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THE WASHINGTON TIHES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2G. 1915.
IB Attractions Copiing To Washington T-ocal thqa'trrKqcra will liavq an oppor tunity to rcnow acquaintance at tho Helnsco Theater tho wcotc' commencing January 3. -with nichard Walto Tully's enchanting apectucutnr romance of Per sian life, "Oninr. tho Tcntmaker." and with the mipcrb characterization therein of Guy nates Post In tho tltlo role. This HttroctlonVachlcvcd (treat local popu larity durihK Its engagement at tho Belasco lost winter. Tho some numcS ous company and massive scenic cmbcl llshmentir that won applause then havo hpen preserved intact. Plctorla(lv "Omar, the Tentmaker." la marvelous. A corripanv of neatly ono hundred, clad In tho hrllllant raiment of tho Orient, pass to and fro In tho moon lit, rose-sccntcd carden: como- arid ko nniont; the huddled. toomliiR bazaars tvf Nalshapur; attend .ludcmcnt In the lm noslnp HAll of nova'ty, and seek their fates Irt-tlic juafrow streets. Guy Botes Post brlnus to his por trayal Df tho lovable Omar the ripest and most engaging attainments of his conspicuous career. An enjoyable ovept Is tsrecast, n 1l)c announcement that that great success. Kick In' Is coming to the Now Xa- tlonil TheAter for an engagement of one nning jan L nubslnnt tlie A, JI. woods 'banner, tho nroduer WPftk. bpclnnlntr .TnnllAPV .1. inis is a auDsinnuai nttrncnon living to -whom the nubile Is Indebted for such entertainments as "Potash & Pcrlnuit tcr.""",VHhin the Law'." Julian KIt'.nge. and nlimeroua musical and dramatic h'ts. "Kick In" is a comedy' drama lcallng with a phase of New Vork H(e. wherahi tho doIIco department anil n set 01 very human and nlctuiosciuc criminals nro diainatlcatLv conccrnpd Its storv is th most Infrnso revelation ever nut on the stage, although much t-onitdv Is pirmlsed which relieves the strained neivcs of the spectator. Turning ft,oirtthc thrilling mclodrairatle rnlsodcs of "Under Covet," tho Poll Plajcrs will be fcon next week !u the refreshing corned v. "Along iJarnc P.uth," n Henry W. Savage production whh'h gnjoyetl a profitable season at tho Oaletv Tbsatci. New Vork. and nuose iimntlv woYi'high favor with tho Chi-t-aco public. 'Along Came P.nth" tellq an aopDallii? Mtorv in a iresh and unconventional manner. It offers excellent BCtlng op portunities' both tor the leudlnr. man, Mr. Van Buren. and for .Miss l'.lttui houce. who will play the title part. STARS .OF THE PHOTOPLAY mk- W jfe i .5att m .... Frank A. Burt, with "The GUI Trust," comes to the Gaycty Theater next week. Joe Httrtlg has furnished him an admir able vehicle In tho two-act musical faieo, "The Two Husbands ond Ono Wife." The story is based on matri monial entanglements. Buit, In tho part of Mozart Doudclsach, Is much involved in those complications. Included in the cast are Alius Mnudtc Heath. Augusta I.ang, Edna Green, Tom Kavcily. John Bohlman, ond Dolly Barnes. A Hurtig chorus, which Is always known for Its grace and beauty, will be featured In sixteen big musical numbers. Olive Kline, soprano, ond fcvan AVil liams, tenor, will bo heard In Joint re cital at the Now Xational Theater on the afternoon of January 7. This will be the sl.th conceit In the T. Arthur Smith ten-star sciles. Miss Kline and Mr. Williams ate both morlcan products, having been born in this country and having received their training here This concert will present for one of tho first times in this country home talent in every senso of the phrase, and sets a criterion for all students of music. Alexander Carr, tho character com edian, and creator of the role of Potash In the original ToTasIi nnd Peil inutter" company, will bo tho headline attraction with his own company In his new -audevllle hit. "An ApiII f-howcr " at Keith's Theater next week. "titer comic features will be 'The Bride Shop," and Morton and Moore, the ec centric comedians, starred In "Tho Tik I'ok Man of Oz." Tho remainder of the bill will comprise Charles Olcott in a new version of "A Comic Opera In Ten Minutes;" Mlgnon, the dancing mimic: l.veroat's Simian circus In acrobatic and comic featx and tii'ks; Paul Porter and Alice Sullivan in a musical tote-a-tte; T.a Corlo and Mix Dlnus in Par- Is!an Apaclie itvcls. the pipe organ re citals, and the 1'aUic news pictorial. On the- first Monda mondng of tho nov; year, untl .continuing through tho flrft three drys of the week, Pauline 1 ,(-' will be seen on the screen of Ioov'h ijolumhla Theater In an elabor ate ploturlzutlon of Hcr.ry Arthur Jones' hljlily successful pluy, "Kydlu Gllnioro." , The last four days of the week, Geial dlne Farrar, who created cne of the si co test tutors in the histoty of the motion plcf.'re Indiistrv with her won derful poitrayal of "CoimenV will b-5 s-ccn In her second great photo-dramatic production, "Temptation." wbieh vlvld lv duplets tho ttlals and hardohlps of those who would strive for tho goal of a si eat prima donna. At the Gtiden Theater next week the double feature bill on Sundav. Monday, and Tuesday will be a fllmizatlnn cf "The Great Divide'' with House Poteis and Kthel Clavton. Tho UDpIementarv plcturo will bo t coirodv feature entitled "Vll'oge Scan ial " enlisting the servicer of It xvmond Hitchcock. Mabel Xormand. Roscoo Ar buck'e. and other Kcvstono funmakers. On Wednesday and Thursday Harold Tvockwood is piotniscd In his latent film auccess. "Tho Buzzard's Shadow." Tlie auxiliary attraction will bo Charles Mui rav In a Kevstonn farce comedy. "The Great Vacuum Robherv." Cyril Maude, ono of the most noted Kngllsh octora. v 111 bo seer, on Friday and SaturJny in (Continued on Page Fourteen.) AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS THIS THEATER TIKAVTIKVI. PALI'S week! Vkl W 2S MIT. DAILY EVENINGS 25, 50. 756 rim imjli iMii'tun pi,vi:iis imii'spnt new YonKs latest Tllltll.LIVG SUCCESS, UNDER FIUST. APPEAIt WC'E I.V WAMII2VGTOX. xayv vhWiTia 41.1 THV. BEST THEATERS AT US.00 PltlCES. COVER ITU A, H. VAM BUREM NEXT WEEK-"AIiONG CAME RUTH" 1 DAILY. Q 2:15 & 8:15 SUNDAY. 3:00 & 8:15 M.VTI.MJES, 23c EVENINGS, !Sc to $1. ORDHIl IN ADVANCE. Mj THIS WEEK AND NFVT SlVDAV. JANI'MIV a. 1016. 3 SIioh. Neve Yenr'o Da 2. 5, nnd HUB Entire Bill at Each I'miul Holiday Prlcm Other Days an Usual. Presented In THE I.VTEbT DIIOADWAV I-t'HK, Mao In the "Ball Room Ballit" ivS2S ERIEST W.EAHS bllGUS And i:iKht Enrnnnlutr IlnnnrlilpK. In "The Gold Dust Tivlun," "The Fox Trot," "The Horse Trot," 'Dance of Natloua," Etc. A Kaleidoscopic Whirl of Ucnu, Grave, and Color In n C'arnUal of I.lfc and Mulf, EXTRA ADDED STARS EXTRA ADDED STARS MORRIS GRONIN & HIS MERRY MEN World' Only Act of the Kind WY ATI'S SCOTCH LfiDS & LASSIES In Hlglilaml Mtlody and Sporti TOMORROW NIQHT IS "SCOTCH NIOHT" In Honor of the Wyalt Clan TWO "KID" HITS Winsor'McCay & 'Gertie' the Funniest freak Animal Act Extant Sylvia Loyal & Pierrot & His Poodle, and 70 Homing Pigeons Oliver . Olp in "Discontent Milt folllm. ' The Speaker of th House I'arl Mc Cullougli I'lpc Or jan Recital. I'atbe News I'lctorlal Huy Beats N'ou today uhyiiic hoi cnn. orru harnor Kir c?,Knl'o,'"",B 3 SilS I lijlliw liunouil ui I j i uiuui uimu 11 VllltV GILEOIL, Carmine Fabrlxlo, Bankoff (llrlle QulKle . I-!tr.eraM nn Seal Kic He JAJ 3 WKEK Alexander t'arr The llrldc uo and Mpiton A. Moore Older seats .o HnHBinHasaBnnBH Burton Holmes January ll.i The first of t'c travclofeucii by Ilur loii Holme, will bo rIvcii on the af ternoon pf January n at :30 o'clock, at tho NVw Katlohal Theater, Tho uub Jqet Mill' ho "The Qrand Canyon of Arlrona." There will bo only tlire aub jectn In thin courae, tho other two tlatoa belnff the afternoona or January 26 and February 1. Tho subject" on tlicno occasions will bo "Tho Panama-Pacific Exposition" and "California and tho gan Dlctfo Exposition," respectively. Mclba's RccitaT. Of all tho artists now bororo the public Hide Is none who has so strong h hold on tho udinlratlon and affection of music lovnrs an Mme. Melba. the Bfeat-so-tirano. who Is to aupenr hew In dn cert on January ID In ToICb Theater at 4:10 o'clock. It Is nearlv twenty years since her Koldon volco was, llrst lioard In America, and her wonderful voice Has ln.t nr.nA nf (tin nvniilsltn duality Which makes It unique. Melba's rcdllnl will be tinder tho manaKcment or Mrs. vnson Orenc. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS VJmNGTON'S PLAMldUSBBEAUTIfUl PttMKTiNc on rrs atACt, at aix Tirtta only Tt rosj MOsrrOtyUGN PNATTVC AWl?Ta ftATTRACriQN r A GREAT PLAY-SUPERBLY ACTED MR. VII.ULAJNI n o r 1 nnlne Tomorrow night. Prices t Kven. at K:20. 60c to 12. Mat., Wed. k But., 15c to $1.50. FAYERSilAM :n a thrilling loVe' romance op modern lifb LhIAaIaS The Greatest Success of Faversham's Career ONE YEAR IN NEW YORK Next Week's Films v HEXT WEEK Triumphant Return SEATS NOW PRICES- 50e to S2.00 THE SEASON'S Iff m ffSiWrKisiB yTrsBr m w IsV lsV Sk JB f (m iwii J iitmiii .iV SUPREME Richard Walton Tully's Persian Love-Play Wed. Mat. 25c to $1 Sat. Mat. 60c to 51.50 SPECTACLE New Ycaiv week piotrram at Cran dall's Theater nromliei? to Ik; one of Ini poitance. Sunday the VltaRraph-BroaU-wav star feature. "The MaklnK Over of Oeoffrey Manning." with Harry Morey lll bo shown. v Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Clara Kimball Youns; will make her first WashliiKton appeal ance In the lonu-horalded production of "CamlHe." from Alexander Uunias' play. In con nection with Miss Younz'a appearance, an especially interesting feature la. the fact that Paul Capcllani. a member of tho Comedln Francalsc appears In the ioI of Armand. Mr. Capcllani is an officer In the Krench army and Is on leave In this country. r'or Thursday. Frldav and Saturday, selected features from the Centtal Film ProKram will be shown. New Year week's proiain provided hy the manaKcment of the limnrcis Thea ter begins Sunday and Monday with ftobcrt H. Mantell. supported b Oine vleve Hamper, in "Tho Orcen-Kved Monster," a sermon against Joa!o.is Most of th action takes place In Fiance, with other scenes laid in Austria and Inc'la. Particular attention has been paid bv the director to tlie scenic dotaiK and the production Is said to be on a pai with the hlsh quality of all rcleass from the Fox studios. A diversified prosrram of comedies and dramas has been artanscd for the !0 maindet of the week. .Four big feature photoplays, present ing four well-known actresses, have (Continued on Page Fourteen.) AMUSEMENTS JorotiB Tldlncx Week of January 10th Itetarn of Andreas Dipple Opera Co Mnll Orders Now In 99 "THE LILAC DOMINO THK 0IM:I YOt tT IIKI.I' IIUVIllNfJ. Tiiu oim:ii vol ctN".i' iii:i.i skkin. tih: oii:n 101 t vn't iikm1 ua'in(.. Till: OIT.IIV AOl t V'T IIKI-I MXilMi, 5Iot rnehantlnu ihubIc nnd wonderful ent Mer heard In a light opera THE NEW YORK SYMPHONY SOCIETY M.TKB mMnosrii I'OMJltTtlll HEW NATIONAL fM The oaly theater In Washlnrton cfferlnit oxcluslvcly American and tho first rank. ALU THIS Week . foreign stars of JOYOUS YULE-TIDE OFFERING AIOHTS, 8 SIIAItP CltAJRXBfl FnOIIMA.N MATIXHUH, 2 SIIAItP piikskWh Jpma SANDERSON DONALD BRIAN Joseph CAWTHORN ' AND COMPANY OF 100 TV iv THK LATEST KUnOPEAN MU8ICAI, SOCCKSS "SYBIL" ni' JIAX BRODV AND Fit A NIC MAIITOS - BnKlUh .Verslpn.br Harry. Graham. Music h- Victor Jacobl NEXT WEEK-w.dn-.VJ"-V.7ttril.y-8eali Thursday A. M. WOODS PrtESENTS "KICK IN" A Comedr-Drama In Four Acts Br AVILIiAnD MACK. Direct From a Year's Encag-ement at the Itepuhllc Theater, X. Y. City. Openlnir performance In aid of parsonage ( St. Thomas' Episcopal Church BURTON HOLMES THHEE TUESDAY AFTEnNOOSS AT 4t.10 Jan. 1 1 Grand Canyon of Arizona. Jan. 25 The Panama-Pacific Exposition. Feb. 1 California and the San Diego Exposition. SS.BO, on Sale Monday. Jwi Coarse Tickets, Hl.tVO, 82.00 and :i. A. M. Thursday Afternoon 4:30 o'clock FIRST CONCERT FIFTH WASHINGTON SERIES PhilharmoniC SOCIETY OF ORCHESTRA Tickets. $2.50. $Z. 1.50, 1, 75 SEW YORK JOSEF .HTOAXSKY, Conductor. -T. Arthnr Smith, 1.100 G St. SOLOIST Pablo Casals The World's Greatest Cellist FRIDAY 4:30 Jan. 7 SIXTH CONCERT, TEN-STAR SERIES America's Concert Tenor And OIjIVE KOME A GII,od Soprano EVAN WILLIAMS w Tickets, $2.00, S1J50. fl.OO, 75c T. Arthur Smith, lHOO G St. Tf i:sd 1 J IXlAltV AI'TKRMIOX, PERCY GRAINGER Stall orders received now. Trices) Orchestra, J 1.50, s.0 Ilnlcoii, f 1.00, -91.501 Fnmll) circle, 75c. Momln Afternoon, il. -'I, Krlcdn Hemprl. GARDEN TODAY-MON-TUESWED BESSIE BARRISCALE Triangle Co. Presents IN THE Golden Claw" Hs 2 WEBER AND FIELDS IN "THE BEST OF ENEMIES" STRAND TODAY-MON-TUES DOUBLE FEATURE BILL OF TWO POPULAR FAVORITES Sale of Seats Opens Tomorrow Morning At Droop's, 13th and G, For MME. MELBA i Toll s Theater, Mondav afternoon Janiun I 10th. I OT JTlccs K, r-M, JJ, II oO, l Boxes, )XI Emily Stevens B 1 Harld Lockwood IN THE IN THE House of Tears 1 1 Tragic Circle 'FOR THUDS., FRI., ST. SHOWS SEE DAILY TIMES' I OEW'S COLUMBIA mLa SHOWING CONTINUOUS, 10:30 A. M. TO 11 P. M. !. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27, 28, 29 Jesse L. Lasky Presents VALESKA SURATT IN THE IMMIGRANT THURSDAY, FTRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY Daniel Frohman Presents A Faithful Picturization of DEIMMAN THOMPSON'S Immortal Rural Classic THE OLD HOMESTEAD Morning nnd Afternoon I0c-I5ck. I0c-I5c-25c SI MPIIOXY onCHlSTRA TO DAY CONTINUOLS 3 TO 11 I, FANNIE WARD in THE CHEAT noons opkv u::m. ABE RpYWQLDS Monday Matinee, Dec. 27, EXTRA MIDNIGHT PERFORMANCE NEW YEAR'S EVE 'he World's Greatest Burlesque Attraction SPIEGEL'S MAX 11 Ji riS J k CSYIVrtfl The Comfy 7t h & 1Al9111 W THEATER F StS. Opening of Hall Stock Co. In the New York Success THE REVOLT A Play With a Punch That Will Jolt You Played at the Belasco in October With Mme. Pctrova SOME OF OUR PLAYERS GEO. HAYES Biggest. Best ,and Most Elaborate Production EVer Offered at Popular Prices MERRYfb xrilHra ' IBBW ft... JMBt, F - 1B&X B t BBBBBv -KMSI t SBBBBBBKt BBBw a tjrJBT? 9 !JsBBBB u. m n M mer . -mm izml set- : A'iUK vmxm& f N3t'lPr;?v timWIM . mmtomEftZ7 , .36 ' i:,.y mmmmw. l wr ri. -tot i-WP' VT vVTjsaaWTL. Mtl .' s it i'lMWfc' AmmMm. Bltefflflr'IaHafa1 ' ROUNDERS- The Sweetest Chorus Washington Has Ever Seen 60T-PEOPLE-QO TEN sdBE cmriuvrs: TODAY Mat. and Eve. DAVE MARION'S OWN SHOW Next Week; GIRL TRUST Louise Kent Nima Kelly Gale Sterlee Anice Ives Bertha Julian And Others Louis Ancker ' Chas. Peyton . Arthur Bell Stanley Pierce Elmer H. Brown Maude Eburne Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Pricis Matinees 15-25 ening 15-25-35-50 Subscription List Now Open Last Time, 3 to 11 P.M. The Battles of a Nation TODAY MASONIC AUDITORIUM TONIGHT 0l30 Continuous to IOiUO WILLIAM FAVERSHAM "One Million Dollars" UC screen from Kiintmer's novel, Vtlanteil for Arnold Frederic 1,000,000 francs. n tbrllllns; nets of nontanre, 51 s ter', and lutrlRUr. Metro Picture. DANCING Ht'KiIM, ournlr Christmas Oanco, Qo- er's, Cl'J ::iid st . SOc. Ladle tree. Uaiu'es Tuos . Thurs , Sat Prhate lessons. Me, IxnuUful ballroom for rent. IJ. I'll M.'. Mil AND MHH HARTI.EV. formerly MIS fOl I.Tl'.II, i:tj O t. N. V. nil ilanctne tftiiglit prlvtue letsous Tic t'hoiie X .14 Ml!- illlil' .It i:o St : . W 1 hon Msln i' I cfsons In i nr fnliii Atcinlil l'iinii IIi cry MonJa lcnln ; PROF. WYNDHAM, nEf$u- All dances. Class, 10c. Trtvats any bour. DANCING NICHOLAS 1012 II ST. N W. I'hou Mntn 7KM. 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