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TtfE WASHINGTON TIMES; STTTTOAY; tfOYEJTBER 28." 1015.
20 Attractions ComingHerc Next Week llertlnnlnir Monday evening, December k David Warllcld will make hi Initial kcv, savo for threo preliminary perform n, cea given In Wilmington, In hla new er, role In David lielaaco's lateat drama, 'an der Decken," a legendary play of tl a aea, written expressly for tha great a tor. It la predicted that thla will r ove to be the greatest role In Mr, arflold'a entire career. I'hla play, whllo baaed unon the old miliar legend of the "Flylnit Dutch an," nevertheless haa been claboruted upon by Mr. ueiasco, wno nn .'sou crely the Incident of the "KlylnK utchman" aa the nucleus around to huh build a strong human drama heating cn a subject never before made via on the aiajto, and which would oro de Mr. Warlield with a putt evon renter than any of those In which he i far hus triumphed, "Watch Your Step," a musical com Jy produced by Charles Dillingham, hlch has registered successes of a sen KitloDai uaturo In both New York and London will be offered In Washington lor the first time at tne Wew rsutional 'fheater for one week beginning De tmber 6th. There will be matlneea Wednesday and Saturday. The piece will be presented here as It was shown at tha New Amsterdam Theater, New York for a period of more than alx month ji rt will be performed by a cast whlofe Includes Mrs. Vernon Castle, frank Tlnney, Bernard Granville, Elis abeth Brlce, Charlca King, Harry Kelly, Harry Ellis and numerous other foot light notables. In addition to those of the principal players every name asso ciated with "Watch Your Step" la one that has been made Illustrious by mem orably successful achievement In some particular avenue 01 the entertainment Held. As a producer Mr. Dillingham haa given the stage a score of musical com edy and operetta triumphs; Harry B. Smith, who wrote the book of "Watch Your Step" la probably the beat known of American librettists; Helen Dryden, who designed the aceney and costumes for the piece enjoys an International reputation as an originator of women's clothes-fashions; Irving Berlin, who Is responsible for the mua.c and the lyrics. Is without question the most popular of modern song writers his productlona are played, sung, whistled all over the world. For the first time slnie the company began Its career In Washington rour years ago. the 1'otl Playera will be seen next week. In Shakespearean drama, the historical mustem ecc. "Julius Caesar.' rnia win oe an amDitious unaertaKing for the stock company, but the playera will have the advantage of the co- operation of one of The greatest tragedl- ??."-?" A1erl.can tae today. It. D. co-star wlfh William Faversham In u.ui.a .iiv, nv acoBvun mru, nuaint, iinrnfirlnila H "Julius Caesar. playing the part of Brutus, and he will play the same part with the Toll ompnny next week. In tho rote of Marc Antony, A. II. van Buren will make his debut In classic drama, while Mark Kent will say tare well to Washington when he appears In the toga of the Roman conspirator, Catus Casslus. Florence Rlttenhouse will be seen In the role of Portia, Brutus' wife. Upon the last occasion of the produc tion of "Julius Caesar" In Washington. William Faversham appeared as Marc Antony, and Frank Keenan waa the Casslus. While womankind Is at the height of her clamoring for a cessation of the wrrld war. Nazlmova. "The Jeanne d'Aro of Peace." will make her return and farewell appearances In "War Brides' at the n. F. Keith Theater next week. The onlv change In her company la that of Ntla Mac In plare of Mary Alden as Amy. Comic and melodic con trasts will be afforded by Oeorge Whlt inr and Padle Burt In "Songaaylnga" Vaaeo. "The Mad Musician;" the Avon Comedy Four. Minnie Allen; DeWltt. Burns and Torrence In "The Awakening f Toys;" Kollj and JIarland In a dance satire; Helene and Rmlllon In midair hazards; tho pipe organ recitals, and tho Patho news pictorial. Following "The Gentleman from In diana," In which Dustln Farnum will be seen on the screen of Loew's Co lumbia Theater the latter part of this week, Theodore Roberts will be seen In an elaborate feature production, "Mr. Crex of Monte Carlo." The production contains a melodramatic atory that Is excetplonally timely at the moment, as some of the principals represent na tional tiitures of Europe. Probably tho biggest interior setting ever offected In a studio Is used In one of the seta showing the great gambling rooms at Ifonte Carlo, Marguerite Clark will be seen the last four days of the week In one of the roost delightful and thorougholy enloy able of Mark Twatns many works. "The Prince and the Pauper." Aa the fifth attraction In hla "Ten Star Concert Series," T. Arthur Smith will present Friday afternoon, Decem ber 10, another three artist combination, when Mat la Nleasen-Stone, contralto; Wasally Iteseklrsky, violinist, and Carl Frledberg, pianist, aro heard In recital. This will be the first opportunity Washington has had to hear the fam rus Ttusslan violinist, who has been In America only n comparatively short time. His tour this season embraces nnlv a few of the larcer Kaatern o tl1. Mme. Nlesser-Stone's rich, velvety mezio contralto created a furore at her first appearance with the Metro politan Opra Company and she now occupies an enviable place among the great concert singers of this country. The third member of the trio. Carl Ftiedberg, who Is one of Oermany'a roremost piano artists and leacners, was accorded Instantaneous recogni tion when I" made his first tour of America In 1914, and this season he Is one of the most sought after artists In the musical world. "A T.im mrl Tn n Tllr mtv " a njw play by James Kyrle MarCurdy. Is next week's ottering at tne casino Theater. It was first produced at the Ootham Theater. New York, and it Is said to have aroused much favorable comment while there. The plot relatee the adventures of Laura Nelson, n voung country girl who goes to New York In search of a fiosltlon. Much that la typical of life n the American metropolis haa been Introduced In the story. The lsdlnf ro'e of Iiurn Nelson Is filayed by Beatrice Lorlng. The remain ng characters are portrayed by a cap able cast. "Million Dollar Doll' "Is tho nttrar tlon billed for the Oayety Theater next week. Lew Hilton Is the "piece df re sistance" of mirth, yet he la not alnne, for his eight confederates, Lester Allen Boh Ferns. Frances St. Cla're, Elsie Meadows. Haneynnd Olbson. the t'nlteii Trio, and Savo aro Implicated and equally Involved. A heautv rhorus of thirty has also ben provided, to say nothlntr of the twenty song nits and a nosi or specini ties which will be 'ntroduc-d durlnc th action of the mnslrn! farce entitled "Hotel De Olnk" that has been written In two acts and flvi wir The pint Is of the usual nnnienslcal revue species, none the less attractive for Its lack of originality or den sensibilities. The show is replete with coniedv situations, and boasts of a number of specialties that are unusual and spectacular. Krlts KrMsIer the Brent vlftllnlit. Is to snpear here in the Notlonnl Theater on Thursdav, December 3 The tour hi ts miklnir In this rountrv Is tho fourth under the direction of C A. Kills, of Boston, and beginning- In the early autumn on the Pacllle coast it will ex- wall Into May, in which tuna aa tfrand Opera Star Who Is to Be Heard Here I aBBBBBBBB fev -m x JWZr Tir. ana J will have between IS and 160 appear ances. for his coming tour he has arranged programs of exceeding attractiveness, anT aa usual haa drawn deeply trum the source of the best violin muslo of the Italian masters of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. It Is KrelRer who haa so enlarged the repertoire of the working violinist by discovering the forgotten beauties of this music. Florence Heed, the atar of many Bioauway successes, will head the pro mum In a lllmixatlon of Ueorge Bear uoroUKh's drama, "At Bay, ' at Moore'a btrand Theater on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, week of December . The basis of the play concerns a crusade against gambling, alec a Mi'..i,u.ar mid of a noted icanu , lwui. Un Wednesday oj.u uiuiauuy Blanche Forsythe, a charming Kngllsn actress, nlll be featured In a photoplay en titled. "The Strife Eternal," founded upon sensational Incidents In the un happy life of Jane Shore, who capti vated the heart of King Edward the Fourth. Arnoid Daly, one of America's best known actors, will hold the acreen on Friday and Saturday In a vivid film drama, "The House of Fear," In which Mr. Daly appears aa Ashton Klrke, In vestigator. Special muslo accompani ments will be rendered by the Strand Symphony Orchestra. At Moore's Garden Theater the noted double feature Triangle shows will De continued and on tiunuay, Monday, 'luesduy and Wednesday of the weea of December 6 the program will con- u l. ... Ml.1 1 Ilrt,,l,i.r.r a pandvaltnir uomeay drama with Dorothy U.ah, and hta(fed by D. W. Urlfflth. coupled with an uproarious Sennett Keystone farcer A Favorite Fool, featuring Dddle toy and the Seven Little Foys. Frank Keenan will head the bill on Thursday, t rlday and Saturday in a celebrated Ince dramatic production entitled "The Coward," wh.cli tells a stirring: story of the civil war. The auxiliary comedy feature on these days will bo a Sen nett farce comedy, "Fickle Fatty's Foil." with itoscoe Arbuckle. Mabel Normand, Owen Moore and other Key stone farceurs. Percy Grainger, the distinguished Australian pianist, will be Uie soloist at the next concert of the New York Symphony Orchestra. Walter Dam roscn, conductor, wn en lanes place at tne ueiasco Theater, Tuesday alter noon, January 11. The arrangements for the tour of Serge de Dtaghllefrs Ballet Russe have been completed and the famous organi sation, after opening Ita season In New lorn on January n. win visit in turn Boston, Albany, Detroit, Chicago. Mil waukee, St Paul, Minneapolis, Kansas City, St. Louis, Indianapolis. Cincin nati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Washington, Philadelphia, and Atlantis City, ltua slan ballets, written, mounted and danced by Russians have been a thea trical fashion and almost a theatrical passion of western Europe, spring after spring, through May and a part of June, Serge de Dlaghlleff'a Ballet Russe haa danced in Paris. Summer after summer from the end of June through July It has danced In London. The Ballet Russe will disembark In New Tork during the last week in De cember; after several weeka of re hearsal. It will dance for a fortnight at the Century Theater, beginning on January 17 through February and March It wilt make a brief tour of the principal cities; through April It will replace the regular company of singers for the final month of the season at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. Douglaa Malloch, personal represent ative of Max RabUiofT, manuglng direc tor of the Boston Grand Opera Com pany and tho Pavlowa Ballet Russe, has announced that an option on the Be lasco Theater haa been secured for one week In December and that. In view of the enthusiasm shown here over the possibility of this musical event, final arrangements can be made In the near future. A coterie of Washington muslc-Iovere have organized an opera comtnmltte to pledge the amount necessary to Insure the short opera wason In December. The combined companies are now hav ing a successful run In Boston, and It Is planned to bring the organization here when that season Is concluded. The project Is at present beinir agi tated to have the Boston company di vide ten weeks of Its annual winter season among Boston. Philadelphia. Baltimore and Washington. Boston and PMlnriVlnhla would naturally aasumo the major share of the ten weeks, hut the snorter reasons wouia pr prcscmru with the lome care and casts enjoyed by the larger cities. Roller Skating at Central Coliseum Popular Winter Sport. Roller skating at the Central Coli seum, which opened last Saturday even. Ing at tho auditorium at Ninth nnd Pennsylvania aenuo, above Center Mar ket, la proving one of tho noil popu lar of wlntei sports. Edward S. Whiting, manager, has ex pended every effort to make the coli seum the best and largest of Its kind ever opened in this city. Tho skating surface proper Is of the best grade maple wood, and the skates aro light running, and well regulated. Manager Whitney has been connected with the rink amusement Dusiness ior iu ii twenty years, having owned and oper ated four of the laruest and most popu. lar rinks In the middle West. The music furnished by nn excellent band and the course of Instruction at thla rink are features given especial attention. EXCURSIONS A I LANTIG FLEET BATTLESHIPS HAMPTON ROADS Dally Rervlee From Wnshlnatoa OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK, Va. Clty Ticket Ofncr, Woodnurd 3Mi, Till ICtfa M. ft. . NORFOLK k WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. Twinkling Stars And Satellites (Continued from Page Fourteen.)' why we can't do aa well In the farewell buslnesa aa any other country on the face- of the globe. We have the fire waller and wo have the people to aay farewell to. Now let's iret together and see what wo can do about It. Aa I said, thla Is only my second farewell, but If 1 a1 et baclt here In the soring, that will be one more, and at that rate If I can only keep It up I will be up even Willi mv competitors by the spring of 1922. and by the winter season of'lttT I'll be well In the lead. "But. or course, vou will realise that I can't do all this by myself. There la one thing I need and that la you your sympathy, your affoctlon. nnd all those things, but, above all. vour co-operation. These farewells would be very ex pensive things to give all alone In an empty theater lust fop the, 'tin nf it And for that reason It acema to me that audlencea ahould do their part In the noble work of putting our beloved coun try In the lead In this respect, aa ahe la In so many others of leas Import ance. "I hate to talk to you about duty, but there It Is this Is your patriotic duty and I have to tell you about It. And now that I have called your attention to the matter. I am sure you will do your share, which la merely to come here and be farewelled to. The nlghta are all that are necessary. We can taice care or the matlneea. So It la Der fectly understood and It la rery nice of you. I am aura, and It will help us along a whole lot.1' With the Local Musicians Miss Florensce Coitmhe. soprano; Miss Miriam Larking. Velllat: Mrs. Walter Bruce Howe, pianist, and Mlsa MUdred Illder. pianist, were heard In recital last Sunday. Harry P. Hopkins gave his third roncert of the season before the Uiitern Female High School of Bal timore, assisted by Mrs. Far a Storm Crommer, soprano, last Monday. Ilia program comprised the two versions of hla "Masquerade. Dance," the rtret movement of Salnt-Saens' "Concerts In O minor," a Chopin "Ballade," and Moskowsky's "Scherzetto In A flat." Piano pupils of Miss tlrnce Adams, assisted by Elizabeth Wilbur, violin Int. had a recital last. Wednesday evening. Those taking part v. ere the Misses Virginia Doyle, I.vtlyn Doyle. Jeanne Chamberlain. Marlon Wins low, Margaret Van Sint, Mabel Mc Pherson. Kathryn Window. Doris Wood, Ruth Thomas, Prisrllla Ililey, Violet Wlnslow, Mary lleth Jackson, Dorothy Heeder, Thctma Schmllt, Mildred Armstrong, Marguerite Meyer, and Winifred Mlchaclson. A special service of Thanksgiving music v.T.1 be glen by the quartet of St. Paul's Lutheran Church at 8 o'clock thla evening. Tne program Includes "Praise the Lord." Maker; "Ye Shall Dwell In the I-and." Stnlner: "While the Karth Remain-i-tli." Maunder; "Be Glad. O Ye Righteous," llosmer' "Hymn uf Thanksgiving." All.tsen. "Olorla." Mozart; "Cantllcne." Marchant: "Processional Marche." Cnunnd. Members of the quartet are Mrs. l.ertha (Sottaman. soprano; Mrs. Julian Brylawskl, contralto: Leroy Glider, tenor: Charles Roberts, bass, and Mrs. William Hamilton Bayly, organist. Mrs. Huron W. I.awson will be soloist for the Harmonic Society tn Baltimore next Tuesday evening, f-he will alng the "Jewel Song" from "Faust." with orchestral accom paniment, and a group of aonas. Later In the vtoek Mrs. Lawson will give a recital In Pennsylvania. "Israel in the Wilderness." by Gaul, and "Daughter of Jalrua. by Slalner. will be presented by the Washington Oiatorlo Society at the First Congregational Church Tues day evening at o'clock. Henry II. Freeman la conductor. The tolalati are Miss Georgia Thonssen. Paul Hleydon. and Charlea Trowbridge Tlttmann. WlUlam SUnsfeld Is to la) organist and Harvey Murray pianist. A plino recital was given by pupils cf Mrs. Emllle Dougal Marcon on I'rldav evening The following pupils took part: Virginia Herron, Uornlco and Violet Johannesen. Hazel Jones. Audrey Herron, Marlon Jacobs, and Henrietta Nollner. Notes of the Stage. "The House With the Hundred Mirrors" is another title that may bo bestowed upon Kelth'a now, as Manager Robblns has Installed In the foyer and retiring rooms a num ber of ornate mirrors. Wtlllsm Faversham. starring In one of the gieatest ptrts he haa ever created. Count de Dasctta In The Hawk," will bring his company and production to the Belasco Theater December 17. " Anna Held Is at the Oliver Moni ca studios In Los Angeles at the present time where she is appear ing dally before the cameras la picture-revival of her former aue cess "Madame President. By abolishing the time-honored traps and drum and strengthening the rest of his orch-stra. Manager Rapley, of the New National, Is sponsor for an innovation that haa met with the expressed approval of many of the theater's regular pa trons. The result of the change la to give softer but fuller tone to the music, the National's organization now being a complete string orches tra. DANCING runllkM Pay tho profeaaor W. no krlKrVlAlN more Take aa many leaaona aa you need until you can dance cor. redly. Can there be a fairer method. 1311 II at. N. W. Koxco Building. 1. PROF. WYN DH AM w- All dancee Clsaa. Mr. Prlate any NICHOLAS I 1011 11 at. N l'h. ttot Main. All .xxlell' dancee patrooal. upon i n. to 11 p in. I'eraonal 'ermi reaoonaDle. ,. I I -I, nni.A8COTHEA.'EU: M t:. ilt.LLcK S, 'ijp.totre.Mlnute Dinces. In structive, music and hsll furnlahed orgsnl-.ed Ctsasee liaurooni ana ini.ivi".'1- .... aiOVEll'a, tli Mndi claaa. dances Tues., Thura. A Bat., toe: ladlea free! private aa. aona an- hour lOoi fox trot. .e-eief, h eslta. Hon. waltx. :-otar: lateat tnMhod P" ";. MISS CHAPPELEAR, 1S15 QUK HT. N. W P1IONR NOItTII till. lVIrSe COBB I'hon. Main mi. Aaaemt.U nnrea Eery Monday Evening. E. DIVA AN Maater Inatructor, teach. rlKVVlnn er nf teachers. It me convince ou how quickly I can make you a flnlahed dancer at a mojersie co.i, at. N W Foico flulldlng. 1311 II 1 UH. AXn MHB. llAItTLBV, formerly MI8S COULTnn. 1203 o at, N. W.I sll Janelng taught i trlate leaaona. 7to. I'hone W till DAVIHON'S, rraf. Mra 15211 M nw. All dancea correctly taught anar. In few laueos: prlv. aay hour. Claaa Tua. ev. KMIi. 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We carry the Unrest se lection of ladlea' hat frames, hats made while you wait. Ladies' Capital Hat Shop 508 1 Ith St. N.W. MANTELS, TILES, FIREPLACES 1 KDW1N V.. Kl.l.f.TT, 11041 Oth St. I'hone . 73X6 N.W, Jfcfore ffter UKOHIIK A. aiMONDS A CO. nookblnilera, SIS F Ft. N. W. Phone M. KV. We solicit your hardest Jobs no book too worn for us to make as new. rirln? us your leather goods for gold lettering. XcL Thrifty Buyers Would See Your Announcement If It Appeared Here . Coffee 25 . flt Red Man Brand Roasted daily and de livered while fresh. Panne for ftnmplc. N. T. REDMAN, 208 NINTH srnKKT N. W. Oppoalte Center Market. .,... "" M. 3. UTTEIt. liOOg. CIIKKSE. TOOK 8UC CEsa in Lira may depend on geed health and g o . d appear, ante. TO-HA-HE reme.llet are great helps, they never die appoint. fll'K CIAL, REUUC T I O N. Ooed ltallh 1lt .a make your ewn medicine, (to box, Sc. TUB OIIKAT Herb snd Itoot tabids for nertee, bloed, stomach, liver, kidneys, 25c 1IERDM, TltO-KAH step that ticklish, dry threat cough. Oc package, ltc. llEAUNO SYRUP for tender threat, peralatent, okatlnate, Bron chial cough, :Sc bottle, 15c. MI-RO-KA for our, gassy stomach, 10c. POOTIIELP POW, DEH is your beat friend for your tender feet, Kc box, lee. ADMIHATION TAUHJM sew. der, Z5c oi. lac ADMIHATION face sow der, Tja hex, 10c. ADMIRATION PEFIFTME, 16c. ODOn-UUrtK. Kc box, loo. HCAI.P KOOD and HAIR OrtOWEr 1'OVIADE. K lar, 10c. IIOREIinUND and SASSAFRAS candy, good for a cough and the bleed, and good to eat, Sc a bag. We have a large va riety of healing herbs and roc la and la salts of the WAR, we aell fc worth or KH OS wertli. AlNweek aneclsta, alao open evenings IN DIAN WIOWAM HERD REMEDY ESTAII. I.ISIIMENT. 1721 7th at. N. W. t-.-.-i-M-i-M".". , 1 1 n-H'Mj'M I can save you money on any kind of stove Heaters. Cook Stoves, Latrobea, etc. All stand- ara makes carried In atock. JI STOVE REPAIRING Let our expert workmen attend to your stove or furnace In need of repalra. You will nnd our " charges exceedlnsty moderate. George M. Yeatman 426 7th Street S.W. -I 1 H-H-M-M-H-H-H I IlH-f Plumbing. Heating, Roofing. ; "Have It Dane Itlaht. Get Caaey" 3207 14th St. Upp.alte Are.ae. Colmaakln 155. One Day Old Eggs I.. P. I.URBY Car. 8th ant Ka.t Capital Streeta rho.e 1,1. e. 1611 Head quarter! for the S. !'. Tou I try Farm'i Large Whit Kgga. In sealed carton, each car ton bearing data when laid. r.Terythlna; Go. To ICat. We keep the best Ice Cream in th city. Delirered free, $1.00 per gal Our Home-made Chocolates. Trj a box for 25c a pound. COKINOS BROS. 034 th St. N. W. Ceater nn.t it st. Market. N. li DREAMLAND The pluce for your Xmaa Candles. Confectionery, and Ice Cream Parlora. Special 19-cent Chocolates. 645 H STREET NORTHEAST CHANAKA BROS., Preps. Telephone Blaln 1751 Kstnhllaheal 1843 THE W. H. BUTLER CO. OHl'niCK V. KLYNN) Wholesale and Retail Dealer. 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