Parker, all of vvhiiiii perform capabl. Theic is t no tioti cable ile !" Ill this stage thoroughbred. ' In old iven- tuekv for Fletcher's the Signature of Over 30 Years NW YORK CITV. . That delightful burlesaiic artist. Mol He Williams, and a fine company of singers and dancers, is at the Gayety tills week, and two capacity houses v estcrday gave tho aggregation a rous ing welcome. Max Spiegel, who knows iow to produce a burlesque show, has given Mollle a brand new vehicle this year. It Is a two-act muMcal farce entitled "The Queen of Bohemia," In which Miss Williams appears as Nanet te, the queen. Tlio first act depicts tho "simple life" In tho lomo of the Nutt family, while tlie second act shows a night in Bohemia, on tae great white wav. Marry Sheppel, Ted L'urns. Cliff Wiinnan, and K. A. Turner contribute much to the success of thf stmw. faa-Im.-t Seymour, Madgo Darroll, and Mae Meek hand their roles tapabl. Don Fiotto plav-es an accordion so well that he waa recalled repeatedly. The horus is one of tho best Gayety pat ionb have been this season. Ruth Maitland and Violet Hevaiigli, both members or tho chorus, have a spec ialty in the second act, j-.iul It is one of the hits of the performance. Some of the song numbers are I.iIlie From Paris " "A Smilo Worth a Million Dol lar." -1 Want Som-tling New To Plav With." and "Broidv-ay." Cane for Chancellor. n .ir.cellor Kugcne Carusl. of the Na tional fniversnv, was provided with a si.i irlse last evening on the celebration u his vpvcnty-nlnth birthday, when a d I nation of students from- the unl vii.!v railed at his home, 1- Thlr tct.itli street, and presented him with a V.olil-headeil eanc Try This Treatment For Superfluous Hairs (The Modern rvauty.i Heauty specialists are giuitlv mter I tiled in the new ticatmnnt tor rcmov i ing objei-tlonable hairs, and the suc cess of tills treatment (v Inch is posi '.tively aMiired) means the abandoning of tlie painful ami time-consuming clec tiie needle treatment. A paste suf fn lent to i-ovei the nairs i ! wanted is 'made with powdered delatoiie and .water and apnlled. after ? or i min utes lemove and v.itli it ioim..s evir . tiace of hair Washing tl- sUn to re move the. remaining nelat-.iie leaves it I clear and firm. He sure you get diia J tone Adv t. KILL THE CATARRH GERM-USE i Us tlie dircct-to-the-spot metliod- you breathe it Do not dclav and continue tu suffei from catarrh, head colds, bron . hltla or sniffles. It i not ot,l' ncotI" less and annoys vour friends, but dan gerous to your general health. llegin the Ilyomci treatment at once. It is ouo of tlie easiest, quickest, and surest wajs to clear tho head and quickly and permanently banish ca tarrh. llvomel being medicated air iiumedi atelv reaches tile .-oie and iintated membrane and tissues-its antiseptic . ......i.. ta.it i,,.,illiiir becliib at once. You will Mirelv. like I Ivoniei-lts relief is not only inimediale but lasting. Moiiev leiunded b Janus O'Uoiinell if jou are nut satlslled. ., . i!el the complete outlit-JI.M size. DrugglsU everywhere sell Iljoniel-AdvL HYOMEI By s OLCOTT SCORES IN A NEWISH PLAY Capacity Audience at Columbia Greets Popular Tenor as "Shameen Dhu." Och, wurra, wurra! -"Sweet Is tho Irish smile," and little did Chauncey Olcott's first night audience at the Columbia, care what happened so Ions as Chauncey was-rtmongst 'em! "Shameen Dhu" Is the name of Ol cott's new vehicle. It's a rollicking Irish play by RIda Jottnson Young; without much plot, but considerable Chauncey, and that's the main con - slderatlon after all. Olcott sang and made love with all the finesse of the traditional Irish- man, and he was forced to repeat the choruses of his songs many times. Tfc mf t.. ti., lne Floe or tne Play. While Olcott's tenor and the smite that ha3 brought him fame, to say nothing of numerous simoleons at the box office, constituted the chief . charm ot the play, even tho best- juvcu unisi cannot uo a monologue three hours long, so here's the plot: Dare O'Donnell, known as Shameen Dhu, Is an Irish patriot. He Is pro posed to by Shila Farrell, a winsome widow, who wished to protect herself from other wooers. He consents. In the meantime Edward O'Dea, an Irishman" fighting with the Conti nentals In America, finds time to re turn to Ireland, bringing- with him his pretty sister. Peggy. O'Dea has been in correspondence with Dare O'Donnell, and important letters, which would 3-impromise both if made known to the King, arc stolen by Martin McGleasb, who aspires to the hand of the fair vridow. O'Donnell, despite his (promise to Shicla, falls In love -ith tne bonny Irish-American lass, and Kdv.ard suc cumbs to the charms of Shila. None of them discovers the rel situation, however, until the very last moment, and everybody Is happy. A Captivating Peggy. Constance Molineaux is a captivating Peggy O'Dea, who fully Justifies all the "blarney" of her hero. Beth Franklin is a ielightful Shicla. while Mrs. Jennie Lamont gives an ex cellent portrayal of Betsy Bowers. David Glassford as Martin McGleash, Arthur Maitland as Kdward O'Dea. John G. Sparks as Andy towers. Mari bcl 'Seymour as Norah. Robert Watt as j Lanty. John Sheehan as TL-c. and Mau rice Drew as McPhater. constitute Olcott's support. Olcott's songs encore repeatedly, wcro "My Little Dhudeen. ' "I Never Before Met a Girl Like Tou,' 'Dream Girl of Mine." "Thaf3 an Irish Lul laby," and "Peggy Darlln . Responded To Curtain Call. He graciously responded to a curtain call, acknowledging the reception ac corded him by a capacity house. A bevy of pretty sirls from the Church of the IIolv Comforter, which shared in the proceeds 'as.night, sold home-made candy betvvoen acts. Olcott anounccd in lis certain speech that he had been flighted when the girls passed around the candy. He parted with some regular tacnev afew minutes later as a result of that re mark. HOW I CURED MY SUPtRFLUOUS HAIR A I'rleudiy Scientist Shont'd He How to Cure It Forever. I "WII.I. ti:i.i. vol fuke now TO GliT IUU 4I1-" MIUUS, TOO. Vot a long time I was troubled by a hiJ cous KroH th of Superfluous Hair on my face and armt Mv face rtas indeed a lht from Srowth and I grew almost 10 hate my self for mv un sightly appearance. There are mam thincs advertised f o i Superfluous Hair, and I think I tried them all but jncvir with any re sult, except w waste vinv money and bum my skin. But. notwll !i standlnk' all my ytars of dlsap j polntment. toda I there is not a sign ' s,ot Superfluous Hair on mv race, anus or anvwherc els I Ei. I lid Of I ihrousli followlnc tho advice of a fricnuly M'lenilst a Professor of Chcmiatn t nl an IJnsllsii I'nlverslty The treatment nei ucHls.-J Is so thurougD. simpio anu eu ." use that I want every other sufferer in America to Know about it It worked such a chanse In my appearance and ray hatP' nes. that I gladly waive my natural feel ings of sensitiveness and will tell broadcas. to all who aro afflicted how I destroyed every trtiro of lialr. never to return. If ou uro a sufferer and would like to have full details. Just t-nd along vour name isiat-in,- whether Mrs. or Mlssi ami ad.lress. and two-cent slanin for return posiase ami I will send v.m in full detail the advice and In structlom which resulted in mv own cu'e fler nil rlo failed Address vour lcttr Mr. Kjttirjn Jenkln3. Apt SSI . . (.H Atlanile Ave . r-.st"ii Mi'. OTH: Mrs. Jenkins. her ptolnjrart shou-s, i a lady of refinement, unit for years teas tccll fcnoien as a bocic j Ltadcr in Scranton, l'a. i .-"iWfoi; V V'lias WiW ii v r C. M. Payne IPROGRAM AT KEITH'S BUILT FOR LAUGHS Several New Acts Are Among the Features for the Cur rent Week. The bill at Keith's for the current week seems to be arranged for laughing purposes only, and the majority- of the numbers, which includes several new to Washington audiences, carry out that Idea to a nicety. Bert Clarke and Mabel Hamilton, a team of English entertain ers, present for the first time here a sketch In which humor and harmony combine entitled "A Wayward Con ceit." Mr. Clarke is a high class enter- , talner and wth M(s3 Hamilton as a jf0u jjept the large audience convulsed, For a closing number, and In response to repeated curtain calls the team gav ft InegrdTn r , ciarke.a vocal number and his dancing J -wuh hjss Hamilton were features. I Hilt Collins, another newcomer in the '..t Ttr,i. mnnninmr. -rim Speaker of the House," was what is termed in the vernacular "a scream." His thrusts at persons of national fame and Incidents of International Import ance tvere sufficient to give him a place high up in his class of entertaining. Paul McAllister was given a rousing re ception by his Washington friends on his entrance In the sketch "Putting It Over." It was several minutes before he could proceed with his lines. Mr. McAllister was fromerly a member of Poll's Players. The Howards with, their spectacular exhibition of musical shet iands and terriers, again prove a pleas ing number on the program. Rein Davies is still another new comer In the field of local vaudeville and appears in a number of vocal selec tions and wearing some stunning gowns. She has an -accomplished piano accom panist who aid3 her materially in her numbers. Ida May Chadwick Is the feature of the Chadwick trio, who pre sent a new playlet "Wiggins' Train ing Camp." Miss Chadwick is n, clog dancer of merit and her eccentric character work recalled the days of Kate Elinor. .Arthur Stuart and Hazel Keclev, in a dancing number, a la Cohan, and the Kosalres, aerial artists, complete the bill. The Patlie weekly presents pictures of President Wilson at Pass Christian and the recent storm at Sea Bright. It's Grandmother's Recipe to Restore Color, Gloss and Thickness. , Hair that loses its color and lustre, or when It fades turns gray, dull and lifeless, is caused by a lack of sulphur Jn the hair. Our grandmother made up a mixture 01 sage ica aim ouipnur to keep her locks dark and beautiful, and thousands of women and men who value that even color, that beau tiful dark shade of liair which Is so attractive, use only this old-time recipe. Nowadays we get this famons mix ture by asking at any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of "Wycth's Sage and Sulphur Hair IJemedy." which dark ens the hair so naturally, so evenb. that nobody can possibly tell it has been applied. Besides, it takes off dandruff, stops scalp itching, and falling hair. You Just dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning the grav hair disappears: but what delights the ladles with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is that, besides beauti fully darkening the hair after a few applications it also onngs oacit me gloss and lustro and gives It un ap pearance, of abundance. Wycth Chem ical Co. LXew Tork. Agent O'Don nells Druir Store. Advt. An Ideal Breakfast Miller's Sclf-Raising Buckwheat Nothing quite m nppc'i ing as ho: sriddlo cakes made of MILI.KR S Nl' Raising Buckwheat Keep a paekace of this noted Buckwheat on hand. r- i ur aroccr a. No consumers supplleo B.B.EARNSHW& RO. 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