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r-, t ?" w- - THE WASHINGTON TDIE&. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1917. FACE YOU WILL SEE AT CAPITAL'S PLAYHOUSES DURING THE WEEK Mte gg;T?WinHiWooooi oToTo'o'o'o''o'o'af- ":? ,3?. ( ErJft -t1 .'bo'bo'bo'bo'bo'bbT''A FJoTo'o'o'o'ooVSJsttaoo'BT'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'f Our guess is that Carlyle Blackwell is feeling sorry he's a burglar, to the Savoy and see if that isn't close to the mark. Go It's Eardly necessary to introduce Sam Bernard, forhe "old-timers"! wili have a hearty welcome tor ujjs funmaker at B. F. Keith's. Some Hawaiian butterfly is Miss Freda Tymers, who will flit about the stage at Poli3 this week in the fetch ing costume she wears here. Here's the latest picture of one of Washington's best loved stage stars, just as Miss Maude Adams will look at the National Theater. Maude Adams At National; "The Brat" At the Belasco A combination that has won the warm regard of theatergoers U that of James Matthew Barrle as author and llaude Adams as actress. The combination Is to be In evidence at the National Theater tomorrow night, when the author's latest comedy. "A Kiss for Cinderella,'' Is to be given KJth the actress In Its chief role, ran out the season. Mr. Barrle calls "A Kiss for Cin derella" a "fancy." The heroine Is a household drudge whose drab exist , erjee Is relieved by the richness of her Imagination. The slavey has told the children he Is Cinderella. She falls asleep and In her fevered dreams the fairy godmother visits her to grant her three wishes, the ball, to be allowed to assist in nursing the wounded, and to -marry the man of her choice. In the last act Cinderella Is conva lescing In the cottage of a doctor. Where she Is allowed to assist In the nursing. Here she Is visited by her real prince, a big policeman, and the author brings his "fancy" to a con elusion with a scene that Is typical of him In Its sweetness and humor. "Miss Adams personally staged the play. The setting of the dream ball scene Is an adaptation of a painting by Mr. Maxneld Farrlsh. Miss Adams, of course, plays the role of Cinder ella, and there is the promise of a Wfll balanced supporting company, BELASCO. Mi Maude Fulton's delightful cimedy success, "The Brat," will re tarn to the Belasco Theater fcr one week beginning tomorrow evening under the direction of Oliver Morosco. It will be remembered by theater goers In Washington that Thi Brat" was given Its Srst Eastern showing before going to New York at the Belasco Theater last, season, after which It went to the Metropolis and scored one of the hits of the season 'just recently completing a run of six months at the Morosco Theater there. Miss Pulton who not only wrote the play but appears In the leading role, has written a -story of a street waif, which Is said to be clean, sweet, and wholesome, with many oppor tunities for laughter and a tear or two. In selecting the members of this company Mr. Morosco has used the same infinite care and skill that is noticeable in all of his productions. with the result that "The Brat" la Interpreted by a really excellent com pany of players. The cast Is the criginal Morosco Theater (New York) company. Including Edmund Lowe, rercival T. Moore. Gertrude Maltland, Helen Stewart, Ruth Holt Boudcault, John FIndlay, Frank Klngdon, liessie Andra, and Maude Fulton. 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Vistas of mountain and strange Hawaiian architecture lend glamour to the Hawaiian play, "A Daughter of the Sun," a brand new production which will tonight begin a week's en gagement at Poll's Theater. The play was written by Lor in J. Howard and Ralph Kettering and is the traditional melodrama of the tropics with modern touches In the AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS B.F. KEITHS! DAILY'S SINBAY SSS HATS. 25c; EVE'S, 25clo$l JET13SS Beglanlns; Traurmr Matlae ad Endlnjc Itext Ssnday Xla-ht. AMKIUCA'S BBPBESESTATIIE DIALECT COMEDY STAR SAM BERNARD Tbe Uniir&ned Drollater of "Tt Rich Ur Horrenhelmer," Girl and th "Wlxart. "H Cunt from Milwaukee," "All Bttlle of Bond Btnet," Etc "Nearly for tbe a Hero Ladles," "The Th dwiT! Bran Monde Tender Their Trenaored Terpklehorean Triumph iri'B rranKNorsi I tod Tid Boiiir Of tha Winter Garden. th "Follies and other Hits, In "A Kaleidoscope of Dance Color and Sonr." aa Acclaimed In New York Broadway Bean Monde Tender Their Trenaored Terpslehoreai lucille gavanagh: MeHibon, Diiaond ind Cbaplo OWID A RAO DOLL EARLE CAVANAU6H & CO. ROKETTE THE BUTTONS Tbe VlollnUt Who Einfa. I A Society Circus Novelty In a New Inspiration. of Many Kxcltlns Phai Inelodlac nutb Tompkins and UD IL'nilKITIVC li BhluIIh la br Slo.Ital Hl n' inUUIOIIIIC OLGA BORIS, Ituulu Coart VloIlnUtri TIinER JAII'NS, tUiulIlbrUt Extraardlnaryi riTE ORGAN RECITALS, UEARST-PATIIE JEWS riCTORIAL AAD AVAR KBCTIOX SENSATIONS. Today 3 & 8:15 EVA TANGU AY Tke Vorld Pwffw jmI AH Laiit Week's Extraordinary AUrafllonw. United States, tbe tapping- of the wire. less, etc One Dr. Oattt Eancura. This young Iady.doean't seem inclined to obey orders and the sit uation is tense. But this is just one of many tense scenes in "The Whip, which will delight Strand patrons this week. r will present all the.attractions of this week's program. GAYETY. "The World of Frolics," as the 1817 way of a Japarieio plot asfelnst the I edition of Save Marlon's Own Show throuchout the week, patrons wlllabe thrilled by the clattering: hoofs pf six horses racing; "neck and neck" on the big- treadmill that has been Installed on the Strand stage. xne scene, which Is thus brought has been styled, will furnish enter-1 J?'"'6: fu!.s ..the " ?f the one lr. Oaer Saocura. ai.. . ... .',, , .. . r1".1" "wt D' me race track and Japanese scientist. Is-the superrillaln l""ncnl ' "'" " ' -- me- intrigue revolving around a fa who does the plotting while a Bird of tron"i of me Gavety Theater this mous race horse named "The Whip." tbi ai.va i. in,n... ... . i weel.. . I Bis: race scenea. wnnitarfui .,,. tive priest. Headed by Marion, himself. In the' lot; scenes, the best train wreck, and The cast Is said to be an excen. familiar role of "Snuffy, the Cab- me most thrilling automobile accl- tional one, including Jean Clarendon, ' man." the cast also contains the cent ever seen in pictures all com who has the difficult role of the Jap-t names of such notables of the bur- blned with a powerful story make enese villain; and Freda Tymers "The' lesque world aa Agnes Behler, Inex this a screen play intensely Interest Daughter of the Sun" Is declared to , Ve Verdler, Charles Raymond. Ea- ing. be alluringly pretty In her Hawaiian ' ward lloran, Nellie Watson, Al Dwl-i A special musical score and well costume. Lea Hatch has the role of ! nell, Lewis Elber, Henry Plunkett. selected comedy and nens films will the daughter of the governor of the ' Fre1 nIth, Ous Rober, and S. H. Dud- complete the program. Islands. ley, the latter being a noted colored! The lure of this "Paradise of the ! comedian and a Wai-hlngtonlan. KNICKERBOCKER. Pacific" is kept before the audience1 A musical revue In two acts andl Julian FJUnge. noted female Imoer- uy a iroupe or native Hawaiian wno "" "" " " " "- senator. wIU be shown In his first effort v a.uu sing uicir nauve meioaies throughout the action of the play. R. F. KEITH'S. Earn Bernard will draw the laughter-loving crowds to B. F. Keith's Theater this week on his last vaude ville visit of the sesson, as he is on the verge of Joining a new Broadway revue. Sam is heralded as appearing as he did "twenty-five years ago." The extra added attraction will be the dainty danseuse. Lucille Cava nagh, formerly of White and Cava nagh, and before then with the Win ter Garden shows and the "Follies," in which her barefoot dances were a sensation. She Is assisted by Trank Hurst and Ted Domer In the presen tation of "A Keleldoscopc of Dance, Color and Song, lor return en gagement Nonette, tbe vloliniste who sings, will submit an entirely new repertoire of selections and a fresh Importation of milady's modes Mc Mahon, Diamond and Chaplow will in clude their fantastic comedy novelty, "The Rag- Doll" The Duttons will add their society circus feats on horseback, and Earlc Caanafc!i( sup ported by Ruth Tompkln. will offer his new musical comedy, "Mr Inquist tlve," with a sextet of pretty girls Olga Boris, formerly a Russian court planlste, will make her Washington.' debut, and the Three Jahns will pre sent a brilliant feature of European equllibrism The pipe organ recitals, the Heart-Pathe news pictorial and war section films conclude the bill ties of unusual merit. Among the lat- for the ro-oUon P'" screen, n "The ter are a Hawaalan dance by Emilie Countess Charming." which will ba the Bartholettl, "a confidential talk," by central attraction at Crandan's Knlrker Dave Marlon, an act styled "an ad- bocker both today ana tomorrow His venture with a mule,' by S. H. Dud- role Is that of Saunders Julian a ley. and the Alpine Four In tuneful -healthy oung business man. who poses melodies. A chorus of twenty-four as a Russian countess, making use of Is assisted by a double quartette of his ability to Impersonate women and male olce. . a Urge wardrobe of feminine clothing The entertainment will concludo which he had used In amateur theatri wlth a bizarre number entitled "Con- cals The "she" then proceeds to lure gress of Nations," each member of men's watches, Jeselry. and wallets the cast representing a country. into ner own fair hands, for no less Here s one of the reasons why Dave Marion's show Is likely to please Gayety patrons. What's in a name? Here Is Inez do Verdler. young man, but the rest of the story Is saved for patrons to see. A Hearst Fathe News and various oth er short reel subjects will also be shown. Beginning Thursday and for the last half of the week Jack Plckford and Louise Huff will be seen as co stars In "Jack and JUL" a whimsi cal yet strictly trpe to life photoplay dealing wltdh the love story of two New York waifs. noble an object than the Red Cross fund. The picture abounds In comedy situation and is said to afford entertainment of the better sort. Florence Vidor and Tal ly Marshsll are Important members of the supporting cast. , The orocram announced for the rest of the week will consist of the following: Tuesday and Wednesday, Jack Pick- ford and Louise Hun in rne Ghost House ;- Thursday, Harold Lockwood in "Paradise Garden:" Friday and Satur day, Vivian Martin in "The Sunset TraU." t GARDE.V. Dorothy Dalton, last seen In the "Flame of the Yukon," will be -theJ central figure of "Ten o' Diamonds," her latest Triangle play, which will I-be shown at Moore's Garden Theater today, Monday, and Tuesday. Again this is the- dance hall girl. Joyous, reckless, yet with a sense of moral equity- A manof. the upper wprld enters her life, and she is transplanted to a luxurious borne ion Fifth avenue. She misunderstands " his. purpose, be lieving: he is in lore with., her, and when h arranges her raarrlse;e with another she rebelsi To frustrate Ma scheme, she reels before the weddter guests in pretended drunkenness. Thus the new reputation she has en Joyed is blown aside, and aha Is again trie common woman- But to the mas who haa watched her regeneration there appears the finer traits, and be suddenly realises his" fotlyA The play is a dramatic creation with. HIM Dalton at ber best. . On Wednesday, Thursday, and STp (Continued on Page Five.) AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS u LOEWS COLUMBIA. Beginning- today anJ continuing until Thursday Mirgu-rlte Claik will be the pictured star at Loew's Colum bia In 'Bab's Burglar," the second nf the Mary Roberts Rlnehart'a stones "sub-deb" stories. Bab is the young er sister of an attractive girl of twenty four, and even more romantic than the average boarding school girl. Her effort? to marry off her older sister are screamingly funny and her experience with her thousand dollar allowance which she spends in two weeks, is atlll funnier. How she tries to economize by buying a roadster "thereby saving half soling shoes, owing to not walk ing" A trifling accident, a few ex tra tires and other Incidentals soon diminish the bank account and she decides to earn some extra money by using her car to take passengers to and from the railroad station at SO cents each. She meets a certain LYCEUM. The offering this week of burlesque at the Lyceum wil be of a patriotic musical nature, given by the Liberty Loan Belles, an organization of note in the fields of burlesque Queenle Powers will lead the score of pretty girls with the aid of Hazel Grant, who has always been a foot light favorite In this city. The comedians are uell known and will entertain from start to finish In an up-to-the-minute performance All in all the show promises to be a rest winner SritAND. Tom Moore, owner of the Strand Theater, has set a new mark In Wash ington motion picture history by in troducing on the stage, in conjunction with the (limitation of "The Whip," the thrilling horse race scene from the original stage production. Be AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS At 3 and S IS D m today the bill clnnlnc todav and continuing AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS GAYETY nfcs s NINTH Below F ALL THIS WEEK STARTING TODAY Dave Marion (HIMSELF) And His Own Show in The Second Edition of the WORLD of FROLICS and S. H. DUDLEY Late of "The Smart Set" And the Most Buxom and Beautiful Chorus In Burleaquo Big Cast,New Sbow.M ew Material it Galorcfine Singing I Next Week: MERRY ROUNDERS ThMost-TaIkedof-adBest-louht-of-,lea!ein-Wa8hIn5iton Presenting the World's Foremost Photoplays The Slost Select Following in the City of Washington LOEWS COLUMBIA ccsTtnei! n.33 . u. ! ii r. u. SHUTS 1 f. M. TO II P. M. "2"10e&15e AKtrBteg &10c15c25c Ho!Wtys 11-0 grain Changed Sunday and Thufday. TODAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY MARGUERITE CLARK In "BAB'S BURGLAR" A delightful plrttiriiatlon of Mary flnbtrfa Rlnrhart'a famous Sub-Deb Morten. THURSDAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY Jack Pickford and Louise Huff IN "JACK AND JILL". l hrrrmr tal f Hmrtfrn tr-l and AVr.tr plalna. Beginning Tonight at 8:15 and all This Week 'I'M, Matinees Tues., Thur., Sat 25c and 50c THE SEASON'S NEWEST SENSATION! The Greatest of All Hawaiian Plays, Presented By An Unusually Strong Company of Recognized Players A Love Story Set to Muaic Sweet and Sad of the Flowery Island and Re freshing as the Breezes That Whip the Palms on That Romantic Shore. HHaipMHVTfrnSj A Series of Stage Pictures of Startling Loveliness, Gorgeous Costumes, land Surprising Electrical Effects. Positively the Biggest Production of the Season. A Cast of Twenty-five People. UB A D The Native Ukulele Players Sing llni" m Their Sensuous Songs of the Soul! The Sacred Hula Dancer From Haleokeola Temple, Hawaii! NEXT WEEKl Seats on Sale Tuesday KinsT timi: at rorui.An tricks THOMAS MARTELLE fS&SSSFSi,' In THE FAS C INATING WID 0 W jV?YF A Ml,SICA, nTHIS WEEK Wed. Mats. Satii The only theater In Waahlna-ton offering ticluilvtlr American and xoreicn atari or via nrst ran. NATIONAL CHARLES FROHMAN -presents MAUDE ADAMS In the New Comedy By J. M. Barrie, A KISS FOR CINDERELLA Prices, 50c to $2.00. Prices Saturday, 50c to $2.50. SEIT WEEK .g? & I DIRECT FROM 348 TIMES IN NEW YORK I CHEATING CHEATERS BURTON HOLMES HIMSELF MOTION PICTURES ES) IX 1917 JOCRNETS COLORED VIEWS COBRSE TICKETS NOW OH SALE S4.M. S3.H, AH &M FIVE SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 8:30 AUSTRALIA Nov. 4. HEW ZEAiAND ti&uxu. Rot. 11 South Sea Islands i;b, Nov. 18 Japan m 1917, Nit. 25 ALASKA TODAY Dec 22 THIS WEEK MKkta at SCO 30c ta S2AO. rryanllwg Only the -TK- MATIJTEE WED. aa4 SAT.. At SCO Wusirataa't PbrJMa Botrtifal I Fornno.t FrlTi and Native Arttata and AttraetUaaj BELASCO OLIVEIl MOROSCO rrmali Ilia , Greatest Laughing Success Since "Peg o' My Heart" THE BRAT By and WITH MAUDE FULTON And a Typical Morosco Cast Dlrrct from a 5cau'i Ran At the Monaco Theater, TC. T. NEXT WEEK- SEATS NOW JULES ECKERT GOODMAVS Thrllllna; Drama o( Hon Far a Woman Will Go (or (he Man She I.otra. The Man .Who Came Back With 1IKMXV HULL and the Orlclnal Compaar that held 407 X. Y. Aodleaeoo Spellbound. A A